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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 30, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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llt-rU-rt Norman Oxford of Myrtle Beach, x V.. asleep in the "t the Garden Restiul.1II' 'I' R."UII : 1' a'

hack of this Ifinolishril ('ah. vvuit killed cm Highway; 301 Saturday :01 in St<. '" Biaat..id pLJwe To Buy From Texas-Florida Pipeline Iy-dtll-en iv to\\ out successois in favor cf !her ,.A r

muniing ulu-n the rink struck another, sKm-nuiving vchule at CO, County Sheriff r L R. nuish
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miles |>/T hour in lu-avj smoke and fog. The driver Luther KdnanlII Reddish revealed that in. nib i


trailer oiiilniution jatknifttl and careened off the road. I rear window, broke open a 30 by -!cial meeting called for that purple at 1 Itm.Ionday: to Starkt- under auspices (If 'h. ,

II :L0--mch safe weighing over 1,000 nuiid tl municipal natural gas system to serve the city and Rotary Club and is *'h,,<
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pounds after dragging It from the '" >urroundmg areas from central mains by 1937.Ttii ("ountfunctlons

I : i' I front of the restaurant into aalkin i'ithas entered the gas ______ ___ ; on \\ednoMli-
..., __ \\ cooler and also broke >pen ifne.e. h\ acting to intervene- Replacing the present i-ffue

A 1 ,: I the cash register. netuiii .,: the Houston Texas Traffic CasesIn holders for a day In oWrvan .

He said that the burglai, apparently mil (Oil Company in hearings of Boys and Girls Week wi'i l ill

y1171 tried first to load the i ,.II"'Hhngbefnrr' the Federal Mayor's CourtA members of the BUS Junior .11.1 i

safe on a car or light tl'w'k which I' :<" i "' ,iinmission for authonzaii' Senior lass elected from a s i -t t,

\ I left marks at the rear of the ,.: 'in, Oil Company's plan i of 75 candidates wh. quahfud
tkfJ total of 10 cases were brought
:\ I building. but found it too heavy: 11 inj, .j natural gas pipeline I efore Starke Mayor \\', T. Jack- The new Mayor of Stark i'-
to lift. They then moved it to the 0. n\as: to Florida and by Charles Kirkland. Dennis Mathews
son Monday morning at the
regular -
: cooler and opened it with a sledge .i rtving in purchase gas from session of Mayor's Court. is City (Clerk anal Art hut,
hainmei and chisel. ii'. pioposfd facility when it is I'at ray, Jr. is scheduled t" I iK.
tit) (otincil Chairman James .V Ix-vvis, '..t'att..lt.ft/ and (it) Of these, six were traffic violations over as Chief of Poln
George Kopelousos of i'"I1"' !nu-It'e1 '
owner dirk ( art Johns, seated right; afi their signatures |,, the resolution in which a total of 5105 in
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the restaurant stated that the The cIty acted on recommendation. : fines and forfeited bond collected Conducting the business m t ti.:
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-, robber must have taken place between ciutttil Momla committing the t'tj; to build l a municipal natural ., 01 its ('onsultangengineers, by the citjEdward .. next City Council meeting wl!!
: ga'. h)stein. Standing, left to right, are ('itv_ ('oiint'ilnien I. K.: be
Rt vnold Smith and Hills who Billy
"ioE .1'- 10:30: p.m. Sunday and 5:30: > <; Jones was fined $25 for Harrington Linda Johr.sSandra
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\ ., .+. Hark i-.wtii .a\vson, and T. C. Ila/rn Jr. and ( .ittlorn4' .\. J.
,.= 1',.f"' .1 m Monday, as he was the las presented l a report March 6 conservatively leckless driving; Gray Grover. Johns. Tom Longanll .I:in
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.--_ to leave and the first to enter at Ihonms ';1. ( oum ihuunan Ruby' Johns, not in the picture, incurred placing the annualnet John E Hermance Katherine Vidal :Mundorff.

those hours. in the unanimous. tin'ision passed at a sprdal afternoon meeting of income from the systema Kenneth Green has teen lei'!
This big diest-1 striuk the rub of the truck pictured above as it gas and Russell M Downes forfeited t

skulded. across Ilighuaj; 301 after striking the rear of another truck : He called the safe a "total IDS- tin- Council. $:!7.000' and estimating that $10 apiece by failing to appear ed Sheriff, Bill Alderman won
.nil added that he does not carry another 27.000 could be saved in answer to redlight'lola- the Tax Assessor's iaci p.iiu
here the shouUer of
traveling at.4 milnt pt-r hour, shown resting on '
th. road through thiik smoke early Saturday. I' burglary insurance. Sunrise Service ,Just One Week annually by converting the present tion charges; and $40 was forfeited Torode is Clerk Of the Com Jo'
II and Power Harden will serve (fount
I Reddish disclosed that there are municipal Light by Daniel Hagaum when he as

J >-everal suspects now under police Left To Register plant from fuel oil to gas opera- failed to appear on charges of I Tax Collector and Stanley (;1'1'1'11

I surveillance but did not hold out tion speeding and driving without a I sits as County Judge

Smoke And Fog Swell Accident Toll II hope of an immediate arrest. call- Schedule Set I There i.- only one more week Should Lower Costs license. I Glenn New Crawford County Commissioners an'

I ing the break-in "a professional i The leport stated that present'Starke The vast majority: of cases Shirley Green
left in which to register to vote
gas and electric power heard. in the Mayor's Court are Bud Harley Kathy Harrell. and
job. Details of he Easter 'I IP Bradford County before the MayI
As Woods Fires Burn UncheckedOne Sunday users could effect substantial traffic violations Jackson stated. : Lamar Shaw.
He stated that the F.B.I. has
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Ommunity sunrise service to beheld pnrr.ai ics. according to Supervisorof savings in their utility bills by i Joyce Scholl was elected Super-
been asked to question known in the Bradford High School Registration Mrs. Marian L.
;' natural from the cit"s'mains. visor of Registration and Jimm.
( using
gas
safecrackers in the area and has I''Ciosby. I 1,000 4-H Chicks
of the highest tingle-week stadium at 6 a.m. Easter morning i Hazen holds the enviable positionfor

a.cident lolls in Bradford historywas Card Game Brings been furnished a complete inven- i were revealed this week by :,, Mrs. Crosby warned that anyone The gas system will be financed : a student of Supervisor of
attributed Wednesday by tory of the denominations of the I the Ministerial Association. | not registered by Saturday of Launch ProjectTen Public Instruction.
through the sale a $300,000 ,
bills taken and a list of missing 7. will lose his to vote
April right
to an
County and State officials Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor of the School
I Police ActionTwo I i revenue bond issue which will b Board matters will be
merchandise.One
unusual number of active and I First Baptist Church, will presideand for both primary: elections. j 1 self-maintaining and self-liquidat members of the Bradford decided by new members Marilyn
woods fires and tagtneial named and "John hope of detectIOn. if the I music is to be furnished by I She stated that her office in the Cox Barbara
fcaiolcerintf men were ;' : ing over a period of 20 years. 4-H Club welcomed 1,000 brand- Matchett. Jessie
carelessness on the part I obtained robbers are living locally, is the I the choirs of the various -! Bradford Courthouse will be open
Doe" warrants against participating The engineer's figures show a new baby chicks at the SAL. Maze. Gayle Rowe. and Martha
fact that $360 of the loot was in from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and FriI -
of motorists while driving through three others by Bradford County I churches with the assistance total surplus revenue to the city Depot in Starke bright and early Van IwindmghamDecision
$2 bills, which would be noticed if I of the BuS Glee Club and day evenings for the convenience ,
Mnoky areas. I Sheriff P. D. Reddish on gambling '. of $844.817 during the 30-year. Monday morning to start the
three I anyone attempted to pass them in band. 01 late registrants and new voters
One man was killed and charges this week as the result of
life of the bond issue, with all second annual 4-H Chick Project Due Soon
1 and asked that those who have
injured in 8 major accidents involving a poker game conducted in a roont large quantities. i The Older of the service is to be gas revenues going into municipal Each of the ten yonughsters-
not yet registered come in as
17 vehicles and over J10-1, of a local hotel last Friday. Also taken were $25 in 2-cent as follows: funds after the first 30 years. ':' received 100 straight run laying On Continuation Here
rather than
soon as possible .
000-woith of property damage A. C. Williams of Starke was and 3-cent postage stamps and i: put- 1 New hatched
Prelude Bradford Harold strain
traveler's1cheques High School ting it off until the final Saturday A. Scott, representing i Hampshnes Of Saturday ExpressDecision
1 rom Thursday to Monday in charged with gambling and E. C. two American Express Band. d adline.I :'! the engineering firm told the in Tampa just the day before

Bradford County. according to Chandler of Gainesville with act- for $50 each. I Hymn "At The Cross," congre- ] Independents who are not registered -!j I Council that the revenue and net !!!: and furnished to members in was deferred Monday

the records of State Highway ing as an accessory after the fact The remainder of the moneywas gation. as Republicans or Demo- I income figures are actually lower ]I,: Bradford and 30 other Florida morning in a special Intent: ate

Patrolman Carlos Musgrove and of gambling when Williams complained in $5, $10, J20 and $1 bills II | Invocation. Rev.V.. S. !%McAlilev I crats, will\ also be barred from the :j I than can be expected as they i iI j: counties by the Sears Roebuck I Commerce Commission hearing in

Sheriff's Deputy Fate Brown. I I to Reddish and County I and small change in wrappers. II | 1 I are based on "Third Year Level-'1 Foundation.The the Bradford County County

Herbert Norman Oxford. 32. of I Judge Theron A. Yawn that he I Kopelousos stated that the Special music" "Crown Him With I primaries '! (Continued on Page Eight) j j Chick project is designed Courthouse to consider a request

!Star Route 2 in Myrtle Beach, had lost "about $2,500" to three thieves took 20 cartons of various j Many Crowns, Choir. I I': to afford training in all phases of (; by the Railway Express Agent v

S. C., the "becond driver" asleep in strangers in the high-stakes Fri- I brands of cigarettes 5 boxes of j I Scripture reading. Matthew 28: -: '. 'a :., poultry management and production -,|i that it be authorized to lose its

the rear cab of a fruit truck, lost day game, to whkh he had been Cigars, 6 dozen pieces of silverware i 1.10, Rev. R. D. Sommer. and the 4-H members have Starke office on Saturdays.

his life in a spectacular three- invited by Chandler. I and approximately 30 I j Prayer. Rev. R. K MacClam 13 y--- complete charge of their birds, I' A. L. Shaw, Railway Express

truck collision Highway 301 Reddish stated Tuesday that an pounds of prime steak. m.1 I district supervisor from
on I I Special music "Christ Arose from their delivery at 9 a. j Tampa.
four miles South of Starke at I effort is being made to locate the. Reddish stated that no property Choir. : Monday to the eggproductionI I ahd K. O. Calhoun. Jacksonville

I 30 Saturday. three unidentified players and explained -: : damage was done except the! district supervisor, that
: a. m. I Sermon "The RevJ. stage, cording to County Agent' urged per.
Beginning.
that the "John Doe" warrants I destruction of the safe and the R j: ,.. ... mission
The truck in which he was I I'I'I E. Sherwood. $. L. .1 .. .. George Huggins 4-H sponsor of to close be granted on the
ndmg. a huge tractor-trailer I allow their arrest even I I bieaking of the rear window. Hymn 40He Lives," Congregation. a j 3 qr faU I .. the project basis that present business does
though their names are not known, Around $100 of the taken !I II !:U" not make
combination, was traveling: empty i money The Ministerial Association : 2 ? He stated that the first will be Saturday operation
at approximately 60 miles per I if it is possible to determine that !I was removed from the cash register -}( moved the service this year from ," displayed in at lest four poultryand profitable here.

hour when it struck the rear of they were actually involved in the I and an estimated $2,220 from j Shipman's Landing at Kingsley ; egg shows during the year : They stated that $30 to $40 in

:mother tractor-trailer truck driven illegal game. the safe. j! Lake, where it has been held for : with final showmgs at the state-1 freight handled each weekend does

in the same direction at an Judge Yawn stated that gam- i j the past five years to the Stadium ij'a 'p wide 4-H Poultry Show in Feb- i not adequately cover the cost of
hour bling is classed as a misdemeanor I I keeping an employee at the S A.L
estimated 4 miles per I I j so that seats could be provided for ; ruarv of 1957.
through thick smoke and fog by I and the maximum penalty provided Garbage CanInspedion !' all. ,, .. Lacey Griffis and Virginia Pre- depot all day at time.and.a-halt

lerry Alton of Eloise Fla. I by law is $100 fine or 90 days : The public has been invited to :42I. vatt of Law ley.; Joe Sapp. Clif- pay

The driver of the fruit truck. in jail. attend, no matter what your particular 'a 1( rd Norman, Gerald Crosby, and Speaking for the businesses otStarke
Luther Edward Bojette of Oneco. Commenting on the case the! Due !I I,i faith.Noonday a '. Robert Falmon of Heilbronn '' Chamber of Com men ('
-.. ai' Mrs
Ha. was thrown to the pavement sheriff warned that it is unwiseto : services have been .'.. : Springs. Anthony Crawford and Manager Marian Howe asked
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by the impact as his vehicle play cards for money at anytime ; : conducted each day this week at I. l, : DonnThompson of Starke; that the facility be kept open.
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jacknifed across the road but especially for high stakes All garbage i ans within the City .the First Methodist Church in '-,; _-. "'lo. Freddie Stevens of Camp Bland- presenting a petition signed by 40

knocking Alton's truck 171 feet with srangers.. adding that any I of Starke are to be inspected during -', Starke and the final service will ..,'t '" H" '9. ing and Virginia Parrish of local businessmen stating that
the next three \ deliveries
weeks to insure Saturday are a
even though the wheels on its game involving money can be j ;, be held today ( Friday) with Rev Brooker are participating in the nerl"ssarypart
compliance with the city's garbage' r \ & I. --.J. c _.. of their operationsShe
trailer were locked : classed legally as a gambling violation i J. K. Sherwood bringing the message \ J.:); *.... _f program under the joint supervision -
can ordinance. it was revealed today pointed out that a ut in
Oxford was also thrown out of and the law offers no protection -I I and the First PresbyterianChoir ft' .. 'ft of Huggins and Bradford
by Bradford County Health Saturday service would nil: nnlv
(Continued on Page Eight I to winners or losers. furnishing the music ;'. Home Demonstration Agent Doro- .
Officer Jack Trawick. i: inconvehience merchants and
I" thy Ross. I 1 I
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; Trawick sated that a number :.r- store-owners, but would present a
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of complaints from private individuals Starke Family "r.. ... ... .. !L.(' '>. Theyill each provide feed, ,!! serious medical supply problem fut
Tornadoes Drop 2 Sink P. K. Yonge and from the garbage collect- : :; "a->>*. ... ..,.;... brooders and all necessary care the new Bradford County Hospital
I I for the hrd.s, which will eventually :
ors have precipitated the Inspection -, Loses HomeIn 4-H Members receiving their new' thicks this week at the S.V.L. : The ICS will render a decision
help to maintain the revolving
I program, which will result inI lI"I"t| are, left to right; hark row, Joe Sapp t'rl'ddil'itt"wn.: '., Virginia i': later. after having considered the
fund set for the
In Difficult Week% Of Baseball I I violation tickets for the owners of Fire FridayThe .1'arrish lierald Crosbj, and Robert :Salmon and front row, ation of the program up and a prepetu-schedule cases interested presented by both the groups hi.. ; 'I't
at
non-complying receptacles parties
iung
liffortl Norman, Ilonny Thompson Virginia Prevatt. and Lacey Oriffis. 1: of awards by the original
I The ordinance he said, stipulates -
l..ul Friday the BuS nine lost, unable to throw with his full moI that garbage cans are to be home of Walter Pieae. out Fears Foundation grant of 1,000
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!.J Ketterlmus 2-1 on the home ( turn as his ankle was still a htr | made of metal or galvanized iron, the Old Lawtey Road in Starke chicks last 'ear. BHS Band Plans
neld Edwin John3 did a credit- tie .sore With a few more daysof fire Miss Ross said that the chick
>! must be equipped with tight-fit- was completely destroyed by 1,500 Tour New Bradford Hospital
,11'e: job of pitching the full 7.nmngs. :I work he will be back to par. ting lids and two side handles between 5 and 6pm. last Friday brought in by rail Monday were Spring DanceThe

but the Tornadoes' inability Davis has a good. live fast j strong enough to lift the can, and obtained from hatcheries classed l

to hit in the clutch. and h .11. and a pietty .harp-breaking cannot be smaller than 10 nor Fiiemen estimated damage After Opening Ceremonies SundayThe hthe State Agricultural Department Bradford High S hooi Band

heir poor base running cost them curve Johns needs! to develop a I j more than 32 gallons in size. from the blaze. of unknown origin as V. S. Pullorum Clean will sponsor a Sprint Dam open

.i win little more speed on his fast I He warned that complaints re- at approximately 6000.. I and R O. P. Certified. to the public, from 8 to 11 :50 p IT.

Another loss was suffered at bill and woik on his curve before eived from the collectors will be Pierce, a Starke City employee doors to Bradford County'* immured 1 befoie it finally became She stated thhat the 4-H thick Saturday, April 7. in the Stark

.he handa of Gainesville High in he will be at his full effectiveness -I I the first investigated and disclosed did not carry fire insurance new 25-bed hospital were thrown a reality Sen. Johns then programs are conducted in all Woman's Club. it was anno .n' Prl

mneaville last Saturday :>--1.1.trvin I that a large number of 50-gal- : In another call last Thursday open to visitors last Sunday af-I introduced members of the boardof states! where Sears has outlets. :i this week.

\ Brown did the hurling for The PKY game was tied up lon cans which are too heavy to ,. the fire department extinguisheda 1 ternoon and an estimated 1.500 I trustees, the administrator The dance will be senll.flrmal

'iv't' and a third innings. He had 5-5 going into the Sth inning, I be lifted for emptying. have been flaming load of rubbish that I persons took advantage of this I II staff physicians. and other guests. Berry Prices Pick Up &nd music is to be provided bno'

'he opponents grounding out and I reported to his office. had caught fire while being trans- opportunity to tour the handsome The new hospital l is believedto Florida Footlifters
then the I After
Tornadoes
blt'arros.. Opening Slump ,
popping up. but finally weakened : I The City Ord.nance provides a. ported to the dump by the City I $314,4364 facility. J 1 1I incorporate as modern equip- ; Tickets at $I, stag or rt-Mf win

ir>d Johns had to put out there 3 runs in their time at bat to maximum fine of $500 for garbage rubbish truck. |I Brief dedicatory ceremonfies ,II ment and up-to-date planning as Growers Hopeful i iI I be sold at the door and all pro

!': the rest of the way. : sew up the session Bradford's 'I can violations at the discretion The rubbish collectors noticed I were held at 2:30 o'clock after I any in the country. Much praise I ceeds are earmarked for the purchase -

ell!: won in the last inning on b-ise-running looked muih better I I of the Mayor. Trawuk stated, the flames. dumped the rubbishon :'which the ribbon across the ;! was heard from the open house:; Steady prices and fair volume of Senior Keys and i1."ar
;i l"ne tally after the game was against PKY, as the boys seemed adding that he plans to make most a road. and turned in the I doors was cut by Mrs Louise I Continued on Page Eight brought smiles to the faces of be presented to gral.i'mg:

t.e..1 I up 41PTiM"I,1 i to be using their heads more and of the inspections personally alarm "Spontaneous combus- I! Kite a member of the board of : Bradford Couny strawberry growers band members.

oould have won both nut getting: their signals crossed. Violations of the Garbage Can tion' was listed as the cause. : trustees. admitting the first of ;: Partin To Attend during the past week for the Refreshments will be ,..n..d :m<1

n.inu-s with oru' or two timely ,i up either !I' Peculations are Uassed legally as the throng of visitors that filed first time since the season openedon everyone in the ('ommunly: v/ung

h'*< and a lot smarter base running Bill Alderman has been a defensive misdemeanors because they create Warren MeetingSet I through the bulling for the next' Tallahassee Meet a sour note several weeks ago and old. has been invited by the

The team lacks a real clutch and offensive surprise to a health menace, he said I| two hours. In the six-day period, March 21- BItS Band to enjoy a pheasant

'uttp- and consequently, in the the locals and will help the team I i For FridayBy A highlight of the programwas Dr. Doak S Campbell president 27. the State Farmers Market evening of dancing. mu!'!< i"'t r..

five p.nes played to date soma With his speed on the base. Buck :iNew Plant Manager DenmarkThe i the flag-raising ceremony of Florida State University has invited here handled sales of 1.644 cratesat laxation.
Chas S Partin. of prices ranging from $% to $11.10. Serving as chapeioneg will h.Mr. ,-
4r! American principal
mnnrrs have been left strand- Gill is beginning to show signJ: I conducted by members of :
tt on the base path 'of improvement on third base : Takes Over OperationOf voters of Bradford County Legion Post 56. The flag : Bradford High School. to represent !, The $11 peak was reached Thurs- and Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mr

In Gimesville Tuesday the oriadoes -, anj is continuing his good hitting Brooker Bean Mill have been invited by S. G. Denmark -," was presented to the board of ,: secondary principals at an import day of last week when competition and Mrs Lex Green. Mr. ana
I t was keen for the 129 crates offered Mrs M. C. and Mr
an education meeting on April 6 Thompson
beat p K Yonge 8-5 inn Coach Joe Hall remarked yesterday -i local campaign chairman, to : trustees by A. J. Thomas. Jr. i,
\ extra-inning ball game that : "We could be a pretty : Emanuel Kleir.manice president : attend a "Fuller Warren For Governor" -1! State Com"mander of the Amen- j in Tallahassee. Total revenue during the past and Mrs Junius Smith

taw Randall! Davis relieve Edwin | fair country ball club if we coulnI and general manager of meeting at 7:30: this evening 1: can Legion on behalf of the local i Purpose of the meeting will be : week was 1440794. :

Johns in the fifth inning and set i I remedy a few of our errors afield.:I Southern Oil Processing Co. has i iI (Friday) at the Denmark post. i to plan a testing program for 10th 1 R. A. Nettles Jr., who is manag- Recent BirthsThe

th-m d.'wn the rest of the way. 1, think while we are on beses, and been named to succeed George : Furniture Company in Starke. I Following the invocation byj; Grade students in order to deter I ing the deal here this year, said i, Starke Maternity Hospital

IMvis hurt hiq ankle in practice get'a few more timely hits." I'I Goedhart former manager of the j Denmark stated that Warren is Rev. J. E. Sherwood an address :. mine who the better students are that prices are expected to hold I I announces the following births

KM week, sliding into a base. I The next game will be played I company's Brooker plant who vitally interested in Bradford ,I I of welcome was made by Mayor and assist them in obtaining the firm through next week and pre- Mr and Mrs Robert Leonard

1 :'n,1| was unaUe to perform in in Starke on Tuesday, April 3'at resigned effective March 1. I i County and extended a special invitation I W. T Jackson. State senator (: best foundation for college work. dicted that volume would also step Davis of Starke, a dauph't r

i the Ketterhnus and GHS games ': 3:30: p, m. against Palatka ::I Kleinman comes to the BrookI to the ladies adding that Charley 11:. Johns briefly reviewed The program will be In line with up I Geraldine Ann. March 22

t He I': rounJine Into ..hape now. I: This 1 is an important conference i I mill which processes both twigS 1 the views of the pubernational : the history of the hospital : recently announced plans for 1 1 Quality cf fruit is much better Mr. and Mrs. George Richen

1 however. and will: be a big help ton ,: game and the publ.c is urged to nuts and sov beans from Newark :: candidate on pressing local issues$ project. relating some of the (: stricter admission requirements Instate than it was early in the season I dollar of Starke. a '!sor, JI'I ;

j t'l," .- \ Aga.nPKY he was come out and support the team X T will discussed many problems that were e"- universities Nettles said. I Lynn. March 21.





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editorialProud and build their nests near the 1
Farmer's
Diary houses. We look for the firs*, !

robins that seem to bring Spring

By Sam McGarveyare I see in a health magazine that ,

Day For BradfordIf laughing is good for the health.
uaing parathion to fight it.
When laughing, many organs of 5100w
However we are taking the pre- SAVE UPTO
you were one of the hundreds who attendedthe ( .iution of washing our berries the body are stimulated and!

Open House of the new Bradford Countyhospital thoroughly immediately followingthe makes one healthy. I have laughed -

last Sunday afternoon, you will doubtless dusting because parathion is my way through life. I guess:
tht is the I have always &
agree that it i is one of the finest institutions of very toxic. We hope it gets th'* reason .
been healthy. The glands of
its Kind in the country. thnp and keeps them out. !
the throat are exercised. So HA. .,
Certainly, every resident of the county can V- HA. HA! Let us all keep laugh- _
Talked to Charlie Gaskins this ..
proud of the new facility, for it is as modern as ueek. He ing for health, and saying a -'r. 1
was busy planting field 1
the latest designs in architecture and equipmentcan prayer for Cod to help and gu .i., ; (
torn, but stopped ;
long to
enough
Vt : tin t s-eeze thus week. it
make it. There are certain details, such as us.. Whoopee. I say. .
the time with
was .1:11.,1: the saintsad story pass of day us. He
the cheerful color schemes, that are a far cry i-veiywhiM-<- went in the county i is one of the "woikingest" farmers God bless you everyone

from the drabness of old-fashioned hospitals Tender crops were killed and around here, and no sooner LOVE LURA !

and Itrill contribute to the mental as well as the even a crop like potatoes, which does he get a crop off, but zippo! ft ff

I physicalellbeingof the patient.v under normal circumstances can he's got it planted in another v\ GAINESVILLE 150NDEDWAREHOUSE f

fine institution stand cold well, no time at all. :
It goes without saying that this new pretty were severely {
damaged. It is S Your Loral :\a flut'tgmt \
didn't "just happen)) It represents the one thing } J
to lead about the 700 acres of Met Ernest Itaulerson at the Jt
of dream of standingand ;
realization a many years Starke Farmers !
Market
e
last
Irish
potatoes out Urooker
hours of hard work by a number of public waykilled
long
)( week. He had ea
some berries I
-
pretty
thing by the cold, but when i plara t
spirited citizens. Often, this work was carried flO's -but said he did
you get out in the field and seethe not tt<
on in the face of strong opposition for, as is often plantings which look as ii have much fruit coming on. Said

the case there were those who opposed a hospital they had been burned off, it almost he had already picked a heavy t

on the grounds that its operation would he a makes you sick. They need iop! t

financial burden for the county.In rain out in Hrooker desperately ,

spite of opposition, however, those who believed now. Also saw Truman Norman at .
the market, and he was very happy :MOVING STOHAGE i
the need for a hospital outweighed all it
For some reason or other right because he had just received$10..r Phone Gainesville t it
possible objections carried on the fight and today -
on our place we were not hit by :>0 for his berries that day. t
structure New .landing FR-6-5221
the imposing on Collect
the cold at all. Ed says that with

I Road( i is evidence enough that their faith and hard the exception of a fevv leaves on The other day we heard a lot ................AA..A..AL ,

work was: justified. plants here and there which weie of talked about why farmers PRICED WELL

Besides those who toiled on the home front kitten there was no damage. should not sell their produce at : BELOW OTHER I
the farm but should take it and '
other details to
and
there was much legislation 0fr
The same is true about our bernes. sell it through a market. Of TOP MAKES P
l Ill' worked out in Tallahassee, and in this effort 1 1I.
nut perhaps the reason we course, we "don't know nothinghad
the community had the wholehearted cooperationf
"
no damage to bloom, is that about nothing, So we decided to
: its two legislators i Sen. Charley E. Johns, and for all intents and purposes wa ask an expelt --in this case, W. I. Freezes A: stnn.17 lb,. tlf y I

Rep. Doyle E. Conner Sen. Johns while Acting had no bloom at the time. WIt !-'. (Fred) Moore, manager of tlu fowl-. 12 ('11._ ft:. rapacity. j ;E: === _- 1 ; .

Governor was in position to give a final boost to checked with other growers at Jacksonville Produce Terminal.the '7'
Double-Action .
6 freezing
the projt'ctt a time when it was needed. Also market, and all of them hall Fred said that here is the way coils in shelves and !walls! Y"{,, ; r I a I t

due credit ;ire the members of the Hospital Hoard: the same story no bloom-some it works: -g: Large, glide-out storage I

who have devoted many hours from their ),usycht'dule. said they had none in the last A buyer approaches a farmer, basketl! yr/ /r 1 t I,1, I

:- without financial reward, to the countless three weeks tells him he will pay the maiketprice o Four roomy metal door a g I I
to the farmer at his farm
shelves! \
details involved in a project of this magnitudeMany .
Met and talked to W. B. Mitlle and the farmer agrees and think o Five-year Protection Plan 'rf2'' I I
on .
columns would be required to tell the full \ t &
deal lugs' I
/ out Brooker way, who with that he is getting a good Freezer and Food! ij i
tory of the construction and equipping of the his wife was busy setting out For he is saving the time oftobacco / iI

new hospital, but all of these details are dwarfed on his 21-2 acre allothauling, saving market fees and I
by the simple and most significant fact that still getting the market price. YOUR FOOD BILLS! Buy your _-_-
mo>nl. He was glad that he had CHARLEY E, JOHNS & SON: CUT Store _
Bradford County now possesses a centrally located not set! his plants out earlier. nut according to Fred, here is foods in larger quantities when prices are low. _

facility, whereby precious: minutes will be savedin what happens. Once that buyer about this question them in your Hotpoint Freezer 'ti l you need them1Reg.

getting a dangerously ill or critically injuredperson Well, here we are in still anothRtho( incidentally is getting the

within reach of life-saving emergency er dry spellor is it part Of a cream of the crop, without hav While blaMing: away at some 299 95

equipment.i dry cycle which has lasted noing to bid on it) moves off tho ducks settling in, I hit the

four ? Ed and market the market is weakened, hunter in
for about the
years opposite blind. $399.95
We appreciate, of course the fact that the naturally slumps.
the
and
Frank have the i irrigation system price fie
; not badly hurt, but had
operation and maintenance of the hospital will bo "mark-
) Then the farmer gets the
it is
working overtime, and just
fraught with many problems, both financial and about kE'E'pingour soil provide et price" it is true but he is getting to hare a doctor pick out the

otherwise. We do not feel that these problemsare with moisture enough for the a market price which was buckshot. Is this the kind YOUR CHOICE OF AUTOMATIC DEEP FRYER OR

insurmountable, however, and with careful doggone wind is drying things up deliberately rigged against him of accident that is covered by F FREE E E AUTOMATIC: FRY PAN WITH PURCHASE OF ANY

administration we: are convinced that our hospital almost as fast as we can put out This is just a very simple explanation Personal! Liability insurance? HOTPOINT APPLIANCE

can become a tremendous asset rather than a the water. of how it works but itS

financial mill stone around the county's neck. S made sense to us. and what we do hq Charley E. Johns&SonAgency
Our old enemy thiip. us back in think that Fred knows

our berry patch, and this year we .s talking about'

The Communists Make HayThe Winkler Electric Service .


Attorney General's office of the State of

Ohio has just reported that a Communistinspireddrive
is under Phone 13 Starke, Fla.vyyn11yvyvyyvymvvv. 211): ; Temple Are Phone 116(i Starke Fla
way to enlist Ohio youth in a I

campaign for federal intervention in the South's _
w. .
racial. segregation issue.

This shocking news release lends credence' to r Jura Burgess Ao"

an opinion voiced recently by Truman Sensing x' __-,--_!, A. NEHRi- Famous bulletin// / from Mobilgas Economy Run
l'xecuti't.jee president of the Southern States

Industrial Council, that the Supreme Court's integration herein I laugh and sing and should be there - - - - -

decree has, unfortunately, played work and pray, as the snow tan Life is mighty good with my

directly into the hands of the Communists whose softly, gh ing the world a gown I Ion. I am SO happy too, we aru

hopes for world domination are based largely on the doctrine "Divide and it will be used as an ambulance -
:
conquer.
kinds of love,
There are many bodies. It
and to pick
The Ohio activity is reported to be of up
part a
As many kinds of light will also have seats that can be
nationwide drive for students and working youthto There is a love that stirs the unfolded from the floor and could 4 D

help pressure the Eisenhower administrationinto heart be used as a pallbearers- It x .,

a policy of integration by force. They hopeto And love that gives it rest. will be the same color as tho

accomplish this, it is said, through the Labor But the love that leads life Cadillac funeral car. It is a very

Youth League, described as Communist( party's upward lark grey, with red seats and i':'" .. .

youth arm. The official publication of the Labor Is noblest and best. lining. The Cadillac sedan, whichwe .

Youth League is the "New Challenge," which will Henry; VanDykeThe use for a pallbearer car !is a _. ,

promote a campaign to obtain 25.000 messages to life of a normal person is light grey with a dark grey top. 4P-": TO1e ". .
vehicles are .
President: Eisenhower within six weeks urging filled with many kinds of love. It In this business part good of the equip :',1' :i',<,{,_ :!..
segregation intervention force. is as the above poem reads. The very necessary .
by ment. One cannot break down on w: -
love of our Lord and things Chris-
Apparently. Mr. Sensing knew what he was a funeral or ambulance call. The -
tian has to in hearts.
grow our
tall-ing about when he said: "Regardless of one's light station wagon will be cheaper ,
The seed is planted in ones heart
opinion with reference to segregation of the on long drives.HELPFUL .
wry young. It grows or you lose
races, it has now become quite clear that by the contact with God. One never stays HINTS: I have been

issuance of its segregation decree the Supreme the same. When you feel lonely told a good paint remover is ."'

Court )played directly into the hands of the Com- just remember you are never made by mixing to a paste ammo-

munists. It is the avowed purpose of Communism really alone, for Jesus understandsand nia anj Dutch Cleanser. Apply

to overthrow the existing order, to bring about is near. He knows how it i.: thin with a brush, leave a few
e
this w( L n
Take
strife and turmoil through racial conflict in to live on earth, for he lived minutes and wash off. Y :f -
or ammonia fumes arebad.
other among people and they hung him outside, for
any
ways. Thoughtful people not in
only Put butter on a knife before
the South to a cross. That very likely neverhappen
but throughout the nation, feared this meringue pie. The blade
to The cutting
us. cross we bearis
would be one result of the decree when it was of another kind. Prayer is the will stay clean. Before tackling a f E.GC31xQIN r a E ,

handed down. Their fears are now being realized. only way to ease that load. dirty job. scrape your fingernails
"If it continues to result Dirt will be
in bitterness
and animosity I washed this morning. It is on a bar of soap.

in strife and bloodshed, in greater rents in the si>citl R-iturday. It snowed while I was readily washed from hands and

fabric of the nation -- and who can now doubt that it down in the basement, 50 now the nails then.

will not Jo so -- who will benefit? Not the Negroes, ground is white. Don has goneto unllaI"rnm: Coffee C'al.eCream

nut the white people only the Communists, who would Sioux City. He will be home together one cup of sugar -

like nothing better than to see our form of government bv dinner time. I have pork chops. and butter the size of an egg .

overthrown."And Irish potatoes, sauer kraut, andpeaches Add one beaten egg and a cup of
and cake I shall have milk. Stir in about three cups of
it was all so unnecessary! The Negro race was with a pinch of salt A.
ready. Whoopee! I raised the potatoes sifted flour
getting along fine under the separate-but-equal doctrineprumulgateJ of baking -
made the sauer kraut and 2 rounded teaspoons
by the Supreme Court more than sixty Add a teaspoon of
from our cabbage, and the peaches powder.
Nears ago and reconfirmed within this decade. The are from the tree that I grew vanilla. Beat hard. Pour in a well V-8 WINS CLASS A

Negroes had made more progress since' the Civil War from a seed I planted the first greased and floured glass or any : .

thin perhaps any race anywhere at any time in history summer I came to Nebraska. I Kind of cake pan. Sprinkle over

In the s.ime length of time. love to grow things. They say it this:
Hut this progress and the out here I have a green thumb. ToppingMix In this year's Economy Run a new Ford line open road Ford proved anvB -
good
Between the relationships existing That makes me happy. I havt'pf'ppt'r 2 tablespoons of butter, with Fordomatic, was the official its traditional reputation for economical -
races of the South did not suit the agitators.It in its field, with
and a dash victor over every car performance.
in of brown sugar
coffee
plants a can.
cup
did not suit the FORD
NAACP. And it of 47.7643 tonmilesper )
finally came about The fellow down the street who cinnamon. Sprinkle this over a winning average
ih.it it did not suit the Supreme Court. The court therefore taught me what to do to raise the of top and take a knife and gallon. This means that the sturdier, The winning Ford was a regular-
attempted heavier Ford carried more weight, with model taken from the
to amend the Constitution by judicial my own hot pepper plants is sur- push small portions down into th* production right ALL-AMERICAN PERFORMANCE
decree and greater gas economy per pound,than any assembly line. It was no different thancar
upset in one fell half the depth.
swoop the customs and prised. His plants are not up yetI dough about field.
in its
traditions of a great region that had been maintained like to learn things. At last: Bake 20 minutes or 25 in oven thousands of 30; Fords you see on the CHAMPION
for gt'llt'rations."You dfJress.This This latest Ford victory was scored road and in dealer's showrooms This
I have learned how to get my at 350 ; .
old Zanesville. Ohio over a rough and rigorous l,468.8-mile proves that Ford, the Performance,
just cannot ram undesirable social customs geraniums to bloom. I have a is an J
down route running: from Los Angeles to Style and Safety leader, leads in Econ- Top-Award Winner of I
the throat of a free people. To do pink one budded. It is pretty to recipe.
and strife and hatred so is to invite dis.teniion look at when the snow is deep The robins came this week. I Colorado Springs. Through the heat omy, tool That adds up to four big Winner for MANUFACTURER'S
and these are the elements outside. heard them singing before daylight of Death Valley and over chilling reasons why the'56 Ford is worth more AilAroundSlock TROPHY '
on which Communism thr \'cs. mountain heights through gaswhen buy it while drive 'I
This week I cleaned the lin..ncloset. and wonder what they will lOU you it,
And thus the Supreme court stirred up strife whereit I enjoythat.. I count my do now in this snow? Last yearI eating city traffic and over the straightand when} you sell it, too! Car Doyfona Bit''I'
did not exist and thus it played right into Florida
the hands dead in the snowUp
sheets every year, my pillow cases found one Tin" of the Communists. Nor is this mere speculation it is towels, and sort out the worn. here we love the robins. They ttforJUn: of tfc. or rrijU. Ton-mOa ptr gc z:o* tqali: tkt car ngU (tturjudinf ptutngtn) n
.t fact. The Communists work in every way possible I have a paper on the inside of build nests, eat lots of big fat lou,imUiflied fcj On numbtr o/m&i Irutltd: dinltd, by mimi of gallant 0/eaa+tiw muumtd. performance.

with the integratiomsts because they know, whether thee the door that tells how many worms and bugs They sing sweet ,s6r--1

vic and religious and educational integrationists --,--
do or "oAh.-f'tCItIjil.-: .' '. L"'V III.IlI ; "'19 Tesf Drive the Economy Winner rorcl t
not. what will be the results.

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST.

III the light of the most recent developments in 1879

Ohio, it is apparent that Mr. Sensing's fears were FLORIDA'S OLOIST WEEKLY NEWS

well founded. We would be underrating the Communists Q o PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Andrews Motor Co0

too much if we did not expect them to M" UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD

! make fullest possible use of the integration i issuein

their never-ceasing efforts to "divide andionquer" PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEBFD AS SECOND CLASS MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118
MATTER AT THE POST Starke Fla.
OFFICE Al SfARKE. FLORIDA UNDER ,
1 the country that is the one stumbling THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879
; GREAT TV, FORD THEATRE WMKR TV SUNDAY 7:00 P.M. _
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999999"9" Mrs L. E. Smith of Marietta I I urday. I Mr and Mr>. S. C. Haney anti _
ny Jl'nrimant! f.uinh: c: Jacksonville
uere Saturday dinner guests of I Bob Blanchard and Miss Ar- service at the Methndjst'. church .
\ !the Uaulersons. I thurme Blanchard of Jacksonville -I On Sunday morning. I
T
Mr. and Mrs Call Edgar ;
Mr. and Mrs Gary Buckley are visiting A. M Blanchard Mi. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds : cp (
I I and ; d.n- '
:and l daughter, of Jacksonville and Miss Enza. and son:", of Jacksonville, were|I dau1hler.t'J'e :Sunday
Hj Mrs.! Jojte T. I11UUit. ,
were weekend visitors at the M I Mrs. A. II. Harley i" spending I I j weekend guests of Mr and Mrs.!i ner guests of Mi and Mrs L.
AAAAAA""AA."""""""""."&,' L. Crews home. .i sometime with her son, Dutch ;, RV.. Mosley. They ail attended j ona Edward. They with Mrs Edwards rh tlJld
\ ,ml t Mi.- A. 1-;. 'olass'y'' Mr and! Mrs Arthur Pearce and family at Heilbronn. .: Revival Services at Clay Hill Baptist -I I visited the L. L. Wanwnght i, f
'1! > .-. Spurgeon ana \Vayne l I Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett, and i Mane Prevatt of Moultrie, Ga., church on Saturday night. family Of State Farm during 'I
p,'n': ,,weekend with Mr. Mas- son, Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Duster I has entered the sixth grade here.|!. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kelly, of I the afternoon. I II 1 I11' Ii
-. ,'Aifnt.Mr.. and Mrs. \VI. I II. Bennett and son, Joey Misses Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson Yankeetown visited Mr. Kelly's i, :\ and Mrs. Jack Pan. .,i:,I Ii
I. MH.XMY in Barwick, Ga. i Ola Mae Phillips, Katherine Mc-I I and Miss Gloria Anderson spent mother, Mrs. Margaret Kelly last j family of Tallahassee who havu1 I II /
Ms; Cindy Daniels and family, i, David and Patricia Parrish the I Saturday night in Raiford with, Thursday.Mr. I I been visiting Mr. Pons' parents '! :'\1 I \ i' i\ Ilh T .! h' On ..!'i, :':'r.. .
: .!.t'k"lIll\'IIle. visited Mrs. Ef- Joe Starling family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Barratt. and Mrs. Buster Bennett I| in Miami spent the weekend with]
.tJo.itiiKht: and family on Sun- Carl Prevatt, Mrs. Fred Moore,I Kenneth Harraway of Lexington. -J and son, Joey, who have been in I Mis Pon's parents. Mr and Mrs r I Ii i,
lav Mrs. Joyce Futch, and Terry Ala. brother of Mrs Frank' Miami for sometime, are visiting Bryant Reddish II III i Cranberry .,
teacher the school is I j mother. Mrs. Hattie r 0 .
We i.-giet to report that Perry Futch attended the Homecoming Lyles a in Mrs. Bennett's I Mrs. Eva McKinney, ot Tampa. t \2 ) ,
Churchon sometime with the Lyle and brother Ralph
at the Highland Baptist spending Darley
!>avi.s 1.a patient in Doctors I and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fletcher I i
Sunday. in Gainesville.Mrs. The Bennett's will be moving to I ; ,
Hospital in Starke. of Broxton Ga.
were visiting; 1-lb Can <
i
The Ed Durban family had as Dan and Tommie Harley were Clara Miller of Louisville I their new home in Fort Lauder- grandmother, Gasque and L. C gAUC 211IROILER | ,,
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. business visitors to Hampton on Ky. spent the last of the week dale about the first of April. during thhe weekend. I !
Raymond Williams of Jacksonville Saturday.The I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.;I Friends of Mrs. Nat Starling Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp has I i ii
L. P. Rafuses' guests on Pete Crawford.Mr. will be sorry to hear that she h' i
I gone to Jacksonville to spend i
!
Deepest sympathy of the com, Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. O. and Mrs. Jack Mathews, very ill at her home west of I
I I some time with her son, Everett
munitv is extended to the family!I J. Raulerson of Jacksonville.Mr. of Trenton were visiting the Lawtey.Mrs. Burney wife and i I
grandson.
I I and Mrs. Robert Wilson' Steve Stalling Jr. family on Friday -' Maude Rhoden who has and ;
?' i the late Collie Griffis. Billy and Dressed & Drawn Grade; "A" !
I' Burney family Quick Frozen
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Smart and I and Mrs. A. E. Phelps, of Jack- i I' taken over the Don Ron Grocery
:-.tmih of Jacksonville visited j! sonville were visiting the D. R.'i :Mr. and! Mrs. Jim Ray, and Mr. was visiting friends in Gainesvilleon 5to8lb! Yg Lbrm'msSm
TURKEYS
CARD 01'
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Mrs Mdttie Henderson this week-i Stones during the weekend. I and Mrs. J. D. David, of Jacksonville Sunday. 49C I
.
.nd The Fifth grade has sponsoreda visited the Venue Padgetts The program meeting of the The family of Lawrence< *
Mi and Tommy Criffis of Green I j j I Curtis Circulation Project for during the weekend. \\'. M. U. of the First Baptist I''I Hut to wish to thank his many I i
rove, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie]; the last ten days. Phil Eunice Miss Gwen Tanner spent the, Church was held at the church,,expressions, [ Wholt "j 1Ib "'
Hlalork and family of Callahan j I was high sales man and will receive weekend in JacksonvL'le with her,I on Tuesday afternoon, with the i iI /b
fountain Tanner. I Mrs. Arie Pearce in: week and also extend then ap 49c
pent the weekend with an engraved pen sister Miss Charlott President.
Eva Griff is and family. oIrs.j, for having sold $55 worth of mag \\NCS MtftsThe I charge. Those taking part on the I preciation to his doctors for
Mr*. Fred Moore and daughter, azines. ladies of the W S. C. S.i program were Mrs. Fred :\loore'j their con.sidei.tte and understanding !- Divsed \ Drawn, irad.; "A" Quick-Fru/en
Miss G.i vie, were shopping in I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kerseyof I met at the home of Mrs. George i j Mrs. Floy Bennett. Mrs Edgar, service; LONG ISLAND "
Jacksonville on Saturday. I IMr I Jacksonville were Saturday Roberts on Tuesday evening for I j Wilkinson, Mrs. Buster Bennett : DUCKLINGS 49c
and Mrs. Paul Griffis of'' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. their monthly program meeting. I I Mrs Paul Bennett and Mrs! ;
Jacksonville spent the weekend!I'Ith Fisher Gaskins and family. Mrs. Roberts served refreshments'Joyce Futl'h.Irs.. Pearce and' Can't Get Rid HnRMAf: looked SkmleD\ <,n-l ." I I'ah -To-E.lt
.\ Mrs. Daisy Button. : The Tom Tatum family had a-. to the foJIoingladies; Mrs. II. I j Mrs Moore, served delicious home'made :
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and guests last week Mr. and Mrs. C.I C. Kelly, Mrs. H. C. Priest, Mrs 1| cookies and lemonade.I of Your Cold? I, ALL MEAT CANNED HAMS 4/b' can $3.99
lanuly of Green Cove were visiting Steard, Mr. and :Mrs. Auzzie Tat-I A. H. Harley, Mrs. Effie Miner,i I and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Then try 6C6, the wide-ac,h'ily! medicine .
Mrs. Susie Prevatt and :Mrs. um, and :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tat- Mrs. Maude Rhoden and! Miss I i son, Danny and Mr. and Mrs for greatest effectiveness 'Super-Riirht C orn-Fed Wetrn
W P. Kemp Jr., this weekend. um of Corinth, Miss. Modelmog. of Lake Butler. I Truman Norman, and sons, Keg- against all symptoms of all kind of
Mrs Perry Newsome of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams i gie and Botby, were among the Colds.666'combines 4 potent,widely CENTER CUT LEAN PORK CHOPS 59cSuperRight"
and gives positive
!
prescribed drugs
is spending several days withMrs. son and Mr. and Mrs. Markka and son of Wellborn were week- number who enjoyed the dinner
of hours.Its
dramatic results in a matter
J. D. Clarke and family. Padgett and son of Clay Hill and end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hu- 'I and! singing at North Side Bap- combined therapy covers the '
( orn Fed Western .r-Whole
Marklee Raulerson, of Bran- Mrs. Onie Raulerson, of Orlando bert Priest. tist Church on Sunday. complete range of all cold symptoms. -
ford, spent from Thursday until visited the Theadore Crews family Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly at-.I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders ha las No other cold remedy EXTRA LEAN PORK LOINS !Ib 39c
Saturday with his parents Mr. during the weekend. tended the Minstrel whkh was I guests during the weekend ton match 666 liquid 6 6 6
and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson. and Miss Elizabeth Tatum visited presented by the Garden Club of :Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, of or 666 CM Tablets.
I
sisters. Gwen and Alice. :Mr. and) the University of Florida on Sat- Brooker on Thursday evening. Palatka and Mr and Mrs. John _.n_ ___ __ ___ _... _. _ _______"

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i ABOUT FREE AIRPLANE RIDES I Jane Parker Large EASTER Lima Beans 23c

EGG CAKE a grand buy

Denmark Furniture Company l!j Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & TV i 79cNifty Frozen 2 Pkg

c Jane Parker Small EASTER
Waffles

Western Auto Associate Store !1 Slade Gas Company EGG CAKE pkg of 6 49cA&P 21

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C. H. Nasworthy --- Philco T.V. Dealer t 1 Jane Parker EASTER LAYER Orange Juice 75c
Roberts I
,, ,,' Jewelry I GLORY CAKE each 89c
Morton' FrozenMACARONI

Van H. Priest Company I I Faulkners Service Station Jam Parker Old Fil"hi"Pf.t d j OATMEAI: I & 1 1 .!-ii/.

COOKIES 10-ozpkg 25c Cheese 25c
Lawson's Cold Storage & Market : 1
New Method Cleaners
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S. R. Johns Grocery :t: ,:: Herb's Drive InGib WHITE BREAD 1-lb Loaf 4 &Cr.gclik I '


Volley & Market : .
Starling Grocery J' k'H:' h CreamyMayonnaise
t = Browns Service StationRatliff \ White or Color] 1 10-oz Tk<

,, I' qt jar 45c Marshmallows 2 for 35c t

Brownlee & Chasteen i i :' I"P15: TOMATO LIBBYS

: f Chevrolet I Company Soup 410'2-ozcans' : 35c Beef Stew 1 '!%-lb can 35c

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Walkei's!
The Farmers Supply Austex
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Edwards Grocery & Market
Relish 10-oz jar 19c Chili & Beans 1 !4-oz can 33c

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Hardy Brothers Motor Company Earl's Garage >
r t t Tomato Juice 46-oz can 29c

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.i 412 Call St Peanuts 7'/2-ozcan' 33c
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FOUR iiRADFORD COUNTY. _TELLGRAPH. STARKE.: FLORIDA .......". .. .. .L .._
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Lawson Named Crews-F OX\\'orth Silver Tea PlannedA ;! Woodman Circle I r. !., ,.U 1I : ;.

''New Garden Club : ':. l.l!' ""'I..1 '" .I,' \ 1'. 'I I : !I.! 'nl.i'.il, i .Mi 1 elf! h -
Date i ,
Wedding SetMrs. .
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"ti-t .it Siz.t \ 1 II 1,1. rt.'hr. I.ulol-II: U.s; i>r>i.T in r.. \tat :
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Silvei! Tea will be given next j Members of the Supiemei t ":il lai'-rul.ir p, vl.-! f-i uif h.ly :l"Ul'.
President For 56 Wednesday afternoon, Aprilt, i Forest Woodman Circle met ii.il'' .,.f tinf.r.t cai'I!. .,ti;'-n ,,f i'iiIii'lh XV .z no'-- .' t..II.1 an.I ''
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i Nell Crews and Arthur L i It 11I.11I11 rn t-' -I ": : I I
: from 4 to 6 o'clock in the Parish the WOW Hall Tuesday night !I" IIII'.II"! ui'l. ,,'.,-t -1 "' ,"
I ; Mi.H., A. Lawson was el.ct'dr'Il' Foxwo, th, both It. ipli j
i of Orlando will i-f .
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1 House on Church street by St. with the president Mrs. Mae o ji 1 \ i. \ 1.\ I"' r'
.-Unl of the Starke Garden ;j exchange marriage vows on April .tIir' -- ,.f the l.i.ii..i!" a,nl 1 T', .
i :Mark's of the Green. I. I 11- '
I Club at the Monday evening 7 at 6 o'clock in the afternoon : Auxiliary Episcopal presiding. During the I Mioiii. i > b> the .i "'11' '.
a>:' nt IT I'lS .n.- .'
Churth. The public is business session, Mrs. Eva Stokesof !>: \ j'
cordially I .
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Gladys Mooty meeting in the Parish House on in the Lake Hill Baptist Church. :
invited Tampa was welcomed Jl ', -i i.i'i. i. .'
a. ;s i
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Phone 35ssfltr Church street. Serving on the Orlo Vista. The double ring member in the Starke I( .. .1 I I.i .) ,
Grove. _. .
: boaid with Mrs. Lawson will beMis : ceremony will be performed by .\h'r .1.1f I II -
__J-s sFs p nsss,s- rnfla- II Because of Mrs. Green's health I .1. .l.l. '> Ir '
III "I"'I P. J. Quattlebaum, first ; Rev. J. R. Vasst-r. WSCS CirclesCircles : '. .
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vice-president; Mrs. Charley i Miss Judy Carol Crews of Or- it was decided to rm-rt in the I !:;
Macclenny Gardeners : JuniorVoman's Club I Johns second Mrs. londo will I homes of members The next
I vice-president; : serve as bridesmaid. of the First Methodist I' !

Sponsor Flower ShowTh Plans Dinner Event I J. \\'. Kmcaid third vicepresident -{! and Mrs. Pauline Faulkner of WSCS will meet next week as meeting will be with Mrs. Green '' I. 4 irmit"OTIC'Eo... '10 1>EYIli'
I ( 'url Bra4r r4 ( i>iin<'
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!,, ; Mrs. A. R. Norman, recording Jacksonville will be matron of : follows: After a vocal number by Mrs t'lorida: !. ( ......r'.

Flower'ponsoid secretary; and Mrs. E. A. honor. Circle 10 !I Allen refieshments were served I i:" in-.i i.. ., ffi.. 1.1 I' ,
annual Spiing! I The Junior Woman's Club will | One, Tuesday, a.m. ,I 1\\ 1:1.: ,1 liP ,111. lief. I ,
.- .iiw by the MacelennyUardrn 'i hate its April dinner meeting in Hail corresponding secretary and Mrs. Crews is a former employe ''in the educational building with ; by the hOl'tf'"s.In' Eunice Wil- ,. t'..t.lIrp -, \
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Club will te held Thurs- treasurer. Installation of of- of Robbins' Store in Slarke and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair as hostess. son.I \ To I'f.rarT
I I honor of its H new members at I 1 \\s.f,1:: : 1 nr.i! ; :M. -
I..y! and Friday, April 5-6, in |17 o'clock Monday night, April 2. ficers will take place in May. I now has a position with Minute :I Cil'de'Two, Monday, 3 p.m.. in d.j. II'. ami .i,1,11'1, '. f i

the Woman's Club auditorium atfacdennv. I in the club building. A program Mrs. M. F. Hazen, president 1 Maid Corporation in Orlando. Mr. j the educational building with Y.u' .1.are K.sz'.t hereby< .1'1.'nouiied. t.. It! K

The show will be !'I featuring Easter outfits, modeled conducted the business meeting Foxworth 1 is employed as assist- I Misv.. B. Parks as hostess. POLITICAL suit for

open at 1 p.m. Thursday, with i: by some of the members, will bean during which it was decided that ant storekeeper at the Central !; Circle Three, Monday, 3 p.m.. ANNOUNCEMENTS I I'. i"p i idn' .mil 'i-* .ilvi i ,-",'

floral and horticultural exhibits. I added feature of the meeting. club members will sell special Florid Tuberculosis Hospital in in the educational building with nan been filed agaInst you in the 't" --:.,

Tht- public is invited. I electric light bulbs to raise funds Orlando.No j Mrs. H M. Richarde as hostess. rnii. III 'T1111'11..11I":11: <''above named Court and cause ami TM; -r-.. .. =; _
you are required to setve a cop> "f '
TIBETAN
II for the club. It was announcedthat invitations are being sent. ,t IIl'I. 'iiutri: c. 'I'\llkl:. '.your answer'or pleading to the complaint : YAK
''SWC Executive Board the club large but all friends of the on the Plaint if r, Attorneyilerald 1X1 TUfiKtSTV ANt TIBET THE
purchased a '
couple '
: are 1"1. tfli.lI1 ;"r < "''i'it\. ''In': : I '/IM IS USED
U D C NoticeThe WMU It. Halt. :Irtl Sinrli) I AS A RIDING AND
I potted plant for the lobby of the invited to attend the ceremony .; Baptist Meeting South nil mil'M.uk'-! i' l (r'n. I'-tri' t Phr, ." ", nmr J.., K-.-n\ ill'-. Kloiid.t PACK ANIMAL n tb ADAPTED
"'iintx-at-l.irp.
I P.
I I The executive board of the new Dradford Hospital. Mrs. J. an 'i-iint\
\V T. Week's hapter. i!h* Clerk of tne Circuit
Court on UNUSUALLY SURt FOOTtDIloauliful
l' D C'I.'ill meet with Mrs. A. Z. I i Staike Woman's Club will meet D. Doyle beautification chair- the church educational building. Helen Master: Circle of the :1.1 I, that i,attlftimn I half, tak'a ri.t.n taxpa ken><'r, I fu'l 1 ,i or I I- ['..1'Ihe ./.n tlav -.f i .Xpi' : 1_..__ ,_

Adkin-s next Wednesday after- : Thursday afternoon at 3:30oYlo : man, announced that several club i i First Baptist WMU met this. ,I i'I I hr.. ."..inieal nitration a intercuti vf <-uri"Uity. said 1956; Complaini otherwise will the be allegation taken a of.
I
\ k In the club lounge. members during the past two ,, weeK: wun Mrs. J. J.. Parker InI, If t.lCIC4, I will personally. confessed by you. Floxxvr and
Businesswomen
3-30: lock Name .
noon .It "> I : I i i.t.t. that the 'ads in my diMriit arIuiallitaln.l This not-e hall be
weeks, have put over $lnoo the home of Mrs. Paul Bridges putillsheci
i il !
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j in the "'M manner p-- once each week ,
for fixe
.. con-<' u
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worth of shrubbery on our high- I PTA Representative. l!l Mrs. F. B. Beard conducted the trrat-t- and hat! all I district." an. ,live weeks In the Bradford Count) Ih'adhandTu; Match
eiIi.tIIy. will
| greatly aiI Telegraph.
Just Arrived Complete New Line way approaches to Starke. Tho !I 1 devotional, followed by a pro ]!! 'rtitatfoiir \otk and support. I 1'.01..1 tLI-! :JT: .i.n: "t: :Mar. Ii !'.',,' ', Your Easter Outfit
plants were donated by the Ma- Mis. Desta Dyal was appointedto M.riUK Kl'WAHI'S. Ji:. I OFFICIAL ::KAL. Charles A. Oarb>

han Nursery at Monticello. The represent the Starke Business i, gram, "Paths by Mrs.for R.Christ L. Lawson.presented ;, lOII M IIIMII. ito \Id) I Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy
dub also assisted the City of and Professional Woman's Club 111"11111'1' -\\O I II J 'I. I' j l'
HARDWARE Mrs. L. Ilaines and Mrs. Freeman
DRAPERY D. -
Staike in putting out $150 worthof at Bradford PTA meetings at the 'iI !
I lam .iinlni.iti for Si d h !
Register. i ii. l'.a.'il: ;I In Clrrull l'iur." Tml.tx.
shrubbery, donated by the I club's regular monthly meeting :j, in nilr) fp'm Pi-tint Tivi> Mrs.. A. A. Durden led the $e- $tai he) Mil>jtit tci the IJt'm''loIl,' 'I IPrimaries
City on some of the main high- in the Catholic Center Monday. { : K t'o.T-!!; I'l.i litI1 i! \ I
i| votional when Dora Alderman' l in May. If tk-cted 1 willUiirk I! < >. "'"Ihul.ft'r.uant..
ways within the city limits. Tickets on the Bar-B-Q Grill ; to nvimtain segregation in <'ur''t ,'aItrdf'r -.,' :X : I
I Circle met with Mrs. J. H. liiadford Lounly SrhoMs, f
TRy-I to
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I Last Friday several members were distributed t0 the members I Ito imlllu\1. I[ Of rubllmllonud %olirr lu
school \
our bus schedules
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1Ii ,1 ) lor, Mrs. James Lewis and our "" A nrar: M.le Of ri.irl.ln in:
n distributed 'LiUerbug Cans"throughout sell by Dolly Sullivan and a ixiilding. our rducation and mre.iu.n Allan M Collm.li." .-.
; r II I. E. Claik had charge of tha : pri'ijrain. I will apprfcl.Kr! I. !i-: !1. 't ..: I irnk.rt! I'\ \ :
special meeting was set for tonight : .. iII
J the town includingthe : i
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> 4 ruq''.rt during the i ''"I'a' .Z TI Ii ".in, Fran.-".. C.ihf: 11 iI
; 'f Cemetery entrance, the !I (Friday) to make favors !iI program. .10.1 l 5"ill"te 'ii May *. \''"i aie reiiiiireil to ai'j': .r *.'
: Mrs. S E. Sparks taught the ) Sincerely, '. I ii
at the schools, for the forthcoming Biennial Convention \|I"' n 1 ''. MI I tii.! .ti :
: hospital grounds I XV i' (I'ill II'o\\EI.!. ,
I I 1 mission book, and the devotional' > Court ;a''I iau.-f. wiiep 1 :n I 11 i 'it'f'
e 'j and at highway entrances to i in Miami. -. ", '. .1101 l i- : .i' ,
i was given by Mrs. R. B. Alvarezat ] run 111-1:1.1111I': i
I, ; encourage residents and visitors Edna Stone and Margaret I the Lorena F.pperson Circle i M HUOI.I 1141 tiLl) I, --
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to help keep the City clean. A :II Miller were hostesses. I Ii meeting in the home of Mrs. Ew- ,I am a lamlidate for' rc-'i i i. I.' ". Men's Clothing I

-. J i'' that motion a was delegation made composed and carried of'!'i Birthday Dinner ell Ida Lawson.Darby Circle met with Mrs. |I ai Il'il'Foour.You,.h",1 tan i .l!be"ard a-Mired member from from my I'a-K--: '. Ill I| ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1891 II I!j jL4 I


% : Mrs.:; M. F. Hazen, Mrs. J. D. R. :\McRae Mrs. Davis Gas- record, I will not bftray y ui on- '
and I
Honors Mrs. Carter .
\ rS.. ,. Doyle Mrs. Charley Johns andMi's. I fiiiencelieing I 1
I I sett as co-hostesses. Mis. Nat a Father. I'm sure 1 ian !
E. A. Hall go before the I hana greater interest in and A PERFECT
a
i ibetter $
!! Dankle completed the study course
A dinner 1
birthday was given
County Commissioners to ask per- under-landing of s< h"ol |
| recently at the home of Mr. and book at this time. l>rol>lem. j I
TRAVERSE RODS -CORNICE RODSALL have -
to
mission prosecuted anyone
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The WMU Executive Board will j I promise y"u continued honorable. GIFT
Mrs. Mike
the
caught littering the highways. Gillhooley on conscientious devotederr:. .' I JEASTER
State Farm road honoring Mrs. meet Monday night at 7 o'clock | if re-elected. ,
This method is used in surround- I IIy
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i :\ family and I will apprt c'iat
in the Church.
LENGTHS AND! STYLES Morris Carter. ,
ing counties and seems to get i your favorable conbideratlon dithc .[ Cage
Brownlee Circle will meet Tues-
Spring flowers were used in May primary. '
said. I
good Jack results Trawick, it was, sanitation en- decorating, and the outdoor table day night with Mrs. Carl Hurst I $Im-erely I,. and T. Thornton respectfully) JOHN'S, :': I I
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CAFE CURTAIN RODS and Mrs. Randal Chitty as co II
gineer for Bradford County, was was centered with a beautiful | OPALINES ALBINOS YELLOW FACE BLUES I
In Ihr
hostesses. i County Judge! Court In And -
I contacted in the past week, to birthday cake. For Hrudford ('ounltIorld:!. I Baby birds! easily trained full of love and affection Make

WITH! ALL TYPES HOOKS AND RINGS look into the unsightly trash and About 40 guests were presentto Annie Armstrong Circle will I i| I Iti In. ProhatrIn K-late of JKAXETTi: : wonderful pets. All in full plumage in all colors. Blues in allshades.
meet Tuesday night with Mrs.
accumulates behind I help Mrs. Carter celebratethis \,1:0\i : ;. i I' ....tMdNOTH '
garbage that < 1 Yellows' greens, and xthite. Also )ello\v-fdx- blue.. I
occasion. James Dennis. K TO ('IirillTOHS
the stores uptown. Mr. Trawick All l"ilt..i .'f til''a!. : AH raised and aerlaJmated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to
came to the meeting Monday I Ii .11 .'. 1', UhK ,il I. .,-.t 1 "l ln I.
he was .... ,! ..1."I" >!1. II and 1 1 '|>1 I' 'I! I choose from.BILLY .
evening and stated that I ,, !
I: i'i 1 i i 'I'| II .' 'ill1'i"
STARKE! HARDWARE CO. doing everything in his power tc h. \ t' ., t.i'-' i '1. '. I I1L Ij ROSE PARRAKEET FARM

eliminate the health hazard that ,. .- I On Highway 21 Keystone Heights, la. I
exists in these unsightly condi-i I : __-I-_ -- T. :, I

II. C. RITCIL Owner tions. That he and the City are !I \f

clamping down on careless dumping ,

Starke, Florida by store owners and will !j --- DAE KE'FLK] ANDREWS \

see that the law that "each store I The Easter bunny is surely ing a new home at the corner 01!

HOME OF DUTCH BOY PAINTSBARKSDALE'S should leave a 20 gallon covered i! busy coloring eggs and hiding I I Adams and Lafayette Sts. and ,

tiash ran" is enforced. them for the many parties that the E. L. West falls ale now residing Sun Mon.

I During the program period, a I are being given this week in the Demorest rental on April 1 ,2,Tues 3DOUHLE FOR CONGRESS!

corsage-making workshop was here ig a list of a few of them Garner l '

held under the supervision of that are being given: the Methodist Stevie Yancey celebrated !his FEATURE: _ _ _ _ _ _ _

BARGAINS Mrs Jessie Young. Kindergarten and Nursery 9th birthday and Mike Sheppardhis I Vera Cruz

The club house was decoratedfor classes are having their party at 10th at a skating party in \\ith Gary (C.HIIMT and Hurt I'j' Defense Spending In Florida, 1956

the meeting with artistic the George Huggins home on Gainesville last Friday I
evening
of Spring flowers. Saturday afternoon at 2:45: Lanea'1ir. 1)it. Ami. Dist) .Am!
For Easter and on through arrangements with their families the Intermediate -
Russian Tea sandwiches, and the Methodist Primary Department class of the Methodist -Ajid'Dangerous I $31,335.000: : ; :5 i jl.: II1'\.oor!) ()

cookies were served by the will meet at the church at Youth Fellowship 2 79,131,000(; 6 2:1.: :>10,000
a delightful -
gave Passage
Spring J. Quattle- and then j ;) ( 7 7.7lS.OOf
hostesses: :Mrs. P. 2:30: Saurtday afternoon party last FridIY evening in I 201,938,006 -

baum chairman, :Miss Clara Lea- all go out to the Lou Hillendahls the Educational building the Also Cartoon 1 59.112OOG S (Our) 725: .001

man Mrs. E. II. Prescott, Mis. on the State Farm road for their 50 folks the affair I
Children's Summer SandalsChildren's and Mrs. J. Junior young enjoying Total < lso-:::20() 000
the Methodist ?
Gladys Harrington party were chaperoned by Mary Wed, Thur. April J, 5 I Where Was Matthews

B. McDonald. I Ii Dept. is also having an Easter I Lou and Lou Hillendahl Ma- DOUIJLE FEATURE :


Elks To Install New i|: party 3:30: to Saturday 5 in the afternoon educational from nez birthday Priest party gave last a lovely Satuiday surprise evening ONE DESIRE 'I Vote May 8 ForHe's .:::. {.

building members of the IX TECIIMCOLOK '
98c Officers Monday : Junior Woman's Club had an I who for was her celebrating sister, Lynell her Dodd lSth With Ann Ilaxter and KwkyHudson ''If ;f: .


I Installation of new officers held for sters Easter Wednesday party for their afternoon young in I I, held anniversary at the Priest. the home party at was'602''' A N 0 R E ; S i;. :


the local Elks Lodge will be the City Park Madge fiddleton's Alton Road, where 16 guests en- --And

Monday night. April 2. A dinner at first grade class enjoyed an joyed a hamburger supper and, TORNADO the GUY + ; -4
the lodge
One Lot J will be served at J. Pearco egg hunt and picnic lunch out at I dancingrary Lou Edwards With Chester !Morris and .Vainy 1 I '% yj' 's,
7 p.m., after which the \V. D. Thompsons' on Wed ,.
I. gave a dancing party at thei Kelly 4vw
I Smith DDGER, will have chargjof nesday Muriel Gay's second Also For Us '. ? 5'
Amencn Legion Hill last Satur- CarfcxmFri
Dresses Ladies Dresses !, the eremony. grade class had a picnic lunch :
Summer will be |. day evening for 50 guests including I
1 j The following officers and egg hunt at the Bill Graham'ion : d
1 students from the dancing : -
installed at this time: Thursday the Baptist Sun-i' school the young folks enjoyed ., Sat. April 6, 7 I| I' _ S '

Irvin Robbins Exalted Ruler; day school classes are having sandwiches Cokes and. dancing' DOUHLE FEATURE j Listen Saturday \
Esteemed leading I :
t. J. D. Doyle, their individual parties throughout thruout the evening they White Christmas
4
Knight: Jerome Johns Esteemed the week and the Presbyterian : i'
were chaperoned by Era \\"asdin'i ', :.)0 ,\..t. 12:10 I P .t.
Knight Owen Vaughn. and I IJingCrosbj and D ann) Kaxe l
Loyal ; Nursery Kindergarten
Margaret Blankenship, and Louise ; 6:10 P.M. t.
Esteemed Lecturing Knight; Carl classes will have their party Fri- Edwards and Nancy Struth -AndWAR WDVII 9S0 on Dial _
1 Jordan. ; t
Roberts. Esquire; Father day afternoon at 3:30: at the
celebrated her 4th
birthday on PAINT'NEII 1390: on Dial
Inner 'I
Gilhooley
Michael the Presbyterian
Chaplain; church i
Sunday at a family party .
..: Marco TilerJ. : With Robert Stack & Joan Taj lor You.Can Hear TheseStations
3 ., ::: Guard; Jarago I Primary and Junior classes had hear the Junior Woman's Club
i
In Your Area
s D. Seymour Secretary: Inman j a party Thursday afternoon at'i l is planning a supper Variety 1'lus Serial and Cartoon .

D. Green Treasurer; and J. R i!' theY.. T. Jaksons the i I show for sometime in May (I'd. J'ol.dq)

Kelly Tiustee. five years Catholic Church youngsters will watch for further announcements _.._ ,o I '

flI J have 4 a o'clock party at Saturday the church.afternoonat and \I, Hear that Earl Norman as- |k-- -,.-.--. : --P ___co:-F r'C'i: = : =- :: -;
i well as Emily and William Stanley -

I the Episcopal Church Sunday j of Keystone Heights will be

school groups will have their i among the U of F musicians who
P4F afternoon at 3:30 COMING
frolic Saturday I SOON
will go on a West Florida tour
the First Christian Church I
\ with the Gator Band, April 6-8 .. I II
I I98C / will have an Easter party for I
k : I A nice pre-Easter event took I.

the children 12 years old and I place this week when the Starke Free Gifts!
LcLtww1 under at 3 o'clock Friday after- Woman's Club distributed 100 A GALA EVENT Fun For All!

I noon at the church Get busy I hand-crocheted "chicks" filled
I
bunnies! with Easter candy among Bradford -

\ I I If you noted a pix in the j County children who would GRAND OPENINGGay's
I'I
; Times-Union last Monday of an not otherwise have an Easter I'

egg within an egg, well Mrs. L. surprise Florence Jennings '
I). Hames tells me she had the
PRICEOne a member of the club, was in OF
,112 1 I same surprise the other morning charge of the distribution i
,1 LOT Of COVERAGE! hen she cracked a :
I A open huge Was pleasantly surprised Wed-

I I'ggand found another completeegg ;i nesday afternoon by a cai!
Ii: THAT'S what you get when within the first shell I, pop Home
i from Mrs. D. I. (Emily) Aintand '': Appliances
investment in .
Lot you protect jour two complete eggs one son, George Dobell, who u -eili I Ii
,in perMinal property (furniture -|I hoar that Rose Lee, formerly of i to be residents of Starke'a\
SPECIAL I i!i I the Gold House, is now waitingon
equip- .
luggage: sports : back when" Mrs. Ames comes
Ladies Suits tables at the Garden t'was IN THEIR
'ment. clothing cameras etc.) I to Florida every season but i*
quite a thrill to see those ele-

| with a Personal: Property :'j: phants parading through town ,since was George's they left first here in return 192S t.: 1:' Beautiful New Location April 14 6:00 P.M.

4.98 Men's Shirts Floater. !, Tuesday noon advertising the Their home is now 2713 LynnI ---- :
Thi BIG insurance '
: ; policy Circus which played here that
I .
Ave., Minneapolis Minn. Thev
covers against fire theft. day kiddies had a big time were truly amazed at the change Where You Will See

n..Iu{ ,,, To $2.00 mo>t any peril you can think riding 'em that afternoon I in Starke in recent years, and

Boy's Shirts \\hetht'ryou'reat- home, Sorry to hear that Midge Sapp : were sorry they couldn't take tiW America's Most Wanted Line Of

.,
confined in Alachua General
nut :>hopping or away on 3. was ;, to visit all their old friends .

NOW trip Ak us about this policy i j i Hospital from Friday to Wednesday -i Now we know what it's like t"

$1.0NEW ,, with virus on the measles I .
now. live in California that sm 'L
l.st this week find Fran-
past we Wednesday; morning (smoke f:":1 NORGE APPLIANCESWATCM
$4.00 and 54.39BARKSDALE'S : I I t'i"e Hillendahl, Janet Hardy. woods fires, combind with fi.- >

SI'IUNj; STYLES E C. Wall AgencyPhone I Harry Hatcher, Archie Thomas, was certainly a ghostly aim --

\LL COTTON t I Frances Ford and Linda Pater- phere The moaning of tr.-.
; cm. while Martha Deas has the THIS PAPER FOR AKNOUK! CEMENT
whistles .
AND s.\ rOmZEnI as they crept thrr": ::
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146 |i mumps I town. added to the weird .f:'<
:
j I Hear that the Starke Taxi Co. 1 Bat you can' beat FIoi.'i: Be Sure to Register for Drawing on BIG FREE NORGE RANGE

200 E. Call! Street I has been taken over by Willard sunshine at "
DEPT. STOREStarke. i least. not Also New
I Williams! The Wilbur Griffis long It was out and bea.I :!...:: Battery for Any Mak or Model Car Given by

Florida I Starke, Fla. family! have move into the Beard's, its brightest! by 10 o'clock Starke Tire SalesP..GE

I I dovvr. tdirs apartment on BrownItre See you in the next .

St Lonme FuUh is build- Caroh. It_' -.- -- .. :-l_ : "P' _.-_ _-- .-_h -- ,__ _: ___ :.- ._ : ::: =.: =.: .:



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, FRIDAY. MAFUH 30, 19.56 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
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'" 1 .Mrs. Flnndal F. Chitty, .-ttnugi.ipher I MrV. T J.k:-..n .111.1 s >pT"n I :Mi' ,ir.i Mi.H: L Hunt of ;\1-- ".i 1:111,1: !! 1 .tn'h't'i! .. .. I i.. :\ii- I II I <:., ::: ,1.r! .. 1' '.!: v, i' .

for the Uradfurd County were in Ct.unesuUc!l Thursday Juk"ns.ile' };each and IttL-:stii 1111;.t. the Ea!,! \. ,'n, !lo. .r : -' -k: \ > : M' '" f .' i "., \_' r..
Health Department attended theNorth 01 List week to have Tom's I Hunt of Sacrament, Caifert- from r'n[ : F \I. < !r I K:, i |I. .
rd&o Fiorida Distrirt Two cast removed from his left aim. w. eke rod! jr.ie.-t.- o; Mi tid MrI -

t1 dental-Stenography. meeting !' A. G LotiJt-n Sr. a d11'. and I I Gail! )'T.w'I ,\>.
na0 in Oiala, Mare'h 21. She w.ielided Mis. Fled Leonhard of Keystone: I lah.hi.J.. .., At sistrunk.
secretary-treasurer of the oi I Mr. and :Mrs. I.
Heights were Sunday visitors i I G J. MiGi :
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group, and it was voted to hold Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. | attended the U of F. Or.ru". ..'. : CHROMEDINETTE
THE! NEWS the next meeting in Starke in !! Blue football in G.i.--v :
.9.flF I :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and game '

.- July.Mrs son, Mike, of Miami will spend ( last Saturday.
Don McMahon and son 1 the weekend with MrsV. G. j Jerry Harris was h'>.. ," .. .
1 r .- .<"., and! Oho:.. M.tiM': :< I I.t.'I:
,' .: I l.ti k>' nville were weekthe. ,\" ,'kfonollth l her sister, j with her parents, ?fl'. and Mrs. i I Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith 'I Harris for the Sprint .>:". .I'! r
nii on "! Mary Lou EdwardsM Mi -. Sam: Dell In Gainesville. M. L. WaUerson. Also Sunday and his uncle and aunt, Dr. and I' from Georgia Tech.

n.i Mr-s. Paul Faulkner Rev. and Mr- G E. Cutshaw of 1 dinner guests of the Wattersons Mrs. A. H. Shi of Stratford, Okla.j I Mrs Mary Bolick will !<'!'.'r': ", i
mq'm., 1'uil were in Jackson- Greenville, Tejm. were dinner i were Mr. and Mrs. Freddie \\'atI -I'
j week'strip her home .
in Iii
I( returned Monday from a Lewiston. !h' t-: FRIDAY MARCH 30 THRU SATURDAY i
.ui Sunday,' visiting Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.QuiRley I I terson of Starke and R. F. Cut- i I to South Florida Kt'Y'est., weekend after spending>\.it.: APRIL 7 iI

M.- Etlgai Faulkner. : Saturday night. Thf.tt'r i chens. i j and Cuba. months with his sister! M-: ,,
Chicks at Sl..tnmJ..li.I. I Cutshaws, who have been occupying \ Mrs. N.V.. Thames of Marion, Capture tliii Ka-trr in rolitr. Jesse Newsome and family

Mi md Mrs Carlo :Myers and a cottage at Heilbronn 1 Ala. is visiting her son-in-law and.I Kent a nioiie i or flash camerafrom 1111's. W. B. Mundy and daughter 5 PIECE SUITE mno REGULAR !
aughtera ot Oxford Ga. were Springs for several months returned -:, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. BI111in I't: mI'''. Jean are spending from! $69.95 E
guests ii 'iw M L 'aU".on 'i" then home m Tennes- Louden. Jr. I the .
Mrs. C. D. Williams spent I Tuesday to Monday with :-11 I
Tues ,"e ;i Mrs. Richard Carter and Mrs.J. .
y 'i weekend at the Youth Camp in W. B. Mundy Sr. in Lain ensR. : .

I It. Kelly were in Jacksonille I I Lee>.burg for the Methodist Guild. I C., and Mr. and Mis! Chill lit'I :M"\ \ l 11100 \ I I" !
;!::', ___ .c.- \ ,.. __ -:' .'_ ,...'. shoppmglast Fnday. ': Suzanne Beckner of Fort Mundy at Ware Shools. S. C 1
Mr and Mrs. Burbank EXTENSION \ BI K: i
Billy Lauderdale is spending several I Rev. W. S. McAhley will b.. in
Jr. and of Fernandma:
family weeks with her aunt Mrs lIen- i Reddick from Sunday evening: ti> !
Beach, and Mrs. L. J.
T-Sgt. I rietta Hunt. Friday conducting evangehtuserviers
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Richardson and children of Valdosta SALE i
L. Brownlee and Mrs .. b i ir
Mrs. II. at the Redduk PI \- iI iI
and Mrs. B. R. Quinn and.i I
J. E. Futch nave had as guests I terian Church. I
of Inverness will be
daughter I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Watson of Mrs Marguerite Dickens r.- i I
Dedicated To Service .
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Community
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weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. PRICE
"Movto Are Better Than E\er" 'I Troy, 111. on Saturday and Chief Marianna was the Thursday to .' I Ir
M. w. Lance. ,I Petty Officer and Mrs. Robert Monday guest of Mr. and Mr tA

It you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad i Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr. ic-'I Nihoul and Mrs. Finch of Jack- L. D. Vining.

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS, turned to Camp Sheppard, Wichita -I I sonville. I I Mr. and Mrs.V.. S Agnew of T't
Falls, Texas with her son and I| Mr. and Mrs T. II. Slade Sr., '1 I' Starke moved into their new ) t t'I

Sat Mar. 31 ONLY I Tues. Wed.-April 3, 4 family. Capt. and Mrs. O. L. I| Marlon Elder and Lawrence La-1 home at 393 Cherry Street tlti.I ." ::1 ti 11 59,95
Havnes. Jr for several months' I
Double Feature I j mee of the Slade Gas Co. were I I week.
Six Shooter Justice visit attending the LPG Gas convention -I I An annual family teunion on oJ _
June Selita Hall of Raiford I in Atlanta from Monday to i i Easter Sunday will be held! at r II
With Hopalon Cassidy ti pent the weekend with her Thursday.Mr. | the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charier: L

t ,. J father Jack Hall.Mi : and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth j Darby. Those attending will b*
Your Choice In Red Yellow Green
-And- '. and Mrs. Willard Pass and I of Hampton were luncheon guestsof Mr. and Mis. DeWitt Jones and! or

two sons of Tallahassee spent Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andersonon I daughter, Elise, and Mrs C. W.
sreat-ZHRyadveAtiitet! the weekend with Mr and Mrs I Saturday. Also thre were Mr. | Chalker of Gainesville, Mr. and

sa L. D. Green. I and Mrs. John Burton and family I Mrs. John Chalker and daughter. 7 PIECE SUITE REGULAR
----- $119.95
I of Cleveland, Ohio who were: Judy of Jacksonville, Darby Peek 1
I I weekend guests of the Andersons. !' of Lake; City, and Mr. and Mrs.S. .
NOTICETo I Harold Lang of Jacksonville I L. Peek Jr. and family and i 36" X I 16" X (60",(

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. S. L Peek sr. of Starke.
Any ; Paul Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Wayne Douglasof I EXTENSION TABLE SALE PRICE

t rtes'wof all Employers, Employeesand R. B. Alvarez.Misses Jacksonville were Sunday
f N SIEWARI JEAN Insurance Companies: Esther and Mabel Ben- guests of11'. and Mrs. Charlie i! S :5 SIDE CHAIRS

Did you know that a survey son of Berwyn 111. were overnight Cowen.
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rrta>qwa tper rust GRANGER SIMMONS I made from the records of the guests Saturday of their Mr. and Mis. Barney McRaa 1 ARM CHAIR
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.As I Industrial Commission in five cousins Mr and Mrs. Harry I and Mrs. F. M. Crawford and
IEIrOrt FOOTSTEPS states revealed that in low back Mooty.Mr. I daughter Mary Beth were in 99.95Your

injuries and Mrs. M. H. Lang of Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. I Choice In Grey
: ) IN THE FOGAnd and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsand
Flu "Rabbit Rampage" Cartoon I THE CIIIKOrRACTIC 1'KOFKSSIO.V Miami are spending ten days with
Chap. No. 10 Serial : i ca.M : HELD THE: RECORD Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond an<2 family Westconnett were Yellow or Aqua
TECHNICOL.ORMRS. IN: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez.Fluw..r. i Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i _
I FasterAt R. O Dansby.
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and Plants) for
CARRIE EDWARDS I 1>lus "Ratth>d BoosterCartoon 1. Putting the employee backto I

Sun., Mon.-April L 2'' 0. F. TOMLINTON 2. Saving work in the the shortest employer time lost; home Sgt.Sistnmks.in Louis starke F. with Hernandez Mrs. Marian Jr. is MONUMENTSLarge MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

man power;
"Forever Darling" i S. Correcting the injury at the Howe and family this week on a Selection
Thnrs.. Fri.-Anril S. G(; I' 3-week furlough from overseas
MAlt Ill.E
lowest cost to the insurance
\\ith Lucille Ball, lsi Arnez and nisC.LARK I Company.Chiroprattic. duty in Europe. He arrived Monday caUITEBH I t USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
J.ulll"tI."n: b I from Jacksonville and will II
> : the ()NZF I
\. lANO removes leave for Washington D. C. at
Plus "Boston -anie" Cartoon ..c.u...." instead of treating "effects. ,
LANA! the end! of his leave when he Gainesville Granite
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TICKETS FOUND IN ,:if '.' => : hopes to be assigned to the current & Marble Works I DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY
Bring jour health problems to Antarctic Expedition under I
Quaker Oat, Mother's Oats, M-G.M presents I Admiral Byrd. IIW; S. t:. 4th Slrrt:

Quaker Puffed Rice, Quaker CLARK GABLE BOLLINGER A-D Floyd R. Crosby Jr. of Dial Franklin tif.l.le. / I OF STARKE
Puffed Wheat, Quaker Muf. i ,I Staike left March 12 for duty in ;: n.\ill". Ha. 431- 416 W. Call St. Phone 151

fells, or Quaker Paek-0-Ten, LANA TURNER j CHIROPRACTIC I Fan Antonio, Texas. His friendsmav I
I address! letters to A-B Floyd
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will admit one child FREE CLINIC --- --. -----
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accompanied by I.paiddult rtP@1R1IC 3 Blocks North of Post! Office O Box 1509, Fit. 273, Lackland. 1111 -- I
Admission to see "ForeerDarling" i AFB, San Antonio, Texas. i:;
In Starke
..."A M G M MnltipKO ReprintI'lus ..... i I
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all shades
Monday, April playing I 1 and Sunday 2. and "Two Ilt-ad.1 tiianf Cartoon- :\Iodl'rnI'thOO.: Lady' designed Costume to Jeuelry IH'rf'c.tI. notch your : il DRESS UP For Easter I:!:'

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1 Assistant Steam Baths Raster outfit at Bullin on' : I d11';

.. :: '- ;t. "' ,'- --.- :',.-' -.- ': .', '_.; l Mr. and Mrs. Louis Yancey Jr I
,; of Decatur, Ga will spend the I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 1..1 II At 11111;

I' D. Vinmg I '

'56 Mobilgas Economy Run! daughter Mr. and and Mrs.W.G.C.L.Ward Lovell spent and Easter : Always I::
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Sunday in Darien, Ga. with Mr. April E A G L E First 111
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and Mrs. Jack Ward and family. First !.....,
Mr and Mrs. Elvis Mansker I Quality ,I

j and son, Reed, of Boston, Mass. ;;

FORD WINS and Tampa were \'isitingIrs.. One Stop Shopping For The Entire !I ':
Family While
J M Mitt hell on Tuesday. --- You Get The Ii !"
Mr and Mrs. Lester Crews I

spent Tuesday to Friday in Fort I:, Highest Quality At The Lowest Prices ;
Mrs. Ernestine
Myei.s visiting : ::

In Run j!I Hooks Mr and Mrs. 1S.. mith of ii I l I"I ,

Economy Railroad! avenue have moved to] Famous "Tom Sawyer"SUITS Parade Of Fashion 1'1'

Ocala to make their home. i LOVELY "
Miss Joan Scholl returned home | --- SPORT COATS fcVv) '
Sunday from St. Luke's Hospital EASTER DRESSES I..!

'56 FORD TOPS ENTIRE FIELD where past she w't underwent>k. observationthe j' t' TROUSERS SIXES 4'\, I :

Rand Mrs. A. B. Sullivan of | I h. r, 7 to 13: 10 to 20 114 to 211l / ; !;

Live Oak were guests of Mr and I I A T For Real 599 To 54A.95KEAUTIFUL
Boys iJ'
Mrs. Wesley Andrews Tuesday. I T;

WINSIN CLASS 'A' I, !Sistrunks.\ Goldfish anl Pet Suppliestt 1 j Sizes: .1 t to 20Abo ( j i T ;

Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Tomlmson'i xv :
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ECONOMY "SHOWDOWN"In were by the called death to of Indianapolis Mrs. Tomlin. Ind.on's :I j I AID '5 "Tom Sawyer" Sport Shirts NYLON GLOVES IV \ :i'"

brother Ollie Mathis, who died In Gay Spring
March 18. The funeral was held .1 ; ROMAN Colors" Regular or the New Stretchy j I II

March 22 and the Tomlmsons returned -! I r CLASSICS"With In White. a'y.Ii or Beige i
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this year's Mobile das; Economy mountain air, heavy traffic and open home on Wednesday. : Italian t "''

f'ord8 with Fordomatic highway, Ford met and mastered Among those from outoftownwho ; "
run a new \99 1C
attended the funeral of L. S. ::
was the official victor over every car them. all. COllar"99 tU I
Hutto on Thursday afternoon of
in its field, with a winning average
The winning Ford I was not onewhit last week were, Mr. and Mrs. T. :
of 47.7643 ton-miles per gallon. This I
different than the that F. Hutto and family of Jackson- _
cars are !
means that in this nationally recognized -
test of fuel the rolling off the production line ville, Cpl. and Mrs. Charles to !i
economy everyday .
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M.
Parker of Petersburg D.I i f HATS AND HAND BAGS ;

sturdier, heavier Ford carried more not one bit different than Doss of Wildwood, Cliff A. Ray of I { I

weight, with greater gasoline .economy the cars you will find right on our Earlton Beach, Mrs. Rena Smith I I 1 ALL SIZES FOR ALL AGES I'':
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per i pound than, any car In its showroom floor today. This victorydefinitely of Belleview, Mrs. A. L. Williams I I: ".
field. and Mrs John Scott of Oxford,
I I that Ford I i is the $1.99 to S3.99
proves HT. Dunkley, Mr. and Mrs. John .
This convincing victory was scored thriftiest of them all and ; II
car we I
\\ Bass, Mr. and:! Mrs. John W.I
over a tough and tortuous certain that short CURLEE SUITS FOR
course are a time behind I :Xeth. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wil- :, MEN
Uphill! and dotl ndale, from Los Angoles the wheel of a '06 Ford will convince hams Mrs. H. M. Denmart, Mr. i I The Princess
Of
to Colorado Springs, the route you that its over-all performance and I Mis J C. Wynn and children VALUES $ 19.9j TO G5.00 Them All

<-nc''miasscd| : all types of driving ranks just as high as its economy. Mrs. Lcttie Parker, all of

I'on.ht.onDesert! !! ; heat and thin Test Drive a ';36(; Ford soon i I Jacksonville gm of Gainesville., Miss Frankie Mr. and :\Ior-I. I I II I $35.00 To $49.95 CINDERELLA DRESSES FOR GIRLS


'Hie ton-mile formula is used by contest officials to insure equal chance 'E Q Garrick of St. Petersburg I w, ) Sicel: : : to II I
tie all cars in each class regardless of the size and weight. Ton-miles! per E. p. titter of Hamlet, N. Coo'I ;II

gallon equals the car weight (including passengers) in tons multiplied by Mr and,I I11'5.. W. B. Carter Mrs. h.;; (GET; THE; BEST FOil LESS! ATEAGLE'S ( ,,4 To $/ .99
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E D Stokes and Mrs. W. MR .
t'lif number of miles traveled divided by number of gallons of gasolineCome I $1.99

l 't!--umed. :Remember't' r of Columbia to send S. C.ll.illmirk: i BIG SHOE DEPARTMENT j)k b r (.I \J

Faster 'ireting OanK from llullinrt 1 i
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oil's.Mrs Here You Find the Best atinalldHrti ed Brand, .t JUST
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in today Test Drive The Economy Winner 56 FORDANDREWS ARRI\LD
I in the !Latest
Bertha Pearce last Styles of Smart Footwear at the
sptnt : Lowest w'. A Huge Shipment Ul|
F-'iiy!: with her daughter Mr : Prices in Town

Mary Lane in Jacksonville! and I': i v:1: t } i. CAN-CAN SLIPS
01 Siturdav and Sunday the t'.vo I
Dress The Baby i LET THE
went to Oilando to visit Mr. and I i 1 r '

MOTOR COMPANY Mr-s Torr. Peacock, Jr. ,Ii\:\ For Easter Too ': Easter Bunny .\ ,ft l"OR (,IKLSHes :
Ch .-f and Mrs. T. S. Hogged I i ).
if Pi-r';, Ishnd S. C. spent ,; ': From our Lovely Selectionsof 'I, FIND YOIR emu) i tI! :; : 1 t tll J n I

'lalh 0.\,0 ,: ii ivs this'week with his ':' Philippine Hand-Made Infants I A PAIR OF
ln .md Adams; Sts Phone US :
I': ,'1"- ;\Tr:. Ethel Parks.M Ii! Wear and Sale $ d 99
Weather Bird Shoes
Starke. Florida -.* J M Edwards and dau h.1 1

ifMrs Jim High. Gavle. and ill,/ Nanette Dresses FROM EAfiLE

..-. .. D': i"I'o''e! shopping in Jack- I :
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AGE SIX DIUDrOKO COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA niu\Y, MUUII an: HII,
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TTVVYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYY Mr. and Mrs A. H. Hall In Jacksonville The Beulah Harrell and! the .-- a -w --- -. ----
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED i Lubedia pmholster Clf.I.snll --=.-- _- '__ _- -=_- .-_ __ a__ =

I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY BROOKER J{ I{ Mack McDavid ot Gainesville meet together at th.> horn ..i

wa.i the weekend guest of La vein Mr*. Theo Dyal on TtlI'>'dty. .\pl ::

ISy Oioru J. ShellI.dicatlutt i S: at >> p. m Great Easter !
By :Mrs K.; B. ('atlcnAuxiliaries Dyal.Mr. i Sale
I anti Mrs E. B. Castlon and Mr. and Mis. CharVj.! ': r .
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of KJRi and children left SaUl d,1\' .
Cancer hick Off Dinner i uAAAAA&AaaAAaauu family were supper guests of Mr. !

< I The Junior Class of PJE will M.,et 1 and Mrs. Reed Lewis in Starke I their trip to San Du-g. C--: I
after three week VIM l: v "i
"it the dinner the Sunday night. a
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i j prepare for American The Girls! and the
Auxiliary I
,!I' ;' i Cancer Society campaign I Roy Green had a birthday Sun- i the Lawrence Wigginse ani M I'
j Sunbeam
: I Band of the Brooke
; j "Kick Off" day and sharing a big dinner Wiggins' parents 11!'. and M'-I
.111 i on Monday April 8j Baptist WMU meet with their ,
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''Stn! : at 7 m. The following cooked in his honor were Mr. and John II. Ward of Gaim-\ :
j p. person leaders Mrs. .
: E. R. Lester, Mrs '
: Mrs. C. L. Atkinson \\ .1-' \
; will serve on the committee! : Roy Green Mrs. Frank [:1Irs. J T. Taylor and sons, and
Tinney
.MK;; Misses Dorothy Alvarez and Dor Mr. and Mis. Estin Tindall of1; ing Mis. Mallory Th.i-: .':
Mrs. 11. C. and Melbj
Douglas, I
I Starke
i iMr Wednesdav.
-'.It < Palatka.
Ross. Co-Chairmen Drs
othy ,
Green at the Church Thurs., I II
.'I \'; I I and Mrs. Guy rariisn ana ,'
Covington, Felos Adams, Nurse; IlrmUoril
March 15. Forty-one members; In Circuit f'onrt. County.
utm' I' I family were visiting Mr. and aft :I riitrliln In < h".rr'Ann.l !
McKnight and Engrajn, Principals .
this the 1 largest ,
were present, being V n-.ipcUt.ir, 1'.1.: .f!
: Thompkins, Anderson, 1 Ilo number since the auxiliarie: I S. W. Whitehead in Lake Butte .I L'!!. rij.uiim l'o"I;. ( >,: ir.. h:..t- a. .:. .'

MJ i berts. Price, Taylor O R.. Shell, were organized here in October i I Sunday. !i I Order Of 1'lIhllI'ntlunnd i\l" \Nntirr i. ToI !


tre : Volunteers Hampton, L. Walk I the Sunbeam Band, Hilda Har Hr.and -iileiK-i'-,' t.!" J'nhn.11.. -.
I weekend of Mr. and Mrs. i _
C er, E. Aycak, Wateroak, Mar rell. Refreshments were furnished I guests You are required to appear on
1 21. HOh.: the :110.nam,1
Thomas. I April in
Tyson, Nellie De Sue, RJE., Mar- by Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and Ton Benny 'Court and cause, herein plaintiff ,
E ion Dell, Mary Lee Frazier, Fj Stewart. Sorry to hear that Mrs. L. L. seeks divorce.
Parker and little Green I I Bradford County Telegraph hall
gah j S. Pierce L. M. Royal, Thurston, Birthday 1'arty Jayne .publish this Order in next four Prices Card; Thru Saturday. :March 'list lll1.tJt.\; ; : L'tlmt l t I :. _. ,1
Rev. Janie Mitchell, Mary LeeVhi have been ill. I'weekly I issues.Witness .
William Harrell was hOnored
I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and. ; my nand and offloiai soil
Ray
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: I Lawtey. True Love Smith with a lovely birthday party al ''al StarKe, Kl'T.il.i. il-. Mi( : 'i > -- .;;a -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Starling of I
I and Sadie L. Clark. The menu wilj home his Mr. and 1936.: -
the of
parents Jacksonville lira :; (OFFICIAL SE3T.1 Charles A. "arby
t < j consist of fried chicken, macaroni Mis. M. 0. Harrell, recently were visiting As Clerk of saul G> irt. -Lim-itOne(
CHASE & SANBORN with Food Order !)
and heese, lettuce and Groover Thomas last week. I. Py Marian L Cr .hy. Deputy Clerk I
i greens and
Games were played prize;
Joan Thomas of Jacksonville This. R. less!!, :204! Guaranty Life
half tomato salad, hot rolls, strawberries awarded to Sharon Harrell and !Sldg, Jacksonville, FI.I.tI .
spent the weekend with her par .\ f..r I'lf l'
D. with whipped cream Jem- )
Gwinn Thomas. About 30 guests
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy ThomasMike .
;i onade. were served cake and ice cream '\OIHI; or ir.vnoN' in
ford! I I Church XiwsBethlehem and wished William a happy Castlen went to Miami II Iti/.1-'I: .:|{ I'll. "Illlols NIMHNoti :
.- i is h.'r* hv :i\'n '
I with his granddad, C. L. Atkinson t > 1 -lb
: Free Will Baptist birthday. I'tiilrrsiKix'il, limit tli I l'' 79t

C Church, Rev. L. McKay, pastor,, slumber Party i Saturday. They spent the : Chapter, I1".Sil.: I..IWN .' :.. ,.I
I night with Mr. and Mrs.': Casey I 'I..r mi. \\illl'<';;:!- -
Can
held regular service all day Sunday Joyce and Joan Scholl, Linda 'I ('I.'rk of the r'in; "nit u'" .,
: Atkinson.Mrs. I' four Itutlfiird County, M ,t. I .
I starting with Sunday School : Duncan
Gail Duke, Margaret -
Johns Gtouver Thomas and son, : ,1(1.1. upon irrtlpt of |I" ".f ,
ist at 10 a. m. with Rev. J. of this actinIl.lit" .
Jane Richarde: all of Starke,, tatloti
W'I R. G. were visiting Mr. and Mrs i name of Starke Kailio ..iunder T\ --. .
Prince in charge. B. T. U. and Polly Wait, Shirley Crecanl ,. ,
which we are i-t: 'i
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F. L. Townsend of Bell recently. .
na. \ held at 3:45 p. m. ending the I Kathy Harrell enjoyed a Rev. and Mrs. Resale Carelton Kla bn"mess That at the 311 sole F.. Call owntiM M .*.' <' .i," a --.-- --;;: : : II1L.2' ." =-- =: ---. '-.: -.'- '- :.J: .- -, : : ..:-.- ,_. -, -.. I
JE three months quarter. Some very and weiner roast I
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slumber party
I I and daughter. Sarah, were visiting lni'ins are' I!. Knnu.i'i'i': I v
I interesting and good points were I at the Harrell farm recently. I I :M.iilioii St St.uktFl.i 'ii.'I U
Mr. Mrs. Russell O'Berry .
: and Kininaniifl.V.. M.fii 't -<
J out in the discussion. I
brought Garden Club ElectsThe I .
: on Mioanopy Sunday. Markf: Fla part.r-Ittp
Hill At 7 p. m. the evening worship Brooker Garden Club met I',," this J.nl::: deg t MiA !
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green and i I' 14x6. at StaikI'I ,d!' 01t 'I SHORTENING (Limit One with Other Order!) I
the
was held by pastor Friday night, March 16 at the .
dinner miuty Florida.OTICFI
family attended a birthday .
McKay. A fine spiritual message Civic Center. :Mrs. R. F. Youngof ; ;' t
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I for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cntten- _
and was delivered. Two souls were Starke a demonstration 11 1 .
gave
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: don in Gainesville Sunday.Mrs. \ TO APPKtllIn C ;,
saved: Edward Jones and of corsage making. The following Circuit ('ollrt, Bradford County, I
Elmer Stokes and !
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d.\ugh-j 3-lb
Florida Chamerr.Frank
II. Nomia Jones who confessed their officers were elected for the; : Ip .'
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plaintiff NBinia
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ter wt're'isiting Mr. and Mrs \ IVIavo
sins and asked the complete protection coming year: President Mrs. 1-;. IJt-la.M-o, P,'f,.rulantCai
R. H. Green Beverly I
Saturday.
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N 1 :4lottre :
tions and prayers of the church. W. E. Bigham Jr.; 1st Vice Pres. Can
Green them home To AppearTo !
accompanied ::1.:
I We are looking forward to a very Mrs. Wilson Green; 2nd. Vice : Virginia K. T.i.I.T--K. wii ,
to spend the weekend.L. residence and address !' :n T >gaAvrnue. i 1
fine Easter starting with Sunday; Pres. Mrs. Ernest Edwards;
M. Anderson of Tampa spent I Lake lluiuatha X. w
tion, School at 10 Covenant Meetingat Recording Sec. Mrs. Frank Jor-I "
at a few days last week with the sey.You are hereby notified that a II II I
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11 a. m. Easter program Tomlinson; Correspondence Sec. ''R. H. Greens. suit for divorce
3:45: m. All friends and men C. Douglas Treasurer in :he '
Mrs H. been filed
has
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p. against you -
bers are asked to attend. Rev. L. --- Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr.; Nominating Cpl. and Mrs. Vernon Overturf i above named Court and cause and _. .10. : _:_ __ __ __. :. .__-, ____ : ___ ___ _____:_' .___. __" _m -n : ..-:
i and children of New Port News you are required to serve a copy of
..* McKay pastor, Gladys Blye. re Comm. Mrs. Frank Va. were weekend guests of Rev. I your answer or pleading to the I _ n __
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I I E. Green and complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney -- -- -
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Mrs. G. -- -- - -
porter. Tinney
and Mrs. L. L. Parker and family. Green & Grefn, Ptn-ke
gion Antioch Missionary Baptist Mrs. L. L. Woods. Hostess for Florida, I
We to hear that Mrs.
were glad
Church, Rev. A. Jenkins paste the evening were Mrs. Lottie Edwards and file the original In the office l
Mattie Barry is home. She had aj I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ORor :
"Be thou faithful unto death andI Mrs. Ernest Lester, and before the
ed f will give you a crown of life." Mrs. Dave Green.Miscellaneous major operation a few weeks ago I 16 day of April 1956; I !
and has been recuperating at the otherwise the allegations of said :
Services were held all day Sunday Shower I taken
Complaint will be as confessed
home of her daughter, Mrs Elsie I
March 25 and the spirit was Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker Mrs. I'I'Cre..s by you. I
one in Jacksonville.L. This notice shall be published
high. Supt. was at his post of Guy Harrell, Mrs. M. D. Harrell.Mrs. A. Mott of Gainesville was | once each week for four consecutive* ;i' ICIIEERl
and ''duty for Sunday School. Clara Nettles Mrs. Doris weeks In the Bradford County Tele I
the Sunday dinner guest of Mr.|graph.
<\> Review of the lesson was given Kelly, Mrs. Ned Hicks Mrs. Mildred and Mrs. Ned Hicks. > Pat d thi--! 14 day of Maroh. '.'. .M I
by Deacon J. C. Carlwell. He Dukes, Mrs. C. L. Atkinson, OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darbj
lius Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham'' Clerk of the Circuit Court I
sonal compared the suffering of Christ and Mrs. E. B. Castlen were hostess By Marian L. Crosby Deputy flerk
Jr. and family spent Sunday at I
U(1 4
were with the suffering of sin-sick at a miscellaneous shower .
Fanning Springs.Mr.
souls today as well as people in at the Civic Center Monday I .. .
given .
I Lost ac I the hospitals. There is always night for Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Jacksonville. and Mrs.I'm were visiting Raboin Mrs of -- -- :: --: -. -.,: I 1- .-:-.-__ -,- _-,_-- ..: __ : -),,;.- ._ _- -_- _. _-_ _: = r-. __ -.- -- -. a#.;2J

this matter of loosing or shedding Clark and family whose residence !
Beulah Han ell recently.F. Now
tion blood to save lives just the was destroyed by fire. The M. Vickery of DeFunuik Open i iI I I HERSHEY'SLimit One with Food Order!)

I way Jesus jiJ. Center was decorated with azaleas
their
Springs was visiting the G. E >
On the Second Sunday in April and bridal wreath. Cake, coffea SMITTY'SBARBER

I at 3 p. m. Elder Mabry and hia I and lemonade were served the 25 Green family Sunday night. 5-lb]
Post Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas j
Singers will render a pro? who attended. Games were
Gospel guest and family were visiting Mr and : 39C
I at the church. You cannot prizes were awardedto SHOP' Sugar
and gram; played and Irs. C. J.: Strickland m Gainesville Bag
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miss this rare treat in song. Mrs. G. W. Davis, Mrs EWe !
Sunday.Mr. '
Ball"i All members of the church are Hodge, Mrs. Clara Nettles, and Court Street Opposite
and Mrs. Lamar Crosby o: :
asked to be present at the next :'irs. Hazel Harrell. Mrs. Clark Court House
tions Starke and Mr. and Mrs Colin --
church conference which will bl wished to make the following -- -- -- ---
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Ratliff of Gainesville were supper : -
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held on Saturday night April 7 statements: : "We, Freddie andJoyce P.obby YOUR PATRONAGE : '
and Mis
guests ofIr. :
vited at 7 p. m. Rev. A. Jenkins, pastor. Clark and children, Freda Dyal, Saturday. WILL HE GREATLY ; SUNNYLAND Ready-to-Eat Smoked, Full Half or Whole45i j'11

the Deacon J. C. Carlwell, re and stephan, wish to express our Roswell Kelley left Tuesday APPRECIATED
otter. the of Brooker i
thanks to people
for Cincinatti, Ohio for a prospective Ii Iiam
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church.Rev. and the rounding communities .
8-121b
job with G. E Development
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On R. J. Washington, pastor. for the kindness and helpfulnessshown Dept. D. H. SMITH

Sunday School wag held at 10 a.m. us after the loss of our; Ii
at 2 Mr and 'oln Bobby Hinti.r. ot Avg. Wt. I
of J> with John Givens acting as home by fire. We appreciate itSO Miami retintlvisiteri! Mr aidMr. Owner & Operator i
Supt. and Emma Renfroe acting much and really proud to '
are
can .". Ernest Edward "" : ,,- : '::: / Lb. II
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I secretary. The lesson wa leviewed call Brooker our home. I
met ,
shall I by Professor Elmer Shell who SOUTHLAND MINSTREL counted n_-_-_-"- -_ _. _.,,_. -,"",__-,0._ '_.,' .- I;
I U a member of Galilee Baptist I big success. Mrs. Gracie Big-
'was LB' i:
will I Church. Hawthorne. The pastor, ham president of the Brooker HICKORY SWEET Sliced

at 2 delegates and choir attended the Garden Club says that approxImately BOATING'S LOTS OF FUN :

H'gh' Springs District Conference I ?:300: will be cleared onthe
to I
that was heM recently: in Chief Minstrel presented at the

Mrs. i land. A very delightful meeting I Brooker School auditorium Thursday WITH OUR NEW, QUIETER Bacon

Mrs I was> reported by Sister B. J. u.nInon. evening. The cast and their I

: A round report was made bylien families were honored with a h
I I ,41WAbt WITH
the
I Chapel. weiner roast out at Bigham _
Due to the death of relativesRev. residence immediately after the I Iminstrel. _

(' and Mrs. Washington hadto An outdoor ton fireand i 1

due I be away all A'ATlcret. SUNNYLAND Pure Mb
Rev. A. R. Randolnh had charge of the drinks were enjoyed by the I Bag
the ; ,
services the trustees and raise
for 60 who were present. I '
<>f I collection of S16./ A srovlalnraver the Garden Cluh 4\j
a II Members of ,
I '. ,
I of svtnD.ithv was offered i served cake and coffee to members I klcotf: \..., a 'fi i: !!
'Ag
PTA I! in behalf of Rev. Washington and of the cast Wednesday nigh* ?-arrr=- ... .. : I Pork Sausage 19C :
I fl : ;
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f"nvlv. Brother !>>vv Lennon, at rehearsal. --' -- -- I

I. Chairman of the Trustees thanked Pam Nettles, who was 7 years I ,I

ti ;! Rev. Randolph for the verne I II old Tuesday, had a few friends infor : ,II I -.

I sermon and the wonderful ice cream and cake Tuesday HI
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i: collection for the church. I I afternoon. % i Ga. Gr. "A", Dr. & Dr. Whole (Acronized) LB
:I All parents and friends are invited Wayne Stalnaker entertainedwith
You'll enjoy wonderfully
ing the Easter Program at his home
to a weiner roast
I I smooth, quiet rides with the
new will be held at 3 m. celebrate hisllth
which p. Friday night to
i I new Scott-Atwater the
on On Sunday morning Love Mary Jane Bigham
i I Sunday. birthday. outboard that bails your boat.

Feast will be held in preparation i won the prize in a contest which Bad-a-matic, Hush-Spring Fryers 35c

.I for Communion on Sunday night was held. About 20 guest attended "tYj Mount, Aquamute Exhaust

All members are asked to be this party. Stowauay Tank, Complete

: present. Rev. R. J. Washington, Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis entertainedfor '' Gearshift, Twist-Grip Speed 1.1

:. I pastor Sister Beulah J. Lennon,, her daughter Jean Endicott,, I Control make Scott-Atwater ,
the outboard buy of the !
year _
: Civic '
new
the
I'o $ I Boy repoi ter.Scouts Meet at Center a lovely Saturday party night.at The occasion :. ___ -_ __ ., __ ". ;"._,-_ :: .: :> _.,It__ __ _.i;__.. __ -" ._ -_::--: :

and On Wednesday of each week was Jean's 13th birthday.Indoor CHOOSE A SCOTT-ATWATER FOR YOUR OUTBOARDING FUN! ,

I Troup 71 will meet at RJE High games were played and !I FIRM GOLDEN RIPEBANANA

School. Scout Master Booker T. enjoyed by the 25 guests. The

i Marshall has done a wonderful Center was beautifully decorated 1955 16 H.P. ONLY $259r9s

The I job. in bringing the troup back tolife. with red glads and other flower

held :: : t He is the second scoutmaster arrangements. Mrs. Lewis was

,' \ i of' this community. assisted by Mrs. Guy Harrell. Sooner or Later You'll Get a4OdTRAILER

Mis. I The troup was organized byAaron Sorry to hear that Mrs Flor-

Rev. : Holly, who did a splendid em'e'arnadoe fell and broke hercollar I I

U job for many years. Scoutmaster bone last week. She is in I

(' I Marshall has already started asoftball Alachua General Hospital.Our .

team. They will announce sympathy goes out to the

the I I their schedule of games soon. Atthe family of Leon Lewis who passed: C

.it meeting on Wednesday a"get away March 21. Mr. Lewis was in

\ :: : i ; acquainted game" was played Alachua General Hospital andhad 2 LbSe

by telling your name nickname suffered from a severe heart

im,' : and address. attack. Interment was at Dedan _

ing Patrol officers were elected as I Cemetery Friday.

I follows: group 1. Roosevelt Kelly Mr. and Mrs J. B. Russ of f SO EASY _-

to I group 2. Joe Tyson Williams Apopka were visiting friends and

pink group 3. John Givens. The Committee relatives here last week. TO LAUNCH-TO LOAD

m men meet each Monday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney and GARDEN GOLD Frozen OrangeJUICE

the night the last two meetings wereheld family have moved into the newrental
I I OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
will at the homes of Committeemen : house owned by the G. E.Greens I

I Burnside and Semitenfle'erMarshall ; and Mr. and Mrs. DovleHazen

t 50iv i respectivelv. Coach Elmer i and son of Lake Butlerhave i CHAS. C. SHEPHERD 6 Cans 69C

} I Shell i the chairman of the ; moved in to the house f
d I
i 1 members. All parents are and Mrs. L L DVT! :andson TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering

1 will I 'I' !'...I 1 to ur'nort the scouts of I spent the \\'1'E'kpn,1'ih Mrir.d i Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

the i[ Bradford CVunt\ : I Mr.Harold Sorrels; and :: '_ -_ : : : ;_ ___- _-_- ,- =g--




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FRIDAY, MARCH 80, 1956
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Revival Begins Sunday I' f..."."..""........."... '' invited. You do.not have to attend Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rader have I HONOR ROLLThe I gcr Jones Tom Lan, l.a.: :> M

church and Sunday School 1 returned to their home here after i Cullough, Gayle Moore. IM..C: iNbhn.

At Hampton BaptistEvangelist CLAY HILL I here or anywhere to be welcometo spending several months with relatives following is the Honor Roll i Frederick Peliuir.: Flew\ .

thi;:, event. It is for all chip in Wappinger Falls. X. Y. : at Bradford High School for the i Richarde, Betty J.. si..- :'_

III en. Just be at Clay Hill Church We are glad to report that Mrs. fourth grading Marklee Tomlinson, 1:.. \ T.' > '
II) .Mrs. J. I. trickLtude1LIL..Ll1Al.1LLLL i penod: j
atJ o'clock. Harley Starling is improving after 12th Grade Martha VanLandin hlll:

I Ht'Ht'rbert Higdon will be oui' an illness of several months. Mrs Bobbe Bastedo Pearson Cox 10th O ratio

.J The new school and community' speaker for this Saturday night, 1 Roy Starling is also able to be upend Gail Duke Lex Green. Shirley : Patricia Alvarez Wilh.i! :; I i'-r:

1 nurse, Miss Curtain was calling; We understand there will be a ; about after a week's illness. I II I Green. Rose Gregory Jackie i Virginia Darby. Tonin.: ', I >> i

Melhodist ChurchVt The Tabernacle on parents and children last week, ;j political rally at the school house: Mrs. Abner Padgett of Hague! Hobbs William Home. Shirley Dale Elton, Betty Park t- .I. :

C (I hand also announced the pre-school the same night, but let's have a ailed on her parents Mr. and' Jackson Kathryne Johns, Sandra: Gandy Jerry Gibson. 1',c H.> ,b-

SUiddApui 1 Easter i>ei\- i-idiu pe ai ". T:.. I round-up which will be held inMiddleburg ) good crowd anyway. We are look- Mrs. John Surrency, last Saturday. ; Johns Charles Kirkland. Bab- Frank Johnson Win.-ti-r! : ::! lit'..-.

. i and Sermon 11 a. m. Special observance on April 10 of the 23- again this year. j ing for some good singers. Mr. and Mrs. L. 1-:. Ratliff had r Lance Ruth Leo. Janet Marcks, Reason Kirkland. Ni-ll- !*>A

Easter music by the Chancel rd anniversary of the founding or i .' Amy :Manning is very ill at -ht J, Wmfred Wilkinson will be our ., letter from their son. Walter I Barbara Matchett. Jose Maze Wanda Norman Pitri.i; I' .. '
ciuui Reception into the church : the Mission Hall and Tabt'rna'le' hone of her father. speaker on March 7 at 7 o'clock. who is stationed with the Navy:) ; Irene Metzger. Billy :Moore Bar- Mary Starling, Eliss.i svii- :,

.,: children who have attended work. After the program, a fellowshIp :Mrs Ernie Padgett was con- He is just starting in the Lord's! at Atlantic City, N. J., saying he bara Norman Jackie Parker Mack Thompson Ruth Wlk:: <" _
recently conducted dinner will be enjoyed in work let's him witha would be home on leave m June I 9th Grade
uo-rm ship classes ,' :..ni1 to her home last week with so encourage Jane Richarde. Joyce Scholl,
Nursery open during this the Tabernacle Annex. ,, .. flu ; large congregation and good i-r July. We surely miss Walter: Raymond Stefanelh. Ina stem. Barbara Bates. Jo.i- ..;_
9:45 a. m. Jr and Ken behaviour. He loader at in Sunday School and Church, and : Elizabeth Geraldine Fender. J'l' -. ,
- Y'lUth Fellowship groups 6:15 nt'thloon: of Trinity College, attended Homecoming services at ;; the Highland Church and does a hope he makes it home soon. lit Ii Grade Terrell Green Henry I1.i.:: .

P n, Easter Cantata by the I Clearwater, will have charge of Highland last Sunday were Gertie fine job. PoeI A- :McGee of Lemare Starling of Jacksonville: Maxine Andrews. Nancy Bates, lIobb.. Helen Kelly ..iulK! ,,: .

rnaiicH l choir. 7:30 p. m. Don't the meeting: on Friday. April 6 Fain-loth. Estella Wainwright i Collins Itoad Baptist Church will spent the weekend here with his: Joyce Bea!, Barbara deRopp : Herbert LaMee. Cecili.i,! M. < !:'

,.'-.? this outstanding event. There will be special music, and R- v and Mrs. Lane and Clara be the speaker On April II. and ;i-randmother, Mrs. Kate Starling.he Alice Dodd, Emojean Hall Gm- Mary Agnes Matthew 1:', .
Monday 7:30 p. m. Regular other young people are invite,! : i'ul daughter-in-law Ruby Lane, C. W. Wilkinson on April 21. .-* also had as guest her grandon :Martin, Faye Maxwc.l II.

.-eting of Official Board. Cir-: come and! hear these young won rid! the Stricklands After servHO Easter Sunday is the day the -> Jimmie Starling. of Waldo. I John McKinney were Mr.\ and Mrs.J. Mosher. Patsy Nichols; M II.

, i.., Two and Three WSCS, meet I .( wonderful feast was spread. Oak Grove Church has its sacrament Mrs. Hoe Rivers of High Springs; D. McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. W. O\-erstreet. Elizabeth PMi"-
was visiting in Graham Monday.We : I'. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. RichardKnight ..
it :3 m service and J. L. Strick Franklin Ritch. Benn: \\ -: .iGeorge -
p IVfsbylerian Church .I I L. Strickland delivered the are glad to have Mr. and'frs and Mr.: and Mrs. V. L.
WSCS conduct theservice Young
9:30 a. m. land has promised to
Tuesday Homecoming sermon as requestedby :\ A. F:. Tanier of North Carolina :McKinney, all of Gainesville, Mr.
Prayer Croup.IYednesday. the Highland Church in general ; for the pastor Rev. Col-' i and Mrs Woodrow Melton and Stli CratlcPatricia
Noon-day Sea vae.First to move to our section. Theyaie I
7:30 p. m. Bible Friday He was instrumental in organizing lins. Hope to see you then.If children of Orange Heights. and Anderson! K.i.ii\n: !
Church. Adult the of Mrs. Felix Gnf1
:Methodist parents -
Study and Prayer Meeting. Fred Culler, dynamic, the church in 1910 and you folks want something : of Starke. Conway, Larry Eld.'lr :'1: '
Hugh Ingram
1 fis, who mowed here from Carolina
7:30 m. Chance Choir practice, 8 p. m. dung preacher from High Point, besides church news in this column :,
Thursday p. also first pastor. Heworked : Erwin William Jackson pern.i:
was its i: of The Grif- Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal had asI"
a couple
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. N C. will conduct revival services will have to get it to years ago.
Choir practice. time you Roberts Douglas Se\moiii Flni ,
for
faithfully a long uses have bought the F. M. Watson weekend guest their grandson. : :)
Morning Worship. "Christ Is at the Hampton Baptist Church I I cannot catch the radio- .
walking the ('ountrover.' and me as \ home, and the Watsons now Jimmie Davis of Waldo. Slade, Alma Le Thornton Mi i:
Risen" 11 a. m. Youth Fellow-; during the week. April 1-8. r in the air and have
IIIWAY t'HAI'KLASSEMBLIES from house to house. There active waves tha Nelson Frank William*
going live in Fairbanks, where they built Mr. and :Mrs. Mack Abernathyof
ship, 6 p. m. Evening Worship; Services will be held nightly at the items published. I will beholding
GOD ,
OF in this
roads section -
were no good concrete block house. Miami were home for the 7th Grade
1 a new
led ty Elders W. T. Jackson and i, $ o'clock with special music by Mr. hands out for thnl'ws '
I : then So Mr. Strickland my Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw of I weekend. They have been livingin Edith Adams. Norman Jea'i
School, 10 a. m. Morning R. G. Paterson, 7:30 p. m. 1 and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez. The notes and have my pencil I
Sunday : walk the woods. !
would
through
I Ii i LaCrosse visited Mrs. Shaw'sbrother Miami for several months. Bell Beverly Chapman, 1.11I.C\; ox
11 m. Evangelistic will be on leave j song service will be directed by and ready to write anything
a. minister
Worship
The
'At it paper
he found necessary :
!! Louie Prevail. times I and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs F. M. Griffin visiting 'Saundra Dobson. Mallalt.tPI.II -
Service, 7:45 p. in.TuesdayInformal. i of absence from Monday through to take his shoes off and wade you tell me, so rememberthis :Mrs. G. W. Rivers, Thursday ,, relatives in Georgia.Mr. i las Mary Dugger. Diane FIrth!
The Relan'in Kaile.
prayer at ; Friday of next week, conducting; pastor stream of water. The church when you see me. .
.'a last week. and Mrs. Tom Lefevre of JoAnne Fouler Bill Cn-en. Pa'
extends cordial welcome to the
the Chapel 7:45 p. m. 'revival services at the ReddickjPresbyterian I a was organized with 13 members Mr. and Mrs. John Moody and j Tampa spent the wPt'kt'ndith : ..
public to attend this series. .. ....... :1 Harper. Kay Hart. Kntu- L.
ThursdayMidweek preaching! Church. i .....v.v vvv "'t l
I and only one is still living-Tim ; sons spent the weekend in Jack-! his parents :Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hicks. Linda Hilde-bian. Sue J.i k.
I
service 7:45 p. m. I SEVENTH DAYAIHEXTIST Blackburn. These two Jim and fronville visiting their daughter Lefevre. I son, Thomas Judd David Lon ;
Ambassa
Saturday Christ Service, FIRST CHRISTIAN (IHIUIIJ. : CHURCH Tim are the only constitutingmembers GRAHAMMIH. Mrs. Bayless McKinney: of Starke, If anyone has any news, please ; Dottie Mercer Buster Part 11:
Bars Young!; People's K. Shrruuod. I'a-.tor present or living. who underwent an operation in a : write it and drop it in post office : Jerry Ritch. Kathryn Struth

7 45 p m. Services each Sabbath in the Rev. Taggart filled his appointment ....hn :Mrliiiuipy Jacksonville hospital. Her friends; Box 20. We will be glad to ; Barbara Salmon Annette! mom
Sunday school. 9:4.r. am. Lord's !i tome ofS. N. Brown across from: at Clay Hill Church last of Graham wish her a speedy re- I have it for the paper.Church : as. Carolyn Vickers T. n \ W i

NEW RIVER Supper 11:1a.m.. Preaching., dome of S. :-:. Brown across from Saturday night with the largest tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (every. I :ServicesThe ti-r.- Sandl1111"110 n-
Cllt'RCItSunday 6 p.m.j i iI ,
BAPTIST 11 a.m. Christian Endeavor tiy Arden :Mote, pastor. Sabbath congregation we have had yet. :Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Griffis have I Mrs. E. Dryden and daughter. Graham Baptist Church invites -

School, 10 a. m. Worship Evening Service 7 p.m. Prayer School 2 p m Bible Study each Every seat was full, and more is: their guests Mrs. Griffis's sister I' :Mrs. Julia Crews, are isiting everyone to :"'t'1<< the f l-llowipw

Hour, 11 a. pa Evening Serve : Meeting Wednesday. 7:30 and p.m.lLadies 3rd|' 1huisddy. 7.30 j P in A friends:; seats had to be brought in. TheEvergreen Mrs. Edward Clayton and Jacksontile. 'I services: Sunda! ;
7 m. Prayer Meeting each t Council 1st ; wt'k.me to all singers were with us,, two children of New York Citv. 10 am :o.lornm'n:.-inH: i
;: p. cornerCall I
church
Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Everyone ,Tuesday p.m. at again, and the Swamp Land Mrs. Clayton is better known here Mrs. John Surrey visited her i a.m. Training Union 7; p nr, I" ,

welcomeL.. L. Parker, pastor. and Christian Sts. .VTTTTYVYYYTTTYYTTVYYfTTSTATE Quartet< also j I :as Miss Ann Taibi. Another guest; auhtt'rlrs.. Mack McKenzie, ning Service R r m PiaMe..-- .i

We will have our Easter Egg: in their home is a relative of Mr. I and family in Jacksonville last I ing wh "'pdnt'.sdaII. ; : < "II .

.1.1I FARM Hunt Saturday afternoon, andevery Griffis Thomas Paladenro of East weekend. I -.ReI..t'III1' Prcvat' airing
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child in the community is Palatka. Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. pastor
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CHURCHSTARKE .
FIRST BAPTIST By Janet Turner

l>hon.. 1331U.1..LL.LLLL.LIL

FLA. I .
1 Hear Evangelist
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwardswere I
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. B.I I

In The Heart of Town Edwards in Worthington Springslast
Court Streets -
Jefferson and Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
Phones Office 234 Pastonum 130 and Mrs. G. E. Crews were I I

dinner guests last Saturday of :

-- Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Crew's brother and family. ]

Training Union 6:16 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Clemons, in FRED CULER
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. I i Gainesville. I

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Mr. and Mis. E. C. Long were

WDVH at j! visiting friends in Brooker Sun- "

Hear the Sunday :Morning Service over j day afternoon.The J f.

Broadcast Every 1. 3, and 5 Sunday. I monthly meeting of the >
Regular
11 am. : State Farm Woman's Club was I

I held Tuesday afternoon in the Y
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I Community Club House. Mrs. E.I Dynamic Young Preacherfrom /i
C Long and Mrs Homer KozarI I a
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!I were co-hostesses. In continuingthe '.
monthly program theme of I
1 fiower arranging each member

HUNDREDS : was asked to bring an arrange-I r ;.
''
I' ment made from flowers
grown at home. Everyone enjoyed I

ot aetails are managed and economic- !, sharing ideas and tips on the II Point N. C.
High
ally attended that only a trained and different arrangements. It was a -

careful organization can attend when i! delightful and enjoyable after- !

the urgent need for serving is at noon. ,

hand.; i Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon ;'
I and sons spent Sunday in Archer

visiting old friends, Mr. and i
I
DeWITT C. JONESPhone 1 Mrs. R. E. Stalvey. x

7 Starke. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright
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had as guests last Sunday Mrs. APRIL

Hunerni' Director \balance Service I V.'ainwright's brother and family -I .
] Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Edwardsand I V
cur Inca funeral home naoloa q. to offer convenience the' daughter of Gainesville; her

.wrvioei not nth rwi.e ",VRtl"hls mother, Mrs. P. C. Edwards of : '
th1
Lawtey, and Mr. Wainwright'
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brother, Frank B. Wainwright of "
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We furnish me highest type srrvicv at lowest prices ono, I Jacksonville. j

er-pt< ANlite! insurance none in force. li ned by AN'comp.ur I Mrs. J. E. Edwards was visiting -
NIGHTLY AT 8:00
aa payment la part or iu full on a funeral: I i i her father, John Thomas, last d

Consultation carries no obligation j Sunday in the Lake Butler hospital -j e

t ---- i where he is confined !

,j Homo Demonstration Club
An interesting program wa :

I, given last Friday on Food Conservation j;I First Church
NOTICESCHEDULE : by Mrs. Lena Sturgis, i Baptist

,I Food Conservation Economist of ,!'

: FSU. This program was sponsored -]
by our State Farm Home;!
OF DEMOCRATIC I '
Demonstration Club and j'I'It
Sturgiagave i
Miss Dorothy Ross. Mrs.
PARTY RALLIES t a demonstration in the ,'
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: morning on canning vegetableswith Hampton Fla.

COUNTYAPRIL Fair exhibiting especially in,I
BRADFORD '
mind. At noon all the guests en'r -: ,
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'r Joyed a picnic lunch. After lunch\

THERESSA Mrs. Sturgis gave helpful hint.'
10 t \.i-: ..' il'h ,
''on preparing food for freezing.;iI | <- ;' '--4:
COMMUNITY CENTER:' I The meeting was attended by :; .... : ,''-f '-; r: Special, Music Presented by

APRIL 13 -- NEW RIVER : representatives of the Lawtey, ark r. ; ,
Heilbronn and State Farm Clubs. ]
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COMMUNITY BUILDING I ; I yxraI
Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair was in' I
APRIL 17 --- HEILBRONN : Winter Haven last week visiting I i r t Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez

SCHOOL KUlLDINft her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
; and Mrs Harold George and family. -
APRIL 20 GRAHAM ,
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RII'ERSSEILI'ICE STATION I Mrs I. C Smith entertained I

APRIL 24 LAWTEYMARKET : with a buthday dinner Sunday : *
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i for her husband. Out-of-town I
PLATFORM who Mr. celebrate
guests help Smith

APRIL 27 -- HAMPTON i his birthday were Mr. and\
: Mrs. W T. Hilliard of Cross City. t
SCHOOL BUILDING Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mercer of Song Service Directed by.

MAY 1 ..- BROOKER Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Al Parker r M r I
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of Cross City, and Mr and
FARMERS MARKET Mrs H. R. Johnson and family:) t

MAY 4 .- STARKE of Mayo. I 4L11r Mr. Louie Prevatt I II

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BUS ATHLETIC FIELD Mr and Mrs. R. V. Turn i had II I
: as their guests Saturday night I I

All Rallies Start At 7:30 P.M. 1! :Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burton and I I

children of Cleveland. Ohio and I-$ !

Check the date for your community and make it a Mr. and :Mrs J. L. Anderson Sr !

point to attend. This is your chance to meet the : of StarkeMr. I I

candidates, hear their views on important issues and I and Mrs. J. M. Bradley l !
: had as their guests Sunday their I
ask questions
son and daughter-in-law. Mr and I ;

Sponsored By I Mrs J :M Bradley Jr of JaiklOU'LL -- You Are Invited -

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Bradford County Democratic 1 1i i I I


LOVE the new Esterbrook New, Enlarged Nursery Will Be Open! !

Executive Committee I purxc-size fountain pens In

pa>tH .shoJt-n. Only S'?.58 at Bradford

County Tt-legraph.


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I'.ua: EI( ItT BRADFORD COUNTY TELBGBAPIL 8T& FLORIDA ,

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.. Accidents ( Exemption, Payment 'ihi::J.ffK'e'" the Br:>'!!'" r >u". !:


; | Deadlines Tomorrow, Kelly and John* b.: i .:.1' f t

f1! : 1' -. > 1 :rom 3 to s per il!! : .'
,:. r 'It'rom | ait: > tine : TaxpayersVarned "
.- I i lo M I tax bills i ,left \\l;!, t.\ : |

I ,-n,_- ;p.-lfly demolished, fib of ,
Three imp..runt .mminen: dead"ose business tmu.! : A ,
'1 : ',' r.tzily skidding traitor l lL ,
f 'ncs 01 cur toniori: nr'.ir Br.idford County taxes may r'<- > i
-.............. < wore struck by: anoth- I
,. -- County ta\p.i> 'r ; j pns,1Q in the collt\ i.-i'-. [
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tr..p.truck; driven South
Saturday is the l.t"t d.u you l'an still makt' thc 01! '
.:.;. on t > 1.which 1
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:.'::-- -- -:: ; \ I K'i'ii.-. Cornelius Crawford of Homestead; Exempt app'a tn clllck in ;:;l. -: j
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( ;;;: Gieen. Fla., sending if !
: ; plications may be accepted by Ta!. < a-v- Kelly' stated
': ::11'11(1 and about 100 feet i
Assessor Gene Taxi ,
'I '.., I! Long and Johns added tha c. ,I' '
rsT'sisFtiB5? I i shoulder. facing m the ; Collector J. R KI'1Iyarnl'l1 that should be paid at h<., ;.f-. ,, '
-sr- I r #' I i ':'; ".-i:,' .l1i.'( turn from that in | taxes 1
any not paid by tomorrow City Hall
or by m I.:
,. i : %AI p; (; F \ ,I i" h I: had: been traveling ;' will be assessed delinquent !ees. i'

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: r_ J I 1,1'1- re.-eived a fractured :, I
Carl ) Leon Lewis ,
___ : ..::nt\ .leu' and severe bruises and rtortite'citJ'iM the meTax Services
\I"II'fI: .\Tn K. K.; Kdmondson (i-enleri ..hIii%\" 'Pi rating room i... pr"I.n lIe 1
was taken to : deadline
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:\Ir... Long tautioned that you must ? retired t.irme'c; .! : I
I.IIIIIMKite. and 1. I,. Ihuiglas. I'ifth IIlt'mIN'r of U.ard. ('. K.liitehiMil his; condition was listed -: 1'file
as senmis a new application this if day m Lake HutH: ,
year i
\\ / it as ml present uhen piUurc Mas taken. : ,
j
you received Homestead Kxemp- lowing; a short ..;::n--.v

r First Patient Trooper Musgroxv stated that :;: lion last year and also stated He was born .i': I.! ,.. .*... : .

the speedometer on Boyette's'i: that anyone applying for the first'son of tht' late j'--.V ,:-,; I I. : I

1 thiCk described in the official'a '' .time roust appear personally at Shaw Lewrs. On A':V.-- i ii: : ........

< cidcnt report as a total hiss. i .
V 4. -. and lived h.'rf' :: ,
I I ': : ;
.. jp I locked through. he said, should I.
was between
fi ''-' 50 and GOmiies 'walk''a!
a 111" !'!1"1 .,f :h.' i I': '
: t, 1''4 ___ .; per hour. He estimated the !! their cars where it is impossible Baphst Chur'n

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'" total to see clearly more than a fewfeet
: property all'
damage to
1 Funelal St'fl't' W'ri: ..' '
6r ahead. '
-- ) ,--- - -JY gh; three trucks at $6,500. exclusive ;; i Dedan Baptist Ohur. h ]K- ..' ,

&. r ,' of Damage to freight. ; He also pointed Out that it is :. ,.. Rt> ,.,, .
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f' l' v lIern1.lnt: ,1.
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VTATK: SKXATOU: C1IAULKY: K.: JOHN'S Introduces nwmlMTs the hoard of trustwi, staff physicians, 'k ; burn I : :
;. t'tx trucks and 8 cars, were involved illegal t0 off brush or woods'iating.. Burial ,
and other jiiirsts at thil l...li.. iti m rrn-inonifs "1w n the new structureas thrown oprn fur in>j>'.('- I, : without first foH.wMi\ : ) i v
1 \ t : .. in 7 other accidents, all notifying authori- nedan\ Cemeteiy at Hw.k."
thin last Sirndaj afternoon. The open house nas sponsored! by member* of the 1I11"l'italuiliaQ.( Mho 410J.: : : ,-, ': i I but one of them on Highway 301. j ties, stating that many of the| ne is survived h.a 01.101';,-,

ser 1'(1 l a. hostesses. ,. ;,. ::1 j'i j t I over the weekend in which two i present fires were started by Mrs. Inez Dendy' : Siv" :,,1.! '

Mrs. Catherine Mrs. I motorists were injured. i' sparks and names from small burt, and four srtel"11.: I)tIe'field !

NE\V\ HOSPITALIS Gladys Weldon Mrs.Carter.Gertrude A Natural Gas !i '..1 ...\ j: Musgrove stated that 50 peri: fires left untended or al- Hunter of Lake Citv Ir"LII: \

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M..Brul.-. .: ,:, j cent of the 60 accidents on High- lowed to get out of contiol by Thomas of Jacksonville .1'11 i :Mr

J/ ..._. | way 301 and other main roads In I! careless private l.ir.di>wne:> and H K Stokes and! :\11' t ; :st.lv. -
Nurses Aides: Mrs. his K. ('Continued from Page One r farmers
I> the County since Jan. 1 could ; both of BiookeiTo
DEDICATEDAT Crosby Mrs. Inez K. DuMaine
tn/-:' :t method of prediction that j''bl' tlamed at least in part on [
:Mrs Elsie Pigott.trs.: Alma Dl'borahnn) Starling though
Monday morning and John
H.
smoke and fog caused wood
dies not allow:! for theoretical expansion by
i Leta parks.11 of the system after the she isn't particularly interested I Parker of Hampton I was registered : ,i, fires. The Citizens Of Bradford County :

OPEN HOUSE :\ s. Lucille Brown. housekeeper at the moment, can claim the as a medical patient at 10 a. : He revealed that thenhave''
first three for of
years purposes : I
John \V. Strickland laboratory distinction of having christened m. i i, I I wish
been 23 to extend
financial estimates of its total Bradford injuries one death. and my pledge to continue to !sene

.Continued from Page One and x-ray technician; worth. County Hospital. I Aftei initial difficulties with over $21.000 in property damage you to the best! of my ability in the office of

:Mrs. :Maude Lappe, kitchen sup- Her mother. Mrs. Lonzo Star i its complicated new switchboard j i caused by accidents so far this Super* i i.snr of Registration to which
Annu.il Krtenue have
ihitoi concerning the beauty of l lThirdyear ImgJr.. of Starke became the you
er'isllrlrs: : Car-mi Belle Thomp- unit were straightened out bythe year adding that "9$ cent i ii given
me
I per unopposed nomination for
:> interior of the building. and leveling statistics new hospital's first patient at the next
son aisistant kitchen supervisor; telephone company the hospital of them were on 301" i four
.t. cheeiful of the show fiSt potential customers using i years.
atmosphere S:15 Monday and Deborah I
James McKelvey.: maintenance. morning :
passed its first day smooth lie said that nearly all of them
,ati'iit.V each of which |' the by 1959.! consuming -
; : rooms system Ann took her first look at.I I
Orderlies: II. C. Wynn. J.V.. and ''could
ly 1'ffcienUwithout incident. he directly attributed; to :;
dime in a different pastel S.isser. Fred Victor. 63.793 cubic feet of gas the world in its trand-new- : 1 drivers ignoring hazardous j I'Iea.M call upon me at any time for any thing

-had A wide expanse of window to produce an annual levenue livery room at 11:12 a. III t con ,, this office can do for jou
Maids: Emma D. Crum, Dorothy i Gift plants and flowers in therooms ditions. i
m each room also provides 1 of 103S71. Lonzo Starling, head dry mil\!
: :\Ioutrie.1ie\ Strong; and corridors, and lobbies; i State Road 301 was virtually. I
:;atients with an interesting view.is i Scott further stated that allcustoml'r operator at Humphrey Gold I
:Margaret Parks. operating room i created a cheery atmosphere as I i i closed by smoke between Starke !
well as light and air. and volume estimates Highland Plant who was born
maid. i the staff went about the businesT I :and Waldo for a good part of i! MARIAN L. CROSBY
Other high spots which impressed 1 in the lengthy report were' based and! reared at Heilbronn Springs.
The medical staff of the new of caring for their first thre i the weekend as traffic ground toj i
visitors were the beautiul on 19)0;; U. S. Census figures 'can also! claim the signal honor
hospital I is composed of the following -, I patients and making rt'.1.1for. I a standstill amid billowing clouds Supervisor of Registration ___
: prayer room. the panelled ; which are already far behind of having been the first expectant '
physicians: attending! H. I more. I from both sides of the
rim-tors' study the easily-viewed I Ptarke's present growth.He father ever to pace the med : flg-ht-of-'I
H. Adams A. J. Barry Pete G. One way. Bradford
who
family missed theopening County
nursery. and the well-appointed explained that the $300000 I caIenter's I I lobby floor.
Felos T. G. Kitch. D. ;M. Chris- : Musgrove stated that
kitchen. bond issue, which allows $206,201 I Deborah Ann weighed 6 pounds ceremonies and open
toffers A. Y. Covington. and J. [ i, pectant mother stalled in the ze- -
Personnel for basic construction costs will 10 and three quarter ounces at house on Sunday had to be turned 1'0'Liibilit morning1her \I
: W. Brownlee. DDS; honorary I } Saturday
to take right to the customer's birth, which was accomplished away, however. Mrs. Louise II. :
The was
new hospital open \V. K. :Middleton. and :M. K. Her- gas on way to a Jacksonville I
>
leceive patients Monday with the long. home or business just as is done I without complications.! I Kite, Medical Records Librarian I ] hospital had to be "walked out" 1 Sell It Rent It Trade U

Phe has a sister Helen Colleen and Admissions
following 26-member staff: at nresent with city power and Officer explained : by two stopped truck drivers, one j'of
Edmondson administrator water. [ 13 months old. that no One but and I i
patients
R. E.

: Mrs. Cleo F. Harley. book- 'Marion Glisson Rites I He said that the cost estimate.includes The hospital received two other I j their visitors will\ be allowed beyond I front whom of her walked car while immediately the other in I' WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

keeper; Mrs. Louise H. Kite, Held Here Wednesday ,I all mains meters and.incidential .' :patients on opening day. Mrs. J the lobbies while the hospital i drove it at snail's pace, the headlights ,

medical records librarian; Mrs. I equipment, as well asa :Renny Finzer of Staike became I is in operation without I j outlining the man in front. -

Florence A. Brown switchboard Marion Glisson 74, born mj L !I pumping station and an odor- |! I its second customer when she I first obtaining special permission -j of its front fender. j ji Low Rates Good Results tiasy To Placeo

perator; Mrs. Laura W. Sutherland Starke on Sept. 13. 1881. died rn a izer to give the naturally odorless :was admitted for surgery at 9:15: to examine its facilities. i The Trooper warned that brush \ WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 50*

switchboard operator; Mrs.: 1 local hospital Monday evening fol- ,; fuel a characteristic smell for Bradford Hospital KINGSLEV; LAKE and woods fires are still burningall I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2 cIoi'Ol'T
director of nurses. detection of leaks.Lengthy .
Nettle M Wynn. j easy around Starke and in and
lowing an illness of several months. ]' RAITIST ClintCII
[ OF 15 PER CKNT! OX TWO OR
1'ipelinei MORE
INSERTIONS
Joins Blue Cross around Bradford County and .
lie was a retired farmer and 2%. 4IIiTiOf.
aj FOR III.IM ADS OR
ADS !*
Lou Tyus, i The 1,526-mile : OT PAID IV ADVANCElilt !
Minnie
Nurses: Mrs. proposed gari ; Sunday School. 9:45: cautioned motorists to exercise '
member of the Jeh'n'ah's'ilness- am'l i J
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i pipeline to be built by the Hous- ( TK\TII
1 AXMlKHslHVH4IIIOS CARPENTER
when J WORK
driving
es i iSurviving It. E. Edmondson, administrator Preaching n a.rn Training extreme care KKPtlllKD Rl'modelin -

r MR. TIMBER :l ton Texas firm and the Coastal 1 'of the new Bradford County Hos- j Union 6:45: through smoke or fog. He ad- j All !Make All !M.xlcl Mdlnp.Cement Cement Blocks.work.Hoofing Chaa.and
are his wife. EmilyGeiger will p.m. Preaching. 8p.m. I ItmHODahlr .. A
.hllrlt '
Transmission Corporation guaranteednits.
Sorrell.
I I I pital. announces the addition! of' vised all those whose business is j '. c/c. Telegraph. tfchg
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( MiRpiiKirnrnrr
Glisson; four sons, Albert, Prayer I '
Meeting
VedI
Isadore. and Leslie all ; cost $165,641.000 and will be designed the new facility in Starke to the each not urgent to stay off the highways ];: \%'. t'Ru n <.. M"ri., ph gnoFOU IIU'BBn. STAMPS made to ordar
GROWER Raymond. to deliver a potential capacity I nesday. 8 p.m II. HIott.. dat, rs, numberer.s.
| : list of 124 Blue Cross Hospitals pas- until the smoke dears. noiarv .eaha.
of Starke; two sisters ;Mrs. Sadie SALE-New 8 I: g x: 16 Concrete -I fij.-siniile stamps Bradford
; million cubic feet tor. County
i i of 550 diilyj I j now serving the people of Florida. i| Those drivers who have togo block. 19 Cement $1.50 TeIerphrz. _
Murrhee and Mrs. Leila Boree, which 'I per bag. Mortar Mix Jl.ttO tf
j'to cities along its route, per
Are jou" follow ing th example Loth of Jacksonville\ ; a brother'!; | | In joining forces with Blue ling. Hradfonl Engineering Co.nh.no 1'10 OS SA'LVr.KEY.; .
in the Rio Grande Valley of! I
of jour* friend* and neighbors Eldry Glisson of Staike; and seven starts | Cross the hospital agrees in a Vote For 94. SUrke._tf STOXE 5TATR RANK F.Y.
.Texas and ends in Miami. i I i SThXE 1I.EltII'rs. .
at legal contract to give the best in A WATKINS a-i.A. idEM.I
I'ulpwood grandchildren.I KOfTE IS OPEN in mm FDtl'.
and selling jour The will be moved at SOt'I III Hradford I
gas County. Many nearby
? : hospital care to the Blue Cross H. A. LAWSON v
the new Hradford Woodlot I parents were the late WIIj pounds per square inch pressure dcitlcr now tkine $7D to $100
I 'I j subscriber on the basis of theholder's p'r week. This is one of the beitrmitf
If you're not you are mKsingout I j liam h and Elizabeth Crosby Glis-,I I and cut down to 100 psi in a lj j identification card. This In the Staff Can you Qualify : BILL SOTO

of ready rash son. station for transfer to, for this one* Why not write
on a source ; reducing means the hospital will bill Blue Th.J.. It WatkinCo 659 W. i SIGN SHOP

that should not If overlooked.We I Funeral services were held in:' the City of Starke mains. Cross directly for the cost of care f For SHERIFF Peachtree Ht. N K: Atlanta Ga. I

the e\Vitt C. at 2p.m. The Council resolution Monday : i1Ifr 4tchK 3/20 One Mile South
pay cash "on the spot j" Jones Chapel j j j : rendered to the subscribers of thisprepayment I.- I On

and the' most modern facilities I Wednesday\ with Rev. Rollins, approved the engineers' report, I program. Blue Cross -. ,,. HE BELIEVES IN A PUBLIC I.I I I Large Farm, Ranch Keystone Highway

foi unloading are at your I Jones of Gainesville officiating. j approved the signing of supply in turn pays the hospital for the OFFICE AS AN OFFICE FOR I Timber Loans I Phone 178-L

I i Interment followed in the family contracts with the pipeline inter- contracted care rendered the sub- ALL THE PEOPLE I Ir
I All
disposal. i plot in Kingsley Lake Cemetery. !j ji ests. subject to the engineers' approval -! scriber with many hospital charges FOR The People LOW INTEREST !! Types Signs

CONTACTEdwinW.Peck: II i I Active pallbearers were Joe I It and authorized City Attorney teing paid in full regardless of : I JERRY O. GAY GESl'IS" INDIA

I I t Griffis, Zebe Harris. Zennias Grif- A. J. Thomas Jr. to entl'rthe cost.The OF The People I INSURANCE SERVICE I BLOOMING AZALEAS fo'ORYo.'iA

frs. and Klgie Coleman. City as a petitioner in theFederal administrator explained that I Plants tOe to 1500
; And BY The People Phone 371-J 1227 E. Call
Power Commission hear- : the hospital's interest in Blue g II I Greatly Reduced Prices

i Cross stems from its desire I I un loth 25 i to 100
IT.V KXI'KESSES; THANKS ; ings. to i iI I Azaleas, since J*'lI

''it ... Petitioner help provide a means for the NE
) public (I'd. J'ol.dq HATEMAN; |I [ AZALEA
OR C F
Mrs. H. A. Lawson j jot LOW COST
president
i City Clerk Carl Johns explain.Jthat ]j to budget the cost of hospital GARDEN AND NURSERY

Phone iTl-i the High School I'TA, wishes the action places Starke in care. It is obvious, he says that I PAULINE KAHI.EHOCSEKEEPEI('('IAiNs:

to thank all who contributed in i':j the same position that an indiI 'I the patient who is able to go toI ELECT Liability Insurance p ti 11", ( 16K Idtl"I'.n: FiaW
I I
l P 0. Box 120-Starke\ Fla.I any way to the success of the I vidiial signer of a petition would the hospital for care without con I ASTJoIJ' Pr-fP-

meals served in the cafeteria and I I II occupy in an ordinary legal proI I cern as to where the money is Contact Us Concerning the t-ettlrd flr.-n t White" F lady Wlth.u 'hol( I

the concessions stands during the I reeding joining the city's name 1' coming from to meet expenses is NEW INSURANCE LAW KllIgIf'Y J. k.-.new-land.Stark.Fla lit. I

l.iistnct Five Band Festival on"Ia..h with other Florida communities ,, in a much better position to make 4bd. FLOYDCOUNTY WIGGINS I :I> I'II I
17 Mrs. Lawson : I No :Membership Fees
that I
iiiiir says that have agreed to purchase ,j rapid return to health than a patient -

I there were too many involved to j I power from the new utility. i j jHe weighed down with money I BEST RATES IN TOWN Ut.TOCt HKH.IITS
thank individually but "T.UtKK. Fl.OItlUl
I everyone 'i I said that these committ-j I worries. I f fi Months Policies
I that the I'TA is grateful to all for than 572,000 Floridians '\ew I.r,* twd
ments are needed by the two ;( were us- I _. room ....-rr
their loyal support. j companies planning to construct 1 At the beginning of 1956. more I COMMISSIONER Doyle E. CONNER : and"a kilrhe., hard .dr.l."od floor board, tiled baSh

1 i the pipeline to prove to the federal mg Blue Cross protection against healer. "''. taut miter fcealeT
SINCIMi t'OMKNTIO.N: : ] DIST 5 CountyAtLargeA INSURANCE AGENCY Lithea "k"M1" faa. .
hospital bilLs. while than I "
more port
that there is sufficient i- I aid
I agency a Phone 2S5 utility r..ai.
I
136 W. Call crounda
laadnraped.
;; SPECIALU; The Bradford-Union demand for natural gas inthe 495.000 were protected by Blue ,, pa.ed aired and rll, ullllll .
Singingont'ention Vote For Is A Vote U.....
j jI to be sen"iced.The I I Shield, the companion plan which Wiggins pa)1ue15 to ,,??. ,|O),
.. will meet Sunday. Apr. i area flu' t"
.. I l'ill: KKXT-FurnnliH.l tw<, 'W-I nonrterHB .230.0O. I:,,,
lI
f" 1, at 2-30 p.m. with the First FPC hearings are now in | helps pay surgical. medical and I .I mini, h"u-.-. ni'Mltrn '.ct.nverii'ii. i refrlceralor.. eler. range \.",

v4AAA kk Christian Church in Starke ;. progress and a federal goaheadIc i|i maternity expenses. :, For A More Progressive .__I..h"n.\.ilullMrs."_,_.. ...h..fl..,,.... A U1U'. .-K..Saul.. 6I3:! "..\...f"1"a... | meat blind. If like desired rent.Florida M" -d pa-

Everyone interested in gospel sing- ; expected soon. Monday having I, .1
No School
OF THE WEEK m is urged to, a'tend. been the deadline for the filing |! Today Bradford 1'11''.. Realty Co.
County
')f all intervention petitions. j' I I Of
and Starke
Today n..xtIondav official
are IX a. farm, .raall .ou.e. tltiu fret
I "
The Oil companies have stated I I I on .ed bifth .... mile U.up .\.dr..,,..
school holidays in Bradford pa a> Iron w. H
2 DAYS ONLY I ( APAHLE CONSERVATIVE SCHlI.
that gas will be ready for delivery CONSCIENTIOUSPd. < lit I.lnilfx. tbfttrart up to I A1.. Ikomaa)
W.S JOHNS | County. ( J'ol.d\.) ilalr. I'rlrr K: IMMMMI. 1rrn.
Friday and Saturday in this area within "less / The Board of Education three I I J.V Tempi .%,,. ,'...,,, asa

"Sa' t than a \'ear" of final government j -)i) n fnrni. larer xubMiinlialb I burke, Florida
appru\'ai. i i weeks ago set the Friday before ..u..... frrlllr ran >., mile from ;
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,, I and the Monday following Easter liatrd bl"b..a>. Tohan-u allulinrnt. i
"In Co:Ls Business" I'rlrr "1. | F'.U HE;;T-FulrllI" ,
1953 Chevrolet DOESN'T I j muni. Trrino. r
A DOLLAR DO for the schools' annual I
Sunday I "I.] "pmK With kit .
The Council resolution 'l.pn ,Ir. .t'
AS MUCH AS IT USED also empowered j' Easter vacation. 'J ;; to workuiK lad> .\ .,? '. .
2 DOOR JI the Mayor and City Clerk Ito I We Have FLORIDA REALTY CO. fr.m _'hriJ TO BUT THEN: MOST
cZ
..::J.. I sign firm contracts with the having taken the final step. is Of Starke 41 t I.,: I

FOLKS DON'T DO AS Oil group when they are now definitely in the business I FUR SAJ.z- la"n ,.
$995.00 pre- gas It.u>' An4m... W. B. S w l.. |f..n : ',
MUCH FOR A DOLLAR. j bedrooms. on- "at., ,
sented. as a public utility. [ A. J. Thcaaa I I I large lot. >.-.. quallf: ; ,

Johns stated that definite plan? He said that the bond issue j 322 Trmplr Ate., Florid Irlrphos 383siarkr. ms TOMS Pay "'I',',,dig' ,".d ,K.

1953 Chevrolet have not been crystallized for the and the start of construction now j I O\'r,. payment I') al..nlv. ./" ,.!.. ,. .
__ !! I'h.n. 43t .
actual issuance of the revenue wait only I for official FPC certification ANTKI>-Tra- tor' w rk most any hI'
9 : .. I
NEW MECURYSW Kind hy the hour J II"hlt. 'IU.

1 DOOR bonds but said that the City of the pipeline pian I. Kt 2. 5tark 2tp 3/30 : farm SELL with OR one g-r.TRAI.K.'.i, :h I"'.,." "

WAXTri Kiflto 37..I. from Jao'k-I one 5-rofim hou- l.Ki.- .
WE NEED TO SELL MORE: NEW >>.'inx-ill, duly 7 am. 4 30 pm. for Fr.jni.. >.ti ii.ithA _
$995.00Others ONESIN Maim1'arlK. H'.x .. I R. "'arter. Ht 2 l.v i "
-tt 24. ;":I..y.
THE SECRET
HERE'S :: ORDER TO GET; A CASH BONUS F,., 2tp i-30 'I I :

FROM: TilE MERCTRY; FACTORY FOR IE\'T-SlJt r .-,:" unfurnito..d ; AI\IAM.\; ,'l'r I.I .. I ,
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Visit our Show Room and POWER MOWER F(>r: SALK-Westinghouse ElectricIa.gf. ,' tii \..
Iiihtly u'*-d. $329 50 1'.1\: '''11I:11 \
see the Complete Line of ft4 I \HII.HSfiQ.! Slad Ca.. r" Iti-hg "' \ If'l:
HAS NO WHEELS ,
Beautiful Motoramic Chevrolets THE FIRST 4 WILL BE E JI'TTJIC: urUR "I;"\I. t
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I LOWEST ( If ..
You'll I.. committing driving '.,1: lKXT-Furn.: : hou.Eler.: j \lH.t:
for ;;6. \ self-propell : ri l>f ij.i.; lunsai.d Tliila' IftI.P .
sins if )ou aren't surf that )ou 1 I'rir. Martin's Fruit rANTJ1,1.F:
ed roller drive. Glides : men 1 crill man ,
-()('I{ SERVICE: are Retting th> \ery Ix-st automobile .,' ;-, Sri p.' lip ;iI I waitrtM-, I ra-nit-r.FEM i ., \j..

PAYS DIVIDENDS" !ot'n i<.... Call on us I \ t. ,. on Skid-pan.scalp lawn.Fingertip Cannot SOLD AT DEALER'S COSTSee Flt.\\TIIIl'ot: : OPI'ORTl'MTV I P"''-ai ok'h._(loluredi NV'A k .", .


voon. forward-stop- Reverse. 1 FOPk STARKKlipro FIVE ROTiM unfurni!.h. ,i ., -.

Leaf Matcher available. A new jour OMB t'rmr-rttt ('urn. .rent.d and one tl.re r-.rr <."
RATLIFFCHEVROLET Mnailua Rurxrr. lad ". .... apartn.n' 5.51" M -
kind of power mower. .' : aid Thoma.s. S25 N Temp.--. .
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TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY Us item In Florida. Write Freeze.Kile opera- i'

CO. swyicf STATION Today. of :.North Florida. Rot 3M. |'I CHATTA-(oo1A and ..r 1"x. .
lloole 5. Orlaado Kia. Sip "'Ii Tenn .
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. HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.I McGRIFF MERCURY I S F. Beard. Phone 2v" J I .- ,..
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TEMfUAVLUA FLA. Phone 447 .
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POPULAR Suggest Nitrogen Remembers Cotton good cover crops." I! hard I
Planting Days I Do-It-oursell job, he admits ior there i

POSTMASTER Lime For Pasture I! were about 1,000 bolt used tj !!

r Henry Lawson used the Dunn hold the 28 plates togethei I
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Your grass pastures may ne(' / -0' 't fertilizer spreader to fertilize Silo On Orr FarmT He bought the silo f: ")m :h\ +' !

!- ... 'spring cleaning" to provide earl; ( the Pensacola. Bahia giass hough: Dalrl' l located .-,. ,th of .

_. <- --- -ea.son grazing, according Brad J'I ( his Daddy has planted in hiS pe- Stark.had it dismantled ar:lhruught :

.. t.ini County Agent Georg T t = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH :: can grove to his farm. whi< h :-= the f

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II uI'1:11'."'. place ; 'at-M
I Huggins revealed this tree,k Soil Conservation .: ,' H! wnlee Road. I IL
\ _-L Jack Jones V. R. Feigus.- led Fa
,' McCloud of the Fl< I IEi t \ '
I n. Daiell N-E-W-S hex Green the : OP settled heie .-et \,'! n
used Dis-tru'
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n.. Agricultural Experiment sl!.' .. ,;.is.th his son T :In. t
IS}' Hill lla.i> s.-etlt'r cultipacker to plant Rihii .
,u, has recommended thei.il !' ..; :: ', the! dairy biismen.-. and
Soil Conservation grass Jones and Green used Indigo
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? either by close mowing with ., .. -.." .v.l! he part (Ii the ec' -niu;'
: their Bahia, and th ,
1 numing, off of last season's balu. t'''!Ipll.t r soil and eater ('on1 : also! used the District's f.-r il.sui ft: .: -.:.lr ; were disrupted whtvis .-'

pall <)U, or termuda gras Ir.n ," \ .1 I IIn farm plans were re- i i spreader on their pasture T .'. '. i ailed into: senuo; 11'

'.in giowth iri\eii I for Lex Green Floyd Wig- ;i '* :n the Air Corp,; *,'nirj

\. The next step with grass |1"- \ Rin.s and tester Kite. Included ,': .s and near Japan and I v ''

,"', is early spring fertihz.itMn! .' dJ in the farm plan is a soil and l ( Don Champion Farm froi.-1.--' : ut f->r another \'.\v.in :'

r !i'ri a basic application of ,i! ,,tiRI -'" c' capability map showing the different -j I for Bradford County state, tnr 1'kF : .1:'::1,?-..:: he is living: ..1,0V -'"'

u ist 400 pounds per acre of a- types of soil on the farm 'as far as he knows J. T fret ifj : .\ O: r says he is-n i >n.'.

Ss! commercial fertilizer 01 I I a land-use map showing the fields j! is the Only one in Dradfmd C..ur
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i Like. Sapp1" .\ is !lu ant sell I
enough make i
1' fL equivalent in March for pasture:* S ( to a and the types of that will i ty using a selective \'upprnI'. i ,1I tne finest rehht-1-!
crops
..e.u.s' uiing; ng'n Mduh 11..1; K" "I u 1 Its a bitter pill for the i I :: -!
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ihout dover Additional nitrogen t. ; tern and the latest gum !tarmiuu '. '' .' .
J J'ta shown in front of the little farmer Lots planted in those fields and I. that the t .1'.> ,rv-:
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utn be added later in theJuggms ? i logcabm he are : job sheets which suggest and explain equipment Selective cupping; .i .., world.Vindow ."
[ torn
was in many leaving the farm and that doesn'tlook i the
lImm'I' the different methods of masking of trees fm .ii <. -
I years ago, son of )r1'. and Mrs [ npht.
L > saul that summer ni'mgen -I! Hemy Sapp. The cabin locatedon I applying the lopping practices !:lective i thinning.:: Instead( 01[ :e-
The Sapps haw 13 children, all the marked \
fertilization provides forage farm best suited for field. moving tree thein Cleaning
a now owned by his sons of them each
M1'Ol't'LAR : as needed as grasses such a Felix was built by Jake's father, :. livingas follows: turpentined or 5 years and I thut -", Store'i Offices Homes
Three sons. Felix Kldon. and' ..' By doing this the valet;
Coastal Bermuda
will give economical Outside
and it is still in excellent sands I came up on Eldon Sapp and Only 30c up
"J. C. ; and ten daughters. Mrs.Raleigh of the trees is doubled. This aiealocated L ORB
production with extremely'jUon.; Tulle Norman planting com theother SHOWS HIS SILO Reasonable TricesW.
T B Truty ., Conner, Mis LeRoy Nor- just south of Law
: heavy nitrogen application. A popular and wellknownI '' I d.ty. Of course the talk got ley on tu \.Mtor: who I u, IIgl! i uiitins S. AGNEW5M
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PINHOLSTEK, Brooke postmaster I man, Mrs I'. D. Reddish, Mrs. ;I Highhway; 301, will be used for
n>i the past 12: years, Recent research he stated,,. I I farmer. Jake is now retired and I|: [ Bill] THley. Mrs. Carlton Chas- : around to soil builders and improving | demonstration purposes him On puttlnIIj'; ( t the 1 I.. i i' 9 E:. Krovvnlee St. Starke

the shows that the ceiling on forageproduction I !living with his wife, the former mips. Eldon leaned bark in structure ill! b\ nimsei On
poses in doorway of the I tam.. all from this area and Mrs ,
Brook postoffice Son of A. J. j! is much higher than i''I Vicie Norman daughter of the Huhard Hay, Mrs. S K.: Reyes :against the traitor wheel and lemaiked had some help in putting .n the

Jack" Pinhol&tei a ( was formerly thought and actually I J late Mr and Mrs I. N Norman, ;butt of Jacksonville. Mrs.for I "that good kind of crotalaria : Maivin Hosier used the Dsatriet's foundation for the 900 mishe1!I !

Baptist preacher, Truby.ountr,1 f, increases when large i in Starke. sran Heath Fort Lauderdale Mrs ,I is the best cover crop i j! lotocyde mower to mow capacity silo but otherwise h, dio

horn and reared on a farm onHighwav amounts of nitrogen are applied I Mrs. Sapp nodded her head toward i Victor Berry, Dillon. S C. and have planted. I don't worry his pastures Hy mowing the old ,', the job himself usms a w: ft*

: 18 just outside of the I Huggins also suggested that i' [ her husband and an affectionate -, Mr*. nt''I'Warren.. St.itesboioIGa about plowing too deep because I : grass and weeds down it give--; pole and a black and ta.-kl. :tI

Brooker city limits. He taught I might be a good idea to add I i smile wreathed herpleasant j hate a i 1:00,1 deep top soil now the new grass loom to get out hoist the SO !Ih gah.inizoi! Plate I

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has not been done for several j I 'He's never had a sick day in1
served four years on the County --
years. He stated that a soil bed in all the 51 years we've been
S hotel Board, and a term as I'
test, which can be obtained fre manied."
Hi ad fold County representative I
through his office will give definite Jake waied at a stand of good-
in the State Legislature.
information on lime needs. I| sized pine trees near the cabin :
Tiubv: who is 63 laughs as he (
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1. ,'alls his experience in the legis-l "Years ago we had all that .
lature'I tin................... planted in cotton Back in thosti A taste 'Of hospitalityIEti.s

; days we cleared land by cutting
served along with Major E.|
S Matthews Bradford Countyhad I PINE LEVEL down the timber, and then toted

the logs out on hand sticks".
two representatives then -j
He continued: "Back then the
and I well remember Charlie >>> .\In II.1.: :MilCue
(I woman didn't RO to Starke but
Register representative from
I f AAAAAAAAALAAAAAAA once a year, and then she got
Union County, who was famous
for his "bed ticking britches." Rev. and Mrs 0. J. Raulersonof i supplies to last a long time for ti.
such as a bolt of homespun.
Tnibv lives with his brother Jacksonville visited the H. M. ;i :

John W. Pmholster. who operatesa McRaes last Saturday. Sundayvisitors 'I! calico or gingham, and a 100-lb. the taste America prefers. ...

store in Brooker.11Month at the McRae home were | bag of sugar arm rice.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hall of Wal- "Today it takes four or five

Registration I do, Mrs. Sue Myrick, and Mrs. I times as much money to buy I the distinctive bracing taste of Coca-Cola unchanged through

I Robert Myrick and children of I what the farmer needs but still ,

Period Seen For CityI Starke. I


Starke voters may soon be ableto C.Mrs.Conner H. H.and Lewis daughter and Mis.Yvonne\V POLITICAL 70 years. Its bright goodness has never been matched. That's why people buy

register for city elections during in
were shopping Gainesville one

11 months of the year. day last week and were dinner ,i I ANNOUNCEMENTS. I II I Coca-Cola than all other soft drinks
City Clerk Carl Johns suggested guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M '! 1 more nationally-known combined.

to the Council recently Thomas and family of Brooker. I|I nut nll'T\' roM>II.MO\KK

that the present onemonthlegistration We are sorry to hear that W.I I !)IT. TIIHUi: (M). STtltKK)

period eliminated, T. Crosby is back in Jackson-,1|' I If leuoU., 1 pledge an Impartial
making it easier for people presently ville hospital again. Hope he will badailnistrxti"n ..e t'ounUI '

vacationing or out of town soon be able to return home. I IWe |lull affairs Tax and<.i must County-witlr l>e bw, lollt'r-erI">' !)

101 other reasons when the roll I! ....lIa.' |>l. -.lll xpl-llt I'll ,,"1.11.
had a attendance at
good '.
are opened to register. | health, hiisiitiliz.ilion and ( >uri
Sunday School and Church last i \\ nl> licauiificatiun Jo'"r r"-1I11-
The Council referred the mat- I It"lII"ur niuiirxotf.. .nut uip| ?it I er II >r a _
Sunday. the visitor
Among many:
'et to the City Attorney for a JisK.:. Nf\\ x"nir for 'mint" )' >''-ti (F)': N
were Mr and :Mrs. Lavon Alvarez itiisiiMii Thank yu.
legal Opinion before taking action. and little daughter of Orlando. I IThi'Y JI':-:Si: K xt\\':;")II: \ r

The Registration books are cur- :: A SECRET BLEND of nature's fi
wt're'isiting his parentsMr. '
tenth officially opened for a and Mrs O. R. Alvarez. HHt IIM1 ( OMMIsMdM ; Yx -' > < K, F finest refreshers gives Coke that
period of only one month each 111* !'. O\ I: 41. \It i'it li a

year that immediately proceeding Rev Fred Messarea of Trinity the t!|i 1 wh tu announce my oamlnl. ) special something the whole
College Clearwater brought
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|IG" .Vunty Cummusiunrr DIM I.M.i 11'
regular pre-election registration Message at the evening serviceThat's Il.awiey> to bt- \uteJ uii count> ,i' world loves. Coca-Cola is the
deadlines i UI-KV. 1 am 24 year old bun ,..i.i l
li.-.u.d in Bradford County, und -o[, quality drink-pure, wholesome,
,'i-i.itr lilY aura fa 1'11I. I tt>hc\i. in
for the J 01 1 1ur refreshing.
tt< itint; inure tuuntv "
Our Business without additional taxes and
iiitilgimy l rffurts. toward th.u
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0 If It's Glass We Have It! i I' < ,"I. if rlti. lyd' Your tuleand at!1\ < p..
| -ii|>puit in tt&t.tay primaries \\ :di
j CALL WRITE or VISIT i .. iratl). nppreciutrd.Sincerely 7dY'a
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/ Joe Peters Glass Co. IIAKOLU K .NUitMA.N d9 f )

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FOR ANY GLASS NEED lilt \I KOIII> i Ul VI \ ; ;'.HaA, :"t'ix'

We Design Modern Store Fronts i in ,l.by aiinouiiie my ,',,11<1,<.1.1 ti C :F8 A. .+ :.qk I I 9
e i M -rlr.uu1( ai Sheriff of |:r.td
Just Mail Us A Pattern for I I ,J I'otuity, "uhJ"et to tilt 1)11I" a s

Table Tops i"in, 1'I ilnarlrs 111 May. Ila\ini }'y/.s. ?)/i"ii:+,;:}.w rw.pc. : Jr, .
I iiiihtullv charBfd the duties it
1313: N 11'. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-435.3 ,h. otur tu the best of my ability .. .
it" ,. .b."wing 1 jour Sheriff, I prutu- hi8 sta u ; art, : ,.;:;;, .': ;:
.-. a ic-deiled, to conduit the a!'. ( ., ; ? +F
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' ,,11- "t the office in a fair and nni "C a5 'y ;
,: -. -. -- --::. .- _.- } i .' t.1,: manner '
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-i i r frtim Lti'trttt line <41t\\ tfV > .ter
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n -tixuiK a> ihairinan of tin
C I!" ml I it nil f....l I that in)' past eM"in '- '
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nit i -. ?f the office in a capaolein 4 A .'. a. '
I'ihr. ,Y'r't'z'd
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i poi turth III) liri t-fforti for th. :'::0;
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ur t-tte and suppoit. will !,.. .itr)
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Month Stark**) I am now
,,'tuna as ihairniin uf the Imaul.mil .
RCA Victor 17-inch Thrif.cn.; Lowest it >"ii (pIP'T u..' with r.-.cl-1- JW...
n.11 t. this important of Cue I uilii.nniiue "
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priced RCA Victor TV! Cabinet 37 a .
to render tlifery l b. "tsi
smaHer than previous table models-fiti '1\ ii'*. of uhih I am eapable! I,>
nix distrut and the county at larg..
close to wall! "Hidden Panel" Tuning con \ Notand
"nr adlu""rt will A
ceals controls on top. New Balanced l I... ai>pi <.> 'ati'il ....

Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollarcu:),d_ j i: mtuiv.vI S > I j .2 xA

stand, extra. Model 1756022. *""* 'lilt (01 Nit OMMIH..IIIM:IInioi.

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t l 11'1I1altt'I'IIIIr.tn., ', ,in )t..)' I \\ ..in .mil iraretl in irr.iitforrt County
ui.! if rlrtlfd. I'kdsr l.. tarry 'r''' ,Cities of thb office with hal
TV .' t siin..>rit>. and fairne to all 4 4 1Th f/
1 n tote and a. tiuiiport \\I!
,, ,. iM\1 apprf*-i..trd. e 2 CONVENIENT SIZESto
C. 1-' nub) OAltTKI: ? x

Dolt 4 01 '1'Jt IK.I: 1 fit every occasion

I All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates I -L. itteen-.f Bradford CountyI --r
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Fully Equipped ... DependableAll I am a candidate. for re-election 1
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i- .ur 'unt> JuJse in the May t King-size
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',nrelection.
li Having no outtiusinrss I
Makes and Models -"t.! interests.. I can con-
t'ni.r. :.i dr1 ute m>' full time to the Standard Size
.lui.s ..f the office. I have given
.h.' !pr -i>!e of Bradford County three
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD I t. irs... ot impartial fair, efficient '
sited 'ur'eous ser\ur.; have streamin -
.I and modernized the office for BOTTLED UNDER
--.t..r effitient.and have kept it AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COL.1 COMPANY BY
J TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone i" .I. daring regular hours to serve
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I. pie. THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
239 Starke, Fla 1'a' -k -election upon my record
'>?!ute honesty, fairness im-
....1'alld' proven ability. Tour ,
i OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY \ ...rI.1111.p..rt I will bv greatly apt '
, @ 1956, THE COCA-CO COMPANY
.1 < __ .. _. h ? i' .,. ''r"! "Cot" .k a r+end tred.....:.

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4 FAMILIES WILL HAVE A WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT I(

t HOSPITAL BILL THIS YEAR YOUR NEW BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL! !:I,

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Make Your Hospital Stay Safe and Pleasant. !

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BLUE CROSS Not Only Helps Pay For Hospital Room Hospitals Must Also Pay For The Latest Equipmentand

Board, But Also Gives Very Broad Coverage on the To Bring You The Latest Methods In Treatment. ''i'iI

I Other Hospital Services (Such as Use of Operating Room, And Think Of The Expense Of Around The Clock ::

I Oxygen, Routine Drugs, Dressings, etc.) That Account Operation, Fully Staffed For Any Emergency. I

! For The Biggest Part Of Most Hospital Bills. ,I

Remember, Your Hospital Is A Non-Profit Organization ;:I!,:
Its Sole Purpose Is To Serve You In The Time Of '
31 Days of Coverage A Year For Each Person Protected
Need. A Part Of This Service '
Is The Hospital I Sponsorship :,
By The Contract. ,
Of Florida Blue Cross As A Means For You To '

I Budget Hospital Expenses. I"
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''III BLUE SHIELD Pays Your Doctor According To A I'F',
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' tal, Home, or Doctor's Office. It Also Helps Pay For Health Care. ,1
'II\ Maternity Care, In-Hospital Medical Care, As Well As

II I X-Ray, Anesthesiology and Pathology, etc. If You Work Where There Are 5 Or More Employees 1111+

Ask Your Employer About Starting A Blue Cross-Blue Ii'

!: HOSPITALS SPONSOR BLUE CROSS. DOCTORS Shield Group. Or Write To Blue Cross For Information 1\1\'I,
About Individual Or Protection. I Ii!
SPONSOR BLUE SHIELD AS PREPAYMENT PRO- Family I.!:,:

GRAMS TO HELP YOU MEET THE COST OF r::

HEALTH CARE. BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD I'';'

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PROTECTION FOR YOU, MAIL THIS COUPON !
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FOR HOSPITAL I CARE '4 Please send me complete information cbovt the Blue Cross and llu i',i'!!
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Described as one of the most modern in Florida, the new ; j,

S.llJJ8.111radford County Hospital was opened to the public I, !I.

this week. It has accommodations for 27 patients and is built i i

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tvyyvycvvvvyy' i!, family. h rch-I last Friday night Mar. -, - -- ---- ---- -- --- --

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hinson and I 23. with a miscellaneous shower ceasedHoilis tat. of Ora.. I: SIIIii.! d.-t rrobalr.In once each week; f r f r nsso .- J
Ke: Estate of KoSETTA! Wll.l.IAMS .- tie week In the irj: :r-rj I
i family had Mrs. Hinson's nephew, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pel- KEYSTONE I, V Knl ht.i (I X. l>0':"4 ,ed.NOfK'r Telegraph. 'II'Y I

I Ellie Bowers as a dinner guest I lum. recently married. Those HIGHLIGHTS i Attoin.-y : 2 H 4 IJ All creditorof: 10 4KKIII10KS the eslat-- ',' ( It i!' >i '!. SE\1.i'.' ''!. y., 1- V'OFFICIAL

Friday evening. Mr. Bowers left attending were Mesdames Lyle >.OTHK IM'KMIOV: % TOHi It,.,..lta \\ lliam'on. ded.a>..,!. a:,- "'i
II, Mrs. I). E. 11111 early this week to return to service -I Schmehls, Buford Higginbotham. I I, By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 I Notice' :( -lKH if hereby FHTIIIOI given. that' %'nI theundersigned j any hereby claims notified or demands and required whit h t,)th fle:) By Ma-ar.! I. r ..' > : : ('.. ->.

in the Navy after teing homQlea'e Raymond Kilgore.! D. B. Griffis I ; under the provisionof -; lay. against said estate 1" the

.. ..... &&&&&& j On for the last two weeks. V. B. Coleman and Miss Dl'b1ioi : I'TA Panel DiMus'4on.tttriwt. ,' Walrath's son-in-law and daugh., Acts Chapter of l1U! L'O.iTi.1.will register Laws of with Florida.the I off f"rdvunt lie of the., Florida county judge In the of l'llrail-,:,: P.I ,[--:?[ :-: *' 'M.-l:::..

I Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Barnes and | Phillips, Shirley Higginbotham I .. Large/: Audience ,: ter. Mr and Mrs. Robert Bowles,. : Clerk of the Circuit Court in and I h"use at $" tark' Florida vvitht;
Mr and Mrs. G. W. Saxon cele- i family have moved from the Evelyn Coleman Jo Ann Parrish. : Tuesday evening in spite of Mrs. Jack Haberstroh for, I'.radford County. State of Florida -I eight lalrtidar months fnm tb'!
was a L upon receipt of proof of publication date ,.f the tirst .
publication
1)1 at..l both their birthdays with I Claude May house on the eastside I Jewel Higginbothham and Grace the cold weather, and "The $61- i I' happy lady on her birthday whict I of this notice, the fictitious I null..... Each claim or demand f mu-th '- Wash Your Clothes
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i dinner at their home Sunday of town to the Hardy house. Hairis. The couple received a 000 Question," a large number of was March 16. Her husband tool;; j I i are i.ame engaged of Trail in I"I'I business under which(,n 1'.we S. I place be in uf writing and must state th,-

:Mun-h :25. Gut'stsWle Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Deaver and good many attractive: and useful people came to hear eminent I her out to dinner after which I i Highway ;:i'l. North. Law-ley. FlrI of residence the claimant: and and puMoffueaddress must besworii t II IFor' ..

Mis BY. Saxon. Mrs. Kllen daughter have moved into the I I gifts. Refreshments were served authhonties speak on "Cooperating they called on their friends, Mr. .I Ida.That the owners of vaiil businessare I' h.- to I., tini. !Liimant.,. .. ,his agent
Holland I"r .it.rii-j. : IT !Ti t"-i-o'ut-
Sax.m.V.. H. Griffin. May house. I at a late hour. for Mental Health" in a and Mrs. Charles Ross to fin'I, : Albert Sappenfield." anil Ruby V.-1 I ... : il.-of, 1 i 1Ul'V 40c I
Pavne< and Mr. and Mrs. GenQ I Irving Young. son of h's.1'1'-, I'm sorry but this is all of the panel-type discussion. that a surprise patty awaited th*I S.tppenfield.Florida.( lit. I. lox! :"S1*, Lawtev. \ ut t'. J.'ns.Mardi .

liiti. all of Hampton; Mrs. InejAltui na Young of Hampton and Myrtle I news which I had time to gatherfor i Mrs. H. L Morgan Jr. was birthday-lady. At the Ross honr," Iiateil tin" Ktli In <-f March. ,, 1.:. li-ii: 3; 1 16 4t 4 6 .

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ind Mrs. DIM Holiday ot Gaines Sunday. March 11. in Dalton next time. I want to explain Rev R. J. )'llCl ky. of the I gren. Mr. and Mrs. George Watson :3: 16 4t 4 6 ''llrt: 10 trrr.u e

111... f Ga.. where Mr. Young is em I to some people that some Episcopal Cathedral in Jackson from Virginia and anothei. I.. .'. j ID l'l..rld Clrroll, In('oarl( hnnrrrr.Magdalet.e Itradfurd. Coantf t tI
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IIiuarVilliarnsofl USX son of ployed. The couple are making of the news has been left out of ville. Rev McClosky said that in I Mrs. Ross from Jacksonville! '! l-'iir llriulford mil.v Juilurs(......,1' lloriilj.mrl In Vnd la C. H 'ikin. Plaintiff Vs. Will

Mi and Mis. Wiley Williamson, their home in Dalton. the papl'rhil'h is not my faultso religion we consider the child asa I There were also gifts and re. I'rohule.in I .I.itn s fl: 11 .pkinDefendant.Case Xo. I
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..'fl Tuesday for Norman, Okla., I!! John I'arker of Hampton was please do not feel too hard at I whole! and not as integrated i freshments. The Haberstroh'sdaughter '| fI.al: It..tx.- 1:I.-I"t... ",...IM.Ii of \\ .\I.TEI: : xiKr. >oilrr T.. Appear.. Dry Your Clothes

.ifti-r a leave spent here with his I treated in a Staike hospital for I me about it. I realize that thepaper 1 parts. and we try to educate the Marcia. was also pres-. i I MUM; OK t'lIl"; l'IllrI.I'Hlt: residmce T. j.i-.t."1,1 al i; >Iiss hopkins i I1-: Liiknn.You whose.
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''iinuly. He had previously been asthma for several days this' has to !limit their spaceSoniC I whole child. I ent at the party. i 'r.1,1., 11 WHOM% \i. Di IT"M\Y< n \iti.i Cd.vniIX.:: | are nvrxby. notified thai a For 20c

Rationed in San Diego Calif. i week. ; times i Mrs. J. R. Ritter of Green I Mrs. Ella Bird was the guestof ;1:011.: .. i is hereby given tint I hi\e |I I suit T'iv for< !'< ..

Wallace Collins is lecuperatingr ;I Mr. and Mis. Ed.vaid Saxon j Cove Springs, who is president honor at a birthday party on, fi it-ti of my the final estate 1 rctum-.,WAI.TKIS:i<%lininistra.tor : XIKDKI.MAX. \ -. I has been filed acalnsr you In th. lo :New Automatic Ilrlers'

home this wek with a broken j and daught'rho recently moved vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvI of Clay County P. T A., was the I Sunday, when all her friends and I ileceas.that I hal,. fiWdmy l'1bo\'t'you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy anti of
week a construction Eau Gallie spent last weekend second speaker. She reminded all 1"'lIli"lI for final 1 discharge, and I I vour
received last on to I members of her family gatheredto hat I III |I 1 answer or pleading to the complaint -
eg. LONG BRIDGE apply to the llonoralilcTheron I .
job in Gainesville. I I in Hampton with telatives. parents that the mental Healthof I help celebrate her 90th mile- I A. Yawn. J r., County Judge |I .1 I'-n.ild on the ib--i.:: Plaintiffs 1..",', "::"LI.i Attorney!. Tldg;
Christian Church will !i I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of i AND NEW RIVER I their children is basically their stone. The from 3:30to .t Bradford' County Floi Ida. on I i i Ja, ksfiivi!].' :' I": :.1.! !
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Hampton was j April '. li>::;6. for I
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:.eature an egg hunt for the chil |! Jacksonville visited last weekend |: I own responsibility. Love is tho 6 Sunday afternoon. Seventyfive I l siiinc and) for final di-. h.&i1.:.. :a- nl- ,[' the and Clerk file the of orrglvil the: ('r"I: in It n.Court office cn o-of TheVasheteria\
dren Fiiday afternoon. Match 30,1 i im in Hampton with his mother. Mrs !: )11'''. I;. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA.A prime factor. Love however must I people signed the guest-book I ininistratorf the ,"-i.it <.f \\ .\1.ITEI .-- ( beir- II.' "" i i .: Ap1 C
I I : XIKDELMAX. de.e.is..1 uthervvise( th>- a:.egat'.ons! of said
grounds from 2:30 T. F. Brown. be wisely directed. When parents Present the .March 16. 19",.
the church I for occasion were Complaint "' III! be t.iKeu. a a confessed rl'lIIpletC' Stark.llnInDW.
'.. 4 m. All mothers are also invited i Revival services at Hampton have failed they may 'pass thobuck" I her son. Dr. George L. Bird of > Administrator J. t>. p. I of t-: KS.I: This ri., :!, ;. i-
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to attend. I Baptist Church begin Easter Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gnggs o[ to other agencies and j: Syracuse University X. Y.. and \\'alh.r1..h'hll.III.' .' dec.! aveiiI :p -::: : : : :: : :;

Hampton Elementary PTA will April 1, with the Rev. Fred i Jacksonville were guest of Mr. many parents fail because they,I his son. Jon (Dr. Bird was once I .: i U ti 40'' -

meet Tuesday afternoon. April 3 Culler of High Point. N. C. ai and Mrs. Sei-ber Moody from Fri do not have long memories. Long I I the principal of Keystone Height's -.-...;:-,>---5----- -; ,- --:-." ..::-'___ _-_:_----__._;'_. ::':_- :"':j4 school audi I dauntil afternoon.I I recall their I I In 'I lie ( ounli Judern Sunday that is. to
it 3:15 p. m. at the evangelist. I enough. School i : Dr. D. Paul Bird of ;, K..r lirudfurd Count) Florida. In
torium. Parents are urged to at I Services will begin each nigh1.at Mr. and Mrs." Harold Shiver own childhoods. Lakeland and his family; a nephew -!i I'rnbale.

j 8 p. m.. and will continue each'II' and sons of Gainesville and Mr'j I County Health Nurse. Mrs. Lloyd Singley of Keystone |11ft IJAMStlX Ke: Estate, IV, ,'a..C...d I U iSKTT \ \\ H. OUTSIDE

tend.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Foisythe. T. night through both services on and Mrs. W. H. Andrews of Mertie LeClair, was then introduced and Mr. Singley's daughter Mrs.L. \0Ii( i: OF rHOIIflK:
Forsyth. and 8. sonville were weekend visitors of i by Mrs. Morgan. Mrs. Le- S. Hitchcock of T" AI.1. I'KKSOXS: 1 INTiiKSri= !: ; I i"t
K Forsyth. W. O. Sunday April J I Washington ;il.V Till KSTATKcF: !S.\ll > !1,1!:, '-
Ina Knight attended the I Mis. Nan Moody. Clait's advice was "Start Early!" D. C. Also Mrs. Bird's grandson. I EXT' :
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'ollie Griff funeral at Long ,...9.9..9..T.Y.YYY i Our sympathy goes out to Mrs. With mental health as with Paul Paul's parents. Mr. and .i,I wriit.-n V u aie iiistriiinrlit h> rely, 1..IIi..j,(plopoit' ; i t 'iL!nt I '.1, House PaintGUARANTEED

I Smith Johns of our community physical health. we must start in Mrs John Bird who are in Okinawa -|II., the Ii.-t Will and' Ti -1.0:t." i.' i ;
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\ visitors in Orlando MAXVILLE upon the death of her sister, Mrs. the Pre-Natal Clinic. Mrs. Le wete unable to attend. ;said urobate decedent this ha.s Court! < n Y.I.oln.if'; .1' h.i-.1(I

the James Croomes were Mr. Wealthy Beasley! of Lake City Clair has also discovered that Ladies who helped with the commanded within s\ iri>. with |
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tnd Mrs Arnold Haddock and last Wednesday. most emotional problems in children lefieshments were Mrs. Frank ]'I months publication from of the this date nt-! of t.tie..p'i"r fll't

-on. Guy. of Hampton.Mi Uy Mrs. C. B. Nolanr.irthday Mrs. Vernell Moody of Lakeland may be traced to poor eyesight Walrath Jr.. Mrs. D. O. Stewart I 'n this 1'111'1 and sh"\I'1

and Mrs. George Williams . spent Saturday night with poor hearing: or malnutrition Mrs. Margaret Tracy. and Mrs I I'you"iirt,can m admitting\\ II\' th,- said a.II"I'..! \\.11!!, t: l tln>n>-- (White Only)
i&&&&&& ...&&&&&&A&- Fronie Moody. '
vteie in Jacksonville Saturday, her mother, Mrs. I I Frank Walrath Sr. late shMild not stand 11I1 ft.\ "L> il.
visitors in Lawtry Sunday 1)ouhl.. Party Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Raulersonof Dr. W. L. Whitehurst State Mrs. U. L. Yost, of Johnstown. ioKKH'1 I I. SKM.l, Tbt r..n" \ Y.i\vn
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afternoon. I Mrs. J. C. Xolan'rnlertalnl'd I IIl"riday Jacksonville attended the Doling \\'- Director of Bureau of Mental Pa., recently visited her brother. .: It 4t 4 iiIII i QUARTS GALLONS
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Thrower and afteinoon Mar. 23 at her i toody wedding: at Long Health was introduced last by!I Lloyd Singley for about ten days.
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double birth- ; Bridge Sunday and visited their Mrs. Morgan.: He contended that She is the I'ur
of New York were overnight home heie with a cuirently touring sou- lirudfurd (omit j Florida. In
son guests of the J. W. Homes last day party honoring her daughter } sister Mrs. Emily Moody. "It is better to build boys thanto them part of the state including ) $1.39 $3.49

:weekend enroute to Cocoa Beach. Lana on her 10th birthday and I We are glad: to teport that little mend men!" He, too believedin Key %West after which she will i! FOR DGPENDAIII.E :

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill andlaughtf'rs son. Joey on his 5th birthday.: Wayne Gibson who has beenso the "stait early" method. and return to Keystone for a few I

{.pent last weekend in Games wete enjoyed throughout sick with rheumatic fever at stressed prevention rather tha" days more. I.;o'isiting lr.1!| :

>Bradenton with the Gene Clouse the afternoon after which the I Hope Haven, is feeling some better I cure. I Singley is his daughter. Mrs. L ; Termite ControlS

I II I children opened their gifts and and Obey: Moody of our community -' Following the meeting refreshments -' S. Hitchcock and her small son. |I 5 GALLONS FOR $16.69I
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rake and ice cream was ser\'t'd'i who has been sick several were served in the lunch- of Washington, D. C. S .t Commercial

I I Enjoying this occasion weeks. is better. room. Hostesses for the eveningwere i IYt Control ,

FILL DIRTGOOD I Nolan and the children were Mrs. Murlie Crews visited with Mrs. Kyle McMurtry. Mrs.E. I

Matilda and Sidney Higdon. Aleno : her son, Bobbie and wife of Jack- T- Martin, and Mrs. Lindsay inaml against the estate of Craw; :i I Gro\e Sprajlng
RICH Helen Sweat. Susie and I sonville from Sunday through Walker. 1'. Smith, deceased, are hereliy noti- Call }'It. 6-6035
and I' fieil and required to file their claim- I!
Clara Mae Harris Billy and Thursday of last week. Mrs. Fred Dodd Hostess in the office of the County Judge ]I
TOP SOILSee Godwin Mar-1 The farmers of our section had of Bradford County Florida in th. Florida Pest Control
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Bobby Nolan. Billy Monday afternoon, Mrs. County Court House at Starke. Flor( _..1
sha Lynn Harris Mary, Floyd all their crops killed from the Dodd entertained a number of ida within eIght r.ilendar month1-1,

I and Lloyd Kilgore Patty and Da- cold last week. Some had tobacco friends with a Stanley Party at i from tin "f the thi date notn of"..the or the nrM sain I'lIhl"-, \I" ,ill & Chemical Co. I ffBt1/L DERS' 8uPPLE;

vid Parrish and Sheri Silas. Mrs and peppers set that were killed her home. Mrs. Gordon Wads- txiotuivoid aivoidiiiK I In, 24 X. \V. 16th Ave.
BILL JACKSONJackson and all vegetables were a loss. This March !Iq. !I"-,'.
j Nolan was assisted in t'ntt'I'tain.j] worth of Hampton. was in chargeof I KKIsKCCA: SIMI'SOX;: (iaines\ilk, Florida I ti'A.LJt
Transfer Company ing by Mrs. Atthur \\ lkin.on. ] Wonder when Spring will gethere the party. A blindfolded-draw- ..Mi'-iIJa! Kv '1' \ ; i

Mrs Ed Harris and Mrs. Ralph | ? ing-contest was held and Mrs. '

Phone 165 I Emory Johns had bad lurk last I Fred Sat-her won first prize. :\lrs.1 .. ., .
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and Mis. Ll'sli.Sweat and;!'' \\"l'pk.'hen he was cranking his I George Schaeffer won .* : -- -- ..\ .
family visited with Mr. and Mrs. tractor it kkked and broke hi. j prize. Mrs. Dodd assisted by her ,

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRIGIDAIRE I:i Alfred; Sweat and family in Iar- ; 111.'e sure hop- htis able t. | daughter Romesa served deli-

,.enny Saturday afternoon i go ba k on the job soon cious iefreshments.Those i I AjftMflftS L., 4W 4-'.

Jessie and Wayne Parrish of I who enjoyed the after- -- .

.T.l 'ksm'ilIl''isilt'1; with Mr. and CTTTfTffTTTfTfTTffYYTTTjIIEILBRONN noon with the hostess and Mrs. 'J S 1 !> iII':
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THE NEST-KNOWN I Mrs. Leslie Swat and Mr am1.Mrs. I IB \\ were: Mrs. Robert' At '

Dan Parrish Sunday after : Drake. Mrs. N. W. HardenberghJ'
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HEATERSAIR i! as the guest of Misses June and tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHev. Fbi ence Cummings. Mrs. E. i!

CONDITIONERS I j Shirley Higginbotham.i John Pierce. former Kemman. Mrs. E. LaMoieauz. 1r
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WASHERS & DRYERSGet i and Mrs. George Johnson i! sionary of this district, was Miss Martha Schick Miss Elizabeth '1 I ; :: 4

I were guests< of M r. and Mrs. Doss j I speaker at the rhurrh last Sun : Allmendinger and Mr. andMrs. __

The Rest For Less I I I II Higginbotham Sunday. day morning. I Samuel Mueller and Mrs. -...- .

AtSmith's I j I Mr. and Mrs. Ben lligginbot- An egg hunt will be held at Geo. Schaeffer. i

ham and family had Sunday din-! the church Sunday afternoon at I It is also interesting: to notti :|

I ner with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham | 3: o'clock for the youngsters of that when your correspondent j

GarageF I anl family. | the community. Come and bring asked for the spelling of Iucl-

I Mrs. Rubve Harper represented your children and some eggs. ler," she found that it was not

R I G I I) A I R E the Maxville Home Demonstra-'I Mrs. S. F. Beard left Wednesday only LIKE the Macaroni and ; ''-

Sales and Service i tlOli Club at the woikshop meeting for Chrisfield! Mel. to'i..<;it Spaghetti products WAS thej;

held! at the Duval County ', her son. who is in the Navy. Sh-j manufacturer of those products! j : .LT
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\\> Service All Makes of 1 ('anningCentf'r in Jacksonville r,1 .will join Hev. Beard in Tennesseein I Last saturday. two little boys .

I:lwtrieaj .\1IIIlbnl'f'S60G Monday anti Tuesday. about a week while he is conducting had a real thrill. Jimmy and. \ ..

X. Tt'IUI'I"n Shower Honorim; a revival thereMr. Butch Fox went with their fath- i .

PHONE 120TfTTTTTTTTTfTfTTTTTTTTTT 'lr. and :\1.... Hay IVlluni an j I T' > "... Mm i Ii!,. I': ;i- Jacksonville visited the Ernie and Herbert Green. of Starke to

'Mill V 'Ii.! .' 1111.1| fl, Johns family last Sunday.Mr. Lakeland to see the Detroit Tigers -

_....--.: .____-__ and Mrs. Russell Redding beat the Chicago White SoxImagint' <

l v.sitedV.. T. Crosby in the hos- I the excitement when ,

;int.il! at Jacksonville Saturday I Butch recovered a foul ball and

ugnt. Mr. and Mrs. frank :-or-I' came home with autographs allover

1Illn'isltt'd him Sunday. j I it! Dutch had his catchers

Miss Sandra Carmichael visited j jh. I glove with him. and that alsg

r brother-in-law sister Mr.ir..l came home with autographs of

Mrs. M. Beach in members of both teams. So Butrh.

\ :h' last weekend. JaCkson-I is the Man-of-the-Hour at school \ .
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: and Mrs. Ancel Norman visited Goodson and his wife have been Tii< ''in -11) .> GO and flIP pI" "- uvtnt >/"/> .\
:Mrs. Doshia Prescott in Drook- enjoying a furlough with Sgt. ,

ci 1 one day last week. ,' Goodson"s parents. Mr. and Mrs. :{

Mrs Ruby Caynoe made a ] Jim Goodson of HIllcrest. Young i A Performance

business trip to Ocala Monday i Mrs. Goodson is seeing the U. S. '! Sensation. A Fashion First !

for the first time. She is a native ...
Miner TO %i'i'K\R |
a Clrenil ('.,u.t. KrailforU ('..ual,. j I |of Scotland, and she met
-" --' I'lorliln: In ( hnnrrrnn her husband in Iceland. They
\ .' .? iv i;ar''r.' IM.iintiff. v.sl'n I
II irolil tlailier. Defendant i had their honeymoon in Sweden. There's an all-new way to measure; 'There's the incredible smoothness
of Strato-
i'.i>e No.. lO-Hli !.I Prior to their to the U. S..
Which Trades At Koch's? trip
Triplet Vutlce To Appear \!:) automobile performance-and that's to Flight Hydra-Matic's: liquid coupling and the
'i 1 J.'ho llarolil Oarber. whose they were stationed in Copenhagen -
.:1\.I'e| ,. Kaldwin I'ark. .t'alifnr-j Denmark. They entered the measure it against Pontiac! instant, positive action of its gears.

Not the ones on the flanks ; it's the middle r MIS.-.OII i :iml, l>whose n\e, Itosfmeitd u.ldr.-ss | "alifori U. S. at Trenton N. J., and motored For Pontiac performance: outstrips in a No wonder they're calling Pontiac America's

; : l from there to Florida. Le breeze other the road. And it
Von are hereby notified that a any on didn't just No. 1 spine-tingler! You will, too, when you

one, thanks. The gratified guy in the mid- ,. su.t. been fur diorce.a filed against you in the I love na"Irs.i with. Goodson this wonderful) has fallen country in, happen! Pontiac engineers started from scratch M-e how it tames traffic and shrinks the miles.

ill 'v.' named C..urt and cause and with a brand-new Strato-Streak V-8 engine. Just
\u .ir. required to ,....1'a copy of I and likes Florida best of all. as forward looking as the engineers,
dle is a sharp shopper. He knows quality ;.l.nnt"11' ...11't on 'r the or pleadin Plaintiffs to Attorney the com- ,' During the two weeks they have Then they added< another triumph, the all. Pontiac designers set an equally new trend in

I II I ''. 1' IVx lOt1110. been here they have St. new Strato-Flight Hydra-Matic* especially
lUMwin. O :: seen : styling obviously branded with the stamp
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and the value
of the dollar.
He also
< ; r.'u -\ Floridamrt
appre- Augustine and have been to Mi, engineered to work
fe:! the original in the offios cf as a super-efficient team of the future.
Ii. cit-ti of the Circuit! Court onr ami. and all points of interest with Strato-Streak
ciates >, hefre the power! Surprisingly, all this one-of-a-kind
fast friendly service with just a dash : enroute. After returning to duty, perform-
,
.
L"lay: .f 19-",
Apr.
,'h.rui>e the allegations of said the Goodsons will te: stationed at I And what a team it is! There's the blazing ance and style i is priced well within the reach

of personal interest. This complacent ,'d"ni by:
l1"tl.hall! be published Mrs. Margeurite Ryan and son."I compression, high-torque engine you can buy! in soon for the facts. 'A"rr - 'nee' each week for four! ('on!'< character gets all this and more too, whenhe ve weeks in the Bradford cu-I Pat are in Miami this weekend, ]
rei K .iph visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. T. MacDonald ::
I IM-.I -his i;; .lay of March. 1956KFICIALSKAL : : '
trades with us. Check today's specials I I '! > Charles A. Darby and family. Mrs. MacDonald I; ';6 STEM TO-STiE.4K
Clerk of the Circuit Courtly I is Mrs '
Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Ryan's daughter' \ You can actually buy a big, glamorous Pontiac 860 for les.')
and see what we mean. 3t 4t 4 i: Miss Gertrude Houser and Mrs I i I ;: nW7..1T Ii n
Frank Walrath Jr.. spent a week-
xoritK or 1'111111'Tit than vould models _
you pay for 4-J ofde1ow.pkdll'ree!
.
)tIt.IruIt EI(1IItII i O S ,'II: end recently in Orlando with Mrs.
'ILu4r.anrAr'It X.-:. i i.- hereby Riven that the
.!. M.m-d under th. provisions ofi Dated this :oth dayf !of aI',h. A.I i H /7/7 STILt Th-FLGIT 1/R.-t-\lATIC'
1 -I":..I ').9l3. La ,. ( r
KOCH'S o Florida. 1 P. 195i>. a! Starke Bradford Countv.
DRUG STORE \ 'f l'<4I. will register with the I Forid.t:
,', ,'
.f the r'ult "urt in and
:: 23 4t 4 13
I'.'..I"rd t'ount., State of Kloriii" -
ANY DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION FILLED \ n rev:"t of proof of imb- 1 In The (.our| Of The ('..ui.iy Judge Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac
,
-COWtCTEUNE OF DRUGS. '.. ':> f thi. notice! the fictitious- Of llrndfurd ('osut v. Florida
SUNOUES.COSMETICS "f' The Sport Shop. I' II 11..1.1' In rrubate.
L'q mbiuVi .irk. Florida 1!I"' HE Ksra' ,,fnK
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