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 24, 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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-Is. Trophy Runner-Up b _L i__--n'__' BRFORD COUNTY TELEGPH Copy Single '10c I

\. ;; 1 t.i7J I _IxrkL Official County Publication Established In 1879 !


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.E( Jackson Water Extension I 'Rumor' Meeting Packs PTA I

I :L _____. c'-r Cites MoonshineAs Tied To Starke

p--- j& \\ .UI".l tndanger ing the lives she htd
Ol i n.b"'n o.-ki i ;
( Crime Cause Electric Service Sheriff Says FBI InvestigatorsFind ('her motorists He explained 11 I !I ply to one panel members :;on.

L that drag racing means two drives plaint that some rh ipen,r. w, 1I i iI
No starting from scratch and I "too nosey." Mrs.
Evidence Of Narcotics HereWhat ; Strithemiirv
; M.ti i \\ T J.UKMJII l ,IHedUlIKIII"hull' 'i.'itCitv! I"' Marke has been seeing who can pet his 'aiup to i 1 ed'that few would ,ne to .' I

liquor one of Stai ke'> ikd t0 extend its municipal 60 first. cept the responsibility ir'--' :h-v '
was probably the largest crowd ever to attend: John Mack (
nicest: piubleiiib during the regu- w. ter system out Temple Avenue Parent-Teacher a Newsome: It isn't intend t" carry it out

l.ti session: ot :he Mayor's: courtit to the northern city, limits by ;, Association meeting in Starke heard a panelof teenagers who're wrecking the Mrs. Lex Green rose t""> ",1\ I
1OK.VAIM) IJlenn Reddish from left holds
) runneruptrophy the City Hh."

of the Kat: Florida Conference awarded after the conference lie pointed out that home-made'' City Council learned Tuesday Partin'sociology class, defend teenajrers from what they know. His father operates a, said it appeared thr: the pmel'

title game In the new BUS gym Saturday night. Seabreeze Captain liquor obtained SOme\\here ; termed "unfounded rumors" that I body repair shop attitude
in or1 evening that the extension have been rife in the community was one-sidrd ,,nd th.r
Kulx-y holds the championship trophy. BHS Coach Jim Hobbs (left), around the city was involved in Ilf a ,;ixinchVatt'r main out ; for the past ten davs. i i Barbara Lance: "We were hurt proper consideration had not bee-

SU>-eze (:"IIoI'hI'L'IO (right), and game official Wosenske offer over half Of the 15 cases brought Temple would substantially re-1(I At the outset of the meeting, | to think the people in town didn't | given to the viewpoint of parent

congratulation I before his court this w eek. I! diice insurance rates for motels | Mi 1'artm relayed a message ; students: 21 How they have affected i, trust us." Bobby Ferguson Student council -

fo'ines1'1'1' levied in three cases ; ind other buildings along Highway j (torn sheriff r. D. Reddish, stating the community consciousness Bobby Ferguson: : "We are wondering member objected to thr !t-,-

of public intoxication thiee of 301 within the corporate tha two representatives of as to the needs of youth; and if the gossip comes from of the word "control"as brou h'

Tornadoes Drop Conference Title (! fighting. an
i conduct. all of which Jackson City Clerk Carl Johns pointed ;! had complete an investigation -, about these needs? 1 When teenagers have dances, if spokesman T. H. Slade He sad

stated, were brought to the point i out that there is no money budgeted here and had uncovered noj I The packed auditorium filled parents: would come out they I that his parents had "influenced

To Seabreeze In 71-46 Tilt Here i i ii where the law was required toj I for such an extension at evidence of the use or sale of to overflowing with pieachers, I would know "there is nothing to him perhaps more than they realized -

i 1 step in by the use of illicitly! obtained -I present and suggested that own >dope by the young people in the I It'a'hprs parents, and other teenagers these reports but he did not like the \\or<1

1 drink. \ ers (If commercial property along! community. The announcement then heard (sample t'xl'lptsl Charles Kirkland: "The high "control"

To climax a busy weekend, the I 1 We beating Baldwin 16-23. Terry Senior Davis was sentenced to'': the road might agree to buy their J was rece.ved; with a round of ap- f' (, ) : school furnishes basketball, foot- : Jack DuMars, who was tape-

Tornadoes lost out to Seabreeze t Futch led his teammates to the' pay a fine of $100 or serve 20 power from the city, rather than I, plause. I Buzy (;Io'"n ".Juii-. w. hot tall and other sports.! This is recording the entire proceedings

71-46 in the Saturday night con- victory with 15 points. I days after he pleaded guilty to, the Florida Power Co. to provide'II' Mr. I'ailm. who introduced 1 i I"ot md drag race but we don't entertainment for you. Whatare brought a laugh with his remark.

lest for the East Florida Confer Tuesday afternoon Lawtey edged fighting with a knife at a Starke the needed funds. I J i members of the panel described peddle di-pe 01' use It" Ho re- you going to d0 for us?" | "Boy. you're not going to like the

ence championships, played here the Union Jr. High boys from i' restaurant last Saturday after He stated that the added revenue or.jectes of the meeting as to l>ortednat
before a fair-sized hometown Lake Butler by a score of 39-38.1 I drinking. from power sales would discuss 11 What the rumors had ."pt up drag rat'>' strip so sawe're behind you 100 percent V. R. Ferguson Bobby's fath.'rand

crowd. i Lake Butler swamped Lawtey:'! Otis Brown, also implicated in I* more than pay for new water,| have done t<> the morale of teenagers omd enjoy the sport but when the time comes, '1 a member of the school facul-

In their previous meeting the back in January but this tinle I II I'I' the restaurant fight, paid a fine ( mains and that the motelownerswould i where are you?" ty said that he prefeired the use

Tornadoes played Seabreeze on the local boys were ready for the of $25 in the form of forfeited ,II also get their electricity _ Herb Thomas. operator of of "guidance" rather than "ronI -

ven terms, though losing at the visitors. I I I bond when he failed 'o appear in' at a lower rate. ; I Herb's Drive In whose talk before I, trol."

fiee throw line but Saturday night During the second quarter Law- court. The water request has been the Children's Committeela. "Isn't Starke large enough fora

the locals couldn't keep pace with tey built up an 11-point lead but''! In sentencing Davis Jackson' tabled pending the acquisition of ) week was blamed by some paid recreation dim.torask.-

the visitors who hit baskets from lost it in the fourth with two <-i'ed his past record of similar easements; for an extension of I for starting the wave of rumors, ej Claude Johns, another memberof

all over the courts and excelled minutes to go. j .,'"olitmns and warned that sterner -, the city's power lines by the 'ity Sweet -', : iv'id ;a i prepared statement from I the school facnltvi

again at the free throw line making -' The Lake Butler 3-point lead in measures would be taken if attorney ____ the floor He pointed out that he .i The question was nevei answered -

25 out of 32 chances. !: the final minutes didn't stop the I *.. should ever be arrested in i hart made his talk in an open'mee'ins. directly tut upshot ot

Lawtey boys, however !' Sfsrke again. : had called no names, '
The Tornadoes connected on 16 they Hospital Open House Heart the meeting was a motion bv
went on to the : Starke was bin declared that he described
Victory. Ghent of ,
Johnny t
Mrs J. M.
Iree throws out of 30. I Smith that the PTAi
Terry Futch Tom when he guilty Is conditions as he actually
Rebounds and attempted field Tatum. and fined $25 pleaded Postponed sawj:'i sponsor:; a group of parents and
goals were for Gary Bennett shared scoring hon-I to fighting with Dan Thomas in f fIs them "It's easy to close our each local oivn
nearly even the Because Of Floor representatives of
two teams but the Tornadoes had' ors with 10 points! each. I the latter's home over a disputedload .I Queen n.: .. eves: and) fathin s don't exist. ,i: group to work with student
h > :
said "But
I children
feed. see your
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used hog
of corn as ,
an "off night on their shooting II Postponement of the open house' representatives in planning a
Thomas when they are out from under ,
end couldn't give the champs a Wiggins SeeksCommission I The fight began when planned for this Sunday at the recreation program and adoptinga
Would I discuss
rare. thingsI
close ball game after the first attempted to evict from ;I new Bradford County Hospital :j ; code agreeable to both groups
knew would hurt businessunless
house with pIStol. according t<* my
quarterIn Post a | was announced yesterday by R. E. '' Such rules could be applied to
witness testi- I was sincere? he asked.j I
Joe Garden. a who : I
such things as hours for staying
other games played last week fied that he ended the fight by Edmondson, administrator. : Crowned'At He said he was glad to know ;
-- -- out, particularly for those
the Tornadoes lost to Callahan 39- seizing the gun as the two struggled In a statement to The Telegraph. that certain pills and tablets he': justentering
32 on Thursday night up there of the i Edmondson said: "Floor tile in had found left on trays at his their teens waspointed
for : weapon.
and swamped Baldwin here 64-40 Ghent possession admitted that he had the operating room and deliveryroom ; place' did not ('ontain'dol'l' as ;! out that such a code
I Ibeen would be helpful to parents and
on Friday night. of the did not come "
drinking "a little moonshine hospital such [anv of them should not >!
The girls won both their Thurs- Aftj young people alike.Mrs .
: but maintained. as did up to required safety specifica- sold without a doctor's pre :
day and Friday night games, tions. The architects and the <, iptmn however." he said. In H A. Lawson. president of
Davis. that he could not jememiber BHS11i"i 'i ,
beating Callahan and Baldwin. where he had obtained the i contractor are working to arriveat I h'. falk before the Children's the PTA. asked F I. Matthew

The Callahan tilt was the lowest a satisfactory substitution. Anew (">mrmne< he had stated that i to serve us temporary chairman

scoring game of the season for liquor moonshine'' date for the open house will A ''b- there were .it least three places j i for the purpose of gt-ttins thi
stated that
p the Tornadoes as each team played Officers be announced later'Matthews in Starke wheie minors cin' purchase committee organized
also involved in disorderly,
. was
for control and didn't shoot unless : whiskey.Tom .

Reddish it looked finished good.with 10 Timmins.conduct charges James Wallace against, and Robert An- MakesReelection Casey, a member of the ,:,1 Two Break Out

points high school faculty, said: "I han
.0 lead the Tornado scorers, while nie Mae Wallace who forfeited a Janet Marck. (center), candidate of the Ili-V ('Jub, ":1."
total of $50 in bond money whenthey Bid never seen more disturbed youngpeople : Of Starke Jail
Kd Reeves with 15 was high man ('fonn..dt'Ithl'art Quern of the annual Valentine Ball sponsored '1
failed to than in the last ten days.
lor Callahan.On last week by the BUS Student CounriL Janet was crowned by la..t3ear's
A lot of them got hurt in this
Williams who pleaded
Two vibiloih from Texas
Friday against Baldwin it intoxication r Queen, Barbara Henderson, while Bobby Ferguson, Student thingIn apparently
looked like another bad night for guilty to public II took a dim view of official -
the Tornadoes as Baldwin jumped identified a bottle of bootleg! Council president looked on. answer to the teen-age denials :St.irke: hospitality lat Sunday -

tfi a 10-2 lead in the first four liquor as belonging to him but I of careless driving Ben ,: when they broke out of the
minutes of the also failed to remember its origin. I I I Rowland state tag inspector, city jail.
first quarter. but I II Rowell Lake Road
He was sentenced to a fine of cited instances where he has seen Assistant chief
the Tornadoes built up steam after County Library police Riley
the first four to pain a 16-12 525: or five days. Open To Public i' them drag racing up to 90 instead I Sweat revealed :Monday morning
other before of 60. He slid that the that the Jimmie
nrst-quarter lead. Of cast'S brought : pair. Civels. 20.

From then on Coach Hobbs the mayor's court three chargesof To Open Doors The disputed road to "Starke Misnnic Lodge was planning .an i I and Edward Andrews IS, arrest-

deared the bench to let the subs reckless driving two of run landing" on Rowell Lab is nowopt'n open meeting for a further dis- i ed in Starke Feb. 10 for vagranc\

have a chance as the locals lead ning red traffic lights and one to the public. it was learned ''ru!'sion of the E'nUrsituation in worked their way'out of jail atI

limbed with each quarter. Floyd Wiggins New River of running a stop sign were On March 3 by The Telegraph this week. I the near future and he hoped I approximately 2:30; Sunday afiernoon
farmer and announcedthis a > The road which had been closed I attendance would he as large as
Reddish was high man with 12 cattleman heard. All of these forfeited bond I bv enlarging an opening In
field goals and a free shot for 25 week that he will be a candidate -!! automatically by failure to aP' by its owners several months ago at the PTA meeting I the wall provided for a vrntila-

(mints. The remaining buckets for county commissionerfrom pear. Tht Bradford County Public: was the subject of a threatenedlaw I An oft-repeated complaint I tor

were divided pretty evenly among Pustiict fi t Brooker and I.lbrirwill hold open house in SUit. The Board of CountyCommissioners among the panel members was | He said that they hiv,- lik.'lvleft
the other players. i i New River) county-at-large He condemnation th.v they could not get chaperones ', Ftarke for good and added
Carter planned -
AnnouncesFor ''K new on the second : ,
quartets for their On the eve of the district tournament has operated a cattle and farming that the hole in the wall ha. H.-VA
"<"n j ui Agriculture> Building procedure in an attempt to Smith, however stated that her h '"
Reddish has scored 312 business in the New River n plastered dosed The onH
points for a per-game average of area for the pa.t. 35 years.In Commission St.iiki' on Saturday of nl'xt' have the road opened to the lake name had been on the li.-t of addie.ss given 1th... men W'i..

his .. tor the convenience of fishermen. i' *' '>nrolunteers ,mi tha' T. XT.'I .
IH 8 the highest Tornado mark. announcing candidacy.Mr. '.' ih March 3. it was announced __
(;irl.. (iuniesroach Wiggins said that. as a land '. '
\\ in.\-d.i\ tytrs H. C. I itch.
Andrews and her girls owmir and taxpayer, he will ( "tisjie' >n,," !li'' M.I' n. A'-ni Wi'in til's Club Library Chairman He Arrived In Starke -I

.nished t'| ir season play Tuesday watch the ta\payer's: dollar and (J..iltc.oilllt- ''"''ti! \ tlllliiUIU'MI ill.

afternoon with an easy 42-28 will strive to give the taxpa>ers ,'intiiilai \ iii, 11-en"i 'mi tu C<>ngtfs.x 'Iii Riti-h stated that the tt p _
win over the Perry lassies. It was full benefit from each dollar! tn- fiom the Mh District of I.ibitr is being opened to the Forty-Five Ago _

\ ii-toiy number 15 for the girls, vesed. He stated further that Floiida A native of Alachua public before cataloguing is com- Jj r

.gainst 3 losses. Jean Johnson he believes in running the coun County and a member of Congress plete because of the tremendous The tram pulled to a stop aria I '

shot 18 (Hunts for high-scorer ty's business in the same niannein since 1933: he has served popular demand for books from young man of 24 got off and

tumors as Coach Andrews substituted he would run his own 'on the House Committees of Agriculture regular and new patrons.She linked around "Fort Bully" before !

freely.In Mr \Vigsins said that he would ti and Veterans' Affairs. revealed that cataloguing of hirn: r a hark t take him
other games last week the work for the continued progressive "Although I have been in Congress the 8.00volumes in the presentI'ollt'.tinn "down town

}:iris swept past Callahan 64-55 highway system for Bradford only one full term I have is well underway undt'r' The time was Feb 6. 1911. The

n.r then set'ond victory over the County. "1 realize: the benefit introduced 25 bills and resolu the supervision of Bradford young man was Frederick F. Fred \ :

r.tiiuh.in squad. Sandra Strick- derived from the State anJ KeJeial i tions." ;Matthews: said in announcing school Librarian Mis. \V. M. Cressler. Ftump who had wearied of the M .

:.and put on quite a show scoringb highways that pass through his candidacy. "The major wh0 has enlisted the aid of dull duties in his brother's law I 3

:' [1"'l/1ts. her high-mark for the Bradford County and will striveto provisions of seven of these have students in organizing the books office in New York City and had r1 _

v".trAga help keep the roads in proper been enacted into law by sections but that a staggered come to starKe to investigate the StumpAt

list Baldwin last Friday repair to insure the continued "I never have and never will, schedule is now planned for completion sale of a bankrupt store stock

::./ht the locals won 49-37. i flow of traffic through our coun-I make idle political promises to of the project which may that appealed to his merchandising -

Cciai-h Andrews eased nihiw.ay 1\'." he said "I will also work instinct.
up stay in office, the Congressman take as long as two years.
to let all the Rills play and t<> keep the county roads in proper 1I I 1 '' said. "It is my belief that public Mrs. Ritch and acting librarian He bought the stock of Cassie's His &' : l

Hahl\\ln held the store down by lepair." he added.Mr office is a public trust. and I Mrs Bert McMaines will presidet New Yoik Ra
Irt't'ZII1the ball for four min.tes XViggins stated that he I C I. I iBiibi h ('.11 h'l nf Lawtey will always tell the people the the official opening in the Call St., and reopened it as .

in the second period when favors continuing segregation in J annOUnced Tuesdahis ,andidacy' truth as I see it. absense of Librarian Mrs. Jeanette Stump's Department Store. Grad- -c'g

hewere far behind. 'he nnhlir schools and will fightto j for the office of County Commissioner "I have woRked for peace Young. who is hospitalized in ually he sold off the sundry itemsof FavoritePost riikr :__ .

San.lra Stiu-kland and Jjckie preven' -ny integration of I from District 1 i Lawtey) through military strength and a JacksonvilleThe a so-called "racket-store" and :t ; :

!'leva't tied for scoringhonors the races. lie announced that he ,, count v-at-large. sound foreign policy program. We 20-year-old County Library added lines of men's women's and ill. ... : __ -

u h 1 1-> points apiece.Ir. 'ivors adequate and equal facil- |I Mr Carter was bom on a farm are not at war now naturally we was formerly located in theWomen's children's ready-to-wear and ,'tI.!!_1" __.. -.,4.--.-..

High (:iauie'flit' :,'ies for the coloied citizens of west of Lawtey. He is 47 years do not need the military Installa- Club Building in Starke shoes The volume of sales was :-:.i.I.i- __

Lawtr\ Jr. High team is1 1 Bedford County I old and has spent his entire life tions we once did. I shall never Mrs Ritch said that there is; a slow at the start but gradually -... ".,.. ': .,
he onJr! High group in the Mr XX'iegins is a member of j in the Lawtey: community. At work for war in order to place great need for help in the cataloguing increased as folks rame to know IP...''.'.1'. .',' .,, ;... .:",-"

,''unt\ ntliming to play basket- the Baptist Church and the Ma- | present he is engaged in farming military installations in each of project and a.'lyoneishing and like "the young man from .')ir, "'"'- .....11tI '

i ..ill tilt rest rm-mg completed eonv I. tneir .schedules. They will finish serving: as president ot the Bradford j i is married to the former Mildred trict. I have worked for and will them n* th.. opening or to Mrs years, in the old racket store location ;,,_ ..... 1#'.....1"1-....''-t.; __

>I" 'I i pi iv on Mann 2 when they Count Cattleman's Asaojn.i -, Durban and has five children continue to work for. the development McMaines or herself at any time (just east of the present ) ;_ 1It.. _.. .. -

'I.'.'t I F.iMwi'i!! .1 li' high here at ..;.>!,,,., \ i('., president of the In announcing Mr. Carter of military installations as She explained that the mot Rosenberg store I Stump's movedto ". \ .,.. ... -." ____

:, so riu! !l.awtcy S".I"'n record Bi.idfor; I ("''-.lnh' Firm Bureau: =:'ited that he knows the valuei they are needed anti am happyto recent and most popular books ( the corner of Call and Thomp- .. 1w :!:?: -.

iniK .r: i u .n-. r> 1,,,sesL.I.1 i if .ho' tax dollar and promised. report that the Air Force has have been cntalociied first but sor, and has been there ever since. ,
he arrived her in 1S11. tv n.urdrv :
Tit! \01 SI.1\ ifternoon Homestead Exemption ;if ,>! 't'd. to see that the counv announced the building of a 200- assured patrons that practically Varied Oenipattons t
goods stores wre trios- ./ :. '
: < .1opened I'
"L 1 1" : b>>\ s hln... trou- !!'i't.'alue received for all9u'i'Vs man mstallation at Cross City in all of the volumes in the librarvs Mr Stump was born in Charles .1 : '
M Leviton J. M. Alvarez Mrs.
Deadline Is March 1 I his store in ti-.i-in" M
spent. and recall
collection may be circulated after j Town. West Virginia
the future Blandingis
near Camp Lane Wesley Hodges N. B. Hull, ,
Commercial Zone Set "I nrnmi--e, tn faithfully repreI i training March 3 whether they have been that his father was a verY busy Stump went to V.ip.i.ii; "' t' .
j the
.\H tvr' .in""id tIt) outstanding only large Army and J W. :Morgan Of the lot. Miss Eva Wood a v.i./ \'.- '.-.- ,
I rt thp
si pponle of the Lawtey -t man. serving the little town as
rataollIl' or
Along Railroad Track T>,ttf! ""-ij Count v homestead exemption n.atnrt and th-- site in Florida. and is on a standby maker. only Stump's and Alvarez still lass he met when th} -.. .. n i .- .
] ronn'v :at laree basis. hive harness and carriage
: Many Army camps
I'pplic.itions! have bo't'n ed their respective )iN-:(" "
honored with Ills office. hei TI'l'rsahlI' operator black-
!l' >':.I iMdt>" Council! thL' ,' returned to the tax assessor's office I said been abandoned since \Voild W'arU With a chu'kle he recalls his were flex: door m':phr,'i- :'
i i 'lot 'Water mith. undertaker, and farmer.
I but have Blandms I's I
i k !I' .7ied tiom Light InI ': in Ptarke. according to courttv we kept early days of boarding at the old Staunton, Va.
None/ of these vocations anpt'at4'liIn
I .: : :.> Otmmernal classifica-i : now being used by our Nat ion U
j t aes'or Gene Ijcms i i Harrell Re-elected cAn FiWeri'lc.! ; who left home Starke lions, then operated by A favorite stmv of Mt .'' j'J':'
"a. MI, I lin!! I'in'est of Cherryi I j I Long warned that the deadline Guard and I will continue to B.iN, fien nehn' water heater j fit H and worked for the next Drew and Sallie Alvarez. who his a l'n"l' of hiirr. i 1self 1---:
t:I1 I "mith of Thompson i for filing applications is April 1 I M O. Harrell was re-elected work for its fullest possible use. \\liere The Hath? .
I forne t.irke f.re station are "ipht years liS a clerk in a New confprns ,elderly h i. '' :"
"Like all Congressmen from
'" 'in ( ,Ili slu-'t t to the southern and that some of the 600 still!! 1"1a 'or of Brooker without opposition -' fc irg sniieht bv the City Council I Vnri- i.-holpsalp dry goods house "Soon after I arrived invent to spied her in thf store ="r.i i'-...
the South. beheve in
t\ l.nnt.s: along! both sides of j I' out may be missed if they wait I in the recent election held reeation Deep in schools I I hain seg-- At its meeting Tuesday night i TT.. ]left ths' t,) enter the law of- Mr. Alvarez and asked, "Where's their return tr, Stark- !>"rr. .!,.
'>,' StMhu.ud; Air Line Railroad'T until the last minute and then there. Other Brooker our the bath?' He
officials! the Council was told that the old VP of hi.. blither but finding thought a minute Virginia w d-l'i: Z'bro's
,:!hOfVVh: I I "I:1C:<: the date for some reason. I elected. all without +rodnr >d legislation to keen th<; and said: 'Well. W I "\\ !" '
opposition. cvrieral hot water heater, installed in I >>o routine <>trT|. he derided to"qt me see. t nt ;Lr! "-cr > '
ii- I mj1 will permit the deilipnitnt 1 i He !'*aod that there are ; were: Frank Tinney clerk IT. C.j i' Courts from interfering believe youll find in the the .
: ", 1943 has ceased to operate and his i fortune in Flnridi when one ladyhl"'J:> : d to i "-r'n;
\ of s'.ores and other ,, "aronrd :3 000 :lUosether" cxxr. Douglas and G lU:. Green alderI"n' ,. oui'r' tint ri'I'JC'pm'nt: parts for that!| rn.ob1neerents of the sale barber shop a couple of blocks "Why that's the new M. ,

"11'1", 'r il l rn'erprUfyore the "..,,,, ," .,ro' ')' ) .', '. '! inr.Itf '! 'r.J 1 .? \\' Thorn.town j j' rp--, "fl' T hive opposedill !'art', 'I: ,. "1Iit"l! are n.. longer .,* .. ).->r 'd! l' \<'k" "I .
C 'ttrtv h il l
ii ir
> i Continued! on Paire; 101 I 1\ ..hh-! ; V- PMITP" r

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editorialTHE Former's Diary \arez are spending some time motht'r. Mrs Harold Alvarez .
NORTH SIDE i u :, of Maxville visited Mr Crr:
with their and'1"!' '
grandparents Mr I a Jacksonville hospital. sm/'i .t-: _

Ely Sam Mcdar>t> Hy Mrs. Oscar Carter11111111111Li11Ua11:11 :Mi, I1 U John whii- th..ir' Mr ar.l\Irs Randolph ('-..-.bv' IV.! '' '-liv ..ifeino'y:
land lives -- ---
on graded road -- -
"- II
which runs between the Brow-nice ---- a ,fRobbins'
high :school students who wrote the article Road an
l bt.low asked if they might have it printed in this bought tin place from a man visited her parent Mr an,! M.I:..-

column. They may be surprised; to see it here. named Clark a year ago July. Harry Taylor, and Mr ana Mrs

Uraiise we didn't make them a promise at the George Scull m 'Jfddtbuig! : '!i-' SpecialsBoys
HIke This week we turned the cows Sunday.
tmir In our desire however to give equal
into the field we planted in rye. Rev and Mis Elzev IJiiH.i"!
to all sides in the current controversy
and it was a real treat to watch and family were Sunday dinner
to turn this space, this week, into an the way the critters grazed it. guests of the Reese Scot IFMr ---- -

open forum for discussion of a matter that has \[urI ism this- week. aiiij weue Trouble is now we can't get old and Mrs. G L. Sapp. Mrs

lieen very much on the mind of everyone for the ; now soaking; wit At the Joy to come over to the shed to :Maude Wainwright and Mr anti Short Sleeve

past ten clay pie.sent tune w. know where the he milked Mrs Rudolph Sapp visited Mrs fll
SWell Susan Papp 'n Gainesville last
wales title is .1 i.- about six
HEAR US inches above the ground. Land if any of you all see a Sunday.Mr. SPORT SHIRTS ePef
red flash that looks like a fire Dansby and Mr Lawsonof (
Motto: "Gossip runs down more people each ' engine on the highway. don't get Starke visited our ihurchlast
than do." and we just have to wait 1,
.war, cars excited It is only Felix Sapp in Sunday night and gave a talk on
for it to out again.
Why are all juveniles: these days thought of dry his new truck and the reason he Training Union. Ladiesjp'i

:i.s delinquents? Wedon't, know the real answer Talked to Harold Norman the got a red one is that here lately Mrs Oscar Carter visited Mrs

to this question hut we do know that this feeling other day. and he said that thewet toP': had three different personsrun Marvin Rosier in St. Vincent'

didn't spring up over night, that's for sure. Generally weather has him tied up now, into his old truck and each Hospital, and Mrs Harold Alvarez NYLON TOPPERS

speaking) people live up to what's expectedof He reported that his father Leon time they smashed the same in Riverside Hospital. Jacksonville -

them good or had. Now, because of the who has a planting of berries fender. "Now with the red truck." last Friday.
Felix says, "they'll be able to Mr and Mrs James Smith and
action of a small minority the whole teen-age near Miami, picked as high as
see me coming. family of Ixike Butler visued the
100 crates a day. Pastel
of bad.
population is thought as S Oscar Carters and Mrs Carrie

Our school i is just like the community to us Our berries are growing now, While visiting with Mrs. Felix Smith last Thursday night

bt'causec spend most of our time there. If one and if "nothing bad goes wrong" Sapp this week, we met Felix's Mrs Carrie Norman is vistmg/ : i Colors ;

person in the communitgoe wrong is the we'll have thlmost uniform father and mother Mr. and Mrs her daughters, Mrs Lois Cartel

whole town# labeled bad? No!P.! Then why should planting we've ever had before. Jake Sapp, who are now livingin anti Mrs John Aguiar, in Jacksonville j

school be pulled down for the acts of a few? The plants are a nice green color. Starke Mr Sapp is almost for a weekMr .
well loaded 75.; and we hope we are as spry and Mis Earl Ciawfuidaie \ I .
do and ant they are pretty Size
for things
blame we
we're to
Sure with bloom and green fruit. We as he is if we ever live to that the proud parents of a son.
we're willing to accept that blame, but we won'taccept should be picking some berries in fine age. Randall Larry. horn !Satwdav.Ffb '.
t 0.20
the blame for things we don't do, wouldn'tthink about two weeks 18Mrs. .

of doing. and over which we have no control While hoeing the berries this Ret Johns of Lake Butler '

We're separate individuals now ; growingup Tried another poison bait toget week we weie pleased to see the visited Mrs Carrie smith at the Assorted 39 : jJ
poster of the Highland Baptist Oscar Carter's \\"prlnl'slaof lastweek. ,
to adult life Rut what kind of adults will the cutworms in our berry:; i

we be if these rumors and misbeliefs about ukt't'p :- patch this time one containing ('hun h. Edward Harvey coming Colors Value ts'
up the tow HP stops to see us Mr and Mrs. Carl Sapp visited {
cent chlordane. Sure hopeit
will make per
going? Do think we responsible -
you often and we always enjoy talking Mrs Harold Alvarez in Riverside *
= citizens then, if you don't believe and works for every year we are with him. On this visit he Hospital. Jacksonville, last $10.95 1 i 1
pestered with the doggone A
trust in us now? berries was showing us how he hoes berries Sunday afternoon r I
We provide entertainment for you through S STalked and if he does somethinglike : :Mr and, Mrs. TarcK| Norman 1

basketball, football, baseball track concerts, and to C F. (iBubt Gaiter that on every one of his calls and Fisher Gaskin spent

plays But what have you. as adults, done to about his patch this week and he he'll wear himself* out.SThere's list weekend ir Miami with the Now j
said his plants for the most part Leon Normans and'ai. Gas-
make ? If Size 218One
us a more productive group you are certain weed that gets
look good but that a little dark, a kmses
really interested in mt.why. haven't you done in our berries every ear and ,
hard-backed beetle, or some other Jimmy and Dot Johnson;
something about the situation? almost drives Sam It has
insect is chewing out the crowns. as weekend guests Mr anj Mrs
The one thing we really need is a recreation Said that about three rows were many slender fern-like leaves, and Johnny Johnson, and Mi, and .88 !

center; a place where we can go to bowl, skate, ruined this way Bub got a at maturity it has a lavender- Mrs. Harold Johnson, all of Madi-
colored flowl'r.o.fost weeds he Men's
(dance play games or just to get together. Wedolt tough break this week when, justas son. Group
his ran slice out with a hoe but not
t expect you to do it all. We're willing to he was going to mulch of Mi. and Mrs UuinellVilkmson t
that one always a case
do more than our share, if you'll only give us a berries, it took to raining.all "bend down, brother", if you of }I1amiWI visiting relativesin
work them overagain DRESS SHOES
he has to this vicinity last week
chance. There are many }places in town that want to get that. one out. Thomas Green of Thomasville :

:ould be turned into _recreation centers but how S S tune herewith '
Ga is spending some
often are they used? These places are the USO Saw something this week \\e heard a good way to increase his untie, Jerry Witcher

building, Woman's Club, Lions Club Legion Hall haven't seen for a long: time. It the yield of your pecan trees! :'111 s. Lois Carter and sons of: Values I I g

cout Hut, and Tennis Courts, Methodist recrea- was a team of horses, teingls'd drive a small rusty nail into the Jacksonville visited her mother \
to level trunk of the tree! But don'tdrive To
tion hall St. Edward's recreation hall and the bR.. B. Southerland Mrs. Carrie Norman last Tues
into if it doesn'twork. ,
small to any us
land in a field too ,
Episcopal Parish House. Mr Southerrrrr..rrrrrnrrr day. :; ,_ ,
use the tractor in. Mi. and Mis O .1. Norman
No one group should shift the blame to the
rrrrrrr m Staike last Saturday after spent last weekend in Jacksonville -
other group. We're not trying to blame the noon. with her mother Mrs. Johns Only ,

adults for our actions but we are asking themto Mi and Mrs Marvin Green of Mis Howard Norman and

let us have a little recreation. Do you think CLAY HILLh Mtddleburg were visiting with daughter Mary Frances, spent Robbins

that t this is too much for us to ask of you? Mr and Mrs. Ernie Padgett Sun- last weekend with her parents .99

Mrs 4 l.. Mricklnntl IIW :Mr ani! Mrs Carlos Rosier of '-

44444 Ida Padgett is recovering nicely the Evergreen section ,
..44444"44.44 I
"The Store of Values"Starke.
in Tampa from the recent op- Mrs Lora Norman ant daughter. *
And another letter follows: The\ Clay Hill PTA met Tuesday elation of having cataracts removed Shelia. visited Mrs. MargaretNorman
Dear Mr :Matthews: Feb 13. lot the Fla.
evening from her eye She is well in Jacksonville Tuesdayafteinoon
I am writing to thank you for bringing to the Founder's Day Program. Theie known here and all will be pleased .

attention of the adults, the fact that this town were more of the patrons present I to know she is recovering Little Gregory and Jimmy Al- --=-- :-t-z-_- _-- -::==--------_=_--==--_---= = --=- -- ;;- 5

does lack in cooperation between the adults and than have attended any meeting Rev T. M Knight was with u? ....." "_N__" d.M' ."'.-'." -. ---- .- ...... .
teen-agers. I feel! that many adults do not this term. Mrs Roy Roddy l'TA gave at the little Clay Hill church and :F ;: r..RM1'Aw'pwF""MI1leT: 7--
the story of the founders of wonderful .
delivered a messageW .
realize the fact that we young people are in great Mooie some of -
ant Minnie gave had several present and all
need of a recreation center in our town. the later history. I' med to enjoy the services : ; >;':; .

1 am one of the teens who has been accused of The project of the I'TA this Next Saturday night we will have ::j : < : ;; .. .. H"

doing all the "gang ]leading" by a certain business term is to help establish a library Rev Moore from Hickory Grove '
'. ., 1.IIIIII t.' I ...
< 'x i'JI ., .
school. >" ; .
tv' :
man. Speaking as a voice of authority. I'm lur the church to preach for us. March ., : .d
Chancy Moore of Green Cove 4 we will have C. E. Crawford ... j'::::.. ,V.: : ::: ':' 'x, ,
sure I know what the majority of the youngfolks ;, .
Springs gave a movie on polio from Evergreen church. He hasrecently .. .,. ....
want and how we all feel] about it. Sure enlightening.After I. .w' .< < """- ..,
which was very been licensed as a minister 't..
t there are some bad teens. You'll never go where the program refreshments We invite all to come and

there are human beings but that you'll find some were served help us In these services. aI '

had one The main thing the young folks are Sidney Harris had the misfor- \\'' had 30 of our enrolled: } a

upset about is that the wrong crowd is being accused tune to slide in the ditch last in Sunday School and feel thisIs

of all the trouble around here.If week at Strickland's mailbox and much better than we have been
had to work for sometime to get reporting. We also had more
the citizens want to help us. here's what we
out, gave up in despair, and hunted in Training Union and Sunday :L
want : some place where we can go at night to him out. Rich- I > .
to .
someone pull night preaching services than we r ...I w..w.w.
dance and he with another. We have _
one never ard Mosley of Highland happenedo have had for sometime. We had
had any trouble at any of our dances. and I dare be the one to come with his (iv.vi.citOfs in the Adult Train-

anyone to find any evil in them All of us are lumber truck and get Sidney "On ing Union besides 13 of our 16

t tired of hearing these adults promise us things higher round." We hope this regular members present. All en-

and tuner giving them to us. There are too many ilocsn't happen again. joyed the program or said they

narrow-minded adults in this town who forget }Ir. and Mrs. Ernie Padgettwere did. We have enrolled some new 1
in Jacksonville Saturday of members in the last two weeks
u hat it's like to be young.
last week on business which brings us up to 17 in the
-A Teenager Mrs Katie Dowcn of Jacksonville Adult Union. We can use all of'ou 1

spent Thursday night of who will come and enroll with ,

last week with her mother. Mrs us and we feel you will really ., ..
of' -
And still another this one from a mother: fiertie FairclothMr learn and grow in the Lord's ,. .. .
and Mrs. William Hall of work by being with us. Come and
1)3r11': :\Iatthews: t i

1 read your editorial. "Ignorance of Indiffereiue. Jacksonville called on the Ernie see what we are doing. We will .- 0.... ... .. ---.- '. --.-- ._ ._. ___ ... __ _...._:::: .... ... ... .J
Padgetts Tuesday night of last not enroll you or ask yon to help &;o 4-DOOR,T sent ;rh 'nnm 'i,.q <,, both ,\F flat .
Yes. the teenagers are now and have week with the program unless you say' 'I ,1iT 'n1rr< rear*rnt f for eitra cargo spars Th.far w\-i GO anj&r price u' n't.6.p.u!

been }pushed to one side. If we want good boys Mi and Mrs Buddy Wilkinson for us to Rut it helps us for

and girls, we must see that they have good clean ant Mrs Gertie Faircloth wl"rein you to be here even if you do

fun They are running over with energy, and Green Cove Springs' last Saturday. not take part in the work. We

need! clean activities to use it up. Happy children on hii ine
have a pretty good chance in life but what Mis Grafe Ling was shopping the future

have ours to be happy about? They can't go AND BLAZING!

howling or skating or anything that teenagerslike with a load ..

to do. Then when they do wrong, ask them
Why not have fun while you're being practical?
G'Ome Strato-Streak and
what caused the trouble and nine out of ten will m TdaY2 horsepower revolutionary -

;answer that there wasn't anything else to do. Here are some wonderful ways to do just that! Strato-Flight Hydra-Matic Drive !

I've lived in quite a few places. but we really a 1 .'1 d ofPULPWOOD Each one is sleek and exciting as a sports car, And that big extra power means a new kind

like Starke It's wonderful for older people handy as a pickup truck. and extra big in the of handling ease and liveliness you've never

]P.ut: we can't live our children's lives, so why not bargain with a road-leveling 122' wheelbase! known in a big car.

make it a better place for young folks? L But the really breath-taking difference in f And wait 'til you hear the prices. They're as

As I haven't lived here very long I guess you Pontiac's line of fabulous family wagons is the practical and exciting as the cars themselves -
are wondl.ringwhere I got the nerve to write Sit ] in truck and watch it being
comfortably : unloaded -
jour way they GO! starting right down with the lowest!
this letter. Well, it doesn't take nerve to see

what we are doing to these youngsters If in a matter of minutes by modern hydraulic There's nothing like it : because they're Come in soon-let us show you why these

powered by the greatest performance team fabulous '56 Pontiacs rated America's best
America had stood still we could raise our children hoisting gear Then Jetour check "on the spot" and ever are
like we \H'rlbut times have changed. Let's offered in a station wagon the mighty 227station wagon buys! '+":"' "" '!*>""

help our children over the rough spots by giving go on about jour business. No delay no incon-

them something to do. In that way we can let ""
lenience Your pulpwood i is source of ready cash
a you
t hem know we are for them not against them. p PONTIAC

-Mrs. Delia J. Garrett can't afford to overlook The modern facilities of Bradford :

Woodyard are open to everyone whether you JLJL.r \L
., il' '
If others wish to express their views on this! haul in a pick-up truck or the ]largest: rig on the road.

matter. The Telegraph will l>e glad to hear from 'Wyam'

t t'vin' Through frank and intelligent discussion, xou're always welcome. So join your neighbor at the _0'>

perhaps some constructive program can be im- Bradford Co \Yood\ard.

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.\\", lEBIU'AKY: 1956
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[ :and sons of Jacksonville\ visits attendante will stay up I fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT "The Lone Ranger" -- '

with Mr. and Mrs. C. B :Nola Charles Higginbotham and SarI ;1 Rides Into StarkeAt One Visit Will Prove You Get 1 iLtFf MORE MORE V
MAXVILLE ;iStl 1 suns, Sunday afternooinile ah Hodges of Jacksonville: visitor: II ElL l 0 N NIt ,
\\' here: Mr and Mrs. Nola> with Mr and Mrs Doss Higgmbo The Florida

took them to visit the Highland :ham and family Satuidi1:, :.Airs. .\u..-) N 01111.111
.. > ,. ,. .. .
:\Ir. ii. Suktn '
fly c ..Zoo and also to Mrs. Hattie N< night. T. I. fang z : '
Ian home. We are proud to announce that I AAAw11V AAA Al AAALl1 A "J ,'Lt; I :: ?::1\ n: i...1.o> a.:.'; T\.

1 lUllllllllUltllllLF' A \ali-ntne.s : Party J'or the new Intermediate Training: On fcurulaMan.li 4, tot Hi ::1blOnn :1- 11 ..kf1); .:> llil'V.t- Jebhl t-t.:. i.,:\ P

H. Ci.in.an end\ son, B. F. \\illing WorkersThe Union of the Maxville Baptist B.tpt.Uuiuh V.Iii "i;. i :..I..nol..mti> : Tllu-di.:" at tie F.t-;
1irdcd in Jacksonville last Satin Church is going nicely. annual withan : r.iia theatre in h." first f'-;
Willing Workers Club en I serve Its Hon.iioniing
!lt>' vi ith Mr and !'r$. Euddlirowmng joyed Valentine party at th" i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingand alhlay :sing. Sunday School; : length fea'uie film .\ ',v> ,..:ern!

home of a :Mrs.: C. B. Nolan las son of JacKson'ule'Isit...awi.h will be held a: 10'a. m. Followingthat thriller m WarmrColor ''l '!.2JtIII: i ; J: I y-s.
Mr and Mrs Bill Roberson t of Ton!,). :
Thursday afternoon. Games were Mi. and Mrs. Doss Higgui- the remainder of the day Jay Silvwheels plays ,
Jacksonville! visited with :Mr; Indian nerd!
the Ranger's
played\ and prizes were won by; botham and family Friday night. will be devoted to singing. A
Roberson's mother, Mrs. Dorothy.I,j Shirley Higginbotham, Bonnie Mrs. Lizzie Dupree of Jacksonville basket lunch will be enjoyed as he and his masked compin.'f1: ANN I'M, ;!.:: ;M 1"1 KI: MK..iPRESERVES;: !: : : \
Waters, last Thursday night. Lit !' Padgett. Gloria Cannon, Dobb is staying with her niece, about 1 o'011Come and enjoy pit their wits against h,aloftIndians i
tie Marsha, who had been ill for Nolan and Mike Cannon.rter Mis Geneva Smith. We are glad the day with us. I and a gang of outiav- c'I
a couple of weeks went horn I law and order to he -.n-
I the games Valentine cake and that Mrs. Dupree is better. A group of the young people of I bring :

with them. I drinks were served to Alene and ,I A Study Course on the Teach- the church met at the home of ing west. pl7 I
MIJ.S Robe Iuy"enhausen: Helen Sweat, Mary Kilgore, Shir ings of Jesus was held last: Monday Miss Barbara Norman Thursday I I Bonita Granville play" tl.. .c.t! -
has been added to the list, taking i: Icy Higgmbotham Henry Well Tuesday and Wednesday night of last week for choir prac- of a cattle baron and ve ,'',u: ::

piano lessons from Fred RidJi-I hausen, Bonnie Padgett, BiIIy; nights at the Maxulle Baptist tice. screen badmen. Lyle Bettger and

aids.We 'aid Bobby Nolan, Gloria anMike < Church Rev Babbs of the Macedonia Members of the Heilbronn Hortp Robert Wilkie, are also f. aturtd Seef Lb Jar
are sorry to hear that :Mrs : :: Cannon, Carolyn Chilsoi Baptist Church was the in- Demonstration Club met Tuesdayand : The Lone Ranger has neverbeen tare 2 59C

Agnes Sparkman remains ill at and Patty Parrish. structor.Mr. i Thursday afternoons with photographed without hii (
her home here and wish her :a I Friends of :Mrs.: Nell I'arrisl hi and Mrs Bud Waters and I Mrs Helen Sapp to make aluminum mask since his start on radio ir. JSueatA1PI

speedy recovery. will regret to learn that she wa: family of Jackson"ilIeisited trays. If you are interestedin 1932 and the beginning of his __
Little Connie Higginbothan i ill last week. with Mr. Water's mother, Mrs a tra\*. they have some for television series in 1949. I
has been ill with an attack of the CAMPFIRE WHITE OR COLOREDIAKHNALLOIS
Knight Home Entered: ''; Dorothy Waters and family Sunday sale. to the hospital Friday for a few
measles. I Two unidentified: white boys :: Mr and Mrs Kenneth Norman days of observation and treat- I 'JO-ozP/cgs/
Ben Higgmbotham was able to I' entered the home of Mr. and lrs.1! Mis. Lonnie Harris went to i i announce the arrival of a baby ment. I I 2 3SC

report tack to work Monda; Clarence Knight last Monda;; I II I Etaike Saturday and Monday to '. daughter on Valentine's Day. She I I :Mrs: Felix Sapp is home and ,
morning after a recent eye injury)'. I while the family was out in the i iI take two of her children, Ricky I'I'II .1 has been named Sandra Elaine. recuperating nicely. I II

Mrs W. A. Cannon of Palatk; I field working and made off witla I II and Judy to the doctor. We hope:: Paternal grandparents are the I I Miss Joyce Morgan is woiking I LIBBVS FANCY
and Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hast rifle, pillow slip, butcher knife I; they are well by now I Ancel Normans. in Jacksonville as a file clerk I It CRUSHED HAWAIIAN
mgs were guests of Mrs. Can : and the family dinner. The boy! ; Mrs. Jewel Deitz and :Mr: and homeR t Cons
Mrs Louise Miller of White- She spent last weekend at -oz
non's son-in-law and daughter, I were seen by several people tithe 1 I I house is our new schOOl bus driver. -: MM Curtis Edwards: and baby L. Morgan was confined to PINEAPPLE 1 L E 2" 49C
and Mrs. C. B. Nolan las to b : : Mrs
Mr 1 vkinit)'. They appeared < [ Mis Miller and her family of Starke! visited Mr and Glendale Hospital in Palatka part I
Wednesday I about 18 years of age. Deputj! i iI : moved into the Jack Lucas home I Ii Kenneth Norman and baby at of last week, but came home Sunday -
The Maxulle Home Demonstration I Will Knight of Grpen Cov 1 1I i here last weekVe welcome them I I the home of the An<'el Normans (
Club held workshop meet traced them as far as last Friday.
Springs : to our community. : Miss Estelle Green of Jacksonville -
mg at the home of Mrs. D. BOriffis I the lirinson Turpentine Camp al I II Friends of Colon Johns will Miss Sandra Carmichael spent visited her mother, Mr : With 75 3-4 oz Can

last Wednesday. The ladies I Hugh, but they managed to escape egret to learn that he is a pa- ,, last weekend in Jacksonville! with I' Martha Gieen last weekend.1'O1"I.L CHILI BEANS 23C
worked on quilt tops. Mrs. Grit from there. relatives :
tient in the Lake City hospital .
fis served a very delicious lunch I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis and] and we hope that he will soon be I', Sony to hear that Mrs A. C.1 I I IXHE the new Esterbrook -
to her guests. son of Glen St. Mary visited with Ellis of Rising section is on the I pur.e-+ire fountain pens in
well enough to come home. .58 at Brad All FUor I l.x! ot' 2 ANN
Mr and Mrs Fred Rickardi Mr and Mrs. Dan Hargroves and I sick list. I pastel shade Only S o PAGE lloIlt t.
end daughter, Karen of Callahan I Mrs. arah Jane Griffis Sunday:. Mr. ana Mrs Bootsie Cannon HarI I Tate Crosby was tamed bark :, ford County Telegraph. i i CHEWING GUM
and family and Mrs. Lealer 59c KETCHUP 2for 35cA&P
were visiting in MaxvilJe:' lastSaturday afternoon. I I
I ris attended the stock car races
Mr and Mis Lewis Connor of 1 1i Natural] Green & White ,
tat the Lake City Speedway Sunday 14' : 'oz Can LIRI5YS BEEF
Mr and Mrs. Cyrus CannorGORDON'S with Mr. and I
i Rryceulle visited II afternoon and also visited .
Mrs Dan Hargro\es Sunday. Also with Mr. Colon Johns at theVeteran's :. ASPARAGUS 23c STEW 24-oz 35c
visited I -
Mrs Dexter McPherson
TIPS hospital there 3' .
I I with them. : Ballards of Pillshury Pilhbul'Iix, !9 I oZ Pkg
Those attending the Assol'iaSunJay f -
Mr and Mrs Edwin Knight and i tional School meeting of FLOUR IQibpkg 79c PIE CRUST 2 for
family ,,f Baldwin attended Sunday the Baptist churches at White- 'i .
thurch servicesat
S 'hool
and ChurchPundav I house Thursday night were Miss Nutley (olon'd Quarter, -n-\-H.i' .. Red Sour Pitted!
the Baptist Debbie Phillips, Mis Dorothy
and visited with Mr, Waters, Mr. and Mrs Edwards I MARGARINE' > ctn 17c CHERRIES 19c
Knight's family, Mr. and Mrs
I i and Rev. Leslie Taggait
Clarence Knight and family sunday Mrs. ltalph Wilson, Mis Floyd I'I White (louse Safe Pure Sterile EYAP A&P: Frozen t,-ny, ORANGE

f afternoon. I Hall and Mrs J. C. Carter and
1 attended Rudy and Elmer birthday Higginbotham dinner in iniant son, lucky, of Jacksonvilleand : a MILK 5 tall cans 590 JUICE 6 for 75c
I ,
Mrs. Earl Mosley and son
Jacksonville: Sunday at the home in'' IIilLs-0-H..me. WHOLE A&PFr./eiuiRANGE: '
Ronnie, were visiting datives
of Mr and Mrs. Charles StarlingThe I
dinner was for Mrs. Starding's .Maxulle last Thursday. OKRA 10 oz i5c JUICE n-o 23c
I I :Murk shower
son, Charles Higginbotham '
i I One hundred people attendedthe : Mrs Fannie Griffis entertained Hills-0-Home 12-ox.: TURNIP \.nt'. RITZ

:M.txville Sunday Baptist School Sunday services at s.; ,hool the !: Saturday with a stork night,shower February honoring ISth! GREENS 2 "-oz 23c CRACKERS 'l-Ib' 31

v"O I inch Thrifton. Lowest
the Mis Winfred Harris. Mrs : RCA Victor 17-
We hope
xnr I Sunday morning I ictcivcd lots of useful and priced RCA Victor W! Cabinet 37o
"Fore! Er..a..that is-3/4' I '*' _-__1!'.' ..--. ---' ..: attractive gifts. Refreshments of smaller than previous table models-fits
I '-- i .tktand drinkwre seied.Tln close 1o wall! "Hidden Panel" Tuning con-

head down anC >se attending were Mrs. Fannie' ceals controls on top. New Balanced :
jour -je on the lull Is Important ; COLONIAL Ciufis; Mrs healer Han, Mis Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rellar! !: u;d_ BACON SALE I
icework Glides Copeland, Mrs. Lucille stand, extra. Model 17S6022. -
in nut in sen
golf. '
) Gnffis, Mrs. Doris Strickland.
head up and on the ball FLORIST I Mr>. Sarah Uhinedress, :Mrs.: Harris $159.95 "Super-Right" Prem. Quality Thick Sliced

that's as! Let us ('hNk yourS : : and Miss Kay Strickland.

Tires i PHONE 218FLOWERS : races Among Sunday those at the allt'ndingtht'Lake City BREAKFAST}{ BACON 2 LbPkg 13C

0 Batteries speedway were Mrs. Florence CHAS. C. SHEPHERD : ,
O Air MiterSpark I, Parrish, John Mosley, Mr. and

0 I'lugeSINC1Ai (j) II Mrs. Junior Mosley and family, TV Radio Seat Coders Upholstering All Good Sugar Cured Thin Sliced
:Mr: and Mrs. Sammy Midjette

I and family Mr. and Mis Robert I II Phone 239 Starke, Fla. lLbPkg
I I Smith and family and Mr and : BREAKFAST BACON 33CGr.

For All Occasions 1 Mrs. Franklin Bell and family.Hill will OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
I Friends of Mrs. Deane

QOWERtgwxrp1 DISH GARDENS be glad to know that she is get- "A" Fla or Ga 2 to 3 Lh Avg Jut Heat'N Eat
I \ ting along nicely after a recent I <
II 10-
z Boxes FISH
PLANTS Te Paul Hos-;
POTTED operation at the I FRYERS Ib 39 STloKS

I POTTERY I i pital Six Norfolk women: drivers, Va. will take 3 for $1.00
\ the stock car races at ;
part in I
WAGER'SService Flowers WiredAnywhere I
i the Lake City speedway next ,I I "Super-Right" All Meat Sliced j! Sunday. Two of them are from '

Station 1 Maxville, Mrs. Florence Parrish ? ;? l I I BOLOGNA Ib FILLETS Ub box
I #
; and Mrs. Ann :Mosley.I 70V ; I, 29c
Starke I e
987 Temple Phone leO Nona St. and Mrs. Rufus Owens and I

Starke, }1a., I I have s'A II I .
\ Ga. < "
:! family of Blackshear __: = _. -_ __ ._ : ___ ::: ,:. --'o' -
,'__ .__ I,. moved to Maxville and are living t'a a I __ __ __ = "__ == : :
i ,. h
'. .; ':' .-. : .' :-.- ," ''''',;..:': in Florence Parrish's house. Ed- : .: t .j ; \ I NEW
: We are sorry to hear that ppyyjj

ward Edenfield mashed his foot I .. '\ :
\ [ badly Monday when a load I
4.1 For Frying For
,. of lumber fell on iti + { 3 { '
give i i Mrs Florence Parrish visited in .xr .

i Blackshear Ga. Sunday morning The All
Purpose Oil
your ,
;I Mr. and Mrs Ed Harris and /' -
Roma 4a f children and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson i \ \ \
y S.
1 of Jacksonville visited with 1/Go//
Mi ant Mrs J. C. Nolan and' LiCal dmun, DEXOLA $1 ,69

family Thursday.
2 Piece Foam Rubber Cushioned ;I Owens Family Reunion I, CABBAGE 3CFreh
:i Mrs!' Florence Parrish entertained I II L w r
; at her home on Sundivi r

I i I Feb 12th with a family reunion 1 vp l-lh ( Bug Qt
SECTIONAL honoring the Owens fanulv She ?6r rl4'I DEXOLA 4SCprNEAPPLE
I" ; Each
served a baked ham dinner. Thw' CARROTS f" gc
attending were Mr. and Mrs i
1 Corner Table 2 Sofa Pillows ': Jimmy Mangrum: and family, Mr.

and Mrs Jimmy Granger and ASP 1C oz Can APPLE
For I family, and Mr. and Mrs Calvin 1 changed an eyesore Each
Only Owens and family of Jacksonville
I For
Five I Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Adams, I into an eye-catcher i SAUCE 2 l1Clb
John Mosley and Mr. and Mrs ,
I Junior Mosley and family of Max-i WITH -I BagGRAPEFRUiT
Piece flA1195Similar
; I
I villeI I II ioc
I. Mrs J. C. Nolan and family
visited with Mrs Nolan's: mother, \ \ I LJ JIM DANDY I I5.lh

To J&t Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson in Jacksonville Bag 1-lb B-oz I IORArmES
I Friday. D44Z WONSOVER!
Picture 1
The \\'illingork<>rs Club will Dc

I hold their regular meeting next w 29CEMPEROR I

Thursday Marsh 1st. : to with dreary rooms
There's no reason put up
minister, Rev Lobotz ;
j! A Dutch fresh I
and his wife came to the Max- i when it's so easy, so economical to give them A&P Our Own ;

I: villa! school Monday and put on a new loveliness with Dutch Boy Wonsover. This Lb

| program for the pupils. I washable, oil-base interior finish covers most any GRAPES 1 15C 1Lb

iictkP7ilart I We understand, that Mrs. Ada I Ii surface 'with just one coat is so easy to apply TEA 99C !

: : i I Godwin is feeling better and we I __S/.z- with brush or roller, dries quickly. Fresh Crisp; Cello Bag
she continue to
: hope that Wonsover comes in a wide variety of
improve i iI .I decorator shades that can be Each
: ; s- ) smart RADISH 5C i
I I I II I II u 7 matched with Gloss Enamel or Satin NOTICEWill

I : '='t4 ;; : Eggshell for woodwork and trimoy
: Can't Get Rid Or J L 1Jlt not plan now to have those bright, Be Open !

I 'f chem rooms that Wonso\er can give feyC: Jane Parker
i of Your CoSd' ? I volt. Choose your colors atHAftDARE ;", ALL DAY THURSDAY :
i Then try C66. the wide-activity medicine I "
fur >t efffitivcnt.53Hg i
grate i uu nnlnu wuel{ Uql IOI
.an>t all! svrnrt.rms!< (if Ci 1 l.i.! lbt>mult mi's 4 .:: t''t'\-. I :
Fllrnilure hC prvscr.bed drugs! and gets p: ,MS I II STARKE CO. .
dramatic '.1.: 'T a r: i::.r f I I. irs ; .' I .
theromptie .,
Its combined tuiricuttrs| S4 ,141 .u. s
I range of al old symptoms Lge 8-in Size ftC
Company PIE ] -I12allst
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Starke Fta.rnlU.
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Dr. Her/ong Observes 80th Play FeaturedIn Farmers' Future

"FocusVeek" City Firemen Rites Saturday

k1L w- I Topic For Two For Mrs. Durden ; !

:'n' "-' ,..!- YWA the most f'ocusreek outstanding w' ts And PolicemenGet AES Economists Burial i In Tampa

: j.l. presented \red.t'.It Cattlemen and j
Bureau Mrs A. > .
u.: i.'- ',! ,, ,
.. .': the regular prayer members will hoar two Agricultural urd...... ttiornir::. a'l! > > '. .._. ,

Iad's Mooty r...: z'I! vice by members of Pay Raises Extens.on Service economists 'I Illness at the ho-'", 'f: '. j|
1 1. '
-* and
Phone 35Ssrrs High School tonight ( Friday) ters. Mrs. 0 L. Bt. ..<,'\ \' I j
: v> \ I'Kirr the direction of give a picture of1
.. (I :S..UX: 11,1 ,,., ? \\("11'.tJl'j what the J W Kmcaid. in St.i'k; ,
s==s .tspas=ss= p" I 6 6 .J : Mrs. J.V.. Furlong for future holds for the ;
r L. "' V! I H O..Dansby. j s.I, :kl' 1''" ;,, nen and firemen byI I', farmer. I I!j i Born in Albany. r\ .. i j

Garden Club i Thursday Dinner : 'I"' i-.av.: "Two Americas" thf city Council at its meeting Dr. E. W. Cake and Dr. C. C. : 1874, she was the da-: : ', j

To See Special Program Set I -, .. "' !t.. our attention more viv111 -I Tuesday'rning.. Moxley will be the guest speakers. late William A. andT.: k ; \ i]

lTV { il.' :.>- Film l t
Farming ByVoman's Club i .. policemen was changed from 1, ,
> farmers
and cattlemen the late A C
some "out: Duiii \
IL nmA. S40 per week to $45 o' ; I!: 1
Starke Garden Club will A buffet dinner lII. .ic.se of the week the I It per week look information" that should be moved to ?
j is being planned automat it-ally raising the Tampa in l9i7, ,\l',' "> :
inade I pay helpful
; ( receiving blankets to' in planning their ,
meet Monday evening at 7:30: t by members of the Starke Worn- I! Officer Wilbur Griffis who started -' operations the lived until Mr DIl:.h'! n1 :
I ot fivHn to the new hospital as ,
Parish house '
the on
o'dock in an's Club to held | work as a regular policeman'two tirement. After
be Thursday evening a mission Dr. that they"i 1
immunity project :
fhurch street. I as weeks Moxley will l also be preparedto
March 1, at the club house .utane-J in their activities for the ago. answer any questions that their home in Starke
:Miss Clara Leaman. Conserva-i I The motion to might ; I
I The finance chairman Mrs. veek, under the supervision of raise Gnffis' be asked Mrs. Durden .
Jun- .
social was
in of the I securi- a :1!;" :: ( *:
is j
lion chairman and, will show charge a sound ius Smith announces that the Mi* J. E Hildebran, Young Peo- ; salary was asked by Mayor W. T. ,, ty taxes as they apply to the I i! the First Baptist ( 'hur. '; .' j
program 1,& s Dneotor. j, Jarkson. who pointed out that he'' farm. Starke.
and color film entitled "For Yearsto j proceeds from the dinner will go worked for the police department'
whioh will show the ben- imurtlKKS AM) The meeting will be held at the I Besides Mrs. Beasley and M--I I
Come" << toward club projects. j SISTERS of Dr. M. B. Herlon? gather around The Daisy Fowler Circle Mrs. from time to time on a contingent :
of conservation I Garden Restaurant at 7:30 o'clock. Kincaid, Mrs. Durden i IS :: ."
tficial results him he basis before I tr11\:
I time will as cuts huge birthday cake at his 80th Maxe Carter becoming a :
Serving be at two different anniversary celebration Sr., leader met in perman- All members
and by another ,
by a familyin ent persons interested daughter.:,; r ii i- 1
farming experienced hours 6 to 7:15: o'clock and Sunday. In the group, from left, are: Frank Merlon Starke the home of Mrs. J. B. Sapp with employee and is already familiar :
with the local con- ; 111le two organizations are i i Hoppe of Tampa; one sister M- -
kervation cooperation district. j 7:15 to 8:30 o'clock, with a complete Karj Herlong, rt. ttnite; Mrs. Carrie Adams. Starke: D. II. Herlong, ten members present. 1 I with the job. invited to attend. Ladies are C 1,. May of Albany. Gab: >. !

will show of home talent being I'alatka; Mrs. .Myra Koy, Lake City; Sirs. Lucille Dunn, nvthorne; After the devotional was given i The move will make $45 the especially welcome. ;, er. S. J. Broadaway of Alb.rn' C r; I
Hostesses for the evening presented at each time. C. \\. and by Mrs. K. A. Green Mrs. starting wage for all future |
Herlong, .Mrs. Mary Edwards, Jack>on\ille. i M. F. t and one grandson. James C Hoj .' 1
be Mrs. Matt :Morgan chairman. policemen hired by the '
Mrs. Hazen city.
Smito has appointed the presented the program as- of Tampa.
Mrs. Tyler Jones. Mrs. J. E. sisted At request" of Fire Chief D. W. County Judge Sets
following committees to be in by Mrs. B. T. Thomas. i :
Mrs. Marian Howe. and' I Dr. M. B. Herlong celebrated Mis. Job Funeral services were heM: <
Ruby Carpenter the
Groover .s. salaries
the the'city's
charge: Mrs. Hogan Smith and Attending A social hour was enjoyed at'' of February Plea Day
Jim Ritch. his 80th birthday anniversary guest books three the DeWitt C. Jones Chap'Starke ,-:
Mrs. Miss Jean
j i Mrs. Tyler Jones in charge of were Mun- the close of the meeting. I permanent firemen t
'I Sunday at his home on N. Walnut dy of Starke II Monday morning at M
and Dr. Herlong's I were raised from $50 week'
food; Mrs. Charley Johns and Mrs. I per Tuesday, Feb 2S, has been seas
WMU Circles Steve Simmons tickets; Mrs. Lex street with a dinner party at nieces Misses Elaine Grooms and Beta I to $52.50.( matchinthE':: policoi the next plea day for County' o'cl\>Ck with Rev. L. D Hi-: >

; Green and Mrs. Thelma Jennings noon ar.d a gathering of old friends Mary Ann Steinmeyer of Jackson. Sigma Phi i; department maximum and th-J '! Judges Court by Judge T. A. j'. and Rev. R. E. MacBlam of fit i.r
I and relatives throughout the after- ville. ing. Following the services; hei.
Circle of the decorations and Assisting in serving were scale for the department's fourth'man 'Yawn.
Helen Masteis tables; Mrs. J. A. The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority r the ,

First Baptist WMU met in the I II Griffin and Mrs. C. II. Nasworthy noon.The Herlong home was beauti-' Adams Mrs. Mark Mrs.Adams.Frank Mrs. Carrie will meet at the home of Mrs. was to $471O.The upgraded( l from $45 perweek ,t On tnt date pleas! may be entered I where body committal was taken sel'\'ir.to ."Tamj"-A.- .'

Mrs. R. A. Newsome serving and floor plan Mrs. W. Herlong. Mrs. Maxie Carter j I officially and
home of ; Jr., Kingsley Lake. arraIgnments I held at the
ful for the occasion with I I grave-sule! in :\1. I r "
a profus- Charley Johns Mrs. W. fire
Tuesday with Mrs. f. B. Beard I B. Sewell entertainment. Mun- Feb. department raises will will be made the '
I on Monday, 27, at 8 p.m. Mrs. in Judge's offices Hill 3
Cemetery at I'
sion spring flowers at p m
placed dy Mrs. L. J. Green Mrs. Charles not affert minimum
the devotional. Mrs. R. V. starting''L1aiios in the
bringing All the food decoration., entertainment Turner will be co-hostess. I courthOll.e.Yawn .
vantage points throughout. The Dinkins Mrs. Richard for
M. M. Morgan presented( an interesting and help will be fur- I Cunningham new men. said that the present
I bountiful turkey and ham dinner'seo'ed and Mrs. Shelhe Hall. As-
program on "Missions nished by members of the club and Subdivider: state of the docket indicates a'
Advanced in Home Lands." The the dinner promises to be one of :' was on picnic tables in the sisting the guests in parking their Ii'I Reports Green Runs ForCommitteeman term of the court will be nc'ded' ,
yard. had
Herlong three
cars were Archie Green Billy j
meeting was closed with prayerby I the outstanding social events of !, beautifully embossed birthday'I Steinmeyer, and John Adams.i i I Building ProgressIn "sometime in May." He pointed J

Mrs. L. D. Haines. the Spring season. out that though the court sits
I I decorated with yellow and The more than 200 guests in-I Green Acres AreaFour
only when there is enough business :
I pink rose buds. cluded friends and relatives

Lorena Epperson Circle met Buffet Dinner Greeting the guests as they arrived -,I North and South Carolina. Georgia homes have been completed Former Congressman Lex'l to warrant empaneling a ,

with Mrs. J. W. Furlong. After !| i were Mrs. II. H. Adams and and Florida.DeRopp and anoffier is in the plan- Green, of Starke. announced this' jury, pleas are entered on regu- I Robert \ff. NelsonFormerly
i lar
a devotional by Mrs. B. O. Perk- 1 Mrs. C. J. Houpt entertained -- ,I ning stage for the new Green I' week that he will be a candidateI !: plea days each month. I
I 1
Newsome Mrs. Victor Lambe members of the L. L. Class of the Birthday PartiesMr. SpeakerFor I Acres subdivision north on High- for Democratic National Commit- The exact date for the next,
I I I .,, term of the couit will be announced Of
First Baptist Church Thursday way 16. according to L. D. Green
over the business meeting in the I teeman for Florida.
absence of Mrs. Alvarez circle I night of last week with a buffet and Mrs. H. J. Waters gave a I BP\V Meeting of Starke. j 'The Democrats of Florida'' later he said. LincolnMercuryDealer
dinner at herhome on N. WalnutSt. surprise birthday party Saturday Green announced. Tuesday that : :should have a National Committeeman ,\
leader. The program topic. I An address on changing world t Funeral
Services I
eight lots have been sold ., serve1i Held
afternoon for their daughter, Suz- : who can and will
"America Must Be Christian.
was developed by Mrs. S. E. Following the dinner, new year anne Ford, who was celebratingher I I conditions by S. Kyburg DeRopp to date in the 20-lot subdivision, i'i j'': vigorously for the interest of the For Josephine Hall i'i'I '

books were completed and givento : owner and manager of Plaza which was applied by the city' ]Democratic Party and who has in
Sparks assisted by Mrs. Jessie seventh '
Newsome, MMrs. Victor Lambe. each member. The business! anniversary.The Lodge, highlighted the Monday: and county in June of 1955. !I!|: i the past and will in the future' Josephine Roberson Hall 88, I In GainesvilleIs

Flume.WSCS meeting was presided over by the party was held on the lawn I evening meeting of the Starke j He said that all lots in the de- actively and aggressively support died at her home in Sampson CityTucsay I
and Mrs. F. F.
teacher. Mrs. F. B. Beard. I ;at the waters' home on W. Mad. I j \elopment run from 145/ to 200 I 1 the party and vote for ALL of its morning following a'I' Now With

II I ton street where a pink and blue j Business and Professional Worn-, feet frontage and are approximate-:1 i, nominees," he said, adding that I :lengthy illness. II I,
en's Club at the home of Mrs. S. I t
MeetingThe WOW motif was carried out in the refreshments ly square. 'he does not believe party officials Mrs. Hall, a 50-year resident of McGriff Mercury

t and decorations. I II I E. Simmons on Westmoreland St.t' The homes built so far have !; 'should split their ticket in elec' Sampson City, was born in Wayne'I

general meeting of the First I j Members of the Supreme Forest, The 19 youngsters enjoyed ;' Monday night. been in the 110,000-plus price, tions. County, Ga.. March 25. 1867, and

Methodist WSCS was held Mon. Woodman's Circle, will meet in the J games during the afternoon and I A brief business session was bracket. I i|i. Green has served as a member was a member of the Baptist MotorsCourt
day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the i; prizes were awarded to Ida Vickers 'of the Florida Legislature, Brad- Church. Her parents were the I
conducted by President Mildred Green Acres is about i
WOW hall Tuesday evening at 7:30: I| one half-1'I '
Mrs. Henry T. Godwin i' and Bobby Dodd. They also re- I Doyle, after which the guest mile from Bradford High School. i! ford County Judge 18 years as late Wiley and Mary Strickland
president, presided. Mrs. Carle- o'clock for their regular meeting. ceived favois of balloons and story ;I district congressman and two Roberson. and Jefferson Sts.
speaker was introduced by International I ,i
ton Stevens devotionallafter I Refreshments will be servedMrs. I
the by
gave books. Relations Chairman Marian : years as congressman, state-at-j| She is survived by two daugh-
which Mrs. T. H. Slade had Lillian Allen and Mrs. Lorenzo -'I I Party Planned Phone .117
Among those present were Suz Howe. : large. He has been a member of ters: Mrs. Fred W. Ellis of Lake
charge of the program; entitled \ Green. All members are askedto anne's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. j i For Boy ScoutsA the State Democratic Executive Geneva, and Mrs. T. C. Thomasot
j Mr. world
"The World Laborer, Worthy of : attend. I II M. C. Ford of Jacksonville and i ii DeRopp. prominent Committee for many years. Palatka; three sons: W. J., T. In Order To Jive; Our Customers -
His Hire." I traveler, lecturer, educator, news I
|I I i Mrs. W. D. Faxon of Starke; an'' analyst, banker, and publisher, j A theatre party is planned I I He will be opposed for commit- I,., and Joe S. Williams all of Up To The Minute,

Gospel Singers unt. Mrs. J. W. Hinely and children '| stressed the importance of keeping I for Boy Scout troop 70; by :i j I teeman by Riohard Barker of Sampson City; and five stepchildren Expert Service, We Have

Wesleyan Guild i Pat and Pam, of Jackson-j I up with world events and that j| the Staike Gardtn Club in the .j I Jacksonville the incumbent, who : Mrs. G. F. Dinkins and Mrs. Secured This Factory
t The Melody Quartet will appear I ville. and Donna Dee Faxon of iI j I! FIond.1 Theatre on the afternoon has been criticized for his nonsupport A. J. Lowry of Jacksonville Mrs.
1 i distances between countries Trained Mechanic with 19
can no ,
The Wesleyan Service Guild will |' Pine Level Baptist Church on Starke. : I I of Saturday, Man 3, in recogni- j i of the Democratic nominee Sarah Roach of Tampa. Mrs. Ross

meet Tuesday. Feb. 28. at 7:30 Sunday. Feb. 26. at 7:30 p.m. The 1 I longer provide defense. tinn of the Scouts' assistance in I in 1952. Mabry of Keystone Heights, and Years Practical Experience.

p.m. in the educational building. I public is invited. Eddie Hartmann celebrated his iI j lIe also related a number of interesting '|! the club's 19.)5 Christmas sale ,I Green declined to comment on J. C. Hall of Pinellas I'aik. !j
I 14th birthday anniversary Saturday -':, personal anecdotes connected whit h netted $::00 for the city's ; the possibility of his being a can- ; Funeral services were held in ,
with his extensive travels. didate for office in the the DeWitt C. Jones at''
evening with a party held at beautification program. any spring Chapel ON ALL MAKES
I the Woman's Club. !' Hostesses Della Rosenberg and The 30 boys will be treated tea (:j' primary election but stated that Starke at 2:30: p.m. Wednesday, I

I The club house was gaily: decolI !' Ruth "Simmons served refreshments show anj refreshments and thi ,:|' his running for committeeman Rev. Malcolm Davis officiating. I It !I'' AND MODELS
would in no him from Interment was in Mt. Siniah
presentation Of a citation will bo way prevent
I ated for the occasion with clusters : t t
of multi-colored balloons arrang- 'I Mann and April programs for made to the troop. being a candidate at that time. CemeteryGraham.. I:

-.. dL j II ed along the walls. Refreshments i i the group will be planned by Mrs. I Mayor \V. T. Jackson Scout- ;.
Simmons. and Desta Dyal has
,. were served in the sunroom and II i master Charles Manier, and garden -.

'7 4i fJ'I I the long table held punch bowls I II j', been nominating chosen committee chairman with of Miss the:| club president, Mrs. M. F.liazen MCGRIFF HOME OF

at either end. Around tlhe punch are expected to be present -
I 1 Madge Middleton and Mrs. Helen
; Garden
I bowls were plumosas fern with: along prominent
_._lA I i Harley. Club members and Scout officials
red gladioli blossoms set at intervals. I|
: The traditional birthday The boys helped sell wreaths
and Christmas decorations in King izeAUTOMATIC Trades
cake embossed in red and white, mann and Eddie Hartmann.

I in the center of the table completed Eddie's mother!! Mrs. Loyree I tarke and other county communities -
as their share of theproject.
arrangement. Hartmann was assisted in seningand !

The 38 guests enjoyed dancing caring for her son's guests by .
j 1n -
3- during the evening and watched Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mrs. Guy
','- I I
several skits put on by :Margaret.I Sale and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest |; Recent Births I

i Phillips Bob Smith Debbie Hart- Phillips. !I It
How careless are you i iI Mr and Mrs. J. W. Thomas of ERS
Starke announce the birth of a
.. I
-' son. Steven Gerard on Feb. 16

!i at Doctor's Hospital.

..> ,,
with : ,i The ?tarke Maternity Hospital

yourhai'iI ,, announces the following births: -

i Mr. and Mis. Earl W. Crawford .,.

of Lawtey, a son Randall .. :
"I I m .i
I t I .. .
f, .
earne !I Was :glad to see Tom Jackson II i ij Frame for further duty Tarry. on Feb. 18. :

I j back in school Tuesday f."r his! Noted that the Ernest Aliens Mr. and Mrs. Lowin Reddingof I : .'it, i I
... >
daughter. Judy 'k''
j skating accident lait Saturday have moved into their new hom. l La-Atf-y a 'f..: ..;'

cash? at the skating rink in Gainesville. at Saratoga Heights Ir. and Marie, on Feb. 21. t1.iJ .,, _
!= "

He reieived a compound fracture : Mrs! J. L. Crosby have moved to I Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews of J I .t'.,. ... ....'..\,;..,..... "h:;T I'
:'i in the left wrist and was hospitalized !j 723 N. Railroad Ave. and the'j I I Anburndale! announce the arrival' .:...:,. '- : :":

\, l in the Alachua General! Felton Smiths are residing in Feb. I t kti REMOVES
of a daughter. Laura Lee on '
I y Hospital' from Saturday to Monday -, the Green rental on Clark St. i 9 in the'int..r Haven Hospital I i(: :: <0.0.I ; I SAND, LINT, SILT AND SOAP SCUM

It's t how afternoon also in the on the birthday calendar this j jI Mrs. Crews
surprising people I Before her marriage : FROM YOUR WASH //V
who wouldn't dream of speculating !skating party were his mom ,I week we find Jackie Hobbs wa!.' i was Miss! Helen \\Ttitfield of the I \\:1}! ; { 41 i'

; in the market-will take a Pat .lac kson, and brothers. Marc 18 On Feb. 19, Jimmy Hobbs was !j State Farm. v4.. :. : .. Cleans end Reckons a Full Tub of Wash .*

and Hi in'e. Art and Eloise Lou- | 15 on Feb. 9, L. S. Hutto wa.ii i Model ...:, .Ii'.. : Wafer 5 Times During Washing Cycle .-
chance and try to buy silverware i WA .. :: ,
at a cut price, "fly-by.night" jcm ind daughters. Harriet and i 75 years old on Feb. 22nd and 1 !, I 7""N > i i' to Give You Cleaner Clothes. 7*

of Pa-i i u.i a. Belts Andrews aaj son. j also celebrating:: birthday on Did jou know there are more ''.)
type store. I I .
I -- . ,
Tomnu and Gerry Gibson that day was George HuKgins: i '
people in hospitals today for ,.,., di
Now a jeweler appreciates the Martha Susan Ritch had small b : : : ,
Sending the weekend up at a mental and nenous disorders I '.. : '
fact that sterling is probably a 9 party for a few girl friend Wednesday -
Tin- ritadfl) were Linda Johns of than for all other diseases combined I
once-in-a-lifetime purchase. He : afternoon celebrating her
of the:' 1 ?
Starke, Nancy Bates
carries an enormous stock of patterns I I 10th birthday, anj Lila Rae Yawn I Chiropractic srlceould I II I

and does everything he canto State Farm and Frances Durden' has a birthday today, Friday. haw presented many of these : NOW

help you choose one you'll be ,'i! Jax Beaih who were guest v i iIi '1 Was surprised when leafing I because 1956
patients being hospitalized
!' /
happy with always. one that Biuce Durden. a student at !j: through the All Florida Weekly jour Chiropractor I h a I i :

will be available when you wont / :he Charleston: S. C university :j I Magazine issued with the Jax nerve "specialist His work is DELUXE ONLY'RANGEI
they attended a Valentine | Journal last find
to odd pieces later on. Saturday to to locate and remote nenepressures
Dance there Saturday evening !!!! ; '
: the pictures and articles on Gene
thus the
We have many many patterns, to hear the Jean
was sorry Matthews and Loyree Hartmann :
0 ',I dt>\t'l of and
pmt'nt nervous
bearing the of the finest .
names nette Young entered St. Yinen ., both items surely gave Starke 9flSO
I mental disorders.
silversmiths in America We have .
: Hospital on Monday for ana Bradford County a plug and
16 'lovely in International Below is such a ..a.<,t>: S9
patterns D
bSt> possible ,I
J'\'dtion surgery
) and ,, should help to keep our young
; Sterling alone. n-tjretted to learn that shiJ city in the limelight!: Patient male 35' years ofagt' i _

If you want your silverware en. tendered her resignation as Ii- 1 The new member of The Tele- was extremely nervous andexhausted L
/ all the time. Unabl>
graved we'll do it We'll / branan before enering the hospiaJ -: graph staff is Ted Rancont Jr., : hours Big Family Size Om
/ to sleep more than 3 per .
deliver your silver free -in chest after 20 years in that poii! who came to Florida on a vacation -i nite. Felt a nervous breakdown

or protective flannels.If you wantto (ion j!i some time ago and liked it I uould occur minute. Afterfirst -:::. Pushbutton Controls
pay for your purchase a little Ann M Kinney of 655 X.'al-|, so much he decided to come back any And Your Old Range

at a time, we offer a convenient nut Pt reports that her yellowparakeet 'to1'e\ His newspaper cat eer" I tension Chiropractic relieved adjustmenttho and i!.* ColrodS Bake end Broil '
named Bill. flew away: up to now includes editing theUniversity I ei Units .
budgetptan.Nocorryingcharge, '
afternoon and she Detroit made gradual Improvement 0\era .
las: Saturday of Varsity I 4I
no interest, no red tape. would hke it back if you knowof J, News editing and reporting: on period of weeks{ then dismlsrtl !I .*. Focused Heat EroilefCalrod .

whereabouts call Ann at Press Frank- as fully recovered.CONSULT .
its The Four Corners 1 1t9 .

1 Dovlf Cleaners Pvt. Kaspar ,;1 lin. Mich., and other papers in I SyrfcttCosMni, .-

'hen you trant aiIverware-Ce your Jeweler I Duncan. Pvt. Milton Hicks andi surburban Detroit Te
i Pvt. Edward Hardenbrook arei he likes Starke fine and hope I BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I Pi'ceIth ,,

i I home on two weeks leave after the feeling will be mutual ,I

ROBERTS JEWELRY : basic training at Fort Jackson. 'I Seems to be all for now '

, I S C. After their leave Hicks will see you at the Woman's Club
! !: will report to Fort I' nox. Ky.. dinner Thursday eveninsr. served G. J MCQ1FF Se. The Complete Line Of

! Your Friendly/ Jcicder" i j Hardenbrook will ?!o to Fort I,, at the club house by metnK-rs of I 3 Bl.xks Xorth of Post Office

, I Bliss. Texas and Duncan will re- I 1''tbe club hear it will be a I In Starke! I GE Automatic Washers

: Starke Florida nor! hark: to Fort Jackson siimntioua c'inr.er. complete: with Modern Methods Lady General I Electric Appliances

hear that Radar Seaman Kenr.eth hilarious! floor show Assistant Steam B.ths I
Cor Call and Walnut
r Sts. Starke, Fla.
Tvius -.rrved: !
: m Canne Car<'!vr -

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_flee. I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby M:" Stew Weldon and : pe-rrts-JStSsflS fl-rrrn tt=nn trrss rss
Ord.-r Of Puhll. IIMD tnd \. iI. I
\"It-l! Mr and Mrs. R. J. Andrews hid a.i MM:01Mr and M1-! Perspicacious Street Light .tpprnr: hte ,u I I..rid i I. II'

in \Wesconnet on Sunday S: in. Win,'n uj E.iz.ibf''i; Pa .: Radar Inspector

Lt. Jamie Worley of Elgin Air i ff'u di\j: last week and Mr ::1.1'1' !' !

Fon Base was visiting his uncle Mrs. Charles Patri kIi Sne.. EtymologistsSlate Request Tabled .I, ., !
d76tddfla tk :: I '"roh ir.. 1.5',. ,II 'iI!I.1 i .\
:mi,, aunt, Mr and Mrs. Claude over the weekend.Mr. l't.urt anJ au.-.o h. : ,.... .'

CII\\son, over the weekend. I and Mrs. Franklin MIr' tks divorce.

01NTHEfff.WS Mrs. Doyle Conner and son : "f Poland, N. Y. arrived Wednesday BoutIn For Circuit Lack pul.li.I'radf"rd this Coon Or Tt in:, p=,', \; :i r

C Doyle Jr., spent Wednesday to for a visit with ),fr. and Mrs w'L1y Is.ucs.
I IE. Witness mr ,- 111/ f" >
Sunday with her mother Mrs. B I G. L. Farber. i . '
WI_s _r -srsssrSst sty set I I.. I Bennett, in Mananna. They Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of other '.\ords tht'le11 ll! b. .n 'I < -x >' ;,<' ( *:> Count Tues- .Ulo'l<'lCl..L1.. iharl'V'

MiH N. CarswHl\ and daugh- 1C. L Morgan: has returned :I w<-re accompanied by Mrs. Marvir Marion Ind. were overnight I i old f ,hioned spelling bee at tI!. ,' t\i":,''_ t ibled A request for Pr Marian I.AI('r.t.y t'., m ...f l>,..:mt., ,.. .i .. '

,rs 0: Way< ri.ss, Ga. were vseek'ni hotn,> from GIndale Hospital Urquhart and daughter, Terry I guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs '' Starke Elementary School C.tfi- tiller .stltet lights t i .v\! '., ( SIX .Chag. R. Hess 04 Cuarary I..f* I

viMti'i{ of her parents, Mil where he was confmej for treatments Sue, who visited Mrs. Urquhart': I Ipart'nts L. N. Smith. '! "!-e- it the f'l 'i-a end of 'Bidg.,.Jacksonville, F!4.
Atr- for .
I i I teria March .1
MiM. \V. Lance. last week. I Mr. and Mrs Fletcher i iJonl's I Among those attending the on Thursday evening A:: 1\\! nt'e street I
,8. The contt'stantsnll be the
in Panama City. .
Mi ,mil Mrs. Edward Parker Mi and Mrs. A. II. Cellon and Robert Shaw Chorale at the U. i i. T'-.tto ar,' n() street light circuit -i MUMU TO .. .: \II
Glen Duke, who is working in' winners and from the 'W'JJ : in the [. rirrull r.Brl. Ilrndfurd C..I', I
runner-up immediate
,i: '<>, '.ti spent the wt'ek'ndith Mr and Mrs. E. E Cellon of I of F in Gainesville Thursday -!I area andit
gym _._ ; rinrlilm In ( hanrrrjiJtorj J
Mi! ana Mis. T. I. Mersereau.Mi Gainesville! were Sunday visitors Fort Lauderdale, spent the week evening of last week were various county schools. Eligible pJ would be necessary to install ;.- II. V.uoirt...rr. I I.. .

and Mrs J. R. Metcalf' of i of Mrs Annie Hollmgsworth. I end with his family here .:.i Mrs. W A. Stern and daughter. I I participants are chosen from lights TO be turned on and off Huh 1.. V.n.ah! <
Ashville N C. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. G. Holton and Mrs. Mrs. K. B. Alvarez returned I' Louise, Judge: and Mrs. E. KI Grades Five through Eight in eaih night by the residents to >",,lrr To tpprar .

X. C. I home Wednesday after spendinga I I and illuminate the street at the present -| To: luth! I.1 Varrr.! rh. xi ,
John Hux of Charlotte were Freeman Register, Jr. were shopping Perryman and Mrs. Len Canova. I each school.\ The winner r.-rd, iii ,. and adilri"-i- .\j. '. ; I
Sunday. ltors of Mrs J. M Mithell. week in Fort Myers. Winter will be time. I ,
in Gainesville on Monday.Mr. I I Visiting Mrs. Marian Howe, executive -i; runner-up selected through 4U. 50 Jon" Strr t, J< ;i- x i 'r\
Haven, and Miami with friends ; that this establish X.w J.-r>-.*'.
individual elimination contests Feeling might
I and Mrs James Bruce and secretary of the Starke: I You are hereby m.ufitil Hut ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and Woodbine Ga. and relatives. i and will represent their schoolsat an awkward precedent the .suit for
son, Larry of were Chamber of Commerce, last weekend :
Children and Mrs. H. L. Brownie I of :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marcus Howard and Mrs : the final contest in Starke. I Council decided to wait untilregular I I' 1'ivoroe
Sunday guests her cousin from Lowan-
: was hat brrii filed against!! you ,n U_
Fpent the weekend at their cot Paul Hutchins. N. E. Roberts, Sr. of Lake Butler I da, Pennsylvania, and her husband -II I Jack DuMars, local manager of street light circuits from I I above named Court and rau.-r a:,,)

tage at St. Augustine Beach. weekend guests of Mr. and I I I Aim. 2. the city's power house are available von are required to sr\e a coi\ of
II Mr and Mrs. J. G. Holton and were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kaylor.! radio station WDVH, will be the : ;tn i Ronald Pat ray, son I your answer! or pleading; to th. .'..n..
Miss Ruth Alvarez of Suffolk, Mrs. Wesley Andrews. : match' of Mrs None: P Starke. Starke street lights arecurrently plaint 'ho ".,
daughter. Linda Kay were visiting Mrs. Kaylor is formerly of Toronto. -I pronouncer for the finals Va. was visiting her brother-in-I I ; turned on and off from I Jo-eph K: >kipprr. 'I H d ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan in Rev. \V. S. McAliley, Mis W. Canada. I with E. L. Matthews local editor enlisted in the Air Force in June I 1 Titlt- iil.linK: J.uk-or\ 'n, _
law and sister. Mr. a"d Mrs Carl and E. M. Davis : 19r>4 and is radar inSpector : ? single master switch at the
Jacksonville Sunday. A. Stern represented i Mrs. P. S. Crews of the State I and T. H. Slade, gas dealer, to now A i Florida,
Sapp last week. I I the First Presbyterian All PTA'shave I with the 39th Fighter light plant.ONIlOltLL. !she file" the original In the officeof
as judges. county i
Davis werem J W. Palmes was called to his I Farm spent last week in Auburn- I serve the Clerk of the Circuit I'ourt on
Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
critical Church at the District Evangelism been invited to attend as Interceptor Squadron, stationed I or l>t'furr iht' :l'I\ d.i"f. I.l! i I"(.;,,.
Miss home in Tampa by the dale with her son and daughter- : < Hall Point Pen
Archer Sunday visiting I I Rally at the First Presby- well all other interested : near Nagoya, Japan. His address jotberuise the alterations of saw
his mother Mrs. in-law Mr. and Mrs. I as persons Refills. Fits -19 Bradford
Mamie Anderson and Mrs. P. E illness of Mary Spencer any p -n. ( Il'umplaintoilt te taken as ccnte's.
I Virginia Palmes. terian Church: in Gainesville today. Crews and new granddaughter. i in the community. To avoid : is-: A2Ronald Patray : rOlln1Telt'Tapli.: ;ed l>y you.

Stone I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy I possible errors, it is planned to AFH52S4S4.:! 39th FIS, AYO 157, I This nultr* :T..... to. Jnttllhd
and T. Yawn I Laura Lee. Mrs. Crews was ac-
Mrs. \
Judge .
b week
.nl'l' for four
in Palatka Wednesday evening I of tho 'care Postmaster, San Francisco, %oiHI: or IVUVIION MKHirri ea< c'ri'tIb.Wceke
d were make a tape-recording .,
w------ .'-. '. -I and 'hildren and Mr. and Mrs. I i companied home by her grandson, i \1'11'I'tln i'1'I.. in the Bradford Count> T. :.
1 Calif
I Mack Futih and daughter, Linda of last week attending a. : Billy! Boy Crews, for a \isjt.I : proceedings.The 1 "I"'U UUI: I ra..h= l>..IT..J' I, I
of }trs.Hardy's ..... '
party at the ll'roltutr I 1I:131I. : .
will attend the Ice Vogues in dinner 1 I Mrs. Jennie Thornquest a form I winner of the County Finals .. Ill ( ....rl of I he ( ouiilt Jutlfcr.i I .. ;.
mother Mis. G. E. Three OFFICIAL SEAL) Charle. A. Darby
will be eligible to compete in Injured llrniironl/ 4 ,
i .unl"
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Lt er resident of Starke now residing I 1 I] rierk of tin'n, ,IKI i ',.,'1'By
Gauley. and : the Thirteenth Annual :North state uf Horida. :Marian L t"rn-li, p. 'itv iir: I,.
Col. and Mrs. Charles C.Mi j in Jacksonville! is visiting Mr. As Car Rolls Overmen I 1\ l'Utlll \ II: >
Mrs. Ferryman is visit at Jacksonville .
Daisy Bee
Alilev and family and Dr. and Mrs J. T. Quigey and other I Spelling In TI' tl. INt.tiP uf
| ,,,
ing her son-m-law and daughter 21. number of Thnm.i- A i
Mrs. M I. Kokomoor of Gainesville i friends here for a few days. Mrs. on April men were injured one TO .%!.\\llo\l IT VI \ Y 'o\rn.\: : fiiT

and Mr and Mrs. C. C. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mooie[ iflBakshear Thornquest. though 88 is still [! attractive prizes will be awarded' seriously; in an automobile ac-|I N'-.tiif i ihir. i>y 1\tll th.." Mm ,.
Ga. Jolizaloh Cnff'ii! flit it In r find r.
to contestants. ;
Alilev Of Chester: S. C. were dinner i very active. She is a niece of ;, udent on Highway 16 near Starkeat port Kxeiulrx' ..f tin t-ti'i' .

guests Sunday of Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw ;i William Mayo, founder of Mayo County School Superintendent -I::::0 p. m. Sunday according I Th"m.t- I. Hr.ff.n 11..1.l Hi.t. Ipi(1
Thursday I he has fil,tl hi'r rIO' foil tl
Mrs W S. fcAli1ey.I were in Kissimmee Clinic, and a first cousin of the Harmon Morgan stated that: "SO- : to Bradford County sheriffs deputy -: di .'harf'. and thatl,' w 111!! .i|'p'ito !

I Mrs. Carrie Adams is in Nor- where Mr. Shaw was a delegate :| famous Mayo Brothers. ciety has placed a stigma on poor : Fate Brown. the ll.im.raMt Th'l..n.Y.l'I I.,. (
I to the Cattleman's Association I Miss Dorothy Alvarez Miss: Dor- \ We are all inclined to (', ('HInJudjtt' >if Hrailfii'il: I'nintt ,
folk. Va. visiting her son-in-law I i Brown stated that high speed Florist! .,. on the 19th ' of M.irch. Sun Mon and
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. meeting.Mr. cthy Ross, Mrs. T. J. Alderman I consider misspelled)] words to boeither was probably the cause of the i 1956 for approval
I I and Mrs. J. D. Seymourand : Mrs. f:. L. McKnight, Mrs. hughIngram I a mark of ignorance ornegligent mishap, in which a 1931 Chevrolet final tliM-h.trpP a!< fxeiutnx. r IO( tho : Feb 26. 27. 2S
Robert StrohmeyerMr I I : estate of Thomas J 5riffm iU- 1 DOl'ULE
Douglas and Harold and Mrs. Roche will attend I The evidence shows FEATl'IlEI :
I and Mrs John Mixon and sons, : driven north by Woodrow 1l'laN'd. .n tin1'th ilay of -'loru--

I OF frit tKTRtMt NOWTHLRN I family spent Sunday in Gainesville I spent Friday to Sunday in Miami I. a campaign clinic of the I that while today's spellers are I Edwards, 21, veered into the center -': ary.ala I''iii:,';re. :l izal>rtli Oriffin.KxecutriX I Man With The Gun

:CAS IS SAID TO BE THE with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. I Mrs. Harry Sellers returned to I American Cancer Society in Green- I actually better than those of preceding of the highway out of con- ; nf th> e-t.lt ofI Koln-rt MiNhuin and Jan Mrrlins

ONLY MEMBER OFfHE I her home in Brevard, N. C. onWednesday Cove Springs Thursday. Key campaign -I generations this fact does trol and overturned. I Tin.ma-. Cuffin dpl'.dI ;
E. Mixon.
: Mixon and Mrs. M 2' M 4t :: 16 I And
WHALE FAMILVfo% after ten days visit leaders from 11 counties met not permit us to relax our efforts I -
Mr. and Mrs. James Forth and I Eugene Maxwell 25 a passenger
MAKE A VOCAL SOUND with her mother, Mrs. L. F. I tr discuss and plan the April Cru- in the hxls, toward usingevery In (Irruil (Court. llradford County.I i Lucy Gallant
-...- ,..-. ,. family of CharlestonV. Va. in continuing was treated at Veteran'shospital I Florlilat In ( hanrrrjrIlfnaiil j t
and Smith, Sr. Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. sade for cancer funds. method available Lake head : .I""l'h I >iiimthriri.i.!"-
week with Mr. in City for
.... spent last I I i Color Ky Technicolor!
Friday to Monday Mrs. Frank Ilaynie and daughter the effective teaching of t.tf I' "11/.111 l 11"1".1"! i litfi'id-
Mrs. Charles Bias and Mr and Smith spent injuries. Jan"man, and Charlton lesion
Palm Beach visiting Mr Edna, of Fairmont, Md. visited this subjeitDe.r AA.Ai.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi.iAFR1GIDAIRE
Mrs. Ray Forth. in West The driver and his (cousin Plus Color Cartoon rr children
I their Mr. and Mrs. G.
Miss Dorothy Alvarez Miss and Mrs Roy Mathus. cousins Robert '..ee Edwards, 25, receucil
E \\'. Stanley Cox over the weekend.
Dorothy Ross and Miss Jean Mrs. John Deas and Mis. ., minor bruises. Wed.\Thur -FdJ. 2 9.> :Mar. 1

Robinson of Kevstone Heights I Hayes were in Gainesville shopping I They then left for visits with relatives Edward stated that he was I DOUBLE FEATUKK
in South FloridaConservation
I spent Sunday at Cedar Key. Monday afternoon. pulling: into the left-hand lane to TilE REST-KNOWN Hansel and GretelColor

I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw of pas, another car when he lost

Jacksonville were Sunday evening Report control and rolled over, coming NAME IN ELECTHlCHEFHlGEHATIOX Ilv Tt'C'hn l'ol..r

I visitors of Mr and Mrs to rest astraddle the center stripe. -And-
Shows New Activity
Frazier Shaw. Crow hargod: Edwards with RANGES;
\ Mr Editor Green Fire
I have his vehicle undei WATER HEATERSAIR
Matthews of Gainesville failure to
Cong. Billy Progiess in almost eveiphasi' I (1I1Ip./; al uiate \"ii upon >our I
and Washington, p. C. was control and he was released pending CONDITIONERS ('inr.ira..cirpe
soil alum "GooU-
of the l'onsl'T' program I ni! t-iit eitollaJ11.ltle.i.! ,
Mrs. E. W trial, on $3o bond :Mewart Granger and Grauhrll
I the guest in Bradford County was desinbed l h\c, Mi. Rubin Sm<',' I was Plas
Cartoon For ('Wldr'nI'ri.
H.-ves:! on Sunday.Mrs by Foster Shi Smith, chairman of Commander of the Legion/ in the
I Johns spent the I HUM TINT OF UEKISIKSM10UN : let The Ik>l For Less
Effie :h," Board of Superv' ;ors. in his early 30's. I have Ixen the vocal ., Sat March: 2. :{
Hawthorn with her i : Tills \\KKK: : I
wnkenil in annual report for 1955.Fortyfour opponent of everything Commun- i AtSmith's DOUULE FEATUREDevil's
Mrs. T. W. Webb andMrs
two nieces. i new cooperators : istic, but I do not condone the i To Mrs F L. Watteison goes

I Janette Wooley of Philadelphia were signed up for technical conservation Rubin or McCarthy tactics. the honor of bringing the lirsl I Canyon

I It Pa. They attended a assistance during the I TO my mind your fellow)] citizen, i I pint of strawberries of the ('ur GarageF I Color Hy Technicolor

IIIfJlau Knockout Blow! I family reunion.Veekend year, exceeding the goal, which A. J. Thomas Jr. has a proper ,! rent seasonn The Telegraph office. Virginia Ma\o and Ikile IlolurtsouAnd
:Mrs.: G. H.
t, I \ guests of had been set at 42. Total acreage I and sane approach to the problemand The berries were 1'." ponula1 'RI G I I) AIRE -

: home I II: Bennett and Stanley Bt'nnett.t'rfl now under conservation plans is i has placed the American Florida 90's and were grown 01 Sales and Service I
YOU can lose your Mr and Mrs! R. H. Bores Iris I The Country Girl
) I 76.726:: representing an increaseof Legion ba
A lyric blending of the exquisite your automobile your saungs, Lynn and Marsha and Kay Mrs.Bennett J. 0 7.315 acres over the Pl't'ct'dingl I gram. I i Mrs. W. C. Ward. Unless another We t'nief'11 Makes of With Bing ('ro,,"}'. William Holdcn

Spanish Lace pattern of Jacksonville )'ear. I K<1 U. Bentley ; Creole comes along t0 ups M'tricaJ Appliances | iuid Gra('(' Kelly

-Fenton's new footed cake I and all that you value, if you i Turner and son of Wildwood.Mr. Nollmanwere A breakdown of the varioussoil I Bentley, Shatter & Miller i plans. Bradford growers will be 606 X. Temple \\... MilSirial ('ha!). 12 It 'hap..

plate will enchant you with and Mrs. W. H. conservation practices in the i Lakeland Fla. 1 picking berries in volume soon. I'HOXE 120VYYVYYYY7YYYYYyyyyyyyVyv And Cartoon
its delicate beauty. In pastel : have to pay a judgement I II in Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. I district is as follows: crop rota- II

pink. blue and green or the and Mrs Mike Pickeringof tion, 3.163; acres; cover cropping Dear Gene: to inform the public of our plight ,
I awarded by a jury for injuries I of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. I. N. to even the newspapers to
ever popular Milk Glass. I 2,913; green manuring, 1,258; I I liked your editorial on Ellis or get i
: house'u'sts
Pickering of Staike and intelligently quote our statement! ,
firebreak I
1.392 Thomas
pasture planting. ; Uubm. Tell Arch
: sustained on your property.Comprehenshe I Mr and Mrs. H A. Killiari construction, 8,998,770 feet; tree' think he's doing fine job. in answer to charges which, i ir ,I

!, and sons of Vivian, La. spent planting: 1,653; wells constructed, Harris Powers Editor ; many instances, are trumped u{

Handmadeby Personal Liability Sunday at Silver Springs. i iI 10. Suntime MagazineJacksonville ,, by disloyal Party membeis! I
I Mr and Mrs. William Norris The district's one-half acrenur.sery Fla. I am extremely happy to lean II I
Insurance will defend to Tuesday in Ocala believes i ir
i spent Friday plot, located on land I that your good paper I

visiting their daughter. Mrs. leased from the Future Farmer'sof Dear Mr Matthews: and practices the philosophy ol Q :
1g,4,1 in such action and I I '
j you an Augusta Hillman. On Sunday they ,; America, came into production You have what I consider the the Democratic Party which I i SUGAR. 'I _

pay the damages up to the attended the Capping exercises of i I in 19.15 and well over 200 acres best Democratic editorial page in am confident, every cons'ientious

their granddaughter. Miss j Patri-: of Coastal Bermuda grass were the state and, as I lean that way Southerner realizes is the only' SWEET

limit of your insurance. I cm Dodd, at the Orange Memorial I>i planted\ by district cooperators. but some times am unable to express political party interested in our .

Hospital in Orlando. Miss DodJ. Improved! Practices it adequately, I would appreciate welfare, as well as the interests!

of the class of '51. is an honor Equipment owned by the district your paper for clipping of all the people and not a (but

E C. %Wall Agency student. and rented to its cooperatorswas purposes selected few.

stuDio AZD GFT! siopI Mr and Mrs Jack Ward of usej last year to a larger: Jack Harper Editor James M. Milligan, ; delightfullyipiced

Dirian, Ga. and Mrs. Walter ] making Putnam County Sun Chairman
jrL Phone: 146 i extent than ever before !
,. Ward and Mrs. Lelia Young Of |I possible! better cultural practicesin Palatka.] Fla. i State Democratic ) J4

200 E. Call Street Floral City were weekend guest this area. The rolling chopper Executive Com
Mrs W. C. Ward and I Editor Telegraph! : Orlando Fla.
of Mr. and for instance is now used by a j, I
I I IMr Please accept my sincere commendations
Starke. Fla. L. Watterson. '
.' Mr and Mrs. F. number of farmers who formerlyresorted ) I e
;: .: .2. Jai'k Freeman am-- upon the editorial
: --- and Mrs to the old practice of Dear Mr Matthews:

.' -... -- son. John of Independence, Kana valuable residue, I appearing in the Feb 10 issueof I We wish to express our deep
off crop
'_ _._. :irMiEJ_. : . .. r Starke residents arguests burning your paper. for the help
former More are also using th4listriet's < I appreciation you
farmers have been striving to the
this week of Judge anti rotary mower for the II II't' .I i have given us in our study t f
of our ability, without remuneration
fHEATRIDedicated Mr< E K. Perryman. While hen control of weeds on pasture land newspapers. It was very good
Mr:: an\ or expenses, to work !
: ab-o visiting to take time out from
the> arc Some :35 gate signs idcntifyin,; I' of: you
Blandmg with the loyal Democrats on our :
M"= T C Sapp of Camp i the property owner as an ?CS I I I your job to show ui through ,
DemocraticCommittees and in
< :
Mr and Mrs Jl.e'al1ace a distributed your plant. We enjoyed it very .
District cooperator were 'I \ I '

To Community Service the State Farm and other olf throughout the county in 19.:5. elected cooperation: Democratic with our officials loyal ,duly in : much an({ learned a lot. I I ,; C ','. t ,,.. '' -I"

"!\Io\t.. Are! Better Than Ever": friends hereS. publicizing the Amelia WilliamsFor ; '
E. John. as a means of in effort to establish our Party :., .'n and Mrs Chailey 6th and 7th Grades .. It
If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad business frosVednc'silay program. on an effective business-like basis 1 J. ; \"
you your in Miami on i was Hampton School
a Ie' A speaking contest sponsored and I ,,,;
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS to Saturday. '' to warrant the confidence I, 1"
\ by the district last yea 4'i .1. I ..... ,
Democratic citizens : .
of the
was callec1 support Dear Mr. Mathews: "
: :Mrs: Lowell Mathews : for the first time, and plans are I,I I '! ..
I '
Sal- Feb. 25-ONLY :Mont: by the in Florida. Although we've been away from \0 .
City .t '
Sun Mon and Tues. to Virginia i being made to expand this program ..
have hadsome i
DOl'KLK FEATURE of her sister, Mrs. I Unfortunately we Bradford Countv over 12 vearaye I .
illness .
'se.illus in 1956. who' \ ,, "r,. ,
disloyal individuals look forward to
reading our .
recently "
Williams, who fell '' .
Feb. 26 27. 2S Percy \"ate..hed Requested '
THE Mrs. Mathews! have infiltrated into positions ofleaileichip horrtp count paper The Teleeraph ,, '
broke her hip.
and Some district cooperators along
month. in our Democratic is doire Sill h an excellent? r
to he gone a asked the :
expects ;, the Santa Fe River
and chil- Party and, through association.have i ib of covering the news of the
Wilson Moseley
Mrs Board of Supervisors to investigate -
I visited Mranl ,;' i convinced us their motive coiintv that we would like to offer
,lien of Jacksonville the of establishing
Sun- possibility ''in| par.icipating in the Democra- our thank= i iI
Mrs W E. Lawson on !1 watershed in that area. Mainreason I
WapAnd a I| tie Party, is to create confusion Lyon : I1.j i Thlma Crosby ,
for this request is that the
:7 ranks.
ALINEW'INWARNERCOLORnWARNfR dayMr and disunity our Greensboro Via ,
: and Mrs M. I.. Lawson and county l is suffering from a lack I Ii I
G These individuals in questionare
BROS u ) and Sun-
.... family spent Saturday i of rainfall causing the water '
t'1AY1C M3Ot isiius t'i IUiIIEl sponsored and or supported I
<"" P t= 1 lZ1ii FiffiiSli In_IJB.I i diy attending the Orange Festivalin table to drop from its normal by certain selfish personal) interests

.. l1' ( .., --C STUAII [LSLEl iiI S. Wmtr Haven and visiting level of three Or four feet to over who are most certainlynot

!.:'i#_ ,1..1. .it: Ur:1-: : friends and relatives in Auburn- 14 feet. No definite action was interested in the welfare or

.. i investigation
but -
dale this project
I ..:.. .. .- '- I'lu., "Uttl.. ('ut I'1." Cartoon of taken on progress of the Democratic Part
: Mrs Dorothy Killingsworth
is continuing.
With the majority of
t larger
DALE RORYRUBER1S0N' Selective Service Headquarters in During 1955 a law ending open >>
starring our daily newspapers supporting
CN-HUliN Jr Il'S SMITH St Augustine auditing Local range grazing in Bradford County the Republican Party it has

Board IS this week. was adopted bv the Florida been a most difficult task for us JUNIORS

ROBERT "II IIII M..1bb Wed., Thur. and Fri. :Mr.: and :Mrs: TarkhiU Hopkinsof ..I legislature, and the Board of

:: Live Oak were Sunday guest I Supervisors worked for the sup- Hugpns. secretary. Bill Haas i
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ER : Feb 29 Mar 1 2 I of Mr. and Mrs. D I* Ratliff.Mr port of this legislation. and Leon Carter, of the Soil Conservation '' "Little-BoFeep". a fresh cotton print scattered with

and Mrs J. M. Vickers Inspection and forest management Service, assist cooperators ,: c.
: I and family were in Fitzgerald. procedures and recommendations -i with their conservation prob- )))) d': i flowers and with the
i; iI tiny spiced piping at scoopid
I Gi over the weekend visiting were made on 11.391 acres lems. I

f RANDOLPH 71AWLESS i Mr Vickers1 mother, Mrs Docia for 41 landowners (most of them I Chairman Smith reported that ... I neck and hip. The smooth torso is released in aw ing

\ STREET Vickers. : district cooperators) by the Farm a majority of the farmers in the ,

SCOTT I I Mr and Mis Harry }f. HatcherPr Forester in 1955 This! was the I district are supplementing their '

BOMlUOtWKSK2UN QIoI" I MbUA.exam....... of Flushmsr. Long Island N first complete year that the services -I income by working in the dif>-rent fullness. Sttes7toJ5 . $14.95
UUiSBURY; y. are spending a month with of a farm forester have been' industries that are !'prining- &

M M and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. available to coonerators. i up in Bradford Count"Thi*

r Camp Blanding. i live Year Ol.l i condition is improving the !Hv.ns;

1'lus "It',. .Ml In Mars" CartoonCOMIM. Mis One Wiseins! and L. G. The Bradford district. with and economic standardsi:-

niminsrway visited Mrs. JohnM "oViiiarter! in Starke. was organized ers! but it is also est t :h' <-p : '. 07KR tCF.S. DODSONJtMGRS !)

n.T in Jacksonville on Tuesdav. bv farmers of the county -: onl"- rOTl system, of fi'i nc FRCM {6.$5
l lti' I.flnhlk'r ,Ij.c..' ( irtoun 3.fld
i SOON M' !' Joe dumber and Mrs in 1950\ District Supervisor said "Without an irt> r-. :. .
( luip N.I. S4-n.d
, TT"'TV P'efinelli! attended the are: Foster Shi Smith, chairman: building and con=ervv. '1

t MRS Enw All BURNS Lieutenant Wore Skirts I.t't'! "'om 1 'S De nen' meet- S. J. )'frGan't''ict' chairman: cram this type of fT"1; nt"cvi ., BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STOREJ1UD.

.. L. .-? .tt the Ronwe'.t: Hotel in T B White Llov.i Green and' =" a rapid,) decrease .n soproductivity. $ &

_. ..-.. ":' h. _._ :s;. 9, .. .;;''-__ -Turr- 'I Xsunville: on Tuesday Hedra Hamilton members: G T. ," the rt.'portamed..



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1 Girl,' Auxiliary Party ; Mi and :Mi,. W. M. Smith ando I Lone Ranger Rides Again .-- in Starke 'TYYTTVYTYTYYTVTTTYTTTVT1GRAHAM I the evningMrs .

LAffTEYlly \ The GA'i> of the First Bap- family of Starke were Sunday HAMPTON\ l I : F. M Onne.d :'.: ,,,

lIst Church enjoyed a party Friday -I dinner guests of the Paul Bennett .i\ or last \\<.., n .

euiiing at the home of their family. They all visited! the daughter.\ )[rs. Hi ; .
:Sir.. Joyce T. 1itthLAAAAA111111AAAALA11111u I ISyMrs.. I). t:.
Ill'adcrIrs.:: \ Hill Gainesville.
j Fred :Moore.: There Highland Zoo in the afternoon. Mis, 4..111111: IviniiryiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
i! were eleven members present and "liion'ludy: Held u111LL111AAAi AAA.AaAAA a P t, Mr and M' Wi! -
'eleven I ; 3 banks ?.. tat .
visitors. The Ladles Fust l t were : '
of the Bap-
Pi J. P. Houghton of Boston, Christian Lurch
MI's. .sang and was the speaker(I :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis and j list Church met at the home of j j lVlluu drip :sujux-r Tonight 1 ,'..- ..d:,'. is "hn'H'r wa.; and Mrs J. > -,': \

at the ;Methudiat Church Sunday i I family spent Sunday afternoon Mrs. Bryant Reddish on Thursday I i Hampton Christian Chili -.. .:, -it i.e.iiaaam! ; : BaptistC f\'. Gl" rt: : ,'.

night Visitors! at this service I in Jacksonville with :Mr.: and Mrs. 'I' and studied together the book, '' featuring a fellowship <: -' .su:l h i.i.--: Hidanight fur }lrs.C..kn Heights r:' ti" ?:,! l Ii' .
Buddy Kilgore. Worlds Within World. Those. supper jj :M Baptist \'lv, :: stn
I Katiisf The
wet e Mrs. Troy Wakefield, wife a j Hampton town hall t iFn.u\i i .i: 1a $ honoree re- .
of the regular pastor, of Gainesville -I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson | present were Mrs Mary Redden, 7 p. m. Bro. C. F. Dance of i.k.j .' --iMd mtny lovely gifts, includ1:1 The h"1-: ,' .t I- 'u11!! ., i .

Mis J. W. Andrews Sr.. and daughters. Gwen and Alice, | Mrs. Arthur Pearce, Mrs. Troy ;,; Butler wall be guest spiMk- : j acn .!::, I'Kitnc lamp from the hos- went! tllay :e'.ng:
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Mrs. Pauline Torode, and Mrs. | spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. X. P. Hicks, Mrs. j i i lowing the supper. ...,-.'.-. M- Albert Sparks, Mrs. after S. ,' ,dt.I"

Louise Moore of Starke. j C. B. Cannon near Starke. ;: Sue Ratoiu Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson All members 1.lIl.y: D\.tl', and Mrs.' Leo Dyal! sermon.

Mrs. George Roberts visitedulatives ,I :Mrs.:\ Mae Wells and son, Er- Mrs. It.V.. Mosely, Mrs. 0. I Christian Church and friends 0>: :'n: < Kiie: >hna-nts were served late in :\irs. Iii ;<' lath:: ', ..-

: nest, and :Mrs.:\ Martha Bales and J. Phillips, :Mrs:\ Milo Smith, Mrs. i I are im.U'.i, tn mother, Mrs 1 F. (.'., -
in Deland from Thursday I
attend, bringing a covered dish
daughters, :Mattie:\ and Jackie, Truman Norman, Mrs. Fred Moore i iIL'1d | Gainesville last Sun.I.':>'.
until Saturday.Mr. ':' and table service, cording to K-.i."n: ]Lien: Mr and Mrs. IlarI I
visited the Nelson Blocker familyin Mrs. Bryant Reddish, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oitajai-
: and Mrs. Frank Wells and Willard M. Jones, .
pastorFive d I U..I: l
sught, Mr and Mrs.
I Jacksonville on Sunday after-I Moore taught the book. Va. Ralph | of Jacksonville spent SupMrs. ,.
daughter, Nina, of St. Augustinewere members from Hampton N I-\a-: : Mr Mrs C. J. Bas- t
noon. Mrs. Abbie Harley, who had Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Anders and Earnest's motheMStarling. : i\
weekend guests of Mrs. Ef- I Christian Church ;I' ,j i.> Leslie
spent some time with the Block- i spent Saturday in Jacksonville attended a e Ridaught, Carol Stat .
fie Miner and Miss Mary Ann youth rally at Mt. Zion Christian x t .-: Bill!! :.sipielle; Bill Cannon and
returned home with | Mr. Mrs. J.
ers them. with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jen- and p M,1! K\
Motes. :Mr.:\ and Mrs. Harold Norman I kins and on Sunday they visited j Church in Live Oak Thursday MiW. J. Andre. and Mr and Mrs. V. L :'o1.'K.'.: ,

:New .\rrhalIr. spent the weekend in Miami with, the Museum in Gainesville. evening, Feb. 16. Sixty-five young Mi I: and Mrs. Ed Shryock: Jr. all of Gainesville, w rte s ,," i .
and Mrs. Cecil (Sam) Ty- people from churches in the an i i-i.: : :i..ltlicn:: of Ocala were Sun- dinner ,,'
Their of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman. J. D. and daughter. i I guests Ms 1: .I i: l
ler are announcing the arrival of children Starling were present for the rally.Toter' The Gone ,j \its I.f MI. and Mrs. Geoiir. John
staved with their grandparents H.ml'r'o.ih..r McKinney.
Nadine Glenn St. : and : : bullet. elicitital
of Mary information
a son, Cecil Alvin, on Friday, Feb. I ;: Itegisttr now! from an t Sihaefter. Irs. Schaeffer I! Mr and ,
::\1 and Mrs. L. P.. Ra-I Charles of accomplice of an outlaw in Mrs Pi. ?K ti-
Mr. and Mrs. Starling -The
17th. Mrs. Tyler is the former fuse I Registration books are now gang Lone Ranger playing at the ar.i! Mr. Snryock are brother and I j Jacksonville have .
of k'lorida'Iheatre mc.i!
Sunday guests
Highland were
Sunday through
:Miss Erlene Bell. open at Mrs. Home's store in Tuesday. "' 1"t1
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stone and I the Joe Starling family. section and are living !
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas / Hampton for voting in the county Mi and Mrs. James have M. Mrs .
family, of Live Oak, have moved Hoyt : Dyal's : 1
Pastor and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson -
and son Jody, of Tampa were into the former Arwood house. state, and national elections, KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS returned to their Worchester, I moved to the Dyal! (ar I II
weekend of the Fred :Moore and family were Friday eve- Mrs. Home said this week. To be
guests I Three of their 5 children have Mass home after visiting the Ziff section.
family. entered school here. :Mr.: Stone is ning guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Noon eligible to vote in the primary By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Ke'stone1127 Bax'.ets at Lake Brooklyn The I Mr. and Mrs. Sonny !=: :
::\ in Brooker.Mr.
elections this
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williamsand connected with Ratliff Chevrolet I spring new voters Hoyts were in Keystone with the' :o.Iiami'isitt'li Sonny' n"M

son, Danny, of Welborn, Company in Starke.L. and :Mrs. Guy Futch, with should register by Mann 1. I Friday evening a gioup ot <'hildien Ke>.stones | Baxters for a week, and then on enls Mr and Mrs Ed -
Mr. and :Mrs. Leon Sauls, of t-nji.xed a fishing '
spent Sunday afternoon with :Mr. p. Rafuse spoke at Glenn- ; All those who have previously flow this ana received the t tip along with 'to Miami for ten days, taking.,: last week.
gtaike visited :Mr.: and Mrs. Buck some from
and Mrs Hubert Priest and fami! wood Baptist Church in Jackson- been registered and voted will I Sacrament ot Confirmation in an the stuike area The : Mrs. Baxter with them. They Mr. and Mr.;. Tysvn .' '
Cassels in Lochlooga on Sunday.Mr. remain on the books, Mrs. Horne, o party assembled i visited a few in visited '
ly. ville on Sunday. HP, with :Mrs: impressive ceremony performed for early breakfast days Keystone Heights Mrini
Mr. and Mrs O. J. Boyette of Rafuse and Joan, were dinner and Mrs. Fred Moore, Bob- said, but all changes of residence I by Bishop Thomas McDonough o the hotel at Cedar Key at at again before returning home. Ix-fevers Sunday aftcrn. "

Valdosta visited the Ed Durban guests of the J. C. Gibsons.C. bie Norman, and :Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson I or those who have married and 10f the St. Augustine diocese.St. 7:20: they embarked on the and Sunny j Mrs. George Schaeffer had a
YOl-l.L LOVE nt'F.tpr
accompanied Rev. Wilkinson -, changed their names should report -
W. Tatum T. W. Tatum and }. ward's church was the Skies fishing; yacht, for a day of I sort of family party for her aunt, fountain inpadel
to the State Farm on Sunday it for their registration. pursei7e pens
son Charles, were business visitors I scene of the ceremony, and the deepsea fishing in the Gulf. It Miss Anna McCullough, in honor'of .
!shades Only S; :i8 at Bradford -
This give where he held a service at one Voters must have lived in the 'i
man can you her birthday,
to Keystone Heights on Sat- church was beautifully decoratedby Would be unsafe to say that a I Saturday eve- County Telegraph.FILL .
dependabledelivery urday. o'clock.Donald. I county for six months and the the ladies of the Altar So- good time was "had by all," for ning. There was the usual birthday ,

Troy and Donald Bennett of Ray Griffis, who has state for one year to be eligibleto ciety of St. Edwards. we hear that a number of them I cake, and a few gifts. Laterin

of Miami, and Mrs. Glenn Williamson recently joined the Navy is in I vote in the county elections. Names of children being con- were cursed with the mal-de-mer. I i the evening :Miss: Sarah Mansfield "- DIRTGOOD
Jacksonville training at Great Lakes, Ill. His ( .\t Pantomime Program Cash '!i and :Mrs.: Gertrude Bun
of spent
and son I firmed and their sponsors were, prizes were awarded the!
THE the weekend with :Mrs: Troy Ben- address is Donald Ray Griffis, ;j I Tor.Ml 311fting j j as follows: Jimmy Fox, and man and woman catching the I came in for a few rubbers of RICH
/ CHRISTIANSCIENCE S. R. Co 117 Batt. 141 Regiment i "God Save America" WMU
nett anj Gary. I Sponsor Jean Feraci; David largest fish. Mrs. Tony Baker and bridge

:Mrs.: Donald Bennett and sons 14, Recruit Training Command program on home missions, was Schaeffer and Pat Ryan, bothsponsort'd Carl Fendrick were the lucky I Keystone Woman's Club will TOP SOILSee
and U. S. Navy Training Command, pantomimed by intermediate GA
here winners.
MONITOR who have been visiting
by Admiral A. L. Dan1is i f meet Tuesday, Feb. 28, for their I.
Great Lakes, 111. He would appreciate -. girls for the Hampton Baptist I '
M returned to Miami: I
in Starke : John Allen, and Sponsor William Those who went from Keystone regular
Intcnutioul hearing from his friends i:j WMU at their meeting at the' I luncheonmeeting.hirh

l...4)1"pagr 1/ ., Mrs. J.1.. Lee, of Jacksonville, i church last Friday evening. I{ J. Siprelle. Mrs. George were: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Baker, will begin at 1 p. m. It will be a'
e L ,! ._.. -, .. \ j Clemens was the Sponsor for Mr and Mrs. BILL JACKSONJackson
Carl Fendrick, Mr. covered-dish
spent Wednesday and Thursday of Mrs. Frank Williams, chairman J three i luncheon. Mrs. Allen
Housewives, businessmen last week with her son, Clyde 'I of the program, presented the i Barbara girls Drake; Patricia, Harrold. and Mis Everett Fox. Mr. and Graham will be the guest speaker, Transfer Company
and ;
teachers and students all over Wash Your Clothes Hiatt and family. : readings, assisted by :Mrs.: Charles ,j Ilarrold.' Michellei Mrs. Paul Tyre, Mr. and Mrs. ;, and she will give a book review- Phone 165 I

the world read and enjoy this Visitors at the home of Hicks and :Mrs.:\ Marvin Faile. GA i i Last Gay Livingston :Mr.:\ and Mrs. R. of John Steinbeck's "East of
; Saturday, a number of X Sun.leiland. Mr. "
9 FoundsFor and Mrs:: Eden. .
international newspaper ,ub. and Mrs. D. J. Wilkerson rr'l girls who took part in the missionary ,

fished doily in Boston. World- weekend were Mr. and Mrs. pantomimes were :Misses:\

famous for constructive news 40c! ry Baxley of Orange Paik, ElmerJr. I I Shirley Barnes Avoy, Xell and
., and Arthur Cannon and Miss Amelia Williams.

stories end penetrating editorials. FREE Bleach If Desired! Anita Ballentine of Jacksonville. Mrs. D. E. Hill gave a reviewof The Most Appreciated Gift
Special features for the whole
Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Nettles | I the current mission study on
family. 6 and family of Jacksonville spent
0 work among the American In-
\ I Sunday with Mrs. Nettles' par- Is The USEFUL Gift
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We Will I eats, Mr. and Mrs. Ed :May. |
me. Christian Science Monitor Mrs. Charles Hicks was electeu
One Norway St., Boston IS, Moss. Miss Ola Mae Phillips visited permanent program chairman
Dry Your Clothes Coleman and Leslie,
Send your newspaper for the time I her brothers 'during the business meeting.Irs::
checked. Enclosed find my check\Of and their families in Waldo this I
Hicks will be in charge of the

money order. For 20cIn I weekend. Annie Armstrong week of prayer Gifts for the

I year $16 Q 6 months $8 0 :"f'Wutomatlc Driers! Mr. and Mis. Eugene Starling, \ program for home missions dur- \vhole 'round

3 months $40Nome I. :Mrs. Nathan Starling and d:1ughi i ing the week of :March:\ 5-9. Meetings year

e ter Bonnie, were in Keystone, for the week of prayer will

Sunday afternoon. e i! be at the church Monday Tuesday -

i The Washeteria The Jack: Crawford family visited :( Thursday and Friday evenings ,
Address ,i Mr and Mrs. Envin :Muse: and ( i during that week. i

'' Mr and Mrs. H. R. Crawford in'': Refreshments were served by By Popular Demand
Ate. stab
City joie Stole : Jai X.-onville on Sunday. ; Mrs. Klorrie Belle Brown and

ran I :Mi:\ and :Mrs. D. B. Thomas' Miss Betty Durling to 15 mem- Wonderful Wonderful Gifts

had as tt cent guests Mrs. C. W.i i II bets and five gUl'stS.11'5.: 1D.. ,, Our Stock of '

Buff and Mr. and :Mrs.:\ Leonard ),j Allen will be program chaiiman

H.IIMS! I of Jacksonville.The for the March meeting, with Mis.i e by

I'll ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing II H. C. Harley family and I;II Raleigh Brannen and Mrs. Lester -

1 Established 1S94 Mr.A J. Stalling had as Sun- Slade will serve as hostesses.uarMte kJtooh \\&teZoGk

da'' !guests Mr and Mrs. Ros- <{ To :Mug Here

!. . ,. ,roe Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Osborneand I j' "The Favorite Melody QUlrI : -
.- -- .1'-, :Mr and Mrs. Byrd of Jacksonville tette" gospel singers from Chattanooga ,I

I PROSTATE e-n o'o''g'B' S I Mr. and1 rs, JamesStarling 1(', the Tenn.service, will be Sunday present}.'eb.1 at Is the Largest and Most! Beautiful we have
'J''J'U' xFo' i and Mr. and Mrs J. E.Wall. I morning .!1-1.h. *
: satisfied
New Mechanical, I of Starke. j 26, at Hampton Baptist Church. : ever offered. If you are not already a vj}; -

The quartette sang last Saturday Esterbrook user, ask the man who owns 1rs\
Those on the sick list this i
Ne Mechanical Instruments f Xo y
Surgery I the Tens Tends and Desk Sets by
week are :Mrs. Elsie Reddish evening at the youth rally at ine. r

WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET Mann Griffis Mis. Blaine Teston, ;, USO in Starke. I Ii America's Oldest Penmaker.
James Home of Mr. and :
THE I and Miss Enza Blanchard. I IMr j I _
Mrs. J. W. Home, left Monday Petite-PokSet-dainty. = -
::\ and Mrs. Hermie I -
123 W BEAVER 'f I Kelly j for service in the Air Force. He is I II The I purt size pen and '
visited Mrs. N'orene Thomas in Popular pencil in handy findcW -
to fcf stationed present in San ;
IJ Jacksonville I at co,.. Choice of
I on Sunday afternoon.
: Antonio, Texas. j jI i point i choice of 6
Hugh Ingram and James Smith I I DESK SET
Ray Cox and Willie Gitman of po'elcolon. $5.00
f". .. earned the Basketball players to1
Hampton Jacksonville visitors ,
wore Avlo-Fil Desk Pen Set-with the" open
Baldwin on Friday for a F' Q
I game i Sunday. that fins itself from a giant k kIn -
|, with the Jr. high squad. Our j i Mr. and Mrs' J. D. Henry, their j I Black [ fountain In the base. Fountain-base
j '
boys were the winners. I needs Ink 4 times In
I daughter Dolores, and Miss HenI ;I, only yearly
TV ServiceAll Miss Arthurine 3.25 ( normal me. Choice of point, choice
of i I ry's fiance James McEwan of ;, 4i,1 of color . . $4.00
Jai ksonville spent the weekend !i Leesbuig attended the evening j jI --

I' with her father, A. M. Blanchard. I service at Hampton Christian I II In Colors !

:Mrs:\ Bessie B. Gibson, of' Church and visited with Mr. and !

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates I I North Carolina, is looking after Mrs. Willard! M. Jones Sunday. 3.75 .

Fully Equipped .-. Dependable i i business interests here this week.1 1 Guy Haddock, son of Mr. and 0

I Ed Teston and a friend, of ,;, :Mis.:\ Arnold Haddock, is recuperating ,, Also comes with chain attached for use in .

All Makes and Models j MaPill visited Ed's parents, Mr. at home after a minor op- '' Motels Restaurant: Banks, Service Stations S
; and! Mrs Blaine Teston this week- : eration for adenoids at Alachua
CHAS. SHEPHERDTV :, cm). !T' General Hospital in Gainesville. 0

:Mr: and Mrs. D. B. Thomas i Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon

ur.'l I tamily and :Mis.:\ C. W. Thom- I j closed their business" last Satur-

Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone a.i,f Slaike, visited Mr. and Mrs. I day at the Y junction near Hamp- YOU GET The

239 Starke Ha. M.u shinny in Jacksonville on i ton's east city limits, where they! Deluxe "K" Pocket Set-
1 Ruid.iv They visited the HighlandZoo I have been operating a sirvice' Thread the point Beautiful, deep-toned Ester

OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY ,,'i their way home. 'I station and grocery. MORE FEATURES Ideal -btotheborrel| your choice brook Pencil.Pen Gleomingaming and notching metal; caps PuiV

.., ,- .. ., .. Mi and Mrs. C. II. Crown and i j Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tucker and Gist boxed . $1.7
o _. _._ _. ".- _,n_. ,,_ ___' n_ j Ii j family of Boston, Mass., are visiimr son of Live Oak visited Sunday Gift
.... Mrs" Brown's parents, Mr. I i in Ha.mptonith the Wiley Wil- '' MORE VALUE!' Give them Esterbrook
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I one of many beautiful pen amTpiTiiCTrscts;
The Lawtey School Lunch Room ij i Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher for
i his; been enjoying the cabbageand '. and family spent last weekend in I Ii _...... 9-- or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be

NEW LOW PRICESWilson : turnips which were donatedby I i Bostwick with Mr. :Mosher's par- Student presents of easier, smoother writing, because

I I Luther Hilliard. I i ents, Mr. and :Mrs.: Martin Mosh- you choose the right point for any kind, any
Norman Hamilton of Jacksonville 1 j
er. .
way of writing. More than 30 point styles.
spent the weekend with his i':' Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh Teacher

parents. Mr and Mrs. H. H. and family of Jacksonville spent NEW

and ToomerFERTILIZER ( Hamilton. j Sunday in Hampton with :Mr.: and HouseWife

i Western Adventure Barker Mrs.Arthur W.of A.Ramsy Gainesville Saxon and and Miss were family.Shirley week- REM E I N G TON OFFICE EQUIPMENT t

Featured Attraction end guests of Mr. and Mrs :Madison ,
When in need of the Heavier 11-' 1
Lee.How. Qti'mt; Items of ,,,
For : At Park Theatre # Office "
Equipment Desks
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__ .... __ _- ____ -.J Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices -
I Sam Goldwyn, Jr. follows in Compare this typewriter end you rT
FIELD CROPS j his father's famous footsteps with will be convinced that here is a BusinessMan First. We can offer you overnight

C TOBACCOS ., Ian With The Gun an action- Open superb portable typewriter that delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the

packed Western playing at the gives you beautiful printwork and opportunity to quote.

CORN 'I Park theatre Sunday, through SMITTY'SBARBER a new ease of operation-it's quiet

0 Tuesday. tod. It's the only portable with
j The picture co-stars Robert Miracle Tab and 34 other outstanding -

Shrubbery and Other Plants Mitchum and Jan Sterlng: and is SHOP useful features. Budget TERMS IFDESIRED Also Remington t Adding Machines
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Goldwyn as an independent CoHii Street Opposite!
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tion are a real (not faked) fron- S

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Smaller Farm Income as being eligible for working, but i' drops before your favorite pro- throughout and blown on top. elation in then woodlands The II' ". ; r '._ \ : : .
Cooper recommends that consideration gram will ease the strain so you This makes a vei:>' toloit'il' ai.J records ob-.amed from this svs- \" : ,: t \1..... :-.r. .. I'.. n. I." F.-- ,to I:
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SupplementedBy be given to working can sit back and really appreciate attractive vegetable dish. |IS. tem of y... < :
naval .
managing stores ag.t :t *: in the .1' v.' ':titled: M.tr -!hi'I: I: } "''I !.<.I J, >0. I.rl- A 1'al.. .
tress 10-inches aid! larger in the show. I I timber on the Olustee Experimental ..tiland. y..".t! are ht-.t-bv tequuIed ,' d'a..e pro> eonfe-s.'J will!! b. el1'er- Clerk ,',r'UI! iVurt, L'raJford
Naval Stores i t rl!* v.u' Answer with; the .I ,
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agl1ut the
}oil lid Pbmda.ry'trnan
r tieand
j diameter, where .1 commercial Another good idea, we've learned .\"S INVENTORY l i Forest show that :'''fl'-rk "I' the Curt, and ,, < Ci'Uiity.
tur- I"" serea ,,, 'i r: the HtH .f it.iitan': L Craby! Po .: Ct-rk:
Na'.al Stores working affords'stand of this size is; piest-nt, be- I| is turning on a moderate room i i iI BASIC I FARM HE<'OIm I pentining and timber production !' l"I'Y' tl.eri"f ipi'n' I'laintiffs:: at- tt :':., '> m,} had!: anJ sea: ,! sal 2.174 3.19 j ji

HI exrellent opportunity for sup- cause production ani profits; wilt I I light to counteract TV glare. And FOK KEEPING: BOOKS I can be combined successfully forj I e i i

pi'-menting!) declining farm incomep.a.'ttall' I''be much higher from the larger I don't wear sun glasses! They were I the maximum income per acre. I
the year around",1av.v diameter irpfs. The small..rI I Ij made for the beach or that African A farm inventory at this timeof This is a far cry from the daysbefore

John W. Superv'isero : I diameter tree; can then be worked !> safari. Not TV viewing in year will tell more in proportion i the pulpwood maiketcame. '
; Cooper to the time it takes to1 i i
:; at a later date. j your !living room. I when there I
the Naval- Conservation were millions of cords
1'iogram: at Valdosta Stores Ca. j!! "FarmersvJio need cash this | It's easy to make the mistake i make it than almost record.any other '| of small worked-out trees left.' Be ee 1

With reduced acreage all::>t. I year should be able to borrow it'i Of staring too long at that need favorite type So of says farm Dr. financial E. \V. Cake Flor-i' standing in the naval stores belt i I 'W 9r .go tree
from a number of sources and |i program. eyes a to burn and rot
: merit for tobacco many ida Agricultural Extension Service -,i
locking I still make a larger return over change of Pace look up now i iorlvr'lo
-iK-i farmers ale .
( Hops farm economist.The
I i the interest charges by walking and then, focusing on objects
1 in1'! needed sources of new income. ( ': inventory is the basic record '
either nearer or farther than the UM'KUt:
their timber for naval totes than
Pnispeit.for 1956 gum priee.X. .- : 'TV upon which all other farm !. Circuit Coon, Rradrord Toaotf
if they clear cut their scieen.i riorldn In .
't. .- .Olent. due to consumption :' stumpago bookkeeping depends and wil James : C hanrrrT. slip! | the switch[ of >our elcrtn Uuii-lr.! and
is Jinhncr, Plaintiff
Re sure your set properlyinstalled ,
said. i
'at this time, Cooper vs.
; ,
and I
e' -ding production in 1955 show net worth above all d-'cts. |lllarbara J J ji Jmkner Pefendant. ,
I ;; so the picture is as clear r\"ln..Il't Rrddy do the wash for just pennies'Take !
.t-! :to the fact that the carr)- Farmers arui ;e-i to contactArl'a and steady the maintenance Dr. Cake says. It will show 1.>o llr.. Tn tpprarTo Case Xo. 16-1381 i \
as advantage of all the modem electiK launJrj
,iwi .st.uk.from 1955 productionA Foresters ot :he Naval whether you are getting ahead : Raibara Joan Jinkner. whose
make it. This will
b' at the lowest level in Stores Conservation Program i j man can payI it residence and address i is: 5230 Leona appliance*-" -hcr>. doers sit-down irOlll"r10 ,-
how much ,
1 I off for you and your family in financially and by ; i:Street: Oakland. California.
ItIdhal'S.: State Forestry CoMmiss-.cn: Foresters I terms of real ease.Another makes a good foundation for pre You are hrr..Ly notmed that a .. give you added I leisure: for happier Florida hunt!
eye 4u'? forDivorce
or Extension Service F5r- i .. .
c..i| cites as an example of thing to watch is the paring a credit statement; help ('u-"d -, "urpnrt and con- "
u.l" ,-ntlal income from Naval esters who serve Their! territory ,i relationship of your screen size I i to put the farm on a businessbasis irol of ii.iiiur children i I 4 4i 4ry
SI"P'S farmer with for advice on obtaining the maximum valuable ;list i has been filed against you in Ihe''''
til.rase a and provides a ,
: If have shove
the whole
to room. named
I you Court and
i'r, t-ioir timberlands cause and ,,
return m 1iI
40 :.i' its of timberland. If it is assumed i small screen in a large room. of property in case of fire or if you are required to sere a copy of:' ;
40 will average i An. your answer or pleading to the com
that this acres I you'll subconsciously strain to see an estate must be settled plaint nn the Plaintiff* Attorney ,,
hanging 25 cuph per acre, the j from your favorite easy chair. Or I I'I' inventory also helps to f't'o'nize'tht' Kilrlien & Schwartz 713; : Professiunal '' I

1 Oftft! faces should produce thof Get More Fun if you've jammed a kingsizescreen I value of complete business soil file the Kuilding oriKlnal, Jacksonville in the office Fla.t>f'':''
< rm.-i Hum $123 to $400( in one 'I' into small room, then | records. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or':' I
a : I
From Your TV Set before the 12:
day of
V.-.H ,, depending on the method of I you'll be overwhelmed and the I i After two inventories Dr. Cake I,otherwise the allegations March.of 1956 said; I
The lower figure .s ([ assets. liabilities and ,,'Complaint will be taken !!
operation i With These Rules I picture won't be as clear as itj: says ''ed by you. as confess-i 1I 1
based on leasing to a commercial! !i should. i changes in net worth can be ; This notice shall be published !

pru.lucet.! whereas, the higher :Millions of people who know I Yes, television is great. Rut I compared Such a study will once week each In week fur four consecutive ''
the Bradford
figure; I i.s based on the farmer 1 !! reveal improvements or declines. County
: television best and most of after bedtime hours every patent Telegraph.
working the timber himself. On then are the parents of children knows that the best;; screen is aj i I and the reasons why. It also will i Rated this 7 day of February 1956. --

the other hand, some farmer* Ii from 3 to 15 have made a blank one with volume reduced toa show distribution of assets and\ \' (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court ,

work out a percentage deal with I science.' of TV watching. We'veI I' zero liabilities and relative trends of j I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk i i i1 ,

labor which will net them a 1 I all established regulations to Then you can say "good night. production and unproductive uses ) :/ 0 4t 3/!

figure somewhere about halfway children!" and it. of capital. Other records of receipts ,
I'frequently unheeded to guide rm-an In 'I. .he I iri-uil Court. Pithlli Juilinl ,
bet wen the above estimated i'e- I and expenses show whether?: i C :
our families in choosing programs. < Ir.-uil at Florida In and '.
: ,
turns of |,, the operation has produced profits .r llriiilloril Counlr.,
I of sound and hours
volume Household Workers Ill liniii-rrt
j' No. 10-1:a.! .
\\ ht/t'/ there were approximately viewing. or losses. Mint: ii> ur.KKMi:
I !' Look Forward I, .1 II I/j/ I.t-aparil. IMuiiliff, \s. Arnold i i
:ta million faces be- May
So it is that scientists, mothers. I.' ai.ud 1).fndant.
inx worked in Georgia last year ; fOOl; VKAK nil K.r: ; III 'I h.- 'a..... ..f ,I,.. Male ..f I'lurl- I j ji
TV ell-meaning un- To .
producers Old Fund
i Age BY II: !
it I estimated that there were a. I'I
i I des and newspaper writers are T.( An' 1,1 I..p..r.i| 11.'f" .,dant
OITI-OOK Sl'rXIM.lrI : hrtvn" \\lli-i I,. |1'1.' ", r ".1! II'liI"I'e
I li.ist t 50 million trees in Georgia I'
full i I of advice about television The doincstii' wuikt-i who burr ;

above 9 inches in diameter which' 'watching, programming and even ,; wetly had littlt- to how for herj I Egg: producers probably will ,

wi'itno; being worked. Many of I producing! Frankly, we get to tho 11 years i of hard work except house have a bettor! year in 19."i6) than Window Cleaning I

these treys could be wisely work- point now and then, when we maid's knee will now be able to i in 1935; ; the broiler industry i:, Mirs Offiio homes

<.d! tot turpentine before thinning: j yearn to spin the knob an.i enjoy [ retire on a fairly comfortable m-j i I faces a rather poor prospect; and FlourIaintl'nanre;

Cut pulpwood or sawtimber. Re- :i a couple of hours of silent dark- ,' come in her old age. It's all due j i turkey raisers will get about the .

turns to the gum farmer under j I ness. Rut those red-blooded young- to the new social security law ; same profits as last year. Krasonable Prices

the newest methods of working> stets of ours would rebel. So we j i for maids, cooks, housekeepers I So says Dr. C. C. Moxl.-y. Flor- W. S. Ar. EW

Naval: Stores should :?pproximate1 I always end up by sitting back j' which makes it much easier now I ida Agricultural Extension Service ::>0 It:. Krownlee St. Starke

1 equal or exceed the stumpage and enjoying the show. I'I gardeners and other workers in farm management and outlook .. .
Ca ail eledrsc in .nir 'a"" li' .I .1..r
prices that would be received for I We've found, however, that a !: private homes to qualify for re- :I specialist. I i I. I |tor )..ur..lf [hal &u'- .ilifjcvr thin umg a
timber if cut at this time. Under
| TV evening can be a lot more tirement or death insurance.I I "Egg producers are expected t"j combination of furl!
these methods no tins or nails are pleasant if you plan for it. A old-age and survivors make a much better profit in i i19r PEST CONTROL I

left in the tree and the entire few simple suggestions for visualvidt.o Here's the way it works: ;)6." he said. Fewer lepla !"- Ii C00l..dotin'l heat up the hour!

tree can be sold at a later date comfort can be worth more If you work in a private home, ment chicks for laying flocks TERMITESALL ir

with a larger log scale due to I than their weight in TV program you are under social I security should keep egg production lower Whilc-glovt CUAN..no tool or mutt!

growth period.increase during the wOI.k.ing t guides. you ale paid at least $;10 in cash I II the first eight months Egg/ output GROVE TYPES SPRAYING OF ]I ki SAFE as electric light..and just at xooomical!*

For example that tired eyes wages by any one employer in a probably will be an estimated f

The Naval Stores Conservation l ; feeling you have after a hard I calendar quarter. ( A calendar I 3 to 5 per cent under the 19.V | Florida Pest Control .I/ ,

Program recognizes 9-inch trees i''' day in the home or office. Eye quarter is a 3-month period such I! rate Moxley said, noting this I( ain
Floridamodern'/ ElECTRIC/ !
as January through March, April I situation might change by next | & Chemical Co. means ttfq

through June. etc). Before January fall. Phone Franklin 6-6035

1. 1955, a domestic worker| Broiler business prospects are !I 24 X W. 16th Ave. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .i\

needed to work regularly in order i I "pretty dismal" for the first three Gainesville, Fla : .

to qualify Since that date the I or four months Of 193B./ Moxley Call for estimate

length of time worked is no longer said. Sales probably will be 16 toI I

important. 20 per cent above 19.15's: corresponding '

Household employers whose domestic !] period. The economist I

I employees now rome under: predicted a gradual recovery of

the law for the first time should i I prices by late summer and fall I

get a copy of Booklet OASI-21, with returns !'tayingat a faith
"Do You Have a Maid," from profitable level and a probable (
't I
their Social Security office or i i price slump by winter ae.Vm.: !

Internal Revenue Office. This ,I Moxlev' advise contract broiler o49AeAotoizec

booklet will tell the employer raising during the v-price

about his duties under the new I period. .

law. Domestic workers may ob- Tuikey profits in 1955 wers nl>thigh

tain Booklet OASI-5. "Facts forHousehold 1 to sizable I
enough cause any
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Workers" from their ;I increase in 1936 production hei

social security office. This booklet i I i said. This year's production probably Now up to

will tell the workers what they will be up only 2 or 3 per
A FARM TOOL TOO need to know and what social cent. He thinks a growing con- .
securitymeans to them and to sumption rate and larger consum- .

r their families. j i er spending power could handle 225hp

this increase. ki orici
/ A checking account is '. .
a good useful tool for j
the HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES i Moxley advises turkey raisers I S
giving him
bills a quick method of paying his that the lighter; breeds probably I
easily and without a lot of bookkeeping. It saves i ii ij I will sell better this war thin: the Now
trips to town and makes it i \till can filet a biu M2 tnhicnic
unnecessary to keep I heavier. .
large sums of cash at home. I j (ITKrs KtXII'KS: 'ii PO'rJ""I a uttl, tic IIImt, .hti-

Yes, farmers like city folks need placement in tile low-prki-f fid.! Most t
Checking Accounts .
Now the time
I. fm all how.makers !
Open your Account at this bank. torque, loo. For von tli.it means (|intk-
j to serve Citrus fiut t...
,. : cst gct.iwa. swiftest passing ..
I lkttt'r.Teamed (
:heir families! ;:1; with Fordomatie in anv
1 Whnot eat Mt.tinin. u.:
I' your ILJ I Fairlane or Station \\'.. on, tot 22" li.p.Thundeibird .;
|I Special \ -ti b the tlirill-

1 dailA body l'pquiretalliln lemon C' E OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH = rgest ingest engineou; ever c-ominandrcl. '
piece of mei ingu.

FLORIDA BANK STARKE i pi.- .t till glass of cold prang* Soil Conservation Leads in Safety Features I
jui. i' "MI half a broiled grapefruit

offei- .t much pleasanter way to N-E-W-S Among all com in its field, onhi Ford

Member Florida National Group gi'f \niii' quota than by taking By Bill H.us I gives you the extra protection of Life-

pillNi.b..>dy, but nobody, likesto Soil (Cuneratii Semler guard Iesign.This family of safct\ features -

take pills. I was pioneerexl !by Ford. Doesn't
Fm an entree at luncheon or at ; deserve this
sour famliy extra prott.c.tion
dinner try broiled grapefruit. This J. B. White used the District's '
against injury in case of accident.1Leads
i- .j' I r ad i\'e enough to serve for ciiltipac-ker in a field lu- planted ,

.."mplnbut so good you'll want : Coastal Bermuda in. lie states !: ;
( in Trend-Settin Styling
NO DOWN PAYMENT I tt prepare it often. To prepare: I that he feels this is the time to j

Halx- the grapefruit Remove's ''I plant Coastal Bermuda. "With Long. low breatlr-taLing stvling is

">ei and center Cut around each this good moisture we hain the I >ours, too,when you choose a 56 Ford.

segment for easy removal. Sprinkle I ground I should get a good stand I For Ford j is famous for its trend-sUtilrq

1 teaspoon light brown sugar I of grass" says J. B. i styling. And }'ou just can't match Ford's
$ ;5 3O.3 10.19 over and sprinkle ( road-hugging ride and handling ease.

lightly over sugar. Placein .I Ruby Crosby, who farms in the Come in for a Test Drive! i ti

oven at .150 degrees for about Bayless Highway section made a
:all :MOXTIII'Y I'.tl'MENTS: .
1; I
600 520 15; minutes Decorate with a maraschino I]I request for a complete soil and

cherry and a sprig of water conservation farm plan.t

LOANS UP TO $2500.00 mint in each half. |I I We' were standing in Huby's ,,!,

Vitamin C cannot be stored inj j i i strawberry patch when he pointed j I

your body, but you can make and to a corn field with Hairy Indigo

store glasses of golden marmalade planted in it and remarked. "That V You get more

on your pantry shelves to brighten field had a bad spot in it all the I Y T

Why Put Off up your menus at a later date. years my Daddy planted corn "GO"for your

rinuhreN\ there but now since I have been ;

9 Needed Repairs Paint Your House Roll pastry: 1-S inch thick and I.i using Hairy Indigo *as a covercrop '" dough in a

cut in 3 inch squares with a > I got a good stand of corn 1J err.aar..r.aurr.rsrrrte --
knife Cut from each corner inI even on that bad spo:." He went '
Add a Room Screen Porches a r .r.ear __
half way to the center. Place 1 on to say, "It sure is good stuff'' ; I'c +.7 ttr
111 II.l}) .\ (i.U.r.EDD.: .\ .\ INTU'DINT t.'aspoonfan e marmalade in and I'm" .going to plant it in all my FordV8
the 't'nt'r of the dough and ado, fields. i

FIXTE'RESSEPTIC TANKt'.tTER: a f>'\\' pe.-ans. Take up one section it i t

SYSTEIS1.1.: REPAIRS AM) HE: : at each corner and skewei i I was tiding with A. C. Ellis : ,.
in center with toothpick Thisgives the other day when i
a ) we passed
:MODEMNC() ) I.AHOH AM) al i
a pinwheel effect Bake at'' field that had been burned off.

MATERIALSicatioiix ( 400 degrees approximately 1C -I just can't see why people burr'1

minutes Tht-se are good: to servi their crop lands." he remarked"If i

fur refreshments.swwt they would chop and turn i"

.\ _\t Our Office No Obligation : 1'ot.itws :o-.nl'll in that trash under they would bed!

Orange liaskel<< up their soil. and it would be oa-' Come in during our February Sales Jubilee!

f'ook sweet potatoes in 1-2 cup ier to work and wouldn't dry nv

'" \.iV: n. .'. vexed pin. There as fast "

--I J should; be1 2 iups potatoes when .

rfR$ ': >r.e Pr.i.n: off any remaining Henry Ihnson used the Dis- f

LDERS SERVICE .\ i tor mash potatoes and add 2iibe.poon trict's chopper to chop his crop Andrews
J Motor
JlUPPLIEJI : < butter 1-2 teaspoon land before turning the ground Coo

-.il* 1teaspoon cinnamon, 1-4 By chopping and turning your

", .I-P"or; nutmeg 1-2 cup sugar land a little deeper each year :>

i a c !; & atsA.Lt i- i 1-2:! i-up orange juice. Heap you can build up the :op soil MADISON & ADAMS STS PHONE 1H
: "'":,it."ex :in peel of orange halves Starke. FlarRm. .

. t. .j bik,> :at 350 degrees fur. 15 '.. '. .
A > of the folks ::: The C.1 I i--
.1. i.v: : foearc h' 4 '
i p" \ *:-ir: r.z;: ,, .: rart.r"p' -

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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyy" yyyyyyyyyyyyyvy I I tions. -:'lay God Bless You All." a. m., Supt. B. J. Kelly in charge. '' Church is located at New River. i 3d by you I T S K ;: E. FOR A POIXT OF before the 5th day of Mardi. 1' .;

The family. At 11 a. m. the pastor will pre. I' All friends in Bradford I This nolle shall be published 1 r.Eul.\M.\G. and thence run otherwise the allegations of siI: !"
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED !' County once each week for four coni cutivwceka / West 140 feet thence run North complaint will be taken as ced ,'nfes ,
Valentine Fartir, i side over the program. Welcome are invited to attend the servicesfor :I In the Bradford County Tele- ::10: feet thence run East 240\ by you.

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY During the week of February | address by Sister L. E. Kelly History !' the entire day. I rapb.I Dated. this S day or Feb., 1JJS. I >feet aid point thence of run beginning South Hi situate feet toI TaU notice shall be published

1 i many Valentine pai ties were [I of the Church by S. H. Kelly II Fust Born Church Elder F. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. i.' .roj I, in the c"mmuntyIf Hampton. once each week f.>r fi>ur consecutiv : -

15V Ozura J. Shell held in the schools of the county. !i of Hastings and Brother George Howard pastor. held services all II Clerk of the Circuit Cnurl Florida; weeks in the FTadford Coun
I I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk that the relief sought is the parti- 'Telegraph. a duly qualifit-a newspaper -
Those called to the attention of
------- Kellof Jacksonville. At 12 noon day last Sunday. Duringthe evening i :/i9 ft 3/:
"vvvvvyvyyvvvyvvvvvyvvyvv ,
TYYYYYTTYYTYTTTTTTYYTTYTCoronation tun of said property; and you are puhiished in said County.
len. your editor included one by the [ the Anniversary Sermon will be II worship hour Elder Willie -- required to appear in said .. Court Ordered and issued this: 2Sth!
Attracts Crowd Betty Hudson, Willie Kelly,
second third delivered ReT.. I la Tbr Circuit Our I of BradfordI'nunlv and cause and to sme a copy of
and grade taughtby I by C. Kelly. Rushing: of Lake City. deliveredthe I d.iv of January. 1'56. a
Jessie your ans-ir-r pleadings to the
On Monday night at RJE cafe- Franklin High School !; iI.rlda: or OFFICIAL" 8E.U.rUABLES .*
Mrs. A. Moffett. Refreshmentswere District Supt. of the A.1.. E. ; sermon. Sunday is regular la ("haaorry Complaint i-n the plaintiffs attorney. (
colorful( array Of pomp Daiue Group. Most of the mem- | Hoihs "-. .\. I'VKKY.
l'UIIIIIl a f Knight, whose address -
C.iX !"-?}!
bers of the "faculty assisted in ; served, games were played !i Church Ocala. At 2 p. m. dinner j I pastorial day and all membersare I I ETI lEt JlOf. IE I is Starke. Florida and to file Clt-rk of the <\rvait f : rf
and by .
ceremony was displayed and all the childien received a'1 will be served on the church I askej to come and worship. ] Plaintiff. j, the original in th. offioo of the Fradfod c. :l''v, fo'.r! da.
both artmenti> of the school.Delous the production. The teachers whosponsored !I Clerk of I'.r'r: :. all on or : 4- n
Valentine from the teacher.Vil- ,, grounds. Rev. L. C. Cohen will A young group of gospel singers ; vs.
Jenkins was crowned Miss the queens were Rev.1Roosevelt I LEE HOY: KALCII. .m.! et al.I !.
'i i ( letta Wysinger reporter; Mrs. A. deliver a sermon at 3 p. m. after i: from Fott Pierce will be featured >efeni1ant.-. -
escorted Dell Jr. and Mrs. L. '
HJE Elemental was
G. Moffett teacher. which the finance committee will during the evening service: on liEN: OF rniur.'Tio\ AND
M. Royal. '\oTirn U .4111tit
h\ Chester oft
Cruni Business
That's Our
The Hobby Club of Thurston take charge. Brothers Isaac and The Gabiiel Tone Spiritual Singers. THE STATE OF KU'HH'A.:
\dult K.diicalimi"
hI' class. Emma Lee Kelly was Elementary School had a Valen- ,,, Geoige Kelly are asking all loyal i listen of P..nnett Fvnd and ,Eugene 1Il'n uhuM-* ss If It's Ga.! We Have It!
Ilownf'tiliss I'JE High by RubyL. Last session for instruction on ''' Persons who enjoy good sing belt South Indiana. w -
tin Party. President Bertis Rob- members to do their full duty residence is; (llhforWunkn..n\ :
Hall. Other persons servingas I filling out income tax forms willbe ] ing will miss a treat if they don'tht'at' ""..nita H.tnkin.and Mi'harl Han- CALL WHITE or VISIT
inson and her members served a j I financially for the church in this !
held tonight (Friday at RJE. ( kill, of Uin.-inn. Michigan. \\ hose'residence
grade sweethearts and escorts delicious fried chicken dinner. the century mark in the life of this group. Elder F. Howard I is otherwise unknown ,
and entertainers for the court Persons inteiested are asked to ; |I I..-ah Kalch: Mi-Fwt-r- and U. r.I / 11 Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
v.c-ie Hlondeve Dell, Willie Hampton. -'he present at 7:30: o'cO'kliss\ The special guests included :Miss: the church. New :\Iunl'ernon pastor: Siiter W Strong r.'porter.Home 1 I "1"o'"Ntn.'h,, r.-.I..n.p. i- Ira- .
Mable Jenkins Principal and ton Virginia: Cl.>on P.inn."a.'k..rand "
Gloria Cummings; Robeit Elleison. A. B. Anderson i.; also giving instruction if marrifH his nnkni! n wit'.
and and NEED
Deacon Price Joyce ASGLASS
son .
the education \"h.- residence; ;i i' 159 X. STII': St :
Mae IMS Morris O.scarIwis. during general Supervisor Shell and family. Music \..\\ i.e. n, Pennsylvania: : K.H I HZeigler We Design Modern Store Fronts
Rosa Lee Moore. Johnny period at Lawtey Training DemonstrationNotes i whose residence N (j'\ |>rfs- I
and added to the fun
games (i'rrk.! Sex-vrna Park ;Marx land: p Just Mail Us A Pattern for
.l*rkSin. Rubella Scott. Jimmie for the evening. The school was .T'''''I'h r Zeigl.'r, 'lii"i ..'.ileiir.'

(.' 'en. D'atr l'eIoflre, Joe Otis Cant of ThanksMrs. decorated b.'autifu11.fOI'. the i I is Cypress Creek. S\.rn. Park. Table Tops

Williams Veinell Bradwell Tester Lola Cailwell of Hampton palty by Principal Price K. J. Maryland wife and: Karl if married II XfiKl-r, hi- unknown .lr-. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4.153:

K. Randolph. Ruth Mae Jenkins. wishes to thank the many tr 010111c whose residence is Pex-erna Park
Lennon and All reportedan ; ,, .
pupils. .
) )Marx-land and'h mailing: o I: a>l-
John Chandler Legree Eas- friends of the family for their. enjoyable evening. ROSS ; ilrs i is P. 0 Inr.O". Sevcrna

If'Waltl'r. Ferguson. Wilhelmenia -' condolences on the death of school : Home Demonstration Agent Park. Maryland, and if married his
Wateroak Elemental unknown wife; and all oi.inown; Now Is The Time To Plant
Hlye. James Suggs. Valaria.T her late mother Jessie Williams. had its party during the day. Ice I. I't'ns persons claiming any interest! in thehereinafter

.- Pearl Alexander. Veron- 1 who died in Ocala t'erenUThe' described; property ,o'
Cream and other goodies werest'r'd. the heirs creditorsor
prantees :
at' Vegetable Garden .Meeling being lesistant to wilt. early' Azaleas
funeral conducted Mace- other claimants l> Ihryul"hlnd..r\
J'-H :;h..l1yIan' Helen Suggs. was and y.
games were played j Are you reads to grow mote bligh gray leaf spot and leaf or against the following known
R '-bud Kilt It's. Elementary dona Baptist church in Hampton valentine songs were sung, led and better vegetables in 1956? mold. It is lecommended by the person" who are dead towitWil! Citrus Trees

Dame Croup; William Watson Many thanks to all who do- by Principal. E. Roberts. I j I Well the Food Production Chairmen Experiment Station in Gainesville. liam William Kalrhreuter.Kaloh deceased also :known I.ee PollY as Fruit Trees

Pien .' .T. Jacqueline Marshall nated flowers cars, food! and I I Bradford Teacheri Meeting I are. Seven from the Home The seed were heated to prevent Kalch. also; Clifford known Ka as Ich Bow deceased Kalch.deceased : .;

I'ettv Jenkins Fannie Frazier. other. services A special "Thank The third county-wide teachers : Demonstration Clubs attended a "damping off." a disease that j I-etitia Panneparker.! d..l'as..d'l'rl: : CameliasPeat

:Maijorif Holmes. Bobby Rae You" to many white friends who meeting will be held today (Fri- '' leader training meeting in the causes the plant to rot off at the Pannepacker You are hereby Zeigler notified deceased that; a

Hampton Joan Britt. Enoch Al- made expression.- and ,i-ontribu-I day) at 1 p. m. at RJE high agent's office Wednesday which surface of the ground or may ; suit has been instituted against youin Humas Sphagnum :Moss
school. Accoiding to statement the above named Court and -
a was conducted by Joseph even attack the seed and prevent j
> -' -" I President C. C. Anderson, pause herein Ethel Holmes is Cro-Tone Magic loom ITy-Gro
.. from Miss Susan Christian. Spe- germination. plaintiff. and and each of \
;-. ,. -- .' ,,! and proper t you you
Superintendent H. P. Morgan'will cialists from the State Extension Lenten MenuesDuring and also Lee Hoy Kalch. Jr. E.: K.Vasdin Plant Foods
\ Lester Kalch. lluth "Kalch
address the group at the 1 beginning Office. Lent you will want to Leah Kalch MrFeeters. 1.. U. McFeeter -

7J1e'- 1Y'$. ,S1 O S :'.$. of the meeting. A heavy These chairmen and their club I try something especially ta-.ty. i iSo Samuel.. \Vollard.Marguerite. KalIiVollard.Jr.. and Pearl.

I i agenda is : .
[ property involved in aiJlit\ is.
... I all teachers to be in place by having a successful garden this wp suggest Baked Tuna Fish? ;!, situate "in I'radford Cou-ity Florida
.T.'' :: I 12 45 at least. so that Chaplain i iI year by following suggestions It is a favorite at the Lt'wis' and described, a1SV -
"f XI-:', : and \" of XE'lof
I Dell an stall devotions. All given at the meeting.: It is the Haines' home and everyone else :NW1-4 of Section 21. Two. 7 Sistrunk Feed & Seed StoreCall

I teachers are expected to make aj; plan for the chairmen to give a who has eaten the dish has wanted! S R. 22 E. and.
sale of i-.. lI'i! :i" Wt d r tiie
for .11. IIIB:
preliminary report ,II garden: program in the cKibs!: next the lecipe. S ,ntli.!" .1-' i.. inr of S.'. I"' Twp. St. Phone 39 Starke. Fla.
I tickets for the Amigo SingersI j month using material presented Raked Tuna Fist (Contributed :

I: who will be piesented by this i iI in the training meeting which fits .liy )1.... I.euis faint's I .) I

I group on Sunday. Feb. 26. at 4 ] their situation. I 1 4 oz. ran tuna. 2 cups bread i

p m in the RJE Cafetorium. Color slides and a movie were crumbs. 3 hardboiled eggs 3 I j Stenographersneeded

I The advance tickets are $1 for used to illustrate the material I tablespoons flour. three-fourth J I

adults. 25c and 3.r>c for slud..nts'l j presented. Flats of luscious. teaspoon salt. dash of pepper. 2''I

I This program is being sponsored green plants of lettuce (head cuns! milk. 1 tablespoon butter I I at HUNDREDSof

3, I so that the association! can make j type and Bibb)I. Chinese cabbage Using a heavy saucepan make

y Cai .Ci. MorAg.ary' ........ .. contribution to the UNIVERSITYi
...v_.'. ca "1" : a tangible endive and tomato created much a white sauce by mixing flour I

new Bradford County Hospital. !i enthusiasm and interest among salt pepper and a little of the details are managed and economically -
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? The general public is asked to |i. those present in getting a garden milk. Gradually add the rest of i FLORIDA attended that only a trained and

I support this program. C. C. Anderson 'I started right away. In fact. if I.II the milk and bring to a boil. careful organization can attend when

I president; Mable Jenkins Joe Norton hadn't been looking, Remove from fire. add butter 5-day. 10-hour week the urgent need for serving is at

The one on the left, most certainly. If you :, Reporter. some of the lettuce may have tuna bread crumbs and boiled han4.
i weeks vacation each
'lSports I disappeared to end up in a tossed esgs.: : chopped. Pour into a shallow -

want to split your face with the same sort The RJE Tigers have experienced -i salad for someone's supper that baking dish that has been i each year :

I a winning streak and have i night. buttered. Bake for 20 minutesin DeWITT C. JONES

of satisfied smile, merely trot over here and t I sacked up the last three games. ,; Those attending the meetingwere n hot oven about 400 degrees.Serve : I Free Course each semester Phone 7 Starke. FIa.I .
: I They were out for revenge on i : :Mrs.: Warren Mizelle, in the baking dish. I I Sick leave and I I III

what dose of value Lincoln High School. Gainesville Brooker: Mrs. Paul Dinkins and I For variation. leave out the benefits Funeral Director Ambulance
see a whopping your I I I Service
who are members of "Class A" Mrs. St. Clair Griffis Lawtey: boiled eggs and add a cup of II

I division and on Monday night i I :Mrs. A. C. Belt-he and Mrs. A1Ij mixed peas and carrots well- ApplyIJNIVERSITY Our local funeral home enable u to otter convenience &M
dollar buys. We show how to take I
can you I gave: them quite a beating. The i good State Farm; Mrs. J. R. drained and a teaspoon Of onion OF FLA. I services not otherwise ay&table.!

I Tigeiettes lost by one point which ] Kelly and Mrs. E. L. Cox Heil- juice if you like.

the hot air out of the inflated buck. We are I was a heart-breaker for Dorcas i bronn; County Agent G. T. Hug- I I Employee Personnel I =rsSssssssssrsp SS.t sssssrrssrrrssrsss.

I Franklin. We have never seen j gins: and Miss j Dorothy Ross I I Services I w. furnian the highest type eervlc* At lowest prlcei, and

always happy to serve you. Call on us to her weep after a game but thison. I Home Demonstration Agent. da. i i 109 Administration Bldg.GAINESVILLE I Iccept ANT life Insurance pone In force. Isaaed by ANT

.. she could not take. The teams j :Manalucie Tomato JM t'tl A !bated'.. 1956.tOFF'lCIA1 this. 19 day of Fflmiary: FLA. company, as payment in part or In full on a fuaeral.

will leave for the tournament Manalucie tomato seed were I SEAL) 1 Consultation carrle BO othgat1n.aSflStrrrsss .

I next week in St. Augustine. We 1 treated with Chloranil (Spergon) ) Charles Clerk A.of arby.Court. I II I sssssrnsss _S Ssssfls.rs Vs Jr s S rsA11 I

hope that we will win some of by the agent and given to Mrs. j Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy rlerk i i21r

day.KOCH'S I the honors! Coaches Butler and Paul Dinkins. Mrs. St. Clair Grif- ', n :sJMrricn t -

Shell an- still optimistic about I f is, Mrs.Varren Mizelle. Mrs. :; : TO .U'l'tR I )

? the and Mrs. A. C. Belche. I. ,. Circuit Court Bradford County. I
DRUG) STORE'L : the outcome of season I IE. L. Cox, :1 Florldnt In ('baa..r,.

t he tournament. P. Shepherd. G T. Huggins. and I II i I George H. Jenkins Jr.. Plaintiff. "J
ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED I Church Xew I Faye Green (4-H Club member) ''' Mary A. Jenkins Defendant. ',
I' i I Case No. IO-I3S! |I
COMTIETE UNE OF DRUGS. SUNDIIES A COSMETICS I New Mount Vernon ::\fethoJistChuJ''h. to plant in their home gardens. ;:\olli'e To Appears ,
I I ,
whose resl-
To Mary A. Jenkins
roeL.. C. Cohen pa.stor.wil1 These people will want to compare I
idence and address
j i is )[
PHONE 53 WEDEUYEt STAKE, HX observe its 100th Anniversary'I| this variety with the otherI ville. Maryland.You t'Chanlcs-1 1906 S a half century of service ,., to southern agriculture 1956
"nn Sunday. March 4. Services will I j popular varities! like Margiobe.I I suit for are divorce hereby: \

-.- h-srin with Sundav School at 10It66for'56 (' ''Rtiteers! and Jefferson has been filed against you In the j ,
above named Court and cause and .
Manalurie i is a new variety you are required to seive a copy of' ,
which is excellent for home eard-''your answer or pleading to the com- ,
!1 plaint; on the Plaintiffs Attorney ]i
ir Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida ,
:! Title Building. Jacksonville 2. '
:MUICK TO Ari'K.Ul Florida. ,
i and file the original" In the office of _
In ( !rrult ('uurl. Bradford CounCf.FlorUa I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
: ID Chancery. S
James riinslct'iii, I'Umtiffb.. 'or before the
Defend.ont.1auIie 12 day of !March 196; ;
Margaret :ingk-tuii
loth..rwise the allegations of saidCarnlalnt
ru '.."r.r '
will be taken as confess-
To). iljrgjret Singleton. whosertMileme .."! by you.
and adJr->,, i>. St.ites- ..
This notice shill b published<
b..r.>, North Carolina.Vou J4
Once each week for four rnnsecu- %
are hereby notified that a 'tive weeks in the Bradford County
hUlt! for divori1'are: custody and Telegraph'
s > Lontrol ..f iniiiot childuhaai I Dated this 7 of
;:;;"lH. day February I
> been tiled agalnol you In Joe 1956. .
Get' Performance that's above named Court and cause and OF'l'IAT.SF.I.) Charles A. Darby i
you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court
'., Years Ahead with7i7ad' your answer or pleading to the Ky Marian I.. Crosby epntv Clerk _
_ ;? cjniolamt on the Plaintiff s :2/19 l Attorney .1 Donald Gibson. 109 -
Smith KuiMint;, Jacksonville J, %ol'ln 10 U'PP.tll
PI.orda! i n Circuit Court Ilrailford County,
'i. and tiie ihe original In the office Florida: la ( hanorrr.
uf the Clerk of the Circuit Court OBat John J. Keenan Plaintiff vs. Mary
1 before the V. Keenan Defendant.
U da) vi :Map-h. r.'i.J, Case N'o. 1B-IJ35
: .. otherwise the allegations of said \<,lre. To \nDea r
: '
.. :' ,Complaint will be taken as con- To: Mary V. Keenan whose residence -
<, ,/ essed by you. an'! address is: 94 Hampton
Tl-s notice snaIl be published | Street, Hartford Connecticut.
1'S 1 once each week for four consecutive II | you are hereby nnUrtl'nat a
I weeks In the Bradford County Tel..- suit for divorce custody control.
to: graph. and support of minor children has

I'.il..d Ih., li: d..) ..f Feb 11;J;';i. been flied
OFFICIAL.. SEAL:; : ) Charles A. iiaro> I against you In the above named <
Clerk of the Circuit Court Court and cause and you are required -
fy Marian L. Croaby. Deputy Clerk ] to tfTvc a copy of your answer -
or pleading! to the complaint i ion |
:2. IT 4t i.'i:
the Plaintiffs Attorney |
: 'UTH K: OF IMf.NTION 'I',) >l IKK.I Orald P. hart 301 Smith 1:1111.1-1 11(111COW'
.\I'I'I.I\\IIU' loll FIN tl. ing. Jacksonville !. Florida I!
IU'01lIt.. t: and file the original In the office of'
Prubale 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I Ibefore !I
l.a. 19.UU: { i
.. 1' the I II
In Court or The iuunl> Jud"' *
1 day of March 1956
tlradlurd Count;, Male of Flur- ; i I
otherwise the allegations of Raid
Ida.In Probate |!:I'Complaint will be taken as confessed I I I I
-' IX I'.K Tin KSTATK UK MiKE' by you. ,
f ". ,H* lIAUi'l'A. Uec.-a ed This notice shall be published
> I
i1A1 -, .... 1.. .\IL \\ hom It May Concern: ;''lonce each week for four consecutive love tEC4WTY4caegeifr
_______ Notie I' bereliy given that .\. M. weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
dies h....- died hi" final report a..tdzoino..tr.tr :. igrnnh.
| of the Estate of i Dated this S day of Feb., 19S.I : .
!I (OFFICIAL. SEAL Charles A. Darby
Mike Maru.-a. d'cea.'d. that he has ,
filed: his petition for final dl"- I Clerk of th j Circuit Court.
I I By Marian 1... Crosby Deputy Herfc
tharge. and that he will apply to fash
the Honorable George L. I'atten. 2/10 4t 3/2 : aadp9/914fe
It's Performance ''iri-uit Judge. substituting for theI'Iunty
That Counts Judg. of Bradford County. :\6TICP TO 'I'I'tan
Florida on the 20th day of March In Clrrnit ('ourt. Rradlord Court?. 1 1I
1956. f.r approval of same and for iFlnrlila: In Chanr.rr- I
imal: tharge as administrator ''Joseph P. P'nnl'tt. Plaintiff n.I .
of the estate of Mike Maruca de- I'Gladys II. Rennett. Defendant
c-a-t-d. nil this( llth day of !-'"bU -!i Case No. 10-1JS5: Are you getting the advantages of feeding a good
: u'. 1:'56.All'rt ,,,II... To Appear -- -
Test drive Phillips 6r> I II iiir-Fi I II.I had out M. Si'-g. administrator T,,: Gladys H. Bennett whose Dalatable: freshly milled feed-a feed that has that

how much bt.'ttt.'rur car performwith this dea, f th.=ed.e.ta'.f :Mike Maruca residence. Blairsviile and address, Peon.Vou is: 1S6 BurrellSt "2 I I' ( -r:,:;d. fresh, clean smell that sows !0ve2rrr'uiniv'

:1 17 4t Z 'J are iiereby notified that au"

\ears-ahcad bknd of natural and high-text In Ike F.lshib JudicIal (irruii Divorce tor: 1 -cunty: : Dairy Feed is made shortly before you feed

iation gasoline: components.The only) place (Court la tbanrrri.'o.llradforil iouat), Florida :,:; above nan been named flied Court garnet and you cause in and the S: ..CURIT I I Security contains good fresh ingredIents-It's bulky

to judge gasoline is in lu-lISJ' you are required to serve a copy of .-. 'fh' flaked corn crimped oats and with all fines
your car, and onetankfulofFLiTEFriLillshovyouthere's III\ ut( I: vour answer or pleading to the f DA IR Y I
--an Mar tta 1'i.iin'iff. \ -. VInII' ; !
"omnlilnt on thPla'itlff* I : dieted. Security is balanced uniform with just the
\loIrtt.l. feinlant. I
A 1' T"-y Cr--r. & C..i.. Starke.
'11111.. 1 U1'1'.: \ItT -
a difference{ / in gasolines. Fill at ,. Vm ent Mar"tta a ln-e :..*' Fl"nJa' I 4ht consistency of ingredients. Security helps you
up today anystation and f *. the rig1:.a! tn the offlre of
known address and .
where you see the famous orange 6 Irk; UiriiiiT, :':1'....: Un re-ideti.\K\i. : e:\.17 ii i-" 'he,r ,,-TiTk, .. ,h4 of. the '".r, a.t Curt or \ I 'eep your cows on feed. The next time you buy Dairy

1 Feed- Security. Examine it-smell
try it-watch
and black You are hl'rdn.f..d< thit a ::2 Jy ''f Mar I,. 15': ;.
Phillips 66 Shield. ... ,'. .1 :.d" ... 'MIa.. 4.r is if aC: ) FEEDS
suit acamst for you divon-c in the al has ov"I'l-"'Curt-n :a- 1 n. .. '.." -> ,. .",.... ( :;ur cows go for it day after day.

''au.-.. and you are rr-juircd, I' :..
PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY .. ," py .if your pleail.r. ,"r .1' .t' "
with the attorney f..r 1,1.: :':' 11
.-'. HaMwin P. 0 p.,'x :".till. ila.n---;
.. S'.. .
\ Florida and f.niih !- ': >
the Clerk of "I' .'Jr: r : SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville, 'Inc.
f re lr> March IS"'> ""r- '

PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARK)E I.i'cati'n:: taken::: as, conta.n-confr: ,1 .1 I'0\.' > '.. w. 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Tl.tMti'e shall : i i. .4
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Schedule Faith Film i, it. Mark's Episcopal ,....- .....-..? --??-?-TYTTYY- r.LF.1Xr.( : I

oeud ('very one, and w Th
: the
nr I : 1:1'H,, mond E. :\ladUaln i :
) : :
BROOKER( on the
higtiA.iv- i:->
i ': 11- L, vy! likely to, hi
ieiitea: at St M.irk Epiopa tak-'n

Fi: I Ohuiv.iiiil: L-o as ulloI ,\,;; ; By :Mrs. t:. I;. ('atlt'O ...:\ ii:''iienL. As an o''!d i Sl'li,_> .

HI { Sunday: 9:43: : am. Churi.r: j .1 mti ,1'01! n.the w .:e o: a
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I I School: and Adult Class; 11 a.m. { a" a 10! :j.v: V A*. t

:Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30) I t'inle Meet. '"t., u ,i wssu lead 'Ji:"" :"' i .:

At The Tabernacleruiifu Presbyterian Church ,, : : :tg p.m. Y. P. S. L.'ednesday The Lubeda 1'mhoUi.: cot .. .. % 4 kra 8tmess,1I' -...:,i i'! :whit I s.iy Do iii. d: ,n..
1 \\ 7 the Brooker Baptist Church b! ;I : as if you a:,' "'::.
I : ::3'p m Ltan> m ?: POP4CA i ? ;;
ft >"I-. NEBR. ::1\'.
'dll I d 'J 1-1.' i. A'lii, < at the : -' forever Be
n"ji II home of Mrs honest.
IJ'I !
i ;:d :Meditation S p m Chou Green i"J iM '
.\ (;U! ': 1-iijimisKi ..ttI. tit P. b I Uherem I work ier,ite. kind
m and meditate and '
p Tuesday i think
night with : :1"'d:
Practice. I five members r: .- -" >:iu burnt'd."l' o: tre:

,I';U''I'"j l Tabe'na. laM week. Sumi.\ hihoul 9 4.0 a II. :Mi".:MI' Ho!:; Communion: 1st Sunday I pre.-ent. Mrs Frank Tinney gave and prut .... the \rars roll on. i i I .di n'i.ltd t thin. b\ their billfolds? great unknown where God ,.t.I".!-
iiu 10 a i los< Su.'itla night. AndBehind Aithm the
lag Worship "A Call ('It'.l devotional and was In chargeof ,: VW hail four mbalmers shadow keeping u ,i:, h
foi !- 1 11 1 a m 3ul Sun.lav 7-50: a m I to come
rh) ihnamic
i above
> piesentation of the the :h dim unknown us all. Ht'
program Mrs I and is gn.ntd b.
R A. Nettles help us at different
Cut Derisions
1 11 a. m Ynuth i.1 itS e\ei\on times:
;i'isjH-1 drew large attendances Stands God cause'
I presided over the business within the shadow and of tuUise. five funeral we are not Chris'in.in:
'J!"iiighout the week. Dr. Gih at- Fellowship 6 p. m., :Maig: :ret meetIng. Refreshments Keeping watch above his own. j jI : the cars' just as parents are sad
were sen'ed I day of the funeral. That t o\ei tI.-:
:led! th. service at Paik-of-the- Rose Duncan Frances 'ald.w St. Edward's Church ; children's unkind
and ( by
the .
hostess, Mrs. Earl have '|'made me sad and weak I have I wa>s !: \\ "
forgotten who
I wrote the
P im--> Sunday afternoon as a lI. hostesses Woi- Green.N turn t<, God. and .. '
Evening ext meeting to be at the above not yet got over it. try jzr w .-
"--t; of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quig- Sunday Mass at 9.15 a. m. home quotation, but I once lived I grace, then when .
ship. "The Trial of Ahab,' 7:30I j of Mrs. Wilson Green in Cape Girardeau !I But on the happy side, I hal'estarted ; our'mi >> r: Missouri
> \ He left Monday morning to Holy day md:hes>, 6.30 a. m and j and : will die ,
I Ip. m. Ir '[ ianlen ('Iuh MeetsThe attended the I I a series of books for w.thmi! r.
:i Ii! ::1f'ek's engagement in St. 11'\\ill MIM.M din-dor ufMouilx <:30 a. in.Childrens. Presbyterian ChurchI I gre!. to go to that

I itfi.burg After a busy chedu1thi. *- Wednesday Junior Chou Institute nt "( hIIe, li... Catechism Class each i| Brooker Garden Club met : for a number of years. Dr. Mor- I children The first one I called I ; God has hiauti.'uplace !

1 practice, 3:30 Meet- \1111.1.'., u.itclu-s 'i Friday night at the Civic Center. 'on was our minister. S0 "Rock Creek Farm. a story of r prepared Tnt .-
country until July 4. he p. m. l'ray-r a int'l.il ring Wednesday at 3'5:] p. m many will be no taxes
nor '
1' eturn to his native country. I iRg. 7::;O p. m float up from (Ilir lia..e uf tlu'column .. KfjstuHtHeights Mrs. Gracie Bigham, president of his sermons he ended with II! my early childhood in Indiana. I Mo wars nor vieo':> "_
(I I I have started uncertain! :!:n.
presided book
Tlu> Sunday morning the Tab- vUu-rr |Ii r ,,1,11'0'(1 it. The At St. Williams Chapell) 0\er the business meeting the above words I have found t: "Five two named i eternity. Let tis get rvaih. I

i -Mile pulpit will be occupied by, >h\\; II\KK; ;,: column has ua clci' tronufjnrUriiirrent : ( Follow Iliway :21! south to St The Club voted to buy play-| i it such a joy and consolation all Points Farm. Of course.I ;i see so much of death. I :

nember of the Christian flusi.I. \ITIST (C'lll'IM running; through: it wliiili William's Sign.) i ground equipment for the city down through the years. All of.I> love to recall those happy daysof i is sure and silent ri'l.r"it

i'-s, :Men's Committee now holdit ( rep.1111| ; ring Musing it to float: Sunday :Mass !%! a. m. park with the funds which will be' us at times are sad, bewildered almost 60 years ago. How ; HELPFtO HINTS' tI
Sunday School, 10 a. m :Moinjing : made on the I, times have P..rk i-
rd. I minstrel. and full of fear changed! I plan to I
This of the
i weekend meeting at Park- Up\\ is a ".tquintfrolil Holy day masses 7:30: a. m future. ] ,: good buy noWt'
I bought ::1 >
write .i
'hp-1'alms Worship 11 a. m. Evening' the lieu Mis film; "Fl( h ofI r Confessions before all Masses I :Mrs: Frank L. Tomlinson gave:, As \\ e grow older and see our about eight books over a'I I and had it butchered '?
I las
'.I Worship, :3O p. m. Player Meet- I]I I'aith" % hick ,uill lie shown at .1 talk on the care of azaleas and I It friends and loved ones depart in- |' period of years I do not 1'.a'eI, We have lots of : f i:

AlIU'AKH IS.UTIVT ing. Wednesday, T:4) p. m Everyone : thi- First liaotist (Cliur., Hamp Church of God t ('amelias and brought several to that "unknown." Only by'i i'dt't'p a publisher yet. but am in no(: !;reasonable rostYf'good like eating ore.in i'

CIIIHCHUev ton March 10. vanties from the Ganett faith and much do great burnI also made a quiltin
prayer wesurvive
welcome L. L. I'aiker. Sunday School 10 a.m Morn I I filling pies this time of year T.
L. G. January,
HeminJwawill: i I in Gainesville The center was and keep our sanity I and pieced another j jVishing !
,II each "Moses And The Burn--I 1 pastor 'ng Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening "\ Star" plan to make one when thui I'
on Lawtey Methodists j gaily decorated with the valentine put myself in God's hands many quilt since. IjI j done A burning
nig: Bush" at the Airpaik Baptist Service 7:4j: p.m. Y.P.E theme. Red gladioli and Easter years ago. I have tried my best I raised a lot of vegetables last I i i mall'h111 iemove -

'hurch, Sunday morning at 11 I I Hear OutstandingLay $ervit.e: Wednesday 7.4.; p.m., and i lies were used to a adVantage to love my fellow man and 1 slimmer despite the drought and''hot any bad odor in a bithitvT
lock ,NOK1IIKAITIVT JIt: ; Lacey Conway. almost
pastor.HtII.lmO little made
especially children
throughout the room. The whom I me I i
Cod hIe-4! .
III H( H ; Musician Lawtrjr ever\oni' w )11
( ill In K M 1 li1 >i 1'
i I ho.ste.s.ses. Mrs. Lloyd Wood. Mrs taught I still love eve-y one of I August my son and fan- i -hit ani, '
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn f1 all
Sunday School 10 a. m. :Morning : James H Houghton head j Gracie Bigham, anj Mr. Inez i them and now they are grown I II came to visit Us and 1 was so'i:
ui the U'IDON'T
i ng Worship 11 am. YPE Serv j jnd very \ \
( Green served hea and so many of them hate also I happy. I have beau"iful:
Tile Heilbionn S -r\ices 11 a. Department of Church : rt-shapei open-i
Baptist Churthjill : m. Training Music: of S.Uurdav. 7:30: pm. i ,
j faced sandwiches passed to the unknown. good grandchildren. Freddie 1=
and Only this
.. have its annual Homecoming !j Union 6:30: p. m Evening Serv- the Boston Theological Seminary, coffee I
; Intermediates lat; week The 13. and April 11. They make
in :-no
.11 sunday.. March 4. Dinner will I ice 7'30: p m Piajer Service Boston. :Mass.. conducted service' BROOKEItIl.t1'TIST : i Hal I' 1'arty Telegraph was
i )[I's. L. I... word that :Mildred had so happy.
be served on the grounds and an' Wednesday 7:30 p. m Rev. BIz in the Lawtey Methodist Church I ClirKCII j Parker entertained,: Sculley BUY
| the Intermediate passed away. She was 19 Onl' Right bet.I want to san i:
,'i'' be held > Dullard Sunday Feb 19. Sunday School 1
"daj sing will ( \ pastor. night lie\. C. B. :.Mailings, I'astor i
j Class of the New River a little gill of nine years of agewhen you haven't thought much about
-I An international figure in the Sunday School 10 a.m., :Morning :1 Baptist I,r death I
Church with a lovely valentine' I last saw her at'school and youi going into the
E: !
j I laymen's work of the chuirh in1 i Woishhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30: :
I pm. I party at her home here Tuesday 1. I jecall her the last day of unknown, I suggest you do St 0 ; HALF AMACHINE
t the line of church hymns and[ .Evening Service 'j:3: ) Prajei
| : p.m. I night. Maxine Andrews the school at Clay Hill in 1946 She Do you pray? I find greatoir.
BAPTIST music. Dr. Houghton and I Iet'ting'pdn 7:30 :
j plans I Sl1ay
FIRST CHURCH p ml' I prize for making the best heatt-'I was a beautiful little girl with j fort and joy from the fact I re.t'i'':
i i iMnxts! the masic of the General
I fair skin I I a daily book of devotionals
shaped valentine; from bubble and light brown hair. j It
gum. ,
'or.ference of the church which!i FK.NTAt OSTALIIOUNKSx
STARKE, FLA. j ''and Lucietia Cumbee won the It was hard parting with them ,| has a prayer at the bottom I ,
meets every four years. : C1UKCII I
I prize for writing the best valentine The diy I left to come to ,! read a portion of the Bible I.
When the :Methodist: Sunday School 10 Mom'mg -, I I
Hymnal I a. m. -
also have
': I verse :Mrs: Parker served N'ebraska. I looked back at ) a new translation anili

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor was revised in the 1920's. he was: ( Worship 11 a. m. Evening Cokes and cookies to the 17 whoolhouse as I passed by and i! when I do not understand the1i Only one sewing machine

-I i member of the Committee of1I'Iic Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday : said. "Good-bye schoolhouse: T i i King James \'ersion. I tuui tithe does
young people who attended. | so much more!
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town :\ 'i,
of National Council I night
: Prayer Service 7.30: m.- "
p. translation
(iA and Sunbeams MeetThe I hare been happy with you I | in our language |

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 i of Chinches, chosen for this work I I Rev. Roland S :Morgan, pastor i Girls Auxiliary and the i 1 shall never see so many of my !j of today. They have discovered';' I

i It fell to his lot to sing to the sunbeam' Band of the Brooker dear children in this world. for ,! a lot of manuscripts in cave' '! i 1 .

i Sundaysermons:11OOA.M.30P.M.Sunday Baptist Church met Thursday many passed away in .
,:liontamed in the uirrent volume.Dr ('III hth( I afternoon at the church for their,:1 10 \ears Teaching is rewarding I verifying the old translation. The ,i

School 9:45 A.M. Training UniGn 6:16 P.M.\ I Houghton is now assisting Located on I>ajlevs Higluv.t j u-gular meeting. A total of 37 for it is a life of lo\'e. A teacher j Kin .Tamps- version- as- T IInrll'rI n- I

Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. I Uev Troy Wakefield. pastor of | Ke\ Malcolm (ialbraith I'astor I were present. Refieshmentseie if a good one. loves e'prybody.rood j r stand; was translated from theGreek
I| the Lawtey Chuivh. and a former ,!1 Sunday School 10 a. m. classes served by Mrs F.. L. Lester. H l"
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at student of his. in conducting$ i! for all' ages Morning Worship, 11 I 1.Home Demonstration (hub us to what I haw !bcenI;j speare Anyone who has tried to |I II
I '
workshops in church music in ,I a. m Training Union 6:30: p. m I The Brooker Home Demonstia- doing in my long silence I have I ead his plays without notes can ,

11am. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. various Florida towns.. These Evening Service, 7:30 p m Prayer tion Club met Wednesday at the been very busy and happy. First 'understand why the beautiful |I

workshops are a part of Rev II I ::'ot"etingevery Wednesday I, Civic Center with Miss Doiothy helping\ bury the dead, which isI language of the Bible we often (

Wakefield's duties as a memberof 7.30: p. m. I do not understand much
| Ross. HOC agent. Mrs T. W. often sad. We. in November pray as i t

the faculty of the General A friendly chuich with AJ I I Markey: guided the club members : buried five high school boys atOne I as we try So e.t'rda. .\' I feelI I COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC

"FA rOIUTE MELODY QUARTET : Extension Division of the University ; Christ-centered message in making scuffs during the after- time in a mass funeral held :, am ro'ingin grace and getting .

I of Florida. ,I noon. Those present were Mrs.T !m the school auditorium. They1weie :I i ready to go home. I haw j WGQRRIAASUPERROBOT\

Will Sing In Morning Service 11 A.M. I It was a privilege for a small!I \\OODJA\VX MISSION flY 'IC.I'TIST M. Rogers. Mrs. T. \\'. Markej, ages 14 to 17 They were i helped' bur so many people since

I rural church to have the opport CIirKCII Mrs: Mattie Soells and :Mis: in an auto wieck in which ten ] I have been out here People I --

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH | of listening to a program'' 10 am Sunday Scnool 11 a.m Effie Hodge people weie killed and four weie I knew and learned to respect and Call 239

of hymns rendered by such an 'preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:13: prayer |I Sidney Ha/en Has Birthday burned beyond recognition The I admire.. I hope to see them again:;

Hampton Florida !outstanding musicianMethodist service, 7 o'clock song senices. ; Sidney Hazen was seven years six high school boys were badly some iaant''! they. I hope will HOME For

30 evening senices. be waiting to welcome along DEMONSTRATION:
old me.
Monday, so his mother, Mrs. I ,
I ; Mrs. 1... L Hardee of JaCksonville.. !I
I i with loved ,
: Aubrey Hazen, invited several mv parents and mv
Sunday School 10 A.M. Church SKENTII U.UnXTlsT .XV I I his friends over and they had Guests of the Bighams this week school children who have Jt'Onf'1 58995And
I i .\ ChURCh are Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Guest before
Training Union 6:30 P.M.: j Hnbeit I). Sommer. minister Services each Sabbath in the I fine time playing During the and( daujhter: of Paducah. Ky. i Up
Carleton Stevens associate minister I afternoon the guests were served I stop to think what! are thereal ,
OH Masonic Hall on E. Call St. ; and Hope :Mills of Mayfield.
Evening: Serice 7:30 P.M. I i ;I ice cream and cake. Ky. I' values in life? It cannot i i Chas. C. Sheohprd
Sabbath School :2pm! Preaching Mr. and Mrs G. W. Davis and
Friday, 7.30: a. m. --- The last :i iweekday week R. L. Mathews Mis Lou Tomlinson is taking be wordly goods, or pleasures TV Radio Seat
"Hour of Power" Wed. 8 P MI'aMor every by pastor I family are visiting :Mr.: and Mrs Covers
the short It
course in landscaping! i is the lo\e we have for '
morning worship period Bible Study each Thursday | R Waters in Dundee this week people hr1cp. t'I.,..
Marvin Faile will preach during the New Life Meetings'I 7:30 p m A friendly welcome i'II io |I at the Wednesday. I IMr. James Vickers of Jacksonville i' tn.. giii.,i kir>! thm rwe do
: and Mrs. h. _' ..1! '. ,
Green !
Roy were > d" t I"t "iii! i uintry
Help us reach attendance .
Special Music in Both Services! ,
Mr P.
visiting and Mrs John :
tor this 30-mmute service. Stop KI.MisLKV LAKE Freeman BUI! Terry Wednesday .h \ : d Ki j i -i< tk jot mil .
and sons in Gainesville and 'v'nlOg'Cuh'er J/1 I : ( ,.i' Ii' ,. =
!im your way to work or school. :mSSIOX.RH.l'TI.'f; I and Baibara Ann Landof 110111
j- :. ...iAI. _.' __'-_ -': :_. _-- "i- TO.--- .'.-t 7 :HO p. m Attendance leaders Sunday School I 9'4a am Morn.ing |I i Mountie Mr and :Mrs.Oak Halley section Shaw in.the Gainesville were visiting! :Mu.

t!Y to fill every seat. gallery and,. Worship 11 a.m. Ever lag Sunday.Mr. Terrys: Sunday.Rev. -

I main floor Help make this one :Semce" 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetmr'each II an.111'1;. It. K Dukes of : W 5} PHNS'DOiIT
and :Mrs:
Lake Butler and Mrs. :Mack: Ressie C.tyl..n! ,
U 7:30
the greatest New Wednesday
pm ==
--- 100"I Lewis of Jacksonville his sister :Mrs LuU ,
i -
I were visit- ----- -
| meetings in attendance and in- one welcome.- t'v. H. H.tott., J
i 1 ing :Mrs: Armanda Lewis and Thomas. in Jacksonville Sunday ;

1 122 X. St t flair St. Starke" Florida terest Ice cream for the young I pastor. : family Sunday. II Mrs. Thomas has been quite Ill. .
and children after this
I], service.saturday people KKC.KKKX: : ; : i'i :Mr.: and :Mrs. Guy Parnsh and' Mrs. A. H. Hall and Pc gvVigerectus M, ( AGREE WITH I I wr- -1

BVITIST '!i family were visiting Mrs Ethel of Jacksonville were i THE SCIENTISTS WHO I
Feb. 6 Until ? ? : cnrucii
Xo set vices visiting Mrs. Theo "
Parrish in Palatka Dy.il Tuesday. CLAIM THAT S 1
Sunday.Mis. I MARRIED
Sunday Church School. 9.45: Sunday School 10 a. n: Pi'eat h- :

EVERY NIGHT 7JO: P. M. !i i m The nursery will be open ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6-30: C. L. Atkinson and Pat wore Wednesday:Mrs guests of Mis Dy.il: I MEN LIVE! LONGER: --- !)
\ : i 't and Tony Castlen spent the d3.ywith Roy McDavid of f;
for all services Sunday and also ; !p m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer Gainesville. I IidUST SEEMS LONGER :
( Mr.
and :Mrs. Reed Lewisin ,
j 7
fur the Friday evening service. Wednesday 30 p. m. -
''Rev. J. F; Starke Monday.The Arthur Kelly of Penstia: > '
JAMES NEWMAN : 11 a.m.. New Life meeting. Dr. Lingerfelt. pastor. 1v
: spent the '
Home :Mission: Week weekend with his
S 1 Allen :Moore, preacher. 7 p.m.. j 1',11-
Prayer pu>gram will be Of// cuts: Mr and Mrs. C. S. Kellv
I != "niors and Intermediates MYFj r\mi itxnisT rnrirn "
; EVANGELIST March 5 to 9. The meetings Miss Melissa Anne ,
i : Dr Moore leading Also Senior I.\\\'Tt\ FU3unda \. Can 0: about
j!I Prirnarv Junior children >. School 10 a. m Preach begin at 8 p.m. each night at the j, Swan Lake spent last Knda\ question
and ( i '
"IrsI I Brooker Baptist Church. \ I with Mr. and Mrs R. F.
WJurge Gano
11 a m. & 7:30 Midweek ,
ing m
Moore leading 7 30 Victory ; On
i : p. m., weekend'
REV{ L. WILLIAMS I Service Dr Moore preaching sen-ice Wednesday 7.3.0::: p. In you to attend these meet- : Mr. and :Mrs.: R. H. I.. rt't'nIf trips both the
: brlonxinxs
1 This will be the last meeting of .\. E :Massey. pastor. ings. I i Jacksonville spent t the: weekend'' we take along or
PASTOR ., hiinl with Mr. leave behind
.t 1'i.ijPlease and Mrs. R. H. vulnerable to
Green '
i Iht'W Life ries. Let < pack j
remember the 7th and Mr and Mrs theft or damage We
I the .hurch Houston Christian ( birth : H '\ Andersonof are

)H elcomc To People of All Churche Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. 8th grade play "Patty Patch's I Jacksonville are soend.ntr. --... .-A. .'..1 nix more apt to injure .some

rENTFAiT.L HOLINESS! Preaching 11 a. m. Evening. 'i j Rummage Sale" at the school'I lew days with the Green this 03. -_ .. .r.. __ ._ ", one. Would your nest Home-

(rhiistian Endeavor 7 m. Preaching .. auditorium Friday night. week. '
p. \ .
- u PIU'RCIIScriooi don't I ij\\ners Policy
.. : c: :: ...;; '.' -, '--'_ _- .6, _. ._oIi'M:_ ';, _.-, i 7-30: ') p m. Wednesday Mrs. Guy Harrell and Mrs Hj Mrs: Victor Jones, Mrs. mean to butt in, butif cover our personal -
P.iblaj .
lIntav 10 a m. Kuhaid )nIi'rmlooking for belongings at home
--:;-- -=- ;::, 'TflSriCe 11 a.m. :"studj Hour 7::30 p m. Willard:: ,. .j: 11. Mott were on duty at the Kaulerson. and Mrs. Rufus Grt-en C'wlJ.tliingfine !lavay or
1- -- -- -= F.'I'nine5pr'j'e 7:30: p.m. .T ones. PastorLawtey school Wednesday They helpedi I were visiting Mrs Lem P'ho.t"n in the gas and( oil line !*. ; : and provide Personal

Prayer: ft'etlng'9'E.'dne9da* the children to make in i Raiford Sunday.Mr. !sure to come "see' us. I' Liability Insurance for the

7-4:' nigMHI Lions i Washington hatchets and cher- and Mrs. Clyde Green J>' !ntire family?
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH light p m. Saturday Club I i' i iii f
ries. pent the weekend with :Mi ami

( IHH OF ( MUST! Will Be Host Rev C. F. Padgett attended the :Mrs E. D. Witt in Alachu

:200! Walnut Street. North Corner Jefferson Street C. Oxerturf Jr., :Minister To District GovernorFied Worshipful Master meeting of I, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson T'nif' ii Charley E. Johns

Sunday -- Bible. Study 10 a. m. : tile StIr district at the Masonic I j and son of the State FallU "' ,. .
I | Lodge in Lake Butler :Monday: i supper
: 11 Eve .1 : guests of Mr. and MrI )
I Morning Worship a m 'oonoDistrict Governor -
| 7:30 j r.ight. I| 1M.: Lewis last Friday nigir! & Son
mng Worship p. m 3.-I Lions International AgencyPhone
: I Odell Craig and Virgie Rut- Mrs. Martha
R015KRT: I n. S() nIEH. Minister Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: i Polk and son
will! pay his official visit to the I h ledge of :-ewberr spent the day i I>ale and Aubrey Dean of Tren.

CARLETON STE\l': Aviate Minister !I r Radio m program.: "Old Paths" now Lwtey Lions Club on Tues- I I with Mrs. Mattie SowelL Mrs.j!i ton spent the day with Mr and ( 13 Starke Fla.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.

I leach, Sunday 9am Station d.tIarrh:: 1. in the Lawtey |! Sowell accompanied them home:I I Mrs A. I. Mann and fannlv .Sunday. ,

'WDVH. School cafeteria. 1 to stay for a few .days. I Ii |I .

i I i Wayne and Jaunita Stalnakeriattended ,i Mr. and Mrs. John A
SUNDAY WORSHIP 11 A.M: The purpose of his visit will te'to theI I Shaw uf BONDED REPRESENTATIVE :
weiner roast at
t'liriicii 01JE'.IS: CHRIST advise and assist President a were visiting the A. I. I

Ireat Gospel Theme I.ATTKU U\V SAINTS: Dave L. Shuford. Secretary L. H Rev. Hall residence at Pine Level !' Manna Sunday afternoon.f' of the
i i
Special Music Uy The Chancel Choir !t Sen es each Sunday in old Futch and the officers directors. Friday night. Sorry to hear that ::Marvin Singer Sewing Machine
hear :Mrs: Wood- Companyis
Sorry to that Mann has teen '
; :Masonic Hill I on E. Call St. Sun and members ill for the past'

Nursery For Young:: Children :I .lay I School ]" a m Sacrament 1! t of administration of the club on maters low Thomas is ill this week. j jMr. week. i' in the

I II Ir and the 1, :: and Mrs. Bill Dampier of Mr.
and Mrs.
Sen-ice 6:30 Milton Mott
p m Everyone wel and'son :
Lions'program of STARKE
r i come i: s service humanitarian' Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. '!j of West I'alm Beach are i' AREA

j Clarence Thomas, and Mr. and spending several days with P..ev.I' EAChMONDAY I

I 7:30: ( I'M I'ENINI'ORStIIP: I ; lion \Ol-LI. lOVE: the new' }:-.ter- Morrow is one of 2S3 District Mrs Benny Thomas Jr. of and Mrs. H. II. Mott and family. I I

, hnn.k |mrse-si/e(' fountain (p -ns in Onvernors t.. who supervise the ac- Gainesville: were visiting the. Airman Kenneth :Mott of Pensa- and FRIDAYfor i

I Altar Period Silent Prayer For All Before The Cross l P a,t.-l shades.- Only s- ..),i at ltri'I- vines of ll.. 00' Lions Clubs Benny Thomas family Sunday. cola was visiting the Motts last .

Special Music 15y The Youth Choir furd i"onntTelecraph.. t I.ions International was founded I Joan Thomas of Jacksonville weekend. I

'" 1917 in Dallas, Texas and since I> spent the weekend wi:.: Mr. and Mr. SALES SERVICE REPAIRS f
and Mrs. J. C.
Sermons On The Christian Outlook 'us beo me the largest most ac- | Mrs. Troy Thomas. of
I Largo spent the weekend wi$ mail I
\ (. and fastest growing sen'icel I Mrs. Dave Green spent the Keand: coupon belowMAriH.NK I
Mrs. C. F. - -
Padgett. -
ih organization in the world. 1 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Loss To Community Sl.\iI1t :-OE\\I (; ('0. - -

CHURCH: SCHOOL HOUR 9:13 I; AM. Tb> tawtey Lions Club is an Williams in Jacksonville. We all Wire 103No.. Marion :Street I
saddened I
REMEMBER '!tv.. unit in the International I It Ralph Sears of Jamestown. N. deeply
| ll1l.j.ce by the death of our dry. lloridaienllemrn
Classes For All Ages : ,':'ition.Ihich is dedicated to Y was the Sunday guest of Mr. I!' bl'...vtd Lubedia Pmholste She ( :
i and Mr. Howard Wait and I
irmunity betterment; to na- j was one of the finest Christian I am !in need of the following:
I family. I
t! and economic social and I people our community has ever __Vnire I
h. ---- on
j ji -
my .reix-nt
I| Carol Cox of Gainesville spent: known Swing I Ia-hine I

Are you looking for a Church Home? ,t"1.ral progress; and to the pro-, the weekend with Jeacme, Joan- ::' 1 Lr. oker-Baptist a member Church of and the a' --------____Sen ice on my preofC"nt'a! <'Dum Cleaner !

In international under'hng ale and Susie Wait. ------ --- Information
-- Sew
unda -- on Sewing I IX.IF.
School ; 31.\4'ltine
Join with us. Help us build our larger > teacher for many'

Weekend guests of Mr. and I jtars. fie was also a very ac- : -___-__________ _______ ______ _
Church Family --- \Welcome You. -::ii s in I i iho Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. were hve member of the WMS and ________

',\'! '- !i Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Guest and I served as pianist. for the church ADDRESS:: _______________________________
__ _
: ...
no "' w: ;inUil 1\1 family. Mr. and Mrs. M J. some years ago. We will miss -

-- r :-.H ,'" ." ". r '.' re, --,:.! GUS'.:. :Mr: and :Mrs: Tr. ;- .::._- I. a:.i: s\, ", .'. .d' .!.* '::- (1TY------- h -----______ __ PhONE_____

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.. .. .. TELEGRAPH.
-' -" -- H>I1)\Y. FERK1: 'AKY :!t 1956

Stump Arrived Equipment Lack Anhydrous Ammonia Demonstration : Subdivision Future Farmers I! These activities include such

i things as providing food for needy-.- RemodelingGains

45 YearsAgo I P4.f1't" Observe National families< and furnishing a purebred -
r4.j4 '
Called Hazard bull for farmers: to use fiee

,I'',11'!1 : Hi il 1 tl'illi Page 11' ; .:)r. 1. Reflects Starke Week it charge to imprfthe breedingut Momentum
Feb. 78-25
tinlady snorted. !i iH. their herds
Hun.i! n,
/ I. .Hi httdone just us well!!: By Fire Chiefi The members -.L i the Br.t-ltord"

.,'1' pi-it- in Florida!' : City Growth Future Farmers of America | Chapter :mute :the ;people' ot RI 1.1,1. ltui'h': : ; .., .. .
i i1. i America throughout the ; ford County to hej! :hem celebiate
I flat
.\ Hut summer ion 4 'uu'i.t-.t! \\ ::h.n ;;.t'' .1.-.1.gr.up :

Mi.-\ Mump. who has been her j is badly in need of a newlire ( are scheduling special activities'''i National! KK \ Week Feb is-25.!: : ot four stoics b".I': -. U.offue .

j ii ,is> .tini! .s valued partner m thai j true k and new housing for its .u-ek.instruction 15 was started last tc focus public attention on the j of The TelegrajTi! ai. i IOuidon

,- uIt- down through the years. fiiemen. aroordmg to Chief D.V : on more new homes in work of their organization during Express "Thanks" Grill on West CT.:, ;Stu -

iMuiie, memories of the old Carpenter.The li.S.uatoga Heights subdivision National KFA Week, Feb. 18-25.:! |i' in Starke is was tits 1 b ,.. :. -

\Ve stayed I File Chief outlined theneed.s At-.st of Starke on Highway 100, Governor LeRoy Collins has week .
s.iikMOILS. ? also. I To Blood by owner Lex GntOlen -:
.i' 'uding to subdivider '' DonorsThe
short while after our I of his department before the A. J. proclaimed this period as Future
"I-i .1 with ,
: ; ri! nias of the Starke he.i.i'i.' t-: :>
i .1 I is.iye": : she recalls. Miss I I City Council Tuesday night, stating .. pany. Realty com Farmers of America Week in I?"-.i SiTni:! : Phi! .s..r
:Situ.- inked on an old wood I,I ;:: that Starke is "about $35.000 .. 1 Thomas stated that Florida. and Mi.ss, iioin'.liy Aliai.z: i h.ir- diP> most of the renov.itt-.i t t. .

-' ... ,- the custom wonderful in those, bt hind" in physical equipment. j __ .- ----- "...-_ -- 'f units should be completed the within new made Membership of farm 11tht'boys FKA who are is.I .i..n, : ..: I t.u- I 11..1.1.; : [ : CPUl'an( of stores. Green said. II : ..

.';i\.s Her meals were He warned that nearly any fire up ( <'! O'mniittfi. .ue sraieail tot plans as yet for the one : : A

l ;> uiii room was right over the could become a disaster unless KKESTIMJ: ; : liKMO.VsTKATIO.V: of application of anhydrous approximately Uhey! will bring 60 the days and that students of vocational agriculture ] Ii. ..-.' -Aho donated! I blood! 1 when "h.. units that will remain ar.-r: : :

H .:C' !ih n and that first summer" new hose and a new truck are purchased ammonia' given lu.it Friday% afternoon on the farm of Z. \V. Hamilton houses built in the total new in high St hool. The organization's I I Bluodmo lIe! unit was: brought t.. establishment of tpie Olci. ,: .,

,- i- t the hottest I've ever spent! I|I and also asked that ade- near ISrookrr.) This matt-rial contain* 82J per cent available January of subdivisionsince activities are designed primarily :I Starke from Jui ksonville on TuesI The exterior of the but; :;.: -

Asule from his career as a I.j I I quate arrangements be made, pre-,t nitrogen \\ lieu applied l'n'I"'rlI"'t'ial: applicuton must be used to The first construction 1955 to 57 units. tu help develop rural leadership I .Ia\, '. Feb. 14Considering not to be changed to .4:1. ? -
a and good and to stim-
su.essful merchant Mr. Stumpn's |I trably by the erection of a new apply it under pressure. It is forced into the soil in the form of of 27 homes, was for group citizenship. .' the fact that a extent ..' cording tn lll''l A.I

: huMs the distinction of bt'i:j i building for the housing of thecity's and remains there to feed! the gas in ready occupancy ulate the boys to better achievement one-third rejection of donors forone stated that general! ,'''::1'! .
for 181 plants ocr a longer: period of time. Januaryand Februaryof in their study and work toward -
in Starke I j i fire fighters. : reason anoher.: i. Charles '
or is expt-rte liair.s has dexot-:
.; postmaster 1 he 19&;;. : -
:rii The
demonstrationas first
unbroken jhen in a field of X-\ear-old IVnsacoIa Baliiagrastt. part of the successful I establishment in
i \cais the longest I I He pointed out that the new second the sorority was gratified to of !lui'_ cflor' tn iiI'.t1fli.mn.i :SM- ti,
Hamilton i; group, 13; homes, was '
t-i.ii si-rved by anyone since the't'e :, power plant now under construction recently applied this material to oats. Others applyIng -' this month."There's farming.The have been able tn bank 22 ;pin--! rt'ltrb.hn: :, : ;: the inter

was lust established here I I and a number of other mdjorprojt'cts ; the treatment to pastures recently are J. V. EdwardJr.., also Bradford FFA Chapter hasto of Wood. This will be used to

i"i \ ltd; ? He was appointed post- | have been undertaken to near Hrmiker) and Freeman Register!: and J. li, White, Whose plires of age a pretty good sprinkling "- members. Officers are: PresiI I:i I aid cancer patients in nee.f\ RegistrationReminder
[ groups moving in
ma.iier on July 6, 1931 and serv- ,| keep up with Starke's growth, but annear l'itarltInformation on methods of application cost.s, etc.may J Thomas said, "thou the dent. Roman Alvarez: Vice Presi- j; transfusions, and also for emei-

...t\ until Nov. 1. 1952 when he that nothing is being done to bring be obtained from one of these men. or from County Agent; G. T.lIuggln. have been !!} families.majority "- d"nt. Billy Gaskins: ; Secretary, !! gencies arising when someone

passed; letirement age. I|IIi the fire department up to date. ... 1 lie revealed younger Paul Starling; treasurer Glen j needs a pint of blood in a hurry.

j .' and Mrs. Slump turned the i iIIp'ration The Council and City Clerk Carl .; ot 27 houses that in the first group Crawford; Reporter. Rudolph[ Gratitude is also expressed tc. Supervisor of Registration :Mrian

of the store over to Johns expressed concern over the were the 58,300 to Sapp- : Sentinel Bobby Sapp.. Vo- !\ the Starke Lions Club for permitting L. Crosby says that many j p'-" .

tlietr! daughters, Evelyn and Lillian situation and explained that cur- Starke Police Andrews PaysQualifying i U,400, $10.000 class the second in the rational Agriculture instructorsP the use of the IJons Den pie have moved from one pro.-in. ttc
to ?ll,100
and the
several years ago in thehope I, rent projects must be completed 1 15 new units will range Cutchins and J. G. Wood serveas i for this project The Lions also another but have not offmailmoved : >

of "taking it easy" for a before funds for the fire department Fee ,I from $9,600 to ? 10650.vary in price advisors to the chapter. J I turned out almost lOt per cent their registration and

while "But Evelyn got married" j] are available.It Ask Summer PantsA New laws have made veterans'financing The national Future Farmers to donate their blood and. with- should do so prior to April 7 the
and I had to go back to work jhi j was promised that the needs Guy Andrews local realtor and I regulations more rigid. organization has more than 383- : out their help this project could last day changes can be made

said. i I ot the department will be considered candidate for Congress from the I he cautioned, explaining that vets 000 members in the 48 states I not have succeeded nearly so Too that date is the last for t.tk-

Is that bad ? Well anyhowas as soon as there is money to lequest by Police Chief W. ', Sth Congressional District paid : will be required to pay closing Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Membership well it was said.Appieciation tag new registrations.The .

you watch Fred Stump standing / purchase new equipment. :' E Thornton that new trousers be : his qualifying fee of $1,125 to i costs plus 2 per cent for the new ; in Flordia totals 8500. was also express-, Supervisor also advises th..:

at the cash register in the I Itn. purchased for Starke policemenwas j Secretary of State R. A. Gray in units, bringing minimum down Future Farmers choose the week pfj to Doctors Adams. Felos. any changes in political affiliation

.. h started 45 years! ago, i! j, of George Washington's Harry, and Ritch for giving their
"- ? temporarily tabled by thc Tallahassee Tuesday. payments to $575 to $605. birthday must be made by April 7; Th.
t feeling that there's I Ino Ask Council each year for the observance of time and support while the Rlood- .
the City I
()taet City Nursery evening. a statement critical of the Thomas stated that all but two May primaries are only for I Demo

planon earth he'd rather he. Thornton asked that two pairof Congressional pay raise! passed of the 42 units already completed National FFA Week. Although ', mobile was m StarkeYOVIX crats, and Republicans if thc\ ha\

light blue summer pants b* | at the last session of Congress. I I have been sold to new citizens of generally recognized as a Revolutionary 1.0thl': new Esterbrook 1 a candidate and persons registe;

Matthews MakesReelection To Serve Starke furnished each policeman! before I I Andrews said that the $1.125: I Starke, and that the new homescan War general and our first purse-size fountain pens Inpa..t..I ed as independents or with no ;Jt11.

the advent hot weather af President.! Washington's: love was tical affiliation will h., .
Bid of a j I qualifying fee based on five percent ,, be sold on either 23-year: or '' shades. Only S'iJW at Bradford at all .ut

mst of approximately $10 per ; of a Representative's annual j 30-year contracts. making the the farm he called Mount Vernon. County Telejrraph. able U vote in the pnmanes:

A municipal nursery was j! salary is exhorbitant. There he was one of the firstin
(Continued from Page li suggested pairThe I 'i area attractive to young people.
I': to the City Council for 1 uniform change will be held I 'If Congressmen raise theil IJrevard Contractors, Incorporated the nation to practice contour

ailed rivil rights legislation Starke by Councilwoman Ruby under consideration until comp.irative salaries planting. crop rotation. fertilization -
I any higher, they will1j ,' of Jacksonville are builders RUTLEDGE'S
laws aie an invasion Johns Tuesday night. prices are obtained j I make I I and other soil conservationand ;
-mnsuch j Congress a closed club for j for all of the houses. LIVE BAIT I
I One Mi.1 South of Keystone
U. States Rights. I Mrs. Johns cited current low ; i man of moderate means can improvement methods. It was I

"Neaily ?50 million of new industry prices and occasional offers of Johns QualifiesFor hardly afford to pay the qualify- RURAL COMMONSense more than a century after Washington's Heights on Route 100

has tome to our districtin I free plants and shrubbery in urging -,' i ing fee to run." lie has critized ,, death before general use

Much of immediate action on the State Senator was made of many of the sound
the last three years. j' proj- ; incumbent Rill1atthpws- for

this industrial development is cct. ;i Issues voting the pay increase t over :] agriculture practices that he ad-
StatementStat. <> I
based on the pine .trre and, as a She said that plants. shrubs. and i, $?00no' while at the same time ]! AK.MKH: :NO\V" rflKTHV: vocated. Sell It Rent It Trade

member now of the Committee on trees could be obtained when good Senator Charley E. Johns voting apninst an increase for the : MlC'il SMAI.I.KK: Ml \IF: The Future Farmers, enrolled in
Agriculture! I am in a position to j: buys or free gifts are available qualified as a candidate for re- j laboring i man. OF roNsoiKK Ul.II vocational agriculture classes,

render special service. I havft and planted in the proposed city 1 election with Secretary of !State I The Starke: candidate has already -, I IIt.s learn the latest farming practicesand \WITH A CLASSIFIED
I I I sal !; true fui tlia TELEGRAPH
fought: for farm programs fair to nursery until definite places were R. A. Gray Tuesday and issued : i ij campaigned extensively American a lIt ; ,' techniques, work on their own

the farmer and consuming pub- found for them in the city. i the following: statement to thepeople i i 'throughout the district and stated fanner progressively is' farms, combining classroom instruction

lir. and have voted for 90 percent I The need for landscaping and 1 of Union and Bradford 1 hit his aggressive program for I I; dollar.getting less, of the American:: fooo in farming with actual Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
[ If such
I a keep- on-the-farm I
parity on the basic crops. decorative Counties: 1 th F.iijhth District is meeting i experiences.The
planting along: highways I up. only those farmer. practicing \ 10 WORDS OR I.E.' S. ONE INSERTION Wk
Nearly $50 million have been realized -: and around public buildingswas "I am a candidate for your with favorable response in all Florida group was organized -

by flue-cured tobacco growers 'I brought out, and Mayor. T. State Senate from these two 1.1 counties ''the survive.In most. tfficient; furming Will in 1929 with approximately 650 EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cIHM'OI

in our district during the Jackson pointed out that the city | counties that I love equally. and i i' members. There are now m >T OF 1:% PKH C'K'NT O> TWO OR MOHK 1'\i'iF.RTIO\

last three at no cost to the I that 1945, the fjrni'-r:: got 53 cenu' chapters in the state. \nillTIO\\l.: Fflll BI.IMJ Anti OH Am !HOT PUI) I\ \nVA>CBCAUPE.XTER
years owns some excellent land near the can truly say you peopla Yawn Named PanelistIn t
; fooi !
of dollar
; now, he .'
get The Bradford is
laxpa.\t-rs. As a member of the are people, your ways of life Chapter operated -, WORK
my Remodel
that is i -
sewage disposal plant not I but 1 cents 'I 11: rest nf the ood FOR SALE Few tons each of
J Judges' Conference by member officers who are J JI me. Cement Blocks. Roofing andIildiD
Subcommittee Small
on Farms. and and
at present serving any useful are my ways your hopes i Bean or .
purpose :; dollar: is eoi-j it PlY marketing Soy Hay Argentinei: Cement work. Chas. A
elected! each to outspecific
I will continue do all within I year carry i
to I suggesting it as a nursery ideals I share. ;1 j Bradford cost. Bahia Hay $30 ton at barn. rr..ll.n Teleeraph.RritRKIt tfclii
to help solve the problem 1 \Ve face difficult County Judge T. A. duties. Special committees -
my power i site. together
Yawn is in Jacksonville this weekatte'uding \ What is a marketing cost? It's the J. R. Wainwright, Phone 102. STAMPS made to ''Irdllr.
during yearto
are .
of the small daters.
farmer. which Southern Dumht'Tt'r. Dular ,
problems, in our eah"
[I Mrs. Johns agreed to bring; the 1 I the mid-winter JointConference ( callei the matkctin- marginand! perform certain jobs. ; Starke. 2tp fat-simile stamps Hradford i'. "I nave fought for a balancedbudget way of life must be preserved.I I
matter before the Starke Garden : it's .I'e defence: i between what i ir' tfnULLDOZING
. by working for competitive I smaller! counties are threatened I[ of County Judges and I' : I j 'the chapter owns a 270-acre om TI\TH \ \ \1\ iItitirv
Club as a possible beautification ''Jmenile Judges of the State of you r.av at 112 More and what the farm. five miles north of Starke. ., twos Inl"III: tu
bids: on military contracts by powerful interests which All Make* All MoilrNIlratvnnhlr : FILL
and thanked farm-'r --
project the Councilfor !
j ,
Florida. got :n money for grow
; just j off 1. S. 301. The farm is chnrtri eimraatrrdtilts' :
and voting against huge. impractical defeated in the Ins I
by j !
we : j
its cooperation.pital Before: he left for the Confer- ing!" and de'jve''n';* that: food. operated to provide practical .C.. T.U t:I'I( tH" DIRT. LAM) CLEARING
Federal have 1 '. "h ni
projects. I !lps'ionf our legislature and i t'Ccl\Gm..s. rca Oil ( st r.f |
I pn('('. whit h held sessions yestert T-I-J ,-ay this margin farm experience for members and
voted for to help the these selfish interests will continue Oyster Shell Teat Humus
< ,
I S i 16 "OD'rell'
;has 1Orrfc! a total of f 3 'Fon R.\T.t--'t'w x x -
Keb. .
d.iy. 23. meets and t make for the chapter.The
small; businessman! who is teing: I their efforts against us. Mv today ( money ( bli>ck. IV.! ('l'm..nt50
is now on an active basis.IOOthO will conclude with a series of j''cent since 1945 but in the same chapter helps to develop p.bag.. Mortar: Mix U.30 p..r Bldg. l'a\ing Drivew ys
forced out of business. experience and my many friends Iir..df.rd KiiKiueenng Cn
$ of Federal funds have meetings tomorrow Yawn period, farm value of food Increased \leadership and cooperation by encouraging I'atr. .
Judge j Starke' tf
with to the i nh-.n
1 point pride : throughout the state can help us! LEWIS
I I1.400.000 gone to eight of our counties to stated that he had been invitedt ( on 13 per cent members to participate ,
$ () modernization of the i, in this fight. I : sloe RE\VAK! for information W. Madison St. Starke
M'.rketir c-wts
build needed hospitals. During 1 by the committee sit are tnc'cul- j in such FFA contest as public
Lake Veterans and dt' liI program to I l.-a.hnK to The one that out fence ,
City Hospital j : best efforts will be
"My .
$6GO.OOoJ|I the last three years millions of on a panel discussing Criminal J [I.r; it .- 'niat h-ive Sume'.hmp speaking parliamentary procedure i on my propery! to !:,..wdl.akE'\ j iJ i Phi S36-W
the recent of heartfelt I .
cated to
earmarking: showing I tfchg
my Mauri. Kdw'ar.i-
;I i on vhich it Wane he ; ;
] dollars in Federal funds have i Procedure and Jury Trials during softball. and tractor driving.Each j
for future improvements. When I I I appreciation of the confidence and 1"'k' ; I.% PAID OX SAVr.VO: ; i -- KEYSTONE .
I I j i we .rr..Z in inarkeling
enterprises -
come to the 8h: District for the j the meetings yesterday. | year the chapter carri'sout : $TATE '
went to Congress the Veterans 1 trust which you always so freely ; For Sale P.ANK KETSTO.NK -
improvement of Fernandina HarI :, The conference is a semi-annual get more money; now as many community service activities lH-i< ;HTS. Fl.... MEM-
Administration had declared sur- I i I gave me. and I will deeply ap- 1 j ''j(I ads thai ir. 1915 Mir I too m Honor, halfc. with irealal MKH )0'01"BILL'
been bor the \Velaka Fish Hatchery J event designed to foster under- Freight ra'.cs.| for the purpose of helping j unllK. '"arIl811, furnUhed.rrf ,' -
that had
plus the land j''Tlrpdatp'our vote and support i 'II -a
I Federal armories. Soil Const'rva-I' j ji standing and stimulate thought I ]aup in sum..> ?asfs! .*n 1 packaging the community and building goodcitizenship \ r..aMtt.ahl prlred. A.k
bought for the VA's neuro-psyvhi- i in our Democratic Primary on j I mat: <"-als containers fuel about ,..rm... SOTO
I tion. school lunch the members [
at Gainesville. I programs highways i on !specific judicial problems.. i j' ] among
atnc haspital : 8th. next.
I and other projects. I pro- May Yawn said that the next such equipment, ('11t.- and o .hr cost i ii STROUT REALTY SIGN SHOPOne
was able to get this action reversed Sincerely. ] i are t from a ialf to twolhiHsi
continued !=: up John! Hansen ItepresentativeI'
hos- mipe cooperation to our : State-wide meeting will bf held [ ?
Gainesville E Johns
and the
I i Taxes too Mile
are South
people to help promote their communities this summer. ? ; -== O. lint "KCStarke.
Amri-ns spent about 21 Fla.IMIOM On
,, in possible. P'I Keystone Highway
every way
": :. I Watch
.i "i'.v, .
r. -
Store cent of JILT irc--mes in If''K (kl : WAI.DO iiovzssiFarm
"Congiess is faced with many I II \\Aopliancc \Powerhouse Budget i 1 Phone 178-L
important matters of legislation :|; i fod hut: r-o-ild hi-fl gotten by t -i This ,

TYPEWRITER I I and I feel: that it is my duty to j Near Completion '. 1 1v Raised By Council i about 17 per cent if they had been All Types Signs

:, try to stay Washington as'' willing: to eat on the 1H19 ir\v. Space "

and Large Ranch K"K :SAI.K' : l i.t: "Tun, ,, .
An additional > to cat in restauran'-; TI" j. i-
expenditure ofi.7to
much as possible during the n 'xt Each in.-- "'II.- *!1. ... ,
Const I met! ion is "MUMrumple; ; Timber Loans in .d :i' y
BARGAINS si-vfial months. I will wage ant brandnew1'building !i $ ; ; was approved for Starke's1, i 'much. len,' .n.liti..n, $ ::0" S'i 1 fIStu .,
I lull I this, wn'k on a } ,I'.il.l' ,
: This Week IOINTEREST' lii'I'| 4
; t live campaign within the limits new p"\\{'I hou. by the City' imposes new produi-tmi ;
un'o'"l :Madison near
af! t:nil' however and earnest'j: Starke destined to become Council at its meeting Tuesdaynight. I 'levels on the farmer-who hO <' ij For JERRY O. GAY I.V'-O.MK: TAX .Pirr.\iii': : ': : i hr, .
Court in llan-<-n I' ( I-K
l.rT ir-
,11. the active :. j jlThe poorer price structures and has: a I
It support of our' the home of Gays Home II .- IXSl'rCA.NCK SKKVICEI'lK.ne I I Fla. Phi.n'ViJo.! F.i Ifj .
extra j lot less labor available to hand.:.. j h-231.: .
I pi'i'pif in the May 8 primary. ] money to be arMed I i iI I after :March Iv 1227 E. Call
Lief01 to Matthews i Appliances (to the original construction con- I his farm jobs. Thus, more m..I'I 371-1 I ; : .
\ =
I going Congress. 1 \ f. Thigpen of Stark i* USED CAR IM'IA; K 'i.M'w:: V
Used Royal served four years in World'' !j tract will cover the cost of linking I chanization on farms and more ISI.OOMI.Nfi: A7.AI.KAS;
the new
I War II. He resigned ha position i j |general contractor for |, the new powerhouse with thecity's efficient production. It has to be I i\i-i.iii\cri: : }: .I. sI.KSM.Full': ; .. I'latlt" Iflr to $.". HO
1 | ,
store which will have glass .1! I IM-I t t''i.' :repre-entatiie InI"f (:reatl\' Reduced l'ril't'S"n'
I :as Diuvlor: of Alumni Affairs for \ ( old light plant through a i that way; farmers now are only 1 : !!. til '",1111' V I'.ir r,"|tnrij -
\ the University of Florida to make''his front. j'i (common switchboard. This \\ill'' 13 per cent of the total t' S :- litS.rtitm: : ; M.i-hine, < '". 44'i|( sun; t.i>. I l"iiAaleas -'in,
!\ ICIA n CLEAN ; Adolph Gay slated that :N M."! 1 .11. l..ik.. < 'nv" 2tc-he 24
1 "u"'sfl;! r.ii-e for Congress I ii Ii j: 'permit the operation of any population. KKLVKDKItK: AZALEA
> planned the move to get more [ IJj'.I':0! :<;1'1'/1:/ M.in ',I' .".man
i unit all either Population increases in the next GARDEN) AND
i in 192 Ht was: returned without : Or of piant simultaneously NURSERY
; SPECIAL li.iii-lli- M.-.V.---I = !'ri.diicl.full
his old !t"
has! leased :
65.00 opposition in 19"; space and I with any other unit 8. 25 years will ffect the situation. ; .i -|1'.ln. tirn, >- "I'III.rl1m'I' f.> PAULINE, EAUr.E Cfil.I.INH:
Tax I' II .
Plus } 1' .
next door, to the IV-t K.ult I
i building right [ | the load demands. Number of farm workers probabl\ II, ik.. (i" .t l.iy. No. exp.-rien.-- -
Writ.M. Xe--s fi.m-
the j J I """" t. --an
?tarke Tire Sales, on corner j It had originally been hoped will decrease--but there will be I'."" I' II li.ITS.*.. IvPi.to Sta

BHS Drama Club of \\'t'sthdison: and Court. j jHe i that the interlocking network; I j!I more mouths to feed in the {;. SSomebody's :4AAA kk h I .n 'I. M, |.tu- T.-DD :2tp :24_ IIIIIK4tKII .01 NTV4I t'\R'II

has to set: a definite I > arrr tar... ...d
yet Ijind. .i
be i have to d wh.-l J Stake:' J\.dy Kf roomhuue.
could installed by the city, but; going to t'i\ :SAI.K: T'" .
Sets 3 Shows opening date for his new showroom j | I Tr.itl. r KuU.inipptMl.' At T'nitn nuidrm n nealeiifeii "otliulldillUK
;i the job has proved more hazardous some mighty good W01 k. Particularly liihirro all..t.
i OF THE I Min i h" la l k "f :MiTR-in's-
hut said it will probably i; WEEK cii'hiHil! Iou.. .
mall drIIer
Used Remington i and complicated than was since farm folk themselves! I i-I., r "h.." ..n 1 I' S '!" 1. :2tp ? :2JiIN'll > nmrhrrhunhr
I j ji : I'rli-r
be ready around April 1. 1 9H rrfHMNl. lou
For are beginning to desert the fiesh mukr .
Tonight anticipated. -nn n Mtlnif tin Ihlk fiirm.FLOIUDA
i business -i! : I : :SYI.VXMA' : TV. tal.lset
The addition to !I' The electrical contractor reported -I strawberry jam in favor of the I :Sie:| > ,i.ii $i4'I -II.I liahiner's It he; REALTY CO.:
for treatthis I community has been under I that without the special: I1!; packaged strawberry jam and to 1954 FORDS 1:1.:1.. Of Starke
The.Uregoeis are in a 6i) : : : > -I'-in..n' a- mannp. ofhi.tel
A WONDERFUL BUY evening at 7:30::: when the I construction for approximately ;i hookup the old light plant with j leave the hog-killing to the parkers I -,",.. "nr tiuirist' 4I .,url (..u, tndrrn... U. K. SeMeli,
days. and frozen chops and I \\nt-! :Mrs. ;.11.>.iii, IMlwl..y. Fl.i
Bradford High School Speech and its four generating units would', .1 buy Cylinder I I lip \. J.rhun....

; roasts. :XiZ Iroipter.. T..I..plouDf'L'I3
75.00 Dramatic Club presents three one- Custom 2-Ioor Sedan I
TinTax ( Funeral Tuesday i I Keep your eye on the presentS F, 'It] :-; \I.E- on.7 f..t ui.-d ('r'i ,!'- larl!>r, Florida7INCH
act plays at the USO Building in Light Tan i l.v 1:.-(' !g. r.r Also Jut of H 1

Starke. j For Miss Pinholster Bond Burning OK'd i iStarkI' 'I and future. Now is when you will' llrown and Tan Interior i in: florescent bulbs. Mrs. J. R. j :: SYIA'ANIA cn.i.Sp.i .J -

learn to meet the problems the ,.. ,, -.. .
I K-ii- |I"-T| 4-1. r 241 -\\ If'hgI Ml! "l3' "; 11.1111I,' I tl&8EIIItETlltIIJ
The three a drama
a comedy.
Like New
At Brooker Church j I future most certainly will bring I
Clerk !
and a suspense: chiller will star : City Carl Johns I II I Sin llw.:/: \ 1:1.: for information to : Southern ,,u; '.
was auhorized: by the City Coun, I IV. Low MilajjeEquipped :, 4T11 ,."*- t'-p.i-'inK on Ilesj'enl & wishes 10 -..tll.- in St.irkU i .1,
Underwood high school actors and actresses :Miss Lubedia Pinholster.\. cil I With ::1..." T.r. |I""- t=- ,.,.AlliBato<.- t'rffk like cheap rent a- p-.f-.f.-.f.plare. : i
Used from among the Club's 30 members Tuesday night to destroy all t'.1 Sh.m 11'I wan's. "" k"-iis, in-l .z ": ':' '
and are under the direction'i d'ed! Sunday night at her home in old bonds and coupons in thuity's \ c. 7. U. OverdriveMajjic I No: drink"i.U hat hi- >
L Brooker. following a long illness.' I' F' ,!: ": r.r: lteu-t..rd' Iwo y..al Mrs. J ::1,1"111.: | 4 4'I 1 I. i ,
rOUTAHLEALMOST if Club Sponsor C. L. Overturf Jr. possession for issues print''I IT.... NO :MOKK INTKU.HJKNT: : Air Heater ;'I .':.1 1:1.:! ., I. .\1:11'' Hun J A.'I K-10. l-ll < :N le. Kla .
: She was born in Brooker. Aug' 11.I! to 1933. I I .,
:" "" I: I H. i2;: itark'-
LIKE NEW The first, "Three's A Crowd ,!' 1!'97. her parents being the late'. The old certificates JKUN; Tiiornii IT is :MiFF : !: And Turn SignalS 'I t 211. :1 F( lt RENT-Twu h.dro'.' f i r, .
.1 lively comedy by S. S. and E. though d>-1 I, \1II0X.\HIF. i_ TO DI\K .." h"ll e rn \\ .dnll' ">1. ,', '
Rev A. J. and Annie Baxter Pin- Deed when redeemed! the 1-, >1 t Ll!: 4 I..r. 504 ,
: meTal E.
by city ; :: 1II'.r'1I'II.for Brownlee. Apa. 2 Itj!
:S McCatdy, will feature FayeiHu.lson. i j I'OI"O IKOM .\ I.KJl'OK BOTTU ',, . ,, .
active I
holster. She was an mem- "I' 1".t..I.
55.00 rius Tax Brian Kucera Glorida''ilk'rs.n. 'I,! mieh: : be passed as negotiable ill' i! TIIXN I'ltOM ANYOrilF.K: SEE THIS CAR .\Torn ". \. ,.... .. ,,( I. :tdiuigkate-
ber and a Sunday School teacher: they should fall into the wrong ; : \I'I.I. .\'i.--! : it.'; IIa\i... Sti : ..
\\ *
Archie Green and j KIM) OP r.OTTI.K. EWLrCClrIRED ,. ill \TOC" I IIKII.III
in the Brooker Baptist Church for hands. I I f' f' I"' 'i. :: ;" .I 2' ;I' : :!
Krankhn! Flitch. I j ji I i
(lx \T10N.I.YUCF,> I "'TUIII'IonlU'
.I i many years.Surviving. j ji i Johns explained that a com i Used Car Lot : !i."T y. i! 1. P ar..i--t fr.m .

"Hour Of Honor a drama,, j i are two brothers',, plete! record of the securities is I :N 5\ ,' [,'1':0:'' :-:..tIlIrll.tI'm.. i.ih-/ Tno Ibrrr lied room l.u..ri,

.\II alt. e ha\e ".. "::I/S Tom Long Irene Metzger, Truby B. and John W. Pinholster ': | ON: TEU'LIVI: : I ,.' r \\ar.1 i' t.turn"l r.1lI hardnnud fl"..m. brautllullt llnUhrd -
| kept and cited the danger of j \ : u Ku.:1" : ..t 1"'} or Mr. :'01,"- Inmide. I".. .* plained and
and (lt'nda'ames:! and Bessie Dukes.' I trol! rf minor! children !
thoroughly Rone o> er both of Brooker. i j keeping the actual certificates in' ( FormerlyJ. K'lor.a' I lIp lanI.".J'''''. Il4i..n payment t"
l lieminjj- I Marilyn! Cox. Mary Henderson' Funeral services were held.L iai h-on fil! .-d aKalnsr you in rh* tirana yKMMNi, A.VI.IKI In :u,
reconditioned hy his request for permission to do.>. i 'dov mm--d I'our' and ra-j--* ir F. ,': li\T--I-;:: : 'rn-h-.I t.ry'.m .la .*. ....
>M and *2:: .lMl m .s'u. III %
ton headquarters in Jack- Gci! ry GIbson. and Vida Jean Gen. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in stroy them. I I coo a-" required To ....ra "TVour .. H. WainnrihtIotors;: : ) ,, !. -.. 1" ;:4..II"at.r.I'I.; finanelnic X':TiH (Ml d..%, n pa> DI.-10,
slated to I I I .- answer or plcadine! to th" <-, ,,. d, T
try are play in the mys- the Brooker Baptist Church with .f T Qiuiglev. ]1'' 'hg )II1''lIt.I':' al rloolne.
..11m iIIt' The Clerk! is held responsible Dla'nt nn the Plaint+fr- Ar'v

tiry thriller "High Window." ; Rev. Bruce Stallings officiating.!: f-ir all such papers d"posi'l'd with :; Kitr-hfn! Schwartz. 713: 1'1'- \ \\Tr1.-I:, t 'U.,-!, I :;r'i'r.j-; Fifteen nen houses n..n uudi rennstruilifiR

Biliy Torode is stage manager j jior Interment was in the family plot ;'. >:nat, Huildlng... Jacksonville.. Fl:*. 1\\ .- I", "' 1''' I\ ;1'1' "' ;" :lI'i.1 \ % finaat-inK onlSrlert I>
; the ,
Citv through his office 1T>oj fMth ortElial\ in tto. off--: f RATLIFF F i ,. ,
SEE; THEM NOW ATKUADFOKD all three productions. Ti. \PI' 13 Id lioi't: >'or bome nbile >ou ba e
: j in Dedan Cemeterynear Erooker, the flerV nf the Ciri-nlf ri' t nbefore ',.,' II, It:.!' a rhiiic.. terle.-li.n. head, I..,
Archie Green and Jerome Edwards with DeWitt C. Jones in charge of; \ OTIf I; 10 \PIT *It the 1:! flay of :March. 195?; : ; .......p....-) nullS VU to iMI da >
; In rirroll Conrt. Hrailfurd founts "Ihprwthp! allegations of sarti ; F. 'f: :o>.\ .r.-t'.3] ;" r..tiie! F'.rdS.
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) COUNTYTELEGRAPH crew forthe ::1| arrangements. i Florid, I- 'hnnl'''''''. i Complaint will be taken a> ronftcti .':. I-.I''n': I"ndill'.n X,-a'

I! shows and complete scenery lame S. Jinkn'r. PlaintIff. vs., ,\ hv you. CHEVROLET CO.Cor. 'I'I'I'I.'., nl 3..1. II.-al"r. Radii. 0.. tI r Florida Realty Co.
Barbara Joan Thl! notice rtat be puMI-h' d ... .
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has been built by the Club Defendant.I d: .1'2' :t:1' \'\ Inqu'.,
mem- Case No. 10-1S81 I nnce each week for four c.-n>-nltve --!- I ., Of Starke
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j j \ )t'IJ. LOVK: the new Ester-' TV-: Far! !>ara Joan Jinkn>r. whose Telegraph. Call anJ Court 'treekStarke ,I ltpI it.ntndre.... \V. II enell,

Admission at the door is 25 cents ; brook) purse-size fountain pens in rc-ld<.nr" nrA '..'ldr.... I IsSI30 Leona Pated this 7 day of February. 195? I I". "TI.-1'ra..al r'ir'.ing." any .\. J. Ihoiua)

:' .stu.i-'r.ts and! 5') rents f'>!r pastel shad.Only I S'!.5S at Ura.lf I- <:f*>ct. Oakland.! California.! I rOFFJI'L\T. !SEAL' fhanp \. P. t., Fla. !I.... I. '.- I' ,.n .. ,"tr.f.n tSS: Temple *.e. Ih..ui.ta:
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