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: February 8, 1956
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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Survey Finds Negro Leaders Satisfied With Status Ouo' I IA'lno"l

unanimous!}, a numbeio school system at this time tun1.! ( '-Un... wt. have truU: equal \Vhrn aKej, fui' .n opinion a :, kins said! '.t 4It.' "..; iu-' Id IA Th"mpkIn< :: n.n",1. l :ia- l' i'. >, '.t. ...' .'. '-
: Bradford County Negro leaders Only one interviewed refused ..hnol fa'! illtie and ti. the : ;
person equipmen: compaiati\e ItMung abll- i "If it !I" fuiud) on ur,>Al ';.aidIIf Una: niK.f! v :...1! I i-k s. I
vpressed themselves as opposed to state his opinion. All ]I anu I .im satisfied with th.. present U.cs of whites and Negroes I I there will! be f rut ion It should ddii'"'! that in his opinion tiiJeii "UV i..uc ni'tf- .-. i", ,u School Officials

n de-segregation in a survl'Yundu.tfd others talked freely and seemed situation However. last year. Thompkins replied: i! be done on the college level first. colored teuiheis are capable "I now :nan we "'\. : t"cI i t>i";":, r..4
\: by The Telegraph last'' glad of the opportunity to tell ; before the new buildings wereI "I agree that .olored children j When asked what discussion he think they have rnaii. far greater the South
week how they felt. I i I elected that was not so." die behind in their lasses a; has heard of the problem among advancement in re.'p111'ar!$ "I am not afiaid
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Among those interviewed were : Here are the names of those 1 Thompkins stated he has seen compared with the whites. It i is'I' the colored people. Thompkm than have the white leathers on1; job if de-segregation i omebc: nu- Say Races

a high school principal a school' interviewed, and their comments: |!; much advancement in the status not because they don't have the ': said: a comparative basis cause I feel
I Iretll'f'd qualified! and ,il,
supervisor teacher businessman EDDIE THOMPKINS. Princi- of the Negro in recent capabilities, but because I "The
| years. they colored people I have OZOP.A SHELL, Supervisor of colored teachers who are
principal retired farmer I pal, PJE (Negro) High School "When I was a in have not had the !!: q.iaiiii.'dw0u14 Oppose ChangeSome
I i I young man facilities and i talked to here in the county *xpress -!:Negr0 schools in Bradford County.I not lose their job. "
and a mother with school-age "I feel that the reel the late '20s, there 1
I j objective were few opportunities opportunities that should have; satisfaction with the situation said: "De-segregation is an "Professor" A. O Jenkins. ;6.
children. ]I; of the NAACP (National Association -! open to colored people been afforded them. Other now." : issue far-reaching in its conse- retired school ,
Although the answers varied j for the Advancement of ; but today I much in factors home I 1 I principal with over n.onih) ago the B.IItM;
I j j see progress! are background, He doesn't believe that integration quencies. If it should come with- : 45 years of teaching to his credit. County Board
somewhat practically all stated I Colored People) was 'for equal i i that direction. educational background of the'! would throw colored teachers I out enough education there might j saidThu.. is one of the tion conducted of Publu Instru'-

they were satisfied with the status facilities. It didn't look like I "I don't think you can change parents, and the community environment :I out of work. "I don't think this j be iolence There is not enough stickiest problems U'P'had in '194 white teachers a survey among
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quo. and some expressed concern I thev were going to them tradition It ." ". 2s colored
get overnight: is goingto I would happen because there is a lerance fin the part of either many years. : teachers
with what would happen it without asking for integration take time and understanding Asked what will happen if desegregation shortage of white tachers." and : t. colored or the whites "I would be i and 40 members of the
very happy the : RotaryClub.
de-segregation is forced on the "I feel that right now in Brad- on the part of both groups is forced now, Thomp- there are <"lord teachers on the The w i\ I feel about it I= thatBRADFORD State would provide the on the to learn the feeling
thingswould ): question of :
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not want both races thrown 'of this

together: The Telegraph survey w-er but: reported nil offm.4l in: f

"I feel that de-segregation will'! 'comment was made at the time
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Single bring trouble. The blacks and '! This week Harmon P Morgan.

10C'Official whites have gotten along nicely i iso School Superintendent and L H

Copy far so let's continue to get 'Gibon'frp interrogated regarding .

along that way '! their conclusions on the Sill

County Publication Establuhed In 1879 "We are not ready for integration -' vev Their answers follow :

in our schools or churches. School Supt. Morgan: would
-- There are too our''''
many people in conclude that the
: SEVENTY-SEVEN 'LORID.\-t'RIDU' 1956 people anJ the
M'MBKK: who '
THIRTY-ONE race don't
know what life is, | school teachers of both races in
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Will Head Bradford Teachers I white or black. We need de-segregation from are opposed to
BloodmobileTo March Of Dimes II Four my study of
;j Announce more cultuie j the survey."

__ "In case
integration As
Jsx.s n I is forced i l to the Virginia plan, whereby

Be In Starke .:t... ?.. .'' r .'...- 1. 4 T'-. :: Exceeds Quota i For ',, both on us races it will here.not be pleasant for I: be made the state's into private public schools schools with will

Commissioner I! "If
.,, ..1 our boys and girls were I' the power to restrict attendance.
.. ; made to go to school under good :: Morgan said:

Next Tuesday ., "'e.' By Over $1,000a i \! teachers with good facilities they I "I am doubtful about it. A?
.4'A .1 I Business began to pick up in |I could be made to be citizens equal : long as they put public funds into

I slow-moving campaign this i i to any in the world. I: schools, no matter how indirectly.

Tuesday. Feb. 14, has been pro- ,' ) The Bradfrrd County March of j I i I week, as four announcementswere "Trouble is, some of them hang l it would come under Federal

claimed Bloodmobile Day by Mayor t I Dimes drive for 1956 exceeded its made for the post of county around the street corners, and Court jurisdiction."

W T. Jackson.. who expresses hope ..51Ilim I quota by more than $1,000, Mrs. I I commissioner.. Incumbents announcing they learn to lie and cheat and I Asked for his views on the

that all Bradford County will turn J. W Andrews III, county drive for re-election were: I steal and they should have been I doctrine of interposition the plea

out to donate a pint of blood when I[ 'I .:hairman. announced yesterday. I H. A Bishop Jr., present chair-' ..q. m whooi The fault lies with | that the Federal Government has

the Bloodmobile unit will be '--- I The county quota was $3,000 man of the Board, and commis- j some parents. or guardians, but *I exceeded the authority delegated
brought to Starke by Beta Sigma f jNK''LY j\ while the net amount actually was sloner from District 3 (South i I the State should force the children -' to it bv the constitution. Morgan

Phi sorority.The I I $4,125.57. Starke He is completing his to K" to school and be good said:

Bloodmobile be located I The following break-down of I first term in the office and ,' citizens.. j "It seems to me that it is only

at, the Lions Den on Water Street, funds raised by communities was ,, pledges himself to "continue my i I 'I feel howfver. that the colored on this basis that the south can

between the hours of 10 am. to reported: aggressive policies for the good college student should be allowed -, legally oppose de-segregation"

.1pm. and 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. I| Lawtey $627.21; Mrs. G. W. of the county" if re-elected. to go to a white college, t! (Article X of the Constitution

By sponsoring this project. Beta I j t Roberts chairman. The Negro M. O Harrell commissioner' fj when separate facilities are not I states: The powers not delegated

Sigma Phi hopes to build a con :, community at Lawtey raised representing District 5 (Brooker j available j to the U. S. by the Constitution.

: siderable supply of blood for use t $76.74 of this amount. and New River). In announcinghis "But if we can get the needs I,, nor prohibited by it to the States.

by citizens of Bradford County in ,, Brooker $138.70; Mrs. Auj bid to succeed himself on the of our own schools done right. I j:< are reserved to the States respectively -
any emergency. A small amount NOMINATED: officers for the Bradford Education: Association -, brey Hazen chairman. board Commissioner Harrell said j' see no need for throwing the two I or to the people

I I take time out for a coffee break at the group's hwni-annoal State Farm -- $205; Mrs. Milt races together."
of the blood will be stored at the I he had always been conscientious Questioned as to whether integration

local hospital, as soon as it is opened meeting in the USO last Friday afternoon. From left: Mrs. Hazel i dred Fancher. chairman. ,'i in his decisions and would I OSCAR DELL businessman: would adversely affect

and the remainder will be de- I 'Harrell. Brooker treasurer; Hugh B. lugrani, principal Lawtey Jr. Hi.,! Hampton $202.72; Miss Betty I i continue to beso, if re-elected. I"S i "If we can have the same qualified colored teachers, Morgan said;
posited in the Jacksonville Blood |president; John W. Burr Jr., principal Brooker Junior High vice president Durhng chairman. -- ,I He resides at Brooker, where he I teachers, and the same facil- "I think it would. I believe

Bank where it will be available for 1 I i is in ities, as the whites have then let some of them would lose their
; and Miss Peggy Phillips, Starke, secretary. During the session Pine Level 311. j engaged farming. I II II

use by citizens of this county even j| List Friday the teachers heard BUS principal Chas. S. Partlnj' Reno $270 (approximately) ; j I J. C. Prevail commissioner -I II it "stay the way it is. jobs. I think it would be diffi-
1 don't think the way people colored teachers to work
if they are patients in out-of-state j;i ,report on the rt''entbitt' House Conference on Education, and 'school Supervisor Ozora Shell i representing District 1 (Lawtey I would cult for
feel that
now integration !
hospitals. i I with white students In manv
likewise threw his hat in the
I chairman. I :
School [ !
Superintendent II. P. Morgan reviewed recommendations ,
The blood acquired next Tues- ;' of j ring as a candidate to succeed 11. .\. (Buddy) Bi..hop Noood thing"M ("Is-s now it is difficult for parents
day will be given free of charge the State Department of Education to be made to the 1957 Legisla- Starke i- 301598. I, himself. He Is completing his J ( Major I Bell. retired and teachers to work together

to cancer patients in the county, :;j'ture. !I. A. Payne reported on the teacherCredit Union and the 1 The gross amount raised was j! second term. i Lawtev farmer: and if the racial angle

and loaned for any emergency with ,,|' I group voted to ask the School Board for a holiday on April 2. the II i 4381.65, Mrs. Andrews said. Ex- I Will Enter Race "I'd'ratht'I' not have the chil- were added it might even be

the request that blood for other'j'I Monday following Easter Sunday. C. P. (Cowen incumbent president,!| penses were $253.08, leaving a I i dien go together. I think they worse "
!I I < j net profit of $4,123.57. : I "p. H. (Russell Green Jr ( should just as they are now.
: stay
than cancer patients be replaced. I ]presided over the afternoon session.' 'I I Supervisor Gibson said: "In
to'' I Mi Andrews I I Brooker farmer announced that rt but all students should be treated
All donors are requested not : expressed espeicial this county there seems to be a
eat fatty foods for at least six appreciation for their good |: 'he will be a candidate for commissioner alike They should not give our preference for colored and white
hours before visiting the Bloodmo- I,j;fair Association | 1 1To Board Accepts Bid i j work to Mrs. J. M. Smith, chairman I from District 5. the I .. t I children old torn school books schools to be maintained separately -

bile. For breakfast. toast without :' : For Fencing Job I of the March of Dimes" Ball; 11I post now held by Harrell. Green I I with some of the lessons missing, I Apparently the situation in

butter, but with a little jelly and ,; Meet FridayFor ] I I the Rotary Club for their fund wa.c an unsuccessful candidate for and keep the new books for their each ('ountis unique to itself"And

('offeethout cream is permiss- ;j At School Campus i drive: the Lions for their benefit ] 'this seat four years ago and'! own We should have the same i on the Virginia solution to

able. Soft drinks, fruits and fruit \J Organization ; I party; the Boy Scouts and American I promises to make a vigorous facilities for all the problem Gibson commented
Monday morning Legion Auxiliary for the sale campaign. i A Lawtey Negro mother of
juices are all right, but no alcohol- : I "A considerable portion of the
\ic beverages are allowed. For i The Bradford County Fair As- '' the Bradford County School Board of Blue Crutches: the 4-H Club Maurice Edwards Jr announced school-age children said "Letit monies spent on the various facetsof
those who will donate in the after- !{ :sociation will hold an organizational -,accepted]Bradford a bid for fencing! thi J' girls for the sale of peanuts: the | 1 last week as an opponent for Slav like it is. but give our all public school programs
I High School campus 'I and i I 1 1j Bishop in District 3, SQ contestsare ,hildren equal opportunities Iaripre'iate
Hi-Y Club the Little Women .
noon, a lunch of gelatine, cottage meeting Friday. Feb. 10, in : comes from Federal sources
long: Highway 301, and voted tc i
( assured in at least two of the schools. Now
for their fund-raising efforts: to j new is if
(cheese and leafy green vegetables i the USO building, according to :offer to purchase additional j! I questionable many states
property Mrs. Juanita Dinkins, 'the commissioner races when visitors come to see us from
( have the
is suggested. 'hairmani resources to support a
j I A. L. Crosby Jr., executive secretary for future of the '
Donors are advised that there for the group. Representalives school.expansion of the Mothers March on Polio: ;, County Commissioners are out of town we are proud to private school program ot thescone

are no painful after effects and. in I|' from all agricultural agencies -I elementary Reeves Fences, Inc. was low i and to the many others who con- |i voted on county-at-large. show them our fine new" facilit-es' of the present set-up'

most cases, after eating they are well as tnbuted in any way to making
and organizations, as
bidder with a figure of $885 for
able to return to their various the livestock and poultry produc- I the fencing project. Specification !I! the 1951 dri'e'the most success- 'I ]New Life Meetings Brownie Meeting Baptist Musicians

duties. i|t ers. have been invited to attend I were for a chain-link fence, four j ful ever held in Bradford County! i Start February 19 Next Tuesday : Here For RatingsThe
Donors are required to be in which is scheduled
the meeting feet high across the fron'A: the 'Ii

good general: health. Blood pres- I to begin at 7:30 p.m. Any person.I i school property, fronting (In the| (Open House Set At Methodist ChurchFeb. The Brownies met Tuesday, first in a series of six state

sure and temperature will be interested in the fair is also invited highway, and extending back on'' Feb 7. at Mrs. Mavs' room for church music festivals for Florida
checked before donating. All I 19 through Feb. 26 IS the K. II. (Kussell) Given registration with 17 pres-l
Crosby added. the south side to the sidewalk of At New Hospital girls Baptists brought more than a
donors must be between the of the ,period of the New Life Meetings ent The next be''
t ages L. H. Gibson, chairman |; (elementary school B building. and 1 meeting will thousand singers and musicians to
of 21 and 61 unless having permission I stated that certain to be conducted at the First Methodist Tuesday Feb. 14. from :3 to 4p.m.
i Fair Board ,, (on the north side to the sidewalk For] 26 ; I Civil Air Patrols ,, Starke last weekend. This city
from parent or guardian : definite decisions on various pro-I ieao'inf:; into the wing now housing February I i.i'. Church by Dr. Allen Moore. ; j i Any girl who has not ,was selected because of its central

or in the case of those over 60. a i jects and proposals must be made I the home economics department I I I who will preach next Sunday at I: J' Given Lease ; registered this week and wants ;,:i location for the participatinggroups. :

certificate from the family phy- |( at an early date for the 1956 fair Appriximate distance is The new Bradford County Hospital the 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. serv- i i to te: a Brownie can come to the .

I sician. !j and those to follow 'The Fair I slightly under 900 feet. \ was given its final inspect ion ]( i ices. :, next meeting with her parents. The visitors compe'ell for ratings -

Beta Sigma Phi wishes to thank Board would like to know exactly |I The only entrance gate will be :Monday and was found acceptable j Two services will be held each j On Airpark ;: Mrs Betty Warren and Mis. rather than against each

all persons who have already what the county interests want,jat I the main entrance to the with few minor exceptions which i day through the week, at 7:30 other. Members of life Starke

volunteered to donate blood next I i and on what scale" Gibson stated.I i{I school, building, where the traffic highs' be remedied within the next j a. m and 7:30: p. m. except Saturday Major Bert Christoffers has an- Miriam Danney are leaders The church did not compete.

Tuesday, and will be J fair ten days. There will be special music i; Troop is sponsored by Beta Sigma
extremelygrateful "According to most managers signal is now located. Purpose of ( nounced that the Keystone Heights i j'i The next festival will be held .n
to any others wishing to around the state it usually the fence is to funnel students Mrs. Louise Kite secretary to i I!i by the choirs at each service and | (Civil Air Patrol Squadron has Phi. Tampa. Feb. 10-11

come in on that day. j I takes a year's planning to stagea across 301 at the traffic signa.s. the Board of Trustees, stated that ', a Youth Meeting each night at 7 ,: 1 leased the Keystone Heights Airport :

good fair lasting only a week. 'j I I rather than permitting theia to, an open house and dedication cere-I p. m. At the same time. Mrs I: The lease was secured from New Construction In County
annual Bradford Fair may I 1 will be held Fe! : Moore will have a meeting for land with the of
I Cong. Matthews The cross at any point along the cam- : mony Sunday, >: cooperation Capt.
amount to a lot or a little depending -I' pus. |< at 2:30 p.m., at the new hospital. children, 8 to 12 years. :'|Roy Browning former lessor The ,

Advises Growers i upon the support we get ': Five other bids. ranging fromr! which will cost when fully equip-.1! Rev. Carleton Stevens, associate -: |lease includes the airfield and all ;.

Of Tobacco MeetingThe from individuals and the various !I $1.151 to the low of $885 wer received -''ped. around $425.000 A feature" minister of the church is- buildings adjoining thereto, in addition -. .

I groups within the county." j! : by the board. j J Ji I': of the dedication will be a llag-I(' sues the following invitation: to all funds derived from the

following telegram was reI Major Harry Hatcher. Commander |' It was voted to make an offer of ; raising ceremony for which the I "Come and make your church t sale;: of pulpwood cut from the en- .'. i

eived by The Telegraph yesterday j of the American Legion (i 1.200 for the Strobo property ad- : 'flag and pole will be donated bvj I! home with us, if you hare not fl;,re airport which must be used ;.ji p-<-.;, rf'1 :- It 'f" r .. ... '

from Congressman Billy Matthews Post 56. said that the local organization j I joining the new elementary cafc- 'Legion Post 56. j i I joined already in the fellowship i for improving the airfield Major Cf' -# t

Washington: j j'Please will continue to grant use ,(, torium on the north. The property : The date for accepting pa'ier.ts.( lof' Christian worship and service hristoffers: said that this lease

announce for the bene- of the property" and facilities for : consists of one lot and a portio i i I will be announced later Mrs Kit I \\;thIS or elsewhere. We feel I gives the Keystone Squadron onef

fa of flue-cured tobacco i use by the Fair Association. "\\'E' '(, of another lot and the owner will I said, and will follow the open h-liSP I sure that all our members and o the finest if not the meal installation ;
growers 3
that a : have gone 'over-board' in our ef- be given permission to move the 'I date as closely as possible. constituents will join together of its type in the 'iaion. -
hearing bill
to cut tobacco
on another a 1! furts to help the annual Fair as ,,, house from the site if the offer is'i Attending the inspection :.101.1 making this a great period of upt i i, .
acreage eight per
our Community-Service., | building of God's work among us. j Three" new members the
nan of joined
i ent this year will be held in Ashe- { a accepted. 'c day were the architect Si"ford :i I
stated. "Vethe I | and presence are
Hatcher prayers at the last
Mile. :\. C. on Friday, Feb. 10. program. It is planned to use the propertyfor Post now need the help of I needed now and always. i,hey are Ralph Knight an Air
All ot our tobacco farmers will be'welcome ( parking at present. and for I jEbauph & Goethe of Gamesvi'le; i i iI
really stage a good fair. I Il 'I 1 IJ Force reserve officer, former
I manto {: the'I I the pilot --
at this hearing. Since it possible future expansion of contractor, Walter Mulbn Jr. '
Arch Thomas Jr State Legion ''cf New Dog Catcher : :in the China theatre and now
!" a great distance away I will l elementary cafetorium.The i New Smyrna Beach: members :, .
Commander" saul"The local i s science and aviation mstrui-tor -----'
H-present them at the hearings '', board also decided to receive of the board of trustees, and the I City mj
post has already caved the way Employed j Bradford High School: Mrs. Marian CARPENTERS ,V I. Mann (left; and Roy Green are shown above
anti will express my views as being -:I I I bids on the sale of three old hospital administrator. R. E Ed-
for 1 good annual fair. The location -| ': :' Howe, secretary and head of studying viinclow details of the
; new restaurant
opposed to any: further cut of 'busses (Nos. 1,4 and 12)) that are n.onoson Once again; Starke has the building now under
flue-cured tobacco allotments. I ,: and the" facilities are ideal not being used at the present time. I Physicians on the attending staff services of a dog catcher Appointment -I i' the Starke Chamber of Commerce construction at Krooker for 6. F. (Earl) Green Progress has been
entire 'ountThe mainircblern a and the Starke Ground Observers
will appreciate hearing directly. I for the ( \ Two of these are 1942 models and1'[ : 'at the hospital are announce az I of Ivey V. Anderson to slowed down tit-cause of recent rains, but they rvpert the building tot
: at present i is to complete 'Corps: ; Charles Walsworth mem-
"tobacco farmers"WageHour 'I one 1937. i follows: Dr. H. H. Adams. Dr. fill the job. which has been va- ,; oniplrtfcl about Feb. I.:>.
the projects planned which witt iber of the Air National Guard.
Pete Felos Dr. A. J. Barry. Dr. T. cant for several weeks, was approved -
permit wider use of the agricultural f former Air Force Officer in the
Law Bank G Ritch. Dr. A. Y. Covmgton and: bv. the Council Tuesday .. .
interests within the count Keystone I China theatre of operations ,,ndt .

To Be DiscussedAt There, is no valid reason: with a Plans Hr. D. M. Christoffers | night.DoJ. that a present an advertising mot lOIn .
Open HouseThe : owners are warned \
: .i. :
little cooperation, that Bradford Named on the honorary staff'were ; and picture salesman living; in S'!.irk.. :
Lions Club Dr. W K :\liddJe tJIl. and Dr. their pets will be picked up The .
Keystone < .
County cannot have a fair that Keystone Pttte: Bank will 1 M B. Herlong. impounded if allowed to run. Squadror. r: .
will at least equal or hold open house in its new building I!n size and activity now hi- 'i '
l \\ Foul with the Wagen surpass any loose on the streets -i
i, ,,' ., .. on Lawrence Boulevard in t frS from Keystone H.- (
It. bv our neighboringcoUnties
cu the of1alMi presented ..
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Keystone Heights; Sunday afternoon Motor Court Assn. tarke. Palatka. JarR" .r. .. .: -
I in J.uKsonville) will be ," Thomas oncluded Mechanical Drawing Gainesville: .
Feb 12 from 2 1., t T '
speaker at the Stark I.tonsI' Meet Next WeekThe
The public is invited Major Christoffers Ai.-m -
"I iu-\t: Uednesday night. He OpenThe
Tag Office \Vill Be personally thank Capt H- '
'.* .i disc u.vs and! answer questions regular monthly luncheon : 'C

,', 'he n.nv wage and hour law Open Late Feb. 18 World Day Of Prayer meeting of the Bradford Motor for adults.Mechanical which convenes Drawing everyi Class for his tireless effort.- .n i : _

,\ II h raises the minimum the squadron to get the i. i>.. f, .
wage Court Association will be held i I Monday night in the southeast
.' -nine businesses and industries, Tax Collector J R Kellv,' an- The World Day of Pi aver will the airfield 81dthout h.. ,,
Tuesday, Feb. 14. at noon in the wing old band room) of the USO. -
M an hour that his office will remain -
starting in March nounces be observed here On Friday Feb.
istance: such
1 pteMdent Garden Restaurant.Legion from 7:30 to 10 pm. is open at an arrang1'"ould :
.ons V..
that the T. Jackson' open Saturday afternoon. 17. at 10 a m in the Episcopal 1 any time to all who wish t() v\ not have been POS-.IM.
s mi usual
supper will 1 Feb IS. for the convenience of Church. Mrs Olson. vice 1j .
Titus register ,
r : b,' held by the Lions next To Meet The next meeting will! r>. h, ,
late purchasers of 1956 automobile president the local United j This course is useful to carpen-
\\ !nesdnbut. the meeting will ( of Friday: night FEb. 10. atI ". .t]<,... Aat
h to the tags Church Women" announced Ameni: : ters. surveyors those wishing to .
pen vesMember an
: public and an'onf'A Legion Post 56 w:1}L Lr'oet the .' Kl MlhLTEK
Keystone Airport H t rt-ccnth t First '
'.nrn: blueprint reading etc M i'- < ompleted >> Bjptiit ( him'h 41 Ha/np
<" o-.i!.il! t u united: 1 t > heir urh The deadline f >r obunmgw: kri1 ? of .Il! rhr.-"ho--1 i TuesdaF 14 .1: 7 10' ,,, nuarte'Visitors ,. ton .,
7 P Y\fl'1: ? 5'kko =',;r" v i ic and f' -P- pn-tur.-d Jlt'r. "itlaIr: M ;.4) < "u"i'K t ij- i- Feb 20 !, ., m\ .:.-d 1' p.irt h IPi ;' ::.u.: tne Le2i.If. -..J.i: ''-.. .... .
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'...9999..99.99999..Y; daughter-m-law the Harold Normans PAGE TWO
-'Ian n. FF.BIUK\' 10. 1958
editorialDeserters and also their daughter

Farmer's DiaryBy NORTH SIDE Mrs. Nook Norman of JacksonVille has been filed against you la !IIaabo"e otherwise the allegations if sa !
named Coon and canes and .
last weekend.Mrs. Complaint will be taken a* c >-;
you are required to serve a of
copy fesd by you.
I Sam McGarvey Carne Smith of Dade City your an.",,!" or pleading to tile .
.Mr Oscar Carter Thrts notue shad i> pMMI-: t
Termites? IJy > 1-umpIaln! on the PUlrtiffnM .
or i., visiting her nephew and nieceMr. : 'r eat. wk fr f > If r '-..MCU'Mwect. ,
While on a trip on the back .-: I l'p\ ,! ,.: ..
a.AAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAALLIL. and Mrs. :Morris Carter tm .;.. ". .' .-n.\ '. .0| u tie He df.d l.""' ;\ 'i '.
mal west of us saw a pretty FI..d&, C .ll"ht
The Clay County Democratic Executive C'om- a while.
patch of berries belonging to Hen- D C.irUi and! Mi and Mts.hoot .. l.i- the ,,'
"t nl ,
'n the 'r! Hi > I I [U'!, U. ', _
sometimes referred to the Freeman Norman attended :lu If. \ ; 1'
mittee. laughingly as \Vilkerson.. They are far aheadof y Carter of Ma.illtvisited the Ck;.. : "r the '.I. u.t t'lurt l'av ('.r' a f ",.. '
Republican Club is getting off to State Fair in Tampa last Satui t'-r, the 'i. 1Ia I "I '
('lay (County ours and we'd say that many the Oscar Carters, ;Morris Carters _C' I' : : ,

an early start, laying the groundwork for its of the plants are about as b.g: and Mrs Came Smith last day. .

ru'tomaryuPllOrt! of the Republican presidential as those in Pete Gnffis' field. Sato:day afternoon. Lake!hand Mrs visited Sid Strickland Mrs. ut l'I' ; :" !'::: ______ : ':.,.; :: .L,...:=-. 'Z'.
nominee. The Wilkerson's should pick berries D. D. Conner of Callahan spent City CarrieSmith
the Carters' las
soon if the weather holds. last Thursday with his family at Morris '
The signs are unmistakable! Four years agothe S here. Sunday.Mrs. PIECE

t Committee, under the guidance of its chairman Eva Clark of Lake City '
Well JUSt when Wt ali aboutgave Ed is cutting a little cabbagenow Mrs J. S. Norman spent last
S Pryan Jennings.vho is believed to ha\e was the weekend guest of her
up hopes along came some from our one-anI' patch. The week in Jacksonville with her LIVING
voted for every Republican! nominee from Hooverthroueh nice warm weathei. and now it cold weather apparently cut down daughters. Mrs. Lois Caiter and aunt Miss Dora Clark.
}Ir. and Mrs. Carl Williams and
Eisenhower, began its jrnawing-from- feels like spring is, m the air and the size, for we are getting small Mrs. John Aguiar.
Mrs Simmons of Jacksonville ROOM
within by passing a resolution denouncing the thing till reall>' take to grow- heads to begin with. We bought The Jimmy Johnson family attended church here Sunday: :

Democratic Party's platform and its nominee as ing. The "peepers'are singing the plants for Copenhagen but spent last weekend in Madison '

{' mmuni t:;. Socialists! and practically every every night now and if a farmer mixed in the field are that and with :Mr Johnson's parents.Mr. night Little; Danny Bennett of the GROUP

book wound in felt like "daring the frost" he Golden Acre and even some cabbage and Mrs. Rosier of I
other 'ist" in the They up ablaze Guy State Farm spent last weekend

of "glory," using funds paid into their might make an early crop. And collards.S .* Macclenny were guests of11'. with his uncle and aunt the G
I-Sofa Bed
then again he hight lose his and Mrs Charlie Gaskins last
L. For
Iofferas fees by Democratic Party nomineesto Sapps.Mr. Only
shirttail too! The other day we saw one of
insert paid advertising in newspapers) urging the biggest flocks of birds we've Saturday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter VISit- 1 Matching Chair J
and Mrs. Laury Carter o{ ed Mrs John Aquair. Mrs LouCarter
Democrats to "Vote for Eisenhower. That latest rain we had plus ever seen around here over at A
Jacksonville visited the Ossie the Floyd Denraarks. and Platform Rocker
the little showers did world of L. L. Renfroe's farm. Alice inden- 9S
This a prelude to future sabotaging a
year, as Normans and the Oscar Carter the Leon Starlings in Jacksonville
tactics the Committee met and passed a resolu- good around here in Law ley section tified. them as red-wing blackbirds last Thuisday. last Sunday. :2-End Tables a I

Chairman and other spokesmenfor but we notice that it is stillmighty' Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of Gainesville -
tion accusing the S a eAt Rev. Bullard of Jacksonville) 1
elsewhere the Table
dry in coun-
the Florida Democratic Executive Committeeof ty. Trouble is that if they get as the meeting of the Liar'sClub is visiting her son and preached for us Sunday night. *

being "completely) out of step with the desires, much as they need in Hamptonor -- excuse please, we meant daughter-in-aw Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark of Jacksonville :-Table Lamps 1

beliefs and wishes of the rank and file of the Brooker, then around here we'd the Soil Conservation Supervisors, Harold Alvarez, this week. visited his uncle and aunt, the I
Mrs Lula Norman is spending
Democratic> voters of Florida." Who says so? be finding fish in our backyard Foster Shi Smith got to bragging Norman Oscar Carters last Thursday. I
while with her Leon -
a son. Last week's item was an eriorRev.
:\ S. Bryan Jennings? \Ve submit that no man again. again about tells thata antI daughter Mrs. Sinclair Milton Dukes of Charleston. LiL-
who is commonly believed (whether he did on not) TREE. five Mosley in Miami. S. C.. but no Mrs. Dukes.
limb of this tree is over ,.
to have voted for Hoover, Landon Wilkie, Dewey Latest arrival on our place is All Mrs. Susie Edwards of Gainesville 'S- .lc
we can
feet circumference.
to for another little calf, born to Blos- in spent last weekend here with KIXGSLEF LAKE
and Eisenhower i is hardly qualified speak is that when Foster tells a
som. Alice found it down in the say
the rank and file of the Democratic Party. woods shortly after it was born. whopper it really is a good one her !'ister.rs.. Maude Wainwright MISSIONARY BAPTIST
School 9:4o Morn-
Sunday : : a.m.
S s
What steamed the Clay County Committee up and it's such a little thing we've Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns attended ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening

this time was a resolution passed by the State named him Tiny Tim.. As we've What with the rain and warmweather to business in Macclennylast Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetinr t

Committee at its recent meeting in St. Petersburg never broken a heifer to milking our rye field is startingto Saturday. each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone
it is about time.
censuring National Committeeman Richard before we're expecting to have grow, and withat Mrs J. S. Norman is spendingsome welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott.
Now that we have six ,
!some fun with Blossom. Chances time in Valrico with her
Parker of Jacksonville for his alleged support of pastor.
least one more expected any
that we'll few teeth
are get a sistt"r.Irs.. Eddie Hilliard.
nominee in the Presidential elec-
the Republican need that grazing.
day we sure MITICE TOPPE..uC
when the first
kicked out we try
and mother
Mis. I B. Thompson -
tion four A spokesman at the meet- S ,* a !. fin-nit Court Bradford Co..tr,
years ago. time. Mrs. P. B. Johns, were busi- Florid la (...,.....,.
ing also termed Jennings and Edgar S. Way- aWe Our potatoes have sprouted and ness visitors to Lake Butler last (alii- liurcess. 1'lalntiffs Willie
bright chairman of the Duval County Democratic. finally got out to see the we guess they have out at Brooker Friday. 1:1Irg.t"'fendan!Case S\ to-I:6ollc'p Similar To
too and that they'll be glad to :\ T. Appearillie
Committee "deserters from the party. famous Sink Hole near Tyler Mr. and Mrs Leon Norman and
\\ Above
T" Cure whose ;
for they r.- Group
We like to think of ourself as a member of the Jones' place near Brooker. It is see the "spuds" come up Shirley and David Norman of ien! and add res- it Cnknown J
their low land. If it You hereby notified that .- .
planted on are a --> ,
and stirs -
Democratic Party's rank and file, and the St. an interesting sight think it thata turned to raining hard before the Miami visited their son and suit for divorce -. -r-. ----- --- ------- --_.---.-- --,---to'J. -
Petersburg resolution certainly sounded like have been
seed sprouted, it would
of land like that
huge piece
music to our ears. Our only dissent is a matter of bad.
was suddenly swallowed up by
terminology. We wouldn't call Jennings and Mother Earth. On the road out a Announcing Plymouth's $150,000

Waybright "deserters" So far (worse luck) we saw our first fox squirrel Ed and Frank ate busy this

they haven't seen fit to withdraw from the Partyto around here week getting more land ready,

We think aBack and lettuce -
which they profess allegiance. fertilizing transplanting

"termites" would be a more apt description since at hoeing our berries collards and kale. Gene and

within.they choose to stay in the Party and bore from again disheartening and now the because work is they notso Robert are busy too cutting bean Lucky Motor Number Sweepstakes

have at last started to grow. poles.
Found our first ripe berry, and S a w

believe this is the latest season Hear a lot about the presidential -

Ike Steals Harry's Stuff we've had In; seven years. But politics this year, but we

the plants have a good color and have the solution to both: that

Those who spend half their time reviling HarryS. new leaf buds are bursting and the farm problem. Let's let

Truman and the other half lauding Dwight D through all over the field. Cutworms "Ike" go back to his farm and

Eisenhower might do well to take another look: are hewing the plants bait, so let Ezra Taft Benson be his hired

at the long list of proposals sent by the President t containing Alice put toxaphene.RAYLESS out some. poison man. \ wS

to Congress last month. A keen Washington

analyst has examined and re-examined them and 9 999999.' The WMU of Bayess! Hiway
Church met at the horn' of Mrs.
finds that they total up an Eisenhower-proposed INPRIZES
HIWAY\ A C. Ellis Thursday nign: of last
]legislative program for election year 1956 that Wl't'k.h's.. Emma La.norcau.Y: ,

gets into almost every area of the Truman-pro president of the New River Association -
legislative of 1948. By Anna Ruth CrosbytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA iG Y
posed program WMU, and Mrs. Thomasof : y Here are the items of similarity pointed out: Gadara Church v.trspecial

1. In 1948 President Truman proposed new guests. r .
Visitors at the C. C. Crosby
laws to halt rising prices. In January President home this week were Mills Kelly Prn Newman attended the

Eisenhower raised the subject of standby con- of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs State Fair in Tampa. last week- r r,' K

trols over installment credit for the purpose of Otis Crawford and family, and end j:

keeping prices from rising. Miss Linda Standey of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby
Miss I ansy Crosby, a.vl Misses!
federal ville.
2. In 1948 Mr. Truman proposed a
I'eloris and Dorothy Ann Newman's
health In January Mr. Eisenhower Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tatl!?r an J
visited Mr. and Mrs. M*xor Elix-
proposed expanded action in the field of federal family of Olustee attended church stn IB Lake Butler recently.rtevival .
services here last Sunday.Mr. .
health. services; will be held at
3. In 1948 :Mr. Truman proposed new federalaid and :Mrs. C. C. Crosby 783
Mr. Eisenhower Uuie Crosby, and Floyd Crosby Ill/less Highway BaptU! : Church I AND OTHER
to education. In January
were business visitors to Gainesville star.ng Sunday, Feb. 12. and
proposed extended federal aid for school con- 1ST PRIZE 2ND PRIZEALLEXPENSE
last week. cjnt.nuing; through Feb. 1D.: The ;

struction. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ciews and paster. Rev. Malcolm Ga'.braitn. BIG CASH PRIZES
Mr. Truman proposed civil-
4. In 1948 new Nancy of the State Farru. Mrs. will conduct the

rights legislation. In January Mr. Eisenhower Floyd Crosby, and Marty Crosby hill he held each night ser.'ice3hirh starting; at 3rd prize $5,000

proposed an investigation into alleged denials of attended the Grand Ole Dpry show 7-0 o'clock. Before coming to WORLD TRIP j 4th ;: Sr:
$50 000 p -
civil rights. in Jacksonville recently.
l-istor the church here Rev. Galbraith I I
5. In 1948 Mr. Truman proposed an increasein Harold Crews entertained his held pastorates in Southern 5th prize$1,000 .

the minimum wage. Mr. Eisenhower proposedan Sunday School Class wit; :a weiner Baptist Churcnes in Alabama and FOR 2 BY AIR I 50 prizes of $500

increase last year and Congress passed it. roast last Saturday m.;ht -it th" Flot.da: 75 prizes of $250 ,

6. In 1948 Mr. Truman favored extension of home of Mr. and Mrs i i!. 13. Kelly A co,dial invitation is extendedto CASH I 100 of $100

federal grain-storage facilities the thing the About mediates 25 enjoyed Juniors this and eent Inte '- ;'I'. public to attend those meets plus $5,000 cash i 555 prizes of $50

farmers thought they needed most at that time. 785 prizes in all-

In January Mr. Eisenhower proposed a list of total of $150,000

various benefits for farmers. Shore

Joseph Harsch points out that there is only one c __ __ _
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item on the 1918 Truman list that does not ap-

pear on the current Eisenhower list. That is

housing. In 1948 Mr. Truman wanted federal outside storyin

In housing January aid Mr.to overcome Eisenhower what proposed he called a slowdownin a crisis. pima !! ; ;\ World's easiest contest-just go to any Plymouth dealer I

the housing program as a protection against I

inflation. In the meantime, of course there had and register the motor number of 1950 or newer model car
ceased to be what could be called a housing crisis. 398- e your

This wholesale adoption of the 1948 Truman ..:A

contents program by like Eisenhower Barker, Jennings in 1936: must and Waybrightsee leave mal- (any make). That's all Nothing to buy or guess or solve.

( editorial above) in an awfully awkward Posi- r

tion. When Truman advanced this program, they

loudly denounced it as socialism. Now that Eisen- It's o ir chance to celebrate our That's all there is to it! There's no Driving. And we hope you'll! ask about

hower, who they supported in 1952 and will .fArff' record-breaking sales-and to make even obligation-nothing \' to buy or PI}moulh's red-hot deal I

probably support again (if he runs) has adoptedthe more friends It's jour chance to win up solve! or rhyme. (Sure, we hope }"uu'll Don't miss this chance at >50,000< or

entire program they will have a hard time to $50,000 in cash-a thrilling aroundlook over the new jet-age Plymouth. that exciting world trip for two. Uurry

finding an excuse to bolt the Democratic Party the-world trip for two, plus $5,000or biggest car of the low-price three. in to your dealer's now. You may have

at least on grounds of policy. / )\ any one of 783 other big cash prizes. only l low-pr'ue car with Push-Button a luck motor number:
Perhaps the only solution is for Barker Jennings -
And it's so to win: You merely
and Waybright to start their own party. 1A easy
Since the GOP has expropriated the full Truman s bring proof of ownership-for your 1950or Its

of 4 Vt newer model car to any Plymouth
program 1948, these gentlemen quite obviously
have no place to go. dealer, and copy your motor number

onto the FREE entry blank. :See rule


l't' auver. has announced that Frank Reeves. ,I Sweepstakes opens January 17- p;

Washington Negro will serve as a special /
as- hurry in and enter now .'L td ,
Distant to his general campaign chairman. Reevesis

i a naturalized American and was formerly assistant \/ .

j to Walter White, director of the Washington b i
branch of the NAACP. This leads one Washington -

i correspondent to wonder if the Senator r -. \
t I
will send Reeves to work for him in the forth- -

l'llming Florida primary. :

.. -: ----;-;:;: 'J ....... r.:..' ;..........,.',; k.-::-;-: ...:woIi:1 The Ions loan erbloubc >ou love done with new "... .

douWe-buttoiicd side slits at lowered waist and convertible PDC i!
spear-point collar. Pima broadcloth so soft, so silky, so
EST. 1879
sudsabU- in \\kite, pastels, lush new shades. Sizes 2S to 33. OFFICIAL I SWIIP5TAKIS I U LIS Diank Then sign your name, adJra and telephone. lain aoy correoopoodeGOe was, any coot-Unt. except
FLORIDA'S OLOtST WEEKLY NEWS- number and have entry signed or otherwise .01.- .wnen.
Other ru'Uy S/ii'n/ n Shores, patterns and plaid..2.9S 1.Contest open to any person in I" S. or temtonea who dated by a Plymouth dealer or aIesm.io.' Place entry 'i ('oosrat opens 81 !hooglDDlnjf of desk,'. buem
e PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY own a 1950 or newer model car.giauored in his or her in the contest entry box. January 17. i9f6 hntrsa mugs be pLoood a del'
name prior to Jan. 1" 1956.except employe and their befure clove of dank.,'. bus ram day. Mard11 so entry tot
immediate families of Plymouth Motor Corp .Plymouth 3 Winners will be selected by The Reuben H Donnelleyn will be _?, /uj i. 1:l'>6. I
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD 11lv-.oDofChrya...Corp.itaadvert..ogagenc-.The Corp. by blindfold dra m?. Ut prize wrnner .01 and ..ur-'of..y mail! bX May 10.aJecttd 19ie,
C' "THE STOKE Ileuhen H. Donnelley Corp, and Plymouth dealers fir.t-2nd pore a nror. II8OOnd. eU., in Burrlianas d..al ers Pnzee ,..,Med *_.ill,'* helot at ,I
R flBBIRI I ceibive draw-jigs. Dec-uona! of fudge final lerot. MlCb.
;$ PuBliSHED EACH FRIDAY AND EMEOrD AS SECOND CLASS OF VALUES" 2 Nothing to buy or aulve. Take your utle. owner's St-cood prize 1010'- must turn;Aete shun.l.tP wand
MATTER A" THE POST OFFICE Al STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER 0 card or reKwtrauon certificate-any prouf of ownership 4. Ml entnea. become the >mouth Div.-i tr P within two a.zke. by IF t"hty .11, I If'", 'I.t.1 .. cool
-tE At JF MARCH 3 1379 -Ui any Plymouth desk. Kegmter your cars motor H" JO of I Of 3eral number :oiaip and model iear OD the ",.r, 1'.):x.,'.: ic .to ,se'" -.nl: Jg' Co' lei! ...r! out .rt.r 5' o''O !ltJt.J" t w I'' .State& [... aJ r '.w""",
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}'RInFFBRl'RV 18, 1956 _
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Come values A&P's
Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 ,I get galore during. _great

Miss Jo Ann KiiLiught Judges for the occasion will be Alti Ik yyxt3 I

I, Honored With surprise :Shower ;, Miss Gertrude Houser, local II

Miss Jo Ann Ridaught, daughter school principal, Mr. and Mrs. G. ;w* -sr II I
of Mr. and Mr, Harold Rid- E. Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs. l

aught, was guest of honor at a filbert Altman. Anyone interestedin
surprise shower given for her at seeing the prizes to be awarded ILY
do by looking in the ;
her home on Peach Street Tues- may So
day evening Jan. 31, when she window of the Keystone Depart- II I I Y I
arrived! home from work, around I ment store. I i

S p.m. I This affair will be an annual i Wdrwth, t I
The party was planned by Mrs. event from now on. r y p l'uCel'riiy
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garner and
Gene Dykes and her daughter
Miss Murl Dykes, of Lake Geneva.All I son of Starke spent the weekendat THIN Ift11.nlJ."I:1'L
the home of Mrs. Garner's
around' par-
the autos were parked
'I' ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. YIlUlOlR
the corner from the Ridaught| <<:
1le '
Lakeview Drive. /
home, so that the guest of honor'' on MINTS i
would be thoroughly surprised.Miss Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Sink, :

: Ridaught, who plans to i, and daughters, Cindy and Sally, }-\b\ boxt"
spent Sunday aftemoon with Mr.
marry in June following
and Mrs. Schaeffer and Set
George S Io
graduation from Melrose High i
family. The Sinks live in Sara A&P our FiiuM t Quality
School was presented with many A'Pl'< 39c
toga Heights Starke.
beautiful and practical gifts. Refreshments -i Mr. and Mrs. George Clemens ktQ 1 Lc-------. APPLE SAUCE21-lbcan23c !
were served by Mrs. ;, ,
and sons, Johnny and .
Dykes and Miss Dykes and the! George .
mother of the bride-to-be. spent last weekend in Tampa (rhef-Box-Ar-Doe) SPAGHETTI; & I
visiting Mrs. Clemens' sister and TUNA Flavorful Cut
Guests at the party were Mrs. /
nI MEAT BALLS2150can37cI
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs H. .y ewsc,
Malcolmn Cole Davis, Miss Dot II
W. Anderson. While in Tampa, t
Ownbey, Miss Becky Brice, and'
the Clemens and the Andersons
:Miss Catherine Parker, all of I A&P Fancv Hawaiian Sliced
attended the State Fair.
Keystone Heights: Mrs. Earl j BEETS1lh E E S
:Mr.: and Mrs. Elmer Livingston PINEAPPLE 29-oz can 29C
Hayner, Lake Geneva, mother of | and three children have moved to 7
the prospective bridegroom; and ) it
Jacksonville Beach. Elmer is employed -i '
Misses Gloria Vickers, Peggy j by the Connecticut Mutual Fancy Yellow Cling Halves Sliced

Gaboardi Kate Webb, Beverly I Insurance Co. there, and Keystone ,, Cans
Ross, Helen Br6wn, and Mary I is a little far to commute. I..o'alrtitt! Taints Mural ms. CIIARLKS II NEWMAN receive thanks from Navy officer 2 13C A&P PEACHES 29-oz con 29c
Lou Owens, all of Melrose. For Aircraft CarrierIn
They have bought a new home at of- ,
Woman's Club To Meet I Jacksonville Beach, but are tem- our town we have a great i LIBBYS

The Keystone Heights Woman's porarily living in an apartmentuntil number of people of vision, whose j which depicts wild ducks in their native habitat. A plaque bearing I I
Club will hold its regular monthly their house is ready for oc dreams have been realized. Manyof I the artist's name is on the mural. I CHILI & BEANS 24-0 can 33c
business meeting on Tuesday afternoon .
Feb. 14, starting at 1 p. cupancy.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Stein of ,i these people! are retired, after I Since we have such a lot of Grain
m. All members are asked to 1-e living full and useful professionallives. ture.While SUXXYFIELD Long FANNINGS Bread & Butter
Chicago are visiting their daughter living in Boca Raton.! subject material in Kestone, this
present.The and son-in-law, and grand- But some are not yet of Fla., she became interested in the I I'I '15-0
will be the first of "Our Interest PICKLES % jar J9c
next program meeting will i daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph retirement age-and, as in the Seminoles, who lived on a nearby! I
be Feb. 28. Please plan to attend Schuch, and daughters. Pam and case of Mrs. Charles H. Newman, 'I reservation. She spent many ing Neigbors" series. I RICE I E
both meetings. Jan, of Keystone Heights. The are quite younger. hours doing portraits of them I LIBBYS VIENNIA
Bank I'lans Open House I Steins like Keystone so well they Mrs. Newman, better known to I the best known of which is the I II
"The Officers and Directors of will be staying fr a while. Keystoners at Dot Christoffers, I "Seminole Madonna." Visitors in''I II SAUSAGE 21-oz cans 33c

the Keystone State Bank cordially Mrs. John Karges has been ill has won many awards with her the homes of Dot's parents, and COLONIALFLORIST

invite you to an Open House at for several weeks, but we hear talent as an artist, dating from I her brother, Don will see some ;i HILL-0-HOME BRAND
their new Bank Building on that she is getting better. A few her early years in the New York fine portraits which she has done j i 3LbBag 39C
Lawrence Boulevard Keystone more of these warm, sunny days Public Schools. She is the daughter of her sister and nieces. The Sip-1 I TURNIP GREENS 10-0> % 10c
Heights, Florida. From 2 p. m. to I will probably do her a world of of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chris-I relic's treasure one of their i!

5 p. m., Sunday, February 12, : toffers, and those nice water- daughter. Mary Jo, which Dot i
1956." This invitation has been i good.Mr.. and Mrs. Dick LaMee of colors in Dr. Don's office were did some years ago. I I HILL,0-HOME BRAND.
received by all those who have Jacksonville spent the week- done by Sister Dot. Her latest ">
past achievement is a ten I B'EYE PEA 2 -<>' 29c
any business with Keystone Bank, end with Mr. and Mrs. Larry La- During the war, a communityin I
foot by four foot mural of wild
and it promises to b> interesting Mee and children of Brooklyn Nassau County, Long Island, (j)1FLOWERS) A&P Fancy Prune
The building is very modern! Lake. conducted a Bond Drive and ducks in their natural habitat. BIRD EYE BRAND
and beautiful, with a drive-in tell Friends and relatives of Doro- raised sufficient funds for 39 This has been installed in the

er's window, which, they say, is ,I they Ownbey are looking forward fighter planes, plus ammunitionfor newly-furnished Officer's Ward I PLUMS29oz L S BABY LIMAS ">-<* 23c

bullet-proof. Keystoners may well to her wedding tomorrow (Sat.) I same, and these were sent to Room on the USS Carrier Antietam. -
be proud of this fine addition to in the Baptist Church, at 5:30p. General MacArthur as Christmas For All Occasions I
Of all her awards, and accomplishments BIRD EYE BRAND FORDIIOOKBEANS .
the business section of town. m. It should be a very pretty' present. The Yuletide card which
Dee Dee Hardenbergh Patty event, with a pretty bride. accompanied the gift was designed !; this latest pro- DISH GARDENS II LIMA ">-* 23c
Schaeffer, Ro- and ject has given the artist the most
Dona Mary Ann Mrs. George Schaeffer and painted by little Dot POTTED PLANTS Can C
mesa Dodd, Paulette Tyre, and I daughter, Mary Ann and Mrs. Christoffers.After I I satisfaction. She has received I 13
:Merrill Betts, members of the Frank Jones and children. Tommy moving to Florida. Dot the thanks and appreciation of : POTTERY j j "Super-Right" Western Hard Corn Fed
local Girl Scout troop, enjoyed an 'I and Maxine, were in Starke last attended P.K.Yonge High School, I the officers and the crews alike,
outing in Gainesville last Saturday -I'Tuesday evening, attending Mrs. where she studied art under Mrs.I who request that the subject be! Flowers WiredAnywhere PORK LOINS
with their Leader, Mrs. Fre-: Jennings' art class in the Boy I Jean Mitchell. Ater graduation, "anything but Navy." It very: i ii
mont Tolles. After lunching at Scout building.We she attended Ringling School of likely reminds many of them of i _
:Mac's Drive-In, the girls went to I were admiring Mr and Mrs. I Art, and then the Banff Schoolof scenes at home. The artist's husband -i I 4 to 12 Lb Avg. Center Cuts

the Florida State Museum in the I Welker Bvron's new house on Fine Arts, University of Al- I[I Lt. Charles H Newman i iiI Nona St. Starke I WHITE HOUSE Evap. HALF OR WHOLE SLICED

Seagle building. Here they were Sunday. They should be moving j I Canada, where she specialrized i I attached to the USS AntietamI ,', .
Ehothe various exhibits, and I in soon. in water color and portrai- I I Newman have one daughter. : ,". '-< !

given then proceeded helpful literature.to Wilson's They Department -I <.<"i<"::'\-'--. '"', "X',', "' ,,'" ,. ,'' i v"t-"'; <"" ,,N., ''t':. ,' MILKTall Lb 39C Lb 49C

Store, to the Girl Scout i 4 ,, < '.' ,:' <" .' p : 6rs I
section, where they were able tc i _
purchase items necessary: to com- 1!! :'t':;= I SLICED; BREAKFAST BACON SALE
plete their uniforms. They were ..'_.... 'r-1 ..: Allgood Sugar Cured Sliced BREAKFAST
met at Wilson's by Mrs. X. W / Cans
Hardenbergh, who drove them 3ar 3 36C BACON 3Ibs $x.00

home. They are all looking for-

ward to their next outing. "Super-Right" Top Prem. Quality THIN SLICED
Some people we know have hada I
bit of trouble getting to Masson BACON ib 39c

Sunday at the correct time. To II I

.larify this, the following sched-first, r II I II ANN PAGE TOMATOKETCHUP "Super-Right" Prem. Quality THICK SLICED
ule is given: :Mass on the ::5 tv t-
third, and fifth 4if any) Sundayswill I BACON Ubpkg 69'"SuperRight"
1e at 11 o'clock, and Mass on I
the second and fourth Sundays, at E
8 o'clock. Since January had five I j

Sundays two Sundays Mass in was a row at ,11 and o'clock this I GROUND BEEF 3" $! .O0< >

-onfused some folks, causing a
number to show up at 8 o'clockon 14-0 Bot Fancy RED PERCH
5. We I 2
Sunday morning Feb. 35CFILLETS
hope this will be a help. : Ub box 29c
entertained two
Mike Siprelle
of his buddies at a birthday din-
ner on Friday evening, Feb. 3, at < I Mb Cello Bags
his home. Following their shrimp
dinner, the boys went to Lee's I CARROTS2tor
Drive-In to see the current I

:-rn Those who celebrated with v m
Mike were David Schaeffer and < 19'
Keith Collins. Jimmy Fox and J : y
unable {
Pete Manown were Crispy Large StalkCELERY
attend the party. /MpT!
The Catholic Club did not meet I
second I
hu. week, on the regular
We.tn'sdaIt will meet, instead ,I I II II II Ii //2-oz Jar 2 for 19c
on Wednesday evening. Feb ]5, I 2 39C

8 m. Results of the Valen- I j -
at p will be discussed at The car says CO and the price uvn't stop;you!
:tnt's Dance i
that time.Once tothe i I II Ii Crisp HeadLETTUCE
more you are
Catholic Club's Valentine I 2
Dance tomorrow (Sat.) evening, i break the small liabit!
at the Skytel Keystone Air Park.to i Easy way to car IOXA BRAIfRising Sweet JuicyORANGES
Members of the Club have gone
great pains to make it a success, Sib> bag
I / 29c
and advise everyone who ,
spend a gala pre-Lenten Saturday F FLOUR I

tel and evening join the to come fun. There to the will Sky be It's the hardtop buy of the year in the industry-the mighty Strato-Streak V-8? ) GRAPEFRUIT 6lbbag 29c

valuable prizes and special feat Where else at a price so low can you get the \
with the most and size
tures. power per luxury of Pontiac's optional Strato-Flight Hydra- Lb Western \\'L ESAP
This Keystone Saturday for will children be a big and dayin dollar of any car in this style Ma America's: newest, smoothest automatic 2S Bag APPLESJane Ib 12c

grown-ups alike. Although the transmission? Mfar......f.'_s:JUMMfetfKiV'+t'ir 1 v

Mardi Gras is primarily for the If you're accustomed to buying in the lowWlzoe else at a price so low can you find a big
interested 1
will be
Children in seeing, all adults the fun. There will priced-three range, chances are you're paying for 122-inch wheelbase, such luxurious interiors and

be a parade, an election of king Pontiac's size, performance and distinctiooall other fine-car features that put you so __ tti

and queen, skits, costumes, prizes, but you're not getting it!As a matter of fact,you're squarely on even terms with buyers of far costlier NOTICE I Parker

games, and all sorts of fun an not even coming close! "< *,*. .. cars? Come in and see how easily this heart-lifting S
honest to goodness Mardi-Gras. DELICIOUSORANGE ;. .S;
Where else lowcan enjoy bossing Strato-Streak beauty can be Once [
f- at price so : you yours. you BE OPEN: .:*- tWILL
the most modem, most advanced power plant do, you'll be out of the small-car class forever! ALL DAYTHURSDAY a ,' S .
1 N

RICH ---- {
l You can actually buy a big, glamorous_Ponilac 860 for l kss ;

TOP SOILSee r _"than you would pay for U models of the lotr-priced three!! VNTIA a i i{ um.n .u.N .a..e.wu bN NN CHIFFON CAKE

1 / 1 1 1w

BILL Transfer JACKSONJackson Company SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIAC i{ 1-lbRing 45C

j 412 Call St.
Phone 165 528 SO. WALNUT ST. PHONE: 132 STARKE, FLA. : Starke. Fla.



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CflSJSSSJSSSflflSflflSflflStflflSflStrSSflSflfl Junior Women I Crowds Throng Stores Thursday Afternoon I Sam G. Kenis Dies -With- Father-- H. L. Zimmerman o-' j"

Elect Officers I ficiat Burial was in Oak: t'>\i: |

.. .... ... .. Sam G Kenis. 59 a former resident CemeU-ij Sanioul'GED
ForEnsuingYear < and restaurant operator in
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Starke. diej Wednesday at his
Miss; Dolores! McKnight ',vas Tests StartGED
home in Orlando. He survivedby
elected president of the JuniorWoman's tests for sihuol .
9ijI two daughters and two sons. high : -
Club for the ensuing plomas! will be Mond.vtnrotu.ii
Funeral services were held! at 4 given ;,
Gladys Mooty year at the organization'meet- o'clock\ Thursday afternoon in Fiuia\ Fit 13-17: r t'prn ,

Phone 35 ;' ing Monday night in thelib" / rir41W1ik I Ensson Fune-.i! H<'i.<' Orlando in the Bradford Huh. :r"?,'h-, I,
J i house. Other officers chosen al I offu
:1. un cI
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Ltfl rsrflJrSrssns rsflpssspps fl srrflflp 4 this time were: Mrs. R. S. Mullins I I )

SweetheartWill I !Mrs. Davis HostessTo :vice president; Mrs. Harry Hatch' !
Valentine er Jr., recording secretary: Mrs

Be NamedAt UDC MembersThe Curtis Malone. corresponding sec : 1\1\ ALVAREZ' STORE Ien's.Clothi j.,1Established I
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i retaryfrs.: Marion Payne, treas- l' i1 3I 1S91
Tuesday DanceThe will be ;
The officers
W. T. Weeks Chapter. urer. new installed .

U.D.C. met with Mrs. L. A. Davis I at the March meetingi t \ i1I i .
Student Council of Bradford Wednesday afternoon of last week i i During the business session : _. JI I I '.. -,:" .- -=-- : --' :" --=- :::! ",. p
School will again hold '
High with 12 members present. presided over by the president

its annual Valentine Dance at I Mrs. E. K. Ferryman presidedover Mrs. Doyle Conner. the club I PROSTATE SUFFERERS

which time is chosen and cro.nedthe 1 voted to $25 to a tuberculosis .
Sweetheart the meeting in the absenseof give ... ... v I I :Nt'w )hanical Instruments I No MassagingN
school's Valentine patient. $75 to the Florida -
Mrs. O. L. I-
the president :\1"
Instruments I No
selected from candidates repre- I! Farm Colony. and $10 toward SurgeryWKITK
Haynes, sr. Mrs. L. G. Powellgave
senting each club at BHS. historical for I furnishing a Junior room at the pRIZe Ii FOR FKKK: BOOKLET
a program !
The dance will be held Tuesday i State Federation headquarters in j4
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, historian. I
Feb. 14, between 7:30 and 10:30: I Lakeland. -'
Mrs. Powell used as her topic the
p.m. in the USO. Tickets are 35 works of Sidney Lanier. Hostesses for the Monday night I r 123 W BEAVER JACKSONVILLE FI.L ..\.
cents single, and :50; cents per meeting were Mrs. A. J. Thomas ,

couple. The hostess served delicious Jr.. chairman Mrs R. S Mullins, :- ]1 1I > __ r- :. ___- _- 0_ ___:_ _-', ::-.,,-: _:::..: '-". "
refreshments from a beautifully
Votes will be cast upon entering 1 Mrs. Bill Bigham, and Mr" Maxie ,

and the queen will be crown appointed tea table during the I Carter Jr.wScS. I I ,>-- ,-- -' .. --. -_.___ ::0 ..- ,-:: 'f ::': !::'
social hour.
ed at 10 o'clock. I
The March meeting will be with

Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. Mattie MeetingsI

Circle FourVSCS Gahagan. This VeekI TV ServiceAH

Circle 4 of the Methodist
I j Circle 1 of the Methodist -I
WSCS will meet Monday night at YOITLL LOVE the new E&ter- ; WSCS met Tuesday morning at ; Ii i

8 o'clock in the recreation build brook purse-size fountain pens In 110 o'clock in the home of Mrs : Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

ing with Mrs. L. C. Champion and |pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford OI'KKATIOX: BIG SWITCH, marking the change from Thursday to half !
I 1 L. A. Davis where arrangements Wednesday holiday closing for Fully Equipped ... Dependable
Mrs. Lola Garbett as hostesses. County Telegraph. > Starke! merchants, crowds to '
I| of spring flowers were used ir : brought town on Feb. 2. first Thursday that stores stayed open all day.

decorating the lower floor. The Pictured above is part of the crud that packed Lo ntt's supermarket! for the prize award during All Makes and ModelsCHAS.

I business meeting was conductedby I the afternoon. Large crowds also attended the drawings at other stores. Merchants report that shoppers II I

Mrs. H. H. Adams, leader in the Starke trade
quickly adjusted to the change in half holiday closing due to the adVance C. SHEPHERDTV
I and Mrs. Charley E. Johns had promotion staged by a group of 21 cooperating businesses. I .

NEW LOW PRICESWilson I charge of the de'otiona1.Irs..
conducted the Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
:.Clyde, Sinclair giving a review of program the I I Mrs. Gene Norman All New Ice VoguesIn Democratic Group

I first two chapters of the study I I Honored At ShowerIn I Jacksonville To Meet FridayI 239 Starke, Fla.

and ToomerFERTILIZER book Legion HallMrs. Starting Feb. 26thBill OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY

i Circle 2 met Monday afternoon I I The Bradford County Democrat- -- > -, .. .
at 3 o'clock in the educational John Crockrel, Mrs. E. D. Blocker, popular ice skat- j ic Committee will meet this afternoon mr --- --- '- ---,-- ---- --- .,- --- --"--------->-, .-

i building. Mrs. Titus Olson conducted Starling and Mrs. Edna Prevatt ing star will return to Jacksonville I (Friday) atI:30 o'clock in

the meeting in the absenceof entertained at a lovely bridal the :; the courthouse to make arrangements -
first time In three
For I Mrs. E. K. Perryman. leader. shower Wednesday evening, Feb.I years when the all-new Ice Vog- I I; for the forthcoming primary Sell It Rent It Trade IIWITH
Williams had charge elections.
I Mrs. C. D. 1, at the Legion Hall honoringMrs. ues of 1956 opens Feb. 26 in a !

of the program, using as her Gene Norman the former six-day showing at the Swisher Qualifying fees will be set and

I topic, "The Four Goals." Hostesses Mamie Henry, a recent bride. Gymnanasium on the campusof I[ other committee matters attended % A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
FIELD CROPS Kutto and Mrs. : to the chairman said.
were Mrs. L. S. Pink japonicas and white gladioli the Jacksonville Junior College. I j

S TOBACCOS Shellie Hall. I were used to advantage in Many new stars will be making I! Anyone having business with the

Circle 3 met Monday afternoor I floral arrangements throughoutthe I their first appearance with the I. committee will be heard at this i Low Rates Good Results Easy Tn Place

CORNS i at 3 o'oclock with Mrs. R. H. Hall for the occasion. The new show while a number are time. I 20 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION . S0c

LAWN AND GARDENS I Russell. Mrs. J. F. McComb conducted refreshment table was lovely witha returning who previously starredin
the devotional. and hand crocheted cloth and centered Holiday on Ice at the Gator

Shrubbery and Other Plants I Kate Struth gave a review of the with a punch bowl. Around Bowl. Window CleaningStores OK 15 PER CENT Of TWO OR MORE I>SERTIO>!S
first of the study book. 2S._ADDITIONAL! FOR BLIND ADS eR A 1)5 *OT PAID I:* ADVANCE
the bowl was an arrangement of I Chief among the newcomers Offices HomesFloor I -

Gro Tone for special garden plants Mrs. McComb reviewed the second fern and japonicas. China floral will be Hazel Frankling, who Maintenance- I I FORSAKE-Pre-Cast Cement step-.
I i 4 ft. lengths, ft per step. Alao
chapter. trays held dainty cakes, candies formerly starred with the IceFollies I Reasonable Prices Bargains in Real Estate I| tile work of all kinds. Free
and nuts. and for the past three i K-tunaies Milliard Judd. 1J7
I I..ifa>ettf St. Phone 215-J.
AT : Baptist Circles I Standing in the receiving line years has skated the lead role in.. W. S. AGNEW 10 honk a..r.. dHP farm,well frrlilr, 1 laad.mil 4 poem city. i lip :5/10!

were the honoree her mother Holiday on Ice International 504 E. Brouiilee St. !StarkeWWt4 limit, at !oIarL.... farm hard road F IR SALE 10
NextVeek acres of land 4-
Meet and Mrs. I the I and graded; road. ,\ birgaia; at I rOHm house .
Mrs. A. H. Henry, which has been touring con- deep well electricity
':2.HlO.OO.Thrre near school and .
bus .
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE Circles of the First BaptistChurch Maude Norman. Mrs. Irene Mc- tinent and the Far East. hens.. modernrttnitnfonrrM. reasi

WMU will meet next Vany kept the guest book andMrs. Foremost among the production I Bed room. 3 mllr: .. of Starkr, I Hoi 7. Hampton. Fla 4tp 2/1/\ f

I Crockrel presided at the fnrr stair Road IOO. I'rlrr FOR
week as follows: numbersil\ be the "Merry I SAI.F.-\Jahama Oowder Pet
333 or 45 *I.IMHI.UO.Nirr :red.' S5
I Dons Knight Circle. Monday punch bowl. Widow," featuring the immortal I J.%H.germination Currenty, ,Jraharr.SOc pr.pound. .

-. I night. 7:30, at the church. Mrs. Mrs. Norman received many music of Franz Lehar and "TheI Mrnlmurrlaad tno brd "room'rret. ritra bum liirtrlu on, I Sip 2/17!

l_ =_: .: --: -. :- 'Edward Beebe hostess. lovely and useful gifts from the Story Book Village" presentingOn .. a. real buy al SB :.MMMMI.For CARPENTER WORK Remodef :-

Ethel Biggs Circle Monday 100 guests. i skates all of the charactersand l'rriis'. j ; Cement, locks. Roofing and
I Cement work.
Jidinp Chap
night with Mrs. Ed Tenly. Mrs. animals dear to the hearts of thro and other allrai-litr Sorrell. p/o Telegraph tfchi
bargain in real rklalr rail
Jimmy Swindell, co-hostess. Mrs. Akridge children. RPRRER
to order
TilE Lottie Moon Circle. Monday :I General ticket sale will open Florida Realty Co. antfrft, nomberiT, notary seals:

night. with Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. : Hostess At Party I Feb. 1 at Lane Rexall Drug farsimlle Telegraph.stamp.s Uracif.utl "',.unl)
Of Starke tf
i Store in Jacksonville.! Mail ordersare I I I

BOTTOM DOLLAR The Annie Armstrong Circle For Twin Sons I now being filled at Jackson- I lIundrf'n.. ", II. !Srnrll. I BULLDOZING ..
night with Mrs. A. J. Tkomai) FILL
I met Tuesday ville Junior College. All seats are
Mrs. Broward Akridge enter I DIRT.
John Dees. At the end of the reserved at prices of $1.50. $2, S5.1 Trrople Ay. Phone 3S3Slarkr I LAND CLEARING
tained at a delightful surprise
NOW HAS A program given by Mrs. Adolph" party Saturday evening for her $2.50 and $3. FluriiaOIR I Oyster Shell Feet IlunuuBWg.
Gay on "Our American Friends,
twin sons Edgar and Edward, .1 5aM Pavhig
the hostess served refreshmentsto I' TKNTH INVITBMS4RYHiniOS Drieajg
TELEPHONEFOR visitor. I who were celebrating their 20th Lions ConductingSale REPAIRED 1
12 members and one All Makes. AIl MqdrUKrahonablf OVID
I birthday anniversary. charges oaraatrtdtilts.
The Brownlee Circle met at the I who is a seaman stationed at .. ('. MIKPBKK1): \ Madison St. Starke

YOUR CONVENIENCE IN OBTAINING home of Mrs. Ernest Phillips:! Norfolk, Va.. was unable to at- For Glasses FundThe 703 w. ('all St. !Marfcr Pb! 239 1\ PH. S5 -W I

INFORMATION ON MERCHANDISE Tuesday night with :Mrs. Willa
Mae Denton as co-hostess. After tend.The party was held in the Starke Lions Club is hold- 2.& PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -
interest- ing its annual broom sale from -which on,".1 tJ.. tont1" __ UNIT No.2 : : STATB BANK KEYSThNE -
the business session an Starke Woman's Club which was : JYoIGUTS, FLA., MEM.
PHONE 354 ing review of the Mission Study gayly decorated for the occasion now until March 7. Members of Three ..... room muoKry ..... I' BErt FDIC.
the club have been divided into \\Tu-n you drive in our Station Sew aP4r utntUB. tmMarkr'a
book was given by Mrs. Myldred with white and blue streamers Btweat ...IU... Prloc
a-shiired of
Cuttino and Miss Ava Lee Ed- caught at the ceiling lights with two selling teams, the losing team you are t. Ttlrnni I104M with avail BILL SOTO
for the win- COURTEO.US ratlea to pvrehwe. p.oe.
to a
wards. Refreshments were servo extending supper
clusters of balloons and .
FAST EFFICIENT thirty daya sad IIC3M at eio.ig.I'rIc SIGN SHOP
ed at the close of the meeting.I I to the walls. Arrangementsof to non veterans $250.00
ners.Yurpose of the broom sale is SERVICE with application to DUTC11SSCand
carnations were placedat Mile South
pink low $544.00 at dosing.
I Formal Dinner vantage points and the stago twofold: first, to help the blind BUT now and setart the interior I On Keystone Highway
workers who made the brooms; MONEY CAN BUY.WE colors and tile for bath and kit ,
curtains held the lettering "happy chen. See the plans keen them Phone 178.L
130: Wtst Set By SororityThe birthday". and second, to raise money to WELCOME YOU tWAGER'S oierniEht and make your selwtion. -
I glasses for needy chil If YOU want to own a All
; I I Call St. Beta Sigma Phi sororityis celebrate Thirty the guests occasion.helped Edgar dren.provide I rate tame this.FLORIDA it will. puv TOU to tmesti- SignsFOR

planning a formal dinner Mon- in' Since last May, the date of the SALE-fltarke'.s MoM Desirable
.Mrs. Akridge was assisted REALTY CO.
day evening. Feb. 13 at 8 o'clockat annual Lions Club Talent Show, 4 HuiidinK Lots., located in rente'
Miss I ft Stark.Mi. .
serving her son's guests by ) and dwel
the Garden Restaurant honoring the Lions have purchased 30 pairsof Of Starke inl!'". Doyle K. Conner Heal E.
Janet Marsh.Open SERVICE tate.I .
Mrs James High a recent \ glasses for needy Bradford I Real Eatate Br.""

rhone 1) bride An added highlight of the I children. STATION 1O1 3:.'\ Temple ".... Telephone 3S3MarLe I
) $ I I House PlannedMr. Florida I: LARGE LOTS
the installationof
3.1 evening will be I Persons who wish to buy broomsto 987 'Mae UI I Ii i I II
neofflcl'rs for the coming I drive TemplefeUrke. I I
the Lions in TWO MILES
and *'rsJ. T. Sowell are I help Fla.AN6AR003 FOR SALB New 8 I 8 X 16 'on- I! SOUTH
veai ; telephone any member of ',.t.. bin-It. ISc. Cement $I.S0 i ip'r 0HIGHWAY 100
!j holding open house Sunday after- may t.ag Mortar Mix {1.36 p..r''I II

> .--, noon from 3 t0 5 o'clock at their I the !uh. and he will see that i I..g Id.idfi.id Engineering Co.I I I lithe In on new road just past

>' > _. m is re.'Plved -...:.- .. _-", _" .'-" --_'L._:" : : ph-n 94. Starke. tf i iI' i', the crock. trklge.; Owner at
"' '' hou....
'o $J"" KKUAItD for information Lots are 100 x 300 andlarger.
j All friends of the couple are in- I'
Mr.' Clyde Gassett of Starke I .. ..,ltn!; toO the one that < ut fencei I .
attend.Elementary. 1:0.11 lak. Easy terms of $100,00d""n
vited to II i n.v prrty to
; .L '
and Hallie V Stiu-key of Skipper- I J Mi'ir.- '"lilt. Ala. were married in Do- aid
I : possible. Brokers'Cooperation
than. Ala. on Friday, Feb. 3. I PTA DIC For SaleOn I In\itrd.

The Starke Elementary! PTA : THE ATBiSTARKE FL'\\ -. IliRhnar one mile from i C. E. HOEDECKEK
; .
I I' Clarke' ( it, I.lmil 1o arrenwith
\\h.-II IMMDlC are stort-tl to will meet Tuesday night at 7:30: 4 'J koHoe, rJerlrlclty. deep .well Box 39, Route 1 I
health through Chiropractic I 'I aid eleclrle pump. >::.1..08 ( ...k.
( oVlotk! in the cafetonum Tuesday Starke, Florida I II
they often think a minule has Sunday Monday fl I'' REALTY I
The third grade will be in : Feb. 12. 13.: 14 STROUT :
CASHING IN been |lK'rfom1t"t1..tually the charge of the program and the i DOUBLE FEATURE I Johnie Hansen. Representatite I A J"raoif"rof W'ATKI\S:('''unty.Ihl'TJ-:Many""a".II.t..i.-).i.I ..
Chiropractor just removed the : sixth grade will serve refresh- p. o. floe aor' dealers now making ',\f r nearLy$11)11.. ..
the Starke, }1a. I Pr week This .
pre'.ure along spinal nt'nt'tpt'mntting WICHITA | j Is one f "
TON: YOUR PULPWOOD? menU : best routes in the '.$at'. Wrir
each of the WALDO HO-S-2S31 "
organ II or Wire The J. _
I I IX TECHNICOLOR War kif" (; ,
body to work normally as the pany 659 West Pea.rhtr St .
i With Joel Ir<'n>a'f'r Miles K. Atlanta. ";t. ,
KeithGaineyMr. bedroom house 41 -hi? 2.-J
Creator intended it should. F' 'f{ RENT-Two

Your neighbors are selling the pulpwood being hauled This solution to health problems I I I A DIt's .unfurnished.I J' S-mi-ur 664 Water St.2tp Mrs.2/10 I II FOR.. SALE. -1948 Plymouth ', pa' ,
and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Fair F iGWI'og t : rroiiw.. Clean and In 'x, 0
often seems too simple to Always RIPPING f 1rltm OPPOMXT5 I lent condition $300. SeT .>
into the Bradford Woodyard and they are receiving lx-lie\e. jet the fact remains it I announce the marriage of their WITH ThE POWWFULGOU E-UVtl i Large Farm, Ranch Yawn. Court House 4tp24
I daughter, Deloris to Millard Lo'' WeatherCINEMASCOPE MAIL VATM WHICH THE. MtDOLE1Dt I
does restore and maintain Ii I Timber Loans l'tMR
cash payment for their timber promptly. A few loadsof health.. Keith on Jan. 26 in Jacksonville. IS ARMED.WTTM THIS A Blft j : I hansen TAX 1'. O pHEPARKD I1..x 367 INTEREST .
Mr. and Mrs. Keith will reside in :With Gene Kelly and Dan Dailey AND BAD KAHS4ROO" F1a. Phone Waldo, Fla !(f..
pulpwood will bring welcome revenue at this Below is suih a case: c.D.RArA.E ;t4AoE. I _R-2R31. 41 >ig t-)
you that I O. GAY
Lady age 62, had suffered a I City. I Plus Color Cartoon for Children -- JERRY I; FOR RENT-Four room unfurnished

time of year when farm expense greatly exceeds in stroke which left one side of Full Color Reproductionsof I INSURANCE SERVICE I h'u.-e. Raiford Hoad 4 mil,
: Wed. Thur. Feb. 15. 16 from Starke.
Brotherhood ClinicAt Rodman fnderhl!
1227 E. Call
the body partially paralyzed.She Phone S71-J
DOUBLE FEATURE the Smiling Christ i I- 2tp.. 2/11)
come. was able to move about I Airpark Baptist Paintings by Old Timerare PIANO FOR SALE :i FOR RKNT-I._ rg-e Warehouse. r-a 1
but had very limited u'*' of the Kiss Me DeadlyWith \ Mr. fireen at S6-W. 2tp 2':t
for sale at Bullington I
facilities of the Bradford Woodyard are affected side. 1'atient began to Monday Night Meeker Small m-dern I2j (II) down'I'i I '
The modern
I I II II Ralph II Studio & Gift; Shop. Each j..ani FOP. SALE Side Harr.,w, ( .. .
improve after the first Chiropractic -I I AND witha'.y. to makf monthly pay- .1 I Planter t'niverral! PtoiV. Douo1,'

open to everyone. Bring your Pulpwood in a pick-up adjustment after approximately I All pastors, Brotherhood presidents print autographed with' "ailing' .nl"! rr may writing he e-n: in Starke byi ;I IGUIULEY Plow Stock with rv.rn Sweeper.Sheller. 'Jra'-shopD-L.ie : .,

six months care : and members are notified i i Moon Struck Melody :I Old Timers personal greet. Fertilizer Distributor S. i u! M all I.I -

truck if you don't have anything larger. You will be normal function was restored I that the New River Associational With Eve Arden i Dennis O'Keefe ings. 10i MI'SIC: W. COMPtNV.I'alternltjrTlllr. ID 'I I any Jlint-part. J. B. Pr wt. Hampt. ...
... tic.n'l> ;
Brotherhood Clinic will be held > Florida
to the effected side. Plus Cartoon for Children

just welcome as the big! operator Bring jour health problems to Monday night, Feb. 13. at 7:30: [ 14x17 10x12 I FR 2-4032 2t !/17F FOR r,*droom SALE home OR RET'r.r-ar: : K, -. .('-. ,. .

the o'clock in the Airpark Missionary Fri. Sat. Feb. 17 IS Heights Phone 10' fir H. liir ,,'
Baptist Church. G. A. Ratteree. DOUBLE FEATUREOUTLAW'S $2.00 $1.00mIiir1j1 .,1 Inquire at Phil's r..staurant'l f-r I',
BOLLINGER State Brotherhood secretary and -. "i ji!, ti miles south. Itp I. FOR SALE-Four
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EDWIN W. PECK district missiona.-v and M. V SON I ,', ." .:<.\Ti'Fur! room house with !I, 1.idair.p ..\t from,,,,.I'SftO- "<-..d I.,:,JH..t..:; i,,', u- I
CHIROPRACTIC With lc Inc .1: .. e. land 1H miles N. !
Stedham will be present to assistin Guy 1.1.li..onndy \ 9 .. ... 'I burner Electric Rane: I'M .
1 Contact Paul nn-
I VulKefanne ,
CLINICModern the training program. AND- I 2tp 2/17 I (;..n. "Irr Te.tmf; .M Mj i',/ > ', f'< oOI

P.o Box 129 Starke Fla. Phone ,17J-J W. H. Williams. Assolational! JAIL BUSTERS > ':;' \-Ilc.rk Iu-in'o, prop- j, r.niiition, f-.th for. .}; ..". r :.
Methods Lady Smith 6 IIT"m: ; ; \
Brotherhood president. all > jsc '.n it. S e Sam
See C F. Bateman or Ed Peck at their office adjoining Assistant Steam Baths interested:: persons to be urges presentand \\ ith lAM Gorcey Hunts Hall and .., Smith's flarntreItrhg. ;:.\T.E- ,:.,rr..'<)! .: ,j _.
: 3 Blocks Xorth of Post Office the Bowery Boys i .;ne fall 14'W 'r '.; .' .' '
learn how to the .ttf.di.nncr
Woodyard one mile South of Starke. In Starke! carry zreat! Plus Cartoon for Children J LTI'rr.hed: ,; Farm housei Il t :
, brotherhood! program f.rvar4 i I I.. i' i o mileNorth! : of FORJ..Eri") c._ ..
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tflsnssstnsssss.trn_ ____ Mr. and Mrs James Watson ': ---- .
rr. snssrsrsss of I -- --- ---
4 of medicmt for J C Andersonand ,
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Hospital FundAdministration are hereby notified that
a Notice
ToT .
Newark, N. J. are renting the wife Mjit fi r divorce Appeay. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on :
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Ben Hall home on Butler Road Went has bet n filed against you in the :i'_- .1.1: I llld:e" <*t };",. tr before, the .. ..
Z js ,1 1. ,
on retorj as recognizing ,above inied Court and cause and M 1. 1l3.: : M ii.-! J'enn r I I I i.I 11 "I M I. h I1*: .
I Paul Faulkner, Jack Eaves the Bessent Road the you are required. to serve a copy of I I You are Jth..r"'I the *H >:4UoiiS t.f istfi
: as politicaldividing hvrecy notified
jour anw.r i>r pleadir to the 1 that a (Comolaint will J.e taken as oonfessid "
I Meed com ult fornas
i Lewis and Cliff Griffis attended j
: line between voting pre- plain' .1 '!it ['Ialntf! !"- At'..: ,ii\ l'\' r,'- by yon i
the Motorama in Miami Is Board Topic I j cincts 2 and 3. J.-..ph K Kipprr" %:i Florida been filed agatnst 1.'h.a i.ctlce! srull 6# pubHihed"iu
you TO the .
dia5 last Sunday. Title I.uilJ.ng) : -kson\iKe 2, Above named Court ? earh week for four tonstcutineks
j Discussed pushing a water hole KK.rida. you are and cause and w in the tiridford.unty It.erraph -
:Mr Mrs L. D. Whittle and file the original! in required to s-ene a i opy or'
and the office of
A clisi for Sam
UI'SiOn of the adaiinistia-i Whitehead your answer
with or pl..adnl": .
to the '
county l
: the fieri: of the Circuit Court on l..i .1 1 -I. .1.iv 'I F. 1 1"
have moved into their new homein ;, Ion of the countj's hospital fund I equipment but dropped the matter or before the oomolamt\" ; ... ':on. the Plal.tlt.'J"fIl. .*.', \OI-I-'ll'I.\1. M.AL.I L& Saratoga Heights.Mr. : U: day <.M.mli. Itjfc. } .. : .I v 'S. -' ;k Clerk of the (" r.'uit l' if
for indigents occupied most of the upon objection of Commissioner otherwise the I'y :llaI.: <'. I.. t'I''by. Depi ritki
--- - - -- -- -- allegations of said >
J and Mrs. C. R. Scroggins I time of the Board of County E. L. Crawford. Complaint will be taken as coifea- ard f:n- the rlll.al.......:.......,Tn the .oW.... .f :: t.
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Mrs Vergie Flynn was conuned Mrs. F-hx Sapp underwent an and family have moved into their Commissioners Noted by you. :! .d>
at its meeting a resolution from the I i This notice hal be published
in the Stark Maternity operation In Alachua General new home on South Westmoreland .. R
I here Monday morning. City of StaiKe to the State Road cnce eae".t'f'k for four con *ou-
Hospital from Thursday to Saturday Hospital on Saturday. St. I I live weeks in the Bradford County
Under j Department ,
a new Florida law, in requesting that 60I iTep craph
dui to illness. i i Mr and Mrs. L. N Piikenng Mr and Mrs Hamlin Jones of I counties having qualified hospi- I foot right-of-way be accepted for I, Pat. .J Ih'- 7 il I..y (.f. Fidl'f: :. ,
Mrs. X. M. Smith and son, i i were visiting friends at Jacksonville Gainesville were visiting Mr and tals, future 11;;
i it is the duty of the county four-lanmg of all unwidened I! ufo''ICJ.\LSEAJ.) Charles A. Darby i ii
Mike. were in Opalocka Sunday Beach Sunday afternoon |I Mrs James L. Jones on Mondayand health department to administerthe portions of U. S. 301 from the I i' Clerk of the Circuit (Court

'0 Wednesday visiting Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sapp Mr. I Tuesday. indigent fund. Dr. A. Y. north city limits to Georgia St. on :By Marian L. Crosby I eputv 2 l 10 Clerk H 2 1

Mrs. Jerry Bolden. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. KIdon Sapp, and Steve Mrs. Mark Raggett ana chil- Covington county health officer the south. I
brought her baby niece, Carol Tilley spent the inStatesboro. dren of Fort Pierce are visiting 10 4PPKRn I
and director, was present at the Disapproved as excessive a bill Circuit ( ourt. Bradford County
Bolden, back with her for three Ga. visiting Mr. and friends and relatives here this Monday meeting to discuss the from George P. Covle & Sons of.i Kloriflfl J Keenan.In ('hanrery.John Plaintiff. LADY MANAGERFor
weeks while Mrs. Bolden is convalescing Mrs. Dewey Warren and family.Mr. .I week. matter with the commissioners.This Jacksonville in the amount oft V. Keenan Defendant

from a recent illness. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mr and Mrs. Ned Yanrey anl: year the county has budgeted $108.12 for installing a rear gate 'Nolloe Tn .(npeorTo CUP X" lO.IS6 I

Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and daughter, Sylvia, visited Mayor I children were guests of Mrs $10,200 for the hospitalization in the fence around the county i i Mary \'. Keenan. whose re'i.d..n.e i.

son.; Brian of the State Farm and Mrs. Jeff Paulk and familyin Yancey's brother-in-law and sis of indigents, which figures jail. i j Street, and Hartford address Connecticut.is; 94 :Hampton I I' New Department Store

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Willacoochee, Ga. on I ter. Mr, Mrs George Mans- You I
Sunday. and out slightly less than $1 per Agreed to allow the Geolo ical'Sun'ey are hereby notlfieir mat a'
Thomas at their in the Mr. Mrs. G. J. McCnff, field in Tampa from Sunday to suit for divurii". ('u .tod '. control i
camp and Sr.II III capita of the county's population. to drill for phosphate J!and .UJlP"1 t of minor children has Soon To Open In Starke
Scrub over the weekend. i and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green have Tuesday while attending the Fair. The new Florida law requires along rights of way of county been filedagainst '
had Mrs and :Mrs. One Wiggins and )ou in the above named
L. Mr
as guests H. Speer counties to budget a minimum of roads. i Court and cau'e and you are required -I
i i of Pahokee last week and Mrs. family and LG. Hemingway will 50 to serve a of answer CHARACTER
I I I ; cents per capita, which will be j Instructed the attorney to copy your I AND LEADERSHIP
Our 10th Anniversary visit'Mr. Lennon in :, or pleading to the complaint
and Mrs.
Y. A. Harris of Gainesville
over augmented by state funds. This I petition State Road Department i on the rliintiffs AttorneyHeraM I IMPORTANT. READY-TO-WEAR OR
the weekend. Deland on Sunday. the funds amountto for old j n Hart. 1P1 Smith r.tnld-
timbers CHAIN
I I year I from the now unused ing. Jdiksonvillt. 2. Florida >! STOKE EXPERIENCE HELP-
Gospel Rivordi by Frank BORKS I Mrs.V.. A. Stern and Mis'!: only around 12 cents per capita overpass on Road 100 be-j and file the original In the office of I FeL.GE 23; TO 45 YEARS.

NEVERBEFORE Rebel* (Quartet Many othen | Louise Stern attended the Im-, which will increase this coun-, tween Starke and Keystone:the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or ;,

at Bullinjfton Studio and Gift | npnal.-- -- Fashion Show at theI ty's indigent fund by less than Heights '! U day ,.f Mar, h 191.1.;

Shop. I I George Washington Hotel in $1,000 but in future years it is otherwise Complaint will the allegations be taken as confessed of paid- I< Write in detail to A. N. HoffmanP.

Mr and Mrs W. H. Xollman I Jacksonville Monday evening. I II I expected that the matching funds I YOl"LL LOVE the new E..te : by ;you.

were hosts to the Gideons and Mrs. Emma Pinner has returnedto 'I will be increased. brook purse-si/A fountain pens in"", This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published I Ionre I 0. Box 295, Crichton Station
Auxiliary at their home on W. I her home in Cleveland, Tenn I' It was brought out at the meetI I na..tel ,ha
Madison Street at their monthly several weeks visit with MrI County Telegraph. ";rat>h. Mobile Alabama
after ing that the Commissioners or j I ,
I' luted tin- > day (.f Feh !'; )
meeting Tuesday evening I I and Mrs. Herb Thomas. the Clerk of the Court will havs I I I!I (OFFICIAL S=KA1, Charlf A UarbClerk )

Mrs E M. Hazen of Brooker!'I Petty Officer 3-c Buddy Faxon I nothing to do with the administration -II I :MITHK By Marian L.of Crosby th- Circuit Deputy Conrt Clerk ,
SO MUCHIN spent last week with the V. V. j of Camp Lejune, NT. C. will spenrt of the indigent fund. An in- ing KOU at SAI.K 111-I2.I twu: West.tory Maiiison frame Mrt-ft buiIJ-. |! 2 10 It :

Hazens and this week with theM 1! the weekend with his mother. I j digent who needs hospitalization, 'I to the highest bidder, PUT< hati..r t" :%OTiCflTt. APPEnIn

A SEWING MACHINES !IG Iro F. Hazens. r Mrs W. D. Faxon and family. must first see a phjsician; If the I I r..mobllildin bids will!;' within be aece Pt.(1 30 dai1Written until-. 'Florida Circuit la ,rhanrrry-Court Bradtord roar I", NO DOWN PAYMENT

II Kenneth Johns, son of Mr. an' I doctor ceitifies that the person February nth Ii6.Any or all bids (. .Joseph P P'nn..tt. Plaintiff \ kUladxs
I 1 may !I- rrjrited. '
I ,I Write I'. II lox! .
Mrs Claude Johns of the State needs hospitalization and 1s indigent 84. :Markt', FlaOri i I H 1'inmtt: Otftndam.
in. I | rat \l H'.IJ 1 -;
Stenographers.needed Farm has received his discharge the case is referred to the :I 1t .

after two years in the ser\'ice'l health department for clearance.If \ < H 10 API'KIU I.

and a year's tour of the person is already receiving U Florid ClrroH.i !.Court. (.hanrrrT., Dridford ("o..t, I, This man can give you 5300 .. :36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS S | /\.19

at Korea. He has re-entered the old age assist ante, he is eligi- I Janus. < JinkncPr. Plaintiffs I dependabledelivery

University of Florida in the college ble for indigent hospital care JUiii.ii.i Juan Jinkner lu-ft-mlant
of business administration. without further investigation. \ .tle. To Ippmr $600 -

I FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powellof However if he or she is not receiving -I resident T'.' Kail.ara.. and address J..an JinKner is' 230, whu L. "t. I II -, ., $20.17

Newton, N. C. are visitingMrs. old age assistance, an investigation Street Oakland <'aifurnia) *rjna THE

5-day 40-hour week J. H. Fields for two weeks. will be made by the toll You 10'lIi.r are hereby notified that a lry'CHRISTIAN\ LOANS UP TO $2500.00

Mr and Mrs Seeber Goodmanand health department to determine ">. u't..d ', support and iuntrul .0/IA(4; SCIENCE
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2 weeks vacation each daughters spent Sunday inOcala indigency. ha. uem of minor ti-eu children _' MONITOR
ugaiuai you In the ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Cryd Emergency cases will be admitted I above named Court and ,
each cause and! ,
\ L\l year Pickren. to the hospital without delay -: you are required to erve a copy of 1,j .. lMsirI I I Why Put Off
your answer or pleading to the com / : .
Free Course each semester Muss Katherine Parrish of whether indigent or not. I plaint on the Plaintiff* Attorney I 4, --
In other actions the Commissioners -i Kit hen & Pi-hwartz. 713 Profes. I Isional
UPSNOSOTCall Gainesville the weekend
Sick leave and retirement was liuilding. Jacksonville Fla. Housewives, businessmen Needed Repairs Paint Your House
I and
239 guest of Miss Lu Green. : Hie tiie original!: in ire ofllie ufj I
benefits Som Ho Chinese student at Received a request from Ed I the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or I teachers. ond students oil over
For a 12 day of
March I9i6 *
Stetson College was the guest Duiban that additional road I otherwise the allegations of bam; the world reod and enjoy this II Add a Room Screen Porches
ApplyUNIVERSITY will be
last week of Rev. and Mrs. L. J"radingbe( done near the Carl |ed by you. aa cODte s- international newspaper, published I

$89.95 OF FLA. D. Hames Milliard place.Approved This notice shall be published daily in Boston. World- I II BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING
once each
Personnel week for four I
Employee Harvey James Marcus consecu
Mrs. Teressa Roche, a studentat I tive week In the Bradford County famous for constructive news FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER
Services I for care in one of the state'stuberculosis Telegraph.
And Up FSU is interning for two iMled SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING
I: hospital. this 7 day of Kebruar1956! stories and penetrating editorials. I -

Chas. C. ShepherdTV 109 Administration Bldg. months with public health Health work I I Heard County Attorney H V. I(OFFICIAL Clerk SEAM of 'Charles he Circuit A. l Court>aro) Special features for the whole LABOR AND
r at the Bradford County By I
| Marian
Radio Seat Covers Knight report that he expecteda L. Crosby Depntw rieri/ family. I
GAINESVILLE FLA. Dept While working | 10 4t 1 2 '
of the contested Rowell
Starke, Fla. II I ford County she is staying with I survey :1 I -------------.. '
I Lake road to b*' completed this a Circuit oTirn.:.TO Affi\R. _____
Mrs. Louise Kite. I Court.- .I.R"-----.y' -j The Christian Science Monitor i
I Bobbie Sue and Robbie Barks- I week so that the condemnation f!"Florid" .' H! T.In nkii".haurery.g. ,- lr One Norway St., Boston 15, Moss Applications At Our Office No Obligation
Attend auction Sale of fifty Registered suit an proceed PUinnfl vM.ii
our \ \ I. Ik ,
dale spent the weekend with their II I 0II. fnilaiit Send your newspaper for the time
Aberdeen-Angus Cattle : | Requested Attorney Knight teassemble i'.i-. N., 1" 1'
grandparents, Mr and Mis J. W. ':Nntlrr To Apprnr: : checked. Enclosed find my check or
I i i necessary data for zoning 'f. \I". ,. ,. CIder I
Home. in Hampton. v l.''il i ,.-. f.-,. money
SUN LAKE RANCH'S ,1'1"\ i ititt. HhMt
Ill! kIlt
county .
!| Full Color Reproduction cof the'i 1 I v iII* Ma.i.jtid.) 1" "r.I lyeos$160 6 months $8 Q :
temporary paymen'tiss "
:smiling (hrM Tainting tij Old I 3months$40
; Timer "oralt' at }\lIl1inJton.I'.i14I7 Nancy DuPre returned to
$2.00 10x12 her studies at the U. of F. Sun Nome I

Lee Pontenberg, of Tampa, and j the between semester holiday inNew AOqess

BARBECUE LUNCH AT THE FARM I Miss Rita Baker of the U. of York City with classmatesMr. .F &
F.// trtrfprn>ance Schedule
I were weekend guests of and Mrs. J D. Doyle and O y Zone State '

FEB 10 LUTZ FLA. Bess Burns. Mrs. Fay Gill were in Green reu /

I Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brown. Jr. Cove Springs Sunday afternoon I'

I and family spent last week in visiting Mr. and Mrs. C A. .

Bascomb visiting Mrs. Brown's Geiger.

parents. Mr and Mrs Junius smith and A

CHILDREN'S Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fogg of !'Ons'isited Mr and Mrs. W. T

Neptune Beach were weekend Weeks in Jacksonville Sunday C

BALLROOM DANCING CLASSAges guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell -. : ...'<........:_..---- -"' ._'- --.._. .

11 Through 14 },fro and Mrs. Earl Middletonof
Melbourne were Sunday guestsof Wash Your Clothes

THELMA BAGGSOf Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. .

and Mrs. C. C. McAhley Pounds I

JacksonvilleWill of Chester, S. C. are visiting their I

son. Rev. W. S. MeAliley, and For 40c! I

Teach A 11 Weeks Course Beginning family in Starke and relatives in .

MONDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 13TH Gainesville.Mrs. FREE Bleach If Desired! I
P. D. Fancher Jr. returned

From 8 to 9 O'clock home Sunday after a minor opera- eWe

tion in Baptist Hospital. Jackson


Will 11 W. S.; McAlilev and
Registration Be Saturday February
C. C. McAhley of Chester. S. C. Dry Your Clothes I
At The Magnolia Hotel attended the annual banquet and

From 4 to 5 P.M. I I meeting of the Florida Alumni of For 20c : d4A

Erskine College at Lake Waleson Boxed CARDS
Monday. I, In New Automatic Driers!

,.. .. .._ ..:: ."'(. .');( .... :. :. ..r. _JJ: .+:.. ., Dr. Vent Toepfer and daughter '; e
Emily. of Grantsville W. Va. I _

I .fJ Dr wi'n and overnight Mrs! C.gtIE'stsIonday J. Houot: of) The /asheteria/ For

Mr and Mrs. W. T. Jacksonand I ByCandies

family spent Sunday in Ocala
|fwnplre., Stark I Ii Whitman
visiting Mr. and :Mrs W. M. II II I
I She Will E'vryone
Dedicated To Community Service Jackson and Mr. anj Mrs Bob ooMovl'tl Are Better Than Ever"If families. ,
and U
Mrs Floyd Crosby and Mrs I And Enjoy Hollingsw orlh They
you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad business visitorsin I Ii
J. R. Kelly were
tot ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS i 1, Jacksonville Monday.. Yl Si: J"OHN.S" : ; Complete Line In11 The Leading Tell

I tag Pcs Eugene Walker of' Savannah.Ga. -.------ EIoo' ,..-- --..: Brands Of Cosmetics and Large Selection Of The
I I'T'S Perfumes
spent the weekend with Mr

Fri.Sat. Feb 10 11 and Mrs Ewell Lawson: And AH At Jacksonville Prices HEART BOXES Story

Champion, and Mrs William 'I In AH Price; Ranges Like
I'lu "Mom* (leaning" Cartoon children spent from
Thompson anj
THM4 NEVER TO HAVE ggc to $7.50 Nothing
Monday j m Tampa at the Fair and e .
and Chapter No. 3 Serial LOVED AT ALL. '-"! SUGGESTIONS

Gasparilla.Mr _ _ Else
AND and Mrs Louis Gaor I

---- ,;- Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon i FOR HER SUGGESTIONSCompacts .. Can
,6. visitors of Mr. and Mrs A i iI

: d4 Sr. Mr. and< Mrs COME IN AND CHOOSE
(t ,0d1"g L Crosby and FOR HIM
tidiO I
sLV'CMKS1 A" Crosby Jr. and family. I II THE ONES YOU NEED

I Miss Nell Locke of ZephjrhilU *
Nechlaces Wallets
was the weekend guest of Judy I U from
Dankel.I 5C to $ .00
'I his brother Pearls Electric
_ _4--_ J D. Doyle visited _-_ _ _ _
Bill Doyle of Green Cove

Sunday, Monday, TuesdayFeb. MRS. W B. MrXDY, JR at the Veterans Hospital Pen and Pencil Sets Razors FULL LINE OFSTATIONARY
City Sunday morning. '

12 13 14 Wed. Thur Feb. 15.: 16 Mr and Mrs. J. Wainwright I Shaeffer & Parker Shaving Sets I

were overnight guests of Mrs
HELL ON W Wainwright last Friday in I It's better to come to u> for I

FRISCO BAY Tallahassee They attended thr I all of jour automobile need- We have 3 Registrrrd Pharmacists in
on duty order to serve best. We
wedding of Mr. Wainwright'i '. Don't delay come in todayfor i eliminate any guess work as your Prescriptions are checked and you can give you quick service, and
William M Wainwright the best in service double checked with our
With Alan Lath nephew lour Prescriptions to Pharmacists.
us Pay Less and Bring
get the Best. With
I our large volume
Plus "Biuk Fe\er" Cartoon fUr'iti; Turnlev Thomnson r of Prescription-filling
m.o.t of
our Drug; direct from the we buy
.. >i\-d j factory. This way are assured of New
.I i'i! Mr Wamwnjrht; M .t- lOU Fresh Drugs for Less
1 i in ';'I.u-toi Monev-
Coming Soon Phone 53l'RID.l'
Mind Mrs KenneTh :Sinfi.rr';:
; ksonville were ,SIITV'-U' :
The Lone J- BETTY FIELD ,. '.
Ranger -'" f Ir.I'i: MMA'::
\ (C.r Cr

}i c. H.NASWORTHY Plus Madcap Magod" Car *'- Tl.1ff j :. (' .T P' rVr lr 1 KOCH DRUG STORE

, | toon. children r.f Fernandina Reaih *TVP-
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Jacksonville Miss Gloria visited Higginbotham her mother of noon visited with in Waldo Mr. and Sunday Mrs. C.after-H. !I Alan Ladd In New Film Due At Florida I'I I Norman. Their many friends and I Mrs. Felix Sapp underwent surgery -, crops' such as potatoes "-Lll
relatives have been calling or in Alachua General Hospital peas, and greens.
MAXV1LLE Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and family Ray: ... i i them here. I! last Friday. Mrs. Lucille! Rowe I --
last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and ; s1ta R ecyw YOU'LL LOVE the new Kst.-r-;
I Mrs. B. :M. McRae filled the| also underwent surgery one day,
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and family were visitors in Jacksonville brook -!> /' fountain inl.astel.hades.
By Mrs C. B. 'olaa place of :MfI;. Louise Norman n : last week. Both are doing a? well;
Saturday. 'I 't Only $.'i8 at Bradford
son G. W. spent Friday nightin the cafeteria last week 'as -
.................... Gainesville Stork Shower while the I can be expected. ,j jI County Telegraph
with Mrs. Brown'smother Mrs. Laverne Lucas and :Mr latter was home caring for her j I: Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClisse Mrs. II. J. Moore. \Va Edna Greene entertained Saturday parents.Mr. ; and Mrs. Delores Cirmi-

and children returned last Tuesday regret that Mrs. Moore has been night at :Mrs. Lucas' home and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and i I chael and daughter Sandra attended i Are All Cold
from a vacation trip to Jackson seriously ill.Friends with a stork shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp visited i the State Fair in Tampalast

Ky. Mrs. McClisse's sister I of Mrs. A. R. Johnson I II Mrs Elouise Slade of Hampton Mr. :and Mrs. Dewey Warren and Saturday.I Remedies Alike? \
Mrs. Cora Strong sons, Allen will Games were family in Statesboro. Ga. last j i I Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe visited in No!
and regret to learn that she has I played throughout For example 666 is the wile f
and Phil, returned with them fora I I been ill and in a Jacksonville the evening and prizes were won 1 cekend. ,, Ocala last Sunday. acti\it> medicine, .hich r"nibt'>e9" 4
visit. i I hospital for several days. by Juanita Bell Ann Moslev and a 8ro o Visiting; the Leroy Normans last !: Mrs. S. F. Beard is still en the of the most effective" wdck prescribed
Stella Pheil. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy j I I sick list. We hope she is soon drugs known, 10 rriieve iMi
Specialist: 3rd lass Rudy Hig-i Miss Jewel Higginbotham was ;Norman Jr. and baby of Camp ,: well again. cold tntitTifs sooner owa m->repotent
of Fort. Eustis, Va. ill last After the honoree opened her and dr.ima
ginbotham week and missed school giu-s pusiiive : \
useful refreshments Banding! and Mr. and Mrs. Mix k- I Miss Estelle Green of Jacksm- ,, rapid relief from of .,
is enjoying a 30-day furlough I a couple of days. many gifts : tnLries W x. :>
:' were served. Those enjoying this- t lee Norman and children of Haaij- i ville was the weekend giu.it. if : of raids. That's why uw, is unsurpassed
with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson ,
occasion with Mrs. Slade, Mrs ton.Mr. I her mother, Mrs. Martha Green. in effectiveness: Try it.
"I I i Lucas and Mrs. Greene were and Mrs. E. C. Johns and I i We have been gettin some I| No other cold remedy 'x
YIo.. son Warren visited relatives in [ much-needed rain latelJjs; in can match 66fi liquid 666
Mosley, Geneva Smith, or 666 Cold T bkts. d
Stella Pheil Ann Mosley, Bette Jacksonville last Sunday. I i time for planting those extn early: i

7iIe BYS.f SIMMONS, B.S. Dennis, Mrs. Mead; Gertrude .
Slade Juanita Bell, Mary :Mosley,
Elsie Cannon and Helen Wilkin- 1 .

son.Rev. Alan Ladd pays a Kit to the headquarters of Edward G. Robinson
Percy Knight, Associational and hit
Paul Stewart, in a tense! scene from "Hell
Superintendent of the Baptist -, on Frisco Bay," coming to the Florida Theatre Sunday. I
Training Union, and a group !i
from Jacksonville Heights Church i ,I
put on a program at the- Maxvillo will be held Wednesday morning, IYYVm TTTT'TTTTYTTTYTTTII I The Officers and Directors
Baptist Church last Thursday Feb. 15, at the home of Mrs. D.

t night. B. Griffis. Bring materials to ElL B RON N ,
The ladies who Max-
canvassed make I
a ,
1t quilt top burlap rug ma- i
ville on the polio drive last week i
terial or any sewing that you Ity Airs. Anrel Norman of the
were Debbie Pnillips, Lucille Grif- wish I
to do and also bring a sand-
Areal fis, Laura Chilson and Lavern i I wich for lunch. I ........ .. .

Lucas. ,i Doss Higginbotham went to II I I I Rev. G. E. Cutshaw was guest
Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Miss I
Panama City Friday and moved i speaker at the Baptist Church KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Debbie Phillips were visitors in '
daughter and Sunday night.
son-in-law to
I .
Trades At Koch's? Jacksonville Friday.
Triplet Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson their home in Maxville. We are The pastor Rev. S. F. Beard,'
proud to welcome Mr. and Mrs.
and family visited the Educational invites everyone to come and hear

Reading from left to right .. the one in the Exhibit at the depot in Jack- Raymond to our community.Mrs. Kilgore and. family back I, the message, Noah Days Are cordially invite you to an

middle. Confusing? So is the economic I'' sonville Miss Saturday.Debbie Phillips visited C. B. Nolan and family Here," next Sunday night at 7:30.
I were called to Palatka | "The Church Using Its Sunday
with Mrs. Gladys Mann and her Sunday to
situation what with zooming prices and a chool" is the
: mother, Mrs. Saunders in Middle- attend funeral services for Mrs. name of the book .
lazy, inflated dollar which doesn't do much burg last Thursday.Mrs. Nolan's uncle, John S. McWat- being taught by the pastor as a
ters who study course each Wednesday
passed away last Tues-
visited with OPEN
Hattie Nolan HOUSEat
more work than a prewar four-bit piece. Mrs. Gertie Scully in Middleburglast day.Joe night.

We're not bothered though. We still offera Friday. Jones is able to be up and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harris of
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and about again after a recent illness. Gadara attended services here
neat complete selection of quality mer- family and Miss Jewel Higgin- Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children Sunday night.

chandise at rock-bottom prices. Our serv- botham visited in Macclenny Saturday were overnight guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae of their new bank buildingon
morning.Mr. Nolan's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Pine Level are both ill at the
ice is fast and friendly. Interested? Dropin and Mrs. Charles McClisseand Arthur Wilkinson in Jacksonville home of their son-in-law and

then. We're expecting you.ti1hhuIL,1I. Mrs. Cora Strong went on a Friday night. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. N.

combined business and pleasuere Lawrence Boulevard
trip to Jacksonville last Wednesday Now Is The Time To Plant !

Mrs., Edna Manning, Mr. and Azaleas I
; Mrs. Pat Griffis and son, Ferrell, t
; 1 Vernon, Robert and Lawrence Citrus Trees Keystone Heights, Florida

Manning of Glen St. :Mary's were *
I dinner guests of Mr. arm Mrs.
COMPLETE UNE OF DRUGS, SUNDRIES* COSMETICS Dan Hargroves and daughter Camelias : e

.PHONE 53 WE DELIVER STARKfcFlA. Sunday.Sonny Boy Griffis visited with I II I on Sunday, February 12th, 1956

his friend, Glenn Jones, in Jacksonville Peat Humas Sphagnum Moss
Sunday afternoon. Glenn Gro-Tone Magic Bloom Ily-Gro I

was injured in an automobile accident Plant Foods
Saturday night. I from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and
American Hair-Styling Academy"FEATURING family and Mr. and Mrs. Bud ALL KINDS GARDEN AND FIELD SEED i iI iI I

Waters and family of Jacksonville I i I

WELDON'S SYSTEM" and Friends family visited of Sunday.Mrs.little Dorothy Marsha Waters Waters I I I Sistrunk Feed & Seed StoreCall i

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. she is ill i
learn that
will regret to
St. Phone 39 Starke, Fla. I
at the home of her grandmother I
is offering Complete Beauty Courses FREE to those Mrs Dorothy- Waters. i .
Mrs. Randolph Crosby visited '
who qualify. Featuring Weldon's System. Located at 33 her father, B. Butler, who is ill

W. Monroe St., Jacksonville, Fla.-Phone Elgin 5-9391 in St. Luke's. Hospital, Jacksonville -
are glad that Sidney Higdonis
able to be back in school again
after several days' illness.
Ben Higginbotham who received -
an eye injury while work-
ing last Tuesday, is recovering

St.nicely Luke's and Hospital came home last Friday.Mr. from the. "BEST ITSHELD11

V3y children Jacksonville. and were Mrs.Saturday.business D. J. Parrish visitors and in E VALUE IN

Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson, :Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Silas and chil-
dren and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson of .

I t Jacksonville Mrs. J. C. Nolan visited and with family Mr.Sunday and- rn:- 1' -, ". :::RIt .:,:::; ,;:: : ;;;..;.:-.. _

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and family were visitors in Green ti .. '" lO.a. -" ..u
Cove Springs and Starke last / ,
Saturday. ) x j, ,.:
Godwin b6sa I. ,', :}
Friends of Mrs. Ada :
: rw Swc
isn't' < rTB
will regret to learn that she
well and had to be carried to the j i
American Hair Styling Academy is offering through doctor again Monday. !
J. C. Nolan was a business
instruction and training one of the most complete visitor in St. Mary's Ga. Mon- '

courses in this section. We are staffed with the best day. !

hair stylists and expertly trained instructors and technicians lish111 Friends of regret Mrs. that Florence she Par-was]: < I "" %.-

graduate Cosmeticians, under the direction of taken ill and had to be rushed to'' sa.

the management.Our a Jacksonville hospital Saturday. ,
linen shower aim Birthday Party I
Mrs C. E. Wilkinson Sr. en-I ,
patrons receive theery best in hair styling and tertained Saturday evening at her j I 1
Maxville with a linen
beauty culture at cost of materials, under instructor home shower in honoring Mrs. Bill Oliver,

lSupenisiQn. recent bride elect, and a birthday rr

supper honoring her husband.An tr .,
oyster roast and a weiner
Our management, foreseeing the changing trend. are roast was enjoyed during the

determined to offer a most comprehensive service and evening and awarded games to were Mrs.playedand W. J. I ; 4i'

have established a school that is in a class by itself, of. Bell prizes and Mrs. Wm. Oliver. Coup.

fering a service that is different, scientific stylish and Both Mrs. Oliver and Mr. Wil-

modern. We have fitted the school with the latest and kinson received many useful giftson 19th annual nationwide survey of car owners-by independent research organization-shows Mercury leads its price classas

most cultural ideas in the modern beauty styling thatis Those the occasion.present and to help Mrs.Mr.Oliver and "best value for the money." Whether you pick a Montclair, .Monterey, or Custom, you get more car in four big ways !
being offered through training. Mrs. Wilkinson
enjoy this event were Bill Oliver, ,
Charlene Wilkinson McPher- 1. NEW REFLEX-ACTION PERFORMANCEG.top.. p a--. climb, 3. NEW SAFETY-FIRST DES/GN-You ?et the ide-t choke of
of instruction in beauty Miss Nancy
Step by \step phase Wilkinson
every McPherson, Mr. and turn. THE BIG M I responds in; mitlv to your every command. adjn>/-, safety feature in the fi.IJ.t no extra cost, there's an impact-
culture is featured. The customer gets a full and com son Dexter
:Mrs. Jack Wilkinson, Mr. and instantly every road. \\ t' call it "reflex action"-a new kind of ubMtrbmp safetyleering *heel (an exclusive in .Mercury's field)

plete service. In every sense we have established a Mrs. Buford Higginbotham, Irene performance that make all your driving ea-ier. safer-and far more and triplt'- trel1 th -afety door I M.ks.: And optional features such as
modern beauty school incorporating all the essentials. and Marie Bell, Mrs. W. J. Bell
E. comfortable than ever before. .eat .*11- and padded) instrument panel.
Mrs. C.
The latest and approved devices and equipment are. being Wilkinson and sons, Mr.Jr. and and family, Mr.

used by the student operation in this school. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson and 2. NEW BIG M BEAUTY-Here i i., fresh clean, zraceful beauty for 4. PROVABLE VALUE-Here's value you can ale, aril measure!

family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wil- the young-minded.' Mercury"lines are Kmjr. -leek riiad-hug ing. Low fast 1'-1. Low operating COM- High resale value. And Merniry

of kinson and family. Ginger Can-and !\ew Flu-Tone color .t ling radiant and dramatic. You enj\ a tr.ide.inJlue ha- remained] eon-iatently high.o:: wonder Mercuryv.a << ,
Insure your future by enrolling our system and Winfred Wilkinson
non distinction that i- -lied ill ( L -. ,,.t'-.J "Ix-t value itfi l Id." Bttfr ..
of Jacksonville III THE Etc M uuiiut< Mercury"fince: < in < -ftu- (m.
beauty culture. It is a combination of better methods Raymond Faulkner and "Joae on '.que"
Sandra Rozier. Mr.
and is always "FIRST" with the latest. The students Mrs. and Roy Griffis and sons, and

who graduate from our school have an excellent stand Danny Waters of Lawtey. IMr. i

ing wherever they go and many of them are operating fami1fr.. and .Mrs.and Joe Mrs.Lucas Claude and I I For 1956- the big mom is to THE E6! iiJERC1Ylac

their own beauty establishments and are successful.Our Mosley
Greene and Mrs Mary 'I
school offers an excellent opportunity to young went to Lake Lochloosa Sunday.

people to train themselves for a work that i is highly Mr. and Mrs Randolph Crosby> I
the weekend at Mr. Buts ,
remunerate e and very popular today. lers: fishing camn at Middleburg IF F MERCURY MOTORSCourt

Home DTOwm.stration MeetingA

i work meeting! of the Max- j & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke Fla.
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,, all "' These can bt mptom.s of cd by the FaiiuiHome. Artni'intration Older Workers May .' I',' i"I.j, :, ,.. I It:

bdiiTn-. I over longei pt'I.I\. \* ,.. ,i t.' v* : 1::, t ( .11" _,
< USDA tstimate.that cat.c. to finance adjustments and 11pro'l'nunts \:. Be Entitled To I
>" ..'"' .- frum bangs disease in farming operations ime arc month* dlllmg"I.-
Some S. S. Benefits
: a' I.taled more than 58 Heal estate credit for purchaseand in which the worker! neither I.
iiiiiiini is: linlUis Approximately development of tarmh-type "' earned $SO in wages nor lender! '
S"me 6n-v.ii-old workers maybe
$.', )milion of this was in milk farms for financing soil conservation substantial service in vKn- I
passing up an opportunity to
Thfie additional :25 tho plovment he be entitle ti-
i ,1\-" was an measures and for draw Social Security benefits may !
r itniii'in >pent in replacing dairy ,, development of water supply sys- while they are still working benefit for those month II
animals sUushtered and retm'i!i Ums for farm home, livestock according to Luther G McDowall. When a worker reaches ,,_, ;j.
i .i: in tall crop. | and liTigation ate also avaIlable. district manager of the Gainesville : he may be paid his b.'n"Il's ( \ 1') \ OUR HOME COMMMNITT
\\e tre planning a testing !i I office of the social Security: i month of the year recdrdle-- -. I

By Geo. T. lluggin i tmpdixn);; soon In the meantime Marine Corps Now AdministratIOn. his earnings. McDowaU ad :I.d i
t County Agent talk to us about it or to our \"ettianaridn The Social Security off:> ,r: e I
"Workers between 65 and 72:
r4 Agricultural Extension Sr\ic Dr. Mullins The way Enlisting Men Gainesville will furnish in'o- ;I.. i- e l I I
r I who earned $2.0hO or less in 19)5may
the tion regarding the ; '. I
to help eliminate bangs in ehgibi.'v: "
become entitled to social
For Two YearsThe
future is to vaccinate young animals -' Only these payments and assis;;' m t t'e r/ '
Nitrogen: on Outs htgh.r analyses and especially a. security benefits for one or more ey It
when are between 6' filing of the necessary f<)rn,
they :
I: you have ,i good stand of high nitrogen formula. If you ap- U S Marine Corps is now months although they have not
8 months old. Dr. Mullins can
od' s oj rye and have not grazed plIefa\ complete formula last I and enlisting qualified young men for retiied Applications should Lt'
them into the ground, some nitrogen Fall to straight grass, you might !i do this for you and there is no I only two years according to filed by these workers before the

r might help One hundred want a straight nitrogen for your]' charge. | S-Sgt Harold B. Jensen the end of January 1956 in order to TRACTOR HARROWING

pounds of ammonium nitrate per I first application. Anyway you I The Soulhein state cooperating j I Marine recruiter for the Staikeaiea be paid for all months for which Double or Single Disc
acre would make a big difference figure it, don't get caught putting )i with livestock boards and Federal]I eligible," he continued Plowing and other Tractor
Hogan Smith has made such a 4-7-5 on grass pasture. Something agencies adopted a slogan "A Under announced
I a new policy Beginning': with the year 1955 Work by the Hour
an application to about 100 acies. like 9-6-6; 8-8-8, or straight' Brucellosis Free South by by Headquarters, U. S Marine' individuals under 72 being paid
With these good': rains, his oats nitrogen is for your grass Com- 1960. I Corps, men 17-26 may apply for' social security benefits may earn OVID LEWIS

and rye. should be mighty prettyto pare the cost for pounds of plant How Much LuneMore immediate assignment to active $1,200 in the year without losing 680 W. Madison St As citizens of this community, we are all t
look at. food and figure better buy. than 42 percent of ajl
your duty for two benefit checks Those ,
years. any work-
Phone interested in local So let's
needed a 356-W adopt
soils progress.
Zedra Hamilton, at Brooker. Planting Preparation :Made I year I. This new policy, however, doe ing regularly for over $2,030iIl I
hopes to have something to showa Everybody is busy now. Benches ton or more lime per acre. Calcium not change the recruiting program a consistent policy of dealing with our own I

group in a week or two. He out in front of the stores are I and magnesium were too for the regular Marine merchants and neighbors much '
37 These figures I as as possible
may be the first in our county to empty. Everyone seems pretty in percent Coips Recruit enlistments for That's Our BusinessIf
use anhydrous ammonia to oats. happy in either making prepara-I are for the state. Figure on need I three and four }ears will continueto 9 S S It's sound community spiritto
Further north it is gaining popu- tion or actually planting and for lime in our county would behigher. be accepted It's Glass We Have It! buy and bank locally.
larity. We will all know more guessing on what the future I I would guess that 51 Additional information on the I CALL WRITE or VISIT
about it in our soils before long I. holds. I feel good that I am get- per tent of all soil samples we i two year program may le had

ting enough potato and watermelon took needed a ton or more lime by consulting Sgt Jensen any Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
now.This acie. We can help you determine -I
lined to sorta help per
is a liquid form of nitrogen fields up Tuesday between the hours of 9 I
that is applied as a gas under feed the family. Eugene Crosbyat your lime needs. a.m. and 3 p.m, at the Selective ANY : FLORIDA BANK a STAR KE
pressure. It has an analysis of Brooker is even getting readyto In the last few days samples Service Board No 18. Starke.
over SO per ent nitrogen. plant melons right beside tie have been- taken for J. R Hixon i We Design Modern Store Fronts I
Waif'"lIur ira-ss hard road. Past three years Eugene to determine need for pastures !I YOl"LL LOVE the new Ester- Just Mail Us A Pattern for I Member Florida National Group

Again these good showers anda has bragged about his mel- and crops; Dorothy Alvarez to I, brook puree-size fountain pens<< in Table TODS I

few days of warm weather are ons. Last year I tasted some butI determine need for cover crops in I pastel shades. Only $3.58 at Bradford 1313 NW. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
putting/ green color into bahia. got them from his pickup which I pecan grove; and Malcolmn Hari County Telegraph.

pangolia and bermuda grass. You was parked in his yard. He seldom -i yell to determine possible need in i ...

will soon be giving some thoughtto / shows his field. i,crop, II |
an eirlv application of fer Incidentally, while talking j I:

tilizer. Might wait a few more I about Eugene Crosby he has I Bradford Farmers
days to avoid another killing cold purchased a mighty nice young
spell registered Hereford bull. He i-- 'May Apply For '56 j The bestof tasteforiIJmeI1Ag1jAL1.e

There are several plans for' justified 'in bragging on him Operating Loans 'II Ii

fertilizing grass You might like someBrucellosis. 'i
to talk to your neighbor who has. in Cattle I Farmers in Bradford county
had a good pasture or get from Commonly known to. liS as 'i may apply for the additional loan
tin some of the latest and most Bangs disease and contagious ', funds available for financing 1916

helpful practices we have pickedup I abortion. Have you had cows that operating expenses, H B. Me- ,
I failed to bring a calf or perhaps Leaish. National Administrator

You certainly want to think of ought a weak and unthrifty 1! of the Farmers Home Admmis- :

j tration the agency's has notified local representative.1 H. R. Ellis, I! e the one you know guests will

I The loans may be used to pdy(;
i wide variety of farm and home iI '
I i I operating expenses including the i welcome. the distinctive taste of Coca-Cola. No imitation

HUNDREDS I purchase of fertilizer, tractor | .
fuel\, livestock feed and seed.

of details are managed and economic I I! not Operators larger of than farms family-typo that are ,i has ever matched it. It's America's preferred taste-people buy more Coke than
attended that trained and
ally only a farms for the area may receivo
careful organization can attend when :i! loans provided they are unable !'

the urgent need for serving is at to obtain adequate credit from ': .fall other nationally-known brands of soft drinks combined.

hand. I other sources. II | !p t :
Applications be filed at
may '
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the countoffices of
I Home Administration located\ in. ,
7 Starke, Fla. Gainesville, in the Seagle Building -

': Annex or with a representative -

Funeral Director Ambulance Service who is at the County Agent's a
office in Staike, the first and ,
Our local funeral home enablea OB to offer convenience an4 third Friday of each month. '
service not otherwise available. 4Sb
All Farmers Home Administration
offices have been instructed I ?S49
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to give prompt service to all
We turnian the highest type service at lowest prices, ana loan applications. II R. Ellis

accept ANT We Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT pointed out that these loans are

company, as payment la part or In full on a funeral short-term credit designed to

Consultation carries no obligation. help farmers finance one year's :
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? YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY (H.I ll.: St ott and Ellen Holmes.Se will holdeivices! .t'.i' day Sunday. er.: an,| .in tune. Maizie D.u n'i'. 1..1.. h, 7.' e''r: .!' ," J \i.. L'.h! ,
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NEWS OF INTEREST thl'';'' lilies before Feb.12 sn The si mj i quarterly lonfereneewill M A. M1'npiiUrity[ ,.\ .,1"-. Ii- i I x :.. :.-j -.i' a C.-c ;\ .'.'- ; ; i: .' i1 \i .'j"; '.\ r.i: ii- \\ -
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t- 1// nt-: : jga.i.- > .i.' Toppear M !I"' :\" d!
n.it :your name will appear on that : be held on Friday night with Contest .lit tuv .t S. .,.. liaiijfl, ( *V'rt ..!. t T. I.eah! >.;">'.:i K'h"'e! i up. x. "'t..e N '. Ji.!" !
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,- :or the party. The affair will i Elder Bowhs in chaige: visitors. The p"pulafltyone: ai.d v m and (..,!h of i-: A\tiiu. .
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By ()iori J. ,S1U; -tan at 8 p. m. There will bo j members of11.. Pisgah Church.I Pisgah A :\I.E"Churl.'h ol and: at'I.. I..-.-. iv.- KalJr, : T7. -J: I! Onio.You < 12. T.':. Wi.Iuu and adlre'j J K.: )J.lrp': v 1 !,i' < ?.

flhu: games. dancing and fun I Sunday at 10 am.. ElderBowie. Starke and Mt.- Zion A.M.E., r.t-ah IVaxtin.KalI I.---.I-, Ka! si K-ith: Kal h. are hereby'notlf:: I M.at a .-'It: Y'I ..-e hereby notified, th.it a
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TTTTVYYTTTYVYTTYTTTTYVVT'IMK rvvvvyyyTvyvyvv'yyvvvyv f..r'eryone. one, come all '! will visit the Sunday Church of Green Cove Spring*!1 ;' Fe.-t.-rs, MarsiK-u- i'i! ', \V.. ''. .IIi 1 h.is been filed aganyi' ;in the .. .
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and have ball.Deulah School and review the lesson. He III terminate the sV llar \\ third ,
,, a Sundayin
( :( sing; ii UJK High School I.U.ullUIIl. Kalcli. are defendantthat :he1br.I.rl you are required ti -t-r\e a of hat teen filed' against! y.u In t- |
'I 1 ;.. I UJE J rio-vu.ce them tiainedI I',nut.rn t0 jine and dan& '. There Lennon, reporter. will deliver the evening message April at Mt. Zion. UlyssesClark .: :, | V In'lvt-tl in ."-at.tUlt 1S your answer <.pUading: copy tthe al>u\e anted Court and cau-e a:. I I|
siiuatiin Bradford you are repaired to serve a copy .f i
Ci-unty I'lor.da
c.implaint the Pl.lr ';
I : E. lmlJt t. music :;upern- I \\ la be plenty of barbecue and Xniigu:;: :JMiijjers:;: To Apwar| alIen Chapel. During the afternoon is the contestant for Mt.. aid d"-rih..d as: William.n& Putih. i. Ih.x 15S. your ai.M\er or pleading to it ? i

.- .! .iip.-ai"eil; at Allen ChapelA drinks. The Bradford County Teachers :I hour the Auxiliary of Pisgah and he is asking all of, S\Vi4 nf XE',: and X'jf XK'l; !':ark... Florida {mplaitit c'n the Plaintiff's" At.'r-v! !
: of NW1-4 of Ttion .l.ivepli! !: K Skipper. 11 IT iT.tie
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A \ : Church on Sunday, Feb. Rev. Alphonso Jenkins left Association is sponsoring Amigo American Legion Post 314' will his friends to help him win. Pre. S.. R. 22 E.. and. and file the original Tn the officeof Huilding. Jatksonviilt.!: :2
I render the church Elder A. W. I I'umiiieni.'inir :!IO fft \\'*-t of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court onir F.uriJa. I
-, :3.: 0 The speaker Singers, radio and television a1'tists. a program at siding Bowles will] before the 20 "f .
.it > p. m. guest this week to go to the bedside of :" otiiliea C'THfr of Seo I U. day February.l&rt"
Twp. and file the original! In the 'ff---:
of at rUE cafetorium. m. I to benefit Captain Bass. who is ; hold his second quarterly eonS. 7 S. II. 2J 1'I ; otherwise the allepatft-n! of
v t:, Joseph Greene, teacher his sick brother in Asbury Park p. : A POINT ('!- said C mplt-nt I 1- of the Clerk of the C.rcuit Court
1 'I Feb. 26. Tickets I j trying to be the winner in the' ferenre at Mt. Pisgah on SundayFeb. TlKtilXXINiS. and llu'nre run w.i tak* n a? 'Jr before the
., and eighth grade at Sunday are now confessed !by .
I X J. Members and friends of his i \\ ''*I :240 feet lln-nce run Xortii YOll.Tbis .
| that will end the third 12. The Iwl''. .. '.. ill t e .! 'h..d 2-i day ..f ..1.: :a.'n' !' ':
UJK: The group thrilled the au- church are praying for immediate -' on sale and may be purchasedfrom Rally on | pastor and members I :210 I fft. tht-nce run East :240 once I'a. h ".... k f ,- f ; i: ,otherwise the 1I1I..ga'tI..ns! of sail
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.lu'.i, twith many renditions es-i. recovery of his brotht'r so hQ any teacher or student. The I Sunday. A very rich program b. of Allen Chapel will be present.. said puint thence of run bfeinnine.South 210 situate feet to weeks In tI.. BraHJ: ',. .t' v '1.Icgraph. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Remaiks is in the being planned for listening1' and the 'm the f'nimunity of by you.
the spirituals. to I I program being sponsored your : public is invited. Hampton.
ptially return us.
can .
Florida; ii th." I '1.\ i J. : This notice shall be publishedon
,.cio, made by the Pastor, Rev. Adult Education: j, interest of Bradford County Hos] pleasure. Plan now to attend. Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m., that the relief sought the .' t.. .... each week for four 'n'l'cul1\
'' Mt. Moriah Methodist Church. > is partl- (Official iai; ihsrI". A. fl4rby weeks in the BKAPVuKI: ) COUNTY
I:. J. Washington; complimenting Thus is the last month that' pital. We are expecting to see I Rev. G. G. McAithur and his tit n of said property: and you are (1.,1i rf th" ,'.t'uit ,',..111'1By TELEGRAPH.i' .
the i all of you on Sunday February 2fi Rev. D. W. Demp's will hold regu- i. required to appear in said Court :Maria I. ,', ..-:. '. I''-,,,,, "IforkI .
the participants on program Adult Education will be open if ] congiegation will\ worship with 11and I : rause and to serve a copy of : v ( .. I i I" : ;: ,\- 'f i ,.. t"-
i'nnripai, E. Thompkins also the attendance does not improve. :i at 4 p. m. Make this a "red letter lar seivices all day Sunday starting Mt. Pisgah. Sunday night at 7:30,, your answer or pleadings to the I 2') 4' 2OhI : OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
[ Complaint on the plaintiffatt"r Clerk of the Circuit Court.
with School. -
thanked the participants and pa. Come out tonight and get some I i dite"' on your appointment book.C. Sunday Supt.V. Mt. Pisgah111 worship with Allen ney. II..His V. Knight wh...e ,..1- \ ( i: 1C.1"1: \ I I' Mi ai L i'r -. > hiepusCI..' "
Ions who made the collection of | instructions on "How To :Make: ; C. Anderson. president: Mable \ Brooks in charge. :Mrs.: M. E.i Chapel. :idrevs i Ii. tark... Florida and to file III ( Irriiil liiurl lI.a".u" t oQa',. 1. -J 4t 2,13

This will be donated Jenkins, reporter. Roberts will have charge of the the original in the office of the
si"possible. Out Income Tax Forms.,, Several Clerk of Circuit Court. "a1on or
Williams for ;' music that will be furnished by 'before the 5th dav of Mar.-h if.* .
Homer been secured Polio Still
tn Captain practice forms have Reports Incompt..t -' t
otherwise the allegations; ,;i
the Founder's Day rally that will from the post office and will be I Ipasst'd The reports from schools coin !j i Choir No. 1. Holy Communion ,, In The C'irruit .. I complaint will he taken as uonfcsed --
Court f
third The Mothers :} be served by the pastor during '..... Ilrnilfurd l.y you.
ml on the Sunday. out to persons who attend. collectors, peanuts and ( .h' Florida:
,, the evening worship hour, whilei In ( hum-err Thi notice shall he publlsh..t'I SCREEN IN THE PORCH
highlights of Mr. Greene's address The class will meet in the HJE March to this point total $$181.50 (',...e X(). 1/IlOI/ 'I'I ( each week for four eonsecutive I
emphasized the love of a Library at 7:30: p. m. Come one according to a check by Miss ;i i I Love Feast will be administered KTHKr. HODrr.:;: '. reeks in the lradford Count
the morning worship. Lay Plaintiff' TrlfRraph. a duly qualified new 6CREEN WINDOWS TOO
mother which ie-emphasizfd the come all! Don't worry about mont'y. Sara E. Barefoot thairman of j.1 duiing \' paper published in said (".lint)'. ,
Sunday Sehooi lesson: "Jesus I the Bradford County Chapter of .I Leader, Leona M. Royal, is ask- ; I.F.Jy KAI.CH. JI!.. et al. Ordered and issued this 2' th I
all members and ; lJ..f.lan'. ..dav of .lanuarv. 1956. j DEFY THE BUGS
ing cap-
Teaches Graditude. I 1TA & I lobby Club Chit Chat j NFIP. A final check will be made :I ORDER OP I'I'OUC\no, AMI (nFFICIAI. !''OFTII.JU .)
American legions Meet The regular monthly meeting of'' by Mrs. Nina Bishop Andrews.,, tains to do their full duty and \cnu'lTO: AfPKtli ::-; \. PVP.P.Y.
I mak. round reports. We regret TilE !'T.TIfW KIjOKII'.V TO- Clerk of the i"I". nit I'oint ..fRI WE BE/ICLOTHE
Post 314, commanded by Ike RJE was held on Thursday Feb. who is general campaign chair- i j i Helen {.ennett ami Kucone':: A. Rennet ailf.u, d I'.untv, Florida
Kelly and the Auxiliary, commanded 2. by special announcement from man for 1956. RJE reported $85.- :i I the lecent illness of Rev. Roosevelt i of South IVn.l. Indiana win.i .-.- C '. 41 ? to'l1n W64P4T ( -rIJ -
i is 'IIEW
I teachers and (tlrwiM iink
by Pauline Marshall met Principal Thompkins. The meet- i 85: in a final check Monday by I j:' Dell one of our Inanita nankins and Michael h.wn llan-: \ : TO .PPr: thl !
I I church. .
RJE school last Sunday. Both Eddie Thompkins. He i ministers of the kin nf 1-inMnsr.i Michigan wlii.sc In Circuit Court, -
at ing was called to order by Presi-I Principal [ residence is llradfiird County, 8/LL -
Rev. Howard unknown
'groups had new members. In the I dent Sophia RoyaL After devotions added that a ft'more student j i Fiist Born Church, | Leah Kalch M> Feelers. mid R: I n Florida: ID C'hancrry. i .
pastor had services all day. | AferV'TS whose resulenep (! Kni.-inii-l:' ; Jam.K.nh.i, :- 1'i.nnt.ff.PEST ; 1.
male group most of them were I the financial report was cards are expected to come in Virginia is raton .
I tide high ; Cleon Pannepaokei,
being re-instated. Ozora Shell made to Secretary Pauline Mar I during this week. Coin collectors The spiritual was very I and if. married his unknown! wiff, .
I with the singing of Sister "h.iM residence I is -+,
member. She and' angelic 13;$ V. Slate !St. ,
the female Bernice Beauty Shop
was new shall. A.t'ry satisfactory collection from New town Pennsylvania Karl
Angels. ; If.
was welcomed to the group by was made in an effort to Paul's Store and another report Smith and the singing I Zeigler. whose res CONTROL
Marshall and willfully be March boosted the Sister Mary Malone and friends Creek. Sevrn.i Park. Mars lan.l; _,
President payoff the balance due on the from Mother's withus. I Joseph C'. Zeiitler.: whose resiilenre .
initiated during this month. piano. The. next project is helping total to $270 just before this re of Jacksonville worshipped i H Cypress Creek St>\I'rna Park. TERMITESALL t
The second Sunday is Maryland and If married his unKnown -
Both groups made a splendid purchase curtains for the lease. pastori-I. wife: Karl II Zeiel-r Jr.
contributions, to the recent March cafetorium stage. I| Card Of Thanks al Dy and the pastor whose residence i is S"verna Park.
all members to be present for I Maryland. and whose mailine" aIdress GROVE SPRAYING -
# of Dimes. j Once again the PTA is making The family of the late Moses i i is P. O. IOT 30?!. !Sevein.i, $

\\inner*....ur IUK Contest a plea to the parents whose attendance j: and Katie Williams wish to express will services.be rendered An after-service by the Evangelic program I Park.unknown Maryland wife: and and if all married unknown hi* Florida Pest Control RKE1i1WJ

On Wednesday Feb. 1. at 10 a. is at a standstill to their gratitude and sincere ,persons claiming any interest in the _
contest for Miss RJE elementary II Gospel Singers composed of I hereinafter de-Jcrided. priI.-rlv a' & Chemical Co.
the and
m. join us and help make our school thanks to the neighbors
Brother Robert L. Williams and' the heirs jrantecs.creditor.':: ." r.rolh..r I [ ; BUILDERf fUPPLIEf (
and high terminated.The w hat it should be. Remember an \ friends for the many j I claimant"I I". through undr I'hone Franklin 6-6033

elementary queen will be individual cannot be better cards sympathy others. On the fourth Sunday the or against the following knnwnperson" 24V.: W. I6th Ave.
any I. telegrams'l I who are dead to-wit' Wil
Deloris Jenkins, reporter for the than his enviroment. Only the dolence, flowers and Gabriel Trumpet Spiritual Singers liam KaUhreuter, also known a* Calnesiilie, Fla. &t $ & 1J' at'A.L.t

7ih: grade class taught by Leona parents can put the wholesome Special thanks to American of Ft. Pierce will appear in William Kalfh. also Kalch.known deceased:as JW:! Lee Kalcli Rov Call for estimate

Iloyal while the high school things in the enviroment whichare gion Post 314 for the fine service -,j recital at the church. You are Letitia uIeeea'e4: Clifford Ka kh. deceased: .
ker deceased Ven
queen will be Emma Louise Kelly, needed to make our childrenfit rt'nder'd.Iay God Bless you I all :
welcome to visit our church at
10th grade, taught by Rev. Roosevelt to contribute to society. Are all. Signed: : -
Dell. Each winner had over times. Don't miss tht'se'ry special -.I Ii
you going to continue to let our The Family II i

5100. The faculty decided that children down? Let us attend Church :New programs. Elder F. Howard. ]i Ii I

the money would help to providea i PTA and join hands to help them Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. Rev. pastor: Sister W. strong reporter. '

substantial down payment on ''I better serve their friends parents, E. L. Walker pastor will hold i The Most Appreciated Gift;

th.. stage curtain which will be teachers God and our country. services Sunday with Presiding Heroines Of JerichoA

the next PTA project. Principal I Sophia Royal President, Frances Elder Bowles in charge. This will I receivedby Is The USEFUL .
letter was recently Gift
Thompkins thanked all teachers Jenkins, reporter. be the second quarter for th conference i

and students for the fine cooperation Chit-Chat Hobby Club of Thurs- year. At 10 a. m. Sunday 1 Worthy Matron M. Barnes

given in the drive, and for Grand Lecturer Janie F.
ton Elementary school, Lincoln School; at 11:30: a. m. sermon by from 1

the most part classes made *prp-1 City is sponsoring a Valentine the Presiding Elder. Visitors will Cannon congratulating the Starke

sentative reports. The coronationwill party. The party will be held include members of Allen
Chapel Court for the very fine work
be held soon and promise to Tuesday. Feb. 14 at the school. !
Church. During the evening wor- Gifts
to this for the
being done. According whole
be a colorful affair. Watch this All persons interested in participating ship a Gospel Quartett will render 'round
message she will visit with the year
for the date.
paper are asked to bring $1 to a program to which the public -
Valentine's! Ball the school before Sunday. Feb. 12. is cordially invited. I I temple on Feb. 15.; C p. m. at I

Come one. come all to the pre- so that refreshments can be pur- Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. j I the Masonic Hall. All membersof I

St Valentine Day ball, Feb. 11, chased. The collectors are :Mrs.: Rev. R. J. Washington pastor. the court are asked to be pres-

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!1 Dr. Andrew V VVVVVVV1vyyyyvyyyy r.' overed I
Gih i from a tw u weeks seigei Reddish. this week. week
BOOT V i of virus Dan in Jacksonvil.t-; with Mr. was very dry with higr::
To BROOKER Starhnp, who has been and
Conduct a Mrs.
Series i Allan Lewis mine homo from' Robert Carlton. : winds prevailing. When the,-.,
patient in Riverside
Hospital for
At Tabernacle the ho.-jp.:.i. :-. Like Eu'ie! : Sun- : /ICHIJlCMIi Ir Sirs. t;. 15. (atIenI day. Leona Edwards were Mrs. L. L. normally would not burn beoon-".
Friday He i* greatly
*&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACelebrates improved Wainw right and children highly inflammable and f
r I of the, jre*:
I Soirv to hear that : and
Barbara I hopes to be about his business -
I State
I; Birthday : Jean Green cracked the bone ir.. I II 1 in a few days. Carl Farm and lr and Mrs |, fire hazard greatiy increaseIIIWAV I
I II Edwards
Sharon Harrell was the mspira-i I her left arm at school Fndav. Mr and Mrs. and daughter, Linda i ii
Henry Hill of .
of Gainesville.
,: '.on for a lovely party in honor I I Little Allen Green, and Jane Jacksom'ille'isited Mrs. ,, CH\PFL
Methodist Church I (Presbyterian Church if her 8th : I GeorgiaAnn i The L. P. Rafuse family visited (.s'.enihuie*. of God)
birthday at com and Muriel :Mann are also sick Sapp last week.
i Mrs Alma | Sunday School. 10 a. In M'>rt.-
Robert Sommer Minister Carle- Dyal in Hampton Sun- ,
rnunity center last Saturday The this week and Miss Lubedia :Stork
,, :ho\ver
FndaAdult Choir
'ot Stevens. Associate Minister.j prat table was covered with ing Worship 11 am Exansjelwt
I a lovely Pinholster is still ill. day.Mrs.
I very j Mrs. Charles '
tue 8pm : ., cloth Starling was given :: Carrie Service. 7:30 p m.
: and
'e white Casque's
Thunh: School. 9:45: a. m :Morn- glads were Mr. and :Mrs.: E. B. Crosby have a shower by Mrs Obed daughter,
SundaSchool, 9:4j: ;: a. m !" used in decorating. A bubble Pauley, Mrs Leon Fletcher of Tuesday Informa. PiavcService
iij}; Worship 11 a. m., "The Chris- gum I been keeping their grandchildren Mrs James Starling and Mrs Eroxton. 7.30:
Morning Worship: "It's Up to i hunt started the party off with a ,,: Ga, spent the weekend with Mrs. p. II.
un Family. The while their mother. Mrs. James Joe Starling last
nursery supervised Us, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship Friday eveningat Gasque and Thursday Midweek l't'.t.ing r-
hang and William Harrell won the I Ii son L. Mrs. Fletcher -
mothers, will be i Crosby of Gainesville, is recuperating the JOt
by young 6 p. m. Mary and Betty Jean Starling hOme. There tarried Service 7:30: p m
i, prize: for finding the most. pt'g-I I,, her mother home
op -n for younger children. Evening Schmitt and Glenda Starling hostesses. Coram from an operation. Las', were about 40 present to enjoy : with her for an extended Siturdav Chris: \:iilvi-.- .

Topic 7:30 p. m., "Baptism j i I Evening Worship, "The gv lothes won the prize in the week the youngest one had to be this party with Mrs. StarlingMrs. visit .ims i \"II"" :-n.. .i s. ,-, ,' 7l

and Temptation." The Chancel Heroine Who Was A Traitor i pin game that was played j jI i iI rushed to the doctor for a few Donald Bennett and sons l p m

Choir and Youth Choir will offer 7:30 p. m. Special music by I later Pop corn and cokes wereserved stitches in his forehead as a result of Miami visited Mrs. Troy Bennett I' Alan Ladd StarsIn
to the 26
who at-
special music at these services. Junior Choir. tended. guests I of riding his tncicle off the I and Gary on Sunday. Mrs Melodrama

Senior and Intermediate Youth Tuesday Circles of the Worn front porch. i I Bennett was called home because ,

Fellowship 6:15: p.m. Fellowship en of the Church will meet at 8 ,, 'Rev Padgett Honored The Bill Terrys enjoyed a picnic of the serious illness of her father Coming To Florida"Hell

Rev C. F. Padgett was honored : Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Van Patel.
Supper group meetings. p. m. as follows: Circle 1 with 'II
Wednesday, 3:30 p. m. Chil I Mrs. J. R. Kite; Circle 2 with v ith a surprise birthday dinner' Colbert Land and sons and Chri We are sorry to report that on Frisco Ba\ '' .i n.-w
.t his home Jan 29. Those attending Mra Blame melodrama starring Alan Laid
dren's Story Hour. Prayer Service Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. at the I Land of Gainesville. Teston is ill at her
__ : were Mr. and Mrs E E'I home Edward G. Robinson and .Joanne-
and Bible Study, 7:30: p. m. State Farm: Circle 3 with Mrs Harry and Georgia Edwards of '
Stokes and family Mr. and Mrs Dru comes to the Florida Theatre
Thursday Youth Choir practice W. S. McAhley. Dr Andrew Gih. one of China's lr.1 Gainesville: visited Mrs. Alice Ed- : J. C. Prevail and family of
I I Harry Bleasdale and family, Ocalaeie Sunday for a three-day run
6:30:: p. m. Chancel Choir Wednesday Junior Choir most outstanding evangelists, will and Mrs. Everett Padgett and fam wards and son Coy Saturday. ; Sunday guests of Mr. I It tells the adventures of an ex-
Mrs. Carl
practice, 8 p. m. practice 3:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting speak in a series of meetings at ily. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davis of Rev and Mrs. S. F. Beard of I and Prevail. police officer who is framed for

Special Prayer Services on 7:30 p. In. lhe Gospel Tabernade in Starke.I I Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I Heilbionn and Mrs. Virginia The Law-ley Junior High basket murder -- murder that ets Iff
ley of Crystal Lake were Sib-I ball team won 40-27 in a
Thursday and Friday nights at 71 I Thursday Monthly supper I Feb 13-19, nightly at 7::30 p. m. i Parrish of Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Eodwards Friday. with game a long series of waterfront kill!

clock the New Life meetings meeting. Men of the Church, 7:30p. : !i J. J. Cowart of Heilbronn, Mr. and Macclenny Thursday evening .
o for He is the founder and president ings.Ladd S
those They were defeated
Among attending TljeTampa Friday
m.At Mrs A. Z. Padgett Mr. and Mrs. i
which begin at the 11 a. m. serv- of Evangelize China FellowshipInc. Fair were Winston Kelly. I evening by the B Squad Of Brad plays the role of he em

ice. Feb. 19. These prayer servo ., and is well known in Amer- Lloyd Padgett and family, and Mr. Wilbur Barry, Ternll and JohnGret'n. ford High School. ., bitted ex-cop in his relentless
and Mrs J. W. all of
The TabernacleThe Padgett
search for the truth while Ed- _
ica for his -
ices last 30 minutes. "We urge dynamic presentation Brooker. and Miss Iris Ann and Wayne Thomas. Mr and Mrs. Jack Pons and
of the Gospel. Gaineyof ward G. Robinson once again assumes
you to come and help us build a chalk talks given at the of Starke. i! Wallace Parrish of Palatka was family of Tallahassee were weekend the role of a tough
While in the U. S. last year. :Mr.: Mrs. Parrish guests of her Mr. gang
general intensity of the Tabernacle week Surprise j visiting and Guy parents leader who rules
prayer I'artyJames
during the past i 'I with force and
j Dr. Gih spoke at the 3rd Inter- and Mrs. Bryant Reddish.
spirit for Dr. Allen Moore and all by Fred B. Crowell of Culpepperhave national Christian Leadership j Harrell was pleasantlyrurpnised !'I and family Sunday. i violence The lovely Miss Dru is /
been and instruc- when Mrs. C. L. Atksinson was the Edwin Padgett of Highland cast Ladd's
our efforts to make these New interesting Conference held in the Washington. I Saturday night a. as night club singer _
tive. Monday night Mr. Crowellwas group of friends came over to his I i dinner guest of Mrs Mallory visited his uncle and aunt, Mr.
D. C. He returned to America
Life Meetings a great spiritual wife.The
house Thomas:; Sunday. That afternoon Mrs. Ed Carter on Sunday.Mr. .
I with Rev. Fred Dodd at the to wish him a happy birth- ; climatic scene is a fighi
after holding meetings in
success among U3, the minister Indoor I I they visited Mrs. Iva McKinney and Mrs. Floyd Martin of
Wednes- day.
Long Bridge Church and Philippines Hongkong, and For games were playedand between Ladd and Robinson that

said. day and Thursday nights at the i mosa, and for the past four enjoyed by the 14 guests in Starke. Daytona were weekend guests of promises to keep theatregoers on

Trinity Bible Church in Lake Butler ent. Refreshment were The Bradford. Union and Ala- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hicks and the edge of their seats.
'months in Ireland, Wales Scotland pres'I'I
the hostess. Mrs. C. B. chua Sing will te at the South- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford. 'a
Britain, Germany. Norway, I
| Mr. and Mrs.
Th Sunday morning Bible I and Switzerland. I Mrs. A. Z. Padgett entertained I II | side Baptist Church in Gainesville Claude Rowe

Now Open School lesson on "Things to Be i Dr. Gih has been actively engaged for her daughter. Marcia, who was I Sunday. visited Sunday.Mr. Ben. Rowe in Jacksonvilleon Florida Is ThirdIn

Thankful For" was beautifully illustrated Chinese -I 14 last Saturdav. About 37 guests I Mr and Mrs. J. A. Molt are
I in helping the Free and :Mrs: Joe and
with colored chalk by and his came to help Marcia celebrate nd the proud parents of a son born Starling Forest Fires
Formosa opinionsj
SMITTY'SBARBER I on I daughter. Geraldine. and Mrs. Z.
Mr. Crowell. The 11 a. m. mes- had a wonderful time. Feb 7 at the Alachua General
j led
I conditions there has many I I Muse visited Mrs Florida
May Muse ranked third
in highest in
sage was brought by Rev. G. E. to I R. F. Gano who was 69. was Hospital.
| radio and television programs [ St Luke's
Hospital Sunday after the South in Forest fires and acreage
SHOP Cutshaw of Greenville, Tenn. request personal interviews. ( honored with a family dinner Sun- Mrs Lottie Edwards spent th< noon. burned .
Rev. R. E. Morse of I Those Mr. and in December ai'i ord-
Sunday night clay. present vvei e weekend with her sister in Jack-

Court Street Opposite Spring Lake, Mich. occupied the : )Irs. M. M. Gano and children of sonville. I Recent Wedding ing to a recent survey.
.vvyvvyyyqyvy'vyVVVVYHAMPTON I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wolfe of 1'he Florida Forest Service reports : PI
pulpit. St. and Mr. and Mrs.
Court HouseS Augustine .. and J. 11.
I :Mrs. L. I Paiker Maxville announce the that 714 forest fires
marriageof burned
The public is invited to a seriesof I O. R. Gano and family of Swan WE're'i'iting Mrs. Ida
I Sowell their daughter Mary to Eugene ever 11,348 acres in this state
meetings starting Monday, Feb. I Lake.
YOUR PATRONAGEWILL Craig Newberry; Tuesday. Starling, son of Mr. and during December. Georgia led the
13, at 7:30 m. conducted by I I Mrs. Aubrey Hazen. chairman of I '
BE GREATLY Evangelist Andrew p. Gih. By Sirs. D. 1'':. 11111 the Polio Drive. wishes to thank I. Friends of :Mrs.: R. E. Hazen Mrs. Nathan Starling. The ceremony nation with 873 fires over 7.648 I __ $

APPRECIATED I, I| the following ladies who helped in I will be glad to hear that she isnow was performed by Judge T. acres while Louisianna reported -
I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAStork with EnterpriseFabrics A. Yawn at the courthouse in 800 fires
employed over 12,000
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH this campaign: Mrs. H. C. Douglas.Mrs. acres.
I' Shower I in Gainesville.Mrs. Starke on Jan. 28 in the presence I The 11-stale survey, conducted '
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Wilson Green Mrs. G. W. .
D. H. SMITH Preaching 11 a. m. Training I Fete Mrs. Sladc I Davis Mrs. Ruth Mizell and Mrs. Minnie Hazen has just of Misses Bonnie Starling and by the Southern Pulpwood Con- .

Mrs. Avory Slade was guest of leturned home after spending Mary Ella Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. servalion Association of Atlanta,
Union, 6:15: p. m. Preaching, 7:30 |'E. B. Castlen. The total contribu- QIII-V
Owner & Operator p. m. Midweek Prayer Meeting, honor at a stork shower Satur- tion was $130. i several days with Mr. and Mrs. Stalling are making their home showed a total of 5,720 fires in ,

7:30 p. m.Lacy Conway pastor. day evening Feb. 4, at the homeof Miss Annett Green student at M. F. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs.V. in Maxville.Mr. I December, burning over 69.708
Mrs. Joe Lucas, Starke. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of acres.
her sister. V. Hazen in
the U of F is being sponsored by:
I in Maxville. the Emma Reeves Beauty Shop in :j Visiting the R. H. Green family St. Augustine were guests of I The survey indicated that DeCHARLEY fl.95

I Following games and opening the National Beauty Queen. the I Sunday were Mrs. Zada DeBase Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and I .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

: of gifts, refreshments were served II contributions will go to the Heart : Lee Gret'n.Ir.:: and Mrs Joe !>Ir. and Mrs. Carl Carter last I = jlt I
to approximately 15 guests. Mrs. Fund. The Queen will be crownedat Chrittenden. Junior Shaughnes- With

: C. M. Greene assisted :Mrs. Lucas a dance to be given at the I II !lr\'. John and sally Surrency all Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford i, / L Trade

i of'Gainesvillt'. Rev. and Mrs. and family recently moved into I
STARKE, FLA. : as hostess. I Moose Club in Gainesville, Feb. 17. !
i Jacksonville. and their beautiful new home on the :,
Charles E. Thomison, former Good luck, Annett. (j'j'I Fred Green of

chief police of Truth or Consequences -I j Rev. C. B. Stallmgs attended the Helen Kelly of New River. Raiford road. j 1
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor I of I at the Mrs Bessie Brannen of Jacksonville Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville 'i FOR THIS NEW10.8CU.FT.HOTPUINT
1 New Mexico, spoke on District Mission meeting
I : Thursday with spent the weekend with her 1
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town "Juvenile Delinquency" at Hampton -, first Baptist Church in Palalka| spent ; '
Mr. and
H Gieen.Mr paienls. Mrs. H. C Har
Mrs: R. !
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 i Baptist Church prayer meet- Monday. ;I Mr. and and !
I I ingWednesday evening. Mr. II Rev. and Mrs. Stallings had as ] and Mrs. Roy Green ley.Mrs. -- -
visiting :Mr. and Leila Mae Hiatt and Mrs. Model EH 105
'! Thomison also showed a film during their overnight guests Thursday ; family were
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. the meeting. I Mr. Reeves of Tifton. Ga. Mr. ,j ji Mrs. J. T. Taylor and wm and Edna Wainwright of the State

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. Mrs. Otis Foisyth and children !i! Reeves is directing the GardenI I :Mr.: and Mrs. L. E. Tindall in Farm Mr.were and Friday Mrs. Bryant dinner Tucker guestsof A Full-width frtcxir, 49-lb.
!I II '! Sunday.
Club minstrel. Palatka ..._ capacity
of Jacksonville B >ach visited I
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. 1 with the FOrS.ths,1 I I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richard i I Mrs. J. A. Parrish o! t'alaKaI I in Fernandina. This was Mrs.Tucker's I u.JIr; S Four doer shtlvti, extra
families last !I!! Hough of Jacksonville were visit- I was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I I birthday anniversary. ,1t dp.. room for tall bottle

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at .I Knight and Charon I ring Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prescott Guy Parrish and family last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Buck Cassels of on lower MIl

weekend. I Doshie Prescott Sunday. '( [Hawthorne spent Sunday with E. i S loomy full-width en,,., k
11 Regular Broadcast 1 and I and Mrs. JOHNS & SON
a.m. 5
Every 3. Sunday. Robert Cox and
Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Strick- .|I Mr and :Mrs.: G. H. Davis Mrs. Cossels' parents, Mr and strong, sturdy
daughter had as Sunday guests j : visited the Ardell Ho- Mrs. Guy Futch. about this questionA .
land of Gainesville were visitingMr. I Heady new meek shell
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner and wards Lake City Sunday. Mrs. Cassie Core and family of I store small Hems
Sun in
Ii and Mrs. H. C. Douglas I
son of Hawthorne.Mr. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Macclenny are visiting Mrs. Effie I bottle of ginger ale exploded : S Fv .wlclth chiller tray-extra

and Mrs. Purvis Green of | day.Mr and Mrs. A. D. Martin of Russ Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. I Boatnght and family. in a shopper's basket I' fr left storage

"CHRIST Precious To the Believer" Heilbronn visited Saturday with !' Waldo visited the R. F. Ganos Fri- I Earl Gorden and family of Palat. The St. Clair Griffis family and she was seriously cut by S Porcelain interior in new

Mrs. Ina Knight and son Ronnie. ka, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ well' Sunday dinner guests of Mr. the flying glass. She is suing i color-styling.
Will Be Pastor's Sermon Subject Sun.. 11 A.M. Frank Brown of Hampton as1accepted I Mrs Eva Shaw and daughter of and Linda Brookins of Hamptonand and Mrs. Diamond Luke in the Market for $8000 for

a position with the Gordon I Leila Ches- Mr. and Mrs Thomas Jonesof I Starke. As Little Ast
Gainesville and Mrs. medical expenses and dis- Pay
Blitch Co. of Jacksonville, Gainesville : James Waters was a business
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and daughter of La Crosse
ser figurement.
What kind of in-
accountants and began work Thomases Sun- !I 1 I The Lubedia PmhoLster! CircleI visitor to Kissimee on Sunday. ;
visited the Benny I
Hampton. Florida there last Monday. I I I of the Brooker Baptist Churchi Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore and surance can a storekeeperbuy $ .45A

A Mr. and Mrs. Ed Silcox and i day.:Mr. and Mrs H. F. Townsend of I i will meet Tuesday night. Feb. 14.I son. Freddy, visited Mr. and Mrs to pay medical costs, '

granddaughter Linda Kay, of I Dade City spent Saturday night 1 i at the home of Mrs. G E Green.v.VVVVVVVVVVVVVV'. \ David Moore in Jacksonville Sunday damages, and handle all legal Week

Sunday School 10 A.M. Heilbronn visited the Joe For- !with Mrs. Groover Thomas. I I evening action?
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce had !
:Morning Worship 11 A.M.:\ syths last w eekendHIGHLAND i, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Starling Jr. I as recent guests Marvin Cruce of i i

Training Union 6:30 P.M. ............... .......i and visiting family Mr. and of Jacksonville Mrs. Bill Genevor were ,I; LAWTEY'\ Fort Mrs. Robert Stewart,Carlton Ga., and and Mr.son and of :| Charley E. Johns %WINKLERElectric

: and Mr and Mrs Woodrow Thomas 1.
,. Evening Service 7:30 P.M. : and family last weekendMr By Mrs. Joe T. Putin Jacksonville Service
Mr and Mrs. V. L. Starling and
"Hour of Power" Wed. 8 P.M. Thomas of Gainesville j jI i family have returned to their Son AgencyPhone

Uy Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Janet with Mr. and'I Mis John Shuford, and Dave. I home here after spending two 234 N. Temple Ave

: spent Saturday night i had as weekend guests Mr. and I weeks in Stai ke with Mrs Alma '

MARVIN E. FAILE, Pastor I && i[ Mrs. Benny Thomas Sr | Mrs. Joe Shuford and family and I Starling. 13 Starke, Fin.mYYYYYVYVVVVYVVYVYVVVV. Phone 166 Starke. Fla.
II :
Norman; H. H. Wait has gone to
Leonard Mrs.
I Mr and Mrs
j Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford all of Mrs Marvin Crure spent last
I viete in Jacksonville Saturday to Cranford N. J. to bring back with i iI St. Augustine.

to I Mr. and Irs. W. E. Woodin, IMU -.-
getheir daughter Evelyn her their : Winton Parrish is a patient in ____*.__________ ___________ ___
the weekend here with her parents. who will!! make
..- spend :I St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville.

home folks. home here. ,I i We hope his stay there will be
Mrs Zettie Padgett spent last Kenny Wait and Wallace Bulgerof i I short.
the N Y. and Dale Dar-i OPENS FEBRUARY 15
with her children Cassadaga.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH !, harry weekend Padgetts.. at Maxville. more of Gerry N. Y. visited the I I Mr. of and Jacksonville Mrs. Raymond visited Williams the-

: Mrs. Sarah Norman; and daughter H. H. Waits, enroute from Miami I weekend.
Ed family last
200 Walnut Street. North Corner Jefferson Street I If Norman ; N. Y.
Mrs. Lacey back to
Rachel, and
I Mr and Mrs L. E. Smith of

a II I : were m Green Cove Springs Mrs. Margaret Litchfield and Marietta were Sunday dinner I BLACK HILLSPASSION
Mrs. Woodall of Sacramento. Calif. I
Monday.Sue I guests of the E. J. Raulerson I
f : Price of Titusville is spending and Mrs. Victor Litchfield of family.Mr. .

ROBERT D. SOMMER.: Minister a few days here with Mary Gainesville was visiting Mrs. G. II and Mrs. Roy Griffis and

I CARLETON STEVENS, Associate Minister Helen Herndon. I B. Colson and Miss Lubedia Pin- sons were shopping in Jacksonville

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griff holster Wednesday. I last Saturday. They attendeda

and little daughter of Jacksonville I Visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. Harley 1 party at the Honey Wilkerson PLAY

I and Mr. and Mrs. Dick I Shaw this week were Mrs. Susie home in Maxville Saturday night.

SUNDAY WORSHIP 11 A.M.:\ I Starling and children of Heil- I Carter. Mrs. Doshie Shaw. and I I111r. Ernest Wells is attending the

Sunday with the Albert I and Mrs Ezell James of j
bionn spent I'I'I University of Florida this semester. -
Great Gospel Themes I Normans and attended I Gainesville.Mr. i LAKE WALESPERFORMANCE

Special Music By The Chancel Choir I church services.F i and Mrs Lloyd Barry were I Mrs Collie Gnffis and family.

Nursery For Young Children M Herndon and sons were |visiting Mr and Mrs. C. J. Crews i ii I and Clifton Sellers visited Collie I
weekend from MiamI. in Jacksonville last week. j
home this! i Griffis in an Orlando hospital on SCHEDULE

1 ReE.. C. Harvey was in Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark and j Sunday. j jL

: Green Cove last Saturday and attended | Miss Frances Barry are moving to P. Rafuse attended a Bible i

funeral services for FlevFtanklm. I Ginesville this week. Mr. Clark I Conference in Mulberry last'' FEBRUARY

70{ r.M. EVENING WORSHIP HOUR former pastor of the has just received his discharge : Thursday.

Altar Period Silent Prayer For All Before The Cross Hii-kory Grove Baptist Church I f om the army andill.attend the j Mrs Harold Eunice and familywere Wednesday Matinees, February 15, 22, 29 __ ____ __ at2:30P.M.

AUnt Francis Norman is not ;I U. of F. Mrs. Clark will be remembered i; Sunday dinner guests of {rand aturda.sFebruary'18.25- _ __ __ --at8:00". f.

Special Music By The Youth Choir much m the mend Little Brenda I! as Jackie Barry. Mrs J Godwin in MaxvilleT Sundays, February, 2G. - _u ___________ at 6:00 P.M

Sermons On The Christian Outlook Starling has chicken pox. Grand- Mrs Clarence Chaline Jr. of j: \\'. Tatum and son. Cha le!'.

!'1"i Dowell is slowly recoveringfrom Houston. Texas was visiting her:' were business visitors to Mar-;
a broken hip some time ago : sister Mrs. H E.;: Stokes Jr last I clenny on Sunday. '

Winfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville week. Mr. and Mrs Jack Simmon
I II I I Everv Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday _
at 8:00
CHURCH HOUR 9:13: A.M. anJ Mr and Mrs Maines Friends Of Mr and Mrs G B and son of Gainesville visited - PM

Gr-ffis of Palatka attended Colson will I 1 Every Sunday at 6:00PM.Final .
,I and son : regret to learn of the Edgar Wilkerson family last - ----- : .

Classes For All Ages church services here Sunday l their illness Seems that the I II Friday evening. '

I II I doctor ordered Mrs. Closon to Mrs E. D. Hinson and :MrsG. I Performance April 15th

Mrs Sarah and Ellen keep bed all I .
Norman in last week. Then W. Durham of Jacksonville

were in Kevstore Heights on business -I I Frit11night Mr. Colson! suffered spent Sunday afternoon with Mis Matinees 51 .50, $2.00. S2.50 Evenings $150, 200. 2.50 $3.00

, Are you looking for a Church Home? : : last Thursday I what the doctor at first thoughtwas I Bessie Terry. Students 65c Children '/i Price

Join P '!r> nber: Sunday School j I a heart attack. However Mrs Nell; Howsley and Miss
with build
! Help us larger
us. ,., Q'J'i; a. ra Moraine Worship. :11 j, Sunday he discovered it was I Arthurine Blanchard visited the For Information and enations Call or Write Passion Play \niphithealre

; Church Family We Welcome You. m and 7 p. m. Prayer Meetinsr7pm pneumonia that Mr. Colson had I A. M Blanchard family last Lake Wales, Florida

r ,,,,,tJ W'Eines4ay. Also; !I, We s-.rc hope they will twe:1: j weekend

"'''., m"t: .p.? .' t. \Vin.'l.tv: '! "'It,,,: Mr, Ev O ,.1.-: : : c.-' =' '.

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BBS Boys To Meet Seabreeze Feb. 18 I,I II Farm Homes --- Old And New Style Roberts To Head - I: -

SERVICE MEN] Home Demonstration I 1
Red Cross Drive

For Conference Title In Local Gym Quota BoostedThe ; v Notes i

al basketball fans saw''goals f... a high total of 22 I ;cIbI

LIH weekend but Jerry Lawson aim selection of Carl Roberts:; _- ROSS
plenty wh
conference member Deland |J!;. 10, with Davis and XIcGee getting of the annual Red Cross fund T I '
!- I 1 I drive in Bradford County.. was t
and lost 8 eal.h.Saturday 1
Friday 1
,,7-o ld-st N'ewJ: New made this week by E. L. Mat-'I I !,' \
t" conference member i night against tMiNV'' A't
'i \
thews. Chapter chairman. Ameeting '
Saturday Tornadoes
51-53 in a thriller Smyrna Beach the I
Smyrna \
b4t ; was held in the I
:: chapter
Smyrna )I even kw i
night The New played an outstanding game ;

was a heart-breaker with i| though they loft 54-53 to a team office last Friday afternoon at'I I IF.uSh I i ,.
defeat I
hard- in with which plans for the forthcomingdrive I i ig
the Tornadoes losing a that had them height I
in March made. .
fought game in the last minute of tw0 boys over 6 ft. 4, and two were I > : ,
The Chapter was recently notified -
others at 6 ft. 2. Mi
plaY! by National Chairman E R.I I
; !
Coach Andlews girls gained revenge -: The locals went into a 17-13 M
Harriman of the necessity of asking .
over Lake City by swamp lead at the close of the first -ti!, II j

them 67-50 and Coach Register's j quarter and held on to a bare .' for an additional $8.000.000 I III
ing I I tor disaster work, above the nor- !
Junior High boys 29-23 margin at halftime but
29-25 to round out !i ahead 44-43 in isM ';mal' collections to be made by :i I
visitors went lt
tfv Juniors j the t oJ\\; chapters in the 1956 drive for '
the games. |i the crucial third quarter. With __ I Pl': !
members and funds.
the girls wil seconds showing I ""' t: i
Tonight (Friday) I a minute and 9 I I I
in a return I 1 still The Bradford Chapter has been li
play the Ocala sextet 1on the clock the Tornadoes j

match and the Junior High boys i!'held a one point lead but New asked to accept an additional quotaof I! :
home S295 as its share of the ;special ,
in the only the tall and (
ptav: Lawtey Smyrna tied up : "s'.. ;
this week. The A squad I getting the jump ball. went on disaster fund increase. This means ,, !; :
games annual road I v 1 that the total quota for the county .
boys are on their I! to score a basket to put them '- : !' ,. .,. | : i
r ,
New i, in the March campaign will be :N ''fli) '"? t' M-! '
tup down State playing: and I ahead with 36 seconds! left in the upped to $3,060. Chairman Rob- M V ,d myrna Beach Friday night game. Each team made 23 field .. I :
I erts expressed confidence that "K' '\ ,- ai'l' III r'1 ;,lI1n'rn.lte }
visitors picked up j
Deland Saturday.The goals. but the ;
I the nt h:.-, re\'!ull
been higher quota would be mmpanv at
has rais-I
conference race 8 free shots to 7 for the Torna- I
settled. with Bradford playing does. Randall Davis and Glenn ,, Training ;I'

Seabreeze here Saturday night. I. Reddish each scored 16 points''I OUTMODED) FARM HOUSE of yesteryear (above) is contrasted The decision to appeal for addi- Center in Illinois. As a recruit' I!
petty officer he will miniature
wear a
Feb. 18. for the championship. and Gus Kopelousos scored 11. I with attractive modern type uhich is beginning to dot the highways tional funds throughout; the na-

But the Tornadoes would like to Neely of the visitors picked up j I and I tion "was reached as a sequel to rating insignia as a badge I i..
byuajof Bradford
the County. The modern, concrete block home the I of authority during his nine weE'ksI 1
victories. as worst series of disasters
more followed by King in
add a few 16 also, '
is nearly over. and their I points 10. I was built by Glenn Shuford of Lawtey for his parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. (American history." the national I I Boot Camp. He was chosen '
season with
record now stands at 6 wins to Games P. Shuford. The new home is located on a 70-arre tract near I chairman said. for this position Li recognition ofIea&rship I] '
8 losses. Coach Andrews had her girls i i"up" Lawtey, most of which is in pine timber. G. P. Shuford is the man :I First he pointed out there were qualities displayed ,: '

Just three games each remainfor for their Saturday night I in front. I unusual tornadoes in the Midwest while undergoing recruit train-I ;; : !!

the boys and girls before the j'I game with Lake Crty and they I r i next came hurricanes on the Atlantic ] ing I

boys enter the district tourna- 67-50) victory I Seaboard, followed by devastating its ( ) :
achieved satisfying
at a County John R. Murray son of Mrs '
ment. which will be held to make up for the 68-66 Advised Against Opening j floods in the East, and
,1. Thomas of Starke, graduated
Jacksonville Beach weeks finally, the I'
loss to Lake City several unprecedented "Christ.
;rom recruit training at the Naval
High this year starting Feb. 22. |! mas floods" on the West Coast.
Long Unused Roads In Woodlawn i Training Center Great Lakes, 111m .
!Boys :Gainer ago.The close for I i "This unique series of disasters A I
game was fairly I Feb. 4. During his nine weeks
Last Friday night Coach { has all but exhausted the disaster I Ii |
lead the first half. but Sandra Strick- I The County has no legal rignt within a reasonable time (.f boot camp he received drill ,
jumped into a quick I I by con- funds of the National Red Cross," i is I
over Delan in the first quarter land and Jackie Prevatt teamed to open platted but never-used I structing road for public use and: Harriman said. "Therefore it is inj instruction in seamanship. |

16-7, and held a slim 24-21 half- together to put the locals way roads in the vast Woodlawn farm-I, in the latter case the acceptance is necessary to raise the over-all gunnery, life saving sea survival.I !i'

lead. But in the third ahead in the final half with ac. ing area. County Attorney limited to the amount used. I I boat handling and the use of '
time goal :
by 10
approximately I
quarter the locals again turned. curate basket shooting and Jean Knight advised in a written V'I "In my opinion the County Ins cenl." per small arms. Following two !

into a I Johnson coming in with them I ion read at the Board of never formally accepted weeks leave. he will be assignedto .
on the steam and jumped I any i It was reported that from July I I I I
43-32 third quarter lead. Deland for a good floor game. Joan Commissioners meeting here Mon streets or roads in Woodlawn, and shipboard duties or a service !
1. 1955 to Jan. 1, 1956. the series
I II I ,
back even Jackson, who wrecked the Torna- in fact none was dedicated I: school. =
however fought and I day.The formally I of disasters had cost the Red Cross I II
doettes over there with 37 points matter arose from requests in
went one point ahead of any binding manner. This an all-time high of $27.000,000 i

Tornadoes at 47-46 but the locals -! had the skids put under her Sat- lof residents in the Lawtey area means that the right of the Coun- with nearly six months of the Sgt. Donald L. Cochran, son of i| !

tied it up with a charity urday night and scored only 14 I that certain roads be opened upI ty to these platted roads is limited I fiscal to Mr. and Mrs. James Swindell of !!I

shot by Davis and then played it points. Kay Rowland and sub, I for school bus route purposes. ,,. to the amount of such roads which '! This year sum was go.spent on Fit 2. Starke, reported for duty I I (, !

cool! waiting until they were in Martha Van Landingham also I The property concerned belonged have been actually opened and (- relief and long-range assistance emergenI in January to the Marine Corps I i as : !

position for good: shots and then played good defensive ball. Aiding to Mrs. Pauline Torode who objected -I! used, and that the County cannot {I to families and small businesspeople Supply Center in Albany Ga.
forged ahead to stay. I j I very much in the victory was il to the procedure.In I now widen any existing road to I whose property de-
Glenn Reddish hit for 11 field Sandra Strickland who hit an his letter to the Board Mr. the width shown in the plal nor i(,stroyed. These unusual disasters I .Iarn. Akridge. son of Mr. and !
j I amazing 33 points followed closely I Knight gave the following opinion: I I I unused
open any platted roads I quickly ate the normal allocation Mrs. B. E. Akridge of tarke. I|
i; by Jackie Prevatt with 26 i "In reference to opening unused | without up -I ed.
( making arrangements I of 4000.000 for disaster -: recently joined the 3rd U. S. In- !| :
points. Jean Johnson the third { roads in Woodlawn, I find that the I I with or securing a conveyancefrom ; completely absorbed another relief fantry Regiment with Headquarters -i| ed. I 1

forward. had 8 points. I plat of Woodlawn was made in the I I ,I
1 abutting property owner. I$16,000,000 in special contributions at Ft. Myer Va. The fort is.

Monday night the girls trekkedto I for 1895 and shortly thereafter filec j i This opinion has no reference to :\ for flood victims in the Northeast, located just across the Potomac I,, I

I St. Augustine for a return record showing certain roads the private rights of interior |and reduced the River from the Nalion's capitol !!
I i I organizations I
,game:: with the Ketterlinus sextet.I without any sufficient formal dedi- property owners to access, which $ .000,000 disaster reserve fund to I' and his present duties of the regiment .
I Ii
I|I and picked up an easy 51-30 i cation of roadways but with a' can only be privately assertedand less than a million dollars. include furnishing Honor

victory. Coach Andrews let the i provision to the effect that platted j ji : enforced."I j "This means," Harriman said I Guards and security details for J I I

starting six sit out one whole I'i I roads are 30 feet wide and should might also call to your at- ''' "that the Red Cross faces the the Washington area. The 3rd : I

quarter in order for the subs toI be furnished by those owning the1 I Ii tention that Woodlawn is one of challenge of restoring its ability Infantry, or "The Old Guard" as'it j
pick up some playing time. abutting property. i j I to respond immediately when dis- is popularly known, is the oldest )
I I "Our our more extensive farming sec-
Strickland hit for 25 points anyway Supreme Court has held in the Ft'
aster strikes Infantry Regiment
and scored 19. j I that even a formal dedication of j lions in which farms for genera- : as it usually does in I
Prevatt Its dates
I i I the spring. Never before have I Regular Army. inception .
the streets or roads for public use is'' tions have ignored the I
Prevail hit 100 per cent from platted there been such demands back to 1781. la
I for
fail SIZE 21" CONSOLE charity line, making 5 out of 5 of no effect unless such roads are I roadways. Any attempt to now I relief emergency "Poler'I
and the ,'
WITH GENUINE ZENITH j free shots. either ((1) formally accepted by I open such roadways would resultin I long-ranee assistance more to stricken costly E L. (Bunt) Crews Airman I' vs.} I

Junior High ( anu'sTonight's the governing body. or (2)) accepled : substantial injustice to hundreds'' families. 2-c. l is stationed in England and I Ii

TOP i Friday! game with 1' by the governing body !of our farmers." I Ii II i "We regret having to ask this writes that he would like to hear !
I from friends. His address is: A- "

: Lawtey will close out and the his season Council Agrees Cub Scouts Hold jI j additional contribution from the 2c E. L. Crews 14-551-717, 7523rd I fst
\TUNING Jj for Coach Register young [ American public, the National
Box 135, APO 133. You
Support Sqdn.,
I charges, who have won 7 and '
First 56 Pack chairman said, "but we
Meet are con- I
I j New Yoik. N. Y.
last To {has
I lost 3. As a preliminary i i Larger Size i !fident that everyone will realize |
the Junior Highboys I
Friday night the gravity of task '
our and the
Cub Pack 70 started off its Under ,you
the "Buddy
: : on Army's new
slipped past Lawtey 29-25 1!For Water Main I responsibility given to us to act ,
System. Pvt. Byron R. Newcomb
first meeting of the
and will go after their second :, year Tuesday as the public's agent in alleviating I :
night with an attendance of 95' of Starke and Pvt. Lyle H. Buck I
victory over Lawtey tonight I I what I
would be
The City Council at its meeting irreparable ,and
Armand Rivers paced the locals and a program;: consisting of a distress." III of the State Farm recently

to victory with 11 points while]II I here Monday night heard I good pirate skit by Mrs. R. E. I arrived in Korea and are now ;'jot or ,

Gary Bennett picked up 11 points residents of East Call St.. represented -'Edmondson's Den One, and a 30- members of the 24lh Inf. Div. said 195; !I

by Jerry O. Gay, request.I The is let to
to be high scorer for Lawtey. I 1 i minute movie "Treasure Island. Buddy System up 'I I I
that the six-inch !
city use a water let soldiers with friends
Other serve of I
Coach Hugh Ingram's team ha?' | i program features includedi I IOllce

; had as mainstays all season, main to serve them instead of i I the presentation of awards to thenew their own choice and the two I I

Terry Fulch Gary Bennett. and I the four-inch main currently i|I qualifying Bobcats, and for \'oungmt'n from this area are I i )

Tom Tatum who will bt in at-I plannedGay said that fire insurance I'|'achievements in various ranks of I taking; advantage of it. Both entered :i m

tE'"dllnre at BHS next season. I rates would be cUt al- 'I i the older Cubs; a 10-minute out. :: OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH the Army last July andcompleted :,', ( ) I
most half for home in I \
in owners
Wednesday afternoon the BHS= ,: door "breather" supervised by R basic training at Ft..Ta'kson Ry
I the area if the city brought the S. C. 1955graduates I I I ,
juniors beat Macclenny 28-21 with | |P. McLendon; and refreshmentsi Soil Conservation I They are I:,
I size main to within 1.000
I of Bradford High''
frY Bubha LeMee !shooting points i supplied by Den Two mothers of
IB (
i feet of their homes. NEWSBy School
for hIgh. I, | the State Fann.Committee j'I i
The city has enough six-inch Bill Haas !
Model X1247 I II I officers for the en- ; I i I, I
TS. T2AYMOKEHand.om II I I pipe on hand to use as far out suing year are: Chairman Foster : Soil Conservation St'nlce II| James Elliott Bowers, son of

Zenith; 2t-ia. Coiiola TV ,, as the Jim Hitch home, but had. Shi Smith I Mr and Mrs. Ernest P. Noegel ;: t
t ; '
with Zenith TOP TUNING. Built-in -AG00D I I planned to use four-inch on the Walter R. Miller Assistant 'Ihe Board 0{ Supervisors for ]! of Starke. and Delmar Johnny i[ "
UHF'VHF onlenna. Mahogany color I ; Cub-, '
or Bland Oak color cabinet. I eastern end of the line. The i master, R. P. McLendon; Sec re-1 i the Bradford Soil Conservation !I Williamson. son of Mr. and Mis.Wiley .

LOWEST PRICE EVER FOR A HABIT TO STAftT four-inch pipe is already on the tar:,., Charlotte M. Miller, InStitutional Distiiet will hold their regular Williamson of Hampton j I'

ground, but the Council agreed monthly meting at Lloyd Green's enlisted in the Navy on Dec. 31> 'has
ZEKITH: TCP.TUNING CONSOLE: to work I Representative, Merrill | home. One of the topics for discussion !I
Tuesday night to try Struth; Members Louis Hillen-t as members of the Dixie Company. you I
it for will be the 1956; Goodyear and their boot :your
out a plan for exchanging dahl and Jack F. McComb. | are taking !

Only 3 .95 ; I the" larger size. The officers accepted William Soil Conservation Awards Pro training at San Diego, Calif. Both i .J(>

259 It was suggested that residents Lawson's offer to donate soft' gram. This will give the Board of were students at Bradford High 1 I I

along East Call could help the drinks to the refreshment com- !! Supervisors an opportunity to i! School. 'i of and th I

1 city for the larger type I millee i iand rompaie the conservation works | or ,
.. pay during the year. I II
..... : Isiah Petteway. son of :Mr. and 20
heing clone in tills with ;;
water main if they would permit county
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I Mrs. William Lane Rt. 1.
iwoiks of
> :he city to serve them with elec- I plumbing inspector, D. W. in the other counties of I !

trie current A t present there Carpenter. building inspector; j the State. It i is the idea of the Starke. Ls; scheduled to graduate: 'I I'ed ,
EXTRA [' r1 18 homes in the area and City Clerk Carl Johns, and local I awards program to asisst the I from recruit training on Jan. 28 !ence -
SPECIAL :\','','',''':''' are
-,, the ,,
at Naval '
,, I only three are customers of the plumbers and electricians to Board in carrying out the high Training Center, I

\ -, municipal plant. The other 15 work Out changes in the plumbing ideals 1 and sound practices of Soil I Great Lakes Ill. Following two I I
I I Conservation. It will also. I weeks leave, he will be assigned ( ::
".. are served by REA or Florida and electrical code suggested by help I -
FREEOutside \ .dii: ,., Power and Light Co. It wasI I II I Winkler The conclusions of I the farmers get the latest infor- j I to shipboard duties or to, a service By I
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",";.,.,,..,::: }...,.' I stated that the city has sufficient I this joint meeting will be presented I I mat ion on the methods used in |I i:j school.Local I ,

funds included in its expansion to the Council for its action. I, conserving our natural resources

Antenna I t. @ I program to extend electric linesto Approved the appointment of ,,:: ManagerOf

Channels 4 and 36 ::::..: East Call if home owners signify -I Wilbur Griffis as successor to.. Jim Brownlee, a Bradford Soil :, WDVH OfficeIs I I

S their desire for the service I Bill Lane on the police force i ii Conservation District Cooperator. i I

WITH THE PURCHASE The Council received a request I i (for a trial period of two months) : used the District's Seeder culti- Rotary SpeakerJack

OF EACH CONSOLE 1 \\V\ from Henry Morrison who owns I I at request Of Mayor W. T. Jack- j i packer to plant a Pensacola Ba- i DuMars, manager of tht

A REGULAR PHILLIPS 66 S. cherry St. bordering son. hia pasture. Jim stated "II might t
I, property on I I Starke office of Radio Station
24 ModelsTo WASH AND GREASE JOB Alligator Creek, that this Approved purchase. upon recommendation be a little early to plant, but I've !I I
WDVH, Gainesville spoke at the
Bring your car regularly section be rezoned from residential -, of engineers. of an oil II, got good moisture in the ground I Rotary Club Wednesday, reviewing -

Choose From for a thorough washing. Keep 1 I to light industrial. The mat- filter (approximately $,00 I fori i which should help the grass get the development of radio fron.

your car shiny and bright. 1 I tor... was n'_.' referred_ __ .. to the Board of one of the engines purchased started." I its inception early in the century
Add complete chassis lubri- who will contact 1 from New Bern. N C. I II
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Adjustment I to the present time He said tha'
EASY PAYMENTSFirst cation-the Phillips 66 way. other property owners in the area I i Requested street Chairman I. I J. B. White. a District Super-]I
I 135.000,000 sets are currently ir
It helps keep your car running their wishes before makinga ,I E Clark and maintenance foreman i visor and Bill Haas went out and II .
as to I I I use in the U. S.
smooth it looks.
fa as -
i S. R. Hicks to do something l looked at the fine Coastal Bermu- ,
Payment March 15 decision.In The speaker interspersed hi*
actions the Council: I I about Bay Street where clay I da pasture on E. P. Menzen place. j I II I j ,
other talk with excerpts from
I tape'recording
ASK ABOUTVinkler's Get a
Both For previously applied is causing Menzen used a large amount of
Decided to ask the Seaboard I
|I of music that was ,,
I II I I trouble in wet weather chicken fertilizer on the coastal
Railroad to do somethingabout |: lar in the early days of radio J
Free Only $2.25 Washington Awarded contract for a 25.0M- | Bermuda and sure got a good !1,
the rough crossing on ; Also heard were examples of 01< -
] /gallon! fuel oil tank to Buffalo ,: stand. The grass is starting to I
Street. I! time recorded poelrv. coramer
"0I Tank Corporation of Jacksonville ;: send out new runners and the i
request from t 1 cials.; and modern high fidelity
FinancingWINKLER Approved a
> whose bid of $2.1SI was I I field! is starting to look green. J. ,
Noles for extension of symphonic music
I \ I lower than Whitmire ErectionCornDanv's B White remarked with a little
Edwards I x> I DuMars was introduced bv A
sewer lines along p ,
66'SEYf,10UR'S bid of ?2295 The I: more fertilizer he should get three j
road. back of Phillips 65 bulk '! J Thomas Jr. who had chargeof \ l
tank will be used oil' of this
I to store : cuttings hay year. ti 190"I
station. to serve several homes' 'I I the program.of !
for the five generatingunits now :

Electric Service "66" ; a distance of about :200 feet i bE'ineinstalf'd! at the municipal i;i II. M. Buckhannan, Soil Survey I soil we have here in the r ou-- '

Accepted a bid of $315 from power plant I I Supervisor. and T. B. Houston. tv. It is one of the dntie o' ''no

I Service Station John A Torode for a fractionallot 1 Soil Scientist. both of the Soil Soil Conservation Service U'' -"'r : CHEVROLET CO.

231 t x. Ave." \ about 52 1-2 52 1-2 feet
Temple 'i by i j Conservation Service have been thp farmers in findin and >1- -?

617 X. Temple Ave. between Shell bulk station and I working in Bradford County. new and better method '- ". Cor (all and Court Streets
; 166
Starke, Fla. Phone lOt *he railroad Call 230 for home i.1rmon..trai I These men are making an mvesti- land use program Assi"-! ; :..".. ..
. Agreed to a i.iirr: rretms h1- ton fir ti *w Sowing \f\l'hinN zi' on i f tht" problem? and pos- : f'rr! t-r IP p'r. = l'1nrJ 1i P : r. ." ,.yy. Fla8lDP'OBD .

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