Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03370
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03370
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Watch i- Talk, Few Issues I:!Council Changes FINAL PURCHASE CONTRACTS- \.SqndAnd Sand

,* CharacterizeCounty I Meeting Time ENTERED FOR NATURAL
; *irtii I The Starke City Council Monday Damage Crops

evening voted to move is

As Home tKIBurils Campaigns I rtgular meeting time by half an Formal purchase contractfor( t..) multiple: copip of the tw"> ,left j

'I hour, from 7:30 to 8 two By Drought
p.m p.m. types of service wen entcrel documents at the regu! ir meeting i

The Council will continue to I hy the City of Staike and the i if the City Count I,

Ail! roads: will lead :u Graham :ueet on the first and third Monlflvs H"wstun Texas Gas and Oil com- The Council committed itself!
'I He-ivy: ,!..lm.Ii"m:: vIii 'o'.t'
tuijht i Friday! i 04 Bradford < of each month bit the new.rae ,I, j any Monday evening finalizing: bv resolution to build a municil'
ToGround :'wtng; sand I is the I.lt.! '-' s, "ur:::.'
into effect for the
rest ''
& 11m:\ Democratic political rallies I goes tllptv's entrance into the nat- pal gas distribution system: at a to strike
til the halfway mark wuh the ; or the summer starting with the u-a! gas business as Mayor W. ': special afternoon meeting three Hradfnrd Count t r .T.>IWilready

tst primary of May 8 less than iext meeting. T Jackson affixed his signature I,''weeks' ago but could still have late cold.hard hit by drought ,i- !1i
hr.v weeks away. 1 -hanged its mind up until the

y Large crowds at New River i' i actual contracts were signed i Farmers Interviewed thi" week
; described the situation
in termsanging
R. M. Markham points with his wife's,.urstv on? of the last things siudhen last Friday night at and Heilbronn ,9IHlff Monday. j r from "severe" to 'Vntcal -

his 5-rooin home at lleilbronn Springs burned to the ground last Friday to the springs: Tuesday night heard the The city j is now obligated tflj:; ." Not only] have the gu.tv
1936 of candidates air their
sjk.it where his front door stood 20 minutes iM-fore a' Starke Fire Chief I. \V. Carpenter crop purchase \'en minimum amounts winds of the past wf'ekilah11
current pleas for election or re- of from the I
gas Ol 'ompany,1whi..h '
makes notes. Firemen were forced by lack of water to stand hy and wut< h the ( and bruised voting crops of alt!
cle .ion
< to office.
plans to build
lnmv! liurn.Tlu a multl- J kinds, but they have can..llpJout ,
new issues were interjected ni'llion-dollar! natural
gas pipeline -
much of the
home of a Heilbronntarings tops, and an inch-thick bed of ho: into the campaign at either rally from Texas to Florida by\i from the April 10 expected rain bv hl.iw good

coals and ashes the groundwere Attorney-General luring the pas. week althoughPaul June of 1957. for resale throtishi i
couple literally burned to' on i I ing the moisture right out of ttvsofl. -
the ground at 2:45 p.m. last Friday -, all that remained 20 minutes Raymond candidate for a proposed :tOO OOrt municipal !I;, .
'I after the fire to show that M'hool Board from District Two i ind : tvstem of mains and for :
as the Starke Fire Depart-1 started. use In I Llovd. Dval, Brooker
mem stood by. helpless for lack there had been a house there. 'I Considers Starke he had been approached by a the ('it v's present Light and Pow-i I sav, that the wind a has rt farmer imnc-M
oman who asked if he would
bej: Cplant for
i>t water. j t Markham stated that he was. a period of at least ( his j tobacco and potato crops m.'rrhan
opposed to instruction 0
R. M. Markham and his wife, working in his yard and his wife' dancing In ? \1'1'- nfter the completion of| even the drought anti late

Dolly. long-time residents at Heil- was in the house when the blaze I] Drive-Inn Plightt he schools. "As chairman of the 'i the pipeline. j freeze.I .
| I board of deacons of the largest' It
: has been
bronn, were able to save only began but neither they nor the estimated by the't I County Agent G. T. fIlIIW
church the
in I
about l,000-worth of furnUure!j firemen could determine its cause I county." certainly C'tv's Corcm'tins-<"rieers Rpv- i .evd the central cron conditions
I would
and personal belongings with the because of the total destruction of I II Florida Attorney-General Richard be opposed Raymond said t4 nolds. Smith and Hilt!1.*. that savinO' | throughout the
I "You graduate from county are the
can high
help] of neighbors and passing the building. Ervin has been asked by the of from 20 to 70 per rent: worst in at leas 10 ears
I school -
motorists before the flames completely City of Starke to rule on just now cracking a of thofr present fuel bi'ls can be Ralph! Nettles
lie carried $1,000 in insurance 'I Jr..
the 5- book he charged. "I is disturbing Mayor W. T. Jarkoun affixes his official signature to final r- ';7.nti bv I manager ofi
$3,500 what
enveloped on the house, none on its contents.I constitutes a dance hall in present users of hot-i i I the Brooker State Farmers

room house. I I Piled across the road were an !I order to clear up the legal status '' to business men to hire lurinulizing the entrance of the City of Starke into the natural tied! IP p-as. fuel oil. and e'ertrici i Market renorts that the area1.-

Two outside walls had already eleplric: stove and refrigerator:: ( of a small piece of concree used a high school graduate and find gas business an Water Department head V. S. Hicks, standing left flower here tv chnnpine to nat-j I I j big; 600-700 acre I'rofwill
aI have
collapsed and the remaining two''j j'I single bed and a few assorted:I,' ccasionally! by local teen-agers rut ''that" he or she can't read or and Light and Timer Superintendent Riley Wasdin, standing right ,,-,l fn.s. and that the City of ;, to he written off as almost
write the candidate said. 'I a
were tottering when Chief D. W. pieces of living-room furniture --I i j: tor dancing at Herb's Drive-Inn | witness the first "tt'p'in the major expansion of their two departments R -> -ir< should] ff>\>vn a cleat: total loss unless weather conditions
think should !
stress fundamentals
Carpenter and four Starke volunteer I I on Highway 301. It was revealed' we more the I \11 rlv ""-"fit of 2T000
all that remained of the couples : and I new utility will necessitate. Seated" around the Council table,, from the are extremely: favorfth'e f>

firemen arrived after a 15- possessions. I I this week by City Attorney A. J. school curriculum less," Raymond frills in our de- i l left to right, are Councilmen Ruby Johns and T. C. Hajen Jr., City Attorney I now utility flf Ar th'e first three hAre on out. One grower in that wn

minute trip in answer to the out- Thomas'Jr. : A. J. Thoma. Jr. : ': years of opera tion. I I area i is
of-town call. Carpenter said that the house in Thomas clared. At the opening rally ati Mayor Jackson. Consulting Civil Engineer reported to have plowed

I all likelihood could not have beenj I explained that the Theressa Raymond promised to do !!, Harold A. Scott, Councilmen I. E. ('!.uk and Ewell Lawson. and Council T'a p''M-ABr, rpnorted that'' im 100 acres of potatoes this
concentrated their efforts 1
I small hard-surfaced
at 1
i protected even if water had been area theestaurant. 'i something about what he said ;, President JamcH .\. Lewis.I ] another $27: (100 \'1lI be saved nni :| week
on wetting down sheds, outbuildings j i equipped with a single' i .
available due to the time lag be- on'I' nif 'v bv th ntv through eon J. R. Watnwright
and lumber in the Mark- I table. chairs and a juke box in were "unsanitary" conditions I estimated an
tween the alarm and the arrival a t version 0 f.its electric! penor!\t ors II; outright:
loss of
ham's yard to save them from the I nearby proective: shed has precipitated -, some school busses. j Sasser Wins \\Break-lns Here fr"" f"1! o" about 25 acres
|of fire equipment. He explained 8"" OI\'rAtio'1. of spring
intense heat of the windfannedblaze l complaints from several "Free Hands" i I crops at hU farm east
!that the next.nearest fire depart I I Ii | S*>n rate aeTeornents have beet I. of Starke and
H. A. Lawson candidae for considerable
when it was discovered that sources thai it creaes noise and |Electric RangeAt : Weds. Uncover. I damage -
ment to Heilbronn besides Starke e for !"iinnh-fn0- *
< to
250 gallons carried by the fire disturbance: late in the evening. i!|! Sheriff. said that. if elected. hej system another 75 acres. He said
:I lis at Gainesville. \ I I of m1'"q flnd the r'ower."> that the
truck was the only available wat- Herb Thomas, owner of the'would enter office with "freeI ] Truck nse atj I triple threats of
*r. I "With a good stream nearby, or Drive-Inn, stated when questionedby 1 hands" to do his duty as he saw ; Gay's Opening Stolen t'-o d'ff''ront rates with thehomo droughts cold and wind had

Carpenter. who described the a hydrant. we might have put it L city authorities that no charge 1 fit. "When a sheriff is called for i iI I d'strihuMon; .svst rn havinar'nHnrftv made this the most unfavorable

home as a "total loss." stated that I f-omp'etelv out." he sated. "in- ii made for the use of the area I service, he should answer the call !; Mrs. J. A. Sasser. wife of the \ Two thwarted robbery attempts over t>." nowerplant in:1 season within his memory.. In

the heat generated: fcy the burnIng o stead of leaving the rubble burn by teen-agers except the nickels: himself or send a man the people i'Bradford County Jailer, won the led to the recovery of a stolen( <| npr-'o'is of peak load. I hu opinion most Bradford growers -
one-story frame structure and: ing as we did when we ran out L they put in the juke box and that : can respect" Lawson said. ''CO"; electric range given away at truck by the Starke Police Dept |I i "F'rm PII" or enn"uoii serb I will not pet bark the cost of

Contents was so high that the of wa'ter, but the yard buildings! he placed it there simply as a con- Incumbent Sheriff P. D. Reddish, i the Grand Opening of Gay's Home | shortly'after midnight Wednesday: i ipA i is ,11..n..f'fi for home tJ prl. : their seed and fertilizerSunday'5

aluminum roof melted. are still all we could have saved." venience for his customers. :i said he realized "you can't pleasei I ''Appliances' new store on WeaL I as officers conducted a morning: n,hl;]" th. 1.10'1 Pi--er ; Ltre"eive t |, winds were the worst

The brick fireplace and chimney II Markham is an employee at the Nearby property-owners however i i verybody" and that convictions,I ':' Madison street at 6 p.m. last Sat- j long search for the would-be'!1 "-i'1! "i"t'-mptible servo ri.t '' but squally conditions prevailed

standing alone among:: singed tree tate Prison a, Raiford. I feel that he is running a':had been obtained in 95 per cent; | urday. |! burglars throughout the downtown I- I ;ice" R lower rate. through Monday. keeping:: the air
of the he had to i She was one of over 300 people (Continued On Page Eight t in
dance hall and have asked that cases presented : area. i open fields filled! with light

he be forced to close it off or purchase court lie said his office had fol-'I l assembled for the drawing on the I The truck, a 1952 Ford panel i top soil. Wa'mvright said that

Tornadoes Show 5-5 Season Record ; a $50 City Dance Hall li. lowed a policy of leniency with I'! $239.95 Norge range, given by i model was discovered abandoned hpn hft "'''und' an Irrifation ditch across one of

cense. :|,youthful offenders. "I had rather.alk r' Gay, and a new automobile bat- i Ion Temple Avenue following unsuccessful his; fields wa almost filled

The attorney said that final action to them and try to straighten I terv: given by Starke Tire Sales, ; break-ins at a gasoline: the fork two feet of drifted dirt. with

After Hectic Week Of Baseball I by the city will be determinedby ij them out than slap them in jail:. r.v located in Gay's old building'j t ftf'ion and a farm implimen':; M". O. Harrell. Brooker

just next door to two visitors! grower
the Attorney-General's ruling! he said. Reddish; declared that 11' ,i dealer. r- '?''''nI'vi Wainwright's

The Bradford High Tornadoes winds under the arcs and the I; and read the contents of a letter nine out of 10 young culprits] appreciate I store who registered the their names at the'i I Police stated that the tburglaries 'O .Ji;,-,'; .\. ahout this being!:: the worst opinion plant
( during day's opening d.t I
this treatment stayContinued
ivon one and lost tw0 of their combination of the elements and from Tallahassee advising that celebration. I ] were probably the ..' .." -ig 11.1emwin season on record
week'if the I the matter is now under consideration ( On Page Eight) f I work of juveniles a 4 entry wasI saul thn sin.l
the Yellow storms
hectic Jackets kept
mound Ults during a Mrs. J. W. Furlong] won the 't of Sum
by State authorities. | I gained from the fronts on both .. I'V,\ were the
baseball placing the season Tornadoes to 3 hits while the : \attery, and pastry knives were[ I worst experience,
10. The dispute had been Drought ;ONE MONTH I buildings and the robbers gt; vej 'I'at area since
ecord to date at 5 wins, 5 losses. I victors chalked up j / i : given as door prizes to all the the tong m'
The local team journeyed toj: Randall Davis went all the wayon before the City Council two weeks !I.idies who registered for the[ j themselves away to the patrol <"r\ >, were set out at Brooker

St Augustine Wednesday night( the mound for BHS, with only' o go, and Thomas' report on Ervin's drawing. 'car I on its regular rounds when when hundreds! of acres were

'0 g0 down 8-2 before a powerful one error when Curtis McGee hit l letter was delivered to the Council City Records Their names were picked from a I they fled as it aoproaoheii but boned up and! freshly! plowed

KetterUnus squad spearheaded by ] a single through him.. j this Monday evening. huge glass bowl by Jeannell Good : could pot say whether th'rp'as AH PTi.wers agreed: that the

,ague hopeful. racked up by Lake City againstthe 500-lb. Sign FallsIn : Over $100,000 !: the truck. .Ire: than another hard rrpI'7R
IIas a cold night with high Tornadoes on home ground; ties.Gay, who specializes in N'orge The vehicle! ha,] been stolen h.ive been.

Friday helped put the visitors Monday Wind Maytag, Ironite and Coleman ap I' Tuesday night in Green rove The freakish April winds ar4'tor'll

ahead 8-5. Th y were outhit 7-6 pliances and space heaters ex Springs and it was the Green eridrnce of unusual weather

Driving Through \ by BHS, which won 20-2 the ] : In New Building plained that he found it necessary Cove license tag that aroused Upolicemen's oomi V>ns preva'fx.g: In most

first time the two teams met. [| One sign that Monday's high to build a larger store alongside! suspicion. areas ,'I' the country. Many sec

:|but the Lake City: boys got theirs winds were as severe in Stark Building permits for new con his old location because of business Nothing was reported i*. mss- *ion,. have been hit bv devastat

Funeral Costs I at the right places. 1 as they were on Bradford County stnl<'1lOn and remodeling totaling expansion and stated that he 1 ing from either store. 'Ing tornadoe.s with hpavv"In

Edwin Johns was the losing 1! *i ns 'VPS the collapse of the over $ i iJiOO; in value were is- is now able to stock more models] .pfjtient !ioss; of life and

I I itcher and Joe Hines hurled forhe i. huri:;; metal and neon sign!,: o.t'rth sued by the City of Starke dur11onth of his old lines in the greater property

Youth's ;' victors. Randall Davis hit a ', entrance to Canova's DrugStore ; ,-.- .v- from March 19 to, space available. Starke Cancer Drive '

licensee,i "r in the Tornadoes' losing 01 Call Street. i' April 19. Gaining Momentum Council May Make

!! I The sign, weighing 500 to 600' h _t permits issued d'inn :Services Wednesday Sheriffs Ih-puty "S'oa!iI'" I u\e

The driver's license of a teen, Davis pitched Tuesday night a>, pounds\ was blown from the side 'tht' month 7 were for electrical I Receipts from the hotL;e-to- takes notes as her noisy; gray

*ge traifu- offender was tempo- ; the Bradford squad downed I I of the building at about noon I installations and 6 were plumbing:,For Getzen H. Parker house canvass, sponsored by ti iLl daily c<>m|>unit>n li.trks out a Overtime Parking

arih revoked Monday morning J Palatka 7-1 at Palatka. allowing I! according to witnesses. and, would 1 permits neither of which showt'the Cancer Fund drive this wee k. message to .he n-l.iji-d through

bsurke. Mayor W. T. Jackson 4 hits anti one error and striking ) have plummeted to the sidewalk cost of the work performe I Getzen Hartwell Parker. 54.I totaled, $261.01 in Starke, Mis? Itradford ('oiuityradio system.1 .

'1. tne u'gular session of the out a dozen batters. except for a covered archwa and therefore neither of ijdied I I Tuesday in a Jacksonville]] Dorothy Alvarez (county rhair- The SlierirK.iii! : .o I i-. u-'t loi i Easier In

\i&it'., Court. i|j The next three games for the running:: in front of several storeson j contributed 'to the $100,000plustotal i hospital as a result of injuries I man announced yesterday. NoI many more things: than the usual City

The young driver. 17 years old, ;i i Tornadoes will all be played at that block. I sustained while working:: as a I reports have been received from police calls in Bradford County -

wa. uppcnl 1 by police when hediove I home Thev meet Gainesville People ins'de the store when ;' ft;.11 ting chronoloeically from I mechanic with Safety Cabs Inc I other communities in the county, The 120-watt transmitter and I It may soon be as simple tu

through a moving funeral Friday at 3:30 p m. Bishop Ken- it fell likened the sound to that March; 19 a home addition permit i Mr. Parker was born at Len Li L- {, the chairman! said 'tower at the County Jail along I. narking violalion fines in Starke pay

at 3:30: m. last nev at 1-30:: Saturday tor $,:,00 was issued to Mrs. R. Cropse and had lived at Brooker1 with its two stations : as it is
procession p. and P. K of an au'omnbiie wreck, and several : Solicitation in the business district and :5 mobile to put money in the
Thursday and was charged with Yonge Tuesday at 3:30. I looked outside to see where .\ Gixidge, R. A Green was at -1 i prior to moving to Jacksonville has not been completed, and units. has reunited families I 1 ing meters, if a proposal considered -

Hecklesg Driving.lie he accident had occurred. thonzed to Conduct $9.00rt-worth I about five years ago. The acc I- it is hoped that this will bring found jobs for the unemployed by the City Council Monday

\vas required to appear in Thrift : The winds played havoc with of remodeling operations to his i i dent that resulted in his death i total collections:] well toward the | brought joy. happiness and sor- evening: is adopted.

'oun with his father and the Shop'I I roofs and smaller signs all ov trthe block of stores Lonnie Futch reoceh'ed 'i j occurred when a coil spring from i SSOO quota assigned' this county. ': row. and at times has furnished 'I The Council has taken under

Mayor issued a warning to both. a permit for a $9,000 home,, the engine of a car he was working tim only communication between advisement a
city through the weekend and i Funday. April 22. has been de- I system railed] "Tr&I !-
suspending the license Shows Profit anil a certificate for a $500; office'I flew out struck him I i tsot.itej settlers ,;[ feteria"
youth's on :Monday and! the large plastic on and signated as Cancer Sunday and and the outside whereby policemen will
fill a period of two weeks. i iJarkson I was granted to Herb Thomas. in the face He died sevendays ii most local ministers will cooperate world. I( write overtime parking tickets
s'srn over the offices of The Telegraph I' on
explained that he ,For Charity Work I II was one of those appearon Louis G Benne't pans! a $2.700 I I later. by: calling special attention to Sheriffs Deputy "Soootie" envelopes which can then be dropped -

made the sentence light becausetl \ the wind damage list. home. 15 houses worth a total oJSSL'500 :I I Survivors include his wife, Mrs. the drive. Miss Alvarez said. Duke. who sits with the souawk- containing the fine, into yel-

was the teen-.iger's: first offense The Junior Woman's Club Old-timers in town stated that : were started in the Sara- j I.innie L. Parker of Jacksonville :, The Kick-off Dinner in the 'inebox in the Bradford Court-'j i low metal boxes conveniently placed -
toga Heights subdivision. a $1.0()0 '
but cautioned that young total L three three his house office each day. estimates on the same poles as the
netted sons. daughters drive parking
Thrift a ; held -
Shop project j it was one of the worst spring permit for home repairs and porch | county was Thursday : I
violators cannot expect easy in the : 'I I narents, :Mr. and Mrs. L that there are an average of three"special" meters.
of $j31 last year for use j hlow,( they have seen, and none addition wis received by Rolt'rtJohns. Edgar ,, night of last week in the Garden
treatment because of their age croup's many charitable activities, I could Parker of Tampa, and severalbrothers I Restaurant with Dr. Joshua Edwards : calls a day phoned in Mayor W. T. Jackson and Assis
remember "
any that lv iddisplayed and the Gulf Oil
Company for tant Police
when automobiles areim'oved, broadcast Chief
week and sisters. over the closed!! Riley Sweat
i it was announced this by professor of pathology at
more force or producedmore was authorized to construct newi : both
as a i as dangerous no I no'ice network of whom advocated
car is just
by County citizens' the plan
Chairman Sonja Anderson. minor casualties.A i tanks and Funeral services were held| ]; University of Florida as the
e'onigo a special r e-
mattei what of thedriver trying to locate pointed out that
theage other the
The Thrift Shop located on major portion of complaints lining wall valued] at $4,000. Wednesday afternoon at 2:30: i( I main speaker. Also attending the Countycitizens method of present
Call Street near the Wall Insurance o'clock in Dedan meeting were Don Lochner of' people with messae allowing violators to
received Baptist Church
by insurance un- A $3.000) home is to be built by too pay their 10-cent
Stedman Osteen forfeited $50 urgent for the usual overtime
channels tickets
aeency is stocked com-, near Brooker. Interment i in Jacksonville! assistant to Carl
let-writers here. !according to sevral 'ik Lane. J. R Chasteen plans: was ''in local
bond when he failed to appear In I I resident, with nnti<=tial errands to. dru/\ stores has proved inconvenient
pletelv! with clothes shoes, and I I agents were >-laims for dam- a $1.000 home addition and Dave tnp church cemetery under the !Swisher.: Florida Division Chair-
ourt in answer to a drunk driving (Continued On for motoria'.s and thi-
Page I
: a variety of iternq donated or I 'is.' t II TV antennas Crawford was issued a permit -ection of Hardage Funeral I' man. Mrs. Anne Franz of the Eight : drug store
'har William Adams lost owners.
e. eathered: by Club Members during | !'or a new $1.500 house. ,: Home : division office, and John Kava
$2.nund" by Ignoring a charge (: j They recommended how over,
the year and sells or gives natigh. field representative. Each Set Bake Sale
>f It tying without a license. T. Rrry Volume Drops, that the fine be raised to 2.V, f'nla
them away to people with limited spoke briefly and a film on
j"nn'11 Onrsey forfeited $10 for T to cover the cost of the fast alum-
(I'l ;incomes. Prices Remain Firm ; various projects carried on by For TomorrowA
.1! light violation and sip courtesy boxe and
There Is at least one person, <>r the Cancer Society in Florida was
ra special
boiui ..1forft'ited by Sidney envelopeticketsThe
duty each Saturday from 9 am took an ex- shown.
tiilmsnr when he failed to appear bake sale of homemade'akes firm which manuf-1. '\Ires
,to noon and information ma\ heobtained "> 4'ted tumble at the Starke: Vo'unteer workers the
>n i needing charge. from every and pastry has been scheduled by Traffeteria boxes and enve '>pes
or donation: ; volunv--- Farmers Market this week with ,, section of the county but two attended the Bradford High School Senior estimated that 10 to 12 of th.- receptacles
at other times bv calling 470Wceoniing ''
Hospital Insurance I "vilv 321 crates sold in the six- the kick-off, which was Class to begin al 9:30 a m. tomorrow will be needed to s<-rv.rf
\ to Dolores MeKnht. 'I
I daperiod.. April 12-18. The presided over by Miss Alvarez. (Saturday) in front of Barks-; downtown Starke. Jackson asked
President! of the Club.I'r'el' I{I !
Increased For CityBlur dale's Department Store in Starke' that 6 be purchased on a trialbasis
nr>ce average held strong
i $994M
< from the operationof ; ;!! ;\lell'mlist( Church According to fund-raising chair-I! with the acquisition of mot
the shoo she said. are channeled with a return of 3191.10 I Igrowers to !j ;
Cioss' group hospitalization I!I Ii I II I men' Jan Mundorff and Babs dependent upon the ability of the
msuMnoverage for munie'mlmplov to such organization! as for the week. The prt'v- i I I!j' Lance. i system to pay for itself.
4 'j i! Sunday School, 9:45: am. Morning :,
.. ,.-MS was raised by the City the Red Cross. the Florida Farm ii. ..4'L (IoU! week saw 1.369 crates sold Worship. 11 am. MYF Fellowship -' All 50 girls in the Senior Class Sweat revealed that approximately -

,' "luiki' this week from $7 per< Colony. and a number of sP1Perouos I' : $100 .
have month I is
I Supper 6:45: p m., Seniors I I prepared baked Foods: for the'I per r'III'f't.el1
'\ '". "MI allowance to $10 per! and have been used to here.R and Intenne liats followed I I sale which will help finance the' in overtime parking fines! ta
A. Kettles! Jr., who 5s by
1 : prov'de Christmas for needy
: v BUS the City at the
j eroun meetings. Evening Serv- Senior Prom and Banquet, present time
TVr r.tv Council acted to In- children pift.s for sm-'cemen. and managing the berry deal here this I I j ice. 8 p.m.Tut'sda. Mundorff stated and there wille

> I -"> tile coverage when it was' heir for hnsnital! patients in "redEve'vn season predicts a light volume'I i .. 9 students on duty at Barks-! .. 9:30
am. WSCprayer
-"l that the least expensive Dix. Jnnnie Sue I'rniMrt. of good quality berries during the I i bale's until all the cakes and

-1'". .* 11 available at the newt i Sharon Gaines. aid, MararefRatRf group.Wednesday.; -> have been
sold. II i
Adeline Flitch left, and < comingweek.. I astry j Florida Bark at Stkewill
sonja Anderson
right, show Chrhtlnet'rv I I
r-i.li.ird! County Hospital rom- form the Thrift Shorcommittee 7:30 p.m.. BibleStudy The two chairmen said that an-!| not be
and \at t and Edith Yarborough. center, a few of the dresses stocked So far this season growers have and open for business r.-: i'oil of private of the Junior Woman1'Club 'j Prayer.
entirely! I I other similar sale be
1 may con- April 25 Confederate
-. 'MI piivate rooms. costs: $10 per : though all members take a by the Junior Woman's flub Thrift shop in StarUe, open etery Saturday grossed $75,736.14 for their 1956' I Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. Chancel r ;air-ted later if this: one is success-1 i Memorial Day. a Legal Holiday

;, '. *w.t running the from 9 a-ni. to noon. Choir
program berry crop. i practice. 'ul in Florida.I.zbo. .


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editorialThe nUn.H'1'I IL 20 19.>6

Former's Diary PINE LEVEL II ElL R 0 l l lII tor Rev.a S.revival F. Beard in, who Tennessee.is conducting covery We wish them all a speedy! re !1 1I I.

lay Sam
> .Mis.iiifl (lrlll,1U Rev. Beard is expected home during Mrs. Helen Sapp is < !h.urn,*': .
Farm Bill VetoIn
h.teLL. the week. of the cancer drive for ',,
u.............uu..... Lynn White fell on a hunting ur imunity :u
She has been .m'i.t.tk1.nycans
his i radio speech to the Nation :Monday night, fittest berry we ever saw! We saddenedlast Knife Thursday of last week and this
was week.
This community Rev. Clark of &ulahChufl'h
thmk that about six of them Crosby
explaining his veto of the controversial farm bill week by the death of Miss was injured. lie was able to be The ,..
nice showers
would make enough toppers fora was guestopt'dker Sund ihi4Tuesday
President Eisenhower once again blamed thatfa'orite QUART cup, but that's about Ruby Underhill: in the Bradford lY m the absence of the pas- back in school Monday. of last week h... ,,'
Republican whipping boy surpluses We went downto Mrs. Freida Norman entertained
crop pnough bragging, for we know County Hospital. dried off and we have 1 tm-i h ting \
for all of the woes that now beset the that it was by no means a record visit her at 2 p. m. and found Sanderson.We with a surprise birthday din- / an awful lot of sand ldt.n.ne! i
Nation's farmers. The inference, of course, in out she had passed away at 11 are glad to report that Mrs. ner last Sunday honoring her This 15 damaging some t"h!le>
the President's speech was that these surpluseswere She will be missed so much husband Leroy. Enjoying the day Some '
Incidentally, the sawdust mulchis a. Ii. R Crosby is much improved crops ram would! >< titi'i'h:
piled up in the prior Democratic administration working out very well from especially at Pine Level Baptist after a recent illness:; and was with the honor guest were the appreciated.
and that therefore the Democratic party is Well that was a fine rain we another angle: we now are usingthe Church, where she has been a able to attend church. Leroy Normans Jr. of Camp
had last week but the trouble member several She always Blanding, Mr and Mrs. Marklee THK Uir.HT POINT for th -
to blame for it all. wheel hoe (with a beet hoe years. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall visited -
wail that it didn't last nearly came in with flowers in her Norman and children of Hampton way you urita. Come In and '*-
In making such inferences the President like attached to it) to keep down the their son and family. Mr. and
long enough. It started out in and Mr and Mn fret your favorite KVTKUIUUtOK
hand. Most of the time it was J. S. Sjpp
his Secretary of Agriculture and others of his weeds on top of the beds. Ws Mrs Guy Hall, at Cocoa last Fountain
goo fashion, gently to settle the We wish to extend our of Starke. Pen. TFl-EUHAPII.:
party, would have us believe that farm surplusesare : dust and then rained almost just push it and the blade slices roses. week.
something relatively new, and that our farm through the deep sawdust and sympathy to all her friends and Mrs Vera Mitchell has returned Mrs. Geneva Johnson and children -
in and
price problem 'has developed only during the years steadily lot of good soaking to doing Whatis a cuts off the weeds. loved oneS. to Macon. Ga. after spendinga of Waldo visited Mrs. Florence FOR DEPENDABLE
spring crops. Johnson
Mrs. Robert Lamb and slater last Sunday.
have had federal farm weeks with her brother-in-
that few
we program.
needed now, however, is an
If that be true, we might ask the President and awful lot of rain to bring up the There was a time when our Mrs Alice their Crosby brother-in-law of Tampa, andsister. are law and sister, Reand Mrs. w. children. and of Mrs.Starke Bob visited Mynck the and TMr. Termite ControlS

others who follow his line of reasoning, just whya water table where it belongsMost cows were bringing nothing but visiting E. Hall.
federal farm program was ever adopted in the heifers, but this year we've had Mr. and'Mrs. H. H. Lewis Arley McRae of the U of F N. Normans Sunday S .t CUIJUIlf'rciaJ
three bulls out of the four calves. this week, after visiting relativesin passed through on his wayto Mr and Mrs M. Beach of Jacksonville -
first place if farmers weren't already in a of the berry patches Green Cove Springs.Mr. Pest ControlGnne
Latest arrival, from Hope, a dairy Jacksonville a few days ago liedidn't visited Mrs. Delores Car-
perate situation around the county have just and Mrs. Marion Johnsonand .
heifer, is a little black rascal thatis have time to stop and say michael last weekend .
A recent editorial in "The Progressive Farmer"proclaims about quit producing, as a result family have moved to this Mr. and Mrs II C Spraying
have been attraction
hello. Must some -
cute button.
as Looks
a likewe'll
that there is nothing political about of the long drought. We visited have section from Starke. We welcome over there. That's all and children of Jacksonville vi.ltf'd Call FK. 6-6045
to borrow the
the farm problem. "The Republicans claim that many fields of plants which were go them here. relatives
clamps again, fix the latest right. Arley but we would be here last Sunday.
farm prices were already on the way down when terribly dry, and there was little two bulls before they Mrs. Allean Moore and family, glad to see you anytime. Mrs. Kstelle Green of Jacksonville Florida Pest Control
they took over in 1933. That is true. But when bloom and fruit. However, some grown-up ideas about running get any us Mr. and Mrs. Preston Moore, and Visited Mrs. Russell Thomas spent the weekend here wit;! & Chemical Co.
they say the farm price problem developed while patches are still looking good, off. Fellman Moore, all of Tampa. yesterday and three of her children her mother
Democrats were in power they are conveniently and there should be some berries were among those who attendedthe have measles Charles Crosby On the hick lust this week are 21 N. W. 16th Are.

forgetting what happened to farm people duringthe right through. May.. Lots of thin that Haislop family reunion at also came home with measles Tate Crosby Darby Ga-->kins K Gahit'tWt', Florida
long years that they (the Republicans) ran s are fresh the City Park in Starke last Sun- vesterday C Johns and Mrs Abe Cowart
Our patch has The out of the garden taste good, but
and us puzzled.
the Government. It was the loss of farms
the iailure of rural banks in the twenties that plants look good, have a healthy we think that one of the vegetables day.Mr.. and Mrs T. N. Normanand -
color, and the 90's have moderate that must be fresh to be
had a economy vital part in in the the early total thirties.collapse of The our situa-national amount of bloom and fruit-, really lot enjoyed is beets. We havea dinner son guests Gerald of of the Heilbronn H.1.. were Mr- I The Newest In Seat Cover Styling! For Your New Car Interior
but far haven't of them now, and are hav-
unfavorable in the so we simply Raes last Sunday. Afternoon
tion for farm people was
picked berries. Of ing our fill of them. Alice says
twenties: and became so desperate in 1933 that we got any them In late and it course may she is going to put some in the guests of the McRaes' were Mr CLEAR PLASTIC
there had to be a federal farm program or he that the cold weather held freezer If she has time. a"d Mrs. Arthur Yarbrough of

else. them back, but our big questionis is really helping a lot.
"We had periodic cotton surpluses prior to when do they start bearing Farming is a gamble! A while .

1933. Anyone who was farming in 1914, 1920, back we debated whether to planta That old rascal Leo killed a AUTO SEAT COVERS
or 1932 knows what surpluses did to cotton pricesin However Missionary plantsare crop of Irish potatoes and after mother cat this week that had
those years. The only difference between now a sight to behold. Many of doing a lot of questioning three day-old kittens, and now*
and then is that now farmers have some protec- them look like pictures from a around and then thinking, we Alice is trying to raise them by
tion. They don't lose everything they own when seed catalog, and they are really decided to plant only two bags. feeding them with a medicine Custom Tailored to Your
by the grace of God and good farming they make loaded with bloom right now. But To make a long story short, almost dropper. Neither one of us 95

extra-big crops. They are no longer penalized so ai someone said the other day all potatoes were killed could drown the poor little things Individual Car
heavily for producing abundantly. And that is when looking at them, "It'll be around here but ours, and if we'd 3 4 by Experts

the way it should be. Abundant production is a all right, if the hot weather gambled, we might have hit a big Heard a new expression this *

good thing for a nation, even though it is some- doesn't get them.. ." crop But you. never. know! week: "Don't plant a cedar tree CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
times expensive." or you'll die bv the time it's big
Thus, when President Eisenhower said Monday We're irrigating them now, and Talked to J. L. Matthews about enough to shadow your grave." TV RADIO SEAT COVERS
the water does a lot of good. his tobacco out at Brooker, and Don't know how it I
night that surpluses are taking millions (or was but "s U R EF T" UPHOLSTERING
of For one thing it helps make big he says: it's the prettiest he'sever it sound like it came from some
it billions 1)) of dollars out of the pockets Phone 2i19 starke, Fla.
farmers he simply taking the easy Alice picked one the seen lieis irrigating his one who was against planting .
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way out and following the Benson-line of blamingthe other day. and it was the biggest. planting and right now irrigation t'f>(hr!!. :;" ---J"..- .. -- ---- -- -.- --- .---- -iI'_,r -- ___-______- -___- -_ .'-_ -_, _- .iC _-_-0"

failure of the Republican farm program on a

condition that has existed for as long as agriculture We Are To Announce That We Have
itself. If surpluses are the cause: of all the Happy Received Another Shipmsnt Of These Chrome Dinette SuitesAt

trouble the Republicans have had more than

them three -years something to figure, that out something is, besides to making do about con- The Same Price And Will Pass This Saving On To You. Hurry While! They Last !

versation.The .
farm bill that the President vetoed includedthe
$1.2 billion soil bank plan 90 per cent price
supports on the basic commodities, annual authorization 1 1e
of $300 million for "Section 32" expenditures -
} that are used to help producers of

perishable commodities and livestock producers.
and gave increased opportunities to dispose of I I/
our surplus goods to needy people at home and

to support our foreign policy abroad. Althoughwe
have made no detailed study of its provisions,
from a casual look it appeared to be a bill that

was fair to both farmers and consumers.
Now it remains for President Eisenhower and / / ,

Secretary Benson: to convince the farmers that
their reasons were sound for dealing the bill a
fatal blow. And they will have to come up with formUa"*1 Z'
something better than fear of surpluses to make fop $

themselves sound convincing.

Growing Schools, _

Growing ExpenseTen

years from now 23 per cent more childrenwill
IH entering elementary schools than today, \

55 per cent more in high schools, and 40 per cent .
more in colleges. Around 600,000 more classrooms -
will be ueeded to accommodate them frl
a jump of about 60 per cent, according to the 'ff'! s r .
Kiplinger Letter. The nation will also need

200.000 more teachers every year for ten yearsto
cover school growth and to replace those who
quit or retire.
The main problem in doing all this of course,

is money. The total cost of schools. public and : LJ I\
private, now is eight to ten billion dollars annually. 1L T

In the next ten years this mdoulle., and
most: of this increase must be paid from taxes.
What Kind of taxes will support our schools in C. tI

their ever-expanding} future? Mostly property
tuxes fnr already nearly 43 per cent of the property
taxes collected in states go to the schools.
So the outlook i is for higher} property! taxes; at

every level, higher property assessments, and 1 [

fewer exemptions.
might seem to some
Painful ;'s this prospoct
the alternative i is to let our school systems deteriorate D

and turn the "excess" youngsters away /
from the doors when it comes their time to en- Q

roll. This alternative, of ,course would be more 0 0
painful even than paying taxes, so there's nothingleft 0
Alto o oilobe! es fetched above with SUPER
to Ill but grin and bear it. There's an old" SIZE 36"i72" TABLE oed 6 CHAIRS (Seats 99"E .
saying that "The Lord loves a cheerful giver. 10 or morel)
It must also follow that He loves a cheerful} taxpayer 0 -

when the money is going for the supportof


The Vanishing RepublicanCurrent

registration fi1lrl'S1 ow that thereare Fir ftet S S e i iFomkt iS

now 5,377: Democrats 57 Republicans and 10
Independents in Bradford County. A second : .

look at the figures indicates there are 26 less Re-

publicans registered in the county now than there kJ141143 % I ,

were in 1954. During the same period, Democrats 6 I I' I Il I t
picked up an additional 151. "J
On the basis of these figures it would seem
that President Eisenhower has made few converts -

to his party in this particular area during
his first three years in office. The Republican t

boast of 1952, that Florida would soon become a

two-party state, still seems far from realizationat PW!( Top h Heit-Pfiofl Acid-Proof! Akohol-Proolain-Proof[[ $ (hip-Proof!
least as far as Bradford\County is concerned. ''
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r.TyTTT/TTT TT TY TT TTTTIIIG11LAND sonville visited their grandmother Everyone is invited to -
I Mrs. Seleta Coleman, Tuesday the services each Sunday attend'I'

I HIGHLIGHTSBy I I afternoon. lows: Sunday: School, 10 a m !
The evangelistic services 11 Tr.nr-
conducted Mormnfr Worship. i m
Schaeffer Phone 4127
Mary Kay Keystone
by Rev Bob Gray at Boat.Iram ins I'nion 7 p m. Evening Pi-rv- ;
fly SirlMy lurmuna..uu.u..wkAAALA. : 1
Baptist Church were enjoyed lI't'P! in Pr.uer Meeting! 1',1. ,
XMV Tl<>i>li<>np Iliret ToryMaker I Club IV a large congtejra'nm! euh W.-i!!1"dIY, T-.W: p !m Ktx C fji' ,
Interesting Ivt-uding i l'dh.Jic ClubWednesday I nig-ht !a.st week F ivilpett: pastor .
Books I evening, April 11. Mr. and Mra. Floyd Norman J -,-,. ,
We have Telephone i -
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosely | -- --
St. William's Catholic Club met i
>n Keystone, to rl'placlthe dog-I in the Recreation Hall to make all of Jacksonville, spent the '

eared, worn-out ones that additional; plans for the Bazaar weekend with their parents, Ms "

one has been writing ever-j which will be held at the Wom- and Mrs. L. M. Norman NO DOWN PAYMENT : Ii

to an's club on July 7. In last week's The revival closes Sunday ii rook t""l

It ia fun to browse through a I news, due to an over-sight, the night. Attendance has been pretty -I' ', .
directory, and see the odd combinations names of the people in charge of good, considering the large : >
the dinner at the Bazaar were number of colds and other sick- I j I __ ..,
of names. Keystone nas --.0-
its share. We still have those I omitted. The dinner will be cooked ness. j $O A A 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS. $4 A.19OUU : _:_.:_.: ..-.r."..;....._ >-':nwww.N.vw.cwm.. ->'::' -- "

tongue-twisters, TILLIS, TULLES by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Siprelle Mrs. Sarah Norman and daughter -I JLUJ
and Adm. and Mrs. Tony Danis. Rachel, were in Jacksonville i
STANLEY and TOLLES.and LIVINGSTON.We We have. Everyone knows Mrs. Siprelle's Friday afternoon. Aft ft 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -- $n A 17 I Ann Page Pure Fruit StrawberryPRESERVES ,

have DENMARK and HOL reputation as a cook, and her Mrs. Ellen Norman Mr. and

LAND. And like most towns, we husband and Adm. Danis are Mrs. R. C. Griffis, Roy and Ber- LOANS UP TO $2500.00
have BAKER, KING, KNIGHT, both gourmets. So keep the datein trice, were in Jacksonville Monday i 1I 1I
mind: July 7th. I
DEAN and COOK occupations IOn on business. i I
that is to say nothing Sunday morning, after 8:; The E. C. Harvey children I
of BOATWRIGHT. I o'clock Mass, the Catholic Club Elizabeth and Andrew, and the
i will hold a Bake Sale on the W. C. Hardee family have been Why Put Off I
Of course everyone knows the II 1 Lb Jar S j
sidewalk in front of the church.
story of the FOX and the I sick with flu. 59CIONA ac1e _
ROWE But CROWE isn't the I Anyone wanting something good Mr. and :Mrs. Lacey Norman | Needed Repairs Paint Your House I L ci

and DUCKY'S and how! around! Crews were in Green Cove i i Add a Room Screen Porches
P.uliUa flub Entertained Springs last Saturday and were
Miss Ruth Ohlson and I her sister -I dinner guests of the Richard .
Of a military nature, we have,, BUILD A OARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING ,
SARGENT. CAMP, BATTLE,I Mrs. John Thornquist enter-, Sapps. FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER l-lbCan
'('CANNON FORT, and BLANK.I tained their Bolivia Club at their Those from here attending the GREEN E BEANS S 10C
I ran't resist this one: home on Lake\iew Drive, Tunc-I Union Meeting at Hickory CraveBaptist I SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING -

LOP, HORSFALL, and GAL-l! div evening, April 11. First I Church last Friday were LABOR AND

Gee, I wish I were YOUNGand I prize was won bv Mrs. Margaret I ITrarv. Miss Maggie Crews, Mr. and Mrs. i MATERIALS IONA TENDERCUT
PURDY! And RICH!\ Those who enjoyed the i Vernon Starling and daughter,

Doesn't this make you SCHICK? I evening with the hostesses were;,' Brenda, Albert and Ellen Norman l4bCan
Mrs. Lydia Hurlev. Mr*. W. C. and E. C. Harvey.
If not, read on, Ma(-Duff! I Applications At Our Office No ObligationjstR BEETS S 10C
MrCrary. Miss Gladys Tills Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis ,
Tomorrow (Saturday) Is the
Margaret TTacv. Mrs. John Dav- and little daughter of Jacksonville I
day of the Strawberry Festival ,
i is. Mrs. Herb Williams and Miss were Sunday dinner guestsof JIM DANDY ENRICHED
and this is your last reminder. It
Gertrude Houser Mrs. Elhert Alt- the Albert Normans.
will be held on the grounds of I e olllr
the Episcopal Church, and will wan was unable to attend. Wmfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville ___--" BU,LDERS 1 V2-0% Pkg'
Christian Youth Runnuet and Leonard Wilkinson of DICK I GRITS 1 OC
begin at 6 p. m. Admission price ERV'CE'
I This evening, at 6:30.: the members Maxville attended church here -
is 50c, and for an additional 50c,
of the Christian Youth Fel- Sunday.C. BUILDERS SUPPLIES !}
you may purchase something hot
I lowshin will gather at Par --of- M. Griffis wag in Jackson- Whole Kernel Golden Yellow Freestone Sliced A
in the way of a sandwich, which,
means.ook dinner that at Mom all.Women's won't have to I ouet.the-Palms The for speaker their for Spring the Ban-eve ville Don't last forget Friday church on business.and Sun- a 4f! 3:i 3 .at!''aL. Ion a Corn 2 1-lb cans 23c Peaches Mb 14-oz 39c

I nine will be Scotty Nvhereh from day School next Sunday. Flajra Brand DriedBabyLimas Argo Split and

Topic At Rights LuncheonOn Will Be I C.Columbia Scott Is College no stranger Columbia at Park-S. y..y..yT..T.YTYYTYYTGRIFFIS .,: :=_... -;.-" '. :,,:: ,-,.',, --, ,- '!i ).<: ,_.\ _',.: I I 13-oz pkg lie Whole Figs 219-oz cans 49c

Tuesday, April 24, the Key- of-the-Palms. and everyone is an-I ': ', .. ," II Argo Blue Lake Green White House Safe, Pure Sterile
stone Woman's Club will hear his return. I !17.1..- "
ticinating LOOP :
:7.tW IMM Cut Beans 2 1-lb 25c Evap. Milk 5 tall
Carl Dawson speak on "Woman's Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Marwickof z N; s. cans cans 59c
Rights in Florida." which shouldbe Ocala were in Keystone, i "
By Mrs. Lola ColemantuLLAWVAAuuuua I Libby's Cut All Green White House Non-Fat Dry Solids
interesting to all civic-minded Heights Thursday r'eningApril I
ladies. The meeting, which Is the I 12. and spent the night with II I Asparagus 14'/-oz can 25c Instant Milk 9-6oz cans 23c

regular monthly covered-dish I their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Harperwere ( 1 rte II

luncheon, will begin oromptly atl I and Mrs. Fred Dod. The in Jacksonville last week I' A New Taste Thrill! A&P's Fine Quality Crestmont Brand
1 p. m. All members are askedto Marwick's went on to Jacksonville I
visiting their son-in-law and
come and to bring a guest. the next day to observe their Pint
AS an incentive, it might be said wedding anniversary, which was daughter Mr. and Mrs Maurice I ICE eRE A M Ctn 1 19CVanilla
E. Beckum; also their son and
here that the food is always delicious April 13. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs I J
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridaught 1
Gordon O. Harper. 1I
Worn 1'"'" Club Happy entertained Mr. Ridaught's uncle I Chocolate or Strawberry
I Sunday guests of Mrs. Seleta I
O\er KesuIS Of Dinner. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Morris i I
I I I Coleman was Mrs. Pearl Colemanof !
Anj one who attended the Wom- Ridaught, of Wilmington, N. C. Ocala. 1,
an's Club dinner last Saturday on Saturday. The Wilmington ,_ __ I
Mrs. Lizzie McKinney is on the II Copeland SmokedTENDERIZED
evening will remember it with Ridaughts were en route to Tam- I
sick list this week we wish hera
pleasure for the food was de- pa, and had stopped in Keystone I
licious, and served promptly bycompetent i to visit their various nephews.Mrs. I speedy. and recovery.Mr. Mrs. Ned Coleman hadas Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? I S HAMS Lb 49C

)'ounggirls who coordinated George Schaeffer, and dinner guests on Wednesday, .
perfectly with the ladies her two children! Mary Ann and Rev. Bob Gray of Jacksonville. II The outside guys won't take the prize. In
in the kitchen. Mrs. David drove to JacksonvilleBeach I
Charles and Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Pad Copeland Smoked
Smith:; president of the dub, last Thursday where they gett and children of Brooker. other words, friends, when you see the I

wishes to thank Mrs. Charles visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston Mrs. Beatrice pieased-as-punch smile sported by the I Lb
I Griffis is recup- man
Hulen. who was In charge of the and the Livingston chil- S SLAG BACON 29C"SuperRight"
whole affair, and anyone else dren, who are former residents I erating tion in a at Jacksonville home after hospital.an opera- in the middle, you are Idoking at one of our !

who helped. This is the last fundraising of Keystone Heights. They returned -|
j' Rev. Padgett and family were customers. Our low prices and skyhigh II I
affair for 1955-r Friday afternoon. Ac-
season Extra Lean
of the Keystone Woman's companying Schaeffers was i I! Ralph Sunday Gainey.guests of Mr. and Mrs. I I quality merchandise, plus a dash of fast, I

I I her Mrs.former Myron schoolmates Prevatt, who Mr.visited and,!i| Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green andchildren '' friendly service is enough to make a professional i WESTERN PORK CHOPS Lb 59C .
were in Bunnell I
I Sunday: i
Are All Cold Mrs John Perkins, owners of the| visiting Mr. and Mrs. G W; pessimist pleasantly propitious.

Remedies Alike? I John Perkins Beach.Apartments, Jacksonville Strickland.Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tollman I' Come in today for a treatment. : "Super-Right" Extra Lean Half or

No For example 6C6 u the wide We have been seeing the' : WholeLb
Frank ,
activity medicine, which combines 4 youngest Frank Walrath around! : : _
of the most effective, and| Mf'o: f'olt>lIIan. all of Ja<'kPONT : PORK LOIN ROAST
widely-pre- town a lot, since being dist"hargedI -I 39CGrade
acribed drugs known to relieve!; all i I
cold from the Paratroops last month. _
miarrie..ooner. 666 ia more i SCRATCH THAT ITCHI I I
putent and gives positive, dramatic. I Frank is working with Key Sar- IN JUST
"A" Dressed & Drawn
rapid relief from miseries: of ail kinds I gent this summer, until he ;, I LargeTENDER
of colds. goes It Sot pleased your 40c !tick at goy ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLEDcoMIN
hy 666 is : ..
unsurpaenrl to college. drug .te< Try Inst.nt-drying ITCH. II

1Ve oArr ia cold eflectiieneaa.Try it. I I YOU are asked to keep in mind ME la KILL NOT germs at any ON time CONTACT.of day or Fine Sight for I FAT HEENS Lb 47C
ran maid 6661rQurdor 6 6 6 the notary Fish Frv which will ..*. nazworm.U.W Tad foot Itch and ether
he atIlltl'G (D.&lec' ,
666 Cold Tablet held next Saturday the "'J. .. I
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-- APRIL 20. i9
f.'" ss-sss SSSSSSSSSSSSSpSSSSSSSp Register Association I Dorothy Ann Johns' !''Woman's: Club Elects \Vooten-Anders--- ---- -- -- Vows- New -.- .,I

Numbers Over 1 1,000 WSCS Officers I' Recent Birth
Sets Wedding Plans Officers
I Discusses Spoken In Georgia Presented At TeaThe '
Members Of
Family Floral ArrangementsThe I Hospital announces: ::10

:Methodist WSCS entertained follow irg births:

The Register Association of Department of Conservatiim Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fr.inii.iBigwell
at a lovely tea !
Florida and surrounding I
I Georgia -
t with Mrs P. T. Xolin chair- of Starke a son. Pi\.i;
; :ifornoon in the educational
states will hold its annual
I'I'l April
Gladys MootyPhone I family reunion on Sunday, April ,, 'I m,in and :Mrs. James Lewis, co- ;..'dng following the regular ,

35 29, at historic Wayfare Church i hairman, presented a aehghtful !unnthly! business meeting honorn Mr. and Mrs Billy Oscar G.1
t son r'f Starke, a daughter Lin,i.iFav.
I just south of Stockton, Ga. on .. I program on "Flower Arrangements" ;:, ,the new and prospective mem- : April 12.
1 'i "
I 'lit the Society. i \
U. S. Highway 129. at the April meeting

f- \ \ Freeman Register Sr. of Staike.! 1.ei,. the Starke Woman's Club on Tthi, \ ible was overlaid with I : of !las n".i.ilS''ie I ; linen cutwork I It
Wednesday afternoon : cloth
: president of the states I the
,. < group es following birth.Mr .-
......_ 4rw \\ ,i it'i1!
t t'
.. I week. .1 i'i: arrangement of rosesi
: that mOl than a thousand descendants '"" ; and Mrs Bernu-i! nrthKeystone ,,'
i'1,1| I li'k-pur in Dresden bowl
; a
] of Samuel and Elizabeth r-- .. Mrs Nolin presented Mi* HeitrhN! i la'w''r
: m b I J. Register are expected to Jesse Young. a member of the :> i "i 1 ,t .I11st a Dresden candle Pi'i I-I'1":: AM -"' 11.1 1.i
; .LF '! -" h'.iltr' : whuh held' burning white
attend the gathering. .. j dub and a past-president of the ', i' ,I" i \' i i ii.
'ipf-i :\rs. .\. Z.
Golden : AdKms -
\ i i Folks Huxford, of Homemlle, -, -.c r '. I, i i Starke Garden Club, who explained at the silver preiiil :': >1 ;" 1'.1"._ \: : .
L teaerwe" ,, ,
Ga, association historian and / !I details of several floral '., \, : I
: .1 I'IJ] "(!cMinsr' in servingwere Mr
Wedding : secretary of the organization, will j r arrangements that were made urfor T H !'ladt'lrs.. A. II Hatle\ i
additional information on the by members ofi
report program
Tr. Mrs'Mi'Llard! Judd MiAn- ,
Observed \ the Register descendants gathered i! the Garden Club. The arrango-1 nip; Darby and Mrs Foster Sh:

during the past )'ear. ments were designed on svmme- mlth.

By Dinner will be served on the tiital crescent modern,_ dried
Preceding the tea Mrs ;
t' and vertical :: I. P
lines. Mrs.
V church grounds at noon. All Young
Horace I members of families who are descendants ( .('so demonstrated a flower arrangement Green presided over the busm.met'ting .'>.- 'IF A MAN'S SINS DON'
in the absen.e
u -1.1 of this pioneer family: using gladioli and t prt'sident.rs.. of th. FIND HIM OUT HIS .
Henry Godwin
r either by marriage or blood kin, t.- yreenery.; Mis WIFE WILL !II i
Mays : I Jack :McComb gate the devotional *?
invited attend. Mrs C. L. i
are cordially to | Scholl president !
Mi and Mrs Silas Randolph L C. E. John.
I presided over the meeting when :Mr a'1t1Irs.: Ctrl Anders of I I'I p--e- i iI
Johns <>1 Starke announce the engagement : I sented the following slate ot I i
4 I I annual reports of all officers and Starke announce the marriage of i
Garden Club To Meet ]
I of their daughter, 1 I j officers for the ensuing year: I tI
| chairmen were given. Mrs. H H. their daughter Sylvia Jean, to Jo
Crawford I i Prt'sirl..ntrs.: .
Dorothy Ann. to Zathary 1 I.I C. D. Williams
Mon.The 'I I :
Make Corsages Adams gave the devotional. Three Wayne Woolen, son of :Mrs W. | .P..
: son of Mr and Mrs. Lonme i I i :Mrs. L. D. Green; Rer. Seiv ,
'I new members were admitted to'' C. Woolen and the late Mrs.
L. Crawford of Starke. Bradford I
Starke Garden Club will lr'l Treas.
Ann. eldest: daughter of Mr., I the club, Mrs. Loj'rce Hartmann, Wooten of Kingsley Lake :Mrs \\'. H Parks; Pecy of Promotion I Ii
hold its April meeting Monday Mrs Orrie Wiggins, and Mrs E. i
and Mrs Johns, graduated from wedding was an event of March I Mrs J. W. Andrew:
evening at 7:30 o'clock in the D. Teily Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr.I' 3 in Georgia. !
BHS, class of 54, and attendedthe Missionary Education ; I
I was reinstated. :Mrs.: Scholl :
Parish House on Church street. Florida State University.Mr. and Service Mrs. J. McComb I
hundred friends Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. May :
More than a Mrs. Charley Johns, as delegateswill j I
and relatives attended the open pause before cutting the rake Following the business meeting Crawford graduated from attend the State convention Hamburger Fry Mon. I Secv of Christian Social Relations i

house at the Horace D. May home I at their Golden Uedding celebration the members will continue their I BHS. class of '55, and is now i of the Florida Federation of 'For BSP Rushees & I..C.A.Irs, Bertha I
employed with the Dixie I Ii Pearce; Secv of Student
IJly Work.
In Hampton last Sunday afternoon la.st Sunday lessons on corsage making from Women's Clubs In Lakeland o:- '
their respects to Mr. I I :Milling Co. I i The Beta Phi Mrs. O'in White, Jr.: Secv. of
last month's program. Membersare I April 24-25. Jack Clement of Sigma sorority, Youth Work. a
and Mrs. May on their golden home of Mrs. May'a parents asked to bring flowers and 'New the Civil Air Defense asked for [ entertained new nifhees with an :Mrs Titus Olson: :
i t'rof
CorrespondentMrs. Children's '
wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hagan. materials for making corsages to j volunteers from the club to man oudooor hamburger fry Monday!i J. R Wainu Work, Mrs. The rea-Min jou should come to
:: Lois I Ii I right: Se<'v. of Spiri-i
received Coleman The Telegraph's
is ; !
The honored couple in Theressa. the Mays have lived the meeting. the local Civil Air Defense post night, April 9, at the home of tual
: Life
guests In the living room of the all of their married life in Brad- Hostesses for the evening will new correspondent for I for two hours a week. j Mrs E. A. Yancey. The members E. K. Perrvman; I ISecy us for automobile senicv is

home where they have been residing ford County. Until moving to be Mrs. F. B. Beard, chairman.Mrs. the Griffis Loop community. All Mrs S. E Simmons 1 and rushees each came dressed of Literature' and Publica- ,
elected tlons
12 years. residents of that section are invited I was In the theme Mrs C. \\ Sinclair; Secv that its quick and rxprrt, and
for the past their present home in HamptonIn Maxie Carter Sr., Mrs. I secretary, Mrs H. H. Adams i of a well knownsong. of
Supply Work. Mrs. :
to Foster Shi
Centering the refreshment table 1944 and operateda Claude Crowson, Mrs. Joe Martinez give their news items to I ;, Prize for the best costume
owned Mrs. Coleman for treasurer, and Mrs. Charley Johns, Smith: Secv of Status of Women priced right (all on us tolla)'.
three-tiered gold and white and Ira Wilson. publicationeach I j went to Mrs. Ray Taylor andi
was a farm between Hampton and .Mrs. corresponding: secretary for the :Mrs! II H. Adams; Standing Comj
cake topped with a gold loving Theressa.Mrs. i I Mrs. Ben Moxley who were drl's-1|
coming year. The slate j mittee
cup. and flanked by candles. Tall Bynum Perkins and Mrs. was presentEd !ced as "Playmates." As an added I j : Membership
by Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mrs. Charley K Johns Publicity
baskets of bronze and gold Betty May greeted guests and I entertainment feature, the song ;
i: chairman of the nominating committee I :Mrs S. G Denmark: Chairmenof !
chrysanthemums highlighted the the book while MisiBarbara titles were acted out.
kept guest : who had Circles
( as her co-chair : : Circle! 1, Mrs T 11.Slatt. .
tables where gifts were displayed. Matchett, Mrs. Sylvia A preferential tea .
i men Mrs. M. F. Brown honoring Circle 2
I ani Mrs. !' : Mr.s J II. Fields I
and refreshments of punch and Cox. Mrs. Margaret Hinson, and new rushees of the Will j
j I* I). Vinin!!'. The president anc. sorority i Circle\ 3. Mr.s. Lloyd J Green
cake were served to guests. Mrs.: Peggy Gasklns assisted with I I II ice-presidents will remain the be held! Sunday, April 22 from' Circle 4, :Mrs Edward W. Srhaw

Baskets of yellow gladioli dec. serving. i same as the past year. I 4 to 5:30: pm. at the home 0t1[lI i Mrs H :M. Richarde
was in \
orated the porches and hallway. Among the out-of-town guests Hear that Clyde and Bessie was 5 years old on Apr. 16 observed -I Mrs. W. II ICollman announced I Mrs Maxie Carter Jr. on Kings-j I charge of the program and pre- ('
Mr. and Mrs. May have a 'I
Mrs. Wilma Lambertof present for the occasion were Colson are managing the suwan-I -occasion at a family that the annual May Breakfast'j I ley Lake. [ sl'ntedIrs.. Bertha "earce who' "

daughter Silver, Md. and three Mr. and Mrs. Blanton Owsley and nee store over in Lake I dinner party Bradley Dale will be held May 9, and plam \ A model meeting honoring new 1 gave a report on the conference I.

Springs. daughter Anne, High Springs: coming home here over the weekends Carter who was one year old on are already under way to make i iI I I rusheea will be held at the hom i held at Daytona Beach last week I
Roseoe Hyattsville, I II
Md.sons;, Cluade May May, Hampton; and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Spivey and note that W. M. Carter April 12 celebrated with a party I I it one of the outstanding social I: of :Mrs Howard Meyer on New The secretary Mrs Bradford. Did You Know? I II

Wilson May Gainesville. AU were Mrs. Bessie Andrews of Ft. formerly with Canova's, 13 now for 12 of his little friends events of the club jear.At I I RIanding Road Monday night, read an invitation from the Murray -

Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eddy on the pharmacist staff at also there for the party, which April 23, at 8 o'clock. Hi'l Methodist Church invit-I
present for the reception Sunday. the close of the meeting I i I
and Elder Harry Eddy of Waldo: Koch's Orrie Hutchins is I was held at the home of bin: the friends and members of the
as well as four of six grandchildren members and guests were
and Mr and Mrs. Fred May, working at Lady Fair on Fridaysand i parents, Mr and Mrs. Maxie give .. BP\V Elects Officers Rtarke church to attend the W I Aspirins and similar pain !kilh-rs
and two great grand I gifts of potted plants made
Patsy and Lois Moody all or Saturdays and Teressa Crosby Carter, Jr. at Kingsley Lake, were I IT: I J. C"' iirchwcll Day in Jacksonvilleon are harmful to jour bnd '. Constipation -
children. Two prftnJsons Dick by :Mrs A. R. Norman and Mrs 1
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LaCrosse. assisting her sister, Lucile aunt Mrs. Wallace Faulk and 1 Miss Della Rosenberg 'Iect-I :May 27. nenousness and heart
May and Lynn Moore in service is his I P. T. Nolm. i was (
Mrs Fred :Moore: and sons, Mr. Mundorff, in Colonial Florist .1 'hildren of Jax Vivian Garcia Refreshments wen 1',1 l 10r> }-:7 president of the Stakc .! ailments are \<*ry often due to
were unable to be present. served during the social hour bthe the
> use of these .
'I and Mrs P. II. Moody, and Mrs Kidd, former Starke I celebrated her 16th birthdayat ; BPW Club at the April meetinsr drugs.Pain :
Married on April 15, 1906, atiAD Bunny I hostess committee: Mrs. Xo :
Ann Stewart of Palatka: T. ( resident, called her sister, a semi-formal dance in the held Monday n'ght' Other TUNE IN is natures
: j i lin Mrs James Lewis, Mrs. C. F naming: signal -
Roundtree of Orange Heights; I ence Flynn one evening last Flor'l F.nlistedll'n's: Club at Blanding 'l Ward Mrs George Kaufmann !, cers elected were: Mis,< -' om-I that jour body| is not functioning -

Mr and Mrs J. B. Dixon Jack- from San Bernardma, Calif. last Friday evening with 50 enjoying :Mrs V. V. Hazen, :Mrs. Herber 1 Jennings 1st vice president: WMIJR-TV Chan. I l'rtll'rl). Instead of

somille; Mrs. J. P. Crews, and really burned up the wires I the affair. H: A, Hall. 2nd vice president couTing the uilh
they I up pain drugs
Thomas :Mrs. E K. Perrvmar I Friday. April 20 !
i :Mis Tate Powell Macclenny; with gossip, not having talked Coming events: the Eastern 'Jr..T n flop. re"nrdng secretary -' you should ha\e a Chiropractor
Mrs P. D. Fanchcr. Sr., ( !)
Mrs OO-J:30
i : !) I' M.
Mrs. :May Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. to one another for three years Star is having bake sale on !: I' : Miss MaoVe Miel-IVton mrsecre'arv locate anti remote the cause of
I | L. Beasley, and Mrs L Hillen
I Millard F. Vickers. Rita Garris'l }.fa j. Kidd, who is stationed in i Ca'l St. this Saturday AM: the I rp"no..din ; Mrs Ern't pain.

__=- t.za I Rvhard D. Minard. :Mr. Calif., will he spending weekend :MYF is also hiving: a bake sale i I' dahl. I II !; Phlllinq!'; treasurer amiJr<: HEARFor

ill. .\. :\I..Donald, Mrs. Arty Yar-: | the latter part of this monthin j Saturday morning in front of I I i Dorothy Milnpr' or and Mr Rcma\t the CAI'SK and th*.

Sunday, llondaTuesday btnu -h and children, and Mr. an! Macon and Atlanta on business Slade Gas Co., and the young Haislop Reunion Held I Anita Ouerio. auditors (pain Mill disappear.Reineiiibcr ( .
April 22. :23 21 ,
DOLJILE FKATUHE; : :Mrs Wilson May and sons all and while there will visit folks will also b" washing cars I Sunday At City Park i! President Doyle annonmed I tint\ ('hir<>i'r
.I of Gainesville. his nieces, Betty Ann Phillips and at the Tennis Courts Saturday ]I i the insh nation of new (,'ficPr'' FARRISBRYANT mo\i tincausti so M* your

FOX FIREIn I I :Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe May of :Martha MtClane Herb Thomas I'! afternoon on Election Da"1' A reunion was held in the I, will be held in the Garden Restvi- I (,liir
TECILMCC.LOU Hvattsville :Md. and Mrs.Vilma De'1t Sunday an UtUi Juno I Lambert. Silver Springs :Md., arrived Giants' baseball I refreshment I May 21. with District '
Russt-11 and Jeff Melbourne at the tv will sponsor a I for members of the Haislop fam- I Him'"!

Chandler: I Saturday evening to bewith training camp where he signedup : stand on Ca'l Street I ilv About 150 friends and relatives -': Margaret Lirkoiiof ..Fwkson'illc'Beach !

-AND- j their parents. for another year as a Giant i i The giijs' chorus line of the I enjoyed the bountiful dinner as! installing officer BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

White Witch Doctor i i :Mr: and Mrs. May expressedtheir scout I j I variety show being planned bv which was spread on long I Reservations were made h\

In TKCIIMCVJLOK; I i iWith appreciation for the many Joyce Bolton, Pat Hobbs and ,' the Junior Woman's Club win I tables set up in the park. j members for the d'strict meetme

gifts and cards received, and are spending meet In the club building Thurs* to toP held
Robert Mitt.hum and Su.anILy I Melissa Stallmgs ;' Those enjoying this occasion j at Jacksonville Beach I Governor CLINIC
ward |i other kindnesses shown by friends Friday and Saturday in Orlando dw and Fiidav nights at 7:30 were Mrs. Sally Tison, ::\lrs'l I on Sunday. April 29.

and relatives on their anniversary the Fla. Scholastic I aid Saturday afternoon at 2 .1 3 Blocksorth of Post Office
attending Bob Haislop One
member. Mrs Lillian:
( 111." Color Cartoon for ChildrenjWed. I Laura Mosley I new
celebration. will All members of the chorus are "THE MAN WHO CANT In Starke
Press Conference where they : family. Fred Haislop and family, Pearson. was introduced to tin

., Thur. April 2.;>, 26 I get material and ideas for next'' asked: to attend every rehearsal :Mr and :Mrs Alton Dobbs. Mrs. ETOlin and fnl1r>utn
DOU15LE FEATURE \Vl\1 U Circle year's school Annual Carolyn possible' fin order to Keep limbered Inez Kelley Mr and :Mrs: Fred- 'ssio'1. rpfr""n'E'nt er\ed ( Pol.l\'. .\uthori.I'IIn .
-I Nice to .\ .i..twt team Baths!
Stars and Stripes and James High are spending several -i' up. you know) die WaUerson. Mr. and Mrs. bv the ho fl..qsps. Mr A L Campaign Treasurer)
Helen Masters Circle of the Va. whero' : Harold (PigPavir: bark
I weeks in Bellwooil I rAe James Starling, Mr and Mrs harley: and Mr! Dolh Sullivan
Forever I First Baptist WMU: met this week he is working for the Seaboard home after a long tour of duty Calvin Ward, Joyce Ward, Mr

LN TKCIIXICOLOR: with Mrs. Richard Lawson. Mrs. R. R. Edna Prevatt, Mildred' in Korea Hear that the artistic and Mrs. Tiny Ijovell and daughter -

With Clifton \\cbb i F. B Beard gave an interesting St. John and Joe Sistrunk will! talents of Adele Scholl have Rev and Mrs W E. HallMr RefiedfeGf by Popular Demand

i, program on the Xorth American attend the Grand Chapter OEP: brought her another honor M Phillips and
AND : and :Mrs.: C. fct. I__ Vs. Ikk. *. >*
WALT IISNEY'STORMY ;; I Baptist Women's Union, assisted state convention in Miami Apr. 'I Seemthat the Woman Student'sAssociation son. Sen. and Mrs Charley E / .

| by Mrs. M. M. :Morgan and Mrs. 21-27 have you spotted that' at the U of F sponsored -I Johns and family, Mr and Mrs

i J. A. Griffin. Mrs. W. B. :Mundy I"real gone" white Thunderbirdj a campus-wide contest fora Preston Filleman and family of

1'luH Cartoon for Children | gave a talk on Indians. with the red and white upholstery ] desist for a WSA key At Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haislopand

I that Jo and Lowell Mathews are the annual awards banquet Monday of Jacksonville, Mr and

Fri.. Sat. April 27. 28DOUULE | B\KK. S\LK sporting around in these davs'j I night it was announced that sons and family of
I A bake sale will be held Satur- I Mrs Fouracker
FEATURE . Trying to figure out which our own Adele, a Junior at the and Mrs Bailev
div the : ,
: morning by Eastern Stai :
House Of Bamboo ( is the flashiest, their car or their University had submitted Ilia and family of Brvceville ""
I In front of Barksdale's, I I' Boyd
starting lost and found prizewinning$101 design of
matching caps :Mrs. Jim Haislop ,
CIXEMscori: I I at 9:45: o'clock.Window. Mr. and
With Robert Ryan and Robert I dept someone left a walking i! The association had never had a Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. J. Missar.of '

Stack cane in the Harry Mooty's front | key before, ana the one designed Tampa. :Mrs Charles Morgan

AM) I Cleaning yard owner may have same | by Adele will become the stand- and daughter of Tampa, Mr and TUBlllSS TIRE SAllGOODiiE4R

by calling for it there I ard to be used in future years Mrs D. Massaro of Tampa Mrs
Two Fisted Sheriff Reasonable Prices it wi'l! be worn by those rendering Mr
Sorry to hear that Rev. Tom Rafe Bowen of Plant City

With Chariot fctarrett Outside Only 30e up Mitchell is ill in St. Luke's hospital -I outstanding service among womenon and Mrs Donald Kellev and sons ; .
Plus Serial 8 and Cartoon the
'hap. W S. AGNEW. Prop. als0 regret that Bill Soto I campus little'heat of Tampa. Mr and Mrs. Sammy
Needing for
Fur Children a
your Mr. and Mrs
!93 Cherry SL Starke, Fla I is confined in a TB hospital for : home these late-season coolish Guerra of Tampa.
three months his address is: I F:. Armstrong! of Orlando Mr
"t'.. mornings Well
> you might Leslie Brown and family .
--- -- I i I care of \Vm. T. Edwards Hospital :and Mrs %-
''j I 2323 Phillips Rd., Tallahassee | try bottling up a little at somo -} of Ocoee, Mr. and Mrs William '

David Silcox and Charles I j these political rallies now in B'unt' of Baldwin. Mrs / ..

Chambers had their tonsils out i I progress every Tuesday and Fri- (''aude Moore of Tamna Mr and 'UBIUSS SuperCushionA

in Bradford Hospital on Tuesday! night Spec they'll get Mrs 7eal Norton of Niland Calif .
warmer and warmer as fay ? '
five more on the measles list I ;Mr and :Mrs: !>f. N Norton of .5
approaches and it won't be
this week :Martha Deas. Peggy i' South l'Mp. Calif JOlt MosVv of

Yancey, Larry- De\rick, and Tim I lon? now See you at the .Ti<'k<=om-lle, Mr Leila Mundy big success last time -
next (rally. that is)
and Jan Thornton happy to : ,' I Mrs! Leona app. and others

SALES LADIES hear that Gerry Gibson returnedto I Carolyn Offered again-atwfr '

school Monday after being
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i home a week with an injured

FOR j eve received when he ran into aI Hear Bobby McNattYOUTH Here's the tire that fraturr ,

I bush Goodcar's exclusive 3-'!' Inpit .

i Hear that Jean and John :Mixon Tempered Cord and Grip.S. aiConstruction ,

NEW% DEPARTMENT STORETO j and children have moved from EVANGELISTOf for extra prot'it.oi Plus recappa tax hi and. tirt I.

..1 j the Davis garage apartment to against blowouts and puncturM A 6 JO II 15 _

I the PeeWee Williams house at Winter HaHn, Fla tough, durable tread with Stop--

520 St. Clair St. the James Notch Design for quid,-action traction.

OPEN SOON IN STARKE Testermans have moved to 73\ It's the best tubrlrss UK buy '

N. Walnut St. Glen and Nina 3 BIG MEETINGS .. : j in ton. Get yours NOW! \. OTHER SIZES '.

Sanders have moved back to the I II ALSO LOW PRICED $ ;

Experience Not RequiredAPPLY Howard cottage on Map'.e: St. I I
I and :Mary Jane and Jack Griffin Fri., Sat., Sun. FITS YOUR PRESENT WHEELS-WO EXTRAS TO BUY

I and daughter, Kathy, of Lake APRIL 20, 21, 22 YOUR OLD TIRES ARE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT t I'
I City are occupying the Sauls ,
PAY A3 WILE A3 $1.25 A WEEK ;
i i I cottage at 612 Lake St. Jack ":15 P.M. -

SATURDAY APRIL 21ST Nat'l Guard Mrs. W. S.

?!ade Ca. will return Church of Christ T$ .. '
of Douglas. w////://////';;/'"// ""'/'/ ;/ ///W'/////////o//'I//////.o//hZ////4 tIIII' ///' /// W
here next Tuesday to reside in ///,//// :" ,:,/// //////' ./////////////-.m/// / //$ m; 7M.w mW' // / I.". ,'l'//// ,,:,,, '

her new home on E. Call St. st. Clair St Starke Service Station
John and Sonja Anderson entertained GOODMAN'S

seven couples at a dinner -
Call I Street and Court Street party Thursday evening of Bobby :McNatt is now 13 years old and has been preach. let SEEn !l D. GOODMAN

last week for Bobby Biggs whois in? since he was S. Don't miss this opportunity to hear U. S. 301 at South City Limits

Starke Florida home on leave before going this inspiring youth evangelist. i i t Starke, Fla.PAGE .

I overseas Billy Brown, who .

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I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Norman I Mrs. H. P. Moye of Orlando is :i Mr and Mrs. B. F. Grimes and r Recent Birth .I PHKClNfT %" t- ""' TH "TIHKKn Cl.-rk-Milltr Lrxis: Jut...- IvpCrrtrude

spent Thursday to Sunday in Miami visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. S. :' son of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs Frow; Stricklandof !,5'rkL.! M ,..J..n.Jfcift p.--Enh"--- And'r".n.Helen'urt's i Genet Huk1., lir"lli\ 1.
attending the Florida Educational -j New comb and family. Elmer Lewis and daughters of.. 'tme M II. nn'ark.: Seet-tr I> Goodman -
annual meeting. I Rouganxillo Gardenias and Kirgsley LaKe announce the K "I'uirs.ir J.-ne. l.ired A.Parker I'UE( 11'n.. '-IIIIO IKIU
Assn. Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof
:birth of a son. Stewart Frow. on Ki.-h H Hr"oia '. .'I..rk-Ia\ld! ilrf. n. !PMThomas >
Mrs. J. M. Prevail of Jacksonville Ilihisrii in bloom at SKtrunks.' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dyal and |I Hi\Spltal.l It Hamilton. J K. P""o.ll'
14 in Vincent's
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Mrs. Effie Johns and Mrs. R. F. son. Jimmy, in Hampton. j jMr i April .'I..rl.-.L\.n.t Mxhl I.biff StiT.' i! -p ;IX wardi.r. Ha>"', $r.. Albert Knu -' I h' :

J. H. Fields. :| Young spent Saturday shopping'in : and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsj j Ronald M il'iffiv: Anna .'.I..,. Jwelle I
Gainesville. IJAhK. 5 tf.F I H. Xnegel. I'Ura P lluz.n.Chessie : By Order of th.- B"al..f.- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Xoegel and son Dennis, spent Sunday :.i n
I The Methodist Youth Fellow- M n.\ri'k. ;nomn'i; : ". rBra.lf..nl. C. ..nt'
C IN THE NEWS had weekend at their I Mrs. MaTne was called at Jacksonville .
as guests { Toomey I afternoon with friends ship will hold a bake sale Saturday Florida. this !-th gas ..f \,.r-
home at Kingsley Lake Mrs. J.IS. to Chicago. Ill. by the serious Bearh. i'i6.I .
morning starting at 10 I'I..rk-I-.rr."t B. Dan-, InspClarem I 'vFiel.ll. :< :AL)
I V Harbin and Mrs. Bennie Ste-i i illness of her brother who died } Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Knightof o'clock in front of Slade Gas Co. e J.. Frazier Call 1Egtuila I June-, i rilAUI.KS .\ AUI'\\ .

Mrs George Flynn Jr and Mrs It. M Lee and daughter, phenson and daughter Barbara. on April 13. I Gainesville were guests: of on W. Madison street. Members I j P. t.erts. i I'liTk: .'ir. lilt (' :,.rr : 4 ..

,-hildren of Tampa spent last week Nancy, returned to their home in of Vero Beach, Garvin Harbin of':' Miss Dorothy Masters is back ] Mrs. D. E. Knight Sunday after- of the MYF will also! wash car; PnEtlTa.. 5-IHMIMONCerk

with Mr and Mrs. Flynn, Sr. Bedford Village. N. Y. on Tuesday Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer), home from Bradford County j i noon. at $1 a car at the tennis court in \U\u.-ll.! -C. P.. Wad'w.rthInsp: ". -m. When 1aJ"inltera- I.,
Unih M H..p.nn.-li.l
Mr and Mrs. Carl Anders spent I after a month's \'isitith Spencer of Lake City. 1 Hospital where she underwent Mrs. J. R. Kelly and son, Roger : front of the County Jail Saturday I.. Watt- r.nn.riirtiMi. M tions or additions To

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and : an appendectomy on Thursday of spent Sunday afternoon \'ISitinJ.1 afternoon from 1 to 5:30: o'clock | .. Your Home Call I

G.V Teston in Jacksonville. Dowling. daughter Janice, of Lake City I last week. I her mother Mrs. Allie Driggerp I I'I.rk-d.: :. \It.li'I"\'-'i. m:i''in.-:', \V. I

Mrs. Claude Moore and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Morris Steiner I were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Effie Johns spent Sunday ''I in Lake Butler. POLITICAL L ..1 I Iirx ,I. -i I'll" v c I I'- iI. Joe Martinez

Mrs Preston FilUnan of Tampa''' and children of Jacksonville were Mrs. E. M Long. I' in Raiford with Mrs. Bessie Sapp. I Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and I I. -,i' M I "h.ni-. (Phone 2.57JALVAREZ' : I II

I J I Denton Devoe is getting along II Mr. and Mrs. N. X. Norton, and i daughter, Linda, of Crescent City ] ANNOUNCEMENTS' 'UI'\ :-\.:\\ m\i.ii
were weekend guests of Mr. and Mr and Mrs I.
visiting E. Clark
I nicely after being confined in Mr. and Mrs. Zeal Norton left I were Sundiy visitors of Mr. and'
Mrs \V R. Haislop \ on Sunday {j last II | Foil ""' 1001. 1111 \It It I
Bradford County Hospital Tuesday for their home in South :, Mrs. Paul Hutchins. J
I III..ntH'1" .Men's
KOI it Clothing
weekvith pneumonia. I Gate, Calif after spending a I Frank Herlong of Saluda S. C. j I .mi a and il.it>' f ,r c I ilil:II STORE II!I!
I Bouganlilla, Hibusrus, Cro- month with in "'".Hd! :M.-ml.T fr..Mi, L l '-'i. f Established 1S91 :
relatives Tampa. Dr. M. B. Her-
is the of
guest ; ,
W. S. WALT SIBLEYSolicits I (ThtT.i.. 11.11111'1"11 .ui'l, i :rll,, i I
( ) plant\
I toni Begonias and other Orlando, and Starke. They are :! long and family while Mrs. Frank ; and Ci.nntatUrKi'; If. !L.t 1.1!
at SistrunUs. i making the return :, will work to maintain .ur S.ihi'n
trip by way is confined in St.
Herlong \'in-I wav of living Will wurk f"r! Ih'betterment '
Your Vote and Support for I Sgt. and Mrs. Vernon Underhill i, of Rome Ga, Enid, Okla., and !; cent's Hospital for a checkup.Mr. I of our" h.+ul-.r I In-

I and baby, stationed at Homestead Walsh, Colo. I: and Mrs. E. L. Matthews! I' fat buildings iliti--. and our to..du.iml.r."I.ati..n and I r. !'.., ,.i NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300

rI SCHOOL BOARD I are home on two weeks! Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hair'I' ended Centennial Convention of | tion pr..gram.111 all\ln..I..t., v oi,

r ; leave with his parents. Mr. and and daughter. Ann, of Lake City :! the Florida Historical Society at | your Mippurt vine during on May the;....am,1, i PROMPT COrilTEOUS: CONFIDENTIAL

DIST. 4 (VOTED ON COUNTY-WIDE) Mrs. Paul Underhill. were visiting Mrs. Annie Hollings- the Ponce de Leon Hotel In Sin i .erflv.W. I

20 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER AND Mr and Mrs. Donald Kelly and i worth and daughter. Penny on.i Augustine last Friday and St.1 S. (Walt XL-; MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.

I BUSINESS MAN. MARRIED, TAXPAYER, MEMBER I sons of Tampa and Mrs. Raiford I Sunday I!I day.
k,s OF METHODIST CHURCH, SHRINER. Brown of Plant City were week Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy''i Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton I land |I \u'rl..ll'1'I.IT'III1'1)It( I: OF I\TIMKIN 11'I.>i\ht. : 21S W. University Ave. Phone FK6-5.1.1: : :)

AMERICAN LEGION. IF ELECTED WILL WORK end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton and family spent Sunday after- Miss Madge Middleton spent |i HIM II \lIla; : Gainesville; Fla.
Dobbs. noon in Gainesville with Mrs.
Sunday in attending
Hortense. Ga. ..
In Omrt f the County JutlK'.
4j PROGRAM AND MAINTAIN OUR SOUTH Mr. and Mrs. William Briscoe I, Charles Hardy, Sr. and Mr. and ;:, the Methodist Church homecoming. ]' Hrudfiird tiiunl). Male!' of Flori
of Valdosta, Ga. were weekend Mrs. W. H. Bryan and family. | da.
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col- Mrs. O. W. of Brooker: -
guests Barry Mrs. Garl Mathews had as din In r<- the E"lat..t EPWAIIlilUlAPFOKP : 1
(Pd. PoL .\d\.) Is spending this week with her i ner guests Sunday in celebrationof SIMI'POX.: I>.-.-.. -rd. I
son.Mrs. TO ALL WHOM IT :'oIA'o"EH: :-; I
P. S. Denmark has spent daughter Mrs. J. E. Hardy and her birthday anniversary, :Notice i is. hereby given that lrbvcca you're a busde-bowed princess I
the past ten days with Mr. and family. I j and Mrs. Virgil Mathews, lr'l[ Jane Simpson has filed ht.rI [
I final report as Executrix of
=- ff Mrs. Joe E. Thomas in Crescent I Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flink of Atlantic ,I i, estate of Edward Bradford Ih"l I

City and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jr. of Miami were MCRae'1 ) Beach and Mr. and Mrs. son deceased; that she has filed f .
'I petition fur final discharge, and that J
Vote ForD Ward in Jacksonville.Mr. I and Mrs. McRae Sr. and family I Lowell Mathews of Starke.Mr. she uill apply to the
Mrs. Bernard Cohen j, Theron A. Yawn, County t
and I on Saturday. : and Mrs. H. B. Kelly of I I Bradford County, Florida JlUnOrabl"j
left Saturday for their home inj I Mrs. C. J. Houpt went to Lakeland Gainesville were Monday evening 21-t day of May, 1956 for

B. (DICK) THOMASFOR Aberdeen, Md. after two weeks on Wednesday to visit her, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. of Executrix same and of for final discharge as I
estate of Kdward
visit with her parents Mr. and I father, S. J. Douberly, who I is ; R. Kellv. Bradford Simpson, deceased on this
Mrs. Wesley Andrews. confined in Morrell Memorial Little Karen Hutchins 1'1 i visit- Uth day of April 1956.Heberca '
Jane t) )f'si .
CONSTABLE. District One :Mr. and Mrs. Glen Corwin of I Hospital. in? her grandparents. Mr. and : of the Simpson.KxtTUtnx estate of s

Newfane, N. Y. and Tampa aresnending' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs. L. S. Smith in Ocala this Edward Bradford Simpson, deceased
ten days with Mr. and daughters Gail and Marian wero week. 4/?O -It 5III1T1'I
(Lawtey, South Starke North Starke) I
Mrs. Raymond Howe. 'I C'rotons and Bogonia at 813- i Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. Carrie I
:\ :
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walters trunks.at Ritch and Miss Annie Ii
He will protect our school children entering and leaving and daughter Claire, of Reeds-) the University of Georgia : visited Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Darby in :NOTICE is hereby given: that the ,i

school busses in northern part of the County. vide Ga. and C. H. Walters ofj"' Athens, Ga. over the weekend !, Jacksonville on Wednesday. i follow Ing been Clerks appointed and for InspectorsIhase the first I 1

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and visiting Mrs. Jimmy Rowe. I I I I Ii i PrimarEI"1lon to .be held' Tuesday -
lie will NOT interfere in North or South Starke unless I May 8, .\.11.. I95S in the \arI ,
Mrs. E. D. Tenly on Saturday Mrs. E. K. is in i I I
Perryman I
asked to accompany the Sheriff. You have police pro- afternoon. Miami this week visiting her City To Place Siren : lous Florida precincts: of Bradford County. i r

tection and deputy sheriff. Lawtey and north end of Mrs. Ada Alexander and ,I sister, Mrs. C. F. Sayles. i!Atop New TankThe I rIU'T: I1,111TE1rierkEdgar : t

our County needs, protection.Pd. daughter, Wilma, and Mrs. Cula i Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. ': !( I'. Wilkinson; Insp.- vi v-- r

( Pol. Adv.) I Coran spent Thursday of last II j spent the weekend with her parent Staike fire siren is to be i' Ernest Henry c I B.. WamuriKlit Wells, Hubert. James E. Priest L. 1 1t w

week in Jacksonville with Mrs., !!. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencerin mounted atop the city's new I Waters Arthur ,'. I'earce. ..,

I Alexander's aunt, Mrs. Eulalia I Orlando. I water tower located between rnF.i\rr \o.-F111t'rrl' ''I'\lt.: r-

McCranie. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram of I Temple Avenue and the Bradforc. lla>. !shift'

'Jl_ .: .-- .- !. <<: I J Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez ;'II Scffner were weekend guests o' County Jail when the tank ii. Thelma Clerk-Albert A. binkins.Lee Crosby.."t..n Jr ; It.Insp.F. t
1 and family of Fort Myers spent i Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges. completed early in May, it was, Jordan. James R. Chasteen. Kath- t( o

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Morgan Ruharde of the disclosed this week by Light an, lien A. Montieth, Shtllie A. Hall, .;:- --::

II flEJT3I1''J U. B. Alvarez and family. | State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. '' Power Superintendent Riley Was- i Winkter.ighl ii i .'
Mrs. Grace Hale of Fort Lauderdale !, .T. H. Hitch of Starke are spending : shift rI -
din.The { i
is staying at the home of from Thursday to Monday in moving of the alarm was "'. .1"J"I.I. |/1".1\| | ., ,I' .1.-
I( M \l .Ml' II K '1 i: :
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Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez during j Newton Ga. with Mrs. C. the fire !
suggested by department .
Dedicated To Community Service rr.; ii '1,1 1l! !II' i ,
"Movies Are Better Than E\er" the confinement of her mother, j Ha'l. I I because of the more centralib: I !I' I y.a 7 e
Mrs. Hattie Lee in Bradford i[ Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards location of the new facility which

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I! County Hospital. i'I I: Il'ldfrs.. Leah S. Baunknight of will make it audible to volunteer

cut ad out and present it to Hot Office for FREE TICKETS !; Attending the National Guard I I T1ckCnn'ir4'I'e Sunday guestsi ', firemen scattered over a wide:

I cofVrntionin Miami Beach this i I Ii i I of Mrs. W. H. Stnith and MissI i area than is reached by the pros't'nt -
SATURDAY APRIL 21 DOUBLE FEATURE I weekend will be Mjr. and Mrs.H :I lute! Strnth. installation..

i M Hatcher. Jr., C\VO and |I Mr. and -Mrs.' R. M. Carswell I Wasdin revealed that a r.tfln'

:Mis R. G. Paterson, Capt. and !, and family of Waycross. Ga. and mast serving mobile main .:>>
Mrs! Robert Jackson. Capt. and j i \Ir!;. A- N. Carswpll of HomrrI j ante units of the Florida P..W.Tj

\1' .I II. Johnson Lt. Col. and I I! y !lle. Ga. wore overnight guests j 11ntt Light company will also hi

M'I.: A. Griffin and Mjr. Wil- I' Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. placed on the new tower The

rv.Ptanford.: Lance. i old water tank where the ant .
Gardenias and I Garl Mathews underwent surgery .
HUIIallilI, >
nna is now located is to h> L
: Ililtiscus i in Mourn at !SistnmUx.Fl I at the Bradford County | dismantled when the new. om 8

I Si.injury and Rev. W. S. Mc- along nicely. 3L
I p )y 'r uI e
I Altlfy attended the spring meet- Supt. Sinclair Bryant and Jim You Hate Trouble I I z. a

-.. tog of the Suwannee Presbyteryat Hitch of the State Farm are in With Your Lights or
LEONARD got sTlle the Highlands Presbyterian i Baltimore Md for ten days at- ,,- M, I' III -I I \ I.Ml I I.L\
Fixtures Call
ftracttto S '" -
KNOT IEVUI GJMD DRAYSON ADAMS.IRVING WAUACEAM I Churc-h in Gainesville on Tuesday. I tending Warden' Conference

LMpg 2u f++..fIj ,, HPV McAliley served as moderator. Mr and Mrs Wayne KI'of Joe Martinez ll,M.1.\ 11 I iiMiii"- ii.i, !,:1. i \i..-iiit;- -1'1'1. M ..illi'I| lillM.ilfeilli -

) ,, I I Palatka were Sunday guest ofMr. Phone ?:17-.l ImtioiiUlnli- |>iiiir| limit-Hints llit rmiiui.il ujxlit
and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and Mrs. Darrell Key. I
II (..IIII.IIt.I'a. k IpLrat. An any hour delight in LtI\\CIH.ill's
."p called to Reynoldsville, Pa. I
ill- (. the serious
1,1 Thursday by .. ..
J tl "<...... of Mrs. Stefanelli's father Sia\- Ire>li longer, launders easily, lakes" little or no iron.

= Fiiirim' Caruso, who is ill with 7 'r / ; Na\y. turquoise. olive, copper, red, pink:, Llue
At While! their parentsare t.
IIf, >dl..w. Sites 7 to 15.
\ 1 gone, Elissa Stefanelli is staying -

tNSPAPtpTh with the X. S. Dankels and I j 56-95

.Sf1R St r ."" Raymond is staying with the
lug Frazier Shaws.
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Nollman > } ,

were in Jacksonville on business t f

Tuesday, and they also visited I af I Ship i S are fyr
A A I ;
REPUBLIC PICTURE : the Crosby H. Dawkins while ,.
there. } r '
i i Miss Mary Brownlee of Balt'I '- ; / Touch Go* \

Plus "Cat That Hated People" Cartoon and Chap. 13 Seria:I : more. Md. will spend the weekend -

I with her mother Mrs. H. L s' i I i ,1
: Bnnvnloe and family. easy-minded
Dr. C. II. Bollinger of Starka \
and Dr. C. R. Hook of Melroso middy fX r )

THE LAST HUNTWith attended the Georgia State Chiropractic \ ry ) >

Convention in Macon, Ga. I TOP TUNING I

last Friday and Saturday.Miss L
Patsy Smith of Jackson- PATENTED I I 4
grandmother vile spent the, Mrs.weekend Kirby with Smith.her f SPOTLITE DIAL/ I 'I II I II

A ftf'ndingth!' Roberts family HIGH VOLTAGE I I I,

reunion at the home of Mr and -' I I II.
4 :t CHASSIS-16s00volts(
yl{ li. P i., Mi* L E. Roberts in St. George of picture I.
0't this Sunday will be Mrs. I1 power I I
t' I '..t.tI't' +
Pauline Torode Mrs. J. W. An- k CINE'BEAM* I i I I
dreus. Mr. and Mrs. John Torode 9 i ; !

and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin t CINE-IENSE ; I )
I I t.1 a,
Torte and family, all of Starke. \
4.,4 :Mr and Mrs George Roberts Sr I ; FRINGE-LOCK : -Iye-
: Q a
\ # and Mrs. Effie Miner of Lawtev CIRCUIT NEW
Model X2257HU
Mrs Riley Wasdin and diueht.T ... I r
; Removable .
1, ) Linda were in Jacksonville THE BISCAYNE. 21-inch o"J"
Chopping on Monday.Mis console with great ZENITH PROTECTIVE GLASS _o ,It

Charles Mvers and daugh features. Equipped with BIG 100INCH
r t'randi., of Southern Pin easy-rolling casters. These SPEAKER

-Y. >C ('. are spending this week with colors: Wolout, Mahogany AUTOMATIC WASHER ,

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Junitn or Blond Oak colors. only +6sl rj
a tT Smith Lighted pushbutton se$199.95 -

$ th$ Mrs. G. W. Brown of Tallahassee Li f.JlITH lection of wash and rinse 17c

is spending few days this water temperatures! I 1

Stewart) ('ranser; and Dennis Padgett ( week at her cottage on Kingsley'''1i Qt_ Two-cycle timer for all."Ith II t

Plus "Little Audrey Riding Hood" Cartoon 1 Lake.I i iI Trade fabrics full partial I \
Mrs. All! Channels ,
I H. J. Waters returned I \
I I home Wednesday from the Ala- t: i loads! All porcelain inSide I : /
Tues. Wed. April 21, 23 Thurs Fri 26 ; Guaranteed Trade $70.00 i I % f
April 27MGM'i chua General Hospital where she and out! Your choice / -

.. underwent surgery last Friday. I : They're going overboard for the middy overblouse: ;
: '... .( ....... t' of Hotpoint colors!
TERROR Mrs. L. A. Jackson of Greens- i with collar battened down (pardon,buttoned down ) .
'Kismet 'mE i: boro. X. C.. visiting her daughter A complete line of new 1956 :7JtN teleisior i
1eVER '1 IQ9STi I in back! Ship'n Shore docs this jaunty new version il II
Mrs. M. H. .
TEXAS! Sheppard and
f in ONEMASCOPf end COlOtl family $149.95 And Up $1 I nubby woven gingham stripes that wash bright,

HawardKEElAnnBlYTHDnloresGRAYicDAMONE t Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbs and a With Trade i need no ironing or a mere hint. Sizes 23 to 06. .

., srgtT! Children. Richard and Darlene. ; See oilierutflandvd ncu. Ship'n Shored! .
/ 1 snot Saturday and Sunday in
t' fftt EAR8AM
wrttw3OUY.SthmaCABOT 1 BARRY'HALE i Tallahassee visiting Mr. Hobbs' Winkler Electric Service

mother. Mrs. G. M. Bedenbaugh. DADDI1' "The Store
Plus "Beauty and Hull" !:! Charles Tatum of
| Boynton
Plus "Guided; Muscle" Cartoon Reel Special Beach spent Wednesday with his 1% U L) I) I 11 3 Of Values'KID.U' -
.. i sister, Mrs. Merrill Strutli and : 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 116 Starke, Flu
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9......... Y9........,.. I were in Mawlenny last Sunday t

i afternoon. J
\ I Mrs. Effie Miner, with Mrs.

I Pauline Andrews Torode Sr. of and Starke Mrs., attended J. W. i I: To and

T.y :MM. Joyce T. Flitch the funeral of Mr. Bloc RobertsI flAftDh7flI AllfliIfl PETE MAE!

uatauaauauuuauaallugh I I Live Oak last Saturday. i i

Jr., principal The Joe Starling family, Mr
B Ingrain Mrs. James Starling and U, IWV .
"r Lawtey Jr. High, attended the and MI ULRI
F'or ia F.du..al1tJn Association in Mr. and Mrs Charles Starling ,j
Wednesday until attended services at Oceanway JAUDONON
Miami from Baptist Church in Jacksonville ,
Saturday. Alton Dobbs is J
Mrs. Luther Milliard and son, Sunday evening.
Starling Sr., and tin Pastor of the Churih.
business Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley and
Barbara Macel, were visiting Mr and
Jacksonville last Saturday son,
visitors. Frankie to Wainwright came Mrs. William ringle in Sanford, THEIR BEAUTIFUL NEWHlo

home with them and stayed untilSunday last weekend.Mr. .
and Mrs. Glenn Shufordwere
afternoon.Mr. Griffis of In Daytona on Sunday to
and Mrs. Tommy
the visit Mrs. Shuford's mother
Green Cove with Springs Mrs. Collie spent Griffta I Sam Hicks: who Is stangth:

weekend and family.Mr. I her grandchildren, Mrs. Floyd Martin while Is her in Western
and Mrs. Dave Durban and I daughter Auto Associate

Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. Raymond were Williams Sunday: I the Mrs.hospital.Nellie Mae Dryden but has, been who Store

guests of the Ed Durban family.Th I lives In Jacksonville
Beach for
in West Palm
Leonard Prevatt family working
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor the last few months, stopped byl I
mother, Mrs.
in Middleburg last Sunday. to see her -
I Davis, and Mr. Davis as she was ,.- ,
:Misses Betty Joe and Mary I .... '
Jane Clark spent the weekend returning to her home on Sunday.Mr. I 'j !
I v-jJbe
and Mrs. Frank Sweat and ; 'J. jLr"
Mr. \ .
their grandparents -
with \1 .. .
weekend ---- '
Xowsome, in Starke. son of Jacksonville were r 1 t
Perry .. i tr+ r"r "; ;, tiE w
Mrs. Sweat's parents. .
of {
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tyson of guests 1 e .
f I
Carter. ici !
and Mrs. Bub I
Jacksonville, and Mrs. John Griff- '
is of New River were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton ...., i y -_ 1. L'.. J 1 N 11r* r M
the weekend in Jacksonville r. !
guests of the E. J. Raulersons.J. t
with their son and daugh-;f
D. Clarke returned home '
from Ocala last week where he j ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn .
there they at-
had been employed for the past IlJ.milton.llile '
few weeks. tended the Flower Show at thaWoman's

The Dan Harley family were Club.Saturday r. .
visitors at the D. R.
Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and I
Mrs. J. E. Sherwood In Starke. Stone home were Mrs. Arthur -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
Phelps and
Bill Dixon and son Tom,
Charles Tatum, and Ernest Nors- Wilson of Jacksonville, and Mrs. '
Isabelle Cherico, of Baltimore i iMd.
worthy were Saturday business !
visitors to Sanderson.The .
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Luther+j
D. R. Stone family were .,
Hilliard will be Interested to .
business visitors. to live Oak on know that they have adopted a I Part of the Greatly Expanded ""
baby birL The little lady's names I Floor Display in the new store 3 a )Ir. and )Irs. J. F. Jaudon
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson
to be Janice Sue. i x in their new tore at 312 West Call St
and family, and Misses Katherine
McDavid and Ola :Mae Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Green of Madison
Mr. Green's brother
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. are visiting
and Mrs. Noon Mott in Brooker. aim sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. -
Preston Green.
Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa
Mr. and :Mrs. Carl
visited her father, J. H. Moore Prevatt INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
on Tuesday and stayed overnight' were Sunday evening guests ot
with her brother, Fred and family Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper and Another Forward Step For Starke Congratulations
family at Kingsley Lake. PAINTING

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of. Rev. Edgar Wilkinson is assisting To Mr. and )Ir.. Jaudon
Webster were Thursday after- Evangelist Donald Bran- On The New
deis in a two weeks revival in .
noon and night guests of Mrs.
Carrabelle.We WITH on their beautiful new
Mary Reddish.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess of are glad to report that .. Western Auto
Starke. former residents, attended Perry Davis aim Mrs. Ethel Reddish Western Auto
services at the First Baptist) who have been patients in Associate Store

Church here last Sunday morning hospitals in Starke. have return-I BEN F. HALL CONTRACTOR Associate Store
and were dinner guests of the I ed to their respective homes. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of ByWilliams ,
Joyce Futch family. I
Mrs. Claudia Strickland of S t. Augustine spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins
Gainesville spent Friday night & McRae JAX ELECTRIC
with her sister, Miss Elizabeth Rev. Bobby Collins of Starke We are proud of our part in creating thi.
Terry will fill the pulpit at the First beautiful new home for The Western Auto SUPPLY, Inc.

Joe Nolan and Bobby Johnsonof Baptist Church Sunday In the. PHONE 481-L Associate Store in Starke, and congratulate

Whitehouse spent the weekendwith absence of pastor, Rev. Edgar I Mr. and Mrs. Jaudon on their foresight and

Joe Harley. Wilkinson. I Let us estimate your next job. You faith in the future of Starke. 2311 Laura St.

Mrs. Della Fridell of Deland
TTTYTYTYYTTYYTTTTTTYYTTtOAYLESS will be pleased with price and results.
spent several days of last week Jacksonville. Fla.

with the Miss weekend Mrs.Charlotte Effie with Boatright.Tanner her parents spent, \ HHVAY\ \ /

Mr. and Mrs. Luelle Tanner. Cy Anita Ruth Crosby1AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA! I ,
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Priest and ==- --- -
Hubert --- =: -
Mr and Mrs. I -- -
family drove to Cedar Key to iMr. I

visit Mrs. Priest's brother, P. II. and Mrs. Bab Nix and son. '
Electrical Work On The New
Day Sunday afternoon. and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Jones and I'
The Flem Starlings were visiting daughter of Asheville, N. C. visit- 1'1 1'1III I

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Colley in ed Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Watter- 'Western' Auto Associate Store

Baxlev, Ga. on Saturday night son last Sunday. x. !'III

and Sunday.Mr : The New River Associational l
and Mrs. Gary Buckley and Sing was held at the Bayless Hi- By '
daughter, of Jacksonville were way Baptist Church last Sunday I"" I '
weekend guests at the home of afternoon.Mr. 1'1' II :
Mr. and
Mrs. Buckley's parents and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and 1 I I '
Mrs. Marion Crews. family moved to Gainesville one ... '
Miss Sadie Carter and Mrs day last week. SERVICEIt Q w i :H'I
Annie Ree Meyers of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newmans' ,/ I
visited their parents }Ir. of Gainesville visited Mr. andMs. Will Pay You To See Us For Free EstimatesOn I I i ,

and Mrs. Ed Carter over the Lois Newmans and attended : ] v j ii''

weekend. Sunday night service at the II Your Electrical Wiring I vii- I I P IIii"
Pearl Campbell was a -
Mrs. church.Mr. ci
business visitor to Gainesville and Mrs. Bobby Crosbyhad ii"ii"I
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;itu. 1
Saturday. dinner: Sunday with Mrs.Crosby's "
Mss Jackie Barley spent the parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Ii
wl't'kendth her parents, }Ir. i Mason Elixson of Lake Butler. COllgratulationsWestern I l Iii:1:l

and Mrs. Hub Harley. Mrs. Elixson has been sick, but I Ii I ,I II

Mrs. Rudolph Thede. a former i is better now. Auto Associate StoreON I :!
resident of Lawtey and now living I
J. C. Warren of Starke spent I
In Jacksonville, spent Friday last Friday night with Marty Western Auto Associate Store
afternoon with Mrs. George Crosby. YOUR EXPANSIONMATERIALS :

Roberts. Misses Mary Alyce and BeverlyJo
Mrs. Mandy Manning had as
Jacksonville recently -
weekend visitors Mr. and Mrs.. Crosby of the 0 AT NEW LOCATION
Howard Martin! and son of Indian Floyd visited Crosbys their and parents the O. E. ---- 312 WEST CALL STREET

River, and Mr. and Mrs. Grady BY
Crosbys, respectively.
Perry and family of Titusvllle. Sunday Worship Services at 11a.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gasque of FRI. & SAT. APRIL 2021
Jacksonville spent Sunday after- m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School Starke Builders Supplies
10 a. m. and BTU at 7p.m. ,
noon with Mrs. Carrie Casque .
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday
and L. C.
son. night at 7:30. Young People'sMeeting
Mr. and Mrs. of
Jacksonville were Sunday dinner every Saturday night at A FEW OF OUR REOPENING SPECIALSI
8 m. Rev. M. Galbraith, pastor.
Best Wishes
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C j I

UUliard.The Guy Futch family had as BAPTIST BETHEL CHURCH For Continued SuccessMr. One Gallon Special 50 Ft. Special Iii
J'e't'ntsitors\ Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Crews, of Jacksonvilleand Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Price !
ford Mr.of Macclenny.and Mrs. Johnny Craw- Song services service 11 7:30 a. m.p.and m.Rev.8 p. m.. and Mrs. Jaudon THERMOS JUG PLASTIC HOSE III I

R. L. Lee, pastor.
Troy and Donald Bennett are From
working In Orlando this week. Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer Regular Price 1.49 Regular Price 1.79
8 m.-Rev. !!
Danny Hugh of Plant City Mr. Meeting, Wednesday p. ,

and Mrs. Everett Burney of Jack.sonvife C. B. Stallings. pastor.TO W. T. JACKSON, Agent $2.69 $3.29

and Walter Buchholta THE VOTERS 01- II

of Dinsmore. called on Mrs. L.TEORTII STARKE j CENTRAL TRUCK LINES
Georgia Ann Sapp last Friday. STARKE Step-On '
AND OtTII i iI Special Fishing Special
The Ralph Smart family of I
Jacksonville were weekend visitors I! D B. (Dick) Thomas, candidate u
at the tattle Henderson I for Constable in District 1. Price Price
home. says that our children entering Another Mark Of Progress GARBAGE CAN TACKLE BOX

Mr and Mrs. Earl Dority of and leaving School Busses on C
Jal'k90nillesitf'd Mr. Dority's I Road 301 North of Lawtey badly Congratulations and Best )WishesTo j
mother Mrs. Lula Dority, and need protection which heill : Regular Price 6 9 Regular Price 1.98 itl itlI

brother F A., last weekend gladly; give if elected. He promises II i iIt
Mrs Sally Green of Macclenry not to interfere with mat- $1.75 $3.45 I'' ,
is spending some time with the ters in the North Starke and !I I It' '
D B. Thomas family. South Starke precincts unless | Western Auto Associate Store 'I'I''I'I', ,I

Buster and Gary Bennett were called to assist the Sheriffs de- : QUANTITIES ;
business visitors to Miami and partment. as these areas are adequately .

Fort The I.Miderdale Paul Bennett last family weekend.were will administer protected.this If office elected so that he I : Many More Specials Not Listed We invite you to visit our new store : :'I

Sunday dinner guests of the it will help Lawtey and the north Your Mutual Agent ; Ii I '

Webb Kerseys In Starke. end of our county, where an officer -) Plenty of Free parking space. We have added many new items : '
Mrs. D. R. Stone was shopping is badly needed and he will Doyle E. Conner InsurancePhone ,
In Jacksonville last and do the job with extra '
was the luncheon guest of her I the county. no expenseto I 2S3 136 W. Call St. : !Ijl and with the added space, will make it easier for you to shop. :':

mother Mrs. A. E. Phelpa. :t -I.iI :! "''I I j4
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| Blye, reporter. j j: 1 B G. Burgman I 5.. I,f
pastor held I er expressions of NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Antioch Missionary Baptist services on Sunday. Sunday j t ter Barnes has pneamorn:: I'!;"'.tsr I
I 'Church, Rev. .\. Jenkins pastor :School was led Sister ,
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY by Ruth ]have your reporter M'' ': :1 \\ '
Sunday is our general pastorial :Sanders. Assistant .-
:i i Superintend-I this office so th r ur :" I f
I5y Oiora J. .Shelli 0 '. day. Services will begin with :!jent.< Sister Ida Griffin was the '1 ]keep you informed of M.i! -oiro \\:.,

I'; fPTiIFt" SunJiy Sihool at 9:45: a. m., Dea-i only visitor. At 12 noon prayer' : S'lk: .Ul'J. '\"'..ul.:1! :

uiniiu-nmnrnt. 1'rograni! ,, Ifc'ffln I mentary department will pre.nt xc .m> Joe Carter in charge. Serv-11 I service was led 1 by Deacon Vasco I and :ivaiti": : i 'nakii't/ '-.' :: l '
(Wednesday: night April 18, ; "Sunny of Sunny-Side." The role t x s --s will te held at 11:30 p. HL.I.!! Mitchell and Brother U. K. 1 lion l to o-ir loriinunitv} f-! ..,

'he beautiful PJE Cafetorium ,' of Sunny will be sung by Delore- ins 7.30: p. m. Brother Clarence Chandler. The pastor brought )your < oHnr: in > our '." \ : '\ '

..' primary division of the ele- Jenkins, seventh grade, taught bMrs. \' ; r Uilluiii.will:: be ordained to the, :soul-stirring messages all day. I paper 1':1IT: :
: Leona Royal. Other teaclu-i: aZ7teya .':i> <> .>f Deacon on Sunday aty3a. Mr.: and Mrs. Arthur Clark of
'i m-ntary: department christened .. .. ...... Mrs J'N'jho: U.IM::: ,.
assisting in the production ai"''. -- :. ,. ,. ....v..: .-.. %a. ;\ The ordination service will East Palatka
:i.new stage curtain. The cur- ,doiiP"r. ,- >" .. '"... ... '_'......,_ ,..,..,.,. ''''. 'k I' were weekend Tampa 11l'I.t ::111'' veeXon.Staike .
: ,In is most attractive and added'i Miss Frances Jenkins, Mrs. Maurice ..:: ""!5g>jsrr. ; ;. j+j&f&i*..- '=' ..' '!"'< ho conducted by Rev. A. Vmson i 1 i ijustor guests of relatives and friends! ; with! her M:<:.I-I: :\1.,1 ;p"

i> ,.h to the beauty of the Jenkins White Mrs. L. SI ""- --. ..: : of Bethel Baptist Church, : 'They were accompanied by their :, ]]Dell an..th.,1'! relitivt- ..".. '
i I Williams Mrs. S. D. Williams ne will also deliver the afternoonI little grandson Joe. will'j':
-.I: } "The Wedding of the'Kiovui.s" ('11 J. Greene, Mrs. I. C. Jelson, Mis.K. st-mion. All of the members oft be remembered the children
i ,
was beautifully pre- Sjit.-atni'!"; :MiCo.t".n! :Me. l h-tynippcti| lieu U1K; lIilhdll..1 :; t II' Ld: rot night a ; j Cedartown. and Atlanta. Ci \ :'!'
Givens. The general public i 1- the official staff and the congregation of the late: Rev. James Clark.
t-nt by the pupils and teachersf { other relatives and friend 'oii::
M 'f Mils dedicated with 'I ,
Neil, 1 Kejioitei: A laige pump: j : : I : n'') dt'n.mib.d -
the The bride cordially invited to attend all of are asked to witness i Ebenezer Baptist Church, Lin- 1 1 left the .. -..
primary grades. the visitors attended! inUuding the iniprf.->i\e rrrrmonits on Sun .Iu;?'. L" lk .td md reo ,. city Tuc:;itar. '! : :;:
commencement activities. The these sen-ices. We !
was little Pearl Alexander first i sincerely hope coin City, has! not sere In and reported a ,tt'ilghtrlllII
music i wife nt the post commander of d.ty, Vpril 8. It is i considered rId "III L'ctc:: .is the feature any
j is being that we will be able : I
played by E. E. to shake ,
I one of the finr.trgrn: schoolriant' trill be new for a long tune. We have :xbut-Tn Li.tBradford
Ma-el : Minott the 11th district. The food was a quiz program.( The only
music supervisor of Bradford your hand and welcome
toe .
you .
; prepared and served in the RJEcafetorium in the State t thing that will help you will b ; learned of the extended illness of County H"spit i' I I'
hv William Watson Pierce Jr.,1 I County. by the ladies of Auxiliary better attendance at Sunday our church Sunday. Rev A. Jenkins |i one of the faithful members of 'la :Mae Johnson, babv I I..n' .\::. '

"vho is in third grade taught by American Legion Conference Post 311. Starke. All mem- 'i !meeting was beneficial and enjoyable School and more Bible study. ; pastor; Deacon J. C Car- the church Sister Marzje: Barnes Covingtun< for surgen'Ch. !

Mis. Alma Moffett. A complete.1[i, On Sunday: April 13.; Principal here and friends including) Commander J i Very valuable prizes will be won well Reporter We are asking for all the mem- .-, k your Tt'I'J'r.l.h! I.-' t.. t
i ..st of flowers heralds and slngI i Eddie Thompkins addressed the I' "Ike" Kelly and vice- On Sunday\ May 13 the Baccalaureate Different lay leaders will sen'aas 1 Allen Chapel A. r.E. Church, b>is and iiitndto t visa her or sick; ind "hut-Ill.' ,,' B.iir.unt : !:: H'll

,'I ,, were trained by Mrs. M. L.I I; Fourth Division Constitutional; '| commander Julius Royal reported Sermon will be held quiz masters and will include: ,. p.en.. Washington pastor. 1'0'ani", fruit flutters "r oih- < \
Paul, coordinator, at Ebenezer Baptist Church Lincoln Sunday was a high day all day
; Mrs. Alma :
Conference of the American Le a delightful meeting. The host j i i Mrs. L. M. Royal, Elmer Shell': with j............
| The will be starting Sunday School at
Muffett, Mrs. Mabel Lee. Mrs. City. message |
gion. A masterful Mrs. Maurice
very messagewas group wishes to use this methodto White. Mrs. Janie f
Raihel Donald delivered by Rev. of' 10 a. m., Supt. Homer Williams; r
Mrs. Altameaso Strong one
presented to the by "Thanks to Principal Mitchell Mrs Ozora '
group say again" Shell Deacon From where I Joe
('handlt>r. The music was furuished i Principal and our patrons. All ministers and Littles. in charge. One member :Miss Gnf- sit.bj' Marsh
Thompkins Deacon
a Thompkins for the use of ; Royal, Mr.
by Mrs. F. S. Pierce. The :' churches are asked to be platform' fin was added to the church aid
unique program was rendered. the school for this meeting andthe Clark and others. Other talent -
bridal music was led by Willetta guests and extend remarks. Su- was assigned to Brother Cuff\-
The elected officers of the Fourth wonderful address that he will include singing, music and
f'ttyYysinger.. Patrons, prlncl- Division Auxiliaries are fol- I IP'lIline I 'pen'isor Shell will extend greetings dramatic class. We are certainly proud that
as delivered to the general body readings. Plan now to
pal and other faculty members loa slirs.: Pauline Marshall, : Marshall, President; Cor- in behalf of the county. E. appear on Sunday, April 22, from the young people are giving then
miphmented the primary Preshl.'ntrs.. E. Minot and Mrs. B. J. Lennon hearts and minds to God. The 4pt t They Travel "In Class"Our
groupfor ; : Louise Smith, pan McNeil, reporter. ;5 to 6 p, m. at :Mt. Pisgah. Register -
the very fine performance Vice-President will have charge of the music. ; new member will also work : Mrs Ethel Young, Card of Thankt .. today! with Mrs. E. L. Walker :
On next Tuesday, April 21, the Se.-retttrv! ; Mrs Airie Flemmlng, Come one. come all tit this prosram. '' 'the Usher Board. A warm fret'!
Intermediate division of the ele- Tiea-smer, Mis. The family of George Fraizer come and the right hand of fellowship -
Sophia Royal wish to thank the friends and On Saturday April 21, Rev. high school correspondent From where I bit, it doesn't
The was extended to the new
teachers of PJE high school for losing exercises were and Mrs Waliker will to LakeCity member. says that Economics and Geography hurt us adults, either, to get eat
Make Your Plans To the beautiful flowers Special a capacity audience. The cos- students are going in for and see how the rest of the conn-
held to take the souvenirs fro
on Tuesday. 17
April beforeblmes
thanks to Mrs Chandler and i Sun-r'' : "grass roots" eiudying.They're try lives. We find the "typicil
for the made | Allen Chapel and Mt. i :
play were by i, IHsgah f ;
others for the lovely cards and i' going to charter buses American"doing everything from
EAT YOUR SUPPERAT R.and Mrs. Crumb for the Principal Price. Watch this! paperfor the General Conference which gram. The choir and other visiting and take off on Operation Sec- herding cattle to fl>ing planes! ...
the time and of the singers and have
place speakers
prayers and expressions during will be held in Miami next month. For-Yourself-have ten-day with everything from steak b
THE his Illness! and all members of; school closing picnic. Last yearI Bethlehem Freewill Baptist I i planned a very fine program for:' look at some of the things chowder for his favorite dish .
I three bus loads went to Butler's I you. Come out and see which
Calvary Baptist Church. We are Church, they've been studying about everything from beer to butter
Rev. L.
i Beach. McKay pastor, c baby will win the $25 War Bond
thanking all of the friends from : closed the Crusade j | As I remember, it was hard to milk for his favorite beverage.And .
LAWlEY POLITICAL the depths of our hearts. George| .\dult Kdiicati.m[ on for Christprogram | and other valuable prizes. |I keep your mind on schoolboots the more we study our differences
Sunday. Three souls;
was released from the hospital! All persons are asked to come! ,,. were saved by the help of the i. On Friday of night at 8 p. m. a at this time of year. Today's kids the more we learn hoy

:Monday and is at home to his, out tonight and continue to learn' Lord: Brother group Gospel Singers fromn can give in to that old urge to alike everyone is underneath.
: Blye,
Daytona Beach will at
friends) at the home of his mother '''to make flowers, earrings, an I Fred Williams, and appear bust out of the classroomwitha
Sister Viola
Allen Chapel. Come out and
RALLY. APRIL 24 Fannie Frazier.Tluiiston oranges for souvenirs at the Broughton We wish to thank joy an evening of good singing.en- take clear conscience. Wish they'd 9e qw(,

F.lenietary General Conference which will beheld the members of Antioch for their Rev. R. Washington pastor; me along.

The regular monthly mt't'tingof in Miami during :May. A viMt It wa.- greatly appreciate Sister B. Lennon, reporter.s .

From Five Until Rally Is Over the PTA was held last Monday : 'large group of young people led 1 Rev. L. Mi-Kay pastor; Gladys Nebo Baptist Church, Rev. Copyright,j 19[ ;& UaUeJ States Litwm Fouuhtia
with the president Rev. E. by Mrs. E. L. Walker have been "
L. Walker presiding A com- attending the classes in arts and : I I

Fried or Barbecued plete report on the beautificationof crafts which is an extra feature:

the school and campus! was of general education, just as the
given by the trustees. I sessions on income taxes were. The Most Appreciated Gift I

CHICKENWITH I From the pending needs every We have met all of this week so

family of the school has been far. Come out tonight.
j Is The USEFUL Gift
| ('hnr It NewsMt.
asked to pay $2.50 SQ that the' ,
ALL school will be completer! A com Pisgah A. I.E. Church. (
munity representative will call( Rev. E. L. Walker pastor held

THE TRIMMINGS I by your home for the money. ; regular services all day Sunday I Ii' I
Please have ( On Sunday night the journeyed ],
your $2.50 ready as group
"these are your children and this, to Green Cove Springs I', Gifts for the whole 'round
115LAWTEY is their school.! A special meeting where a bi-county popularity year

of the PTA will be held on L contest was closed. Bradford ,

Monday: April 30, to round out County won over Clay Countyby ,
the reports on the building fund reporting more of the $500)

)1SENEFIT Due to the increase in cost for which is being applied to the

every need all members of th building:' fund of the church. $40

LIONS CLUB PTA have been asked to pay 50 c[ was raised in the public collec- > By Popular Demand

each month for dues instead of f tion, which was divided between
Wonderful Wonderful!
You the 25c. This met the approval of the two churches. Rev. Walker
Always Have A Good Time I Our Stock of
all person present and we hop and! Mrs. Walker were crowned

those persons who could not t King and Que.|i for the church ,,I \

At Lawtey come to the meeting will sent j in Bradford County. :'orath'y ,

their dues of flOc on the fifth reign longanl: !'ucressfully..lr.lmg' .

..... the Rev.FLORIDA .
Monday night at 7:30: p. m. The \ to pastor &kdtooh

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I i Hanking House, Furniture and Fixturw 13006.63 3.75

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I III! Other Resources 226.51 Motels, Restaurants, Banks Service Stations

Hi j! Accrued Interest and ill. I III etc.NOWr. j4i if

!'; Income Receivable 9,795.57 I .

II U. S. Government Sl'<'urities' 2,150,994.95; l III

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Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 486225.31 2,899,370 ) FIEATURES Ideal tf your : :: brook Pen and malckmg f ikng
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Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc. I __
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Interest & Income ,.Collected\ Not Earned 24,670.77 "( l,! I). ... J.I: .. When in need of the Heavier Items of '-' .i l J
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I III, !j Phone 29 Starke, Fla. Est. 1879nUl'
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Home Demonstration ; Western Auto IIK\fTIfF:<;TIlt: OF KiniTIOlS TFTIOTO:N ttF and Indian I'rariK'Counti K\tr (.k.-e.- 'hol.et. Florida, O- -cola the '''I no;. hearing interest at a rate not ,a newspap'T- puMihedn the hnssee. Florida this! ;th 'I I.

? Opening TodayToday Nntli-e it hereby given that the ,.State' \tT..rn.-y ...f th.T..nth JadiCircuit t" exi-eed five per termini (S'", > per ,,'Counties of L<'un. clay D'1al.. Lake, -\1)111. Ii6.
under.si'irr.ed; under the provisions '' .Ial in and for Polk C..unlJo'I"I'I \. annum payable serai-annnally on I|,Sumter Marion l'atmullIachua. W. MAV WAIJvEi:
Notesby of Chapter :lO.Sr.l.: Lawn of Florida. ( Acts of 1941 will register with the l-iex; aggregating the principal Haker Uradford. St. I..u"I". Martin. Sni.nd .ludh'I"! : < .- "
(Friday nth Judicial amount
is j
) grand ( Circuit l In and for ; )I
open ,Clerk of the Circuit Court in and il'ade i County. "Florida "f E1sauelInO, and all maturing on Indian River, Okeechobee. Osceola.OranR. of Florida in an"' '
ing day for J. F. Jaudon's Western 'tor Bradford County State of I.'Ioni Attorney i i i of the Fifteenth and the Judicial State April 1, K'96, a more complete de- ,I'' .-. F't.lh, l t ade. Hroward and I .'..unty.A .
) Auto Store in its new location da, upon receipt of D-.In[ of publication Circuit in and for I'.rovvard and Si riptioii of aid Turnpike Revenue Palm IVach. Florida, the first pub-, true f" "
1' DOROTHY ROSS I of this notice the fkUtinUI ,, Palm llr.ich Counties Florida Bonds. Series of 195, being con- iication in each of said nwspa." '
on Call Street at mini of Florida and luiind in be = \ I
Temple float Shield Co. :,. the several the petition herein and cx- to not less than -i
Home Demonstration Agent : Avenue in Starke. :< under which we are engaged In :i: payers, citizen"property, including owiurs n..n-r.-, tax- hI'i its attarhed thereto d..)', prior t" t,1.!'. .,',. h' n-in'iK, .. j js t...... icirrk *
Mistress at 864 Temple Arc, Starke IT .t t 1.C :tl.l 'i- t t: : s Ciriuit Court
l is n"
idents FfiiTHKit
I. j The Western Auto : [: owning property or sulijei t ; nli: 'Iii't.: : tiia; ,
dealer. in "Id Florida:
.t ir i- I hI .r Leon Coiifty.
'ic'n"uIII'r Fla.Jos. 1 Ito| taxation therein and all tt! i i- "rtl- ;
otluThaving lie I
jmbllsl" .d I .
business in Starke H. Arnold Box Ss3 t. Starke, e I "I. ..1 1 I|:\ 11! P. !K-M' I I'
( aiming) for ll..- ( ounty buying 7will lead: since 194 S, recently > Fla. or claiming any right, ti'I-, lt" !K t r tills I i .""''i .' \ \1. tr i

I'm- (r. nut\ Council officer and I1 | up to clothing construction and I: completed remodeling the j Guy H. Sale Box 451, Starke, Ior;! interest I.)' the in issuance property by to tin-be Fl...irfected t 1-- r

.,,11- i hall men met in the the making of slip covers. Also !!1 old Star Store to double his floor' Fla.lr.. J. \\'. Hayes. Professional '' ida State Turnpike Authority. ..'. I

ii-n, uifice to plan for the |1 im-luded in the program will be ,,space since moving from the I'i L'ldg., Jacksonville Fla. |the ies Turnpike 1'6! ; hereinafter Revenue Bonds <. rot -

inning;; that people will be doing!! good: lighting and wiring an integraded :i former Western Auto location t9.4: Dated at this Starve.6th day Bradford of Anrll.County A.D.. de.s,Til,fd, or to mote be aft'piiicularly :tt!I..1 t BARKSDALE'SN'ow's SPECIALS I
one block east. In any way thereby, are hereby
booth in Octo- | r.
:.ir 'ho'! countv fair iI i art and craft program, i I. Florida. 'iiuired to appear before the CD. .
H-r j I and a continuation of the foods Jaudon stated that business expansion 4'6414:7: Court of Lon County Florid i' e .-_-
The following items were, de- i made it necessary ob- 'the Second Judicial Circuit ..t '.' d i The Time To ALL FIRST
:State at the Court House in Ta'Ia-'
I'it-d! on to guide the members in !' The general: theme for the year 1 I tain the extra space, and j explained has>"e, Florida on the 15th ilav ofi Stock I'p \t Thes-t- Prices_ / (,It \E] : MKIU 11 \ MUSKMKN'S I
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Display space will be scarce and Cliitkeu tu: *ry Sunday regular merchandise lines but Florida: In ('hanr..r,. filed in the aboxe pr.i..ed-.1mg
has Saimi.-l I tlriffin, Plaintiff>. Laura should not he I
:.hfic should be several jars of With fresh dressed poultry rounded out his stock instead ,Ciilfin: Defendant. T1s:,,0oon00 Turnpike granted K and, \,'I1'h th--
( n-h canned product for compe- plentiful in the markets 1 So that the store can now present Case No. 10-1469 '''Ponds, Serie of i 19J: ,; tii. r.-in\ d.! .- I
nowby Xoiler To AppearTo. ''siribedltnd th. ,dlllKs ..,. LADIES BLOUSES
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: a complete 1'1"" l -
tit urn. | make the most of the : inventory in all of its 1-iura linffin: whose residencei. fore hid anth..i 171'i IK Uo : ->- ,..Iil.iii. "
l Limit one jar of each !; serving it often The young tegular lines of hardware, small Hickory Crove' South Carolina. .', .-.f V ilul.id, .,...,.1 .Iil.l' "II ..I 1 NYLON CORD PANTS
i appliances, automotive and \\ hoseaddress is P. O. I'oX;; I ii. ':rid" Tin !.,|.,.ik"I! I I i- I P.: ,,.dII J- -
Kii': JUT person. chickens on the market now areid.lI needs, and Mil "kory UriiVe. South Carolina. .r I"'.'I, f I., ,. u ,|j..1 I \ a > Special
:l Foods to be displayed (like for frying, broiling and bar i numerous other items. :;[:, You are hereby notified that a suit --- '
for \ .
,...j!, grouped together). brewing.i Western Auto'stith AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA ]100W( .hahlt'i
Anniversary has been filed against you in the ------------------------ I : \
Vegetables -- tomatoes, green i j When preparing chicken always sale and Jaudon's 8th will: above named Court and cause and li: _. J !

I ink beans, shell beans, squash, keep it chilled until cooking be held concurrently from the you are required to serve a copy of c $
your answer or pleading to the
;>''/1). okra, vegetable soup. time and cook on a moderateheat grand opening for 8 or 9 days, complaint on the PlaIntiff' Attorney i Ss i Regular $6.95Special

Fruits pears black berries. Poultry is an excellent wayto 1 I Ihe said, with all prices reduced Jacksonville Lloyd Ra.302, Florida: Clark funding, ,

t t'K' get protein and ounce for and some cut drastically.The and file the original In the office

Pii-kles. jams jellies, preserves. ,', ounce it provides you with as old Star Store has been 'of the.liefore Clerk the of the 14 Circuit day Court of :\1.onor .\, $1J : .t 1

3 sroring will follow a score much protein as other meals. completely:" refinished and.. .-..n..L: '1S56; otherwise the allegations of
---- 'said '
"' '
'M! for judging canned vege- Chicken Casserole Deluxe: ed by Jaudon, and a new'frontand confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as : ,r. \ In Regulars

: tblrs This is a "one--inch" meal thatis lighting system have This notice shall he puMiMn! { /. \

4 Members should bring in a favorite at our house and installed. been once each in the week Bradford for four County consecutiveweeks TI'-! (.. Ft j and Shorts

Inner) products for scoring at probably will be at yours too. Bra ph.

the September club meeting These To serve \, select one fryer ((1 Dated this 7 day of April, I I''V.! ''.r r:' I 'Th0Th4Ar'
Legion To Elect (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
;ill .talons will be used for the fair. and one-half pounds!: Disjoint Clerk of the Circuit Cnii'tBy '( "Oof.)

r> Label on bottom of jar with wash and wipe. Place one-half Officers On Wed.The :Marian L. Crosby Deputy 4/13 41 Clerk:. I 1Olln 1 !' %

'his information: Name of per- stick of butter or oleo lone-fourth \1 i 5.39

.. III name of product and date cup) in a skillet. Brown fryer in icgulai meeting of Post :

anned. r>fi;. American :
fat over moderate heat. Remove Legion scheduled \ : TO Ai-i'Ktii c

Program Planning; chicken to deep casserole dish. for Tuesday night, April 24 will 1 In Florida( Iri-uU In Cuurt.i hanrrrr.Kiwoiid Bradford. Count), CHILDREN'S SANDALS

The same group of leaders Make a !gravy bv adding to be held on Wednesday, April 23. ) Coldle: Smith. Plaintiff v.June .-. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

.- nrkeJ on plans for the Home skillet! 2 tablespoons flour and so that the meeting will not (con :Smith. Difendantfas, .
N. 101407Notice
'Demonstration program for 1937.: browning in remaining fat. Stirin filet with the political rally being TII AppearTo. about this questionThe

When they attend the short course 1 cup milk and continue stir- held on Tuesday night. ., ."1I1- Smith whose resldem. SPORT SHIRTS.1JIII'i 98C
gaud ad'liws I is K. i-zcltou Virginia.,
.tt the State Council Meeting inliamciville line to make a smooth gravy. The business meeting of the You are hereby notified that a
man fihin<. next to
: : me
: in July, they can enroll Add \ small can mushroom pieces. ,, post will begin at 7:30 suit for divorce
: p. m.,, has been filed against you in :tie on the bridge; had his line
in the course which the club Fason with salt pepper and ,, when the election of post officers abo\e named Court and cause !and ; \ \
program! for 1957 is built around, curry powder. if desired. When :: for the next year will he you are required to serve a copy of tangled in the u ires overhead. +.
jour answer or pleading to thel'ulIIIllalnt All I I.aid :
"I don't
thereby benefitting more from thickened pout over chicken and ,, At R:15: Coach John Eibner of on the PlaintiffAttorney 1\ was, know 1.50 Now $4.00
the short course.The cover casserole! Place in 325 des the University of Florida will Lloyd Ia---! 3u i ClarkI'liildniK. where you're from hut Reg. .-
ad : .I... kvonxille, Kloi! nh+.
county program \\;1be\ on eree F oven! :and rook for 45 dress the membership and show and file the original In the office around heree fish in the tf

"Construction for the Home and minutes movies of the Florida-Miami of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa water. Should I pay ray r ( '
foot '
before the
Family" including rare Of fabncs Whil.i, i .1"-.>( ..lf foake.s wash ball game of last year. 14 da> of May, 1 iSiS.'otherwise medical bills with my Trip q

what fabrics will do and will not -"'all! n.-\' potatoes mi cook un Legion guests and friends who the allegation1* of paid Accident policy or should I w Reg. J.98-Now 54.39BOY'S

'b. suitability, color design, and til tpndoi in salted water. Place .. may be interested in hearing .Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed sue him for clobbering me? I : I i

Coach Ribner and _in on. :.".- .>-- 1 Tins notice .lIall be publishedonce
n ? ,1,1 ,
me each week for four
football) consecutive .
movie are cordially ins weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
sited! to he present at 8:15. I Charley E Johns $ 00BARKSDALE'S
ANDREWSFOR Dated this 7 day of April 135 i SHIRTS g
OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A, Darby
Hold Saturday Clerk of the Circuit Court
Service 'Iy :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

For Elaine Moore 4/i:: H D 4 & Son Agency

:Mis. III 'I he ( ircuit Court Of The !SeionilJudicial
Elaine M. Moore, 17-year- Circuit In And For Leon DEPT. STORE
iil'i'l resident. of Ftarke, died in a 4 uunl" l-'lurida Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
lot. -il \... S-J7U
"I WILL FIGHT: hospital Thursday, April 12, Jo'I..olII'ST.Tfo: TrUMMKK. : -
following:: a prolonged illness. She THiiliri'V. .body. i orporatiand qpulrtly IvIiv11 vI.........yy.!. -
TO MAINTAIN SEGREGATION.; (; tea< a native of the Stale of Florida, -- -- -- -- -- --
of ---- -
Lawtey --- --- -
and is petitioner, -
to the
help SMALL -
FARMER. survived -- -- -
by her \s. "
to get INDUSTRIES.to Mrs. and TilE: :;T.TIOF FUHSIDA. \I.
e. She xv.15 U.spondrutstllllillt (
get our part of )DEFENSE) MONIESI member a 11\1
of the Baptist Church. i : Tit !MIOU cu M: \
Funeral To the State of Florida and thiseveral > \
Will services were held in 1'roperty Owners, Taxpa 'Ii! : ,
I Faith With All > "
Keep The
People the Highland Daptist Church Sat- er.s. Citizens, Indulillg"IIIi.i- ilin I'
ir day d. nts ouniiiK property or. sulijd tto I
(signed (;I'y ANDREWS afternoon at 2 o'clock with taxation therein, and all otherhavi -
) !Ki'V: E C. Harvey officiating. In- 111'; or claiming. any right, till'- II::
(t. 1 mint .r interest in property to lie atfr, t-
was in
Vote May 8 For ( Vmcterv! ) with DeWitt the C.Highland Jones ed h)' Turnpike the i issuance Authority!.> the Floi..[ tauslurnpik. ul.iState LIII

'" i li.irge, of Kenue Ponds Series of
GUY r arrangements is58. hereinafter more particularly; I, i,
,described or to be affected in anyway "
p Fire Toll Rises Daily The thereliy State of: Florida through the :

State Attorney of the Second; Jlldli -
ANDREVISHe's Recent nil Circuit in and r..r l.t-oii County
rams brought sighs of Florida, the State Attorney of the : '
J HIiom; Bradford Countyfire Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay and 1'iival Counties, Florida OF COURSE .
'!:itfis who ]have --
battled an 'he State Attorney' the Fifth Judicial IIIII1
the GUY unwed 100( woods blazes Circuit in and for lake. Sunitir -
t during
"'I I!,' and Marion, Counties Florida !
f'- and high wmds of1 the State Attorney of tin- Seventh
\1 '. h and April. Judicial l Circuit' in and for Putnam
For Us I' County, Florida, the Stale Attorney )
is estimated :1111
that since 'of the KiKhth Judicial Circuit in IT'S "GAS""TAPPAN" :
M.iirh I. around 3.000 acres f and for Alachua Haker and I'.rad- I
6 w Lots land has been burned oven ford Attorney Counties...f the Klorida.;Ninth. Jtiilu the lul Rater cir-

Listen Saturday Bradford: County with a con- i ml in, .' .I l f.'t I :-<1. I l/'i', ,i'-. :Martin. -- _
-i.-ijiient loss of II
from 100\ to 150
present tim- 1 ,
7:30 _\ )1. 12:10 I'M. per and !i!
a growth.In .
6:10 P.M. spite of all fire-fighting ef VISIT THE, ;; REGULAR VALUE $219.50
\VDVII 980 Dial
on forts, it was estimated that 15 01 I, t :/ :
WXER 1250; on Dial 20 muck fires

You Can Hear These m the county were before still the burning lit- : Plus Allowance ( :

Stations In Your Area !dill Although the rain NATIONAL I
wa.not SPECIAL $179.50 "
heavy enough to oust them im ':
J it would! servo to slow them down aU.J ;1' \'SWHI: ( ) For Your Old Stove \

.nd| help bring ,'1'1 '.
them under control -: ''I I

Additional f1A sE1 '
men and equipment I Ip,1 i ','I "

4v habt'l'n sent into the county ,,: fOl HEALTHFUL COOKING Spring Sale $179.50 '
some of the
pulpwood companies ...and /learn what t HliT RESISTANT If Old StoveValued : ,
who 1
have large holdings ,I I :r, BAKEUTE

FARRISBRYANT ''i '1'('. in an effort to keep thetn's makes America great! :, HANDLES A.'iQ KNOSS At $25.00

under control. They foughtf I

res, not only on their own ,

:.'operty. but anywhere there Splendid forests..magnificent : YOU PAY $154.50

-.-.'I1l.>d to be a threat. lakes and towering ,

Bradford County is not under peaks vistas to excite :::;;'I I t J ( --- PLUS --- I

'ho state program of fire control.'h. the eye and historic sites ''I::11,1,1

.'- proposal having: been defeat'WI''e ed to stir the heart all these "3 SIT INCIUDIS All THIS PIECES ;-
IN STARKE in : iill 1! T ft ) ABSOLUTELY
special elections in recent are part of America's great Ili .natY.aunntplYwtau 4
I / --- UYnu Cat ill alt 1 rIVn /- ,%
v. tra National Parks System- :11/1'' CMYkY n,..a tip CU tYt/W p& g wit.
SATURDAY : r nut nnl uul a I vc rorau Yw lul
'titops around casserole sid es. and they belong to you. ; p.1awY.: ip.MaaLatW ,

Apr. 21 3:15 P.M. \ Open and drain one Xo. :202: cani : This year, take your family :1'!!iI Ii r D I III'

: my green peas' place in center to see one of the Parks. It'sof la 79RUAIL ;

At The Courthouse 'Irc:ed garlic with 2 tablespoon? :! c : CGct -r Your Choice Of
ii.-lted oleo or butted and pour j

>wr peas. Cover and return toivv FREE fro iiaq ,;::1 1 E I ( w Either TheCookware Ie
Hear Him Discuss The Vital Issues In His for 15 to 20 minutes :'1 Set "

I Prepare :a crisp salad: hnvraseirvl New National I ,

Campaign For Governor Of Florida ." hot biscuit Sense and vmir your, family mealconinletp : Parks Map j : \'aluedt $79.50;) ,

with detailed
Or TheSilverware
'h','k.'n !todav" .
data on rSights

For Good, Clean Honest Government: lie ForI1RrJ.1' ... '' -- Set
,' r see, I N NI
i .- ,- .. -- ".- ,_.i'. ,-- -- I
as Governor for all Florida and for I things to I
Valued At $;)1.50'I
: do, facilities
all the people of Florida. I Now Open available 'I TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR POPULAR :


I believe in segregation. It has been the mean* for I SHOP I ,} I 1,1 M

peaceful; progress of the two races It's maintenancewill "

injure the continued growth of the culture of each. Court Street -- Opposite '': /* PAYS to TRADE with SLADE r t

,. 1.
II Court House DEALERjIadair I''I
\ ''IIIill
Hear him discuss his platform on reapporti.onment .

the is->ue that is most vital to the !small' counties of I YOUR PATRONAGEWILL iertCOini .P ? .


Elect The Man'ith}\ A :I APPRECIATED' T. C. Hazen, Jr. : ,


1,1'1'', Phone 121 Starke, Fla. ,
Owner &
(O'd. 1'111.11\'. Authoriml I l It j Campaign; Treasurer) Operator' Phone 121! Starke, F I :,

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.- -___ _u_ ___. -- -- -- -- _'____":.u. CEYFRi ;
---- .
-- -
i ot.;::: Mark's Episcopal ''YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY conducted the service. -,1-hool are entitled to, and must! -
; is in issue
Mrs. and
Green I a mnt
I Kev. lUinund\ 1::. I\Lu.1Sla.1D 1 Roy and children i.',e.ve. every precaution that
1I Ii i BROODER{ I( 1 were \'IsitingIr.. and Mrs John healthy one.
Freeman w.I!; ete: .t their safe handling by --F. R. CinHfitneA
and f Services at St. Mark's Episcopal
:t'o hi- system of the school
i I Church will be as follows: I By :\Ir... E. B. Castlen ; yule Sunday. h i.ir.t I am certain that if any B lt) UiAtof!\
9:45 Church Mr. and Mrs H. }o'. ? 1I. -
I Sunday: a.m. i i iI Parrish ipd.uduil made habit of
a deliberately THE BIGHT
->cnool and Adult Class; 11 a.m. II I I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA* ; and daughter of Lake Butler and : traffic POINT for the
1t'it. .1pll stopping many May yon write Come in and
I Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 I Circle<< Meeting Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Parrish and Lines! daily and five days a week. I t ilf *-
our favorite
I have ju- r-.u inin edtot: u > KSTFJUIRK
Church First Christian Church I p.m. Y. P. S. L. j The Lubedia Pmholstei Circle I Mrs. Ethel Parrish of Palatkawere th.pn! 13: T "gi.iphnnh that he would soon find himself Fountain Ten. TEUXiKAPII.
Wednesday: 7:3: } pm. Litanytnd I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy safely ensconced in
I j, of the Brooker Baptist Church has to do with tpp.iront refusal jail. Yet the
Friday Adult Choir practice, 1:1'J.. E. Sherwood Meditation; 8 p m. Choir Wilson' Parrish and family Sunday. !lives; of hundreds of "-- '*'
) '' met at the home of Mrs. of the candidate.--! county office Bradford -:- _. ::;.t ::::: ::;.
I School 9:45 Morning Practice. John Burr principal of the County school chhildren
-p.m Sunday Green Tuesday night. Mrs. H. C.I| to discuss Issues. It has long are daily
Saturday Pioneer Conclave Worship 11 a.m. Lord's Sup- Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Douglas opened the meeting with Brooker Junior High School, attended been contention that all poliitical i subjected and many times! to
..' 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a m. the my COLONIALFLORIST
Camp O'Leno, 9:30 a.m. ier 11:15 a.m. Christian En- a prayer. On program were I teachers convention in offices not requiring full- serious injury and possible death

Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. ieavor 6:43: ; p.m. Evening Worship 1 awaits everyone. I Mrs. H. C. Douglas Mrs. Wilson ; Miami last Thursday and Friday.Mr. time employment should not bej by the poorly planned! system of
Morning Worship "The Influence 1 and Mrs Buddy Waters I stopping the busses the
p.m. I j Green, Mrs. Clara Nettles, and I : salaried. That contention is not' on high
..f the Christian Family," 77 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting,l CHURCH OF CHRIST I Mrs. E. B. Castlen. During the and Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville popular among the office holders way. By the simple expedientof

Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m. Frances 7:30: p.m. I C. L. Oterturf Jr., Minister I meeting Mrs. E. B. Castlen, circle -I spent the weekend with Mr of course but I believe that it'' a half dozen fills at conveniently -
I aldwell and Margaret Rose Ladies 1st and 3rd 10 and Mrs. Bob Thomas :
Council. Sunday Bible Study a. m. I leader, appointed a nominating would be constructive in that all !! placed loading stations thisevil
Duncan hostesses. Evening Worship Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening committee, consisting o(j MrsWooUrow Thomas and obligation would be automatically would be removed and, I do PHONE 218

"I Believe in Jesus Christ, Worship 7:30: p. m. Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Mrs. children, Mrs. Groover Thomas, : removed. I do not expect to see I believe, would instill into the ,,

Our Lord" 7:30: p.m. St. Edward'a Church Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: E. Green. Election of officers G.1 and Mrs Bill Genevor and chili i' this come to pass, however. I II I! child a much more valuable sens.,, (j)

Tuesday -- Joint meeting of, p. m. be at the next meeting in dren, Mrs. E. B. Castlen and children !- would of caution. I
like to offer one issue j
the Men of the Church, and the I Sunday Mass at 9.15 a. m. Radio program, "Old Pat.hi"each to be at Mrs. Douglas' home. I and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson attended Also, may I mention the inconvenience .
that I feel would be as well acv : ;
Women of the Church, subject Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Sunday 9 a. m. Station Refreshments were sen'ed by I i the birthday party for. cepted in time in the removel! to whose upon whom FLOWERSFor

The Christian Family," 7:30, p. : i:30: a. m.Children's. WDVH. Mrs. Green at the close of the Reeda Lewis in Starke Saturday.' as ) our State is greatly dependent -
I of animals from the highway.
m I Catechism Class each meeting. E. C. Lewis and :Mr.: and Mrs. the tourist with the foreign All Occasions
I This is the discontinuance of the !
Wednesday Prayer Meeting,: Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. \\OODLA\VN !MISSIONARY: Birthday PartyPhil Woodrow Thomas and son Ronnie -, license tags These people do not
practice of stopping school !
7 30 p.m. Keystone HeightsAt Gainey. who 'u six years were in Palatka on business the arterial lanes of the highway come to this state to Injure or I GARDENS
William's Chapel) 10 Sunday School 11 a.m. kill the school children, but
ThursdayJunior Choir prac- ( St. am. old, celebrated his birthday Monday Monday. I j during the of loadingand they; POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY
I :.<'e, 3:30: p.m. (Follow Hiway 21 south to St preaching 6:15: BTU, 6:45: prayer at the home of his parents, Joan Thomas of Jacksonville unloading children.process Not onlyis are truly assisted in doing so bv ,
,William's Sign.) service, 7 o'clock song services, Mr. the the arbitrary handling! of the
and Mis. E. A. Gainey. In- spent weekend with Mr. and this but it I
system provincial
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. /:30 evening services. Mrs. I' transportation svstem. :
door games were played and refreshments Troy Thomas. I
rule in
At The TabernacleThe I Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. every safety I have mentioned this to several ': Flowers 'WiredAnyuhere{
of birthday cake and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and; the book. Certainly the children '
Confessions before all Masses.Assrmbllrtt Hampton ChrbtIan Church lemonade were served to the 11 Linda Gayle, and L. A. Green j be'n transported to from candidates over a period of'
Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. and years and invariably the |
Sunday morning messageAt I young guests who attended.Be were visiting Mrs. Mary Green in' answer
the Gospel Tabernacle was faivered IOWA CIL-\I'F.L 'reaching 11 a. m. Evening sure to remember the big Alachua General Hospital Sun I with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crew.i;i was that the system was statl'- i
Rev. G. D. Earnshaw ( of God) Jhristian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preachng wide. That is a poor excuse. My Nona St.
by Birthday celebration at the New day. !II Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker SUrk
KeChester C. Robt'rson. 11i..tor 7:30 m. Wednesday Bible contention does I
if palatka. He was accompaniedto p. I 1 apply solely ,
River Church have been
Baptist next Sunday visiting several times
| Mr. and
Willard tones Mrs Oscar Brown of -
Starke by his eight-member Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning .,tudy, Hour Pastor.1:30 p. m. April 22, for Uncle Dock Worthington were visiting Mr. j this week Getzen Parker In theSt. to our county. I do believe that -- ,. -- = -:-'::'.- ". :: :-.j- .

family, which includes two sets .
Andreu.Mr. i
Luke's in Jacksonvme.
Hospital -
Evangelistic -
Worship, 11 a. m. and Mrs. G. E. Green Sunday. ,
?f twins. Tuesday night Rev. L. and Mrs. Clyde Robersonof Mr Parker was Injured
Service 7:45 p. m. AIKI'AUK BAITIST The regular meeting' of the Cafe Curtains look their best
G. Hemingway brought the mes- Clearmont 1 while work 'i on
Tuesday Informal prayer at CHURCH were Sunday guestsof \VMU will be postponed until at and is still un- :

-age.The the Chapel 7:45 p. m Rev. L. G. Hemingway will Mr. and Mrs. Richard Raulerson Friday April 27, at the Brooker;I conscious He is the brotherinlaw '

last letter received from Thursday Midweek preaching and Mrs. Rufus Green. Bantist Church at 3 of L. L. Parker and a former I'
Bum- p.m. I
Mrs. Florence Hippie was post- service 7:45 m. preach on Mrs. Clara Hazen and Mrs. Bill resident of Brooker. 'j .
p. Bush" at the Airpark Baptist The Brooker Garden Club will I
marked Bethlehem. She wrote ing "lummer of Starke were visiting Among those the t
Christ Ambassadors attending Associational -
Saturday Church, Sunday morning at 11 have its last meeting' before the j :
that she would next be in Tur- Young People's Service. 7:45p. : pastor. Mr and Mrs Clyde Cone and summer vacation Friday night. I I, sing at Bayless Hiway II A
key, after which she will spend o'clock. Lacey Conway I Mrs. John Cone last Saturday.: \nril Baptist Church Sunday were Rev. .--
m. 20, at 8 p.m. Mrs. W. E. i ----- 0"' r'A
,.J ..
few in Mr. Mrs. Joe Chrittenden. and Mrs. C. B. ---
i days Switzerland before HEIIJIKONX BAPTIST and Bigham wishes to urge everyone Sta1lln s, Truby :
returning home via Paris and I CHURCH OF COD HOMECOMING: I John Suirency., and Beckey Tay- :] who can to be present. The installation Pinholster, Coy Edwards. Rev. i' : : ;
London i Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I 1101' of Gainesville! were Sunday ] and Mrs L L. Parker and Glenda. I j 'rlv'-'n I {,
The Heilbronn Baptist Church of officers for the coming I
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. : Mrs Rosa Pinholster Mr. and : ) : -: I
; will be the
will have its annual Homecomingon I year program.Among 1f 4i i
NEW RIVERBAITIST Service 7:45 p. m. Y. P. E. Sunday, March 4. Dinner will Green and family. those attending the Mrs Reddish Andrews: and fami i' / O : 'iI I '.

cnntcii I Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and served the grounds and an j Rev. Fred Green of Jackson- District Mission Rally in Kev- fly and Russell Green and daughter Irlu.-"I'f r '
be on "
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worfhip Prayer Meeting' Friday 7:45 p.m. Mlle visited Mr. and Mrs. R. H .tone Joan. I ::1 :
all-day sing will be held. j last week were Rev. and Ii I )i1N.4130 I '-- {J t I J
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service Lautey I ; Green Saturday. Mrs. C. B. Stallings and Alfred Ii i Ring Clip t t q jt '
School 10 Morning i j Arthur Kelley of Pensacola I : ; ::
7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each i Sunday a.m. JESUS CHRIST Ca mnaeu. i I

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- t-liritCII OF SAINTS anent the wl'p1cpnrtith Mr. and We are sorry to hear that Rufus -|: I : : f Ii : : ;

welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor.'I ice Saturday 7:30 p.m. LATTER DAY Mrs. G. S. Kelley.Dr. I Hodre is very ill at his home I t .}' I ,
Services each Sunday in old Wash Your Clothes j :0', jiUL110 J I
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun. Dr.St
lay School 1*> a. m. Sacrament ka will be the speaker at the Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDavid of 9 Pounds ". _=f"1
Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel \1". ... -
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Brooker Baptist Church Sunday Gainesville were visiting' Mr. and \ U ;
: t
come. I I morning, April 22. He will also Mrs. M. J. Dyal Sunday. j jI I For 40c! r'lt: 4.; "",: '
have charge of the ordination I Mrs. Theo --
FLA. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCHLAUTEY. service. to be held Sunday morn- I I Mr and Mrs. Dyal was visiting i' i J- < I' :
i Tniby Dyal in'| FREE Bleach If Desired! H..I1I' "
FLA. ing. A. L. Green, local farmer, Gainesville Saturday. !j 1 1 111

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching is to be ordained as a Deacon. Mrs. Florence Varnadoe. who I I ; : : \
11 a. m. & 7:30 m. MidweeK (
I, SupriM- Birthday Dinner recently broke her collar bone Is',i \\11---11Once !
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. :\. C. Mott was pleasantly sur- rpeiinpratins' at her sister's.; Mrs. j jTohthan 'i j We Will /

Phones Office 231 Pastorium 130 A. E. Massey pastor.SEVENTH I prised Sunday with a dinner ini Dukes in Steinh.itrhee. 1 1Mr I II i

-- -. n.lWESTIST .\Y i I I honor of his birthday. Among and Mrs C C. Dee* of ,I I| Dry Your Clothes ; again in high a' .< arc versatile: cafe curium And

Sunday Sermons 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. .\ CHURCH those attending were Mr. and Haineq City and Mrs.; Myra Tav- ; now you can have them easily quickly jaihtonabtii
: Services each Sabbath in the Mrs. Jack Simmons and son of lor and children, H. I. Harre'l For 20c .on either of these two Judd extendmg sets. No. 4111 is

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unitn 6:16 P.M. home of S.l.. Brown across from Gainesville, Rev. and Mrs. Edgar of Santa Fe. Mr and Mrs Billy'Hendrifks. ', in exclusive wrought iron finish, extensions from 28* to 48'

Bethel Baptist Church east of Wilkinson and family of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles! !i: In New Automatic Driers! and 50* to 90*; No. 4110 in polished brass, exum.ous

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m and Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallingsof I Hendricks and children, and Mr. ,i 28* to48*. C0to 90' and 66' to 120' Use th-m A.th Judd

I f No. 438 cafe cwt I."_' or No 412'U'ips l Ih .., ;" ,"h..JSTARKE
each Wednesday, Brooker. I II iI "
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVI1 at Bible Study [ and Mrs J. R Crews of Jacksonville i
7:30: p. m.--Arden Mote, pastor. I Mrs. Neon Mott is spending! a i iI jI I were visiting Mrs. Mattie; iI I

11 a.m. Regular broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. i j I few days with Mrs. Edgar \Vil- Barry last week. j i

I HEILBRONN j kin.son in Lawtey. Mrs. Mattie Barry spent from The Washeteria HARDWARE CO.

BAPTIST CHURCH i Notice I I Thursday: till Sunday with Mr.:

Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching :j Mrs. J. C. Harrell, president of and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and family!t I remple Ave Starke II. C. RITCII. Owner
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 ;J I the Brooker I'TA.sht>s to re- I in Staike and then was going' to

SPECIAL MISSIONARY SERVICE p.m. Preaohing 7:30 p.m. Prayer i mind you that Thursday, April Jacksonville to spend a few days'I' "- >.- ', .. : ,.,- '. -. .' Sfarkc. Florida
j 26 is the date for PTA --
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pm. meeting- -

Hear George; Wisner Missionary to BrazilS Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. !i Officers for the coming' year will (
be elected at this time. You are ,
Beautiful ,
See Color Slides of BrazilS
P.M. Kl.VGSLEY LAKE ] urged to attend. |

MISSIONARY BAPTIST i Exwuthe: Meeting j

i School 9:4o a.m. Morning | The Executive Board membersof
Sunday .
First Baptist Church HamptonHampton I Worship 11 a.m. Eve ng the Brooker Garden Club met :

'! Service: 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinr at the home of Mrs. W. E. Big-I]

i 'ach Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every ham Monday night for their rl'l'-1' j

Fla. one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Molt, ular meeting. Refreshments were i,
i served by Mrs. Bigham at the ,
i pastor.
j elope of the meeting. CAUTIONWITH
Sunday School 10 a.m. I
i! Woodrow Shaw and Winfred
Morning Worship a.m. '
Hazen of
f BAPTIST CHURCH were Sunday!
Training Union 7 p.m. "
visitors at the
Evening Service 8 p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching I Aubrey
Hour of l'ower"11'ed.. 8 p.m u a 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : "I resIdence. I'I'I
I ; m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen

MARVIN. FAILE Pastor Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. were visiting Mrs Hazen's brother -
I II Jack Thomas, in Gainesville -
I .... : Jack has
y yy. yttttrtnVa. I Sunday. just been
f dismissed from the hospital in

STATE FARM i I Gainesville. I

Sorry to hear that Mrs. G. B.

Gospel Meeting By Jam Turner :i' Colson spilled hot grease on her \ TODAY'S HIGH I WIND

Hione 133JtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA leg' last week and is now in bed. II

Hope she will soon be up again.

r.sin a # : ; Also sorry to hear of the ac"ident ,
[ of Mrs. Mary Green Sat-
Mr and Mrs. J. M Bradlev
lit day night. Seems ag though
visited their daughter Mrs. G. 1! she tripped on the walk and fell! ,
CHURCH I. Cox. in Orlando Tuesday and
Wednesday of last week. :i 'and Alaehua broke her: General left arm.Hospital She is in in j jhe I ANY FIRE CAN BECOMEA

Miss Debra Green spent Tues- Gainesville.! I II

: Of .1.iv through Friday of last week I
.uth her grandparents, Mr and : Hear that Regenia anl'il- I
i ''am Harrell! are home with the'neaslPs. DEVASTATING FOREST FIRE
'iI .
Mis W. G. StringfellowMr
I Romona Harrell had a Ii I
CHRISTStarke and Mrs. Spencer
and children of Auburndale visited i birthday! party postponed last :
week because of the
same thing-
their parents Mr. and Mrs. I

Fla Bryan Whitfield and Mr. and Mrs.P measles. .
S Crews on Friday and Sat- I Mrs Armandy Lewis came I .

urday of last week. home from the King Memorial j

Friends of little Jimmy Godwin I Hospital Saturday. j

will\ be interested to know thathe Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groover of. PLEASE BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL
Apr. 22- May 1C 1 underwent a tonsilectomy In II Miami were visiting Mrs. Joe Kelley -

Bradford County Hospital last last weekend.The .

1 Sidney Starling family of

8:00 P.M.Topics i i Tuesday.i\ Susan Seigler celebratedher Raiford were the Sunday dinner I WITH ANY FORM
I.. Overturf Sr
of the A. I. Mann family
third birthday anniversary
Of Tampa Florida !' I last Sunday.. /
TUt'sJay1th a small party. She I
j I entertained 12 of her little friends j, Mrs Martha Polk of Trenton

To Be Discussed I with outdoor games and served !I I Joe was \'isitingher mother, Mrs. I OF FIRE!

for refreshments the traditional : Kelley, Sunday. I

ice cream and cake. I. Mr and Mrs! Paul Prescott |
SUNDAY MORNING "Why Lose The Bible
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner and family of Rartow were here
SUNDAY: EVENING; "Are You Wise?" for the'I'f>kend. Mrs. Dosh'e I
i hildren visited his father, Roy
MONDAY EVENING'Truth" Prescott
Turner of Lake Butler on Wednesday -I accompanied them back:
TUESDAY EVENING "Why Did Jesus Die?" of last week. here to her home. I

WEDNESDAY EVENING "The Thief On the I The State Farm Home Demonstration I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur StokesI

Cross" i Club met Tuesday the of Starke were visiting' Mr. and I!

THURSDAY EVENING "What Kind of Music ; home of Mrs. H. M. Richarde Mrs. Claude Prescott and family !

Does the New Testament Authorize?" I with Mrs. A. C. Belche and Mrs. Sunday. I

FRIDAY EVENING; "Into What Then Were T G. Caldwell as co-hostesses. Sgt. Howard Milton! Mott was Container of AmericaPULPWOOD

Ye Baptized" Mrs L. L. Wamwright and Mrs. Inducted into the U. S. Armv on | Corporation

SATURDAY EVENING "Sin Will Find YouOut" Relche gave an Interesting demonstration April 3. arm Is now stationed at i 1
on home canning and Ft. Jackson. S. C. He is the son i

preparing food for freezing. They of Rev and Mrs. H. H Mott.
MORNING "Conviction Convenience"
ilso exhibited some foods that A. N. Kenneth Mott of Pensa DEPARTMENT

were canned especially for fair cola was visiting his parents
SUNDAY( EVENING "The Ark and the exhibits. Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott re-

Church" The second monthly meetingif cently.
MONDAY! EVENING "Where Are the the State Farm Woman's Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott at- FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDAFRIDAY

j DEAD?" "lub will be held Tuesday. Apr tended church services at thp

, TUESDAY EVENING "Without and Within" "A. at 2 o'clock in the Commu- First Baptist Church in Hawthorne -

.. .nltv Club House. i 1 Sunday night. Rev. Mott I '




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RalliesContinued- Gainesville Show :,'Conducts National Guard Unit .. ; I Natural Gas ,Garden' ; Club- ---- -- Thinclads -Drop -Track- I

: Weekend .
Nets Starke FFA Meet At

( From Page One) Weapons Training ,rL i Continued From Pasre Onet'nder 1 I Bulb Sale AimedAt

ut! of trouble after the first of- / $100Nearly I nine Iii st pi.in'''. tn-'
Group Nearly
'. ost' I Tiaming in individual weapon this agrpE'mE'ntlirtff- I Two Eyesores BolU'N!! C.idets turned Iud B': ,id

rulili-.il MinuU-, I was conducted at Camp Bl.mdingI MiptiMe users a1!! along the pipe-; ) ford High 73-45 in .1 ttu'n} "-'e

Carl Roberts, candidate for $lH' in t'ommissions was I firing ranges for Co. B, 74S Arm- tine will b., cut down wnen firm Thf Stiikt- l*.i-den C.uV. in Jacksonville: last \uvki-i.l:
Instruc- ; received by the Bradford Future I ,Td Ordnance I
intendflt of Public Bn., on 7-S
t- J. 'k He
-upei ,. b.uHlfI'.ltl..n 41"im is on Ernest Del Rio and u !.if:
increases the pt. easy
their share of theday's S.iS; use beyond
IM.aid that the minutes of Farmers a:; j This was the first of three w ",'k-
the than! one. sparked the Cadets. bith n km-i!!
rye in more \ia\s
rIII'11r1 Iliad after 3 hours' notice
should re< eipts from the sale of :
end that will N-
School Baard meeting | training periods I'
\ y commercial T::.oush" it us not expected that UKordmjc to .in announcement up 10 points. Inan OA.r.gtcnuas :
show animals and %
in the Bradford : held prior to the unit's depa .
? I made this week hv Finance Chair- Bradford's top p' :ntsetti"with
< "lUl1ty Telegraph "so the people cattle and hogs at the first an- j Hire for summer field trfl'mn? it 1 Mil. h 1li1'\'tlI.'S, will bt' necessary i(
I 'man Mrs Marian Howe. eight.Jerome .
nual FFA Fat Stock Show and >r :1 i number of years, if at
ill know how their money i3 be- Camp Stewart, Ga, July 1-1 1 all'l
Pale conducted at J. D Odom's "1 o' ;st'junte contracts have been ; Mrs Howe disclosed that the Edwards took first
in :
spent and what is going on During the weekend personm: ofCo I! '
us; ,"", now to protect home j Garden Club now has over 500 : place for BUS in the pole \ .in;it
s'hool system." i Livestock Market in Gainesvillelast B fired familiarization .indf'red 1 1'1',1 I, ,
nt' Friday according to BHS' 'I"S I j i bult for sa!If. of the electrical' ((10 ft.. one-half inch I anti Jim
for record M-l rifle carbineM2
H P.
Im'unibent Superintendent M'-2 OTTO F. EIMKR: Jit. medium tank through it., during ',
puts p.is rather than horul'ultural'ariety.. Hobbs: placed second in the same
Instructor Paul Hut- the
the had Agriculture machine pun, and .4;; alibie In ,'asl' of gas interruption
a.adt Morgan. great said strides thai in his county adnuni- fhms. sub-machine gun. ; \\rrkrml training of ('41. IS at ('amp Blamhng.LT. ; ?taike L'ght plant would switch I I)I to help finance its civic planting event.

.inition toward providing equal Ten participating chapters. : This instruction is necessary to a reserve of fuel oil until the projects Bradford's half-mile relay team

Mriltties for whie and coloied' whose members exhibited :23 head assure that each individual <' in interruntitle senrire was restored i( The light bulbs, suM m sets ot Taccia, McGee Martin ;.'d.vin)

students "That is our one best!Inupt' of cattle, shaied $93195: representing i fulfill the !secondary mission of Actual construction of the pa*I,4 for $1:25 per set. are of a new ilso took a first place with time

for maintaining segregation" commissions on the total ,! ('0. B. that of fighting a? In muTt system here to be financed fluorescent type railed C-E-Z, 1:4-1.4.:

i..' dedared. !' day's sale, of $35) *9 65. donated fantry when required. Main mission ha fll) 000 revenue bond issue. I designed to eliminate the glare Charles Noegel placed first ;n

Private Work i by the Market. : of the ordnance unit of i i. i-in'insent unon Fed"ral Pow-|;, of ordinary incandescent lamps. the H-\.irddash (time :-SSOi. andIrvan
|I p' (' imrr>;i= ;iim .annroval of the They are coated white all the
: course, is to Com-
Thf 1'rivate work" issue reel'ed Bobby Sanp. Rudolph Hutchinson -. support one I,' 'ovington placed second ini
I 'I hat ,rvltpt'! pla'1. now bl'ingpresent- way to the base of the screw-in
Command. one-third (11 the
mention for the first time and Henry Lawson all of ;I| or of (I i. 100-jard dash
the newly converted 4Sth Armored f> in.spot!il t hearings by the socket she explained and have
dt Heilbronn when Harold Nor-|| Starke. fhoned steers they fat- i In the medley relay BradfordPrescottNoegelCovingtonGodwin s
Him Texas and the ; special filaments that produce ar
i i i Division.A ? on Company
candidate for County Com-| this winter" !,
mm I devotional period, conducted row' :a1! Transmission: Corpora-|, even, soft light without high or
District One. said The sale took first place with tim
brought a
missioner average price '
: 'hv Lt. Wm. O. i "'1 ou'h' of which proposes to low spot to create eyestrain
Col'ms Jr. Iota!
thai his position. if elected would :i by the show animals was $2? 42 1k- i The of -254
lights come in -to. 60. and
minister was held on the narad .onMnh't a part of the line.
re' "If you're going to da private per hundredweight and eath Of i eroiind I 1oo-watt !sizes and are available Kenneth Elder took second

work for me with county equip- i| the local boys made approximate- 74"th Sunday morn'ng for the Starke will be required, alongv in the office of the Chamber oft place in the shot put, and FioiMtp
neighbor." i j i $130I Armored Ordnance nnC'ompos'd ITh other itiex$ signing gas centit -
ment. do it for my ly I t Commerce on Call Street or from, Stevens third.
of Hdqrs Co. and Co .t< at th' time to give evidence I I
Sen. Charley E. Johns unoppos-I[ Bobby Sapp's :560-lb Black Angus A from Jacksonville. Co C ofi any Garden Club member. \Oao Prescott piai-e.l >ei"ond on
| in the hearings to show thatthpn'
minutes to attack the actions of I I I. vetfs of Starke, Rudolph' Hut-:, After a successful weekend the hu'Mmg of the pipe- clear JIOO or over for the elimi- Pearson Cox took third pla. o in

Governor LeRoy Collins on the, chinson sold hi,. 600-lb. Black I the men of Co. B sat down to aj \> M. O. COLLINS JK. (right) giu-s iiistnictiim to 1'fo. ('harh' "i'"p This citv and other partici- nation of civu eyesores through i the mile run.
segregation issue. Johns chargedthat Angus to A. D. Crosby of Starkeat the bulb sale Bert :McGee tied for '.ml
j dinner consisting of fried chicken Kirklaml. Sj2 Kenneth Tew, and Sp-3 \\m. E. 1I..ndt..m during mrms municipalities will be set

Collins when Governor-elect, 25 (cents and the 705-lb. Hereford I with all the trimmings and dessert Nundtnutneuer>, of Co. K. nl a..",.I in the same nosition in I place in the high jump: FreddieStevens

refused to sign an anti-integration shown by Henry Lawson i of cake and peaches The Washinp'on as! individual signersof Bids Due TomorrowOn placed third in the discus -
resolution framed at a Southern was bought by H. A. Lawson's throw; and Jerome FUwunb
hosted by Meat ,I mess !section of Co. B was praised 2 Adult Classes I Keystone CAP Group : a ptition in ordinary legal Post Office Truck
Governors Conference t :Market: of Staike for 23 for the excellent thirds m the broad jump.
i preparation of
Johns while Acting Governor. He cents Joins State-Wide ,
also said that Collins was reported There were 312 \ meals served during the weekend \Added To BHS |o 'Vi< pvnn{ that FPO approval I Tommorrow (ISaturdais; ) the i v

cattle .
to be considering a veto of a bill hogs and !97 ,Search-Rescue Mission 1 Is forthcoming which the engin- I last dafor the submission of last year when City Delivery WAS

introduced by Johns in the Senateat business traded during the day's Capt. Jos. H Jiihnsnn an-:Evening ProgramTwo !i I i p<.""s Pav" ctatH is p'mnst a cer- I bids for the furnishing of a con- '' instituted, expires June 30. he

the last session, empowering I i nounced that personnel of ('0. P Several members of the Keystone t->mtv. then plans will go ahead l I tract'ehide to the Starke Post t said, and the new contract now

school boards to assign studentsto received $316(501: in pavment for I Civil Air Patrol Squadron, immediately here to begin construction Office it was announced this open for bids will begin July 1

the schools considered bes. Hughes WiredTo i I dnl'; made in the pay quarteri new evening class additions 1 using the local group's L-16A : of th gas system to I week by Postmaster G. J. MeI -)' The present rented panel I truck

suited to their needs. Johns said i ending Feb. 29. I i', to the Bradford Schools' Adult plane and weapons carrier, took meet the pipeline when it arrives -I Griff Jr.McGriff. ': l is used for City Deliveries Pan-el

this. bill would help maintain se- Consider "Anv ;young man interested in Education Program were announced -; part last week in the successful : stated that bids will I Post and a number of biniiUr

grated schools. 'an ordnance career can get the !' 1 by General Superintendent L. completion of the CAP's annual The city will take its gas directly be accepted at his offi"> until ; jobs. McGnff disclosed

necessary details by calling 2571," H. Gibson in Starke this week. 'simulated air search and rescue]i from the line. with no stor- 2 p. m. on Saturday from jiartiesinterested lie explained that the success

Man Loses Leg : Camp BlandingCongressman I Lt. Johnson said.SherifF's i An Architectural Design and': mission. conducted from April 6 1; a"'e facilities pacing It only l in furnishing the Pus.I fm-I! bidder will be expected to fur-

County Billy Matthews hasI I I I'meprint Reading course has been 1 I to 8 at Winter Haven under Air i throuO'h an odimer for leak iden1 -I Off l'eth a panel: truck of at ::.:.h the trut-k. all gas and oil,
scheduled for .
In Plant Accident ,wired Howard Hughes in Beverly RadioContinued I I }ginning April Wednesday 25. and the evening Radio Force supervision. !i t'fication befoie cutting down the.hast 130 cu. ft. capacity on a renal and all necessary maintamance

; Hills. Calif. suggesting Camp I and Television course. abandoned|,. Major Bert Christoffers and Lt. ;| nriwsure and delivering it to local tisis for the cominge.ir. and that it will be driven only by

M. I). Han'ell, who lives near Elanding or oher areas in the 8th ( From Page One) I earlier because of difficulties in J! Gena Edelstein joined personnel |:, customers. The first su 'hontr.nt. let t regular Past Office employees

Brooker on the Worthington District as a possible location for arranging for a meeting place and[ and planes from CAP squadrons! Present !service outlines call foiI ,
Springs road. was seriously Injured Hughes' proposed airplane plant i i be run or people who are simply I fiom all over Florida in the annual

recently when his foot be- in Florida. J| lonely and have invented som'excuse' I i ir certain equipment.for Tuesday has been evenings rescheduled -: "SARCAP" (abbreviation for I waIts mains! of leading buildings to to the be furnish outsidi Sell It Rent It Trade It

in a screw-typ Search: And Rescue Civil Air (
came caught 'r for Sheriff P. D. Reddish j I'a-j
In his telegram Matthews said: ] Both will run from 7:30 to 10 p.m.I i i e.l gas with the city utility al-()
conveyor at the tung oil plant, "The 8th | or Deputy Fate Brown to call on : troll exercises, in which a net- '
i District
of Florida has The Blueprint class is a semi- installing prt'ssure'al.es an J
where he was employed. them. I i I work of aircraft and mobile radio'
I 'i meters %WITH A
great possibilities for the establishment -: 1 technical study tailored to help' : TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
units on the ground searched an1
lIarrell accidentally stepped In- of your aircraft factory. "We're liable to get almost ,i I home-planners and doityourselfbuilders

to the opening through which Camp Blanding and other areas anything almost anytime," she I with the details and common i area of approximately; 200 miles :: T. -

tung nuts poured onto an augur- t! in this district would give adequate '1 said closing' the micronhone key pitfalls of designing and lay-I around Winter Haven for the I Timothy Blackburr I : Lnic Rates Good Results Easy To Place

like conveyor. His foot was facilities for your plant. after dispatching Deputy Drown out for that dream house everyone wreckage of a B-47 Slratoiet and i Services Tomorrow !0 WORD3 OR LESS. ONE INSERTION: BfeEACH

caught fast and his leg pulled The people of the 8th District of''1 to bl'ingdotht'5 from the man's plans eventually to build. I parachuted "survivors" brought to '
the I '1 house the scene by the Air Force. | Timothy T. Blackburn. 75. o f ADDITIONAL WORD 2I L'
into revolving screw, mangling i Florida would be delighted to co- for a patient just beingreleased The instructor for the course is i

the foot and strioping the operate in every way possible. As from Bradford County I to be Lou Hillenddhl, a professional The search was successful Sun- ,; Lawtev. a retired farmer am i'I I"('OI'%T or l:\ FIR CKT O> TWO Olt MOHK lItRTIome '

flesh: from knee to ankle. I the Congressman from this great Hospital. "There have b....n times draftsman and mechanical engineer day afternoon, wi.h the location :( res'dent of Bradford for fi7 years : 'HIIIHln H. rOil 111.IMI *nt nn 'UII \OT pun isFoil .uvqeg.

The injured man was taken to district I would appreciate the I' when the Sheriff or Fate were for Gold of the wreckage and all "surdpI's. \'-.,died of a heart attack Thursday ,I .: -
Corp.B. ; ," and the members morning at his home In I.awtpy.- i !'.\I.E-. mallIutun \i.It. ilk- F< 'K: I its; :Four .
Ala<'hua General Hospital where privilege of talking with >ou anytime the only way messages could be Keystone i iI I I :1 rui m furnishedapartment.
(Red) Emanuel of '. Also Cirls I. .
manager rif\\ IS Tr.nntr 10.- ::tl flirk St It.'
the leg wag amputated just be- ;j at your convenience about delivered to re'atives in back the S'arke Radio and Television I returned here Sunday evening. i J lie was born March 2t). 18S1 i in Oil in p.M.il: conilitinn for $I". i hg

low the knee He is now rt'polt"li the establishment of your plant." areas of the County." I Service will teach the Radio-TV Christoffers explained that the I Ala<'hu-\ Countv His parents I \VnleV, Savage I'. O. Ki x ,.
I (II ItU'i.:; or i>h..m41flV, lip
to be recovering satisfactorilyafter i' Matthews also recently wrote "Often messages come in bv I (course aimed primarily at the, 'annual simulated mission is designed were the late Martin and Mussoiir: Schwinn Bicycles

suffering severly from Secretary of the Army Wm. 1%!. I! phone." she explained "and then radio amateur and hi-fi devotees. J to furnish practice and Booth P.lackburn Full 1XT-Three room furnlsh.Iaiarlnint.
private bath Adult I .%NI) RE '.
sho<'k. I Buckner suggesting Blanding and we have to send a car out to I He stated that he may add another evaluation of search techniquesTor Surviving are his wife Amanda :22.Y.. l.af.i\i-tte :;1. lt<'IIK AIRINC

HarreTs wife, Hazel, teachesin I other localities in the district asia I pick up the person bring him Into evening to the schedule if; the local CAP groups, which j[ Wilkinson Blac kburn. two broth- Fort IEXT-t'urnl-h.1 I SAWS FILED

the Brooker school and theyhate ,! location for the proposed heli- : town to call t.-ick. and then .' H sufficient number enroll for the are on call for actual air rescue I Ii ers. Columbus and Joseph L. of[ ith priiate lutli and pnrdi.ipartninnt r.:!2S KXU.N MOUEU.S UKPAIKEO

#ne chl'd. lie Is a nephew copter training school site of take him home again" I lass i I work throughout the year. i Jacksonville, and a sister, Mrs j! uth St 1I'l1g

of County Commissioner M O. ; which has not yet been .selected. People don't often think anv There is a registration fee of Also participating were Capt.I Evelina Godwin of Maxville I I! Simpson Bike Shop

Harrell and a brother of the Due'kner recently announ ed: that more of there being out-of-the- two dollars for either course, Roy II Browrwis who flew with Funeral !services WI1be\ held WHEN IN NEED OF I h. Walnut street

former Yvonne Harrell who at helicopter training should be ac- way corner. in Bradford County which may be paid to County Col. Al Whitesides, the mission I tomorrow (Saturday) at 2 p..min ,

one time worked in the clerk'soffice ( ,.nipli>.hed on an existing defense Hit the Sheriff's rnd'o. with 6.0. School Superintendent Harmon I1. commander; Lt. Harry Baker and I the Highland Baptist Church Land-capin-Land: : Clearing C-AaPEXTER WORK I'.emodel-

in the courthouse here. tacility watt mobile transmitter-receiv-i j i Morgan at the Bradford Court- Cadet Capt. Myron l're'attho "f which he was a member Rev Fill Dirt Paving ,I IIIKcnicnt: Itlmk-.. RMfiiK, and
'I I "ldJn Cement work.
.. ors in his and the Deput>'s car', house or :Mr Gibson in his officeat drove the Keystone Squadron's E C. Harvey officiating with Drhewajs Peat Humus Nirrell. c/o Telegraph. Chas tfchglttltitiit A.

_rpJI : :f..r._ : ._ .. .t.i i i is sti'l! the one method short of, the USO Building in Starke. Weapons Carrier a Masonic Rites at the graveside IP Building Sand Oyster

personal search down back roads hide donated by the Navy; \'e-I Long Branch Cemetery.lie I Shell- STAMPS made to order;
| Both courses are open to all daters. nuinl.ercfK n..Ui > seals,
by which a lot of our citizens car Lt and :Mrs: Bernard facsimile stanipH Bradford ,
adults of the community, Gibson was a member of Lawt ex- i < uy
This Week's T..I"l\'raJ.h.
I SpecialsApril 1 be located. ,!'said. and added that full derails i Lodge, F. & A.M.. and his Lodge; LEWIS _t!

Since the Starke Police Depart- are available from his office CommissionersPush brothers will serve as pallbearersThe I 6X0 V.'. Madison Thone 356YVStarke : .2%STONK PAID STATE ON SAVINU.S HANK KEY-.
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ment uses the same station, p A number of business and gen- body will lie in state at the I 11aI I STnSF u-EIGhTS. FLA MEM-

20 Thru April 26 number of the inquiries come I Hal education classes leather- Four-laning i residence today and tomorrow I I I P.P.1t FDIC

I i from or are airdressed to them. i craft and conversational SpanishI I! until the time of the st'fI'e. Come on out to the FRIE.DLYl )II
Just last week the Starke Police j jar i l (II' >:<>un.I d.in< IIIK jtI..r-lou\C-
( (. was rad'oed 1 to locate a job I now being offered at Bradfordi | For Highway 301 glnK waltzing I'an- hall) "|,,-n *> < %T MensPOLOS3GC ---- --- all day until .
i High School under the state-wide II pin :\\I."d) Ibrualurtl.l
-- -= = -==-= TltKK. .
applicant! walking somewhere on 1.1 I iiiUi i ii l.v I.d Kl 011111%
adult education program. he revealed I r.urdtW'l .. Nrw Ihrer ....d room mudrrm
Pill Street for an employer wh" The entire Bradford County -r\- lnd\\'l\'hl' ,, humr nlih .
had changed his mind a few Board of Commissioners appeared i iI I I USED CAR 4tp 5 4 II I I II !I I iiIIIIii,.. IrrmN pa rd *trrrt la ,mod......rtlr....
I New almost subject I : .. flltH.HH down fajmrmt.
courses in any KiilJ IKTSix ri. m unfumish-,, f.'MI.IM
moments after the man steppe at a special budget hearing of I ..llhln l 30 .
dn .
I I I .I Ii'u-.e in'iuir at Ga>" 1I"n.II..II"t. .- ) aDd '::::i.IM' n|
be initiated wheneverI
out of his door. may Road Board in theGainps.i1I. V" \ rliwlnic. To Don-.I.raA..
] : the State {V'l I?? : I thgIO.It $mo.oo
} 1 I ....
there is sufficient demand and HB paymral. 'ItMI.oo at ..lee-
The Sheriff and his Deputv anti .. City Hall Wednesday I. .
the minimum state .... : : ,: \1.1Tw..> licilmom :\lss.nrvh Inc.We:
'he City police are kept busier requirements 1 afternoon to present a petitIOn'l'O'ering I I:..", !\ |I'r i "tt4g.aii.I, tunn 1
ColorsLadies an be me:. the Supervisor stated. I ill.., t>m\r "'loll, I. DI... .
'v"n i'itt some diva delivering message- the proposed four-lan- ;T BARGAINS "I 1 .I, < ,t\ ..( U.'llilo. iipin-llf. | fur sale B| '1..14111I1. and lialanrr
','a! running errands than doin? ing of Highway 301 through Brad : ". to": .1!I1",1: >:urgani li, ijuiik ilL, rral.

tt'en regular jobs! according toDenuty City Postal Revenues ford County, it was revealed this i 1.\, z Jtp 4'I.
I Florida
-I Realty Co.
_ C Duke week by Circuit Court Clerk I ,/ J J (lilt Tt: TII 4> MIKIS\U1: '
Show Marked IncreaseRecent .
She said that the IAAkOF It '1111I'1 It r:. ,111 tU Of Starke
mast frequent Charles Dam by..
III Mnkr. Ail *l<..lrUKraounahlr
BLOUSES L S c",it's!' received are requests t0 lo- and current growth in The Road Department s 19i6I; I rharcrN cuaranttrdt (.uy \ndm%.. \\'. n Srwrll.
V te ii \''. ('. Miri'Hi.itii 4. J. Tbonuta)
people who live somewhere the ('11of. Starke is reflec.ed in 57 budget was reviewed at the THE WEEK -IV w. I nil *>.. Markr I'b CU
(he caller I .r r3 Temple ttr. Phi... 3X3Markr
never knows whrein > an 11 per tent increase in local hearing which covered Alachua. 'i .
1st. Quality the city KI'J: ,: \ii---s. '" '3 i x 16 'un- Florida
__ or county and stated postal for the firs Baker. Union Gil- i 0'''
revenues : quarter Clay. Dixie. crete til-ak. 13.- Cement 11.
I 4 1953
) Value
lies. 1 .(00 e
phone rne.s steadily for of 1056! the christ ; p-r bag. Mortar Mill.30 per ..'.
over counties .
Lots of ". same period and Levy as well ".iir l.i .df., of Eiigiiieeiing d 'I \XTEHfan. I.. up. rat.. fll/l|
Stales nit five minutes; with call during 1935; announced this week as Bradford, according to District -I ,.h"n" 01 tark' .. If | Urn* \'atkins route in Ir.uf..r.1:
from the 2 and 4 Dcors I'ni.i ( unt). Man'
curious whenever anirnhtlance Postmaster G. J. :Me-Griff Jr. < 2 Road Board I nv.rly
by member Earl
-- -- -- Thoroughly ReConditioned I A WATKINS ROUTE IS OPEN Inn dealers now nukinger $- qqp'r v
siren is h..arrl in town Griff revealed that the total: Powers. i, Bradford County Many nearby i, hour Tills 1 III onr of the bestroutes
Childrens With special telephone of New Seat dealer1nbu making $75 to JIOOl writ. The J It. Watkin,,
and ieceips: the Starke Post Office "
The County Commissioners requested Covers Uelair's and >er week This is one of the best I (ompany. S 59 West Pea.'hir.e St
i.i-o ca'ls. routine broadcast from all sources, including box that the 301 for rotitiin! the Stat- f"an you qualify I N i-:" Atlanta. Cforela 4,6 4i 4/27
project I
between the 20 other sheriffs offn's rentals amounted to 12029.94 210.sIodrls: fi-r this on.* Why not write ,
POLOS S | which right-of-way abstracts FOIl HENT-Two bedroom
are The J. H Watklns Co. 659 W. home on
23C connected with the mteri tor the quarter ennding in March. ;/ now being prepared by Bradford I Peachtree St N. E.. Atlanta Ca.4tcbg I I Kinjf.l i'.h.d. ;y I..ak.- Complettly furn ,

unty' network occasional High- During the first quarter of 1955 Tax Collector J. R. Kelly, be included I 1953 Olds 88 !I 3/30 I Phone 177 By or week 1'.nta"1 durinK'suirnner CarleenM|
1st. \
QualityI } vi\ Patrol ealls sent through total receipts were $10,824.88. hei': in the new budget Darby liams. 504 E. Adk.mil St Sip 5,4
Sue 2 thru 12't Gamesulle. I 'I
: : and about 6 messagesi stated ;
4 Door
stated FOR S.
2 Limit day relayed through Bradford The Postmaster declined to es- I I : LOW COST I Kt-fngrrdtur. A-l Jeneral condition EI"t'ln%'.ri.,

between stations out of one timate where the major share of Kelly has reported that his I l-o l.x r..p.. li.hgi
---- -- work will be finished, and the i
another's range on opposite side the increase has originated but I 1952 Chevrolet Liability Insurance i I \V\\TKD WHITK HorSKK KKI'KU
Ladies the four-Iamng ready to go as far as j for elderl lady to \IIn\ .
"t area besides regular communications disclosed that a large part of iti i tn j- 'f.
the County is concerned the I t-rt-n.'e> .hanged fall
between Reddish came from additional over-the- by 2 Dr. A Beauty t Contact Us Concerning the I 1', anI 5"1 N St. flaire .St before I

Br,>An, the city police, and two counter business and from box end of :May: I : NEW I INSURANCE LAW III
BRAS S i 'ol'SIBlark Cocker Spaniel dog
38c :ial ambulances equipped with rental j 1954 Chevrolet I I 'tillar. niJtt I e Ouncr may haH
: idio, there's hardly a moment He said that the volume of mail Humphreys Rites Held No Membership Fees I nv Id..nllfyingrank l-h-.
Jlh'II" 44?
when the little gray box on a carried on City Delivery routes I Up
1st. Quality Wednesday Evening Kelair 4 Dr ; BEST HATES IN TOWN '
hack table in has the I TWO I-FHKOOM FI'n-:
the sheriff's officehasn't gone up steadily since IHIIF.fI apt
S Satins Excellent Paint 6 Months Policies a II .it mlii'.... included Inquire
19c Value something to say, or to be service was first started a little James E Humphreys a residentof I New Seat Covers ui.4. K Broanlen .St ApI 2, lip at

told over a year ago and added that Doyle E. CONNER
Williston died in a Jacksonville -
FOIt ,\ .
I."m .
-- -- ---- Even in rare quiet intt'r'als'hpn" parcel post business has also experienced -: dr'.ms n
hospital Monday following a INSURANCE AGENCY '.n lKh < rp-.rt It-g.
s always the an increase, i ilOr'LL AH The Above Cars 'I.-! N.> u.ilfvlnK! or 1""ln"
ChildrensDIAPER |II short illness 'j I Are OK Used Cars Phone 2S;) 136 W Call < ,'1.. !I'aj tinty| and take .,v. r
itu and snatches of voice from
I paym..n" I!>'
member appointn. only
| Humphreys a
SHIRTS .1'ivitv: along far distant: part I was ofj, I I'',,ne 4i4 2t. hie 4t:
the Baptist Church and 13 survived -; \\ \\T1.I':: T" It'Y.il..rr' .11 ..un1. i
: the ethereal network winding Bring the Children to our 'I t 1. a i"h a trv d' tf.in<) Will\ MALE HELP WANTED---Full or

Keg Value 2ZPhone -ilently through sidewalkers! just LOU the ne\\ Ester I by his wife. Ruby of Willis- Show Room for a ride in i c.-1"h'...rkc if price ii right. Box ltp; farmers part lime for, salesman nationally to contact I

:ft)c 19c utside the window. who pass brook purse-si/e fountain pens lr ton;> 3 sons: James E. Jr. of I|I the Kiddie Cor\ette. They national! accented liquid advertisra ffrtill-,

second 'I "1 N<">'IP..\I-HKK WANTED-Perii .1 I ..rs. Make MS to JJ5 ....
S I.lt oC St'sIes \ thout a glance I patel shades. Only $3.58 at Bradford Orlando, U B. of Orlando and' don't have to co to HUK- ...n-.nt p'.MtL.n. good working Liberal commission planV a w rlt k"

County Telegraph. Terry J. Humphreys of Williston I WELL, Bring them to I -nditi'.n-. Shorthand e l C. W. I :\' Hll.-nt future for promisingI ] P. O Poz 1115 C. S. Winter Oar
4 daughtersMrs Kingstonof I ..reLdatt'intact H A X.-Non.Mumphrevg I den Fla 2uhK 4 .!*
FILL DIRTGOOD Anchorage Alaska Mrs. J. E ; Gold Corp. Phone I

Deaton of Jacksonville Mrs. \ RATLIFFCHEVROLET I -Tark 6") 7MII itchA'I' t LOST-l'arakeet. dark IC'r..o"th!

s.H RICH \V.C.T.U. Donald L. Link of Jacksonville F' RENT-Ni.-dy: \ furn'-hed! 2- 'I yellow of Andy throat.Reward Answers Dorothy to Sklbai name.
and Mrs James W. Leudtke of t '- I I Mrs .symour lip
: TOP SOILSee : "TIIK CHAIN'S 01TIlE mUSK Milwaukee Wis.; and two sisters CO. I Zip 4/l

McCormick:: of Orlando I FfflAI.K-19-.S Ford pirkup'r
Mrs B
'fr.SER.LL'RE Large Farm Ranch
TOO LIGHTTO ; k. AI\- SO era! hot wat'r ,
1'>0ht BE FELT UNTIL THEY AUF Td Mrs Kate Walker of Auburn- "OUR SERVICE I h..at. r.n'9 Court. Phi.n-nfl* 4 j'7-T." Timber Loans


Call !St.I BILL JACKSON Services were herd Wednesday TWO J'FrJOfurnh"d! h-,U'*
fackson Transfer Company. (MfiNAL: TRESVEVANSTON 'It 3 p.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones"hapel Cor. Coll and Court Streets "T'r"wnl'e\ Walnut St.. In'iulre at !3M;( Itp R JERRY O. GAY

HJ.) at Starke Rev Lewis D Starke, Fla. INSURANCE SERVICE
B t Phone I i AI.TFP.\TIOo: WORK d"n> at P...
165 .nI -
and interment
'Ta'nes officiating
,,, ', : I n'r. I'hon S71-J 1227 E. CaflftRADFORD
-1. }' >nnie Shop EIIP..rll'ncl'/
-J .-_ .' .,". --... ;: 9c. ,...., ..i'_ -'_;S'_ .>@Or. --- -. .'.as; at Crosby Lake Cemetery. : I Mrp r:. W Pond 2tp 4 :27 i
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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph

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Over $7,000 Reported Spent in County I I II .vnvvvnnvvnnnrv.v MAXVILLE Matriarch J CLAY HILL ti .BUSINESS- AND* LEAS W I

i Political Campaigns In Single Month By Mr*. C. U. oS owAAAAAAAAAAAAA..AAAAAA. ,.niti l(| ylr's, j. L. arlll\l.alhl 41' Y

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contributions totaling Raymond: Kilgoiei ra mm.>. Moore 'LniUri": >'
Campaign M-Sgt
end 22.50 for advertising from' ''! of :Mr and :Mh .
of Base. Par..im.i t
JS.371.93 and expenditures Air Force
i fund W. C. (Billy) Tyndall ? r
$100 ; "I who live near S'" KI
$7,640.38 have been reported to City Lent the weekend herewith f ; i
: with fund of $120 less :
J ()well, a '.
I Bradford County Circuit Court ; his fiiIIl Y. :Mrs. morning Ape
the fee and $;J1.38 in advertising; ,
I been afflicted <
31 i welcome Mis one r -
Coun- to
Clerk Charles Darby by We are glad
I and Paul Raymond, who listed the t
:y Democratic candidates for the; Evelyn L. Stack back to school ; I went partially par.d\ L..C: im
fee $31.IS for advertising as
I period from March 2 ot April 2. and after serveral day's illness Sheis girl ;; other bandit dpsmo
I his expenditures from a $100 con- not live the norm..'! !>iI', >'
to Kills! j
candidates required school
The are our principal.
file monthly accounts of their I I tribution. !, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rickards of the j I children and young peow- a

campaign contributions and ex- Incumbent District 4 School ;I Callahan were visiting )Ir. Ri 11.ard's "% been failing ir mu t n> !
Roard Member Thornton Johns Maxville time and had be-i n'
penditures with the Clerk show- music students in \\
I! ing in detail where their funds I furnished a statement covering a I| Saturday.We ,-".Ie : Bradford County Hiuptj -
I $135 contribution the $60 qualifying I
the j an tent tor
are going. are glad to hear Andrew oxygen
I fee, and $48.74 in adver-
None of the 31, except Congressional Harris is improving after a recent I was dtFuneral. services
candidate Guy Andrews Using while his opponent Walter| illness. ing I I in the Highland Church WORK BECOMES 1'LAY when Mitchell and IK.nm. Crawford

reported contributionsfrom I S. (Walt) Sibley. listed the fee i: We are sorry to leain that and pastor Rev. E. C. Har- lelp their father IVurh Crawford, read, t'otlard. and tnrnips for

persons other than himself and $36.31 for cards spent from ;r Miss Jeanette Knight has been ills:i at the officiating. Burial was in the market. The Crawforl. put their bunched grwns in aby..

and the bulk of all listed expend his $110 fund.A i with an attack of Flu. j jMr. | Highland Cemetery. Our iottoni water hole to clean and crisp them and the fun begins when

itures to date a total of $5,193 campaign fund of $10, of and Mrs. D. H. Hill mo-1 Mrs. I sympathy; is extended to :the IIOJH wade out to gather them Milton 1). Carter and hi. son

has been used to pay qualifyingfees I i which $5 has been spent for advertising. ,I tored to Jacksonville Beach Sun-I .. hands, : j and other relatives. Hilly, are shown loading the green preparatory to taking them ttiarket. .>
is listed by: District 1 j| "I I O. J. of ,
which amount to five per ; day afternoon. Padgett son
ent of the salary of the officer Justice-of-the-Peaee candidate| Rev. Samblow of Wesconett days I Mrs. Yougan Padgett,
.ught. I II Alex L. Barnes. Incumbent F. MrsGeneva Smith and Hans ties, I ill at church SundayI feel rather lazyor like we should squirrel. Anyhow, I had rather
i tttU4 I
Andrews' is by far the most I O. Hodges listed no contributionsand I Carter were guests at the homeof % i ; I and the family had to takeI try harder than we do to go go out for the coons and possums
i no expenditures in his campaign i! I where we want to, especially to i!
than the
expensive campaign in the Clerk'e I, Mrs. Bette Dennis Monday MRS. MARY WHITEHEAD, very I I squirrels they arei
record, with total contributions }, for re-election to the of-j mal ning. !92-year-old matriarch of six She I attended the Association church. I i too little. I like "big game" and

f>l $2.R15 and expenses to April! i I fife which carries no salary and I We are sorry to learn that I generations of well-known Brad- ter of II Meeting at Hickory Rev. McGee filled his appointment I hope to bag some again in theI

2 of $2912.14. $1.430 of the budget therefore requires no qualifyingfee 1 Pete Criffia is a patient in the ('.nl and Union County citizens, !, about j I Church last Friday and with us Saturday night but I, near future.

: has been furnished by Andrews Neither i Incumbent District I Baptist Memorial Hospital in is now enjoying reasonably good She I i(i why we did not see once again. most everyone seemedto !I

and the remainder so fart.I 11 Jacksonville and wish for him a I health despite the fact that last Nancy I I Saunders with the other ; be off attending a political
by Id other contributors. The Constable J. L. Silcox nor D. B. I speedy recovery.C. year she suffered an attack of'': Raiford life."I|! Saturday night at Clay:; rally, or somewhere beside church. I lOf'LL IXVK the new R ter-

qualifying for Representative!I (Dick) Thomas, who opposes him. I E. Wilkinson Jr. has been pneumonia. \ I I i Church we learned that i i Cuyle Wilkinson will be the i i brook puf -size fountain pens in
to Congress is 1125. reported any contribution or ex- i this and Joe I
i Tilton ] ill and speaker Saturday
suffering with Sammy was very
prospective..I nenses in the race for that POSI- a painful carbuncle This "grand, old lady, who en- pastel shades, Only $ .58 at Bradford
Besides the fee the on his throat for several : |i hospital.; Wilkinson (his brother willj i!I,
the distinction
i tion, which Is also unsalaried. joys of being a County TelegraphFRIGIDAIRE/
Congressman had spent up to : preach Sunday night. ,
Lydia Strickland to the' I _
I reported
gieat-great-great grandmother, I
Darby stated that all figures days.Mr. ]
April 2. $R*991 for advertising'I
II I Can be expected to go much higher : and Mrs. Dan Hargroves makes her home with a daughter !I! Medical Center Tuesday i Everywhere I go. folks ask I' -
materials $46401 for newsnaperiadvertising. I before the primaries the visited with Ichabod Rowe in Mrs. Lydia Johns, at Raiford. I i Uaiford i; week and learned that : whyI never tell about my possum -

M3R90: : for radio advertising I' Campaigns were iust a, I Lawtey Sunday afternoon. In spite of her advanced years, ;i head : ,i condition has improved, hunts anpnore.'ell, it |
getting underway -I
XI 14.1.1 in
traveling''- last month. The Maxville Civic Club met Mrs. Whithead still enjoys read- County ,i and he does not have to ; seems the possums have finally !

penses, S5S47 for office' minnlien. :; .onday night and completed I ing (The Telegraph of course). ; .! any more for three months. learned not to come and knock !,

and "aid campaign phone bills of j laiis to serve a fried fish sup- Her hearing is slightly impaired. i| i I' infant daughter of Mr.!\ on my front door and dare me THE BEST-KNOWN

$29 99. | Teed Of f ".'r at the political rally which but her teeth are still in good )I Mrs. \ : | Bill Lang born March !I to shoot them. The woods have i NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
Th ouftlifvin fee is virtuallythe
much that I can'tg't't
will be held so
at the "I've grown up
club house enough shape for her to enjoy I showing slight improve-i I
only expense lIsted bv six un- I Saturday night, April 21, begin-I that traditional Teat of earlyspring 1 me I over her previous condi-' through them now, so I justdon't RANGES
optwued Incumbent Bradford of- ning at 5 o'clock. There I get around like I used to. I
I in Bradfo Countycorn ; up. has been unable to reI WATER HEATERS
ficials. plenty of fish : Jim is unable to farm as he
suppers for everybody I on the cob. I By I since birth, but at last
n..bv listed a self-contributionnf I I
and we urge! everyone to1 When asked if sh was able toi .: ; I and once did, so the animals do not .
1 some
was improving
$3 2.1R. a fee of $375. and M.40: |i attend. ) : | WASHERS & DRYERS
get around. Mrs. Wi itehead told ; i weight slightly. Bill is | come to our fields looking for
in I1dvertl lnP.: Tax Assessor! Gene I i '-
I Lons pPenrted 1\ .tt-rontrlh.tlo\I 1 r Mr. and Mrs. Jl. E. Griffis of a much younger erson who I I of Mr. and Mrs. Richard I food. It doesn't take them longto j Get The Best For Less

of $350 and a S349 RO ounlitviney\ r visited Mrs. Griffis' nephew, and II complained of difficu' v in stirring I I and we do hope the child (II learn, you see. From now on

I fee: and Tax Collector J. R. Kel- niece, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jack- about, and then monstrat- ; i well and growing as alii j this is a sad story! Last Friday I AtSmith's

Iv stpd a $375 fee and $5.10 for, I Ia' iIIn and family in Macclenny ed her own agility by springingto Mrs. I! should. {I Ii while I was in Gainesville with

advertising from his fund of I II Sunday. I her feet. j, primly i Lillie" Wilkinson was some friends and waiting in the Garage

$49. ,* Mrs. Gladys Copeland and family Trusts In The Lord i most i on friends in the Man-I car for them to finish shopping I

Snnervisor of Ree..ration Mrs. k visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kyle j She explains her long life very "I've i settlement last Saturday. a sassy old squirrel marched out FRIGIDAIRE
: I Cannon and daughter Sunday )I I she in her 80's and can still ;' in the middle of the street and
simply: i
Marian L. Crosby!' paid a fee of .. j I up Sales
... afternoon. I I and ServiceWe
'I i toI all around the right
$45 and anent MO for at1v..rtI1'l-' ). I "I have trusted in my Lord any other woman in
the from her 01'lin contribution ,, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbot- help! me. I've called on Him ankles.At unless it is Aun'!' where I was sitting and my old i Service AH Makes of

of .tloft- and Fel'r' M. Sullivan I :t [ ham and daughters and Mr. and !, so much I'm afraid He's got ;( I Padgett, also in her 80's. I II trusty shotgun at home! Guess I Kleclrical Appliances

Constable from District 8. and' Mrs Charlie Brown and family I tired of hearing from me, but I the these "young ladies" want it's a good thing, though for I 606 N. Temple A.e.I .
Ham A. Anthony Promt lIr-1 I spent Friday night and Saturday : know lIe's got the most wonderful :, She is I anywhere, they just start I might have been put in a cage I

vevor. recorded no camnalen oontributinns This six-months-old Guernseybull : -n Palatka as guests of Mrs. patience." i person and soon there. They''to stay until my fine was paid if PHONE 120

and no expenditures.as suits the owners, Mr. and Brown's family. On Saturday! A member of the Christian I useful some of as younger ones I had taken a pot shot at that

both offices are unsalaried. :Mrs A. C. Ellis of Rt. 2, Starke. I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kilgore1! church, Mrs. Whitehead Is very I

Harmon P. Morean. Incumbent .o a T. In fact. the healthy tad family joined them for a fishing liberal on religious matters. She .
Superintendent of Public Instruction. young specimen was born with I trip. They had an enjoyabloi I said: I -'- l u --" Jt ,

counted $15 for a list of i perfect T on his forehead and time and caught plenty of fish. .; "It isn't the name of the!

registered\ voters and his $300 .vas promptly named Teeter by 'I The ladies participating in the I church that saves; you have t&: J' I

qualifying fee spent from an 'he Ellises. Guerneseys usually cancer drive in the vicinity of'Maxville do that yourself. I've about wore

original S 4(11) fund. His onhonent lave a white dot en their fore- I on Monday were Mrs. 1 out my old Bible." |

Carl Roberts listed a contributionof leads, but this one apparently Opal Hill, chairman, and Mesdames :' The delightful old lady's face; i / ; rf' l-

$450 with $300: expended for I iecided to do something Raymond Kilgore, Dos; was wreathed in a whimsical

the fee and $46.19 used for ad, dHtere.nt'i Higginbotham Oscar Harris, Lea, smile as she recounted her early 1 1

vertising. I...... ................. !lie Chilson E, W. Dennis and C. days."I. T l/

Sheriff P. D. Reddish reportedonly I I B. Nolan. The ladies collected almost ; was too young to remember /
his $375 qualifying fee anda !: $60 on this occasion. ] anything about the War between y'r..f a

$425 contribution as did his! AND NEW RIVERMrs. On Tuesday, April 3, Mrs. A. j i the States, but I do recollect that I". .f:}, '
opnonent. H. A. Lawson. with p II. Johnson went by plane to'!'''! they told me that the woman had

.100 contribution and the fee. E. \. Sapp visit her little daughter June. I 1 I hard time of it, doing such I/I .
I '
County Judge Theron A. Yawn. II I,; in Naples. June is staying with !]! things as cutting dr1the hard :: S. : ,, L 'l7

Jr. listed a $13(5: ( contribution .AUAAAUUAUUU.AAA. j Ian aunt, Mrs. H. H. McGee for i 1 wood trees to get ashes to make /

$3fiO fee, $47.33 for cards and $15 The political rally at New River the remainder of the school soap with. ;r

spent for advl'rtlslngLex: Green.i Community Center was well ;eason. :Made Their Own Cloth : jl/i

also a rand'd.ite' for the nost. reported -; attended Friday night. The night iI {i j Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Mrs. C. !! "I remember going to school at l. '

the fee and a $375 contri air: was chilly with a cool breeze 3. Nplan: attended the Spring !( the old Smiley Schoolhouse," she I I

but ion. I blowing. But the nice hot coffee'and '' dress Revue of the Duval County., continued, "and playing games
I :
Incumbent County Commissionerfrom delicious donuts Mrs. Mana II I i Home Demonstration Clubs or' 'ke Hide and Whooo and Sell! rj'

District 1 Carl Prevatt has I Wiggins and Mrs. Cleo Andrews'; Tuesday, April 3, at the Seminole the Thimble. That was after we

spent $60 for his qualifying fee !: ;erved helped to warm up the ,: .{otel in Jacksonville. Mrs. Gnf'is -', moved over to Bradford Countv
and $51.35 from a $200 campaignfund crowd. I't i I had
I : and Mrs. Nolan were chosen spar New River. my
; C. F. (Rub) Carter has O. B. Moody celebrated his 75th !,I :o represent the Maxville Club in >ores to do every day, and one '

spent the fee $37.30 for advertising birthday Sunday with a basket :;i modeling. Over 90 ladies participated -!: .hine we had to eat I liked

and $620 in travel expenses j dinner at his home. All of hisi I j i in this event. A delicious 1!i especially. was the old-fashioned ,

from his $200 contribution for the I'i children and their families were I '!luncheon was served at the close '.I ffinserbread mv mother" made.

same affice; and District 1 Coun- with him on the occasion. They i )f the revue in the Seminoleroom. with
We spun the cotton, dyed it
ty Commissioner candidate Harold \ were Fernie, Seeber, Bud, and .
indigo and it was woven into
K. Norman listed a contributionof Leona.
I Mrs. Mary Wellhausen spent
$200 with the fee, $70 99 in Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp of St. several
| ; days last week with herI !
advertising and $15 for a list of Augustine visited Mr. and Mrs. : -.
I I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'n rirrnll Court. Bradford 4'n atr.Floridnt I .
registered voters as his expenditures. -' E A. Sapp Sunday afternoon i I Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen and fami- In rhanrrry 1' =
; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lane ly. ,I'I0.Mary Collins F.. Collin, Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Allan ; : :
II A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr., incumbent and children of St. Petersburg i Case No. 10-143J -
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fairish. and '
County Commissionerfor i and Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Moody.i and irdrr. Of 1.lIhll."II.. .tndollrr. .. Ti I :: ii- ) : '
family Miss Jewel Higgin- \ t District 3. reported a contribu- of Lakeland spent Saturday nightand botham Allan O. C..llInhose address II I I ____
i were business
tion of $100, a J60 qualifying! fee. Sunday with their mother visitors in Isr.. S S. Oriikanv. CVA 34, F P. I ..
Starke Saturday. 0. fan }Francisco California. I
and $3631 in while : Mrs. Fronie
advertising i Moody. i V"U are required to appear on I '
Jesse E. Newsome. accounted for ': Don't forget to help "UncleDock" Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and April 30, 1956. In the above named

the $f>0 fee and $-I1.3S exnendedfor ;, Andrews celebrate his ,. family visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred seeks r'.iirt and divorce cause and wherein restoration plaintiff of !I

advertising from his $105 fund 93rd birthday at New River Baptist .! Sweat and family in Mac- maiden name. II I,
I I I I telegraph shall\
for the post aM Maurice Edwards next Sunday. Come in time clenny Saturday.Mrs. I publish Urarttora thin county Order In next four ; In loots, too, i'uiu it runt with !styling that only:! the ThunIl),Third could' inspire
Jr. also a .Candidate listeda for church services at eleven and Nell Parrish, Mrs. D. J. w..kly Issues. I
$100 contribution the fee. and visit with Uncle Dock in the (' Parrish and family, Martha Hart \Vltne. mv hand and official Il'al
: .. this March. 27
!t at !:tark. Florida
$15 spent for a list of registered afternoon. He has aso! promised;' and Jewel Higginbotham were 1$5S.
in Starke 1 to"'n :IAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs i !
voters. to play his fiddle for us. j j Thursday afternoon. Clerk of said Court Ford Firs

District 5 County Commissioner We regret that Mrs. Felton1 i Clifton Nolan was a business fly Marian L. Crosby; Deputy Clerk goes
1 'i )[ Chas U. )less. 04-05 Guaranty
visitor in Jacksonville j i' OD.
M. C. Harrell listed only the Moody suffered an acute attack;' Saturday ': Life HuildinK. Jacksonville Fla.
$60 fee and a contribution of of appendicitis last Thursday and Monday. i Atty f..r Plf. 3/30 4t 429PULPWOOD

$63.75; R. H. (Russell) Green, Jr.. '' '','eningand was operated on .I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and ,, I II

also a District 5 Commission candidate J'; Thursday night. She is under the ; family were in Jacksonville Friday I In
In Performance Safety In
recorded the fee and a'''' care of Dr. Houpt and is doing on business. TJ Economy l

$100 campaign fund; and District:: nicely. !| D. J. Parrish was a business i fff
I 1. At Daytona, Ford won the Manu The editors of "Motor Trend"voted In the Mobilgas Economy Run,
:5 celebrated her
candidate Floyd Wiggins Miss Ida: Merritt visitor in Ocala
reported -
Monday morn facturer's Trophy for best all- Ford's Lifeguard Design a Ford \'-8 won over all can in its (
$3375 for advertising and 67th birthday Sunday. Mr. andMrs. ing. IS OUR BUSINESSMr. around performance. And Ford's "the top car advance" 19.)6.11'5 a doss. It carried more weight with ,

the qualifying fee from his orig- James Lavender, Mr. and Mrs. Thelma Rainer and Jackie 225-h.p. engine smashed 30 world a whole family of safety features IN greater gasoline economy per

inal $120 contribution.The t }Is. Harold Shiver of Gaines- > Joiner were guests in Baldwin Landowner we're hereto I records at Kinsman, Ariz. Truly, & to help protect you from injury in ... pond than any eom-x.titivC car
District : School '' vine and Mrs. Nan Merritt and Ford of accident "sues" well "
Board Sunday of Mrs. Rainer'a father, serve you when you bare goes first case as dghts"II
race reports were made by Incumbent 1 son. Ralph, surprised her with a'big Sam Davis. pulpwood to selL Whether I,

J. E. Brown, who has nice birthday cake. The Maxville boys soft-ball
O B. and James Lavender jour load it large or small,
spent $60 for the qualifying fee Moody team will play Lawtey Sunday :
; made a business trip to the modern facilities of Brad- protests
April 29 at Lawtey. All boys on
linesvllle Saturday.Mrs. I ford \Voodyard are at yourdisposal. I
i the team ,
please meet at the
GAINESVILLE RONDEEWAREHOUSE Nan Moody and Miss Ida home of :Mrs. Dorothy Waters or Bring vw :your next Thunderbird. Its rugged };:-bar frame and carefully-built body FORD V" 8

Merritt spent Sunday night In Claude North not later than one load. We pay cash "on the give it the endurance and reliability traditional with Ford.

"t4U' Local Mayflower Al'eDtIO'I (tlainesville with Mrs. Harold o'clock. The game will start at spot" These are the facts behind Ford's reputation as the car that'sworth

Shiver and were attending to two o'clock. I more when you buy it. worth more when you sea it

fr I 'mstness In town Monday.The j We regret that Mrs. LonnIe CONTACTEdwin toot! Come in and let us show yowl! Worlds. Largest-Selling Eight

farmers of our section are Harris still remains ill at her

w gj busy setting and resetting to-1:, home here and wish her a speedy i

bacco. Some are plowing up corn recovery.Mr. W.\ Peck I
\nd replanting as most of them
> and Mrs. W. F. Sparkmarhave Andrews Motor Co.
have a poor stand, as we have
had verylittle rain. We are all recently sold their home OR C. F. BATEMAN:

thankful for the nice rain Monday here in Maxville and plan to
G STORAGEPhone Phone 474-J
morning.Mr. i make their home in Atlanta, Ga
Gaines\1110 and Mrs Gerald Adkins of soon. They visited last week in I P U. Box 129. Starke, Fla. ,

FR6.5221Collect: Hampton were visiting Mr and West Palm Beach GREAT TV, FORD THEATRE, WMBR TV. SUNDAY, 7:00 P.M. I
Mrs Albert Moody Sunday:
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I 1 knowledge, sympathy friendship is gone, and the best is yet to led" This by you.notice I Building Jacksonville 2. Florida has been flIed against you In the said Complaint will be takent
i and love. When I can not do come. each week shall be publishedonce and file the original In the uffu-r above named Court and cause and I confessed by )00.
for four con ot< you of.
are required to verve a copy
anything else, I shall just pray God bless ,live week In the Bradford Count i iTelegraph. .. .
L you every one.LOVELURA I I II l r before the our answer or pleading to the com- (>once each week for !ne i--
for the young folks. I 7 day of Mar, 1S5; claim on 'hf Plaintiff Attorney live' weeks In the Bradford (Vjntffeleeraph.
| Dated this 30
day of March 1956. ,
otherwise .
the allegations of said
Herald R. Hart. 301 Smith uild- i
This morning life is wonderfulfor fOFJo"ICI.ILI Charles A. Darb> ,,Complaint will be taken as confessed ins Jacksonville. Florida +j Dated th! ?3 day of M .c. > ,
me. They are putting in a ft I.I. FOR IIIDS |. By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of h* Circuit Cmir-Clerk'''i|; by you. ind file the original In the office of 'OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles. A. Part v II
Sealed bids will be received !by i Deputy This notice shall te published I hr Clerk of the Circuit Court on I Clerk of the '"r. t l' ilirlRy ,
\\ .ttl'r tap in my garden so Iran I| the City Council of the City ,:'f 4/6 4! 4/27 Dice each week for four consecutive !h. fw the .t ,1.1\ f \I'r:i Marian! I. Crosby l> ,;;'I'v .' '< ,

I> Luca 8urgess {fotirPQNCA have water to irrigate my'Florida Starke ,at until the I city::00 cluck Hall in P.M.Stark..11. NOTICK TO API'KAHIn Weeks TKI.KCH in U'H the BRADFORD COl'NTY 1956; otherwise the alliputlon of .

WEDR plants at any hour. I should be !Tuesday, the 1st day of May A U.! ,, f'irrntt ('",.rt. llrnlr..ril County Dated this 3 day of April. 19D8.OFFICIAL I
-- -- .--- ,. Flurld'o ('hanrery.wllard ( SEAL ('hart.- A i'..
able to raise i.II; ', at which time and place all .
much nice food "
so : I. ruli": ''''tiff! vsIJila clerk! of the Circuit Court
lids will be
\ the dolt! of Spring I went in another whirl of work. I have a large strawberry patch and read aloud and, on the jml.lulyopened f.il- A. Catlett Defendant. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy CI..-t That's Our Huxincxs

glide on the wings of time. I ', My life is still busy. I love every 1 and raspberries. I have out two I Iuwlng One water: tank and tower locald ;i i j >o'ire Top,'".,, tale .\". 10-1464 In The County Jmler (..4/6.nrt 4t In 4%utl:: I 01 ASS, If It's Glass We Have It : \
lean hove, plant garden and patches Irish To: I.illa A. i'itrtt. whose resl- For Hrmlrord County, Florida.
of potatoes, and
minute of it too. I know, though, a <- on the electric plant blmk in the '
sing with the bird,.. I'I j ridge for 100 sweet potatoes City of Stars. to be dismnntelr.i denoe and address i Is: Unknown. In Probate.In I CALL WHITE or VISIT I II
I am slowing down. I have so and removed from You are hert.y notified that a suit tieKMaie of JE.-\'o' ETTI:

Grow old along with me! many memories. I have a great | plants. I will have about every plant block. Bidder the must electric furnish |i I has for been divorce filed against you In theabove YOt'NG.Normn Deceased.fitrniioits kU Peters Glass Co. !:i
I kind vegetable to the City of Starke the Joe i
and necessary |
The best is yet to be, :, fund of poetry, learned through insuram protection in all phases named Court and cause and All creditors of the estate < '. I
| you are required: to ,,
of .
the and I am flowers mixed in at every odd serve a copy Jeanette Young, deceased. : r.' t
The last of life, for which the'| years. many songs. 1 saidater your answer or pleading to the hereby notified and reij.iu.d I
i still spot. I don't seem to get tired on the Plaintiff FOR ANY GLASS; NEED I
first made. learning. I am studying be complaint Attorney i tile any claims or demands w !L : ,
accompanied by certified check [ '
j when I set out plants and J.R. P.urnsed. Marclenny, Fla. they may have aj"alllH.1: : -' >'.
Shakespeare, and learn new plant bid bond in the the Design Modern Store Fronts
Our times are in his hand. | songs or amount of ten |!and file the original tn the officeof in the office of the Jude!
j in our church thoir. Now someday seeds. I like to work in the deep per cent (lO'l) of total bid. |! the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ..f Bradford County, Florida County, in Il.t! Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Rabbi Ben EzraIt The said
City the ,
'I reserves rightaccept
or before the 7 day of Nay
: black soil. Courthouse at Starke. Florid, w't'-; :
I shall sit back and watch the ,
I I to or reject any or all bid?. j 1958: ; otherwise the allegation of j in eight calendar months from tI i > Table Top
KJ only the last ten years ;[ younger generation squander en- I On Easter we sang our Cantata I ( ITY OF STAUKE. Fi/miD.v |said Complaint will be taken as j date of the first publication of tt: :
I I 1313 X W 4th '
Py Carl Johns. City Clerk. ,confessed by you. I PI. Gainesville.: Fla. Phone FR. 2-435.1: : I'
that I I'i I i notice. Each claim demand nil-'
have or
begun to understand ergy. I will have put away at the school house and had a 4 13 3t 4./:!; This notice shall be published ,
I I be in writing and must state tin-
the above poem. How true it is. :i i: childish things as the Bible says, i nice crowd. Thl're're four! (I once each week for four consecutive j place of residence and post-off a-

I have lived a rich, full life like ;|' and really become grown up, i church choirs. Next year is our I (' \1.1. roit mix ',graph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele- address of the claimant and in.-: -
I Sealed bids will be received by I i be sworn to by the claimant, h- I
most all of you. The early days spiritually, and know that I have. church's turn to plan and take the City Council ..f the City of I Dat.i this 4 day of April 1956. I II agent or his attorney, or It will:

"if youth we had so much ent'rg,1I.nd (,: learned to meet disappointmentwith : :j care of the Cantata. I sang my I[ Starke Florida at until the S.UC City o'clock Hall In I'.M.Starke onTuesday I I (Official Clerk Seal) of Charles the Circuit A. Court'II | March become:21 void. 1S5K.Theodore according. to law.

! wanted to reform and make dignity, and death with faithin j short solo with ease and delight. i ii I II the 1st day of May A.II., ', By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy: Clerl. Young.

'he world over. \Ve raced through ( the greater hereafter. Let us i "Lo, r am with you always, even 1956, at which time and place all''' 4/6 4t 4;27'i '1 Administrator of the 1-1.:.i"r WEIGH \
I II | bids received will be publicly op.nU of Jeanette Young, DiMi.i-.ni. the
iife with the energy of a whirl-I all grow old together with no j Ito the end of the world," those ,- and tad aloud, on the following! : 'i i iI "rnnTO: 1PPC1RIn : First publication on March .to. ]I.' ,'. advantages

wind. Most of my life I M'eI| regrets.Ve can meet frustrationwith were some of my words. II j I One New 1936 Tudor Sedan: Color.,i: Florhln(On-ill: In Court< hiincrrt.llniilford County i 3-30 4t 4 .".i'.MM'ICK '
I Ulack. six or eight i cylinder with'a vs.I
lone the work Of'three people. faith and irritation with insight | I have baked a cake and shall minimum of 160 11.1'. motor awl J.'' ,-ih| F Samli.r. Plaintiff : 'lit1'1'111 I
Et ii I R. :Sand: 1'f.-nd.nu.
l remember even my own mother,, and understanding. Age can i put the chocolate icing on it in Lace with a e minimum iuippd with of 115-imh h'-avy wheel duty''' (".c N"'; 10-1462 In Vli.riiln Clrruil. : In Court.< I.r Itrailfwrd, County, of a checking account f fa

would! say. "I don't see how you i be rich in ease and rest, it should a few minutes. Don is at the I' !brakes, radiator, fan and turn indicutors. '':olive: Klh.Tn _1.lppearsTu It Sander whose! resi- Richard Lee Offield. plaintiff r
Ket much done. Then not be a burden but full of Also with and without Winifred uffield, Dcf.-nd.int.
Sll away. ; store, and Digger dog is tied deuce and address is: Washington, 1 1to
| automatic transmission 60 AMP.: :j D I'. Case No. lf'-14l.I:
1 outside. Yesterday two of my Generator and Voltage i j! ollce To ApprarTo
dear close ,I One 1954 Ford Ih.gulat"r.l|1 You are hereby notified that a I : Wmitn-d (>(field, whose rideni --
came over fur divorce '
1 Sedan to be traded on purchase of suit e and address Is24S4 poplar
Vote For to help me sew rags to ha\'e'' new car. Police Radio not included. -!:has been filed against you In the Street, Kansas City Missouri.,
N A. LAWSON '[above named Court and cause and You are hereby notified that a
some rugs woven for the sun I i you are required to serve a copy u1'
i The said City reserves the right'to HUH for1I.r'
porch. I plan to get the white ; accept or reject any or all bids.I I!< .t.rr.plamt our answer in the or: Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the I: ..., and custody of minor
CITY OF STAHKE. FUHUPA i iHy t T 1' ..t.: ( 1i
; paint and begin painting out I .ii-v .urm lv..f..vi..ml
i '
I'I'I crtrl t Johns, City Clerk.
F ForM SHERIFF j I there, as soon as I get my peas 4/13 3t 4 271In I 'hllclr..n'I

< I I planted and lettuce beets and j Ji The I1rruU-r;; of the Eighth'Judicial : !

," ) i such. We have already had such iI j Clrrult of the !Male' of mm
Florida In and Fur Bradford
f I good green onions from a patch j ('uont,. Km i
1 ;4'" He Stands For: of winter onions I set out last In Chancery.
t L II I fall. Whoopee! How wonderful J.v. \PUKVATT.>1. PlaintiffTIMOXS I :

.. Safer Highway ''Is life this Spring! I C. nEED and FRANCESICKKfi

.: J!\'. A Better Community For Your HELPFUL HINTS: To pick REED. his also wife known Defendants.an FRANCIS i! of details are managed and economic-

V ChildrenFairness broken bits of glass on the floor ,,,TIt'I01-' M'F.OiL !MASTSU'9i ally attended that only a trained and 1 -,
r-,.,'- -, ;..i'of' Honesty and Impartiality use a bar of damp soap to run Take notice that SILK under and In accordance t careful organization can attend when :
time saved convenience safety
rA ". r To All over the area. Then shave off I with the Final Decree of the urgent need for serving is at I ,
Foreclosure In the above entitled
%v .
the and throw it To
soap away. I ': Master hand.DeVVITT,
( ause the undersigned Special permanent record and others. Then
(I'd. I'ul.l1v.) keep the cap of a bottle of nail !: will sell to the highest and bent i iI1 I

polish or glue from sticking coat |I1 door bidder at for the cash County at the Court south(louse front in |i iStarke I open your account in this friendly bank

the screw threads with soap. To I I : Florida during the legal ,
hours of sale on Monday, April 30 ,
the vitamins In
keep your vegetables -
I ;
il\f j6. the following property situate'In
A BONDED REPRESENTATIVEof cook in small amount of Bradford County Florida, to-wit: | Phone 7 Starke, Fla.AmbiitancF. : today'I
water, in large pieces. Try sew- From the Northeast ofI|' I
the NEll of PK1' of Section II, '
ing buttons on with dental floss. Township 6 South, Range 22 East Funeral Director 't'r\'lrl' I

Singer Sewing Machine Companyis They will really stay put. run South JOO feet for point of ,
Peglnning.! thence run West 200 Our local funeral home enables 0111 ;o offer C Hnltol.U-t4I ana i
in the I Here is a pie that tastes like feet thence run South CO feet, #
services! not o>others available
If want thence run East 200 feet thencerun
STARKE AREA Apple pie. you some- North 50 fet to point of beginning -
thing different try it. being two lots bought of ___ # .# II FLORIDA BANK t STARKE
EACH CRACKER (apple) pie Mattie I'. Gahagan by parties of
first part.Together 'We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices &II. J
MONDAY and FRIDAYfor Bring to a boil in a sauce pan: with the tenaments.
11-2 cups sugar 1 1.2 cups water hereditaments and appurtenances accept AlII11fe insurance policy in force. ISMI*.] by AN': : Member Florida National Group

thereto belong or In any way ap company as payment In part or in full on a fuuer&l
1 teaspoon cream of tartar. pertaining.
SALES SERVICE REPAIRSmail sTheron A. Yawn. Consultation 'Arrtei" no nDjlgatlen
Into an unbaked pie crust break I
I Special Master.A. \ }
112 soda crackers. Sprinkle with J. Thomas, Jr., Atty. for Plaintiff I

coupon below cinnamon and chunks of butter. 4/6 it 427SOTIfK ,

- - - Pour over this the above mix- 1'0PI.F.lt '

| ture you let come to a boil. IB Circuit Court Bradford Coumtf
S1MJKK SKWIXQ! MACHINE CQ. Florida i In Chancery.
Your pie crust should be one- Joseph 1... Hair. Plaintiff, vs. Ruth I
402 No Marlon Street half full of crackers. Do not Yow Hair Defendant.

Lake City Florida break them too fine. Take a I To AppearTo Case Xo. 101435Nollce I Dorit let Horsepower
Gentlemen: spoon and push the crackers all : Kuth Yow Hair. whose: residence
and address !Is' I'nknown.
1 amID need of the following;: down under the liquid. You can You are hereby notified that a!

_________Sen Ice on my present Sewing ILuhbaeSen add strips across or a full top. 4U" for 1

_____-_____ Ice on my present Vacuum Cleaner Bake in150 degree oven until Divorcehas been filed against you tn the i I

________Information on New Sewing Machine done. above named Court and cause and ,
you are required to serve a copy oft t tI
So our lives go on as Robert .I your answer or pleading to the com- : 1 1g

NAME ________ _______________________________-______ Browning said; Our times are plaint on the Plaintiff's' Attorne)
I Juhn E. !':antora, Jr. 2"2 Professional a drag on engine
in his hand Who saith "A wholeI Building Jacksonville, your

ADDRESSCITY _________________----_____________ planned. 2. Florida. .
and file the original In the office of

______________________ rIIO 'E.__-_____ AH we grow older let up put the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
away childish things and be glad before the 7th day "f1.1Y., l':'* .
1 otherwise! the allegations of bald
that life's fitful fever of youth Complaint will be taken as confe s.


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{ rvyTtvvttttvyvvnrvyvvv' j branch fell where the car was ] :yards and streets all over town. P. Wadsworth.Mrs. I :1 Rufus M. CrashR Ferguson -! .

T. F. Brown is visitingin J. R. Hixon, YV. H. !
KaptistVMU Mwts"Tell NoegelIt.
parked, but apparently the roof Miami with her son and family B. Southerland, Joe Gnffis, i i Vote For
HAMPTON was holding the weight of the I Them of Jesus the Iliinilil l K.! .1\
Mighty to Save" was the program Mr. and :Mrs.: Gordon Weest. and W. C. Conner. These plans; l \ OlllllililFOR .1k ,

branch, as damage to the car I Ij topic for the April meet- I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall spent have a complete lay-out of tii! ,

Ky Mrs.! D. E. Hill j amounted to only a dent the,i ing of Hampton Baptist Church '1 last week visiting in tiami'itn farm with a soils map in :liuU-J! I

size of 50-cent piece in the j their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. .
AAAAAA&&u..u..uuu a j \\ m last Friday evening at the
I! right front fender-the rest of the i home of Mrs. Marvin Faile. I .. and Mrs Darell Burkhart. = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTHS I was discussing the new methods
.March WlauV In AprilEvidence Mrs. Louise! Hogan of Hampton of gum farming with Lonnie | Commissioner
1 unscratched. Mrs. Charles Hicks presented County
car was I
March winds blowing '
Lake underwent an operation at Crawford the other day. lie !.- [
was left j The tree also tore down the I' the program, and Mrs. Faile gave Soil Conservation
right through April I I! Bradford County Hospital last: starting! a Gum Farming- Opera-j i
the devotional. Discussion on s1 I FROM DISTRICT ONE
,>n Wednesday morning last week i electric lead-in-line to the house. I" I Saturday. : N-E-W-S tion this year, and has just about j ji :< r
In- Mrs. Williamson Lillian were starting a Sunbeam organization \i \\LAWTEY>
when a huge oak tree crashed I and j Mr. and Mrs. James Broome i finished putting on the first j
'" the front of Wiley Williamson's at home at the time. highlighted the business meeting.j and children of Orlando spent the I I Ity Kill H-uv, streak. He is using the bark hack j HORN AND REARED

house in Hampton.The The winds on Wednesday, as Mrs.Mrs. Clarence Charles Cooper Hicks,, president.I weekend in Hampton with the, Soil Conservation Service jI j; and 50 per cent sulphuric acid j :"Fif, 1 IN KKADFOIU) { COUNTY
i top of the tree caught the well at those throughout las:1 I I program Frank Williams family. I This method not only saves time !;
front corner of the roof this week chairman and Mrs. J.V.. Home I II and labor '! -------------- -- ------
porch ,, week and early Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dixon of I' The Board of for* in only requiring a new glands .
missions chairman, Supervisors
knocking down a rafter and bending brought down branches and ,!, community Jacksonville were Sunday dinner ; streak every two weeks, but it For lIone-t Sincerity and Economyt
I I[ plan to as local delegates to the Bradford Soil Conservation
: tm on the roof. A large heaps of Spanish moss to litter go guests of the E. SSibleys in : also eliminates severe wounds
I District held their monthly ,
the state WMU convention in St. regular t Pit. I'nl.d\
-. __ I Theressa, and visited friends in I at Green's and damage to the tree. He i is i'.
-- meeting Lloyd
-. _- -' -"--'" -- :: : n ___ =. ,'. !I Petersburg next on week.Tuesday and Wednesday 'I Hampton Sunday afternoon. home. also following one of the new ..
I I I j practices under the Naval Store i
I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Melton The Board to i
':!i: Offering from this month's and son of St. Mary's, Ga. visit- Soil Stewardship voted Week starting sponsor I|i Conservation Program by qiiaii : HERE'S THE SECRET; .
meeting was sent to Miss Xorma
I i I fying for under Restrict-1
ed Sunday with ::\Ir.lelton's:: par- May 6. As in the past, ministersof i payment ,
Sweeney, local missionary in Brazil : V

j ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mel all denominations have been I|I ing turpentining- prev.onslv''
and donations were voted to ,1 i ton. ', worked trees. Xo round trees will! S/I/4PPll TURTllE er
I invited to take
j be sent to the Carver School of I part in the ob- be worked this ,
r-- I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slade were sec'ance. j I year
Missions and Burney Gifts. i POWER MOWER
guests for dinner Tuesday evening -I Roman Alvarez will.
I Hostesses for the May meetingwill represent II ]
I II at the Avory Slades, honoring the District Area Speaking Con- I] CHAS NO WHEELS
be inrirn
tt Otto Hicks and lrs.1 I or IMIIM-KCX TO.Votlre
I I Charles 1licks.- Mr. Slade's birthday. I test to be held in Jacksonville. I HI:1I.ICII: : l'I"IIIIOi :\ \ II;
II j jI Miss Sue Chastain was the Subject of the talk will be "Con- : is Powerful, self-propell-
I I I Christian Churl'lluPI'I'f: ;|I overnight guest Saturday of Miss]i serving Natural Resources In My I undersigned under given the iir"vM that 1.\t Town Hull Tonight j I Frances Reeves in Keystone ,i i Soil Conservation District. of Chapter :0.35t. Laws of Fl.irirta Skidpan Can- t
I A fellowship supper will be held I I I Arts of 1941, will register with the I!, on
Heights. j As usual, Mrs. Green nerk of the Circuit Court in and [ scalp lawn.
i at Hampton City Hall Friday! Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe May of ed refreshments! and we sen'-j roc Bradford County, State of Finnia. '. "
it I evening, April 20, at 7 p. m. by I Hyattsville, Md., and Mrs. \Vitau\ some of the best chocolate nt.I'! '-' L Fingertip Leaf Mulcher available. A new
the Hampton Christian Church. Aprogram I have name of Florida Tit Rid .', -
Lambert and daughter of Silver j ever sunk I 1,1 I Iuluft.r
my teeth in.
I of slides and film strips I Springs, Md. arrived Saturday to I I am getting off the track a little hifirvss which at S64 we Temple are A entrain.\..., V.n d I k mi, I k te ; kind of power mower.

of the Hawaiian: Mission is plan- visit in Hampton with their parents I but if you want extra good Fla..ins.. TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY
I ned. Members and H.rnold, Box 9< 3. St.ik.
friends of the I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May.Mrs. fudge chkith Mrs. Green Fla.

church are invited to attend and I;os'oeIay left by plane i iTuesday j for the secret in fudge making. Guy If. Sale, Box 41, FLU: L. ,
Xoi I
bring a covered dish of food. for New Orleans] whero | /Or. J w- ""yrr.r..
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cover charge or collection will be' she will visit with her parents. i'1 Complete soil and water conserration i'.. k-onvllle, FlaI'r.d
RCA Victor 17-inch Thrifton. Lowest taken. j thi filh day ..f. \ir.! t I.
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farm .
while Mr. in -
May Hampton plans were received 1"' it :aurkt.: iijdt..rd: I' .i..'s PHONE 69 STAKKE. FLA.
priced RCA Victor TVl Cabinet 37% Nine people from Hampton! until early next week. Mrs. for the farms of II. H. Lewis I' N":..,"i.i

smaller than previous table models-fits Christian Church attended the! Lambert and daughter will be in 40; 4t I .; ..

close to Hidden Panel" Tuning con- monthly youth rally of North Hampton until Saturday when

ceals controls on top. New Balanced Florida Christian Youth at Lake they return to Silver Springs.Mrs. .

Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. RolIarQUfldstand Butler Thursday evening Eighty- Carlton Chastain entertained -

extra. Model 17S6022. '' nine were present, with seven at her home with a Stanley .

churches represented party on Monday of last ,
$159.95 Supper, Rally Next \Verk week. Refreshments were servedto aC'z r.

Serving will begin at 5:30 14 guests.Mr. i

m. for the chicken supper 1"1 and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, T. iI iI I

Hampton Elementary School, pre F. Forsyth, Mrs. Ina Knight and

I ceding the political rally next son. Ronnie were Sunday dinner I I

I TV ServiceAll Friday evening, April 27, Mrs. guests of the Carl Wilsons at ,I A- n

Ola :M.: Perkins announced this Heilbronn.Mr. I

week. and :Mrs. R. E. Starr andson.

The supper in the school cafeteria Pat, of Gainesville visited SUMTERL.

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates before the rally is to raise Mrs. Bynum Perkins in Hampton
money for playground equipmentfor Sunday afternoon.
Fully Equipped ... DependableAll .
the schoolyard.E. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Toles of

Makes and Models I L. Birt has contributed moreI Rome, Ga. arrived Monday for a
than 100 books to the Hampton week's"isit with the Marvin
I School library. Mrs. Perkins Falles.

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV fied said. and They catalogued.are now being classi

Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wads- THE RIGHT POINT for the

239 Starke, Fla. I worth ana children of Bunnell, way you write. Come in and select .

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wadsworthof favorite ESTKRHRO.OK ,

OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY I Gainesville, and Mr. and :Mrs:[ Fountain your Pen. TELEGRAPH.

J. L. Anderson of Starke were
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QUEEN of the Hardtops fPontiac's !


Sumter L. Lowry, a native Floridian born in council to select site II
This one got our special a1tenDrive it and find something else you St. Augustine, August: 27 1S93.!); Has been Xaoall\ir Station. Honor of Jacksonville

tion-the magnificent Star Chief 4won't get in any other car: the com active in business military and civic fields graduate Virginia I

Regal CatalinasCombine Door Catalina, pride and joy of the bination of 227-horsepower Strato- Held top positions with many Florida concerns Military Theatre Institute. Served as Captain, Euro-

Pontiac hardtop family! Streak-8 and Strato-Flight HydraMalic including! 13; years Chairman of the pean World War I; Brigadier (,'en-

the The most exciting Catalina ever that leaves all other kinds of hoard (;ulf Life Insurance. Two terms. eral.! Pacific. World'ar II ::1.; years mem-

built (and remember, Pontiac intrapower in your wake! President. Jacksonville Chamber of Com- her, Florida National Guard; ; served throughall

Most Glamorous Styling duced Catalina design), Pontiac's By now you know this is just what merce. Presently Chairman of the Hoard, ranks; retired as Lieutenant 'eneral.; Received -

Star Chief hardtops reflect the best you've wanted-and you'll be happy bushnell Steel Company and Cuban numerous Military Decorations and

and Breathing efforts of stylists given a free hand lol from e's nothing to keep you Metals Distributors: Inc. An American Awards, including two Distinguished Service '
laving original)
>e lavish with luxury. And generous : it! founder of American .Medals. Resides! in Tampa with his:
Here soft hand-buffed Your Pontiac dealer set Legion, formerly wife; has two daughters
they were are can you Florida State Commander. one sen; member
Performance top-grain leather, rich nylon, d'pstraight on this dream car's modest r Chairman of of St. John's Episcopal Church.

pile carpeting, all perfectly matched cost-and also show you Pontiac's THE ISSUE

in Hardtop History with exterior colors. Here's smartness three complete! lines of two- and four- .

and luxury you won't find in any door Catalinas in three price ranges. The
big issue
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other car at any price! One is bound to be yours! : segregation, which hnohes the individual freedoms of
our basic choice and liberty
principals of -
., Constitutional (;
'An crira-a/tt ; '" or- written into
TJ.e car says CO and the price won't stop you! ernment States' Rights the preser allowed to the Constitution if
ration go unchallenged the loss
of the Constitution of the United of
mere and
States. The Supreme Court more rights, individual as well
ruling on segregation Sta'e'
will! flllmv
is i an infraction of the Constitution State( of Florida
the Court is usurping the sovereign a legal right to oppose this ruling and
must do
rights: of the state its action is a so immediately. Interposition and
threat to appropriate Mate legislation is the
Constitutional! (;oHrnm'ntield answer.

to these actions and we surrender (forever lion Interposition has has: never lost: Interposi-
\ always won.

I % : \ p _'". '' ,; I fFF LOWRY'S PLEDGE ,

.t Sumter L. Lowry pledges a vigorous
: fight with improved
I to roads, schools
preserve the Constitution other
.. of the United
.'. States He will face the
> j and the problems of
sovereign rights of the State Florida industries
of Florida. Continued an undemanding
segregation of the business
white and colored races without attitude developed through his
compro- wide business:
mise or surrender justice experience. Former business
; opportunity for all activities have taught him sound judgement
", ( regardless of
: '..:, > ) f creed. He pledges to maintain Constitu race or in tain financial an honest matters.and efficient He pledges to main-
i tional
Government government
," ? through legal and time-
_. j tested methods. lie pledges with tireless effort to assure for all citizens
to develop and of
Florida (he
maintain Florida as a state of blessings that God has bestowed -
i opportunity on this state.
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Simpson Urquhart Pontiac .

523 SO. WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 132 Joe C Jenkins, State Campaign Manager Lester \\ Mitchell, State Campaign Treasurerl1UD.n


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FlilDVY. AI'BII.0. 19d
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award of 100 ; !, I
HINT. 1IIKKE: ("0. VTAUHK.) preciated .
I I lest interest of ur seh. ind t'.apeople
75 chicks: 3rd. ; ; POLITICAL Sincerely. _,
t if Hradforj i\ u :> Y.
k / and all other I : If elected! I pledge an impartial !I _T. A. Alex YAWN. tote and support apprei .it. J )
ANNOUNCEMENTS business administration of County :< i PAl'L KA ) M> .MI r '
receive | affairs, and County-wide service to I j FOR "( 11(101 III) \l([) i
poultry project ', all. Taxes must be low but every ;! "' 'ntH-r TWO I I FOIL ('ut 'T\' I"I""ln\tn
Sears Roebuck |I Toil (0\sr\IIIK I dollar poM-ibie spent on public : Ili.t. 3 tfuUatlat-tar'e'
1 OF nit \nrnuu t 01TV I health hospitalization and Countywide I I wish to annune my candidacy 1 I I hereby aim,>ui. e : l
\\ hl'rl' Ls th. I i t. Ii.trietu.. 1 i beautification. For results: for tne office ...f-;. hoot Board mem-. ;Jf'T 'e-eleitn-n as C i. v >. .. ",
''! I wish to thank the raters. of this from your money vote and support i! Ire Dist Tao South :-;tart.'utt'd I | .ton -r from "i str.< t 1. < >>
This question |, inuniy fur support > ..u hate pivt-n Jesse t;. NewsHime for County Commissioner I on countwide I ). I have lived ir I i i j Starke, e.it'Je. t to It L< !I'.
.I,, tor popular I m- in the pa-t i am running for Thank >ou. | Markefor tlu- past .'" v.ar-. am a. 1>. ''marit- Miv. I i. !_ '
!I '...n. office. again. I JESSE K .VEWSOMEKOU I graduate of Ells a hut. ownert.ixpaver .. !! > -t ff.T's 111 ell: ,- .;'' > -.r
Mii> !last month. .
I thank you for your vote and a men .r of n.anvivi i r, eb 1 .te.i| w ,; .i iI "
fipfcully popular I support for. n" xt term.J ands I > <- 'oriraniz.it' :'-. r, tm n "rinsuran. .1.I .. ,.f: rt- f.I\\-J-i
L. SIH'OX I ,. 1'1', n. -.. i kn'u tH...lu.i i I i i' e r hot :1 c: .- ,tI I '
opposed to be a I.1 Mi :nl"' .' people f lraolfJ,: .' ..11V, .,i.l t':.. r'j j h..I 1 I: i. ,, ,1. \ .r I,1" i
wart with a >; KOK JI''In: Or I-KU K I lilttltUlt... mi > rI \ -. hoI pi .t.:cr >t'.1. ,if ]. !. i.. i, '. '.. e- -
By Geo. T. I lug;n9h I I I)1'T1111TII: ,11 al.i.n- t..x n. t- 1.r tin, 'i ,. ..t! !; t : '
us to believe I
-.b County Agent 1 Wl'-h to. announce my candidacy I hereby announce inv l.lnd.d.\
us rain during the for. Ju..lk..f th.. IVai fr ltnct for r-de..ti"n at Sheriff of lir.nl- 'I --- --- -
- thing we have I l I lit.,. whl.h imlud..:s I.awt..y, NorthStarke fr-td County, sublet to the Democratic
j and South Starke I slnierely Primaries in May. Having ,,
I'oultrv \ritlunt-lic !9 : i in pounds of feed in 9 to 10 that they have I thapk everyone fur their- faithfully discharged the duties of Re-elect
waits. one ru'.let: will eat 23 to I tote. and support.Simerely. the office to the bet of niv abilityiiice p. D REDDISHYOUR
n't nndl liM '{l .11 an Your reading
Y-KI > > .. > :
becoming Sheriff i
I your
i 1 y ors promise I
book it at.Uos, but a little 30 pounds of feed in :24 weeks: days from this j I ALEX I. KAItNKS if re-elected to conduit the affairs l
1 and will eat 85: to 100 of the office fair and impartial
one layer in a -
i'hi>'ken figuring might help ii; I 1 I ram will have j jI SHERIFF
knowing what is ahead if you pounds of feed in 52 weeks. I II I I If it has. we I j : : I I,i FUR ( 01 \TV ('(1"1I""1O1IItI)1'T. I Your vote and support will beGreatly ,I

nave rhicken-j about the place. I j How about eggs? It will usually here; thanks to iiutKK t'. !'IT Ulh lt appreciated.Kespeitfully I
One 100 pound sack of feed will take between :5 to 7 pound'iI than the earthly i i I am a candidate for county Com- P. D 1:1-:1'I'ISII. I

feed 10 to 11 broilers; 1 pulletsto feed to produce a dozen eggs. I Test Cattle for j jI I I i rrut-Mon.T from District Thr..e.1 II I FOR
: I 1 South Starke (l'.unl- tt"lart'I. lie- HONESTY: : EFFICIENCY:
laying age or one layer for j Keeping records on your homo I lOne thing you II j j'ing a nati\e of Bradford County. Full oiTI ( ,,IMIV .IOMU: !

,me year. I j flock will tell you whether your | this dry period i I j a that cattleman 1 haH taken and taxpayer.a keen interest I feel I HIST OM: (1.\\\'ll:\ ) i I AND PROTECTION:

Figuring it another way. on birds are paying their way or j have your milk 'in the economical operation of our I I hereby announce my candidaffor > ,,
loafing on the job at your ex- I I county. If elected. will personally rn-eleitlon as County Commi (I'd I'ol. Adv.)
the i tire herd tested '
one broiler will eat I
average 'II see that the roads in my district are stoner: from li-nct| One"d laa'ey.i.I
I pens I know the I maintained In the best manner possible 'iilijert to the May primaries: I ai.i'j
Four-ll Poultry 1'rojevU i Bangs disease. I I and that all district* are now serving as chairman of the!
f treated equally. I will greatly appreciate Ioard and feel that my past xper-
The 10 boys and girls who each j You will your vote and support knee qualifies me to carry on. the

FILL DIRTGOOD started 100 New Hampshire i disease can be j I: I MAfUK'E EOn-AI:!):;. JK. duties of the office in .. capablemanner '
re-elected I will
chicks March 26 report good i mans and It is 1: i FOIL '('11001. HO till put forth my best effortfcr tontiniieto tin Carl RobertsFOR

RICH luck so far. At the end of tho J have in your IHSTIIIIT Tn O I county as a whole.
I I' 1 am a candidate for Sc drool Roardm..mt..r Y..ur.ote and support .11 I U .ippredated. -
first 10 days no one had lost all
cost for having
from I>istrt t Two (South
TOP SOILSee the extra chicks that are included. -I tested. The Starke) subject to the Democratic I j. c. (Cam nrTT:
primaries in May. If elected I will
member still 100
So each has
Research is so work to iintain segregation In our
chicks. I I ing out this i i Bradford County Schools, to improveour KOU "('11O)1. no tunIIIHT. Superintendent
I school bUll schedules, our school T\\ 0 ('lil'Tll''rlltRE)
The 10 members who were in funds have been building! our education and rl'crea-I Of Public Instruction
BILL JACKSONJackson the project last year will climax I to furnish the :. linn program. 1 will appreciate I wish to announce mv .iinhda. \ I :
I your. support during the campaign, for re-elei-tion as S.hoti Board
Transfer i the one year activity in the next' List your and your vote on May 8. member from n.. id"n. ,. !K-'r BRADFORD COUNTY
Company i! few days with an egg show. The' with Dr. R. S- Sincerely, I Two (South Starke). I am i M 4 -
I' W. r. Pillvl 1 T'OWKU I j nerving as chairman of the I."ard, .
Phone 165 ; pi -.ion having the best record I many days then and if you honor me with Tc:' 1f'A
for the year will receive an I from Dr. i FOIL n".-U'TIO\ I linn to this important offin i w 'M i VOTE FOR CARL IS A
"('11001. Ito\ttU continue to render the v. i v b. ,; VOTE
I ing regular; visits : I am a candidate for re-election Service of Which I am Clnti'e! t FOR THE BEST INTERESTS
. ty to do the i a? School Hoard member from District my district and the count it laiRt I : J OF YOUR CHILDREN
are helping | Four. Yourote and aitue support aII!1 |
You can he assured from my post !., appreciated. |
lie-Elect I
mal industry : record 1 will not betray your con J n P.n II
Harmon vantage of this II fidence.1'elnc. I I
Morgan a Father. I'm sure I can Kilt coivrrnivr. 1 11\1 'tt..lu\cn ;
hear from you. have a greater interest in and ai i ONK (1.\ )
better understanding: of schoolproblem i
j :Meat T>|x' Hog
i I hereby announce my candid.icy i!it.'r !
County Superintendent j You have heard I promise" you continued honorable County Commissioner from Di>tlrict i' '
reading that conscientious, devoted eertlce, One (Lawtey). subjei.t: to the RE-ELECT
L Of Public Instruction I if re-elected. Democratic Primaries in May I was I
i I manding more My family and I will appreciate born and reared in Ifradford County
S A QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED SCHOOLMAN especially: true in your favorable consideration in and. It .elected pledge to carry out
the May primary the duties of this office with honesty
A NATIVE OF BRADFORD COUNTY ular breed of : Sincerely and respectfully, sincerity and fairness to all. DICK ERVINATTORNEY
more fat than we I* T. (Thornton) JOJl N9. Your vote and active support will I I
S A VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II be greatly appreciated.C. .
I trend is to I
4u ty rt,( THROUGH THEIR GREATEST j of our bacon Description of !vX W., ofSV GENERALSTATE
PERIOD OF GROWTH AND j much of the fat >4 of NEt Sec. 26. T a S I: ('Ot"T\ JUlia
DEVELOPMENT ed. 22 K 10 acres.N.ime .
| To the citizens Bradford County !
In which a'.ses'-ed- Paul
Your Vote and Active Support Will Be AppreciatedPd. i S. G. Crews I II All of said property being in theCounty I am a candidate for reelectionas OF FLORIDA
of Bradford, State of Florida your County Judge in the May
( P8L Adv.) | the Moody section primary election. Having: no outside Aggressive Determined
I made this start Unless iiuch certificate or certificates business interests, I can con-
be tinue to devote my full time to the
I fchall redeemed accordingto
I purchased a : law, the property described in duties of the office.. I have given IN HIS FIGHT FOR:
1 Male. He is a such certificate or certificates will the people of Bradford County three Good Government
and is good to be sold to the highest bidder at )ears of Impartial fair efficient,
I ,lie court house door on the first and courteous service; have streamlined Law Enforcement
shire is one of Monday In month of May 1936; and modernized the office for States Rights Segregated SchoolsCounty
FLOYD WIGGINS hogs. We hi<-h (Is the 7 day of May 1956. greater efficiency and have kept It -
I type I Dated this < day of April 19.i6 pen during regular hours to ter\e
Mr. Crews bring (OFFICIAL I SHAD the people. i JERRY O. GAY Chairman
1 I I Charles A. Darby I I asK r.-.le.'Uon upon my recordof
our County. I
I, Clerk of ('In lilt .'"url of absolute honesty, fairness. Impartiality (I'd. PoL Adv.)
CANDIDATE FOR : Another Dry \\ Bradford. \"}unty. FlurliU. and proven at.iht: Your
1M I Green grass I 4,6 41 4t' vote and support. will be greatly ap-

County Commissioner : when it does

wormy cattle '
DST 5 County-At-Large I I I think you -

Asks Your Vote & Support I I learn in worming that your the .I'I STARTING TOMORROW!

is not high. I
lie is opposed to mixing white and colored races in our I to you about '

public schools. I gram and the

lie pledges his best efforts for a more progressive I your neighbor \\

Bradford County.He this cattle!
deliver this
asks the voters of Bradford County to give him a I he will interest guarantee to

trial in this job that has been held by the incumbentfor I I hogs It also before pays

1G years.CAPABLE like they need I I i
again, ask the

( PoL Adr.) I and )'ou'1I be

hardtoR-fully equipped

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drive a smaller car when toJjy, for so little cost, you :

he just gave me an / Electric Water up to a new BIG M? Today's: Mercury has a host And if you wish an even lower price tog 1 II

no other cars in ler'urY':3 class offer. See your *

\<. lurocs .No fluc>: AnJ because it 'cvp liuuarholJ rxprn: .rg down by dealer while prices are so low and) traJe-in allow $2222.00 I
neeJsnoveatsanautomaticelectric all. lt"'tric in jour kitchen-laundry. It' Olc (

than combination of fuels! so
cheaper using a generous.
rater heater fits anywhere in your -

home... in the titchen..iii the : ,

rlo>l..e\en in the attic! White in today See why your big buy is buys the Big Mercury 2-doorsedon-

clean..safe electric ..
glove as light p .
Opwwi.Qup-.a,suutoua ate ond loco!'o..*. if sir
anj cooler became all the heat goesin : e.ha /nMpr vary dOh/lr :pdon-p ,o-.w'r,.. A t
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friendly Firms Appreciate Your Business.

DIRECTORY for 1956 May we ask that you show your appreciation by

keeping this section for a Shopping Guide.

1 Every article on this page is paid advertising BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


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mercial and personal contact.So act of use establishes credit provided j through the medium of this Friendly j 6-6035. Commercial Buildings of all

many people are very proud to you pay according to the Guide to commend the Credit This concern offers a most complete I kinds, Feed mills, Warehouses and
say they never borrow money, and terms agreed upon. Each successive | Bureau of Gainesville for their exterminating and pest con- I' both public and private property.
never buy on credit. There could bean 1 use of credit further service i| trol service ridding home .
strengthens worthy to business and industry your or,, In this friendly Guide of the bet-
emergency when there is a need your credit rating. II business building of pests of every !'; ter business firms of this area, we

to borrow or charge. The moral, ; As every one knows, Merchants, They advise: Buy Wisely kind, Including roaches, ants, flies, wish to recommend this modern
according to Credit Bureau of Bankers, and Professional Men exchange I Pay Promptly.i water bugs, ticks, chiggers, rats firm of exterminators to all of our
Gainesville is that everyone should credit information through i I and mice. |l! readers, and to say that if you are
Approved pest control operators !! bothered by pests of any kind then
Gator Sport Shop Inc. Gainesville, Fla. can render you a most modern and get in touch with this firm who

Gator Sport Shop, Inc., 1724 W. ; complete line of equipment for all J Manufacturers of Athletic Goods, up-to-date service at all times. They : are considered "Death to Pests."
University Ave. will be glad to come to home ,
phone FRanklin ] your
the sports, such as: Fishing, Hunt- j| in golf, tennis, baseball football I
6-5191, stocks a complete line of
athletic equipment, guns and am- j{ Ing Supplies, Guns, Ammunition, it j i| and others of the major sports. '1

munition, hunting and fishing 'Outboard Motors. Tackle and i iI The heads of this firm, being Joe Peters Glass Co. Gainesville, Fla.
equipment, sports apparel and tro- I! Tackle Boxes and complete supplies sportsmen themselves, naturally ,
phies. This firm is under the able !'I for these major sports. Good equip-i have a better understanding of'' Joe Peters Glass Co. features: i When you call on this progressiveglass
direction of Coach Jack McGriff, ment means good performance anda what is needed in the pursuit of glass for every purpose including company for service, you have
who has proven himself not only to satisfied customer. Their complete 1'|: various games and sports-there-'i Auto Glass Installed Channels, Etc.. assurance that your order will be
be stock comes from the nation's Distributor for Clear View and Lou''
a good performer in athletics, i ;j fore
I I are better equipped to advise given careful and prompt atten-
but an able assistant in helping you leading manufacturers of sporting'' Vent Jalousies "Shower of Ameri- '
I i i you on the selection of your equip- i! tion, for glass is their business,
make proper selection of your ; goods. i ca" shower doors and bath tub
equipment.This I Of outstanding interest to all Is j,i, ment. I enclosures. This is headquarters for and not a side line. The experienceof

firm is known by sportsmen ;i their Athletic Department, in which Through the medium of this t,, Sliding Glass Patio Doors Mirrorsof men, in every department, covers
of all classes as headquarters for j they carry a complete stock and Friendly Guide, we take pleasure all sizes. Mirrors Resilvered. all phases of the glass field. If you

the best in all types of equipment, II equipment for individuals, institutions 'in calling your special attentionI Store Front Construction. They are need glass for your home or busi-
so regardless of what sports equip 4' and clubs, also schools, col- I to this Athletic and Sporting Goods located at 1313 NW 4th PI., phoneFR ness regardless of how large or how

ment you need or are interested In. leges and other athletic groups. Establishment as being the right 2-4353. I small your job may be, feel free to
they have it. They stock a most: They stock and supply the finest place to purchase all your needs in 1 This outstanding glass company call on this concern, for courteous
| equipment by the World's Leading 'Sporting Goods. j is known for the most completeI and dependable service..
glass service being offered in this
I i it Their broad knowledge and ca-

I First! Federal Savings &: Loan Association Gainesville Fla. t area. Glass of every description, to I. pabilities, in the glass field can be
beautify, and improve the home, I I i noticed by the many large con-
I'lrst eoerRI Oav-SS: s IS; LOan it is a concern in which the commercial business ,
peo-I do with it. If you are consider- or building tracts being completed by this con-
Association First Federal features Mortgages FHA also, GI Savings and pie have the utmost confidence: ing the worth of an investment can be supplied at a minimum of.'I, cern. It is our pleasure, in this
received on or before; the 10th- I not only because the laws of the just ask yourself these questions: |j cost to you. Glass for furniture' buying and shopping guide, to call

of any month begin drawing earnings state and nation make it a safe Is it safe? Is it available at any 1 tops, or desk tops, window glass of to the attention, of our readers, the
from the 1st of that month. :! association to do business with, but time? Will it net good, steady re- !! all kinds and plate glass are given better firms with which to trade,
located at 221 W. University Ave., I also because its affairs have alI I turns? and is it speculative? You the same careful attention, as the 'and we can think of no better firm
phone FR 6-7551. I ways been in the hands of men ot will then find that everything most costly of store front construc- in this entire area to serve you,
They can well be proud of their experience in the commercial and points to the advantage of using tion work. i with your glass requirements.Butler's .
reputation and standing as a financial financial world; men who know the the services of this modern Savings
institution in this section | people and men whom the people & Loan Association.

of the state, having been so ably know. i I| The plans of this Association: of- Radiator Service Gainesville, Fla. I
directed and managed by their of- This :
concern was established not fer
you an investment that will '
Radiator Service features
of the
reason fact the
ficials and directors. j only as a savings institution but as meet management -
every requirement of the most Repairing. Recoring and Cleaning |
has left undone In
This is one of the Institutions a financing service as well Many nothing
exacting investor. Each account is of all types of radiators. This> shop ;
which has aided the public In an people have idle money or money insured up to $10,000.00 by the Fed- is located at 606 SW 2nd Ave.. in the preparation of maintaining an
unparalled achievement in the up I which they think should be earning ''I'' eral Savings & Loan Insurance Gainesville. Day phone FR 6-761U.: etficient repair personnel and the
building of the social and home life a higher rate of dividend. Per- I Corp. This is a home town institu- night FR 6-3780 or FR 2-1992. They necessary stock and equipment to
of this community. i haps they are uncertain as to what tion that deserves offer an authorized warranty service meet all the demands of the motoring -
your supportGainesville
.. -- on Harrison Radiators. i public.
Brown Construction Co t. ; This is a firm that has had years l All supplies and labor are cov-
t.I Fla. of experience in radiator and cool- ered by a service guarantee. qual-
Brown Construction Company, Ip-1,|!I' pervision of a management considered j alert to the needs, desires and demands ing system work. They specializein ity materials and quality workman-
cated at 305 NE FR 2-8u88.
6. phone
| an authority in every phase' of radiator recoring all
:' prospective customer on types ship. Radiator repair and recoringis
has been the '
serving building trade of the construction field. The broad 1 they have on hand quality products. and models of cars, trucks and a very Important business and
for about 40 years, building all types 1
construction, homes, industrial and knowledge and wide experience of A home built by this firm is your engines that are cooled with the they are equipped to do the work

commercial buildings. Ray Brown i i'i! this firm have successfully made assurance of a home well built, a radiator system. They have one and their prices are most attrac-
a junior member of the firm, a ,,' many contracts in this section. 1 home made of the best materials of the most complete shops in this I tive.
graduate of the University of Florida i I In the civic development Of this j and designed to give you a life- section specializing in radiator repair i The rebuilding and repairing of

the department of building construction i!'I section of the state, this firm has time of enjoyable living. A beautifully ''t and this, at reasonable prices. radiators done by them Is very
majored in architecture, taken a: most Important part Many j built home is the foremost 1 There is no firm in the community complete and when have
is a valued addition to the firm. you your
around stand as I feature of their service and we, worth more to truck and work done there you will readily
This local concern offers a complete I j i 1
: everyday
examples of this firm'sforemost
i want to recommend this car owners than this progressive learn why
progressive have
I they come to be
and service in
satisfactory building skill. I concern to those about to build. See [ establishment which is stocked with known as the house of quality
the line of building constructionfor At the office of this firm a com- them before making final building a very complete supply of radiators service. The highest quality, the
all residential needs. The en- plete home building service is at the i I j decisions.I and supplies for repairing of all best service and at reasonable
terprise is under the careful su- disposal of the local trade. Keenly !I I I kinds of radiators. From the be- prices are outstanding features that

i I ginning this firm has been one 1. continues to bring them
I an ever Increasing -
i The Rocking Chair Shady Rest HomeThe Gainesville, Fla. of the leaders in this section by patronage.E. .

Rocking Chair Shady Kest tient. All methods are approved by type, sympathetic and
Home home specializing is truly a home in practical away nurs-from the supervising medical authori who make you feel that what- ;; A. Strout Realty Agency Gainesville, Fla. !I

ing care of elderly people. This ties.All they do for you is never too much rooms are light and cheer- trouble. Realty Agency. 307 acted from their offices In Real Estate -
home is located on Archer Road And the surrounding territory NE 1st. phone FR
in Gainesville, phone FRanklin i fully decorated, and have that is very fortunate in havinga fices Coast to Coast 6-6927, serving with since of-j I J theirs being one of the most
6-6214. I home atmosphere which I !| attractive firms engaged In this
has a good convalescent home, "So Like A i 1900. deal in Homes. Farms. Busi- i
This Convalescent Home Is well psychological effect on the patient. I Home." !I,I nesses and Ranches. And with the line of business. They have a keen

located: plenty of sunshine never Their food is prepared by a spe- Untiring efforts are put forth In able assistance of C. L. & Mayme sense of values and always guard
enough noise to bother the sick, yet cialist on diet under the most sani- order to do everything possible for' Angle Representatives, you may expect the interest of their clients.
near enough to town so friends tary conditions-giving the patient I the comfort and care of guests. the best service and assistance Their knowledge of the business

and relatives of patients can call well balanced meals, nourishingand Feeling at home is one of the attractive always. enables them to give you the right
without great inconvenience. appetizing, for rebuilding the I features that make this !:!. They feature a complete. REAL advice on value, and can immediately -
Heating, ventilation and sanitary health and strength so necessary nursing home so well loved by ESTATE service and are offering I in most cases, supply at once
arrangements are most completely I| for the inactive person. I those who receive its beneficial |!; to this section of the country just the right location for you, one

planned for the comfort of the pa- ;: Their nurses are of the highest I care ;!!i[, through the combined experience I that has value, and they also can
of the very affable heads of the steer you right on the possibility of

I McGilvrav & Adkinson Fish Camp Gainesville Fla. Company a valuable public service I i the future increase. Some of the
and are ready and willing to serve I I'largest returns on investments have
Cottages with Private Baths and 1 sleep and where you can get good end of
j fishing. You
good sport you in full capacity caring for I
Kitchens all types of fishing equipment equipment to go fishing. Everything and good eating too health authorities your properties bought on their good
to make your trip complete''is right at hand. Boats. Motors. advise, "Eat More Fish." This- needs. I II judgment and capable advice. In the
Ilk for a vacation, or a week-end outing Bait and Tackle. They direct you Fish Camp has thought of This firm features a complete I Real' Estate business there are many
They have a Barbecue Furnace to the choice spots for "Good Luck" I that will add to your fishing everything service in sales, residential and commercial properties that will make you a
and also a two-burner gas plate in fishing. All you have to do is get enjoyment and they have an available Real Estate. They handsome return if purchased and
the yard for guests to fry fish. Located up the party.Because I|' supply of fishing equipment of Ize in farms and many Special-j held for progress to increase their
on NewnAn's Lake Road, J of the courtesies extended
} all kinds. All you need do is pay make satisfactory trade value.
phone for reservations, FRanklin you see their customers and i i
them a visit. i ments I I'or
I on properties--city and farm
By the nation whole it is
aa a
6- tt:):!. These and other convenj j their friends going back again and Their facilities and '
: & This i I courtesy cannot rural properties in a way that'' common knowledge that the beat
u-nces are supplied McGilvray : again. camp is easy to reach. be surpassed as a fish
Adkinson Fish Camp. I Accessible-yet surrounded by na- I Everyone is cordiallly invited to camp.pay makes a very equitable deal for all I estate is "REAL ESTATE." It is our

They have gone to every effortto !I ture. them a visit. If you like the out- ',' concerned. I i basic capital worth for value, and
make this a Fish Camp Deluxe. j i Everyone should have some type I doors and a spot with all comforts They have made It a business i from this our very existence. It it
They have it arranged so you don't of hobby, or outdoor sport. There for a week end of relaxation then practice at all times to have at heart citizens like the heads of this firm
hive a care in the world, no question I is no type of sport activity that is I this is the place we would recom- }i the Interest of the general public. we owe much of our progress to.
about where you are going to more relaxing than a good week mend. I A large volume of business Is trans-

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I Florida Bonding Agency Gainesville. Fla.': Gate City Mattress & Carpet Works Gainesville Fla. I

I Gate City Matin -, A:: C.irp.-t firm\ services and products. You on-the-spot cleaning! of this iture.
Florin,. Cording Agency, locatedat firing: this section's" "leading bail I Works i= h, adquart"rin th'i ar a .lwa:> -. get an excellent trade al- They have so many fine services
an! 'SK 1st, Phone FRankhn bonding company. they insist thatthlir
for fat door old when that will have talk
I tory to jour savings on loivamr on your mattress it pay you to a
2 >r* 11FR ::-:9;r,2 and 2JJ1 Haw- service be completely reliableand
> new mattresses Thev aUofidturea vou buy a new one here and with one of their repreent.it
thon Fl.i is supplying a very'' confidential. Each and every I ('ompll't.mattl't'''-. renovating service any item or service can be had on < before you have any work ot this
,,t service to this :section of client receives the personal attention -
rompft : and rug leaning including wall- easy terms. with no money down nature done.
!!: of thoroughly experienced
the ii a to-wall cleaned and small '1 have been tin
I carpets in your' weekly or monthly pay- They serving pub-
This Imo of bail bond specialist :| bail bondsman. Thus, you are assured -
home. Their trucks serve this area ments. he in this and the surrounding c om-
,>- i.i'i r a complete and depend-1:,, of immediate attention which from Gainesville daily, offering you Now is the time to have that living munity for many years and vim
atilt "ivmto the people of this will help to expedite your eventual ,
i- ;, I immediate servile pickup or deliv- room or dining room rug will find your neighbor will Ix OM
settoo. ,in hall bonds that are not release on bond which will be supplied i l ery They are located at 81s W, t leaned, and this is the firm that of their best referenceM.mv \\ill
surpu 'u by any other concern of b>' this concern. University Axe. call collect Gaines can give you quick and reliable tell you of their qualification nur-
this t\ l I''' Their services are availI!i floods! are made for criminal ville'The Slumber Numbers.'* service. If you have the problem ofa tesy and fine work done at n ,\,,>11-
ante :v, In u you need them most, !} charges or offenses. Their willing- FR 2-1107 or FR :?- 11. wall-to-wall carpet in your homeor abe prices.. This Guide can f> < sire
any h''r' of the day or night. I| ness to serve you has made them For the finest in sleeping comfort office, this firm is equipped with of doing the community a favor by
Bond are made to cit\', county || this section's outstanding bail bond
take advantage of tins modern modern machinery to do expert recommending this concern to >ou.
and i't, ouits. for worthy people organization. This firm has sup- ----- ---- --- ------ --
winin need of bail bond. Their i, plied bonds for the appearance of Green's Fuel of Gainesville. Inc. Gainesville Fla. I
!oI'f'II I' :> quick: courteous and i i many people, in all walks of life
romp i 'i\, confidential They areri and are personally interested in Green's Fuel Gas Service, includesthe businesses and commercial build- (equipment is sold on easy te'rnts.and .
ad;: lO is-.iat you at any time, a each and every client they serve delivery of Propane-Eutane Gas ings in this section of the country ever since their estabh-hrtu.nt
phoneill is all that is necessaryto for your welfare is their para- and appliances to any location, sub- by making these modern and timesaving .. started serving the trade. they hate
li a ,' tl'nt! on the job and readyto mount interest. ,i urban or rural property They make ,, installations guarded their customers' interims
m IM any bond. All bonds made Reference to a worthy service of complete installation service for use Sales and service of agricultural with the utmost care.
t.. 1I" bonding company are read- this type is gratifying and they are in the home on the farm and commercial Propane installations keynote the The unequaled service of this
ih .a, t'pLIIiIt111 any touit in the to be commended for their services uses They are located in activities of this company. This company has always mamfH itself -
Kit- to anyone in need of bail bonds. I, Gainesville at 613V.. University firm has gained a host of users in their willingness to work out
Ave, and they are as close as your through their service and regular any individual problem that may
i i phone; their number is FR 6-5601 gas deliveries i confront a customer in heating refrigeration -
I Green Acres Nursery & Farm 'i This firm is one of the section's In their modern show room thereis or other probKm in
,: leading concerns supplying Gas an attractive array of the most modernizing his home with their
La Cross Fla. I!I Service which will please the most modern gas appliances Universal service. They have been slit < -xful
discriminating i Ranges, clothes dryers John Wood in this respect and have earned the
rri"- Aires Nursery & Farm field they don't need the book tooperate They have played a very impor- i Water Heaters and a number of good will of all the people they haveserv
form! 'Flonlla Nursery' located by as they are real expertsin
: tant homes
part in modernizing; i name brand heaters All of this 'edI ,
o< ti.,' Oc.iia Road, is now moving all that pertains to nursery work.
to iti n u location four miles southof This well known nursery wa I. M. Aldav Produce. Inc. GainesvilleFla.. ,
L < ('ro,- on Hwy. 23. At this new' I founded for the sole purpose of "
lot al alH: tiny will have &0) acres to growing the finest in plants, shrubs J M Alday Produce Inc. 115 SW sonable prices. t I This section is indeed fortunate I
('nla. DP bitter soil conditions and trees. Their main interest is to 6th phone FR 6-63.51. maintains avery This well known firm can well be to have such a progressive firm toserve
find f ci'-.-> to more water. They are hdp beautify home surroundings. large stock of fine fruits and termed Fruit and Produce Head- it in the line of fruits and
i>upi>I:-r of a complete line of We suggest that you call them for vegetables from which the retail quarters for this section of the .vegetables for it adds in no little
nurtm'k, Palms. Citrus advice grocery stores of this area stock I
including information and
,, your
State, they obtain the finest grades way to the progress and prosperity
their The
produce department.
T-11'x- Hibiscus and a variety ', needs. They are always happy to
i'' highest quality friuts and produce i and in quantity to supply their of the entire surrounding territory.
Potted Plants. Also they install Irrigation 'I'' help you with your problems 1'1'taining I 'i
S%"tl'ms I I to proper planting and make up their daily shipments to I i ever growing needs, they are 1 In making this guide of the busi-
Open for business June 1st 1906.;: growing 'I the food stores of this section !i equally as well known for their i i ness interests we are glad to compliment -
This' term is one of the leading: ;i This nursery is familiar with the' A wholesale firm that offer you fine quantity of produce, and their this firm on the policyon
prod i':,, of nursery stock in this ,, soil conditions in this area and only choice fresh fruits and \ege- fine fruits have made them famous which the business of this establishment -
section of the state, because of their ,. know just the plant suited for eacht tables. with the retail trade throughoutthe is conducted and to
praitiul knowledge of nursery particular in lawn or '
your I'I'I They offer the wholesale trade entire trade area say that this firm will greatly add
.d the will have
plant u good they I,I garden.
built I I Here you will find a wide varietj'of I the best in merchandise, of top I This modern establishment is a ,I to the development and expansion I
Through their many years as' plants to select from, many varieties quality, prompt and courteous service i well known center of its kind in 1 of this section of the State.Bradford .
nurst'iv.'men, they have been responsible i i of ornamental trees, azaleas. : and always at the most rea- !: this section of the state. I
tor many of the beautiful i evergreens and perennials All are ---
l.iwnin this and the surrounding healthy and guaranteed in good 1
...., lion of the count r)'. Since they condition. We wish i to rt'commt'nd' -- -- -
keep thoroughly abreast of the this firm for the best in quality I
tiuu -. ..,,tl I n< w developments in this nursery stock
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I J. M. V/ood Roofing & Sheet Metal
Gainesville Fla. CountyTelegraph

.! Mood Roofing & Sheet oughly reliable and it Is safe to
Itirt.d. dialers for Chrysler Air- trust them with your work no mat-
tem Air Conditioning and IUatii.g, ter how large or small it may be.
can bi installed right in your present -
If you are figuring on sheet
heating plant for eoolms Those
metal work let them make
help you
plants ran be installed in most any :
kind of place so don't think it your plans and the conveniences ,
wont fit your home condition So that are new and up-to-date will
for Metal Work Air Conditioning. be included. You'll find that consultation -
Heating and Roofing phone 2-1T11 with this firm will save you
w- them at their plant, Waldo money. i I I I

Road. They not only work in town J
This firm is a master of all that but are called all over this and i;

service pertains to includes sheet metal ventilators work. ,Their air surrounding see many examples territory of and their you workmanship can- {i is proud to present this

LlO""b conditioning, blow pipe systems and in the surrounding sec- '! F

This firm offers a most comprehensive This firm employs expert workmen I

service in sheet metal to do the work so that you : I
work, having completed the workon are assured of a job well done and Buying and Shopping Guide
some of the finest homes and one that meets any and all speci
buildings in this part of the state- fications. This up-to-date firm
new construction work and repairs. know this business from A to Z
They have made a study of sheet and when they advise you about '

metal work of all kinds and will anything in this line you can de- : This is of the services thatwe
give you correct estimates on all pend upon their advice. i one many
your work. They are also tbor-

provide for our readers I II

I Necchi i g-Ma hi ;Service -----i I


Gainesville Fla. For the Latest in ,

i sewing machine which can be depended ,
| upon for top-notch per- I
NECCHI i formance. News
I I You need not be an expert seamstress I

to be able to sew with this

j I I' machine, for a beginner can use it ; Features I
with ease. Once you have tried it
Nee i h. Si'u ing 11,1411a"' Service
i- loi a'u; .it oia V>- university you will see why women the world
Ave phone FR 6-o7iHi; Tiv- featureth over are doing more home sewing Advertising !I
faint,!. XECCHI and ELNA thus saving themselves many dol- ,
S- wing M.i hives World's\ first and lars yearly. In every way you will I
nu1vaaced: automat sewing be pleased to own one of these machines I
m.i'!i n" lief ore
you you oweit
so go in and choose from
to yu,irsi If to comptre'' Drop by I
the countless stunning models, in i
or pl.oni for free demonstration
I.ibcial lra, \--m allowance and con- console desk or portable models.
venii'ni ti'rms, Many good buys in This firm can take care of your: I
used n..i hi no-., sewing machine needs for sewing
You will like sewing with N'ecchi I t. machines is their specialty. If you '
for :you tan sew on buttons, make need repair service or just a part

buttonholes, monogram, darn, sew for your old machine call on them THE I
zig-zag, blind stitch hems overcast and they will be glad to serve you

scams, sew forward or back at any time. The women of this '
and embroider. Make sure you section know that they can be depended .
choose a modern machine which upon to supply all their
an do the most varied sewing with- sewing machine services. '

out the use of troublesome, time- They give out-of-town customersthe Bradford
wasting attachments Their modern same fine attention they give County

engineering-design gives you a the home folks, so see them the ,

next time that you are in town.
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K Camp Lumber Co. Gainesville, Fla. George L. Hartt Gainesville. Fla. I I"E'o'rythmg

A plaster job i<- only as good athe !< upon which they can depend
to Build Anything"i at a reasonable price. Contractors dency to build better homes is very
t> h. round at Camp Lumber I and the public in general have marked and this firm's policy of skill employed to do it. but Plastering in its many phase:. 1-5
Co Pine-Fir-Cypress Lumber I learned that whatever desirein whfnou get this firm of specialists one of the mo"t conipluatij tra.ks
they furnishing the highest grade of
do it detail callGeorge .
they good in
L'I -tit rs tor "Lucas Paints. So for in the major building industry and
the lumber builders
or supply materials, together with most reasonable L. Hartt. Plaster Contractor -
II'. ision made blocks lumber, mill- the
requires most skilled workmenfor
:line can be obtained from this prices tends to build, for phone FR 2-M49:! or contact
uorK and allied material
in. building firm with the knowledge that it permanency and sound construc them at 531 SE 18. I first class job. This is one reason -
s c on Wdluo Koadpuun. .
FH 2b491.This I will be of the highest quality con- tion. i This reliable firm specializes in this firm has met with such
sistent with Plaster work of great su'ess.'hy risk an unsatIs-
company has been an Im- j price. j In this Guide, we are pleased to every description.
portant factor in the expansion, I| They are able to supply a complete assure our readers that at the including Stucco, Ornamental, and factory job and high cost of materials
:i line of lumber all dimensional all types of interior finish White by employing a firm with-
growth and development of this hands of this firm, they receive
community, and the policy of this sizes, doors, sash, mill work, roofing 1! the best of service, and they Coat, Sand Finish or stipple. out ability, experience or equIp-

firm has always been a determi- 'j and siding, insulation, flooring extend a personal invitation to the Through the many years that they ment; the lack of any of these may
spell ruin to an otherwise fins
paint and builder's hardware and section call have executed plastering contracts
nation to supply the highest gradeof ; people of this to at
I they have learned important tech- plaster job.
lumber and building materials in fact all of your needs pertaining their office at any time to discussproposed
to building construction. The ten- 'I building plans. niques in this field, that make them ; We wish: to highly recommendthis
experts most successful firm to all of

I Southern Dairies, Inc. Gainesville i Fla. 1 Architects, Contractors, and the our readers who are planning to
building public in general have build or remodel:

b-"itn. in Dairies. Inc., 204 SW In a most able way. So remember thereby helping to increase the come to know that this is a firm f

v Sn. t, phone FRanklm 6-55.il: always select or call for their milk !' prosperity of this section in nc ------- -- ---- -- -

L> t I toI', ors for "Scaliest lie by name and you will know that 1! small degree. Florida Saw Co. Gainesville, Fla.

( HI Sialtt.st Milk ProUiut.st :' you are getting the very best. I{ And in this shopping Guide of Florida Saw Co. 2727 NW 6th Their repair department I* most
>n' I/t i iti. n ,isons tor the
II\ of St-altost Ice growingpopnlu Cream"it The dairy products supplied you !! the leading firms of this section we Street phone FRanklin 6-TM1 complete to take care of all sharpening -
wish to recommend this modern dealers for the NEW McCulloch and
th lad that 110 artificial flavoring by this well known dairy are from I rebuilding repairing on
and their to all ot Safety Mower, has features you their make Their work-
i> u-j in its manufacture plus select tested herds. These herds dairy products own saws.
th i.e.t mat it is the richest Ice comprise the best cows in this : our readers as the very best to be must are see dealers to appreciate for Wisconsin the value.They Engines -. men are all trained and highly ex-
I found in this section. perienced in this important work.
Cream on the market. section of the state. |I and the Famous McCulloch
All of their fine dairy products are Valuable assistance is given the "Your best food at its BEST: Chain Saw. See the mw 20-lb You will find them most cour-

made, in their modern plant. They farmers of this section as a whole Remember: Drink and use their Chain Saw model 33. teous and accommodating to deal

have been serving this and sur- for they buy and pay for thou I famous products. GRADE "A" MeCullot h is the world's largest with. The manager and his assistants -

rounding country for many years sands of gallons of milk monthly : MILK, PASTEURIZED-HOMO- builders of power chain saws sold are always glad to help you
.I i I GENIZED. and serviced by factory authorized with any problems you have per-
dealers throughout the country taining to chain saws. Ask them fora

m Florida Motor &: Equipment Co. ::: Gainesville, Fla. Compare! You can't beat them free demonstration of their saw

for easy handling, perfect balance, in action. You are under no obligation
Florida Motor & Equipment Co.. weight, automatic protection of im- tors. This firm is the authorized cutting efficiency, bucking, limb- to buy. Out of town cus-
5c. S Main phone FR 2-4291. In plements and tractor when strikinga dealer for Chain Saws, Stump Saws tomers invited.It .
ing and felling and they are bal- are
addition to a full line of tractors
hidden obstruction-finger tip and and seeders. service
They every- is most to
farm and trucks anced for easy carrying, too. Best: important a com
implements they
automatic depth control traction thing that they sell and give serv- '
ur. dialers for irrigation equipment of all you like the way a McCul munity to have a conscientious
| without built in weight yet keeps ice on the other makes aa well. : firm like this that is able to
and systems of all kinds loch keeps doing what it is sup- one
i the front end down. i The service department is render such valued and broad
sprinklers and volume guns. {I, unexcelled posed to do-year after year. It a
Tiu firm is your authorized This firm is ready to assist the for dependable service and offers you long life, good service service to their community. We

dealer for the world-famous International farmer in every way possible and repairing of all Tractors. They nave and low upkeep. It takes a lot of are glad to compliment them and

Harvester farm implement' help them select the implements only trained personnel and scientifically sweat out of cutting and sawing. direct your attention to this fiim.
the Farmall Tractors '
including i best suited to their needs. No approved equipment to as-
the- McCormick Farm Machinery -
the International Motor where in this section of the State sure_ you of the very best in repairs Th mpsonRefrigration Service; I

Trucks I will there b, found an establish Know farm implements in at Gainesville Fla.

This company is your authorized ment that surpasses this depend- any time and talk over problemswith ,
dealer for famous Tractors and na- able concern in the point of diversity them and learn that they Thompson Refrigeration Service prosperity of this section of the
handles a complete line of refrigeration state. Their supplies will be foundall
tionally known Implements. The of articles carried for the can supply you with a form of im-
and restaurant equipment including
tractors have many built-in features farmer In addition to a complete plement best suited to your individual Sherrer-Gillette Refrigeration over this community serving
who insist
satisfied customers on
penetration without excess line of farm Implements and Trac- needs. Display Units, GE Heating and the best.
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Air Conditioning.. Corning DinnerWare
ckeye Trailer Mart Gainesville, Fla.no and Corning Glass which i.s It is most important to a com
all double tough almost unbreakable munity to have conscientious firms

Buckeye Trailer Mart, located on i cooking and heating. 'I other home you can maintain so Mirror Aluminum Cook Ware like this well-known Equipment

awthorne Rd.. phone FR 2-2269. i With the modern trailer home cheaply. as a matter of fact everything to Company. There is no firm or citizen
under the able direction of Mr*. I you have eliminated the landlord | These trailers are roomy and (equip a Grade "A" restaurant. Also in this area that have a finer .

Dorothy Duncan. They handle a : problems for all time. If you do not ;;, comfortable built with living room they handle the Norge line, of Re public spirit and we are pleased to

complete line of New and Used like your next door neighbor, then kitchen and sleeping quarters. They frigerators. Stoves and Washing compliment them and direct your
Trailers featuring the Buckeye and Machines. Table & Counter Tops.
all you have to do is move. j will accommodate as many as five, attention to this firm, as one ot
Mcn-ury Trailers, also other well- Shelving and Storage Space manufactured -
The New Trailers are modern in : six and even eight peoplo. These the reliable business firms in this
Known makes Their trailers can by Level Co. This firm is
be purchased on easy payments : design, beauty and comfort The : trailer homes are all ready to hook located' at 620 S. Main St., in territory..

similar to paying rent I finish both inside and out is of the up to heat, light, water and to sewerage ; Gainesville phone FR 2-2162 I If you are planning on equip-

Your trailer has the modern con- highest type craftsmanship and has I! This firm has many satisfied : ping a new restaurant or replacingold

veniences of a private house. Trail- |I a finish that eliminates the drudgery The Guide to better business I customers- in this and surrounding equipment with new, see this

ers are equipped to use your choiceof I of housekeeping in the average firms in your community recom- country, being one of the leading modern restaurant supply for satisfactory

heat: gas, electricity, oil or any i home. The outside of the trailer is mends you check with this trailer restaurant fixture and supply : prompt service.

other type heat you desire both for I washed and you are done. There is concern when in the market for a i houses offering one of the largest II Whether your order is large or

I home on wheels. displays of fixtures in the city. small you will receive the lame

--- This home-owned firm aids in no 1 courteous and efficient attention.Gainesville .

Halversons Garage Gainesville, Fla. little measure in the progress and I,

Halverson's Garage offers a superior I I ployed here and they feel a personal I repairs. It will save you money tc Melody Club Fla.
auto repair service with all responsibility for every piece I have a thorough inspection with ,
[work fully guaranteed Take adntagt of work turned out. If you are ', this firm at regular intervals. Melody Club N\V 6th, phone FR ]I ments and dancing.This .

of their 20 years' expen- ing any trouble with your hav-I'I The manager of the garage as 2-9357. because of their remodeling j I spot is not only popular
,> in auto repair featuring Mo- and modernizing for your future i I among the people of this particular -
''truck this garage is prepared to well as the employees are courteous '
;fun -Dp Brake Service, Wheel pleasure and entertainment ask you but
community is patronized by
'nment Body Work, Wheel Baling overhaul or rebuild any make for I and always ready and willing to to bear with them for a few weeks, 'I from the counties
people adjoining
and Motor Repairing They you.i I serve you. It has become a favorite then they will have band and danc-
I as well and from all this section of
located at 1U25 S. Main in i The services of this firm include : stopping place for the people of ing on schedule as in the past. Pay I|
?ain .snlll phone FRanklin 2-8CG4. everything from a complete Tune- this section for they know they them a visit just North of City Lim- I j the country We especially recommend -

This is the place where quality Up, to a GENERAL Over-Haul job. I i will be taken care of promptly. You its. They are still operating in a''i I them, not only to the people

[ and service is unequaled. It is the They do your work, using most !I need have no fear of an inexperienced cramped style. :| of the surrounding community, but
j There is something about this' also to the motoring public and the
result of years of good workmanship modern tools and garage practice I I mechanic working on 'I'I
Night Club that sets it apart from newcomers to this section of the
and of well-trained mechanics. to make your car operate like new i I I your car. The work at this shop
the usual. The surroundings are I j i State.
Only skilled mechanics are em- An automobile is a machine andI has an absolute guarantee.Gainesville. :
I I most attracts and comfortable. !|. Whether you come alone or bring
I will not run forever without some
I The entertainment and drinks are !i a large group of your friends, the
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Sears Roebuck & Co. Fla. fine and served in a most careful service is equally satisfactory and

: ,I manner, with a genuine Southern I you will be made to feel that you

S. ar.IlOt'buck & Co located 14 When a store Is able to satisfyI priced of the tasteful and approved Hospitality. You'll want to go back are a celebrity here and really appreciated -

S Main Phone FR 2-8461 I the most exacting demands of all designs of the season they can be'' again. \ by the management.

This merchandising center offers classes of people, then it must be had at very reasonable prices.In I Tou will find here a most cordial | The management welcomes all to
highest quality in ladies', men's, that has made it this Club. It located
acknowledged that it has reachedan ladies' ready-to-wear you will I atmosphere Night is centrally -
and children's apparel at very reasonable enviable position in its trade. find suits, dresses and other apparel the choice place in this community ,, easy to reach from all directions -

prices thus aiding all in Such is the case of this prominent which reflects the very latestof I! to spend a most enjoyable (evening' and has very convenient

this community by enabling themto firm for this section of the state. the approved fashions, at prices I of entertainment plus fine refresh- parking.Friendly .

keep well and fashionably at- People of every class have found you can afford to pay. I I

tired in distinctive clothes at prices that clothes from this store are The same is true of the men's :

within the reach of all i! satisfactory: in ever particular, and department where they make a :

We wish to compliment this store made of the best materials. The specialty of catering to those of :

upon the high standing in the busi- ] most exclusive patterns and mix moderate means who wish to dress :.

ness world of this section and upon tures can be found in the lines, and in the modern and distinctive man

the efficiency of the concern which if you prefer the most moderate ner that present-day business and

they so ably direct. i I social activities demand.Gainesville. I
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H.H.Colson Fla.- The Firms Who

H H Colson offers a complete payroll registers. I cess. Go in and see them and they

Tcv service for individuals busi- Your community Is very fortunatein I i will be glad to discuss your problems ,

ni, and ,'orporations and partner- j having a firm such as this serv- | on any type of work along
smp.s and is a licensed public accoitrtant ing the business men of this partof this line. i!
who for years as assistant I Advertize With Us Deserve
to T R. Spillane. CPA until heI I the state-a firm noted for both I They are thoroughly capable of

was 'ievatpd to the appointment as I accurate. and excellent work. taking complete charge, having had |i

R.-ceuuc Agent in charge of Jacksonville This service aids the businessman I years of experience which has pre- '!t

office Mr. Colson's office1I. gives him more time to Increase pared them to give you the very :
at SE 1st Ave Phone FR 6-5006 his sales and relieves him I best in accounting and tax reports 'I II

This firm offers a most complete of the worry of keeping an ac- I We are glad to recommend this Your

service to the business man who Idoesn't |' curate account of his business. j special service to our many readers i Patronage

require a fulltime accounting : Correct records: may not keep a | and we especially invite the newcomers -

service They make a specialtyin business man or merchant from | in this section to consult

double entry bookkeeping, income I failing, but will undoubtedly in- this firm regarding their account- !

tax, s. ate and federal government | crease his chances of making a suo- I ing and tax work. I

tax/reports and any type I ..




Annual Guide and Business 1
article on this page is paid: ai.ertising: Directory BRADFORD:: COUNTY TELEGRAPH

I Tony_Stella Fine Tailoring: Gainesville, Fla. ':Alachua County Sanitary Septic Systems Gainesville Fla.

Fine Tailoring. Alaaeloieasiire doming made to individual meG 3
clothe also Teadv-niade slacks : ure. There u a great differencein I Alachua County Sanitary Septic 1 much for quality as price. With catch word they use when selling 1

popular! priced Alterations for both buying a suit in a store and 1 Systems is owned by Curtis E XII -\\'- that belief in mind "Quality First" I you their service. You will see the

men aim omen All are features of having one tailored to your in- i some. and features Septic Tank Repairs they are right. The public does 'pains with which each operationis
| Cleanouts and Installations
Ton) Stella Fine Tailoring. Locatedat i dividual measurements. 1 want quality-you want quality in handled. It is the attention they
This firm located .08'W
is at
FR 2-1939.
21 Stt I' phone
I what ever service buy. And give the smal details that
you counts
This establishment This firm has a reputation of beIng 10th Ave. in Gainesville phone I
progressive : FRanklin 2-8031 Estimates without ; because they have constantly kept The men in their employ ara
features the very highest quality of the best merchant tailors in t I
obligation Approved)' Health Department this fact in mind, they are recognized skilled. They feel a personal rej -
this section of the State. When
individual tailoring and is respon- you !I' '
: today aj the best in this j sponsibility for every piece ot work
order from them can do so 'I'
sible for the well dressed appear- you I
I I They offer an outstanding serv- section.A I they put out.
with confidence. Your suit will fit
of of the citizens of this I
ance many ice to the people of this sectionin personal invitation is extended The fact that they have existed
as it should and the \ll'orkman-I
of the state.
part I Septic tank and grease trap to all those interested in a better ''and thrived in the face of bitter \
The successful person, both In ship and material will be of the
j cleaning. This is a necessary sanitary service. No matter what has been competition they have had to meet
life is who highest quality. The clothing made
social and business one
here has individual service that is approved by i your past experience, they offer is proof sufficient that their work \
casual attention to an
more than appearance t
gives j the County and State Board of service that is has
different. When
a always been of the very highest -
personal appearance. This is the about it that is not found in anyI i
I '
day and age of tailored clothes and I other garments made in this iec- Health. you have them once you will see quality.
"Quality and Service is their for yourself just what quality I I! Their many satisfied! customers II \
who wishes to
person tion.We motto. When this firm started : work means, in their terms, GOOD the only recommendation they
the world must be well dressed. wish to compliment this firm
i business they were thoroughly con- SERVICE. It is not just an empty .need.
The well dressed person selects of custom tailors upon the excellent : vinced that the public cares as i I i II
and materials from the 1 and I I
patterns service growing patronage. -

stock of this popular tailor and has i II I I II Florida Provision Co. of Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. 1

Alonzo Smith Gainesville Fla. Florida's Finest Foods. bearingthe '' Is kept In the most sanitary manner 1 and hogs. !

-, trade name. "Florida Made All meat
For good quality Interior of Exterior i i contractor to you for the finest in possible. products j By furnishing a ready market for
and decorating. call Products be sure and try their manufactured here are absolutelypure the farmers and stock raisers they
painting interior and exterior work. They
"Florida Made Sausage .
Alonzo Smith. paint contractor, I Iphor. I are equipped with modern work- and wholesome, made and serve the public in a double capacity -
and other fine meat products bearing -
< FR 2-290S located at 6U I,I. ing equipment and employ only the i, the same name brand manufactured i i packed under the most sanitary They have well merited I
NW 2This. f conditions. i
their reputation of always payingthe
most experienced men to do the and distributed by Florida

company furnishes a com- work. You are assured of a good Provision Co of Gainesville. Located | This progressive concern furnishes top cash price, thereby making

plete service in commercial and job at a reasonable price. Each JobIs at 906 SW 3rd St. Phone FRanklin I, a ready market for the them an indispensable industry tn }
residential painting, for both interior ;,
personally supervised by these 6-6411 i farmers and stock raisers of this this area.

and exterior work. |'contractors One of the many evidences of community. They pay at all times This local 1
all' and can provide for concern has alwayjhad
They specialize in painting commercial industry and progress the top market prices and it will .
you a service that will conform to at heart the Interest of this
types of buildings, including homes, Is this alert meat packing estab- well be worth your while to get
all of the rules of the master painters. I: community, and they well deserve
offices, stores, apartment houses, i lishment. most valued their before With
I They are a prices selling.
All work is promptly done to these few words of praise, we hIghly -
churches and in fact every type of : Industry not only to this communi- such a convenient market locatedso
give you fast but quality work. recommend them to all our
building where painting is needed. i i ty but this entire section of the near, it is an incentive to many readers.

You will always find them cour- They are painting contractorsthat state as well. | of our local farmers and stock :

teous and willing to help you plan have long served the peopleof Their plant is one of the most raisers to raise livestock expressly I The good quality and flavor ofi
in'' this section and their i Florida Made Products is gainingin
and : one en-
color combinations suggest ; i
modern and up-to-date packing for them. You can always count on .
popularity daily and
particularly -
a way that will solve all of your deavor is to supply a modern and houses in this section.It Is equipped receiving top cash prices for cattle I Honda Made S.\l'\CE.

decoratir; problems. dependable service to their many j with the latest equipment and \

If you are planning on any decorating ,, friends and patrons throughoutthis -

this year and want to section of the state, so remem- !1 Acme Drilling & Equipment Gainesville, Fla.this ,

know of a firm with a reputation' ber if it's painting work you want,

that stands for quality work, then i i call this firm for the best in quality Acme Drilling & Equipment, dealers line of well drilling, irrigation very Important work

let us recommend this painting I!(i at all times. ] for Myers Pumps and Distributors pumps or water systems you can i! The farmers and stock raiser

for Berkeley Pumps. Drill do no better than to contact them. I j should realize the unquestionable

I C. J. Cruce Gainesville Fla. i Wells 4 to 12 inches and install'compl.te They have long been noted for !; value of this important service.
water systems. Along
their dependable and up-to-date farmer
Every knows the im-
C .1.! Cruce Floors. features a give many more years of enjoy with their many other services in'Wells
complete Sanding. Finishing, Cleaning able living comfort. So if you and Pumps includes portable service; they have in their employ portance of having at all times a

dim I Waxing service, making all : are one of the many who havea aluminum pipe.. Turbine Pumps and only the most experienced and sufficient supply of fresh water.

of your' old floors look like new shabby floor why not get it Power Units used in Irrigation. Lo- most capable men whose years of I We can recommend this reliable

III'! is lot att-d at luT S\V. 7th St. touch with this dependable con- I Gated at 533 NW 30th Ave. phone experience and study Is your as- i well drilling firm to the people of

phone Kit 2-8760 !' cern for complete service. i FRanklin 2-8241. They advise you surance of the finest quality work. this section and if in need of well

They are "Master Floor Special- 'We Service The Pumps We Sell:' They have at their disposal mod- I; service of any kind contact the

ists" who feature beautiful floors Some folks think that refinish. See this firm for complete and ern well drilling equipment to com- : for free estimates and advice. W

.. of lasting quality and loveliness.All ing of floors is a very expensive reliable domestic, commercial, industrial plete your job in record time- 1 take great pleasure in recommending ]

work done to your specifications service, but actually the cost is sc I and farm well drilling and saving you money in labor and these well drilling experts to

by expert workmen. I I small that it will more than surprise I! Irrigation service. See them for the materIal. Those of our readers who all of our readers.

This firm features work for res- you. You will wonder why Installation of pumps and complete are In need of well drilling or I Remember
Irrigation :S.\ items
have the work done
did not
idential and commercial buildings you i water systems. ''water supply service, will find no will keep your crop grove m pasture -

of all types. They are equipped to long ago. Reasonable prices assured I When in need of anything in the concern better equipped to handle : in the "Pink"

do either new or old work, offer- you by this reputable flrrt --- --- -- -- -
work in floor are made possible with the use of "
Ing you the finest Coral Restaurant Gainesville, Fla.
: modern machinery and experienced
landing and refinishing They use
only modern and up to date meth- i I, workmen. I I Coral Restaurant features manyspe '<1, their demands for good food. Their 1, up-to-date place as this to refer the

ods and machinery to assure you Use this service and you will appreciate ('laities, Raisin Baked Potatoes. MENU consists of not only the stranger as well as local people.

the finest results at all times.A I it. We feel it a duty tc : Charcoal Broiled Steaks. Fresh I II 'iI i'I prime necessities of life, but many I The manager has made a special
I Fla Seafoods and many others See':i iI 1'
ne\r floor laid or an old floor call your attention to this service I them on Ocala Road or phone FR 'delicacies are offered that are inviting !, study of the business and conse-

sanded and refinished will ado and to suggest: For beautiful floor 6-3SX for special groups or parties. j jI | and tempting to the tasteof quently is striving to give the people -

charm and beauty to the home anc : get in touch with this concern.Gainesville i I This progressive firm operates : the most fastidious. | just a little better all the
I Cleanliness is one of the out-
-- -- : time. They have arranged the place

Hillcrest Memorial Par: Fla. section the most and popular merits restaurant the large in pat-this j standing features of this modern 'so that it is very attractive and

restaurant and it is not confined to
ilillcr.st Memorial Park. has tinder with perpetual care. Beautifully located ronage it receives, for it is one of insist that the service be kepti
tables silverware and food but
,'OlqrUdlOn their new office and improved lots are of I the cleanest, most sanitary restaurants ': ex- i i prompt and courteous.We .
tends to the kitchen where the
and Carillon at the Park on Hawthorne fered you at surprisingly low cost serving palatable foods. It1: take great pleasure in com-
Road and in about ninety dishes are sterilized. this establishment
and most liberal terms. 1! plimenting upo
At this is very popular with the traveling j The food is such '
ti.ivs.1J U located there Always entrancing in its sacred prepared in a the high order of their busin
turn a and refer them to all reads
silence, it brings one into closer our
Muss will be featured each Sunday : the city and adjacent territory. I' thought at once comes that therenever I without hesitation.
communion with all that is beau-
invited The office
afternoon public This restaurant has such to eat.
gained a was a good place
I-, now :it 107 \V.'University Avi-, ,, tiful. The management in charge "Coral Restaurant iAir Conditioned
that has far and wide Poor restaurants
name spread are not the ex-
phone FU 2-1093. has made every effort to make thisa I for your comfort is easily
i as a place where local and travel- ception by any means. It is a pleasure .
If you have not visited this spot of happy memories of life. I accessible to this an a and has

Memorial Park, drive out today When in town drive through this ing people can more than satisfy I to have such a modern and plenty of parking spate

and see for yourself this: well Memorial Park and see this beau- -- -- -

planned and picturesque cemetery.If tiful and well cared for cemeteryand : D & A Electric Motor Repairs Gainesville Fla. m

you have not visualized its green be one of the many who have D & A Motor Repairs. I have new and rebuilt motors for is no branch of this work that they

sod shrubbery and blooming plantsnow made provision in advance of need.A 533 NW 3rd Ave, phone FR 2-120, i tale. have overlooked.In .

spreading abroad their varied policy of courtesy to all and are dealers for Delco. General Elec- I
I Throughout this section this the
hues and fragrance, you have well located lots at reasonable Westinghouse and Wagoner. con- repair department they
cern is known of the firms have in charge able and
missed one of the beauty spots of prices has brought people from this also other leading makes as well as one I efficient
as the authorized service station engaged in electrical repair work I workmen which enables them to
this section, for truly mother na- : and the surrounding country.We i I
ture has lavished her beauty here. feel that we are helping you for repairs on all kinds of electric of motors and generators that has rewind, rebuild, or repair electric

motors. They give you a guaranteed I| attained a position in the trade in i motors or generators no matter
The men in charge are courteousand by directing your attention to this
service. this line that brings an ever increasing what your troubles may be and
have your interest at heart and beautiful cemetery with perpetualcare I
This outstanding business offers business and i they do it in
| as a conse- a most satisfactory
are always glad to show you the and this is the reason so many ,
choice family lots in this well cared visitors pay tribute to its management a most comprehensive service in quence the place is headquartersfor manner.

for park at very reasonable prices ,'I i electrical repair work on electrical everything pertaining to elec- j We desire to refer this establish-

motors and generators, and the re- tric motors and generators. For ment to all our readers as one that

Dr. R. E. GuentherDr Gainesville, Fla. winding and rebuilding of them. I work of this kind you will find they |'meets all the demands in electric

They have saved the purchaseof always give complete and satisfactory motor repairs and firm
j a willalways
1E Guenther's practice in- i poisons that cause disorders and you
many a new motor because of service in very short order.
chides all the latest developments prevent good health The Chiropractor I j find courteous and willing
their satisfactory: service. They also You can be sure that when they 1 I to help solve
brought about by research and thescientific not only assists in the h 'ahng'proce"s. you problems in
,I I do a job it is well done thereor
developments in Chiro- but adjusts vou. so to I this line.
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pract'i some are complete X-ray speak to hive continuous good ,

Laboratory and Colon irrigation health. 1 Gainesville I Granite. <& Marble Works Gainesville Fla. I

( iffuv at C05 NE 1st, phone FRanklin i Because of his reputation of goodI Gainesville (J ran 11 e& MarbleWorks --
you may bring design for known
I your : as one of the best
67691.This results through practice he has located opposite The Evergreen equipped
them to follow.
Chiropractor has the latest built for himself an enviable reputation Cemetery 1425 SE 4th St. I monument works in this section for

modern equipment to assist in diagnosis in the professional circles phone FRanklin 6-6151 maintain a I 1 As designer, this popular Com- I the artistic quality of their work.

an-i treatment of the patient. of this area. !! large selection of Marble. Granite. pany has achieved a well meritedi The complete stock this firm

... -0 beciuv of his skill and equipment The services of a Chiropractor is''I and Bronze. reputation, their designs are both carry at all times, makes it espe-

you may expect the highest to work with nature and to find ;.. Few people think of monuments I original and artistic. They are I cially impressive because of the
type of professional service, in both and correct displacements of the I l until there is need of one. Then 1: ready at any time to submit de- i various designs and different typea
analyst, diagnosis and treatment spinal column. These adjustments i
in ,II courteous treatment and helpful signs for all classes of work in the of Marble and Granite, and because
Good results and voluntary praise performed a most scientific
from hi- patients has caused many 1 manner and assist the body segments suggestions are deeply appreciated. i line, whether a :Marker, Monument i of their quality buying in every

\ lsitor, to consult him ana receivebfnefKia. in time to return to their'' This firm is noted for serving the : or a Mausoleum, as well as to faith- style and material available.For .

and normal articular relations and at all times and :i fully execute to the letter this
treatment aljustments releases public efficiently any special years well known firm

i, the pressure that former deviation have on their lot memorials of design submitted to them. has served the people of this section -

The ate=t precision methods are ; caused on the nerves affect- I' many different styles and sizes I'I They have the very latest and with the finest creation in J
used In his practice through I from which to make your selection. most modern equipment, which enables I, Granite and Marble, and in this
the medium of this
and Through
tins adjustment many
body disorders are corrected, enabling friendly Guide, we wish to refer you These designs are impressive, but I I them to produce the finest I. Friendly Guide we refer our read-

nature to assist the patient in to this Chiropractor who has bult : if you wish something different grade of work in a most expert and I ers to their service with utmost

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