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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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\\ orkerslower Number Two generating unit on huge ,jacks into its "...'k rr ve.il that Starkefjoetn. positions on the ballot in the !loithommtj t .% % $27,000 Yearly Profit ProjectedWith

pit in the new Starke Light awl I'ouer plant under construction :'iieu '.ull have a $30.000 defuit' Ma8 election bpre..->-< .

chrl"t tI). IwliintI the present installation on ( all street.ll lint one of III lU ieneial City Fund by the time this week acumiins t" Bt.id- New Texas-Florida

e'.ii! III i the uilent fiscal Pipeline
fi.rd
year County Clerk Clwrle" Dtrb' ,
the Ine huge IMesel engines destined to drive Marke's nen elettrie- _
ii j t\ptndituies continue at theirpesent :, Darby stated that foui poliin t t '
plant have now been moved into the building and officials estimatethat ..
rate according to Clerk j i aspirants were waiting in hi-- ,,t I. Stai'ko haw
two of the monster motors will be ready for use in the near Cal I Johns ice with checks for then ', may a municipal natural gas: system i.IT 1t I : :,:;

units iI1 be linked to the and qu.tui.ing _. ._ _ ; t t tiu- ( it\ Council.otl') } *, official saiu-tu.ii : W'th
tuture. Hath of the five \\ present plant Figures prepared by city audi- fees at noon on Tut'sdthe; : of! i plans ( j,

placed in service a.s soon as individual installations are complete. tor OoigeV. Dindelake: for the opening of legal qualifu alum time '1 HmiMon Texas Gas: and Oil Corporation unofficial approd \ -

four months ending Jan. 31. 1956. Incumbent Sheriff P 0 iPen" .w _,Lt t___ l\ 4j < .t ;: <.- In. imiuKlual' members of the city's governing lm
'Above-Ground list only $1, 67.93 on deposit and Reddish was the first to file paving t : : '; \ '! .K'lku i inuicil meet ing Tuesday evening.

Health .
Department on hand for the General! Fund his $375 fee and signing the ; I The Texas firm in oiijmtt.,<::

'Gasoline Storage and $1.41541 in the Light and loyalty and candidates oaths $Th0 with the Coastal l'ransnas"h'-.

Water Fund. of his fee goes to the Demo< rain AttorneyGeneralAsked CorporatIOn, another > ',
ga: ( >n.-
Warns Of Rabies Called Hazard A total of $12,116.13 icpiesenting Central Committee and the rest I p-inv. is seeking the support "r'

28.98 ad ,val!
per rent of goes to the County. Florida dti's in obtammFed/ I''

i : orem taxes and 47 55 per cent of The Democratic Committee gets To Rule al Power Commission approval ota

Outbreak HereBradford j The Starke City Council Tuesday occupational licenses remains to $24 of Thornton Johns' $60 qualification 226-mile natural gas pipelineto

I evening referred back to Fire,i be collected for the General Fund fee. He is a candidate fort be constructed from oil field-.
I I
I Chief I). W. Carpenter a request: I i during the next 8 months, along I II I e County School Board from the On in the Texas and Louisiana Gul!:
County Sanitarian Jack for a permit for the installation of County Work
I I with a $27.000 transfer from the Fourth District Coast areas to senue all of Florida -

Trawick issued a warning this gasoline and oil storage tanksI : I Light and Water Fund. It. H. (Russell* Green Jr.. candidate 1 _ I as far south a.s Miami including

week that all dog owners should I within the city limit} supporting' The Fire Department spent$3,551.8S for County Commissioner I i Four (.1nd tlatt't'ft' ready and waiting at noon Tuesday to qualify T',. Biaiitonl : Bradford County, and
have their animals vaccinated for i I his contention that the facilIties. I County Commis.i -
its from the Firth District the
of $10,919 appropriation : paid : Starke
1 foi the May 8 election in the office of Bradford t'lerk Charles. Darby >. "ne-! \oted
rabies immediately if they have to be built by the Gulf Oil Com- during the last four months same fee as Johns and Mrs. Marian unanimously Mon- ,
as qualification filing time offiiiallv opened Mrs. Marian I. Crosby', U-i> to seek an opinion from the rmlirts :saungsThe
Iot already received shots. I pan)'. constitute a fire hazard as the Police Department spent $10- L. Crosby present County I !
incumbent {supervisor of Registration Thornton Johns School State Attorney-General's City of Starke could ieal-
II..ft| : office
He revealed that the Florida presently planned. 230.43 of its $26,701 allocation Supervisor: of Registration paid a ,( ize

State; Board of Health reports an 1 The oil distributor heie had applied the Street and Garbage Depart- : S45 fee, of which $18 goes to the :, Board Candidate for the 4tli District; and R. II. (Russell) Green. Jr., regarding:\ the operation of Coun- approximately $27.000! profit

outbreak of fox rabies near Melrose : to Carpenter for a permit to, ment has used $20,44125 from its Party when she filed for reelection candidate for County Commissioner. from the :5th District wait with ty machinery on private property I annually from a municipal system

and that laboratory tests of I erect two new above-ground tanks 1 $57.527 budget and the Administrative : their checks as incumbent sheriff I'. I). (I'ete) Reddish hands Darby The question had been raised in supplied through the proposed
pipeline<< the
,
sick foxes and dogs found recently I with a combined capacity of 40.- ; Office and General appropriation Others qualifying Tuesday after his $3Th qualifying fee. if-speit: to a number of water Harold Council was told! bi \'

indicate that the disease may be 000-gallons adjacent to five exist- of $49.800 haa been noon and later in the week were : holes created by the county with i, A. Scott of the Civil Engineering :: -

widespread in eastern Alachua and ing 14,000-gallon tanks near the educed so far by '$20,836.89 in County Judge Theron A. Yawn the permission of the owners. on ( section of the firm ofReynolds

western Putnam Counties and the 1 S.A.L. tracks. expenditures.Gross : who paid $369.60, of which 147.84 i Mayor Jackson Superintendents : private land in exchange for the :(, suiting Smith, and Hills con.I '-
i dirt which engineers for the nt 3j
Camp Blanding area. I The permit was refused becauseof Light and Water revenues -' goes to the Democratic Central removed was used on I >

I the situation of all 7 tanks on I Consider Longer roads and other County projects.The j I present power and water systemsj -
In a letter to Bradford Health total $118.751.73, for a net : Committee, filing for re-election; Scott

Department Director Dr. A. Y. a hill overlooking a residential' revenue of $1,41541.Dandelake ''II. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr.. can Issues Attorney-General will be j presented a report prepared -
Warning School TermThe i asked to rule on the legality:\ of i by the engineering consultants
Covington according to Trawick, area.Carpenter made his warning :didate for County Commissionerfor j

State Biologist: William L. Jennings pointed out that if a, in a preface to the regular the Third District; and W. C. performing such work on private recommending the sale of a

suggested Monday that rabies -. tank should leak, or a pipe fail, or'i; which shows the city aUdit'i I (Billy) Powell, who filed as a can To Drivers possibility of a 12-month:: I property with public equipment I bond$300.000 issue self-liquidating to revenue
Young where put the city in the
if there should be fire at the I this is the most convenientway
a didate Board I
preventive measured be in- | the black at the present time. for the School from school term was one of the more business.He .

tenafied in Bradford County and storage site gasoline and oil would L II| The bulk of the city'soriginates revenue I the Second District. I II important items discussed at a I to obtain needed dirt. i iI I gas

that the public be informed of the pour unchecked down the hill into I 1 from municipally own- C. L. (Bub) Carter and Harold Stern warnings were issued to1 I II three-day meeting of over 30 I I'I stated that the people of

danger from sick foxea which may j homes. i 1 ed utilities, according to Johns. Norman both qualified as School two youthful traffic offenders by Florida School Superintendents in Ask Volunteers Starke. besids realizing the extra

appear from time to time. | He recommended that a dike or Board candidates from the First I Gainesville last week, accordingto I city revenue, could effect savings -
Starke Mayor W. T. Jackson Monday -
Trawick stated that a dog was | retaining wall be built to completely .:'Firemen HearSegregation District and Ifarry A. Anthony morning during the regular Bradford, County Superintendent I To Hostess BHS I I on 20 their fuel bills of approxij -
instal matelv per cent for
surround the
I I j
paid no fee to qualify as a can- space
found to test positive for the disease session of the Mayor's Court. I H. P. Morgan. i
I. lation capable o( containing the' heating and 41 per cent for cooking -
didate for since I I
County Surveyor
in Baldwin a few weeks ago : I Jackson suspended sentence but :Morgan stated that the full- Music Festival
entire capacity of both the old and Talk the position carries no salary. I : | by converting from bottled
and that anyone bitten by an animal I told both that they would be finedto year plan was advanced by the ,
.
new tanks on the refinery property i | gas to the new municipal svstem
Darby warned all prospective I
should report it immediatelyto i Ftate Chamber of Commerce as II
the limit of the law if
in case of accident. At Dinner MeetStarke ; candidates that qualifying time brought I I A call went out for volunteers A saving of 70 ncr cent in
the Health Department.Rabies I' into his court again for misuse of a solution for overcrowded condi-
shots are required by law After lengthy discussion by the I closes at noon on March 20, and tions in some counties.He i this week to serve as hostesses spare heating and 23 per cent in
I! automobile.
Starke, Council the matter was placed entirely I stated that he will officially close an i during the Florida Bandmaster's I cooking is projected for users of
of dog owners within the Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter -: One had been ticketed for explained that 25 per cent
in the hands of the fire chief,, his files when the 12:00: o'clock youth Association Music Festival to beheld I electric poWE'r'ho convert to
limits, but are left optional host to 85 classroom would be
City played over mem- speeding and the other for run- Iess space
with instructions to issue or dety I in Starke March 17. natural gas.
whistle blows at the Starke
stated. City I
for the rest of the County, he bel' guests representing 121 red light. required to service the school
the requested p tmit as he sees I I Light Plant to avoid any possibl* ning a Bradford High School Principal | Must Sign Contract
ies at a special dinner population under the ,
I ; did not fine either program
veterinarian is fit, imposing whatever safety .- arguments regarding the time. Though hj C. S. iartin has asked for 6 or I I Scott also revealed that thecity's
He said that any i for the Second District of
I meeting I II I youth, Jackson directed police which provides for four gr rps: :
stl'lctions are Thule women from each of thenty's
equipped to deliver the vaccina- I necessary. the Florida Firemen's Association: officers to record the violationson with three in school and one on I present powerhouse would '
I clubs and civic groups to I gain a saving of
tions. in the Starke American Legion : vacation at given time. approximately
that any
The bite of a rabid animal can\Long To Run I I Hall last Thursday evening. I I Distribute New Florida their laws licenses provide, warning for manda- .It would only mean added expense more represent than the 3,000 community guests to the Diesel$ 1.000 engines annaully ty converting its
expected from
fuel oil
not togas
be fatal to human beings if Guests of the firemen included if in Bradford County. however I
tory loss of driving privileges 'I to be in the
the
city during all-day operation
properly treated. For Re-election congressional candidate Guy Andrews made ," he said, pointing out that amortizing the
\ three such are
notations statewide I
'I competition.More $80,000) )
conversion
cost
of Starke the over a
principal City Directory within a year. the Bradford schools are adequateat I

\ speaker; Mayor W. T. Jackson the Tn dismissing the two cases he present to handle the class than 1.500 band members j period of 5 years
Two Accidents ; I from Florida schools will compete i The city must sign 20-year contracts -
Starke City Council, and numerous I stated that the court does not load and that additional teachers
I r I, !'
Good I with the
ra 1' for Superior and Excellent pipeline interest
Association and State fire offici- harsh air-conditioning and a number of
want to be unnecessarily I :ratings four i ibv March 28 to
: also in separate categories make the gas

Involve School The affair was opened by Second :. I' with Starke's young people but ,' to other the incidental proposal would expenses not related makeit filling Starke with music from system a reality
that future offenses by teenagers 1
I ,8am. far into Engineers have
II District Vice-President : the night. j !' estimated thatit
Carpenter, here.
practical
) will be treated the same ,
'f 1t.
I
II who served as chairman and moderator I -' that There will be two bands playingat will take less! than a year foli -
I He the
I .\' as if they were adult drivers. I II expressed opinion i lowing the
for a question and answer i once all during the day. one in granting of Federal
I
Busses In Week\ "An automobile can be a dpadIy i. the majority of Superintendents Power

period following! a number of ad- I 7/ I weapon," he said. "and is just I: at the meeting were doubtful a ,' the USO Building and one in the i have Con-mission certificates to
i gas flowing in Starke
_
Bradford !
dresses on technical fire Elementary School Cafe-
fighting i / : a.s dangerous in the hands of a ,: to the ments of the scheme but I I 'I I The
proposed 300.000 bond issue
and Association matters duringthe I tonum, with ensemble and solo -
There were two minor accidents ; teen-ager as in those of an adult. that it might be valuable in somecounties
business I, 'playing judges sitting in various j includes S206. 0" for hasll'
within three days last week regular meeting.The ( .. Four other traffic cases were1 i construction
costs
members and I i' room in the high school buildings. ; which wotililprovide
guests were ..
one on Tuesday and another on .. on the docket for Monday's session A special committee was appointed -
Bradford Countv .w treated to vocal selections by Car- !! ; At 8 p.m the bands will compete Ii j all main!!. meters incidental -
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Friday involving bond
but all forfeited by to study the matter and
01 Ann Pickett and Sylvia Paulk for precision marching honors equipment pumping'installatIOns
school busses both on High- falling to appear.Automatically i t hOI oughly and present a reportat
I to srrvire
invocation I bring gas !
during dinner after an on the Starke football field.
S 301. I each
way fined $10
the next superintendent's
I to the homes of an initially es-
by Starke Fire Department Chap There are to be twelve distin-
At 7:20: a. m. Tuesday a bus i were Jessie Carson, Gary Reddish.an I meeting June
j timated 984 customers within the
Albert from all
: lain Lee Crosby. guished judges over the
stopped to load children was William W. Auker ticketed ,
j 'dh'
Mayor Jackson delivered a welcoming < State and the entire festival is : The syStem would take gas
si i uck from the rear by a car. I for running( red lights and Phil i the
right to the house, as
Johns AnnouncesFor just
address answered by State under the supervision of Partin and
The motorist had apparentlytried ." I'
Busardo forfeited $! > on reckless .
President II. H. DuPnest. "'ireChit'f a BHS Bandmaster M. C. Thompson, municipal power system now doe.with -
to pass the bus as it came driving charge .
foi Lake City. ReelectionThornton who is local Chairman for the electricity
to a stop noticed the children by ,'
Crosby then introduced Andrews : Florida Association. SelfMaintainingI
the side of the road. and swerved

bark in behind the tus striking it / who first commended the firementor Oitj. Clerk Carl .Johns and Air Force Plans Johns announced yesterday Volunteers may register at the I Engineering figures show a
city
1/i their work, stating that figures CUainber of Commerce ManageiMrs. High School office or the Cham- I total surplus revenue for the
on the left rear side and bumper as a candidate for reelection I IOf S4t.8l7 within the 30yearlife
X.-> one was injured die seldom available on the money : Marian Hone 'ompareStarke's To 'Bomb' Starke as School Board member from ber of Commerce office on Call of the revenue bond issue.
saved firefighters when fireI first iI issued .
by City Directory, Street.
Friday at 3:15: p. m a bus pulling Residence District 4.
losses are made public. and then thl.C't'k by K. L. Polk and I (! I After the 30-year period the
onto Highway 301 from the Gene Long yesterday announce I H Starke is to be a target city I
"In candidacy city would own its system
announcing my gas
poke on the segregation issue in Company', with the Polk Directory -
Lawtey School struck the right his candidacy tor re-election to th<. Florida. I for hostile air raids from S a. m. would like to state that I have enjoy Powell Qualifies I outright and would also receive

side of a car causing minor dams& office of Tax Assessor of Brad,_ for Tallahassee. Copies of to 8 m. this Sunday, it was .
the p. very much the privilege of the funds formerly earmarked for
fender and door ford He stated that il r Andrews declared himself as reference work which IKt
to the right County announct>Wednesday bCham-
fine the first
all individuals and ini I working with the many peo- For School Board bond retirement during
m :he car and smashing one of re-elected he would continue tsene <) definitely opposed to integration i businesses her of Commerce Manager Mrs who been I .
I i 'ple in the county have 30 years of operation.The
the and cited the prohibition era as an i antI around the city, fun be ordered :
the hii.s headlights people in the same cour
:Marian Howe.
interested in developing a better system would be self-
teous and honest example of the impossibility of in the Chamber wf Commerce I \v. C ( Billy) Powell local naval
State law requires that all motorists -;, manner that hi I "
The Civil Defense alert is designed I school system Mr. Johns said. maintaining and selfexpandingfinancially ;
come to a complete stop has in the past. legislating social custom and habit. office on Call street.Starke's stores and timber operator qualified -
to test local air defenses to Scott.
j according
and always
"I have in the past. will -
and wait until school busses have :| Assessor Long further commented .. He stated that the Supreme | Tuesday as a candidate for
I first complete City Directory and will involve Air Force planes I Ii respect. welcome and greatly who estimated the total grossrevenue !
completed load1*" or unloading that it has been a pleasure tc<) Court should allow local option on i School Board from Residence District -
flying at an unspecified time and for the first 30 years at
is from I
being distributed thisweek appreciate any suggestions
children along Florida highways serve the citizens of Bradfon I the question of segregation in our I! Two (South Starke.t.

: by R. L. Polk and Company. altitude on simulated bombingruns. : the people as to how I might better | 2962272.
schools and social institutions 1
before proceeding. County for the past three years. as In announcing his candidacy Mr.
with 75 to 100 already in the I I serve the schools of Bradford 1 He emphasized that the projected -
and that he would like to than!t was done with prohibition."The : Powell said: "If elected, I will sup-
I hands of local business and All Bradford spotters should ; County. I fully realize the importance I revenue and customer
each and everyone for their tim! > white people..of the statei pro- i port any effort to expand our present -
contact D. V. White, the i office. the future of volume figures Wf'W oorjSfrvaUve-
RegistrationDeadline spirit of cooperation. i will not voluntarily surrender their J fessional men and interested citizens Capt. of the as school facilities and education I
Bradford CD Commander, Rev. I i ly estimated explaining that they
,
who placed advance ordersi our county depends upon graduatesof
I traditions. We will! stand up and : al programs: to care for our ever- I
Nears i last October. Sherwood. or Mrs. Howe as soon our present school system. If are based "Third-year lyvel-
if he said.
fight necessary increasing mcaber; of children. I
Rotary Warned 1 as possible for further details. re-elected, I will continue to work | ing." a practice that does not alI -
: He pointed out that there are This is the first year that Polk further state that I will work un-
All aircraft must be reportedTo of schools I low for the consideration of any
the best interests
for our
:Mrs. Marian L. Crosby, Brad Of Defense Needs over 5.000 negro teachers in Florida -[ Directories have been published flinchingly toward maintaining
I the Jacksonville Civil Defense all Mr. Johns concluded. 1 expansion of the system after
at times
ford County Supervisor of Regis- schools as opposed to only a for cities of under 10.000 population I i segregation in our Bradford Coun-

tration, announced this week that Tech Sgt Jack E Clement o f few hundred in the school systemsf according to Otis C. Dean, center during the Sunday test. i ii ty schools." I I' the first three years for its the total purpose -

her office in the courthouse at the Jacksonville Filter Center o c? integrated states.Entertainment representative from the Richmond i Y'all Come. Mr. Powell was born and rearedin of approximating

Starke will be open for registration the Ground Observer Corps ap. and a dance followed -[ Va., office of the Detroit, Senator To Host Starke and graduated from i 1 value.Conservative F.stimateH

from 7 to 8 m. Tues the after-dinner business I Mich.. firm, which began printing Bradford School. He is
p every | pealed to the Starke Rotary ClulI 3 I' Motel Operators High a Third-year leveling statistics
Only 19 days left, and 435Homesteaders
day and Friday evening until the" meeting of the Association. I city maps and address and business veteran of World War II, a member -:i
Wednesday for assistance in manning still have not show 984 customers using the
April 7 deadline. I t listings over 50 years ago. Sen Charley E. Johns will be of the American Legion and
I system bv 1959. consuming 63.
the local observation signed renewal homestead
She warned that all County" pos! He explained that the Starke host to members of the Bradford applications. the First Baptist Church. He is
Reddish Filest I 793 thousand cubic feet of
vo'm: who have not registered i H i on at least a 12-hour-per-da:: ; ; Directory, costing $25. embraces Motor Court Assn. at a steak sounded. This was the warning Tax- I married to the former Harriet j'I to produce an annual revenue gas

bv April 7 will have to wait until schedule. For Reelectiont seven major sections. including a dinner at his place on Crystal' Assessor Gene yesterday by Bishop and they have three children I of $103.871.

alter the second of the forthcoming Sgt. Clement pointed out tha t list of individual names and addresses Lake, Tues. March 13. at 12 ( "If received Long.homestead i| All'estimates in the lengthy report -

primary elections to exercise, radar is not fool-proof protectios i rural addresses, business: noon. Officers o( the State A- you were tased on U S. census -

their right to vote. : from enemy airplanes, and tha Sheriff P D. Reddish pay his and service names and addresses,, sociation have been invited to exemption last !.t'are plead which far
figures are already
She urged that all citizens I' observation posts are of prim,? qualifying fee Tuesday and 3.1noun..ed : classified advertising and a comi -. loin the local group at this meet- with you to bring"jour application Roberts To Run behind Starke's actual growth.
to this offic, the Assessor
cheek their cards to be certair I; ; importance in the national defens t as a candidate to succeed i 1 plete telephone directory. ing.
said. "If jou've lost or misplaced : For School Post I and on a projection of the rate of
that thev are properly registered I; I set-up. himself in office. He stated The entire book is crossindexed I growth reflected in the 1950 census -

lestSome inadvertently forfeit: Rotary President T. H Sad! ? that he would make a formal an- for easy reference and is said Board Member "t'1.11 it,make come out in anyway a new one.and he said !so that the citv

'heII''otm privileges named a committee composed o f nomuement at a later date to contain the name and address Carl Roberts local jeweler, announced 'i would nrnhablv actually rrak"
In either event come to our
,J. H. DuPre, Jim Chasteen, an<,1 of'ery individual and business! yesterday that he will be" more than the $27000 annually!
: New office as soon as possible. AU ,
Easter HolidayThe I Harry M. Hatcher Jr. to stud,*' Andrews Meeting in and around Starke at the time Seeks TermJ. those expecting homestead exemption a candidate for Bradford County i predicted bv the engineers

I the situation and report to th e the Directory Survey Crew went for the first time this |i Superintendent of Putlic Instruction -1 Federal Power Commission r-r-

P.radford County Board ol r1( Rotary board of directors nex t1, A public meeting of friends : to work here a few months ago E. Brown announce,! yesterday mast come in. I in the forthcoming primaries. tificates are needed bv the ra

Situation at it,. regular meeting,;i Wednesday <'oncerninga pla::n and supporters of the candidacyi 1 j There are over 1.4/Kt) cities cur. that he will be a candidate sear"Itf'memht'rprll I... the Roberts said that he was an,, !suppliers before 'h" *16.:> 6Mi
Monday morning !set the Frid.r.More .. whereby Rotary might assist ti : of Guy Andrews for Congresswill I rentlv indexed in Polk DirectoriesI for re-election as School Board deadline, and jour Assessor has I flouncing at this time so there Texas-Florida pipeline ran hp

;i this program' be held in the City Hall atv I Copies of the book mav bordered I member from District Two (South I would be no doubt as to his in-'I constructed. ac 'ordmp- to Of-
to beyond that '
and the following;: no authority go
Monday : The speaker was introduced b, 11 o'clock this morning ( Friday) I I all during! next week at Starke i A more detailed state- tentions. He expects to quali- ner. Rinehart Stuar* an-i C''im-'
date stated.
Faster Sunday as official school I Fred Graudon who had charg e The public is cordIally invited to, ve' Chamber: "f Commerce offic, ment of hu candidacy will be Long i I fand make a formal statementnext mer. attorneys for the "':', f -,,'*
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1 :,tI.lYU of the : attend made later he said week
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again. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and PAGE TWO
editorialNo Beland Johns had a serious accident rot Bradford County State of Florida FRIDAY. .MAKUI 9. 19.i; "'
Farmer's : upon receipt of p-oof of publication -
DiaryBy a few days ago while trim- of thi notiro, the fictitmu ; 'r.("r-' the day ,..f Aj: ,: Telegraph
ming up trees and brush withan tame ,.! St. rke Prinurafur.under U'56. f.i.trw.! >. t..e allegation: of t'.iel: .i, .1 do! \
which I am engaged in busmen at bald Complaint will be taken ai 1V/6.
i Sam McGarvey axe. The axe was loose or 713; };. Laura Sr., tarkl'. Fla. confessed by you. I
To Avoid (OFFICIAL EAL) Charles A.
MakingEisenhower's Parb
Way : \
fur :he handle and came off hit him That the i..l,. owner of *aid bu-'- This notice shall be published Clerk of the Circu.t OouRy -
me every joai. on his left arm anj a bad nesN i>: Jiis. K Clark (Crosby ;1 : once each: week for. five conseca- Ma: .in L. CroDv. Uepua i ':.
S S cut I::. Laura 5t., Starke. Fla. live weeks In the Bradford County l'
Health An Issue fTEtsh. lie lost awful lot ..__ -
of
Whie! an Dated thi* Jnd day of Mar' h. A. -
looking at Leaton :!.forgan's
blood before they could get him 1' 19Jii at StarkL'rai1rd Coun"y" ,. ...._ ......,..._._ _'. _..
berry field the other day, i}, Florida. ,
Jubilatiun in the Republican camp as President we asked "Do you have any to the doctor. He is now in the : H i'.3 #}I',

Eisenhower announced that he would stand for a :Missionary plants?" Leaton Sr., hospital under the care of Dr :NOTICF, 10 AtHKlKIB t Good News ;
in Sarke and is headlinesOUTSIDE
second. term was unbounded and understandably Leaton Jr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan much Houpt better. feeling Florida t'lrooit: In t'unrl.Ikmarrrr.llradford CUODI,. ?. .,

lie is: undoubtedly the party's best votejrctter Sr. replied in a chorus: "No! llerbi-it C Harmon Plaintiff \.-. :: ;
iii And if we fInd one, we'll burnit Our sympathy goes out to the lett .\, Harmon, IMendaiit. I. e111bT lde'.r .
) and practically its only hope of achieving :" Junior Gibson family, with one Case Xo. 10-1406 r. t
another victory at the polls in November. little boy Kenneth in the .Notice. To AppmrTo 1. ,/ r j \
hospitalat
Beiiit-s, berries everywhere at luryA Harmonlu. se resiittnif f. ." ", I
nut examined in the light of cold Veality, the the market. on sale along the On the lane leading to Roy Lake Butler, and another ',.ila\ and inguii.t.address l>. lit .', Box 41, t" tt'W '\

EiM-nhower candidacy may prove to be much less highway and In practically every Clemens home. Alice spied some Wayne in Hope Haven Jackson- You are hereby notified that a ;' ? !

cause: for Republican jubilation than might appearat patch in the county except ours! white violets.. She dug up a ville. We wish them a speedy suit 1'1hall \for,,I ." .' t I'

fust !I'hish. The reasons for this. of course, The few we have the robins are clump! and will plant them and recovery.Mr. been filed against you in thabove ... .
and Mis James Lavender named Court and cause and
are the vast implications brought into an unprec- getting and it looks now as ifwe'll see how they do. you are required to serge a copy of
Fr. of Jacksonville visited theirson I
have your answer or pleading to the
the l
situation due to the state of the PresitPIlt'S last berries to com- '
edented plaint on the Plaintiff/ i
ttornv
into A neighbor's cows into James Jr. from Sunday till .. ,,
considered come production. got our Cili.li\ l: i -t- .' I', :, M..nal I ,
health. It might be by some place last week, when we were Wednesday of this week. I' ,,,,Lm:; 1..1.- :IiMil, .. Kl..nd.l, t a
the porting thing to do to refrain from any men- and tituir original in the office oi
Speaking of robins and other all away and had a fine time
YOn.L J.OE the new JMirliriiok the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
health in the forthcoming ,
ti.m t of the President's birds lettuce, etc.
eating the berries, we saw eating cabbage fountain in
..mpaipn but such restraint would not makeit an idea new to us at Roy Lloyd's However they weren't in too )la..tl'lha.lt.puree-'sue| .,. Only S2J58 at jn'iis Bradford a I

any less an issue aery real and inescapable patch where his son Joseph was long, and did not do too much County Telegraph.oTifi\ ) FILL DIRT tl' A
issue woiking sawdust around the damage for which we are thankful. -
the plants. These folks have Can't blame our neighbor. \: : GOOD RICH
Indeed, the President himself, in his televisionreport XoTI<'K i- lifieliy pi\fn ft-r l.irl-, )
camphor balls in tin cans (threein for someone left a gate open. nn m.it.-,l.tI- ui.lx fur roof Mirf.ic.iiimattrial
to the :Nation lust: week recognized it as an .
fur im-t.il roof for I'nit X". .
each) in their field and this,
and devoted most of his time to an explana- 1. St.irK. St..t: .- KaiiiniM.nk.. '.
issue: they say keeps the robins out, Ed and Jessie Durban are backat .ruF'nd.t! K"i ..11'1111"I II. TOPseOIL sj7C tl4
t tmn of his present state of health, a descriptionof but not the lal ks. farming again at their new F'I.ruit6tt'' K.I.I MUM.llk>.'., I.O I'.
|- II"l! !I. \\:;In' II. Kl. .I
"\ : i\ M ml <
what he can and cannot do, and a pronounce- farm, located on the grade that :. ttlTJ '
ment that, in his opinion he is capable of carrying .We have been asked frequent starts at Oscar Carter's store. BILL JACKSON
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\ ( ': OK TOnic.isirit
1'1'IO
on the burdensome duties of the Presidency for howe like sawdust as a mulchfor Ed is very mysterious about his : rirniini \ mi': Jackson Transfer Company ,
berries and we have delayed planting N.itl' .' tier> ''v g ten that itiei.nder'it'it
another five years. answering fully, because wu plans'a .] u1 10 th-' \flr\ ., ,. Phone 165 1 i'' %. 1
The President says he is convinced of this in his .| ,4
wanted to see first what effect it Heard that the picking at Plant L '

i'Iwn mind, but the question now is whether the had on the soil the followingyear. City is about over with. They say .1111III dill .- ... - --
American people, familiar as most of them are Right now it looks as if that growers down thei-f try to - - - -
with the effects of heart disease can he convincedthat the sawdust instead of harming woik and re-fertilize the plantsto \ .

a Co-year-old man. who has suffered one the soil as some folks predicted, keep them producing, but that

heart attack can survive another four-year termin actually improves it. it seldom pays off :

the world's toughest job. Without desiring to We base this on the fact that S i H < tl i

be morbid but at the same time wishing to be the rotted sawdust has lightenedthe Saw a pretty sight at Raleigh \
soil, increased its water- Conner's farm. At the corner of House
realistic recall that history has Paint
no man
we
says
holding capacity and made it fat the fence by the road thenwas at'a
lived to be seventy years of age while occupyingthe easier; to work. We might add, a big Doric sow with a fine ,

Presidency If Eisenhower does so, with one too, that judging from the coloi litter of newborn pigs It was avery .

trike already against him. he will be the first. and vigor of our plants, the uniform litter GUARANTEED LI $ '

.
Under these conditions, the American people, rotted sawdust has! increased th( .. d
notably realistic in their approach to )politics, will organic matter or plant nutrients.Of Lots of farmers planting corn
(White
Only
)
course, the payoff will b? this week ants we saw one patch r:3 I \ '
recognize that a.ote for the Republican ticket : s&:
the crop of berries we pick Sf that is already up and growing ; .__ __.. '
might be as much a vote for the Vice Presidentto we'll reserve our final opinion on Looks like the laths must have :L. ..". lt -- ;

fill the. White House as it is a vote for the incumbent sawdust happens.: mulch until we see wha. missed that one.. QUARTS GALLONS '<<....' M.1-: : >! t. .U"Jt-- ,. I71""",, ",,"_.

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That is the reason it seems to us the Eisen- Haven't even got this year's 54.39 $1.49

hower renomination will in the long pull, cost the Not all the farmers in Brad- crop of berries laid by. and we I 3RKE

Republican Party as many votes as it actually ford County are using tractors.At are getting land ready for runners -
least one, Ossie Cason, still for next year. We've heard One of the season's! prettied coatdresses it could ,er> well
gains. More particularly is this true if the Eisen-
likes mules better. Said Ossie. that raising berries is a 13-month- Le the backbone of
your spring-into-summer plan U ah bib
hower running mate is Vice President Richard M.
"It costs too much to farm will a-year job but what we want to 69 '
Nixon, as now seems likely. To put it bluntly, in a tractor. I got two good, edu know is when is the 13th 5 GALLONS FOR $16. and collar marked by newsmaking embroidery, a skirl! ..

the words of the Milwaukee Journal, many rated mules and they make mone month! that fairly floats you on your war By Toni Todd in .

Americans with full faith in President Eisenhower Burlington's Dandy,beautiful! Llend of Emglaze'* cotton and

do not believe Nixon mature enough, or wise 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALONG Perry in Hampton from Friday orloo that' crease-resistant. Cruise blue, coral

enough straightforward enough to be Presi- until Sunday.The -E.--.'. -= -" lilac Sizes $JJ.i/i>
or BRIDGE farmers of this section are c- strawberry,turquoise or yellow. 10 to 18.

dent." Another outspoken paper, the Baltimore AND NEW RIVER enjoying the nice rains lately as
: A small
Evening Sun, refers to Mr. Nixon as a polit- most of them are planting and SERVICES deposit will hold any item in our Store

ical liability, both because of doubts as to his )(r... f:. A. Sapp.aaaaaaaaaa.aa..aaaaa. have already planted some. We CJ -- -- -- USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN

ability to take over the presidential office in the & .. had a nice rain Saturday morn- =BUILDERS SUPPLIED
event of an emergency and because his extreme ing, also some stormy weather. "THE STOKE

partisanship as a campaigner tends to alienate the lar Bro. Fred Dodd filled his regu- I hope all the neighbors aroundme C4S x$33 a4Jp R 0 B B I N S
very people to whom the President appeals most." appointment at Long Bridge who had electric stoves didn't OF VALUES"SSSr
Sunday. We were all happy to have my trouble Just as I .
In referring to the unprecedented situation the
have Miss Ann BH and :Miss started to bake my biscuits the
Atlanta Constitution the vice -
presi
says Reba the
Tompson of Children'sBtble current went off. So we had a
dency becomes all-important The polls show Mission to worship with us cold lunch. We later learned that .

that Richard Nixon is unacceptable as a presi Sunday night. They live near the wind had blown a large oak i
dential candidate. He is, therefore, unacceptableas Keystone Heights. limb on the line near Mrs. Lacy .
Vice President." Mrs. Lydia Johns of Raiford Johns' home, and about two hours r ;1 E I

Mr. Nixon i is still best remembered by thous- and two nephews, Bud and Bill liter, we had electricity again.Mr. tm .i t"
ands of Americans for his theatrical television Faulkner of Jacksonville were and Mrs. E. A. Fitzgeraldof :: ; 3
visiting Mrs. Julia Johns Sunday Savannah, Ga. were visitingher :;:
appearance during the 1952 campaign in which he
afternoon. Grandmother White- sister Mrs. George Anderson, r
purported to explain his campaign
away unsavory
head, who is 92 and lives with last week. <.
"slush fund" but in
reality, explained practically
Mrs. Lydia Johns in Raiford is Bobbie Crews, wire and baby
nothing but his devotion to the family pooch.If not feeling too well lately. daughter of Jacksonville spent

the GOP ticket next November is Eisenhowerand Grandma used to live in our the weekend with his mother

Nixon, we predict that many Americans who community and has a host of Mrs. Murlie Crews.

might otherwise vote another term for the Presi- friends and relatives who wish :Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yarboroughof

dent will be deterred by a feeling of revulsion at her the best of health. Raiford were visiting Mr. Yar- \

even the remote possibility of having Mr. Nixonin Mrs. Gerald Adkins Mrs. Jim borough's sister. :Mrs. Emily

the White House. That is the reason we predict Adkins and granddaughter Joyce, Moody, Sunday. We are all so i
of Hampton, were Friday visitorsof glad to know that :Mrs. Moodyis
the Eisenhower announcement will give the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody.We feeling well again after her A1 ,
Republican: much for in the so :: IB'flt
Party as cause grief welcome Mr. and Mrs. Mc- recent illness of several weeks. \ '
coming months as it gives cause for jubilation Cllean
from
Waycross. Ga. to our We are also glad to see Mrs. fUlst < ,e
now. little community. They are living Nan Moody up and out again. Car ACelerationIn ;
on the old Peg Johns place. She had an operation a few weeks Sports new ft'COrd
Mr and Mrs George Anderson ago in Gainesville A Ford T und" %(uction sports cars.

Lucy Case Strategy Backfires hauled) live stock to Gainesville O B. Moody is feeling much for American FIRst p 11. l1
}( '. \\
onda\ Mr Anderson is restingup better we are hanpv to report eed-dass 4A
How the professionals in the NAACP((National a bit from two weeks' carpenter since hIs bout with the flu. In top took top honors
Association for the Advancement of Colored Peo- work in Quincv Mr and Mrs Virgil Fipps' lit- Ford "Sig ; 4. m7:

ple) often defeat their purpose and do actual disservice Mrs Mary Snowden enjoyed? a M 4<- [:'irl 1 who has been dangerous- in the \Yt"uclwn P pa "'n.Ampcan 1 'VI :
visit with her sister Mrs Jeff 1- r11! with lox! law. !Is back home r a C I n C S.
to the race they presumably seek to serve cars.fIRSt lm rac8

was never better illustrated than in the Arthur- -- :;..-- '-- \.-.-;-,- :,- :_,.; -', .- -,.,;.:' ._-_._ .;. '...:.--.;:- ;-- ---_._-.; -;:. ,60-\le\ Convertible an d "nd

Inc Lucy Case Ford V8, 8 t nlionet Conv..rt-
Just when victory seemed within their grasp, r place In the ionshiP Rae.. t

with a Federal District Court ruling that the Ne NOTICE ible Champ fiRSt

gress must be readmitted to the University of I 8rfonnanc8

Alabama, her NAACP backers overplayed their In 0'l8r-oll pure Poa Manufactur"r'8Ford
won the consistent por-
hand in filing a suit charging university officials Award for the most

with conspiring with the mob that formed to prevent E\efy Person Who Owns Property in Bradford (ormance. r -

her attendance in classes there.
County Florida Should File A Tax Return and Apply
These charges were subsequently withdrawn .
but not until they had provided university officials For Homestead Exemption With The County Tax

with grounds for expelling Arthurine Lucy for Assessor On Or Before The First Day Of April, 1936:>

making "false defamatory impertinent, and scan .

:lalous"! charges. Following are the Classes of Property for which the

The very filing of the charges showed the bad
Tax Payer should File his Return TiThe
faith of the :Negress in the entire matter. The

fact is that she had actually been protected by

university officials the dean of women and the REAL ESTATE .

president's assistant at risk of grave dangerto
themselves. On the witness stand, she further YOUR LAND PLUS IMPROVEMENTS

disclosed the motivation behind her actions by

persistently evading questions as to whether the PERSONAL PROPERTY

NAACP was paying for the legal action. She said

she had received no money from Ole NAACP and STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE Ford V-S again showed} its taillight to example, Ford's new 225-h.p Thunderbirdall

yet she has no visible means of support and arrived competitors in the"Olympics"stock car engine develops more torque than any other

at the university in a Cadillac, accompaniedby EQUIPMENT & FURNISHINGS racing at Daytona Beach, Florida. engine in the low-price field. This means

an entourage. In short, her conduct at the MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK In blazing across the finish line Ford quicker response, smoother running in the FO RD

university and during the court actions was not demonstrated once more the sizzling perkind of driving you do! Just nudge Ford'saccelerator
formance that keeps it the largest-selling and u/joos/i.! You in instants
that of a sincere Negro girl merely seeking a bet- TRACTORS, FARM EQUIPMENTET pass
in the world. No other car in the field could when instants count!
ter education than could be obtained elsewhere. or ld'S alges t-e: II'matchFordforgetaway"git..forstraight. mg
CETERA Ford now offers this mighty 22.5h.p.'V
Thus in their
,
over-eagerness the backers of away acceleration for all-around roadengine with any Ford Fairlane or Station

Arthurine Lucy overplayed their hand again and Intangible Personal PropertyGENE ability. To see exactly how the other cars Wagon model with Fordomatic.What's more, Test Drire the V-8
defeated their purpose Once more i is demonstrated trailed behind Ford, see the chart at the top these engines are coming off the assembly va ,
!
the fact that integration, if it ever comes of this page. lines right now! So why wait? Come in today Champion .

will not be brought about by such tactics as those THIS I INCLUDES STOCKS, BONDS, MORTGAGES One of the secrets of Ford's performance for a Test Drive. Find out for \cmrself about

employed by Arthurine Lucy and her "friends." is the tremendous torque (wheel) turning Ford performance. Find outh\ Ford is the

,i' : ECT. power) developed by Ford engines. For8 with the biggest follow inn'
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HAMPTON ,i i I, Herbert March the Delores daughter 8.Cloversettle is an of eighth-grade Mr.of and Theressa pupil Mrs., KEYSTONE By Mary Kay Schaeffer HIGHLIGHTS Phone Keystone 4127 1 STATE I. MOre w more "bi4mOre 1f
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Ity Mrs. D. E. 111111A1111AA111AAA1111111111 I5y
i Shirley also in the eighth grade, Kejitcmei>niaii\ Club lteareIntcrr'.thrg Mat' h 1 AIN, pusent \\a. Father
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is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.B. .
Book Re\lewMis. Harold Jordan, pastor of St. ,
1:1>..(- Gregory Honored : L. Barnes of Hampton. Alien Graham reviewed \Viliiania and St. Edwatd'., in :Mr.: anj Mis. VulueskANN tffi I Iit

Miis Rose Gregory was honor- I I Work on the auditorium of the John Stembeck's teat seller, I Starke.It j' of Bottleneck, :

.u recently on her lath birthday 1 Hampton school has been completed "East of Eden" lor the Keystone was decided that at the next night guests ::
ith a party at her home near: l with the new flooring finished Woman's Club, at the J. G. Caldwell "
Heights
meeting, which will be at 10 a. m.
Hampton. Twenty-two young i and the chairs replaced, regular monthly luncheon meeting on the morning of Holy Thursday. The Caldwells ; PAGE Pure Strawberry:;; i I Ilt

attended the according to Mrs. Ola M. Perkins Feb. ::!S.Irs.. winter In '
eople party givenny I on Tuesday March :29:! each member will
her aunt, Mrs. L. L. Beden- principal. Graham's presentation" was well, bring, a finished article for the, route from PRESERVES 2 LbJar

'jtugh. i The Rev. Willaid: M. Jones, received by a gratifying large' sewing booth. At that time, materials Mr. and Mrs. i ; 59'1"
Aft. r the opening of gifts pastor of Hampton Christian audience. To make her report will be distributed to the low had as ;

ike and punch were served tone I Church, will resume chapel serv- more interesting she read a num-I' members for additional sewing. Wednesday .\& Our Finest QiulitjSAUERKRAUT
guests by :Mrs. Bedenbaugh ices on the first Wednesday of I ber of passages from the book, Work may be done at the meet- R. A. Barkley of
nd Mrs. J. S. Gregory. I each month; and Marvin Faile, which has also been made into a j ing, too. The date for the bazaar Mrs. G. E. Seer 2..1Ib cans 27c
Him At Baptist Church I pastor of Hampton Baptist movie.The. !I is July 7.Mr Cove Springs. o e .

"Facts of Faith," a Moody 1" Church, the third Wednesday each next Woman's Club meet- and Mrs. Joseph" Pawlikowski Mr. and Mrs -at APi- IOX.V FILL I'"KTOMATOES

Bible Institute film, will be shown I month. Chapel services had been ing will be a business meeting on and son, Jerry, have returned were in Lawtey Youll Snye ( 2..1Ib cans 21c

Saturday evening, March 10, at I|I discontinued when work on redecorating Tuesday: March 13, at one home from a 10-day trip to Wilmington I' their parents, :'
the auditorium was o'clock. Del., I I Wainwright I IIr T'S
Hampton Baptist Church, at 7:30P I where Mr. Pawli- and
m. begun. The Rummage Sale will be heldin kowski. a DuPont Chemical En- I C. Edwards. ; ANN PAKE FLAVORFUL TOMATO SAUCE
Special speaker for Sunday I Funeral services were held the Suslow building, next to gineer, went on business. I Mrs. Bob Kite j 2..8oz cans 25c

cervices: March 11, will be Dr. Wednesday Feb. 2S, in Jacksonville Keystone Jewelers, on Friday, Mrs.V.. J. Whitesides, who is Caldwell: spent on nxtxT Bible for Eugene Bias, 77, fatherof March 16. Mrs Mary Boat- a at t. Luke's Mr. I TOMATO
Sidney Cox, teacher, evangelist patient $ Hospital,) visiting ;
: and writer of gospel hymnsand Mrs Lonnie Melton of Hampton. wright, and Catherine Rose are is reported to be making satisfactory Stubbins and :\ | A & P SPINACH lIb can, 2 for 25c
Mr. Bias died Sunday, Feb. co-chairmen for the event this .
choruses. Members of the bins in
26, at the home progress.Mr. I I j A A 1' 01 K riXEM: QlLITY WHOLE
of his wherehe
nurch and friends are invited to son year." They will be in the build- and Mrs. Louis Kyle have Mr. and Mrs.
Cervices of the church both Saturday had been staying. The Melton ing On Thursday to receive any been entertaining their sister-in- have as their )i i SOUP S TINY BEETS 1 Ib can 15c

and Sunday. family wishes to thank those who donations to the sale. You don't law Mrs. R. W. Kyle, of Roan- Wallace's niece, j
Friday evening March 9, will expressed their sympathy to the have to be a member to donate oke, Va. this week. Gordon and A & P OIK FINEST: iJl'AIJTY

be the final meeting of the Annie family with flowers and cards. anything you happen to have Mr. and Mrs Merrill lams, of I Mary Ruth, of j APPLE SAUCE lIb can 2 for 25cA
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearsallare ; 1O/2-oz ,
Armstrong week of prayer for which you are not using. Anyone Indiana, Pa. were recent visitorsin Mr. and1rs.:: | 4 35C
home missions the parents of a daughter. who attended the sale last year
at the church at
the home of Miss Gertrude and daughter. j A I' FAM'Y HAU.IIXPINEAPPLE :
8 Mary Susan, born Feb. 17 at will remember that there were
schooles p.m Alachua General Hospital. I lots of bargains. Houser They are currently in dale their were JUICE 46 oz can 23cA
I Punta Gorda. and will return to parents. |
Delores Cloversettle and Shirley I Mr. and Mrs. Heishel Parker Girl Scouts to MeetIn Crews and Mr.
visit Miss Houser on their return 1' 01 K IIXEST AIJTY FRESH
left Monday for Flint Mich. Hereafter J & Qh.
:Melrose
Barnes represented Hampton! j Indiana. Whitfield. Mr.
to
trip
Elementary School at the countywide 1 where they will spend the next Because of the limited number came to get PRUNE PLUMS 29 oz can 29c
I Miss Gertrude Houser visit
few months. They expect to return ENRICHED
DANDY
spelling contest in Starke of Girl Scouts in Keystone who had been \ JIM
.! to Hampton next November. I Heights, Mrs. Fremont Tolles, her brother and his family, the BROKEN COX\'KRTEI: )
\ Mr. annd Mrs. Edward Saxon James C. Mousers, in Jacksonville grandparents for I i

J I and daughter, Gail, moved to Eau troop leader will, has now announced meet in that Melrose the, last weekend.In children Mr. and Mrs. QUICK RICE 25 lbs $1.79

I Gallic last weekend, where they number of girls last week's report on the spent )
where quite a Oleno Lake i i
plan to make their home. Clyde Melrose, February PTA meeting the fact near
Bass '
belong. Mrs. John riti>u :
Rhame drove load of furnitureto that Miss Houser's won the Friends of I
a Scout Leader. room
is the assistant I ffs"Ib
will
Eau Gallic to assist them in I Meetings are held) in the Trinity I j room-count was overlooked This been egret confined to to I GRITS 41c
the lot to the children, and
Robert W. NelsonFormerly moving.Mr. I Parish House, Melrose, every means a day because of
and Mrs William Knabb Monday afternoon after school. I your correspondent apologizesfor XIH"VANILLA

Of i I of Hampton Macclenny with visited Mr. last and weekin Mrs. I To St. I'lan William'ltar Bazaar Society Meets I the. and oversight.Mr. Mrs H.. Elwin Cooper ,I Godwin.the son of Mr. Lb Bag
LincolnMercuryDealer I'I'H.' B. Wiggins. Mrs. Knabb is I The ladies of St. William's Al- of Wetherfield Conn. stayed overnight 'I Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. I 5
sister." I were XIH'
Wiggins' tar Society met in the Recreation with Mr. and Mrs. Fremont ,
i Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Horne, Bill I Hall Thursday morning Tolles last Monday. The Coopersare I i of Mrs.Mr.Wells and is Mrs.Mr. PREMIUM SALTINES 1 Ib 25c
I Horne, Mrs. Betty May and touringthe state and visitingfriends
I daughter" Melody attended the ice; Cooper and daughter Claiinell of I II enroute. Mrs. Cooper and :'011'. and Mrs. TAU'O 1U.\:MSCRATCH>
In Gainesville show in Jacksonville last Thurs-j Starke, and Mrs. Clealon Rhodes Mrs. Tolles attended college in Jr. of Ventura.
I FEED 25 lb bag 99c
'day evening. :I of Cross City, who is visiting the ,Tallahassee together.We nouncing the Pillsbury Choc. Orange Spice
Is Now With I Mrs. George Williams and son, Coopers were visitors to GreenCove baby boy Mark
j are glad to see our Postmaster Feb. 25. .\ & P ALL rrwoxE: SAIL
Howell and Mrs. H. B. and Penney Farms The
Wiggins] Springs I
McGriff were Jacksonville visitors Thurs-I Sunday afternoon. Frank Walrath Jr. backon grandparents are CAKE DETERGENT Giant Size 49c
Mercury I'' the job. after a session at J. G. Caldwell.Mr. I'
|| Brannen of Hampton
day. Raleigh Riverside Hospital in Jackson.
Dennis Brannen of Lakeland I; drove to Lakeland Friday.Mr. I and Mrs. i t OL1> MEDALB1SQUICK

Miss Jessie :May Brannen of and Mrs. H. D. May went ville.Miss children were I II 20
I
package
MotorsCourt tow, and Mr. and Mrs. Bar-I I with Mr. and Mrs. John Eddy at Mary home Ann on Morgan vacation is from presently -I I guests of Mr.: a MIXES I E S oz 23c
I of Lakeland were weekend and son Elder Harry Eddy, to ; Anderson, sr. in
and Jefferson Sts. of Mr and Mrs. J. J. Brannen inj j 1 I Ithe Primitive Baptist Church at The Academy of the Assumptionin I'I Mr. and Mrs. I IJBIJY, MF.XXASAUSAGE
I
I Miami, where she attends
Hampton. j Etionah Sunday.Mrs. as their guests ,
: I
Phone 447 i Mr. and Mrs. James Broome.i P. A. McDonald and Mrs. !school. I;| Mrs. D. T. | 12-0 Pkg 2 4ozcans 33c
Mrs. Don Pangborn recently I i iJ
I and children" of Orlando visited Tom Howell of Albany, Ga. are Jacksonville. 3 89C
In Order To r.h-e Our Cus- ; the" Dan Johnson, Frank Williams house guests of M rs. Eynurj 'returned home from Riverside I J j Dr. and Mrs. ; \\I-sCOXMX COLOUKI;
tomers Up To The Minute, : and Arnold Haddock families in Pei kins. Mrs. McDonald is Mrs. I Hospital in Jacksonville, and is !I family moved into I I lb
Expert Service, We Have : Hampton for the weekend. I Perkins' sister-in-law, and )Irs.I recuperating nicely, from reports. day. They will FRESH CHEESE 41
Secured This Factory Mr and Mrs. Frank Hicks and ,! Howell is Mrs. McDonald's sister- I Her: daughter Donna (now Mrs. Gunber home on Ii I j ji
I Ed Moore i has home
been at
Trained Mechanic children were weekend guests at i inlaw.Miss. i I i Mr. and Mrs. i ii --
with 19
I t ivith her mother for several
the G. C. Cox home in HamptonSunday Lena Damon of Belmont, i i and family were j jt
Years Practical Experience. ,;I / u tveeks Mrs. Moore returned to :' Grade All Dressed and Drawn Florida or Georgia |
afternoon guests at the N. Y. visited from Thursday guests of Mr. i iI
her home in Atlanta on Wednes- t Fir'r
REPAIRS AND SERVICEON home of Mr. and Mrs. Avoryj until Sunday with :Mr.: and Mrs I': Johns in Starke.
Slado were' Mr. and Mrs. C. M.I j, John Parker in Hampton. Miss day.Mrs.. !I i for the dinner 2to3/bavg/ Lb
Kenneth Platt returnedo
ALL :MAKES Greene Mrs. MartMosley, and) Damon aunt of Mrs. Parker accompanied celebration of ; F FRYERS 39'S.H.
I I
t: Keystone Sunday, Feb. 23,
Mr ;'nd Mis. Joe Lucas and children the Parkers and :'011'. Mrs. John's '
ifter an extended tour of the U. ,
A MODELS: all I
M.ixvilleMr
of and! Mrs. Albert Morris to St. Kingsley Lake.
,: and Mrs. K. B. Vattersonof Augustine on a sight-speim trip 1 S.=; during the last two and om i i Mr. and Mrs: J. Extra Lean Western; Center Cut S I It. Extra Lean Sliced Canadian St\ii,-
I I laIC: months. :Mrs.: Platt, and her;:
Hampton: Mr and Mrs C L Sunday. afternoon lrMCGRIFF | as their guest i
j wo children. visited Christoffer friends in and Califor-Elizabeth in-law and : PORK CHOPS 45c BACON 8-0 pkg 49c

Mrs V. X Geiger I
ma, and in New YOlK, whom they
HOME OF I' had known in South America. I Mr. and Mrs G. S.R. Western Small Lean PORK SPARES S.R. Del. Hot Farm Style PURE PORK

I birth Mrs. Platt.thinks who the U.is S.English is a won-by and as weekend RIBS Ib 3Sc 3 'lbs $1.00 SAUSAGE 2 Ib pkg 49c

/ Mrs.
Delbert
derful place but was glad to get
King Size Trades back to Keystone. It is interest- I and of Montgomery Mrs. John R. Small Young Tender fap'n. Johns FRENCH FRIED FISH
ing to note that the Platt Tamil I
I is a sort of international family. i tertained Monticello.her sons. CALF LIVER 69c STICKS 310 oz pkg $1.00

Mrs. Platt an English woman,
I last Saturday -
1nIE AUTOMATIC married Austrian-born Kenneth daughter, :Mrs. D. S.R. Extra Lean FRESHLY GROUNDS Quick-Frozen Boneless FLOUNDER
Platt, an employee of the Du-
Pont Co. One child was born belt turned and to family BEEF Ib 3Sc 3'bs' $1.00 FILLETS 1 lib box 450

while they were stationed in
South America, and the second F.'eryone'OuJd
WASH ERS : was born during their time in i I come Mr. and ) R. Prem. Quality THICK SLICED Headless & Dressed Ready-To-Fry

Canada. Life for Mrs. Platt is j i and children Ibs Ib
I and David to BACON 2 69c WHITING 15c
t Iutl never dull and she hopes to
They recently
write a book someday, she says. I I
BlountstownMr
Mr and Mrs. Harvey Baxter ALLGOOD BRAND, CURED, SLICED, BREAKFAST
I '
and Mrs
pro planning) to move away soon. i iMr

Baxter is goingto: accept a ;: G Miami E. Crews were \'on i BACON 1 LbPkg33C LbPkg95C
w V- """It inn in Orlando.Ye hear I

.,. 'iiov [plan to sell their nice house i i -=- _...... ..________... ____"----_u'J'.V"w.,. .... ._
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M.nd! : Mrs. Dill Lee flew tot brook HilMMIome VEGETABLE
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,\ Mfr!!ii: last. week, where they at- pastel shade Only *r% .
Black
!ndod, the International Boat ford County : EyePEAS Shortening
REMOVES S'nmat: Dinner Key AuditoriumMr
and Mrs. Charles T. Oliver
:ii.t_.: '. <..-} SAND, LINT, SILT AND SOAP SCUM l h ivireturned to their home in DEXO

FROM YOUR WASH .\b :,11':1. ild.:: after a short vi-it DON'T
>:>,:
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::'. their Keystone Heights hoin- Jo O/.
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', :". Cleans and Recleans a Full Tub of Wash :* Ibs
Model WA Water 5 Times During Washing Cycle Mr. and Airs. Milton S. Crowellof 3 69'
Cambridge, Mass have returned for igc
150N to Give You Cleaner Clothes. Y19U 1
home after visiting for two HALF
weeks with Col. and Mrs. DavidA. ) olden Firm RipeBANANAS

Nelson at the Xelson home 0,". DETERGENT
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Lake Geneva. Other recent guest IHU-O-Home

I j I of the Nelsons were Col. Xel.;on'? Large Package

j I brother, Hugo J. Nelson his wife. \ ery SweetORANGES Turnip
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: Outside Only 30c up PEANUTS 39c for
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$ 9A50Bid W.Reasonable AGNEW Prices I Ia Fresh Fancy Green & 2 23C FOR ArTOLTH'W.SIIEns:

504 E. Brow-nlee St. Starke

POLE BEANS 19c A & P Large. Package


Family Size Cvei I Frozen Orange AD 31C
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Pushbutton Control Fresh Crisp Cello Bag JUICE

.k And Your Old Range RADISHES 5cJane FOAMINGCLEANSER;
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Units X I 6 OZ CAN
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARRE. FLORIDA i
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" " " Youth --
Program Slated UDC MembersAre

ByVoman's Club I II Entertained I Hospital Gifts i it


I Additional gifts to the :., ,v ,: ,w" '5OIiN'S\, ": J'
"OurYouth In ActIOn" ,_ .
a f
program "Education in the South, Before Bradford County Hospital a .': lat'kf1owlooged -" .

sponsored by the Youth;I the War Between the this week b> ; ., ':
c
Conservation Department of the!, States" was the program topic board of trustees. II III

,, Staike.Woman's Club, will be the I developed by Mrs. E. L. Matthews The Big Manufactunn.; f'I, I IF Y theme at the regular club meet-, at the of the W of Starke .
meeting and Siceloff Manufa. :u: SEE A HUNDRED OONT
Gladys 1I00tyPhone ing next \ViniM like to havt seen petite and Ai! H Wednesday afternoon at T. Weeks Co.
chapter U.DC. on ing of Lexington, N. C. sent KEEP LOOKINGFOR IT {
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35 3:30: o'clock Uvo-\eai-oct Josephine Harriett ('onnt'Llh'l ile and Car Naswuith
in the club house. ;: Wednesday afternoon at the homeof Fortunas checks totaling $S(3 for fiinshl1gtwo ON YOUR SPEEDOMETER: .
of Apalachicola being .
t Mrs. Dave Paulk, chairman of Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs BettCrawtord and children rooms.A iI
I --- Youth Conservation, and Mrs W Mattie Gahagan. crowned "Little Muss Apalachicolaof I and Ethel McRae Friday gift was also received from I 1 1I '

Ritch Celebrates lOver 200 B. '56" at the ceremony over evening I I \ I
J. H. Attend Mundy, co-chairman, will ; I
pre- Mrs.
W. B. Jr. fl'
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr.. president there last week the little Miss Mundy and :\b ; I Ir

Birthday With FamilyJ Woman's Club Dinner i;: sent ing on the and program outstand- conducted the business is a frequent visitor here at the The Oren Derkmans have moved Clair Jean Mundy for furni.-hin;; { ,11-, :
boys who have into their
girls
ex- meeting.The i! new home in Sara- a room :n memory of the late t M I: ---
I celled in the field of music voice, : home of her grandparents. Rev. toga Heights, and Mrs. Louise Mundy.A ( r 'J-:
H Ritch celebrated his birth- i A highlight on the Spring social :public Powell home was attractively and Mrs. R. E. MacBlam I :
speaking, leadership, entertainment Lmeham has rented the Payne $39.50 heck
'lay anniversary on Sunday with calendar of the Staike decorated with early spring was re.v.-.t.l L G
Wom- decked
| Josephine was out in a' !
etc. It is house at 1017 :: .
I a program I W.adIson St. from the Trail Ridge Social r' I IIf IL
H family gathering at the home|;: an's Club was the elaborate dinner that promises to be both enter-I J flower arrangements. During the, blue satin bathing suit for the ,I E. A.'inkler ig building a one tor the purchase of blood .n
a
,)t his, son-in-law and daughter, social hour Mrs. Powell and Mrs. I in |ue-
| held at the club house Thurs- ;J taining and educational. ceremony and wag competition I story building in the 200 block of sure instrument.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. Jahagan served a dessert COUl':,,,. with 50 other youngsters she ;,
last j Hostesses for the afternoon will N. Temple Ave.
day evening of week to raise
held
The picnic dinner was on received a crown and the to
funds for i be Mrs. Paulk, Mrs. Mundy, Mrs. ; keys II Edna and Bubba Wells cele- Boating EnthusiastistsTo
the Johns' lawn and enjoying the club-sponsored projects. I JuniorVoman's ClubMiss 1; the city (she wouldn't let them
W. E. Middleton
Mrs George, brated their 14th
i anni-
occasion with Mr. and Mrs. Ritch' A swank dining room atmosphere I II I I put the crown on her head -- she II ] wedding Organize ClubThere
Roberts Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. versary Thursday of last ,
and the Johns family were Mr. I was created in the audiI -I Dolores McKnight: was installed I just wanted to hold it)I. evening I'
George Flynn, Mrs. I. E. Clark. week with a dinner for 15 will be to for
party
and Mrs H. A. Durden and fam, an organizational you bring jour car u>
as president of the Junior Also another flash from that
'I torium by the use of tables seat- i
Mrs.
M. W. Lance, Mrs. A, E.I!
ily of Jacksonville Beach, ]Olr, I Women's Club in a unique cere- '1 corner of the State comes from guests at the Garden Restaurant meeting of boating enthusiasts M-rxice. it won't just *KKM: like
i ing two and four The ,
couples. McKinney, Mrs. C. H. Quick and I the folks
and Mrs. Morgan Richarde and ; I held : in the young were reallyrockin' Monday evening at 8 p.m. in the are' getting the Ix-st
I tables were covered with white Mrs Cula Coran. !! Irony Monday night ,, the former Dooley Davisrs.( you you
I i last Saturday night with Church
Episcopal
house
family of the State Farm, Mr. I cloths and centered with I i iiWMU I Woman's Club. Mrs. C. L. Scholl. i I i L. F. Smith, Jr.) that she has i parish to RILL IK-
and Mrs. W p Booras and family i j green I three parties being held Anne ,, form a new Starke Boat and Ski
of the Senior
Woman'sClub
: Mexican ; president returned to her home in DeFuniak
pottery vases filled with
j ; Luncheon I II Matthews a bop dance that Club.
Gainesville. Mrs. A.. A. gave
of !
served as installing officer. ,I Springs to convalesce after being I] '
Durden and Mrs. Grace Ritch and pink azaleas with burning pink I I I i Ii i iI ''I: : evening for 14 of her friends at' All residents have been m\'.!>"
j confined in the Walton ,
children Martha Susan and Jim-, candles centering the arrange-,i I The regular monthly WMU program Other new Junior officers installed coun-I,I the Matthews home the BHS to attend, whether boat onej! e
at this time were: Mrs. R. ty Hospital for a week
ment. The buffet tables in the ,
of Starke.Elementary. : and business luncheon was Junior class held a Sadie Hawkins not and a number of prompt r
my sunroom held artistic arrange- ,',I S. Mulhns, vice president; Mrs. :': goes on to say she is feeling} lots |I
held at the church Tuesday noon dance at the American Legion ,, local sportsmen are expei'ube '1
Harry M. Hatcher Jr. recording bettor but still has to remain in'
ments of pink azaleas, and five- J, with the president, Mrs. W. B.j! i Hall where the 75 bopsters were present.
PTAThe secretary Mrs. Curtis Malone, :' bed. |
;
branched silver candelabra atl:> Mundy Jr., presiding. After luncheon I decked out in dungarees or Ber-
each table further enhanced thecharming corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Hear that Jim (IJ.li.l and'!; VOl 'IX iAVE; the .
the Doris Knight Circle presented muda shorts the hall was rte\\ J>; trrImmk at.
Elementary PTA will meet M. A. Payne, treasurer. Isabel Ritch have sold their home'on
setting. Large silver'trays dfaukins'theme 11II""ill' fountain fnpastel
the program under direction decked out in the Sadie pens
Tuesday evening March 13 at t Lii
held sliced turkey, chicken, '' of Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, assisted I The following new memberswere I Kmgsley Lake to Lt. Cora. with bales of hay used for shades. Only $' 4X at Bra.lfurd -

7 30 o'clock in the school cafe- ham, shrimp, vegetables and a by Mrs J. T. Lawson. Mrs. unanimously elected into the and Mrs. Glen of Norfolk, Va. benches Claude Johns and County Telegraph./ -

'orium. variety of salad The hostesses ;i J. R. Kelly, and Mrs. Dave Paulk. club: Mrs. Thomas Carey, Mrs Com. Glen is connected with the! Barbara Bunch chaperoned The I

The second grades will have I served coffee and tea when the i) After a solo by Miss Helen Haines. Richard B. Cauffman Mrs. James Naval Training program at U. of! affair that same Saturday ,,

charge of the program and the guests were seated, and also a I[ and choruses by the Sunbeams I L. Chitty, Mrs. Glen Conner, ;\Irs'l F. and Mrs. Glen a registered I evening. Arthur Holliday entertained -
'
first grades with Mrs. Stanley I choice of desserts at the conclu- Mrs. L. N. Pickering closed the Mack S. Futch, Mrs. Lola Garbett, nurse. will continue her dutiesat 20 of his friends from the

Noegel as chairman, will serve the meal. Mrs. L. H. Harper Mrs. Jimmy the Jax Naval Hospital '
stun of ; meeting with prayer. 6th grade at a St. Patrick's Day
.
refreshments :i: The dinner was served at two I McRae, Mrs. Owen Moxley, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Patch will make!] dance at the Haynes cottage on

different hours, from 6:00: tol] The Annie Annr.trongCircle met Drew Reddish Mrs. L. D. Whittle, '; their home in one of the Eveiett Santa Fe lake the guests; pr- i

'" -- 7:15: : oVlotk and 7:15 to 8:301: Tuesday night with Mrs. J. E. and Mrs. Joanne York. Mrs. Drew McKinney apartments on X.j! joyed barbecued hamburge;'.-

i o'clock. During each hour, a delightful Wall. Mrs R. O. Dansby had Ratliff and Mrs. Dan Stone were Water St.Sorry cooked over the open pi; and!

D EBIC program was enjoyed by charge of the program and was I' received as transfers from the Live' to hear that W. R. Strick-I danced throughout the pvemnpchaperoning

n'\ the diners. Appearing first on the : assisted by Mrs M. II. Sheppard j Oak club. land!, manager of Hart Furniture, !, the party were

STARKE program was the Rotary Club I II Mrs Bill Haas, and Mrs. J. H. I Mrs. Don Neel. Mrs. M. H. is seriously ill in St. Vincent's1 Art and Hope Hollidav and Katie

i Barbershop quartet composed of Deas. Plans were made for pro- Sheppard, Mrs. Myldred Cuttino, '(i ii Hospital and Gerald Hart and Nookie Waill\ right on

Sunday Monday, Tuesday ;i Gilbert Newcomb, Charles Quick, vision of the adopted child that the i i Mrs. James Blackshear, and Mrs. of Jax co-owner of Hart Furniture Thursday afternoon, Jimmy Yawn''

March 11, 12, 13 | Junius Smith and George Hug-I circle supports in the Baptist Chil- Edgar: Cottle were hostesses for ,: was seriously injured in an'' celebrated his 5th birthday with:

DOUBLE FEATURE'I| gins. The quartet was introduced'I i ii dren's Home. the social hour which concluded II automobile accident in Jax Satur- a small party for neighboring

River Of No Return i I by A. J. Thomas, Sr. and accompanied ;! I i the meeting. day evening he is confined in friends, and this Sunday Ruth

at the piano by Mrs. i The Brownlee Circle met Monday i I :I the Baptist Hospital happy j and P. D. Reddish are having a
'
TECILMCOLOR Lloyd Green. Also on the program : night at the home of Mrs. I.I Cub Pack 70 ': to hear that Leone Lee is home family dinner and birthday celebration -
\\iih Marilyn Monroe Hubert
were soloists Bobbe Bastedo, j Raymond Howe with Mrs. F. J.I!I from Riverside Hospital and is ;( I for son, Vernon. who will

Mitdiuni and Rory Calhoun Barbara Matchett, Myron Pre- ; Pellum as co-hostess Mrs. Orie ; Over 100 Cub Scouts, parents, convalescing nicely and Dr. i, j 1 be 22 on Mar. 11, J. S. Sapp who

ANDPARIS I watt and Sylvia Paulk. They i iI Wiggins, leader, conducted the and visitors attended the Pack 70' Herlong returned home last Friday ,will be 75; on Mar. 11, and Drew

MODEL I were accompanied by Mrs. Ralph : 'business session, after which Mrs. meeting Tuesday night in theI I from the Baptist hospital I I j ]Reddish who is 82 on Mar 9.

With Marilyn Maxwell & Paulette Knight and Miss Babs Lance i 'Willie Mae Denton and Mrs. Ernest Methodist recreation' building. Den ,, after a three-day checkup Seems :o h<> all for now .

Goddard Gene Xorman amused the guests :Phillips gave the final review of Two presented a skit in which the hear that Linda Rosier got tired' Jee, you in the next / iLH

Plus Color Cartoon for Children I with two monologues. M. C. :the mission study book. I members gave their impression of of the measles so gave them to ,: Cat ol\ -i

Thompson's BUS six piece oro! I a radio panel discussion. her sister, Patty noted that a7

Wed. Thurs. March 1.1. 15; I' chestra with vocalist Carol Ann Circle Notices i j Dr. Florence Jennings., county'' Art Holliday was back on the

DOUBLE FEATURE Pickett, who call themselves the I WMU Circles will meet next youth counselor, operated the projector ,, 'job Monday after being confinedat

Florida Footlifters, were seated't'week as follows: for showing a color film on i home last week with neuritisJames :

THE BIG KNIFE I on the ';..ice which was decorated i Doris Knight Circle, Monday Yellowstone National Park. Mrs. Douglas is getting Ids It rJ Ell ifs '

With Jack Palace & Shelley with a background: of dog-| night at 7.30 at the church with I W. R. Miller sang 'Trees," accompanied :, along i as well as can te expected SAVE YOURSELF YOUR CAR YOUR DOLLARS

Winters I wood :Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, hostess. i in the VA hospital in Lake City PARKING PROBLEMS
sprays. i at the piano by Mary DOWNTOWN ARRIVALS NO
AND As the food, preparations and Ethel Biggs Circle will meet Catherine Waimvright. i| 'where he is confined following NALPLEX41AO

TITANICWith '|'s..rving1'1"1.' furnished bv club I j':Monday night with Mrs. J. D. Sey- Foster Shi Smith, committee I his automobile accident last week

members, and the talent <>n the! :Jprogram niiour. | chairman, held a short meeting| and little J. Roy Chasteen if LBWil" Onej.\ One Way
Cliftonel.l.uiul Barbara I after having Jacksonville SI.O i () !SI $1.00
donated by the musicians Lottie Moon Circle meets Monday with the Den Mothers during in jetting I along nicely Petersburg?

Stanwyck the Finance Committee night with Mrs. E. L. Mc- termission. : 1 his adenoids and tonsils removed ,, Orlando :uo Tampa 3.33;
Plus Color Cartoon for Children .
clare! the dinner was one Of de-I'Knight. I' Refreshments were served by i in St. Vincent's on Monday.Congrats W. Palm Beach !j.lO:{<) Miami 7.75;
A. W. rind Mary new Acrylic Latex
to
drinks'
successful financially!
most Den Three mothers, with
Fri. Sat March 16. 17
Calif.
I Ventura, 1'liis lav:
rsocialy! that the club has everattempted. being donated by James Lawson. ,;i.J,> Anderson in
DOUBLE FEATURECarnival WCTU Meeting I baby boy. Mark flat wall finish
adopted a
1\'ho
Pack enrollment is steadily increasing -
For FAST SERVICE Ship Packages by Greyhound
I ( Feb. 25th. 1ST:>6 our
StoryAnne OVP200: guestrfnjoved the Discussion of Youth !: and Den Eight will be '(Charlest: born .
Temperance I daughter, Jane. ODORLESS DRIES FAST Express SAME.\r ARRIVALS to nearby cities.
lUxter and tee Cochran dinner and program duringthe Week, March -1-10, highlighted :' formed as soon as another Den their I adopted EASY CLEAN-UP WITH WATER
'' Feb. 21
AND evening I. : the meeting of the local Mother will volunteer to serve'I vas a year old on discharged ,' LOVELY COLORS
I t until Dec. 1. Weekly Den | ]I ear that James Phillips was 'a Greyhound; Terminal
WCTU held Wednesday afternoon ,,
Blue Canadian Rockies
Feb. 2Sth '
St. Martha'sSt. are discontinued during June, i( from duty TVniplernue
of last week in the Tabernacle | ings a
With GENE Al'TIJY and August. I from MacDill Field Tampa after IMi.mc 147..IH
July
chapel 1 with Mrs. Jennie Thoin-
plus Serial Chapter 2, and Color Martha's Chapter of St. quest, presiding. Plans were madeto 4 I years' service he wife. Betty

Cartoon for Children met in' Ann, and, baby are moving to I
I Ial k's Episcopal Church 1 distribute copies of the Govl'nor's WSCS Circles i i ; he will
the Parish House Monday. The : Maron, Ga. shortly where
I proclamation urging the I I' cJAS
railroad work SgtHarold
president. Mrs Stanley Noegel. cooperation of churches, :;schools Circle One of the Methodist J resume his
inalif.
londm'tcd the business meeting, at 10 :1 : Davis landed Sunday
:and private citizens in the ob- WSCS met Tuesday morning ,
when plans were made for the an- ,servance.It o'clock in the educational building (C? after 31 months' duty in

nual Silver Tea on Wednesday, !" with Mrs. T. H. Slade as hostess. ;Japan he called his parents.

April 4, from 4 to 5:30: p.m. I was reported that telegramswere Mrs. E. L. Matthews announced the (the: II. K. Da vises, Monday evening -
I sent recently to members I
while en-
Hostesses for the were to be :J from Arkansas
meeting study course given Monday
of the House
and Senate in Wash j Coo
Mrs Mattie Gahagan, Mrs David March 19, at 10 o'clock. Mrs. C. I route to Fort Jackson, S.
'sC I I ington protesting radio and television .
Cottle. and Mrs. H Prescott. I D. Williams, Florida conference +,here he will be discharged \ ,IN
.O'lEPJ\SED
advertising of alcohol and i .
home Saturday
i i
expected
I. I secretary of missionary education, s

k\ Ladies' Council tobacco. ; will review the book. A covered:. 'loted that Mead Lewis and

1 i i dish luncheon will be served at I Robert Filce leported for induction LOOR

BrowniesThe I '1 in Jax on Tuesday and ,
Members of the Ladies Council of noon, and all women of the church -
the First Christian Church met r I I are invited. i j'Mrs. '1 Pay and Ervin Andrews called pOSTeeYO

I local Brownie Troop will Sinclair the devotional I I heir: parents from Reese AFB. ,
in Clyde gave \
Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock \ 01115
J JIthe meet with its leader afernoon. '
Tuesday
and. >>
church with Mrs. Middleton and Mrs. H. C. Bitch had rexas on Sunday evening \\
1: March 13, at 3 o'clock in;: I alked< to both families, the Reddish -
of the
Prevail assisted by Miss Elaine charge program. i !
: I
I Starkei
:Irs.
Betty May's room at Andrews and Dave Paulks.
Rolson and Miss Alice Fay NewIman. ,
,elementaryschool.. Circle Two met Monday afternoon it the same time over the Paulk's
presenting! the program.
THE SLOWEST AND THE MOST 1 at 3 o'clock with Miss Annie ,1 telephone extension line.
Mrs W. L. Andrews, president,
HELPLESS AND DEFENSLLLSS OrANIMALS. ]Beta Sigma PhiThe Darby and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. See Alice Anderson hostessingit .
.IT appointed a committee to plan
WILL HANG FOR a1 I C. 1) Williams and Mrs. Titus Olson the Garden Restaurant now
HOURS IN THIS benefit supper early in May. STARKEHARDWARE ,
: POSITION"i_ Beta Sigma Phi soroity will presented the program following ;and, Lucile Godwin is steno-mg

meet at the home of Mrs. the business session conducted' :
I Joseph I for a few weeks out at Humph !

D. Warren in Pinehaven subdi- by the leader Mrs. E. K. rerryman. ':, .reys among those attendingthe CO: _

i1 At4 '. 1 It t ,\'isionIonday night at 8 o'clock Ice Vogues show last week

with Mis Myldred Cuttino as CHi i I Were Robert and Barbara Barks- H. C. Hitch, Owner
I
Wt'l I' Circle Three met Monday afterJ J -r
hostessAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI 'dale and Clara and Ressio Colson Starke. Fla.That's .
noon at 3 o'clock! in the educational<
\\'t'clol's'.Inight.'! and Vivian _
on
J.I
-' -,-' ------' building with the leader, Mrs. V Lunmas:
---- -" i- W Andrews as hostess. Miss Kate .

Struth and Mrs. Jack McComb had invites all liU friend anilsupporters
Our Business
char of the program.
ASS If It's Class We Hare It! to comeisit

WSCS Circles CALL WRITE or VISIT with him when he is in
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I Cncle Four of the First Meth- Joe Peters Glass Co. i tli< areas at HIP times

1 1I I ",dist! WSCS will meet in the rec- I

1I I I! reation building Monday, March FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe shown.
=- will beMrs.
:J 12 at S p. m. Hostesses Fronts
Modern Store
I i ... \\'. R. Miller and Mrs. Sarah Design
I \::- Hunter. Just Mail Us A Pattern for
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SATURDAY, MARCH 10
I II 1 fCHARLEY Recent Births 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

I Arrive Depart
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i' Mr and M is. H. C. Crews of Lake Butler ;3:43 P M.

tl r. Clearwater announce the birth ofa Starke 6:00 P.M. 6:30 P.M.

J&1 ::son Michael Dennis, on Feb.
-Alft MacCIenny 7:30 P.M. SOOP.M.FULLER 1.
E. JOHNS & SON 24 in Martin Plant Hospital. Mrs

Crews is the former Thelma HUNDREDS

about this Thomas of Starke. The baby's
question
.., ..' $ A( paternal grandparents are Mr.

A real "pick up and go" billfold for omen. ) ply 1 In I 'and Mrs C. R. Crews of the of aetails are managed and economic- ,

Oodles. of r ell! organized room for cosmetics, Salt ctLihed coohidem I I With the many reports of State Farm. ally attended that only a trained and WARREN

charge plates, phctos, passes, and sma'lN '! let PondM Butter talc ems! _.Sur-PeR I theft and embezzlement, I careful organization can attend when \\b; Ie for IS Fo RMaintaining
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour R. March t :
change. Zipper pocket for currency And flu. I II sometimes feel that personalhonesh' announce the birth of a son the urgent need for serving is at 1 .vgrtgatiun -

I as a virtue is becoming -
David Alan on March 1 in St. hand.
t i tarnished. What kind of Vincent's Hospital, Jaccksonville. I
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bonding policy is most suitable FULLERWARREN j r U l L E
Mrs Marco son re-
; i I Id for ?mall businesses turned to their and young home on the DeWITT C. JONES Fair KeapportionijjtiitIncreased

LJi HEk I Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. i
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the first the
State Farm road of ,
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A I. .Q, A tpOCK>u. A IK Funeral Director ServiceOur
...*otabl* KanJfJ! anent. .og functional l cc 0 I If I Exemption
Charley E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylor
of Starke announce the birth ofT | local funeral home enables na to offer convenience anA forGOVERNOR

f daughter Beverly Carol. on services not otherwiaa available. More Public S<'hool..

Mar: 5. at St. Luke's Hospital. .
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I 1I & Son AgencyPhone Bryant Mark
. STUDIO AND GIFT SI+OPr
We furnish the service at lowest &nQ
'fand Mrs A W AndersonT highest type prices State Campaign Mgr.

,1 T- (, \'o'ntllr''a'"" 'n'te' accept A.tiY. life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY. C. H. Sammon, Jr. Suloj.d to May lrno-

13 Starke Fla.TYTYYTYTYYTYTYYYTYTYYYYY. ,'. ., ,',,1. 0;' < r,' .....,.....(':'1'" company:! as payment in pan or in full on a funeral 1
State Campaign Trca d." ,:, ',' ,.. 'Ir;: t L Consultation carries nc ocl1gatfon t

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FKIDAY, MARCH 9. 1956
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-- -r. : Mrs. George Flynn Jr. and children : Comer Perr>man of Jacksonvillewas I County Agent Warns DF.f) tX R.\l'Tl'T CIIl'KCH NOT UK (>r IXTKMION MtKK : i
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II \1'1'111 \ l to\ Hilt 1'1\ \l. u t!" "
of Tampa are spending a few home for the weekend. 111"111Ut.E: :1 i 'Ii i: : .:i.! : G;. L. .. !
I Sen and Mrs Johns Cattlemen Farmers Sunday Sihool 10 am Morning (I'ruhace law Inns i'':. 'i.t Jadatu l lI'Iawty 1-" :
with Mr. and Mrs. Sr. Charley .
days Flynn ,
Jm ;:; ( ; : ..i ,: ; :
i, Worship: 11 am. Training III Court (K I he Count; Juilf.llraillord Judge Irtdf.ld; :'.'
itta& Mr. and Mrs Marvin Andrews are in Orlando from Wednesday Against Brucellosis < Union 6:30 Servue
01 Ozark, Ala. spent Thursday to to Saturday to attend the County pm. Evening ida.In 7:30 Wednesday I'rolialrIV 1 .h-" hi'pt- n" aI"! '.1 -'. *'
night I
i-:tturd Y with their son-in-law and Commissioners convention. On LJiuiflloHo' Bang's disease: p.m. !.'- 1 HP 1 I"0. .' ;.K'- ., -'0"1. ..>. \!l.: I
i will be in Sanford; Prayer Service 7:30: p.m Rev \1! u I:' T.1'I IIn !-' I, i' : 1
iI daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Friday they to slice the i i1'
iI I i in tut: a big Horn Tmby Parrish. All. %\ IIIMII It Ma 0* 1onrrrnI : .. :
pastor.
I I Dansby.Mr. attend the dedication of French make from: beef \ \ \i
pn-iits you your I
IN THE NEWS and Mrs. James Phillips were Avenue and the banquet following. rattle! warns County Agent G. T. ', .\ : S, i
I in Macon. Ga. the weekend 'I Mrs. W. S. MeAliley and children This \I! ? ;v. ,
over I Hiiggms. disease is just as :nnn: TO .prn\n
.. A r'A. .1 will return home Monday after a i' ... ., _
on business.Mr. damaging and devastating in In Circuit Court Bradford County :. : :'. _-" r -'- ,'- _--.1\: -_ -.._-"", --. _,h '_'!!J<;-c.j_ 4;< ,i\t"-\ _. !I
Mrs Eftie Johns and son, Freeman Mr and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and and Mrs. E. I). Tenly went j tend.'l'isit with her parents, beef cattle as it is In dairy cattle. { Florida In Chancery. -
)lr. and Mrs. Willis Ivey in 'I %II iRddliMit! ""1'1.11I'. I'.urJ.m. : ,:
spent last Saturday shopping family spent Sunday with Mr. and to Atlanta over the weekend to I Dr. Charels Simpson. FloridaAgricultural
I GracevilleMr I! ."- U 1I"I.k.u1).fd"l..IV .
in I.ake City.Mrs. i Mrs. U. D. Dyal in Hampton and'| visit their son, Sonny, who has Experiment Station .
I and Mrs. H. Slade Sr. and Ci T.
:Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bloss Lake that the
Gertrude Garland and in been ill, at Georgia Tech. veterinarian points out \nllre To Appear.T .
Lois Diddell of Jacksonville were Butler. I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen and family spent the weekend in At- cattle that suffer from this disease -I I Jan.K.. Hnpk.nv.h.."

visitors at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding and children and M. L Johns, Sr. I lanta with the junior Slades. may show these symptoms: re'ul' u. r .11I.1..a.tIJ-.. s I' I'ai.: ,, ,u
You are h r Ly notiried mat a
Mrs. Merrill Struth returned Dedicated To Service
Mrs J. T. Quigley Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond droveto j spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. I Retained afterbirth, prematurecalf I suit forItlMifi Community -
home Wednesday after a three-day I "!lorl1'8 Are Better Than 1\: ('r"
noon. Mrs. Jennie Thornquest returned Jacksonville! Beach Sunday af- Wayne Douglas in Jacksonville and birth, shy breeding and often *
baa been filed against you In the
home with them after ternoon. also visited the Jacksonville Zoo. I check up in St. Vincent's Hospital. sterility. I !above named Court and cause and

visiting in Staike for the past I I Mrs. W. H. Howard and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mundorff How do beef cattle contract your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

two weeks.M. Marianne and grandson Jeff spent the weekend with relatives in I Azaleas 296; for $1.50 brucellosis? Huggins says cattle on the Plaintiff's AttorneyJ eat ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
Bill Plummer has returned Tavares. Sistrunk's Feed and Seed Store. most often get the disease from linnaM iihn.; U't Smii'i' lade: .
Sgt. of Springfield Ohio were guests Ja' k>-.n\ ill. 2, Florida!
from 18 months overseasduty several days last week of Mr. and I:I Mrs. J. R. Kite and Miss Frances I Mrs. Charlie Meyers and daughter contaminated feed and water. and file IturlKl'ial in me office of SATURDAY 1.\Ut'1I10 norBl.IFE: VTl'RK :,
Etain, France. He anMrs. Sandi, of Southern Pines, S. Flies and gnats .- which often the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Mrs. Paul
in Dinkins. The Hutchins' i Caldwell of the State Farm spent i I brfor.' the 'J day nf Api.l" 1 '"
Plummer will visit his mother daughter, Karen, celebrated her the weekend in Tallahassee with i C. are spending this week with crawl and feed around eyes, noses, otherwise the allegations of said e' 1 -- .
B. Plummer in Miami : her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Junius vulva and teats of cattle carry Complaint will betaken all confessed F
Mrs. M. first birthday last Saturday. I Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. NOBODY
before he reports to his new assignment Mrs. C. A. Caw and son, Pete. I Mrs. Donnie Moore, Mrs. Thelma : Smith. Mr. Meyers wlil join his I the disease germs from in- I This by you.notice shall be published DRAWS THAN FASTER... --' 7 ,1 i
family this weekend.Mr. each week for four eons u'U'I' :
animals clean animals. once
ROTC instructor fPC ted to
as an I of Vallejo, Calif. are spending Steele, and Mrs. Gladys Canova of I liradford County
week In the
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at Emory University, April '1. several weeks with Mr. and Airs I Gainesville were Sunday visitors of I and Mrs. W. H. N'ollman An infected bull may also spread Telepraph.Iiat. ;; t
in Jacksonville visiting .l this .1.' "f Mr i RASlERSOfij: :
were Monday >
After the end of the present I P. D. Fancher, Sr. Mrs. W. B. Mundy and family.Mr. i brucellosis. Contamination can (OFF1CIA1SEAL- ,) Oharies. A. lariiy f7t"e
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school term, Mrs. Plummer and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and and Mrs. George Bolden of !j Mr. and Mrs Crosby H. Dai\k- be brought onto the farm onvisitors' Clerk of the Circuit Court : J I
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him at ins. Mr. Nollman left by plane shoes, and dogs and other By Marian L. Crosby. Uenntv .ClerkGORDON'S 'wt
their children will join family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Opalocka spent the weekend with : 0P1 WQ IP
Emory. I, Crews and Mrs. O. W. Barry in Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. The !| for several days' business trip in small animals often drag! partsof !

Mr. and Mrs Harry Rabb had I Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. I Boldens carried home their baby ;i Washington D. C. I aborted calves onto the pre- : ,1 .: ; 1r'
I ![ Friends of Mis. Bert McMaines ] I Y
as their house guest last weekend I and Mrs. Raymond Harris ''I[ daughter who has spent the past I mises. I\A. m e'-
i will! to hear that she confined -
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Mrs E E. Ake of Jacksonville. I and Mis. J. E. Harris of Fitzgerald three weeks with the Smiths.Mr. regret I The County Agent declaies 'hat TIPSi ,u'" '
Mr Ake and their children joined I Ga. were Sunday visitors of Mr. I and Mrs. Richard Ray and | to bed with illness. I no cure is known for brurellciMs GEORGE n '
Mrs. Oren Welch of MONTGOMERY acKhlcutol. '
| Mr. and 'i
Mrs Ake for the return trip Sun and Mrs. I. G. Harris I children of Jacksonville were visit- but infection of the herd tan bo
i Dade City will spend the weekend r cuimx Kent
I Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp on prevented by following these precautions -
day.Mr. ; I I
with their daughtf'rIrs. M. 1. l
and Mrs T H. Slade Sr. and were in Jacksonville Sun.dY'islt- j Wednesday.: : artCton"and 7 lit't."nal
j I .. I Lawson and family. Plus "Truce Hurts" ( Chapter
daughter Joanne, will spend next ing Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk i Mrs. Mary McDanicl of Atlantawas I Isolate newly purchased animals s-
week viewing the missionary work I and family. I the guest last week of Mrs. 1 Azaleas 29i-; fi for $1.50; i and have them tested to he
other I Sistriink's Feed and Sd :Store. 1 Sunday, Monday and TtJ{' da\' March 11 1-I ? t'>
it. Cuba. They are joining I Mrs O. L. Haynes, Sr. has re : Steve Weldon and family. Mrs. : 1I I sure they are not affected.

Methodist Laymen on the tour. Turned home from six weeks visit !, Weldon and son, Steve took Mrs. I Paul Knight spent last weekend i Consider all the ways that cattle Y -

Mjr. and Mrs J. A. Scanlan McDaniel to Winter Park on Mon- with his mother, Mrs. D. E. Knight. brucellosis. and

: at Vint Hills Farms station, War- ''day.I ''He returned Tuesday to Fort I'do everything can contract possible to eliminate !- 1 aI

1 rington, Va. I Mrs. Charles Fields and children : Lauderdale, where he has been methods of infection t
I these
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Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley of Wayne and Carl, of Jacksonville I ,vacationing for the past month. I!, Contact veterinarian furt,1! <'eI ylHAP e

IFYOU i Jacksonville spent the weekend I are spending a month with her I Mrs Laura Mosley and Mrs. I in doing so.lememter. s
with their parents Mr. and Mrs parents11'. and Mrs.. O. W. Sallie Tison had as their guests -I
I a blood test i IS the
Robbie Shaller of Starke and Mrs. White, Sr. Mr. Fields will join last week their niece, grand nie e,
Hattie Collins at the State Farm. his family on weekends. and great grand niece, Mrs. only reliable means of detectingthis !

Mrs. Tilley and baby remained at Agnes Lawson of FSU and lass- James Massaro, Mrs. Charles disease in farm ar.imals Tc FROM WARNER BROS m CINEMASCOPE AND WARNERCOUOR
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AREFIGURING be the herd j is fiee of .I c U r S
the Farm for a week's visit. mates. r.lamellkE'l., Sybil Morar I Morgan, and Corby Alonzo all of positive tae"f JACK SERNASasPans SIR CEORIC HARDWICKET
the PODESTAaswe/e
brucellosis, must have ROSSANA
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Noegel and I i'and I' Reed Donaldson of Mercer I Tampa.Mr. you < 55W3Gt1NIS ROBERT DOUGLAS IORIN THATCHf R ?.";' '.,. rOjCl
I tested AMP BAKER-
family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H I University, spent the weekend with and Mrs. Fred Clark of animals ; \" '' JOHN TWIST and HUGH CRAY Directed 6j ROBERT WISE V
Screenplay by
futuie we
Noegel Sr. at Cedar Key on Sun, Bill Morar, and Reed Donaldson I Carlton City, Mass were recent I "In the very near 'ount\-I \' \\on't !)(' confused \
day. i] of Mercer University, spent the visitors of Mrs Lucina Clark on plan to carry out another ( -I
I List yon try Mm lair I'uwer-X Plus "Fin FfoinjT l'artoon"1ledneaday
testing your
wide program
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Michael Andrews of Wesconnetl. weekend with Agnes' patents, Mr.and De.ssent Road.
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nofor this test. Iine., The Gamilinp with
spent last WE'E'kith his uncle and!l 'I' Mrs. H. A. Lawson. I tattle with us

aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby,, Mrs. Alton Moore and family of \ Extras Horse the county agen: saId. Rocket Fuel ljiti\e that makes Thursday Friday March. 11 13: K;
ONBUYING Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner and Willacoochee, G:!. were. weekend 30,000 for qiutker starts, better ----- -" --

i children and Mrs Sam Andersor,L gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk. ':,In Cinemascope Epic 'Court Records mileage, smoother running and HitchCuckSHIH"Y slyly rTIIX S 1111Ader Witfl{/ j''etpe.r I : "

visited the zoo at Highland Sunday .. Pamela Fay Lawson arrives t'leaner burning. ramanct? and dnusu3)) ) tWIsts;
Bradford :
Reflect !
I afternoon. I home today for a ten-day spring The siege of Ti oWith his StA
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I A Denver Devruk was in Ocala i i holidav: from Tift College; For- ton's most famous gift hoi A :. Criminal Activity TKV A T\NK TILL AT '
; 711 1 1t''>r'!!e
Florid
Monday attending a sales meeting. I' svthe, Ga. i will t. ie-enafted at the ; I

i Theatre from Sunday through'l A review of Bradford County


Tuesday next week as Jack Ser Judge's| Court records this week ft

A BONDED REPRESENTATIVE. nas and Hossana Podesta star ii 1 showed a total of S75 criminal SINCLAty?
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POWERMOWER of the "Helen Of Troy." U-ases brought before Judge T. A.

: The Cinemascope epic fume'a 216 of them on .
Yawn last year 'COWER. .' '' ,
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Singer Sewing Machine Companyis 'in its entirety at the Cinecitt:a.I i serious charges. ,

in the Studios in Rome brings th h I April. May, and November had xNti surteryrt .!. k'. :\''' 'n
I Homeric story up to date wit ""' "
I the heaviest criminal activitv.lwith ;
I STARKE AREA : WarnerColor and a cast of 30; :tt; 39 serious cases in May and YISiY lQH 1'ECF1MxLOii:

: i ail, believed to be the larges. 70
EACHMONDAY 'e: 2& in April. There were cases
; ever employed on a single motio n+docketed in May, 68 in April andS WAGER'SService
I Plus IiukCartiHin
"I.uckv
I and FRIDAYfor
SEETHIS picture. 80 in November. Most of the November -
I It depicts the story of Pari I cases were motor vehicle Station

I of Troy. who abducted Helen, th'e violations however, with 21 serious ('O II\(, SOON: -

SALES SERVICE REPAIRSmail wife Menelaus of Sparta an.d 1!charges heard. )87) Temple 1'hono IIW
I I| took her home to Troy prec 1- '
"A GUY NAMED JOE"Specials
ONE |i Of the 873: criminal cases for theyear
coupon below I pitatmg the ten-year war of tt.Iliad" :le StarUe, 11a.
1 659 involved motor violations.
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MMil: : SKXX1MJ \CIIIXK CO I The production was dirert'tl'j most of them for driving while intoxicated "" J;'; (-: : z ___ : '_ ..:. :::-. ",,_'_ -= : I

40'; Xo. Marlon Street i and reckless driving, or --- ----
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FIRST Lake City, Florida by Robert WLsei s: other charges, such as intoxication ,':::" -.: _. _.:... :., __ k._ -_ :-=-r _' --_ : __. _._::. --:_ "

and disturbing the peace
dentlfinen: r c i Local Man Buys Old i The Court's receipts for the year

1 am in nt't',1f the following! : 'j were 9460.15, of which figure

?_________ser\ice on my present Sewing Machine 'Methodist ChurchFoster I $5.745 resulted from criminal! ::11'- Bedroom

____service on present Vacuum Cleaner '
------ my Slit Smith of Starke re- lions.i .

__ _uulnftlrmatitln on New Sewing Machine i cently purchased the church build i


XAMI: ___________________________________________-_-____ : ing and property of the now deifunct '. :;Tobacco Planting
I Hampton Methodist Church I1, 3 PIECE MODERN BED ROOM SUITE GROUP

ADDRESS I for $666. Four bids were received I I N. O Hayes and \\'QodrnwI
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e Ae on the frame building and the 50 :s | Shaw were the first in this secI -

(ITV ___.__nh____________________ 1'IIO\E------------- 100-foot lot, according to B. Y, I I tion to set out tobacco plants I Double Dresser I : t w" .,*; }
e Saxon trustee in charge of th I this season. Hayes started setting -

.. sale. last Wednesday while Shaw Mirror andBookcase -

I The money was turned over tc I started Thursday. ,

e II II the Methodist Conference with a I haw said the plants set out Bed yr r1 -

I / request that it be used in the were Golden: Cure, and that they

P I p j Gainesville District Saxon said. I j were purchased from a south

The church, founded at Hamp- I Florida
| grower.
(I
I ton in the !SO's. hed been inactive
i The 500 acres of potatoes
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for sexer.ileats.
planted in the Brooker area are 99.95

i' up and growing fast. In field
Sewing Machine Operators School Board Sells after field the long thin green I

i lines stretch shomggoo t olor
Out-Dated BussesBridiuril
/e\ i and a good stand.Apparently .

Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES : County School Superintendent : all the faniur- fi'rev; MM t or Walnut 4 1

H P. Morgan; announcedthis i now have the "planting i Il'n'j' __

18 THRU 35 \\eek 'that three obsolete j for watermelon seed ftrin the

\ -- In \ school busses offered for sale last ground and one grower his t yen

y month have been sold, two to i la fair-sized patch of barp'! ml-

Company Insurance Benefits, Paid Include Vacations Group; and Life Others& Hospital pmate individuals Church and one to the 'ej and up 5 PIECE GENUINE CHERRY BED ROOM GROUP

Hampton Baptist

APPLY AT OUR OFFICE The busses a 1937 a 1941 ,!rda
1912! model were all dip".- ,:
10TII & CliritCII STREETS of by competitive bids! 'ibm, !"..d'! i ; y Double Dresser)

MENDER ON I: 'o the Superintendent' u:4"< ,

Morgan stated that tll': i- I. Mirror
BIG DAD ,rTtrrt+** :
Co. ,' ? .n.-
Manufacturing a matter of policy, are nth' .- <' COINS -7t

bv the School Board or k. ;p' : CAIIOOSIS Hookcase lied
Starke Fla. repnir: pacts: after :hehave
MINIONS
:Stop in For A pl-of'd ictnement age T
Demonstration Today! SaturdayMarch CROOre/SOBS + + L, 2 Ni ight; Tables

Park.of.Palms'Program 22 lillO,
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Only $149.50 SaturdayAn special representative ACMII.QA tHl !

from WIA' sfcr l' T8 .95Use
WHY PAY MORE AarHtt 5 *ii *3i
We Carry a Complete Line outstanding musical treat is i Dr.Vm.M.Scholl'sChicago 269 .

ofCHAIN announced for this Saturday nightat i head ,

8:11: : in the Park-of-the-Palms quarters will be here to assist us

SAWS Graves Home DairyStill auditorIUm. I in making Pedographic printsof

EVINKUDE OUTBOARD To be heard at this time will bE'l your stockinged feet j|

MOTORS Sells Grade A PasteurizedMILK25C Ronnie formerlv Avalon with the, tenor Metropolitan soloist I I This wonderful invention" I

WATER SKIS helps us select the Dr.
Opera Company: his wife, a so-' proper I

And Equipment for the Qt piano soloist well-known in concert Scholl's Remedy, Appliance or F-R-E-E
.In'! club work in New York Arch Support to relieve all jour '

OUTDOOR MAN Cnand Miss Dorothy Starth- common foot troubles. Our One $7.95 Landscape Picture

eain who has sung with the R. -
Our Service is Un. Com Early or Phone '
G LeTourneau Foundation -

equalled in Bradford BUTTER MILK -- 20c OJ. in all parts of the U. S.programs for on AppointmentNo I Budget 26" X 32"Plan
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!i The program is open to the pub- [ Cost or Obligation
County IK- I i iIRI WITH ANY PURCHASE OVER SI00 00

We Deliver Every Day : I ALVAREZSTORE BETWEEN: :
i .\ >.\lUi \PTIVT T rumen MARCH 1950: ; AND)

,1 cind 1School, -9:45 a. mPnathme e MARCH 17 19.:>6

FRED'SMarine Sunday Included I' 11 a. m. Training

I I'ni.ir: 6 15 p m Preaching 7:30n

n Ml! .'ot-k Prayer Meetinc

CenterI'lIONE ROUTE :2 BOX 202: STARKE, FLA. ,, i 7: ",,' i. I.'. v Cn"'o\. pi-'i, .'.. Starke Fla. DENMARK FUll COMPANY

PHONE S3; FOR SERVICE ,
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,I i Temple & Pratt: 507 t Starke OR STOP Ot'R TRUCK DRIVER I I1]'.III!i ALVAREZ' STORE Established:Men's Clothing 1x91 1.1 11]:' I, :! t \\aiJM.1 OF ST \HhE.t hunt I 1.,1 Is ]


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F'ORS" BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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Augustine and Ma- I.tapard P-fenJa .
Mrs. Floyd Hall and Mrs. Ralph L Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Crews and rmeland. In .t he >ame vl thr Male of Fl rldai .' ('cart iTrohale of the Count Law ismIn ) ,i L' '!hag. art '.-. t .'. \t : 1: .' ..
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1 Wilson visited with their mother,, family of Glen St. llradford ::1 ::, :
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Mary were Visiting' Mrs J. H. : 1' Ariiold I.faparii \ ity J.d.t if 1. ti; :.J C .
Kelly on Defendant
I Mrs. Hattie Nolan Friday. Little dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and h..r".n. whose pi.ue ft residence ) !ale vl Florida. Fl:. --.da. tn the lt'i day cf Much,
Sunday were Il's.Ita Gay of li I IN rilOllUK: 1'6:; for .
unknown apprl"\ of s-ame ai' i f rf.nal
By Mr*. C. n. oIanALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ronnie Mosley also visited herewith Mrs. N. L. Cannon, and family.Mr. Clearwater and Mrs. Jonathan You are hereby notified that : In: ff th-' Et.i'e of di-charge a, Xfutr..'( c : ": }
them. They were all dinner and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and I5y :Mrs. E. B. Castlen Dukes, Mr > suit for divorce has been fined a !I T'iri'.as J. Ir..n, p. .'(i-el estate of. Thuma<. J. -;rLr: J-
and Mrs. James against you in the above entitledcause T '. .\i.!, \\ ld '\ tL-! IS '. .j.y if F .-
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par- family and Miss Gloria Cannon ] ii vN \y I ":\ 'EI.t : ::\ '
AALAAAALA.AAAAAI.444. i Cn-ws and daughter and Derlais ; and you are hereby required -! : .L".r. ".H Mu:::f a: > >
tlit'ir; Jones of Ja<'ksonille and I ish.Mr. attended ihurch services at the Dukes of Mountie Oak. to Me your Answer with the I I! 1-: ': ." 'f ,1 t','r.r.r.- M: ,' T .'. : f" .
unlM-ani and GAS Meet Mr. and Clerk of this Court and !' ..
and Mrs. Beach of tn serve I' : t ." f' ,
George Raiford Road Church Christ i \ !L' c--ate cf i\ .' "
\\rvueny Giifns viMtid with! of The Sunbeam Bai.j and the i i Mrs Frank Groover of Dade;j a copy thereof upon Plaintiffs at. T.c: !'. 1. .. ,; '. ,s.i I -..' ,
John :North last Sunday after- Hastings were guests SundayI Sunday night. Girls Auxiliaimet at the Drook City were visiting Mrs. Kelly on ,i I Mam tc>rney.Street.Samuel Daytona V Holch.lea< \ 409-A .!.e t.tr f. d : : : : : .....: -'.' H
I I evening of Mrs. Beach's brother- We are to learn da, not later than FlurI-1 I
glad that Mrs. the i'
and
no"n Saturday Menzie Groover of
er Baptist Church II .. ....
and sister Mr. and Mrs. Thursday eve- March 1956. If >.u fail, d, i' -_-"""-"' -"
i in-law Sarah Jane Griffis I to > ?">, I 7 !
and
of Middleburg i little Bet- --
Billy Taggart ning. Jacksonville on Sunda\ decree pro confesso uul; be er-I -------
siient .Ji Sunday afternoon with I C. B Nolan and sons. ty Jean Griffis are better aftes The Sunbeams completed the I neand Mrs. C.' F. Padgett ed manded against in the you EM for! of the Lorr.pla.nt.r.1ief ae-,

Claude North. ) Mrs. Frances Motes, Mrs. Julia recent il1n sses.I mission study. Leader Mrs. Frank and family attended a birthday Witness my hand and seal of --ad:
last weekend -I Annell, and Mrs. Katie Schaefer I Mrs. I Court this 10 day of February
I.ndtV&ters spent Myrtice Hurst and Mar Tinney assisted by Mrs. Howard I dinner at the home of Mr. and 1556.

( in Jacksonville as the guest i of Jacksonville visited with Mr.and \Vhitehead of Dinsmore visit- Douglas helped each Sunbeam to Mrs. Albert Griffis in Stark'i OFFICIAL SEAL) -

,,f hei brother-in-law and sister Mrs. C. B. Nolan and family I ed with Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffig make a scrapbook. Mrs. Wilson I Sunday. Charles Clerk A.Circuit Darby Court, fradford ____________

:Mr and Mrs Bill Rob(l on. Sunday afternoon. Sunday afternoon. Green served popsides to the 32 Evelyn and Mary Ellen Pad- Ey Marian Bounty.L.Florida.Crosby, Deputy Clerk

We are glad to learn that Mrs. Mrs Balford Whitehead entertained liaby Smith youngsters present. i gett attended a weiner roast at : 2/17 4t 3/19

Dorothy Waters is well again I last Friday afternoon. Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith an- Among those attending' the ,I Pansy Crosby's in Starke Friday !J, :NOTICE TO 4PPEUI fI

after a recent illness. 24. with a birthday party honoring nounce the arrival of a 3 lb., 14 Sing at Heilbronn Baptist Church i); night. In Circuit ('curt., Bradford 'oaat", I

Mi. and Mrs. Bill Koberson of/ her daughter, Barbara on her I oz. daughter, born Tuesday Feb. Sunday were Truby Pinholster Gad: to hear that Yvonne lIar- George Florida 11., In Vanderhoff( bancrr7., ; I

Jacksonville spent Sunday Feb. 9th birthday. Games were played 28, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Coy Edwards, Tom Stewart, Rus- rell Xorman is much better. ,' Huth L. Vanderhoff. efendan'Plaintiff.. :,

26, with Mis. Roberson's mother I throughout the evening and which prizes L i Jacksonville. The young lady has sell Grenn and Mrs. Rose Pin- Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Jimmy ,: Notice To tpprar Cate .Vo. 10-140,, I

Waters. were awarded after been named Robin Elaine. Mrs. holster. I I .
Mrs Dorothy and Marcia Kay Furlong' of T( : Ruth L. Vanderhnff, whfresidence -*>
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and Bal bara opened her gifts. Smith has returnd from the hos- Mrs. Mary Green spent the Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J. II.! and address Apartment I I

Mr and Mrs. Bud Waters of Among those attending the pital and is getting along nicely, weekend with Mrs. H. O. Brownin Ii Sowell attended service at Rock [ Xcw 405. 50 Jersey.Jones Street, Jersty titv, I

last weekendin races in Lake City last but the had to remain for Green tellsus
Jacksonville spent stock car baby a Worthington. Mrs. Church Sunday.Mrs. Tou are Hereby notified that a
Charleston, S. C. \isiting :Mr.j Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. few days. of a new granddaughter, born I R. J. McDavid is home 'suit for 1

and Mrs. B. L. Stanley and Wilkinson of Jacksonville, Mary We regret that Rev. Lester Feb. 29 in Topeka. Kan. the. after spending several weeks I hag Divorce been filed against you in the ----- ,

daughter Sandy. Motes of Bryceville. Rudy Higgin- Taggart had to undergo a minor parents Sgt. and Mrs. Gerry I with relatives in Miami. above named Court and cause and ---,-,-

Mrs. Dorothy Waters had as botham, Florence Parrish John operation and was unable to at- Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsand vou are required to serve a copy of ,
I your answer or pleading to the complaint -
her guests last weekend, her I Mosley, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mos tend church services last sun- Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and son of Gainesville were visit- on the Plaintiff Attorney'

grandchildren. Marsha, Jackie and ley. and Mr. and Mrs. FranklinBell day. Rev. Everett Godwin preached -, family were visiting Mr. and ing Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Mott j I Jfpli Tit I.- luilding K. SV.pper' ', Jackscru, ]2J1 :F!Ke!,.nda?, r RCA Victor 17-inch Thrifton. Lowest

Lynn Waters of Jacksonville. and family. in his place. Mrs Alex Williams in Jackson- Saturday.Mr. I II Florida, I
RCA Victor
priced TVI! Cabinet 37 o
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnsonand Mrs Deane Hill returned last Mr. and Mis. Dar. Hargroves I ville Sunday. I and Mrs. Melvin Hines and 'and file the original In the office
(iof the Clerk of the smaller than prevloes table models-fits
family of Jacksonville spent week from Norfolk, Va. where visited in Manning last Sunday Mis. T. \\'. Mai key. :Mrs.: Mary baby of Jacksonville spent the (.r !t.tfr tinJ J d.i>Circuit of March Court, isr'b on; close to walll! "Hidden Panel"
Sunday visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Doss she underwent surgery in the Te with Mr. Hargrove's sister, Mrs Green and Mrs. Mattie Sowell weekend with Mr. nd Mrs. D. A.I[otherwise the allegations of said Tuning conceals -

Higginbotham and family and Mrs. Paul hospital. We are glad to report Edna Manning and family. En- attended services at Rock Church limes. j i:Complaint by you. 111 be taken as confe&sifd controls on top. New Balanced

Dorothy Kilgore and family.Mr. that she is getting along route home they stopped and Sunday. I Mrs Frank Genevar of Gainesj I j': This notice -Kin Tr published Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollarg.urjd"
Mrs. Oscar Harris and I Airman First Class and Mrs I once each week for four cOnsecutive stand, extra. Model 17S6022. -*
and visited awhile with Mr. and Mrs. vile spent Tuesday with Mrs (neek In the Bradford County Tele-

family Jewel North, and Bonnie "IS'and Mrs. Earl Wilkinsonand Kyle Hunter and family in Maccclenny. Arthur William Moody Jr., and I Bill Genevar.Mr. graph.lutd.

Padgett visited Rev. and Mrs., son of Jacksonville spent I bity. and Mrs. Arthur Moody of I and Mrs Gene Stringerand u1 ;;;-;. this I 17 diy ..f KiLuary, $159.95TV

Lester Taggart and family Sun, Wilkinson's par Green Cove Springs were visiting 1' OFFICIALSEAL Charles
Sunday with Mr. T. L. Manning and :Minne: Hari i baby of Jacksonville were ( ) A. Darb

day in Middleburg.Jo ents Mr. and M s. Drew Wilkinson. groves Spent Sunday with .:\lrs.1 Mrs. C. I... Atkinson and Mrs. E. j I j.' Mrs Groover Thomas .i;By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Circuit Deputy Clerk Courl

Ann Parrish Jewel and Ru- i Edna Manning and family. B. Castlen Wednesday. Airman and family Sunday. | 2.21 41 c.16

dy Higginbotham visited in Jacksonville Little Linda Johns receivedsevere I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter Moody has just returned from Mr and'Irs.. Woodrow Thomas i In < irruit (.airt. ilmdford County,

Sunday night. burns on her feet and legs were business visitors In Green several months duty in Iceland and family spent Sunday with : Florida; In ( hanrrrjri ServiceAll
returnedto boil Mrs. Rosco Parrish Mrs. Ethel Mr. and Mrs. E. C. in':i Eernaid Joseph Humphrey. Plain!
Raymond Kilgore has last week when she spilled I Co\e Pprngs Monday. Lewis tiff, X1-. ulan: Iumphr, Defendant. -
Panama City after a weekend ing water from a kettle. I'. T. A. To Meet Parnsh and Wallace Parrish of Staike. | Ca e No. lu14nlOrder
visit here with his HeldA I'alatka"I're visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mis A. C. Townsen: Of Publication And Notice 1oi
family. IU>\i\ul Being The Daniel Boone P. T. A. will ]i Appear; Mate of Florida To
Mrs. Juanita Parrish Patty revival meeting started Monday meet at the school on Wednesday Mrs. Guy Parrish and family this of Jacksonville were visiting relatives -|| Mizan: Humphreys. \-ho,.e rHiden'e Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
and address j i. 6231; Yun.ai
and David Parrish and Carolyn evening March 5, at the March 14, at 2:15 p. m. Mrs. weekend. here during the weekend j i street, llolljwoid :2X! :California.You Fully Equipped ... Dependable
Chilson visited in Baldwin Fri Maxville Church of Christ and Dorothy Rowlett, Duval CountyArt Sorry to hear that Mrs. Roy Mrs. Aubrey Hazen was on du- |: are required to appear on

day evening. will continue all week. The meet- Supervisor will be guest i Green has been ill this week. ty at S'hool"t'llnesda.\'. Mis I Court March and 26, 1S56 cause:; in wherein the abo\e plaintiff nanud All Makes and Models

Mrs. Dorothy Waters and children ings will start promptly at 7:30: speaker and movies will be shown.j| The WMU are observing the Teiry's third and fourth grades! ':seeks divorce.

visited in Jacksonville Sat I p. m. and are being conducted by All parents are urged to attend. !I Annie Armstrong Week of Prayer have finished making their paper I'I publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph In next shall four

urday with her son and daughterInlaw Evangelist John H. Adams of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and at the Brooker Baptist Church McShav Animals. They're shownin weekly issues. CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
I 'i Witness my nand and official seal
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters I Jacksonville.We family and Miss Marsha Watersof every night this week, beginningat I all the rooms Friday. at Starke. Fla. this 16 Feb! l-CS.

and family. Little Marsha Waters regret to learn that N. L. Jacksonville spent the week- 8 p. m. The program is under : The Lubedia Pinholster Circle'''I i OFFICIAL SEAL; ) Charles A. larbj Radio
I I As Clerk of taid Court. Seat Coders Upholstering
returned home with her been ill for severaldays the direction of Mrs. Ernest Lester meets Tuesday. March 13. at **
grand- Cannon has end with Mrs. Dorothy Waters. Pv Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk
mother.Mr. I : Wilson Green's time 8 ("ha!". R. Hess J04 Guaranty Life
and hope that he will soon Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and I p. m. 1ldg.. Jacksonville. Fla. Phone 239 Starke. Fla.

and Mrs. Bob Nolan and : be well. family of Jacksonville spent Saturday :Mrs. Howard Wait ani Joannie In Ihf 1,I AttI.! I I. : 1'.' :' 2 [I. .
Kltbtb Judicial ( irrullCourt.
son Robert, of Seville spent Sun- ''I "11'. and Mrs I A. Bornstein of ,, with Mrs. Dorothy Waters and Jeannie were in Jacksonville Itratlforil tuuntjr, Florida 'U'H.: OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
1IJ'1I\11II'i 10 "
day in Maxville visiting Mr. No- I, Jacksonville visited with their 1 I Isoninlaw and family. on business Monday. In Ihuni'erj. ."'1'111' \1"111'Hill IINtl,\lir. '
lan's i ii I spent the weekend No. lO189flIOflI Is I Ijp : =, : i-
mother, Mrs. .Hattie Nolan' I and daughter Mr. and I I Pete Griffis of Glenn St. Mary Laverne Dyal : ( H tiu.i' -- :
II with Mac McDavid in Gaines- Susan Marotta 1'lamtiffs. Vin-
I I I visited his mother Mrs. Sarah I cent JIarc.tta. Dcfendint.CMIC -

I Jane Cnffis, Sunday evening. ville." j jCf'lene \ r. 'HI .\pritu .
Jason and Alton Adamsof Toin< tnt :Marutta: whose la I T. L. Manning and Minnie known address and residence is7J4 : '
I i liaigrove5 visited in Glenn St. the U of F were visiting the York: Iorim..rtre"t., Crookljn, New V :: ,
:
They I Mary with :Mr.: and Mrs. l'at L. L. Dyals Friday.Mr. You are hereby notified that a
and Mrs. Harold Sorrelsof suit for di\or has betn fllfilagainst .
Gull
is Sunday.
the Sunday you III the alm\e Court and
Mi and Mrs. Euford ifiggin- Jacksonville were Cause and you are required to fil"
askedme guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. a copy of your pleading or answ..rwith : '
had their
botham and family as the for
attorney plaintiff II. : '
miesii: Sunday :Mr.: and Mrs. Dyal.Mrs. C. Baldwin, P. O Box 104 Caineeille : -
Lee Green and Mrs. La- \' Florida and file the original S
J.tmt'Uateis and family of Law- with the Clerk of Court on or be- '
I| tty, Mr and Mrs. Lyle Schmels Dma Bryant of Gainesville were fore 15 March 1956: otherwise the : .
I the lumheon guests of Mrs. Au- allegations contained therein will
I and! of Jacksonville, and be taken '
i inghter 1 ;; as confessed by you.
L1- 'bn-v HazenIonday.. This notice shall be :
'MI I '. and Mis. Leslie Sweat and > published : f
to :'IIrs.tinnie Hazen is spending onie each week for four consecutive '
f inulv weeks in the Pradford County : .
:, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Sweat and sever days with Mr. and Mrs. Telegraph a weekly newspaper' ,. .
printed in Bradford County. FloriIda. p.- I
in Orlando S
Hazen
Irs.Tuna Alph .
fannlv )Macdenny and
pay I Mr. an,1frs.. Bill Gray and Dated this 10 day of February .
children
Higginbotham and I A.n.: 1t6.oFFtiI.L. 'o S.- ,:c' S
Gainesville were i
I woie supper guests of Mr. and daughter of ( SEAL) lt t

Mr*. Leslie Sweat last Tuesday I visiting Mr. and Mrs. AubreyHazen Ch.irl.-s rl.rk) "f. Darl.v<...urt. !
twice evening.. and family Sunday roy )4zi itn L. Crosby, Deputy f'1..rk'' II ) ) i if

I Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin Mrs W. H. Eddy of Waldo :2/H! 4t 3/9 41 d ,

of Jacksonville spent the day with Mr. and Mrs 'diIICI: TO .U'l'KUt I S ..
botham and family
I In C'lrcuit Court, llradfiird Countf, I IFluriilni i
visited with :Mr.: Higgin- M O Harrell. In I hnncrrT.James '
botham's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ and :-:Singlrti, IMamtiff, vs.Margaret ii iI i
Mrs Ernestine Dukes and babyof r-.HBli'ton, Defendant.ultcr j
"I'm sure it was an honest mistake" Doss Higgmbothm, Friday night. :\ 1'O.\PI.tiir iI I
member of Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. T.Margaret! Singleton, whose
Dobson
a
she said. "But their books showed no payment. Frank Kenneth Russ of Hampton spent resuler and ailrt-a is: Sialeb-
the House of Representativesfrom born, .Voilli Caiolina.You I
However I produced my cancelled check." Group 3. and Jimmy Hoganof the weekend visiting relatives in are hereby notified that "
suit f..r
divurte. tare custody and
You too will have occasions to be thankful Jacksonville visited in Max Apopka.Mr. ,iitr"l ..f minor children I
and Mrs H. P. Morganand has been filed against you in heabove
and Mrs. -
that you pay the safe convenient way ville Saturday with Mr. named Court and cause and I I
with checks of this -- Leslie Sweat Dan Tarrish Bud son of Starke were visitingMr. you are required to serve a copy of I
bank. Griffis. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas Sun your answer or pleading to the
Harris and D. B. complaint on the Plalntlff'Attorney

Rudy Higginbotham retUined day.Mrs. J. Donald Gibson, 100
aftera E. B. Castlen and children i mith Lliilding, Jacksonville 2. I
Monday
to Ft Eustis, Va. Florida,
30-day furlough spent here were visiting Mrs. Reid Lewis in i and file the original In the officeof -
Hewill Starke Saturday.Mr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
with friends and relatives. or before the
STARKES be discharged from the services and Mrs. Richard Rauler- 19 day of Manh. 15J6.;
FLORIDA BANK of / son and children and Mrs. Rufus otherwise the allegations of said
on May 20. Complaint will be taken as con
Chilson celebratedhis Green spent the weekend with fessed by you.
Little Roger
Monday I Mr and Mrs Clyde Raulerson in TINS notice shall be publishedonce
Member Florida National seventh birthday I t each week for four consecutive
Group of neighbor Clermont. I weeks In the Bradford
ai"i, .),.on when a group County Tl'I@V..t,1
.. and ate birthday Miss Ethel Mann spent the day I' graph. .
num th.s Ii: day of )-O. 1 >
tK' fid i I' e cream with him. with friends in Raiford Sunday OFFICIAL :SEAL Charles AClerk I>artn !
.. Chilson and Mrs. Doris Kelly and loswell. | of the drum rurt.Ey pI-i
TA and Mis. Leslie :, laran: L. Cn.Mj', rip"'v i 1.; 1 1I

.<-:.. .-: ::"' ;O''!:> :.', -. :'_ =-:' : i'J. _.. -.. ..:. ; h : ?, spent last weekend with :Mrs: in tie Winston Sue Kelly Lenox spent Jerome Sunday and ight-Dot- 'i: _._ 74: .'
visiting 'In
Ibr C
in-uit
Z-: ::\ lulls C ourS Kltlith Jud-

I l."i.,, .,, ,-:,> p.nents, Mr. and Mrs. A.j (er" of the groom. Also attending 1',1'Ida liruilfurd( iri-iiiI of Ciiunlr.In I'.oriila. la and I4
home they : i
I K '* reroute C h"n".r \0. 10-iass:
\\ gil' were Virgil Crews of Man 'nand \ '
CIIIIII3E .Tior visit with Mr.. andj. ,None i.: 'IC I'li'Ii! : ,
I
q"! I a Bryant Smith of JJkkfl-" ..' I 'S
family! ini
Mk ,c; A. fish and i ville.

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I : : lini Mrs. Ellis Giddens and,[ ding a black box suit with h: \ c (

"I,.: ,nd Mrs. Belle Giddens of I accessories and wmo a > "> ,y.. :c FIT YOUR PRESENT WHEELS

.\\ ..n i'.rk: spent last weekend of[ yellow roses. ,
Cole- NO EXTRAS TO BUY (
A .:h' :Mand! Mrs- James The couple will be at 11""1" ('K ,
BUn
I nun ,ai.il Mr. and Mrs. D. ,their friends on Waller! S'. :.11 Get for and Summer
BellePiHlii. i ready Spring driving
and family. Mrs. Jacksonville.
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indefinite I, now with the best tubeless tire buv wee eur
for an
remained
-".s offered! Enjoy the advantages or"Good'.(';II"t -
V.Mt with her daughter Mrs. -== --=-rc-: _ I >
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A
I exclusive 3-T 1 rip'c-'lernpered Cord and
D B Griffis. ,1
: M.S: Charles McChsse has _ I I Grip-Seal Construction for extra protection

been called to the bedside of her I I-. p against blowouts and punctures. Git th.

father who is seriously' ill at his NEW LOW PRICESWilson J famous Stop-Notch Tread Design for quit k-

home in Kentucky. action traction. Get it NOW at prices too

I Friends of Mrs A. R. Johnsonwill I II ,r good to miss!

I learn that she is I (. .
be glad to
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? home again after a stay in a I and Toomer :

Jacksonville hospital and l is getting N : fR E t aK l fLf$$ i 9@

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If you say anyone but the middle man you along nicely. F-E-R-T-I-L-I-Z-E-R --.- .-- -- -- __ .__r_ __. __- _
Mrs J. C. Carter of Jacksonville : I ,
Msited, her grandmother. I 'V 'I TIRE SIZE SALE PR1CE SALE PRICE.BLACXWALL .
are wrong as two left-foot shoes. That j WHITEWALL
Nolan Sunday.
Hattie
I Mis For _ _

super-satisfied smile is a normal reflex with ,I Miscellaneous The ladies of hoer the Maxville Bap-- j )!, 6.70xl5 $18,95 $22,95

: u-t Church entertained Friday I FIELD 1w N 7.10 15 20.60 25.25

our customers. High quality merchandise, i night. March 3. with a miscellaneous -I S CROPS :,

I shower honoring Mrs TOBACCOS p 7.60 15 22.60 27,70Pus

low prices and rabbit-rapid service are the Louise Bass. Mrs. Bass received' CORN

i-\eral nice' gifts. Refreshments / / hx and recappable tire isi. *' ;I'

reasons. Drop in today and see how far you weie served to Julia GriffIS.Laura DoraNorn I LAWN AND GARDENS : : ...

Debbie Phillips ,
e ; 1 YOUR OLD TIRES ARE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
and
Coleinan: I. a Shrubbery Other Plants
ChiKon Myrtle .
can make your shopping dollars go. I Sn.ith and Mrs Bass. I k f/f PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.25 A WEEK \

IVllum-folenun Gro-Tone for
special
garden
\ wtddins of interest to a wide i' plants i ORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND

.!-ile] of friends was that of Miss
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M.!.' ..' Loe Goldman daughterM AT ___ .... .., .. ..,....... .., ." 0///1"mJ
-' ar.J Mrs. F. B. Colen.an .
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: PC'lIlImf JacKonf.'e:: El SERVICE

'q ANY DOCTOR PRESCRIPTION FILlED ., '.' ., !,i'ng was siilemnized: STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES (.' OODMAM'S STATIONSCRUFF .

,,!'it. Mar.h :3:. in Sr
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CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY LA1VTEYHy \ LEVEL

VlCHURCHESHK.VT : By Ozora J. Shell I
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Four One Act I'layi Georgia Student Enrolls ........................, .


CIIRLSTIAVCIURCII The 10th grade class of RJE Recently Emma Renfroe of Ma- :Mrs: G. W. Roberts and Mrs. ThH.. M. MvRae.- ie'.iv: :

Presbyterian Church nigh school will present four one i con Ga. enrolled at RJE. Emma Catherine Teare were transacting home last Fnday afternoon artr! :

tit plays this month. On Thursday formerly attended Ballard-Hnd- business in Gainesville Tuesday spnding .eveit1; week.. with :.':<.-.l

Kev. .1. K.: Sherwood Flldaydult. Chulr pra.tue8pm. night March S. at S o'clock i son Senior High School of :Ma-: and had lunch with :Mr.: and :Mrs: son-in-law and daughlei :M.ir.u

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- The House Next Door" a mysety -, con. She is the niece of Elmerand George Roberts. Mrs. T..N. Norman a: Heuhr..::!:

11 Lord's Sunday School. 9:43: a.m. Morning Ozora Shell. The class- Mrs. Henry Bennett of Jacksonville because of illness
iiig Worship a.m. Supper play will be prest'ntedth upper That ..- .hi:

:11 is: a.m. Christian Endeavor 6:45: Worship" 'The Gospel Come Ruffles and Roller Skates" a men of the school have already and Mr. and :Mrs.: G. L. Sapp leason you haven't seen tr.> 1':::.-

7 First, 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship started calling her "Sweet of Heilbronn visited Mrs. L.-\.t'l! news
l .11 Evening Worship p.m. I comedy. Admission 15c and 25c. Georgia Mary for quite .\ \\ :. ir i:; '

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Warren and Bobby Alwood and These Brown." We hope she will find Reddish Tuesday afternoon. I am so thankful that I am :: A
plays are being presented ,
Gerry Gibson hosts, 6 Evening
Meeting. p.m. :t" purchase some artificial palm Starke as interesting and won Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of able to write for the Tei.' n;'

7:30 Choir Worship, "I Believe in Pray_ derful as we do and here again. Mr. McRae
Thursday p.m. prac- trees for the stag. of the cafe- stay Valdosta Ga. spent Sunday with and I w."-5 t.'

t.e. fr. 7:30: p.m.Tuesday toi mm. until she finishes high school. I the Ed Durban family.. thank each and eveiy ire vi! t-!

First and third Tuesday at 7:30: Junior Choir prai I On the I'olio Vaccine Mr. and :Mrs.: Leonard Prevail many Kindnesses and i,.: ..

I .1.. Ladies Council. i' tice 3:30: p.m. Circle One will! .- ,ame class following will Thursday"The the Dr. A. Y. Covington, Director ,.and family visited the John :Moodysin beautiful cards and fKnit'-! : ,'- I
present
I meet at 8 p.m.th Mrs. T. A of the Bradford County Health Graham ceived during our illness

: Yawn; Circle Two at 7:30 p.m THE )ldIXLElnilI.: MESSFAGEKS will be in this area for Laughing Ghost and "Love lilts'Iltur" Department, all tosecure on Sunday.The Mr. and Mrs n H. Lewis

with Mrs. K. G. Duncan; Circle a full HtM-k beginning/ SllndaIarc'h: II. Their full evening programof \\ another mystery and the third urges shot of parents vaccinefor J. D. Clarke romily were edIr.. and Mrs. Cr. \-it-:
Saturday of Mr. and :Mrs. nv> Wt.--
The
combination. guests
Three at 8 p.m. with :Mrs.: Herbert music includes English: S\\iss Hand Bells, 1'ianii-Accordion. Trombone romedy playsire children who were given free wight and Kev. and :Mrs:
Perry Newsome in Starke. t'-;
See being dnected by Mrs. F. S.
Green. saxophone and thr 1II\...lif, inl; "TIIKKKMIX.: : They \\ill alllH'arI I Pierce. teacher of English and inoculations last May as soon ; Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkersonand Harris of Belmore last week

1 Wednesday Prayer Meeting, at the Itaptist Church, Olustee. Muulay llth I ; Airpark Haptist, )lulI- dramatics at hUE Make :March as possible. He added that at family of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. A. 1-"'. H.ii: a: '

7::30 pm.Thursday. 12th (ius >cl Tabernacle, Markc 13th Ilt-illirmm ISaptistrdnrsday I' the present time all local physicians family of Jacksonville.! M
'Facts of Faith'New day evening ; | ; sth and lf.th red letter dates on ( Sunday evening dinner guests of and Mrs. ar.j :

I Men of the Church \\ 14th; B.-ulali Haptist, I'rida3 Kith: Youth )l" .'ting. L'.() | your activity calendar. have a limited supply of the Winton Parrish family. Robert :\[yrh'kId < hh-:,;

supper. 7 p.m. vaccine that they will administer Mr. and Mrs. Harvin dren of Starke visited the U M I
at Starke aunlafah; Hampton ISuptist, Sunday 18th in the Tournament Comments I i Thompson Mi-Raes
: Film Produced By to patients between, the ages of Sunday afternoon. :01'-,
of Jacksonville
the weekendI
morning and Hope Itaptist in the t'"nin/;. The RJE Tigerettes won a trophy i I spent Hall
Moody Institute of Science At The TabernacleIn at the lecent tournament one and 15 and to pregnant women .::I i with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis. also here.visited oth. r !.I..: ..vcwm'Ie -

f...Y...YY..YYYYYYYYYYY" of all ages. Children who have 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson
iVIelhoilist Church held! in St. Augustine. It was a
observance of a proclamationby I not received any vaccine at all had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Adkinson of .Ill k-II\ ,'. ,

First Baptist Gov. IJeroy: Collins setting 7.30 :MYF: NORTH SIDEI t'insolation to the boys for the may secure two doses 2 toI L E. Smith of Marietta, and Mr. brought the message at Pm I."-i -
Thursday. p.m. ;girls::: to win consolation prize. el
Church
aside the week of March 4-10 as Sub District :Meeting.: They will play in the State tournament weeks apart and a booster dose ,.,I and Mrs. C. B. Cannon Jr.. andMr. last Sunday in t1t' i!

Youth Temperance Education I 7 to 10 months later. There will and Mrs. Farley Rauierson of sence of our pastor. KrvV F
I Saturday. 10 a.m. -- Second IJy :\11'... Oscar CarteraAeaAaaAaaa&aAAAAa j at Tallahassee this week Hall.
I be no mass inoculation clinic Rev. and Mrs.
Church 1 iWeek. :Mrs.: Florence Hippie >I Jacksonville. Hail hi\:
HamptonSat. meeting. Churc'hll'mbership end. Bishop :McDougall: won a
brought the combined Sunday and no booster doses will be given Mr. and :Mrs.: L. P. Rafuse were been attending a meeting t K'
I Class. children from Senior Primary place on the "All District Team"and Worth.
School classes at the Tabernacle I ICal.Lt'rs by the Health Department unless business visitors to Jacksonville Texas.
and Junior Church School Sunday guests of the Oscar several students were given
March 10th a temperance flannelgraph lesson they are on welfare supportand on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V E Thorn;..:.
., grades. all,111 s Came Smith j jincluded honorable mention. Our students
II showing the harmful effects of financially unable to pay $2 ,I Jiggs Henegar of Lake City was were visiting V. E's parents Mi
D. Carter and :Mrs.: and
: H. exhibited
Church School. 9:45: a.m. Morning : good sportmanship for the vaccine. Dr. Covingtonurges of Mr. and and Mrs. Carl
s P M. tobacco and alcohol. especially on1 the Sunday night guest Thornton. Sunday
Elsie Mosley of :Maxville, : well dressed although they
"New Life Gusj were
Worship 11 a.m., Mrs. .
all to
athletes. parents get the vaccine Mrs. Dan Harley.Mr. Thornton has tx>. .n'tOn i'::
Seniors and Smith and daughter of Baintzidgc. did not win those awards. We
I Rev. It. E. Moss of Spring Lake Going On! MYF. for their children before the and Mrs. D. R. Stone had and we wish her a .-P".I\
Ga., :Mrs.: Effie Johns ofi i hope they will win something at It.
Fellowship Supperand
Intermediates
:Mich: brought the message at the polIo season starts during the as Sunday guests Mrs. Ethel covery.
6:15 Starke. Colson Smith of Jackson! the1 State Tournament. A & :M (I:
I meetings. : p.m.Jo"t'ning
Sunday morning and evening group summer months. Phelps of Jacksom'ilIe)11'. and Joe Starling is really!
yule :Mr. and :Mrs.: L. C. Smith ] in Tallahassee.. :Many: gettin.f!!
I University
1: service, 7::30 "King
worship hours. j p.m. Ii Coming Soon Mrs. Lloyd Goodge and family of his new grorenstor... nxed: u
of Dade City and Mrs. Leon local fans followed the teams to ;
The :McKinley Music Makers are dom Borders. A big circus for the entertain- ,, Live Oak and :Mr. and Mrs. Drew nice with all the fruit and ;
I and daughter Jack 'he Your scribe I -ign-
Starling of "Ancient Citty"
I scheduled to appear at the Tabernacle Tuesday WSCS prayer group. ment and fun of the people in our ,I Ratliff and family of Starke. :Mrs.: up on the outside tooV .1: 0
sonville. I Deacon and :Mrs. Julius
I Sunday night. March 13, at 9:30: a.m. spotted town will be offered soon. Start Phelps mother, of Mrs. Stone, glad to have thin near u>
Mrs. Alma Jenkins, manager -
The North Side Church Royal
enjoyed
7 ;uO o'i-lock. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.! | saving your money for this after- will spend the week here.

I eIt; I Bible Study. 7:30: p.m. Board of a Fellowship Meeting and supper I i of the RJE cafetorium. Mrs.A. noon of fun at the Fair Ground: The S. T. Worth family of Jacksonville in the Air Corps and will sett-t!

r last with Chandler Annie :Mae Baker in Macon in the
I Education Meeting. 8:15 'p.m. Fiiday night special on Temple Avenue. The American spent Sunday with the near ftituio.

4 Children's Story Hour, 3:30 p.m.NE music by singers;: from Jackson-! and company.Ioot" and a' car Legion Post is sponsoring L. P. Rafuse family. They all Mr. and Mrs.: Floyd PdiiLsh an.;
ville. j jMrs. load. We rooted and tooted during daughter of Lake Butler
4, 1 the Circus which will bring man1 visited Reptile Land at Highland spon'Sunday

COLONIAL \\" UIVKUBA1TIST Eva Claik of Lake City the semi-finas but Shell Highof large wild! animals to town a. 1''in I: the afternoon. i I.. afternoon with the Aaron

Clll'RCH ;: visited her aunt. Miss j Dora Clark, I Hawthorne won by two points. well as outstanding circus performers Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and Sumner family.Mr. .

last week.D. We'll have to wait until next year on Tuesday March 27. :,' son, Billy, and Mrs. Sam Hicks' and Mrs. ,}re starling and

FLORISTPHONE Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor- noto become champions. Girls 't daughter, Geraldine
D. Conner of Callahan visitedhis According Post 56 Commander'!' were visiting Mrs. Hicks' son-in- were in Jacksonville -

w- ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Service family here last weekend. and boys Murray High, St. Augustine 1 I L. H. Gibson a special Matinee !! law and daughter, :Mr.: and Mrs. : Sunday to visit: Mrs. Cleve

7 m. Prayer Meeting each I won the district champ Mrs. Hicks :Muse.
p. i ii Floyd Martin. remained -
Mrs. Harold Alvarez has returned I I I performance will te arranged for !
218FLOWERS Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Everyone from St. Vincent's Hospital Ions h.Ip. school children for 35c. Teachers ': for a longer visit. I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren had

welcome. L. L. Parker, pastor. i Music Festival! I i Mrs. Grace Buckley and daughter : 'ar! weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.
ii I II in Jacksonville and is recuperating -I and chaperones will be admitted ;
i The Distric Five Vocal Association -i i of Jacksonville were recent .Marvin Warren of Jacksonville.Mr. .
her
( at the home of |! free.
I i ii ,
SEE Dr. Moon ) mother Mrs. P. B. Johns. Music Festival will be held ;!I i: Scholarship examinations will; guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: :Marion: ,: and Mrs. Donald Bennett

I i at War Memorial Auditorium on 'Crews. and sons of Starke spent Sunday
TlIlLBRONNIty Nl Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson be given to seniors at RJE on I
I
discharge one million volts I Saturday March 17. This an- i' Young Matrons Circle ,1 with the Troy Bennetts.
returned home Monday night; I Tuesday March 27. All seniors :
released by E. E.j ( Matrons Circle Freeman Hoover and Norman
of electricity from his body. 'I nouncement was j' The Young of..
from Orlando where they have i are urged to go to the health'department
I and supervisor !: Church met with ]!Hamilton of Jacksonville
For All Occasions Minott president the First Baptist were
.
Mr* Alice! :NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA44 been visiting her father. who was and get a blood test :
S break a gobletith high of Music in Bradford County. He ]: :Mrs.: Truman Norman for the 'weekend guests of Norman's parents -
I ill, and her brother who is in a at once. Dr. Covington will have'to !
frequency hound. DISH GARDENS i further stated: "The Association' monthly program meeting Tues- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton. -
I critical condition following an release a satisfactory medical
the is happy to invite you to attend. day evening. After an interesting .
fry an on a cold "hotplatt' POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY Il you weie not one of auto accident last week. I I I report before you wll be allowedto
egg The Junior
crowd at Heilbronn Baptist | its first vocal Music Festival. We discussion Mrs. Norman assistt'd'I High Basket Bali
:Mrs.: Leon Starling of Jacksonville : take the tests.. Nursing Education I,
made of wood. ream
i Church last Sunday you surely > hope with your attendance to well General Ed- by her mother. :Mrs.: Carl Prevatt, defeated Baldwin in a gamt-;
and Valaria Shuford visited as as
I iI We had' make this, our first festival. one served delicious refreshments to I in Starke last Friday evening
I float nwtal rings in midairby missed one grand day. their grandmother. Mrs. Carrie ;j ucation scholarships will h/ offered -
Flowers 'WiredAnywhere one of the largest crowds; ever:i J of the most successful in our this )[1'5. Mil j Smith :Mrs.: Lonnie I The James Waters family were

electromagnetic forces. to attend a Homecoming. The Norman Sunday. I state. Today we should dedicate year. Teston. Mrs. Paul Bennett, Irs. /Sunday dinner guests of the Btifcrd -

: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins- better Ked ('rosN! Enrollment | Tex Wilson. Mrs. F. Fowler Mrs.j j[ Higginbothams in MaxvilleMr.
the
and otKer scientific.demonstrations. : auditorium was arranged to seat i our lives to building of
startling i well over 300 and many had to I visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rosier young musicians, morally, ;!( Every adult in Bradford County Edgar Wilkinson and :Mrs.: L. C. and Mrs. Henry L. Hamptonot

in Macclenny last Friday night. is asked to enroll with the ': Miami last
j' spent week with
We King.
Nona St. Starke stand and others could not even I' j' spiritually and musically. hope ;
:Mr.: and Mrs. John and Red Cross Chapter during March. i Mr.! and Mrs.
get inside the building. The mu- Aguiar that you and your school will be. The H.V.. :Moseley: Jrs. of Or- I Wilmot Starling and

I daughter of Wesconnett visited i i at I The minimum amount for membership -I!lando spent the weekend with the '['atricia.
included represented 100 our
sic was wonderful, and per cent I __ .
i I II II her mother :Mrs.: J. S. Norman. first festival" I is $1. Any local school :sr.-: iioseieys. I I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L
I solos duets trios, quartets special -
II I last Friday. I Adult Education I representative will take your enrollment Mis3 Jackie Harley of Jacksonville JDinkins and Freddie this weekend
and piano
singing i
; group and give you a member- : 1 were Miss Adel
Dinkms
spent the weekend with. her of Jack-
will Adult classes still in session !
We planI are
numbers.
hope you
| I I
WYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYiCLAY I ship card. Join today! I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hub Harley. 'sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
I to be with us for Homecoming at RJE and Lawtey. The clsss in
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I 1'
Church >\\'., j She and her grandmother, Mrs.A. 'Dinkins of St. Augustine.The .
I again the first Sunday in March Homemaking is busy making Easter :
HILLby Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. II. Harley, were dinner guests Colley Griffis family spent
i next year. In the meantime, come dresses for the parade. All
ST ARRE. FLA. I ReR J. Washington pastor, cl Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith andA. Sunday in Saxton with Mr. and
I and worship with us in our regular persons interested in joining the ,
held services all day Sunday. Q. in Starke. :Miss Quenelle Mrs. Clifton Sellers and famil
church services. Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA fun come out each Tuesday and'
I Ieach Sunday School was conducted by Smith had dinner with Miss Con- Mr. and Mrs. Luther Billiard
I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Salano Thursday. Typing classes meet
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor r the Supt., Brother Homer Wil- nie Harley. ,gave a family party for their son.
weekend with relativesin Wednesday and alternatingMondays. -
the
spent iams. During the moining worship :Miss: :Mary: Julia Futch of Talla- Daryl on his first birthday. last
Mrs. Gertie Faircloth Sun-
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Miami nd Key \Vest.Mts. ;1 spent Persons in General Ed-
hour the sermon was delivered hassee was the weekend guest of Sunday afternoon. Those attend-
with her and \
day son daughter-in-
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ucation who have been irregularin
J Annie Saunders has re- and ing were Mr. and Mrs. StarlIng
I law, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson. attendance are expected to by the pastor was her mother Mrs. Joyce T. Futch Leon

----- -. I turned home after a month'sstay Mrs. Wilkinson also gave a'' is almost re-1 I highly inspirational. The love and brothers. Terry and Ralph.Mr. and family, and Mrs. Louie-
turn that spring
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M.: in :Miami: with Mr. and Mrs. t.irthday dinner in honor of her 1 1brandson. here now and better weather is in'' Feast followed. During the evening and :Mrs.: Benton Futch and belle Wainwright and daughters.

I'eiry Kite Jr. Wayne Johns. worship hour the Holy ,son. Steve, attended church at the''' of Jacksonville. the Steve Starling
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unicn 6:16 P.M. :sight. The following persons'names ;,
:Mr.: and Mrs. David Plunkett Euchaiist was administered by First Baptist and had dinner with Junior children and Mrs Steve
Mrs. Minnie Gurr and sons spent have been sent to the ,
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M or Winter Haven visited her Rev. Washington. The choir is the Futches. Starling Sr.
pa it of the day with Dad and Mom ;:Plate Department of Educaton asstudents
mother Mrs. Florence Johnson planning a Baby Contest to help :Mrs.: Georgia Ann Sapp had as Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorman and
i Strickland Dad and Mom adult education and
Sunday. of
!
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVI1 at and her brother-in-law and sis ] with general church assessments I recent visitors her son and daugh- family of Jacksonville were Sun-
I i turned to Jacksonville with them ; be due for a citation soon:
tel'11':: and Mrs. Ancel Norman may and payments on the piano. The terin-law_ :Mr.: and Mrs. EverettBurney day evening guests of :Mr. and
II a m. Regular' Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. : and spent the night. Mr. Stirck_ 1j ;Robert Dell Willie Pitman Hen-J: Mrs. Bryant Reddish.
from Thursday until Sunday.Mr. contest will close on the fourth and their daughter, Doris.
j land went to Duval Medical for I rv Bryant. Clemmer Brynt, Mae ,
;: :: and :Mrs.: T. N. Norman treatment while Minnie and Bessie ]B. Scott Arata Williams :Miri-: ,I Sunday in April. Tickets will go and family and son. Bill, and Donald Brandeis left Saturday
this week. Vote for the ::family of Jacksonville. morning for a speaking tour in
and! son Gerald, ani Mr. and [went shopping. The Stncklands :urn Tyson. Marion Tyson. Marion ;: on sale" |'
--- Valuable Crews is in Orlando, Arcadia, and TampaMr.
choice. Wesley a patient
Ru-
and
Mrs Eldon Sapp sons leturned home Monday afternoon. j Dell Bertha Lee Dell. Solomon baby of your
-- -- and | will be awarded including Alachua General Hospital in and :Mrs.: Frank Sutton ana
Mr.
visited prizes
and Joe.
lolph Mr. Crawford filled his appointI ;Newman. Ida Mae Smith Maude (I'a
/ bond. According to 'I Gainesville. The C. B. Hiatts and daughter are staying with Mrs'
$25
'4 Mrs Barney Eggers and family'n ment at Clay Hill church last Sati i I F:. :Magee: Janie Mitchell, Emma : war
HearSIDNEY I Mrs. Bernice Morris five babies :Mrs. Leona Edwards visited him Daisy Sutton. Frank has recently
Jacksonville last Sunday.Joyte urday night and delivered a won4(: l'Um. Albert Tyson. Arthur Ran- ; I I' been

I COX :Morgan.: Bessie Lee dcrful message. The house was Henderson Hudson, Ada will be in this contest. The names i on Saturday. : discharged from military
f (lolph :
:Mrs.: Johnson and service.
Shirley
week.
.Jukes and James McCall attended | full, even the choir seats. This is j Jell[ Smith Elizabeth Bright, Dorothy will be released next j family Mrs.
Lee Prevatt and
visited daughtciGayle
relatives in Reddick
on
11 AM AND! 7:30 P.M.. a beauty contest at White the first time some of us have <,< Wilson, Inez Hightower, Services weie very good at the1'( :Sunday.Mrs. of the State Farm were

Springs Friday night. : seen this many at services in this Jeralene Dommon. Emma Wil- | First Born Church last Sunday. I HWe '
:: Carrie Gasque has returnedto Saturday guests of Mr. and Mir-!
Earl Hosier of Ocala visited little church. lianas, Haywood Brooks, Essie were happy to have our Dis- |
School 10 I her home after extended Willie Griffis.
an
Sunday a.m. Julia Harris and
here last weekend. Al- trict :Missionary.:
i'iutives Bobby Holland. Catherine Hampton
Next Saturday night visit with Miss Hazel Higginbotham ,>'
relatives in
Morning Worship 11 a.m. of :Mother M. Roberts from Jacksonville \ Broxton,
Rev and Mrs. S. L. Watson Estelle Williams. Bea- |
Green Cove
from Springs. ,
i Knight lie Strong ( Baldwin is spending sometime withMr. I
Ga. visited the R. L. :Marian : with us. Next Sunday is Ga.Mr.
Wax/cross. be Hampton, ;
of Peoria church will trice Scott, Gary
Training Union-6:30 pm. >pastor : and Mrs. Cedric Rosier and and Mrs. Mitchell BrownT.
and
j :Morgans last Friday night. i with us to deliver the message.On Houston, Joyce Walker Alma! Pastoral Day and members .: 'family ,'isitedrs.. Roster's par- W. Tatum and son. Char !It-

Eening Service.:::10 p m. Clinton Norman of Jacksonville March 17, Rev. Lingerfelt will Houston. :Mary: Hampton Benjamin -| friends are invited to come out 'ents. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Mosley, were business visitors to Jai-k.-.n-

.m i If Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nor- j/l.e our messenger. The weather is Claik. Sadie L.. Clark :\Iarie'Allt"n and worship with us throughoutthe ; 'in: Maxville on Sunday.:; ville on Monday.The .

"Hour of POer" i l. recovering in St. Luke's these Glennis Solo- | day. Sunday evening the
min will
nice noand we expect :Mary: Danny Miss Mige Green of Madison is WMU ladies and the- YO.IMK
i Wednesday, S p.m. Hospital from burns he suffered congregations right on as Lela Suggs. Isaac Duhart, Heavenly Fire Spiritual Singer
large
mon. 'i-isiting her brother and sisterinaw Matrons Circle, of the First B.M.'_

t ** when a gas refrigerator he was we are getting these Saturday evening Alice Hamilton. Minnie Ola Mos- with Elder E. Iatreof' Jacksonville I J Mr.: and :Mrs.: Preston Green. 1 tist Church are observing tin-
.\ ; Church For .t will be with to render -
Going ( iv irking on exploded recently. hours established. Walker. Norma Jean us
preaching ley, Lizzie Mrs. M. Jones and son, Celester, Week of Prayer for Home Mi.--
.\ Coming S.n iour" _ :Mi: and Mrs Freeman Crosby i We were sorry to learn that Home. JessieVilliafll.S.:;. Lillie Bell a musical program. ElderF. 'jf Swainsboro Ga. visited Mrs. sions at the church this wenk

.': Tampa visited relatives here Green was taken sick on Carrie Frazier. Lillie Howard. pastor.
Bobby Hamilton. (Carrie: Gasque and .son L C. this The Lions Club held its mcetm

:.a-st weekend.YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. the way to church Saturday night Mar Riley, Cornelius Hunter. Eve- School Dedication ''I.veekend. at the School )lunch room U.-'

r First Church I 1 1 and instead of coming to churchhe Gladys Blye, Roosevelt : Plans are well under way for ,
Baptist HamptonMARVIN lyn Solomon Mr.: and Mrs. Mack: Tanner. :Miss: Thursday evening with 2.r. piesin'Speaker

had to be rushed to Dr. Ritch Dell. E. E. Minott, Annie I the dedication program at RJE J(rune Starling and Randy Starling : was Distn't Govern, .
Jel- >,on[ Sunday April 8. The Junior ,
E FAII.E: PastorREVIVAL GRAHAM In Starke. Hope the trouble was Thomas.. Elmer Shell. Irene .pent: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Morrow.
serious. Givens Zeporah :Musicians! will have to plan their I
nothing son. Elizabeth -. D. Padgett in Maxville.
-- -- ---- --- -- Willie : I recital for another date because
:.E -_ :Mr John :MeltinneyIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAL4 I Our attendance was good in Sunday Jennings, Mildred Turner. Henry Tanner of Jacksonvilleisited AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRIGIDAIRE
---- i ()t the dedication. Watch this ,
School last Sunday. 33 of our Mae Cromarty. A. B. Anderson his parents :Mr.: and Mrs.

;: -.t '. _- :I enrolled 42 were present: 26 of Linwood Crawford Dorothy Williams ]paper for the new date time. and -)ave Tanner, last Friday. His

: Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. :\ these had studied their lessons, Joyce Covington Ollie Mae 'i ]place. The Junior Musicians are tI irother, Charles, returned with
Iarzie 1 planning I to attend the :Music
.1 C Moody and family were Mr. : and 20 brought their Bibles. The Williams: Alma Moffelt, 1'lim for the weekend.Mr. TilE BEST-KNOWN
1 I Festival in Ocala on Saturday.
CHURCH OF GOD nnd Mrs. R. H. Hardenbrook and! Junior class wished to have a Barnes J. P. Franklin. Reatha I :: and :Mrs.: Jim Starling of NAME
March! 17. ELECTRIC
Eloise
: introduced themto Duhart Lizzie Hankerson. Uacclenny were visitors at thei.
t hildren of Jacksonville. :Mr.: and Bible Drill so we

122 N. St flair St. Starke Florida :Mrs. C. B. McKinney.:: and Mrs. j! the Word Drill. All want Hawkins. Rainell Albert. Oscar Scout Reorganization i C. Harley home on Sunday.The REFRIGERATION
"
Scoutmaster Brooker T. Marshall -
Jimmy Cole of Starke and Mr. I pnother drill for next Sunday and Mitchell. Ruby Clark. Ellen Holmes. Bob Wheeler family and RANGES

: and :Mrs. Leonard Prevail and every Sunday. This teaches the Essie Pedue. Rosa Williams, ] i is asking all Boy Scouts to ',.[rs. Levin Griffis were business WATER HEATERS
;
Revival In Progress children of Lawtey.Mrs. ''I use of the Bible better than any Ida Mae Williams. Bertis Robinson 1 meet at RJE on Friday. March': 'isitors to Gainesville on Friday.Mr. AIR CONDITIONERS

Della Osteen and children ,!I method we know. We also have. Lillian Hawkins, Lonnie !9. at 7:30: p. m. All committeemen :: and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt WASHERS & DRYERS

EVERY NIGHT.; 7:30 P. M. of High Springs were recent dinner;i'|I f,ur new Masonite Register Board Gibbs. Lillie Riley. Eighty-seven I art- invited to attend .a ind family were Sunday guests of

i 1 1I guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. P. 0.1, and used it to show our record persons have enrolled in the pro- klr. and Mrs. Ernest Southerlandn Get The Best For LessSmith's

Starling.Mrs. I last Sunday. We are gradually gram by paying $2. Lets make Can't Get RidofYourCold : Lake Butler. At

I t JAMES NEWMAN Harley Starling is a patient ;! climbing and will be on the map it 100. If there are pt'rsonsho Miss Leta Futch spent the week-

I in a Jacksonville hospital. We 'I some day.Let's ; are interested in learning to read ? e nd with her brother-In_law and

EVANGELIST wish her a speedy' recovery. all members of this little better. write talk. and spell bet- s lister. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls GarageFRIGIDAIRE
Then try 666, the wide-activity medicine
Johnny \\'aUIt'ft Monday for the I church be present Sunday for the I ter. enroll tonight free. Duringi for greatest effectiveness ''n Starke.Mr. .

Air Force. and will take his basic first Sacrament service' ever held ,i this month persons may enroll against all symptoms of all tindt of and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonmd I

training at San Antonio Texas. in the church. All members should ,|I for general education free. This <<-Ida. 666 combines 4 potent, widelya: family and Mrs. Katie Padgett
REV I. S. WILLIAMS Sales and I
Service
1 Mrs J D. :McKinney of Gaines- make a great effort to be present. !'': does not include music and typ prescribed drugs and gives positive \sited Mr. and Mrs. Ger.e Nettles _
dramatic results in a matter of hours. 1
Li i I PASTOR \ lilt' was honored with a misoel-j j:,' These services will be at the 11 ing. The music class meets each It* combined therapy covers the n Jacksonville last Saturday.Mrs. We nice All Makes of :

.menus shower Friday night at ]I Ii o'clock hour. Rev. Jim Strickland i I ".Wednesday Ebenezer Baptist tompUtt range of aU cold symptoms. :: O. J. Phillips, and :Mr.: and tIf'ctritalppli.ulf'S: I
:
'i ht h."me of :Mrs. Louise Newman. ]'1 'vill be in char .. If you want to ''Church. Lincoln City. Director Irs James Phillips were visiting
I elcomc To People of All Churches time. No other cold rrmeJy .,Hr and Mrs. Fate Redd Macon.. 6/)6 V. Temple Ave. i
M'ill Melton and children hear him preach one more Minott i is planning- concert fur match 666 liquid 666

, \\ iMoAe' Zo' ".<.:::1')1: ar.d oni- i :: t .1: ar.il: stay i"r this *he gor ,tip soon Thev "mil a party: or 666 Cold Tablets. I,;la. from Thursday t.) Sunday. PHONE I'O i iI

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PAGE EIGIITWarren OOCNTf TELEGRAPH. STARKE:, FLORIDA
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To Visit Records Show Five Starke C of CRepresented I I Heart Fund Drive Brooker FieDestroys Senator To Address A>;:o< tation. is designed to I'ontribthe II:idson Pulp and-Papo: > Com-- I

Bradford Traffic II I ute to better understanding of the pany.
Receipts AnnouncedTotal
Starke Saturday I II Deaths During 1955Fie At i Home American Legion Here forestry program of the pulp inThe program will include tours>

II I dustry among the men who work of the St. Regis and Cont tiner
receipts of 1251.45 'in the Sen. Harry 0 Stratton of Fer-
I d.rectlyith: the state's tree farm- Corporation plant-
Fullei 1 \\ ai ren, formei Gover- person were killed and 84 JacksonvilleEight one-day Heart Fund drive In The home of Mr and Mis nandiru will be guest speaker at I'IS.
!'
for the of- automobile accidentsin Starke were announced yesterday ? of the Post 56 next
..r and :j candidate injured in > Freddie Claik at Diooker was meeting Higgins and Haas have been Recent Birth.
in this spring's pri- Bradford County in 1955. ac- representatives of the by Miss Florence Jennings chairman completely destroyed by fire early Tuesday night at 8:15: in the American \ited
ae again to the
!
Starke the Florida State Department | : Heart Fund Sunday was I| Legion home. session as guest of :Mr an.1 :Mrs \\ ,:, :,1.,' :" xRinoid ,.:
rnanrs will be in thisjSatuid.i I j 101 ding to Starke Chamber of Commerce II I Wednesday morning. the St Kejjis 1'apei Company. Con-
6:15 tol :sponsored here by the Woman's : Senator Stratton will discuss announce 'h nj--i: ,'i t t
from of Public :
:\' afternoon Safety. participated in a day-long "Local I Mr Clark stated that he was tamer Corporation of Ameiica the
here from! The accident record, compiled 'Club. I ;means of the facilities -.>n Gary Ran.lui OJ': M II: ;3in ,
6' r. He will arrive Chamber Leaders Workshop, : awakened about 5 a.. m. and improving Intei natIonal Pal),>: Companand .Ike'
Lake Butler where he i is scheduled -, from reports ty each County in I sponsored by the Chamber of, Area captains reported collections -' found the entire top of the house 'of the Bradford County Fair and : M.\:Vi :..:'v. Hu--/i; :: I

to arrive at 5:15: and depart | the Ftate lists a total of 170 : Commerce of the United States ; : as follows Mrs L. L. Pick-1 ablaze. Cause of the file, which ;all members are urged to attend U-

a* S:15. i![ accidents for the year in Brad-:I.in the George Washington Hotel I' ering, $4132; Mrs. C. V. Ingle- apparently started in the Kitchen. 'this important meeting

Warren is on his first whistle1tP I!| ford, with all five fatalities oc : at Jacksonville yesterday ;right and Mrs. Elva Stewart $28.- was not determinded. '! LIVE RUTLEDGE'SOne I

tour of the State starting curving in ural areas There Mayor W. T. Jackson, President ; 35; Miss Helen Haines. $93.50; Members of the family man- Tree Meeting To Host I BAIT Mi South of KeystoneHeights

m Pensacola From here he will : weie 32 accidents in (cities in the Guy Andrews. Director and City > Mrs Lucille Davis. $H.7-1: Mrs C. aged to get out of the house unharmed i on Route 1 ,

on to Mawlenny and on to Jack- county during: 19.)3. Clerk! Carl Johns. County Commissioner I II |; L Scholl. $10.25. Receipts from but all clothing and furnishings Two Bradford Men

-..r.vi.le:! oerflight.American Statewide statistics showed 951' Jessie! R. Chastam : plastic hearts totaled 1939. and were lost with the exception t
Bradford ( 1 ; _
persons killed and 25,504 injuredin Dnector J. E \Wall Jr. Chamber mailed-in contributions were $14. of one diesser and a 'onnAgI'n' i.< ," :::.:_,,,,:. ::::.. ,-,""': -- ---: -- ": -.=
T. Hugfims I anti Soil CUMv : i -
Legion 76482 reported accidents last IanaZ"erIrs./ Marian Howe and i'' H is hoped that additional mail washing machine. Mr Clark said
Technician Bill H.1.1will J'] p i >'n I'
jear There were 628 fatalities in Members Stephen DtRopp and contributions will bring the total j I, he haj only about goo: in in- 50 northeast Fbi .01.1 Ft'ervire '- '- -:' n PROSTATE SUFFERERS
Tickets accidents rural areas of to $300. {!
Circus 25,747 in Mrs A. F Sauls joined representatives surance.
and Soil (Thnt' ':. S New Mechanical Instruments S No Massagi
the state. and ISS persons were from more than 50 Chambers Miss Jennings announced that a : The Brooker fire department .. \
On SaleAdvane Service officials the ,
Now as u "i.-- Xe Mechanical Instruments S No
killed in 50.735 accidents in cities. of Commerce in north Flori- meeting will be held\ in the Worn-1 1: was' c-alled to the scene, but the SiurgerRITE
four Florida pulp :.cnil\ i'.t'" t"i '
sale of tickets for the The safest Counties in Florida da and southeast Georgia in gen-1 I 1 an's Club next Tuesday morning at'' house was so far gone that little panics in a tWIldlIll'" i''. .' \\ ; FOU riJFK: ; BOOKLET:

of Christian Bros. during 1955 were DeSoto, Franklin ual discussions of major Kxal' 10 o'clock for the purpose of organizing i.nuld he diintexcept' keep the .
c",".li\ stand )I Jacksonville Match I 1"II.! THE FINLEY CLINIC
: Liberty and Union. Thereere heart fire fiom to other .
March 27 is now in problems. i a permanent asso- ':'IE'admg.
Cm us heie on : The lHe 'tmg. ,I: I In.\: \ lit
),!M>!Mess by members of AmericanLesrmn '' \\ no traffic deaths in DeSoto The workshop opened with a ciation in Bradford County. Representatives -i! bu.'ding* :::uuth"ll1 l'ulp\\.1 I I", '.-' \ t' :: 12:1: W HEAVER: JACKSONVILlE FI_.V

or Union counties, with 13 injuries color motion picture titled "People. from the Duval County .- _
56 -' "
Post explain that in 47 DeSoto accidents and 29 Products and Progress association will be present to assist .: ._ "<5 :: :. _:::- !4:. -; :.";' "
The I.. !sionnaires:
the post will get 50 per cent of re- injuries in 2* Union accidents. 1975.," based on plans and predictions -i I'.: in the organization work. she Natural Gas w.c.T.u.


(ceipt., and from only all 10 tickets per rent sold on in tickets advance -i number Liberty of County accidents recorded had with the only 19 lowest and 12 business ty firms trade and associations included sessions and- !: said."Your contribution to the Heart i Continued from Pap One) ,I iiiaiikin Tinluiir! anh greatest.\' tNt: ,ciicnui-s:, l.t'fI-:" u! Sell It Rent It Trade U

sold at the gate on Circus day. ,: Franklin County on such subjects as "Con'. Fund supports research and pro- IKMr.K;: ; and 111:11hut: :

Therefore. the public is asked to:. injuries. gressional Action" "Retail Trade fessional education on a nation The proposed line would begin .
hi.' gr.'atct ,,f thrs i>. DUINK '
Cooperate by purchasing ticket in Jeffervm County with only two. Development" "Building A Better -, wide scale the development of a operation with 350 million cubu- WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

ad\'a nee. h'\d the lowest death rate per 100( Business Climate" "Economic statewide Florida heart program. 1 feet of gas a day and'l1ll,) -.;:
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Children's tickets are 50 cents' million vehicle miles traveled. i Understanding," and "The Cham- and 60 per cent of all funds remain eventually each a capacity load -

matinee or night: and adult tickets Bra d ford County iccords showed her Executives Role In Industn- in your district for the development of 550 million cubic feet duly Stenographersneeded Low Rates food Results Easy Tn Place

ale $1.25, matinee or night. Special !seven fatalities per 100 million al Development" of a local program." Include,, (Otlnri/c JO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION I Me

student's tickets will be on sale for vehicle miles. 1 R J. Lewmson' president! of thn Miss Jennings said The gas would be moved at EACH AIHIITIOX.LlORD 2cls

P.v far the most dangerous host Jacksonville Chamber of SOrt pounds inch
matinee only at 35 cents. per squat pie-- at
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motorists' 'Ol\r OK 1.% Pf.H ('ET ON TWO OK HOUR SRBTION9!
Florida for
Tickets be purchased from County in Commeice greete the visitors at I,, Rites Saturday For sure in the main pipeline and .
may __::a uiiuTinx U. FOR HI.IMI 4ns OK AD* NOT iu> IND\'.\> 'R
which had 19908
accidents -
any member of Post 56 or at the was Dade. the morning session would be cut down to 100 poundsper UNIVERSITYOF L

following places: Alraiez Store : ; last year in which 112 Rosetta WilliamsonMrs square inch in a special reducing OIK '1'I''IiTIlllolI"lU- ; CARPENTER WORK P.-m,>deline -
: It 11)10* IIKP: tIKKIIll : Cement HhukI'.i." f;. H ai"-i I
Hot'h's, Caoova'slitchell's. r>er<;on<5 were killed and 6.:129 station for transfer to the FLORIDA3day. _\ Ial.... All ModrU '1 Mdine Cement work Cha A
injured ''Bradford Rosetta Kite XVilliamson a\onahlr rbarcnt:: cuarantrrdII Sorrell. c 'o Telegraph' tfchg
of Starke
Batksdalc-'s Robbins', and Cham- Berry Crop City mains. Includedin .
II \Ii. t' "I.I'IIEUII:
83, born in Staike October 26,
bei f Commerce. the citv's installations wouldbe 701: u. t nil "t. Murky i'h ;.19 Rl'KliKR STAMPS made to order; f
o :; 40-hour week .
Brings Shaky PricesAn 1S72, died in a Gainesville nursing I dater. numh..r..r ni-tar\ "tals,
Schoolmen home afternoon an odonzer to give the natur- I'onJ".:- :NVw S x: S x: 16 Conircte I i fai...imile stamps lIrallllrd''lInl< )
Analyze Wednesday
i i ally odorless fuel a characteristic-! 2 weeks vacation each bloik. It.- cVment $1.50 i it I Telegraph tf
DrillThe
BHS Band '" erratic market and widely
following an illness of several >*'r bag Mu-'ir Mix $1.30 per
Enrollment DropAn varying quality of fruit pot: weeks smell for early watning in ca e each year lt:4i?. H..idf.ttd Knginfering Co.nh'.n. !h:e. P\in ON: "AVivctKET. I
Bradfoid Sihool (' ; of leaks or thoughtlessly open 14 Starke tf | STOVB TATE hANK: KET-
High Bradford County's 19.16 strawber-1 Mrs Williamson was the widow I STO.NK: I tot: . FI.A MEM-
enrollment of over values in the homes of users. Free Course each semester JlOO HK\VAKn
Band will hold a pre-inspection drop ry deal off to an uncertain start of the late I. L. Williamson who for information HEft FIUP
K-.idins t" the one that cut fence
drill at the athletic field today 45 per cent since their group first i this week '. died in August of last year Her The Coastal Transmission Cor- ,,, Sick leave and retirement on my property U> Ilottrll Lake.J .

( Friday) at 2 p. m. The band,,, entered high school is reflected : From Friday through Wednesday patents were the late Benjamin poration plans to build 565 miles benefits Maurice FMurard-,. tfchg BILL SOTO

full uniform and' statistics compiled recently by : ot the pipeline. from the Rio I
will appear in ::j i in a total of 270 crates had I i and Hester Johns Kite. SIGN SHOP
will present for BHS students members of the Bradford High Grande Valley in Texas to the ApplyUNIVERSITY Pre-Summer
i I been sold at the Starke Farmers |[ She is survived by three grandchildren Special

the same show they will give dur-:i j Senior Class. I Market at prices ranging from $6 : Mrs. Dolly Beulah of east banks of the Mississippi OF FLA.Employee I One Mile South

ing the District Band Festival Of 186 students attending to $9.70 per crate. Hampton and Mrs Dorothy Deck-I River, near Baton Rouge, La. at PersonnelSen' 2 New G. E. On Keystone Highway

heie March 17. i at the time the present I a cost of $59.805,000 i j I
on classes :, Prices last Friday remained in : ard and Joe Boring of Jackson-', Phone 178-L

Following the drill. a ShOl.tparade i, seniors enrolled, only 101 remainI i a satisfactory range of from $7.SO j yule: several gieat-grandchildren: :, The Houston Texas Company i ices Air ConditionersWere ,

will be staged through,I I today, a loss of 85 students. 1 to $9.70, tut on Monday the and a nephew, Lester Kite of would constuct the remaining 9611I I II : 109 Administration BIdg. I I All Types Signs

the business district Director :\!. I In an attempt to find out why ;, range dropped from $7 to $8, and ,I Starke. .I I miles of main line from Baton Now

C. Thompson said. I so many of their classmates had I I on Tuesday from $6 to $7. The I She was a member of the BapI :| Rouge to Miami at an estimated :I GAINESVILLE, FLA.DidYouKnow. II I, $379.95 $199.95 !, GENUINE BLOOMING INDIA AZALEAS FORMOSA

Gail Duke and Jackie ( cost of 105836000. j
left school has been $7.30. ,
list Church. .
I ja\'t'rage I Plants lOc to >5 00
I Colley interviewed teachers students I The lower prices were attiibu-, Funeral services will be held at Must Prove Demand I Telephone 229 Greatly Reduced Prices
FOR DEPENDABLE I and friends of the dropped .I Both firms require firm contracts -i !, on lots 25 to 100Azaleas
I ted to: U poor quality of some the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in ? i
I students. and reviewed theirrecords from Florida cities along: iI G. J. McGRIFFG. since 1490
offered out-
'jherrie competing
I
i ; Starke Saturday at 2 p. m with ( BELVEDERE AZALEA
I in school files. I put from Plant City and other I the proposed gas line in order to I APPLIANCES I
Rev. Lewis D. Haines RPV.J E.
Termite Control and GARDEN AND
Many illnesses are not due to I II NURSERY
that there is definite demand I
I They found that 25, or 13 percent ;.areas: 3)) the fact that volume I I.. O Hemingway officiating. In- | prove a -,I PAULINE EAULB COLLINS

I Household &: Commercial j i had left their studies to i : heie is not jet sufficient to attract r termE'nt11 be i in the family t' for the fuel in hearings before diseased organs but to nerve I! MAN or. WOMAN:: -To take over I! P O_Box: 163 Earlt ton. Fla. I
j Federal Commission which the
the Power pressures prevent organs ;
I marry; 22. 12 per cent transferred I out of town buyers. plot in Santa Fe Cemetery near route of established customer in
.
Pent! Control to other schools for various i Ralph Nettles, manager of the I Hampton. from working normally? I Iark. Weekl) profits ..f t"It ito FOR S\I..B-Surburban horn*. 4
or more at start possible No ear rooms and bath. Easy ii-rm Also !-
Grove Sprajing reasons; 16, 9 per cent, are now I Brooker FarmerJ'ltarkl't.' is managing -.,' Active pallbearers will be Ju-t I A representative of the law'' Below is such a rase: Man: I Ig. or other investment nceet.5.ary.VmII redecorated apartments with

Call FR. 6-6035; I working; 15, or 8 per cent, left i the early-season deal here'''I lian. Glen J. L.. and Harold i firm representing both is expect-I j ,\ .. 38. Had severe fall and i i I f\ I K help Ruble you Kept get M-l.started The WriteI J, H. _all ronteoieuces: ; W. Madison Mr.--. W II. tfchu4RATOCA Nollman2J3 -

to join the armed forces; and i'i'i and will remain until April 1',I' Smith of Gainesville: Russ Eberle I ed in Starke later this week with i was knocked out for a time. Watkins: (Cumpan, Memphis 2,

Florida Pest Control I only 7 students. or 4 per cent of: I I when he returns to Brooker for I of Rtarke- and Larry Johnson of, contracts to supply the proposed I There was no apparent Injury I| Tennessee lip J HEIGHTS
'I
the original class of 186. failed. the snnne vegetable deal. Jacksonville i city system and the present mu- : but later developed headaches, A WATKINS I'.OUTE IS OPEN in
& Chemical Co. I Commenting on these findings. i Nettles said that some growers : nicipal Light and Water plant. I ItE'n..ion in Bradford ri>unt>. Many nearbydealers !STARKE. FLORID
I i in ntx'k nervousness and now' making $7 5 to $100
I officials stated that the vast majority :'are sE'lIinetheir berries "in thefield" Sets The Council was assured bY ; PIT week This is one of the bestlollte ': Two Ihre bed. room ....wr.,
24 X. \V. 16th1'. : Hampton Baptist .i Scott that there has been no |. trouble sleeping. Still later he in the "stal.- I'anou qual- hardood rloo.... bfautlfallr HBliihrd -
| of students who fail to i ; without brinl'ingthem to appreciable writ.. IDIfi.... lawns pUntrd mat
ifv for this 'ne' Why not
Gainesville, Florida | complete their high school course i! the market He advised against Two Special Programs drop in the revenue i ii VHnpIained of being tired all the I The J. I\\atkins rn 6',9:; WIVaihtree UBdnraprd. Down par meet to

1 drop out in the 10th' grade. and I this, practice since it pulls buyers i, i from municipally-owned electric time and occasional numbness in I St. x E. Atlanta 1 Ua4tchg 30 Irtrranii>" and *CIOD.O4:=:i.1fO ,at(.VI.OO cloning.la Fill SOda

that over 50 per cent of those t j from the market with a conse- :, Two special programs will be: facilities in other cities that have j I I, fI..nrlajr.0 dona payment,

:_ '!', -- i who leave school are from rural ouent lowering of prices all along j ji presented i at the Hampton Baptist built municipal natural gas sys- I I legs.A Chiropractor found a displaced Large Farm, Ranch '1.:00.00.tFifJeea 1oWa",.

I i areas two miles or more from i the line he said. |j Church this weekend terns .i: vertabrae was pressing Timber Loans nw houM aow 9pg,,

: rkeI He expressed that "Facts of Faith" produced by The and supplied i ronstrurtlan.A flnanrlBK fitlySeleet '
St" hope prices figures report
i iI i| :
:an the spinal cord and thus pro- LOW INTEREST jour borne MklUjon haterboire
Wash Your Clothes I They pointed out that there is; i would strengethen when the early I II I the Moody Institute of Science inI by Reynolds, Smith and Hills'! a krUrtloa Ueadr (ororrupaarr
1 Im Los Angeles will t<- shown Saturday -: ducinghis distress. The pressure JERRY O. GAY within ttO !. BO d.;..
influx of students from other'i I "bad fruit" U off the bushes' I i were prepared for the city at a

:; Pounds I!! County !schools at that time who'and volume is large: enough to j night at 8 p.m. In this film. cost of 100. with the proviso was removed and the INSURANCE SERVICE Florida Realty Co.

;| are of necessity interested in make it worthwhile for outside I|.i I Dr. Irwin Moon -director of MIS, that they be engaged as engineers >j niptonis' disappeared. This pa- I Phone 371-J 1227 E. Call

For 40c! A ri'ulturalrts or IndustrialArts i buyers to start operating here i 1,I performs amazing feats of science. I if the Council should de- tient now enjoys nonnal health. I Of Starke ,

I programs with resultant The more man learns in the. field 1: c-ide to give its go-ahead for the ,I For an honest evaluation of I It'our :S.MAU.. IIOI' E Fill: JEXT-Sult- (Guy Aadrrwn, %V. B, Srwtll
I I ,
I 'of ililt lor twit X. tr Marke ,1'110"1. A 8 Taomai)
he the
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FREE" Bleach If Desired! I loss of interest when they encounter Plan To Reorganize science says more con-j i gas system health problems, visit the : ('.fla t i: \\'. It-.innen, State VM Trmplfr.. Pboac 383
I academic winced he is that there is a creative -I I Farm. upINCOME
a primarily 51.,&,,,. FloridaANNOUNCING
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'! schedule City Power System !' under Being control.who has the universe Bell Ringers BOLLINGER TAX RETURNSGet i

i Transportation figures: showed !' :; CHIROPRACTIC all jour I lgal deduction.. \
Sunday SpeakerOn
We Will The City Council Tuesday eve- I I I The McKinley Musical Messengers -
that of 773 students enrolled in ning took under consideration a' Sunday, March 11, at 11 a.m >ee or 'aU ;
will
Tenn.
of :
\Iorrist wn. pre- CLINIC
Dry Your Clothes i iI I Bradford School at the present ,| proposed administrative reorganization and 7:30: p.m., Rt'idnE'Y E. sent an evening of Gospel 1 music W. I P. SMITH Over to $10,000 Holders In IMvldends Paid

I time 502, over 60 per cent, use for the Starke Light and ; 'ox, from the extension department the Beulah Church on :' 3 Blocks Xorth of Post! Office 312 S. Walnut St. I I'olicy Through Our
at Baptist :
I!I each 1: Power plant and municipal water( of Moody Bible Institute in In Starke I'hone 376-J or Jill I Agency in 19.)). If you did not
For 20c the school busses day. I Frida March 16, at 7:30 p.m. in
participate these
MAMNGS,
j Chicago, will speak at the chutch
I Modern Methods :0rah :
system Lady ExperienceWELDING
i ii
; Of this number 147 are 7th- While McKmney's are featured : let
In >ew Automatic Driers! i The suggestion that the two He spent two years as dean of the bell their Assistant Steam Baths us how you how to save on
9th- as ringers pro-
143
LNSUUANCE
I gradors 124 mh-graders.! jour
Atlanta Bible Institute, and has''' ,
systems might be re-oriented in :
also includes a variety of '
gram
0 ]
graders. 14S 10th- rad.rs, 11311thgraders. light of starke's continued growthwas been associate pastor of Moody .other musical instruments. They --- MACHINE DOYLE E. CONNER

and 93 are 12th- Church in Chicago as well as of1''' REPAIRING I INSI'RANCEI
advanced ty City Clerk Carl
i feature the Theremin, said to be
The %Washeteria /frraders Johns in an effort to lighten a ', the Baptist Tabernacle in Atlanta. the only musical instrument in the LAW-X MOW Kits MAChINEGR1)UNI I Starke's Fastest Grouing I
'! ', He has also found time to write
Only students two miles or portion of the growing load imposed -:,: several i I world that is played without SERVICESPECIAL ) I \l'l'nT"o Licensed Agent
the words and music for
on Supervisor It S. Was- Washing Machines RepairedAnd I To S Y
Yt'mpte8. Starki' more fiom the city may use the !,I touching. A free-will offering will 'rve "u.
hundred choruses and
din. i i I gospel ;| be taken Sold i
s<'hool bus systE'm. I'hymns i which used', I
are widely Small Part.
incieas-1 Made
To Print
Johns out that
pointed Beulah church is located three W.NTElItishVa'.hi: r. Salad

ing demands for water and electrical around the world. miles south of the junrtion of GASE REPAIR SHOP I 'rilil girl, cooks House helper lls.timig and.ini u ,lit I t '-..>.,.<: I

1- p service have made it nec- : Routes 16 and 21 in Clay County : 511V.. Brotvnlee Street I Iti-hg

cessary for Wasdm to work reg- .': Plan CAP Dance i i Kaiford wad I K(,l: SAlE-Four Litami. tn, i I., ,|,

NO DOWN PAYMENT ularly on weekends and far into To Raise Rescue I iI Marke" floridaI'IIODTII I'I I room hue 61s U I.afaiM"'P :.I UI st.

the night on a growing numberof I
I KIVE IMK1M HorSK anti l.tth; 1.-s
emergency cases .Operating Funds \ J'.cnt ,In Lastt'y. Ba'k >.f -. )h",01 I
He asked that the present distribution : FARM House. Mrs Cibsi.n; l'hri''A'

of personnel be revamped The Keystone Squadron of the ONE WEEK Stark--. lilt
ian rrr firm patrd htghnar.. .
J6 MONTHLY PAYMENTS.19 to allow Wasdin more time to Civil Air Patrol recently partici-I 7 room dwell, modern roniem.lr FOll SAI.K-8 ni. ft lat IIIPP(M Ad.
$300. devote to the problems of the I pated in two search and rescue .rr., |mi bnl.1I: pecan tnH. miral J.fl'lg..rat..r I'hrpne HPH
.
C; llollmgvr 426: N Walnut St
ONLYComplete 2S ,
nrnnitr trffn well, to IB
a.
power plant. with the responsi- ,(: missions. The first mission was rultUatlon. a. I rape. punture. lip

$ 36 MONTIILY 1'AYJIENTS 5O A.17 bility for direct supervision of : around Williston and Lt. William fenced Bad rroM eared., 2 largepoultry
'fiflO ASTEH-I""by Sitter to lue In.
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outside line work and water prob-,f 1 I Breeze of the local squadron located I s2n.a4st.a,boo. Attrartltr r. aad large term barn.. home. Room and hoard pillev..ltr'

lems placed in the hands of a] the wreckage of a crashed light I I Inquire at i'oioy Island tor

LOANS UP TO $2500.00 new employee hired for that purpose -,,: plane In the second mission the II I FLORIDA REALTY CO. 1 lIahl11J.r'. Up ]

i ii l local squadron cooperated with all. MotorTUNEUP I Of Starke KOIl ItENT-'rw.. t..>dro<.m furnishd -
hous on Walnut! Apply! at
i i The Council has taken the matter !j!! north Florida and the Georgia wing i <(.uy A.d..._ w. B. *>eneli, SH4, E liruwnlfc. Apt J lip

under advisement and plans:J: in a two-day search for a flyer|I OUT ON A LIMB A. a.I Tk BLM3Tu

Why Put 011 to effect the changes at its next who parachuted from a jet south :]i I I Temple Atf' T..I..p..e83. : 'WANTED, .settled: :white JlotSEKEE1'EIt-Prpr.rr lady uahout hildrtn -
.
WITH !Marke, Florida Cleveland, It J,
: regular meeting.Telegraph I J of Valdosta. Lt. Austin Bell and r K !
I 1 FU t
Lake, Starke
JLt. William Puckett flew their!J Ji : KingsM
HIGH VALUES? Scientifically AccurateSun tp111
Needed Paint Your House ;
Repairs Adds i planes in connection with 20 other i
j|I planes from north Florida and Machines. Including Lookingfor a retirement farmor HELP WAoTID-l..aL"rat..ry X ray

Add a Room Screen Porches ,I Two Correspondents many from Georgia. In addition, I'j jp VALUES i are up! Are your Famous Distributor Tester hornet Horn He very ha attractive., at prenenttime buj-, T ford,-,'hnl('ollnll
p,, Lt. Breeze assisted with his ground I insurance defenses up too? I Insures The Best Performance noiur with good ...rm... 1:1'T.Jn" l-bedroorn h'.use.fssrriL'.hd .

BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING 1! This week two new writers mobile unit. Capt. Roy Browning t|I Or if disaster strikes, will From Your Car STROUT REALTY It Also Hartn..mn apart-

joined The Telegraph's family of served as liaison radio contact for you be caught with too little :r.n'furnished liiiitiire, A
FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER Johnie Hansen, RepresentativeP. liar' 01..1":1!. :!S Teltipie A'.t I'non
correspondents who help our read- the entire Florida unit. : insurance to cover the losIon't ? I Any Make CarOnly I O. B... SOT :;;2.j \ld,1t
SYSTEMS ALL REMODELING
REPAIRS AND
ers keep up with what is going on Starke
In order Ha.PIIONK .
to raise funds to help i F' 'It \!..tTllma411M""' ltutg'rI ,
}) : LABOR AND ''in this ever-growing area. The ( maintain the l .' "" -.-SantI
extensive organization -! take chance. Make WALDO IIO-S-1S31 : ::- ii" Mtsgi'.ie' \10
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: new correspondents are: Mrs 5.95 I:.. ttt) Mar 1'' H1' VI '.I
MATERIALS Ethan A. Sapp. who will report I| .of Bert the Chnstoffers local CAP squadronMaj. has an-I sure NOW that you hate ade. I JO" fD; 'r -it 1 : I' ''it' ', t.it I'! I

: from New River and Long Bridge: : r.ounced a St. Patrick's Day dance quate. up-to-the-minute in- -- -
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and Mrs. Robert V. Turner of the 'surance protection. Call If Needed
.\Applications Our Office No Obligation starting at 8 p.m. Saturday, March on
State Farm communityAs GOOD CLEAN USED CARS
17. at the Keystone Airpark. Iaj.Christoffel'S us. "OUR SERVICE
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stated that while this PAYS DIVIDENDS"

correspondents persons with news! squadron is one of the finest equipped AT BARGAIN PRICESSEE

of interest are invited to contact in the nation, all equipment

RKEBUILDBRS these ladies who will be glad to' was donated and members are unable -| H. C. Wall Agency RATLIFFCHEVROLET

include items in their
your reports. to bear the entire expense. OUR SELECTION AND PRICES
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extending from Keystone Heightson i above, all expenses except for J Starke. Fla. .

the south to Maxville on th i i gasoline. are borne by each individual Starke, Fla.
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