Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Council Told That Present RevenuesNot Gr Crossing; Tragedy

]Highland Plant

1SS2 Sufficient For Rapid GrowthIn i

another extra session, the I onal revenues will have to be Production

Oity Council Wednesday night met I forthcoming if the city is to grow

and build its services.
with Clyde Pierce, of Pierce HarI I
i Several ideas were advanced to- _
rison and Wulbern, financial advisors -
ward that end. Taxes on both Pictures On Page Ten

to the city, and Jesse D.I sewerage and garbage collection

Thomas, of the engineering :were considered, and an advance
on The first cars of finished ore rolled from the new Highland -
sulting firm of Reynolds, Smith !in electric rates. particularly .
and Hills, to thrash out the details -I those in the commercial bracket. ilmenite mine last week, launching a twin operation fur

of'the much-needed extensionand. I Thomas pointed out that the the five year old Trail Ridge plant eat of Starke. and assuring -

improvement of the city's I: ratio of cost to income is much : another source of raw material for this titaniumhunjrrvage "

utilities. I too low; that the cost is 2.17 cents of jet planes and atomic weapons.

-*-- Pierce told the Council that a per kilowatt, and income 3.28 Located on "the top of the

short-term' loan of $$250,000 was,cents per kilowatt whereas the I ridge," just northeast of Lawtey I i of Trail Ridge. The Highland

possible to obtain, to enable thi income should be at least double the new mine adds another 150 :
wet mill is all unit
Th(' smashed car in which Hr. Lemuel CoKon lost his life last Friday :| one combining
.City to get two of the New Bern the cost. He said that the cost employees and a monthly payroll i 560 "rougher" spirals 320 'Vlean-
is pictured abote a> it rested on railroad track some 100 feet
is and that \ of $50.000 to this once agriculture- :! "
generators moved here, installedin as low as possible ers and 160 "finishers."
hours of last Saturday a S6->'ear-old man ,from crossing where it walt struck by freight train. dependent area. Together the two I At Trail
In the misty pre-dawn a new building, and operatingin the only alternative is to raise i Ridge the wet mill spirals are

with the exotic na-ne of Kauko OUU Salo pulled off from Highway 21, the shortest possible time. the rates. I plants employ 325 persons and !separated into three banks. -

a short distance north of Keystone Height, connected two long I Consequently, the Council : I have an annual payroll of close to I The dredges at both nulls are

lengths of hose to the twin exhausts of his 1933 Ford, passed the other I rescinded the ordinance passed last !I L'a I Ii J 1.500,000.With ..the same 20-inch centrifugal pan pI

end of the hose into the car through a rear window, got back Into the week calling for a $200.000't loan. Home Delivery i the new mine now in oper- ,I type, with a sand load equivalentto

monoxide until he died. and then passed a ordinancefor ation, Florida produces 30 cent
front seat of the car and! breathed carbon gas I new per ( 1,500 tons per hour each. They

Overlooking no detail, he stuffed a coat around the hose where it the larger amount. 4'LI of the total U. S. output of ilmen- I are operated by 900 horsepower

the would The loan will be pledged with ite 24 percent of the worlds
pavsed over the top of the rear window, to make sure car OfMailOK'dCity pro- ;i2,300-volt motors.
b air tight.. A passing motorist, Chester Moody, !spied! the car and j utility revenue certificates, and duction. These figures may get I Both dredges float in man-made

pronouncedthe twill be part of an overall utility another upward revision in the not I"lakes" which shift
It. Dr. D. M. Christoffers of Keystone Heights I position 00'1'lhe
reported revenue bond Issue, to exceed too distant future, for National
dead at 6:10 a.m.nen finally located In Bridgeport, Conn., deliversen ice has been mining area as the huge ('w!-
man $750.000, which will be floated as Lead Company recently announcedthe !,ter-head chews its
had been from home about a week she approved f'r Starke, Tost- way from tht
Salo's wife said he gone at time of death was $3.06. soon as details of the complete master G. J. :\f'Griffa... notified A purchase of a large tract of ,surface down to a depth of 30 :"
knew not where. In Salo's pocket expansion plans are worked out. ,42r4fJT ilmenite land few
I jesterday by II. B. Dean, ore-bearing a !40 feeL As the "lake" is enlarged
A list of the contemplated improvements miles north of the Highland plant ;
$ in front
Regional Operations Manager, j by the forward motion <>!(

including extension of Atlanta, Ga. j and the Crane Company has acquired -:.the dredge, it is at the same t.mr

City To Save $3,800 Annually :sewer and water lines, a complete' Home delivery of mail will mining rights to beach depOSits -:s filled in behind by the "taiimg-

I new water plant, consisting of a not be inaugurated, however, of ilmenite in West Florda. :from the wet mill. About 95 per:
250,000 gallon tank and necessary Unlike Trail Ridge, which has :
cent of the
until houses are systematically sand dredged up i.s
Fuel NeedsA chlorinators, etc., the new operated around-the-clock,
For gen- seven
Under New Contracts i numbered, the order said. 4 rejected, while the ilmenite on-
erating equipment, and a completely I days per week since its openinghere 'centrate is
Street signs or markers areat. | pumped on to the div
i :
I, revised electrical distribu- SL < j *- in 1950, the Highland plant ''mill. With this constant
/) prerequisite to the establishment dicing
saving of about $3,800 an- I gines. The motion was passed.In tion system, is being studied by of this sen ict' r Z vill run on a three-shift, five days in front and filling in behind the

effected by the Starke: other actions, the Council: :Reynolds, Smith and Hills. and a per week schedule for the present. ''dredge lake
nually was I Many houses in !Starke; are slowly moves its POSI-
City Council Tuesday night in a : Agreed to grade a street for I report will be made shortly by not properly numbered and this While the designed capacity of tion, although remaining iairly

regular meeting when a bid of Nat Williams, in the Williams sub- I that firm, according to Thomas. I must be taken care of before f" both plants is the same ((96,000 I Constant in size.
division located north of the Reno In the.course of a general discussion tons of ilmenite
diesel ,
for annually for each), After
gallon i the
10.32 cents home thepostmaster .. sand-ore is
per I delivery can begin j pumped
Anotheriew of the CoKon car as it appeared a few minutes after
of the financial
in Starke that he problemsof Trail will
by area only Ridge actually the
fuel oil for a one year period said.12Unit pro- by dredge it goes to the float-
the Gulf Oil Corp. was accepted.The remove all stumps first. Williams the city, it was brought out by ,. the fatal collision. Freight train that struck it is just pulling off duce that much ore. On its shorter 'ing wet mill where it swirls

bid price is about threequarters persisted in the belief that the I both Pierce and Thomas that addi- I i j along track at left. '' work-week, the Highland plant j through hundreds of corkscrew-

of a cent per gallon cheaper city should bulldoze the stumps,. -Polaroid l-Minut6 Photo by th. Telegraph- ,I is expected to produce around 72- like spirals. This action separatesthe

than the city has been paying, and but after a long series of verbal Flower Show ; I Court '000 tons per year. [ heavy mineral from the useless -

it uses about 500,000 gallons of'exchanges, the Council held .to its I Rites For Dr. Lemuel Colson !i Although essentially the same in quartz sand, and the concentrate -
I Monday
the. fuel at the light plant annually. position ; mining techniques and design, the ; is then pumped through

Lowest bid for the city's I Heard an appeal by Jack Tra-'I Under Way\ Soon Highland plant does have someI !pipes to the dry mill a distance of
wick, county sanitarian, that he Opens SaturdayCounty ; i
gasoline business was made by dragline be used twice a week at! I Dr. Lemuel Colson, 81-year-old i a daughter. Mrs. Marporie Wilt of ,I improvements over its older sister -'!some half a mile. The wet mill

Sinclair Oil Corp. 21.54 cents the to the I .I Starke dentist died shortly after{Long Valley, N. J.; two sons, j due to the five years of experience and dredge are at present on the

per gallon, based on a year's con- covered city, dump and thus keep minimize garbage the Judge Theron A. Yawn ,: Albert Sappenfield, fornftrly of I'noon last Friday of injuries re-I Lemuel Colson Jr., who is in the gleaned in the operation (Continued on page ten I

tract. Low bidder for the city: !Jacksonville, has announced plans ceived when northbound U. S. Air Force stationed Panama
flies.Postponed will officiate at the opening ceremonies a freight i i at -
requirements of automotive lubri- breeding of I for a new 12-unit motor court to I train struck his automobile at the and William S.
action of the Second Annual II City, Colson, Heads Bashed
on the requestof I In FracasWhen
j- ting oil was the Jerome Johns ; I I be constructed on U. S. 301 just i St. Tucson n.1 Night Spot t I
of Fire Chief D. W. Carpenterthat I Flower Show to be held Staurday, Jefferson crossing in Starke.I Ariz.; .two brothers, G. I ICclson

Oil Company, based on a price new.fire truck .purchasedto I April 23, at 2 p.m. at.Ut: Ajpeji south of thi J501 Reitauranf" Mr;,*T>r; Colson apparently failed to Brockerand P. S. Colscu)1\
a ) .
iaone-qt. .
,88.75 'tni'SSr cents per"cents"per gallon ."gallon' In, replace lh '2/S-'ear'old- : .engine- I ican Legion Hall on West Call "Sappenf feld recently purchased_the I \otice the warning signal of the El Paso, Texas; two sisters, Mrs.f Deputy Vasco Forsythe.; j with the legal duty of an officer"and

cans : now in service. He said he had Street. property from Chester Bagley. Hewill approaching train and drove up on Al Williams, New Port Richey, told two men who were struggling i set bond
containers.' i at $500, for
five-qt. received an offer of $1,000 from I. Mrs. M. F. Hazen. president of supervise the construction I the track in front of it. and Mrs. Margaret Kelly, Lawtey. outside the Friendly Stop toj appear-
Th matter of awarding a con- himself I ance at a hearing later.
the Starke Garden Club and began laying out the- Born at New River in the wes- Funeral "break it last
the another community, and that it which is services were held Mon up" Saturday night, i
oil for
tract for lubricating in the light plant was an excellent price but the I sponsoring the event, cordially foundation Wednesday.The tern part of Bradford County on day morning at 10 o'clock in the one of them walloped Forsythe and I Judge Yawn told Ruby Thompson -
diesel engines I
discussion. After Council told Carpenter to draw up invites the public. There will be new court will be called March 20. 1874, Dr. Colson was DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. a savage brawl ensued, in which owner of the Friendly Stop

provoked a and long were specifications and advertise for,no admission charge. Plaza Lodge, and will contain liv- the son of the late John and Sarah I R. E. MacBlain officiating. Burial fists, blackjack, and pistol butt at a hearing on Monday, that unless -

the read,bids and re-read specifications, a serious ques- bids for a new truck, so that the The Showill be held on Sat- ing quarters for the "owner. Cone Colscn. He was a graduate'was at 3 p.m. Monday in the Evergreen were used with bloody effect. .she takes steps to keep un-

in view facts would be on hand when urday from 2 p.m. to 8,p.m., and At present ,Mr. and !rs. Sap- of the Atlanta Dental College and Cemetery, Mount Dora. While accounts of the mejee
whether ruly characters
tion arose as to out of her place,
of the importance of keeping the I funds for the purpose were, avail- There will be a musical programon penfield are living in their traileron had practiced in Starke since 1941,I Active pall bearers were differ Forsythe did subdue three he will
suggest that
smoothly dur-I Sunday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. the site of the new court. Mr. coming here from Trenton.He nephews of the deceased men, load them in a car and haul steps be takento
light plant running able.Heard : Spencer
the semi-emergency which exIsts of complaints made thata during both afternoons. Sappenfield was formerly in the was a member of the Knights I them off to the county jail. A have it closed.
ing Colson. Clyde Colson,
would be wise to switchover large grocery semi-trailer was Blue ribbons will be awarded for motor court business in Jackson- of Phthias and a Presbyterian. Tommy fourth man was apprehended later. Later in the week, Sheriff P. D.
to another lubricating oil, repeatedly blocking traffic on Call 1st prizes, red for 2nd, yellow for .ville. Besides his wife. Mrs. Ada I Colson C.S'. Colson, Ressie I. Forsythe, a plumber by trade, Reddish's office issued subpoenasfor

granting that other good oils are!St. by illegal parking, and took 3rd and white for honorable men- Powers Colson, he is survived by Colson and H. C. Kelly. and an ex-boxer, serves as a spe- the principals and witnesses of

'appropriate action. tion. A sweepstake ribbon will cial deputy on weekend nights at
available. Gasoline War the affair to
I Moved that an order be placeII be given for the best exhibit in Volume Funeral ServicesFor the Friendly Stop, located on I at appear next Monday
Riley Wasdin, manager of the Berry I a preliminary hearing beforeState's
for a two-way radio for the city arrangements and horticulture. Highway 100 south of Starke !
plant, urged that nothing be done Has Dealers Here Attorney T. Duncan..
police car. The purchase has been I I Mrs. Pettit owned and operated by Ruby
that could in any way cause a I 'I,I
delayed while attempts were being I Thompson.
disruption of sen-ice. made to obtain matching funds"Cancer Drive !'Really/ I Dwindles FastA tie relates that shortly before Zoning Ordinance
The oil distributors dealers Hurting'i
many HeidMonday
from a national agency, but the! t [i midnight Saturday, right after|i
and company representatives Council ordered immediate action On Way To Goal ; i !il closing time, he noticed a man Is Adopted
joined in the discussion Another flare-up of the "gaso-j volume of bet ries
present be taken. j dwindling Mrs. Annie Markley Pettit, 79,i'later identified as Leaman Waters,]I
2emed to be general line price war" both north and 'I
and there a
continued to bring a price
Passed resolution denouncing "Now that the wonderful news I good I mother of State Senator CharleyE. I Lake Butler, attempting to choke '
of the I south of here had Bradford Coun- Starke Farmers By City Council
atmosphere goodwill on I this week on the .
the proposed inland route toll road of the Salk vaccine has shown Johns. died suddenly in a. another man. ;
dealers' business almost I
the basis that what ty gasoline sjld 803
problem on and ordered copies sent to Brad what can 'be done with donated I Market, as growers Gainesville hospital last Saturday "I warned you to keep awayI i I

was good for Starke, was good for ford County's legislators. funds," Miss Dorothy Alvarez at a standstill this week. I crates, with prices ranging from afternoon, after a brief illness. i I from my wife," Waters is reported \ The new Zoning Ordinance along
them. With gasoline in Duval County, to $12.20, for a total of with
$7.50 .
Authorized the withdrawal ofi to have the Zoning
I said this week, "Let's all get backof Mrs. Pettit was born Jan. 28, said. Map was passed
John A. Torode made the sug- permission for an agency to have the Cancer Drive and put Brad- Middleburg, Green Cove Springs, 8023.40, or about a $10 average 1876 in Starke. the daughter of The man being choked appar- unanimously by the Starke City

gestion that inasmuch as the oil weighing scales around the city.I ford County over the top!"" and the Ocala area selling at a according to M. R. Judd, market the late Levi and Armintie Prescott -I ently was amazed, for he splut- Council Tuesday night, well within -

now being used was giving satis- so that the Lion's Club can gain Miss Alvarez, co-chairman of dime or more cheaper per gallon, manager. This weeks' sales bringsthe Markley. Her first husband tered: the protection period of 90 days

factory service, that no change be some revenue for charitable purposes the drive, along with Miss Dorothy I total for the season to $44- was the late Everett M. Jchns, an I I "But you ain't got no wife!" established by the temporary ordinance -
local dealers in
were a hopeless
made at the resent time. T. C. by the same m !hod.I Ross, stated that already a size- 529.27. II early' Bradford County Sheriff i Then Forsythe ordered them to. passed on February 18.

Hazen Jr provided a chuckle for.I Discussed the timing of traffic able sum has been collected to- squeeze, particularly as most of I Volume is off, reportedly as a and the father of Senator Johns.I.i desist, and without warning or' Thus, for the first time Starke

everyone when he seconded the I[;lights, the possibility of removinethe ward the $700 goal and that the .the traffic is flowing north, and.I result of the recent cold spell witha ood After his death she was marriedto explanation Waters struck him. has a zoning law which regulatesand

suggestion. providing that when i oalm tree in front of the usa community chairmen will be out getting the cheap gas enroute. brisk demand resulting in ,? Algernon M. Pettit. (. and several others joined in the controls the growth of the

the recently purchased engines I building, and the price and
: battle.
replacement of city prescribes definite areasas
all the in I After
collecting over county One dealer reported that last leaving Starke Mrs. Pettit
differ opinionas
are installed that the same oil be I stop signs removed during street the coming weeks.Humphreys Berry growers in resided in Alachua for i Forsythe's explanation of the residential commercial, or light
a numberof I
worst in that
used as was used by the former construction. Sunday was his day over to the outlook. Some say affair industrial.
I I Gold Corp. em- years, where she memberof i! is that Waters had applied
owners. His grin indicated that Heard a request presented by two years, and others had about the berry season is about over, ai was a | for the Chairman James Lewis of the
:ployees have over-subscribed their the First Baptist Church. She job as deputy, and was
it might be only a coincidence I I Councilman W. T. Jackson. froma I I quota of J100 by contributing the same experience. their bushes have practically maintain no was also a member of the Wood-:told that he could have it if he Council expressed the appreciationof
while others!
that he happened tsell that brand filling station owner that he bellowed fruit or bloom,
$222. There are several explanationsof man Circle in Gainesville where could whip Forsythe and that the all citizens to the Zoning Committee -

of oil. I .. to take some fill dirt from: Miss Alvarez said that every the price war. One attributesit that they will continue to she had lived for the past 17 whole thing was a put-up job as which terminated its workon

Councilman L. O. Hazen finally ritv land to use on his property. I family in the county is to be to a battle between the "majurs" pick berries right on. Judd years. a pretext for a battle. passage of the ordinance, for
moved that the oil companies making After a discussion City AttorneyArch Quality has been only fair,
and the
"independents", on Monday morning Forsythe signed splendid job done.
contribution but
contacted for
a Besides I
of the representative Senator Johns, she is
the bids furnish the exact Thomas Jr. advised that said, with some
the basis that the majors allow the affidavits against four men Foster Shi Smith, as chairmanof
if is missed
that anyone can : 8000 survived by two other sons, Marion
specifications of their oil. and thata there was no legal basis for the independents to undersell them by grades : Leaman Waters, Lake Butler, the Committee, and members
donate directly to George Kope- 00 05.0 0, and 0300. and A. M. Pettit Jr., both of
final check be made then as to Council to give away city property lousos in Starke. a few cents a gallon, but that 4 4 Alachua j i Robert Seal, and his son-in-law, Mrs. Marguerite Hall, and T. C.
said and two
the suitability' of each for the en- o anyone. 'when the margin widens, then the In other market news, Judd Thelma daughters, Mrs.I Clinton Seal, both of Jacksonville, Hazen Jr., entered into a discussion -
addition to the Johns Williams Alachua,
!majors cut their price to meet it, that the new [and W. E. Flakes, Starke, and with the Council on the zon
Cub Scout Notice market has been completed, and and Mrs. Mintie Pettit Oliven-
;with each side meeting the others' County Judge Theron A. Yawn I ling ordinance and related matters.
formed firm of baum Orlando, and one half
I Snud Growers May Strike It Rich'With ''latest move. that the newly I issued warrants charging the men The Council's next move will be
The monthly Cub Pack 70 meet-i Hilliard Norman. & Carter has brother, J. W. Andrews of Starke.
with participating in an affray,Ito appoint a five-man Board of
: ing will be held in the Methodist I Many Bradford County motoristsare just purchased and will shortly install Funeral services were held Mon-
and ordered bond of $500 each. Adjustment which will rule on all
i recreation hall Monday night, taking advantage of the situa- belt, and that W. T. day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the i
buyers out in the county I tion of a half million dollar potato a pepper ': Later the judge, on the basis zoning questions in the future.
offering $500 an acre for Irish I|crop in the Brooker area. ; April 25, at 7:30 o'clock. Tw>> tion by filling up their tanks with Davis Ft. Myers, has also leased First Baptist Church. Starke with
hearings held issued warrants subject to approval by the CounciL
skits, movie and refreshments the bargain price gasolineat for a belt. Rev. A. D. Martin and Rev. L. D.1of[ -
potatoes, there is a good likeli-i Other crops and prices look I a space this year pepper I charging the felony of "interfering!
hood that Brooker growers may good, also, Nettles reported. One'are planned. every chance, and the local service Judd said that there is a good Haines officiating. Burial was in

really "strike it rich" this season, bean buyer is expected this weekat Awards for Scouting achieve- stations do not blame them.A acreage of pepper planted in this Crosby Lake Cemetery under the

according to Ralph Nettles, Brooker the market, and two more early !; ments will be made, and a representative report this week said that I area this year and that t'e crop direction of DeWitt C. Jones

market manager. next week for Black Valentineand | of the North Florida the price war was to be lifted in f looks good. I Funeral Home. I Guard Alert Termed Success I

I Council will make the Charter Duval County in the immediate Active pallbearers were Jerome
Nettles said the 500-acre crop is Contender beans, and as the \ He said that Lester Pievatt .
I beans are of extra i presentation for 1955. future. of Fordhooks.I Johns Carl Williams, Emery Williams I
good quality, vhhas 11 acres
Starke's in the
expected to start moving I Dr. Raburn Williams ; part nationwide unaccounted for.
\ he looks for good prices. I reports Its crops I

May 1, and as the crop looks bushels good, Still another buyer for squash Five Youths Find Double Trouble; I II j:Pea5.1d;are doing pepper well. I\Charles Sickel. Williams, and Carl Van[i!!National Guard surprise alert men After were reaching issued the equipment armory, and the

an average of about and round green beans is Wednesday night was asa
in the first:
expectedin Ossie Cason brought formed
I a convoy as they would do
per acre is expected. With the next week, Nettles reports. I ,squash of the season, which i and Delegates from both the Senate success by Lt. Randal Chitty, if actually moving out in time of
In Two County Courts On Same DayFive the House of Representatives
piesent price around $4, Construction work on the mar- brought $3 a hamper. Jof the State where ,commander of the local unit. .emergency. After an inspection
with the Hastings area's production -\ket, and the new well, Nettles said, Eddie Waldron picked about 400 Senator Johns i The alert was sounded at 6:52 of equipment and a critique. they
decreased. there is an indica- are lust about comcleted. youths set an unenviable. Raiford School. is currently sen-ing I'
1 :hampers of green beans and is attended the funeral service here.p.m. and at the end of the first II were dismissed about 9:30. I
record for themselves Wednesday! Griffis, Dobbs, and Thornton
I '!reported to have got $240! per Monday afternoon. !hour seven officers and 53 enlisted The alert signal here was five
when they were hailed into two] pleaded not guilty and were sen-
i [men had reported to the armory short blasts the
Car-Bus Collision Bank package. on power plant I
Holiday I different county courts, and all of tenced to 10 weekends in the
I here. At the end of the second whistle. When that ran out of
Fatal To Man them received jail sentences, most county jail. Kitler and Addison Chicken SupperAt I I
hour officers and 69 en- steam, however the
seven ,
The Florida Bank at Starke will of them sentences from each I pleaded guilty and received suspended Pinehaven Sales signals con !

Near MaxvilleOne not be open for business next court. sentences on probation.Later Masonic Hall listed men had reported. Full tinued at intervals using the fire

Tuesday April 26 Confederate' Earlier on Wednesday, J. D. Wednesday afternoon, the ', Four homes wee recently pur- strength of the company is ten siren. j

man was killed and another Memorial Day, a legal holiday inj j Griffis. 18, Michael Dobbs, 19, ame five appeared before Brad- chased in the new Pinehavcn Sub-I A chicken pilau supper will be officers and 79 enlisted men, but "We have already learned one i
in JimmieL. served in the Masonic Hall on Fri- several of the officers live in towns thing that we must have an j
seriously injured an automobile Florida. Freddie Kitler, 17, Melvin Addison, ford County Judge Theron A. Yawnon division by the following:
eccident on Highway 301 about 17, all of Raiford. and Jimmy a charge of fighting and disturbing and Alice E. Cole, Paul end Mel- day, April 29, starting at 5:30 pjn. some distance from Starke and reported alternate. signal" one officer commented j

two miles south of the Maxville I Thornton, Bradford County appeared the peace the night beforeat be Marie Underhill. Otto F. and Sponsored by the OES, proceeds to the unit that was nearest when the power plant !

overpass early Tuesday morning. Iud on arrival at a Jacksonville before Union County JudgeS. the Blue Chip located west of Eloise H. Siemer Jr.. and Alvin \from this event will be used for them. Of the nine enlisted men whistle went out of action. !

hospital. Another passenger in Elizabeth Kirkland. buying chairs for the Masonic who failed to report, eight were The alert was also given by a
William Osborn, 41, Tampa, driver B. Brooks, at Lake Butler, on I tarke on Highway 16, and were I JW. and Ann
Carl Flennor, St. Petersburg I Purchase: indicated:: by tax Hall. Adults $1.25 children 75 accounted for as being out of spot announcement on television i
of the car which collided almost the car, the charge of destroying public each given a jail sentence of 30 I price
I 'cents. town. and only one was listed as.and radio. !
headon with a Greyhound bus, was, Is in a serious condition. property the preceding day at the days. stamps was 'f SCOO each. i -


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'Untamed' With grants in the middle of the past PAGE TWO FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1955
e' century. He and Tyrone Power are
editorialParents Farmer's DiaryBy Power And Hayward collaborators: in exploration and

Coming To FloridaThe competitors for the. affections of Church of God

Sam McGarrey Susan.In .
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning "TICKOFF"
"Great Trek" of Boer this spectacular film the
Urged To CooperateOn set- Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening -
tlers into African veld and their Cinemascope cameras have cap- Y.P.E. A SENSATIONAL NEW
Service 7:45 ,
water will help the plants to get battles against fierce Zulu tribes tured an Africa that has never p.m.
Juvenile Driver Menace Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., andPra.er DISCOVERY!
and more teen the before.
going produce some to establish homesteads is the seen on screen
fruit. Incidentally, we found out theme of "Untamed," coming: to The action sweeps across the Meeting, Friday 7:45: pm. Give your dog a capsule!
A tragic accident recently claiming the why "Jupe" the irrigation enginewas the Florida Theatre this Sunday mighty veld plunges into steam- Lawtey Rid him of Fleas & Tkka!
of a local school girl throws a glaring spotlighton using so much gasoline. Trou- through Tuesday. ing jungles, and flees before Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
irresponsible juvenile drivers who disobey the ble was that it was burning too stampedes of wild animals and Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving AT ALL DRUG STORES \
Starring Tyrone Power, Susan
traffic laws, either through ignorance or calcu- rich a mixture. Hayward and Richard Egan the still wilder humans. Saturday. 7:30 p.m i
lated carelessness.The story tells of the love of a head- r
law states that the operator of any motor Talked to Hubbard Harley strong Irish girl for a leader of {

vehicle must have a driver's license, yet the about berries, and he said that a the Boers.A .

driver of the car in which this girl was killed wasa Speaking of aggravations, Sam lot of folks around here say the screen newcomer Egan portrays Why Troj+\rUc Oil
had a whole hatful of them this
juvenile and had no such license. reason why we're not getting any a leader of a b"er commando ,
week when he lost a nut and a
The owner of the car is charged with "per- production from berries is that unit which open the
block plate on the bush and
mitting an unauthorized person to drive" and is bog the land is getting too dry. He African veld to European immi-
disc. He hunted in the field of
held under $500 bond. If found guiltyof even mentioned a pond on our _
now being i.ewly-disced land for the
parts Double
the charge according to Sec. 322.29, Florida and it was like looking for a place water that at one time always had Engine Life I
in it, but
to fine of not now it is dry almost -
Statutes of 1953, he is subject a needle in a haystack. He told all the time.

more than $500, a jail sentence up to six months, Alice about the trouble, and she "

or both. went right over in the field and Got 7
some good advice from our O
Local authorities are rightfully disturbed over picked up the one part, just like neighbor Tim Blackburn this week -

such gross violations of the traffic laws and are that However, getting a 1-inch about turnips. While Tim was -
to this wilful disobedience nut was a lot more trouble. Just here Rev.
determined to put a stop Harvey of the Highland
on the part of minors and irresponsible shows how much aggravation there, Baptist Church stopped in, sam-
is if you don't keep
'adults.As. checking pled our turnips and said they

their first step, a spot check of all youthful on the. tractor s and* equipment.. were mighty good eating. Sam po 1r 01,0 4ES ;tSjlI'E !

drivers will be made by State Trooper Carlos Got some land ready for plant- never thought that one day he v.\\t \\t ;
who have "conditional" licenses would pull a turnip from the dirt, ;
Musgrove. Those ing some field corn, and ?" \
it clean
wipe and enjoy eating it. p0 1N 1110
not accompanied by a regularly
and are some eating crops such as okra t

driver, as required by law, will have their con- peas, squash, cantaloupe, and Sam said he was going to
ditional license revoked at that time. Conditional Fordhooks. We're trying only hoe on the tomatoes, but Tim I ', f: i--... \
drivers who violate any other traffic laws will about one acre of Dixie 18 field and the Preacher suggested a ,

receive the same treatment. com this year, on the basis that wheel hoe with a plow on it, so

County Judge T. A. Yawn urges full coopera- we might better plant a little and Sam did it that way and it worked be best
tion from parents in helping to control a situa- take care of it than plant a whole fine. 3Iy Dog may my
field and let the friend but the TV repair experts -
tion that is going from bad to worse. He warns graSs and weeds
eat it at C11.tS. C. SHEPHERD;
that in instances where parents are negligent up. Our nursery berry plants look
8 best friends when it
contributing to their child's violation of traffic pretty good, but the patch needs are my
When it came time to plant the comes to keeping my TV set
some weeding, and the
laws and regulations, he will have no other recourse plants
corn, Sam into the .
got same old could stand fertilizer. in tip-top shape.l
some more
the with mis-
than to charge parent a trouble
with tarring the seed. He
We want to get the plants clean
to the stiff penalties already
demeanor, subject
never manages to get the seed and then work some bonemeal in-
mentioned. tarred the day before he plans to to the soil.
Trooper Musgrqve also urgently requests more plant so he has to try and tar it .

complete cooperation on the part of parents. and use it within a few hours, Make believe old Joy isn't gladto

"They can control the situation if they will," is and it always gets gummed up in be rid of that pest Petal the IT'S PERFORMANCE THAT (WOTS !
the way he sums it up, and doubtless he is right. the planter. He tries drying the
Braham cow that used to
We agree with our officials that the key to this seed with a little dry sand, but nurse

critical problem rests with parents, and the an- that doesn't help much. Only her. What a sight it was ta see Some motor oils give good protection atlowtemperatures. Wfd)

swer can be found only in stricter parental con- pnswer, it looks like, is to tar Joy standing out in the pasture Other oils are effective at high temperatures. Hut new PljhQJj7 11)1'IlqjpjlUAil
the seed ahead of time. TROP ARTIC AllAVeather oil i ; A/fit/
trol. with her calf Faith nursing on motor gives protection at r ju ulm ,
Years it might be that some parentswere one side, Petal at the back door, all temperatures, from below zero to extremely high heat. x
ago One day this week it looked as and then her calf Clown nursing So it's easy to see why TROP,ARTIC is so much better ;I'llffjv r INrr't
strict with their children, and the
too pres-
if we had a lot of berries in our her. = than ordinary motor oils at preventing engine near so j71 t
ent laxness might be the result of the pendulum with much better that it can even double engine life. TROP- 11'/f7/l' s [lij
patch, some of them getting
swinging too far the other way. But there mustbe over-ripe but then we sold quitea Alice is putting some berriesin ARTIC lets you start easier saves )ou gasoline and n,

some happy medium between not allowing few, and the first thing we knew, the freezer now. She just RCA Victor 17-Inth can save 1555 to 45% on oil consumption. _
children any freedom at all, and the other extreme we had cars stopping and no more washes, hulls, and then puts them Trent. Lowest priced RCA Phillips 66 TROP-ARTIC Is the first all-weather oil to =. fir" F
permitting them to do pretty much as berries! Trouble is that it looks into the package and right into Victor TV. Cabinet 30% meet the highest standard ever established for automobile .,
to the rights well- smaller than prior models. motor oils the Mil-0.2104 Supplement 1 Test.
they please without regard or now as if it will be a little while the freezer, and sugars them
being of others.It before we'll be picking any quantity when we use. them. Ebony finish. Matching! Get new TROP-ARTIC Motor Oil from your Phillips 66
remembered that when Roll Around" stand on Dealer. Remember, it's performance that counts! /
should always be a again. We have a fair amount wheels available, extra. ; IC ,
youngster of 14 gets behind the wheel of a of bloom, but not very many Spraying Leo with BHC did not Model 17S450. -

high-powered automobile and kills someone green berries. get rid of his fleas. It looks likewe'll //1 fe' vice Station bo 11 I i J
have to try and him, and ,
that person is just as dead as if an adult had 515995MS1SH1K .;. .
been driving. Consequently, when the acts of Soon as we finished picking over what a job that will be. Almostas ffj'PERFORMANCE THAT COUNTSSEE /
the turned the irriga- bad as giving an elephant a
patch we
juveniles affect the lives of pedestrians or other YOUR PHILLIPS 66 DEALERI! -
tion system, and we hope that the bath.
then society must -
drivers or passengers protest
itself by holding the parents of the minors I'
responsibilible for their acts.A groups were in favor of this bill. STARKE

good example of parental cooperation was The Senate Labor SubCommittee AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY

experienced this week when a parent who discovered Reportfrom is considering President .. I
'that ''his son had obtained a conditional Eisenhower's recommendation for -
license by falsifying his age, took the license the minimum wage to te boostedto --

away from him and turned it over to authorities.If 90 cents an hour. Labor; Secretary 1

all ,parents would render this same degreeof Mitchell has tOld the Committee -
cooperation, great progress could be made in that the 15 cents increase Here are the Three Greatest

correcting a situation that seem to be getting ( Congressby would go five cents an hour bet'ond -
badly out of hand. the increase in the cost of
"'ing since the last adjustment

BILLY MATTHEW <.' the rate five years ago, but that

Total Victory Over Polio I returned to Washington aftera this affected was an could increase absorb.the industries Mitchell New-Car Values in America !

Still Many Years Away very brief, but enjoyable visitin stated that about 1,300,000 workers -
the District. The House has would be, directly affected by
concluded debate on the appropriations : such an increase and of these, he r
it is pretty
Although 1955 is still young, a
State and Justice added that about million
the one
for are
safe bet to name" Dr. Jonas E. Salk as the "manof Departments, the Federal Jud--! in manufacturing. Mitchell has ...... ,,,. c

the year. ciary, United States Information recommended that the minimum
April 12th will be one of the great days in Administration and Refugee Re wage be extended to employees of

medical history, for it was then that the momentous lief. The total amount was chain-stores hotel and moving
report was given to an anxiously waiting $130,398,227, which ia $33 million picture chains, and some other T
U. S. on the effectiveness of the new vaccine for less than the Administration re- workers about two million in

infantile paralysis. quested. I voted for an amend- all.. I shall particularly welcomethe

With the reading: of the historic report by ment which was defeated, but views of our people on the

Dr. Thomas Francis Jr. of the University of which would have permitted more raising of the minimum wage .".'to,.""

Michigan, who evaluated the most massive field of our students to participate in which is now 75 cents and hour. "..'

trial in the history of medicine, the world learned the International Student Exchange The House Commerce Committee 4 ;,
program. I feel this exchange has resumed hearings on legis- ,. .'".
that dreaded poliomyelitis can be, and will be ". ."
of students has meant lation to exempt independent pro- .,....,.
licked.At. much to our country in promoting ducers and gatherers from the
President Eisenhower direction, ma- better relations and imderst..rding Natural Gas Act. We have been
chinery was swiftly set in motion to share the with our allies.A trying to get natural gas for j

Salk discovery with the world, to formulate plans Sub-Committee of our Com- Florida and many of our people

for proportional distribution throughout the U. mittee on Agriculture has approved have written to me in favor of
S.; and to prevent the black marketing of the unanimously a bill which would this legislation, because they feel
that rid of that if independent sized. The roomy body is mounted on a outstanding in every way. Outstanding in performance -
vaccine. While it is not expected we can permit our REA's to bet an producers are
produce enough of this precious fluid to ship any obsolete rule for allocation of REA not exempt from the Natural Gas 124' wheelbase. It's luxury-powered. The with exclusive Strato-Streak power.

quantity abroad before 1957, full data on the loans, which required our REA'sto Act they will prefer to keep their Strato-Streak V-8 puts 200 horsepower up Outstanding riding ease with a long wheelbase

vaccine will be sent to our diplomatic headquarters set aside half of their funds for business on an intra-state level front. It's luxury-styled. Fabrics and interior unmatched at the price. Especially outstanding

in seventy-five foreign nations, includingour use in each of the states in pro- and this well make it more difficult appointments match those of the highest- in the wonderful way it handles and responds
portion to the farm not equipped if not impossible for us to get It's distinetiw with For luxurious driving at
embassies in Poland and Russia. priced cars. beautifully -vf&y passing power.
__ .. .. .. .n with electricity. All of our farm natural gas for Florida.
Hut amid all the rejoicing, there are still out front for future-fashioned smartness. modest cost you simply can't do better.

ome sobering thoughts, for the fight against And it's a Pontiac-which means topmost

polio is by no means over. Since Dr. Salk's great The Of I reliability, thrift and resale value. : ._
gift to humanity is not yet 100 per cent effective Announcing Opening

and since it will be a long time before all

of our young people and expectant mothers can STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE

be inoculated, hundreds more will yet be stricken -

by this dread disease. RECORDING OR ANY KIND OF RADIATOR
There are at least eight major fields in which REPAIRS

vital research will continue in some instances
with redoubled effort. Some of the questionsto : -

which answers must be sought concern the 6 #"

length of immunity conveyed by the vaccine; the Temple A>'e. Green Bldg. Starke _
best schedule of innoculations; the need for TONY HAMS, Manager THE SPECTACULAR 860
booster shots, and many other aspects of this Here's a king-sized car with a 122' ""'"""'"' "

specific polio prevention. Time alone can an- wheelbase, and 200 horsepower, for less

swer some of these. Only after close observationand than many models of the lowestpricedlines

experimentation over many years, for instance and much less than stripped All with the history-making
can it be determined how long immunity models of
economy higher-priced makes.
) 200HP. Strato-Sireak V-8 Engine!
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there will be plenty of need for March of HUNDREDSt choose from 4 luxurious interiors and Every Pontiac has the Strato-Streak V-8, one of the most

Dimes funds in spite of the fact that a major some 36 modern color combinations. efficient power plants ever developed. Here's more takeoff

victory has been scored. There are still some of details are managed and economic- punch, more passing drive and more years of smooth perform'*

35,000 seriously handicapped polio patients who ally attended that only a trained and ance than you have ever enjoyed in any car within hundreds

remain in urgent need of care and there will be careful organization can attend when w of dollars of Pontiac's low price range. And that applieswhether

many more before polio is finally licked for good. the urgent need for serving is at .. you decide on 180 horsepower or specify the optional
We must not
forget these thousands for whom .
hand. IIwIc power-package for 200 horsepower. Either way you get
any measure, no matter how success-
ful, comes tragically late. topmost power per dollar.

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FRIDAY. APRIL %2. 1955

I I given in her home on Brooklyn Daytona Beach last weekend. highway, unharmed by passing I,
LakI Mrs. Else Doying was visiting vehicles. Next morning he once I II
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I Mr. and :Mrs. B. W. Cahoon cfi Mrs. Margaret Tracy last: week. more started to unload: refrigerator -I,
i Mrs. Doying's husband now deceased -
i Gainesville, have come for the and much to his! dismay
(NEWS OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITY) 'summer to their home at BrooklynLake. was a former owner of:
he found that he had the don't make out another marketing list till and
By Mary K. Schaeffer Phone 4127 "I Keystone Inn. (I you compare
I wrong top! So, in casa anyone I
The E. C. Weichels I
are enjoying
Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. was
al I else found a refrigerator top, :
At a recent Rotary meeting a Meanwhile, questionnaires be,speaker at the deanery meeting their new home. on Keystone Lke.1 ?
would they care to exchange -
sent home with school children i the National Council of Catholic; 1 I Miss Mary Carew spent Easter
officer helpedthe I '
conservation I
state holidays her mother, Mrs I I,and then maybe everyone would be lowIWsp"icel
Women, which heW in Jacksonville [ with .
membership to plan for a having pre-school brothers and was: -!I II William Carew. I j happy! Call Keystone 4127 /# lee Jow
on April 12th. Mrs. Morgan -
Junior Conservation Club in Key- sisters, or pre-school neighbors. If I I
stone Heights. All children of however, you have a fiveyearoldand spoke on the importance j I i You are reminded to purchase!!I I '
eight years or older are eligible no questionaire reaches you,I family prayer and parental good!I I i your ticket for the Woman's Club: !*
to join, and the first meeting willie call Mrs. George Schaeffer at 4127 example. As outgoing president of t!card-party which will be next i[ FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S i' ,
held on Wednesday, April 20, and give your information.Mr. I the organization, she installed the Friday night, Apr. 29, at 7:30. ( ffi
The.children : knew officers. Other members of Also don't make any other
In the city park. may and Mrs. H. E. Strauss of ;,
earn credits whereby they can at- Miami spent last weekend with I St. William's Altar Society who plans for Saturday evening April i i JUST ONE
tend a summer camp at the Ocala Mr. and Mrs. E. .V. Whittle at accompanied(' Mrs. Morgan to Jacksonville -,30, the date of the Episcopal: :y
National Forest. their home on Peach St. }.Ir, and were Mrs. Wm. J. Sip- Ladies' Strawberry Festival. Tick- FRIGIDAIREMade
We are sorry to hear of the unfortunate Mrs. Strauss are Mrs. Whittle'sparents. !|tele. Mrs. Marguerite Rypn, M'S. ets may be bought from membersof I only) by General
auto accident which befell Jim Gaboardi, Mrs. Ew er St. Ann's auxiliary. Motors Corp. All other COME SEE... COME SAVE AT AiP!

Lt. Col. David Nelson and Mrs. Nice to see that Leslie Ridaught, and Mrs. George, Schaef A certain party we know tookpickup i Electric Refrigerators are
Nelson, when they were on their A-3c whose Easter leave was Last Sunday was a haPr'J y a to Jacksonville on Saturday made by other companies ANN PAGE PURE
way home from the north. We understand cancelled was .able to be home for Mrs. Maggie Buckholt whose I morning to get a second t and cannot use the word
Col. Nelson is in the the weekend 16, from family gathered to help her celebrate I
for of April 'I hand refrigerator for Fri daire. I
the :
her 87th birthday. The party
Jacksonville that Mrs. Nelson Naval was Hospital unhurt. but Keesler sissippi. Air His Force mother Bass and in father Mis-,!o i- or reunion -was given by Mrs.'I quarters at St. William's Chapel.He. .,! T oniato Soup 4 10'/2' oz. 37

The Keystone Heights Woman's ,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridaught,(Burl McQuaig, Mrs. Buckholt's I arrived back in Keystone at Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE I Cans
Club held their regular monthly [met him in Jacksonville. !daughter, in Johnson, Fla.'!noon and when, about 7:30: p.I
business meeting on Tues. afternoon Those attending from Keystone'm., he went to unload said re- ?
April 12. The nominating I I grade The -boys and and older girls, who in are the members 5th-I Heights included the grandson of J|frigerator, he found the top piece THEN SEE IONA PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
committee presented the namescf Mrs. Buckholt, Harold, Leon, Hubert had been lost en-route. Consequently -
the following candidates for of St. Williams' Catechism f and Donald Ridaugfct. and all he immediately went in '
classes, will go on a skating party I E. H. SMITH
office in the coming year: : j their respective families I search of same. After giving up
( I
this: evening, (Friday) at the expense -I FlOUR 251bo
President-Mrs. Charles T. Smith; I of the altar society. They Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann, from i o!the search, and starting on the return bag 1.69
Vice Pres.-Mrs. Gay Livingston; will meet at the recreation hall,i I St. Albans, Vt., has moved into; trip, he was relieve to finda Tenth and Temple) Ave.
Recording Secretary Mrs. Geo. adjoining the church at 6 p. m. I the house formerly occupied by. beautiful (to him) refrigerate! Starke, Fla.
Schaeffer; Corresponding Secre- :the Elmer Livingston, on Keystone i i'top, smack in the middle of the! I
St. William's! Altar Society will
tary Mrs. H. J. Boatright; I I Lake. Mrs.,Bachmann is a, ,
of Mrs. A..uAA'AAALA
at the home George
Treasurer -Mrs. B. J. Weld. I meet singer a contralto and she: I LIBBYS Fancy Hawaiian
Schaeffer on Thursday, April 23, 'IWoman's
Election of officers will occur i [gave a program at tne Melrose 3 There's
at the May business meeting, at i at 1:30 p. m. Club Wednesday after-' Always Something I
which time nominations may be I Mrs. John Powers was hostessat ;noon. Mrs. Florence Janes was her!,
made from the floor for any of I'I a recent morning coffee, honoring accompanist. '3 COOKIN' : PineppkYour JUICE 2Sc
the above offices, providing con- Mrs. Jim Saunders and Mrs.I Mrs. Irving H. Osborne is visiting -:, 46 oz. Can
Joe Polokowski, who will be. new
sent of the candidate has previously her daughter, Mrs. Allan Dean AT
been secured. j I(residents of Keystone Heights. and family Mrs. Osborne is from I I I
Miss.Helen McKay, Mental Hy-1Mr., Saunders and Mr. Polokowski Choice ANN PAGE PREPAREDSpaghetti
Connecticut and has been wintEr- 3 MARY & BILL'S CAFEBUS ;
giene Consultant ol the: State are employees of the DuPont ing in Florida. 'I
Dept. of Public Health Jackson I I'Company. I Dr. and Mrs. Don Christoffers, ( DEPOT FORMERLY JUNE'S GRILL) lona Brand 2 2029c:
ville, will speak at the next Home i For some unpardonable: reason,I ,
were off on a short vacation this
Demonstration meeting, Thur.,'I a name was omitted from a list GIVE US A TRIAL DEl MONTE
I !week in South Florida. GREEN BEANS
April 28 at 1:30 p. m., in the several weeks ago in this column II I Businessman's 50c and 65c Plate Lunch
Woman's Club. Her subject will be' Your correspondent forgot to include -. Any lady desiring to join the' Steaks Chops Sandwiches Chili FaneCatsup '.*. 19c
it Paul in new softball team may come to! TOMATOES
"selfunderstanding"- con- the name of Meng I' Malts Shakes Scdas Sundaes
cerns everyone, not just mothers, passing out commendations to, practice any afternoon at 8, -- ori I, PICKLE
so everyone Is invited. I those men, who on their own time,'Ion Wednesday afternoons around,i COFFEE THAT'S GOOD 5c GOLDEN CORN PATCHKoherStrlaCUT

The P. T A. "Summer Round-I so diligently did the electrical,12 o'clock. i Meal Tickets ... $4.50 for $4.00The Dill Pickles rFOZZ 25c
up" of prospective first gradersis wiring the new St. William's: Bert Christoffers, Bert christof-[ BEANS ,
in the planning stages, and Dr.I.j chapel. A full bravo to you Paul.:1'fers Jr.. Roy Browning, Dr. and) Only) Bread We Serve In Our Burgers
A. Y. Covington will give us a, Last Wednesday, Mrs. Harry Mrs. Don Christoffers, Walter!.4 Is The Bun 303 Can PUKEApple
date for physical examinations as Blizzard was hostess to the ladiesof : King, Miss Jackie Collins and Mary and Bill Mason welcome you 2 Ib
soon as the uncertainty of the St. Anne's auxiliary of the'Episcopal .Johnny Hammond attended the Jelly 25c
polio vaccinations Is cleared up.'' Church at a luncheon:regional meeting of the CAP at [TTVTVVTVTVVTVTTVTVVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTill
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-- .- FRIDAY, APRIL 22 1935
--g-S srr 155 rflt Jtrrs.1-Sr S sS S S S rssrrrn DinnerAt I
Birthday Beta Sigma Phi !'Norman-Freeman :Presbytery Rally

Yarbrough Preferential Tea i j Held At Conference

Home Sunday j iI Is Lovely Event ;t Grounds Near HereThe

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. (Pat) Yar-
The home Mrs. Robert
I of -; annual Spring Rally of the
'brough were hosts at a birthday at the State Farm the
was Men of the Suwannee Presb !, : .v
dinner at their home at Long ,
scene of a lovely Preferential Tea : was held Sunday afternoon at tnenew :
Bridge last Sunday honoring Mrs.Yarbrough's afternoon from
Gladys MootyPhone Sunday four to Montgomery Cont'erenr
father and stepmother five o'clock, given by the Beta
35 Grounds between Starke and ht>\ -
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dukes of i Sigma Phi sorority honoring
stone Heights. About 150 Presb\ -
Gainesville.A .
SCflrSrS SSSSSflflflsVoman's -" 'I" rushees.
i tenan men attended and
I IiWoman9s
!I picnic-style dinner was enjoyed I ,, { The attractively appointed tea were discussed for raising $90.000
\ Club Auxiliary and the honor guests received ,
was overlaid with a beautiful -
I I in three years to developthe
. Officers Elected !Gives Silver Tea many lovely and useful gifts. Reddish -' Dacron table cloth and cen- ISO.acre site.

I Those the occasion with tered with silver bowl ft
enjoying : a holdingan The conference
In Parish HouseThe T4 grounds are -
At Busy Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Dukes and the hosts arrangement of yellow rose- between Highway 100 andCrvstal
were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parham .t. 11 buds and yellow snapdragons. The I
Mrs. C. L. Scholl was elected Woman's Auxiliary of St.Mark's Weds .'. Lake and include the entire -
and Mrs. North and
family, Daisy centerpiece was balanced by silver _
of Emerald
area Lake. There
Woman'sClub Church entertained
of the Starke Episcopal
j-iesident Mrs. Maxine NeSmith of Gaines- '4 candelabra holding bmning
for 1955-:>6 at a meeting at a lovely Silver Tea ; is Considerable lake frontage on
ville; Mrs. J. C. Yarbrough, Misses yellow tapers.
afternoon last afternoon of last weekin 'Crystal Lake also.
held Wednesday of Thursday
Ella, Eula, and Peek Norman of Pouring punch from a silver ,
house. Serving the Parish House where So far only small buildings have
club -
week in the arrangements
New River; T. J. Dukes, Mr. and John W. service was Mrs. E. W. Hayes, '
with Mrs. Scholl will be 1st V, P., of spring flowers ; been erected on the site. but plans
Mrs. W. S. Dukes Mrs.
: sorority sponsor. Mrs. E. A. Yan- ,
Mrs. Russell Norman; 2nd V. P., were used in decorating. The tea include eventual accommodationsfor
Brannen Mr. and
Mrs. Morris cey and Mrs. M. A. Paine composed I
Mrs. M. W. Cressler; 3rd V. P., table was lovely with an imported a minimum of 120 persons.
Brannen and son Mr. and Mrs. the receiving line. Mrs.
Mrs. Smith 4th V. p.. Point de Venise cloth centered 1-- Initial development will include
Hogan ;
Van Dukes and Mr. and Fit, :
family, Betty May invited the guests to I
Mrs. J.A. Griffin; Rec. Secy, Mrs. with an antique silver fruit bowl Kenny ;, : i Ii i I v/: cabins ((10 persons each dn-
Mrs. Pete Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. [I the tea table.
W, B. Sewell; Treas., Mrs. P. J. holding spring flowers consistingof John Dukes and Clarence Morganof VI! .-' ,L About 15 guests enjoyed thf : ing room and kitchen, auditorium

Quattlebaum; Corr. Secy., Mrs.J iris, roses and sweet peat in ... f' four classrooms, caretake
Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. ZellS. '..- delightful affair.Presbyterian. ; :
R. Kite; and sponsors of the pastel shades. Four low silver Dukes of Jacksonville, and Har- ,& 4 > I.-:: '...; I house office and infirmary. dressing -

Little Women's club will be Mrs., candle holders holding tall pink : -..>.4 r. ,. and shower rooms, cook's cabin -
ry Davis of Long Bridge. .
C. J. Houpt and Mrs. R. F. Demo-, tapers balanced the centerpiece.All i Ii; ibir Circle Miss water supply. swimming bewh-
iz George Ann Freeman.Jdaughter ,
I the appointments on the table : Met es and boat docks, athletic ill' .I!'
rest.Mrs. WSCS '. Tuesday ( of Mr anti ?ilrt:,. George
of silver. Meeting and parking areas.
J.V.. Kincaid, president, were -
1 Freeman of Mapyort, became the
presided over the meeting, and it I The mantel, in front of which Held In ChurchThe .t With Miss Stern .bride of James Clinton Norman i i The Presbytery has exprei-scd

voted to furnish-the nurses: stood the, receiving line, held a j ,(appreciation to Bradford Count:
was of :Mr. and Mrs.
son Frank Norman -
Circle Two of the First Presbyterian
in the new Bradford County modernistic flower arrangement of annual business and program -I 'Commissioners and officials lot
lounge Women of the Church met of Starke, on March 11 at
Hospital. It was also decided, pink gladioli, iris, and roses. At meeting of the Methodist 6:30 in Wonderwood ;[providing a graded road throughthe
Tuesday, April 12, at 8 p.m. with p.m. Baptist -
the porch and steps of i one end of the mantel were three WSCS met Monday afternoon in e.4 .ji., [ grounds from State Road 100
to paint EAI Miss Louise Stern -at her horre on Church. Mr. and Mrs. Norman .
clubhouse with some general low silver candle holders holding: the church sanctuary with the I I
the are residing at 218 Edison Ave.,
.z- Lafayette St. Following the business -
painting inside. L. H. Gibson tall burning pink candles. president, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman session. Mrs. Jacksonville. |Public InvitedTo
presided over by
spoke briefly on the school's sum- Mrs. George :Miller greeted the presiding over the business meet
|Guy Andrews, the Bible study was Home Show
guests as they arrived and I ;
and asked the sup- pre-
mer program presented by Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, Farewell
ing.Mrs. PartyA
sented them to the line
receiving (
port of all club members in givingat Titus Olson gave a brief
Mrs. .
; Louise Harden. Mrs. T. I.Mersereau. An invitation was extended this
least one hour each week toward Miss composed Flossie of Mrs. Herbert Thomas, report of the conference held in and Mrs. LaVon An-j farewell party was given in'Week i : to the Zoning Committee of

the promotion of the prqgram at Jennings, Mrs. Elva Fort Lauderdale last week. Yearly Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Reddish an- attached to a half-moon of Chan- drews. honor of James Paul Dreier at the I Starke and all interested citizensto

the USO. Mrs. Kincaid urged Stewart and Mrs. Stanley Noegel. reports were given by the officers. nounce the marriage of their tilly lace and she carried a white Following the program, the home of Miss Jimmie Cole in i inspect a Home Show being

that all members make a special Holding the silver trays were Mrs. L. A. Davis, secretary of daughter, Alice Virginia, to John Bible, topped with a white orchid. hostess served refreshments to 12 Pinehaven on Thursday, April 14. presented Thursday. Friday. and

effort to support all projects pertaining JoAlyce Graham of the and Mary NoegeLIn Status of Women, had charge of.V. Kenney, son of Mrs. Myrtle A. i The bride's only attendant was members and two visitors. ; Mr. Dreier received his discharge Saturday from 2 to 10 p.m. at the

to the Youth of our city charge dining room the program which was in the Kenney of Odenville Ala. Miss Geraldine Carter, maid of i I horn the Navy on April 15 and western entrance to Florida Field.
were Mrs. W. H. Graham Mrs.
and county. nature of a round table discussion The wedding took place Sunday honoi1. (Iwill return to his home in Toledo, by Prof. Patterson, College of
H. A. Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Everett Jack Goodge
Mrs. L. O. Hazen was appointedas Prescott on the subject "The United afternoon, April 3, at the 1:30 Sammy DuBose served as best ;|Ohio. Architecture and Allied Arts, at
Mrs. Ben Rowland and
chairman for the transportation Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Floor hos- Work of Protestant Church Women o'clock at the home of Mr. and Observes Birthday j i i Twelve guests were present to the University of Florida Gaines-
of the Children's Emergency Mrs. Irvin DuBose in Jacksonville.A man.Following the i
committee tesses were Mrs. Edward Burns in the United States. Those ceremony a reception enjoy this occasion with him. \ille.I .

Relief commission for the and Mrs. W. H. Noegel. AssistingIn taking part with Mrs. Davis were program of nuptial music was was held at the home of I Jack Goodge celebrated his 69th Prof. Patterson said an addi-

month of May. Annual reportswere Misses Kay Row- Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. W. L. presented by Tony Gonzalez. the bride's parents. I birthday anniversary Thursday FHA OfficeTo I tional model of a proposed plan.
serving were
given by all vicepresidentsin land and Gail Duke. Presiding at Blair and Mrs. Herbert Nollman. Given in marriage by her father, Since returning from their wed- night, April 14, at a supper partyat and some proposed or suggested

legard to the programs and The devotional was led by Mrs. the bride wore a ballerina length ding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny are his home on Keystone road, building models appropriate t<>
the silver coffee services at each
work of all chairmen and commit- J. F. McComb.Wesleyan gown of white Chantilly lace and residing at 311 West Call St. in given by several of his friends and Close May 6 Starke will be exhibited.
end of the tea table Miss
tees throughout the past year. tulle over taffeta. Her veil was Starke. relatives.
Clara Leaman, Mrs. R. E. Mac-
Announcement was also made Blain, and Mrs. Lemuel CoL- on. GuildThe Enjoying the affair with Mr. I C. L. Currie announced this week CARD OF T1LVNKS
Breakfast 3PW Supports LaVonne Duncan I Goodge were Mrs. Colley Nipperand I
concerning the May Mrs. Colson also played soft piano that the Farmers Home Adminis-
May 11, at 12 o'clock children, Mrs. Etta Dyal Mr. tration Office in Starke will be The Ladies of the Woman's
Wednesday, music during the tea. Wesleyan Service Guild I Summer ProgramA Weds J. S. Jackson Mr. and
and Mrs. A. L. Goodge
noon at which time the club state between the hours of four to five- will meet Tuesday night, April 26, closed permanently, effective May Council of the First Christian
Mrs. Eston Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
president, Mrs. E. D. Pearce of Approximately 100 guests called at 8 o'clock in the Methodist edu- discussion of the eight-week 6, as an economy measure. I Church wish to thank the public
Beulah Pres-
Miami, will be the honored guest. thirty. cational building. summer program of activities for Dyal, He said that Bradford and for their support at the
Mrs. generous
cott and daughter, Dorothy,
:Mrs. Pearce will have charge of school children meeting Union County accounts servicedout
.. _. .highlighted_ __ a. _.- Mr. chicken that was
L. given
officers. ... .. Irene McVay, C. McVay, supper
the installation of the new .. or tne Starke BF\V Club in st. of the Starke office formerly,

Miss Ann Daniels of Dade City, Edward's Recreation Hall Monday I 1 and Mrs. George Huggins and chil- will be transferred to the Gainesville Friday evening in the Legion Hall.

who is runner-up to Miss Americawill night. L. H. Gibson, school super- dren, and Mr. and Mrs. O. T. office of the FHA, and thoseof I Benefits will be used for the new I

appear as guest artist at the visor, explained the program and I.yons. St. Johns, Clay, Nassau and church pews.

, Breakfast with her accordion.Mrs. i asked the support of the KPW 1 I Duval Counties out of the Lake I The public is invited to come

C. L. Scholl. Miss Clara 'members In assuring its success. KingsleyVMU City office.
to the church the first Sunday inMay
Leaman and Mrs. P. J. Quattle- I During the business session, presided Viet April 14thThe Mr. Currie will be transferred ,
twP enjoy using the new
baum represented the Starke Was proud to learn that three she couldn't remember if they over by President Pat Lambe to the Lake City office but will

Woman's Club state convention in Starkites from the local Garden named it Gregory or Bradley thi club voted to contribute $50 WMU of the Kingsley Lake continue to live in Starke. t with the parish.

Tampa on Apr. 19. Club walked off with 16 ribbonsat however we're always happy to toward the summer program and Baptist Church met April 24 with

Committees appointed for the the State Flower show in Ocala cover up mistakes, especially when another $50 for the purchase of a 13 members and two visitors pres- CATTLEMEN MEETINGGROVING I

May Breakfast are as follows: last weekend, where the competition they aren't ours 53 membersof ra&sinet for the new Bradford ent. The opening prayer was by THREAT OF

in charge of the Breakfast will be was really stiff the lucky the BHS Spanish Club class County Hospital.The Mrs. H. H. Mott, and the programwas DWARFISM LV HERDS

Mrs. L.: H. Jennings, social chairman winners were. Clara Hazen, Jessie njoyed an all-day outing at Ybor nom.natin,* committee presented in charge of Mrs. Pauline

,and Mrs. Lex Green, cochairman Young and Muriel Norman City last Saturday sight-seeing the following slate of of- Clark. Florida's cattle industry is facing -

; decorations and favors, congratulations! word has going thru the Spanish Club, and ficers for the new year and a un- The April project is fixing up a serious problem of dwarfism.Dr. .

Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. W. B. Parks, been received that Hollis Knight, having Spanish luncheon-dinner at arJmous vote was cast for each: the beginner room for the Sunday Marvin Koger of the Florida p

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. H. B. Jr., who is with the armed forcesin the.Mercedes. cafeteria along Mildred Doyle, president; PatLambe School which is steadily growing Agricultural Experiment Stations -

Peyton, Mrs. R. F. Young. Mrs. Japan, has been selected the with the students were Louis 1st vice president: ; Helen :under the guidance of :Mrs. I declares that one of the most 4.u1IMrTv -

G. J. McGriff, Sr., Mrs. Foster outstanding soldier in his regiment,I Juister, teacher, Thelma Jennings Harley, 2nd vice president; Pansy I Belle Elder, teacher. C'I alarming features of this problemis

Shi Smith, Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. the 7th Cavalry Lucile Green, Evelyn Wheeler, Mrs.I Quigley treasurer;. 10bdge Middle- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Shutt business meeting, a I that the incidence of dwarfismhas

Kate Sheppard Mrs. Edna Hart Robbie (Mrs. V. A.) Ni hols reports Smith DeVoe, and Martha Pellum ton, corresponding secretary; announce the marriage of their After dish the luncheon was served I, increased in spite of natural the

and Mrs. George Flynn, Sr.: finding a blue parakeet in the trip was made in the school Maryon Arnold, recording secre- daughter, LaVonne Duncan, to Joel covered Mrs. Sadie Elder, Mrs. Opal selection. //DJUTAN( f

tables, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr., front of her house last Saturday bus. tary. The new officers will be Sidney Jackson, son of Mr. and by and Mrs. Edna Norton. I The exact extent of dwarfism in OF INDU.

Mrs Hogan Smith, Mrs. Paul I must be somebody's pet, and Note that Mr. and Mrs. Gene installed at the May meeting, following Mrs. J. G. Jackson of Starke. The Bishop The ,next meeting will be held th IQ state cannot be determined CAN SWALlOW 'k "EA

Raymond Mrs. K. A. Holly, Mrs. she'd be glad to return it to the Kelly have moved to Zephyrhillg a covered dish supper. wedding took place at 11:30 a.m.I with Mrs. D. E. Cottle Jr. at I from present information but I URGE. OBJtCTS3UCH

Dave Paulk, Mrs. Ed Hildebran, owner hear that Dewey Warren from the Andrews house on Cherry,. All members wsra urged to attend on April 15 in Folkston, Ga. Lake. i even optimistic estimates are not AS A FULJL u'i% J

Mrs. Willa Mae Denton, Mrs< left Sunday for Atlanta tot St. the B. R. Richbergs have the district meeting this The couple had as attendants! Kingsley encouraging. Dr. Koger says that I GROWN CAT, ArOWLORALtGc .hj.

Charles Hitchings and Mrs. J. R. two months training as sales rented the Shepherd apt. and Sunday at the George!:: Washington Miss Judy Casey and Leonard A only a small percentage of our lUtTOH.THIS BIRD11*'\ -
School.PT I
Kelly; tickets, Mrs. T. B. Harding, representative with Gulf Oil Corp. the V. W. Stricklands of St. Louis Hotel in Jacksonvi', in order to Noegel, both of Starke. High herds have not produced dwarfs. I IS LA5W1'AKW AND l&. USED 10Icp

chairman, Mrs. C. E. Scholl. Mrs. see Kenneth and Carolyn Fuqua have moved into 621 N. Walnut. keep the local cluos lead in the Mr. and Mrs. Jackson are members Elects OfficersMrs. The owners of these herds have j fkt STPtETS AND PU.u

V. V. Hazen, Mrs. Garl Mathews, have returned home from Street. .tendance i record and win the $25 of the. Senior Class at Brad- 'little assurance that the dwarf!' ?lACt5 CLUW.INITSN.lTIYrLMI

Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. R. B. Jacksonville, N. C. where Kennethwas Betty Ann Simmons entertained award. ford High School and are residingin H. A. Lawson was elected gene has not been introduced by I -'

Alvarez and Mrs. J. H. DuPre. discharged after three years' about 30 of her young friends at a Hostesses for tha Monday night the McKinney apartments on president of the High School PTA recently purchased bulls. I ,

All past presidents of the Starke service with the Marines hear hamburger fry on the spacious meeting were Pan*/ Quigley and West Call St.Garden for: the 1955-56 school term at the Dwarfism is no longer only a It's easy to find what you wantin

Woman's Club, along with the that Seeber Goodman and Ray lawn of her home last Saturday Dorothy Milberger. members! of the regular monthly meeting held in problem of the prebred cattleman.' the camera accessory line

Starke President, will be honoredat Stone are serving on the Federal' night Glimpsed fond father local club who red in Green Club the BHS library Tuesday night. Dr. Koger points out that dwarf-] when you shop at the

the Breakfast.As Other officers elected were Mrs. ism is becoming common in commercial BULLJNGTON STUDIO AND
jury in Jacksonville for the next Steve doing the honors as chief Cove prings.I

members and guests arrived three weeks word received that I cook. complete with tall chef's cap I To Meet MondayThe Merrill Struth, vice president: and herds in many areas.It I GIFT SHOP. In addition, we

at last Wednesday's meeting they Ruth and William Morse left their school Mrs. Charles Darby, secretary- is nothing new for dwarfs to offer a complete film developing
Mrs. ,. 'I.| If this wave of high IDr. and Mrs. LeClerc Starke Garden Club will officers will I
the door by The new
were greeted last treasurer. dwarfism service.vJ1'.
winter in Barberville be born. Hereditary I
continues, looks as itthey'll
I I. B. Peyton and Mrs. C. L. Friday for their summer home InFancy I marriages have to play the wedding Are Luncheon Hosts meet Monday night at 7:30 o'clockin be installed at the May meeting. exists in all classes of animals
the the Parish House. session.
introduced them to business
Scholl who Va. Following the and has probably done so since
receiving line composed of the new Gap, I march as a processional at graduation .I Dr. and Mrs. J. A. LeClerc entertained The program will be in charge Miss Elizabeth Reid, State Direc- their But because natural 1
origin. ,
Mrs. T. B. Harding reports that exercises this June Hear
and Miss
of Mrs. O. L. Beasley
members of the club who were last Saturday at a buffet: tor. State Board of Health, gave them. dwarfs
selection is
Tom- I _. against
'she had word from her son that one of the commercial classesis who have arrangedto < ;
honored guests at the meeting. intheon served picnic-style in the ,Clara Leaman an inspiring talk on "Tne iorgot-.do not usually represent serious UDIOANDGIFTP'I
that he has been promoted to about 20 cent "newlyweds"
my, now per Birds
show motion pictures on ad-
refreshments 1 at hom-j the
Following the meeting, rose garden their on ten Adolescent. After beef
Dwarfism in
Airman 1-c He is stationed in six less! !economic loss.
couples, no Conservation and slides on
served from a tea Kingsley Lake. Among the 100! and composed of Jack
were dress panel serious
a cattle is now, however, a
North Africa see Ira
table which was covered with a Florence Brown is quite busy at guests were members of the graduating flower arrangements. MembersWill Trawick, Mrs. E. L. McRnight, Dr.I economic problem.Dr. .

lovely lace cloth centered withan still hobbling around with a bum FSU these days, being a memberof class and faculty at the answer the roll call by naming A. Y. Covington, and :Miss Reid

arrangement of pastel sweet ankle which he.severely burned State Symphony of Florida and 'University of Florida, and Government a bird found in Florida. \answered questions pertaining to! Koger thinks several factors
boil- have contributed to this situation.
peas and white Iris. Pink candlesIn two weeks ago while pouring also the Symphonic Band of FSU associates of Dr. LeClerc. Hostesses for the evening will problems of the adolescent.

four low silver candle holders ing hot grease into a containerand I with the latter group she'llmake Out of town guests included Dr.! be: Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. F. B. I i First individuals or families carry-
have been
the dwarf
which boiled over onto his ing gene
Mrs. a short tour of the state Beard, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, 1Ir3.J J I
flanked the centerpiece. and Mrs. B. R. Jacobs of Orlando; WorkersTo
ankle hear that Desta Dyal Willing popular and have spread it widely
next week All that rustlingyou
Peyton presided at the silver coffee Chester Purge of Macon, Ga.; Col. Russell Norman and Mrs. Lillie
the weekend in bed with the through the breeds. Second, carriers -
spent windin 28
ice. Members of the hear these days isn't the Nilea Missouri Bridges. Meet April
sen' executive three-day measles Ruby Johns and Mrs. R. G. of of this gene seem to be DA BIJAf
the willows, might
board served hostesses. as you
as and Melrose; and Rev. aid Mrs.
has been the sick list this week for preferred by cattlemen over non- FL':
on Class
think It's merely the resultof The Willing Workers '
Mrs. TARKE .
Mrs. K. G. Duncan Hogan i Donald Kirbbs of Mac:]er.nr. Woodman Circle
with laryngitis and a bad cold teen-ettes starching Church will hold
our lovely the First Baptist
Smith find Mrs. Scholl were
in Doctors Assisting in serving were Mrs. Reasons suggested for such a I
charge of the dining room. Mrs. Al Yancey was confined their petticoats so stiff they pop, To Meet Tuesday : its April meeting on Thursday, I Sun., Mon., and Tues.
Hospital with strep throat the John Booth Sr. and daughter, Mrs. with Mrs. preference include the fact that the
W. B. Parks was in charge of crackle, and snap every time they April 28, at 7:30 p.m. April 24, 25, 26
decorations. Lovely arrangementsof first of the week and Shirley take a step What will they Leatherwood, Col. and Mrs. The Supreme Forest Woodman Alvarez on Call Street. 11.1 s. War- standard for desired herds has I DOUBLE FEATURE

pink gladioli and spring flowersgral'ed Johns underwent an appendectomyin 'come up with next? Charles McAliley, Mr anj Mrs. Circle members will meet Tuesday ner will be the co-hostess, and favored dwarf carriers; smaller
in the show
Doctor's Hospital on Mondayand the devotional sized cattle, favored The Maze
26. at 8 o'clock at the will give
and Flower Show will be night, Apr. Mrs. Hazen
the piano speaker'stable. Hear the Ben Bowden, and Mr. and Mrs.
I be carriers and carriers -
is getting along nicely will be ring, may ;
for the meeting. opened in the grand manner Sat- Reese.Swimming home cf Mrs. Clyde Tomlinson for and there games and Richard Carbon, Veronica Hurst
Note that Ella Alvarez is Hadley the and business meet- for the may be more compact -
Mary urday, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony -. program Dlayed. A spokesman -And-
Freda Green Crews as! was enjoyed and after all members and thus favored because of the emphasis -
Prescott-Crockrell replacing and everything at 2 p.m. ing. group urged that
clerk in the County Judge's office u. I there will also be musical entertainment luncheon one group vLited the I Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. teachers attend so as to have 100. on compactness htype Miss Sadie Thompson

while Freda will be leaving next State Prison, while another group W. L. Andrews will give a report attendance. standards.Dr. .
Mrs. H. A. Prescott announcesthe ; both days What with per cent Rita Hayworth and Jose Ferrer
recommends two I
week to join her husband SN I went to the Stephen Foster Memo i the state convention which washed Koger
engagement of her daughter. ,the Catholic Church ham dinner \:Plus Color Cartoon For Children
to cut down on the incidencef !
Bobby Crews, in Cuba Lillian ..11a1.I at the Thomas Hotel, Gaines steps
[ the UDC Silver
Saturday night Gadara Baptist
Dorothy Lucille, to Horace Crock- dwarfism in beef cattle :herds.
rell Jr. USN South Haven, :Mich., Stump will, attend the Gossard Tea on April 27, and the PTA I ville. Apr.!. 2326. select stock with the least Wed., Thur.-April 27. 28
school in Atlanta next Mon- ,Held \VMU Rally First.
Corset 29 PrevattCrosbyMr. Hostesses for evenings meeting -
son of :Mr. and Mrs. Horace Spring Festival, April we carriersof DOUBLE FEATURE
of being
to Wednesday Hank Graham I Willa possible chance
day I I will be Mrs. Mae JtvW,
finish the month in awhirl I
Crockrell Sr. of New Buffalo, out As-
joined the teenager ranks last of Just hope I and Mrs. E. B. Crosby of I Mrs. Rose Lee and Mrs. Clyde Members of the New River the dwarf gene. This means Mask of the AvengerWith
will be activity
Mich. The wedding an I WMU met at Gadara: dwarf-free bulls whenever
when he celebrated his Brooker the of ociational using
Sunday to announce marriage Tomlinscn. All members are urgedto John Derek
event of :Mary. can hold out to get around with
i bulls are
13th anniversary birthday the their daughter, Betty Ann, to Ed- be present. Baptist Church last Friday possible. Dwarf-free -And-
everything Rev. Edgar Wilkinson as the featured those from parents known to be
occasion was celebrated with his win Eugene Prevatt, son of Mr.
NOTICE I family the Bill Grahams and Buddy -, So long See you in the and Mrs. E. T. Prevatt of :Staike.The speaker. The business session free of this gene and tested bulls. Make Haste To Live
i and Lit Bishop and son Bish. 1 1\next marriage took place March BanquetSet was presided over by Mrs Second, select the rest of the bulls Dorothy McCains Stephen McNally \
TO CHURCHES at their camp in the.Scrub. over 26 in Waycross, Ga. For April 30 Emma Lamoreaux, president.Luncheon and females used as being as far I'lus Color'Cartoon For Children \

LODGESYou the weekend heard that the ; Mr. and :Mrs. Prevatt are makingtheir was served at noon. removed from dwarfism as possi-

SCHOOLS, party given for Jack Goodge last!i, Auxiliary I home with Mr. Prevatt'sparents i The Hi-Y Father and Son will be ble.If Fri. Sat.
-April 29 30
can win Coffee Maker, Thursday evening on his 69th I IS[ OrganizedA i at'present. Mr. Prevatt ,held Saturday, April 30, instead of Recent BirthsMr. a bull sires 12 calves from DOUBLE FEATURE, I

Stainless Steel Flat Ware, \birthday anniversary was the first is employed with the State Improvement April 29, as was ar.nounced last dwarf-carrier cows, or 24 calves

Electric Roaster, or Cash party he had ever had in celebra-I Starke Gideon's AnxUiaty Commission anj Mrs. week. The event will be held in and Mrs. Charles Schneiderof -rom unproven daughters of known Men Of The "

11 Double tion of a birthday and he was formed at a recent meeting at Prevatt is working at the new the BHS cafeteria starting at 7p.m. Houston Texas announce the dwarf carriers, without producinga
selling our oz. Fighting
by the Lady i
I IIi in his offspring,
such occasion that he April 14. Mrs. dwarf
was a gala the Park-of-the-Palms the I Highland plant.Recent birth of a son on
Strength Vanilla. in favor of having one every following officers elected: Mrs.' Schneider is the former Miss Fred- chances are 99 to 100 that he is a Van Johnson and Walt-er Pidgeon :

For complete information week from now on Fred Sacher. president; Mrs. Fred BirthMr. I Silver TeaA die Wimberly of Starke. noncarrier.Dr. -AndDesperadoes'-
adds that if you use
please : Maxie and Kitty Carter sent us Dodd vice president; Mrs. Roscoe I Koger
herd !
non-carrier bulls in your Outpost
an S.O.S. from Orlando stating Bullington. chaplain; Mrs. J. F. andMrs. Elmer Lewis! of Silver Tea honoring the 40th only

J. E. HAMILTON that they have named their new Jaudon, secretary-treasurer. Mrs.H. Starke announce the birth of their birthday anniversary of the W. T. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Leon Williams .. no dwarf will be prod\1 ei. in The With Allan "Rocky" Lane i

Rt. 2, Box 34C, Starke, Fla. offspring Bradley Dale, instead of G. Bollinger, Mrs. R. Clark second daughter, Deborah Ray Week's chapter, UJ3.C., will be of Melrose announce thE!. incidence of the reduced dwarf by gene one-half the] Plus Serial "Superman' Chap IS '

YOUR RAWLEIGH Gregory as stated in last week's Crosby and Mrs. O. L. Linsin were on April 14 in Alachua Genera} held Wednesday afternoon, April birth of a son, Gerald Leon Williams herd will be this And Color Cartoon For ChUdrenw \

DEALER paper 'nana Effie was so ex- also present. Hospital. Mrs. Lewis Is the former 27, from 4 to 5:30 o'clock in the Jr., on April 13 at Doctor!:; in each generation by method.
-i- ,
-cited when she reported the event Margaret Dyal. I Woman's Club. Hospital.





sssst-s-fls rsSSSrJrSSSSSSJSS nSStIttS_flJSflSfl4 .' .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sessions I Mrs. J. C. Cone of Brooker is 1 I Rotarians Ira Geiger--and -Mrs. Mar.e: :
of Spartanburg, S. C. were guests f Jj.spending this week with Mrs. I cftin co-winrers.; The do >- pt.ze
of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. LcC'.erc for E. Plummer W.I' '
and Mrs. M. Almost $250 For ms won by Mis. \\'it'Brewer! ;
three days. The Sessionses' have Hazen. SPORTS 1\1
I i Summer Given away were 1,500 d.uh'cks .,; .

just returned from Europe. |I j Mrs. Gladys Odom, Mrs. Vermont -j Program ;i"] six fr.irs-size! cV'i"i- !
Mr. and Mrs. North'
D. B.
Orr of : Navatny, Mrs. Cleo Harley Almost $250 for the summer!t\'.o pocket kn\i>. i double b ,'! :

wintering Branch Mich in Sarasota who are have spendirgthis been :!'I and J. M. Sistrunk attended the I,BHS Wins 12-8 Gainesville Nine program at BHS was pledged by j;;;;nd baloons and r lL- ,

THE NEWS week with Mrs. : I!Grand Chapter Session O.E.S. in i, individual members of the Rotary !*:hildren. Musk was furn! h.' t h" :
Mrs. Sallie Thomas of Live Oak I,last Tampa from Sunday to Friday of I Over Palatka Tops Tornadoes Club following a talk by L. H.E.ig Chief Willis and bus Ip.din.- i
week. Gibson school i
spent last week with her brother- I I i I supervisor, at the >mrn OF l'nOn\T. t ta

\ in-law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs.II I|I Those who attended the New i Friday Night 6-7 'Wednesday luncheon. The money III the County Judge (vurl. I
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and; l.r and Mrs. Blake Jackson: had 'J.V.. McIntosh Sr. ''River Association business and : Tuesday 'will be used to help develop the I Hr.iiUortl! Couulr.Malf .
of 'Iorida
daughter Linda Kay, Mrs. W M. 9s guests, Mrs. JatksT.'s father, Mrs. Ed Dahmer flew to Cadil- program meeting last Friday at' USO playground and purchase E:STATE OK THOMAS J. lIIFF.\ \

Mundy, Jr.. and daughter, Jean, \'.ole Miller and :Mr. and Mrs. lac, Mich. last Sunday where she Gadara Baptist Church were Rev. II Last Friday night in the Azalea ; Gainesville High's ace Dubba :,supplies. 'I 1 ieceased.Ib* Mate. I
Florida. To ill I'rrx.n.
and Mrs. J. B. Sapp were in Jacksonville Fred Rich and children of Maiy- was called by the serious illnessof and Mrs.1. D. Haines, Mrs. Lonnie ':Bowl the BHS Tornadoes battled ,/Williams tossed a four hitter Tues I The club also passed a resolution j IntrrrMrtl<< In th.. K-MM of said !

Sunday visiting Mrs. Alma I nlle, Tenn. her mother, Mrs. Eva Allen. Daniels Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. I to a see-saw 12-8 win over the'day afternoon to set down the;;opposing the state-long toll road1'} Ircrdrnt You are hereby notified thit .. I

Compton and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mrs. E. D. Bedanbaugti of Orlando Friends will regret to learn that Lex Green, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Palatka Maroons. Edwin Johns Tornadoes to the tune of 6-1. It ;and members were urged to wirel 1"vritten instrument purporting

Griffin and family. was the overnight guest Mrs. Allen died on Monday. Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Mrs. Ed Hilde- started on the mound for the Tor-:was a non conference game for I the! Legislature to this effect. ,>'e aid the decedent last will has and been testament ,.', II

Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Bronson of Tuesday of Mr. ara Mrs. W. B. Funeral services were held in bian Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. !nadoes but was relieved by Edgar ,Bradford. Gainesville scored sin- I Don Moore and Herman Jones. >'rebate in this court. You admitttd are hr.t,-

Tampa were weekend guests of ScvelL Cadillac on Thursday.Miss I'L F. Dinkins and Mrs. Paul Akridge who kept the Maroons at'gle runs in the second and fourth students at the University of >,y commanded within MX ealen.l.inonths I

Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Ueddish. Among those from out-of-town : Kathleen Altman of Ft. !Raymond. bay while his mates went on to !:!innings and a pair of runs each inj t j Florida were guests of the club I IJ>,ublicaton from of the this date notice of to the at>fir p.-.i-:: !!

:Mrs. J. S. Sap! who has been attending funeral services for Dr. Myers has returned tt Starke for i :Mr. and Mrs. Cula Coran were produce the necessary runs for a the fifth and sixth innings. Wal- !.at this meeting and discussed the If u this court and the show cause. if amrou I
why action
can of t'I.
ill. has had as viators. Mr. and Lemuel Colson. Sr. on Monday, the summer. 'in Neptune Beach Sunday visitingMrs. victory. ,lace Rivers, Dewayne Elder and importance of youth work, suchCl! :ourt In admitting said will to i.t-"-- ,

Mis. S. E. Reyes cf Jacksonvilleon were Mr. and :MM. E. J. Wilt of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon: Florence Willey. Palatka threw a scare into ,Edgar Akridge all saw moundservice :!ias the summer program now! ate, should not stand unrevoke.l
Monday evening, Mrs. Richard Long Valley N. J., T-Sgt. and arrived from Orlando Thursday Mrs./Junius Smith BHS when they scored three runs for BHS and collectively ;!j being planned here. The program OFFICIAL Judge SEAL, Bradford Theron Amir"*-iCounty 1[

Jay and children on Tuesday, ani Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Jr. of Panama -'and will leave Friday for Talla- and son, Bob without a base hit in the first in- J|allowed six hits and seven bases' was in charge ofV. H Nollman Florida.

Mrs. Carlton Chastair.: and son, City, William S. Colson of :hassee where they will visit their went to Washington, D. C. on ning. In the third, singles by Edgar on balls. Five Tornado errors ''and G. T Huggins. i first publication on April 434Circuit S. I 1': i 2' I
Tw(on, Ariz. }Ir. and Mrs. I Tuesday to spend the remainderof '
Tommy, of aa overnightg1Iests I Akridge. a walk to Eulie helped the Gainesville cause. ;
daughter, Jeannette student at the week as guests of Mr. and I' !I. << Court, Uradford <',uui>.
Charles and Mrs. II
Tuesday._ Knight Merry Rushton, and singles by Edwin'!: Bradford scored a Florida
I FSU. They will be: accompanied 'Mrs. Ernest Jones. single tally in': Prizes Awarded i In Ch.inrrrr.
Knight of Gainesville and Mrs. Johns and Edward the ';'t'm.o'. Bloom. Plaintiff \ I 1.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson of by Mrs. McLendon's mother; Mrs. Akridge on top inning when Eulie i
Maoomb, IlL are spending several Henry Adams of Charleston, S. C. E. S. Matthews. Next week Dr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chitty, Mr. of a Palatka error, scored three for Rushton walked Johns doubled. At Grand Opening M. Bloom Defendant Cast- .N., I I"i '. '
Mr. Wilt returned to Lon! Val'ev! and Mrs. J. H. Chitty, and Mr. the Tornadoes. Order Of Publication And Noil-
neeks with their daughter, Mrs. McLendon will attend the Dental i i In the fourth a and Edward Akridge followed with i! Of Purina Dealer To .
} Li : \ppran State Of Florida I.
L. H Gibson and family. on Wednesday and lrs.'iJt is Convention in Jacksonville and land Mrs. R. G. Griffis spent the walk to Reddish, a single by El- an infield hit with Rushton hold- ,i dna M. Ploom, whoII.. -.',j. "'

Mr. and Mrs. \V. T Jackson and :C'Json remaining: with he.: mother, Mrs. Mrs. McjLendon will visit her II weekend fishing: at Felsmere. der, a double by Edgar Akridge, ing third; but Curtis McGeessacrifice !. A crowd of over :fHK patrons at-j I*and You address are required is.: l'XKX'.W-to appear'

fal'lfy: sje.t Sunday at the Leon-, indefinitely.Mr. mother here.Jantzen Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and a single by Eulie Rushton accounted -', bunt scored Rushton. tended the Grand Opening of,May 2*. 1955.. in the am\! i .u<

ha< J cottage on Spring Lake. children. and Mrs. J V. Vickers and I I Swim Suits for !'and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- for three more runs. Pa- 'Rivers grounded out and Harrington -'. Urownlee & Cnasteen's new PariI(Court divorce.and .:cause herein pi! :li' ; :

Mr and Mrs. VV.. Strickland I Folkston spent the weekend in Ladies and Children atStump's. ,dale and family were visiting Mr. latka came back in their half of loaded the bases again when j'na dealership last Saturday, with Bradford County TeUgnp'i -

of '..t. Louis, Mo. hava moved into I A. G. Gowen.visiting Mr. and Mr?. 1 j!arid Mrs. J. M. Barksdale in Dun- the fourth with a four-hit on- he was hit by a pitched ball. Reddish pizes: awarded as follows: publish weekly issues.this Order in next : >

the Thomas hous it 621 N. Walnut Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White Jr. Mrs. Edna Prevail and Mrs. ,nellon on Sunday.Mr. slaught and two bases on balls for fanned to end the inning. De- Cracker eatins contest, Mary Witness my hand aiul ,,'- i
and Mrs. five runs. Neither team scored in 'wayne Elder had two safeties for Mal at Starke. Florida tlit- \."
I Errol Alvarez Quentin
street. Mr. Strickland has and children enjoyed a picnic lunchat spent last weekendin Fillingim Ann Scott; balloon bursting conj j!0. 1955.:
jv 3t graduated from the UradwohlMfdical the Jacksonville Zoo Orlando with Mrs. Alvarez' and daughters of Palatka were the fifth. The Maroons were leading ,'BHS as did Ellis for Gainesville test Edward Adkns! ; tallest man I(OFFICIAL SEAL) Chaws A Knl.i.
on Sunday. Mrs. Sunday dinner of Mr. 8-6 when BHS came to bat in No other players got more than L As. Clerk of S.(1.1 t ?..I Iit .
Richard and
Technician College: in St. Mrs. Minnie Poythresa and daughter, McGuire.Mr. guests present. Riley Sweat. h<->g calling i )' Marian L 4'rby, P" |>m\ '"i.. ,,
Louis and is an assistant to his Daughter Mrs. Venon Brinson of and Mrs. W. A. Sllao and Mrs. J. C. Sapp.' the sixth. Wallace Rivers promptly :one hit. !.'Contest Albert tt-ffoi? ,1. husband i' :7a.h H b.'uitl i- in', 1.\ '.. hiMR V ,.;_

father-in-law, Dr C. J. Houpt at :Macclenny \\,('re'lsitin' ? Mrs. Poy- daughter, Sandra, and Miss Hazel :Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and drew a walk. Reddish and Elder ;i bases Gainesville left nine men on the : aIling contest a draw with Mrs "\. -J'kk"M Ill n!\ ,,'!, i 11! : il 1 1A i\ I

Darters HospitaL .'thress' Johns were sightseeing in St. Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson did likewise. With the bases while Bradford left eight
daughter Mrs.: John A. ;
'I. in loaded Edgar Akridge was hit bya This was the first back in l .,.
Tc rode Augustine Sunday. were Daytona Beach Sunday. game ,_ ,,_"
Jantzen Swim Trunks for on Monday. n -'-';'-="- -= "" 2'I' !:.
Men and Boys at Stump's. .[ Mr. and Mrs. George McDaniel Miss Ida Sweat is spending this; Mrs. Frank Hoover returned pitched ball scoring Rivers. ,the lineup for Gus Kopelousos who

of Tallahassee week in South Bay with her sister, home Saturday after spending Rushton hit a long fly to right has been on the sick list. BHS
} weekend I
lr, and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. were '
Mrs. Cora Marlowe. two weeks with her nephew and field and Reddish scored after the now has a 5-5 record for the sea-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row !
s ent last Thuwlay afternoon in : I
Crlnndo visiting the junior Carters Mrs. Bob Lane and daughter, !niece, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Wallace, !catch. Johns walked, filling the ,son. lilr. fl flTHANK
ai.d their new baay son, Bradley. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair and Sharon spent Sunday in Live Oak in Palatka. I bases again. Edward Akridge ;>

daughter, Evelyn and Mrs. W. S. with her sister, Mrs. D. J. Avery.Mr. Mrs. B. E. Bennett of Marianna I singled, scoring Elder and his ,Tornadoes Enter --

SJade spent the weekend in Doug- and Mrs. R. F. Young attended spent Saturday to Thursday with twin brother Edgar. McGee followed Dedicated To Community Service -

-- las, Ga. with friend's. a family reunion at the her daughters, Mrs. Doyle Conner i with a single. scoring Johns. |East Florida "Movies Are Better Than"er"

home of Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. in Starke and Mrs. Cecil Sewell lit the seventh, a walk to Dewayne <' Meet
Doris Jones Track Today
family : i j ji
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors Scroggins in Ocala over the week and family in Jacksonville.Mrs. I Elder followed by a long triple by I i E If yon find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

Cf Mr. and Mrs. Fruw Strickland end. Mrs. Young's mother Mrs.S. T. J. Griffin is spendingsome I Eulie Rushton produced a single i The East Florida Track Meet :i i
and family. R. Love, returned with her lor time with Dr. and Mrs. C. run to give the Tornadoes a 12-8 at Deland got underway today ;

Mrs. Dave Paulk end ft visit. C. Mendoza in Jacksonville. :Miss edge. I j'with New Smyrna, Sanford, Ket- : .. April 23-ONLY Sun., Mon.. and Tues.

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie Ritch Offensively Eulie Rushton witha terlinus, Palatka, Seabreeze, as ,
Faye, and Mrs Hogan Smith had DOUBLE FEATURE rWI5 b7\\l6
dinner at the Green Turtle ipstau- niece, Margaret Ann Phillips spent the weekend with them. single and a triple and the Ak- 'well as the Tornadoes and host \

rint at Jacksonville Beach last spent the weekend in St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lee of Way- ridge twins with two hits each led 'Deland competing for honors. Last :, a

Friday evening.Mr. visiting Mrs. Frances Parker cross, Ga. were Sunday guests of the Tornado attack. Rushton had year Deland took first place team :, -

and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sands. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong. four RBI's as well. j:honors with a total of 86 points. -,9weAUTRY, _

LOCAL OR LONGDISTANCE and Mrs. Albeit Lee Crosby. Attending the Florida Federated I Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa is'' The win over Palatka gives BHS j(Bradford was second with 72. This .' ciEzcEk.W '

Jr. and family and Mrs. A. L. Woman's Club annual meeting in the guest this week of Mrs. Henri- at least a tie for the northern':year the Tornado thinclads have :

Crosby, Sr. were in Jacksonville Tampa Tuesday and Wednesdayfrom etta Hunt. division championship of the East ':their eye on first place. Compe- :'

Saturday visiting; Mr. and :Mrs. M. the Starke Woman's Club Maiden Brassieres Florida Conference. Should Pa- ':tition looks keener this and W1iio(2'!& .. .. .
SAFE E. Glisson and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Form at year c. s .....r_,
were Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president, latka defeat Ketterlinus tonight
Gay, The Glisson; ? plan to sperc Stump's Dept. Store. .;jit has been stated that 15 poUltsfonly I Ad.j ..mA SlhiJPItCIIIIC_ _SOUIID_ _
A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. L. the Tornadoes will be undisputed[
DEPENDABLE this Sunday witt: the Crosbys'Mr. Miss LaRue Robinson and Mrs. (F might separate the first fourteams.
I Scholl, Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum :Mable Bartlett of Los Angeles northern division champs and; -And- : Plus News and Cartoon
and Mrs. T. B. Hardingwere and Miss I .
Clara Leaman.
ECONOMICAL will meet the southern division j
Calif. were guests last week of
I I Last Friday BHS finished third ,
visiting in St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand
leader for the conference crown.
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews. Mrs. I
behind Leon of Tallahassee which I i
Jacksonville Beach Sunday after- daughters will attend I EMMERSON KERR
If Ketterlinus should win
PHONE Mathews took her guests to visit tonight :
311or :had 65 3-5 points and Fletcher ; ,
noon. spring meeting of the Florida
time and date
a play-off (
relatives at the Beaches last game .which had 39 1-2 points at the I
Press Association at Redington not yet determined) will have to' j Wed. Thur. 27 28
250-J h'AT/ONAUYADVEflTISED Beach: near St. Petersburg this Thursday and Mrs. L. N. Pickering be scheduled. 'Fletcher Invitational Track J.eet.j| _ _ !, -April
entertained them at luncheon last
The Tornadoes had 32 3-10
A iti; IETTE A Lht.GCI ; weekend. I Friday. Over the weekend Mr, This Saturday Lake City will be I I j;{Point winners for BHS were points.Stan. i I II r=== i
Mrs. W. B. Sewell was called to I here and if the there j I
Agents For and Mrs. Mathews took their people '
I ley Clark's first place in the high _ _
4' # Orlando. Friday by the serious! illness rabid basball fans as are I \, ?
they AUDREY 141.
Ga. to ,
"DELCHER BROS. guests to' Fort Benning, 1 jump with a leap of 5 ft., 11 3-4 {
of her uncle, M. O. Over- I t Lmm Henna nuuurm i illus
football crowd be
large ex-
a can iI
visit their nephew and niece, Lt. ,
_- inches. a new' meet record and i I
street, who died on Saturday. Mrs.
Next P. K.I
Sewell : Col. and Mrs. Andy Ritchie. pected. Thursday !best effort to date; Strickland 1 ort"d Cuckoo" Cartoon and |
stayed with her brother-in- will be here. Ii
WORK law and sister took third place in the 120 yard BBY
Mr. and Mrs. J D. Coach Joe Hull asserts that his j Chapter No. S Serial
CAP high hurdles and first place in the
Cottrell Keystone I
[ -,6yf/ai'sVL4e Grand Ole Opry in Leesburg and W rejoined team has come a long way in the
low hurdles Slade and
Transfer and 1180 yard :
I on Sunday afternoon by Squadron Members last week and believes that the 1 -And-
Humphries split 1 4-5 points In a G. J. McGRIFF JR.
PANTS & SHIRTS Mr. Sewell. They all attended the ,
Co. Palatka "did a lot" for the
funeral of Mr. Overstreet in Or- Attend Conference -V game 6-way tie to place in the pole NORTH OF SAHARA
boys and a "will to win them all
THE lando on Monday. i vault; Arthur Locke took a second i I COMING
from here on in" is noted in the SOON
Perryman BIdg. ,
Jin the shot Humphries picked j (Special)
Little Janell Dawkins cf Jacksonville Members of Keystone Heights put;

S. Court St. Starke Fla. STAR STOREAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. spent Tuesday to Thurs- I Squadron attended a Southeast practice sessions. :; up 1 1-2 points in the high' Silver Chalice Plus "Dixieland: Droop Cartoon

day with her grandparents, Mr. :Reginal Civil Air Patrol conference I (jump in a tie for third; the half ;

and Mrs. W. H. Nbllman vhile I I at Dayton Beach last Girls Intramurals :mile and mile relay teams finish- < ,___ __ > _-_----- p_ ___-. __--: :-==.: :: ; :; :' "7
Mrs. Dawkins was attending the I week and heard an address by: Results Given :ed second and fourth respectively. '

Florida Federated Woman's Club :Air Force Maj. Gen. '..UC"lS V. Next Thursday at Gainesville -

SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY convention in Tampa. Janell was Beau. Capt. Bert Christoffers !.t. Intramural sports activity continued .the BHS trackmen will go to the . . ..B..B..8.UI
( . . .
Roy Browning, Lt. Walter King,
luncheon hostess to Betsy Matthews this week at BHS and results District Meet and compete against

I LOVEBRIGHTDIAMOND and Gerry Mooty Wednesday Bert Christoffers Sr., and: Lt. Jim were announced by Miss;Bother Class A schools in this area. 't4d td
at the home of her grand Seymour were in the group. I' Nina Bishop girls athletic direc-!

parents. : The conference divided into 11 tor. ,In the 9th and 10th grade
.4 groups to discuss the latest developments !contest to determine the 7th and !
Gossard Sarong and Play-! division the high jump was won CHECKERBOARD NEWSBy
in training, operations, and '8th grade champion will be played iI j ji
tex Girdles at Stump's.Mr. I by Sandra Strickland of 100
Bridal Sets and Mrs. Roy Reed of Falls cadet training, communicationsL! J. Jenkins of 9C, a tie of 4 1-2 ft. i I in the armory on :May 2. Jim Chasteen

Church. Va. were last Friday personnel, L' Other place winners were A. Wil-1!

S Large Selection visitors of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. sen-ices legal and group and I hams, S. Paulk, and G. Underhilli I i ; la Cfrroll NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPR1H County BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN

I Al K. Carlisle and three squadron commanders work. in that order. Finals l i i. Florida In Chnnrrrr.J. 1
10th & Sts. Starke Fla.
I H. Page Plaintiff, \.s. Joan Neta Cherry ,
EACH DIAMOND: CARRIES A GUARANTEED children of West Acton Mass. are The Keystone Heights Hquadron yd. dash were held yesterday but; Page Defendant. i iI -
:under command of Capt. Bert L available at i Case No. 10-932 I
I BONDREASONABLY spending this week with Mrs. the results were not Noun
PRICEDWILLIAM'S Ruth Carlisle and next week with :Christoffers is fast becoming one of press time. In the 7th and 8th I i To: Joan To Appear.Neta Page. whoe residence

her mother, Mrs. Minnie Womble, I the best in the state Composed grade division Charlene Dennis of! and addret.8 is: Unknown. YOU !
I You are hereby notified that a
of members from
in Jacksonville.Mr. i- Keystone Be took honors with a time of i alf fnr
I ,I Starke and Palatka it I trust that you didn't miss out per pig over feed .cost Stop in
Heights. 13.3 seconds. Finishing behind her:
and Mrs. had
JEWELRY Harry Mooty I has its own airport, hangar planes, 'has' been filed against you In the, on our Grand Opening last Sat- today and get complete details.
: I as guests Sunday, :Mrs. :Mooty's in the following order were Brenda above named Court and cause and 1 As well could
urday. as we
151 W. Call St. Phone 375 : I cousins, Misses Mable and Esther i i'link building trainer, communication, skytel, headquarters network, Martin, Joan McDaniel, and Freda i i I you your are answer required or pleading to fer\?to a the copy complaint ofI count, there were between 500 Why It Pays To
Benson and Mr. Mrs. Arnold' Kimbler. The running broad
3 and on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Starke Fla. and 600 here to enjoy the
; Hansen of Berwyn, Ill. and Mr. j i jjeep, trailer for mobile operations jump was won by Helen Jones of I E. K. Perryman, Starke, Florida people Creep Feed CalvesHere
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyvvvvvvvv T and work. and file thp original In the office of activities of the day. Thanks to
and Mrs. Mi'ton St. Peter and son, |I I I 8A with a leap of 11 ft. 2 inches. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or the
I Bob and Miss Holland of In the near future it will be U .Chapman and Charlene Dennis before the 2 day of May 1355; you day wag a great success are 6 good reasons why it
Beryl I otherwise the allegations of and I want to thank for
to cadets for training. bald you your
I ready accept tied for second with pays to feed calves:
"- Gainesville.Mrs. a 11 ft. 1 inch Complaint will be taken as confess- creep
-s---- .
Big 8-Piece Maxie Carter the j: The importance of the Civil Air jump. Freda Kimbler had 11 ft.!I ed by you. support.For 1. Calves gain faster when grass
I spent : This notice shall be people that missed out on
Patrol is recognized by highestis publishedonce you
land Joan McDaniel had 10 ft. 5 and cow's milk are supplemented. -
weekend with her mother, Mrs. each week for four consecu
BUNKBEDOUTFIT I the free chicks because were
the only civilian volunteer organization tive week in the Bradford you .
inches. County
W. A. Starling, who is ill at the '
that is chartered by Telegraph. not one of our first 100 customers -
home of her sister, Mrs. Ellen I of the U. Next week's schedule calls for Dated this 29 day of March. 1955. we will have another free 2. Many feeders report 60 to 80
congress as an auxiliary OFFICIAL SEAL lbs. of
Charles extra
) A. Darby body weight by
Pettigrew, in Jacksonville.Mr. 50-yard dash preliminaries and
S. Air Force and as such may Clerk of the Circuit Court chick day in the future and it
and Mrs. T. H. Hutchinson civilian and military authority. It standing broad jump on Mondayfor : By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk : will be announced in this column. creep feeding.
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4/1 4t 4/!% 3. Creep fed calves dress
of Lakeland were weekend guestsof wear that uniform. 7th and 8th grade girls and on For jour information I would out
SAVE $20 Mrs. Hutchinson's sister, Mrs.C. Thursday for 9th and 10th grade j like to announce the winners cf higher, often bring a market

J. Houpt and Dr. Houpt.Mr I girls. To Renv43ieiyD the following contest: premium.
Court Of Honor "ft 5 4. Creep fed calves
sell 1 to 2
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle spent Basketball is taking the intra

Special I,Sunday visiting Mr. Doyle's mother. Here Next ThursdayA mural spotlight for the 7th and D 1it!t I 1. Cracker Eating: Miss Mary helps months her earlier.condition.Rests the cow,

-- Mrs. Annie Doyle, who is ill 8th grade boys. Preliminary. Ann Scott.
I at her home in Green Cove Court of Honor for Boy Scout games are being played this week.! 2. Balloon Bursting: Master 5. Creep feeding helps uniformity -

Springs. Troop 70 will be held in the court- and the semi-finals will be an. Edward Adkins of calves. Poor milkers eat

Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt werein room of the courthouse. Thursday nounced next week. The final take 5. Tallest Man: Mr. Riley more, keep weight up.
night April 28. at 8 o'clock. This IKHIIO CR TMLTSUWt ten Hum Sweat. 6. Creep fed calves put on enough
Orlando Thursday of last week
7rsTJhz4 will be the first Court of Honor I 4. Hog Calling: 3Ir. Albert extra weight: to pay Tor feed and
attending Florida
Medical Assn. convention.Ostepathic 'under the new policy of holding I NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE i Stafford. show more profit than noncreepfed

,it here instead of having Troop PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 4. Husband Calling: Tie between calves.
Mr and Mrs. R. J. Andrews '
I and Gainesville.The I and
70 Scouts travel to Mrs. Fra Geiger
4J I family of Wesconnett were last As provided by Chapter 207JS: Act- of 1941. X ,tici i il- herby gt\en '
Maj bo ustti as a bunk bed. I Court is for the purposeof that tangible personal property taxes assessed for year 1354; are now delinquent :\1 Margaret Loftin.
or a., separate twin bed outfit Saturday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. making promotions and award- and beginning April 1st such taxes are drawing interest of one 6. Door Prize: Mrs. Willy
I R. O. Dansby. The Dansbys also achievement.The per cent per month plus the proportionate cost of pub'.i.shir thIs notice.
Sohe jour sleepingtproLlent I ing Merit Badges for Unless the amounts set opposite t-H'-h roaM *lel'1are Paid! before the Brewer.It .
LP0Ct had as Sunday visitors, Mr. and general public, and especially first day of May, 1955 warrants will is sue thereon directing levy upon
Solve jour I Mrs. J. B. Dansby and family of members of the Rotary Club, the the seizure of the tangible personal property of the taxpayers for unpaid I was impossible for us to learn % $ )
I lur spuoe problem and' taxes penalties and additional costs. The name of delinquent p"r oiial '
I Perry, and Miss Linda Shiver of sponsoring organization, are invited -I property taxpayers and the amount cf taxes; including the cost of advertising who received the six frying size 4p.
a whooping $20 to- I the U. of F.Attending. to attend this monthly Courtof and the first month's penalty are as follows! chickens in 'the "Flying Circus."
boot! You get 2 Maple-1 the State Flower Honor. School Dlntrlet No. 1 iJack Hazen. Filling Station 37.S7 Thanking you again for jour
toned bunk beds 2 Alvarez. George R. S 14.89 Houston, H. H. 37.87 made
comfurUble which What
wonderful support About
Show in Ocala last Saturday were ,Alvarez. J. W. 5.37 I Hudson. Betty 4.01 Dairy
mattresses 2 Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. P. J. !Azalea Motel 27.71 ,Jordan. J. W.11.2J 19.06 this day suh a great success.
Postmaster Warns Brown. Sam G. H. 37.S7 Profits
,Mttle for 1955?
de-luxe springs Guard Quattlebaum Mrs. J. D. Doyle, ,Dryan. John L. 7.57 N'ewbern, Chris J., Studio 19.OS
rail and ladder! Mrs. V. V. Hazen Miss Clara Against Vandalism ,Cain, Williedemons 3.91 |nit t"h. Carl n. Health HintsSave
& Felder 3.91Shavr| P. J. 7.77 Come in soon and ask!' about Pur-
Leaman, and Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. :Crews. Johnnie D. 4.64 'Snack Ear 7.77 ina's
Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. an- 'Freeman, Lee 20.02 I Starling.; Joe S. 113.12 Time, Sate Money With Dairy Profit Plan: for 1933.

Get Several At This Price Young.Lt. nounces that he has received reports -'I Green. It. H., Jr. 31.00 Thomas. HerbTucker 5f.6 Purina Pig VonnerMerely It features a new easy way to
Jamie I Johns. A. P. 5.37 H. E. 37.87
who is
Worley. being of the depredation of rural !Joiner, M. V. 66.15 Williams Joe 19.06 spot low-producers that perhaps
transferred from the AFB at .mail boxes. Lee. Loy 110.09 Starke Radio and TV 19.06Prescott. feed Purina Pig Wormer are losing money and should be
STEAMER CHAIR Houston, Texas to AFB H. A., Jr. 2954 School<< DNtrlct<< .No. IS usual ration. That'sall culled
Eglin Such malicious and wilful dam- 'Tyson Oliver :.;:! Righam W. K., Jr 40.90 in place of from the herd. Don't for-
.49 Pensacole, is spending this week age to rural mail boxes is a violation Tyson, Illiam. Jr. 1.35 Douglas H. C. 2057 there is to worming pigs this get to ask for Purina's Dairy

Sling Scat Steamer Chair Solid with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and of the law and the postmast School District<< .No. 3 Green }l.M.lf D.. Jr. 40.90 new way. No starvation period; booklet. It's free. of course.
Andrews Mrs. K. E. 19.06 Harrell. 47.S1
ccmfort for those !hours of relaxation Mrs. Claude Crowson.Mr. er warns that persons responsiblefor Cook. W. R. 5.89 Hodges F;. W. 2U.S7 no setback. Costs only 4c to 6c

Sturdy oak frame Back adjusts and Mrs. Connie Clark of this damage will be held fully Crawford Driggers Furniture Zany Co. 131.92 11.53 Santa Mott. H.Fe H.Tele. Company SI697 21.59 JIM CHASTEEN

to 3 positions. Augusta, Ga. are visiting Mr. accountable for such action and Duckys 75.49 !Thomas, J. W. 26.64
Electric Service & Supply 131.9? Wait, Howard 28.70
REG. $2.79 Clark's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. I. 'iv]] be prosecuted to the full extent Farmers Supply S66S [ UW.. -1.- ., II II II .

E. Clark this week. of the law, If necessary. Frazier Comber, Joe Joseph 17.13 2.50 Bradford J. R. Kelly.County Tax:, Collector Florida. I . .BIIII.II.

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I TTTTffTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVLAWTEY 'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA4AHEILBRONN .heir son, J. E. McRae and familyat Florida j I John T. McLam, Defendant. I Bradford Count Tdq--aIMblivh ,; "'
\ end me the original in the office ol Case Xo. 10.953 i thisId'r i'i i,t \Z
Home Demonstration Green Cove Springs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I!I Order Of PubU'atioalld \olice loj'weekly isjues.itnew .
I Mrs. W. C. Clements He.il- or before the 16 day of May 1955.; i. Appear; state of Florida To: | \\ m\ Land and if :
otherwise the allegations ot salO'' John T. McLain, whose residenceand it Sir* -. 1-1: uda, thi- 'q.t0t'Fl' .
Notesby bronn Springs spent Thursday of .Complaint will be taken as confess- 'I' address is: I'nknomn. \ "I.\L >-r\I.1: ) ,'!Iar!.., .\, :
,.j ; last week with the H. M. McRaes. "d> by you. I You are required to app i: 11. : As Cleric it M. I ,"
By Mrs. Joyce T. FufchtAAAAAAAlAAAiiAAAAAAAAAA It)' Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA This notice shall be published May 16 1955. in the above HUM .i rV: .r. i\ L t'r..j1 ir. Pci',," ,
..l Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and once each week for four consecutive ,Court and caa*-e. wherein pl.Ln:;: U <. d l' i-. "l': CLArk 1" .
!!seeks! divorce and re&torau, J. ., ,
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- c i. : 11 1. -id I
I DOROTHY ROSS children Mrs. Sue Myrick, and graph. maiden name. \ : j.' 4 .
Miss Arthurire Blanchard of :Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby Mrs. Margie Underhill, all of Dated this 11 day of April 150OFFICIAL. ; !
e:: Home Demonstration Agent SEAL Charles A. Darby
( )
I Jacksonville spent the weekend :3f Tampa spent the weekend with Starke, visited the H. M. McRaes II Clerk of the Circuit Court
with her father, A M. Blanchard.Mr. relatives here.Granny Sunday afternoon. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

Washing WoolIf > fabric also indicate that the; less : and :Mrs. B"bby Bennett and Carmichael is back froma Mrs. C. K. Andreu of Panama I <__ 4/15 4t 5 6

you're washing wool blankets handling, rubbing or agitation of son of Palatka spent several days visit in Tampa to spend some City visited Mr. and Mrs. A. R. In Florida Circuit ('ourt. Bradford. County i SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING 11(1

: or other woolen clothes this spring the wool in water, the better for with relatives here last week. time with Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. Red McRae last week.OTIf I A.; In Mcswam Cbant'ery.Gladys : Plaintiffs,

try the easy soak method of getting I preventing shrinkage. In general, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton announce dish.Mrs. I William Order Of H l'ubU'atlonnol McSuain, Defendant.\otior To :

them clean. It saves energy lukewarm water and a detergentas the arrival of a daughter, Freida Crews visited her % TO ('JU nITOnS Appear; Male of Florida To:
and shrinkage. Worth recallingis mild as that used for shampoo Nancy Juleene, at St. Vincent's parents, the William Greens, Sun In Tbe Court Of The toontr Judge, WIlliam H. McSwain. whose, residence -i
and address Mrs bu.ieHojd.
I'0; :
llradford County Florida
a study of washing blankets in that is, a non-alkaline deter- Hospital, Jacksonville. on April day.Mr. In Probate. 54 Ranger Drive, Wa>'ljn, I BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
gent is suggested for washingwool. OF ThOMAS J. Charleston Heights. S. C.
automatic washers by the* Ohio and Mrs. Ted Shultz and l.RE: S
12.Mrs. You are required to appear on ELEGANT STYLIXG
Experiment Station several years When washed in this man- Louie Lee WAinwright and baby of Miami spent the weekend .GRIFFIN'1'011 (Creditor Deceased.nod Prmons I(*...- May 16, 1955, in the above named I. PERFECT
ago which showed that the agitation ner, wool blankets have a soft family attended services at the with her mother, Mrs. Delores leg Claim. or Demand Agaliint seeks Court divorce and cause.and wherein restoration plaintiff of TAILORING
Said R .ta't'l
of wool in water was the chief and fluffy feel First Baptist Churcn Sunday Carmichael. You and each cf you are hereby ,maiden name.Bradford I Call Peg at 239 for Advice and
cause of shrinkage. Briefly, hereis Economy In Food for the Elderly!: morning, and were dinner guestsof Mrs. Myrtle Alvarez was admit notified and required to present any I County Telegraph hall
publish this Order in next four
and demands which
claims you. or I
the blanket-washing developedto How to have an adequate dieton her mother, Mrs. T. C. Ed- .1'.ted to a Jacksonville hospital either of you. may have against the weekly I issues. i A Free Estimate
save shrinkage: Submerge the a modest Income is one of the wards. Sunday afternoon for observa estate of Thomas J. Griffin deceased Witness my hand and official, seal
late of said County. to the County at Starke Florida this April 9 1S55
blanket in water In which deter problems of many elderly people :Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Anders tnd Judge of Bradford County Florida (OFFICIAL SEAT.) Charles A. Darb\
gent is dissolved and allow a soak today. A great many older people son. Billy, were shopping in Jacksonville Belle Reddish of Starke ,said at his County office at in Starke.the court Florida houseof By Marian L.As Crosuv Clerk of Deputy said Court.Clerk CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

of 15 to 20 minutes. Then turn must economize closely because ; on Saturday.Mr. spent part of last week as the within eight calendar months from Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building,

the blanket over once or twice by their savings Or other funds for and :Mrs. Edward Hicks guest of her brother-in-law and the this time notice.of the Each first claim publication or demand of Jacksonville.. for PIt Florida.Attys. 4:15It 5 '6 I Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin

hand, spin off the water and refil their retired years are limited. 'and family of Rhode Island lecently -I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby. shall be in writing, and shall state
Starke Fla.
the machine for rinsing. The rinse, The type of diet recommendedfor visited his parents, Mr. and The Leroy Normans had as the place address of residence of the claimant.and post and office In Florida Circuit lu Court.Chnncrry.Bradford County ,

too, is done by soaking without oldsters can be expensive unless Mrs. N. P. Hicks. guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. S. shall be sworn to by the claimant. Mattie Ann MtLaiu ri.uutiff, \ U

operating the machine. Soak in carefully planned. It emphasizes -i Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Sapp of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. agent or attorney, and any such -
claim or demand not so filed shall
rinse water 5 minutes, extract the foods which "rate" for protein and Mr. and Mrs Carl Prevatt Marklee Norman and baby of be void. l'

water and turn the blanket whilea minerals, and vitamins, rather wee recent visitors at the homeof Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mamie A!' administrator Elizabeth Griffin of the, Estate The tire 1 of!! today and tomorrow!

second deep rinse comes into than the energy foods which Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Jr. Norman Jr. of Camp Blinding. of Thomas J, Griffin, deceased !
the machine. Extract water and I often are cheaper, but are needed In Ocala. Rev. :Milton Dukes is spendingthis 4/8 4t 4/29

stretch blanket to bring it back less as people become less active :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cruce of Orlando week in Charleston, N. C. MJTICK TO AFPRin safer

into size and shape. When dry, physically. The protein foods spent the weekend with the and Dalton, Ga. la Florida Circuit la Court Cbanerrr., Bradford ('"uath Strong ..distinctivelyr

brush to restore fluffiness. cheese, milk, meat, fish, poultryand Frank i Cruce family. Miss Kiefer, home economics Webster I). Walker. Plantiff. ,
Other studies of washing wool eggs so important for adequate teacher in Starke, visited in the I'earl Walker, Defendant. .
Mrs. B. E. Reddish spent several Case :Xo. 10-936
diets may take a large homes of Nancy Conner, Sophia Nnllrr To .\pprartTo .
AAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAACHARLEY last week with her sister-in- beautiful !
share of the food dollar. The days Adkins and Wanda Norman, Mon- : Pearl Walkernho e residence .
< law Mrs. J. G. Godwin, at the and address is: Unknown.You
leafy, green and yellow vegetables State Farm. day afternoon.Mr. are hereby notified that a
tomatoes and fruits recommendedalso and Mrs. L. H. Futch informed suit for

may run up food costs unless Harold Starling is employed in us that we omitted the Divorcehas been filed against you in ,hI: .' ;:
purchased wisely. Winter Garden. His wife and baby names of three home-room moth above named Court and cause and 1t.; : :
are staying with the Steve Star you are required to serve a copy ofyow' .- ,( ,'11
ers who assisted in the :
But there are ways to keep serving answer or pleading to the "
ling family until his leturn. their complaint on the Plalitiffa : 'S
costs down considerably and still youngsters at Easter Egg E K. Starke = ir't1" tl.
Mrs. J. S. Eunice Sr and Mrs. Mrs. Attorney Perryman
have a good did Some foods hunt. They were Gladys ;:
cost several times as much as J. S. Eunice Jr., visited Mrs Brad Green, Mrs. Mildred Crews, and .

# > ". ethers of similar nutritive value Norton and young daughter in Mrs. Hiatt. Sorry to have made .. I .
and use in the diet. Among the Jacksonville this week. this error. '

} vegetables, carrots, some of the Mrs. E. J. Whelan was chap- It you have news you would i: I II 1
erone for The Spanish Club at like in the paper, please get it tome tia

i' ;t, J____ --JCOLONIAL their meeting in Tampa on Satur,'IJ by Monday afternoon. I I turAllNylon .t'

day. I I .
I lIti11 I
Guests of Mr. and Mis. E. J. II

I Raulerson on Sunday were Mr. I
E. JOHNS & SON and Mrs. Harold Bradley of Baldwin 'TUBELESS

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannonof "

about this questionI FLORISTPHONE Jacksonville and Mr. "and Mrs. By roily Walt Jr GOOOfiE4R f' '

Coleman Bennifield of Macclenny. by a jaoo4

Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Harleyof AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGarden
the contractor in full I '
paid 218FLOWERS Heilbronn visited Mr.: Harley'smother Club MeetingThe Put tubeless Double Eagles when he completed our new Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., Brooker Garden club met them on every car you ever own! You get all the time- '
Now I find he failed i of 3-T All-Nylon Cord '.
home. advantages
Sunday afternoon.Mr. proved
8 in the
at o'clock
Friday night "See here Jones, can't drive .
-00 all the
to for the building materials and Mrs. Horace and and exclusive Grip-Seal construction plus sensational -
pay Tayloi Community Center with the president -
40 miles just to eat at the new tubeless benefits! Enjoy the safety of its Resist-A-
and that I am responsible -! family of Jacksonville were recent Margaret Coram, presiding. Guidon Grill!" Skid tread design, "Velvet Ride comfort, even better blowCET YOURS NOW on our ":\0
for these bills. Should guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. It was decided to hold a special : out and punctare protection, distinctive beauty! LOSS"TRADE-IN PLAN! Regardless;

I have insisted that the contractor -i J. Griffis. meeting next Friday night for reelection With traveling folk ... Your eU' tires may make lit down poymiirt. of well the allow condition you their of )our ful present value when tires,

be 'bonded' to protect For AU Occasions Richard Durban spent the week- of officers. we'te passed the test ,1' Pay as little as $1.25 a WEEK traded on Tubeless Double Eagles.
end in Valdosta, Ga. with his sister '
myself? The 55-56 yearbook was plan- They try them all

John Brown family attended Refreshments of doughnuts and .
POTTED PLANTS services at the Highland Bap.
Cokes were served by the. hos-

Charley E. Johns POTTERY tist Church on Sundiy. tesses, Mrs. Doris Kelley, :Mrs.
Major Hugh B. Ingram Jr. at- Theo Dyal and Mrs. Lottie Ed- SERVICE STATIONSEEBER
tended the Florida National Guard wards. I
Flowers JViredAnywhere GOODMAN'S
Officers' Association Convention at Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller and Mr. Kopelousos Owner
Hotel Fort Harrison in Clearwater p D. GOODMAN
& Son Agency and Mrs. Charley Roberson were

last. weekend.Mr. .in Cedar Key Sunday. Starke, Fla. 1 'n: U. S. 301 at South City Limits
StarkeALVAREZ' and Mrs. L. C. King of I Mrs. W. E. Bigham entertained 7
Nona St.
Phone 13 Starke Fla.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvY1. Starke have moved into their new 'Mrs. Carl Gens of Fredonia, N. Y., .
home, west of Lawtey, near the Mrs. George Wait of Cassadaga, N. 1 -..-

. F. S. Campbells. I Y. Mrs.
- - - Walter Woodin of Cran-
Judy Taylor, a 5th grade studentat ford. N. J., and Mrs. Ernest Ed-

Men's Clothing Lawtey. has been CDnfhed in wards and :Mrs. Howard Wait at a
I ll1 STORE I Doctors where she
Established 1894f'WSTVJ Hospital, was luncheon Wednesday.Bruce .
operated on for appendicitis. Her L. Guest and Gene Easomof

friends will be glad to welcome Nashville, Ga. are visiting the
'ITSI;11'!:.?$: 1: 1":.K .7-; _.-:.r'r.: .":"Cr::.. =':::::'1!"" ; .-:._ .'_'r7"" '.:;: .T L "JBIAS I her back to school Bill Bighams this week.

Mrs. Betty Joe Rodriguez visited Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano at- settle for

TELEVISION SERVICE I her husband. in Chattahx>chee last tended church services and the

weekend.Mr. baptism of their grandchildren,
and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson and Melissa
Ray Ann Gano, at
$1.00 Mrs. Avie Pearce, Mrs. O. J. Phillips Melrose Sunday.Mr. .

Mrs. H. B. Arwood, Mrs. Sam
PLUS TUBES FOR IN CITY and Mrs. George Wait of
Hicks and Mrs. O. J. Anders, at- Cassadaga, N. Y. and Mr. and

tended the W. M. U. Rally at Ga- Mrs. Carl Gens of Fredonia, N. 1949 in

TELEVISION SERVICE CALLSFor dara Baptist are sorry Church to report last that Friday.We O.. Y.Mrs.returned Wait to and their daughters home Friday.and a engine '

J. heart attack,
Phillips suffered a
Tube ReplacementI Stanley Green were in Jackson-
at his home Monday evemrsr. We ville on business recently.
FLY-BY-NIGHT TO 9OQ: P.M. wish for him a speedy recovery.leafy We -
are sorry to report that Coy
TO SERVICE YOUR T.V. AND RADIOI and canned Edwards is confined t3; the hos-
greens many
I vegetables are relatively low in pitatyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 1955 truck !
: have brought you a new era in Service Prices in

Starke. Stick with me and I will see that you always citrus price. fruit For has the been past an economicalbuy few years your new

have Fair Service Prices.
for vitamin C. Milk, a very

Friendly relations with you in all your service problems.Don't important food in the diet of older PINE LEVEL

settle for less than a BEST deal. 20 years ex people, is often considered too expensive I

perience. No crew to pay. No big overhead. I do but actually is an inexpensive by :Mrs. 1!. .U MiUae: The most important engine ,
source of calcium. On a ,
my own work. '
tight budget, evaporated milk or 1 LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjjEaster
advancement in is
I J'
CALL 427-W NOW nonfat dry milk may be used for years
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
f '

BIAS TELEVISION SERVICEFARMERS !cooking poses especially.Meat the biggest. problem, Robert. P. Barber Starling and were children Mr. and of East Mrs.J. revolutionizing truck power! S': / ,. : 1955

.--..... --;,;.;. ..11"k .... _.J yet there is a wide variation in Point, Mrs. J. F. Turner of Bar- It's short-stroke design. Make if '
',. -' ..-'. '. "_,- -'-..-. ..-- -_.-.' J." ,-. .. -' ",_,'.?..-'' ,,- .',.-,...-:,.-: ,'k-'._'_-,'k'-.. .... .-.,L price.the least Often expensive the leanest and cuts may are be berville and Mrs. Viola Cheshireof '

JL made tender by chopping long hunt Palatka with the Also Starlings enjoying were the egg Dr. .T you get it in your new truck. ._ ,

!slow cooking, P.r other methods. R. S, '
Mullms and small son Robert I :
Fish, a good alternate, is cheap In lot Starke., :t--.!'." ___

I SUPPLY 'many a very urban good buy.centers. Poultry is I C.Mrs.Conner H. H.and Lewis daughter and ,Mrs.Yvonne W. UJOK UNDER TH HOOPI I tfr: j

'' Older people generally need and (visited Mrs. B. M. Thomas at ;
,' A. R. JOHNSON prefer smaller quantities of food Brooker last Friday.Mr. \ 'ir4 I

than younger people. Thus, it and Mrs. W. R. Haislopand .
pays to save waste by not buying Mrs. Louise Ward and daughter '*.., :._. Check the specifications! If the stroke is 9'
FEEDS I fir preparing too much of anyone Joyce visited relatives in 7 WD as short as, or shorter than the bore-it's a
I food. "....... short-stroke engine. Reduced piston travel, "
Jacksonville last ,. '
friction. Piston rings last up
'. cuts
!Good Grooming Philosophy -
:Mrs. C. V. Green returned home Gas to '
I If is in good physical _ _ to 53% longer. savings up
GROCERIES a person Monday after spending two weeksat 4,- _ one gallon in seven!
|and mental health he takes great
Osborn S. C. with her son and
!pride in appearing pleasing to / _
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O .

FERTILIZERS j,;!which other people.he can This express is one the way enjoy-in W. Jackson and family. Mrs. Jack .,_ '-. ._. _. _' '3L J.. ...all-= -t!
son her home.
accompanied .
I ment he derives from living. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae visit _' .,......4'. :... I

-v --- dct I As a stranger approaches his ed friends and relatives in Jacksonville -. ONLY FORD gives you a modern
t "G'J..RY AND: AIL LIVESTOCK appearance gives a definite impression Monday. They also visited : 1} ft ;1v' !

r-- _' I' of his! personality before I Short Stroke engine, V-8 or Six, !
anything else is known about him.
I &klwt.tt.
uu..... SI .-... From a distance we can judge MONUMENTSLOWEST in every truck! I
him by his general posture. An I

,{B lJwll! erect carriage with an alert walk Ford's: got four Short Stroke V-8's and a i

I fG /; l! !l' J : suggests youth and vitality, whereas PRICES! Short Stroke Six! Why settle for an outdated long- i
a stooped figure suggests older FINEST QUALITYINo I .- --- -
age and fatigue.At stroke engine? A short-stroke engine saves you I II

I &AR4NTQI1 FEEDS close! range there is an opportunity Extra ChargeFor more now protects ultimate trade-in value, too!
i 1 1I
to observe whether he is Setting In Or Near I

We're pi cud to display this sign appearance a clean wellcared-for and condition person.of The his STARKEATLANTIC I I Ford Trucks

I skin, eves, hair. teeth, and hands I Ca//ui noW mp Economy i

A, are subject to more careful scru.
It Dean we've jed with lied actual farm use for profitable feed.
Rot Guaranteed Feeds to o'tr: yuu ing.Highest quality ingredients plus ""' tiny and i'n immediate .Il ; THE MONEYMAKERS_ FOX 55 ".D.".$
'I the finest feeds fur every form need. over a century of experience art basis for judging his personal at- :
E\ery Red Rose Feed is 1C on. your guarantee that only the 6noItfticalIy tractiveness.

compounded and tested in feeds bear the name RN Rose. Since the major portion of personal --,.-

contacts in the home, at MEMORIALS INC I Andrews Motor Co0MADISON ;

school on the job or in social ESTABLISHED 1930

Iphone 51.W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts. activities is with people at close
range, it is very important to 71$ fOMST ST.

achieve a well-cared-for effect by JACKSONYIUI, FLORIDA!) & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA. :
; .- --> ,: '. -- ,';....--- '; ,: ......;.,'-.....:.:. :,', ,: '.-< ::.,_. '<;. good grooming.


1 J. .



By Bill Baas r .

BY \

SERVICE ', .-: Prize Winning Flowers The Starke Garden ClubAT NATIONAL HARDWARE WEEK

The Board of Supervisors for the organic material he can. f
Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Every Day BARGAINS

trict held their monthly meetingat Dr. Brownlee used the District's
Lloyd Green's home. Those at- rotocycle mower w mow his new The American Legion Halllr,1
the meeting were V. H. Pensacola Bahia pasture.
tending Jimmy
Ferguson Chairman; Lloyd Green, stated that the mower did a good For All OccasionsFLOWERS % KEMTONE AND

J. B. White and Zedra Hamilton, job of mowing down the weeds .r, 20 OFF
Supervisors; G. T. Huggins Secretary which will give the grass more TEXOLITE PAINTS
: Leon Carter and Bill Haas growing room.Freeman .
Soil Conservation Service. April 23 April 24
The Board voted to supply the Register used the District -
ministers of Bradford County with fertilizer distributor to fertilize ISiPMC CLOSE-OUT PRICES ON
booklets on soil stewardship. Soil his Pensacola Bahia pasture.He 2-8:00 P.M. t 1-7:00 P.M.

Stewardship Sunday will be May used a 6-6-6 fertilizer. Nationally Advertised Hardwares
15th all over the Nation. The I WIRED ANYWHERE

Supervisors are asking the ministers HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES
of our Country to set aside
one service on May 15th for the I CALL 218
The final plans for the District

speaking contest were. made. The I I Making sausage is one of the LAWNBOY POWER LAWN MOWERS
finals will be held at the Cattle old-time arts of farm homemakers.

men's meeting April 29th. If everything But it may be a surprise to mod- COLONIAL FLORISTCYNTHIA
goes right the Young people ern city and surburban wives to
from the Methodist Church will know that they may easily makeup President, Mrs. M. F. Hazen
serve the supper. The proceeds a small batch of fresh sausageas
from the supper will go to one of a treat to their families now SCHMIDT Show Chairman. Mrs.[ V. V. Hazen STARKE HARDWARE CO.

their church projects. while pork is so plentiful and generally Staging Chairman, Mrs. M. F. Hazen

I such a good buy. Make up a Nona St. Starke, Fla. Co-Chairman. S. E. Sparks
The District in cooperation with pound, for example, on a SaturdayFor H. C. RITCH
the F.F.A. Chapter is going to Sunday breakfast. Equipment Schedule Chairman, Mrs. R. F. Young
carryon a Soybean planting dem- needed is only a sharp trimming Cochairman. James Groover
onstration on the District's nursery knife and a food chopper.
plot. The seed for the demonstration Individual taste in sausage sea- Entries Chairman, Mrs. Russell Norman

will be supplied by Zedra soning differs greatly, meat spe- Co-Chairman.:'. J. D. Doyle
Hamilton. Both Zedra and J. R.Wainwright cialists of the U. S. Department o?
If you're a green thumb or if you're just green with Classification Chairman, Mrs. F. B. Beard
state that they have
Agricultural Some
say. may
Flowers must have the best of to win _
some home grown see! availablefor lke two or three times a" much envy of the pretty flowers in the show Co-Chairman, Mrs. T. J. Alderman care prizes
interested in planting others. Some like
anyone seasoning as
soybeans this season. more of one seasoning and less of THESE ARE FOR YOU RIGHT NOW Chairman Judges, Mrs. J. A. Griffin while you are not out to win a prize it is importantthat

another. Sot pays to start with Awards Chairman, Miss Clara Leaman
Emil Meyer and Claude R a,small batch see how the. recipe you take the best care of your health
Bradford both new comers to our uits the ,family, then adjust the Hospitality Chairman, Mrs. Paul Raymond
County,made requests for a soil reasoning in the next batch as de Co-Chairman, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez
conservation farm plan. Emil's sired.; Here's how: Azaleas -- Althea'sDahlia can safeguard your's by letting us fill your pre

place Is located on Lake Hamptm Buy a rib-end pork roast loina Properties .chairman. Mrs. T. B. Harding

Claude's place is located north of cut that has about the right pro- -- Calendula -- Gladiola Bulbs Co-Chairman Mrs. E. Lawson scription with only the best ingredients, compoundedexact
Starke. He used the District's portion of fat and loj'n for gd
seeder cutipacker to plant Hairy sausage. (Generally, this: is abouta Flower Seeds Junior Chairman, Mrs. R. F. Demorest by Expert Pharmacists

Indigo in his pecan grove, Claude third fat and two-thirds lean.) Publicity Chairman, Mrs. Harry Mooty
the soil needs a lot Trim the meat the
it he-feels from bone except -
.CoChairmanIrs.. Claude Crowson
or organic matter and that ,he for.the leanest portion which

plans to turn under all the green may be sayed for pork chops if I Clean-up Chairman, Mrs. Maxie Carter e
"esired. Cut the.meat. in pieces CaChairmanMrs. F. J. Shaw
small enough to go into the food FERTILIZERS AND GARDEN TOOLS
DIRTGOOD i chopper conveniently and then Finance Chairman, Mrs. E. A. Hall THIS IS IMPORTANT
FILL weigh it. If you like h'ph seasoning .HOSE. ALL TYPES SPRINKLERS Co-Chairman, Mrs. E. D. Tenly
here's a mixtate for one
RICH pound of the meat Mix thoroughly

2 1-2 teaspoons! salt; 1-4 teaspoon -
TOP SOILSee black pepper; 2 1.2 teaspoons CLASSIFICATIONSSection
rubbed sage; 1-2 teaspoon 1
For milder seasoning use Sl1gU'j+

mixture. Some people like ta add Artistic Arrangement Galleries KOCH DRUG STORE
BILL JACKSON a little clove, nutmeg or mace, Garden Club Members Only
One caution in varying seasoning;
Jackson Transfer Company Never taste the raw sausage. Wait SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE Class 1. Our Fire Department Keynote: Color, tints, I
Phone 165 ui.til thoroughly cookod. tones and shades of red. PHONE 53
Mix meat and seisonings well. Class 2. Our Police Department Yellows in small blue I

Put through the food chopper container. f
twice using the medMim-lir.e: blade. Class 3. Our Theatre Suggested by title of well known fE I E
Cover and let stand in the refrig- fI!
PEST CONTROL movie or play.
erator overnight for the
seasoningand Class 4. Our Merchants Fruits, vegetables, foliages.No I
meat to "blend". Form into t tI
TERMITESALL patties.To flowers. E I tI
Tires OF cook, place pUies in a cold -" :-- Class 5. Our Church Interpretative of great reverence. i

Household Commercial fry pan with no added fat and :;(:tARD N..; Color with white. Starke's Only
GROVE SPRAYING cook over low heat until thoroughly Class 6. Our Parks A symetrical arrangement of foliage.No I
done so that the meat has no flowers allowed. I j-
Call for estimate
trace of pinkish color. i Class 7. Our Drifters Keynote: Harmony. Dried or

Florida Pest Control i Q' ::7 fresh plant material in or on a natural container suchas r

& Chemical Co. CHINCH TO ATTACK BUG LIKELY I..AnXT driftwood, shell, stone, bamboo, etc. = COMPLETE NURSERY

2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035 | -.- Class 8. Our Tourists Newcomers Open only to those
Gainesville, Fla. 01"'F.R AND EQUIPMENT FOR GREEN THUMBERS who have not won blue ribbons previously.Class .
"If you notice a spot in your I 9. Our Small Fry 1. Minitures. Size not to exceed -
St. Augustine grass lawn turning, 3 inches, overall. 2. Small Three to eight INVITES YOU TO
'25i csm yellow, it's time to make an inspection -! inches, overall.

for chinch bugs" sug-1 HOES -- RAKES Class 10. Our Neighbors Open to members of Garden

Bests Agricultural Extension Service Clubs who have not held a flower show. Come And See The Complete Variety of Plants
Entomologist James E. Grog 1. "For the FirstDate" rAnd
don i SMALL GARDEN TOOLS Class 11. Our Society Page Corsages.
: 2. "For A Dinner Party".
Yellowing of grass could he
caused by nematodes sod webworms : ALL KINDS GARDEN HOSE Flowers We Have .
drought, plant food defi-l Section 2 Junior Division

ciency, or by chinch bugs Likely' AND SPRINKLERS School Children Grades 1 thru 8
at this time of the your'
trouble is chinch bugs. I Class 1. Dish Gardens All plants must be rooted and PRICES

Inspection for chinch bugs is difficult -, growing. 1. Growing in any cooking utensil. 2. Mini-

r because they are very small. I FERTILIZERS --- SEEDS ture container 4" and under. 3. Containers over 4".
The nymphs or young are about 4. Containers over 8".

Loans For CitizensOf in one color twentieth when inch long, reddish I Class 2. Wall Plaques An arrangement of plant ma- STARKE NURSERYRUBY

Starke And adults first hatched The terials on board, tray, bark, etc. to be used as wall
are about one fifth inch I
long, black in color with a white FARMERS SUPPLYA. hanging.
Trading Area patch on the back. [ Class 3. Diorama Pictures A three dimensional picture JOHNS RONNIE MUNDORFF

To determine chinch bug presence R. JOHNSON staged in cigar box or like container.
Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville in yellowed area of the Class 4. Potted Plants 1. Specimen. 2. Collection.
offers the people of Starke their both ends from a la lau'n.I'rPmove Phone 51-W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts.

famous loan plans.These plans are can and insert the can 2 inchej in-I} Section 3 Horticulture
designed to help worthy working
to the ground at the edge of the
people ef alii walks of life. The Garden Club Members and Public
damaged spot (Not in the dead I
"GET ACQUAINTED" $%3.00 or
area.) Fill
the can with water
50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more and Class 1. Growing Plants.
popular BUDGET Loan. This agitate the grass around in 1. Foliage INSURE YOUR FLOWERS WITH
can. and within a few minutesthe I
consolidates! the many bills you 2. Flowering or Fruited
now hate into a ONE payment float to the bugs surface if of present the water(,' fFIVf II'fr$1.1$ Class 2. Flowering or Fruited Vines 12 to 30 inches. Top Quality FertilizersAT I

plan with One place to owe. This in the can.When *>>-'w..AM..W.w.: ,. one plan may sate you up to 50
Class 4. Home vegetables
it is definite that chinch grown
per rent of what you are now THE
not call Marion bugs are causing your damage, Mr. 1. Specimen plate of 3.
Finance paing.by today at 5333 Gainesville Rrogdon says it's time to begin I 2. Collection Space 12 in by 12 in. Most Economical PricesWE
treatment. First the ,Class 5. Roses. 1 Specimen
yep! Call us collect and let wet lawn I
Marion Finance solve those Money good by sprinkling it for at least'i 8 1. Red 2. Pink 3. White 4. YeIlo5.. Bi-Color
robleras with one of those fast an hour. Next, he recommends tn 6. Collection-6 stems 7. Peace Rose-1 stem. SELL

helpful Loans Remember the application of DDT. Repeat the' 1e Special award for best rose in show.
payment plan is made to fit jour application in from 10 to 14 daysto Class 6. Annuals 3 stems
Dud,.t. be sure to kill the many nymph: I l 1. Petunia 2. Snapdragon 3. Aster 4. Delphinum -
which will have
hatched after the 5. Poppy 6. Larkspur 7. Pansies-6 blooms
George Ellis the friendly managerat initial treatment.For .
8. Nasturtium-6 blooms 9. Sweet Peas-6 blooms
Marion welcomes fA.ARMOUR.
Finance you best results add one pintof
to inquire into the Loans offer by 25 cent DDT emulsion 10. Others. .
this Loan Company Remember centrate per to 1-2 pound of 50 con-percent :< .,.,:.....:...""< ..-. ...,.,:<>xEhitliidar...<'<< Class 7. Hibiscus / I .
also that this Is another business wettable powder to 10 to 15.: Class 8. Perennials 3 stems
transaction which is confidential gallons of water and apply the! y, f Class 9. Bulbous 1 stalk BIG CRO@
i 1. \
ts just between the borrower and mixture evenly to 1,000 square''I 1. Gladiolus 2. Easter Lily 3. Calla 4. Gloriosa / / UI.1\\\uu

the Lender The cost is smalL feet of lawn. Application may be| 5. Crinum 6.Watsonia; white b. colored 7. Day hlekeFlaatfood ..
For Instance $30.00 for SO days Is made by spray equipment or with j; Lilies-1 scape a. plain colors b. bi-colors 8.Amaryllis1 t.erkDo 1BROYNLEE ,,
only $LM Interest cost Other a sprinkling can.
stalk a. white b. red c. pink d. bi-color.: Int
plans. are In proportion So For additional help with your Class 10. Any others
for yonr next money needs see ,lawn problems contact your I
Uarlon.FInance at Gainesville. I county agent, Mr. Brogdon sug- STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY
: I Section ,.
gests. -
Marion Finance I iYOU'LL
Garden Club Members and Public

Company Inc. PHONE 45 or 333: At S.A.L. Depot
LOVE the new Ester- Class 1. AquariumsClass & CHASTEENNear
218 West University Ave brook purse-size fountain pens in 2. Miniature Gardens

Over The Gainesville Gas Co. pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford Starke, Florida Class 3. Garden Exhibits S.A.L.

Phone 5333 County Telegraph. Class 4. Educational Exhibits or wild or garden flowers or DepotI"SIDAY.


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FRIDAY APRIL 8,*. 1935

TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYYYTYTYYTYYTYTYYYYYYTYYYYYT ing are asked to register. Typing and members are deeply gratefulto la Circuit ConH. Bradford Coanty,-I j your answer or pleading to the Messed by Jjou. -- Dated this i day of Apru---:9,5!----

classes will be offered to recent all of you individually and col Florida la Chancery. j complaint on the Plaintiff This notice shall be publishedonce (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Donald D. Nirmaier, Plaintiff, '4 Samuel W. Oetzen
school well vs. Attorney P. O. each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court I
high graduates as as lectively. Rose Mary '
Nirmaier. Defendant.Case Box 81. Gainesville\ Florida
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy adults since this is a new offeringin Reno Theatre To Open Soon Order Of PBbllration Aad No.Notice 10-934 To I'and the file Clerk the of original tke Circuit in the Court officeof on ,"graph. 4 5 i' 4 iJThat's

the curriculm. According to "Pop" Pullum he Appears Mate Of Florida Tot or before the 9 day of May
Ozora Johnson, Editor -Giving And Reno movie center will open soon Rose Mary Nirmaier. whose resi- !1955; otherwise the allegations of I I
Sharing 'dence and address is; Route 2, New ,said Complaint will be taken a!
...V Hampton Training School has under new management. Watch Richmond, Wis. confessed by you. : Our Business
this paper for opening date. Good You are required to appear on This notice shall be publishedonce n L S S
made a partial report of $19 to May 2, 1955 in the above named each week for four consecutive! V
If It's Glass
We Have
Polio Vaccinations
To Be Chen The Macedonia It :
pastor of Baptist the Red Cross. According to prin- pictures will be shown, with; special Court and cause, wherein plaintiff weeks m the Bradford County Telegraph -I 4 -

All first and second grade pupilsof Church, Hampton, praised him for cipal Mellonease Taylor total matinee on Saturday for the seeks divorce, custody, control and I CALL WRITE or VISIT

Bradford County will be given the message and the Board of of $28 will be reported.a Many children. If you support your com- |support Bradiora of county minor child.lelegraph shall I (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 6 day) Charles of April A,1955.Darby

vaccinations if their parents have Trustees of the. Hospital for the thanks to Susan Williams for munity theatre you will soon be publish this Order In next fourweekly Clerk of the Circuit Court i Joe Peters Glass Co.
Issues. .By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
signed and returned consent slipsto fine which included'
planning able to like "A
very first films
get run
working so hard to make the above Witness my hand and official seal : 4/i 4t 4 e>
the teachers and principals.The our group. He stated that we report. Mrs. Hall, executive direc- Man Called Peter." Our children |at 1955.Starke, Florida, this March 38 I 1 FOR ANY GLASS NEED
vaccination will be given by would have of the mod- NOTICE TO APPKUla
one most wholesome recreation and ,
tor, feels that will (OFFICIAL SEAL We
we reach: our ) Charles A DarbyAs Circuit Court Bradford County. Design Modern Store Fronts
nurses Dr. Covington and othersin ern hospitals in the state of Flori-j quota. We urge you to join today. this is one way we can keep them' Clerk of said Court Florida I la t'aaneery.Callie A Just Mail Us A Pattern far
the in two different da. Rev. Johnson that By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Plaintiff, ,
upper arm indicated The out of the street and out of bad Bryan v' Raymond -
Cancer Drive is' on and we Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life Defendant. Table
doses on April 21 and May 12. he was glad to see progress in the company.One BIdgJacksonville, }o'iorida.Alt.s. Tops
i are hoping to make a large con- Case No. lO- :.1)
Transportation will be furnishedfor county, because when the county tribution in an effort to Act Play April 25 for Plf. 4/1 4t 4/22 :Notice To Appear 1313 N W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FIt 2-4353
prevent,. I To: Raymond Bryan, whose residence -
all schools the School Board. rises rise and when it 'I
we goes cure and control Cancer. Large The 8th grade of R. J. E., and address is unknown.

Supt. Morgan has asked that all down we go down. A generous collection containers have been placed in taught by L. S. Williams, will pre- Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAHIfm Conaty I You are hereby notified that a
pupils be carried to the Health was raised by E. R. Shell sent a play entitled "Aunt Miran-i Florida IB Ckanrrrr.Mamie 'suit Divorcehas for :

Center by their teachers and be and B. H. Cambridge which was your the Cancer community committee.by members Drop in of da's Will" plus a musical variety 1 Defendant Jo Miller, \s. Robert C. Miller I been filed against you in the FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD

there before 11:30. All donated to the church the a I above named Court and cause and I
persons by dime show featuring Alfred Lee Baker, Case No. 10-936 '
or a few cents of'
each lime you are required to serve a copy
you voile. To .
should enter from the North side Bradford County Teachers Asso- see one of these cans.P. Mildred Aaron Pearly B. Pitman, : Robert Apprar.To C. Miller, whose residence [your answer or pleading t'> the com-
of Church Street and out the ciation of which Principal C. C. and address '| ulaint on the Plaintiff* Attorney Served
go John Henry Nathaniel, Joan Jerkins is: c/o L. A. Anywhere
T, A. "Chit""Chat"The T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla.,
Shaw p
opposite way in order to avoid Anderson is president. RJE Willie Hudson, Vera Coleman You are Company hereby, Macon notified Georgia.that I' and file the original In the office of

congestion. If the vaccine does rot Silver Tea At LawteyThe PTA is sponsoring a Rosa Lee Moore and Dan suit forDivorce a :he Clerk of the Circuit Court on I S REGULAR DINNERS
"Family lor before the 9 day of ,
Rally" for the new piano ,
the control and
arrive according to schedule old school building at Law that has been Fleming. I port of minor childrenhas sup- 1955: ; otherwise the allegations of SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES
dates will shift one week later in tey was the scene of a beautifultea recently purchasedfor been filed against you in the I said Complaint will be taken! as
the new cafetorium. i confessed by !I S
President above named Court i you. HOME COOKED PIES
cause and
April and May. arranged by teachers A B. Sophia Royal is asking all fami- you are required to serve a copy of! once This each notice week shall for foul be consecutive published i -.-.-.- -.-.-.-.- _'_'_J_,_,_,_,_,_,_ L-
Anderson and Z. The your answer or pleading to the
Jennings. complaint -
Irons Club Talent Contest
lies to give $1 to help make the YOU'LL LOVE the new El+ter- on the Plaintiff's Attorney weeks in the Bradford County Tele Specializing In
On May 6 at the Bradford High guest speaker was Madam Wrightof 'payments through the T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. graph.
School Stadium the colored talentof Jacksonville, who was accompanied summer brook purse-size fountain pens in and file the original in the office of Dated this 6 dalof April 1955. SEAFOODS AND STEAKS
months. Each family is asked to I the Clerk of OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ;
Bradford County will be pre- by a large number of the report at the meeting on Wednes- pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford or before the the 2 Circuit day Court of May on, Clerk of the Circuit Court!I I'

sented by the Lions Club in an members of her prayer band. The day, May 4. Vice-president E. V. I County Telegraph. 1955 said;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken of I 3y Marian L. Crosby Deputy 454t429OTICI Clerk
as confessed
amateur contest. According to program included much pupil tal- :
Singleton is still in HoLe Sound, by you.
Mr. Mainor, teacher at BUS, three ent which indicates the very fine but sends greetings and host wishes :I I f This notice shall be publishedonce I > ; TO APPEAR
will be awarded to winners: training being received in music .' !NOTICE TO APPEAR each week for four consecutive{II. Circuit Court, Bradford Couaty, BROWN DERBY
and we hope that she spent a. I. Circuit Court. Bradford Ceuaty weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Florida I IB Chaurery.
$25 defense bond $10 defense and other areas at Lawtey Train- i i"Happy Natal Day." 'I Florida I. Caanrerr. graph. I Edward Louis Thiele, Plaintut, v. _
stamps, and $5 defense stamps.All ing School. Principal announcesthe ,L. P. Snyder Plaintiff, vs. Sara Dated this :Ii day of March 1955. Dorothy Thielr, Defendant I I II
Lincoln City will sponsor May iSnyder, Defendant. Case No. 10-926 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby Case No. Iw-*4i.Notice Ethel Crews Jeff
dedication services for (
talented persons are askedto first Clerk of the Circuit Court.I To AppearTo '
I, Notice To Appear
register with supervisor John- any Negro school in Bradford Day festivities according to Prin-. To: Sara Snyder whose residenceand By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk : Dorothy Thiele, who e r !"i- and ("hancey,
cipal S. C. Price. Plans are being address Is: %05 East 4th Street 4/1 4t 4/22 dente and address is: 1$ Walnut Bveljn Wise CAFE
son on or before Saturday, May County to be held on Sunday, May .. Anniston Alabama Strf'et"ald..n.. New York i!
made for a gala affair. Owners Chef
29 so that you will get a chanceto 1, at 3 p. m. The general public Principal You are hereby notified that a NOTICE: TO APPEAR You are hereby notified that a
Price has written principal Max- !suit for la Circuit Court, Bradford County, suit forDivorce
compete for these wonderful is cordially invited. The formal 1 Florida la Chaucer and --ettlenient of ream! | <
[well Saxon of Dunbar High School, __ m- = : ::gt _
prizes. The Lions Club has been program will appear in this paper has been filed against you in the Lessie Mae Ratson, Plaintiff, vs En- i I estate title .. :j
Green Cove Springs, to secure the nis James Batson, Defendant. ;has been filed against you In the ,
above named Court and cause and
next week. Come out and see this I '
highly praised by Mr. Morgan for Case 10-928 ,above named Court and cause and
band for 16 17. you are required to serve a copy of No.
or It has always -
the very fine eyeglass project it.. beautiful new school. The monies i your answer or pleading to the complaint Notice To Appears I you are required to serve a copy cf
been a colorful affair To: Ennis James Batson, whose'i your answer or pleading to the
the Plaintiff's
on AttorneyJ.
has through the years.! raised at the tea will be used to ; ,( the Plaintiff's
sponsored complaint
and Donald Gibson, 100 Smith Bldg., residence and address i is: 90; Kutl on
He is anxious that we supportthis further equip the offices and we expect this one to be the i Jacksonville, Florida, l ledge Avenue, Charleston, South Attorney WIlliams & Fut<-h,, P. O.
best ever. The spring garden at tnd file the original In the officeof Carolina.You Box 1SS. Starke, }Florida
Tickets will be on teachers lounge. Principal Anderson -
program. and file the original In the office
are hereby notified nat a THINGS
the school is the Clerk of the Circuit Court on MANY
growing and promisesto suit forDivorce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court SO
sale for our section in the stadiumby and all teachers thank you or before the 9 day of May, 1955.: ;

Principal C. C. Anderson of one and all for past, present and be quite productive. The gardenis otherwise the allegations of said has been, filed and other against relief you In the,.,or 9 before day of the Ma. >. 1955. CAN DO
Complaint will be taken as confessed C
a of all teachers
activity THAT
Lawtey Training School. Adults future cooperation.Adult by you. above named Court And cause and I otherwise the allegations of said
and students. In the Hobby you are required to serve a copy of Complaint will be taken as con-
50c, children 25c. Come out and I Education This notice ssku De published
Club and P. T. A. they have emp- once each week for four consecutive BY COLOR STYLING \
see and hear a wonderful arrayof Tentative dates for an organizational weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I
hasized -
"Better Homes Gard- -- - --- -
and -- ''- ------- - - -
talent in both groups. of the Adult Educa raph. I FORYOU
meeting [ens Through School and Home Dated this 7 day of April. 1955. SAVE SAVE SAVE' ROOMS
Mr. Edmondson Addresses Citizen tion classes, according to L. H. Beautification" The (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A..Darby $ $ $
assisting Clerk of the Circuit Court
Recently appointed Administrator Gibson, General Supervisor .of teachers are Benton Cambridgeand By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.

of the new Bradford County Schools, will be April 25 or April Beulah Lennon. 4/8 It 4/29 DRASTIC !

Hospital, Robert E. Edmondson 28. At this time A. N. Anderson, I I Wateroak school PTA will meet la Circuit Coart-, Bradford Coaatr.Floridat ,;

addressed a capacity church group district director, will come in and I Monday, May 9, at which time la I'hancrr O

concerning the offerings for the discuss the program with all interested President Desue will make a pro- Bertha OKie Prince,, Plaintiff Defendant, vs. FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE /
Artie Eugene Prince
Negro citizens of the county. He adults. We are hoping to gress report on the current pay- Case No. 10-945 .

presented and discussed the complete begin this program by July 1, and ments and pledges received on the Order Of Publicntloa And Notice To .-
Florida .
State of .
Appears .
floor plan of the hospital. those persons interested in attend-I for the school residence -
range kitchen. The Artie Eugene Prince, whose -
I is Pvt. Artie .
I and address :
upper grades, taught by Principal (,Eugene: Prince. U.L.L.S.T. 722. c/o Keep Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit -
I Roberts, are planning to culminate .Postmaster, New York, New York.
from the LOWEST possible rates.STARKE'S .
their unit You a-e required to appear on
I on American Indian
by May 9, 1955: ; in the above name
making all sorts of trinkets and Court and cause wherein plaintiff I -
'seeks divorce and restoration of ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY /J
Indian jewelry for exhibit duringthe -

closing of school. We regret maiden Bradford name.County Telegraph shall S,: RKBUILDBRSUPPLIES==:: B i'iDE
|the illness .of the sister of principal publUh weekly Issues.this Order in next four Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency ; = __ -, SE.RVlce =

Roberts, and hope that her surgery Witness mY hand and official seal
at Starke' Florida, this April 5, '
will be successful. Dell
Mary 1955. Phone 285 129 W Call 81. Starke, Fla. :
is teaching at Wateroak duringthe OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs

absence of the principal due Clerk of Said Cturt. p ; &33:1.: .Ati4

to illness in the family. We are Lloyd By Marian Bass L. 302 Crosby Clark, Deputy Building Clerk, SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE !: tJttA_
glad that the recent extraction ofa Jacksonville, Florida. I' -
-- -
TV SERVICE s.oo tooth from R. C. Donald has Attys. for Plf. 4/8 4t 4/:' _, __ _.__ _-. .- ___ ____ __ I

given her relief even thDugh: she
CALLS had a "dry socket" that created lir.GISTKU riCTlTIOVS XVMK I

:Minimum complications. We are glad! that undersigned Notice is hereby under the given! provisions that; the of

I, C. Jelson, teacher No. 3 at Chapter %20.93J: Laws of Florida Actsf

Parts Additional (Within City Limits) Wateroak, has not had any physi- 1941 the,Circuit will register Court with in the and Clerkof for + a ,;

cal, mental of social problems.! Bradford County. State of Florida,
Summer upon receipt of proof of publica- e THE FORWARD LOOK:>
tion of this notice, the fictitious
MOST FULLY STAFFED & EQUIPPED summer program ;,ill start name of McGriff Mercury Motors busi-
engaged in
which I am
June 6, with two centers In operation ness under at Court and Jefferson Streets, x c
LONGESTESTADLISTED (NoFIy-Ky-Night) R. J. E. Starke, and Law- Starke, la.
(1. J. McGriff. sole owner 307 E.
tey Training School, Lawtey. Per- Call St.. Starke. Fla. -
sonnel will include Principals Hated this Kth day of April A. D.
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD 1955: :, Starke. Bradford Count Fla.
!Thompkins, Anderson and Supervisor 4/8 4t 4/-U

I _
Johnson. Dr. .
Jennings will "-' "" "; n---
(serve part-time.
Circuit Court, Bradford County i I .
Phone 239 Starke, Fla. 'CHl'KCIINEWSMt. : Florida In In Chancery. I ; : 'T : ,
Plaintiff, vs. Benjamin 5.
Lillian Trubitz, I i: .
t Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Kev. Trubitz, Defendant. i "
I Case No. 10-937: $ I !
Walker pastor, will hold Women'sDay /
Notice To AppearTo 1 I <
service on Sunday April 24 : Benjamin Trubitz, whose residence II

... ,... .... .". .. ... ., I according to the pastor ani chair- and address )is: 11 Riverside jI II j I II
.w.\\ I Drive, New York New York.
man Margaret Albert. Services You are hereby notified that a I II I

'. .. .: '. : will be in complete charge of suit forDivorce '
custody control and sup- :
Women. Mother Pullum will!
I speak port of minor child I I
!i at the morning service, and Super- has been filed against you In the

:, visor Johnson will speak at 3 above named Court and cause and
p. you are required to serve a copy I I
m. All persons are invited to at- your answer or pleading to the complaint -

; tend these services. on Frank the Landrum Plaintiffs Starke AttorneyT. Florida -I I

; 'Y Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church I
?at' Rev. John Groover and file the original In the office of
..1"c was the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
host to the local Union Sunday. or before the 2 day of May, -

Mother Pullum, general chairmanfor 195S otherwise the allegations of
I said Complaint will be taken as
the recent Inspirational Meeting confessed by you.
i held by Bishop C A. Gibbs, This notice shall be publishedonce I
:ut:' : each week for four consecutive -
wishes to thank all persons who weeks In the Bradford County

f prepared baskets for the dinner Telegraph.
I Dated this 30 day of March. 1955. FACTS PROVE IT !
a that was so complete. All persons I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
sharing in this affair madeit : Clerk of the Circuit Court
II By Mailan L. Crosby Deputy Clerk !I
ti a<; a gigantic success. The pastor 4/1 4t 4/22 I

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FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1955 .
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w onR HAMPTON ; STATE FARM I LONG I II me where is since another this coon time or so anything they-

I II I are getting a little lazy on the

By Mrs. D. E. 11111 Uy 5Ir. Lacy Norman > By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by Mrs. i. U ;. 'job. :Maybe I will have a different
i: i story to tell next week!

.- --a Scouts Organize Birthday Reunion | The State Farm CommunityClub The Clay Hill PTA met I

Meetings to organize a Boy Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Normanand met Tuesday afternoon of day of last week and
Revival To BeginAt New Pews ExpectedAt Scout Troop in the Hampton area son, Larry, attended the birth- last week with the president, Mrs England president for p. D. Q.

Christian Church Christian ChurchBy are being held every Thursday day reunion last Saturday of Mrs. L. F. Chapman, presiding. Fol- year. Nettie Carter will b FOR
evening at 7:30 p. m. in the Hampton Norman's mother, Mrs. R. C. lowing the business session, a delightful president again, and Elgin : '
With Homecoming Homecoming DayA town hall. Working to orga- Griffis. Those attending this happy social hour was enjoyedby treasurer. Your i' Proven Dependable Quick
Protein Vitamin Mineral
nize the group are C. L. Cooper, occasion were Mr. and Mrs. M. L.I I the 21 members present. Refreshments elected secretary and Jim -
benefit chicken pilau dinner, member of the county Scout com- Thompson, :Mr. and Mrs. Asure: were served by Mrs. land will serve as j'' SupplementsPhone

sponsored by the Ladies Councilof mittee; Arnold Haddock, assistant Johns and children, Mr. and Mrs. j Chapman and Mrs. R. P. Mc-1 next meeting will be May 51-W Starke, Fla.

the First Christian Church of Scoutmaster; and Harry Green O. J. Osborne and daughter, Mr. i j Lendon. which time the new I I Farmers SupplyALL

Starke was held last Friday nightat Scoutmaster of Troop 70 in Starke, and :Mrs. Leland Williams and I Mrs. Ruth Edwards Myers is be installed and a social !I LIVESTOCKThe

the American Legion Hall. Over who will aid the Hampton groupin children, and Margie and Ann doing secretarial work for Rep. be enjoyed. This will be i. :

250 dinners were served and an getting started. Rosier all of Jacksonville, Mr. ana Doyle E. Conner in Tallahassee.Mr. meeting of this school 10th and Cherry Sts.

fay appreciable sum was raised for Open to boys between the agesof Mrs. Lacey Norman and son of and Mrs. Guy Edwards and I all members are urged to I

buying new church pews, which 11 through 14, the patrol will Highland and Mr. and Mrs. Roy I eon, Darrah are attending the revival -1 ent. crawled"I I .- _..... .-
will be installed by May, Home- meet for three consecutive Thursdays Griff is and sons. After the delicious -' meeting at the Church of I We were glad to have I : _i:_ __ &uJI.I".A--- '" ,.-, -

q coming Day. in Hampton, and in Starke birthday dinner, Mrs. Norman Christ in Starke this week. Lillie Wilkinson back in

The Ladies Council extends the fourth week with Troop 70. opened her many nice gifts. Mr. and :Mrs. John Crews and I School and church after CHURCH
I and I i
their thanks to the merchants The program of Boy Scout work Happy birthday also for Freda< hildien of Monticello spent the been out on on sick leave. I,

others who donated foodstuffs for will meet a definite need in the I Hardee and others. I weekend with his parents, Mr. andMrs. The Bayless Highway

1, the affair. .community for activities for boys, i Several from here attended the I G. E. Crews. I met with us last I FLA.
since there is little other organized Bible School clinic Tuesday with I Mr. and :Mrs. Lester Dobbs recently -I Training Union and

! + ?..k3c Bibles PresentedTo recreation for young people their pastor and wife, :Mr. and i. visited their son-in-law and from primary through I HAINES Pastor

rEvangelist; Starke StudentsBy I'here.Parents :Mrs. E. C. Hardee. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Billy excellent programs. Vre
who have questions I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and Whitehead of Hilliard. enjoyed the Sword Drill In The Heart ef Town

Gideons Group IJ I INea'rly about the program and organization sons of Green Cove Springs visited I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews attended the intermediates, and we Pastorium 130

'I of the Boy Scouts are invited the: Lacey Normans Tuesday after- I the funeral of Mrs. Betty ciate these good people :
500 Testaments were presented to speak with the men who are in Barry at New River be with us.
C. W. McDonald will to Starke school children charge of the patrol. noon.Mrs. 1 I Some folks ask me if :00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.
I Sarah Norman and son, and Mrs. Willie Morgan
conduct revival services at the from the 5th prude up by the Home Demonstration Club hunt coons and possums Training Union 6:43 PM
Floyd were in Green Cove I moved into their new home here
First Christian Church starting Gideons, last Friday afternoon, "Air Layering of Plants" was I IW'ell. i haven't hunted any
Springs last Saturday. Friday and the J. C. Jones I
May 1. Services will continue each with Dr. H. C. Bellinger givingan the program for the regular meet- 'i i things for a long time. 8:00 P.M.
Maggie Crews and Mr. and Mrs. family of Raiford moved into the
night at 8 o'clock through May 6. address. O. L. Linsm gave the ing of the Hampton Home Demon- to hunt me! The other ni 1
W. C. Hardee and children left house
formerly occupied the WDVH at
On the opening day, Sunday, introduction, and the Rev. Allen stration Club Thursday, April 14, I'half grown coons came Service over
May 1, the church will observe its Young of the First Baptist Churchof at the town hall. Following the Sunday afternoon for Tampa Morgans.Mr. Dond in front of the house I, Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday.
where Mrs. Hardee will enter the .
annual Homecoming Day with Lake Butler aL>o spoke. business meeting at the hall, Miss I and Mrs. Seabie Rucker and I ;' barking of our dogs soon I
dinner on the grounds after the I Dorothy Ross, county home dem- hospital. to undergo surgery.Mr. .baby arrived last week from San(|(they were there. W:! hotn : =- '-:::_: ;: =: =- ::_-;:>
and Mrs. Vernon Griffis of -
morning service. (Methodist' Church onstration agent, illustrated air Diego, Calif for a few days' visit:i
:Jacksonville recently visited thelatter's .
with Mrs. Rucker's
McDonald is parents, Mr.
Evangelist pastorof
layering of plants at the home of I
the First Christian Church of parents, the Albert Nor- and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. They will I
Sunday -- Church School 9:45 Mrs. T. F. Brown and Mrs. T. J.
mans. be stationed at the Jacksonville
Bradenton.The 11 Alderman.Mrs. .
a.m. Morning Worship a.m. LECTURESHIP
pastor, Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Recreation Time 5:30: n m. Fellowship : W. W. Hammond, presi-, We were g'ad to see Romeo NAS The Bradleys also had as I
extends a cordial welcome to the Supper for Intermediatesand dent of the Hampton club, will also Prescott back from overseas Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Reese'
where he has been the Bradley o; Jacksonville.We .
public to attend all services, including serving
Seniors, 6:15: p.m. Worship preside at the county council
; Homecoming. Service for MYF Groups, 6:45: p.m. meeting of Home Demonstrationclubs past three years. are sorry to know that Mrs.
Yun We also think of the sick or.ed A. R. Brunner is a patient in the
Evening Service Way Syn. a at Brooker Tuesday, April
Presbyterian ChurchSat. Korean who Is studying at the 26, at an all-day meeting with around and about us Mr. Converse Lake Butler hospital. We all wish Church of Christ

University of.Florida will be the I covered dish luncheon. Membersof and Aunt Frances Norman her a speedy recovery.Mr. .
who is almost 90. Norman
., 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.- Senior speaker" 7:30 p.m. clubs throughout the county Lacey and Mrs. J. W. Pearce and
High Fellowship swimming partyat Tuesday WSCS Prayer Group will attend the quarterly meat- is taking treatments for his neck baby, Mrs. Verna Pearce and

Montgomery Conference Center, 9:30 a.m. Wesleyan Service Guild ing at Brooker town hall. Tues- and shoulders, and Zettie Padgettis daughters, :Martha and Ann, of McMAIION & TENTH STS. STARKE, FLA.
also the sick list.
Crystal Lake. Adult Choir prac- 7.30 p.m. day's meeting will be Mrs. Ham- on Marianna were guests of Mr. and
tice, 3 p. m. Wednesday -- Children's! Bible mond's first as president of the Rev. E. C. Harvey attended or- Mrs. B. A. Brunner over the week I APRIL 17 24 --- 7:45 P. M.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning i Story Hour. 3:30 p.m. Junior Choir county council.Mr. dination services for Bobby Knightat

Worship 11 a. m. Youth Fel- practice 3:30 p.m. Bible Study and Mrs. Thomas Wads- the Hickory Grove Baptist end.Miss Frances Caldwell attended 1 Pet. 4:1l-"If any man speaketh speaking as it were oracles of God .

lowship, 6 p. m., Gerry Gibson, and Prayer, 7:30 p.m. worth of Bunnell were Sunday Church, Green Cove Springs, last 1 the Youth Fellowship Rally at
Robert and Leslie Humphrieshosts. Thursday Youth Choir Re- visitors at the home of Mr. and Sunday. We are very proud of ]Riverside Presbyterian Church in
Bobby who is the son: of Will FRIDAY, ((7:45)) APRIL 22ND
There will be no evening hearsal, 6:30 p.m. Chancel Choir Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth in Hamp- .Jacksonville last weekend.
service as the ministrer will be out rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. Knight. "The' Unity of the Church"Bro.
ton.Ralph Hulen Herndon of Jacksonvillewas .-. James R. Cope: Teacher-Preacher, Pres. Florida Christian
. of town.Tues. Jones of Eustis has been '_ j
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.: 8 p. m.The Women of At The TabernacleRev. Visiting his parents in Hampton, Herndons.a weekend guest of the F. M. 1 College.

the Church. Mr. and Mrs. Willard M. Jones. Wash Your Clothes
The minister will attend the Harry Giles will show the He has sold his grocery businessin Don't forget Sunday School at I SATURDAY ((7:45)) APRIL 23RD

Town and Country Church Insti- second in a series of colored Bible Eustis and will spend some va- 9:45 a. m. and Worship Servicesat 9 Pounds "The Holy Spirit's Work"

tute at Columbia Seminary, De- Land slides at the Tabernacle tonight cation time with his parents here. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m. Prayer: I Bro. Winfred Claiborne, Teacher-Preacher, President Georgia

catur, Ga. April 25-28. Rev Jos. (Friday) at 7:30 o'clock. I A. J. Wimberly of Gainesville Meeting each Wednesday at 7:20 For 40c! I Christian Institute.
If want to sing, come
Conyers, executive secretary of This series is entitled "To .Whom was guest pastor at the Hampton p. m. you
Suwannee Presbytery, will fill the Does Palestine Belong?" This will Baptist church Sunday for both I to the church Saturday; afternoonat FREE Bleach If Desired!
5:30 o'clock. SUNDAY (Morning 11:00)) APRIL 24TH
pulpit on Sunday, :May 1. probably be Rev. Giles' last visit morning and evening services. eWe "
"A Disorderly Brother?
to the Tabernacle for some time' Area Youth Rally I Will

as he and Mrs. Giles leave soon' Fred Dodd of Keystone Heights I unusual ability in directing the '
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- in-' Your Clothes SUNDAY APRIL 24TH
for Minnesota. The public is was chosen as director of the class activities of her pupils. Dry ((7:15))
brook purse-size! fountain pens<< Inpastel vited to see these pictures and "What the Church Must Do To Be Saved"
Area Youth Rallys in Starke.; Saturday There were 88 pupils and five For 20c
; shades. Only$2.58 at Bradford .
hear his message. -- f evening at the"USO; to re teachers in religious. services last Bro. Winfred Claiborne.
County Telegraph.CHIROPRACTIC. Coming to the Tabernacle for a place :Mr. Scott of Park-of-the- Sunday.We In New Automatic Driers!

one-night service on Tuesday. Palms, who has been serving as are happy to welcome' the You Can't Afford To Miss These Remaining Lectures !
April 6, is Rev. Douglas Wynn of director since the program was Pick children back to school. e

South Carolina, an active youth begun last fall. Sponsored jointly Helen, Ronald, and Donna have

woiker. by Baptist churches in Hampton, been absent on account of the I
I I I Other meetings during the summer Theressa, and Lawtey, the rallies death of their sister, Olyne. I The, WasheteriaTeinple \ Come and Study with us the Bible --

DOES XOT "TREAT" EF- will include an appointmentwith are for young people from junior Rev. Overturf conducted our

FKCTS. It locates and removes the Toccoa Falls Institute high school age through 24. chapel last Wednesday. We are always Ave. Starker The Revealed Word of God

t the "CAUSE" of Illness. Quartette and Dr. Hendon Brown. Mr. Dodd. pastor of the Long glad to welcome visiting .
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Since each vital organ of jour I fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVI8AMSS worked with young people in his
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body is controlled by the nerou capacity as pastor for several

\ > system a pinched nerve HMAYny \ years in various churches in this

ran invariably be found to be area. Representatives of the par- .r. .ttWho
the "cause" of illness. Removing Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ticipating churches met Friday .

the nerve pressure therefore night at the home of Mr. and !. .
restore normal health. Mrs. Merle Packham to select the -- V"d _
Mr. and :Mrs. E. T. Kirty of director and map future plans thd 'G1aOdF

If jou rune a health problemthat Jacksonville were business visitors II for the rally. Mr. Scott expects to put

has not responded to other here Saturday. leave soon for Chicago for summer

forms of treatment you owe it I Dan Navilio of Miami was visiting work in that area. Older membersof

to>> yourself to investigate the I Floyd Crosby Sunday. the various churches serve as
merits of Chiropractic Mr and Mrs. Harold Crews and chaperones at the rallies, as wellas
I Nancy spent Sunday afternoon in pastors of the three churches. in the family four- door ?

CONSULT Jacksonville< visiting their uncle, :Mrs. Jessie Chastain visited
Ancil! Wainwright who is in the several days last week with her *

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I hospital.The ron and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton -
Bayless Hiway WMU and Chastain in Sanford.Mr. .

Brotherhood met Thursday nightof and Mrs. Elmer Lewis of .. K' .,"'" .-,. '. ---.. ''''-' ., ... ..,.. _. __' .N_
last week at the church. After Starke are the parents of a baby :: "' ,: -,' ... .... '. : -- ..,,, -,,,, -" ,
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CLINIC the programs refreshments were girl born Tuesday, April 12. Mr. f..Wi,.:.<:i, >,, $1'j.. kt,.:':: ..> -: "'. :"" ;'( .. .""

:2 blocks north of Post Office! i !served by Mrs. Jimmy Crosby. and Mrs. Dave Dyal of Hamptonare ._,,h" .,'"; ,, Ii'.; .>'t"'''''' :. ".'.....,. .,..... '.. <
Church services at Hi- : w
Bayless the grandparents.Mr. : }" >
Phone 103 way: Sunday morning and night. and Mrs. J. A. Williams Jr. .>' .........,'t,: ," >,,}. !. .. : ,, c' t ::5. "
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Office! hours dally except Thurs. I Prayer Meeting each Wednesday of Miami spent the weekend in : < .y y. -iTi ----' L._ : ..
9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 night. Rev H. C. Martin, pastor Hampton with Mr. Williams' par- .:, ... <; : -= -' '---1
I D-)n't forget our Homecomingon Williams. h. ,:,. !
E\M ings and Thursdayby ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. :': .
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May 1
appointment I Mr. and Mrs. O L. DeBose of
I Please leave news items in Mrs. Vero Beach visited in Hampton .>-, .. '.
Floyd Crosby's mail box. Mrs. .
for two days last week with '

,T. F. Brown and the J. J. Bran- ,., ..
1 1R ,nens. Mrs. DeBose is Mrs. Brown's
'J I niece :
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Mr and Mrs. Arthur Gaskins R I Ktt

(of Columbus, Ga. are the parentsof

a son, born Thursday. April 14,
and weighing 9 pounds. Mrs. Gas- !
4 kins is the former Peggy Hinson
and Mr. and :Mrs. B. L. Hinson of i
W t t Hampton are grandparents. Mrs. I !

Hinson is staying in Columbuswith I J
I her daughter for a few weeks. ,""" >. -,
w1s + i t S ..
Visiting at the Avery Slade !

;a home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.C I ,I
M. Greene Mr. and Mrs. J. R. r .
GC' r
Lucas Peggy and Susan; and Mrs.

Mary Mosley of Maxville. All weft I ,, .
present for a birthday dinner honoring ''':

..rova' I :Mr. Mr.and Slade.:Mrs. E. M. Prevail -
J Jcar.
v. i I I
are the parents of a baby boy
, **".., April 12. :Mr and Mrs. Geralr
: Adkins are the grandparents. You've always known the 4-door sedan was the i ideal "family T HEN E W :

v SCHOOL :NEWS ." But perhaps it's never seemed very exciting! _

w Hampton 'ft'3'hprlni
DON MCALLISTER, popular radio star of WDBO says, "My wife National RecognitionIn Then one day you spot someone swooping past your home in a new Dodge

has always used light Karo for cooking. and on the table-It's \ the December issu; of the Custom Royal Lancer Four-Door! Gallant and gay! Dashing! Four-door .
School Art Magazine published at t

dark Karo for me the best-tasting Worcester, Mass. is an illustrated convenience with a fashion flair! 4
article by Jean O. Mitchell in
which recognition is given to Mrs. These 4-door Lancers are just now arming at our Dodge dealerships. Be I

eating syrup of 'em all" Floy Bennett Sullivan of Theressafor the first in your neighborhood to put glamour into family transportation! Flair-Fashioned. and Flashing Ahead I
1! art work done at the Univer- f
.1l sity of Florida summer school Dodge Dealers Present: Danny Thomas in -Make Room for Daddy" ABC-TV -Bert Rogers, NBC Radio-. :;
Yes indeed..biscuits go like hot cakes when while she was a student in Mrs ,

you pour on plenty of delicious dark Karo..; Mitchell's art class. The article I .
there's nothing like it for good eating. Satis- deals with toy animals which Mrs. Brothers MBCor: !

', fyin' a\-or. So rich it stands right up on top Sullivan made durirthe art I Hardy

;' of biscuits (keeps 'em light and fluffy). Keep course and similar animals made

: ? : Karo on your table morning, noon and night by her class at Hampton Elementary -!
{ ".. "l .. .it tops anything! School. Mrs. Sullivan has been' DODGE PHONE 69 PLYMOUTH ;'

a teacher in the Hampton school l
Ask your grocer for DARK Karo, in pint! and quart bottles for many years and has shown -- I __ -.



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Highland Plant In Productiontop e ..I!. -. -r

of the ridge just across the I, ".'"! Wri
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Clay County line, while the dry v #.r- ..._.. ''k_. < : ;. ....
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mill is located In Bradford Coun- .. -' t .j. I
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After it reaches the dry mill I '.: .. It ( .

the concentrate is dried out by I 'et r s R ag ( f
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intense heat in huge kilns and J'" r awn tk f '
then fed in thin st --
layers on electrically .
..... kO _b "ti.." '
charged rolls for V"
separation.The ... o'o oJ. ,
silicates are pinned to the j. ; ti,q .P Q. .t.4, 4' 1 I
, roll by the high voltage, but the I d ,1" I
I titanium minerals fall free. The _J.? '
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silicates are brushed off the roU ni .
into a tailing box. ,, '
The titanium minerals are then & $t4c Y; :\'! i :. : ;.=, .{/
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separated from each other by use jt. a ,,",_ _-, ''-J.o; j I

of electromagnets, each mineral ? ,- ,. "" : f
responding to a different degree 0: \

magnetic charge. t. .. .... .,, ,'J't
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Before World War II most of

the i.'menite used in this country Edward S. Bee'ue (seated), plant superintendent at the new DREDGE OPERATOR Warren E Bishop is shown at 1mroml -

came from the beaches of India. M t n Highland !Plant is surrounded here 11)l : some of the key porvmnel {: control panel whi
When this source became uncertain : (standing, left to right) \t'. O. (Cannon maintenance superintendent operation of the huge sand-suck'ng! operation.

due to unsettled economic ; L.V.. Mathews, production superintendent; C. J.Rastedo .
conditions, E. I. duPont de Ne-
1 construction superintendent; ; Lou Ililendahl, master
mours &; Co. began a search for a iL
mechanic and C. G.
; Ienn.\, employee relations superintendent.LEFT .
domestic source of the important q. apt

mineral. Deposits were known to

exist in Florida, but the ore gradewas ( ) Air \iew of the wet mill area at the new Highland < >

so low that they were not con- I plant shows dredge; (light object in center) tied up alongside ,

sidered economically feasible to r 3l banks of spirals floating on barge. Both units are resting in i SL ry

mine except along the beaches -- man-made lake before actual mining operation began +

where wind and wave action had 1 I the job of mining the mineral east
concentrated the ore. I .e
of Starke where the duPont Corn
DuPont however, continued exploring I
and after extensive drill- pany had leased portions of the old : .. .. -

[Camp Blanding reservation from Dredge .. .
ing in this i area concluded that it I ........ t
would be possible to mine the low ''the State Armory Board. The I

grade ore along Trail Ridge by I success of this operation induced I r t .

use of the Humphrejs spiral process the duPont Company to establishits i ia7

a method of concentratingused In
: second mine here, and Humph-
in the West for mining gold
gravels. Consequently, Humph- ''reys was again given the job of e> }kk

constructing and operating the 4 llt .a
jejs Gold Corporation was given waj rylan-made
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Sell It- Rent It Trade It }I r r. .,', .1: : :.,.-' P"r ; .. -n .. .4 Lake'- }H: "A J: /k.Jt: !


ore eoncentrate roll off conveyor belt and i is piled high hr

Rates Good Results E'asy To PlactZO being placed in huge kiln' for drying out.

WORDS OK [ : ',:' ::: )-.. ,>.

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c ___ '. >r.. .. 1.".... :->,'-VsfcS f?;*$*>'"'"--."3.'2K Sfe.*%*._"&**.%>..'- Licenseless DriverIs
imf'or\T OF is pen CENT o\ TWO on MORE INSIGHTIONSS5e ,;: : .:
,' : :, / Finally CaughtFor
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DR EIH iK N shoun above as it looks now, eating its way ai1r ."; =,;.'.!
through the hand of Trail Ridge. Long cat-nalk extends to ." < :; six years a 21-yeai-old
CARDS OF TILVXKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line I dredge from wet milL On top deck of net mill, from where 4-ri Bradford County man got away

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I IH" this photo was taken, the skyscrapers of Jacksonville (some 30 Ev .. with driving without a license, but

miles away) are visible on a clear day. 1 ; this week Highway Patrolman

: I'OSSWLI:: Lady will 144ait ,FOR KENT i bedroom house with tion to operating status on March ..1R Carlos Musgrove caught him as
night. Call Starke bath completely furnished, even plant.
day or I.
144.Up tele\ixion and deep freeze at Until recently, the chief use of 28, 1955 I the result of a routine equipment

Foil KENT-Two bedroom upMairHapartment I I Iojr J oad. Ranch Reasonable on Rt.to 16.right Raiford par ilmenite was as a white paint pigment I The new plant is engineered and tire: err check.

Center St. Mrs. II. K.Tvu ty. See Mrs. toyer Tuesday evenings : Although coal black when safeguarded as far as humanly I He was fined {35 on the chargeof
IS:.-W. TtrhgUNFINISHED or write Boyer Ranch,
> phone Starke. itch g. it comes from the ground, after possible. All moving equipment is as eta not having a driver's license

HOUSE and lot 50 x 1 oxidation it is snow white and is I guarded and personal protective k't :> which amounts to $29 more than

<140.>n time.Sacrifice Francis$45000! Gulf cash Station or $500, i A. J. Thomas Slarkc Fla. J considered the best white paint I equipment is used by the employ- Ii the !license for six years would
Kingslrv rake Road tto 4/!*> I pigment known. White paint ees. The maximum safety is LM& have cost.HELP.

I I ins I made with ilmenite base has better lachieved as a result of cooperative a r

CAIlPENTKn WORK roofing.-I'.lock siding work, FOR SALE I covering properties, lasts longer, (efforts between management and .. . .a .
wiring< not crack nor turn yellow. labor.
sprfmtlnB. andcelnent workVrite: \ ft)' airs "vo bed room frameaouxr. ; .,
Sorrell, c/o Bradford County -- ------ - --
A. tfchgWATER beautiful fluke In lot with. I In recent years however, inter- An outstanding safety record
Telegraph. kbrubber and fruit trees. UithIn for CoughsYou
easy ualklnK dlntaui-e of buw est in ilmenite has increased greatly \was also established during con- DRY MILL where heavy mineral are separated by electric
FRONT LOTS Crystal InekH IMrirt of MarUe. Priced [ since it is a titanium-bearing struction. No employee suffered Band Concert feel cooling
soothing help from
Lake Ouy Andrews, owner, to ..ell.Sear and magnetic charges after concentrate is pumped from wet
Phone Starke 383; Keystone ore and a vast new field has opened !,any permanent effect as a re- mill. very first dose. Clogging phlegm
I Specially-designed duPont freight car it waiting on railroad is
HeiphU 3636. tf by out of tuna 20 acreIraets for titanium metal. Com- suit of injury during the more Enjoyed By 250The loosened, you breathe deeper,
up ,
of land fcuitxhlr for borne siding to receive its load of finished ilmenite.
WANTED TO BUY HOUSE-Suit- and garden fai-mlnic. Priced an bining much of the strength of :than a year of construction work. I I CREOMUL'SION
able for Lake Cottage 2 or 3 rbeap a.. rit> lot... .Vttrartltrterm with the of aluminum -I I Brad- :, ftlicm
.. steel lightness Spring Concert of the Coups, Cktst Cold Acute Bronckltlt
to moveto
room*, must be practical I I '
lake. Call Mr. Crowson at 29 titanium is in great demandby Talent Show ford High School Band and Glee l\;,
u acre home.pecan (Krote.ro\f' capable"lth substantial of- [ the government for use in jet \ Club, held last week, was enjoyed Ii!

vi\ iou does nr.i.nau gad US*:F.ee LTaYL.sjo producing; .>ulii>tantial Inroate.I'rlced planes and atomic weapons. It is by a crowd of over 250, and the ,
ram hair a Ti\ IK.lit (it'\HotWater It- right Milh liberal teriux.For highly resistant to heat, is non- Is Shaping Up sum of $28.92 was donated by the'!

.*'iTtnII'om.'le' llratrr la your home Gu-fullxUktallrd. tbekr and other bargains la corrosive, and can stand the high audience, with K. P. Foster as''

121.tnmrrn of) M."..: CIS CO. Phonr tf A. J. TIIO.MAS[ Realtor that jets are subjecet to better Club are busy preparing for their After an opening march, and I! IT'S UNLAWFULFor

I :323: Temple Atenne Pbone :3.S3Starke. I than any other metal.So annual talent show, scheduledfor an overture, a clarinet quartet :

Motors Florida far, no inexpensive method 8 p.m. on May 6 at the BHS Jack Miller, Bruge Searing, Fran!

Electric has been discovered for produc- stadium. Proceeds from the show ces Caldwell and J. S. Rowe ':

AfARTMEXT FOR KENT-Up- ing titanium metal, so it is not will be: used to purchase glassesfor played two selections, and a brass:
AND stairs
REWOUND ; 2 rooms and kitchenette,
furnished used in industry. As needy school children throughcut [
or unfurnished. Just inside widely private quartet performed.
SERVICEDSmall city limits. Couple desired. soon as its cost can be lowered, the coming year. A drum solo with Wicky Rimert, '!
Apply Ut. I, box 442: East Starke. Person Persons
Appliance: Repair Stchsr 4/29 however, it will be widely used for Award Committee Chairman soloist, and Charlene Hardy at the I j Any or to Engage in
structural John Torode stated that major !
purposes.The : followed, and an overture
General Machine Work FOR SALE-Used rotary type power rf piano i
lawn mower, good condition; mineral mil prizes this year will consist o by the combined
was deposited was performed
0 also M .\tropical. Pav"...fish Phone and 351-J accessories.lip lions of years ago along Trail I \$25 Defense Bonds and other. band and glee club. Following II Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

Work Guaranteed Ridge, which was the earliest partof : prizes will be in proportion.Lions two band numbers, student directors -i
All FOR .U.--19)4-lii; : ft. two bedroom
complete bath trailer. Priced the Florida peninsula to form i secretary Bob Firth said I T. J. Alderman, Jean Mundy I
Reasonable Rates reasonable for quick sale.Three in pre-historic times. Through that judges will be brought in I and John Simmons led the band I

t Park.miles:Mrs.South Corrigan.on 301 at Trailer Itp erosion, the mineral washed downin from out of town and that the in a selection. I : The Name Is Registered

rivers and streams from rocksin club is attempting to obtain the Band Director Foster announced j i
RED STATE RANK -- KEYSTONE the Piedmont Plateau in North services of a master of ceremonieswho this week that there will be a[

I HEIGHTS, FLA., MEMBER Georgia and the Carolinas and was is well known in the entertainment Junior Band Concert, featuringthe I

ELECTRIC & MACHINE FDIC. left in the sea on both sides of world. A further an- band and chorus, next Thursday .

SHOPF. 1950 ENGLISH FORD, low mileage the Florida "sand spit." The action nouncement will be made next April 28, in the USO startingat

good condition. Priced to sell of the wind and waves then I week. 8 p.m. A free-will offeringwill
W. GRAUDON See it at Torode's. Used Car Lot. Entries so far have been slow,i
left the minerals in the sand, be taken for the benefit of
Owner Manager tf where it is now being mined, but it is expected that the talent the band. Read This Florida Law"It

LILT J. D ODOM. JR. thousands of after it this year will be more enthusiasticand
Washington St-Phone 397 years Ha also announced a May Day I II
skillful than last year accord-
!Starke, Fla. CATTLE AND HOGS! originally placed there. Festival to be held next Friday,
I !SALES ing to Joe Andrews III, who is shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined hereto, to
The Highland plant was under April 29 at the Bradford Stadium
I Lit Oak ";EachVedne r this of the event.
Concrete I ...I.f'II\llle Each Friday construction for more than a year.It heading up phase featuring the Bradford High School engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined
SALK-Xew S : contenders
)OU xCrtnent as strong
; block ISc ft.40 tf was officially started Oct. 12. Paulk I Band and Chorus, with the P. K. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
this ,
bait. Mortar Mix $l.5:! fvthac. again year are Sylvia
Liar. Kradford Engineering Co. 1953, although major constructiondid Carolyn Crews, Suzy Broad'.eay, Yonge High School Band and clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis
phone '4. Star We. tf FOR SALE not begin until the spring of Chorus, and the Lake Butler Bandas
and Gene Norman. However, boys I with registration shall consist of with the clerk
Ford orrhekroleL 1954. It changed from construc- guests. filing aforesaid an affidavit
WANTED: Good condition and girls are reminded that the
portable typewriter.'55 tag for Write Uemlngton Box SLAG ROCK judges this year will not know any HAIRY WILL I i signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

SJS-n, Starke, Fla. UpKOU Excellent= for Drivewaysand W. C. T. U. of the contestants and will not be MAKE GOOD SDmF.ltI all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent: of the interest

)LENT,000 square Furniture feet of- Parkways familiar with their records. COVER: FORAGE CROP of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.
fire Ftaee over Hart Details cOllc rnir.g prizes and
(' Will remodel to suit tenant. DRINKING HINDERS THINKING Said registration not be made until the :
0 -
may person or desiring
week persons
'rl.! A. I). Adklns. Itchg: $3.00 Per YardIn : rules will be announced next Hairy indigo is an excellent

5 Yard Lots and boys and girls are urged to I cover crop or forage legume, says to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
FOR RENTThreteoomanurnilheapartment -IF SOON YOU 1L\VE TO DQ
consider reciting as well a) singingand Agronomist J. R. Henderson of the their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
Green Thon Mii-Wl! Call : dancing in choosing what they University of Florida Agricultural
W.\ITnt:. s W.\STl-l--Cal1 i !JStarke. BILLY JACKSON -YOU'D BETTER SOT DO ANY will offer on May 6. Extension Service. ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

after 7 p.m. or before Itchg 8 DRINKING." Seating will be available far There are two strains one early where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

a.m. Phone 165 NATIONAL VOICE both white and colored spectators. and the other late. The early I! accepted= = by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
SARATOGA HEIGHTS, The High School contest is open : strain is i such publication.
RADIOS REPAIREDAll YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- a more sure seed pro-
until May 20. See rules in Brad-
Make. All Model I brook purse-size fountain pens in ducer in northern Florida. :
Starke Florida deasonable ford County Telegraph, April 8. '
C. !SHRPHKHUI I pastel shades. Only $ .58 at Brad- I The legume may be planted
Mrr Driirr"l to' .l I'r"att on UI'.If..11.011.Vtrnuv and.... I w. rail St. Starke Ph. 239 ford County Telegraph. between mid-March and early,! If you are engaged in business under any name

large ..I".. turn right. GOOD WATCHES NOW $1 down .June. Best results can be expectedwhen
and week
$1 per at Dahmer's I

\ \\' SIIOttlMi\..:w UN UEIt( ":\T FOR bulbs SALE, aOc-ea.Fancy-leaved at Oarradine's.Caladium tfchg L'. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE [i!spring,it in is a planted season early of favorable in the'jI I i I other than your own, and have not had this name

Illltl'i: liEU: ItUUM 110\"':" 301. 1 mi south of Lawtey. 'soil moisture. Late plantings: make

IN lIIutUESIG 9tchg 8.1 I poorer seed than earlier plantings.'

'lermit to \,,'nllu... *IW>.W ullhl THREE front approx LOTS: FOR:300 ft.S.\LE-5 deep. Eastside ft. i Hairy indigo seed, should be properly advertised and registered, we will be
>|tliratluB, lt.aio: whrn loan. I* St. flair St. City sewerage, r 'planted not over a half inch deep;:
.... ,,'''. and )ou nuke In. .:If'C'UI..1 I '
withpurrhakrr being pa\ed. See Glenn -t I.m a well prepared seedbeo. It is.
apiillaurr optional Duke or phone 9S tfchg 1t
at no additiunal donnpajaient. r fd. desirable to pack the seen after :

rurrhasen klluhtl higher under Initial FII VFlnaaring FOR more laXT-XIE'ly room, furnished apartment threeor for RADIO I planting. Rate of seeding is four'to 'i i iI glad to give you all necessary Information as to

".,III".t. :Monthly paweatn like Adults Kite kitchen shade over -i six pounds in the drill and six 1!
real.If apartment all day. lawn. For AND to 10 pounds per acre broadcast.
Sale Lliilding Lots $300 to
you want.. a home iu one of 9600, size 100 x 200. :Mrs. L. M. < When planted in groves or orchards what should do.BRADFORD
Central; rllir. ..Irlda.* fattrot crowing Clark left of lit Call I.St.Box bridge 440. Ressent 1 mile. Rd. TELEVISIONSales the rate should be proportionately -'I' you .
tfchg .95 less depending on the I
Evanston T18I4R 159 +" "
FOR S.\LE-one Frigidaire Auto- tree coverage in the area. I l

A. J. THOMAS matic Washing Machine $75. On Hairy indigo seed do not require: t
When Your TV Need f
Norge Washing
Ma'hineringi'r I inoculation. The thinner rates of
type used 60 days $75. New some Service Call 166 and Service I COUNTY TELEGRAPHP.GE
IULTons Paint & Body seedling ar recommended when
Shop rip 41%! .
.#+ ..111" #.., ,. ,.
: : Temple Ate Telephone 31StarLr. the crop is grown for seed and
FOR RENT-Filling Station and 224 N. Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
Florida Store Combined Good location.See Temple heavier seedings: when grown for l I
Mrs. J. II Saxon. Hampton. i
FU Itchg I a forage or green manure.

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