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 29, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: ,J .. ; Heavy Docket i 613 Students Given New Polio Vaccine '

i: i'u __ __ __ 'Five Arrested

i Hailing the mass immunization

Seen At Spring !of 613 school children with Salk I
vaccine last Thursday at the !

t :Health Department as "a beautiful )
: In Crack Down
Term Of Court I(example of how the art anil

j science of preventing disease, prd-
.'4.' :;longing life, and the promotion of 9s-r

State's:: Attorney T. E. Duncan ':mental and physical health canI

., held preliminary hearings last Friday -I I be achieved through organized

,,... and Monday at the courthouseon ] community effort," Dr. A. Y. By State Agents

.' ", .<. one of the largest number of I i Covington, director Bradford
:- cases ever scheduled for a term of!I County Health Department reported -I

Circuit Court here. The spring I that the operation went off

term will be convened under Judge smoothly and efficiently. I[ Five persons were arrested Monday night. and one on

George L. Patten the second week I I He said that all but 22 of the. i] Tuesday. and held in the county jail temporarily, as the re- i

'5, in May. I'children who were signed up for II I i| suit of a series of swift, effective liquor raids, led by State

The courthouse was crowded on ,, the antipolio'aecine, were given Beverage Agents and Sheriff P. D. Reddish.

t ." : both days, as Duncan and other I'I the initial treatment, and that of 9'f J i Armed with search warrants,

.. c ., .(,officials heard testimony concern- j these, five had moved away, and issued by County Judge Theron Yawn on Tuesday, Prescott was

t y t .< ing the following cases: I the others, absent because of A Yawn, the raiding parties charged on three counts: posses-

., ,' ..... t t. ,. ,., .*:.!iI....,',:j,,:: The "Black Bottom" shooting of !minor illnesses, will be treated swooped down upon: sion of moonshine, selling moonshine -

; ': : '- 'Il : : <:- :' : ; Joe King White(Negro) for which Her- jlater.I \ located Herbert on Prescott's Highway filling 301 station about, and possession of liquor for
; fii' : ; man (Negro) is being held; I, There were no harmful reactions'I sale in a dry county; C. Marks
.'-, ., ? The rape case in which Robert three miles south of Starke; Ritch,
; \" It.' ; to the immunization treatments, possession of moonshine;
.; 't- : r Crawford is the defendent; I i Dr. Covington said with many C. Marks Ritch's grocery store, Mike Klondes, possession and sale
;:cr') .r n The on 301, just south of Prescott's
in which
<. { case Orval Culveris parents reporting that days later of moonshine: Jimmy hitch sale
,.. ... I alleged to have fired shots place;
-" uponplan notice the of moonshine Gary Reddish
could n6t l
.'.:,.,. :<::'.,H. j;.,:. .. .'. '::;. .' they : even Mike Klondes home, on the !
..< i automobile driven
by Billy possession of moonshine
'' where the''shot" had been and
#; ;: possession
F ,' ysy. '". ,f." ... ,' .".'",. .";, Dodd; Brownlee Road, near the intersection I of for
: ".;' given. liquor sale in a dry
"' The fracas last week, in which his appreciation' with Road 16; ,county; Florence Reddish sale of
Expressing deep
four men, Leaman Waters, Robert JEWELL ETHEL ALLEN was the first! child in Brad- Gary Reddish's (Negro) eating;:moonshine.
Seal, Clinton Seal, and W. E. for the splendid 4 and efficient help N i I innoculdted with the Salk place, located at the colored ball
1 I ford County to b new \ac- : I All of those accused
.. :given by all concerned, Dr. Cov- of liquor
( Flakes, were charged with interfering ington gave special thanks to the cine for the preventionrLf polio. County Health Nurse, ,park.'I violations were represented by

I with the legal duty of an following list of volunteer workers )Irs. E. L. Knight, is seen atone preparing to gin the shot, as K. I 'I Mack Futch attorney, who re-
; : \ Marian Long assists in background. I Herbertquested I the court for time to
I Prescott C. Marks Ritch, Mike
The breaking and entering search both the affidavits and
(Additional Pictures Page 10))
Nurses, graduate RN: Mrs. Klondes
I Reddish his
charge against Roland P. Shively Gary and search warrants for sufficiency of
I rccused! of stealing from the Pas- Hugh Ingram, Mrs. Marian Long, i iI Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. C. A. Dr. Covington also extended I wife Florence Reddish. I evidence. Judge Yawn granted
s :Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Opal When C. :Marks Ritch's
z time Bar: ]Darby Mrs. J. H. DuPre Mrs. X.thanks to the Board of Public son, their request and ordered a new-
McAHley. Mrs. Anna McAliley, Jimmy, went to the courthouse to j
Other and the Instruction for the prompt and arraignment hearing for May 4,
cases :
M.1 Smith, Mrs. Francis Shealy,
jMrs. :Mark Adams, Mrs. Louise
\M charges are: efficient transportation of the I supply bond for his father, he was | Bond for each of the accused
:Kinser, Mrs. Norma Thompson, :Mrs. E. A. Hall, Mrs.. MerrillStrath I notified of a warrant on a liquor,
M.ma children to
and from the Health
I was set as follows Prescott,
C L. Green, worthless check
; 'as well :Mrs. Arlene L. :Mc-
: as : Mrs E. L. Matthews, Mrs. charge for his arrest and promptly
Department and to the Starke City $li500; C. Marks Ritch, $500:
William (
James ,
Tyson (Negro), 1 Knight, Mrs. Martha Snellen, F. H. Slade, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Police. "Suckers," coffee, and ,taken off to the jail. !Klondes. $1.000
cups I : Jimmy Ritch,
TITIAN-HAIRED RUTII EDWARDS LANE of Starke, secretary t() Robinson (Negro), Simon Mitchell' Bradford County Health Dept., Mrs. A. Y. Covington. donated !I At be-
were by Koch's arraignment proceedings
:$500. Gary Reddish $1,000; Flor-
Bradford County Represente>} .Doyle E. Conner was elected II s (Negro), and John Henry Spence, Miss Grace Horn, Mrs. Mertie Le- High School boys, in charge of Store, the A & P., and Lovett"s.road I fore County Judge Theron A. ence Reddish, $500.

Fight the Pike" by foes of the-"tate-long toll road in an unsuccess-. and Alex McGuffie, all nonsupport II!Claire, Clay County Health Dept, block and traffic: Harold The only ontoward event of the I

last-ditch effort to defeat the turnpike bill in the House of Kepre-. ; Isham Davis, forgery; Robert; and Mrs. Brooks, of Green Cove Beasley, D. R. Griffis, Townsend whole affair happened later in the
Lee Taylor, Floyd Cason, and An-,
Bfntathes this ueek. In spite of the undenia&e charms of Mrs. Lane, thony Cybulski, all on worthless 4 Springs Strickland, Jack Crawford, Rocky morning, when a colored boy with Work\ Starts On Telegraph AdditionWork
who is sen'ing her first term as a legislative attache, the House passed check charge. Doctors: T. G. Ritch, A. J. I Garner, Stanley Clark, Clifford a "kick like a mule," put Jack
the toll road bill 60-30. The measure will be voted, J n the Senat Barry, P. G. Felos. Martin, and James Bowers. Trawick out of action temporarily.
Late this week Duncan had not
today (Friday) and predictions are that it will paT the upper ho use filed informations Other volunteer workers: Mrs Health Department: Jack TraThe next treatment will be given started this week on a department of the Telegraph

also. This picture of "Miss Fight the Pike" was featured on the frontpage yet these cases with the clerk on any of the of IS.I G. McGarvey Mrs. Rudy Barry, 'wick and Joan Chitty. on May 12. 25 x 85-foot addition to the Bradford while the rear portions will pro-

of Mondaj's "Capital Post," new Tallahassee dally newspaper. Circuit Court. County Telegraph which will vide badly needed space in the
Youthful Driver double the space of the present composing room and press room
Bids Invited Produce Slow
As State's he decideson
newspaper plant. When the new of the newspaper plant.
Berry Volume Spring Festival the basis of the testimony if Armory Board Given WarningA addition is completed, most of the E. L. Matthews, owner said
there is evidence to IBy
bringa StartedIn
Getting west wall of the present building that the expansion program had
case to trial. Capital offenses,On Timber Supplies youthful driver, charged with
will be removed, throwing the ,been under consideration for sometime
Fails To Rally Friday such as murder and rape, on whichhe i Brooker Area improper parking at Police Courton I two together. The front of the due to the rapid growth of
NightA files an information, are turned i' An invitation for bids for timber Monday was given a suspended present building will undergo exStarke.. The additional space will!!
over to a grand jury for action; products located on certain sentence by Mayor J. R. Wain-,
I. jtensive alterations, and will be tied permit the Telegraph to provide
on lesser .charges, the cases are portions of Camp Blanding were Activity on the Brooker Market wright with the warning that the''in
With( hot/'dry, windy weather Spring Festival featurin with the new building to make services to its customers that are
[ certified to the circuit court for asked for this week by the Armory' slow gettin: .started Manager driver scrupulously obey all traf-
retarding production a total of the Bradford High School Bandarid'Ch one continuous front featuring al(impossible under present limita-
tridl. Board, State Arsenal, St Au Ralph Nettles reported this week, fic laws in the future. His license
only 518 crat s"ot strawberrieswere f B, a May pole dance and I plate glass display window and 1! t'"ons.
gustine. Bids should be addressedto with some beans, squash, and Irish was marked by the Mayor, and if
sold this week on the Starke skits, and dances by various I Roman brick trim. Triest Construction Company is
Col. Ralph W. Cooper Jr., State potatoes being sold. picked up again on another violation -
Farmers Market, according to groups of elementary and high Frank McKinney Most of the front part of the the contractor. The building permit -
!Quartermaster, at the above ad- Potatoes are bringing lower a double penalty will be assessed. I
market manager M. R Judd. school students will be held tonight new building will be utilized by i, issued was in the amount of
dress. They will be opened at 2 prices than with 63 I .
was ,
Prices still remained good, with (Friday) at the Bradford Found Not expected an expansion of the office supply $10,000.
Guilty m., Friday, May 20. of No. A 14 In I
p. hampers bringing $3; addition to several cases involving -
the high $12.60 low $7, and an Stadium, starting at 8 p.m.,
IOn I! Complete details as to the lands hampers of No. B, $2; while 447 I "running the red light" in
of better than and I Bradford School
average $10, a High Principal
total revenue to growers of $5,- C. S, Partin announced this week. l Rape Charge involved, procedures of cutting fifty-lb bags of A's brought $3. the school zone a colored man, All Adults Interested In Study Classes
the timber, etc., are posted on the and 26 bags of B's, $2. charged by his wife with fighting,
To Meet In BHS 5
013.70. bringing the total for the The P. K. Yonge High School]i I'j Advised Library May
season to $50,142.37 and the Lake Butler bands will be j Frank McKinney 28, former bulletin board in the courthouse. One grower sold a field of potatoes was fined $25, or five days in jail.

Quality of the fruit was rather I guests. resident of Bradford County, now for $21,500. A representative from the Adult any type of class for any reason

poor, according to Ben Winstead, Admission will be adults 50 I residing in Alachua, was acquittedin Johns Bill Would Black Valentine bean prices were Dog VaccinationsStart Education Division of the Florida I are urged to attend the scheduled

government inspector, with some cents, and students 25 cents. circuit court in Gainesville cut by poor quality; 488 hamperssold SaturdayThe State Department of Education I meeting even though they may n 0 twill
of the berries sold as unclassified; Tuesday of the attempted rape of for between $2 and $2.50. meet with all adults interested :!have sent in. a
Allow preregistrationin
some representative grades were a 19-year-old Hawthorne girl on SegregationIn Squash sold as follows: 254 yellow annual vaccination of dogs in taking any type of study course

2.60.0-. 880..0, and 4.12-0-0, Rowland Named March 10. The six-man jury deliberated crookneck No. 1, $1.75 to $2.50; against rabies, sponsored by the Thursday May 5. The organizational card.
the 12 figures in the last grade District DeputyIn 90 minutes before returning County SchoolsBy 57 crookneck No. 2, $1; 25 ham- Bradford County Health Dept., will meeting will be held at 7:30: J. W. (Till Patray Jr., presentp.

referring to over-ripe berries. its verdict. ers ((35's;, ) No. I, $1.50. be held in Starke Saturday April m. in the BHS library. A simi- director of the veteran's program,

Berry growers had varying re- Masonic OrderBen The girl testified that McKinney a unanimous vote of 34-0 the Nettles reports that most crops 30, 8:30 a.m. to noon, and will be lar meeting will be held at the I will be the director for the adult

had parked on a dirt road, instead administered by Dr. R. S. Mullins, RJE School for Negro. adults at I program, It was announced-
ports as to the outlook. Some said B. Rowland was appointed I Florida Senate passed Wednesdaya look good, including tobacco, but
I of taking her home, and attemptedr at his veterinary office, the first the same time. According to L. H.I j
for them that
the season was over District Deputy, Grand Mastei bill introduced by Sen. Charley some rain would be very wel-
attack her.McKinney building on Brownlee Road from Gibson, General Supervisor, the Singing Convention
while others their bushes this
reported Mason of the Eighth Masonic District which would come at time.
were still full of fruit. which is comprised of eight"I:. I said that he was E. Johns of Starke He reports that Everett Gaineyis the intersection of Highway 16. nurpose of the meetings will be;,
'drunk and did not remember any authorize the school boards of the The charge will be $1.50 per 'o give orientation and informa- The Bradford-Union singing con-
talk about future II
of the I
Most lodges in Bradford, Baker, Union,, having a 10-inch well dug for
,of the incidents the of which 50 what classes wall vtntion will meet all day Sunday.
planting of berries is about the leading to state to maintain segregation irrigating tobacco.Huggins dog is cents cheaper tion regarding
Duval counties, at the 126th I
land assault Several than offered in as May I, at Bayless Highway Bap-
"90" and one market official Grand Communication at J: alleged attempt. races in Florida schools. the regular price. "mbably be July
witnesses testified that he was Other communities in Bradford I.\-I''I as those in September, the tist Church. This is a Home-
estimates that 90 per cent of those Jacksonville recently. Under provisions of the bill,
planted next year will be of that drinking before he and the girl county boards would have the ShowsImprovement County will have a similar sem.ethe I-I'' of the classes, when they will coming service at the church, andipM
I Worshipful Master Gene Long: went for a ride together. I( places and times will be announced and for how long all interested persons are invited
variety One person stated authority to assign pupils to the
stated that this is the first timein Judge Geo. L. Patten of Starke later AM\ adults interested In taking to be present.
the 90" bears heavily and then years that a Bradford County, presided at the trial. schools to which they feel theyare I

practically quits, and that conse- mason has held the office of district best adapted thus, in effect,
quently it fits in well with the seaSon deputy.giade circumventing the U. S. Supreme County Agent George T. Hug-

in this area. Gibson Elected Court's decision outlawing segregation gins who has been seriously ill ;
< "eIfj
Market Manager Judd reports the packages which would in the school system. since Wednesday of last week, is

that there will be some green Ihe "farmer pack." The crops;: iPost Commander I I Sen. Johns explained that his better now and is expected to

beans and Irish potatoes on the would ,be packed by the farmer h'll contained the "best features" return to his home here this weekend _

[(* market next week and that the tin! his field then graded on the,,1 i j L H. Gibson was elected Post I{of laws enacted in Georgia and from St. Vincent's Hospital,

crops in the field look good. j market and sold by the auclioI1I i Commander at the annual election j Mississippi.; "Counties in our state Jacksonville.

There was some discussion on method. There would be a fee ol f I that I( want to keep segregation in It is reported, however, that the 'J 41'r9LJ
I officers for Post 56, held in the
the platform this week about two cents per package for the. IOf American Legion home I the school system can do it under !popular county agent must have

whether growers would like to grading service, in this plan, whichis I Inight.. Tuesday my bill he explained. The; law ,,complete rest for some time after
have government grader on hand at the presE'nt'ntire1) unof. ;
a Other 1955-56 officers elected at would prohibit any student from returning home and will not be
during the vegetable season, to ficial. permitted to have visitors.
school without
attending a particular
this time
were: Harry Hatcher Jr.,
approval of the school board. Mr. Huggins was stricken to
1st vice commander; Kenneth
Grider, 2nd vice commander; T. C. In urging passage of the bill, wards the end of a Rotary Club 1 _

I TWINS BORN MONTH APARTWhen ;jllazen Jr., finance officer; Chas.S. I :en. Johns said he was "one senator meeting last week, where he had

Partin, chaplain; X. M. Smith who would not do anything'charge' :\ of the program, introducing
[historian I to the in two young university students
; Marvin A. Urquhart ser- Negro race any shape,
Jesse Newsome's three- for and refused to cooperate. In l jgeant at arms: and A. J. Thomas firm or fashion." He said there(as speakers. The students went

vear-old half-Braham cow had a ,fact he had just enough Brahman|jJr.|, service officer. James W. j are many Negroes in Bradford i home with him after the meetingand

bull calf recently, he never dream-I blood in him to lead Newsome and I II)Patmy was appointed adjutant. County and "I believe all of them ,! he became seriously ill after

ed that a "once in a lifetime" St John on a three-hour chase! !I The following members were I have voted for me every 'reaching house. He was placedin

event was on the way. all over that big pasture, before! elected to serve on the Executive '!have offered myself for office a local hospital and later movedto

The first hint that something they wore him out and took him I Board for the new year: Seeber'Ibecause they know I'm fair and I St. Vincent's. The exact natureof

strange was going on came three back to mama. Goodman, A. J. Thomas Jr., S. G. I always help them any way I can." i j his illness has not been announced r

days later when the cow just upWell, sure enough mammy goped t Denmark and John H. Godwin toyprve I Gov. Leroy Collins declined to Guardsmen

and refused to let the little cussed mean all over again and I out unexpired term of C. L. !av whether he would approve or

bull calf have any more milk. absolutely refused to let the little,. Currie. transferred.The Ii eto the bill if it clears the House. Broken Promise

She hooked at it, and kicked at one nurse, and by this time bothit following were appointed as I*ut said that he did not believe Alert To Alert

until Jesse took pity and turnmen were sorely puzzled to sayed delegates to the 37th Department |'t was necessary or would serve Costs Youth
out into nothing of the little bull who had
the poor little dogie Convention in Sarasota: L. H. !'l.nml'ful purpose. I i -
his herd to find a more sympathetic had enough knocking around by Gibson Guy Andrews, S. G. Denmark I, I Ten Extra Last HeekN surprise alert. ,
mammy. this time to last him for a long H. M. Hatcher Jr., andC. I Days the first ever staged by the '

Well the little calf had a lot long time. S. Partin. Alternates named :,Samuel Nichols National Guard on a nationwide -

of spirit and he kept going from The big mystery was solved one! \\'E'reY.. H. Graham. I. B. Clark. Dies At I' Failure to keep his word with basis, found most local a

one cow to another, getting a month later, when the cow presented .. Seeber Goodman, John Grew, and Keystone Judge. Theron A. Yawn cost W. Guardsmen ready to go on a .

squirt of milk here, and a kick Newsome with another I Thomas Finley. i Pamuel Nichols 83, died last L. Griffis an extra 10 days in the moment's notice s

in the face there, but managing calf a heifer. She is very fond I.I The post voted to accept the Friday night: at his home in Keystone county jaiLReleased Pfc Wayne Douglas (above

somehow to sneak enough nourishment of her latest offspring and is tak contract offered by C. A. Stephens 'I Heights after a brief illness. last Tuesday night by left) was first to report to the t : f 'r
ing good care of it. \ Judge Yawn with the understanding after the sounded. -
to keep going. Shows for this year's County Fair ''Mr. Nichols was born in Czecho- armory signal
mother Newsome questioned Dr. Robert t that he would the following .
In the, meantime, the '!Slovakia, but was a naturalized appear He was dressed in swim s
cow failed to "dry up," and asl Mullins about the event. Th te e: Cattlemen Plan 1!citizen of the U. S. day at a hearing on the af- trunks and washing his car at -

time went on Jesse and his friend, veterinarian said that it was quit \ He is survived by two daughters, fray which occurred that night at his home about two blocks t

V S. St. John, who also runs rare for calves to be born thai Meeting, Fridays i,Mrs. Shirley Sampson and :Mrs. the Blue Chip, a beer selling establishment from armory when he heard a

some cows on the pasture at the far apart that the longest interval i Pauline Shepardson, both of on Highway 16 alert on car radio. Five minutes .

old airport on Highway 301 south, he had ever heard of wa s\; I\ and an address by Dr.;I'Rochester, N. Y.; and one son, west of Starke, Griffis failed to later he checked in at armory. $ I

became worried about her. a week apart. 'I Frank Delaplane. U. S. Dept. of i Lewis Nichols of Massachusetts. show up at the courthouse.A Close behind Douglas was y

They tried to milk her out as The little bull calf Oh he''!Agriculture[ Gainesville district 1! Funeral services were held at warrant was issued he was Cpl. Joe Lamb (center) who I

her udder kept swelling more and back in the herd snatchingmore veterinarian'I' will feature the regular -(the graveside in Melrose apprehended in Jacksonville, caught alertit flashed on 'I
Cemetery MEN ARRIVED AT ARMORY faster than Pfc Douglas could sign
and finally decided to round little milk here and there, getting g monthly meeting of the Brad- brought back to Starke and Judge television screen at his homeon '
afternoon at 3 o'clock with
up the little dogie and put him an occasional kick in the noggin ijford County Cattlemen's Associa- '!'Rev. Warren Johnson Yawn sentenced him to 40 daysin St. Clair St. them in. Waiting at desk are (left to right) SFC Richard Carter,

to work to help them. or a hook in the rump, but gla
But the wary little calf must I to be away from his mean ol d''the Lion's Den, according to R. S. was in charge of arrangements. I than the other participants in the right) helped Issue equipment Cpl. Clifton K. Griffis.
have known what they wanted him mammy. "Bob" Mullins. affray : to men as they arrived. -Polar'ud j-Minute Photos by the TeIeg-raph--



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trrrrntat..m..n.. lowship. PAGE TWO FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1955; t ti
editorialSystematic Cottage Prayer Meeting will be i
Farmer's Diary held at the home of Willie Harris
LONG BRANCHby tonight (Friday) at 7:30 o'clock.J. ............... ....... er, Callie Griffis. (

By Sam McGarveybut 1... Strickland was called to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and
House Numbering \Irs. I. L. Strickland Baldwin last week to pray and HIGHLAND I Maggie Crews have returned from I

1u.La..AA..wu...A talk with John Higgenbotham, Tampa, where Mrs. Hardee under- j
we put a couple of big sweepson who is ill from a partial stroke of went surgery. She is getting along 1
Important For Many ReasonsAt the cultivator frame, and Clifton Carter is on the sick paralysis. UJ )Ir... Lacy Norman fine.Mr.

knocked some dirt up to the list this week and may have to Grandmother Wellhausen was and Mrs. E. W. Dinkins of

long last, home delivery of mail has been plants. Now if we can find the undergo surgery in the future if with us in church services at Long uAAA AAA..u.a.AAA.AuEvelyn Jacksonville vistied the Lacey t

approved for Starke, but as is often the case time to do some hoeing, we may he does not improve Sonny Griffis Branch last Sunday. She does not Norman of Jacksonville Normans Sunday. I

there are some conditions that must be met make some corn for eating and has also( been ill. get to attend often because of her spent the weekend with her par- Remember Church and Sunday
for the freezer. Mrs. Frank Wellhausen enteredthe advanced We feel that school each Sunday. Sunday
ents the
before this service is actually put into operation.In L. :XL Normans.
hospital Tuesday for surgery. does well to be able to attend at School 9:45: a.m. Worship service I
letter to Postmaster McGriff, Janette Griffis
Did some work on our nursery The last account we had of Ida all. Jacksonville 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer
of approval of home delivery service for Well, it looks like they'll be dig Albert spent the weekend with her moth- meeting each 7:30
berry patch, cleaned off one side Manning she was still in the hos- Smith also attended all Wednesday : pm. :
Starke, the post office department said: ging for gold over Brooker way of a bed and worked bonemealinto pital and able to walk around services last Sunday. This is the ____ I
"The patrons should be informed the delivery when they start soon to dig their it, but right now the grass and some, but not ready to come home first time he has been able to be

service may not be inaugurated until the housesare very precious Irish potatoes. We weeds too are growing, and we've with us since the horse threw him Meet Me AtStrickland's

numbered. Street signs are also prerequisiteto feel very happy about it, and got areal job on our hands. How- yet.A special musical program will and mangled his leg so badly.

establishment of city delivery service." wish that every farmer in the ever when Dick Ferguson was be held at the Clay Hill school .

Thus, another very strong argument for com- county had a patch of them. Cer- here he said the plants looked house Friday night May 6, at .-.r...

plete and systematic numbering of houses and tainly we're pleased that after good and that is encouraging. 7:30 o'clock. This affair is spon-
businesses in Starke is brought to the fore. The losing the two sacks we planted, sored by the PTA and refresh- !

present numbering is inadequate, incomplete, and we got another sack, for now ina Planted a couple of rows of ments will be on sale. The publicis _
small way we'll cash in on Fordhooks with Alice the
guiding invited.
instances incorrect.
many ordi- rpuds. Funny thing, we haven'tdusted seeder and Sam pulling it like a KINGSLEY LAKE
Now that Starke finally has a zoning The first Training Union pro-
and t
or sprayed them yet, FRIGIDAIREMade
and a zoning map, it should be a compara- mule. Trouble was, Sam never gram was held at Long Branch
nance we sure hope the bugs don't find "
tively simple matter to have the blocks designated them. could learn "Gee" and "Haw, Sunday night with 52 attendingand only by General

properly on the map so that numbers can be as- which one means right and which taking part. This Sunday Motors Corp. All other I
one left, so he made a sorry kind night Homer Smith will have Electric Refrigerators II I II
and are
individual homes
signed for Our berry patch is fairly white of mule.
Until recently, the matter was complicated by with bloom, but we're only pick- charge of the program in the made by other companies I

the fact that there were duplications in the namesof ing a few berries, and the ones We'll find out in a hurry if old Group Adult 2 Union.and Bessie He is Strickland captain of is and cannot use the word .

certain streets in Starke. There were several we're getting are knotty, no-good Crowder pea seed which has been captain of Group 1. The young Frigidaire. .
different First Streets, as well as duplications of things for the most part. The chewed with weevils will germi- folks are coming along well with

both Cypress and Oak Street names. But this doggone thrip have done a lot of nate or not, for we planted a their training and have started on Want{ A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
source of confusion has been eliminated and all damage and maybe we'll try Lin- couple of rows of them. Had the the Sword Drills.

streets now have different names and a new map dane and sulphur, which Leon seed left from last summer. ? ?
::; The Bayless Hiway Church will
Norman said works fine for him.
IS *
of the city will be completed soon, showing the s have its Homecoming service this THEN SEE
included in the recent boundary extensions, After doing some checking we
area Enjoyed a visit by :Mrs. Charlie decided we have not been doing Sunday and then on Sunday, May
for all streets.
and the correct designations
giving I II.! SMITH
Several possible approaches to the numbering Shuford Dick and Edith Ferguson. enough irrigation at one time, so 8, Long Branch will have Its an- E.
We showed them bur irriga- this week we decided to put at nual Homecoming. The Associa-
project have been suggested. One suggestion is tion In and the / I IT
north system operation least one inch of water on a crop tional Sing will be held at Long Tenth and Temple Ave .
be the dividing line between
Call Street
that Brimmer tomato the Fer-
at a watering. We can do this Branch and we look forward to a
and south halves of the city, and that Walnut us, which are looking Starke, Fla.
gusons gave by running the system about six; wonderful day of singing and fel
be the boundary between east and west. Edith tells the I I krv
Street nretty good. us hours, or two tanksful of gas.
Thus, the city would be divided into quadrantsand Brimmer plants, which are an improved -

systematic numbering could proceed on that Ponderosa, will do best if We tried it on a strip we hadjust r

batiie i they are staked. up. planted the other day with i THE WEATHER NOW
In addition to expediting home delivery of Fordhooks and peanuts, and when il l J

mail service, there are many other reasons whyan Flies have been driving our we investigated, 72 hours after we! MAKES THIS APPEAL,

adequate numbering system would be beneficial Cows and heifers crazy, so we planted, we found that the peanut;
effi- mixed up some Methoxychlor, and had already sprouted. 4
to citizens of Starke. Faster and more tt't
gave them a good spraying. Some- r0 ,
cient fire and police protection will be possible \ THESE DAY&p ?
how other, it that ,
in or just seems ; After that we moved the sys 24 I
definite location be given case
when a more
there always has to be one animal' tern over 40 feet, and now we ar,e fOR BUILDING
of call. It is little help to a fire-
an emergency which will give more trouble than 1 putting the water on the tomatoe s
man or a policeman, when receiving a call for all the rest combined, and in this 5 i and a few rows of corn. Of cours,e ARE IDEAL q< j4: iI

help, to be told that a fire or some other dis- case' it was Blossom who just tr any day now we may get too muc:h / '

turbance is taking place "three doors down from did not want any of that nastj f rain, but in the meantime it sur e G FOR AN
Sally Jones''house." With an up to date map of stuff on her! is helping to keep the crops fror n $ '
which each block would be numbered S s
the city on suffering.
properly, the police and fire department in many Planted about an acre of fie)3 I e. Evening of Fun and Relaxation

cases would save valuable time getting to the spot corn, and a couple of long rowsof s There used to be a little fro''g e k
where their services are needed. Valencia peanuts in right field'. that lived in the pitcher pump it :- "

Starke is growing, and growing fast, and Had too many peanuts for throws e the well we are now using for irr i- 0 LOCAL [ .IM.tBUILDERf. For The Family

systematic numbering would be a great convenience we had fixed, so we plante idT
three more rows in left field, ani lout he'd pop and scare us eve
not only for strangers within our gates, _
well. we'll see how these rows do with itime.. Now, there's a bee th;it :.: -- __ KATHING BOATING FISHING BOWLING
but for the home folks as
out fertilizer. lives in faucet at the anan
Now with city mail delivery, better fire and when he a comes out wet'pump he cat i'tIt, RKE::::::: BU/U/ >ERS PICNIC GROUNDS REAL HICKORY BARBECUE
and the convenience of residents SERVICE
police protection,
l The grass and weeds just abou fly, and by the time he dries of DINNERS
and visitors' alike .waiting on the installation of had the sweet corn and tomatoe!s, we're gone! SUPPLIES
complete street signs and markers and numberson _

all houses and businesses, it would seem that -- -- three dissenting votes in the Hous Catering To Church and School Groups

the City Council has a definite responsibility to .-',.'" Visitors to my office this pa st:i 4 &3JJ.atf.Al.

start the ball rolling on this long-needed project.We '" ,;:,, Report week included Mrs. Junius Smi'th ew.rr. --=- PHONE 696-J

do not know just how the mechanics of_ the ),, #. '" .' and son, Bob, of Starke.
: ", '
actual numbering would be worked out but there -1 ----- tipI a'" .

must be a starting place somewhere, and the interest fromCongress "

and cooperation of the Council in gettingthis

project under way would seem to be the

logical solution.Floridians. Deserve To Vote by BILLY MATTHEWS RECORD SALES

On Toll Rood Issue The Hoover Commission has reported -

The ease with which legislation providing fora save billions that the by improving Government its could sur- MEAN BIGGEST DEAL FOR YOU !

state-long toll road breezed through the lower plus disposal methods and by

house of the Legislature this week was a rude better use of its inventories. The

shock to thousands of Floridians who feel that Commission recommended a com-
.., ... .
the disrupting effect that such project would plete! Federal Catalog so that eachdepartment -' '. '.''' '' ''
a \: '
have on Florida's economy far outweighs any would know what the :, ..:IT; : :. : '. ,"'', '

possible good it can do. other had and what surpluses 't .. :, + .... '\ _
What the story will be when the turnpike bill were available. That would elimi- 4 NsvE .-- ., .4' :.'.. ;' ., ,. ;

reaches the Senate remains to be seen, but if the nate wasteful duplication buying : :, < .. l : > d
such as that of one military :;; >
eagerness #f the House to go overboard on this .. '. ; 'IF! .. .: A 'i
depot which laid in a 128-year ; : .' ... j. ,, ,'- ki...., f
.. it { '
; : i '
multi-million dollar speedway is any indicationof supply of a single item. Each .. t \ .., t .x:1 "' \ --, '.' '''
sentiment in the house there be .......... ...... ". ;" : .<':1 >'
upper may year the Government disposes of .f:.. ,, ,A.' ''''' f L ; :.: -, ....r. ..
little chance to block it. $2 billion worth of surpluses on
a aA
The House was in such a hurry to take this which it gets a return of between ; :
grave step that it blithly voted down an amend- five and seven per cent of acquisition i

ment which would have provided that the peoplebe value. If we could only get ,
given a chance to vote on the issue. one additional cent on each dollar .' '. :' d ::

This suggestion of a referendum has also mst of property sold the yield

been made by the magazine Suntime which said would be an extra $20 million a
>ear. The United States has Z R /"", '
in a recent editorial: . "Amidst all the hue and clamor regardingthe around the world assets of $155
billion not counting public lands,
state-long toll turnpike. almost no one seemsto
farm crops, surpluses, and stockpile -
have thought that the issue should be settledon materials, the Hoover Commission
democratic basis in other words
a it shouldbe reported stated.
put to a popular vote."
The House has passed H.R. 4644,
But the big interests that "
are pushing this a bill to give Postal workers an
monstrosity down the Florida peninsula want .
no 8 2 per cent average pay increase.
possibility of an upset in their plans, so there is The Senate has approved a ten per
little if any chance that the people will be givenan cent increase bill. The differencenow -

opportunity to express themselves on an issue between the two bills will : : :

that will, either directly or indirectly, affect the have to be worked out in conference -

lives of all. committee. President Eisen- 'e l
hower has favored an increase of
,: ;'..
Our Guard not more than 7.6 percent, and 'I''I''d
Inspires ConfidenceThe .
has suggested that he will veto A :.. ''..'"' <.' .

National Guard alert the bills which have passed the MERCURY MONTCLAIR HARDTOP COUPE (Above). This low-silhouette coupe-only 58}) inches high-typifies future styling that keeps Mercury Co-op
surprise Wednesday House and Senate. ahead in style. Mercury offers 11 models in 3 great series, including all-new Montclair 4-door Sedan-"hardtop" beauty with 4-door convenience.
night of last week gave us renewed confidenceand
The House, by unanimous-vote,
deeper appreciation of what it means to passed a bill calling for ,

Starke and Bradford County to have one of Federal Grants to nongovernmental .
Florida's outstanding units located in our midst. agencies for mental health re-
To see our keen young Guardsmen pouring into search. The bill will authorize NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU
the armory fully outfitted in neat uniforms and $250,000 for fiscal 1956, and 2
carrying their packs, minutes after the alert $500,000 a year for each of the I. BIGGER REASONS FOR BUYING IT
sounded was a sight to inspire confidence in our next two fiscal years. One of the Mercury sales are at an all-time high. Mercury prices start below 13 models'Ourhighvolumeletsusgiveyouatop

"citizen soldiers." greatest problems we have in in the low-price field.* .
-- Exclusive styling shared by no other car
It is easy to imagine what a crack unit like America today is this mental allowance for present car. floted on comporuda of nonufodurtrs' suggested., or factory
our Headquarters Company would mean to the health problem. I have been parti- your rttaif prices New SUPERTOROUEV8enginesoneverymodel
community in time of cularly concerned with the numberof
emergency whether ((188 and 198 horsepower)
storm, or riot. or any other type of disaster. our veterans who are suffering

Their assistance and protection in time of stress from mental illness. It is hoped 4-barrel vacuum carburetor on every
that as a result of this
would be invaluable, and their mere legislationmore COSTS DEAL ON FUTURE model at no extra cost
presence on research can be done in the DEAL ON OPERATING TRADE-IN VALUE
the scene would help maintain 3.BIG 4.BIG
morale and build
confidence.We field of mental health which will Dual exhausts at no extra cost on all
be helpful not only to our veterans, Mercury's famous operating econ- Mercury consistently leads its field Montclairs and Montereys
sleep better at night knowing that but to other citizens who have
have omy and low upkeep will save you for resale value, according to independent -
, a strong National Guard company in Starke. suffered and are suffering from gait-,joint front-wheel I suspensionAntifouling

., .J.9.1---:! !: ...... ...-. mental illness.. money by the mile. market reports.
The House has passed a bill high-compression spark
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH calling for a $1.3 billion four-year plugsIflERURY

EST. 1879 Navy shipbuilding program. The :
E L. MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR most controversial part of the bill E [ Consistently highest resale value in

was the part which authorized its field, according to authoritative
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS- another 60,000-ton aircraft carrier. IT PAYS TO OWN A -FOR FUTURE STYLING, SUPER POWER reports

@ PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Some members of Congress feel

that the supercarrier is too vulner-
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. able and this would probably be a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES waste of money. One interesting McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSCourt

ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 aspect of the construction is the
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE, FLORIDA UNDER submarines. I voted for & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447
THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879. powered Starke Fla.
tar:!:.-.. ........... __ ._J' this bill which passed with only ,








fvvvYYVYVyyvyytlvvvvvv' and Mrs. V. E. Thornton, Lynn NOTICE: TO APPEAR Boyd. 54 Ranger Drive, Waylyn, i!
area.Miss Crawford la Circuit Court Bradford Comntr., Charleston Heights, S. C.
Donna Faye was McRae, and Mr. and Mrs. Cl'deHut'y Florida IB
Cfcanerry. You are required to appear on
HAMPTONBy honored with a party Saturday at of Gainesville were among Webster D. Walker. Plan tift, vs. May 1C, 1955, In the above named f
the home of her parents, Mr. and those attending the birthday cele- Pearl Walker, Defendant.Case No 10.956 seeks Court divorce and cause and wherein restoration plaintiff of I

Mrs. Donahue Crawford, for her bration at Starke last Sunday in Nntlre To AppearsTo maiden name.Bradford I
Mrs. D. E. II11I second birthday. honor of Miss Julia Jackson. : Pearl Walker, whose resi County Telegraph shall tells f
Young guests one woman another. rl
dence and address is Unknown.
... .. : publish this Order In next four .
.A .AAAAAAAA played and were served refresh- Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. You are hereby notified mar a weekly Issues. I' jA I
suit for
ments on the lawn. Witness my hand and official seal
H. H. Lewis last
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hawes anr: Sunday were Divorcehas at Starke Florida this April 9, 1955
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hawes of Des Guest pastor at Hampton Bap- Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and been filed against you In .he (OFFICIAL SEAI>) Charles A. Darby
Moines, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. R. L. tist church Sunday and for prayer children of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. above named Court and cause and By Marian Ai Clerk,of said Court.
; you are required to serve a copy of L. Crosby Deputy Clerk MONFt
Birt of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. meeting Wednesday evening this W. C. Conner and daughter, Yvonne your answer or pleading tr the Lloyd Bass, JOS Clark Building, II IU I
week William Miss Underhill, and the complaint on the Plalitlff'iAttorney Jacksonville. Florida.
was of Ruby
Marvin Birt and son of Starke and E. K. Perryman, Starke, Attys. for Plf. 4/15 4t 5/6
.Jacksonville. H. M. :McRaes. Florida.
:Miss Anne Herlick of Jacksonville In Circuit ,
I Several end file the original In the office ot Court. Bradford County i
of the
, were dinner guests of Mrs. new stop signs the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor Florida In Chancery.
" W. R. Birt and Mrs. Florrie Belle were erected this week in Hampton fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYIBAYLESS before the 16 day of May, 1955; John Mattie T.Ann McLain McLaln., Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. y s I

Brown Friday. by the town council, and others Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as confessed of said- Case No. 10-953 r- on scores of items

Mrs. Dan Johnson and her sis- will be set up as soon as more HITOBy \ .by you. Order Appear Of Publication State of Florida And Notice Toi To I

Mrs. Ve.rsie Barnes of Palatka, posts are delivered, according to This notice shall be publishedonce John T. McLain. whose residenceand
ter each week for four consecutive ,
address is: Unknown.You .
who has been visiting with the Mayor G. P. Wadsworth. Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA weeks In the Bradford County Tele- are required to appear on One stop at A&P will convince you that shopping here pays. I
graph. May 16, 1955 in the above named L a
Johnsons for several weeks, were SCHOOL NEWS Dated this 11 day of April. 1955. Court and cause wherein plaintiff You con cut your total food bill at AiP because you save on l
weekend visitors to Orlando. Mr. (oFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A. Darby seeks divorce and restoration of I
Or- were eighty of our pupils Mrs. Kirby Callahan and baby, Clerk of the Circuit Court maiden name.Bradford many, many items any day you shop. So why don't you come ,
and Mrs. James Broom and five of our teachers in reli- Karen, of Miami spent last week By Marian L. Croeby, Deputy Clerk County Telegraph shall see how too I
lando drove them back to Hampton gious services last 4/15 4t S/8 publish this Order In next four you can save at A&P.
Sunday.On with her parents, the R. R. Cros- weekly issues. I
Sunday evening. Wednesday of last week one In Circuit (' ,adford County, Witness my hand and official seal I
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ogden of of bys.Mr. Florida In Chancery. at Starke, Florida, this April 9, 1955. 1etA6P4G4
our teachers, Mrs. H. J. Waters
I and Mrs. Lois Newmans and Gladys A. McSwaln, Plaintiff, vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
visited Mrs. J. H. Saxon conducted in I William If. McSwaln, Defendant. Clerk of
Pompano a chapel the audi- said Court.
in Hampton.Mr. torium. We children were shopping in Gaines Order Of Publication And .Notice To By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ( DEL MONTE Fancy Fruit
Saturday ate glad to have this ville last Saturday. Appear Mate of Florida Tot Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building,
and Mrs. William Fowler Christian young man a member of I William II. McSwaln. whose residence Jacksonville. Florida.
and daughter moved this week to our faculty. Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby, and address is: e'o Mrs. Susie Attys. for Plf. 4 15 4t 5,'. MILD AND MElLOW COCKTAIL 1-lb Can 21C I
Mr. Fowler will be Miss :Mary Alyce Crosby, and Miss
employed Lawtey, with state forestry in Hamp-work. and:Mrs.Mrs.Ola R.M.E.Perkins Starr visited in Gaines-Mr. visitors Beverly to Jo Jacksonville Crosby were last business Tues- Announcing The Opening Ot 'I f 8 0' LC 1K Ann Page Swanson PLUM PRESERVES orCO'Fiii

have been staying
They ville last Sunday evening. While
GRAPE 2-/bJor/
Fowler's parents 35C
ton with Mrs. day.Mr.
there :Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Starr
Mr and Mrs. J. Williams, since called on Mrs. Ann Guy who for : and Mrs. Merwin and daughter -, STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE i
discharge. of Jacksonville visited Mr. (TTBEETS
Mr. Fowler's army lived in Starke and I
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Barnes, J. ton.years Mrs. Guy asked that Hamp-she be and Mrs. R. D. Reddish Sunday. 0 RECORDING OR ANY KIND OF RADIATOR 'I Mb.! .

" M. Garrison, Mrs. McCullough, remembered to all of her friendsIn Rufus ,Crosby and Mrs. Ruby I REPAIRS 'BQ9 79<<: 303 ConPILISBURY'S gc
Luke, McCullough and Mr. and this section. Crosby have been on the sick S I
t Mrs. L. B. Williamson of Theressawere list but are getting along nicely I ORANGE
The eighth grade in Hampton -
Sunday visitors at the Wiley

Williamsons. named gress School in has the shown class work unusual for pro-the now.Cottage Prayer Meeting was Temple Ave. Green Bldg. Starke Calo Cat or 2 15-oz Cans Cake Mix 17-oz. 35c
Markalee Norman was held in the home of Rev. H. C.
Hampton town marshall lask weekto year. The group has already Martin last Friday night.HOMECOMING TONY HAMS, Manager Dog Food 25cLibby's Pkg
finished the major portion of planned -
David Brown who resigned -
replace WHITEHOUSE Safe Pure
12-oz Can ,
last month. work and is now checking up -
Mrs. Carlton Chastain .on odds and ends to be completed The Bayless Hiway Baptist .- ."- -,- Corned Beef 45cLibby's
Mr. and --- -- -- -- -- -- - -- ---- -- --
and children of Sanford visited in Before final examinations. Prac- Churchill observe Homecomingon Evap. Milk 3 Cools Is 35c
I, will be- SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
Hampton last week with Mrs. Jes- tice on the class play is in full Sunday, May Singing Corned 1-lb Can

sie Chastain.Mr. swing and it will be given in the gin at 10 a. m., and Rev. Colonel Beef Hash 29c

and Mrs. Joe E. Williamsof near future. Crosby, pastor of Black Creek DRASTIC Ann PageUbby's

Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Several of our pupils are plan- Baptist Church, will be guest POTTED MAYONNAISEWISCONSIN Qt 47C
Salva of Cincinnati, Ohio visitedat ning to participate in the talent speaker at 11 o'clock. Dinner will) Meat 3''A':r. 25c

the J. W. Horne home and with show in Starke which is being be served about 1 p. m. The Brad- FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE ,
libby't ViennaSausage
Mrs. Dick Williams last week. sponsored by the Lions' Club.PINE ford-Union Singing Conventionwill Fresh Colored
be held the afternoonand 4I
Hampton Christian Church will during > 15*
we are expecting singers from REDUCTIONSKeep Contibbys
feature a song-fest Sunday eve- wvvwwwwvvvvvwwwwvwwwwwvv Cheese 41c
other conventions. Everybody welcome -
ning, May 1, at the church, at lb.
and bring a full basket. Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit Tripe r.

8 Mr.p. m.and Mrs. Lester Slade and LEVELby Our church also begins Youth from the LOWEST possible rates. Con 19c<< RED HEART-Three Flavors

Week this Sunday night, contin- Royal

son their of home Hampton and Lake possessions, who lost Mrs. II. M. :\lrHaeAA&A. uing through the following Sunday. STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY Tuna Fish '. 29c Dog Food 3 1-lb. 29c
Earl Holley will be the speaker. Cans
through fire recently were honored A .... AAA.uAAAAAkAA.uAA Church services, Sunday School, For Cooking & Salads Qt Bot
at a surprise shower at their Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone LONA
home Thursday evening. April 21. Mrs. F. L. Thornberg and son, and BTU as usual at Bayless Hi- Wesson Oil 57c.
S. Sgt. F. ,Lee Thornburg Jr. of way Church.Crayer meeting every l-LB
Hostesses for the evening were Clinton, S. "C,; were weekend Wednesday night Rev. H. C. 285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Vegetable ShorteningSnowdrift TOMATOES lOC
Mrs. T. J. Alderman. Mrs. George
guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Martin, pastor.WOODIAWN. 3.* 7ge TAX
Mrs. Vernon Slade and
Williams t ;
:Mrs. Avery Slade. Refreshmentswere Hall. They left Monday morningfor SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVEAAAAAAAAALAAAALAAAAiAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAALLAAAL Cashmere ARMOUR'S STAR
a visit to St. Augustine and a MISSIONARY

served the to friends and neighbors short visit with Rev. and Mrs.J BAPTIST CHURCH .... .- -- Bouquet# 3 Regular 25tf<< The All Purpose 12
in yard. -- ---- --" c- --- - ---- -- --- jar Treet oz. 35c
E. Murrhee and son at Hilliard.
The Lester Slade family wish to 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Cashmere Meat Can
Mrs. Viola Cheshire of Palatka
preaching. 6:15 BTU o:43 -
their thanks to the com- prayer
express spent last week with her son-in- service, 7 o'clock services j Bouquet 2 Both 25c ANN PAGE
munity for their help during and law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 eveninff services.song There's Always Something Bars << SPARKLE GELATIN
since the fire, to the Starke Fire Robert Bwrry'i Old fashioned Sugar
Starling, and family. She
Department and the Rayonier Co. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 9_ Desserts 5 2/c
Sunday for Barberville for a Cookies 19c Pkgs.
for the use of their fire trucks; visit with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny In The Court Of County The County Florida Judgt.Bradford : COOKIfTAT 'kg. <<

also the Hampton Baptist, Church I Turner. la Probate.IN 3 Kiebltr Oi>pSaltines A&P .
Fancy of
WMU for the shower and gifts RE: ESTATE OF THOMAS J.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. :Moss and I GRIFFIN Deceased. *
received; and for the shower family of Michigan last.To All Creditor and PrrnoM lIay- ,, ; 25c<<
Thursday evening and gifts Bradfordand from :week with relatives here.spent lag Said Claim KMtatn or Demand Against MARY & SIIAFE Soap Powder GrapefruitREGULAR f 2 Can 1-lb 27

friends and relatives in You and each of you are hereby
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas
surrounding counties. ,notified and required to present any (BUS DEPOT FORMERLY JUNE'S GRILL) :A9,. 30c<<
visited their son-in-law and daughter -claims and demands which you or SIZE Popular Brands
National Cancer Sunday was I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams, ,either of you may have against the GIVE US A TRIAL It Float
in the estate of Thomas J. Griffin, deceased -
here Sunday
observed Hampton Baptist Church, with :visited at Melrose Mr. and Sunday.Mrs.They Herman also ,Judge late of of said Bradford County County to the, County Florida -- .. Businessman's 50c and 65c Plate Lunch Ivory Soap 2 S? 27cA&P's << CIGARETTES Ctn $2.1

and litera- at his office in the court houseof Steaks Chops Sandwiches Chill
collection cancer
cans Thomas in the Rising section last said County at Starke. Florida, Our Own
Malts Shakes Scdas Sundaes
ture distributed. Canisters have within eight calendar months from own Pure
in businesses in Friday. the time of the first publication of COFFEE THAT'S GOOD 5c VEGETABLE SHORTENING
also been placed John Edwin McRae and familyof thH notice. Each claim or demand TEA BAGS 48 Bags 43C
the area. A canvass of homes shall be in writing, and shall state
Green Cove
for the drive will take place this : Springs spent the place of residence and post office Meal Tickets -- $4.50 for $4.00 d
Thursday and Friday night of I address of the claimant and e X 0 SULTANA
week, according to Mrs. T. J. Alderman 1 last week with his grandparents, ,shall ,be sworn to ,by and the claimant such The Only Bread We Serfe In Our Burgers
agent or attorney any
chairman. I the H. M. McRaes, before leavingfor .claim ordemand not so filed shall Is The Bun PORK & BEANS Lb Can 10C
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell visited In be void.
Charleston, S. C., where he Lb.
last Mamie Elizabeth Griffin, Mary and Bill Mason welcome you 3 73
Jacksonville for a few days has been transferred by the Navy. As administrator of the Estateof Can :
Mrs. A: Thomas J. Griffin deceased.
week with her daughter,
M. Burls and family. ft"SuperRight"

Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Alderman .

visited in Lake City Sunday with Modern 12-volleledrlol'Y'leml! Top Quality

the George Aldermans.Mrs. The only car in the low-price field f

Inzie Morrow and Mrs. H with the extra energy of 12 volts ,
Smith and of whyChevrolet
David daughter ere S MEAT BUYS"SuperRight"
Plant City were Sunday visitorsat twice the electrical punch! Garden Fresh

the Marshall Matchett and G.

P.Langford Wadsworth Hicks homes.of Leesburg : i Faster stronger cranking for cold-weather starts and Fruits andVegetables Tender Boneless Smoked

a "fatter" spark for faultless high-speed operation.
visited Mrs. Mamie Meade' in
Hampton Sunday.Mr. : Pork Butts lb. 59c

: and Mrs. Edward Saxon Highest standard compression ratio In its field!

and daughter visited last week in : Chevrolet's compression ratio is 8 to 1, to wring every I

Eau Gallie with Mrs. Saxon's par ) possible ounce of power and extra miles out of every Super-Right Grade A Fryer Parts LB.59C.
ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope. V of
8 gallon gas.
Cliff Slade, son of Mr. and Mrs. out B S. or I
Avery Slade, celebrated his third : H Requires only four quarts of oil! LEGS THIGHS

birthday with a party at his home Chevrolet's V8 engines are so effi-

Friday afternoon, April 22. Games S Y | dent they need only four quarts of

were played and refreshments 11 u J oil so you save on every change!
b J-tTt RIPE All Meat
served on the lawn with about 20 ever 0 Super-Right

guests present Highest horsepower per pound! 0\

Miss Brenda Sue Hirson, daughter ., These great V8's weigh far less than Lb

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went to Columbus last weekend
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I-KIUAV. APRIL %9, 1933 \
t-flsflrsSsnrrrrs tn ss rs ss. sss
Mrs. W. L. Andrews r- I ,

Elected State1Voodman t _- Jr. Woman's Club Family ReunionAt

Officer Judge -- iT Meet! MondayThe Home Of I

I II Junior Woman's Club will V. AndersonThe
I The state convention of the II.
meet Monday night at S o'clock
(Supreme Forest Woodmen's Circle ,in the club house for the last meet- home of :Mr.: and Mrs. I. V. \
was held in Gainesville at the: Yawn Anderson at 303 E.
ling before adjourning for the 10th St was
Thomas Hotel, April 23-26. the scene of r
Gladys Mooty 'mer. a happy family reunion t

Phone 35 There were 60 National and I''j Hostesses will be :Mrs.: A. H.Harley. last Sunday when all of Mr.Andersons '.
State officers
present and 108
[ Ill, chairman :Miss: Joyce brothers and sisters,
Ss.ssSrsssrr I ssssssr p P flfls s sst rrrsnsflrs, delegates and members. Duringthe except one, gathered here
Opens Bolton Mrs. Robert Barksd ,
business meeting, Mrs. W. L.
pre-arrangement. Mr.
Garden Club I Jean Mrs. Jerry Gay. Mrs. Steve Simmons Anderson
Mundy Andrews
was elected State Chap and Mrs. C. E. Devlin. said that he had been "hoping and
Sees ConservationFilm To Get AwardMiss lain for the next two years. Mrs.T. !, i:praying" for such a get-together.

C. Chastain was a delegate to i but that the reunion
Monday"Yours this convention and will give a:1 Flower I'Beta Sigma Phi ,a surprise and quite unexpected.was I

full report of the convention to the: Inducts TenRushees Together with their families
Is The Land, a colored
fI ,
members of the Starke Grove at the following brothers and sisters-
conservation film, was shown at I
the next business meeting. : Monday ,were Lee
the present: Anderson of
April meeting of the Starke Show

Garden Club Monday night at the The Beta Sigma Phi I Jacksonville; Robert Anderson.
I sorority
--4- Home Demonstration Gainesville: Mrs. Lillie Conner.
Parish House on Church street. I held its model meeting Monday
Macclenny; Mrs. C. H. Davis.
Miss Clara Leaman conserva- County Council iLi evening at the home of Minnie Lu Starke; Mrs. C. R. Rhoden, Baldwin .
tion chairman, was in charge of !
c Patray with Betty May cohos-
: as ; and Mrs. T. A.
the program and arranged for Met At Brooker ---- ,-.i 1 Byrd, Glen

Rev. L. D. Haines to show the ; : Flower enthusiasts were enthralled COUNTY JUDGE T. A. YAWN cuts ribbon to officially open 195;5 tess.There was an open discussion on I Jj J i St. Mary Also present were theAndersons'
conservation film. the Members of the Home Demonstration l the son-in-law and daugh-
Following 1L by lovely arrangementsand Flower Show last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Vasco Hazen (dark dress:) ,the project for the year "The Cancer -
picture Mrs. A. R. Norman showed 1., County Council spent a horticulture displays at the Show Loan Closet." This is':'ter, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sapp and
busy Chairman and )11"1.1.: F. Ha/on (white hat U president ol project
colored slides from the collectionof day Tuesday at the Community second annual flower !
show presented for Bradford family of Hampton, and
tU Hall in Brooker the Garden Club. Others in photo who assisted with various phases County and any a nephew
Mrs. J. L. Price director of learning about by the Starke Garden Club i with old
persons and discarded and niece Mr. and
h District 4 landscaping their home and mak- of the show are Mrs. M. Latternian, Mrs. Kate l'ihpppardIrs.: S. F,. i I Mrs. Robe
on flower Saturday and in
arrange- Sunday the
ments taken at ing plans for future activities. American Sparks Mrs. I:. F. Young, and :Mrs. J. I). Do 'Il'. shirts please turn them in to Martha I}Davis, Starke.A .
different flower
Legion Hall. The show,I Yancey or call her at 291 and
shows. I The speaker Jasper Joiner, assistant which carried out the theme "Our : -nmeone. will pick them up. These weiner roast was enjvuii!

During the business meeting, horticulturist with the Agricultural Town, Starke Beautiful," was sh'rts will be made into gowns for lUrIng: the day

presided over by the president. Extension Service in given a superior rating by the I ( iiucr patients.The .
Mrs. M. F. Hazen she asked all Gainesville, was introduced by three Jacksonville judges. I II following ten rushees joined '
,Miss Dorothy Ross, home demon-
committee chairmen to turn in > ,
''stration The. stage, a focal point of the, ii orority at the Monday night
written reports of their year's ies to agent. He urged the lad- show, represented a garden complete ", rmg: Myldred Cuttino. Luo:' ? ? :
work at the next meeting. At the ourhomes things of I with growing flowers against' HInson, Hanson McMillan, Emily

May meeting on Monday, May 23, have beauty the here in Florida., We should a background of greenery. Centering 1c'4 :. *j.', fney. Marian Meyers, Phyllis t
most beautiful
there will be a covered dish sup- yards be- the garden were wroughtiron 44c nh'llips. Muriel Gay, Marilyn Firth
cause of the favorable climate.
per and installation of officers. table and chairs and portable Kitten! Conner Carolyn Edwards
In developing the plan for the barbecue pit. This arrange-:, ,,fltl i Betty Warren.Birthday .
'improvement of the yard, he advised -
\VCTU Meeting ment was entered by Mrs. R. B.
thinking of it as would
I Alvarez, Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. Dinner
The, 7/CTU will meet this after- I when you decorate the interior' of V. V. Hazen, and Mrs. Paul Ray-i

noon (Friday) in the Tabernacle, your home You divide the house mond, and received a gold (superior For Lawton Bryan
: : Jean Mundy, daughter of up into rooms and select appropriate I I
annex at 3 o'clock. i ) ribbon. In front of the
The Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy of and useful furniture for :Mrs Ruby Thornton was hostessat
attention of Junior and garden was a terrace of flowers''
will receive those rooms. Even so must a family dinner last
Starke a merit award you Sundayin
Senior High School students is by a white picket J
iplan the landscaping of the out- I honor of her father, Lawton
for achievements in!
called to the Temperance Contest outstanding for which a green ribbon,j
[side. Divide it into areas and Br 'an. who
was his
up observing
which is now in progress and school community, and church I I (special rating) was presented to ': _
select plants their habit 80th
by of birthday \
which closes May 20. Studentsare work on the Pepsi-Cola program, Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. S. E.I anniversary. bulL MOUNTAIN GOAT IS NOTED
urged to enter the contest. 'growth for their own particularplace Sparks. At the other end of the r- : Enjoying this occasion with the i FOR ITS U URPA5S"8U. SKILL
station WMBR-TV Monday nightI in those areas. honor IN MOUNTAIN
guest were Mr. CLIMBING--THUS
hall, Mrs. R. F. Young also received 1 and J.lrs1
7:30 o'clock. He said that no home in Florida a special rating ribbon for Joe Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Preston ELUDING ITS ENEMIES.
BoardThe __..
has a place for sheared hedges or Roberts and families of Starke t
her beautiful display of orchidsin -.:- .: : -- -- '
OES To Meet shrubs. There should be no shear- i -- Mrs. Dock Wilson and sons of -
executive board of the front of the fireplace. Across i.
Starke Woman's Club will meet ing that can be readily detected, the entire length of the mantel: TRI-COLO.U WINNER in arrangements classification.. .Mrs. S. E. Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ro- does not take spedal skill to
f 1 The Order of Eastern Star will I but only occasional clipping to were potted maiden hair fern i Sparks' artistic driftwood arrangement. ,berts and family of Glen St. have TIME AND MONEY at

in the club lounge Thursday after !I meet Monday night May 2, at 8 I keep shrubs within bounds. which made a picturesque background j:Marys. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hill the BULLINGTON STUDIO &

noon, May 5, at 3:30 o'clock. o'clock in the Chapter room. I Mrs. W. W. Hammond, president for the orchid display. the sweepstakes award for winning way 8th grade, and Richard Ches- I and family of Macclenny. and Mr. GIFT SHOP and don't forget -

,-- -- -- -- ,- -- ---- of the council, presided over the County Judge Theron A. Yawn the most blue ribbons in the ;ser, 5th grade, received blue rib I and Mrs. Randolph Bryan and to send a HALLMARK Mothers

L.. business meeting, and Mrs. A. H. officiated at the opening ceremony show. Mrs. Claude Prevatt was ,bons. j family of Raiford. Day card that sajs. "You Care

Harley, spiritual chairman, gave Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock given the Tri-color award for her II: Sunday afternoon the guestswere : '" All) of the children were present Enough to send the Very Best"

the devotional. and gave a brief speech commending luscious display of strawberries in entertained-"with a beauti except Nolan Bryan who lives in A FEW GIFT SUGGESTIONS:
The Home Demonstration members j the Horticulture section, and Mrs.I ful musical program Patterson
A New I the members of the club for presented by: I Ga. and could not at-
Standard Accuracy were invited to enter some their achievements in beautifying S. E. Sparks won the Tri-color the quartet, Miss Aliese Lawson, I tend. Eight grandchildren were DIAMOND KINGARTIFICIAL

corn shuck door mats and other Starke. Mrs. M. F. Hazen, president award in the arrangement section Mrs. Randall Chitty, Miss Helen with Mr. Bryan On this occasion. FLOWERS
articles in the exhibit held in connection for her driftwood arrangementOthers Haines, and Mrs. Ed Altman, ac JEWELRY
1 with the Florida Folk Festival of the club, thanked Judge receiving blue ribbons were 'companied by Mrs. Joe Jordan at CHINA SILVER
for the World Yawn for officiating at the cere- !\VSCS Notice
at White Springs. It was Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. Kate the piano. Miss Bobbe Bastedo of CAMERA
mony and gave praise to the members I !
agreed to do so. :Members were Sheppard, Mrs. A. R. Norman, .Keystone Heights sang two solos Three FORTRAITChoose
of the club for thejr splendid I circles of the Methodist
also asked to enter rugs they have Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, Mrs. V. accompanied by Mrs. Levy Canova.L.
work in putting on the show. WSCS will meet the first of the your gift wbely at -
made in the crafts exhibit at the V. Hazen, Dr. J. A. LeClerc; Mrs. .Miss Glenda Parker of Brooker
lfEutJva"2S"The State Council Meeting In Gainesville The show was judged by Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Miss Clara Leaman I sang a solo accompanied by MissSue week as follows: Circle 1, Tuesday,

July 11-15. at the University Herman Hafele, Mrs. S. R Stuart and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. The Junior Reynolds of Gainesville.Mrs. 10 a.m. in educational building

of Florida. and Mrs. George R. Pearson, allof Gardeners, under Mrs. R. F. Dem- Paul Raymond, hospitalitychairman with Mrs. Robert Green as host- STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP

Plans were made and committees Jacksonville.Mrs. orest entered many Dish Garden and her committee registered -
ess; Circle 2, Monday, 3 p.m., at:
Greatest Watch Value Ever Offered t appointed for the Zinnia '1?. F. Youngwas awarded displays for which Kathleen Con- guests at the door.
home of Mrs. A. F. SaWs; Circle
Flower Show to be held June 24 in I
.. Starke. Mrs. E. L. Cox is chair- 1 I\VSCS Members '';3 Monday 3 p.m., at home of Mrs.

man and has asked all clubs to be ,Have Study Course 'E. S. Matthews. I ,

diligent in carrying out their reponsibiites. j -A

I I ) t'Pp r I! Mrs. T. H. Slade, secretary of '
\ The Heilbronn club will be the 1 ,Missionary Education of the |

( : host club at the next council meeting 1 Methodist WSCS presented Mrs. !| HEARING AID AUTHORITY

I in July.A ,Allen Watson of Wildwood, dis-i

covered dish luncheon was enjoyed :.triet president, last Wednesday to To Hold
We're surely going to miss Mrs. Lily Bridges' 4th grade class enjoyed -
I by all at noon. I the local members of the society
Lemuel Colson who left these parts a trip to Marineland and St.r! I
I [who attended the study course in FREE CONSULTATIONMONDAY
for an indefinite stay on Tuesday Augustine Tuesday and had their
Birthday Dinner when she flew to Tuscon, Ariz. I the educational building.
A masterpiece! Cuaranteed emirate? BULOVA "23" box picnic lunch on the beach Mrs. Watson gave an interesting I MAY 2
with Bill telephonedher
For Mrs. LewisMrs.
In heat end told..in different pasl .. accompanying the group were:;.review of the book "Wealth and
1tioM 1\ daughter, Marjorie Wilt I Beltone announces that Mr. Jones, recognized hearing aid
...et any degree of mainspring ,, $7150fiin Ella Lewis of Jacksonville and another son, Lemuel, at the Mrs. E. S. Beebe, Mrs. Carl Hunt-I Christianity" and showed how authority, will be here for one day demonstration at Magnolia
tension. 23 jewels.Timed to precision wealth can and should be used.
!\ celebrated her 76th birthday an- Colson's home here on Tuesday er and Mrs. Hugh Ingram 4 .
Hotel, 9 a.m. to p.m.Don't
Certified She talk
adjustments. Self-winding. an enlightening on
niversary with a dinner at the evening and told how she enjoyedthe E. Brown celebrated his 57th i gave mUs'this test with-
opportunity to get a FREE hearing ,
waterproof.Unbreakable! mainspring. Center last only took them the economics of the day. She
Brooker Community plane trip -
Raised gold numerals.! Anti-magnetic birthday on Sunday when 25 relatives -also brought out the problems out any obligation. Discover! how you may hear again so dearly
tncWii ia.& 'Ian Sunday. seven hours with a two hour lay- I
Shock resistant. gave a surprise birthday arising from women gaining equal you'll understand! eten whispers thanks to the new BELTQ.'tETriple
Those present on this happy occasion over and also said that's the only
were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray way she's going to travel from party for him at his home near 'I rights with men.During Transistor! Hearing Aid individually fitted to your hearingloss.

ROBERT'S JEWELRY"Your Harrison, and Mr. and Mrs. Cly- now on Marjorie said they I Sampson City little David I, the noon hour luncheon .

ford Sealey and children, all of made a tape recording of the.:McKnight celebrated his 3rd birth- .was served at a nominal charge. IF YOU: HAVE A HEARING:: PROBLEM DONT PASS UP

Gainesville: Miss Elaine Home, conversation before Mrs. Col- I TIllS OPPORTUNITY For A Free Consultation With This

Friendly Jeweler" Kingsland, Ga.; Mrs. Bertha Grin- son left she. sold her home to|.day Saturday: afternoon when his'Gleaners Class ; Authority.Mr. .

ger, and Mrs. Opal Ray Hazel- Lucille and Ronnie Mundorf, which mother gave a party for him at I : Jones has helped thousands solve their hearing problems.

.Certified ipecifkotioni.; wolerproof b; Ihe U.S. Tettlng C mposy. Titti exceed government hurst, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I hope doesn't mean that she the City Park and the. Junior j I Met Tuesday j jj lie i is a highly trained fcpcoialist who may help you hear again
M long ct CIJ"allllICKt end cote unopened. Only I
a competent (...1., tnovld replace cry'!ol or ctote COM. Denison and sons of Georgia; Mr. won't be back here now and then Chorus of Bradford Elem. School J j! The Gleaners Sunday School ] with unbelievable clarity. Should you be using an aid come in

and Mrs. Ressie Thomas and for a visit with her old friends will attend the Festival at thei i Class of the First Baptist Church j and hale it checked against your loss. Mr. Jones may be able to

daughter, Mrs. Fronie demons also sorry to hear that George Stephen Foster Memorial at White I 11 met Tuesday night at the home of help you to greater satisfaction than you now enjoy. Remember
and :Mrs. Hester Thomas all of is ill in St. j
Huggins seriously h
Springs Monday.. Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, with Mrs. ; all this at no cost to jou.
FREE TRIAL! Starke; Miss Odessa Thomas, Mr. Vincent's hospital and also confined See Mrs. Edna Bridges has!i Sarah Lawson as co-hostess. '; .

and Mrs. Roosevelt Denison, and in the same hospital is moved into the Ruby Johns cot-:i Mrs. Nat Dankel presided over : 'w- u_ i __ : __ ____ -- :_.: -=_- =-n ::=- :' 7

For Limited Time OnlyUse Mr. and :Mrs. Reddick Thomas, of I I Rev. Robert D. Sommer for treatment tage on Cherry St. the A. E.l i)the meeting, during hich a report I i ____ -

Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Daye for a stomach disorder Montgomerys have moved into theh'I was received from the committees THERE'S "ROCKET"TO -
Shaw LaCrosse Mr. and Mrs. underwent an
; Tommy Stallings Cermenaro house '
I on Thompson!appointed to select an Easter outfit -
This Billfold 10 Days Free W. B. Grinstead and children Mr. in St.
emergency appendectomy St. the A. S. Harrisons are now'1 1i for the child that the class is !
Satisfaction Guaranteed and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and children -:Vincent's on Sunday, and his baby I i occupying their new home at i sponsoring.Mrs. FIT YOUR POCKET

and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. :,i sister, Susan, had an operation on 'Saratoga Heights the J. A.I I j, L. A. Canova, class teacher -

Or Your Money Back Lewis and S(1I1iU( / of Jackson-her 1 ear in St. Vincent's or. :Monday Senterfitts have moved into the gave the devotional and prayer,

ville Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Edwards underwenta
; Ander-j Carolyn Green rental on W. Call St. and I and told of the fine work of
Never before in the history of billfolds did anyone son, Branford; Mr. and :.Irs. minor operation for a cist over the Bill Seimer family are rentingthe Mrs. Louise Tenly in counselingwith

make this challenging offer Dyal, Graham; Mr. and Mrs. Don-1 her eye in St. Luke's hospital Monday Mundorff rental house, corner! different groups of the school

aid Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. I and will have to remain in of Christian and Pratt Sts. |i each Thursday afternoon. -
YOU MUST BE COMPLETELY SATISFIED OR Frank Reynolds and all bed for week at home .
daughter, a Gary[Bill is employed at the Nat'l Mrs. J. T. Lawson gave an interesting -
YOU GET YOUR MONEY BACK IN FULL of Graham; Mr. and Mrs. P. s.1 Cole is just getting over the 3-day I Guard shop at Blanding hear: definition of the book,

Crews, Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. W. measles and Betsy Matthews was that Louise Douglas has accepted:'a pin with small book, representing 00

... Lay One Away For Mothers Day.. S. Rivers and children. Mrs. Emma home for four days over the week :her former: position with pruden-I the birth and repentence by ,

Rivers, and Mr. and Mrs. Harlen end with virus happy to hear tial Life Insurance Co. in . ''the colors.

Smith and son, all of Auburn- that B. T. Thomas returned home have: you noted the diamond that !iI j Following the program, refresh-

dale; Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denison, last week from the Alachna General I Eloise Dobbs is wearing on her,ments were served to the 15 mem- Prices begin dt LUdU

T7id'i:4ic.1d; % Midway; Mrs. Minnie Adkinson, hospital where he was conj j J3rd finger, left hand? a gift,bers by the hostesses, Mrs. Hilde- :

: Mrs. Joyce Castlen and children, i!fined with a ruptured ulcer from James Starling of Lawteyj;bran and Mrs. Lawson. ,, Tnet'i g ,-(noi'i off H codiJ Your price cr.ptft4lvpol

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter, Mrs. I hear that Vergie Flynn has been Hear that Flo and Tom Slade j choice el edel cod body ityle.optloMl equip.** wdecctuorta.

Rosa Pinholster, and Leon Lewis,. confined at home this week with i I were hosts to the new Rotary Altar Society 'i .. bec_. of. Me shipping* may cfcaroM.ory rfsbily Owcfc h odoiaiftg or) cay cooBwtt Nrw cod

all of Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. Fred virus while her sister, Mrs. W. D. i Board of Directors at a sumptious i iI tV' fibers!olow_...AS prlca tibiect t! to dung*oitbowi toft*.

I Shaw and children of Bronson; Faxon, is rurning the Ronnie Don- I chicken pie supper Monday night':To Install Officers ,i j jj

.and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Reynolds nie shop for her. News about former Starkites,
: Gainesville. Hear that the B'Ownie.fcout,I I as garnered from recent issues of j i Members of the St. Edward's j '. :: .

annual cookie sale over the weekend -(i the Mami; dailies: Mary Lee;i Altar Society will hold their I

PresbyterianVomen was a big success not B I Wainwright's song, "Florida the:regular monthly nieetirg, dinner. !

that Charlotte Miller is the new Sunshine State" will have its first and installation of officers at Bar \
!Met Tuesday NightThe
I secretary in Merrill McMillan's official presentation during the ry's Restaurant Tuesday evening. i .ar 2r..StdGIIo.IiY..41ocG1yJ

RepIaco-A-Fou" Wingi for Insert Currency In the Presbyterian Women of the office hear that llarcia: Kr.y third annual Folk Festival at,May 3, at 7 o'clock. Mai. end fecal
'\ Cards and Photo Conventional Manner..4 church met Tuesday night in the)I Hazen is now working at Humph Stephen Foster Memorial, May; Officers to be installed will be I two extra.

-- Sunday school rooms with Mrs.K. II II reys Highland plant did you i i 1-3 Mary Lee, a talented I President, Mrs. Mike GilhooleyV.P. '
\ G. Duncan presiding.Mrs. know that Herb Thomas has been musician, is a member of the ., Mrs. Paul Meng; Treas.,

I Duncan reported on the appointed state scout for the I Tuesday Morning Musicale of r,Mrs. Louis Dean; and Secy., Mrs.

/ !district conference held in Gainesville I New York Giants for securing I Hollywood where she; and Noon L 1 1i Mar) Humphries.

March 25. The Women of the players for professional baseball? ..i are now residing Louis Shaf-j

.// / Church will hold bake sales the I noted in Sunday's paper that 'kin, who was in business here Winsome ClassThe .

first Saturday in each month in L i the house plans submitted by U. of 'I.during Camp Blanding days was I Winsome class of the First

front of Kite's Electric on Call I i F. student Lee Ogden son of :Mr. I recently elected chairman of the I Baptist Church entertained their

\ ..\: -..... ',- street beginning at 9:30 o'clock!!,and Mrs. J. I. Ogden of Pompano, Miami Beach planning board: ant i i.husbands at a covered dish supperin OLDSMOBILE

'l'![Remove Coins end ants from 'Simulated Jewcb Spoile for the benefit of the' building]Beach former Starke residents. office that he has filled for the '; the educational building of the

-::\the Sam Pocket J '-. Yowr Newtit Ac.uoryqL1JJthqf8fl 1I fund. Circle 3 will be in charge was the winner in arnual Student: past five years Before becoming -i!church Tuesday evening. Games

I of the sale on May 7. Arts Home Show at G'ville the chairman of the board, Shaf- were played after a delicious ham j SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DIALER-,

Miss Louise Stern gave an interesting house was on display over the kin was project director for parks,, dinner. |

program following th weekend see Airman 3-c Max playgrounds, beaches, and golf .. In charge of the dinner was i i TORDDE CHEVROLET CO.
business session. courses Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, and her I I
Furlong got home Wednesdayof
The hostesses Mrs. Robert Paterson Seems to be all for now See [committee: :Mrs. Joseph Warren j I .
and Mrs. J. R. Griffis, servO. last week from Keesler AFB,, I you at the Spring Festival tonight Mrs. Charles Bias and Mrs Ralph ,

Phone 265 Starke, Fla. ed refreshments during the social I Biloxi, Miss. for a month's fur. I Knight. Thirty-five members and i Phone 111 Call and Court Streets Starke, Fla.

Is I-,hour. lough.: Carolyn guests enjoyed the event. I



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sss.rn-rssssrsrr.-rs-r rrrJ-s.--J--s rr.. .. rrsrtsSSrSSg Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Andrews and Mrs. Selma Bronson and children -I

daughter, Sylvia, were visitingMr. Johnie and Jane, of Orange-Hinnant To Speak [Rotarians Hear wtek-ly Witness Issues my hand and official As Clerk of said Court

; and Mrs. Monroe Chitty in burg, S. C., spent last week with At Hi-Y. Club .Medical Provost j at 1955.Starke. Florida this April seal!*. Chas.By Marian r. Hess 1.. Crosby!04 Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life

Gainesville Sunday.Mr. Police Chief and Mrs. W. E. Bldg., Jacksonville Florida
Banquet SaturdayOdis From University OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Attjs fur i'lf 4 ':. 4' ". JO)
: and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale Thornton. :Mrs. Willa :Mae McIntyre -

and Mrs. Lulu :Mott spent Thurs- and her children, Billy and i
day to Monday in Miami visitingMr. Oran, also spent the weekend with Hinnant, general secretaryof Dr. Russell Poor Provost of the

C-'IN and Mrs. Algar Thomas.Mr. the Thorntons. as did Mrs. Fanny area YMCA, will work be in the Jacksonville''I'College of Medicine at the Uni'erI,I Doctors --- Attention -.. DoctorsThe i
THC NCWS and Mrs. E. D. Tenly were Dubose and daughter of Tampa. guest speaker at the 'sity of Florida, was guest speak-i,
Hi-Y Club's Father and Son
- bane i r at the Club
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walters Rotary Wednesday. ,;
r_s-ts S rsrJsrsssssssn cc rr 4' "' I in Jacksonville Leonard Noegel had as weekend |quet to be held Saturday night at He discussed, with the aid of i latest in Hearing Test equipment will be
Sunday eve- guests Pfc. V. C. Pack and Gary 7 o'clock in the BHS cafeteria.I I slides, the new J. Hillis Miller at on display
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Atkinson 01 r| Mrs. N S. Dankel and son, Nat, the Magnolia Hotel
ning.Mr. Cannon of Belmont N. C. They :Mr. Hinnant is an outstanding'Health Center, the first units of
Jacksonville were Thursday eve,. Jr., and Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson and Mrs. W. E. Shanley of visited Silver Springs and Daytona youth leader and is director of''I',which are now under construction

ning dinner guests, last week, ol r spent Saturday in Tampa visitingMr. Eradenton and Mr. and Mrs. C. Monday ..
Beach during their stay.T. Camp Immokalee activities duringthe |at the University of Florida May 2 9 a.m. 4 .
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. and Mrs. Glen Hartwig and F. Bateman of Gainesville were I p.m.You
summer months.
H. Slade, newly-elected presi-
Mrs. P. E. Stone of Mr. and Mrs. The new College of Medicine \\illj
and Mis:I also Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson Sunday guests Hugh will
dent of the Starke Rotary Club, Ingram serve as
Mamie of Miami. Lucian Conner. I open in September 1956 with a are invited to enjoy a Free Demonstration
Anderson of Archer were! and T. T. Long, club secretary master of ceremonies at the ban- I of the
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davi I Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Dansby and Dr. M. B. Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. will attend a District Rotary quet, and there will be a programof beginning the School class of !50 students and
children Janice and Mickey Frank Herlong, and Mrs. Carrie of Nursing will open i
spent NEW
entertainment by high school] BELTONE
Atlantic this
on Sunday. in St. Adams went to Palatka on Tues- Assembly at Beach at the same time, Dr. Poor said. AUDIOMETERWITHOUT
Saturday Augustine. talent.
Sunday and Monday.Mr. Theme of the banquet is
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs visitedMr. day where Dr. Herlong attended. "Pals Forever." All men of the He was accompanied to the meeting -

and Mrs. Carl Dobbs in Lake the Masonic meeting and the oth-'. and Mrs. John B. Dye of community are invited to attend, by C. W. Pruitt, his admini- COST OR OBLIGATION
Lauderdale the
City Wednesday evening of last ers visited Mrs. N. R. Smith and Fort are spending strative assistant I
if do not of
,' and they have a son We will
Lake. explain the
summer at Kingsley remarkable
Mr. and Mrs. H. : new
week. D. Herlong. advantages it
their own it is suggested thatthey The program was in charge of offers
Mrs. C. H. Callahan and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and I Mrs. Jimmy Swindell and broth- "borrow the neighbors" son Robert Edmondson Bradford you for ACCURATE testing. ease of operation
H. E. and O. G. McGee returned II and low cost service.
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt were in ers
Karen, of Miami were guests for the evening and come to the County Hospital administrator. ,
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Gainesville Monday afternoon. home from Macon, Ga. where banquet. (

Conner and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Jr. !they were called to the bedside of Tickets may be obtained in ad- I ... ,
Crosby. and family spent Sunday in Gainesville their father, J. W. McGee, who was vance at the business office in ICItaOii'nn NOTIfK OF INTENTION: TO -1.':"' ::-.. .. ""'' v --'- "'- ___>_ _-_ '_," ___..:, ,5fj.
FierinoisMI: : -
Mrs. V. O. Bridges returned 1 visiting Mrs. Hardy Sr. and critically ill and underwent major Doctors Hospital. Notice is hereby gi\tn thai tin
home Monday from three weeks' I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan. surgery. :Mr. McGee is improv- nderMgnrd, under the pnniM,.:>>- '!

,visit with relatives in Chattanooga. I II : Dr. M. B. Herlong will attend ,ing now. 'Thomas Given Acts of Chapter of 1S41.! 20.953 will Laws regi-ter of with Florida tli} ., I i:

(Tenn. j!l the wedding of his cousin Mrs. I Mrs. Warren Perkins and brother Clerk of the t'irruit 'ourt in :.iiiil fj fjfJrdlrated
for Bradford Countj. State of
I Expert Lubrication at Seymour's I ICi I Louise Preston, in Crescent Cityon T. J. Poppell, of Lakeland returned Strong SupportIn ida upon receipt of proof of Flor pu,<"-,
Service Station. Saturday.Mrs. Tuesday by plane from a lication of this notice, the fictitu-u '
Campaign [name of Plaza Lodge under
Mrs. Leslie Crews and four Ed Dahmer flew back to.I I ten-day visit with their brother.J. ,[we are engaged in l>uiinen<'\t I.- To Community Service _

:children of Orlando were weekend her home in Jacksonville from : W. Poppell, in El Paso, Texas. i i If Legionnaire Arch Thomas Jr. I 301 Albert Restaurant and on Ruby t:. S.Sappenfieid 301. "111\111$ \re Better Than !:\-er"
"They broke so dKhes :
many (guests of :Mr. and :Mrs E. D.Teniy. Cadillac, :Mich. last Friday after i Mr. Poppell is recuperating from j doesn't get elected as State Commander owners, same as above. j I

\\e just had to dine out!" attending the funeral of her mother i'[pneumonia, pleurisy and arthritis II of the American Legion on ![I A.D.Dated, 1955 this Starke 25th Bradford day of County.April I If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

Besides it's I Mrs. L M. Wimberly 01 Bun- Mrs. Eva Allen, on Thursday. !I of the spine. He is slowly improving. May 21, it won't be because his i,Fla. 4-29 4t 5.20 i cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS

such I r.ell spent last week with her Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden ofj!! !fellow members of the local post -

a wonderful treat !daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Brown and Pompano Beach were Saturday I Dr. Jack Hudson of Augusta, didn't try. i In rirniU (.....rf. Rrmlfurd County, Fri.. Sat. April 29. 30 Sun., Mon and Tue>
To take your familyout guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. I I I Florida In Chantcry.Myra > DOllJLE) FEATURE -
May I. 2. :i
family. Ga. spent the weekend here and Over the past weekend a delegation Hloise Duke, Plaintiff "s '
to eat. I Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. T. G. Dowling, Sr. :was accompanied home Sunday by consisting of W. T. Graham, :John Thomas Duke, Defendant. TARGET..for a pieman's vengeance! SILVER CHALICE
Dr. and Mrs. Pete Felos spent Tjse No. 10-97J
Ritch and children spent the week- ..his parents Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Jack Trawick, Kenneth Grider, and !Ordrr Of I"uhll..otfn.lId \ulii-e To ,.
end visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. T. the weekend in Daytona Beach. Hudson. Mrs. Hudson, who has I Bill Patray were electioneering for I -tplirarl Malr Of Florida Tot I
Airman 2-c and Mrs. O. J. John Thomas Duke whose r,,M- :
Ritch in Hialeah. not been well recently, will remain Thomas over at Apalachicola; dence and address is: Unknown.You ,
GUIDON GRILLGeorge Mrs. Pete Harrell of Eastman, Phillips Jr. of Keesler Field Biloxi, I'in Augusta for a while. Mr. Hud- Charlie Shaeffer, Dr. A. Y. Cov- are required to appear on
Miss. were called home Tuesday of I May 30. 1955. in the above named ,
Ga. is visiting her mother, Mrs. |son returned home the first of the ington. and C. S. Partin, accompa- Court and lautr, wherein plaintiff
Warren this week. last week by the illness of O. J. t-feks divorce, '
Florence !week. nied Thomas to a meeting at custody and control
Kopelousos, Owner Phillips Sr. of Lawtey. :Mr. Phil- of minor rhild. i
Roddy Struth and LaMar Shaw Vincent's Mrs. H. H. Brice and daughter, I Clearwater, where he addresseda Uradiora countytelegraph shall I
in St.
Starke, Fla. spent the weekend in Deland visit- lips is confined a heart attack. Barbara Sue. have returned to gathering of over 500 Legionnaires :publish this Order In next four' t tI
Hospital following
ing Roddy's aunt Mrs. Pearl ; and Guy Andrews attendeda I
4.- Mrs. P. T. Nolin and Mrs. A. R. their home in Columbia, S. C. aftera :
Whitnell. I rally at Vero Beach. I
Norman attended the Gainesville I visit with Mrs. Brice's parents. *
Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier of i 1JEDtR kALE (Da
Flower Show Sunday
: : Mrs. Eulalie McCranie, Mrs. !Lawtey. Jaycees To Elect .j ? CMIE RICHARDircMBmi NSCR IRTO WT ,,
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY Expert Lubrication at Seymour's I ,
Kate Caldwell, Mrs. Eulalie Bunker New OfficersThe rrtemgAND I 1

and sons, Wayne and Jerry, 66 ServIce Station. I

LOVEBRIGHTDIAMOND : and Mrs. Happy Harvey, all of Starke Jaycees will hold a
Jacksonville, were guests last Friday -Benefit Dance ;dinner-business meeting tonightat Now Bordao'i blend! with butttncotch !
CnsP.crunch pecati.. Say. just watch ,
of Mrs. Ada Alexander. i' Joe's Grill on U. S. 301 northof The
Will Be SponsoredBy mules that tpttad with ev'rjr tut. > 1
__ Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmonswill Starke. :Major topic of businesswill The/11411 com back lot moi.-in : .,J
__ be in Miami Saturday to Civil Air PatrolPlans be the election of officers for L ....._,. ,1t,_

BridalSets Wednesday where Mr. Simmonswill the forthcoming year and plans fora w'I With Virginia Mayo
_____ \ \
attend the annual Pharma- were completed for a delegation to the State Jaycee ORGtii\ \ \ Plus "Sportsman Holida)'!." !Special

Large Selection ceutical convention.Mr. benefit dance at a meeting last Convention in Miami. All members \\ :I ami Latest World News

: and Mrs. Frank Herlong Friday night of the Keystone are requested to attend this 1 \ '
EACH DIAMOND CARRIES A GUARANTEED Dr. M. B. Herlong, and Mrs. Carrie Heights Squadron of the Civil Air meeting. | til.l' }, L A. CANOVA

: BONDREASONABLY Adams will attend a picnic and Patrol. Capt. Bert Christoffers w. S\\

PRICEDWilliAM'S reunion of old friends at Itchtuck- appointed a committee for the Wed. and Thurs May 4 5

nee Springs on Sunday. dance, which is to be held Satur- Prince of Players
Miss Betty Jane Henry of Atlanta 7 at 8:30 ,
day, May starting p.m. r '" _
JEWELRY was the guest from Thursday at CAP headquarters in KeystoneAir JV I
I to Sunday of Mjr. and Mrs. Park. A buffet lunch will be J

: 151 W Call St. Phone 375FLORIDA t H. M. Hatcher Jr. included at no extra cost. Tickets I 'f/I

: Starke, Fla.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas may be secured from any member j

.'rT and daughter, Kathleen and Mr. ,'of the squadron. I II Dear Mr Matthews: i
and Mrs. L. H. Buck of the State I
i I Lt. Roy Browning gave officer i This is to express to you my -,
Farm dinner of Mr.
.. were members their first examinationand deep and sincere appreciation for a._,
and Mrs. Hull Beardley in Pamona j I
inaugurated the senior train-I the splendid cooperation you have : .
FARMERSThis on Sunday.
ing program. given the local Guard unit since .
Expert Lubrication at Seymour's ffiTiiI
Capt. Christoffers said the importance assumed command of the battalionof II i44 I
66 ServIce Station.
of thorough training is which your local company is a _
Law Protects You
Mrs. Marguerite Shriver Corn of to maintain our air supremacy and member. :
Pasadena Calif.. formerly of to assist in meeting local and national : l'L'lus "Boos and Arrows" Cartoon] .
Starke and Brooker is visiting Seldom in my 24 years of asso- la;nd Chapter No. 4 Serial 4
emergencies. ciation with the military have I Burton and McNanara
friends here for two weeks. Mrs. IJOlt/fIIS -
been so moved as I was when I : Plus "I'art Time Pal" Cartoon
SELL YOUR PRODUCTS ONLY TO A BONDED AND Corn and Miss Madge Middleton \Vesleyan Guild I saw the generous attention paid MRS. PEGGY SHALLER ji jic. Latest World News. and
spent; the weekend at Cedar Key
to their recent attainment of the .... if its BORDENS its!ja:! to ba> goodl I --- ..-- '_ < _- ,. ,
LICENSED DEALER OR GET with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Met TuesdayThe "grade of Superior. l-iiiii.__ ..: __ ___.__ __ ---- :-----.. -. -,----- -- ---..',----_./'-'
who had been at their cottage
CASH ON DELIVERY! there from Wednesday to Sunday. work of the United ChurchWomen Leadership is a responsibility

Friends here have received wordof of the United Council of assumed by all ethical newspapers.My .

the death of the mother of Ray- Churches of Christ in Americawas military colleagues in Starke

e mond J. Gomes of 260 Montford, the subject discussed by Mrs. have assured me that your newspaper Here's where truck

Asheville, N. C. Mr. Gomes is a W. L. Blair when the Wesleyan champions other worthwhile every user cashes in-

This Law Is Your Safeguard Against former resident of Starke. Service Guild met in the Methodist causes with the same vigor and '

Mrs. Broward Akridge returned educational building Tuesday night. enthusiasm that you have shownin

Bad Checks And Non-Payment For Sunday from Douglas. Ga. where "Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs. C. E. National Guard publicity. MayI .

she was called by the illness of her ,Hernwall were hostesses.It congratulate you on your very

Your Crops And Livestock! mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Giddens. j was decided that the next fine record of patriotism, com- The Blue

Mrs. Lemuel Coon:; accompanied 'meeting, being installation of of- munity service, and leadership.I ChipGMC.

her son, William S. Colson, ficers and pledge service, wouldbe I \\ you to know that I feel

e back to his home in Tuscon, Ariz held at the lake home of Mr. very deeply about this matter, and

on Tuesday where she will remain ;and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. preceded -I that I fully intend to use your
by swimming and a picnic local unit as a model.
For Further Information indefinitely. Mrs. Colson's daugh- '
Contact tt'r, Mrs. Edward Wilt, who has J supper. Most sincerely. I
been at the Colsons the past two After the business session, a. Robert V. Link.

weeks, will return to her home !social hour was enjoyed by the 17 Major. Inf. FNG .

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture in: Long Valley, N. J. this weekend ]members present. Comdg, 2nd Bn. 124th Inf.

and Sgt. Lemuel Oolson who -
-- .
Tallahassee Florida -- -- .
has also been here this week will 'Baptist Choir Supper ---'
( I{ YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-I
return to Panama
I City this week-I' !
Forty-five members and guestsof brook purse-size fountain pens in
.Agricultural Bond and License Law end.Mr. pastel shades. I If ;
Only $2.58 at Brad-
the choir
and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and First Baptist enjoyeda I
ford County Telegraph. I
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watterson supper party prepared by Herb I :
visited Thomas and served at the Parish :
George Huggins in St. Vin- t __ .
cent's hospital Sunday evening. House on Church street on Tuesday I ..:.-._" __ ._ ,_ .. __. _, ', .. :.' -_.-----_----- ,s' ? '
See This I : ,..
LAAAALA&4kA4AAAAAAAA44A4 evening.'i : 41

;::: I Men's Bible ClassThe DAEIe f.
:- / TARKE \ : -
Business Men's Bible Class : FL .

1iNr |No. 2 of the Baptist church held I I _.- ___/ ij ; .. : .'
I la chicken barbecue supper for Sun., Mon., Tues., May 1, 2, 3 :

I'members and their wives, Thurs-j|I DOUBLE FEATURE ,
% TODAY! day evening of last week The Americano ,

F.iJ home of Ewell Lawson. I
=- Col. J. A. Griffin, Ewell Lawson, IN TECHNICOLOR

rfl [Maurice Wingat!> and' Tom Hard- Starring; Glen Ford

l. \; ing served on the cooking committee. AND The new generation of trurks-with over 500 improvements I Ie
AUTOMATIC IRON t ; Thirty-five members and LILI

I,guests enjoyed the affair. i IX TECHNICOLOR The most powerful engines in GMC history-plus 2 new V8'l!

With Has FViric Right Heat and Left Selector Thumb Dial-Smooth Rests Retails Cool Plastic for $8.75 Handle. j'1r- i I I Recent BirthsMr. I Starring Plus Leslie Cartoon Caron e 5 sizes of Truck Hydra-Malic Drive to fit any model), any job IO I

CHARLEY JOHNS & SON !. of Jacksonville. and Mrs.announce Tillman F.the Hutto birthof I Wed., Thur., May 4. 5 I Sturdier frames and axles-bigger, stronger clutches! ,

PLUS about this question a daughter, Pamela Ann, on DOUBLE FEATURE Boufevard!
0 stylIng-Panoramic windshield
i, Wednesday, April 20 in St. Luke'sHospital. BOTANY BAY -airpne-type!: instruments I IHARDY ,

iLL) STEEL IRONING TABLE Times change, and so does a and Mrs.. L.Grandparents S. Huuto of Starke.are Mr. IN TECILMCOLOR Standard. many models;optional at tstn cost cntomi c/Jjfrj. '

man's risks and need for in- Allen Ladd and James Mason M- u .-
:.iner? s'\ finest I'ooll"roof Locking Desires Easy One- surance. Will you comparemy Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay of I ANDFALLEN _/t "-- .

hand i.jx'nicg and Clo&Sns Steady Top Big Rubber Feet present risks with the Jacksonville are the parents of ANGELAlice
a son tom Apr. 27 at Doctors *
insurance I I
Retails for $&9> carry to see that
I Hospital.Mr. Faye and Dana Andrews
am adequately protected,

AND YOU GET FREE yet that I carry no unneces- and Mrs. Merren Lizenbee I' ALSO CARTOON

sary or overlapping insurance I cf Starke are receiving congratulation Fri., Sat. May 6. 7

policies? on the birth of a daughter DOUBLE FEATURE-

Ironing Board Pad and Cover Set I Shirley Ann on Apr. 23 in Starke,
Maternity Hospital. Miss Grant TakesRichmond

",.4.---.*_.. ____ __ Ytur Kty to Slut Chip V Valtt
WILt \\affle Unit Pad Charley E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Turnage of
Lucile Ball and William Holden
DuraMe H.aDut)' Drill the State Farm are the parents of

Cmer Elastic .EdgeTo 1 0 a! son, Harry Neal, born Apr. 25 I ANDCalling

Grip Table I I in Starke Maternity Hospital. Wild Bill BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

f All 3 For & Son Agency 1 CEMETERY WORKING i I. Elliott

Phone 13 There will be a working at the I Starring Bill Elliot 500 TEMPLE AYE. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 69
Starke, Fla. Also Cartoon and Serial
, Beulah Church Cemetery in Clay
I-YTTnYT'YTTTYTTTYYTYTYYY'f I County On Saturday. :May 7. -- j ii- Come-see the new Blue Chip-CMC's today i iFRIDAY -, -




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I Miscellaneous ShowerA 'The Silver Chalice' Coming To Florida of up to 100 pounds of phosphateacid 1 ly on it, and most Florida soils ae(I says. Your county agent will instruct ville. At the same! time, these
miscellaneous shower was per acre increases yields. On 1 low in lime. The best way to find you how to have these tests tests will advise you concerningthe
held April 22 in the Community __ older soils that have
BROOKERBy received con- out the lime requirements is made through the Florida : potash and phosphorus status
Center in honor of Miss Jackie J- siderable fertilizer over the :rears'l I through soil test, Dr. Robertson tural Experiment Station,Agrluli Gaines-.i of your soil.life .
- Barry. Silver bells and seasonal sufficient phosphorus may present -
Wait Jr. i ,
Polly iI flowers used in In
I were decorating. case of potash apply the I .
1 1 .
4AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA1.AAGarden Games were played and prizes U- i equivalent amount of potash removed s J' a .
were won by Mrs. Helen Crosbyand I by the peanuts to another 1 a
Club Ejection I Mrs. Eldon Hardy, both of crop in the rotation. This amountsto 1C .
Mrs. VV. E. elected
Bigham was I
I Starke. about 85 units of potash per -
the Brooker Garden II .
president of
I After the honoree had openedher acre when the yields are 2,000
Club at a special meeting held. a at 4O-huh!
many lovely gifts, refresh- pounds of nuts per acre. begins .
April 21 In the Community Cen- ments were served by the hostesses J Peanuts show more response to t
ter. Other officers elected were: lime than other 1'a
Misses Katherine Harreli any material -
Clara Nettles, 1st vice president; Shirley Green, Annette Green, > s i ir because peanuts feed heavi- 1
Wait, 2nd vice t.
Polly president
; Polly Wait Mrs. Ann Prevatt and ,
Joyce Castlin recording secre- Mrs. Shirley Overturf. -. 1 .
-" -
tary; Dorothy Jean Douglas cor- Circle 1 WMU MeetingThe 1 .
responding secretary; and Alva I Wash Your Clothes 4
Young People of the Bap-: 1 .
Colson, treasurer. tist WMU held their first business
By-laws were read and approved session Tuesday night, April 19, 9 Pounds .

and a gilt was presented by at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I-
the club to the out-going president Joyce Castlin. Rev. C. B. Stallings For 40c! e

Margaret Coram. It was brought the devotional and prayer, r
voted to hold a bake sale at and Mrs. Castlin, chairman, was FREE Bleach If Desired!

Green's store on Saturday, May in charge of the session. The cIrcle qk *
14, at 1 p. m. All members were was named the Lubedia Pin-
We Will
asked to contribute. holster Circle in honor of an activeALVAREZ' ;;,, >< I,
Dry Your Clothes I
Paul Newman and Peter Angeli declared their Ion in the shadowof For 20cIn I J.
II STORE I "The Silver Chalice," film version of the best-selling novel showingat I
I Established 1894 the Florida Theatre this Sunday through Tuesday.; New Automatic Driers! i II I

Christian who is confined becauseof in the Air Force, in October, 1954 1 1 ,I

/dr.rdrr..u illness. I and upon completion of basic
J A The following officers were. training attended Tech School at
elected: Joyce Castlin, chairman; 'Gunter AFB, Alabama for The Washeteria%
From where I sit.:.ty Joe Marsh Clara Nettles, 1st vice chairman; 'I cialized training. .

1 Dorothy Jean Douglas, secretary- I Temple Ave. Starke,i iI iI
treasuers; :Melba Green, Mission Pvt. Raymond H. Rhoden, son I .

Study; Iva Mae Lewis, correspondence of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rhoden, Rt. I ,_. "iwuiirMOVING _. < _.:-
Red Finds a and publicity; Shirley 1, Starke, is a member of the I -- I ,

Overturf, Community Missions 110th Transportation Battalion at -
; -:;: ,..'-
Solution"Red Ft. Eustis :
"Sweet Inez Green, nursery chairman; Va. Pvt. Rhoden entered - s
Dolly Harrell, enlistment chair- the Army last November and i

"]. Jackson found a slick way up all the weedy grass along his man. Jackson completed, S. basic C. training at Ft. iI I
to get his cows to eat what's good fences-after sprays them with Ordination Service SIORAGE

for them. Seems they were pass- more corn syrup,of course. The Baptists ordained two dea- James Buie, son of Mrs. Emily

I fag up the tall green grass-full From where I sit, some folks, cons, J. K. Douglas and Wilson Pease of Starke, recently reported
\\ of minerals and vitamins-and like Red, are always trying out Green, last Sunday at 2 o'clock. back to his unit at the Naval Air MiLOCAL
eating the short .Those assisting In the service Station in
grass, which is new tricks-and others stick with Jacksonville after a
.were Rev. C. B. Stallings, pastor,
naturally sweeter. tour of active duty at various
: the old tried and true methods. I I
acting as moderator, and Rev.
: Red solved the Just of I Marine Air Stations in the U. S.
problem by a question preference I J
Allen of Lake Butler, who
.' spraying a solution of corn syrup guess.Like the way you may enjoy rendered the charge to the dea- and with in a Marine Helicopter OR LONGDISTANCE I ; ()
I squadron Korea.
over the grass that was going coffee with meals, while I cons. The. charge to the church Now that -
Bui is
Sgt. back
with the Reserve I
begging. The cows sure went at prefer a cold glass of beer. So was given by Rev. L. D. Hainesof Squadron, he will travel to the N
; it. Red says it's lucky for himlet's not allow any bad feelings Starke, and the ordination ser- NAS in Jacksonville
and the cows-that every one of to "crop up" by thinking ours is mon was preached by Rev. C. T. for a weekend of once a month SAFE
duty air-
..them has a "sweet tooth." the only choice Smith of Hawthorne. Rev. H. H. craft as an SECURITY
K.: mechanic. DEPENDABLE The good people at Security tell my boss that the
Next week according to Red, 17"1 Mott of Brooker delivered the ordaining
t Each minister and average useful life of dairy cows after first freshen
he's going to have his cows clean .fllA prayer. GET HIGHER PEAKUTHARVESTS ECONOMICAL DAIRY
ordained deacon participated by BY USING ing is only 4 to 5 years. I'll be around longer than

Copyright, 1955. United States Brewers foundation the"relation laying extended on of hands.the The hand con-of GOOD SOIL METHODS PHONE 311or n that though, because I'm a high producer to start

l''I fellowship, after which Mr. Wilson For higher peanut yields follow with and I've had good care and feeding all the

gave the benediction. sound soil management practices, 250.J way. Security Calf Starter and Security Calf

d Allen Lewis, an employee of suggests Dr. William K. Robertson '< FEEDS Grower when I was a young'un Security Conditioner

Southern Bell in St. Augustine, assistant soil chemist at the Agents For when I'm and those fresh
I\: dry good
home with University of Florida.
spent last weekend at DELCHER 0
Security Dairy Feeds the rest of the time.
ietV I his mother :Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Peanut yields are higher when
"Oh I Uow my-
,t( i and sister, Iva Mae. grown in rotation with other crops
few luxuries
? ca now a and tKsn. t I I :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and than when grown continuously. As R. B. ALVAREZ ) T. tjs Forty-I'll never make it! But I'll fill many a milk

e After all.! It'. | son, Craig, of Shelton, Conn.have an example, 750 pounds of peanuts pail before I go to the butcher. '
\ money I lived moved to Brooker to make their I were produced when grown con- Transfer and
buying home. tinuously, as compared to 1,150
O O SAFECO: The M. A. Abrams of Gainesville pounds with a two-year rotationand Storage Co. WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARM

I Automobile Jar visited the Bill Bighams last 1.500 pounds of peanuts per SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville, Inc.
luraDCe." Saturday. On Sunday the L. L. acre in a three-year rotation. Fora Perryman Bldff. "
1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville Fla.
Hardees of Jacksonville were two-year rotation. Dr. Robertson S. Court St. Starke, Fla.
guests of the Bighams. suggests sweet lupine followed by '
for the BEST of her life.
LItUe Cherry Beth Gano of St. corn the first year and oats plowed I _" -- years "
--" -
P Augustine is spending this week down for peanuts the second year.A .
with her grandparents, the R. F. good three-year rotation is
Ss EC Ganos. sweet lupine followed by corn the !
Regardless of price you Mrs. :Mary Green returned home I first year, oats plowed down for

Sunday from an eight weeks visit peanuts the second year, and oats
can't buy better than with her son, Jack Pinkston, of for grain followed by soybeans the

Silver Springs, Md. While away third year. Other crops such as
SAFECO Auto Insurance she also visited her sister, Mrs. Hubam or crimson clover may be
Moore, in New York City, and substituted for lupine.
Agnes Smith in Fredrick, Md. Cover crops in the peanut rota-
*That's a big statement but we can back it up for you'careful Madeline Grey of Jacksonvilleis tion improve the soil fertility

drivers. Why waste money that SAFECO saves spending a few days with Shirley They increase the moisture and

I for others? Come in today and get the money-saving Overturf.The nutrient-holding capacity. The
SAFECO facts. George Goedharts have deep-rooted cover crops bring up i
spent a few days in Riverside. fertilizer from the subsoil and
Calif. concentrate it in the surface,
where it is accessible to a shallow.
rooted crop.
PHONE 146 I Being a legume, peanuts if inoculated \

200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. \ SERVICE MEN may get their nitrogen;
from the air and seldom require:

_.. DON'T DELAY START SAVING THE SAFECO WAY supplemental nitrogen. Where \ :
\ phrosphorus is limited, application

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD I, \ I Ir 4'f.i
Sgt. Arthur Broxton Jr., whose
wife, Louise, lives in Starke, is
taking part in the Army-Navy v
j maneuver at Camp Pendleton, Va.
Sgt. Broxton, a veteran of duty c v
,in the Far East, is regularly wJdaxis'zrVa
(Stationed at Fort Devens, Mass. 4 2p
ii1EiT (with tne 4th Regimental Combat!
Team. He has been in the Army ,
|since August 1952. p i

lw Harold K. Tyus-, seaman, USN', THE FORD FAIRLANE SUNLINER
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus of
Starke, is attending the Naval
Radarman School at Norfolk, Va.

The the school operation conducts and a maintenanceof basic coursein Only Ford in" its field offers the split-second rrGo" of Trigger Torque

various types of shipboard \

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t Y "' Completely hermetically leafed cooling members of the highly skilled me! I'm going to get a job '

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*Famous 5-Year Protection Plant J

I Built-in Complete acoustical air-conditioning sound control survey I of TA your*' son of S. Forsythe 3-c Seeber, Rt.R. 2 Forsythe, Starke, automatic forward speeds. Ford also leads its field in the little things that count big,

home-fre! $3r was recently assigned to Palm
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USAF Hospital. Forsythe enlisted

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Model 17S.t O. .

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great program in the advancementof
rural and urban life in America. =
SOIL CONSERVATION Home demonstration work in ,
Florida is directed by Miss Anna
N.E-.W-S Mae Sikes, state home demonstration -

By Bill Haas "Particular agent.stress Miss is being Sikes placed says, iL Come To The Big

U S. SOIL CONSERVATION '1 this Year horizons on) families and acquiring broadeningtheir in-

SERVICE .' L4f. telligent interest in local, national,
and international affairs. Other 4
'. .
I -- trends of emphasis are in the .V

Roman Alvarez an FFA boy Goolsby, Jack Waters, C. S. Kel- fields of marketing information, ,.
will represent the Bradford Soil ley, and Raynoier Corporation. long-time planning for the farm
Conservation District in the area and home, and citizenship respon- i
elimination contest at the Seminole J. B. White, a District Super- sibilities." SPRING
Hotel. Jacksonville. Roman visor, states that he got a good The many fine women and girls \
who participate in the Florida
will give his speech at the Brad- stand of soybeans and that they
ford County Cattlemen's Meeting. are growing off fine. He used the home demonstration program can
V. R. Ferguson, Chairman of the District's grain drill to plant the take pride in the accomplishmentsof QI 9t .'
Board of Supervisors, at that seed, and is planning to make hay past years in homemaking and
time will present him with a Sav- from these beans. in those activities which have contributed (
so much to improving J
ings family living on the community I cr4t
Lonnie Harley used the District's -
George Brown, soil scientest state, and national levels.
chopper to loosen his(
with the Soil Conservation Serv- up The homes of our state and t \ __ / !
pastures. After three or four years
(nation are truly the foundation of
ice, prepared land capability maps permanent pastures become sod
I J-
for Rawliegh Conner, Dr. S. R. bound. "Chopping helps my pas- tomorrow's world. ;
Marco, Lex Green, and B. EmanueL ture make a better growth," says ,Care of Pressure Cooker
These maps will be used to Lonnie. j Now Is the time to inspect your
prepare a complete soil and water I pressure cooker before you are fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYTYTYTTY
conservation farm plan.V. I Mitch Edwards used the Dis- ready to can, to see if you need to IIIIII III
trict's seeder cultipacker to plant replace any won: or broken partsas III
millet on his farm located out the the gasket, gauge, etc.
S. St. John states he is usinga A
Edwards Loop. "I like, to have Some tips on care are: --
drag on his pastures. "That drag
1. Wash cooker with wild
some temporary crops
sure has helped to improve my III
that I can turn my cows in on," and water and dry after each use. IIIIII III
pastures, Vince. The drag
Mitch. Do not scrub with a harsh cleaner.
helps scatter the droppings and says
2. Never put lid in water but
shake the dead on to the GALA
grass Request for a soil conservationfarm keep it clean by wiping it with a ||
ground. I guess he has told you
plan was made by Floyd
soapy cloth and then a clean dampone.
about Jesse Newsome's cow. Wiggins. The land lines for this I

farm were located on aerial pho- 3. Use a tooth pick to keep the
Conservation farm plans were tographs and a request for a soil petcock and pressure guage openings o C CAS ION
received for E. A. Gainey, P. F. survey made. clean.

and 4. clean Take by out boiling petcock in once soda a wateror year I Friday April I 29 -- Starting 8 P M

Home Demonstration soaking in vinegar. Clean a .
ball and the socket into which it FOR

a Notesby fits with silver polish.
5. Watch for steam leaks
around the lid. Examine sealing Football
;. t DOROTHY ROSS edge of pot and lid for grains of StadiumFA
sand or rough places. Clean with THE ENTIRELY
Home Demonstration Agent fine cleaning powder. If gasket is

reversible, turning it over may
Today's Home 'Bui1d focussed on the basic unit in so- improve the seal. A gasket thatis
Tomorrow's World ciety the home. Here decisionson worn, stretched or hardened
Next week, May 1.8, 1,212 home the wise use of income are should be replaced with a new one.
demonstration clubs in Florida are made which add to the comfort,I 6. Check the dial guage far
celebrating the 10th annual Na- convenience and health of the' accuracy at the beginning of each 3 BANDS
tional Home Demonstration Week. household. Here beauty and attractiveness season. Your home demonstrationagent I IN ACTION !
The week provides Extension are added to the daily can check it for you. A
workers and a half million volun- surroundings of the family. Here guage that is badly in error shouldbe
teer leaders across the countrya new insights are gained in community replaced. I
chance to inform the public on national, and world re- 7. If you remove the guage
fundamental aims and basic princIples sponsibilities of citizenship. Here from the lid, coat the threads withplumber's .T LAKE BUTLER B.H.S. P. K. YOHGE
of the home demonstration moral and spiritual values are paste.
program which they carry on 52 nurtured. To ever enhance these 8. Be sure cooker Is clean and '
weeks a year. The theme this functions of the. home, the workof dry when you store it at the end
year is "Today's Home Builds To- home demonstration agents and of the season. The rack should I
morrow's World." leaders is dedicated. History has be perfectly dry when you put it
Home Demonstration work is demonstrated the value of this in the. pot. Stuff pot full of

crumpled newspapers to absorb I
moisture and odors. Wrap lid in 2
FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD paper and invert it on the pot and 1 qr I
store away from dust.




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Specializing In Mr. and Mrs. Deason and son, I J 1F
SEAFOODS AND STEAKS and Mr. and Mrs. Orr of Atlanta, -
Ga. were Saturday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. SUPER STUNTS

Reddish.I .
I Members of the Grace Methodist
BROWN 4 DERBYJeff Church enjoyed a'fellowship supper >rq' '
at the School Cafeteria on

Friday evening. After the meal, FOLK DANCING
they Dude plans for the church
livelynVUe Chancel, activities for the coming year.

Ownen CAFE Chef"You'd and Mr.son and visited Mrs.relatives Luther in Hilliard Jacksonville HOT DOGS -- HAMBURGERS AND DRINKS WILL BE

Sunday afternoon. ,
.- --: O. entered Vin-
J. Phillips St. MAY POLE DANCE
cent's Hospital Tuesday afl:.'rnoon. SOLD.- SO FORGET ABOUT SUPPER AT HOME
We are glad to report that h? is .
K progressing nicely. I .
: ; Mrs. Fate Redd and son of Ma-
con, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. James I .
Phillips, of Biloxi, Miss are visiting SPECIAL I I
4r relatives here, and are making
I daily trips to Jacksonville to visit SPONSORED
their father, O. J. Phillips. GLEE CLUB
Mr and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and BYBRADFORD
sons of Jacksonville spent the
weekend with Mrs. Reynolds' par- SINGING I COUNTY
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V.'. Mosely,

? m h w p'a Misses Linda and Hilda Crewsof
+ the State Farm were, weekend BRADFORD PTA
guests of their grandmother, Mrs. i'1' '
Perry Davis, and Mr. Davis. FREE
Rev. D. L. Griffis of Raiford TALENT *
Road Baptist Church conducts ,
Mrs Willie Griffis on the second rri Admission
: and fourth Sundays at 3 o'clock. I f BRADFORDCOUNTY
Everyone is cordially invited to Adults SOc
attend. Students 25c

j ir'r: The WMS of the First Baptist v PEOPLE
Church held its business and pro- ii.
gram meeting at the church last

Tuesday night. U
1. P. Rafuse and family spent I
Sunday in Jacksonville with I I I
friends. This Space Sponsored As A Public Service By The Following Business And Professional People
J. H. Moore is convalescing in
a rest home in Jacksonville. His

grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. See- .
ber Doyle Andrews, are occupy- F. Register and Son Lawsons Meat Market, .
ing his home while he is away. Mr. -
Andrews is working for the Sea-
board out of Starke. Seymour's 66 Service Station
be of Slade Gas
out breath Company
after following Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns and .
family of Jacksonville spent the ..zw f
my master on a trip to pay bills! Why weekend with Mr. and'Mrs.: Ernie Martin Office Equipment Co. : I

doesn't he pay them with checks, by mail?" Johns. I Koch Drug Store ; !
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and t I
family of Holly Hill were guestsof Charley E. Johns & Son Agency

THE CHECK WAY'S THE Sil -SAVLNG AND SAFEWAY the Dan Harley family this Ed Simpson -- Gem Jewelry II
TO PAY. WE INVITE YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT. Mrs. Collie Griffis and family Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac I
visited Mr. Griffis in an Orlando I t
hospital on Sunday. Mr. Griffis Volley Starlings Grocery & Mkt. f Warren Construction Co. .
was not as well as they had hoped II -
to find him I !
;' Bill Gruman of Gainesilleisi- I Stefanellis Grocery & Mkt. ;_ Florida Power & Light Co. I
FLORIDA BANK STARKE ted at the Lawtey school one day E
last week.
Mid I I I II
Farm, Home and Auto Supply Edwards Grocery & Marketoir"
Member Florida National Group
y oss* YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

brook purse-size fountain pens In I I .
pastel shades Only $2.58 at Brad11 i I
ford County Telegraph.


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plaining of the Maypole and the turned over to Supervisor Johnsonby Attorney Williams & Futch P. O. Divorce I

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I crowning of the May Queen. Who Friday of this week. She will and Box tile 188 the Starke original Florida in the officeof has been filed against you ,n the la Circuit AOTICE.Court TO Bradford APPEAR County plaint. on Frank the Lan'drum Plalntiffi, Starke AttorneyT. Florida
above named Court and
will be queen of the May Day activities pass them on to Lion J. B. Mainor. the Clerk of the Circuit Court cause and Florida la Caancery.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD or before the on you are required; to serve a copy of Lillian Trubitz, Plaintiff, ts. Benjamin and file the original in the office of
COUNTYBy ? ? ? Stunts, dances, songs Toby Dowdy is scheduled to be 4 your answer or pleading to the ct>m- Trubitz, Defendant.Case .
9 day of May 1J55. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
and other numbers will be rend- M. C. Time and place May 6, otherwise the allegations; of said plaint. on the Plaintiffs Attorney. No. 10-937 or before the 2 day of May.
J Donald Gibson, 100 Smith; Bldg, Notice To Appear
Ozora Johnson, Editor ered from the other schools in the 8 p. m., BHS Stadium. Complaint will be taken as con. Jacksonville, Florida, To: Benjamin Trubitz, whose 1955; otherwise the allegations of

. . . . . . . . county. The general public is fessed by yj>u. and file the original In the officeof I'idE'nee and address is: 11 Riverside res said Complaint will be taken a.
&AAAA AA A AL ALA AL.LA LLAAL LALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAIj NOTICE OF PROBATE This notice shall be publishedonce the Clerk of the Circuit Court on,Drive, New York New York. confessed by you.
cordially invited to witness these. I.i the t'ommtr Judge's Court, each week for four consecutive or before the 9 day of May. 1955: j I You are hereby notified This notice shall be publishedonce
Miranda's Will A Hit from all over the state so come festivities which will provide for Ilradford County, weeks in the Bradford County Tele otherwise the allegations of said suit forDivorce that a each week for four consecutive -
The eighth grade of RJE taught: if State of Florida graph. Complaint will be taken as confessed custody control and weeks in the Bradford County
early you expect to get in the Dated this i sup- Telegraph.
a good you the best talent ESTATE OF THOMAS J. GRIFFIN, day of April. nS5. by you. I port of minor child
by L. S. Williams presented a one. seat. Other honored guests will The Wateroak Hobby Club is led Deceased.The (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby This notice SMU be publishedonce I has been filed against you In the Dated this 30 day of March. 1955
. State of Clerk of the Circuit Court each week for four consecutive above (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Florida .
act audience. To All named
play to a capacity 1 the Prr Court and
members of the cause aad
who has done a By Marian L. Clerk of the Court
County by Mariam Tyson Interested U the Estate of Said Crosby, Deputy Clerk weeks in the Bradford County Tele-i you are required to Circuit
All of the students did a wonderful .. School Board; J. E. Brown, Chrm., very fine job in stimulating the Drredratt 4/8 4t 4J9AOTICK : raph. I your answer or pleading serve te a the copy com of ''By Ma ;.aji L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
job and received generous applause L. T. You are hereby notified that a Ittted this 7 day of April 1955. 4,1 4t t,U
Hampton H. A. Law- to make
TO ,
; people of the community written instrument purporting to APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby
from the audience. Be sure! son, Starke; D. W. Starling Law- useful articles for the home. Presi- I be the last will and testament of l a Circuit Coort. Bradford. County, I Cleric of the Circuit Court
to see "The White Gypsy" whichis I tey; and E. A. Sapp. New River. of the said decedent has been admitted to Florida: I. Chancery.Callie By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.! .
is member Bryan. That's
dentson a probate in this court. You are here- Plaintiff.s. Raymond 4. 8 4t 4'29 Our Business
an operetta in three acts by Spring Concert At R. J. E. Cancer Committee of Starke and !by commanded within six calendar Bryan, Defendant I, Ii 1. A
the 7th grade of RJE. Dances and I ,months from the date of the first Case No. 10.950 i If
On Sunday, May 1, at 6 p. m. recently led the "Lights On"march 'publication of this notice Notice To AppearTo I Bradford It's Glass We Have It!
to appear In Circuit Court County.Florida
drama are being taught by A. B. the Chorus of RJE will We In this court and : Raymond Bryan whos-e ri- : 1 CALL
High present in her community. regret show cause, if any, dence and I ; In ChanceryP.rtha / WRITE or VISIT
Nathan while music is directed and I its spring concert. The Roberts is still you can, why the action of this You is unknown. OUie Prince, Plaintiff. *s.
group that principal are hereby notified that a I
played by E. E. Minott. You can'tafford will present as a special featurea to the illness court should in admitting said will to probate -:' suit for I Artie Eugene Prince. Defendant. I Joe
in Gainesville due not stand unrevoked Divorce Cast; No. 10-945 i Peters Glass Co.
to miss this colorful musicaL contest between the male and her sister (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn Order Of Pultllt".tlo.ad Notice ToAppear
that caused surgery for baa been filed against you in the
County Judge, Bradford County, ; State of Florida Tot I
female groups of the school. The Flossie McClendon. All the co- Florida.: above named Court and'au..e and!I Artie Eugene Prince whose residence FOR ANY
Dedication At Lanky male is trained First publication on April 8, 19553 you are required to serve a copy of and address isPt, Artie I
being sister avery I
group by workers wish for your answer:
Training Sthool the com-] Kugene Trini-e. U.L.L.ST. 72:!!, c/o A We Design Modern Store Fronts
E. E. Minott I on the PlaintiffAttorney I'I
Frances Pierceis speedy recovery. You may 'Postmaster, New York New York.
On Sunday. May 1, at 3 p. m. in charge of the female voices i to P. O. !. Circuit Court. Bradford County T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla., I|, You are required to appear on e' Just Mail Us A Pattern for
condolences and file the
original In the office
your Florida In
Chancery.Wm. May 9, 1955, in the above
name II
[ I i
according to Principal Anderson, All parents and patrons are invited Box 1109, Starke. K. Bloom, Plaintiff, vs. Edna :he Clerk of the Circuit Court on j I Court and cause wherein plaintiff Table Tops
the first dedicatory services in to attend this concert which Help WantedFor M. Bloom Defendant.Case or 1955 before; otherwise the 9 the day allegations of May of, 'I seeks divorce and restoration of'', 1313 N W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla Phone FR. 2-4353
No. 10-988! maiden
the history of our schools will beheld i will offer some of the best music the summer program helpis Order Of Publlratlonnd Not lee 'said Complaint will be taken as I[I Bradford name.County Telegraph shall
at the beautiful new school!''of To Appear State Of Florida To: .confessed by you. I
our times. This chorus has been basic areas: (1)) publish; this Order in next: four { ___
in two
needed This
notice shall
be .
Edna II. "Bloom whose published ./ -'
residenceand : '
in Lawtey. Mr. Morgan County rated A-I by the judges of the (additional volunteer workers to address 18: UNKNOWN :ance each week for foui consecutive weekly Witness issues.mv hand and official seal I lll: :_--_.. ,- -.._ -=::_: ::-. .:"

Supt., will be guest of honor while District II festival of music which augment the staff provided by the You are required to appear on graph.weeks m the Bradford County Tele I at !Starke, Florida, this April 5,
address delivered May 23. 1955, in the above named 1955. ,
the principal will be -was held in St. Augustine. Come county school system, and (2)) financial Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Dated this 6 day of April. 1955.IOF'ICIAL (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby FACTORY
by Dr. D. B. Thorpe, pas- seeks divorce. SEAL) Charles A. Darby FACTORY
and hear your own singing group needs are principally for Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court. As Clerk of Said Court.By I
County Telegraph shall
tor of Greater St. Paul A.M.E.Church has been in Division I. materials 3y Marian L. Crosby. Clerk Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
that Deputy
placed [playground equipment and publish this Order in next four Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building APPROVED
St. Augustine. Dr. Thorpeis weekly issues. 4/S 4t 4/29 ENGINEERED
Hampton Training Plans Trip which can be used throughoutthe Jacksonville, Florida.Attys.
a dynamic speaker and you Witness my hand and official I for Pit 4 S 4t 4/29 9
According to principal M. Tay- regular school year as well as i seal at Starke, Florida, this April
can't afford to miss hearing him. lor plans are being made to take summer.1 will provide for :20, 1955. NOTICE TO APPEARa I SERVICE PARTS
He is the former Dean of the the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chartes A. Darbj Circuit Court Bradford C. ntyf
the entire school group on an educational one child for the entire programof As Clerk of said Court Florida la Chaaeerr.Leslie .
Theological Seminary of Edward tour to the Zoo in Jack- which will be lOc per I By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk Mae Batson, Plaintiff *s, En- FILL DIRT I
Waters College. Jacksonville.. He 8 weeks, Zach II. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building nis James Batson, Defendant Washing Painting
sonville. Plans are being made to day for two months. The financial :, Jacksonville, Florida. Case No. 10-92S Repairing, Reconditioning
has had work experiences in the 9th 16th. All NOW in order .\ttys. for Plf. 4/22 4t Notice To Appear
go on May or par- assistance is needed GOOD RICH Wrecker
To Ennis Service
churches of Bradford County. Be : James Batson, whose
ents are asked to prepare now to have everything in readiness 5/13/:residence and address is: 950 Rut-
sure to come out at 3 p. m. Sun- to \OTICK; OF I\TK\TIO TO /ledge Avenue, Charleston, South
out one
allow their children to participatein with your time, please fill j KKGIVTEIl F1CT1TIOIS I Carolina. TOP SOILSee I
and hear him. The teachersA. II
day Notice Is
hereby given that the
this field trip. The fee. will be for June 6. If you can help I undersigned, under the provisions of You are hereby notified tiat a BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
Turner E.
B. Anderson, M. W. suit forDivorce
nominal, just enough to buy the of the Volunteer Helper Informa- (Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Actsf and other relief I TESTING AND
Burney and Z. Jennings will > 1941 will register with the Clerk I STARTER
school bus. Each be obtained has been
the : filed
gas for Sheets. These can f the against you In the BRAKE
tion ) Circuit Court In and for
have a colorful exhibit which will will his lunch. at RJE I Bradford State above named Court and cause and TUBES GENERATOR
child prepare own Principal Thompkins County of Florida I LINING
from you are required to servo of
the art and Hobby
emphasize jpon receipt of proof of publica-
!Score Recei\e Salk \,8'dneApproximatey and Principal Anderson at Lawtey :ion of this notice the fictitious your answer or pleading to the FENDER SALES BATTERIES
Club experiences which they have ) 25,0 first and school. Any assistance r lame of McGriff Mercury Motors complaint on the Plaintiff Jackson Transfer Company I
Training Attorney Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
provided. Other work done by the inder which I am engaged in busi-
second grade pupils from Lawtey, will be greatly appreciated. Thank less at Court and Jefferson Streets, Rox 81, Gainesville, Florida Phone 165 BODY WORK
children will be presented for in- Hampton, Wateroak Thurston and for your. coopera- jtarke; Fla.O. ind file the original in the office SERVICE SERVICE
spection. People have been invited you in advance J. McGriff, sole owner 307 E. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr
RJE were given the vaccinationfor tion. ,all St., Starke, Fla. before the 9 day of May
5"2.J prevention of poliomyelitis. Education Dated this 8th day of April A. D. 1955; otherwise the allegations of Complete Lubrication Service
Adult said
: I I.955, Starke Bradford County Fla. Complaint will be taken as
This wonderful drug that appears Calling all parents and youngor 4/8 4t 4/29 4:onfessed by you.

I to be the beginning of the end of old adults!!! You can help us This each notice week hall for four be consecutive publishedonce PEST CONTROL I DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS

this dreaded disease was admin- complete plans for starting this NOTICE TO APPEAR weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph

istered to all early primary chil program by July first if you reg- I['a Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.Bradford COD.t,., I Dated this 6 day of April. 1955. TERMITESALL Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

dren. We are deeply grateful to ister now. See your nearest principal I dward Louis Thiele Plaintiff, vs. I(OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.Darby TYl'ES OF
the. School Board and Mr. Morganfor indicate the subject or I Dorothy Thiele Defendant. Clerk of the Circuit Court We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
Case No. 10-943 By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk Household CommercialGROVE
going all out to secure this would like to study ,Fotlee To AppearTo 4/S 4t 4/29
things you
expensive serum for our children.Too and learn and we will do our best d lence: Dorothy and address Thiele is, :whose 98 Walnut resl- NOTICE-TO APPEAR for SPRAYINGCall HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

much cannot be said about to provide them for you. Street; Walden. New York. I. Clrralt e..... Bradford Commtft estimate
the wonderful services rendered You are hereby notified that a Florida
by Ia Chaarery.
RallyAlthough Florida Pest Control
Family !mit forDivorce 600 Temple Ave. r'
the staff at the county Health President S. Royal of and settlement of real L snyder P. Snyder, Defendant.Plaintiff Case No.vs. 10-926 Sara =||ff | Phone 69

Unit spearneaded by Dr. Covington. the RJE PTA has just returned I is estate been title filed against 'Wotlec T. A..r.To' & Chemical Co.

Just to say "Thank You" for from the Grand Lodge in Jackson-kbovjt named Court and you cause In aid tbs ind address: Sara Bnyder.is: :20! $ whose East 4th reeldence Street. 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 035 YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER

Loans For CitizensOf all our little boys and girls is far ville she is still very interested in ]rou are required to serve t copy of Anniston Alabama. Gainesville, Fla.
rour answer or pleading to the You _. _
are hereby
that -
Starke And inadequate but we really are having each family pay $1 at the wmplalat! on the Plaintiff suit for a I j -" :' ----,_ ,__ ;> ,_ -: -=- =-.: _: ::_,:, -),
grateful and look forward to May PTA meeting on Wed., May 4, so '

Trading Area 12th and the second treatment. It that we may be sure that the pay- .

may be that in the near future we ments will be made on the new

Marlon Finance Co. of Gainesville may be able to make a contribu- during the summer. Sendor
offers the people of Starke their tion to "The. Salk Fund" which bring your money today, don't THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP OF 1

famous loan plans. These plans are will be used for preventive medi- delay. We will miss the very efficient BANKS

cine research and study. Presi- chair-
designed to help worthy working service of program

people ef alll walks of life. The dent Eisenhower presented Dr. man :Mary Royal who has left

"GET ACQUAINTED" $2 .OO or Salk with a citation in Washington Starke to reside in Philadelphia

50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more which I am sure included all Pa. We hope that Wilbur Royal
popular BUDGET Loan. This of us. will be as glad to have her thereas Confidence in a product is registered in sales. Likewise confidence in the Florida : -

consolidates the many bills you I Jacksonville, Florida: Matthew we are sorry not to have her National Group of Banks is reflected in dollars on deposit which total more

now hate Into a ONE payment W. Gilbert High School was the here. A weekend in Jacksonville, than half a billion. This confidence coupled with sound management of each

plan with One place to owe. This host to the State Band Festivalat is about as far as you can get FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK bank has enabled us to remain the largest group of banks south of Pennsylvania FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

one plan may sate yea up to 50 which time bands and directors Levy and Beulah Lennon from i OF JACKSONVILLE and east of Texas. AT GAINESVILLE

per rent of what you are now staged one of the longest and could blame them? I
paying. Why not call Marlon greatest parades and concerts in There Starke is and no place you like "Beautiful We are grateful to our many customers and are proud of the part they have helpedus I

Finance today at 5333 Gainesville the history of the festival. The Starke." That is why we don't to play in the development of the area we serve.

yep? Call us collect and let host band under the.direction. of want the.turnpike, we want the

Marion Finance solve those Money George H. Hill earned "A" rating our fine beautiful
'roblems' ulth of those fast because of their magnificent NATIONAL BANK
one per- Vice-President Ethel Singleton -
helpful Loans Remember the formance. The marching band con- sends greetings from Hobe AT OCALA

payment plan is made to fit your test was held In the. Gator Bowlon Sound, and a donation. She plansto April 11 1955

faudgtt.George. Friday, April 22. Pensacola's return to the city about May ,

band leader Raymond Shepard,
Ellis ., "
the ,
; friendly manager Henry Coleman, Ida Smith and 15.CHURCH NEWS 'I'< .
at Marion .Finance welcomes you Katie Williams were after-concert Church had RESOURCESLoans
to inquire into the Loans offer by | lit. Pisgah A.M.E. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
guests of Joseph and Ozora John- featured
this Loan Company Remember !services all day FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK and Discounts 129,099,258.10 AT FERNANDINA BEACHAT
son at their home, 6021 Carnation various churchesin
also that this Is another business I women of the ST. PETERSBURG ,

transaction which is confidential, Road Jacksonville. [ the city. Rev. E. L. Walker, Banking Houses Furniture & Fixtures

ts Just between the borrower and PTA & Hobby-Club "ChitChat"Thurston school of pastor, was hard to silence even Including Office Buildings 5,241,966.57
the Lender The cost is smalL for a day. The women tried to put

For instance $50.00 for SO days is.. Lincoln City held its regular Hobby him to sleep, but were unsuccessful Other Real Estate Owned 82,316.63

only $1.75 interest cost Other Club meeting on Monday April 25 The financial goal for the FLORIDA BANK

plans are in proportion So with the president, presiding. Prin- day and the building program was FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Prepaid Expenses 195953.03 AT FORT'PIERCEFLORIDA

cipal Price, encouraged them for met. Instead of raising AT ORLANDO C
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your money needs see ,more Other Resources 24522.17
what they had done during the led
Marion Finance at Gainesville. : |$300, as planned the women
school term and made plans for by that Christian dynamo. Margaret Customers Liability AC'

Marion Finance I the May Day festivities. She 'told Albert, raised a total of$35S.25. Letters of Credit ( 144816.88

them that she had made a special The pastor officers and

Company Inc. trip to Green Cove Springs to members wish to thank all churches Accrued Interest and BANKAT

218 West University Are and representatives for their Income Receivable 1273712.48
Dunbar high school who has and talent for AT PENSACOLA
Ocr The Gainesville Gas Co.
Phone promised the services of the school generous this entire day. We feel that it U. S. Government SecuritiesFlorida 215,782,938.39 .
5333E5ZSZ5252SZS2S2S2S2SZS252SZ5ZS2S band for Tuesday. May 17. 1955
will go down in the history of the< County and Municipal Bonds 21,974,890.82Federal
j'at;; 4 p. m. The feature will be the building of this new church. GOD

OF YOU. Mt. Moriah Reserve Bank Stock 876,600.00 FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
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Demps, pastor, held regular pas- & TRUST COMPANY AT ::

toral day, starting with Sunday WEST PALM BEACH Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 171933696.37 412499387.63
FARMERS SUPPLYA. School at 9:30: a. m. According to

Lay Leader Leona Royal, the Holy '
Communion was administered during 547,288,221.01 FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

R. JOHNSON the evening service. All day AT BELLE GLADE

was a high day. Sister Ida Smith t

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Lincoln City. Capital Stock 12850000.00 I

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Singers, dancers, comedians Surplus 18535000.00 ATSTAR.KE.

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will be awarded to winners of the Interest & Income Collected Not Earned 1,666,502.99 AT MADISON

white as well as colored partici-

Poultry Profits Start Here! pants. You can't be a winner if Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable 118,312.50
you don't enter the contest. Reg- FLORIDA NATIONAL
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cafi ADVENTIST CHURCH afternoon. The members displayed I. ------.---.--- .. -. "c --:..- ._ .--- : =-=-.- -_.'- 0'. ._ __ ... ;:' 'Ji. ;; I
i Services each Sabbath in the HEILBRONNJy skirts and other articles they had I
Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. made. They also brought different I
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching kinds of flowers to the meeting.
Mrs. Ancel Norman.AAAA.uAAAAAAAU.uAAAA I
every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- Some of the; girls will win a free
tor. Bible Study each Thursday I trip to camp because of their outstanding -

7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome The Heilbronn Training Union work. The girls enjoyed Spring Food Sale I
awaits everyone. refreshments they had prepared
Presbyterian ChurchSat. St. Edward's Church and ice Sunday cream School and cake classes supper enjoyedan at themselves.
the church Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Norman,
.. 3 p. m.Adult Choir Sunday Mass at 9:13: a. m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Friday night. I
Practice. 6:30 and The Heilbronn PTA held its Ancel and Clifford Norman, and ... .. .... .
Holy day masses : a. m. Services each Sunday in old I \ '''' -
Sunday School, 9:45 Morn- 8:30 regular meeting Mrs. Bobby White and baby enjoyed -
a. m. : a. m.Children's Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Thursday nightof '
ing Worship 11 a. m., sermon by Catechism Class each day School 10 a. m. Sacrament last week and the following a fishing trip and picnic
Rev. George Parry, Penney Farms. Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel- officers were elected for the com/supper at a lake near Keystone 7
Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. No eve- Keystone Heights come. ing year: Mrs. Marie demons I Heights last Friday night. ::::::::.
ning service due to the absence of (Women's Club) president; Mrs. A. C. Tetstone,vice Mrs. J. B. Sapp of Starke visited :=::::::

the pastor. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. AIRPARK MISSIONARY president; Mrs. Jessie Scott, sec Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp Sundayand -
Wed., 7:30 p. m.Prayer Meet- Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH retary; Mrs. J. B. White treas- -=
ing. Confessions before all Masses. urer. Plans were made for the attended church services here. ---
: Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning -
annual to be 20. The Ancel Norman and Leroy :;:;:
Thur., 3:30: p. m.Junior Choir o Worship 11 a. m. Training picnic May
All patrons and friends are invitedto Norman families and Mrs :::
practice. Mark's Union 6:15 Service Bobby I -
St. EpiscopalRev. : p. m. Evening -
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- come and bring a basket lunch.I White enjoyed a fish fry on New :-;::;: ...n ..ro.asQuantity
At The Tabernacle Raymond E. MatBlain nesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. W. 0. The 4-H Club girls held their River Saturday I

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Collins Jr., Pastor. o ___ ...__=-_ I ///ft///*,_"
Rev. J. Leslie Black, field evan- Church will be as follows: I -
gelist of the High School Evange- Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church CHURCH OF CHRISTC. FIRST Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. April 30
listic Fellowship of New York School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. L. O\erturf Jr., !Minister! BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE
City, spoke at the Tabernacle Horning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. !
Sunday morning on the beginningand p.m. Y. P. S. L. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening FLA. ASTOR Vac PacCOFFEE
aims of this Youth Movement.The Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litanyand Worship 7:30 p. m.
Sunday night service fea- Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 -- I Lb Can
tured an illustrated talk by the Practice. F. m. REVS LEWIS D HAINES Pastor F 19C
Sponsors on "Lights'Tuesday Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Radio program, "Old Paths"
night the speaker was 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
Evangelist Douglas Winn of WDVH. Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130
Greensboro, N. C. Christian ChurchRev. NO RINSE '(Limit 2 Please!)

J. Sherwood, pastor BROOKEK Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.
School 9:45 A.M. Union 6:45 P M. LgPkg
Sunday Training
Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes Rev C. B. Stallings, Pastor TIDE 2SC
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- for all ages. C. W. Colson, Supt. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m.,
ning Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at
Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and deaver 6 p. m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. ( )

Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 pmLawtejr Bible Study and Prayer: Meeting .. ..
7:30 p. m. Wednesday. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS .'C'" "r .r.. -_.... -' __.Jior.---- .-:.':...'...---. :-!:<.!'. __. .-_. ,<-;. I No 303
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Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Womans Council 1st and 3rd
Ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo Tuesday 7:30 p.M.Irs.. W. L. Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m.
ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m.HOMECOMING. Andrews, president. Morning Service 11 a.m.
Church located on W. Call and Evening Service 7:30 p.m. t VAN CAMP'SPORE
Christian streets. A friendly wel- Prayer Meetings Wednesday
AT HOPE CHURCH I come waits everyone. night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigW HUNDREDSof

The annual Homecoming will be HAMPTON EVERGREEN details are managed and economic- & BEANS 2 No 2STOKELY'S 29C
Theressa, 8. There ally attended that only a trained and
on Sunday May Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship
will be services all day starting at L careful organization can attend when
: ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. :
Service 11 Youth Program
a. m.: Finest
10 a.m. Dinner will be served on :6:30: p. m. Evening Service 8 m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer the urgent need for serving is at

the grounds at noon. Everyone I p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor. Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. hand.
ia invited. Rev. J, E. Lingerfelt, pastor. \ No 303
BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton Christian Church
1. 7 Starke, Fla.
P. D. Q. Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- Sunday Bible School 10 a. m.i' ---- .. _ ....
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Preaching ,11 a. m. Evening -
FOR p.m. Preaching 7:30 pjn. Prayer Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach Funeral Director Ambulance Service

Proven Dependable Quick Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. ing 8 p. m. Wednesday Bible fur local funeral hoa-... enable us to otter ('oQvenll'neeaaervtrf sun
Protein Vitamin Mineral REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. Jones Study, Hour Pastor.8 p. m. Willard M. !' not otherwise available Swift's Prem. Gr. "A' Dressed & Drawn BeltsvilleTURKEYS

Sl-W SupplementsPhone Starke, Fla. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH e. ...... II.' ... ......,

Farmers SupplyALL LAUTEY, FLA. I We turolsh the highest type service at lowest prices, and
LIVESTOCKThe Sunday Scnooi 10 a. m. Preach YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- tcc..pt ANT life insurance policy in force laaied by ANT
ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek brook purse-size fountain pens in company, aa payment In part or m full on a funeral.
10th and Cherry Sts. service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- Consultation carries no obligation.
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Track{ !: Given To 613 Youngsters Here

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Tornadoes Bid For Conference Title : V. ri

A fine job on the part of the HY&iei4
Team 4
eb volunteer workers. and splendid
Defeat Lake City 8-2 Last SaturdayFriday :' j2I cooperation by the publIc. resulteJ ,'

in the sum of 300.10 collei-ted m '

night Palatka's defeatof up five runs and five hits. i tarke Monday night m the .W111i, I' -

St. Augustine. made Bradford's BHS picked up a single tally in Takes "Lights On" phase of the Cancer : -

Tornadoes the northern division Drive. Both Miss Dorothy Ah'arez. -
the first when Dewaynty i21der iiU
champion of the East Florida chairman and Miss Dorothy
walked, stole second, and was \ :
Conference. The southern division Ross. co-chairman of the drive
thrown out at the plate when he I .
winner has not yet been determ- extended sincere thanks to the ;
tried to score on a single by Ak- Title
ined, but whichever of the follow- ridge. Akridge kept on moving; ': many people who gave generousiand :

ing, Seabreeze, Sanford, Deland, or and as Lake City catcher Rizer to the workers many <>t
wins the division. I whom walked blocks-
New Smyrna many. man
threw toward second to nail Ak i

will meet the Tornadoes for the ridge. his throw went all the way I I to 'over each territory assigned .

Conference Championship here in into center field and Akridge All) of Starke was divided into :

a single' game the first week in' scampered all the way home. Lake ,I __ ___ _u_ _____._ ___u districts--- ---- --, flrirJ nn.. the_.. .fnllmnnor..-.. ... ivnrk.. .

May.To City came back in the top of the Ii i Last Friday at Deland Brad- BUS'S 1935IXXIG TRACK TEAM i.. pictured abote. First row
prove that they are of second. Rizer singled but was\ford High edged Seabreeze Highof ((1 to r) Jimmy Hobbs, manager, Lamar Miavv. Stanley Clark, Bobby .ireas1st: Mrs. Garl Mathews L-- .1SMlLtN.

championship. caliber. the BHS\caught stealing second. Long!, Daytona Beach 69 1-2 to 67 1-2 Ferguson. Second row: Clifford Martin, Jerome Ktlnards, To\\nsen Mrs R. B. Alvarez. Mrs. L. N.

nine decisively defeated a highly walked- as did Andy- Harvey. Hines '|'to win the East Florida Conference I Strickland Jimmy Weldon, Freddie Stephens, Jimmy Hazen. Third :Pickerin ($55.38)); 2nd, Mrs. J. II

rated Lake City team Saturday popped out to Glen Reddish at Track championship. Palatka II row: Robert Humphries, Coach James Hobbs. Dt'nni.lath"I: Billy I DuPre Mrs. Donald MacRae

night on the local field 8-2. A first. Long moved to third after [finished third with 59 1-2 points I :Moore, Wayne Wooten, Kenneth Elder, Donald Slade. In an election I (S47.70)) ; 3rd, :Mrs. H. H. Adams,

neat three-hit pitching perform the catch. Harvey drew a throw 'and the host Deland had 50 1-2 I Mrs. John A. Torode :Mrs. Vernon
held Strickland
I Monday was named captain and :Martin cocaptainof
ance by Edwin Johns and timely attempting to steal; and as catcher I points. Other teams in the meet the team. 'I Silcox ($35.35); 4th. Mrs. Ernest

hitting by Elder Edgar Akridgeand Eulie Rushton's peg went i were Ketterlinus of St. Augustine I I Phillips, Mrs. Willie Mae Denton

Eulie Rushton with two hits into center field Long scored. 1 with 17 and Sanford with 6 ($30.43)) ; 5th Mrs. Merritt Wil- !, t. CHiLDKEX lined up willingly: at the Bradford County 4

each and a triple by Johns himself i Johns fanned the next batter to I points. Several records fell including \Girls IntramuralsLast ,Boys Intramurals I hams Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Mrs health: din Thursdaj morning of last week to reoene the eagerly

pave the Tornadoes the win. end the inning. In the Bradford I three by Don Lucy of I II I I I Vasco Hazen ($30.14)). : awaited full \accinc for the prevention of pulio.

Bobby Sandlin, ace Lake City half of the third, Rivers fannedto I Seabreeze who posted a 10.2 in the I week in the 9th and 10th!j The finals of the 7th Grade-8th; Other districts and workers !I' .1' : M,nun Ph"l".v hj .lie TeYgi.tl'1\ !. _ _

hurler lost some of his effectiveness open the Inning, but Reddisi}]I 100 yd. dash. a 20 ft. 1-2 inch in grade competition, Ann Williams Grade intramural basketball I I with totals omitted are: Mrs. P.

from the last time he faced walked and Elder followed with a I the broad jump, and 120 ft. 10 1-2 of lOB won the running broad\tournament will be played May 11 I D. Reddish Mrs. Pete Felos; Mrs -- : ,- :, ;\! -
' the Tornadoes when he set them clothesline single into left centei i inches in the discus. ;jump posting 13 ft., 2 inches. Pat on the armory floor. Jloom 8A II I Ned Yancey Mrs. J, E Hardy. : 3.; :"'. ,y.

down with one hit. Sandlin left moving Reddish to second. Edgal r' The meet was a story book fin- Hobbs and Jackie Prevatt tied for I will meet Room 7D. These two!':'Mrs. A. B. Baker; Mrs S E t ::-;- .

the mound in the, fifth after giving Akridge loaded the bases with z l \ sh for the Tornadoes. Trailing the next two places. The 100 yard teams won in the 8th and 7th i I'i Simmons; Mrs. T. C Hazen Ji :

-I Seabreeze )ty two points going into dash in the same classification was grade brackets respectively and I 1 Mrs. Ed Tenly; Mrs. John Deas,
--- ----'- the final event the mile relay. I I won by Dorothy Ellington of 9B. 11 the winner will be the Junior Misses Dorothy Ross. IorothAl-

Bradford needed to outscore Sea- Sandra Strickland of hOC and, Ala High Champ. | '-arez. Edith Kiefer; Mrs H. C

%WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE breeze by more then ten points. In Hunter of 9D took second and The 8th grade includes Jimmy Crown Mrs. Glen Duke.

this event the first five. places third respectively. I Hobbs A. B. Whitehead, Tom I Miss Alvarez announced that

count ten, eight six, etc. A first I In the 7th and 8th grade division ; Stalling, John Allen Shadd, Win- i anyone not contacted in Starkp

place would give the Tornadoes at I the 50 yard dash was won by fred Tomlinson, and Bobby Mag- who wishes to contribute to the

least a tie if Seabreeze finished Brenda Martin of 8C. Freda Kinb- 'yari. The 7th grade squad in- i I drive can do so by sending it to

second. Humphries Martin, Moore !ler of 7A was second and Nancy :I eludes Julius Kowatch, Randy Cancer Fund, Guidon Grill Starke s'__ ,

and Ferguson then went out and 'I'Dally. also of 7A was third. In I :Wilcox Jack Seivei Billy Godwin,| A special contribution of SIS: 4

RADIO posted a meet record of 3 minutes.' standing broad jump. Alice' Junior Sanders. and Mitchell | in memory of Mrs. William J .

., iJ 36.2 seconds. Palatka edged Sea- | Faye Newman of 8C won first: !I"rawfnrdf !Epperson H. L. Brownlee and

I AND breeze for second place and the | place honors. Freda Kimble finished .f I I George Anderson by the TEL

Tornadoes were in. Top individual I second and Bonnie Johnsonof BHS Track Squad Sunday School Class of the First

TELEVISIONSales point scorers for BuS were Strick- 8A third.In ( Baptist Church in Starke was

ZENITH 17"Eanston land 12 1-2 points, Humphries with a Junior High softball game;'In District Meet .I!acknowledged thanks by Miss

T1814R j 5995 _, I" 11 1-2, Clark 9, Ferguson 8. Mar- played Monday afternoon, the::1 i Alvarez.

tin 6 1-2, and Moore 6 1-2. Lawtey girls defeated the BITS; I' The Tornado track squad is in'I' G
When Your TV Needs Gainesville today (Friday) in the iiiir1)11.
BHS points were scored as follows junior high lassies 12-7. 'I' Will
Sen ice Call 166 and Servicesssppsssrtpssssssssssspsssssss district meet with other Class A Toby Dowdy _
: Shot Put Clark 2nd
'schools in this Winners of
rsrsflss"flsSS Locke 3rd. Discus Weldon 5th. Tornadoes j I area. A. J. BARRY local administers the vaccine to tiny
:224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Broad Jump Wooten 3rd. Pole PlayIn 'first, second, and third places in M. C. Talent Show physician _____
;this I blonde-haired Patricia Hardee. Local doctors volunteered their services _
Vault ( Ocala TodayThe ( meet qualify for the State I
Humphries 1st (tied a:
I Class A Meet to be held in Gainesville to comprise three teams for the historic! innoculations.DIDN'T .
f -I Toby Dowdy popular bandleader
record) with 10 ft. 7 in.; Don J,
-- Slade and Jerome Edwards tied Tornado nine met P. K on May 7. and radio station owner will be :. ,.
for 5th. High Jump Clark 1st Yonge here last night (Thursday)::1 master of ceremonies for the Lions I : : .
Sell It Rent It Trade 5>> ft. 8 in., Humphries 2nd. High Results were not available al t ,Explorer Scouts Club Talent Show on May 6 at the'!
time. This afternoon th
Hurdles Strickland 1st. Hun- press < BHS football stadium.

TO% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED dred yard-dash Ferguson 3rd. I BHS nine will meet Ocala at 4 4I [,To Make Trip I Final plans for the annual event ,

Mile Run Godwin 5th. Half Mile I p.m. in Ocala. A week from todaj,On Suwannee River are shaping up well according to': I

Low Rates Good Results E'asy To Platt I I Ito Relay (Strickland Martin, Shaw, hey: meet Branford in Branford i t Chairman Billy Jackson, and the,
Ferguson) 1st. Quarter Mile Up to date batting averages wit 1 All Explorer Scouts in the Ala- I Lions look forward to a very ;,

WORDS OR LESS. ONE IXSERTIOTV - 50. Moore 2nd. Low Hurdles Strick- appear in next week's Telegraphas ,, chua District will leave Friday successful show. Two first prizes'of '

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cDISCOUNT land 1st. Sprint Medley (Martin, will details of the championshi]>[afternoon for an outdoor "float $25 defense bonds will be awarded j i i

OF 1.1: PKR CENT 0\ TWO OR MORE I\8ERTIO\S Elder, Wooten, Godwin) 3rd., and playoff. i t trip" 'on the Suwannee River. to the best white talent and the I

the Mile Relay see above. I _i i Explorers will rather at SPlit. :best colored talent. Other prizes
23* ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS! OR ADS NOT PAID I.V ADVANCE I 'will be proportionate. Lion X. M.i i
Townsend Strickland was elected second, but Rizer singled throughthe Rock Springs northwest of Bell
of the team his [where they will Smith announces that there will I
Captain by camp Friday night,
THANKS : middle. Long lifted a sharp
mates this week. Strickland a single into left. Rizer held up at 'leaving; Saturday morning for the be seating space for both white

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH UNE) senior won first place in both second. Harvey, attempting to 'float trip up the Suwannee River and colored.

.- '" hurdle events in the conferencemeet bunt. popped up to Johns. Harvey in boats, canoes and rafts. I I Last minute talent entries will

WANTED-Between 20 to 40 acres FOR KENT-Furnis-hed Apartments. and last fall was an all-con bounced a sharp grounder to Kope-j I Saturday night they will camp be acceptable up to Wednesday
close to town, prefer.n I 600 Temple Ave. Phone 52J.gtrhg. I night May 4, according to Lion
farm land ference end on the football squad.All .
(. hard road. Contact Fred Mill I 5/6 lousos who threw to first but |at Hart Springs. A Sunday School Joe Andrews.
er. lit. 3. Cox 114-A. Lake City, I 195.5 track lettermen will Reddish missed the tag when he :program will be held Sunday
lip IFOU SALE-Three 2 ton ChevroletTrucks. Tickets are available at 25 and
Fla '
I Good condition Priced have their awards suitably inscribed was pulled off the bag. With the morning: after breakfast after ':50 cents. Receipts from this program HURT MUCH! agree these smiling first-graders as they hap-

PRE-CAST SEPTIC' TANKS and In- reasonable. Starke Taxi Service denoting conference cham- bases now loaded Stewart walkedto ,which the trip will continue. They I' suckers that given each child after the
Mallation. II. K. Hamilton, 324 phone 150. 2tp 5/6 pionship. will go into the Sight Con- pily chomp on all-day were
P. O. Box 1108. force in a run. Shaffer hit intoa will conclude this trip Sunday took the innoculation without whimper-
Cherry St. or i servation Fund of the local Lions j shot Most of the children a
Stark.._4tp 5/iO FOR SALE New three bedroom force out at the plate endingthe afternoon at 5 o'clock when they
home with lake frontage near Texas Leaguer into short left- Club and President Hugh Ingram tears were few and far between.
SMALL MODERN PIANO FOR SALE Keystone Height. Also lake inning.In |will land at Fanning Springs for 1 1I
field. Rushton states that most of it will go toward -
slapped a
-Wurlitzer Spinet. Just, the piano front lots. Phone 108 Dr hotlInger. the fifth Joe Hines look over ',return: to their respective homes.
to start your child on. May be Itp single in the hold between short I purchasing glasses for needy
M-rn In Starke $25 down and mound duty for the visitors and I i Fshing along the river and the I It's Amazing!
and third to score Reddish. With within the county.
only $%%.80 per month. Ten year FOR SALE-l.'ed rotary type pow. the Tornadoes began working on study of bird life will be some of I i iIJ1J
factory guarantee. Orldley Music er lawn mower good condition. the bases still full. Johns lifted a '
University.Kla Also fish and accessories.M. him. Elder singled oft the gloveof the fun possibilities.
In('.. 1025 W tropical Although four months has
into I
ialneevlll :Strhg 5/6 :551-J.. A. Payne. "VV. Madison St.. Ph.111> long score fly Elder deep after the catch.leftfield Ed-to the third baseman. Edgar Ak-I Fishing along the river and the Jackson Heads elapsed since the Telegraph

FOR RENT-Two bedroom upstairs ward lifted ridge popped out to the third base- so invited on this trip. Those who I published its 75th AnnIversary
Akridge into
apartment. Center St. Mrs. II. K. FOR SAUJ-l-ft. boat. 5 HP motor. a blooper man. Rushton followed with a :will attend from Starke, under Starke Lions
issue we are still receiving requests -
Tvu phone :I55-\Y._Itch: See Earl harrier IU. I, Box 338.: short right field which fell in safe-
I after 4:30 p.m. lip high bouncer to the same spot; the direction of Harry Green, Explorer for copies. We are happyto
I. ly, scoring Edgar Akridge and
rXFIXlSHKO! HOUSE and lot 50 x but: before the ball came down,{, Supervisor are: Wayne announce that we ran still II
140. Sacrifice $450.00 cash or $500on Rushton. Kopelousos flied out to ; W. T. (Billy) Jackson was elected -
time. Francis Gulf Station.Kinitslev 4/29\ KINGSLEY LAKE center ending the inning. the BHS backstop was standing Tllundorff, Ray Judd, Douglas Noun president of the Starke Lions fill these although our supplyof I"
T.ake Road. Jtn safely on first base. Johns tripledto Alan Mann Ronald Prevatt, extra copies is rapidly
Lake Club at held in
10 tract of landon City came back in the a recent meeting
llrnHliful acre
CARPENTER WORK-Block work, Went Hide Klnitslcv lake 341 fourth. Sandlin popped out to deep center scoring Rushton ,Tommy Dyal, Charles Manire, the Lions Den. dwindling.if I I
wirln!:'. plumbing, roofing. Write{ feet lake front. xubxtanllalthree land Elder. Edward Akridge and Robert Cooper, Archie Green, you have misplaced your
..proutinR and cement work. moderncrntrnienrcM Other officers elected at this
<* A. orrE>ll. c'o Bradford County bed room dock bouoe with drekMlngroomo. Gus Kopelousos lined out to right Freddie Stevens, Mike Goldwire, copy and would like to put one

If'ltraph. HI'hit_ porch anti boat hones.; alMO Can field and center field respectively.. Robert Keey, Alonzo and Charles time were: Bob Firth, secretary; aside! ( for your children or
... Suitable' forrcKldentlal. X. M. Smith treasurer Maxie
4 room .H. : grandchildren to read an enjoy I
Crystal Thus the
FRONT LOTS ended scoring for thevening. WATER MuhdltMon or recreational I
l.akp Guy Andrews! owner, iurpokc fan be hhowitt I J Carter Jr., 1st vice president: years from now, our adtiseis
l'hhnl' Starke S83; Keystone lime ACCIDENTSProduce Eston Jordan, 2nd vice president: and it while we 4itii1.v
any hurry get
Height 3136. tf I BHS had a total of eight hits and ;'The Silver Chalice' I :4
.:I Pat A. Miller 3rd vice president: can still supply the demand. I P-4
Realtor three errors while Lake City miscued II
W ANTED TO BUY HOUSE-Suitable Disease? I twice afield. Johns fannec I:At Florida Theatre Davis Gassett Lion Tamer; and III I
3 II
2 or
for Lake Cottage :r.1 Temple Atenue Phone 33.1starke Louis Juistor, Tail Twister.
rooms', mu-t be practical to mote FloridaPAIITMEXT I six and walked five. Coach Jo< Starting Bradford County
10 lake. Call :Mrs Crowson at 29 The cause of many diseases! can Hull used 13 players. including"; Sunday"The Next year's members of the

ONLY be traced to a previous accidental I Harden. Parish and Richarde who I Board of Directors will be David ,, .
: -
I %N \01' IIKI.lF.\-For \ FOR HE-\T-1'p. : Silver Chalice based on Telegraph to
*3.W doa and II"f'I... >..u stairs; :2 rooms and Kitchenette injury. Nerve t'nt'rJa.hit'h 'saw action for the first time. novel the Montgomery J. R. Wainwright, I'
ran batf a "'I':\ \ .\U (JVUIvnii furnished or unfurnished Just inside flows\er the nerves from the best-selling by same M. G. McMillan, A. H. Harley, and ..1 'S X M. SMITH was one of
.\ : : > Autonmtle Oan Hot city limitr,,uple desired. I I name, at the Florida Theatre I ,
\\.I..r Heater In pour hoin*.-fully Apply RI. 1. box 442.:! East .Starke.2tchg the brain to each organ is essential opens Hugh Ingram. They will be installed -\ :MITICI: UK ivrRvnoTO the !seeralolur.tecrs to give an
and new cu'- Cub Scout Pack Sunday for a three-day run. HKfavTKK KICTI riot S :%,%MH
1.. ..II..d. t Kor old 4/29: to good health. at the first meeting in all-day Sill I.pr and a bg: smile to
is hereby given that the
CO. Phone i Notice
foment of) !SLIDK ( VH revolves around Basil,
151. Accidents produce spinal misalignments Met Monday Night i story July. undersigned under the provisions of ,the joungsters as they rolled off
1% PAID 0SA'IOS KEYSTONE played by a newcomer Paul New- t Chapter 20.95J Laws of Florida, Acts |
STATE RANK KEYSTONE uhich in turn create The vaccine assembly line. Receiving -
of 1941, will register with the Clerk
Electric Motors HEIGHTS. FLA.. MEMr.ER nerve pressures: that result indisease. The April theme "Cub Scout \man, a young Greek artist who is I C. F. Litchfield I of the Circuit Court in and for candy is 2nd grader Susan
: FDIC. make the famed 'I
]commissioned to Bradford County. State of Florida,
It may te the stomach Foresters was well portrayed, I upon receipt of proof of publication !\\1ggin'i.I .

REWOUND AND LET J. D DOOM. JR eyes, heart or any other in; two skits at the Pack meeting| cup of silver. His struggles to Rites Thursday i, of this notice the fictitious
IIDLE "O'RC.'TTLF. I held in the First produce it and then protect it ,[:name of McGriff Mercury Motors I
Monday night
of the
organ body. under which I am engaged in busi- ,
!ULEJ-,*M> HOG!* Your Chiropractor is trained to1000att" Methodist recreation hall. I from the attempts at destruc- Charles Foard Litchfield, 70 ness at Court and Jefferson Streets. LOOK

l.lt. Oak Karh \\>rfo.-.d.7Cainr.Ulle Members of Dens 1 and 2. tion by Simon the Magician provide died Tuesday morning at his home.Starke, fia.I .
Repair and remove nerve ( J. MeCrlff sole 307 E
Appliance I Each Friday pressurt' I action for the film. Virginia I I' owner. at the watch with the
tf If our condition is not coached by Mrs. Stanley Noegel.! the on the Newberry road, near Can St., Starke, Fla.
Machine Work ) I II Dated this 8th day of April A. D.
General the dazzling
Mayo plays Gainesville, after illness.A .I
and Mrs. R. P. McLendon, enjoyed I a lengthy "
. due to nerve pressure He Mill I I 1195:; Starke. Bradford County Fla. "Look of a Leader!
I and the '
S I FOR SALE gladly tell you so. I seeing excerpts from the thrilling k slave-girl. Helena lovely I farmer and a former resident of| 4/8 4t 4/29

I movie, "The Crusades." A high-!I Italian actress Pier Angeli. is seen Starke, he moved to his present I -
All Work Guaranteed i Deborah. Jack Parlance, one ofHollywood's IB Circuit Court, Dradfora. CovutyFioridat
IX STARKE as home 19
the .
SLAG ROCK light of the meeting was years ago. I IB ChancerjjWm .
Reasonable Rates presentation of the 1955 Charter best known bad men Mr. Litchfield was born Nov. 10,i' P. Bloom, Plaintiff, vs. Edna
CONSULT Simon. M. Bloom. Defendant.
is the
S Excellent for Driveways by Dr G. A. Thomas, Gainesville 1884 in Bradenton the son of| Case No 10-966
District Commissioner of the Pamuel and Anna Jaret Litchfield..Order Of Publication ,...dotl..e:
and Parkways BOLL1NGERCHIROPRACTIC I To Appear Stale Of Florida Tot
RED SEAL North Florida Council. Awards,Hudson InjuredBy He was a member of the Seventh Edna M. Eloom. whose residenceand

II $3.00 Per Yard and membership cards were givenby I Day Adventist Church. : address is: UNKNOWN
& MACHINE Accident Shot i You are required to appear on
ELECTRIC In 5 Yard Lots Cubmaster Yancey assisted by, I Surviving are his widow, Mrs. .May 23. 1959, in the above .named
SHOPF. CLINIC Chairman Hillendahl. :Vista Jeannette Litchfield five :.Court and cause' wherein plaintiff
M. F. Hudson who operates a seeks divorce.

Call All Cub Scouts are anticipatingthe ,shoe repair shop on S. Walnut St.. sons Leland D. and Orville W.. !I II r Bradford County Telegraph shall
GUAUDON 2 blocks north of Post Office in the courthouse I I:publish this Order in next four
W. BILLY JACKSON big meeting i received a hand injury Sunday both of Davenport.. Iowa, Harold :' tljllues.I I
Owner, Manager Phone 108 Thursday night, Apr. 28 at 8 I when a .45 automatic pistol he H. of Mobile, Ala., Gerald A. of Witness my band and official ,I
1 I I
Phone 163 : Office hours daily Thurs. p.m., when the first Court of fired. Jacksonville, and Samuel C. Litch ,seal at Starke, Florida. this April I II I
St.-I'hoDe 897 I except was cleaning accidentally ,
lOG Washington 20, 1955.
MarKc. }'Ia.I II I 9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 Honor will be held in Starke with i Mr. Hudson says that he was unaware field of Gainesville; three brothersand OFFICIAL SEAL Chines A. Darb i /SENAT0
RADIOS REPAIREDAll the three groups attending in two sisters also survive.Funeral As Clerk of said Court :
I that a bullet was in thepistol's
Evenings and Clerk
Thursdayb By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy
All Modela.Iracunable
mil SALE-:Xew': 8 x 8 x IS Con- Make Kuaranteed uniform: Cub Scouts, ages 8-11: chamber and when the gun services were held I Zach H. Douglas SOS Lynch Build- I -.' f 17 Jewels.
,T.-tt I.Uuk. iSc Cement $140I charge* appointment 11-15 and Explorer I thick rttistut,
Mortar Mix $1.:25! per CHIS. C. UEPIIEHUfl Boy Scouts ; fired his first thought was how Thursday afternoon at 2:30: o'clockin Jacksonville.. Florida inbreaable
".T l.ae lifetmi
'Attys. for PIt. 4/22 4t 5/13
\V, fall t. Marke' Ph. 2.111 Scouts 15-18. -
Itradfmd Engineering Co. I the DeWitt C. Jones
hag lucky he was not to have been hit. Chapel'j' !

phone !O.. Staike. tf GOOD WATCHES NOW $1 down ; -' _. __ _ 'Then he looked down and saw I I Gainesville. Burial was :, NOTICE OF PROD \TE lUWYeXDias. bud

'IR ipartmt-nt RENT-Three private room entrance.furnished L. P. and )1 per week at Dahmer's tfenEFOU L ____. _, iI.UTL _",_ __ _, _'> his bleeding hand where the bullet tioch Cemetery. I,In the Bradford C'onnty County Judge, Court. i .;

Oreen Ph..m296W1S: !tn 4'22: I '*-ent through the fleshy part near Slate of Florida 0osehom6siyies.

SALE-Fan y-l..a"ed Caladium WANTED -- DEALERFOR tie edge of his palm. Doctors Discuss I ESTATE Deceased.The .OF THOMAS J. GRIFFIN, I ., 133.73 to$49.50'

INCOME FARM bulbs 50c ea. at Carradine's. U. S. Mr. Hudson's son Dr. Jack Hudson 1 1i State of Florida. To All Per oIntereoted .. ,
south of Lawtey. Association I. the Estate of Said
301. 1 mi. County
ATLANTIC STATIONON of Augusta Ga.. was visiting Pay as little
30 arrr far.... II room home .ua. 9tchg 5/7 I i Decedent as $1.00 a
at the time and treated his' I I'I You are hereby notified that a week
.UfltfUCtofl. modern roairnirnrrk. jiere i I and have
uiiry Plans for the formation of an written Instrument purporting to the
1IHI urrnu lrre <*7C.O.IHI .- THREE LOTS FOR SALK-SJS ft. 1 father for the injury. '
.'. Eastside official Bradford County Medical :be the last will and testament of "Look of a Leader "
crop In 1!> :" Price ro6.000.II: front approx. 300 ft. deep. 'I i !
.., I said decedent has been admitted to
balance sewerage.street
LI.I'I tI. It 'II">ment. St Clair St. City discussed informal
at -
Society were an probate in this court. You are here-
MiuBllil' If.u nant a farm being paved. See Glenn TEMPLE AVENUECall ,
that "ill ra> l<.. \\If)' ibis U It. Puke or phone 95 tfchg dinner meeting of the local !by commanded within six calendar
... .. T. U. months from the date of the firstpubllca.tlon
If i..... .IU.. rail:\I.1'On FOR KENT '''cel- furms-hed threeor or Write V/ C. medical doctors last Friday nightin I I of this notice to appear DANGER'SGIFT

more room1 apartment for the Elks Club. I in this court and show cause, If any, .
A. J. THOMAS Adults. Elec. kitchen. shade over IF YOU DOVT WISH TO you can, why the action of this
SOUTH ATLANTIC OIL COMPANY Attending the meeting were Dr. I I
For in admitting said will to >
apartment all day. lawn. TRADE WITH SATAN, KEEP I .court probate -
Sale Puilding Lots JSOO to Pete G. Felos, Dr. A. J. Barry, should not stand unrevoked SHOP
323 Temple Ate Telephone 3S3StarUe. $600. size 100 x 200. Mrs. L. :M. Phone East 52064 Palatka. Fla. OUT OF illS TERRITORY. ', (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A Yawn
!Dr. A. Y Dr. T. G.
Florida Clark. Ut 1. Box 410 Bessent Rd. CHRISTIAN LEAGUE; BULLE-; County Judge. Bradford County.
1 mile. Ritch and Dr. Bert Christoffers Florida ; Starke Fla.
left of Call St. bridge. ,
I tfchg _:_ --- _______ =____ ___________= _________:_ TLV First publication "n April 8. 1935 ,
I I ; i of Keystone Heights. 4/3 4t 4/2J:!


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