Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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g \i9 k ; }I I 4 Buildings Burn Commission Eyes RecordsOf Starke's Electric Sewer Financing

'. :: In Night Blaze County's Law OfficersBradford Services GivenEngineer's Studied By CouncilFunds

to County law enforcement and the fine and for-

: for examination by the Board of OkayThe
: Near Blanding feiture fund came up
4 I County Commissioners Monday. Needed For 301 Project

The Commissioners received a When Work
4-Laning BeginsThe
I City of Starke last week
Several remnants of Camp j breakdown on the number of arrests -
was given a clean bill of health
F Blanding "boom town" days disappeared Budget Report which had 'been made by and commended /by an electrical Starke City Council Tuesday night began tacklingthe

/ Tuesday night when each official. The report had problem of finding to finance the
4. engineer from Gainesville for itf a way sewer project
fire destroyed a two story tin been prepared by County JudgeT. electric service to users of power along U. S. 301 north to the city limits when the four-lan-
*'. : building, a two story house, and Given Officials A. Yawn at the request of
from the
city's plantAngus :ing program begins.
:. two smaller adjoining cottages, the officials.
: Merritt, electrical en- "We've got to quit dodging the _
all vacant. I Clerk Charles Darby County Clerk Charles Darby, gineer, in a letter to the City problem," Council Chairman T
The property, near Kingsley County Council
xS. presenting report remarkedthat Council, said that he found the Adopts C. (Cliff) Hazen said. The widen- _
Beach, was owned by Paul Win- Monday presented a report on
s "Musgrove (Trooper C.
: : Com primary distribution system in ing of 301 is getting "closer and
< valued the budget to the County
ters of Gainesville and was
Musgrove) and all of the of- "
good shape and "would like to I closer, he said, and provisions
\ at $20,000, including build- missioners. ficers are making greater ef compliment the City of Starkeon New Policies For should be made soon for funds
and contents. The loss was the most concern from "
ings Causing forts. The commissioner indicated the service given their cus- to finance the sewer program so
not covered insurance.The the Commissioners was the Road ,
by I a concern over a decreasein "
tomers. that work can go ahead when the
business building housed and Bridge Maintenance Fund in the number of arrests made by time comes.
The city hired Merritt recentlyin City EmployeesA
the M & H Restaurant in Bland- which about 60 per cent of the some of the officers.
an effort to stem the tide of Additional taxation was reluctantly -
ing days and was at present funds budgeted have already Darby said that the numberof
complaints about the ctya electric suggested as the source of
; I being repaired for a tenant who been spent, though only one- arrests "adjusted very- nicely"- bills. Complaint had been schedule of rules for city the needed moneny, but specific
"" : << ..." rented it with to reopen third of the fiscal year has ex
'>>< ia-:<< : ""- iiiIw had plans last month. employees detailing the
policieson aside
received by city officials charging taxing proposals were set

Hand*, hands, hands, everywhere the Tornado player looked he a restaurant there. A gas pired. The commissioners also. received -I that the light bills were in- overtime, vacations, holidays, until after the Council could determine -

Rebel hands! guarding him. Caught In this action are Tornado range, refrigerator, and a few Accounting for the biggest partof a report that the fine! correct."I sick leave and debts was adopted how much money wouldbe
saw other supplies, valued at $500 the overexpenditures in this and, forfeiture fund received Tuesday night by the City CounciL required.As .
and Armond Rivers ((14)). have spent two days In
Joe Harden (30))
had just been placed in the build- fund were salaries of road crews
3635.15 from the sheriffs of- Starke investigating various' electric a prelminary step the Council -
"- I ing for future use. and repair and upkeep of equip- fice this month as the result services in the City, both Among the new policies in- agreed to have the engineering

In Keystone Tourney The fire started about 11:30p. ment. Over half of the money al- I of law enforcement activity in residential and commercial," the stituted is a rule that-a worker firm of Reynolds, Smith and

m. and burned until 2:30 a. loted for timber and other bridge January. This is a sharp increase letter' read "from one aide! of will not be paid for sick leave Hills give an estimate at the

N BUS Beats Santa Fe But Loses m. Coy Stevenson, chief, and materials has already been spent. over preceding months when it town to the other, and have until he has been absent from 'next Council meeting of the cost

members of the Camp Blanding The Commissioners expressed was necessary to transfer money found that the voltage is excel- work for three days because of of a survey to determine the cost

volunteer fire department an- concern over the mounting repair from other funds to provide for lent.. Out of 17 services. checked, sickness. After the three days I of the project. This engineering

Green Cove swered the call, but were hampered bills on trucks. It was suggested I expenses charged to this account have found no fast or incorrect has elapsed he will be allowed I firm has been hired by the cityon
To Fernandina in fighting the fire by lack i that new trucks could be pur- meters and also out of this num- two weeks or 11 working days, previous projects.

of water. They managed to keep I[ chased for the amount of money Comparing January's figure ber of services in checking the on sick leave. Councilman Joe Andrews HI

last eliminated it from spreading to other nearby it takes to keep up the old ones. with preceding months it was meter readings have found that Other new policies are requirements said the Council will have only

Bradford High's Tornadoes Thursday I cottages that were occupied. The total amount budgeted for found that the sheriff contributed the meter-reading men have donean that new employees I two choices: To assess the people

Santa Fe from the Keystone Conference by winning 50-14, Stevenson said that origin of the Road and Bridge Fund was, $2,633.47 to the fund for excellent job in reading the undergo physical examinationsand I who will be served, or to add

but lost Friday night to the Conference champions, Fernan the fire was unknown although $88,596.94 of which $35,456.47 activity in December, $1,817 for meters." a measure designed to combat another general levy.

dina Beach, and were defeated in the consolation tilt Satur- defective wiring could have been has already been spent, leaving I activity in1 November and $2,4705 Meritt said that according to neglect'" of debts among" Power Superintendent A Rilev.

day night by Green Cove Springs. the cause. 53140.47 T- for operatine_ during .'-" for- Ortnhpr- *" his findings "the City of Starke's employees. Wasdin said that the new sewer

Fourth-seeded BHS finished the next eight months. The arrest report revealed that I electric service to the consumers Abusing ProgramAt project will create another problem -

fourth. Fernandina Beach won Removal Is Seen The General Fund and Fine and of the three officers on duty is very accurate in every respect. the last Council meeting, and additional expense in

Panel Formed the championship by defeatingP. Forfeiture Fund were said to during the entire time of 1955 I During the discussion City members indicated a belief. that that a bigger line or an additional

K. Yonge Saturday night For 4-Way Stop be running about right. In the and 1956, Sheriff P. D. Reddish I Clerk Carl Johns mid that the some of the employees were abusing line will have to be built to

and Green Cove came in third. General Fund $30,839.43 of the made 33 arrests in 1955 and 29 'billing procedures for Novemberand the sick leave privileges by carry the sewage to the disposal

To Study Present Bolles and Santa Fe were elimi- alloted 94320.52 has been spent in 1956; Deputy Fate Brown December may have made taking off a day or a half a day plant.

nate on the first night. The recently created four-way and in the Fine and Forfeiture made 134 in 1955 and 151 in the January bills seem higher. at a time when they were not Wasdin pointed out that this
stop system at the intersectionof ; of the alloted 1956 State carry-off line is only a 12 inch
Fund Trooper
$10,173.56 ;
Musgrove actually sick. The new provisions
Against Santa Fe, the I Because of the holidays the
Walnut and Jefferson Streets made 278 in line and already about: 30 inchesof
School Problems $31,065 has been spent. 1955, but
does came from behind to score dropped bills in November and Decemberwere were passed to assure that
by the post office will be in Clerk Charles Darby to 184 in 1956. I pipe are running into it.
the victory. Although at a height County made up two days earlier employees on sick leave are real-
existence only two more weeks,
disadvantage the BHS men were warned the Commissioners against The total number of arrests than usual, Johns said. Thus in ly sick. To receive payments

_ Ways and means of getting deadly from the foul line get before unless that it can time prove has elapsed.its worth overexpending budget. Last for the county was 775 in 1955 January the customers were during the sick period, the em- Feb. IS Is Eyed

across to the public the dire ting 22 of 32 chances, and they This decision reached year the budget was overspentby and 717 in 1956. Reports from billed.for two days more than in I poyees must have a doctor's cer _

1. condition of Bradford County piled up an early 12-9 lead' in Council was by about $4,500.Reckless other County Judges revealed the two preceding months. I tificate. As Opening Date
the City Tuesday night
school finances were discussed Rebels I that in Clay County 1,015 arrests 1 I
the first quarter. But the after members reported that Under the new regulations the
\i at an organization meeting ofthe came back to ,forge ahead 28-19 citizens had voiced dissatisfaction were made in '1955 and 897 CANDIDATESUNOPPOSED employees, must mak "...arrangements For Radio' Station
Council for Better in 1956 I ;
Citizens DrivingConviction JeJfcrsonCountyi668 '
just before the first half ended. with the..s stem.. to pay bills within 10 days
in, the BHS music buildIng in 1955 and 517 in '1956
Schools ; Levy
Two quick Starke goals made i it after a creditor makes a complaint -
t Mayor W. T. Jackson. originator "We hope to be on the air by
Tuesday night. County, 1793 in. 1955 and 2480in
,, 28-23 at half. of the system, defended its AT BROOKERA or face dismissal. the 15th," Fred Temple, one of
- After lengthy discussion, a Brings 1956; Union County 672 In
Fought Back necessity as a safety measure. "I lIollday'Schedule the partners constructing radio
adoptedand 1955 and 602 in 1956. Madison
three-point program About midway in the third think it does pretty good," the slate of unopposed cand- I The Council set up the holiday station WRGR in Starke, said
chairman appointed to I County, 706 in 1955 and 603 in ,
a quarter, BHS fought back to\ mayor commented. idates will face the voters of schedule to coincide with the this week.
head up each division of activi- I retake the lead, 33-32, and held Councilman Joe Andrews m Notice Of Appeal t 1956. Brooker in the t wn's general schedule adopted by the Mer- Temple said he expects the

ty. These are: the lead until the game ended.':said the system invites infractions election to be held Tuesday, chants Division of the Chamberof equipment to be ready for operation

1) Investigating Committee. tc High scorer for the Tornadoeswas of the law because "people 3 Join Starke GuardThree Feb. 12. Without opposition, Commerce. this weekend. The exact date

study actual conditions in the Charles Noegel with 21 don't: pay any attention" to it. A man found guilty of Reckless and with little liklihood of an These holidays are Memorial for broadcasting to begin will

schools and to examine school points. Reason Kirkland was run- "It's not a safety sign, but a Driving served notice in men joined Co. C, upset by write-in votes, the Day, Independence Day, Labor depend on how much time it

'budgets, audits, and records, witha ner-up with 16. For the Rebels, trap" W. H. (Billy) Noegel re Mayor's Court Monday that he Starkes' National Guard unit. candidates who seem slated Day, Veterans Day. Thanksgiving takes the FCC to issue a permit

view toward possible economies; Tommy Dampier was high scorer marked. intended to appeal the ease to a this week. They are William S. for election next Tuesday are: Christmas and New Year's. authorizing program testing,

J. D. Doyle chairman. with 13 points.In The Council, on the motion of higher court. Mayor W. T. Jackson Starling and Robert A. Brantley, For Mayor: M. O. Harrell The new provisions allow one Temple said. Sometimes this procedure
2) Ways and Means Commit-1 Noegel, voted to remove the two I said that if the man completes -' both of Starke, and Carlos Nor- week vacation to employees who takes three days and
incumbent) _
the other Thursday (
tee to study and recommend ad- game Devils recently erected signed on Wal- the appeal It'will be the man of Heilbronn. have worked for a year and two I sometimes as much as 10 days.
ditional sources of revenue for night, Clay County's nut street in two weeks. "If in first time since he has servedas Starling and Norman were as- For Alderman: W. H weeks for employees who have Temple, owner of WDSR in

county schools at the local level; snuffed Green Cove's conference that time they have proved to bea mayor that such action has signed to the Wheel Vehicle Sec Hicks, R. A. Nettles, W. C. worked for two years or more. Lake City, and Dolph Chamber-
with a 58-39 win. Jim
"1'. H. Slade, chairman. I hopes with help, I'll withdraw my motion," been taken. tion and Brantley was assigned Stalnaker (three to be elect- No overtime pay is allowed for lin, owner of WGGG in Gainesville -
Skoofalos was high man
Public Rela ', I said.Jackson The Curtis Cauthen, was to the Track Vehicle Section. ed).
3)) Publicity and Noegel I' I I department heads and overtime were busy this week lay
tions Committee to place Information -; 20 points. said that if the signs found guilty by the mayor and Starling has served two yearsin For Town Clerk: .B. M. work of other employees will be ing the ground wires for the

obtained in the hands of I Friday Night are removed. two or three park- fined $25. Policeman Shep'Tomlinson -I. the Army, has been in the I McRae. The incumbent, Frank paid at straight salary rates. station.

_ _ the people; Mrs. R. V. Chapman. Friday night Fernandina beat ing spaces on each corner will testified that Cauthen Alabama National Guard, and Tinney, is not a candidate for Opened Bids Gordon Robbie, recently namedto
chairman. the Tornadoes 47-34 while P. K. have to be eliminated so that "shot around the left" of another' was once a member of Co. C. reelection.For In other action; the Council manage the station, began

Merritt Williams who had moved past Green Cove Springs approaching traffic can be seen car as soon as both cars had Brantley has served three yearsin Town Marshal: "J. W. opened bids on hydrants and preparing for the operation of _

served as temporary chairmanin 45-37. Noegel was again high more ea.ily.I begun to move after being stopped the Marines. Thomas (incumbent). (Continued on Page 10) I the station.

organizing the Council, was man for Starke- with 12 points- I by a red light at the inter- ----

elected permanent chairman., and followed by Reason Kirkland Delinquency ChargesTwo -section- of Walnut and Madison FOR TOBACCO SOIL BANK

Mrs. Phyllis Hansen was elected with 10 points.In I streets. The cars were going .

secretary.It the championship contest Starke men, Owen Thorn south on Walnut.

was decided to cooperatewith Saturday night Fernandina I ton and Ellis McRae, were Admitted Action
Line At
I Forms Sundown
the Elementary PTA in Beach razzle-dazzled its way to charged this week with contributing The defendant admitted Tom-

promoting countywide attendanceat victory over top-seeded P. K. to the delinquen of minors. linson's statements, but con-

a meeting planned by that Yonge by a score of 53-47. In They are accused of encour- tended that the action did not

group on March 12, at which all the consolation game tarke lost aging and enticing two 13-year- constitute reckless driving. He :1 : <; "
groups interested in any phaseof 57-48 to Green Cove. Reason old girls to run away from home. said that the street markings in- .':

the school problem will be Kirkland was high man with 17 They were freed under $150 bond dicated that passing was legal, :

heard. points. each. but Tomlinson said that that I 'T.Lf: O. : : I

point was a no passing zone. F Li
Cauthen's brother, James, who ,

. COMMISSION RECEIVES FINANCIAL REPORTSFinancial I the said Ocala he has and served Wildwood with police both 3 ::1 f4s.A fI'41 '_-_ __ ;

reports of the County cellaneous income, $7174.69. tified copies, $536.50; civil fees, I departments testified in behalfof r 4 ?; J
the defendant. I
fee officers for 1956 submitted Total receipts: $25.341.87. $6622.50; tax deed fees, $29.60; bondof : _
In other action, the $100 L
Monday to the" County Commissioners Expenses Deputies' salaries, redemption fees, $70; recording, John O'Brian of New York _

showed that County Clerk $8205.90; auto expenses $2798.44; $3906.50; miscellaneous, $507.82. forfeited after he failed to
Charles Darby was the only official other criminal expenses, $39.98; ,Receipts from governmental was of _
to answer a charge
returning any excess fees jailer and guard, $3144; feed and agencies indexing, $533.60; appear
reckless and causing an
to the County. supplies, $2080.02; other jail ex court work $1144.15; salary, Kite Jr. I _
accident. Officer Perry
Darby returned $635.75 to the Inses180; postage and stationary $1800; recording convictions, $166-. _
I said that the truck driven by
County treasury from fees taken. $71.17; telephone and
25.Total O'Brian collided with a car driven -
In over the amount allowed for telegraph, $58.37; other office receipts: $15,316.92.
the maximum compensation and expenses. $144.91; miscellaneous, Expenses Auto, $300; depu- by Leland P. Knepper of

needed for the operation of the expenses, $216.81; investigations, ty's bond, $7.50; association dues, Jacksonville on south U. S. 301

I. !fice. $248; arresting fees, $682.65. U5; box rent $9; postage, $27; last Tuesday. Damage to the car

The rest of the officials failedto Total expenses: $18,170.65.Net Tinted check book, $3.02; refundon was estimated at $150 and dam- I
make their maximum compen- income of office: $7,171.62.Judge's error in recording, $1.75; age to the truck at $25.

sation which is $7500 for allv of- Report salaries, 681790. Red Lights J. W. Kelly fills out his tobacco soil bank agreement with Mrs. office to be among theM chosen few to get the soil bank money. In

fices except the County judge. County Judge T. A. Yawn lifted Total expenses: $7181.17.The Three men were fined $10 Mildred Sapp as ASC Committeemen, N. J. Davis, Rufus Alvarez and picture at right Felix Sapp distributes line placement cards to the I
The judge, serving in the additional his receipts as: Probate, $749.10; net income of the office each for running red lights. Two all 50 farmer their who
not guilty and one Felix Sapp, look on. Kelly ,spent night on the steps of the ASC nearly or representatives waited in line.
positions of junevile and marriage licenses. $164.25; fishing war $8135.75. pleaded

small claims judge is allowedto and hunting licenses, $610.25; Since the clerk is allowed a admitted the charge. The line of farmers desiring to said that $13,000 more would of the"local ASC committee, pass I that some would be left without

earn more. occupational licenses $92.25; dri, max-mum compensation of $7500, Nolan Hooten said that he had participate in the tobacco soil have been needed to bring all of ed out numbered cards to the i any tobacco and without soil bank

The larger.t dollar volume of vers' licenses, $1552.75; small]: 635.75 was turned over to the passed a truck at the intersec- bank program !began forming at I the farmers in the line Mondayinto waiting people. J money, too.

business was reported by the claims, $839; miscellaneous, 39., County. tion and the policeman had told sundown last Sunday night, withJ. the project The highest The fortunate ones signed a A report of the annoyed con-

sheriffs office. Sheriff P. D. Red- 25; delayed birth certificates, $46;; Tax AssessorTax I him that the truck went throughthe W. Kelly heading the line. Before amount any of the dozen under Soil Bank agreement and names fusion of the farmers with the

dish made the following finan- civil.: $20. Assessor Gene Long. made light on a caution signal midnight three or 'four had the program will receive will be of the other 37 were listed, justin changes in the program which

cial report: From governmental agencies the following report: The officer Assistant Chief Riley joined Kelly in the long wait and I $781.92. The lowest amount will case more money became avail- appeared in the Telegraph last

L Sheriffs Report criminal, $5487; juvenile judge, Receipts State. $269.20; Sweat said that Hooten'scar in the wee hours of the morning be 331.12. week caused Congressman Billy

Income from Individuals Arrests $300; insanity investigations, $53.- Board of public inr ruction. $1922.38 .- went through the light later -!the line began swelling in earnest Unlucky DayIt able.This activity Sunday night and Matthews to phone Huggins this

I for others $450.45: ; feeding 55; coroners inquests. $28; miscellaneous ; Board of County Commissioners than the truck and a car I with farmers or their wives until for the Monday morning was the resultof week, long distance from Wash-
was an unlucky day
[other prisonera, $18.75; civil in- county; $10. 128827. waiting on the cross street .for by the 8 aon. deadline Monday thirteenth man in line, Aubrey confusing changes in policies ington.
[rome 631.69; Expense refund. Total receipts: 999140. Funds earned in 1955 but col- the light to turn green had to about 50 people were waiting to he was out of I and trimming of benefits of the Huggins said that Matthewswas
Hazen. Though
1$54.88. Expenses 'Salaries, $1818.87; lected in 1956 State, $230.20; stop to let Hooten past. be signed up for the program.But to I tobacco soil bank program. "quite concerned that the
in his get
-, Income from governmental agencies postage, paper, stationary., 170. Board of Pubic Instruction. $409.- James Martin. Negro, said that out of this number enough bed into by the 2 a.m. he anxiety figured that I Left Without I farmers had not interpreted the
95; other, $146.04.Total 67; Board of County Commissioners when he started under the lightit program intended."
-warrants and capaises farmers, understanding program as Washington
funds were available for only 12 nobody else would be out that, I Many
[$8.216.36; witness 332. expenses: $2135.86.: $1288.27.Expenses was green. but before he got I would be Matthews stated he was not sat
subpoenas to get into the program. Only early so he leisurely ate break that the program opento
,55; handling prisoners, $128.55; I. Net Income of County Judge's Salary, $1980; pos- through it was red. Officer C. ,6160.57 was alloted to Bradford fast and read the paper. By the all, did not plant reed beds isfied with the._program: as it affected -

I jury sm-ice, $422.45; Court attendance office, $7855.44. stage, $99.10; telephone $21.37; Moore said that Martin had to i County for the program, an aver-, time he arrived, he found the this year. With the announce- the firmer ,and had had
$1040 153. County perk travel, $280.20; bank charges, pass a car which had stoppedfor I fraction of several discussions with Joe Williams -
; Court orders, age of about $500 for the fortunate fortunate 12 already ahead of him. ment that only a
D5: ; other criminal income, $$7.20; County Clerk Charles Darby $6.46. the light and went through' few who were first iij line. At 8 a-ra the doors to the office those eligible would be taken into I( head of'the administrationof

eedlng county R:; onez $ml.,5 .- reported: Total receipts for 1956, $7,715.- when it was red. and Felix Sapp, a member the program, it became evident the program., on the issue.
; other jail Inc e, $2880; misI Receipts from individuals-Cer-I (Continued on Page 4) I (Continued on Page Four) County Agent George_ Huggin I opened






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editorial Farmer's F. Hall of Jacksonville, *Mr. and FEBRUARY 8, 1937

I DiaryBy PINE LEVEL Mrs. Robert Taylor and children the and Clerk file the original In m. omce of tlve weeks In the Bradford
of the Circuit Court on or 'l'el'crapL County
of Olustee, and Mr. "and Mrs. V. before the 4th day of March. 1957;
f MeGanrry otherwise the Dated this 28th day Of
E. Thornton and daughter of allegations of said January
by Sirs. 1L fll. IleUaeA&&A&&A& IU7.
Mr. Wilson, Take Back! land. Those who have Starke. Complaint by you.wiU be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
.- irrigationare Mrs. Edward Browning and This Clerk of the Circuit
Secretary of Defense Charles E. (Foot-in- who lucky are raising now, especiallly berries. those Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright sister, Miss Diane Hall, both of once each notice week shall for be four published conaeca- 87 Marlin 1., Cr..b", Deputy%/1 U2 Court Clerk:

Mouth) Wilson continues to blunder into reveal- of Lawtey spent Sunday Jacksonville, were overnight .

ing the truth about basic Republican Party Philosophy Noticed the N.'G.*Hayes family with Mr. and Mrs. Herman guests of Misses Pansy, Joyce, WE CONTRACT FOR
which seems to be a deep and underlying planting potatoes out at Brooker. Thomas of Bayless Hiway. and Gloria Crosby last Saturday
This community was saddenedto ALL
distrust of the masses of the American people. They had their two great big learn of the death of Mrs. night Delores spent Sunday in TYPES OF BUILDING

Most of the other administration big-wigs pressure guns going full blast, R. L. Batten of Theressa. Starke with Kathy Myrick, who BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
and it made a pretty is ill. We missed her REPAIRS
very picture, so much
have been schooled in the meaningless terminology Mrs. Maggie Clements of Heil- REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES
a showing up in the at Sunday School and wish hera
able hide this Well, the tobacco growers bronn Springs, and Mrs. J. L.
of politics and are to philoso- big clouds of water. Hope that speedy recovery. FREE ESTIMATES -
had their last week and
meeting Conner
: were recent visitors of
phy behind high sounding phrases. But through was a sign they'll have good luck
heard all about the
reasons the
why H. M. McRaes.
Wilson, a blunt spoken big businessman, the the 20. per cent cut in alllotments with their 'spuds. Glad to see Lucian Conner at CARD OF THANKSWe W. L. THIGPEH JR.
American public is learning more and more. At was necessary this year. One of ,
church last after wish to thank
Other Sunday recent everyonefor
least, to this extent, Mr. Wilson serves a worth- the reasons, weave learned, is potato growers over at illness. a their thoughtfUlness duringthe Phone 297-J Starke Fla..
Brooker seem to have decided
while purpose. that although there are more cigarettes gainst planting spuds this year a-, Mr. and Mrs. H. Thomas of illness and death of our beloved Route 2, Box 245-D

Not too long ago the Secretary of Defense about than ever being produced, for there are not' many, to our Bayless Hiway spent Monday wife and mother. The food
gave a hint of the Old Guard philosophy whenhe of a tobacco million used, becauseof poundsless knowledge, who have planted. Af- with their son-iIi-law and daughter that was brought in the lovely ..
are Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. flowers, and kind that
ter what happened last Star- things
drew a most unfortunate parallel between year youcan't
the use of former by-products,
were said and done were greatly
bird dogs and unemployed mine workers. He such as stems. much blame them. ling.Mr. PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
and Mrs. Gerald Williamsof appreciated.R. L. Batten and your
should have )Jearned a lesson from this incident, Heard some nice comments on Melrose spent last Sunday children.

but apparently he considers himself so omnipo- the Starting leaf Monday of this week The Telegraph's story on popular with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ..
who wish to will
tent that he can say what he pleases, when he growers George Huggins last week. One Russell Thomas.
be signing up to put their tob- TO APPEAR
of the thing we know is that Bradford IB Ctrralt Coast Bradford CashFl.rldat
pleases, regardless rightness or wrong- acco land in the Soil Bank. As we Mrs. Eletha Mae Nettles and In
ness of his statements.But understand it, those who rented County is.a. lot larger than most Mrs. Joan Spencer visited .rela- Steve Ferentlnos Chancery.Plaintiff, vs. Betty LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
people realize, and that P. Ferentlnos, Defendant.
tives in Jacksonville last Sun-
Mr. Wilson went far too far, we think, their tobacco allotments got a- in addition Case No. 10-2014
bout $100, per acre, whereas from. to trying to get all Notice To AppearTo Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
recent blunder when he expresseda day.Mrs.
in his most
around the county, has to do a lot : Betty P. Ferentlnos, whose
the Soil Bank will Robert and
they get about Starling residence and address Is Unknown.You .
lack of faith in another institution supporteddown of night work with various farm- :
double that amount, so it looks mother, Mrs. Viola Cheshier, are norooy nounea mat a
through history by masses of American like some of the tobacco land is ing organizations.* visited in Palatka last Sundayand baa suit been for divorce filed against you In the DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
people the National Guard. When Mr. Wilson going into the SB. were accompanied home by above named Court and cause and
We're not about to run out of yon are required to serv of
attempts to brush off the National Guard as a Mrs. Cheshier's mother who will
tea This week heard your answer or pleading to the complaint 136 W. Call Street
kind of draff-dodging gimmick he demonstrates Got a load of cottonseed meal anymore. we spend two weeks here_ on the Palntlffi Attorney Phone 285
that you can take pine needles H. C. BaldwIn P. o. Box 104,
either his abysmal ignorance or his insufferable pellets this week, and started to and make a fine brew from them Weekend visitors of the H. M. Gainesville Florida

arrogance either of which, in our opinion, give the cows and calves some to that is supposed to be tea. The -
build them milk .
up. Daisy a
disqualifies him as a useful Secretary of De person who told us about it saidit -- ..
cow, is really a first class eater, -
fense. tastes like spring! Maybe we're
and should her chew
you see
Facing up at long last to the failure of their the pellets. Gave the eight (four up old to taste fashioned like-tea., but we like our tea rpe Specially Selected -- Luscious

costly and ineffective reserve program, it would calves, four cows) 100 lbs. of csm
in three days and they ate It all *
convinced Mr. Wilson
seem that the Army brass And then Ducky Linsin tells a
and came back for more. According
that the National Guard was standing in their good story about how a big food
to Morrison's Feeds and Feed-
by offering men the opportunity of chain one time decided that the Firm Red
way young ing, you can't harm a cow by Ripe
becoming "citizen soldiers" (as General Wash- feeding too much csm. But you left ham on a hog was more ten- / /d/llal.'l/ ,
der than the Their research
ington called militiamen) without scrappingtheir sure can put a big fat hole in your right.
proved that the hog scratches In
civilian pocketbook.Hear
careers. such a way that the right ham .

The Pentagon hatched up an arbitrary deci- that W.. .C. Ward's. straw gets more exercise than the left, .a'

sion to require six months active duty for all berries are looking good, considering and therefore is more tender.
National Guard enlistees, and Mr. Wilson and the damage done them by the From now on we'll order a left omatoes
his advisors called in the Reserve Forces Policy recent cold weather. ham sandwich and see what hap-
By the way, Ducky, whichdo
Board of the Defense Department and the General *
Staff Committee on National Guard and Army Speaking of cold weather, we you serve? r
read that one time it was reported -
Reserve Policy to rubber stamp the decisions
Lutheran Services
to have been six degrees BE-
already made.Fortunately. LOW zero at St. Augustine. As 122. E. Washington St. c
for the country at large, as this was back in 1835, when offi-
well as for the National Guard and the prestigeof cial weather bureau records were Sunday Evening Feb. 10, the
the individual states, Mr. Wilson's charge not kept, and as this story does first of a series of lectures and CTNS
'' not make for good Chamber of open discussion on, "What Lu- yb
that the Guard became a 'refuge for draft "
Commerce reading, we suggest therans Believe About the Bible,
dodgers during the Korean War has stirred upa that it be taken with a grain of will begin.
full-scale tempest. It is not likely to subside salt (or ice). Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pastorof
until the Army's Reserve plan fiasco and the II the First Lutheran Churchin

professional soldier's animosity toward the Spring planting time is only a Gainesville will conduct the
Guard are fully exposed. few weeks off and it is still much service. A cordial invitation is
too dry for farmers to work the extended to everyone.
Major General Ellard A. Walsh, presidentof

the National Guard Association, reminds the SWEET RIPE FANCY QUALITY

nation that every enlistee in the Guard is immediately CUBAN
liable to active service, that both the YOU WANT LOW PRICE FRESH PINEAPPLE each 29

Army National Guard and the Air National .f ...

Guard urged their complete mobilization the SWEET TENDER WESTERN

outset of the Korean emergency. Although the YOU WANT TOP QUALITY I -I I CRISP CARROTS lb bag
Government refused the offer, terming Korea a JANE PARKER TASTY 2 15c

"police action," 37 per cent of the regular Guard -

and 48 per cent of the Air Guard were soon ORANGE CHIFFON FRESH TENDER SWEE"*

mobilized and in action. GENERALII ELECTRIC
GOLDEN CORN5 ears only
We in Bradford County, as in many anotherU. 29cEXTRA

S. city and town, take pride in the two Na- TELEVISIONMODEL CAKE
tional Guard units in the area (Company C FANCY WESTERN

in Starke and Company B at Camp Blanding. VARIETY WINESAP APPLES lb
Being familiar, as we are, with the officer and I 19

enlisted personnel of both units, we know that A : fit 1 l-lb cake .
Mr. Wilson's comments were completely unjusti- YELLOW CRK.

fied. I II VERY ib .
National Guard units have long been an ........... ... SQUASH 15
integral part of the community life of Bradford :%. .%..'E.%...\.llirwz1h:] :*..,}.,:: .

County, with historical data showing almost con- "Super-Right" Western Corn Fed -

tinuous Guard activity (Home Guards they were :s :j -i'.ii! J
in those dvs) here since the 1880's. Even before ; p

the Civil War' home supported militia companieswere fl, 'iI"I! II I IIk

active here, and when the fighting broke ANN PAGE FANCY

out in that war they were among the first to 1 \
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volunteer. IMITATION MAPLE r I
Starke National Guardsmen have been in

the midst of the fighting in every war since MODEL 21T050

that time the Spanish American, World WarI
World War II, when the entire company was
mobilized and played an important part in the I THE FINEST IN CABINET DESIGN or WHOLE

South Pacific fighting, and even the Korean 10 lo 12-lb Average

conflict, though Mr. Wilson seems to doubt it. THE FINEST IN PICTURE QUALITY bottle 31 cI ONLY. C
Today, the keen interest and aggressiveness 45

displayed by both local units have resulted in LISTENING
their winning top ratings in almost every com- I t' LB

mand or "IG" inspection they undergo. CompanyC

is especially to be commended. Only about a .
Set and forget Volume Control
year ago it was changed from an infantry to an
ordnance unit. Yet, in that short time it has won 90 AluminIzed Picture Tube Dynapower Speaker I Southern Star Boneless Ready to Serve Cooked

the praise of Division officers for its record of
Tilted Class for Gln"Fret Viewing I
achievement and efficiency.We Safety ANN PAGEGRAPE CANNED 5Ibcan .99I
are positive that these results could not Shielded Cascode Tuner for long Tube life 4A I HAH ].

have been produced by units composed, as :Mr. I

Wilson would imply of "draft who
joined the unit. not to work, but just to put in ; I JAM All Good Brand Sugar Cured --

time. The records that have been achieved by 184 F ,

our local Guard units could only have been made SLICED Ib
by men who realized their responsibility to the 24 BACON 47c

community and Nation, and were willing to sacri- jar 39c
fice their time and effort to perform those TODAY SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF G-f TV IIII i

duties to the best of their ability. Dole Sliced No. Frozen Food

And we have no reason to think that our UWI ttifi PINEAPPLE .

men here are exceptions, but rather are they 4rrelc.Y' 2f o2S

typical of the men who are active in the Na- .

tional Guard units all over the country. STARKE$ RADIO & TV Ann Page Spaghetti 15 I French Fried 9-ozpkg.

"This is not my dunghill," said Mr. Wilson SAUCE 2 oz 11"A&P ;

with customary crudeness in referring to the STARKE, FLORIDARED'S ANN PAGE II 25"
White House the other day. And we wonder if .

the same remark might not apply to the execu- Sunnyfield Pancake

tive mansions of the 48 states since the Gover- APPLIANCE CENTERKEYSTONE SALADDRESSING 6-oz Can 3 for-

nors thereof are, nominally at least the cpm- FLOUR llb

manders-in-chief of their respective Guard units. HEIGHTS FLORIDA 29CPrices

Will the States stand by while the Federal .

government absorbs their historic and valiant i in this ad effective through
Saturday February 9 1957
militias, as they have stood by while the Wash THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,
EST. 1879 .row eerw awe NWI
ington bureaucrats took over welfare at the -

state level, and as they are now standing by I) FLORIDA'S PUBLISHED OLDEST WEEKLY CONTINONSLY NEWsPAPER quart 43C ,

while federalization moves in on their public i
school systems?' ,
Perhaps it is time for our Governors get MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER t!r
on the ball and cut :Mr. Wilson down to size. -. .
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., J-_- _1_ r__ rJ % Woman's Club PTA Mrs. Church Montgomery. Members of the
JJJrcrf Elementary Batten Program
r -'- -" I Reckless Driving Dies; .. board or troop committee are

Slates ProgramOn To View FilmA Here To Honor the Rev. Donald Kokomoor

i County ResidentFor chairman; R. E. Edmondson,
ConservationAn Scouts On BirthdayThe
film on "How Children
Gilbert Goldwire
Conviction Brings Freeman Register -

interesting program or Learn" will be shown at the 15 YearsMrs. members of Starke's Boy Jr., Ed Beebe, John C. _

regular meeting of the Starke Stevens, Jim _
with Mrs. P. T. Scout Troop* 70 will be honor Guy An-
conservation Gertrude Lee Batten, 69, I
Elementary PTA next Tuesday drews, the Rev. W. S.
Nolin will be Notice of guests at a special worship program McAliley,
... as chairman givenat evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Appeal resident of Bradford County for Lou Hillendahl J. T. Kirklandand
Gladys Moot? the regular meeting of the Cafetorium. The sixth grade 15 years died at her home at at the First Methodist Charles Kirkland.

Phone 35 Starke Woman's Club, Wednes- mothers will be in charge of re (Continued from Page 1) Theressa Saturday morning Church Sunday evening in cele-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.On freshments.All following a lingering illness. bration of the birthday of the Troop 70, sponsored by the

tty program will be featured parents are urged to at- Pleaded Guilty A native of Clay County, she Boy Scouts of America.At Rotary Club, meets every Tues

a color and sound film or tend. Morea Thomas pleaded guiltyto was the daughter of the late present 19 boys are mem- day night at 7:30 in the Scout

Observes 80th Birthday "Orchids and Other Tropical running the stop light at the Robert B. and Margaret Rahame bers of the troop under the direction Hut just across from the County
schooL He said
Flora." There will also be piano high was of Scoutmaster David 'I Jail.ALVAREZ' .
Bible Class MeetsThe Lee.Survivors
for road sign and did I
.t : V selections and a vocal solo. Mrs. looking a include her husband
not see the light.A Robert Leon Batten three
James Lewis is co-chairman with ; daugh-
Good Samaritan Bible $10 bond posted by PaulF. ters, Mrs. Anna Fender and Mrs.
Mrs. Nolin. Class met with :Mrs. W. N. John- Men's Clothing
1 MacComsky and Mrs. Bessie Elsie Piggott, both of starke, and I STORE II J
\ Hostesses will be Mrs. Ewell son in her home on Laura street
Moody on a charge of running Mrs. Helen Jones of Benton Harbor 1894
Lawson,. chairman, Mrs. Merritt Saturday afternoon of last week. j
Williams, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Mrs. E. J. Northrup read.,. the red lights were estreated when Mich:; six sons, Charles W..of

E. K. Perryman, Mrs. I. E. Clark, study lesson and a discussion of the defendants failed to appear. I Hampton, Albert L., Earl R,
Clyde Mosley forfeited a $25 bondon
Lav.rence'JI.., Robert J. and
Mrs. R. F.
Mrs. George Flynn, the reading was held.
'. .:."'';'-. a charge of public intoxica- Claude E. Batten all of Starke
'c. "'.; Young, Mrs. C. R. Williams, Miss Three visitors from New Jersey ONLY.
Dorothy Ross, and Mrs. C. F. and California were present. The tion.The a brother, Jake R. Lee of St. $25 -- $25
1". case of driving with an
"", .In Augustine three sisters, Mrs.
fi .- Ward. next meeting place will be announced -
later. improper license against RobertL. Kathleen Coleman of Jackson- Will Deliver Any

Loggins Negro, was postponed -
ville, Mrs. Lilllie Masters and Miss
., BPW Club Attends until next week. Mayor Jack- Eva :M. Lee, both of St. Augustine NEW PIANO OR ORGAN
\ FHA Meeting Held son said Loggins was unable to
and 22 grandchildren.
\ \ ... Micanogy MeetingMiss Balance can be paid in small monthly payments.
:,i .. get to court Monday.
Funeral services were held Sun-
The FHA meeting was held Session Arrangements can be made to bring several instru-
Mrs. J. day in the Hope Baptist Church;
Della Rosenberg,
:Monday evening in the home ments to home for selection.
In session last week your
a special
D. Doyle, Mrs. E. A. Hall, Dr. : at Theressa with the Rev. :Merle
Florence Jennings and Miss Madge economics department with the mayor found Wayne Ed- Packham officiating. Burial, CALL OR WRITE, GRIDLEY MUSIC\ CO., INC.

Middleton, members of the BPW Stremas Mary Starling as supervisor., president, pre- wards not guilty of reckless followed in the church cemetery 1025 W. University Ave. Gainesville, Fla.
driving. under direction of DeWitt C. Jones
club attended a special meeting sided over the meeting during Trial of Jimmy Sim Montgomery Phones FR 2-4032 or FR 2-1086 _
Funeral Home of Starke. Active
of the clubs of the surrounding ,
which points were discussed on 18, and Mrs. Sherwood
Betty -
territory in Micandpy oh 'Thurs pallbearers were Barney Brinson.
what an FHA student needed to
day evening, Jan. 31. on charges arising out of L. B. Williams, J. D. Griffis,
to the state convention.
go a, collision on Jan. 20 were continued Donald Lawrence, Clyde Hall and
Judge Libby Sacher of Plains- points included, grades, attend- again, awaiting Montgomery's -
James Gnann.
I field, N. J., BPW NatibnaTPublic ance, conduct at the meetingsand release from the hos-

Affairs chairman, gave an things they participate in.I SMITH'S SHELL
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton silver coffee service was placedat pital.
interesting talk to the group on Eighteen members attendedthe H. J. Foster Dies
entertained at "open house" one end of the table and silver dinner. I Both are under $50 bond. ;
affairs following
public meeting.
Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 30, trays held cakes, sandwiches Other State officials of the BPW Montgomery is charged with excessive Was Of

the occasion, being the 80th nuts, and candy. the speed and causing an accident Designer
clubs taking part on programwere
Executive BoardThe and Mrs. Sherwood is
birthday anniversary of Dr. Assisting Mrs. Middleton in Mrs. Dorothy Paterson of SERVICE STATION
with Auto Patterns .
charged running a stop
Middleton. serving and caring for the guests St. Augustine, State Treasurer, Executive Board of the

Arrangements of red and were her daughters, Miss Madge Miss Marie Bowden*'of Leesburg, j Baptist WMU met Monday, Feb. sign and causing an accident. Horace John Foster 69, retired -

white carnations and gladioliwere Middleton and Mrs. E. L. Matthews first vice-president, and Mrs. 4. at the church with 12 mem- automobile designer, died

used in decorating. The refreshment and her granddaughters, Adrain Waites of Orlando, second bers present Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Officials Present last Thursday morning in a local Lawtey, Florida

table in the dining Anne and Mary Agnes Mat vice-president. president, presided over the meet- hospital following a short

room was overlaid with a hand thews. Also assisting were Mrs. ing. Finance 'Reports illness.

some white cutwork cloth and Mae Jones of Jacksonville, Mrs. WMUThe Mr. Foster, a native of Halifax -

centered with an arrangementof O. L. Beasley, Mrs. W. B. Mun- Baptist Church Ladies MeetThe (Continued from Page 1) England, moved to Bradford OPEN

red carnations in a silver dy, and Mrs. Hogan Smith. Flint Mich. in 1947.
County'from ,
and .
monthly business pro- ladies of the First Chris- 80. For 1955, $1928.14.
bowl. Balancing the arrangementwere Approximately 100 guests call- meeting of the WMU of Total $2,387.13.Total He was a member of St. Mark's
four single candle holderswith ed the hours of three tosix gram tian Church met Tuesday night 24 HOURS DAILY
during the First Baptist Church was with Mrs. Albert Newman in net income for 1956, Episcopal Church and had servedin
burning white tapers. The; o'clock. at the church witha With the already the British army in World
- -- held Tuesday charge of the program. 55.328.67. .$5,190.95. -
covered dish luncheon. Prayerwas reported.u the total net Income War 1.Surviving.

Wesleyan Guild WSCS MeetingsCircle offered by Mrs. W. B. Alex- I for 1955 was $7,119.09. are his wife, Juli- For Your Convenience

Meets TuesdayThe ander and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Baptist ,ServicesAt I Tax Collector etta Wilcock Foster and a

1, of the First Methodist presided over the business ses Tax collector J. R. Kelly made brother, Robert, Foster of Hali

Wesleyan Service Guild, Church WSCS was entertained sions. Reports were given by the Elementary the following report: fax. ,

Unit 2. met Tuesday evening Tuesday morning at 10 o'clockat chairman and a banquet for the I Receipts Individual tax sales, Funeral services were held at

with Mrs. Del Colley at her homeon the parsonage with Mrs. Donald YWA girls was anounced. I Cafetorium Set /$50.14; tax certification fees, 2 p. m. Saturday in the DeWittC. .

N. Walnut Street, with Mrs. Kokomoor and Mrs. L. A. Mra Maxie Carter Sr., pro- $9.30; Motor vehicle license fees, Jones chapel with the Rev.

Wilma Emanuel as cohostess.Mrs. Davis as hostesses. gram chairman for the Helen Baptist Sunday School and Wore $1836.50; transfer of beer license i Raymond MacBlaine officiating. WE ARE KEEPING ICE

R. S. Mullins, president Miss Amy Coburn had chargeof Master Circle, presented the ship services will be held in the fees. $1.50. Burial followed in Crosby Lake

presided over the business session the devotion and the programwas program. The devotional wae led elementary school cafetorium, W. Commission State, $801.96; I Cemetery. Pallbearers were JohnC. ALL THE
when hostesses for the next under the direction of Mrs.C. jy Mrs. Lex Green.A Washington St., Sunday, Feb. 10, County, 6435.09; School district Powell, Charley Johns, George

four months' meetings were chosen. E. Johns. Mrs. Johns reviewed play, "Like a Watered Gar- as follows: current, $1617.72; school district Cheshier, Karl Zadcek, :Mr.

The Guild will be in chargeof the chapter on Latin-Amer- len," was given. Included in the Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; building and bus reserve, $415.35; Thompson.. and. C. V. Ingleright. -

the altar flowers for Feb. 17, ican countries from the. book, ast were Mrs. Richard Lawson, Morning, Worship, 11 a. m. with School district I and S, $124.55: i

Feb. 24 and Mar. 3. Mrs. Robert "Declaring His Glory." Mrs. Garl Mathew Mrs. Frank sermon by Rev. Charles L. Kelly, Total receipts: $11,292.11. Edwards SpeaksState PHONE LAWTEY 2801

Byrd has joined the group as a Mrs. E. K. Perryman was host- Beard, Mrs. Ed Hildebran, Mrs. associate pastor of the First Expenses Salaries, $3805;

new member. Nylon stockingswere ess for Circle 2 Monday after- Jim Chasteen and Mrs. Lavern Baptist Church of Gainesville. telephone, $15.55; miscellaneous:' Sen. L. K. Edwards Jr.
collected members to 7:30 to be expense, $31.48; notary bond, $10;
by noon at 3 o'clock at her home on Outlaw. Evening Service at of Marion County was special
send to the Lowell prison for W. Madison St. announced. tax collector commission, $10; New
speaker' at the River Association -
postage and box rent, $113.83;
women. Mrs. J. H. Fields, leader, con- Junior Woman's Club, Services were held last Sunday collector's mass meeting held at the
Mrs. Louise Hillendahl resumedthe ducted the business meeting at afternoon at 3:39 o'clock with 'a Expenses tax. conven- Dedan Baptist Church Thursday I. S

study on "The Church in which time plans were made to Members of the Junior Wom message brought by Rev. Bob tion, $55.15.Total night, Feb. 7.

Southeast Asia," a continuationof serve the luncheon for the Chil an's Club will meet at the club Gray of Jacksonville; formerlyof income expenses: $7,251.01.: $4.041.01.Net .. -

the study from the January dren's Committee meeting.Mrs. house Tuesday evening, Feb. 12, Hampton Baptist Church.A -'- -- ," -,

meeting. J. F. McComb and Mrs. at 8 o'clock for: casting their annual cordial welcome is extendedto
The hostesses served refresh- all to attend these services. Mrs. Rosa Gibbs
Ethel Lowell gave the devotion. Variety Show. DENMARK'SVALENTINE
ments to the 11 members and
Mrs. W. H. Nollman, assistedby
visitors Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. If .
Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. Taken By Death;
Daisy Perryman, and Miss Lillian I
J. H. Ritch presented the pro-

Stump. gram. Native Of StarkeMrs. !

Twelve members and two visitors -
Mrs. Laura Mosley
were present. Rosa Gribbs of Jacksonville -

Fetes 84th BirthdayFriends Circle 3 met Monday afternoonat I died. in a ..hospital. there last :
3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.P. week- after- an illness or- one year.

and relatives of Mrs. M. Barefoot. Well, it seems that both Marchof Cherry, currently occupied by I She was a native of Starke, and

Laura Mosley gathered at her Miss Kate Struth gave the devotional Dimes dances were huge successes Earl and Sue Miles, who are moved to Jacksonville 20 years BEAUTIFUL LANE CEDAR CHESTS I
almost $1,100< going moving to the Seymour house at
home Sunday to help celebrateher using as her theme I with ago. She was a member of the
84th birthday anniversary.At "Bread of Life." Mrs. Titus Olson into the polio fund as a result 525 W. Madson ... Riverside Baptist Church.

assisted by Mrs. O. W. .. The lovely teen-age queens Kate Struth wishes to thankan Surviving are her husband, .
noon a basket luncheon was White Sr. had charge of the pro garnered around $650 from ad- anonymous donor for the Wade Gribbs; three sisters, Mrs. MAKE WONDERFUL II

served on tables placed under gram. miring voters, with Sylvia Paulk season concert ticket that was Ella Sweat, and :Mrs. Yirginia

the trees in the yard. Mrs. Mos- Mrs. Donald Kokomoor, wife of leading the field to capture the mailed to her She'd like ty McKinley, both of Starke, and I -: GIFTS

ley received many useful gifts the minister, was a visitor at the! crown .. The big dance in the know the sender's name so she Mrs. Mazie Sweat, Jacksonville;
and congratulations from her USO netted around $450 after could thank him or her person- and I j- :
meeting. 3 four brothers, Roy, Shep
friends on this happy occosion.DARK _; We Have A Large Stock of Chests
costs were paid Expenseswere ally ... Members of the Junior Henry Tomlinson, all of Starke, ,

minimum because practically Woman's Club will start casting I and Harold Tomlinson. Jackson- Many Finishes and Styles
everything was donated their annual Variety Show at the I ville. .

even the services of the hard- club house Tuesday night .. I Funeral arrangements wer in ,.j"C'' ; -' ,, : ; .
and waitresses"who Local talent Ira '2
"waiters please apply
I! working
of Seashole Funeral Par-
manned the snack bar and Harris, who got a head start From

W STARKE FLA.' tables .. Hats off to the three (or rather a beard start) on the I Ii lors. .95

husky "stevedores" who hauled other boys is already parting I

-w---- and installed all the tables from his goatee in the middle ... Hear I I ....... Ii\. 49
SUN., MON, TUES., the Lions Club into the USO that down in Leesburg, which is

Feb. 10, 11, 12 Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Witt of Joe Andrews, Billy Jackson, and celebrating its Centennial thi *

DOUBLE FEATURE Columbiana, Ohio announce the Jim Groover ... Incidentally. month, they're dunking the

arrival of their second son, Ran- hear that Joe worked a bit too beardless boys in a nearby lake

"HUK! dall Calvin, on Jan. 25. Mrs. Wittis late and found himself padlockedin .. A word to the wise is sufficient -::

EASTMAN COLOR the former Ovada Gassett, the building without a key! /. ..

George Montgomery and daughter of Mrs. M. L Johns Sr. ; Had to cut his way out The two Dots ..(Ross and Al- -
Mona Freeman 'of Starke. through a front window varez) have changed their ad-

PLUS Surely nice to see Lil (Stern- dress from 513 N. Water to 615 SAMSONITE LUGGAGE- INITIALS PUT ON FREE

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stepp of. berg) Cisne and her husband (just across the street) ... The

"WETBACKS"EASTMAN Gainesville announce the birthof Dick, back at a function in Morris Nasworthys are occupying -

_ S COLOR a daughter, Marian Adele.on Starke once more ... Seems the Lex Green rental on I. FROM
I Jan. 21 in Alachua General they were vacationing (from South Orange ... The A. D. Give A Piece

Lloyd Bridges and Nancy Gates Hospital. :Mrs. Stepp w.'U: be re Champagne, HI.) with Lil's folks, Morrises of Lakeland have rent- $ 0

Plus Color Cartoon For Kids membered as the former Virginia the Sternbergs, in Daytona ed the Dolly Sullivan house at Your Home Too NOW

Dempsey of Starke. Beach and all decided to come 607 Westmoreland .. he's on l

WED., THUR&, FEB. 13-14 up for the dance ... Dick, who the clerical staff of Gold House. I and! .
DOUBLE FEATURE impresarios his own dance band The W. S. Agnews have moved EVEN IF you are careful AndAddTo TO
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. New-
says that in a few more years I from N. Cherry to 331 W. South watchful of your home, there
"THE KILLING"Sterling comb Jr. of Portland Ore. an-
they plan to leave the frozen! ... Hear that Louise (Johns) where fire ,
nounce the birth of a son Gilbert to' are many LATER
Harden north and come to Florida former Callstreeter nowa
S. Newcomb, in, on Jan. Douglas, can start. $35.00
PLUS"Hunters 25. live.Hear hostess for Prudential Life in
that Martha Jax had the honor of escortingthe
CARE helps to prevent fire
of the Deep"IN in Dr. Barry's .
the new receptionist crew of the Danish ship, Den-
COLOR Bradford County Hospital an- office ... Harry Green- spentseveral mark, and the Prince or Den- but Insurance pays for the

Plus Color Cartoon nounces the following births: days in Bradford Hospital mark through the building one fire you cannot prevent! Insure SAMSON FOLDING Coral!, Gray, Beige, Swirl Mahogany\ or
Mr. and Mrs. :Manuel Stephens cuts and bruises -I
C. after receiving day last week ... home adequately to
of Starke a daughter auto-tree collision on your Checkerboard Tops
FRI., SAT., FEB. 15-16 from an Jack and Dorothy Waters and -
Deborah Sue, Jan. 30. his farm ... Wallace Thigpen is prevent financial loss. CARD TABLES
DOUBLE FEATURE children have moved to Waldo,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny A. Lee also a patient at Bradford Hospital where have home Consult And $ .95
they bought a
"Ma and Pa Kettle ... Gil Newcomb. who underwent $5.95 g
of Starke. a daughter, Linda ... Jack is principal of the Wal Your Choice Of Colors .
At Waikiki"Marjorie Darlene, Jan. 31. an appendectomy several do Junior High School ... Orchids $
:Mr. and :Mrs. :Merrill Edwards : weeks ago, returned to the Standmu
to members of the Worn.
Main and Percy Kilbride' I I of Starke, a son, Richard Vern I hospital last Friday for observa- an's Club and Garden Club for ;JLfljjL.IP. Let Us Tell You About Our Easy Budget Plan

PLUS tion. ...
Jan. 31. manning the C of C office whileMarian 4. .
Among those taking in the
"Drums Across :Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crewsof Howe was at the Fair '
State Fair are Shellie Hall Mary "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
Lawtey, a son, Joey. Ludell the past two weeks ... Add
The River" Feb. 1. Lawson and son, Jimmy, and Mournful Mumpateers: Paula, H. C. %Wall AgencyPhone
Sarah Lawson and kids Sonny
TECHNICOLOR, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Good- ... Markleyann Johns Champ, and Greg.Champion Don-
and Sally
Audio Murphy, Lisa Gaye man of Raiford a daughter, also attended the Fair over the nie, Billie Dean and Tim Thompson : 146 Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke
and Brian Ervin of the State
Lyle Bettger and Walter Brennan Karen Sue, Feb. 1. weekend ... Miss Hannah Swin- t
Farm ... 200 E. Can Street
Mr. and Mrs. James Kenneth and .
Plus Serial Chap. No. 5 dell and Mrs. J. W. Hagan -
Color Cartoon for Kids Holder of Raiford, a son, Feb. 6 son, John are moving from the AU for new ... See you in the Starke Fla. 434 W. CALL ST. : PHONE 151

Mr. and !irs. Lemmie Griff i Andreu home on Bedford Lake next ... I .J i. :. .
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,.... r J Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- [I Carlton and Carla Faulk of I I YOUTH FOB CHRIST Hospital in Starke Florida up to 7 I Florida. In accordance with the j I be
I o'clock P.M., accepted [bidding may secured by; general
rum and Miss Frances Landrum Jacksonville are spending this March 6, Wednesday. bid and give a contract contractors from the office of the
A IS57. at which time and surety bond
and Miss Charlene Dennis attended week with the grandparents, meeting of the Bradford place all bids received will be publicly owner in satisfactory to said architects.
High ,School Youth I an amount equal to one Subcontractors and material suppliers -
t for Christ and
opened read
the Tampa Fair last Sat- Mr. and Mrs. JIaxie! Carter, Sr. aloud for hundred per cent of the contract may purchase drawings and
will be held furnishing materials and labor price.
urday and spent the weekend Dr. and Mrs., W. E. Middle- Thursday, Feb. 14, and constructing the following No bidder specifications from the architectsat
at the High SchooL A may withdraw his bid the. rate of 75c per sheet for
religiousfilm 19
with Mr. and Mrs. J":: Landrum ton, and Mrs. Fannie: Wood and ALTERATIONS TO BRADFORD for a period of thirty days after drawings and |2.50 per set for specifications -
will be shown and refresh- COUNTY HOSPITALSTARKE. the date set for the opening there- plus handling charges.Bidders' .
in Brooksville.Mr. Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville FLORIDA .
ments served. is invited. of.All qualifications must be
and Mrs. Merritt Williams spent the weekend at Cedar Keys. Everyone Any.time bid received after Gibe specified work shall be done in accordance satisfactory to The Pradford Coun-
were visiting his mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair considered.and date will not be with plans, specifications and ty Hospital Corporation of Starke
i II. the c.8.--8dg.'. Court, Bradford contract documents relative thereto Florida. The Bradford County
M. H. Williams in Eustis over were down' state on business Conntr, State of Florida. Each bid must be accompanied as prepared by Coin and Moore, Hospital Corporation reserves the
a certified I
Estate of < check, cashier'scheck Architects, Gainesville. Florida. right to waive informant in mv
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p- the weekend. from Sunday to Wednesday..Mrs. I or bid bond in the
Mark amountof Plans specifications
B. Herlong Deceased.The and contract bid and to accept any bid which
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Oakes and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent the .: Shellie Hall is spendingtwo State .f Florida. To All Permoaslaternted five per cent of the base bid as documents may be examined at they consider to be in the best
Harold A. Johnson guarantee that the bidder, if the
IB the Estate of Mid office of the Bradford County public interest and to reject any
of Gainesville visited Mrs.V. daughter, Bobbie Jean, were in weekend in Lakeland with her weeks attending the Fair I Deeedeats in awarded the contract will, with Hospital Corporation, Starke, Flor- and all bids.Bradford.
\ N. Johnson Saturday afternoon Nashville Tenn. over the weekend sister, Mrs. Charles Larsen, and Tampa and visiting relatives and Your are hereby notified that a after ten written consecutive notice being calendar given days of Moore ida, or at the office of Coin and County Hospital
written instrument purporting to be Architects, Gainesville, Flor- CorporationBy
friends there and also in St.
Mr. Larsen. such
where they attended the 50th wedding the Last Will and Testament of award enter into a written ida.One : Mrs. Louise H. Kite,
anniversary of Mr. Oakes'parents Bullington's 11th AnniversarySale. Petersburg.Mr. said decedent has been admitted contract with The Bradford County set of such plans and con- Secretary.
The Rev.and Mrs. J. Goveerof to probate in said Court. Hospital Corporation of Starke, tract documents and forms for 2/8 4t 3/1
and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and
Blue Springs, Ky. were guestsof Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Oakes Ladies and Men's WatchesGrea.tly You are hereby commanded withIn -
Reduced. Ideal family of Jacksonville were six calendar months from the
Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand -
W. N. Johnson several
date of the first
visiting Mrs. L. S. Hutto and publication of
days last week. daughter, Jeannette, of Or- Gifts.Mrs. this notice to appear in said Court,

Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and lando and Chuck Meister of the I Minnie Rabb of Jackson- family Mrs. on J. Sunday.E. (Bill) Wall, Jr. and why show the action cause,of It said any Court you can in, We Wish To Announce To Our Friends And Customers
family spent Sunday at Salt U. of F. were Sunday dinner ville was a weekend guest of at admitting said Win to probate -
underwent Tuesday
surgery should
Springs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rabb Jr. Theron not stand unrevoked.
St. Vincent's Hospital and is getting A. Yawn County Judge
Matthews and Mc- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Boyland (OFFICIAL SEAL
family. The ) Of Starke And
Mrs. to That We Have
E. M. Zimmerman and along nicely. She expects Pradford County, Florida. Vicinity
Lendons were accompanied home and Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the ,
daughter Katharine, of Gainesville be home :Monday. Her mother, First Publication on February, 8,
by Mrs. E. S. Matthews who had weekend in Central Florida where 1957..
spent the past ten days' Mrs. L. G. Hoffman of Boca
spent the weekend with the E. the Boylands visited her parentsin %/8 41 3/1 Acquired
with Rev. and Mrs. Donald Koko- Grande, is visiting the Walls. "" -
L. Matthews family. Fort :Meade and Mrs. Sauls
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt and IB the Court of the County Judge','
Bullington's 11th AnniversarySale. visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mrs. V. W. Strick- Bradford County, Florida
their daughter,
Necklaces, Earrings, BraeI.lets .1 Wimberly in Bartow. l land Jr., and Mrs. Strickland's rn re IB: Probate.Estate of
Broaches, Boxed B. H. Haynie of LaPorte, Ind. and Donald, will Mark B. Herlong Deceased. THE
Selling 1-2 Regular Price. 1 is visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs. leave Saturday for DesMoines, I To Hating All Creditors Claim or and Demand Pemoa

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb I Edward Burns, from Tuesday to Iowa. The Houpts will return I 1 Attain Said Estates'
I I of Orlando Mr. Youand each of you are hereby
were visiting Sunday.Mrs. while
to Starke in two weeks, notified and required to present
and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb from Laura Colley returned Mrs. Strickland and sons will remain any claims and demands which you,
Sunday to Tuesday. Mrs. H. P. home Monday after spending' six or either of you, may have against
in DesMoines, 'where Mr. the
estate of :Mark B. Herlong. deceased -
THEATRESAT. Moye, also of Orlando, arrived weeks with her son-in-law and Strickland is in pre-medical schoolat late of said County, to the Pure Oil StationAcross

Tuesday for an extended visit daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Drake University.Miss County Florida Judge at his of office Bradford in the County.court

with her son-in-law and daughter Gillispie, in Fort Meade. Sarah Malpas of Pensa- house of said County at Starke,

Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- Mrs. Edward Burns spent Fri- cola spent the weekend with'Misa months Florida, from within the time eight of the calendar first

.. FEB. 9 ONLY comb. day to Tuesday in Tampa as the Madge Middleton. publication of this notice. Each
( Street From Our Old Location
DOUBLE FEATURE Paul Knight, who has spent guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Pedersen I Mrs. Eustis McKnight is at- claim and shall or demand state shall the place be in writing of resi-, )

the past month vacationing in L and attended the Gasparil- tending the Supervisor of Nurses dence and post office address of

ItI9IEn P/1SSPr> St Fort Lauderdale made an over la parade.Mr. conference in Jacksonville Thurs- to the by claimant the claimant, and shall his agent be sworn, his Comer Walnut and Madison StreetsIn

IN night visit with his mother, Mrs. and Mrs. T., I. Mersereauwere day and Friday. attorney and any such claim or I
D. E. Knight Thursday of last in Lake City over the Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Starlingof demand H.not H.so Adams filed, shall be void.

week and returned to Fort Laud- weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. Doctor's Lake and Mr. and As executor of the Last

0UUTOYEIf1RE erdale the following day.IGASTOONSI. J. Corey.Mr. Mrs. Leon Starling and childrenof Will and Testament of
Mark B. Herlong; Deceased This New Larger: Station With More Modem Equipment
tI and Mrs. Nat Sternbergof Jacksonville were guests Thursday First Publication on February 8, ,
Daytona Beach and their son- evening of last week of Mr. 1957. '
in-law and daughter. Mr. and and :Mrs. :Maxie Carter Sr. tea 4t 3/1 ,We Will Be Able To Give You Better1 and Quicker Service -

Mrs. Dick Cisne of Champagne, Mrs. F. W. Graudon entertainedat CALL FOR BIDS

I -By- HI., and Col. and Mrs. H. C.I, a surprise spaghetti dinner The Sealed Bradford bids County will be Hospital received Cor-by Always Plenty of Parking Space

Wall of St. Augustine were week-I I and two tables of bride honoring poration of Starke Florida, at the
GIB BROWN end guests of Mr. and Mrs. lira Lowell Mathews on Wednes- office of The Corporation at the
I Junius Smith. I|day evening. t

Mr. and Mr-j. Frank Kazie Mrs. Harry Sellers of Brevard, WANTEDHorses
and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs N. C. is spending this week with We Will Carry A

I Howie Green and children of her mother, Mrs. L. F. Smith, to break and train.

Atlantic Beach were Sunday Sr. at the Smith cabin on SantaFe Satisfaction guaranteed.
Is -. I II visitors of Mr. aid Mrs. M. C. River. Also with them is Mrs. Owner to be judge. Spe COMPLETE LINE OF PURE OIL! PRODUCTSBatteries

W lls. W. C. Finney of St. Petersburg. cialize in training roping

M Mrs. H. L. Brov'iileevill: re- Laurie Tomlinson of Jacksonville and barrel horses. Also
turn !iOine to<:ay after two spent last Friday afternoon Tires And Accessories
Double registered Palomino .
wtlurllsliofhw a months visit with her daughters with Mr. and Mrs. W. H Noll-
Quarter Horse at stud. Sire
LO UNN.elMlotusiutsn and families, Dr. and Mrs n&n.
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tIwJ...........,......., I "No YOU check the tires, M. C. Sith; at Falls Church, Va. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Roberts of Plaudit Norfleed 16545

.t kiwfrIOtMOwN Gib I'll wash the windshield and Miss Mary Brownlee ;n Baltimore Daytona Beach is spending the by Plaudit. Dan Paris Dot
... We Invite You To Come In And
A C.MW WM Well check your tires, wash Md. latter part of this week with Mr. by Stampers Paris 9948 by Today Pay Us

your windshield, and prove that Santa Fe Lake front lots and Mrs. Carl Roberts: Oklahoma Star. Fee $25.00
:Miss Agnes Lawson of FSU and
while they last Terms. Guy
-AND- your business is appreciated. Andrews, phone S83. Bill Morar of Panama City are KEN WILLIAMS or A Visit

Don andson pending this week with Mr. andMrs. HAROLD McCULLARS<
Mr. and Mrs. Page I
GIB BROWNSERVICE the weekend: H. A. Lawson.
Donnie, spent
Circle M Ranch.
I and Mrs. William Graudonof
with M-Sgt. ind :Mrs. R. W.i I Mr.
STATION Reese and family at Maxville Utica, N. Y. are spending three Route 2, Box 151 HARRY and HILDA HOUSTONTHERE'S

1 Standard Oil Products Field, Montgomery, Ala. I months with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Phone Franklin 28460

Phone 327 Santa Fe Lake front lots. Graudon.Mrs. Gainesville Florida
H. C. Broadway and Mrs. 2tp ,
407 N. Temple Ave. while they last Guy --
Andrews, phone 383. Floyd Crosby were in Orlando, - '
the first of the week visit-
_ 1,ing their brother, A. L. Bennett, -

iIIu I New Electric who was confined in the Orange -

ServiceCharges Memorial Hospital.

MisfAs Patty Lawson, Pauline A

a+' tp xS" FOR Gay and Joan Furlong visited Sgt. .
'and Mrs. T. B. Harding, Jr. in

'' >. STARKE AND VICINITYRATES I Valdosta, Ga. on Saturday.
LJ.y Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters

I visited :Mrs. O. W. Barry in

FRACTION Miss Bessie Sapp and Mrs.

THE UNDERWORLD Enoch Kelly of Raiford were last VALENTf : !:
CALLS THE TURN Friday guests of Mrs* Effie Johns.
ASHEADS Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jones and

fzp'ii DAY family were boating below Silver
$4.00 NIGHT $6.00 Springs on Sunday.

Mrs. D. J. Clark returned to

+ Lawtey, Kingsley Lake & Hampton her home in Tampa last Thursday
FOREXCITEMENT after spending two weeks with her

,.; ON DAY $6.00 NIGHT $10.00 Mrs.sisters L., Mrs.D. Green.Bullington's Henrietta. Hunt and GIFT FOR EVERYONE AT KOCH'S

11th AnniversarySale

Brooker & Keystone Heights Necklaces, Earrings, Brae- I III,

lets, Broaches, Boxed Sets ii

I DAY $10.00 NIGHT $15.00 Selling 1-2 Regular Price.
Mrs. C. Williams is visitingher CARDS

niece, Mrs. Blanche Englander, Boxed

4Mpau9Ktaaf MASTERS ELECTRIC SERVICE in Fort Lauderdale for three 1r
PntatM.>UMMI KtUMJ tawUM* For
Landresr. of Fernandina
Myra CandiesBy
"African Jungle Hunt" SERVICE Beach was the weekend guest of i

Cartoon. No. 1 ol Judy Dankel.Mr. .
WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE and Mrs. J. P. Dill were in 1 E'vryoneThey I
"Manhunt Mystery: Island" Waycross over the weekend visit- m l3i

(Serial) RED SEAL ELECTRIC ing Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix. Whitman

Miss Sara Barefoot and Miss I

SUN.. MON., TUES., I Gaie Dean of Jacksonville spent She Will AppreciateAnd t'b and '

FEB. 10-11-12 the weekend with :Mr. and Mrs HoIIingsworthLarge Tell

t Charles Dinkins.Mr. Enjoy
e..atr wt : and Mrs. Proctor Snow Selection Of r The

9 PIECE spent the weekend with Mr. and Complete Line In All The Leading Story

;; Mrs. L. D. Vining while enroute Brands Of Cosmetics and Perfumes HEART BOXES ;I

from :Miami to their home in And All At Jacksonville Prices Like \:

fit. Dublin:Mr. ,and Ga.lira Robert Barksdale In All Price Ranges from 99c to $7.50 Nothing
*.: and family and Mr. and :Mrs. J. e I

W. Home and son, Billy, of Hamp- Else
CHtoDQMHESlDN! ton spent the weekend with Mr.
/ANNE BAXTER GROUP and Mrs. Dick' Williams in Tampaand -
EAST CALL STREET visited the Fair.


WON tended the wedding Saturday eve-
1IOiIWr With ning of Miss Dorothy Harrison to I Compacts Ronson Rollectric THE ONES YOU NEED

John Smith Rowe at the Riverside
:f'X f:1l
'4' :'"" Park Methodist Church in Jack- from Sc to $11.00
I _...... Bill Schick Sunbeam
Folds -
..,., &
:...........v: : sonville.
..<, ... And
< George Baisden of Jacksonvillewas
PLUS '')' Pen and Pencil Sets 14 Days Trial
,:" visiting his aunt, Mrs. Effie
'Honey :Mousers" Cartoon <& :.: Swivel Rocker Johns on Sunday. $7.50 Trade for Your Old FULL LINE OF

Mrs. T. D. Smith and childrenof Shaeffer. & Parker

WED. THURS., FRI.. PLUS Texarkana, Texas were over- Electric Razor STATIONARYWe

FEB. 13-14-15 night guesta Saturday of Mrs. I

2 End Tables Bertha Pearce while enroute to

JUNGLE 'I.. join Mr. Smith in France. !. have 3 Registered Pharmacists on duty in order to serve best:We
REMNI6'== 1 Coffee Table Miss Sandra Jones of Brenau you can give you quick service, and

..... iNilnLS,t College, Gainesville, Ga. was home eliminate any guess work as your Prescriptions are checked and double checked with our Pharmacists. Bring

'Mu 2 Table Lamps for the weekend with her parents, you Prescriptions to us Pay Less and get the Best. With our large volume of Prescription-filling we buy si

JUKEUIMnancoucncB 2 Sofa Pillows Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. most of our Drugs direct from the factory. This way you are assured of New Fresh Drugs for Less Money
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Hudson and I

LOYEtI family of Brewton, Ala. were
Reg Price $189.95 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phone 53

Tyler Jones.
tmiaiMKhaSNw. Now

I'" "
Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. & ," I I'" ,
I will meet Monday night, I
169 Feb. 11, at 7:30 o'clock in the ,-
Masonic West
PLUS"Parlezvous Temple on CaD I' 111111
St. A report on the :MasonicHome' COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS, SUNDRIES & COSMETICS !i
Woo" Cartoon "#1111 I III III I "
at St. Petersburg will be ,.
given by Carl Hurst and Aaron I.




I'! .
.Garden (Club Tour \Mrs. Tim Rogers.
l that are on America's most popular Auntie Mame by Patrick Dennis, The library will be open on
:Mrs. W.
i E. Bigham Jr., presi- Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Polk
readings lists. Among these I The Last Hurrah by Edwin Wednesday afternoons until
BROOKERBy dent of the Brooker Garden Club, and family of Trenton were Sun- I
wishes to remind members of the day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. are Don't Go Near the Water by I O'Conner, Rachel Cade by Charles further notice, :Mrs. Cora

Club that plans have been made Edd S. Polk. :4.k William Brinkley.. The Fountain:I Mercer\ and The Wreck of the Quattlebaum, chairman of the
Mrs. E. B. Castlen for the Tour of The Florida Land- Mr. and Mrs.\ : Clyde Robinson Overflow* by Rebecca West,I Mary Deare by :Ifammond Innes. Library Board, announced.

....................... scape Nursery in Leesburg on of Clermont were visiting Mr.I r -- -- .
Feb. 15. Members will meet :at and Mrs. Richard Raulerson
PTA Meets the Civic Center and plan to family, and Mrs. Rufus
The Brooker PTA met at the Green I .
leave at 9 a.m. There will not I last weekend.Mr. : !
: Mid-Winter Food Carnival
Brooker School Thursday night, be a regular club meeting this and Mrs. John Shaw [
Jan. 31. Prior to the business month, but the executive meet- LaCrosse were visiting Mr. oJ'' -. --

meeting a covered dish supper ing will be as usual. Mra A. I. Mann and family Sun- .
Sgt. O. C. Hayes, who has ( :
was enjoyed. Hostesses were Mrs.
Aubrey Hazen, :Mrs. Guy Harrell, Just returned from Korea, and l Iday'Annette Green has moved to. i
Mrs. H. C. Douglas, Mrs. Doris ::Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mrs. Stella Gainesville where she is em- i
Kelley, and Mrs Eva Harrell. Wilson of Gainesville, were the ployed. ?

W. E. Bigham, Jr. presided over I Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Green of Wildwood

the business meeting. Guest speaker I Guy Harrell and family. spent the weekend here with his P > : .
for the evening was School Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 'x
Superintendent H. P. Morgan of .attended the State Sunday School Green.

Starke who chose for his subject, Conference at Heilbronn Baptist Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Beard of -
'.The Financial Situation of the Church Thursday night. Heilbronn visited friends here w E
Schools' in Bradford County." Mr. and :Mrs. Alan Land of: I Friday night. '-.I-r: -J
Skating PaTty Pensacola spent the weekend' Airman Jack Suggs of Brooklyn : :
Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Mrs: here with Mr .and :Mrs. Lloyd ] N. Y. is pending a 20 day

Joyce Castlen were chaperonesfor Barry.- leave here with his parents, :Mr. LV88
a skating party of the Junior I Mra :Martile Redd of LaCrossewas .and Mrs. W. S. Suggs. C

and Intermediate Girls last Fri- visiting her, aunt, :Mrs. Jack Jimmie and Jerry Suggs
day night at the Playhouse in Beulah Harrell, Sunday. spent the weekend with their ----.- -
Gainesville. About 23 young I Mrs. Sidney Roberts of La-\sister, Mrs. Jaunita Tandile, In MOLLY AND DOLLY, twin both of the calves were heifers.' QUANTITY RIGHTS, RESERVED PRICES GOOD .THRU SAT., FEB. 9th

people enjoyed this outing. Crosse was a Sunday guest ofF Tampa and visited the State_Fair calves, pose with their mistress, "The vet tells me that If one -
while there. i Mrs. T. A. Graves, on the Graves had been a bull and one a heifer, \

Mrs. George Raborn is spending Dairy, located between Sampsonand that the heifer probably would .

CARLOAD a few days with her mother, Hampton lakes. not breed, and so would have FRESH ROASlimOne With $5.0Morod Order)
in Sparr. Both are heifers, and were born been good only to raise for meat.
PURCHASE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Guest of Dec. 27 out of a purebred Jerseycow. "But he says when both are \ MAXWELL

Nashville, Ga. were guests of Mr. The sire was a registered i heifers that they usually are nor-
I OF G-f AUTOMATIC and Mrs. Lloyd Wood. They en-. Guernsey bull, "Dinsmore Tom." mal in every way."

WASHERS BRINGS YOU Joyed a fishing trip at Santa Fe The mother of the calves is Incidentally, last year the HOUSE.COFFEE Lb Bag 7ge

Lake. quite happy that her offfspringare Graves had another set of twin
11 The W. E. Bighams raised out of a paiL
enjoyed being
111 calves, but they lost one of them. TIDE CLEANS CLOTHESLarge ,
LOW a picnic at Watermelon Pond "It's bad enough to have one of
Graves has about 74 head,
Sunday. those husky rascals bumping you

_ : : Charles Fisher of Dade City for milk," she said, "but just of which 51 are in production.His TIDE 2pkgs55c ,
spent the weekend with :Mr. and imagine two of them!" dairy has been in operationhere

GENERALELECTRIC Mrs. R. A. Nettles and family. Tom Graves was elated that since 1951.SERVICE. ,I
Mrs. Frank Genovar of Gaines- .; \

x NEW 1957' DELUXE AUTOMATICWASHER ville is spending a few days this!1 Auto Tag Sales ALL PURPOSE DETERGENT
week with Mr.
1 and Mrs. Bill

f. Genovar and family. Hit Faster PaceThan MEN

>.Jc,r-<'-'.::".'". 'x".-" ,,>. 1...<' Donald Thomas of Lakeland White Arrow 2 Pk9s49c
: spent the weekend with his father
:<' ;: 'F ,:,'' onl { Troy Thomas. Year Ago I
"Xtffl'eD' ,, .. r :Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Taylor of
.s ',*'...,...?:.. ;/--t:: ::.>...: ,
: 4 LaCrosse. were visiting Mr. and All types of auto tags except FINE QUALITY
..,,....*" :," Mrs. Clarence Thomas Saturday. plain tags are selling faster in M. Sgt. Joseph H. Jackson of
327 S.Water St., is serving at the 3 \
Ch.U. .f 1 t. 1 S .nuts] wash Linda Sue Thomas spent the Bradford County than the tags Marine Corps Air Station in SHORTENING
p.rled..uto.atlcally yap Intotpln weekend with Kay Emerson at did last year, Tax Collector J.
rini and final) HUM erleds. Miami. He has been assigned to
p Eland. They attended the State R. Kelly said Wednesday.By .
duty as Station Supply Chief with \
; \ I ,,: Fair in Tampa Saturday. Wednesday, Jan. 30. 795 Hq. & Hq. Squadron. \ 4"
Mr. and Mrs ASTOR
Jack Simmons of plain tags had been sold, Kelly AN
1 80 Gainesville and Mrs.: Phelia said. Last year the 795 mark Robert A. Wiggins, personnelman c
Moore and
son were visiting Mr.
was reached on Jan. 27. 3-c, USN, son of_Mr. and
\ and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
The "w" tags for heavier cars Mrs. O. A. Wiggins of Starke,,,is ----'-
178 Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and -
family Sunday.Methodist. are 30 ahead of last year's sales. serving with the Flag Allowanceof
This week 237 of these tags had Commander Training Command -

--, been sold. Last year on Jan. 30. I U. S. Pacific Fleet, at the
MODEL WA.350P Church the sales of these tags had I Fleet Sonar School in San Diego: ,
'\ .48.lTlI reached only 207. The 237 mark I SUPERBRAND..,RICH FLAVORED
TRADE"m Sunday-Sunday school, 9:45 Calif.Wiggins
; was not reached until Feb. 2. entered Naval servicein

CHECK THESE FINE. r:. .7URES: f IM morning worship, 11 a. m. Youth In the "gh" classification, 25 November 1953 and receivedhis B
'OII program begin at 5:45: p. m.
Kg S Ib. topadty with recreation time continuingwith tags have been sold, this year. recruit training at San Diego.In .
Last year this number was not May of 1954 he was assignedto
Easy top loading "Dine-A-Mite, a snack and
HOME OF reached until Feb. 2. duty at the Naval Air Station.
washbasket and tub then their worship and
Porcelain program '
c For the heavier pickups, 223"gk" Alameda, Calif. where he served
business meetings. All
C-E; Activator Washing young
until his assignment on board the
tags were sold by Jan. 30
people are invited. Evening wor-
Action ** service, 7:30 with this year. Last year this num- destroyer USS Rupertus in July
.: S-rear G-E; Protection Plan TRADES gram honoring Boy p.m.Scout Troop pro- ber was not reached until Feb. 1955. He is a graduate of BHS. Pk & Beans 229C .,

fllTFRRO''AN// HAMCHISIO DIA1I* 70. 2. Fifty-three "cd," heavy truck,
iff GENERAI EIECTRIC tags have been sold so far this I James R. Weldon, gunner's.mate .
f WASHEteIHm Wednesday meetingand
COMPUT[ UNI Of G prayer
3-c, UNS, son of Mrs. Gladys
This number not
OR MAJCH COLORS APPLIANCES Bible study, 7:30. year. was M i m n i* iMOHfc*) reached until Feb. 3 last year. Weldon of Starke, is serving a-
board the Atlantic Fleet escort destroyer
St. Edward's Church! Feb.Kelly 20 reminded is the deadline motorists for pur-that USs Conway. Before entering U. S. CHOICE

G. 1 l HOT APPLIANCESGENERAL Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. chasing tags. He will keep his the service in August 1955

Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m.and I office open all day on Saturday, he employed graduated by from the Starke BHS and Hard-was LEG 0' uLAMB"
8:30 .
: a. m.Children's Feb. 16 to accommodate tag ware Co.John e
Catechism Class each buyers.
Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. I x
Keystone Heights J. Maze, son of Mrs. AvieL.
(At St. William's Chapel) Nursing Maze df Starke, was recently

STARKE, FLA. (Follow Hiway 21 south to St. promoted to sergeant in Germany, y 'I;
William's Sign.) ReceivedApplications where he is a member of the 11th 4k J d 1 .
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Airborne Division. He is a squad I
We Service Everything We Sell I
leader in M of the divi-
Holy day maSses 7:30 a. m. arg now being received SQUARE CUT SHOULDER EAT-RITE U. S. CHOICE
Confessions before all Masses. I sion's 511th Inf. Regt. He entered '
for the new 12 months
course in practical nursing to be the Army in 1952 and was stationed LAMB ROAST LB39c LAMB BREAST .23.. I
'"., at Fort Campbell Ky. before
given in Gainesvile starting Tues-
going to Europe in Feb. 1956.

day The, Feb.program 19. is designed to give RIB CHOPS LB 79c LOIN CHOPS LB 8geI.I.

. Fgoi arArnu.c Rew..tea i: THURSDAY women between the ages of 18 and Credit Union
'45 an opportunity to learn an EAT-RITE CONTROLLED QUALITY FRESH
occupation in which placement is Holds MeetingMore i
abundant, and to provide hospi-

FEBRUARY tals, nursing homes, health cent- than 150 members and GROUND BEEF 3 LbPkg $100J
ers, and the community. general] guests participated in the 6th
with a source of trained practical J
annual meeting of the Trail
FOR ONE 14TH nursing personnel on a coopera- Ridge Credit Union, held in the MORREL PRIDECANNED
r tive and continuing basis. The one
usa building last Saturday .
Coming I year program qualifies its gradu- night. i
DAY ONLY ates to take the State Board ex- During the business session. HAMS $399
amination for license as a practical -
nurse. reports for the year 1956 were
presented by the officer and
Gigantic Foot Comfort* Service Mobile Unit; The Alachua County school is committee chairmen. The membership -
operated on a day-time basis,
approved the dividendand
Monday through Friday. Duringthe .
amendments to the by-laws]
. will be at first 16 weeks, classes meet ,
A\ our store featuringDr.Scholl's proposed by the board'of directors. -
from 8:30: to 3 in the
', a.m. p.m.
nursing laboratory on the Buch-
Shoes holz Junior High School campusin Elected to the board were H.
Gainesville.The remaining eight A.. Nelson, H. Q. Hall Sr., O. E.

months of training Is given at the Pearson, W. C. Coran, and A. A.
Alachua General Hospital under K. Taylor.

StyU Black 2124 Kid FOR MEN WOMEN CHILDRENFeet the joint direction of the school G. R. LeBlanc was elected to .. .
StyU 2424Iroulid Instructor and the hospital staff. fill the vacancy on, the Credit kv4/////*
Applicants for the school must Committee, while Supervisory %
Hurt? Hard-to-Fit? be between the ages of 18 and 45, Committee members elected were lBS.
must have completed the 10th Neil Avery Jr., J. L. Chitty, and
grade or pass the equivalency test L. C. :McVay Jr. 5 29c
Now from the world's
: : : largest organization devoted
must be physically fit and U. S. Holdover directors are J. C. ONLY
1 exclusively to foot care : : Dr. Scholl Shoes are here; citizens. Fogg and C. E. Devlin. Credit I

Dr. Scholl's Shoes. the ultimate in comfortable foot Interested persons should file Committee members whose terms I I FANCY FRESH RIPETomatoes _

wear ; ; are the result of 50 years' experience gained in applications at once at the Officeof have not expired are Tony Gon-

the development and perfection of the highest quality Vocational Education, 723 W. zalez and B. E. McLeod.
Homer W. Carter, field
University Ave., Gainesville. For repre- 2 29cflORIDA
products. Dr. Scholl's Shoes are made in the nation'slargest further Information write to sentative for the Florida Credit I Lbs

SlybMOQATan.;altsyop range of sizes; widths and lasts : : : of finest Eugent Pullen, director of voca- Union League, spoke briefly following -i

softest leathers : : in many smart styles. We will havein tional education. the business meeting.A I.
Hock Coif our store over 1600 pairs of Dr. Scholl's Shoes in delightful buffet supper was

more than 65 styles and 650 combination fittings : : : St. Mark's Episcopal served baked, featuring ham. sliced turkeyand '. CORN 10 ws 59c CELERY 2 STALKS 25c

shoes to fit every type pf foot. Rev. Raymond f-. AfacBlaID E. V. Whittle and H. K. Davis .

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal were announced as winners of

Dr. Scholl's Personal Representatives COME I N | Everything: for foot relief will be Church will be as follows: the attractive door prizes. ACE HIGH FROZENORANGE
Sunday: 9:45 Church
a.m. -
from Chicago will be here available to this denim
t you during icastration.
to conduct this one day only foot f FOR This >la op-J School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. Library NotesNew
relief demonstration...using Dr.EchoU'i F R E. E pity to get quick your,economical'big p.m.Y.Morning Prayer. P. S. L.and Sermon; 6:30 JUICE 7 Cans 99C
books at the Bradford
Pedo-Graph and other
relief from
all common forma of, Wednesday: 7sw Litanyand
p.m. -
dentine Foot Measure Devices FOOT TEST foot County Library include:
Meditation 8 Choir
troublY Practice. ; p.m. A Call for Doctor Barton by SLICED FREESTONE

Phone NOW for an. Appointment*! Holy Communion:- 1st Sunday, Elizabeth Seifert The Loving
Couple ty Virginia Rowans,
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m.
awaits everyone. Leslie Saint Around Charteris the, Captain World Rebel by AGEN PEACHES 5 Cans 99cWEGIVES&llGREENSTAMPS

by Frank Yery, Case of the Gild-
GuestwardHo! by Barbarar Hoot-
Sunday School 10 a. m.-Preaching on, Jericho's Daughters by Paul
110 ,W. CALL ST.
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. L Wellman The Warrior by

m. Preaching 7:3< p. m. Prayer Frank G. Slaughter.The ... '
Meeting Wednesday 7:30
p. m. library has many books .




BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, J'LlVlIftA PAGE S&'ENyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.y..yy..yyyyyyyyy

week to the Avory Slade homein REVIVALA !and for an order of distribution Ton are hereby notified that a Ing, Jacksonville 2. Fonda nee each week for four consecutive
yyyy..yyyy and for final discharge as executorof suit for divorce and custody of and file the original in the officeof weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY
Hampton. They have been liv- the will of Louise Bohn. a/k/a minor child [ the Clerk of the Circuit Court on tELEGRAPH.Dated .
Home Demonstration ing recently in Starke. revival will ,be held at the Louise Bohn Kingdeceased.. has been filed against you In the or before the this 30th day of January,
;t Pentecostal Holiness Church start- W. H. Maxwell Executor above named Court and cause and 4th day March, 1357; 1957.
Willie Gitman and Sonny Git- V2S it 2/15 you are required to serve a copy of otherwise the Allegation of sail (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Notesby ing at 7:30 p. m. Feb. 11. The your answer or pleading to the I Complaint will be taken ai confessed Clerk ef the Circuit Court.
man, brother* and nephew of Mrs. evangelist-wul be the Rev. Ralph Vmplalnt on the Plaintiff Attorney by yon. By Marian L. Crosby.Deputy Clerk
K. B. Watterson, arrived last Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith EMlld- This notice stall be published 2/1 4t 2/22
of Green Cove Springs.
week from Richmond, Va. At XOTICE OF INTENTION TO
i DOROTHY ROSS Everyone is invited to attend. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
present they are staying near Notice Is hereby given that the
Home Demonstration Agent Starke. undersigned under the provisions of ,
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyySTATE Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida.
Miss Connie Sweeney of Acts of 1941. will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Sew a Fine Seam Day. Gainesville wad a weekend guestof FARMBy I for Bradford County, State of Florida
To make fit to- Hoe and Rake Group I Miss Barbara Matchett in upon receipt of proof of pub-
your garment
lication of this notice the fictitiousname
Members of the hoe and rake Hampton.Mr. .
gether as intended make the of Pel-Air Service Station .
Janet Turner
brigade.should begin flexing their and Mrs. J. W. Home, under which we are engaged In
seams five-eights of inch Phone 155JA business at Lawtey, Fla.
an deep muscles in preparation for the
Billy Home, Mrs. Betty May and
which D. B. Thomas, Lawtey; Fla.. andC.
is the seam allowance on spring garden season. There are daughter, and the Robert Bark- A a AAAA A W. Thomas. Lawtey, Fla., owners.
patterns. smaller ; Dated this 25th day of JanuaryA.D.
Making seams vegetables that should soon
will ,add inches to the garmentThese some dale family of Starke spent Mrs. W. H. Edwards Jr. ands ., 1957, at Lawtey, Bradford raa, 1 et
be set out. last weekend in Tampa with Mr. I 1/25 4t 2/15 m
seams should be' straight on are in Orange Park this 'County, Fla.
In North Florida, February is and Mrs. R. -C. Willtama and -
and anyone can do it with a week visiting' her in-laws, Mr.
time to plant broccoli, cabbage, son. A-3c Billy Home expectedto
and Mrs. W. H. Edwards. k
seam guide on the machine.To NOTICE TO APPEAR
carrots, cauliflower, celery, col- leave from there for Frost- t
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand IB Circuit Court Bradford Outy, iie
make one for your machine, lards, cucumbers, eggplant, proof where he is to be stationed four in FUrUat 1st Cfcaaeerr. I n. ., _
sons spent days Junia A. Jordan. Palntiff, vs. Rosa
measure five-eights of inch with the Air Force.
an lettuce, peas, peppers, potatoes, Tampa visiting her brotherinlaw Mai Jordan Defendant.
from the needle hole of the right radishes, spinach and tomatoes.In Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simmons, and sister, Mr. and :Mrs. C. I Case No. 10-2017 w 4 \ F
Netlee To Appears a +
and stick a piece of Scotch tapeor planning-the garden, consider Mrs. T. F. Brown, Mrs. Frank R. McDonell, and also attending To: Rosa Mal Jordan, whose resi- ? J _

adhesive tape to the bed of the the size of the family and the Brown, and Mrs. K. B. Watterson the Fair and dence and address is: 209 Father-
land Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
machine parallel to this point. amount of vegetables you will were Gainesville visitors on Mrs M. C. Roberts and son Ton are hereby notified that a

As you sew, run the edge of the want to can, freeze or store, as Thursday.Mrs. spent Tuesday and Wednesday suit for divorce and ratificationof

fabric along this guide. Your well as the quantity to be used Dorothy Nicholson and in Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs.J. been agreementhas filed against yon in the
stitching will be straight and exactly above named Court and cause and
fresh. Allow one-tenth acre for
Mr. Nicholson Sr. of Santa Fe, R. Hardy and Mr. and :Mrs. you are required to serve a copy of
five-eights of an inch deep each member of the family. and Dorothy Engelke of Mel- G. W. Hunter. I; your answer or pleading to the com-
Girls Bake Rolls plaint the Plaintiff AttorneyA.
Brooker Senior Club rose were Sunday visitors at the Friends of Mrs. W. N. North J.on Thomas Jr.. 203 Temple

The Starke Senior 4-H girls attended The Brooker senior Girls were L. A. Halls. Saturday Mr. and will be glad to hear that she Avenue, Starke, Florda
and file the In the office of
a yeast roll demonstrationat as busy as bees Saturday morning,. Mrs. Hall went to Tampa to returned home this week after the Clerk of original the Circuit Court on pI

the agent's home Monday.I preparing their lunch. Some were:visit his father in the'! hospital I being confined to St. Luke'3 or before the
4th day of )March 1957:
Patricia Pellum and Marilyn Cox mixing tits ingredients for a;!I there, after learning his condition Hospital in Jacksonville with a otherwise the allegations of said
showed the how to make Complaint will be taken as confessed -
girls meat loaf while others were cry- | had become worse. broken ankle. by you.

the dough, knead the dough, and ing over onions they were peel- : Moving to the Bohn place Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwrightand This notice shall be publishedonce f&ile40t-11444
shape the rolls. The members I limits of the weekend in each week for four consecutive (
family spent
ing for Creole onions. Fordhook near the east city weeks In the Bradford County Tele
were given some dough to shape lima beans, rice, rolls and butter Hampton last week were Mr. and Fernandina Beach with Mr. and graph. (,
Dated this 29th day of January,
the rolls which they took great and Mrs. B. W. Tucker.
completed this "oven meal" top- Mrs. Daniel Phillips and Mr. 1957. C'/
delight in doing. The most fun ped off by apple pie and milk. Mrs. Beach, formerly of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells of OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby i
Clerk of the Circuit Court
though came in the eating of the Miss Jean Robinson of Clay Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

rolls.The Electric Cooperative told the girls yyyyyyyyyyyvvyyyyyyyyyyyNORTH Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace. 2/1 4t 2/22
girls made plain rolls, .that cooking a complete meal in Little Brant Turner spent .

Clover leaf rolls, Parker House, the oven instead of one food in SIDEBy Sunday and Monday with his /. Circuit NOTICE Coart.TO Bradford APPEAR Couty, Love that all-electric laundry be gave me! \

Crescents, cinnamon rolls, and the oven and the rest of the mealon grandfather, Roy Turner, in Florida IB ChaaeerT. -.r-- .., "
Sailor's Knots. the surface units is a betteruse Lake Butler. Harry S. Imming, Plaintiff vs. It tale all the ache out of washday-saves steps saves time,saves clothes. ,

So it's back-to-the-oven for of the current and one meansof Sirs. Carl Brown Cora Dugger, Roberta Allwood, Alyceann Imming, Case Defendant.No. 10-2020 saves money. Co all-electric in your laundry, and have ejjtr- } leisure for

the bill Edna Wainwright Janet Turner Notice T. Appears happier Florida living..letter ,ekctrica1l,. .. '
these girls and oh, the aroma of saving on To: Alyceann Imming, whose resi- -' ,. .-- .-., \ :
for those who cook electrically.By Ester Kucera, and Frances dence is Lake rarsippany. New
home-made rolls floating from The North Side WMU met Jersey and whose address is P. O. FASTEST!Beats off other washday methods-lets: you wasnTjjjryl lrQ..uCIll is -
Shealy attended annual
cook Phelp's '
their kitchens. plete the broiler same meal. ,Such a a com-meal Tuesday night, Jan. 29, for an show and party for the Home Jersey.Box 561, Lake Parsippany, New in the same day (oral:6f.r,if you prefer)! ...tL1!> -.. I_ ".

During the business session interesting program on missions, Demonstration Clubs this dis- SAFEST! Nothing dada lie << i !
might be, broiled steak, peach of pampers tlKjnjity It [A reLes; the life

Marilyn Cox, president, announced halves with brown sugar and 'with Mrs. Orine Cowart in trict in Jacksonville Tuesday .cf ail your washables. ..:::". ,-:::-_-..: -"= -
Pie and coffee were sev- -- :: .
that Saturday, Feb. 9, will be the night. FOR DEPENDABLE .
4-H Club day at the State Fairin asparagus.aluminum: Wrap foil so they asparagusin will just ed by the refreshment committee. CLEANEST! Piping hot water from, .p a>itgmauj! tleci i ip v ter IIeSer .

Tampa. Patricia Pellum will gets clothes. lygienisaDy tltap! ._ .- -J.
warm. III Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty, Termite Control h ir'7 "
receive the award for the out- During the meeting the girls Blaine Thompson visited the Florid i IB Chancery. CHEAPEST!It's more economical; to go all-electric :is the litchenlaunJrythan .
standing 4-H Girl in the county State Fair in Tampa last Thurs Albert P. Pry Ie, Plaintiff, vsMlchiko to use a combination of fuek '
to Pryle, Defendant.
elected Virginia represent
along with representatives from Case No. 10-1994 Household ft CommercialPest >> a-"'
them at the State Fair Clark of Lake City Order Of
the other counties in Florida. Eva PabllcatU aid Notice To ControlGrove >>
Saturday along with Judy Kelly. visited Miss Dora Clark last Appears State Of Florida Tot
Judy of Brooker and Mlchiko Pryle, whose
Kelly announced the read- residenceand S Spraying
Miss Ross
week. We are glad to report address Is: 2116 Lloyd Street,
Elizabeth Prevatt of Starke will ing lamp contest and those girls Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.You G
that Miss Dora is recovering;
Can FR.
form the 4-H Hostess Team from interested in making one are to very well from a fall in which'I. are required to appear on 6-6035 I VjjrrjR e. ELECTRICALLY I
February 18,
1957, In
the above
Bradford to be in the
meet Saturday morning, Feb. 16, i
she suffered a sprained knee. named Court and cause, wherein
State 4-H booth on 4-H Club at the Community Hall to workon Gas- plaintiff seeks divorce. Florida Pest Control -
Mr. ymd Mrs. Bradford County Telegraph snail Ira0111.4111 ": > e'" .
W. -FTm
WI,. -1 them. The girls will bring the kins had as Sunday dinner,guests publish this Order In next four & Chemical Co. i'1WSEOOM'ElmuR 0 WiR& LIGHT COMPANY Y.
materials for the lamp and Miss their nephew, Mrs. Charles Car weekly issues. urstuamsus
electrical Witness my hand and official seal 24 N. W. 16th Ave. !
GAY'SHome Robinson will bring the ter, and Lavern of Jacksonville.Fred at Starke, Florida, this January 15, a;:
materials. Lanier visited his brother 1957. Gainesville, Florida '.. -
Appliances There were 11 girls, Mrs. Rosa in Plant City and a nephewin Charles A.SEAL Darby) .

Pinholster, Miss Robinson, and Tampa last week. As Clerk of Said Court.

Miss Ross at the meeting.HAMPTON. Mr. and Mrs. Resse Scott were By Marian L. Crosby Deputy: Clerk
Your Friendly Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
in Jacksonville last Sunday Bldg. Jacksonville 2, Florida.
DealerS .VVUT aVVn.mfVVma visiting her mother :Mrs. Cora Attys. for Plf. 1184t 2/8
Norge ..m'i'' : ''''''''.,S''Y OOF ".TF9 ?.,-?' :>; t1: 4t,. ,,.
Bell Jones of Fernandina Beach $<\;.... ) V :.,. :,; ......f.-V1.... :Wnr;, .. : mlrt.. ;; ;<';;:tWf.v. -tM-y; ; .fr.i ;r./.i.
Vincent's Hos- In the Court of the County .h4..qrt : ''''' ',;: : .r '' : : "j,1a.:: "'$o";':"':1> I' "
NQRGE APPLIANCES who is still in St. Judge, : : 4'M.4i.7M.. : > ,. 4 ii'J :,w
: : PJ.i: $:: >: 1kr.t;% fX't "&l.z' / {'
Bradford ;
County, :Wr..Kf. : v,
In Probate. Florida. ZoO1New tf.'ir'xi.;:.< : .:.,,,"xt/""' ::::?t j;<::: l r' :i!{";<:+.,.ft M.' r.r0"" \ w .::: .. 1)/.I),7WMZ f.;:
JIAYTAG WASHERS pital.Don't forget choir rehearsal In Re: Estate of Louise Bonn, % nb r.kf.jitti1; :::::
By Airs. D. E. 11111 at a/k/a Louise Bohn King, deceased .i< t1 ::.: tji;;#;;;:: "ttr( i \% :::.: J .: ':''' .
0 COLEMAN HEATERS and every Friday night 7:30. Notice of Filing Petition Fop ., ...........;..,.>>..""""v.. .,, .,. ,. ,. )::: .. ... :, 1? '
a a AAAAA& Final Dicharge of Executor 1
FLOOR FURNACESWe yyyyyyyyyyyyYVYYVYVYYYVYRISING Notice Is hereby given that I i '5t <
Couple Wed SaturdayMiss have filed my final returns as exe- boldly modern Ford Pickups for ttj

Service All MakesOf Lillian i Williamson, cutor of the estate of Louise E-ohn, -, -
akaLouise ,
Appliances daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley that I have filed Bohn my King petition, deceased for; ..... .' r .. '...".. *N"NUW'''' .
Williamson, and Donald Slade, distribution and for final discharge, ,-' ,:"> ",
and that at 10:00 a.m. on February ...... \
Phone 10 son of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade, By Sirs. Edward Norman 20, 1957 I will apply to the Honor- ....' r L. '"*:

were married Saturday, Feb. 2, able Theron A. Yawn County \: -:-'.-..: /bneat : v:
Starke, Florida AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARaymond Judge of Bradford County, Florida, ..,. .,.1-;; : rt --.-- : I
i ...r J
in Folkston, Ga. for approval of said final returns f .. sr J .. "
l' "t .rt''': ; "" J''' .....
For the double ring ceremony, Crosby and Joe ,and I tl. '" / l ir1 t' ,. f" : '&1JJ_"

bride a dress with Robert Norman were visitingMrs. ;..>'{, '. : .', ,, ,.
the wore gray ".;.....;.;, .>;z.;.. Jiii. "'!!!
white Norman of Gainesville -
black accessories and a. Maggie .
Wash Your Clothes rose corsage. Accompanying the I last Sunday. They reported FRIGIDAIRETHE ,

couple were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mrs. Norman feeling fine. 1. ,

ft Pound Bradley, brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs Garland Osteenof BEST-KNOWN J: .yn",-,. -- .

of the bride, and Mrs. V. J. Jacksonville were visiting Mr NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
Slade, mother of the bridegroom. and Mrs. Edward Norman last gar .fJtfl

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trict's spreader to fertilize his Albert Moody last Thursday. Cemetery cleaning the graves ot To: Isabel Whelchel' whose resi- notice shall be published

rye field. He says, 'If it rains Mr and Mrs. W. L. Rhoden of his parents and other relatives.He and dence to Gaffnay South Carolina week for four consecutive once weeks a ,Case Cue No No. 10-1008 1O-U08 the before Clerk of the CircuIt Court OD or
whoseaddress 18: Rt. 8, Gaffe n the Bradford County Tele the 25 day of Feb.. Ui:
rll be ready for it." Jacksonville were weekend guests is now making cement slabs nay, South CaroUna. WITNESS my hand and the aph.aea.lof etlce To: T.Inea Appear Chandler, whose resIdence otherwise the alleJationa: of said

of 1r. and }.{rs. Troy Dukes. to mark the graves that hare on You are hereby notified that a laid Caurt at Starke Florida and address Is: Unknown. Complaint will be taken a. confessed -

The Bradford County Farm Sunday visitors of Mrs. Emily stones or markers. suit been for flIed divorce'has against YOU In the (his CIRCUIT list day COURT of January SEAL,) A.D. 1957. suit You for are'divorce hereby notified that a This by 'oU.notice shall b.published once

Forestry project was visited ty Moody were Mr. and Mrs. Mannie .Ir. Strickland will preach a above named Court and cause and Charles A. Darby, each week for four consecutive
has been filed against yen to the ,weeks In the
you are required to serve a of Bradford Cont Talegraph. -
SOl. STB1I5I the annual Farm Forest r'inspec. Raulerson of Jacksonville, Yr. and 1,11emorial sermon at the Icings- your answer or pleading to the copy com Clerk of said Circuit Court above named Court and cause and I'

tion team, composed of Dutch Mrs. Pete Yarbrough, and Mr. and ley Lake Church on Sunday< plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney 1/5 U /15 and you are required to serve a Dated this U day of January,
Gerald R. Hart 301 Smith Building copy Of your answer or pleading to 1957.
Soil Conservation ,Heers, U.S. Forest Service, R. A. Mrs. Jonnie Yarbrough of Raltord Feb 10, at 11 a. m. His: subject Jacksonville 3, Florida NOTICE TO APPEAR the complaint on the Plaintiffs (OfficiAl Seal) Charles A. Darby.
I Bonninghousen John But. and We are glad to welcome Mr. will lie "God's Sclpier's And tile the original In the office of la Circuit Court Braae CeU'C7t Attorney Mack S. Futch, P. O. Clerk of the Circuit Court
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Fi.rldai Ia CllaaeerF. Box 941, Starke, FlorIda ,By Marian L Crosby
OD or Deputy Clerk
N. E. 'W-S Frank Lee ot the Florida Forest and 11rs. J. L. Lavender Sr of Stamping Ground. before the Richard F. Tucker, PlaIntiff, vs and file the original the office of I 1/25 tt 3/15

By Bill llau Service. They visited the farms Jacksonville, who have moved to Rev CUtshaw was our steak- 18th day of February, 1157; Georgia A. Tucker Case__DefendanL No_ 10.fO'l_ _

Soil ConservaUoD Service of Lloyd Green and J. T. Prevatt, our community. They are living er at Clay Hill again last i Sun.urday otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken ot aald Notlee- to Appear n --- n n -

the small house of Mrs Nan night and the house fessed aa con- To: Georgia A. Tucker whose
observing wOodland manage- In a was by you residence Is
Tifton Georgia, and
The Board ment practices under the super- Jerritt. well filled He preached a good This notice shall be published whose address Is: Post Office Box FIa. Speckled Pole Bean, lb. ___ .23
Supervisors for the once each week for four consecutive
Bradford Soil vision ot the Farm Forester, Don Our deepest sympathy goes 'to sermon on the subject, "Whycan't weeks ID the E'radford County Tele- 219, TUton, Georgia
Conservation Dis- You are hereby notified that
eraph. a F / i Wade Stringless bean, Ib _____ .27
Wilbur TUrner we have a revival in suit for Divorce
trict will hold their regular Champion' Mr. and Mrs. upon 3 Dated this 16th day of January,

monthly meeting Thursday, Feb. the death of their infant daughter former yeal' ?" We hop to 1957. above hu been named flied Court against and you cause In and the Tender Green Bean, lb. ______ .25
Bradford Soil Conservation District Services were have him back in the near fu- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby>>
7, at Lloyd Green's home. Some last Saturday. Clerk of the Crreutt Court you are required to serve a copy

ot the topics for discussion are Is encouraging folks In the held Monday at sapp Cemetery. ture. This Saturday night 1iev.. By Harian L. Crosby, ;Deputy Clerk complaint of your answer 011 the or PlatntiVe pleading Attorney to the- Kentucky Wonder Bean, lb. ___ .23

Soil Speaking Contest, FFA Program County to plant trees on land not }Ir. and Mrs. C. A. Johns Jr. of Odell from Atlantic Boulevard 1/18 U 3/8 .

and watershed work. adapted to crops. By the use of High Springs and Mrs. Fronie will be our speaker, and on Feb J. Donald Gibson, 100 Smith Build- Cherokee Wax Bean, lb. _____ .25
I. the Circuit Court of tie Ing, Jacksonvllle 2. Florida
a Soil Conservation Service Is able Moody enjoyed a weekend visit 16 we will have Rev. Lee from# Judicial Circuit of Florida Eighth I. and and file the original In the office of (s
The newest approach to the soil the Clerk of the Circuit Court 4 Watermelon lb _____ 1,25R
to help the land owners locate with .Ir. and Mrs. Everett Lane Bethel Church. Came on and Fop Bradford County on Congo ,
and water conservation problem III Chancery or before the 35th day of February,
the land adapted for Markalee Johns help us fill the house. otherwise the of
crops pas- and Mr. and Mrs. U57; allegations
____ 1.25
is the small watershed protection I Case No 10-:004 Bald Complaint wlll be taken u Cucumber lb __ _
ture or trees. of St. Petersburg. Gussie Durden,. a widow, Plaintiff, confessed by 70U. U
project. Congress passed a VB. George W. Cole, et al, Defen-
This notice shall be published
Blue Tag Certified Red Pontiac
in 1954 dant. ,
special act to enable people each week for four consecu-
and local organizations to t yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyflLONG fWWWWyyyyyyyy yyy"'YYY9IIIGHLAND la TIle Clr alt Court of Florid a. NOTICE TO DEFEND tive once weeks In the Bradford County 1% Potato Seed 100 Ibs. ________ 4.50
Elgktk .Jlldldal Circuit. 18 alld Ia tile sane of tile State of Florida
work together on water manage- Fop Bradford COllllfT To George W Cole, William T. Telegraph
Dated this 18th day of January, HIGH
BRIDGE Ia Oa.HP7. Dryden, A. C. Martin, Isaac Dowl- 1957, Dixie Runner Peanut, 1001bs. __17.00
The Lake
problems. Region -
Albert Sappenfield ) ing, James E. Harrison, J. G. Alvarez OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Recharge and watershed and Ruby Sappen-) ,. It alive, and If any of the QUALITY
application AND NEW RIVER Clerk of the Circuit Court "
Henderson Bush White Lima, lb 0
field, his wif., ) above named persons be dead then -
is number 12 the Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
on Norman By
By Mrp. Lacy Plaintiffs, ) I to his unknown heirs, devisees, 1/5 4t 3/15 LOW
list for approval. Iin. E. A. Sapp vs. Quiet Title, Etc. legatees, grantees, creditors or other Jackson Wonder Speck. Lima, lb. .20
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& && Simon J. Temple 9 persons claiming any Interest In the PRICE
The States Conservation Board AIAIWWAAAALAAAAAAAA& !et a1.. Defendants,) hereinafter described property, by, NOTICE TO APPE.Rla
will have to approve the a}:plica- Mr. and JIrs. Resale Anderson Order of Publication and through, under or against each Circuit Court Bradford County

tion before 11' Soil Conservation Mr. and }ors. M. L. Johns Jr. and children, and .Ir. and Xotlee To Appear I such heirs,deceased devIsees: ,and legatees to the, unknown grantees, Florida I I. Clla.eery. 412 WEST
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO Richard D. Chandler, Plaintiff, vs.
Service watershed party can take attended the wedding of }ors.Johns' Mrs. Ersley Norman and chiI- Simon J. Temple, if alive, and If.. creditors or other persons claiming met Chandler Defendant. CALL
Interest to ST.
any the hereinafter des-
Dekle attended churchservices dead, his unknown heirs, devisees,
action.A sister, Miss Donna den of Lawtey legatees cribed property by, through, under
in Jacksonville last Sunday. here Sunday afternoon tThe ors and grantees all of the assignees parties,claiming credi- or against John H. Darby deceased,

complete soil and water conservation who went to see by through under or against : Fannie G. Gaskins, deceased F. G.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tyre and ones Gaskins, deceased Sallie J. Darby,
farm plan was delivered daughters of Melrose were Sunday Bro. George Chism at Moniac, Jackson: Thomas Long,T.his Long wife,and whose Myrwin rest deceased, John D. Gaskins, deceased: COLON1ALFLORIST

to Paul Menzen, who has most of evening guests of Mr. and Ga. Baptist Church Sunday atWrnoon dence and address Is Starke, Florida : and Ing to any all Interest persons In having the following or claim-
his in Coastal Bermuda Zettie l'adgett, : Margaret Long Carroll and lands situate
place Lavender. were in E'radford County,
Mrs. James Bryant S. Carroll, her husband, !
from which he is producing hay. Mr. and MIs. W. whose residence and address Is 1474 Florida, to-wit:
Ellen Lots 5 and 7 of Block
Mrs Mary Snowden recently 19 of the
He Is using large amount of nit- Hardee, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Belvedere. Jacksonville, Florida: CA. original Town of Starke, Bradford HUNDREDS
enjoyed a week's visit with Mr. C. Long, whose residence and address '
rogen fertilizer and chicken man- Mr. and Mrs C. M. Is Starke, Florida: Richard County, Florida as per plat
Johnson of starling, thereof entitled Map:
and Mrs. Sampson H. Long, whose residence and address
ure. Gainesville.Mr. Griffis and daughters, Frank Is Clewis ton, Florida: William -- Boundary of Starke" recorded In PHONE 218 of aetails are managed and economic-
Deed Book N at Page 159 of the
Richard -
Herndon and son Edward N. Long and Louise Hick' public records of Bradford Coun- ally attended that only a trained and
and Mrs. Bill Richardson his
Long wife, whose
Hinson used the District's Griffis and residence
Henry ,
Virgie ty, Florida
and grandchildren of Jacksonville Mosely, and address is 9 N.W 24th Street, ; careful organization em attend when
chopper on his cropland Prescott. Gainesville. Florida; Richard R. GREETINGS; Y9U are hereby no- (j)
before turning it. It pays to visited the E. A. Sapps last Romeo each Sunday Thede and Richard R. Thede, Jr. tified that a suit in equity has the urgent Reel for serving is at
Sunday School 9:45: a minor both'of whose residence been brought against you and haIlil.
chop and turn and NOT TO Saturday. Worship Services, 11 and address is 737 N.W 24th Ave.. each of you as defendants In the
BURN your cropland. Mr and Mrs. Romie Andrews a. m. meeting Gainesvile, Florida: Julian L. Peek, above entitled Court and cause by FLOWERSFor
a. m. and 7 p. m Prayer .Jr.. and Mary Peek his wife, whose Gussie Durden, plaintiff: that the
of Hampton and Donald Adkinsof Wednesday 7 p. m, residence and address Is 220 Con relief sought in said suit Is to
Paul Parker used the Dis- Dundee visited Mr and Mrs: each and worship !way Rd. Decatur Georgia; Isbel quiet and confirm plaintiff's title AD Occasions
Come one and all Peek Ritch and J. H. Ritch, her to the above described lands as an DeWITT C. JONES
I husband, whose residence and address indefeasible fee simple title thereto -
r. with us. is Starke, Florida; Myra Peek, I against the claims of you and DISH GARDENS Phone 'I Starke, FIi. r_
whose residence and address Is each of you; and you are summonsed I
'Wyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.y Starke Florida: S. L. Peek, Jr, ordered and required to POTTED PLANTS Funeral Director Ambulance Service
See BILLY JACKSON and Margaret H. Peek, his wife, file your written answer or defenses -

HILL whose Starke, Florida residence; Frances and address Peek Ward is cause In to the the office complaint of the In under said POTTERY OUr local funeral home enable na to otter CODTWUcei tad

FOR CLAY and Roy 1rL Ward, her husband, signed Clerk of said Court at services Dot fthtrWSlf available.We .
whose residence and address Is 540 Starke, Florida, on or before the
Tularosa Avenue, Lake City, Florida 25th day of February A.D 1957, and Flower WiredAnywhere
TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING bl Airs. ,. L. stricklsnt : Leonard D. Peek, also known to serve a copy thereof on HollisV. A A
as Darby Peek whose residence and Knight, plaintiff's attorney,
&A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& address is 208 E, Hillsboro, Lake whose address Is Starke Florida, furD1ah the hfgbut type IUY1ce at Jowett prIceI, and
And All Type Tractor Work ,& City,' Florida: Louise Peek Sayles, on or before said date, as required accept ANT life insurance pone m force Issued 1)1 ANY
of Jacksonville whose residence by the Laws of Florida and Rules
Harris and address
Mrs. Winnie Gloria I NW. 3rd St., Miami, Florida; Ilva 311 of Court It you fall to so do, a Nona St. Starke company, &I payment is pan or In frill OD a ftmeraL
PHONE 165 mild her sister, Peek and Wilson Carlyle Peek, both decree pro confesso wlll be entered Consultation carries DO obUpt1aD.
visited relatives at Clay of whose address Is 5203 Kimbark against you for the relief:
SHill Avenue, Chicago, Illinois: Lois Peek demanded In the complalnL This e
W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER over the weekend.We Perryman and E. K Perryman, her I
glad: to have :Mrs. husband, whose residence and address -
were Is Starke, Florida: John Top-
9 Davis of Jacluvil1 able to Ian, also known as J. H. Toplin and
in church Saturday Leila Toplin his wife, whose resi-
back 'with is dence and address Is Starke, Flo-
night. 'l'h3 broken arm rida; James Williams, if alive, and
to well, but itdidn't I if dead his unknown heirs, devisees -
not healing legatees, grantees, assignees,
Fontana Village Resort keep tier at home on this creditors and all other parties

aC/Oh#/ is different-at Fontana occasion. claiming by, through,. under or
against him; John S. rnman and
everybody bas fun! John and Better: Brumbelow of E'eatrice Inman his wife, whose
Fishing is excellent in residence and address Is 660 For- it
Jacksonville spent; a few days rest Blvd.. Jacksonville
Fontana Lake and I last week with Dad and Mom George Inman and Fannie L. Inman;,
FUh Fi//eil// there's swimming in a his wife, whose residence and ad-
new luxurious pool ill Strickland. dress Is 9110 Banks Rd.. Jacksonville -
hear that Luella Florida; Frank Inman and the
season, raft making, Sorry to Lenor Inman, his wife, whose resi- Clings ,to
.' *'s square dancing, scenic Austin is in the hospital. Gertie dence and address Is,2511 Allendale
tours. tennis shuffle- Faircloth is still on the sick list, Rd., Baltimore. Maryland; and Von-
da Inman
Cram and Milton Cram,
? board, horseback riding and the little Ben Padgett has I her husband, whose residence and
Oh address Is 1312 Stratfold Road,
-plenty more to see lnumps. road'like it
b Camp Hill Pa.: Alfred Gurer and '
and do in this sparkling Margaret Gurey, his
+ We are trying to get a choir wife It alive,
mountain air andthere's and if dead the unknown heirs,
organized at Clay Hill Church devisees, legatees, grantees, assig-
supervised play and ask all who wish to help in nees, creditors, and all other parties -
for children baby sit. claiming by, through, under or !
ters available. Hay e this work to come at least one against such defendants as are stripe of paint
and dead; G. W. Lewis and
night a week to practice, Bessie
the time of life at Lewis
your it alive, and If dead, the
Fontana. Write or then come for services on Sat- unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, ,
phone for reservations urday night and Sunday. Please all grantees, assignees, creditors and
A. other parties claiming
today Free color meet with us at the church this through under or against such de-by,

folder.ONTANA Sunday evening at 6 o'clock for fendants as are dead: The '57 Chevy can give lessons
:i;;::> .. organization and practice. A AND HAVING TO ALL OR OTHER CLAIMING PERSONS ANY they

good choir will add much to our RIGHT, TITLE, LIEN OR INTEREST on taking curves and holding

VI LLAGE'RESORT services and help builj our LANDS IN: OR situate TO and'THE lying FOLLOWING In Brad; road to just about any car going.;

church attendance ford County, Florida, to-wit:
DEPT. S-M FONTANA VILLAGE N. C. A parcel of land lying In the South so'
Jim Strickland spent part of half of l'he -Southeast Quarter Few cars at any price are
last Friday at the Kingsley Lake (SEJU of Section 16, Township six
(6) South, Range Twenty-two Zn: beautifully balanced and so
East, Bradford
County Florida, con-
taining particularly 6.15 ,acres and being more smooth, sure and solid in action.I
described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner K
of the East half Southwest, Quar-
ter (SWy ) of said Southeast Quar-
; \ ter (SE%) and run thence South 0
degrees, 20 minutes East along the A car has to have a special kind of

JJ7e've gol illI I. .In the N ii i !!its 1iP Westerly tance stake of for.boundary 241.2 point feet of thereof to an a Iron dis- r build and balance to keep curves

I from point of beginning thus des-: under control. And nobody outdoes

cribed minutes continue East along South said 0 degrees Westerly 20 7'. / Chevrolet in that department! It

to boundary an Iron a stake distance run of thence 339.65 South feet i4--- //7.1e-e: ;: "corners" with all the solid assurance -
73 degrees
11 minutes East a distance -
of 795.9 feet to an Iron ? ; of an honest-tcrgoodness sports

stake on -the Westerly boundary of doesn't throw its weight
the car. Chevy
right of way of State Road No. TI-
200, run thence North 17 degrees t '" ''
50 minutes East along last afore- around on turns because it carries

of said 308.56 Westerly feet to boundary an Iron a stake distance on ,,,i. -, its pounds >in the right places. -

1 itV of the land Southeast described corner In Deed of a Book parcel 80 And: if the road should turn upward :
Page 205 of the ;
pUblic records of '
aforesaid county run thence North Chevy can take care of that
72 degrees and 10 minutes West : .
along the Southerly boundary of nicely, too-with up to 245 h.p. .
to last aforesaid
parcel and along
Westerly prolongation of said South- .... Come on in and take a turn at the
erly boundary a distance of 901.03
withcCP feet to point of beginning < wheel of a new Chevrolet
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a Complaint has been
\ filed In the Circuit Court of Brad-
ford County, Florida, In Chancery, ,

; heJm stiost p QJ[ l'fulrg soJin.e and Sappenfield by Albert against, Sappenfield his you wife and, as each and Plaintiff of Ruby you

as defendants
; that the nature of .
said suit Is to quiet and confrm! _
uoveff r'cal's 'can llse the title of plaintiffs, Albert ',r
teem u penfield and Ruby Sappenfield,Sap his ,.,_ CIIEVI OLET"S.
t .. wife, to the above described lands
j as a fee simple title: and you are J.; -
required to
appear and serve a
copy of ;your answer or other pleadIng -
which have been run on ta.ins special power ingredients, on Plaintiffs' attorney, A. J. '
'CARS aromatics. Shell Thomas, Jr., whose address Is %0305 -
will known Super
grade as % Temple Avenue, Starke Florida s ;. ius:
get even better performance with bas a high concentration of these and to file the original of your

Super Shell with TCP'. That's aromatics:; They pack more en- answer office of or the other undersigned pleading Clerk In the of 's'7 Ci.H.=VRg-i:#- .,

because Super Shell is higher than ern into your engine than any Circuit otherwise Court on March 11th. 1957: -- e

high test; even more powerful thing else you can use; '\ complaint the will allegations be taken as of confessed said .27O-i iltTtnJtmM1JU V8 .

than Shell Premium Gasoline AndSuperShe1lbasTCPaddi- by you. \ eri rant also arailQble at lifts COI
which It replaces: tive TCP neutralizes harmful this Order of Publication ORDERED and Notice that .

Here's how this is possible: 'engine deposits and UD1e.uh the- week be forthwith for tour published successive once weeks each

Shell is America's largest maker full power of high octane: It en- 4 the Bradford County Telegraph In a #

of gasoline for commercial avl- abler a car to deliver.and keep on In dUly said qualified County.newspaper pubUshed. Suet,srrlooth.anddial's. Chevrolet an over. Jove, you're looking of the Bal Air Sport Coupe.. '

ation, and aviation gasoline con- delivering, its full power;, WITNESS my hand and official .
.e.11'It ... laP e aJ elUDDM..wtt t seal at Starke, Bradford County, I -_ :
.. Tl.eala. MIi a-Cb 1'-& a s ... this February I, 1957. .,
.. SEAL)

Get Super Shell now at the New White Pam_ .p Charles Clerk s/A.Charles Darby of Circuit,A. Darby Court, Only Jrandaised a.errold dealers ik' e iiE rlispltzy this_Janwus traJemar1.

Bradford County Florida .
2I 4t

-- -., JOHN A. TORODE ... JOBBER 3/1 ..

la Circuit Cart Bradf.ed. C.fT, V RATLIFF CHEVROLET COMPANY.
Flerl.a. Ia Cllaaee.,. .

Phone 8-1 Madison and Cherry Sts. Starke J FIa.. Carl Whelchel Whelchel.DdendanL P1aiaWf,, vs. Ica bet V V V .

Cue No. II-1U. :Pest M: St. Star kt? Florida Phone -
IIetlee T. Appear 111 ,.


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tV..... services at the Higland Baptist family in Keystone Heights Sun-i I .
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Church on Sunday.Mr. day,afternoon.Mr. &&&&&&&&&&&&&& Le Blanc and Miss Mary Ana

LAWTEYdj and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and and Mrs. Herbert Norman OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS Morgan, are helping to care for

Joan visited the C. F. Miles fami- and family visited Mrs. Ella OF BRADFORD COUNTY KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy the "visiting; grandchildren, who

ly in Lake Butler on Sunday Norman and family in Lake are at .the Nelson home while
Mrs. Joyce Futch
afternoon. Butler on Saturday.Mr. 87 Ozora J. Shell i I Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 their mother is vacationing in

_.&.&&.&&&&&&&&&&lAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamiltonand and Mrs. Clarence Mosleyand I Nassau. Mrs. Nelson left Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamil- children of Jacksonville were: .YTTT.... ''WVWVYTVMVTTTTTTVTTTTT urday for Chicago by plane.
Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Kirklandhad
as weekend guests Mr. and ton were Thursday evening Sunday guests,of the Dave Tan- Coronation Friday NightThe worshipped with us Wednesday Conlinnatlou'Cl&ss around for a suitable place to Mr. (and Mrs. Bill Siprelle

Mrs. W. R. Lunsford and son guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman ners. They brought the news that annual coronation will be night. Bro. and Mrs. Levy Len- The adult Confirmation Classof retire., drove to Jacksonville on Sunday

and Mrs. Sue Daniels and daugh- Hamilton in Jacksonville. the Tanners' son-in-law and held at RJE cafetorium at 11 non visited their sick father in St. Anne's Episcopal Church Arthur 1t: Ruscher, son of afternoon, Feb. 3, to meet Mrs.

David and Wendell Kelly of daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Marion p. m. Miss Rosa Lee Moore of Ocala during the week-end. Our will meet for the first time on Mrs. Arthur I Siprelle's father, C. O. Dale
ters, Laverne ,and Sue, of Cut- I Ruscher of Key
bert, Ga. Southern College:>> Lakeland, are Tucker, have a son born last Lawtey will. be crowned 1liss sick' include sister Helen Smith Sunday afternoon, Feb. 10, for stone has entered the Universityof who came from his home in

Mrs. Salley Green and Milton spending several days with their tfeek. R. J. E., and Mary Bell- Tysonof Bro. Eugene Jones, and Sis. the purpose of deciding on a Florida for the second se Twin Bridges, Montana! This is

parents, Mr. and Mis. Hermir Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crawford Wateroak will be crowned Louise Broxton. Members and meeting time suitable for all. Mr. Dale's third visit to Florida
mester. A
Clarke of Macclenny were visit- former Marine, he
ing Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas Kelly, and grandmother, Mrs.I Sr. of Starke were Sunday guestsof Miss R. J. E. Elementary. Miss. friends are asked to visit the The Children's ConfirmationClass has worked for several months and he hopes to throw off the

last week. .I Margaret Kelly. the Ray Crawfords. Inez Butler is general chairman. sick. Mrs. N. L. Washington, will meet at 10 a. m. Sat- at Humphreys Gold Corp., I cold he caught en.route-the

).Ir. and 'Mrs. Jack Reynold Mr. and Mrs. James Waters of the coronation activities and. acting reporter. urday morning, Feb. 9, for, the first one in 20 years!
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redding I Mrs. Bill Belote has returned
and children, and Mrs. R. W.. and sons spent Sunday afternoon is working hard with the com- Bethlehem Freewill Baptist; first time. They too, will de- The Early-Risers Club met at
of Wildwood are spending a from to South
with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig- mittee to have a colorful Church cide on the best time. a 4-day _jaunt
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mosely Sr. of Jacksonville spent pro- Rev. L. McKay pastor, Florida where she went to visit the home of Mary Ann Schaeffer -
Russell Redding while Raymondis the weekend at the Mosely home ginbotham and attended servicesat gram. The basketball game be- held regular services all day Sun- Regular Adult Classes to college friends. last Friday night and were

the Baptist Church in the tween the girls and boys of Pa- day starting with Church School, study, "The Church in Action" up to greet the dawn at 4:30-
Railway working in with Starke.the here.Mr.. and Mrs. Theodore Crews evening.The latka will follow immediatelyafter ,F.V.. B. L. ,at 4:45: evening will, meet each Sunday at 9 a. Friends of Mrs. Herbert Nelson two and one-half hours too early

announce the birth of a son, Joe Church of Christ held a the coronation. The general service at 7 p. m. The spirt was m. and will be taught by the will be sorry to hear that I I-which makes one wonder if

Mrs. Mary Rivers and daughter Ludell; at Bradford County Hos- community sing at their place of 1 i'public Is cordially invited to attend high all day. At 7:30 p. m. The Vicar Dick Bird. she has been called to Chicago they weren't a bit overenthusiastic. -

of Green Cove Springs visit on Feb. 1. meeting, The City Hall, on Sun- both activities. Eddie Lord's Supper was served by. Covered Dish Suppers because of the death of her .

ed the Ed Durban family on Sun- pital day afternoon, with about 100 Thompkins, principal. the pastor and officers of the' Members of St. Anne's Episcopal father Arthur H. Ryan. Duringher Mrs. Anna James and Miss
O. J. Anders, W. P. Kemp,
day.Mrs. guests participating.Mr. Thurston School News church. The "I Can Circle" will: Church and their families absence, her husband and Anna McCullough were in Jack-
C. and Dan Harley at-
H. C. S.
Seeber Doyle Andrewsand and Mrs. H. ?T. Markhamand "The Glee held a covered dish at
In.St. Happy Sewing meet at the home of Sister supper son and friends, Mrs. George sonville on business on Monday.
tended Masonic Meeting
daughter came from Wildwood a family of Gainesville? were Club" met last Thursday nightat Gladys Blye on Saturday night. the church last Friday night to J

on Monday to be with her Petersburg on Sunday. of Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. the school and started sewing The last discussion was on raise money for the building ,
Jason Hilliard family
father, Fred Moore, while Mrs. The D. W. Starling I and crocheting. A muchlarger "Farming for God." Emphasis. fund. The ladies of St. Anne's --
Jacksonville were Sunday
Moore is in the Baptist Hospital and Mrs. Carl Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Thompsonof group is expected at the was placed on the Christian hope you will remember their

in Jacksonville. Mr. Andrews Mr.the Claude Hilliards.R Silver Springs spent the week- I next meeting on February 11. working for God and His im- Nearly New Shop which is open BUILDERS 0.

spent the weekend here with his and Mills end with the R. C. Bryants.Mr. A Bible picture will be shownat portant work that must be done. on.Friday and Saturday of each v
and Mrs. W. L.
family.Mr. Sr. ?of l. Jacksonville accompaniedRev. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner Ebenezer Baptist Church on Prayer meeting each Wednesday I week from 10 .a. m. to 5 p. m. HARDWARE I'1

and Mrs. Marion Hingsonof and Mrs. Mills Jr. and fami- had as Friday evening guests Sunday at 3 p. m. by Misses night led by Deacon Prince and It is surprising what a little "

Live Oak spent last Sunday to the First Baptist Churchon Johnny and Diana Bennett of Thompson and Bell who repre- Deacon Newman. Gladys, loose change will buy.

with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon ly Sunday. This was the first the State Farm. sent the Children's Bible Mis- Blye, reporter. I Members of St. William's Par- .
and sion of Keystone Heights. There ish are invited to a covered dish
daughter. First Born Church
I time the parents had ever heard Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and "Ret. F. .
w Mrs. C. B. Hiatt drove the bus their son deliver a message.Mr. sons visited Mr. Wises' father, will be no admission fee, but a Howard pastor, will have regu- supper to be held in the recrea-I
silver offering will be taken to tion hall starting at 6 p. m., THINGS YOUWANT'
that carried Miss Dorothy Swan- and Mrs. Claude Rowe W. J. Wise, in Georgia last week- lar service on Sunday, Feb. 10 I
p bom, the school librarian, and visited Mrs. B. L. Hutchinson in help complete the projects start- Bro. Robert Williams, famous I Wednesday, Feb. 13. There will YOU'LLFIND BUILDER'SHARDWARE

her student helpers, to visit the aftrnoon. end.Mrs. ed at the school. President E. L. guitar artist, is expected to appear be no charge-just a good, old-
Jacksonville on Sunday Paul Bennett and daugh-
Walker is asking all membersof fashioned, family style gathering
Starke Elementary Library on Summer was the in song recital. There is no
Miss Nancy with Mr.
ters spent Saturday Catholic Club will hold
the PTA to be present at the The a
Wednesday and the Universityof of Miss Betty admission fee, but the general
weekend guest Smith in Starke.
Florida and P. K. Yonge libraries in and Mrs. Jesse next meeting on Feb. 11 at 7:30p. public is invited to come out business meeting after the sup-
Olive Starke.Mr.
] Jean Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starlingand m. Business of importance is per to make final arrangement)
and hear this wonderful gospel .
and Mrs. Nelson Blocker I .. -
with -. .
daughter spent Sunday to be transacted. Mrs. S. for the Valentine Dance at the -.
and Mrs. Carl Peavy and and sons, and Miss Jackie Harleyof Mrs. ValUe Snapp and Mr. and singer and musician sing the I '., ....: -=: :. -
Price, principal and Skytel Saturday night, Feb.
family, Mrs. Garah Dorman, and Jacksonville and the H. C. reporter.Mrs. songs you like to hear. Sis., W.
Mrs. Wm. Pringle in Sanford.Mr. Janie Mitchell and her : Proceeds will be used for the e LOCAL 1&AOEl4Aau.... I
Mrs. Ernest Peavy of Ocoee were Harley family were Sunday night and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson of Strong, reporter. fund.
pastor Mt. Nebo Baptist pew
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. A. H. Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church.
supper guests Gloria Andersonwere
and Miss
See Us For Your
church Rev. G. E. Plan Silver Tea I
BUrgman. will
Rev. E. L. Walker pastor,
Carl Prevatt and J. B. Teston. .
Harley.Mr. of Mr. and
weekend guests of the Community -
were dinner guests of Sister Al- The Women
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand and Mrs. J. D. Clarke and. hold services all day Sunday
Mrs. V. D. Dickinson in Jack-
berta Albright on last Sunday. Church 'of Keystone Heights BUILDING NEEDS LUMBER
Starke starting with Sunday School at ,
family had as Sunday dinner family spent Sunday in 1 i 1 ,
annual Silver
their -
Rev. and planning
Mrs. Allen Dixon of are
guests Mrs. father Clarke. 9:30( Supt. Annie Wright in
Bradley's with Mrs. Hollis
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton Philadelphia were house : Tea for Thursday, Feb. 21,
charge. During the morning wor-I I
Jesse Smith, of Starke.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. HarleyJr. ,
and son of Jacksonville spent Sister Sophia Royal recently. hour Presiding Elder A. at 3 p. m., with Mrs. David Nelson -
and Mrs. G. E. Green of of Starke were Sundayof ship I
Sunday with the Frank Cruce The Dixons were enroute to Day- as general chairman. Invite
W. Bowles of the High Springs PLUMBINGWeare
MidJIeburg spent Sunday with Mrs. Me Wells and Mrs. Mar-
family.Mr. tona Beach where they will stay District will deliver the message your friends and make up as
the Lee Greens. guests of Mrs. Mae Well and
and Mrs. Nathan Starlinghad for a while in the_n_ _interest nn____ of__ and hold his second quarterly many tables of four as you care
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch, Mrs. Martha Bales and daugh-
Steve, Terry and Ralph Futch as Sunday dinner guestsMr. their health. conference. At 3 p. m. Bro. I to. Call Mrs. H. J. Boatwrightat

were business visitors to Jacksonville ters.Miss Debbie Phillips of Max- and Mrs. Rudy Higginbothamand Mrs. Vasco Mitchell visitedSt. Ulysses Clark will preach his 4175 for reservations.

on Friday.Mr. ville was a Sunday dinner guest the J. C. Higginbotham Augustine and Florida Nor- trial sermon at the church. All" Bake Sale SaturdayThe of St. Anne'sChurch
family of Maxville.We mal & Industrial Memorial Col- members and friends are invitedto ladies (TARKEGUILDERS
and Mrs. L. E. Smith and of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. will hold a bake sale in o ERvi
family of Marietta visited the They, with Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand are glad to report that lege on Monday and joined in hear him and give him inspiration -
front of the Nearly New Shop pe
Ernest Raulerson family on Sat-I, son, Miss Enza Blanchard, Patsy Sapp has returned to the celebration of Finer Woman- and courage. On Wed- I 10:30 Saturday
( ruday. and Mrs. Joyce Futch attendedthe school after several days stayin hood week with Ipta Alpha nesday, Feb. 13, at 8 p. m. the starting at fur SUPPLIES

The C. B. Hiatts, Mrs. Leona funeral of Mrs. Rob Battenin Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. famous Clara Ward Singers will morning, Feb. 16.
Edwards, and the Louie Lee Theressa Sunday afternoon.Mr. Nancy Keene and the Allan Stellajean Jackson is Basi- appear at R. J. E. cafetorium. An Interesting .a i -
at Geneva
I the guests
Wainwrights visited Mr. and and Mrs. Harold Eunice Hart family spent Saturday: leus. The guest speaker was Advance tickets may be purchased -I Among this winteris i (
I I Beach Apartments SSS _
Mrs. Bryant Tucker in Fernan- visited the Winton Parrishes at with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarborough Supervisor Shell who is a Life at Brooks Cafe, Starke, .
Muir who has
dma during the weekend. the State Farm last Saturday I: in Jacksonville. Member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and church parsonage in Lincoln had Miss Christine interesting and, varied

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren had evening. I i Mrs. Charley Bowen is spending and National Chairman of City. The program is being many She born in
as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.- Floy Bennett, Mr. and I sometime with her son-in- Blue Revue. sponsored for the church by Sis. Gramercy experiences.Park, New York City,

Marvin Warren of Jacksonvilleand Mrs. Tom Casey and daughter i law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Laid to Rest R. L. Walker, reporter. I
the daughter of a distinguished
Tallahassee and Mrs. Leslie Fred Moore and family, and Arthur -I Ray Ackers in Haleyville, Ala. Rev. Robert Franklin, Sr. of Greater Antioch Baptist Church French countess of the royal

M Bradley and family of Kingsley Pearce visited Mrs. Fred J }fr. and Mrs. G. W. Durhamof Lawtey was laid to rest on Wed- Rev. George Lee pastor, held
house of Chartres. Her aptitudefor
11 I Lake Moore and Mrs. Arthur Pearcein Jacksonville visited Miss Elizabeth nesday. He was a faithful member services on Sunday starting the sick led her to

Miss Rebecca Modelmog of Jacksonville hospitals on Sun Terry on Sunday, and attended of Philadelphia Baptist with Sunday School, Sis. Arata become healing registered nurse, and 1

Lake Butler attended services at day. Mrs. Pearce expects to return services at the First Bap- Church until his death on' Jan. Williams, supt. The Baptismal a efficient I
she was also an
the Methodist Church on Sun- from Riverside Hospitalthis tist Church.Mr. 31, at the V. A. Hospital in sermon was delivered by Rev.A. .I with French
serving a
day.The week, while Mrs. Moore will and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Lake City. He was born Feb. Vinson, pastor of New Bethel .banking firm in Wall Street for!

Harry Wilkerson famnly be confined to Baptist Hospital family of St. Augustine spent 8, 1887 in Lawtey and marriedon Baptist. Sis. Mabel Lee was a number of years. She was also I

and Mrs. Katie Padgett had as several days longer. the weekend with Mrs. John Dec. 9, 1919 in Fort Valley.He baptized in the pool at Bethel private secretary to a lecturer,I InteresteJ

weekned guests Mr. ,and Mrs. 0. J. Phillips was a business Shuford and Dave. returned to Lawtey in 1925 Baptist ChbMi by the pastor. We traveling abroad with her em-
Marcus Griffis and the Hermie at- until his death. are proud to have our pastor'swife I
Monroe visitor to Tampa on Friday. He Mr. and Mrs. Kelly where he resided ployer. Always ready to try her

Padgett family of Lake Wales was met in Waldo by his family tended a buffet supper given by He was a member'of the PallBearers become an official member hand ,at something new, Miss

and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Nettles and they were supper guests of the Ward Baking' Company and Lodge, Free and Ac- of our church. Deacon J. Carls-" Muir became a successful dress

of Cocoa. his son, Coleman and wife. Red and White Wholesale Co. ,in cepted Masons. He leaves to well reporter. I designer, both in Hollywood, I

The Dick Anderson family Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Jacksonville.Miss mourn his loss 5 sons, 6 daugh- New Bethel Baptist Church Calif. and New York City. She

and the Ersley Normans attended Wendell visited the Frank Jones Wilkerson, Mr. Griffis ters, 18 grandchildren, and other 'Rev. A' Vinson pastor, held came to Keystone from Lake 5f

Wed In Baptist Event relatives and friends. services all day Sunday begin
George, N. Y., where she was
= I The marriage of Miss June Boy Scout Week 'ning with Sunday School at employed as a designer. We hope

I Wilkerson and Virgil Griffis was Troop 71 of Starke will join 10:15. Bro. Shell was appointedby she will remain with us for a '

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I solemnized Friday, Jan. 25, at 8 all Boy Scouts across the nationin Supt. S. Hankerson to serve long time.OrdInation. .:. .
as assistant for the rest of the I
p. m. in the Highland Baptist observance of ,the 47th birth- Service
which he accepted and
Church. day of the movement. Accordingto year An ordination service for Fred
STARKE to do his best in the
FLA. The Rev. E. C. Harvey, pas- Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall, pledged Ellis, and an installation service

tor of North Side Baptist Church, special programs have been absence of the supt. Covenant for Ray Chasteen as deacons of
held at 11 m.I
meeting was a.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor officiated at the candlelight cere- planned for R. J. E. on Wednes- the First Baptist Church will be
B. T. U. at 5:30 p. m., Sis. Jenk- too. Every substantial forward
mony in the presence of the day and Thursday. Parents have held Sunday, Feb. 10, at the ,

Jefferson and Court Streets In'The Heart of Town immediate families. Mrs. Fred been ,invited to attend. Regular ins in charge. Evening worshipat evening hour. Friends from out in the better
step community means a
7 Communion given
m. was
Phone* Office 234 Pastorium 130 I Moore of Lawtey played the tra- meeting each Wednesday. Recent p. of town will be welcome.

ditional wedding march. guests who have given the boys to all by the pastor and officers. The Women's MissionaryUnion financial climate for this bank. Our local
Joan Jenkins, reporter.Presbyterian .
The bride is the daughter of helpful instructions and suggestions of the First Baptist
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson. The were Principal Eddie Church will meet Tuesday after- loans and our cooperation with home town

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. bridegroom's parents are Mr. Thomplcins and Deacon Willie Church noon .at 2 o'clock in the church. projects constantly prove the community

I and Mrs. Ernest_ Griffis of Rai- Green. Scout Master Marshall lain All members are asked to attend

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. need of more Den Mothers, Sunday-Sunday school, 9:45a. : I Mike Siprelle, son of Mr. and mindedness of this bank.FLORIDA .

Hear the Sunday ford.Maines Griffis gave his sister- volunteers are wanted at once. m.; morning worship, "The Mrs. Bill Siprelle, celebrated his
Morning Service WDVH at "
Church with an Open Door, 11
in-law in marriage, and Arthur Church News 10th birthday anniversary witha

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Griffis, grother of the bride- Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. a. m.; community religious cen- dinner party at his home, on
sus, 2 m.; youth fellowship 6
i groom, was best man. Rev. R. J. Washington pastor p. Sunday, Feb. 3. Afterward, he
Boch her sister's p. m.; evening worship, "A Parable and his at
Mrs. Daisy was held regular communion serv- about 7:30 guests, Buckey Bunce, ...., BANK STARKE
only attendant.Mr. ices starting with Sunday Schoolat Prayer, p. m. Jimmy Fox, and David Schaeffer -
cub scout lead-
and Mrs. Griffis are mak- 10 a. m., Supt. Irene Thomasin Monday-:joint went to the show in Starke.

ing their home in Starke. Mr. charge. Classes were taughtby ers' ,training session, First Meth- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foley, Member Florida National Group

FIRST Griffis is a carpenter, while his Mesdames Givens, Pullman odist Church, 7:30 p. m. from Maspeth, Long Island, are

LUTHERAN CHURCHWILL wife is employed at Big Dad and Thomas, review by the pas Wednesday-Prayer meeting guests at White Feather Court,
m.; Circle 1, Women of the
Manufacturing Company.Mr. p. having come to
tor. During the morning wor- Florida to look
HOLD SERVICES* AT OUR and Mrs. Frank Wells and ship services a soul stirring mes- Church with Mrs. Guy. Andrews,

i New Location daughters of Maitland, and Mr sage was presented by ,the pas- 8p.m.
and Mrs. Howard Miner and tor, two joiners, Master Petterson Thursday-Junior prac- .
tice, 3:30 p. m.; Circle 2ill
visited Mrs.
122 E. Washington St. (Near Walnut St.) sons of Jacksonville the weekend and Sis. Bessie Randolph. meet with Mrs. James Edgar, 8 II
Effie Miner during Another new member is Sister
Mrs. Mary ,Reddish had asguests Hilda Bell Morris, wife of Stew- p. m.; Circle 3 will meet with
Sunday Evening at 7:30 Mrs. J. R. Kite Starke Social
during the week Mrs. ard Marshall. Sister Morris and ; SUPER SPECIAL FOR 57 I
Mrs. Minnie Club will meet at 7:30 p. m. at
THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF LECTURES Nellie Osteen others will be baptized on the St. Edward's Catholic Church.
Szarleta, and Mrs. Louise Smithof Third Sunday Morning at 11:30a.

"The Lutheran Church and The Bible" Tampa, Mrs. Lu Norman of m. A glorious Love Feast washeld

Heilbronn, and Mrs.' Eve Godwinof last Sunday morning. At At The TabernacleSunday

Services Conducted By Starke.Mr. 7:30: p.m. Rev. Mosley of New
r and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Hope Baptist Church and his morning Bible 'classesat

Rev. A. F. GERBHARDT Pastor Kingsley Lake, and Mrs. Wilma congregation worshipped with us. the Tabernacle are always in-

I Bohannon and granddaughter. Holy Communion was given to teresting. The Adult Class, withB.

Margaret of Miami were visit- 477 persons. The second quarterly E. McRae as teacher, has just USED $ IN

ing the A. ,M. Blanchard family conference will be held Sun- completed the study of Romans.

on Saturday.Mrs. day with Dr. A. W. Bowles in The Young People's Class, under

Hear Rev James Sims Sunday Night, 8 P. M.\ Cecil Whitehead and charge starting with service on the supervision of Mrs. Florence I

daughters, and Mrs. E. M. Futch Friday night at 7:30. Rev. Hipple, get their lesson by i 24 UP

made combined business and Flannelgraph. Six new pupils !
Pastor's a Gaorge Lee and congregationthe 1 TV'S q
Subject 11 A. M.
pleasure trip to Jacksonville OP were enrolled last Sunday.Communion

Sunday. Community Church service at was observed sun-

Mrs. H. H. Hamilton and Mrs. the Starke Elementary Cafetorium day morning and an appropriate

Church Lynn Hamilton were shopping in in Starke on Sunday after- message was brought- by the
HamptonSunday Gainesville on Saturday.Rev. noon.Mr. sponsor. Sunday evening the same

and Mrs. W. R. Mills Jr. and Mrs. Edwin Padgett speaker presented the "Four

and family of Jacksonville were spent the weekend with Mr. and Testings of Abraham for dis

School 10 A. M. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Padgett and cussion. I

O. J. Anders.Mr. family in Jacksonville.Mr. .
Training Union 7 P. M. and Mrs Paul Dinkins of and Mrs. A. J. Starlingand GOSPEL SINGING rniiAo
"Hour of Power" "'ed. 8 P. Ml: : a St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. H grandson, Bobby were week: The public is invited to enjoy, C. SHEPHERDSTARKE.
J. Cox and Miss Adel Dinkinsof
end guests of the Ralph Higgin- with the members of the Johns .

"Cr>sade For Christ" Jacksonville spent Sunday at botham family in Baldwin.Mr. town Baptist Church an eveningof

the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Spon- gospel singing by the Favorite

Sat. 6:30-6:-15 A. M WRUF and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. holtz and family of Jacksonville, Melody Quartet of Knoxville FLORIDA
Terry Futch and Leslie Phil- and, Troy Norman and Mrs. Susie Tenn. on Sunday Feb. 10, at

MARVIN\ E. FAILE, Pastor t, lips made a business trip to Norman of Starke were Sun- 7:30 p. m. The church is locatedon RADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERS

Chattahoochee on Monday. day guests of Mrs. Lulu Norman Highway 23 between Lake I

Rev. E. W. Wilkinson attended and the C. s. Mosely family. Butler and Raiford. i ,

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-- FRTOAY FEBRUARY! i 1957 -

Council Adopts _-_ -& I .... .
I .- _L .
4 :
Keystone Residents
I S Urged To Join
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+ .
New Policies For p.- d '. '1r.

City EmployeesContinued .-, 0. S S S J :' SS .,I Fight Against Receding Lake Levels

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( from Page 1) 1 ;, _

Residents and owners of property stone area to stabilize the level _
pipes for water line projects on and I
4 businesses in the Key- of numerous lakes. Such action
north U. S. 301 and bids on sew- stone
n Heights area are urgedto is of vast importance, it
er pipe for the project on east t take was
4 an active interest in the said, to hundreds of farmers in
Call street. All the bids were H -. critical situation caused by the the four-county area, and also to
will .
taken under advisement S : ? receding of water level in lakesof the thousands of persons who
: .
probable action to be taken at the S I that vicinity. There has already the lakes for recreational use

next meeting.A S -- been much property dam-, poses. pur

committee agreed to examine I 5' : age as a result of this condition.

in the Saratoga o Three of action Although the watersheds would _ _
an area 31 T L courses are be constructed with federal
Heights vicinity which was of- ; suggested to those concerned: funds, the applications must be ___

fered by Demetree Builders for I t,, ( r J ( 1) Attend the meeting of the approved by the Soil Conservation -

use as a playground. j : Lake Brooklyn Association, Board before
being forwarded

Councilman Joe Andrews III I i 5, S S. Saturday night, Feb. 16, at 7:30 to the U. S. Department of

listed sections of several roads \ )PP S o'clock in the Woman's Club, Agriculture.It .

for the city crews to clear off Keystone Heights and learn

brush and asked City Clerk Carl about the progress being made is estimated that Brooklyn
several land- -- Lake is around 18 feet below its
Johns to write to toward restoring the normal
55' i high water level.
owners asking them to either level of Lake Brooklyn. Several smaller
-- lakes in the area have
clear some fence rows and lots ", __ >fZ.:1: S-1 SQUEEN ':':; nl.4."kj. ;__, Give Support almost
owned by them or have the city 2)) Give your support by join- completely disappeared.The .
YOURSELF" dance committee netted more for the polio SYLVIA PAULK In center surrounded
A "DO. IT poses prettily by problem is
clear the land and bill the own- ing this civic organization. widespread.

ers. fund by manning the snack bar and hopping tables at the annual. runners-up In the'annuall\larch of Dimes Queen contest (I-r) Nancy 3) Help to organize a much Residents of the Twin Lakes area

Tennis Courts March of Dimes bail in the USO last Saturday night. Dr. T. G. Dimes Dances Bates, Flora Slade, and Hilma Tanner. The four queen candidates I needed civic group having a near Valdosta, Ga. are attempting

The Council agreed to have Ritch and Postmaster G. J. McGrlff Jr., complete with aprons, jug- wide scope around the Keystone to raise $8,000 to drill a deep

posts put up at the tennis courts gle trays in foreground, as three charming waitresses, Nina. Rabb, Net Polio Fund netted around $650, while the ,USO. dance cleared more than $400 Heights area, which could be in- well that would produce some

near the Boy Scout hut to keep Margaret McGrlff, and Mural Gardner stand at left. Counting cub Maxie JCarter Jr., Bradford County chairman, announced yesterdaythat strumental in promoting many 2,000 gallons of water per minute _

cars from going across them and Edmondson and ball drive receipts now stand at $3,300. The county quota this year needed projects and improve- in an effort to raise the levelof
receipts at right are Lil Bishop, Mary Close To $1,100 Long Pond.
surface. ments. Engineers said
damaging the Rabb Dot was $5,000 and Carter hopes that a last minute push by all volunteer the
chairman, Virginia Smith. Behind snack bar are Harry At pump would add 30
Voted to take bids on a 3-4 }a meeting in Jacksonville inches of
workers will put the drive over the top.
ton power line truck and a separate and Bill Powell Fain and Ilarven'Bateman.Airs. this week the State Soil Con- water in three months time.
.. .

Council utility Chairman body. T. C. (Cliff) Junius SmithIs Council Studies BHS Teams Win 'Record Number Of Cases HandledAs of servauon the Keystone Board pledged area watershed support Rafuse Named

Hazen Jr. directed that the reports project as outlined by senator

of the three insurance DoubleheaderCage Tom Adams of Orange Park.
agents making separate surveysof Chairman Of Adams explained to the Board Lawtey MarshalL.
County Judge Holds Plea-Dav
the city's insurance be pre- Red Cross DriveMrs. Parking ProposalFor Contests that the water level in the Key-
sented at the next Council meet- V stone Heights lakes region reser- P. Rafuse was appointed

:ng. Feb.| 19. One case was set for trial, eight tenced to a $50 fine or ,15 days in voir for most of Northeast Flo- City Marshal of Lawtey at a

Junius M. Smith was Courthouse The Bradford High Tornadoes defendants pleaded guilty; an or- jail for driving a truck lacking rida's water supply, is currentlyat meeting of the Lawtey Council

Foot Specialists named this week as chairman of .. I in a nip and tuck battle Tuesday der was issued for the arrest of a proper directional signals. Judge its lowest level in history be- Monday night. He succeeds D. B.

the 1957 Red Cross fund drivein I night edged out the Santa Fe defendant who failed to appear, Yawn warned the owner of the cause of prolonged drought con- (Dick) Thomas who resigned

To Visit Starke Bradford County. The an- Two County commissioners and Rebels by a score of 57-53. and about 65 bonds estreated as truck, Franklin Bell, to obtain the ditions. >' several weeks ago and entered

nouncement was made by E. L. .Sheriff P. D. Reddish appeared The Rebels stayed within up- County Judge T. A. Yawn held proper equipment for the opera- Petitions Issued the service station business in

Representatives of Dr. Wm. Matthews, Bradford County before the City Council Tuesday set distances of the BHS lads bon_plea day last Thursday. The tion of the truck. County Commissioners in the Lawtey.The .

M. Scholl. noted foot authority,, chapter chairman, who said that night with a request for addi- all during the games except fora Judge said this was the most cases "Next time the case will be four counties most concerned new marshal was employed -

will hold a special foot relief in head- tional parking spaces for Court- short time in the fourth quarter to be presented on any plea day made against you," the judge said. (Bradford, Clay, Putnam, and on a straight salary basis of

demonstration at Alvarez Storein Mrs. Smith's experience -I house use and a suggestion to when the local boys forged since taking office. "The legislature made these requirements Alachua) have petitioned the $300 per month. He will be uni-

Starke on Thursday, Feb. 14. ing previous drives assures success |increase the number of parking 10 points ahead. But with one The case of L. E. Ratiff, for a purposes=-to federal government to construct formed and will drive a marked

Dr. Scholl's representatives will of the 1957 campaign. spaces along Court street. minute to go in the contest charged with using profane protect the people who use the dams and reservoirs in the Key- car, it was said.

arrive in a special mobile unit Bradford County's quota has H. A. Bishop Jr., serving as Santa Fe had again closed the language in the home of J. A. highways."

and will give special PedographFoot been set at $3,224, which includes spokesman asked the Council to gap to 5553. Then Starke made McKinney in Graham, was set for Willie Perry, Negro, was fined

Tests.CHARLEY. an emergency fund of $219 rep- allot three spaces for the use good on two free throws and trial in the next term of County $25 or 10 days for driving a pulp- Sell It Rent It Trade

resenting the local chapter's of the sheriff and hia deputiesand brought the score to its final I Court slated to begin on the wood truck'without the proper

share of aid for flood victims in I three places for courthouse total. second Monday in April. Ratliff type of license.

eastern Kentucky, Virginia, West'I' visitors. Commissioner Harold Reason Kirkland was high I pleaded not guilty to the offense LOAD TOO WIDE WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Virginia, Tennessee, and other'I Norman appeared with Bishop. man scoring 17 points. Charles! which was alleged to have taken Jacon B. Gadsden Jr. pleaded _

Southern states. More than 15- Bishop also suggested a planto Noegel followed closely with 161 place on Dec. 24. guilty to a charge of carrying an

000 families have already been I dea'gnate the street as a one- points and Jimmy Hobbs made 12 Judge Yawn issued an order for overwidth load on his truck and Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

affected, and more are being ad- way northbound street with points. Carl Busbee to be taken into custody was sentenced to a $25 fine or 10
angular parking on both sides days in 10! WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTIOTT . SOe
ded daily. after the defendant failed to jail.

===_ :- %-4 : The chairman also announcedthe required. This would make room win The girls Santa made Fe it a defeat-double appear to answer a traffic charge. Zack Anders, of Starke, was : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2Kf
for about twice as cars as over by
appointment of Guy Andrews many the Busby had not posted bond but fine $1 and ordered to pay $17 in I ADDITIONAL FOR BLWD ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IS ADVANCE:
as American Red Cross advance can now be parked under the ing visiting girls had been deleased on his own re- costs after pleading guilty to fish- ni! rorT OF 15 PER CENT en! TWO OH MORB "UF.RTIn"
Jackie Prevatt set the with
parallel system, he said. pace
without license. The
1957 cognizance. ing judge or-
for the
chairman --
gifts 26 points and Sandra Strickland
The Council agreed to study
Donald Koko- WORTHLESS CHECK dered Anders to obtain a license I FOR RENT Five room furnished
drive, and Rev. made 18 points. NEED OF apartment 624 N.
the proposal. WHEN IN Church St.
moore as chapter chairman of J. W. O'Bryan was sentencedto before leaving the courthouse. Apply 518 N. Church St. Phone
I Mra Ruby Johns questioned The next home game is expected lola LANDSCAPINGFILL 175-W.
publicity. 60 days in the County jail after Littler Negro, was sen- tfcbg
closely the feasibility of alloting to be a thriller with both tenced to $35 or 10 days after
pleading guilty passing a
Preliminary plans for the for visitors. DIRTor APARTMENT FSR RENT on Madi-
three places the boys and girls meeting
pleading guilty to recklesss driving -
worthless check. But Judge Yawn son St. Apply at Gays Home
drive, which starts March 1, were I "Do thins the three Green Cove'Springs Tuesday, Appliance. Phone 10.
E. JOHNS & SON you really said that imposition of the sentence on the left side of the road and DISKINGW. tfchg
made at a luncheon for key workers places would be available?" she night. In their last tilt with the would be withheld if improper passing.
"My, daughter expects to display at the home of Mrs. Smithon asked.: She predicted that the Green Cove lassies the Starke O'Bryan made restitution on the .RECKLESS DRIVING fltZBox245DA1tOnBPHWE. L. Elrod Furniture PURNITURB. Co.
in the three girls won by only one point. Phone 43. tfcb.
; parking privileges Towney Gibert Kennard
her gifts at her wedding St. Clair St. at noon Wednes- check and paid $20.30 in costs. was I 297-J
day. spots would be abused. Tonight (Friday) the boys will The defendant asked for,leniency, fined $35 or 10 days after plead- UNFURNISHED Apartment three
reception One hates to be Mra Johns also questioned if play Bolles in Jacksonville and saying that he had just completeda ing guilty to reckless driving by StartLe Fla. rooms with refrigerator and space

suspicious, however, does experience other businesses would resent the the girls will play St. Augustine 900 day term for nonsupportand excessive speed. heater.. Mr.Also and furnished Mrs. W. IL apartments Noll--

show that it is wiseto !Independents Win consideration. in St. Yawn withheld KEY- man, 228 W. Madison.
Augustine. Saturday night had to pay a certain,amount Judge disposi- 3% PAID ON SAVINGS tfchg
carry insurance to cover I I I Councilman Joe Andrews III the girls will again be away of money each week to his wife tion of a case against Willard I STONE STATE BANK FLA.-. MEMBER KEY--
the many expensive gifts W. E. Criswell set a sizzling favored going "along with the from home for a game with I. and children. I Williams, Starke taxi company FDIC.WANTED RADIOS TENTH REPAIRED AJTSITERSABT
I the commission" on the allot- Baldwin. with All Mik. ....
while on display?" pace Wednesday night to leadStarke's Robert L- Sedberry, 19, of. owner charged allowing an 509 new Bottled Gas flemish All
Basketballteam ment of the parking spacesBishop Jacksonville was sentenced to $25 unauthorized person to drive a cab. Customers. Low Installation coat. CHAS.Ckarcea C. SHEPHERD- rvaraatee*

Independent also suggested that the Dr. SeidenspinnerTo fines or 10 days in jail on each of Williams pleaded guilty to the Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod ttchg 70S W. Call St. Stark Pk. 238
to a 48-36 win over the city police help courthouse employees of Furniture Co.
three charges after pleading guiltyto charge letting a 16-year-old boy

Charley E. Johns&SollAgellcy Lake City Independents. in keeping unauthorized Head ProgramAt all of them. The youth was without a chauffer's license drive !1 INCH I at TELEVISION Dahm rB.* console tfehg 111dnwn FOR wlt SALE bookcase- One aides.extra Call large 134-J.desk

Criswell scored 26 points. Nextin persons from using the parking Park-of-Palms charged with driving a truck for him. -_ tfchg

line were A. Q. Smith and pace in the rear of the building.In without a tag and with having an The case against the boy was WANTED Waitress. Apply B &

Townsend Strickland, each with discussing the congestion, I Dr. Charles Seidenspinner, improper license to drive the transferred to the juvenile docket .-G-_Truck Stop Restaurant tfcng FOR bungalow RENT, -plenty Five of room built-in block

6 points. The Lake City team Bishop said there were 23 em- president of Southeastern Bible I vehicle. Sedberry was arrested on and the judge said Williams' case (... .. 1.41. Povuie.. cabinets and closets. Shower,
ployees in the Courthouse with heard at the time.A BLOOMING AZALEAS screened porch, carport. Two
will come to Starke next Wed- College, Birmingham, Ala., will Jan. 4 while driving a pulpwoodtruck would be same .:.00 room _cottage in rear. Desirable
tf'e to
I for return bout' only a 30 by 30" parking spaceto in Bradford County. forgery case against Willie Plant PRICED location. 719 Laura St. Phone 137.
nesday night a head up the Conference program GREATLY REDUCED
Phone 13 Starke, Fla. with the Koch Drug Store spon- serve them.Churches. scheduled for Park-of-the Palms ANOTHER TRUCKThe James, Negro, was dismissed after lot. of 25 to 100 tfchff

sored driver of another pulpwood James made restitution and paid Asal*. .Iat'e 1590 FOR SALE Five room house on
boys. Keystone Heights Sun-
BELVEDERE AZALEA 2 lots on St. Clair St. Contact
., Slate day, Feb. 10. and continuing until truck. Harold Starling, was sen- $42.05 in costs. Yi1rnrW. AND NURSERY Mrs. Adele Hicks, % O. L" C@rcy.
---- --- Orange Park, Fla. %
m m a m m mK* Friday, Feb. 15. Dr. Seiden,I PAtLKE EARLE COLLINS 4tp /1

Survey Sunday spinner is an able Bible teacherof I Health Card Rule Social Security P. O. Bo* 168 Earlt'to. FU. FOR RENT Four room furnished

national reputation, and. Agent Slates SALE Two 1957 House house, car port and utility room
brings a timely presentation of I Told By Official FOR Trailers. I 36 ft. with 2 bed- on Brownlee Walnut, Apt.St. Inquire 2. at:ZIp 504 2/15 E.
Starke churches Sunday after Visit In StarkeA rooms. 1-2:! ft. with 1 bedroom.
Service the Word. fielL Lone
TV "" Will sacrifice. Must
noon will begin their annual
Dr. Homer Hammontree and Palm Trailer Park. Hiway SCI room furnished
community religious survey in a Hotel and restaurant employees representative of the Gaines- North "cng apartments with private bath
Rev. Paul Beckwith will also -be Gardenia Tourist Home.
special effort to urge the peopleof here through the week. Dr. such as maids, waitressesand ville Social Security office will FOR SALE Baby bed with inner- 2tchg 2/15
Starke to affiliate and become kitchen personnel must have be in the court room of the spring and wetoroof mattress.
Hammontree is a well-known in- Phone Padeett. 29. ItrhgFLonm PEANUT HAY FOR SALE H. M. _
part of one of the local churches. health cards, Frazier Shaw court house in Starke at 10 a.
and director of Pussey. Fort White Fla. Stp %/1
All Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates Plans for the survey were madeat hymn composer spector with the State Hotel m. Thursday, Feb. 14, for the \ RKn.T'roo OF
music Bible Instituteof
the January meeting of the at Moody Commission said this week. Shaw purpose of conducting social security STARKB OFFERS FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfur-

Fully Equipped -- Dependable Starke Ministerial Association.I Chicago for many years. Mr. said he has found many viola- business. Santa Ffr Lake front Jotn ,wfcll Phone nished 218.house.Mrs. Mundorff.Newly painted.ltchg

All Makes and Models with areas of the city assignedto Beckwith is a talented pianistand tions of this law in Bradfordand Persons who desire to make her lant Termn.Is .
several FOR RENT
soloist and served Furnished 4-room
: the various churches. other counties under his application for social security retirement \er. farm and T.ry rood hoaw. apartment with private bath. 833
The assignments are: First years as a director of the Inter- jurisdiction. or survivors benefits, Priced to Sell. Term." N. Temple Ave. Phone 52-J. tfchg

Baptist Church, from Temple Varsity Christian Fellowship. Shaw warned that if employersdo secure social security account FLORIDA REALTY CO.
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV FOR RENT 3 room furnished
Services will be held at 11 a.1m. .
avenue to the railroad east and not take steps to have their numbers, or get any other social Of Starke apartment Utilities furnished.
west and from the railroad westto ., 3 p.m., and 8 p.m. on Sunday employees meet these require- security information are invitedto Telephone .W I Private entrance. Mrs. L. D.
Radio .- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone each week-day morning at 355 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Green Raiford Rd. 2tchg 2/4
the south be the
Orange street on I ments, charges will brought see representative at the
Starke Fla.Don't 9:30 and at 8 : -
239 side of Call Street. p.m. on Monday, against them. He said that the time of his visit WARRANTY GAS HOT FOR SALE 1942 Willys Jeep
Church-The Tuesday, and Thursday. The 15 5 YEAR Wholesale $59.95. 4-wheel drive. Call Jax RA
Airpark Baptist employers are usually given Water Heaters.
northeast section of Starke, from public is cordially invited. days after being notified of the W. C. T. U. Call 121. Stchg 3/1 43991. tfchg

Pratt street north and from I violation to correct the error. I AGNEW WINDOW CLEIM>0 FOR RENT Three room furnished

b- : -- I Temple avenue east. I Negro Man HeIdi If nothing is done they will oe WESTBROOK PEGLER SAIDTHAT I Moved from 339 to N. Cherry St. apartment 383 N. Cherry- private St. Phone bath.425-J.Apply

First Christian Church The I called before the commission for "TilE LIQUOR INDUSTRY 31 W. South St. Back of Winn-Dixie 4tp 2/2J

area between Pratt street on the In Shooting CaseA I I a hearing. IS UNQUESTIONABLY W S Ae-new Phone H-"? FISH BAIT FOR SALE Earth

north Temple avenue on the east. I Shaw said that one of the THE MOST DEGRADING IN- FOR SALE One Guernsey cow Worms at 806 Pin St. James
Forget srrruTioN WE HAVE." coming fresh with second calf. Dommon In Reno. The price is
Madison street the south and
on major requirements to obtain a Fr nl Miller. Fait on Rrt. 16 Itn right, come on. 2tp !/I
Negro man was charged (FLORIDA WHITE RIBBON
Orange street on the west. card is a TB x-ray.
Episcopal Church-The home! with assault with intent to mur- NEWS.) FOR SALE Good quality baled FOR SALE- Corner of Walnut and
der another Negro this week PanKola Hav. Reasonably priced. Brownlee Sts. 3 lots 8, 9. 10. I
on Cherry and Church streets Doyle E. Conner Tns. Agency, bungalow. 1 duplex and 1 metal
OUR FAMOUSROAST and connecting streets. and the case certified over to 2 Men Hold Up NOTICE TOPATIENTS Phone !Q5 or HW.1t"h garage. Known as the A. H.
Circuit Court after a preliminary Green property. For Information.
Methodist Church The area OF FORIRRiniTIOV S.IM call Mrs. A. F. Sauls phone 183-
from Orange street west This hearing before County Judge T. Restaurant HereTwo SYSTEM W, 633 McMahone St. tfchg
(mnlete with motor Dump and 38
includes the Pine Haven subdivi- A. Yawn. DR. HOUPT pieces of pine-20 ft. aluminum pipe

BEEFDINNER sion and the Saratoga Heights The defendant, Odell Bright. men held up the K & J and connection Joints. $C.Tno,F.00 J"Rtp-*nv- WANTED RESS. Appy EXPERIENCED in person at Garden WAIT
Interested contact
section. was charged with shooting Rob- Restaurant on south U. S. 301 It will be necessary for me to one man or Edwin W. Peck phone 474-J. RestaurantS No telephone Calls.

Presbyterian Church Water ert Taylor Sunday afternoon in last Friday night escaping with I be put of the State for a periodof Starke. Itch* tfchg.

street and St. Clair street and Lawtey. Testimony at the hear about $100, Sheriff P. D. R two weeks starting Saturday, FOR RENT-Fou* r<">m furnished THREE BEDROOM HOME FOR
the connecting streets. ing indicated that the disputewas dish said. d-I Feb. 9. During my absence Dr. house. Apply JOS S. Wate St SALE 606 Pinewood Drive. _
ItcheFOR Pinehaven Subdivision.
2tp %/15a
Gospel Tabernacle-The south- about the use of Taylor's After taking the money at gunpoint Robert Beckwith of Tallahasseewill '

east section of starke, from the car. the men sped away in a handle all medical and sur- SALE F.ne-lI-h Ford 4 FOUND Florida Southern College -

railroad east and from Call According to Taylor's testimony ]- black DeSoto. The sheriff said gical patients.Dr. I. door.Phone Mechanically 1%1. Excellent. $150 ItpW H. Owner ring. Class may of have 1939.by Initials paying!
With All The -
I Trimmings street south. the two men spent most of roadblocks were thrown up but Beckwith graduated from for this ad. Apply Bradford
I 'VT TO BUY OR RFVT TTsedt County Telegraph.
the weekend in Gaines the thieves famil- Chicago College of Osteopathic Itchg
together evidently were "no In "oM r" i AT PersuaderCircuit ville, traveling in Bright's car. iar with the county and were Medicine and Surgery in 1936 'n. H. H. Hamilton, Box 4-A.Itn FOR RENT New garage apart
When it was time to return, able to elude the law enforce- and received his surgical training ment, two bedrooms. Size of

Judge George L. Pat- Taylor said, Bright could not be ment officers. under Dr. 'John S. Hull In FOR BEX1" -.Hon eVe*nlnf *n rt.mtntf. modern Phone 134-J.home. Couple desired.
II Very r" "op We. T.lrht tfchg
ST. EDWARDS PARISH HALL ten during a recent trial foundit found so he took the car and Paytona Beach. He was electedto and wil''r tur..l.ltl'Ct."It v, ('*>frrr.
to the specta- returned to Lawtey. head the Surgery Clinic of St' Phone 2 IS or 4I3-J after Itn. FREE OF COST. Choice of beauti.
X. necessary quiet Cub Pack 70 of .", "..h ful 30 or 50 piece chest of Stainless -
tors but had only a pen with Sunday night. Bright walked Chicago College OsteopathicCollege Steel Tableware. Guaranteed

which to rap for order. Though into, the house in which Taylorwas There will be a meeting of of Medicine and Surgeryfor FOR RFAT 1,_ .rnfnrvichei.. rf fntnrnniq ..- No 50 years. Write for formation ,
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21ST six h 11 and for the
; the judge's words were very effective visiting, charged that Taylor the Committee members and Den years past (,_ii ii-w or Inquire a. 70' ?*. Starke. ZIp /U _
year has been chief surgeon of VoVoKnn O n 'MS
the pen was of little "didn't do me right" and Mothers of Cub Park 70 at the

pulled a pistol on him. Taylorhit First Methodist Church recrea- Doctors Hospital in Tallahassee (1R1"P.T: und Pnew ..,,,,,.e" Work HELP male WANTED-Male- Man and Fe-
help.The Dr. Beckwith will be call .. ... or woman to take
630: TO 900 P.M. judge was provided recently Bright's hand, he testified, tion building on Monday Feb. I on fI"'An n ; jn r.. Rn
I for all types of medical and sur- p..a. Ricks. Rt. 1 T tomers In Starke. Weekly
by the County Commission and the bullet struck his hand 11, at 7:30. p. m. Dr. John Ward '11:7-4.: Rts'4. tfehr of $$0.00 or more at start profits
gery'ca."es' POI-
I with a persuasive helper in and ,right hip. Scout executive, will be here during my absence sible. No car or other investments
from Starke. FOP: SALE 1'54 F"rd Dirk naeeua2. Will
quieting courtrooms a heavy Bond for Bright was set at to answer questions and discuss I Dr. C. J. Houpt ilk* r..... Pass used so n ear Started. Write C. R.help Ruble you, Dept.get
\ gavel. 1000. problems in Scouting.! New I**? U* Reasonable Pri' F-t. The.J. R. Watkins Company;
A. C. Slade Maxrille. Up Memphis 2. Tenn. Up

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