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: March 15, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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County Publication Established 1879



SWISH SISTERS Termed Unsafe . a

PROMENADE I Schools i :

All Sisters of the Swish

who hate their Centennial Rundown And I
costumes completed are + UnsanitaryChief kF1I, ,i..p .
asked to meet at the Cham-
office at .
bet of Commerce --
4 pan. Saturday for a -

Call"mass Street.promenade" down Carpenter Reports .$769,500 Needed' To Bring I PRINCIPAL IL B. Ingram points to ,crumbling HUGE CRACK ,In masonry on north end of Law

Mrs. Jim Cha&teen, Swish cement steps and ,gaping cracks. in front door of, tey Junior High is pointed out by student Emory

chairman said that ,this On Fire Hazards At BHS .Up To Par; Proposals Made Lawtey School through which daylight may be Eunice. Just another sign that the building is in

gathering will be a featureof seen. Air leaks such as these add greatly to the dire need of major repairs

Starke's first "dm' up" Schools in Bradford County are in a sad state of disrepair cost of heating.
The lack of fire fighting and safety devices at Bradford .
Saturday, when all citizens, and unsanitary and unsafe conditions abound becauseof }

men and women alike, are High School was termed the "most shocking" condition lack of maintenance. In addition to this Brad- r
asked to wear their Centennial among the findings of the Citizens (Council for Better proper = r ___
ford High School is in danger of l losing its accredited stand- _
finery thoughout Schools. In this report Starke Fire Chief D: W. Carpenter ,
ing and the County is fourth from the bottom in starting
the day. describes the conditions he found at the school.
"We felt that it, would, teacher pay in the state, making it difficult to hire qualified I

be more Impressive if'e March 9th 1957 teachers. _
two of the second section of
and tooka
all got together Starke, Florida These conditions were bared to
this issue of the
little stroll Sirs. Chas- Mr. J. W. Andrews III, ChairmanFire the public Tuesday night as the t-:2
". that Conditions
teen' said. hope Committee Citizens Council for Better Repeated
most of the Sisters have Schools reported for two hourson The same story was heard over
their costumes ready and Starke City Council the results of their studiesof again for each school in >the -. f S I e 7 v qP.' -

will Join in the fun." Dear Mr Andrews: - ,- the school needs as a basis county by the audience which SL' x

'In accordance with your instructions, i nave recejuiy for finding a remedy to the desperate nearly filled the elementary fad,

Centennial Plans made a complete inspection of the Bradford High Schopl financial plight of the school cafetorium fire haz- i' .

main building and cafeteria and find them to be in the fol- schools. .. ards, building repairs needed, elec- P-L_

lowing condition: The conclusion jof the Coun- tric wires exposed, unsanitaryand

To Gain SpeedPlans 1. The fire escape from the second story is in unsafe cil was that $169,500 in additionto inadequate toilet facilities, r--Ji: ;
poor service.
condition. The exit door leading to the fire escape, is nailedup present appropriations is need- In solution
a the
ed to correct the deficiencies and < .
and not in use. }problem:! the views of the coun- pitl ", x
for ,Starke's Centennial, meet the minimum annual requirements -
2. There fire extinguishers in the,'buildings.
witha are no of the schools. ty's legislators and officials were
May 5-11, will get underway
full head of steam early next 3. The local fire alarm system is out of order and Details of the findings of the heard, prompted by questions ,....

week when a representative of the therefore not in use. To my knowledge, there have been no Citizens Council are included in from the audience. INNEX building with exposed heating pipes and WINDOW FRAMES rotting from lack of paint

Rogers Company arrives to remain fire drills held in the past four or five years. a full page advertisement on pageto Special guests attending the ]broken shingle siding typify desperate need for are shown by Lawtey teacher, Mrs. l S. Beebe. .

on the scene until the cele- 4. ELECTRIC SYSTEM: meting were state Sen. Charley ,maintenance at Lawtey school. Glass panes are loose and need to be re-puttied. .
bration comes to a successful There are no lights at all in I Begin Operating Tuesday E. Johns, Rep. Doyle E.'Conner, .

of the rooms. Wall switch County Commissioner Lawton ..
climax. some
r i. -'
Guy Anderws Centennial chair- plates are missing and wires are I Crawford, Tax, Assessor Gene ,_ ....,''<; iJI 1< to '

man, said that all committee exposed in open outlet boxes in Officials Of New Bank Take OathIn Thornton Long'and School Board members -' 'If ,1t. < z.i: :;
Johns. Ethan
Sapp and
activities will be stepped up after several: places. A number of wall Ss ,
the arrival of the Rogers repre- switches do not operate properly. W. C. Powell. ii 1- I. {_. I I:1lw.

sentative. "They have helped There ,are several extension -. Last Resort ..
Readiness For DateStarke's i
stage thousands of these events cords, that should not be issue, Opening On the Council's last resort .
and will show us how to developours such as in the hallways operat- recommendation that "a fair ; .

into the biggest celebrationin ing drinking fountains, in chemis- evaluation be placed on homes ,
new Community State see that all of the statutes SM
Starke's Andrews and land for the purpose of tax-
history try lab operating refrigerator
Bank this week made final preparations have been adhered to. "
ing them, Sen. Johns asked a ,
and (too
lights appliances
said.The many to swing into operationnext The banking hours on Tuesdaywill : .r. iaii
announcement of Mrs. being used from one ceiling i. show,of hands from the audience v. .
week as finishing touches be from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. .
to determine the will of then
Leila Munday to serve as chair-
were put on the new building. to give citizens of the area a
man of the Centennial Queen con- CAFETERIA AND HOME EC to people on whether or not they II&A
The directors in acquainted -
were sworn
test was announced this week. KITCHEN: !I "want their homes taxed." He
Monday in a ceremony in which with the banking conveniencesand q
Andrews said, that rules of the When all appliances are work- the oath was administered by begin banking relations with said felt it was the intention of
contest will be announced soon circuit breakers cut out the Homestead law that homes i
ing, the County Judge T. A. Yawn. After the new institution.An 1141tlftili l'9 _
and that business: firms, civic not be taxed. .
too often. This indicates to me .-
the "open house" is scheduledfor .
taking procedures the '
and towns in- About 40 people indicated ,- ,
groups nearby are that the circuits are either too they +
officials held a directors meet- Sunday afternoon from 2p.m )" f, a
vited to sponsor candidates in small or they are overloaded. until 6 p.m. were willing} to submit "to sucha
the contest. Mrs. Mundy will be I 5. Rubbish and trash should ing.William tax for the bettermemVof., the '. C c flit
4 After at"
the.initialdayot..operatlons ROTTED' ROOF section Junior Highshows ,
Lawtey K'tf:
assisted by Mrs. HoganSmith. be removed" 'from between the i S. Terry, 'cashier and schools: To thequestion of "how \ .
executive officer of the bank, Tuesday the Community how lack of paint and ordinary repair have ;tj _
Alvarez Store was jthe first walls in rear of wash rooms. Bank will be many do not want their homes --' w 41 1II'T --"
establishment to blossom out said this week that the bank open during the taxed," only two or three raised resulted in extreme damage. Entire roof pow
This is meant for accessto
space customary bank hours in Starke. FIRE ESCAPE at Bradford High School has been
will for business 8 i
open at a.m.i
with a historical window display plumbing and not for storing. their hauls. needs replacing. .
Bradford County's State Sen. Condemned and exit door is boarded Not
Tuesday pending up. a
and other business approval of
places are The rubbish in boiler room of Charley E. E. L. Matthews, publisher of
urged to follow suit. W'B. Sewellis old canning kitchen building State Comptroller Ray E. Green. new financial Johns institution is head of the the Telegraph, said that it should single fire extinguisher h in the Molding. f

chairman of the historical win should be removed. The (''practice Green will make his inspection, is cashier and executive, officer Terry he made clear! in the question .

dow committee, and is assisted in the past has been to pick up as required by law, on Monday and B. F. Boone is assistant that no one wants his home
1>y'Jim Chasteen and M. G. Mc paper and trash from the yard cashier. j taxed but as a last resort would.

Millan. Anyone who has objects and store same in the store room Arch Thomas Jr. Directors are S. D. Clark submit to this method rather
of historical interest is askedto than let the 1.k
under the stairs, sometimes in chairman of the stay in their ist .
contact one of this committee flamable containers. This board Johns, present condition. ,
Named President Stephen E. Simmons
Leila S.
and lend these articles for display should be; kept outside of Mundy, Thomas H. Slade. Pete Merritt Williams.- chairman of at d r
during the Centennial period building at all times. Of G. Felos Hollis V. the Council.* pointed out that the r
They will be catalogued and re- Rotary Club Knight and
council had suggested that the
6. The practice in the past E. M. Brinson. a. P
turned to the owner after' the has been to empty all waste paper .- tax on homes be used as a 41 t= .

celebration. .. [' baskets and trash and rub Arch Thomas Jr., Starke attorney method of raising revenue only I 4

A special souvenir plate is bish daily and burn this material and a past State Com Breakfast Set if attempts to pain relief from f'd

now being designed and will bte in mander of the the state legislature have proved
an open pit adjacent: American Legion,
available later Andrews said. I By Red CrossA _
It unsuccessful.
was elected hp
i to the cafeteria. There is no cover president Wednesdayof
will be a collector's item and of any kind on this pit preventingsmall the Rotary Club for the year Pot Sales Tax

will chow scenes of Starke, both children from falling in beginning July 1. E. S. Beebe was kick-off breakfast, sparking Rep. Conner seemed reluctantto ,

modern and old.Correction. and being burned. There is noth elected vice president.! P cked to the residential phase of the 1957 go along with the Council's Y

ing to prevent burning pape"rfrom serve on the new board of +directors Red Cross fund drive, will be held proposal for raising the present 4V

blowing out. There is alsoa j were: Harry M. HatcherJr. in St. Mark's parish house Tues- sales' tax to 4 per cent with the r 3

certain amount of garbage in ., E. L. Matthews, R. s. Mul- day, March 19, at 9:45: a. m., additional monev returned to the

In an article in last week's this pit, which causes a source lins, Freeman Register Jr., T. A. according to an announcement county on a per pupil basis to

Telegraph it was stated that of disease and flies. This condition Yawn Jr., and Donald Kokomoor.The yesterday by Mrs. Edward Burns, M used at the discretion of the

under the Starke electric code a should be corrected by eith club voted to sponsor a kickff chairman. School Board. |i ANTIQUE water fountain surrounded by wet,

person can install wiring on his er installing an approved closed dog derby and pet show to be James B. McCotter, field director Conner expressed the fear that I i slippery floor is another hazard at the Lawtey BOYS REST ROOM is littered and smelly, contains -
own property without permit. type incinerator or having all held later this month for the for the Jacksonville area, a proposal that the additional school. A serious could
injury easily result here.40YEAROLD .
This statement was in trash and in will 1 cent be ]I no soap or paper towels. Glrl'' facilitiesare
error. garbage put ap- .. benefit of the current Red Cross speak, and following the per redistributed on a
Private individuals are permittedby proved containers and picked up fund drive. The request vas made breakfast volunteer workers will proportionate basis would seta I almost! us bad.

the code to undertake wiring by the City Garbage Department. by Mrs. Junius M. Smith, chair- leave to make a house to house precedent which the larger

projects on their own property. I 7. The structural strength and man of the fund campaign, who canvas for Red Cross memberships counties could use to clamor fora

even though they are not licensed rigidity of the building seems to said that less than half of the in the residential districts. redistribution of ?the other 3 ...

electricians, but they must obtaina be good.. There is no evidence cf county's quota of $3,224 has been Mrs. H. H. Rabb" is chairman of per cent tax which now goes ,\

permit before beginning the pro severe leaks in the roof. raised to date. Harry M. Hatcher this phase of the campaign.The into the general fund and the .

ject. Before the power can be 8. The general appearance as Jr. will serve as chairman of this I 1957 Red Cross county race track funds which are k

turned on any project ''it must to cleanliness is bad. The floors \ event, which will be held in the quota is $3,224 and thus far only divided among the counties equal- sk :L _

pass inspection by the city. (Continued on Page 8)) high school stadium. around $1,300 has been raised. ly regardless. population. If +(iy .. i= t: r -iiI
those funds were redistributed \;..

Audit Report On County Officials then suffer""Bradford Conner said.County would Ai r l f F

I School Superintendent Harmor ,; j ef
Morgan said that the

Hospital Released By State. Board I.'Iposal' purpose was of to the obtain 4 per funds cent pro-that I a : : ,

are not
,j earmarked. In this way -
The annual audit of the Bradford of record were accounted for by I General and Road and Bridge' quested from the' foreman." these funds to counties build schools could use .

County officials was released remittances or cash on hand," and]i funds had. not been held within On other matters the audit the other could and tt
use them to
last week by the State Auditing that "expenses were properly the resources. Tax levies haJ! in- commented that "purchases were teachers, or for whatever pay ,
Department, including a review of supported." creased "over prier years due to usually supported by purchase pur- '

the first nine months of the opera County Clerk Charles A. Darby. increased valuations. Budgets were orders, but a majority of these (Continued on Page 8) / ',a ,,_, ...

tion of the Bradford County Hos- and the hospital coropration received -. properly prepared but the General purchase orders were written after "

pital Corp. compliments for good. fund and the Road and Bridge the invoice was received for the Back To School desks, used by Mrs Fred Mooreabove

The over-expenditure of the financial conditions and.management Fund were overspent in total. merchandise, and therefore did not Night ScheduledBy ( ) when she was, a school girl, are still in LACK OF SHADES or blinds rause seme student
General Fund and the Road and of finances. Records
were well kept. Depository serve either as a means of con use by pupils such as her son, Jimmy. Desk tops to sit in glare while others study in gloom becauseof
Bridge Fund the
-by County The report covered the period balances were adequately secured." trolling the budget expenditures PTA of BHSAn .
Commission, the Commission', July 1, 1955 through June 30, The over-expenditure in the or as an official order of purchase are scarred and dented from long years of service, dark ceilings. and lack of ,light bulbs! in anti-

practice of individual members 1956 for the offices of the clerkof budget amounted to $4,326.80, ,of authorized by the Board. opportunity for school making it impossible to write on them legibly. quated fixtures.

handling matters instead of the the circuit court, tax assessor, which $2,237.94 was in the General "Bids were 'generally secured patrons to see the condition of

full board, and the poor financial county judge and sheriff; the Fund and $2,074.11 in the when required with the exceptionof the buildings will be given Tuesday i Baseball Track
condition of the operating funds fiscal year ending Sept 30 1956 Road and Bridge Fund. Also accounted a used tractor and trailer which night, March 19, when the Programs Get Underway At High School I
of the School Board for the
were among County Commission the for in the overspent were purchased for $950 and High School PTA holds its annual
the criticisms of the auditors. fiscal: year ending June 30 1956 amount 'which .
was $14.75
resulted 3316.16 Back
respectively. to School night. The group Spring 'sports activities were at the University of Florida on McGriff was pleased to have,
Also noted were* small deficit for the School Board the period from the closing of an. "Invoices appeared to have been j will meet in the cafeteria at 7:30 launched this- week at Bradford March 30.Baseball. two experienced Browr
in the accounts of Tax CollectorJ. July 1. 1955 through July 31, 1956 inactive fund in the interest and 11 pitchers-
promptly paid after proper audit p. m., and parents will be allowed Higs School as 27 boys reported Coach Clifford' Mc- and McGee-return to the
R. Kelly, Tax Assessor Gene for the tax collector and the account. squad
sinking and approval, but did not bear to follow the"regular schedule to try out for positionson Griff predicted that with but
so said that main
Oct: many "the problem
Long and
County Judge T. A. period 1, 1955 through June Theaudit recommended that sufficient
information indicating of their children as it"would be the baseball squad and the boys there will be
Yawn. The turning out will be to develop a couple more
auditor noted that all 30, 1956 for the hospital. the system for handling road that
of goods purchased were re- on an average school day.Mrs. track team's training programwas "pretty good competition for each pitchers."
these deficts were made The audit report the indivi-
up on matters be changed by vesting ceived." '
Robert Chapman, president begun. Seven lettermen and
the position. Track Coach W. E. Criswell
following month. dual units included
: "the responsibility for the The
repair audit
that the
recordsof : said that the of The BHs baseball will several
Sheriff P. D. CommissionOf purpose season other boys who played said that a session to organizethe
Reddish, for County maintenance, "and construction of the Commission
whose and the this program is to permit pa open Friday, March 22, in an out some last but did not held
office a special audit was the Board of County Commission all roads in the road foreman minutes of the Board year earn team was .Monday and
meetingswere trons to meet the and town 'Palatka.
requested last year after he had the audit said: "The that he be required to keep a well kept"classification teachers of game against letters have returned McGriff training will get underway this
I been see the classrooms. AU parents The first home game will be
charged with
financial condition had
discrepancies improved. record
daily providing adequate and said.The week.
expenditures was are invited to attend whether Saturday March 23
received against lettermen Curtis McGee
| a favorable are -
had been
report. The Finances fairly well control' over the labor
generally fair, the filing systemwas Seventeen besides the
PTA members,, or not Fletcher. Joe John games
comments of the Harden
auditor included< managed with the serious excep supplies, and equipment, and thatmonthly adequate and '
1 statement that "all collections tion that expenditures of the be property TeThe executive board will meet The. track season will get underway Henry Richarde, Kenny Parrish, tournament have been lined up
progress reports re- (Continued
on Page 8) in the music; building at 7 p. m. with the Florida Relays Bill Alderman and Marvin Brown. for the baseball squad.


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.'...9............ fVV fff fl Ga. the end of this week; aftera train. She visited her soninlawand PAGE TWO FRIDAY
Letter To The St. Edward's Church MARCH 15 1937
Open month's visit here with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
HAMPTONBy sister-in-law, Mrs. Bynum Perk- Williams, in their new home in Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m.
Editor of The Miami HeraldDear ins.Mrs. the Manhattan subdivision in Holy day masses, 8:30 a.m. and .4757Sa4SaS7Ca. 44445a5a444, C7 c7 nn

Bin. D. E. lWJ&AAAAAAAAAA&&AAAA W. M. Slade,. :Mrs. V. J. Tampa 8:30: a. m.Children's. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Slade, Mrs. Donald Slade and Catechism Class each
Sir: Two new homes recehtlly completed EST. 1879
In your issues of March 3 you carried an AAAA' Miss Sylvia Starling spent last in the Hampton area are Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Keystone Heights
weekend in with' },{ and
Lynn r.
5 article captioned: DEPRESSION HITS NORTHFLORIDA. Storm Sewers Again those of.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank (At St. William's Chapel) e PUBLISHED 'CONTINOMSLY
Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr. and daughter. -,
The break-over carried the banner: Plague City CouncilFebruary's ., Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Truby (Follow Hiway 21 south to StWilliam's : UNDER THE SAM MASTHEAD.
extra rains
NORTH FLORIDA WALLOWS IN DEPRES- broughtto Slade, both located on the Silas Sign.)
an end Hampton city council's Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Mrs. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS
SION.In. holiday for storm sewer troubles, D. W. Swindell drove to Jackson- Johns road. Both families movedin MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE: AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
have done a Holy day masses,7:30 a. m. THI ACT OF MARCH S. I87S.
printing this article, you and this problem was the main ville on. Thursday of last week. last month.
\ Confessions before all Masses.
disservice to a great section of a great state. business at last week's. meetingof Mrs. Swindell received word that Mrs. Betty May of Hamptonis '4 5Z,25i'S- p52- r
You have also done a disservice to those to the council off March '5. her niece's husband,'Pres Oglesby, attending the FEA meeting in !. The CireBlt Court of Florida. your Answer or other pleading to
Judicial Circuit, IB And said Complaint upon J. C.
whom you are most responsible., for you have The council voted to contact had died in Jacksonville.Mr. Tampa this weekend as a teacher NOTICE TO APPEAR For Bradford County.IB Jr., Florida National Bank Build-
readers with a false impression. Whether the State Road Department to and Mrs. Leaton Forsytheare from the Starke schools. She !. Clrnlt art Bradford C.allt, Chaacerj- ing. Gainesville, Florida, on or
left your Florida IB Ckuecry. before April 8, 1957 and Immediately
of clean drains the main street, the parents a daughter, made the trip to Tampa Wednes- Marie Plaintiff vs.V.. Lenora Tomey Whittington, Plaintiff
intentional or not, that is a mark poor re- on at Gladys Null. vs. A. T. Whittington, Defen- thereafter file same with the Clerkof
a state highway. A' maintenanceman Carol Delayne, born Sunday day with Mrs. Gerald Gay of G. Null, Defendant.Case No. 10-2053 dent. Case No. 10-2065 the above styled court
porting.I will be hired to clear out March 10, at Bradford County Starke. N tlee T. Appear NOTICE TO DEFEND Witness the Honorable Judges of
that the information that our \ To A. T. Whittington, Route A, the above styled court and seal of
must To; W. G. Null, whose residenceand
say in depressioncame storm sewers on other streets in Hospital in Starke. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. James Sims of address.Is: 1305 Driver Street, Perkinston, Mississippi. said court on this let day of March
section of Florida is "wallowing" town which haven't been work- W. W. Hammond and Mr. and Gainesville were Sunday dinner Memphis, Tennessee.You You will please take notice that \. D. 1957. '
as somewhat of a surprise. Apparently, we ing properly. Mrs. Joe Forsythe are the grand- guests, of the Frank, Williams. ate hereby notifies that a Lenora a< Complaint Tomey against Whittington you,has seekinga filed Clerk sCharles Circuit A. CourtJ. Darby,

have much in common with the fabled bumblebee. February bills were approved, parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon spent suit control for divorce.of ,minor care, childrenand custodyand Florida divorce, Eighth In the Judicial Circuit Circuit Court, of in C. Adkins. Jr. '
In our case, we did not know we were de- and all councilmen, G. P. Wads- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker an(? the weekend in Jacksonville as title to furnishings and for Bradford County, said suit Gainesville Florida National, Florida Bank E'ldg.
prospering as worth, W. H. Maxwell, children of Keystone Airpark of the Dan O'Gradys.Mr. nu been filed ai&lut TOO is- the being styled as above.
went right on ; guests
pression-hit so we mayor above named Court and cause and You are hereby required to serve Attorney for Plaintiff 3/8 4t 3/2)
had happened. Fortunately, The clerk; and C. R. Cox, marshal, spent Thursday in Hampton with and Mrs. E. D. Allen are yon art" required to terra a
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if nothing Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond.Mr. copy of your answer or pleading to fr-
Herald is not widely circulated in this part of were present. the proud parents of a son, Billy the complaint *v to* PIalntifrsAttorney
continue living in North Carolina Speaker and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh Benjamin, born Feb. 28 at Mary Louis T. Ransom. COS .
will .
the state, so most of us At Christian Church were weekend visitors in Lawson Hospital, Palatka., ville Consolidated 2, Florida Building, Jackson- See BILLY JACKSON
blissful ignorance. Wilbur Thomas, originally from Plant City with relatives. Mr. and file the original the office of '
It is all too obvious that the writer of your Lake Butler, and now of Winston- and Mrs. Edward Saxon and CHURCH OF GOD the Clerk of the Circuit Court on, or FOR
article had pre-determined his conclusion and Salem, N. C., was guest speakerfor daughter, Gail, of Eau Gallie Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn before otherwise the the 1st allegations day of April of, 1957 said
was far too selective in his choice of material to- prayer meeting at Hampton were also visiting in Plant City, ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Complaint will be taken as confessed TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, ,DISKING
ward that end. Throughout the article there is Christian Church last week. and Gail returned to Hamptonwith Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE This by you.notice shall be publishes once
of bank deposits, postal receipts, John Childress of Orlando is the .Macintoshes for a visit Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. each week for four consecutive ,And All Type Tractor Work
mention weeks In the Bradford Tele
no industrial payrolls, sales continuing to supply as preacherfor David and Edward Loper have Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. .
savings bond purchases of a Sunday services at the churchin transferred to the Hampton Ele- LAW1CT this 22nd day of February, PHONE 165
tax collections, gasoline sales, or any School this week from 1957.
the absence of a regular pas- mentary
dozen or more factors that are generally consi- tor. the Starke schools. They are the Sunday School, 10 a. m. 'Morn (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER
weal. Had ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE Serv- Clerk of the Circuit Court
dered to be indicative of the national Local PTA Discusses children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ice Saturday, 7:30 m. By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk .
he desired to do so, he could just as easily have County School ProblemsA Loper of Theressa.Mr. .. .. p. 3/1 4t 3/22
acquired a set of figures for a story that might discussion of this week's and Mrs. Gene Chasen and --- -
have been headlined (though less dramatically, county-wide meeting on school baby have moved back to their

I grant you) : NORTH FLORIDA, ENJOYS last problems week's was meeting the main of Hampton topic at. former after living farm home in Gainesville near Hampton for Frozen Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Young Broad Breasted HenThey're

STEADY ,GROWTH.In Elementary PTA in the school several months.
order to reach his foregone and false conclusion auditorium Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Madison Lee of Cocoa

your reporter singled out a few soft Frank Williams, PTA president spent last week in Hamptonwith
economic spots that are national trends and in urged that all parents at- her brother-in-law and sister -
no wise exclusively the problem of this parti- tend the meeting in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon
cular section. We do not deny that our small The possibilities of buying a and Mrs. J. H. Saxon' Mr. Lee .
farmers are caught in the 'so-called cost-price deep freeze for the school cafe- came up from Cocoa for the
teria was discussed, with Mrs weekend.Mr. .
will remain
squeeze and we predict that they Ola M. Perkins, school principal, and Mrs. Charles Hicks
there as long as Mr. Benson occupies?' the Depart pointing out that it would enable are the parents of a son born
ment of Agriculture. But your Dade County cafeteria purchases to be made Saturday, March 9, in Alachua
farmers would tell you the same sad story.It when prices were cheapest. Mrs General Hospital Gainesville.Mr. .
is a poor commentary on the U.S. economy James Gnann volunteered to investigate and Mrs. Otto Hicks of
when a farmer has to subsidize his farm opera- prices on various models Hampton are grandparents.
job. in industry. But, since Next meeting of the ..organization Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and
tion by a
will be Tuesday, April 2 children of :Maxville visited rela-
the J am glad to know that thosein
such is case, at 3:15: p. m. in the school audi- tives here in Hampton Sunday
this area, as elsewhere, are able to find part torium. afternoon.Mr. .
time work "off the farm" and are now enjoyinga Personals and Mrs. W. W. Hicks of ( C
higher standard of living than they ever had Mr. and Mrs. Damon Nolan Orlando spent the weekend here
before. Although some farmers are leaving their and children of Gainesville were with Mrs. Hicks' mother, Mrs. tenderness,
blame'them?) the land is Sunday visitors at the home of Mamie Meade.
and can I
farms ( 1 thriftilb.
not lying idle but is being eagerly bought by her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mrs. J. W. Horne accompaniedMrs. ;; priced for 39
Bryant, in Hampton.Mrs. R. C. Gray and childrenof
who find it possible to increase their
others It P. A. McDonald expectedto Jacksonville to Tampa on ness! 10 to
acreage by the use of modern machinery. return to her home in Albany Thursday, returning Friday by

_should;n____ interest_ you to know that, according to a J e .
report made at the National Farm Bureau Convention I

in your city last December, it was stated
that while non-farm real estate values increased
from four to five per cent in 1956 the value of t !

farm real estate .increased 15 per cent, in the LB

same period. Fryer PartsFROZEN 5 99C
Your article blames part of our so-called BOX
"sore spot" economy on the lack of new in- MIXED

dustry. I cannot speak for the other nine coun-

ties in your "depression" area, but I can speak
for Bradford. We are doing quite well industry- OLD PICTURES NEWSPAPERS
wise and have reached the point where our e Beef LiverSuperRight LB"SuperRight" 25C

$2.000,000 annual income from, agricultural crops DIARIES LETTERS RECORDS .
timber products, and livestock is nicely balanced ,

with Perhaps a similar that is amount small from potatoes industrial in a populousarea payrolls.( AND OTHER RELICSGRANDPA Extra Lean Pork Shortening '

satisfaction, such as in yours this ,county but it of is a 11,500 source population.It of much. SPARE RIBS lb> 39c CRISCO 3 lbs 99C!

is not my purpose to belabor you with statistics -
that everyone knows can be culled and
colored to prove most anything a writer wishesto Quick Frozen Foul Kitchen CharmWAXED

prove. There is one indicator Qf the general Ib

growth of the area you depict as an economic fl OR GRANDMA TENDER HENS 43 PAPER I 19c
wasteland that might be worth mentioning, how-

ever, since it embraces eight of the ten counties I AT THECHURN ,
out. This factor is the annual OX HIS I
your writer singled I Facial Tissue Small Size
report of the Clay Electric Cooperative (REA) Specially Selected Idaho Baking I''

with headquarters at Keystone Heights.. In 1955 BIKE : KLEENEX 2 For 27C

the average monthly revenue of this concern

was $104,053.22, while in 1956 the figure had Marcel Tea
increased to 11807971. Reports for the same ; 21";

two years showed that the average KWH con- Jv NAPKINS
sumption of each customer increased from 180 J.
to 238, while new customers were added at the Marcel, Dinner Large Size

rate of 95 per month in 1955 and 104 per monthin 'em by the bag i NAPKINS 15C
1956. $15 Cash .Mr/ 1st Prize$10Cash2ndPrize LB tIC ;
The bank at Keystone Heights which seems I I
and save more at :: ,i Marcel PastelNAPKINS
to have been singled out by your reporter for

some of his 'depression" interviews, reports an your A&P Store! BAG : 10Marcial
increase of 51.98 per cent in deposits since its

opening in 1952. It has 500 more accounts' thanit }Facial
had at this time last year. The bank at Starke :
reports substantial gains each year, and a new $5 Cash --- 3rd PrizeFor : HANKIESb3025c

institution is opening here this month.I FIRM GOLDEN

quote these few figures, not so much to best items submitted that are judged to have the \

our prosperity as to show that your writer most historical interest for Starke and Bradford Coun- i
RIPE BANANASpound 10c I Frozen Fobd *
anything that would not ty. This includes old pictures, newspaper clippings

the conclusion that he apparently had reached diaries, letters, or any material pertaining to the early .
he left on assignment.The history of Starke and Bradford County. 10-oz. pkg. Butter
same thing is true when he speaks of SWEET JUICY FLORIDA b BEANS 2 for 35c
profits of business being 10 or 15 per cent .
the preceding year. Here again, this is a START LOOKING!
trend and proves nothing at all in ORANGES 5 pound bag 29 pkg. of 6 Nifty

to this particular area. x and bring your entries ,to the Bradford County Tele- WAFFERS3f"29
Typical of your writer's half-truth reporting graph. They will be marked with your name and filed i

s the interview in which he quoted a Gaines- for return to you after Starke's Centennial. Celebrationin
ville business man as saying gross sales were off May. JANE PARKER DELICIOUS COOKED TO PERFECTION! A&P OUR FINEST QUALITY

in elicited 1956.this A check fuller explanation on this particular from the quotation Gaines- This material is being collected for use in a special Cen- _HOT CROSS APPLE SAUCE 2 1lb cans 29c

ville storekeeper: "Yes our business was off. tennial Issue of The Telegraph to be published in May.

We are getting terrific competition ,from a big Also for use in the Historical Booklet to be printed and BUNS
chain store that opened up and is taking our distributed by the Centennial Committee. A&P }

_customers.factor sought which to "build Your completely up writer of Gainesville changes failed to'mention"wallowing"the picture this he in You will be rendering your town pkg..of8 29' DRIED PEACHES ll-oz. 31 c

depression.Point by point your writer's "facts and fig- and county a valuable service by SUPERRIGHTJANE '

ures" could be refuted or explained away. In our PARKER LUSCIOUS' 12-oz.

limited suffice. space, however, let these few examples looking through your relics to see CHERRY LUNCHEON. MEAT s D 7C

letter is for information We -
This your what find.
neither expect nor demand a retraction, and any P lIS' .

space you would devote to a letter would'notundo BRING ITEMS OF INTEREST TOBRADFORDCOUNTtTELEGRAPH F Prices in this ad etfec1inch
the harmful effects of the misleading headline Stores
each I
with which you labeled an article unworthyof 39c 'b !ivthroUgh.Saturday,

your usual standards. March 16,1957.An .-
Yours, sincerely, i 412 CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.

I E. L. Matthews. Publisher

Bradford County Telegraph .a J Sl

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vnnvv.ntv..v..ysyv.. Arthur Pearce, Mrs. W. L. Dills, a recital at the UnIversity "of Kinney brought the message.Mr. Official Tells BUILD COMPOST IU-'P'' bet. It can be made from not only YOU'LL LOVE the Dew fstu.:

Mrs. Fay Durban, Mrs. Earl Tests Florida Monday evening. and Mrs. Hildron Waldrenof ,30 PRoVIDE ORGATO3L1TTER leaves blot also from straw, brook prose-she fountain pens In,

LAVTEYdy % on. Diana Teston, Mrs. Ed carter Johnny Gasque of Milan, Tenn.is Starke spent .sunday with the Of FHA Credit FOR GARDENS weeds, damaged hay, pine needles pastel shades Only $3.09 at Bradford -

Mrs. Troy Bennett, Mrs. Glenn visiting his brother, L. C. Gas- Robert Waldrons., and other plant materials.A I County Telegraph

Mrs. Joyce T. MitchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Shuford ,Mrs. Joyce Futch, Miss que I 111' and Mrs. G. F. Prevatt. The best'vegetables in Florida pen 10 feet square ,and six I it; 1GAY'S

Elizabeth Terry, and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Frances Hefferson, and and family of Starke attended A line of credit now available are grown where the supply of or- feet deep will produce 2 to 2 1-2

Dobbs, and Mrs. Burney Dobbs of Mrs. Frank Cruce are patients in services at the' First Baptist from the Farmers Home Admini- ganic matter is plentiful and now tons of well-rotted humus a year: !
is the time
to do
J.m. Effie Miner Is spending Bradford County Hospital. stration should help a good something about
Jacksonville. Church on Sunday and were many Put down a layer of this material I
some time in Jacksonville to be 1olr. and Mrs. Preston Green Betty Joe and Mary Jean Clark, dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. farm owners i"'l this area im- it, according to Joseph D. Norton, 1 foot thick over an area 10 by 10 Home Appliances
near he son, Howard, who is a have had as guests during the Rachel McCauley, and Vera Crews SenIe Prevatt. prove or build farm buildings, in- vegetable crop with SerVice.the feet. Then sprinkle 10 pounds of
patient in a hospital there.. out of school last week cluding houses, or provide water Extension
week Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and were on :{rs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Joyce complete fertilizer over it and Your Friendly
Stork Shower family of Starke, Miss Mige Green account of illness.Mr. Futch were weekend guests ofMr for household or farmstead use, The home gardener can take ad= spray with water

Mrs. Willie Dobbs was honored I and J. D. Crews of Jacksonville.Mr. and J.Irs. Jack Dlnson of and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and for themselves, or their teJ1&n1s. vantage of fallen leaves and other Add successive layers until the ,Norge Dealer
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs: That is the belief of R. F. waste .materials around home to
at a lovely shower given by Mrs and Mrs. Warren Boat- Miss Mary Julia Futch in Talla- build pile is about 6 feet high. Keep the
D. A. Jones and daughters Sunday Demarest, .chairman of the Farm- a compost heap. These are sides 0 o.RGE APPLIANCES
straight, leaving the
sam Hicks, Mrs. Martha Bales wright, Mrs. Effie Boatwright afternoon. hassee. J.Irs. Futch and Miss ers Home Administration com- especially important'where a supply \- top
Mrs. Milo Smith and Mrs. Mitchell and daughter, Merle, and Misses t Futch also visited Mr. and Mrs. of manureis not available. surface upped m. L\l"T.\G WASHERS
Mr and Mrs. F. S. had mittee in Bradford County. ,
Brown at the Hicks home Hilda and Vera Crews carried Campbell A. Z. Futch in Quincy, and Wal- After a few months of rotting, Green manure crops offer an-
as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mr Demarest's committee re- other to maintain 0 COLEMAN
on Friday evening. After playing Mrs. Cassie Manning to her home ter Terry in ChattahCiOChee. the compost can be scattered on way HEATERS and
Mrs. S. P. Williamson of Gaines- views -applications for all loans
matter. The more growth the
several games and the opening of in Macclenny on Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Valenti of the.garden to give the soil tnth, FUR."iACESI
viJIe. made the Farmers Home Ad-
by plant produces the better, but it
the many useful gifts, refresh- they had visited I. J. Manning in Jacksonville are spending somee and it will hold water more I I
Dick Padgett 'of Tallahassee ministration and helps the county should be fairly easy to turn un-j Service All Makes
ments were served to the follow- Lake Butler hospital. time with the Ed Carters. readily..
visited his brother,' Erlie, and supervisor adapt the agency'1J der. If the soil has root-knot ne- Of Appliances
ing ladies Mrs. O. J. Anders, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton, I
: Miss Gloria Anderson and her Although animal is
family last week. program to local farmers' needs. manure best, matodes, plant resistant crops such
James Waters, Mrs. George Miss Mary Faulkner, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D. it is and
grandparents, Mr. Demarest said several farm- scarce generally too
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starling and ex- as Crotalaria or velvet beans af- Phone 10
Roberts, Mrs. A. E. Massey, Mrs. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton attended ,
family have moved into the for- G. Wilkerson were weekend ers in this area have applied for pensive for the Florida garde1\er. ter the spring garden is harvest-I

I mer Covington house on the Tim guests of the V. D. Dickinson in farm housing loans in the past I I Artifical manure is the next best ed. I Starke, l10rlda'J

I Jacksonville. seven months, and interest in this
Blackburn Road
Bobby Davis of North Carolina type of credit is increasing. '
Mr. and Mrs. WoodrowArwood
Is visiting Mr and Mrs. L. Throughout the nation approxi- I
I and sons of Melrose spent Sunday ,
0 P. Rafuse and Joan! and other mately 1,700 loans for $10,600,060. .
0 with 11r. and Mrs. Carl Carter.Mr. I
relatives in this community.Mrs. have been made. ,
and Mrs. Floyd Parrish and Martha and daugh-
Bales In addition to being farm
I a
daughter of Lake Butler visited ters, Mrs. L.,H. Hill, ana Charles owner, other eligibility require-
the Aaron Sumners on Sunday.
Moore spent Sunday afternoon : ments as outlined by Mr.
Miss Jackie "Har1ey of Jackson-
at Head Branch and
Demarest provide that the appli- ,
'Wile the weekend of Y
was guest
Keystone Heights. cant must have enough income ,y L.en
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.i .
Allan Hart and daughters and
the farm or from the farm .
i Harley. Mrs. Nancy Keene spent the
and sources to meet family .
Mrs. Margaret Kelly ''returnedto weekend .in Jacksonville with living and farm operating expenses ,

the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs; Ezelle Wise and :Mrs. Ger- to repay his loan and other debts

C. Kelly on Sunday after a visit trude Tyre. on schedule. I

with Mr and Mrs. Roy Tomlinsonof Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis and .
Farm housing loans are repay-
v New River son were Sunday guests df Mr.
able to 33
over periods up years
Miss Alice King and Eugene and Mrs. Buddy Kilgore in. Jacksonville t
at four per cent interest, and are
Prevatt were united in marriage I
secured by a mortgage on the
by Judge T.,A. Yawn at the courtHouse Mrs. J. R. Hinson of Jacksonville .

s\ : $149.70I in Starke on TUesday spent Sunday with Mr. and farm. .

March 5. Clifton PrevaJ.t and Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Johns and Ronald Applicants get building plans I

Rufus Prevatt accompanied. them. Kimbrell and specifications from whatever DACRON & ''VOOL.

Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Crawford Wee Willie Davis, giant wrestler source they choose and make all :,

Oven Door and family were Friday evening of Buffalo, N. Y. spent the arrangements for hiring the ,
night at the Trail :Motel on Sun- necessary labor and purchasing '", '
For Eosr Reach-In supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
Oven Cie ni 'Ji Leon Brewer in Keystone Heights day, enroute"'to Sarasota, to go materials. The Farmers Home

Arthur Green, who is serving into the ring against an un- ,Administration representative

with the Navy and stationed in known opponent.Mrs. will review the plans it inspect the :<, makes a quality tropical! '
construction as progresses
New ycrk, returned to his base Floy Bennett and :Mrs
i and see that it meets generally I .
I visited Mr. and
Monday after spending' three Arthur Pearce \ .
his Mr and :Mrs. Shad Thompson in Lake accepted standards of soundness. ; >, S
weeks with parents,
: ew ", r .
I 'fr. Demarest said farm '
Malfe Butler on Thursday.Mrs. owners J.
Oven Mrs. Bill Green. I, ..\
O. J. Phillips honored her may get further information at "., ::;: .' _
Tex Wilson had the
husband, Griff, with a surprise the Farmers Home Administration -
; giant23s, to break his hand last Saturday birthday Monday evening. county office located in the \
wide! supper
::: Mrs. W. M. Dixon was called I c
Annex Gaines-
. i Those present were Mr. and Mrs Seagle Building I
Mich. Sunday by
to Detroit on
ville, where county supervisor,
Coleman Phillips if Waldo, Mr. .
Counterbalanced Oven Door' the death of her grandmother.Mr. Harlan R. Ellis is in .
and \1ofrs. James Phillips and charge.of ,
and Mrs. RowelIl Prevatt w
daughter, and 1ofr. and Mrs. Les-

: Finger Tip Button Controls 1 1tt.1 I and Mr. and family Mrs.spent Ernie sunday Southerlandfn with lie Phillips and son of Starke, the Colonel Norsworthy family.Mr. ,

Miss Ola Mae and Danny Phil- and Mrs. Jack Estes visited ., .
NEW! NO-DRIP COOKTOP Lake Butler. lips. Another daughter, Mrs a Jacksonville Nursery last Sun-
of Haleyville .
;t I William McKinney .
Fate Redd, was unable to attend.
'' HOME OFrnic
"..uaMm. '....". j I Ala is visiting Bill Dixon and day.Mr. I > i
.. Guests of the W. Fred Moore and Mrs. Jack Crawford

UVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY '..- I'' I I other relatives here. family during the weekend were and family were irl Jacksonville
Mrs. A. H. Harley, Sr. is visit-
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and
on Sunday to see Mr and Mrs.
LOW P. C I ing her son, S. C. and family at daughter of Wildwood, and David Erwin Muse.Members .
WITH A G-E AUTOMATIC RANGE! Heilbronn.Mr. Moore Cif Jacksonville. ... .'
I of the Bapbt Church j
and Mrs. Earl Teston and Troy Bennett of Fort Lauder-I .., 7&t4
gathered at the home of Mr. '
family and J. B. Teston spent last dale spent the weekend with ap
and Mrs. Bryant Reddish for aprS
Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr Mrs. Bennett and Gary. Mr. and .
I choir practice and a surprise
and Mrs. Marion Tucker and son Mrs. Glenn Williamson and sons ,
I pounding for the new pastor, fI
and Miss Doris Tanner. of Jacksonville were their Sun-
Rev. W. L,.Mills Jr and family,
G. J. MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL Mr. and Mrs. John Brown had day guests.Mr. I ; ,
<: Tursday evening Hot dogs .,
'as a gUest last week Ma11ie Pre-' : and Mrs. Claude Rowe "'( > *
drinks, home made cake and coffee it 2
vatt of North Carolina. visited R. U. Parmenter at'Hei1bronn : tI
were served to the
GENERAL APPLIANCES Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Sunday afternoon.Rev. guests present many

visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley and Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr. '

COR CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229 Mosley in Highland in Saturday.Mr. had as Sunday guests the Sr. I .

'STARKE, FLA. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard, :Mills and Mrs. Earl Gibson and

Daryl and Janice Hilliard, and family of JacksonviJIe. I .'

"The. Only Authorized General Electric Appliance Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds I fAt 1-1 r

Dealer In Bradford County" Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. and sons and Mrs. Lomie Mosley .
Leon starling in Jacksonville. spent Saturday evening with Mr. -- >> 1Jz

We Service Everything We Sell Cottage Prayer meeting was and Mrs. H. C. Reynolds in Bald- -

held at the Leonard Prevatt home win, and Sunday afternoon with

on Sunday afternoon. Rev. Mc- Mr and Mrs. John B. Mosley in I ;I', ." .

I Middleburg.Mr and Mrs. Ellery Starling f... .

and son of Macclenny spent. Sun- .- ..

day with the Joe Starling family. '- .- ( Y
Ned and Irvin Privett of Jack-

,.'" ,, ')Ii ': ,o:;>...::y sonville visited their brother, o ,ve ,' '. _
Melson '
family, on Sunday.
:' ',: ::: :
: ? ;
'.: Mr and Mrs. Ed Carter and .. $33.50 Up.
children were in Jacksonville .

Sunday to see their new grand-

daughter, Rose Marie Pope ,. in a wide ranger
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack _
f .
e 1.of _
Pope.Mr. 0 r colors and
and Mrs. Fisher baskins

and family visited Mrs. Woods

"- in Jacksonville last Sunday.A ,

Mathews, not 'frs. Mitchell as .1
;t l'': .' I stated last week riiici:
'. : spent last Sun- :
., day with her son-in-law and

: I daughter, Mr. and 1oIrs. Ray Rosier M 4 I

''a t
Mr. and :Mrs. H. E. Priest and .
,. family were Sunday guests of Mr. IISmith .
and Mrs. Ernest Williams and I
son, and Edmond Summerland Corona

I ;... in Mrs.Lake Nell City.Dryden of .Jacksonville '


Vanzant and Perry Davis last i.

\Vednesday. From 74.50 plus tax .
APRIL 1, 1951
The Guy Futch family had as
I .. \ ; -.". Sunday dinner guests Mr. and SPREAD JOY k' i

PLEASE RETL'RN'PPLICATIOY Mrs. Johnnie Crews of Jackscn- in the family by giving the .

vile, Mr. and Mrs. "Johnnie world's r J
'. Crawford fastest and most .. ,
I and Mrs. Peggy Carter and beautiful portable type- ,
of rys
family Yacclenny. writer-with the touch J"
,,,: I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1. S. L: : '
Tanner action of an office machine .a;
during the week were
Come in
early for ,
'" Clifton Smith of Jacksonville. your f
and Mrr and Mrs. G. L Sapp of demoftStration of the marvelous -

:t'J Heilbronn. Mrs. Tanner and new Smith-Corona ..

,: ,.. daughter visited J.Jrs. Daisy porta le. By blending Dacron and fine wool in equal .

,\, .' !;-lc.y, ,, 'i ... Thompson in Starke .
.,, CIJ1 Sunday .
) f .."). '; ,,' ", afternoon. Payments Arrang amounts; you get a fabric with all the quality

., .'.;. .'......."., i-: ; : : k ",.. :;, ".- spent Elaine from Grant Thursday of Jacksonville to Monday for your convenience t t texture of wool and the coolness and #

with her cousin Dianne Sapp. :shape-retention of Dacron. And when you add

Mrs. Rudy Hjgginbotham and ALSO GOOD USEDTYPEWRITERS

',.ttI' ;.... .;'\ ;!':. :' .. ,. '- ',''- ,\ Y .. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham the superb tailoring that Mirror Test puts .
.. .
o. ,. ..". !":.", t. > :; .; "" '' '' and daughter of Maxville were FOR SALE .

,> '; ''' < ..f.-. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. into every suit (and has since 1890) you get
; :; ', ; ,> Nathan I
0 ; : Rudy Higgin-
...I.-I. ; : 1. botham is still confined to B. Royal Standard i )tropic. 1s bat any man will be proud to

,, .";;..<' :,.;;....... <-" .. J C. H. after being hit by a fallen I wear! Come see ours and you'll I
: agree _
; : .
; :
'\" _; ;' tree.Mr. ... I
: and AIrs. G. W. Durham CJf I IJ It

''.; 'f' Jacksonville attended services at Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH ..
.C _'" the First Baptist Church and ,

were dinner guests of Miss ElIz- '

abeth Tiny and Ralph Futch. "- -
Mr., and Mrs. Bryant WIlker- ., ,!

son of the State Farm
spent .
GENE LONG _. TAX ASSESSOR BRADFORD. COUNTY. Sunday evening with the D. G. Phone 29 Starke, Fla ,, _

Wilkersons. STARKE, FLA. .

..s-",. :';u'_ ,-;.. '-. <. '. .' ti Mr. and Mrs. Doe Hartley of 77.50 plus taxI r. .
Jacksonville 'were Sunday guests I







_-'_ __ I Ir:1 ............. ........ ,,-- I ... _" FRIDAY MARCH 15, 1957
---- - -
I :; a trtror cost of delivery of said pipe to the stoners reserves the right to reject
county 'barn In Starke, Florida. any .or all bIds.
c The bIdder shall /agree to furnish This 12th day of March A. D.
pipe at the bid
price to said Board 19 7.Charles,
for b period of 1! calendar months A. Darby.
from April 1. 1957. subject to rea- Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
I sonable market fluctuations. for Bradford County, Forida.
The Board of County Commls-
F 3/15 2t 3/23


Gladys Mooty 14'AR The Officers And Directors
Phone 35 I
I t
1"1 1 II
Of The
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72 Guests HonorL Social Club Feted s t S f .

U. Morgan At By Junior Women e ,R. e .+ .. $x Community State Bank of Starke

Birthday Dinner Members of the Junior Woman's Starke, Florida

Club were hostesses to the Starke -.:....-,; "" ".._' .
rela- it'
Seventy-two friends Social Club at their first meet- fJ... : '.
Sunday, March 10 l'...,>_ _.._ It'.. ___ _
gathered celebratehis ing of March, in the Presbyterian Announce with pride to the public the viewing of
to help L. U. Morgan Church assembly hall. Games V this modern banking institution
Sunday afternoon
70th birthday anniversary Sisters Of The SwishThe
his home four miles north of were enjoyed by the 26 members March'17 from two'to six o'clock with THE PUBLIC
present, and refreshments were
rustle of silk INVITED You will observe
Starke. served by the hostesses, Mrs. Carl and the bustleof Among those who modeled
The dinner was spread on tab- Roberts, Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Mrs. bustles echoed through the their costumes at the luncheon modern banking facilities which have been installed

les on the lawn, where the cen- I Ned Yancey, and Miss Betty Jane private dining room of the Garden were (above, 1 r) Connie Noe- for your banking convenience.

ter of interest was a beautiful Morgan. Prizes were presentedto restaurant Friday of last weekas gel, Judy Dankel, Lillian Stump,

birthday cake topped with 70 Robert Halsall Miss Grace Starke's Centennial Belles or- Sylvia Paulk, Mrs. T., J. Lawson, .q r"r We feel that the construction of our new banking institution *

lighted candles. Eppen, and Mrs. L. H. Hill. ganized themselves into Sistersof Mrs. Jack Edwards, Mrs. Ewell ,_fl, Ph. during this Centennial Year is in keeping
dinner Rev. UD. Haines the Swish. '
Before Lawson, and Mrs. Dave Paulk. .
During the business session with the progress that has been
made in
led in prayer, and during While most of the Sisters were At right are Mrs. N. O. Winn, this com-
permanent officers for 1957 were the field
munity.in of
afternoon appropriate records there to get ideas for their forth wearing an heirloom bride's dress agriculture -industry, economy
were played and home movies elected as follows: W. S. McAliley, coming Centennial costumes, a of white batiste with hand-in as well as social and civic activities. It is also
president; Robert Halsall, vice
taken. few had dug into trunks and serted Irish lace, and Mrs. Chas gratifying to announce the opening of our new
president; Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum,
Mr. Morgan moved to Brad- secretary-treasurer. A vote of come up with heirloom outfits, teen, modeling a turn-of-the- banking institution in Starke this year of Starke's
County from Clay County while others had sewed frantically century outfit, featuring the *
ford thanks was extended to the JuniorWoman's popular Centennial, thru 100 years of progress froman
12 old, and the night before' in shirtwaist, skirt
when he was years order to and sailor undeveloped
Club for their hospitality. virgin forest'to the thriving little
has since resided at his present model their costumes at the hat: .
City that we are all of
home with his wife, where he organization} luncheon. Mrs. Winn's costume, which w proud today.

is actively engaged in farming. The second'March meeting will Mrs. Jim" Chasteen, chairmanwas "stole the show," was complete .
celebrate the oc-' be held at the First Methodist with authentic gloves and bon 4Y We believe that the Community State Bank of
well '
helping with
Those >
pleased the enthusiasm T r(
Church Tuesday night, March net of the her r r Starke will play
with the honor guest period, great grandmother's ,S an important part in the buildingof
cassion 19, at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. shown at the first gather- rkk
his sisters, Mrs. J. A. Sas- earrings, and her greatgrandfather's our community and that we can look forward
were John Crehan and Mrs. C. F, Ward Ing of the Sisters, and expressed i! .
and Mrs O. L. Underhill, and to a more rapid growth in the future than has been
ser St.Patrick's that all
will be hosts, and a special hope members would Sisters who have their
husbands, all of Starke, costumes experienced in the
their past and we sincerely
Day program is plan- have their Centennial outfits ready will meet at the C pledge our
and Mrs.
and the children of Mr. ned. ready in time for the first of C office this Saturday after- best efforts and cooperation to accomplish it. There-

'Morgan, together with their R. "Dress Up Saturday" this week noon at 4 o'clock for a promenade by making Bradford County and more particularly
families: Mr. and Mrs. 1 end. down Call street. the community of 'Starke better
Shytle and children of Orlando !First Baptist Circles live. a place. in which to

. Mr. and Mrs. L.U Morgan Jr. 1 Hold Study MeetingsWomen's .

and children of Starke, Mrs. L. Bradford 4-H Girls Hold Rally Day Reddishes EntertainAt CORPORATIONS, having any Interest /
in or lien upon of the lands We invite
any cordially to make the
A. Hall and children of Citra, circles of the First described In this Notice (land in the you Community
Mr and Mrs. L. H. Hall, and Baptist Church met last week Birthday Dinner Complaint filed in the above cause State Bank.of Starke your bank.
L. situate in Bradford County Florida, i'
Mr. Morgan's great grandson as follows: 1ipk 1I'f to-wit:
and Mrs. P. D. Red
H. Hall Jr of Winter Garden The Lottie Moon Circle MrsJ. dish entertained at a family din- the The Southeast Southeast Quarter Quarter(SE fSEU%) Sec-) of You will find listed below a list of the Directors,

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Super- D. Doyle, leader, met Monday ner party Sunday to celebratethe tion Sixteen (1$), Township Six Officers and Employees of. the Community State
nault and daughter of Weirsdale, home of Mrs. E (6) South, Range Twenty, (20) *
night at the ,, birthdays of three membersof East. Bank of Starke.
and Buddy Mathews of Starke. D. Tenly with Mrs. D. R. Dev- Iy + the family. Drew Reddish was YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear .
were Mr. and tRplarn a w and show cause before this courton
Others present Rae Bo- rick hostess._ The meeting waropened hL.r 83 years old on March 9, Vernon or before April 1, A. D. 1957 DIRECTORSS.
Mrs. Ray Boree, Danny with a devotional and Reddish was 23 years old on why the fee simple title to said

tee Miss Shirley Pittman, Mr.and prayer by Mrs. A. R. Norman a" March 11''', and J. S. Sapp was 77 lands decreed should to be not vested be in by said said county court D. Clark Chairman of the Board

and Mrs. Ben O'Neal, Mr. Mrs. Doyle gave an interesting {, years old on March 11. free and clear of all 'liens and / .

MMrs. Henderson Boree and report on 'the book, "Home Missions r t: : Ten members of the immediate claim simple. of title every In said kind county and such to fee be Charley E. 'Johns Thomas H. Slade

family, Mr. and Mrs Randolph U. S. A." During the social family were present to help cele- forever quieted and confirmed and
Boree and daughter, Mr. and hour refreshments were served. brate the threefold occasion. set (itt rest against any and all Stephen E. Simmons Pete Gl: Felos
claims on the part of each and
Mrs. Wallace Jones and children, h everyone of you: and you are
all of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.J The Ethel Biggs Circle me' warned that on and after the aforesaid Leila S. Mundy Hollis V. Knight
4Y 2 Youngsters Hold date a final decree will be \
E. Rosier, Lawtey, Mr. and Monday night at the home of a sought 1E. 31. Brinson '
Mrs. E. J. Ruebling and chil- Mrs. T. B. Harding Sr. The meet- r A _d- 1- Birthday PartiesPaul I IT IS ORDERED that this notice
he nublfhed one time in the Brad
dren, and Mr. and Mrs. Don King, ing was opened with prayer bv I ford County Telegraph, a newspaperof S

all of Plant City, Rev. and Mrs.L. Mrs. George Anderson. Mrs. J. Faulkner II celebrated his general 'circulation published in OFFICERS .

D. Haines and family, and W. Ritch presided over the busi fifth birthday anniversary Sunday Bradford WITNESS County my ,hand Florida.and official

Raymond Sasser of Starke, Mrs. ness session and reports were' r< afternoon with a party at the 1957.seal this 11th day of March A. D. Charley E. Johns President

Gladys Norman, and Mr. and given by the chairmen. Mrs. L home of his grandparents, :Mr. Charles A. Darby,
William S. Terry Cashier and Executive Officer
of Green Clerk of the Circuit Court in and ,
Mrs. Sasser and son G. Powell completed the teach. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. i
\ for Bradford County, Forida.
Cove- Springs. Mr. and Mrs. U. ing of the study of the home Games and refreshments were It 3/13 B. F. Boone Assistant Cashier

i Cursey, Bradenton, Mrs. Ber- mission" book, "Home Missions enjoyed by Paul's, 17 little party CAM-FOR t BIDS I

tyce Phoenix and grandson of U. S. A." :Mrs. Paul) Raymond guests during the afternoon.: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That

Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Stephens assisted Mrs. Harding in serving \ :the Bradford Board of County County.Commissionersof Florida will EMPLOYEES

and Eli Walsween of refreshments during the sofa Little Dale Johns, who was 4 receive sealed bids for the sale of Margaret Irene Miller Florence H. Plucker
Orange Park. hour. years old, celebrated the occasion 12, 18 and 24 inch reinforced concrete .
pipe to said Board until 10:00
r + tN last Saturday afternoon when o'clock A. M, April 1. 1957, at which Cleone Reagan Wyolene J. Bradley
UDC Mrs. David Chandler hr his mother, Mrs. Carl L. Johns, specifications time all bids will be opened.. No
MeetingThe will be published
,. entertained 12 of his little friendsat other than the following Instructions Mary Carol Bessent .

\V. T. Weeks chapter, U. Feted With ShowerMrs. ti .r a party at the Johns home on The to bids bidders.submitted shall include _

D. C. met with Mrs. L. D. Vining r ) r ;r x W. Madison street.A .
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Wednesday afternoon of last week. David Chandler was delightfully i beautiful birthday cake was ,-1f'J -
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Mrs. J. W. Roberts, vicepresident surprised by her friends served to the youngsters which

presided in the absence of with a stork shower last Friday was iced in white and green and

Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Mrs. Mattie evening at her home at Camp I 4 carried out the cowboy motif. SPECIAL PURCHASEENABLES

Blaftding. given favors of
a historical The guests were
Gahagan presented :. -
Games were played and_ prizes little of suckers and bal
in the packs
War program Between on the 'states. awarded to Mrs. Gerald Griffis \ .j loons. US TO MAKE THIS SENSATIONAL OFFER

Mrs. Vining served refresh- and Mrs. R. G. Paterson. Dale's grandmothers, Mrs.

ments to the 17 members present Hostesses were Mrs. Wilbur f/';.. I Carl Johns and Mrs. F. J. Shaw, .
meeting. Stanford Mrs. W. T. Gill, Mrs. '' I assisted Mrs? Johns in serving
following Joseph Johnson and Mrs. Robert ... :' the guests.
Chapman. Ll w
Executive BoardThe .1 I
Over 100 members of the seven ty Council. Seated 1 r, Marilyn Methodist WSCS

executive board of the Albert Newman Weds I 4-H Clubs in the County partici- Cox, president; Mary Jane Big- I

Starke Garden Club will meet Washington Girl pated in Rally Day activities at ham, treasurer; Patricia Pellum, The regular business of the Methodist and pro BED AND MATCHING LOUNGE CHAIRBoth

Thursday evening Mar. 21, at the USO building'Saturday to vice-president. Standing, Lynn gram meeting

7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.Ewell Announcement is being madeof I celebrate National 4-H Club Week. Perint, historian; Elizabeth Pre- WSCS. will be held Monday af-
in Reinforced
ternoon at 3 o'clock in the church
Lawson. the marriage of Miss Beverly Events at the program included vatt, reporter; and Judy Kelly,
Christine Osmun, daughter of Mr. presentation of a $10 check given I secretary. In -the bottom photo, sanctuary with. Mrs. C. D. Wil- Embossed Plastic Regular $238.70 Value

and Mrs. Albert E. Osmun of by the state Fair .Assn. for I a group of girls _enjoy participation liams, president e presiding.

Shelton, Wash. to Albert J. New- activities of the girls in the 4-H in the Virginia reel.

DAEBIC man Jr., son cf Mr. and Mrs. A. booth at the fair. In the top. Assisting in the program were ttsaa

J. Newman Sr., Brooker road. photo Miss Dorothy Ross, home'.'Mrs. E. L. Cox, Mrs. F. L. Pelhlm, -

F STARKE FLA. Starke, which was an event of demonstration agent presents the Mrs" Ruth Broadway, Mrs. John 1

Sept. 30 in Yuma, Ariz. check to the newly-elected Coun- Greene and Mrs. Ovid Lewis.
r I
SUN., MON. TUES., They are residing in Long .... I _.
17-18-19 Beach, Calif. where Mr. Newmanis 11 t -,
stationed with the Navy and
DOUBLE FEATURE I Mrs. Newman is employed.CHRISTIAN .

"SIMBA" CIIUECH C Bradford County Hospital announces

OLOR ..I the following births:
Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor -
'F 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Masters
Dirk Bogarde
Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morn- Shades of 1857! .. 'twill certainly Alice Lambert is now chief housekeeper of Starke, a son Allisor

PLUS ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth be a sight for sore eyes at the Morton Plant !os- Charles, March 7.

"Swamp Women" people Church, Invited.6:30: p. m. All young when those lovely Sisters of the I pital in Clearwater .t.' She was Mr. and Mrs: Larry L. Millerof _

Swish gather together at the C i former manager ot.the Starke Starke, a son, Otha Downa, :: '

JCOLOtt Matthews of C office at 4 p. m. Saturday Hotel ... Billy Dansby was nam- March. 8.: -. .
Marie Windsor, Carole. ana go for a little "constitu- ed to the Dean's List from the Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ruffiniof I

and Beverly Garland I IGAS-'TOONSI tional" along Call Street ... Nowif School of Journalism and Com Keystone Heights, a daughter, YOU SAVE. $48.75 ON THIS SPECIAL GROUPPRICEONLY

Plus Color Cartoon For Kids some gallant gentleman will munications at the U of F for Michelle Evie, March 9. ,

-By-; just hitch up the surry and pick the fall semester .. Mr. and Mrs. Leaston H. For- '..
WED., THURS.. MAR. 20-21 the ladies up when they get tired Johnny Hagan, George Griffis, syth of Hampton, a daughter, HOU HAVE A CHOICE OF V '. .

DOUBLE FEATURE GIB BROWN strolling, everything will be just and Ronnie McClellan are on a Carol DeLayne, March 10. Charcoal and White '

"Indestructible Man"Lon lovely ... And seems that Brothers survey party around Nashville Turquoise and Black a

of the Brush are still causinga Tenn. for several weeks ... Roy XOTICE OF I\TEXTIOV TO Pink and Black .
Chaney and Marian Carr lot of confusion among the fair Turner has sold his home on the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Yellow and Black

PLUS"YAQUI sex with their beards ... Mrs:, Lake Butler highway,and is liv- Notice Is hereby given that the -
under the
undersigned provisionsof 95
W. A. Bonham accepted a ride to ing with his son and daughter- Chapter 20.952. Laws of Florida 2 Black & White Step ,
DRUMS" the man'sbeard in-law, Acts of 1941, will register with the .
1 church Sunday, but Bobby and Janet Turner, Clerk of. the Circuit Court. In and Tables
Rod Cameron was deceptive that she at the'state Farm .. Bertha for Bradford County, Florida upon .

__ Plus Color Cartoon still doesn't- know who she rode Pearce, >Nelle Nollman, Lois Per this receipt notice of ,proof the fictitious of publication name of of 1 Black & White Coffee

with .. ryman. Marguerite Hall Gladys W.R.G.R. Radio, under which we
FRI. SAT., MAR. 22-23 Lil Bishop and Pat Jackson, Harrington and Marion Howe are Temple engaged Ave.,in Starke businness, Florida.at 945 That N. Table

DOUBLE FEATURE who were in Columbus, Ga. over attended the.'Woman's Finance the owners in said business are: 9 2 Table Lamps
6 in Dawson Forum in Jacksonville Alfred H. Temple 94S N. TempleAve. .
the weekend, stopped last Fri- .
Starke, Fla.
The Sixthof I
"D-Day Ga. on the way back and found day to hear Alice Morgan, the Alma Horn Temple, 945 N. Temple

June" "Perhaps Madam can do it out they'd recently celebrated $64,000 Question;financial expert Ave.Rudolph, Starke M., Fla.ChamberliiV N. See Them Now While They Last. Watch Our Window

WITHOUT SWEARING. their 'Centennial there ... sti ... Hear Katie Wainwright Temple Ave.. Starke, Fla. .
CINEMASCOPEi Dorothy I* Chamberlin, 945 N. ---,
were able to purchase an sprained her ankle while enrouteto
Robert Taylor, Dana Wynter old they timey dress, brooches, slips, MYF Sunday night and has to Temple Each having Ave.. Starke% interest., Fla. USE OUR BUDGET PLAN

n and Richard Todd Everybody swears BY our wooden money, and also brought stay off of it for a few days ... Dated this 13th day of March A.
D. 1957 at Starke, Bradford County
PLUS service! back 35 pairs of lady's shoes of Celeste DeVoe ,underwent an Florida. .

"The Fastest Gun" the Gay 90's era, which they hopeto appendectomy at Bradford HoSpital 3154t 4/5 "It's A Fact',You',Can Do 'Better At"

dispose off to some of the Monday, and Phyllis Darby

Alive"Glenn GIB BROWN Centennial belles here ... followed suit on Wednesday ... NOTICE
\\'aratq T. All PerMB Wk Owe
Ford Jeanne Grain The Cub Scouts Dens 3 and 5, Beverly Crawford Ann Savage, InU..e.t Taxes T* Sk.w Cfcue Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke
!. The Clralt Curt .f The Eighth
Brod rIck Crawford and Russ SERVICE STATION with eight boys in each visited Joyce Boone, and Mike Whiteare -jBdlrUl Clmlt !. AB. F.r Bra.I. .-
the State Museum in Gainesville. ..* C..Btr, FtorliB. .
Tamblyn 'Standard Oil Products # afternoon ... Alyce Graham new recruits, the mump brigade Bradford County, a political sub 431 W. CALL ST. PHONE 151
Tuesday I ... Hope they're all much division of the State of Florida
Plus Serial Chapter 10 Color Phone 327 is den mother for Net 3, and Plaintiff, vs. Certain Hands In .
better ... Bradford County, Florida against Home Of
to assist by now Simmons BEADTYREST Mattresses
Cartoon For Kids 407 N. Temple Ave. Lil Bishop went along which taxes are delinquent Defen-
... Norraa Dean Thompson is den See you in the next ... dant. .
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mother for No.5...Hear. that 'I -Carolyn ID ALL PERSONS, FIRMS OR I - ,,- -- .

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,"I '6 '. ...<1 4t .- Mr. and Mrs. G.: S. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers Mrs. Louise Newman returned Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solze TO WHOM IT }I.\\ CO\CER\
Case No. 10-207T
son, Billy, are spending the weekend and family of Southern Pines, last Friday from two weeks'visit have rented one of Mrs. Martin's NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, of Xetlee T. Appears
at Boynton Beach with Mr. N. C. are spending ten days with with her son daughter-in-law cottages on N. Temple Avenue. my he-intention legislature.to a have bill introduced to authorize in To: Francis is Millington Regan whose Tenn. residence

and Mrs.. 0. :M. .Knuth. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith while Mr. and Mrs. Albert J.' Newman Mrs. E. E. Cellon and Mrs. E. the County Commissioners of Bradford whose Address is AT/2c. A.T.B.and

F Miss Agnes Lawson and Bill Mr. Myers ,is working at his Jr. in Long Beach, Calif. Albert, Horton of Gainesville were last and property-County to damage carry pubic insurance liability on School ton. Tennessee.Naval Air Station, Milling
Morar of FSU were visiting Mr. branch office in Jacksonville. I who is a Sonorman 3-c in ,the Thursday visitors of Mrs Annie county vehicles and to authorize You
payments of premiums hereby notirlid that a suit
and Mrs. H. A. Lawson over the Mr. and Mrs B. S. Outlaw of Navy, left for six months ,sea Hollingsworth.Mr. March 13, 1957 therefore.. for annulment and restoration;

rnE Nis weekend. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. duty in the Japan area on March and Mrs. Francesco Vinci Mack S. Futch, County Attorney against of former you name in the has above been framed filed
Mrs. Dewey Warren and two and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. on Sat 4 aboard the USS Pledge. and baby of Broxton, Ga. arrived P. O. Drawer 943, Starke FloridaIt Court and cause and you are re-

sons of Statesboro, Ga.-'and Mrs. urday. Mrs. E. L. Weaver returned to Tuesday to spend a few 3/15 quired or to pleading serve a to copy the of complainton your answer
.- --- ----- Richard Ray rand sons -of Savan- her home in s.ysith her sister Mrs TO WHOM IT }I.CO"CER", the PRUntiffs Attorney
Mrs. J. R. Kelly and son Roger Stanton, Va. on I. G. NOTICE IS HEREBY ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand Mr. and Mrs. L D. Vining nah, Ga. arrived Wednesday to visited Mrs. Allie Driggers Tuesday after spending several Harris, and family.Mr. my intention to have introduced in Lloyd Jacksonville Bass. 210 2, Florida Clark Building,

children enjoyed a picnic spent*the weekend at Stockton, I spend the remainder of the week in Lake Butler last Friday af- weeks with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and the the County legislature Commissioners a bill to authorize of Brad- and file the original in the office of
Ga. with list and Mrs. J. W. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. ternoon.Mr. Stump. family spent Sunday in Gaines- ofrd County to carry burgujiry and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
lunch at the Jacksonville Zoo on robbery insurance on or before the 15 day of April
ville Mrs. certain coun-
Timmerman.Mr. S. Sapp. and Mrs. Sam Zack have Mrs., Minnie Rabb of Jackson visiting Charles Hardy, ty offices and authorizing payments 1957; otherwise the allegations of
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Carnell and Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. of premiums therefore. said Compaint will be taken as
and Mrs. Robbie Shaperwere rented the Gay cottage on Bes- was visiting Mr. and Mrs. confessed by
children of Gainesville and Mrs. March 13, 1957 you.
Mrs. and Mrs. Bryan.Mr.
y Henry Carter overnight guests Saturdayof I sent'road. Mr. Zack is manager H. H. Rabb Jr. over the weekend.Mr. Mack S. Fntch. County Attorney This notice shall be publishedonce
Randolph"Crosby of Maxville were Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyin Carnell's aunt Miss Muriel Adamsof of radio station WRGR. and Mrs. F. J. Wager of and Mrs. C. iM. Patrick P. O. Drawer 943, Starke. FloridaIt each week for four consecutive
Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. Jacksonville.Mr. New York City, were guestsof W. Anderson Lima, N. Y. are spending two and baby of Sneeds and Mr. and 3/15 graph.Dated weeks. in the Bradford County Tele-
and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. Steve Weldon of Jackson- this 8 day of March 1957
and Mrs. Paul entertained weeks with Mr. and.Mrs. J. GOT- NOTICE TO 'APrf.a'Rr. -
Meng Sr. had as Sunday dinner guests (OFFICIAL SEAL)
at their home Mable ville the weekend with
Sunday on spent Mrs.
:Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bradleyand 21 eveniilg dan Wager. Clrwlt Court. Bradford Cenitr. Charles A. Darby
guests Sunday Mr.. and Mrs. John Anderson Florida !.
the weekend street. Weldon and family. aaaHI7. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
with family relatives spent in Dade City and at a surprise birthday dinner party Mrs. Alfred Brown of Rich-i and son, Johnny, of Cocoa, Mr.'' Mrs. S. S. Field of New York Mrs. O. L. Beadey and Mrs. J: cis Dolores Regan.Regan Defendant., Plaintiff, vs Frfan- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
honoring George 'Clemons W. Anderson Jr. and City spending V
and Mrs. A.
Lesburg. Mrs. Bradley Sr. returned mond, Va..spent the first <)* the W. Kincaid spent the in
to Starke with her family Melrose. week with her parents, Mr. and family of Ventura, Calif and her mother, Mrs. L. F. Smith, Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. Roy Hawkins and Mrs. and Mr. Smith. all
Mrs. Edward .Schawb and famil They were Mrs.
for a visit. Mrs. Mike McRae. Hoppe. Beasley returned
Jewell Faulk and children of of Starke. guests of Bin Smith at the Kappa home and Mrs. The Official
Monday Kincaid
H. Slade and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were OpeningOf
Mr. and Mrs. T.
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and in Jacksonville Monday and Tues- /Mrs. H. A.. Durden of Jacksonville Sigma fraternity house, U. of F., returned Wednesday with Mrs.
daughters moved back -io their Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. last Sun- weekend on |
i Sunday.
day attending the Tax Collectors Beach spent the [joe Speers of St. Petersburg and
home on Kingsley Lake over the day evening.Mrs. convention. Mr. Kelly was electedto with Mr.. and Mrs. S. R Johns Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce were Ashland, Ky. Mrs. Speers will_ bea The I U
weekend after the R. O. had been
spending past Dansby
membership on the steering and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Riich overnight guests Wednesday of guest of Mrs Kincaid and Mrs. M
five months in the Adkins home confined in the Bradford
I 'for County committee of the state associa- Mrs. N. P. Rosier Jr. has been Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke- in Beasley for a week. I II Community State Bank
on .N. Walnut St. Hospital the past week with a Edwards' of StarkeStarke
confined to her bed with flu thepast Jacksonville.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
bad cold. The Dansby family had tion.Mrs.. E. D. Bedenbaugh of Or I week. and Mrs. J. M. VIckers 'and daughters and Mr. and Mrs.
as visitors over the weekend, Mr. Florida
and Mrs. Rex Dansby and familyof lando is spending a few day Mr. and Mrs. George McDanielof had as Sunday visitors Mr. and James High of 'Jacksonville

Adele, Ga. and Mr. and Mra. with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell] Tallahassee are spending a Mrs. J. M. Barnes and daughtersof spent the weekend in Sarasota.'
FLORIDATHEATRE R. J. Andrews and family olWesconnetL f while enroute to her summer few days this week with Mr. Kingsland, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Merow of For business is announced by Ray E.' Green, State

home in Little Switzerland N and Mrs. Ben Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Siefferman Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Comptroller of Tallahassee, Florida thru its Boardof

I Mrs. Marguerite Dickens of C. Charlie Oakes returned home lot Gainesville were visiting Mr. i Howard of Jacksonville were Sun- Directors.' The bank will be open Tuesday from

Marianna and Mrs. Carl Rhyne ofSt. i Miss Pamela Faye Lawson arrived -I. Tuesday from Bradford County and Mrs. Merritt Williams over Merrill day'visitors Edwards.Mr. of. Mr. and Mrs 8:00 a.m. thru 6:00: p.m. during the first day's
home last Friday from Tilt Hospital where he has been con- the weekend.
Petesrburg arrived today for and Faulknerand operation for the purpose of receiving deposits and
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. College, Forsythe, Ga. for ten fined the past week with virus. Mrs. C. R. Williams and Mrs. Mrs.Edgar transacting general
Vining. days vacation with her parents Mrs. B. T. ThCJmas,-Mrs. Lavern G. O. Wilson spent Friday to Robert family and :Mr. and Mrs banking business.

Misses Jackie Colley and class .Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Outlaw and children, Mrs. F. P. Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.J. Faulkner of Jacksonvillewere At this new bank will I find
SAT.. MAR. 16 ONLY I Sunday guests of :Mr. and you many modern bank-
mate, Sandra Sea, of FSU spent family Hines and Mrs. H. E. Starling L. Jones in Tampa.Mr. ing conveniences
Mrs. Paul Faulkner.Mrs. and sen-ices that are being offered
the weekend with Jackie's mother Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort Lauderdale spent Tuesday at the Thomas and Mrs. Ronald Prock and
A. N. Holliday Mrs. C. R. to the banking public in Starke for the first time
-' Irs. Del Colley. is spending two weeks camp in the Scrub. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke of I
r Tillman, Mrs. F. C. Hollings.vorthMrs. for
Misses Linda Johns, Gail Duke, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis andfan.ily Jacksonville will spend the week :! James Dennis, and Mrs. your banking pleasure.
+. 4a and Betty Ann Foxworth of,FSU J. p. Sapp. spent the weekend in end with Mrs. Shellie Hall. ( We
Robert Chapman, representing th proudly announce the following
t pent the weekend with :Mr. and' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Littlefieldand Apopka visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. Merrill of Starke modern bank-
Elementary and Bradford I ing facilities to
Mrs. S. R. Johns. daughters of Immtikalee and J. C. Robinson and Mr. Lewis' Venice, Va. are occupying Mrs. serve you.
High PTA's, attended the Distric .
Mr. and Mrs. John tyixon and Mrs. F. H. Brown of Ochopeewere mother Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis, Saurs cottage at 614 Lake St. 6 PTA meeting in Orange Parkon. 1. Drive in Teller's Window for auto
) children were in Waldo Sunday Wednesday guests of Mr. who was celebrating her 89th Mr. Merrill is manager of ColHouse d banking
,. Katctv F 2. JtfsM Dew&toeycr& U four
f(isiting Mrs. M. E. Ml1 \\. and 3. M.' flickers ana Jamftv birlbday 31)1) VeD37T. restaurant. Mrs. Depository
W. H. Stcuth underwent: << Service.

c.iir ,* ,r eye surgery in Riverside Hospital
...""....-...a.... Thursday of last week. She was 3. Customer Parking in the rear of bank.
4YR .
taken Sunday to Vie home 'at
her son-In-law and daughter, Mr. Insured safe deposit boxes in assorted sizes
R -i {and "Mrs. W. L Edwards, In Jack to better serve you in protecting your valuables

Announcing Big M Dream Car Contest sonville, where she will convalesce and important documents.
Y Sn v I for ten days. Miss Kate Struth is
spending this week in Jacksonville 5. We will pay three percent interest on Savings
with her mother. Deposits.

I Ellery Davis returned to his
home on Monday from Bradford 6. All deposits will be insured by Federal Deposit

County' Hospital where he had Insurance Corporation up to $10,000.
been confined for ten days and
4ya is getting along nicely. 7. You will find courteous officers and employees

90 FREE MERCURYS Lee Oyer and Harlan Whichelloof to serve you.

V Belleville, Mich. and Robert,
Firth were fishing last weekendon 8. We cordially invite and urge you to make the

the Ocklawaha River. Community State Bank of Starke your bank

Mrs. Mattie Gahagan is, in where you will find a friendly atmosphere
4 Bluffton, S. C. for several weeks in
our spacious quarters where discuss
Y you
visiting her son, R. E. Gahagan,
and family.Mr. your financial needs in privacy with our

:"', and Mrs. Drew Ratliffs courteous, and qualified officers.

were fishing off the Florida West
9. A number of qualified officers and employeeswill
coast from Tuesday to Thursday.Mrs. .
J. C. Stringer, Mr. anMm. il be on hand to wait upon you on our opening

"High Lonesome" _._ ... : 1i'' Dick Stringer and.Lee day, and there should be no cause for
FOUR COMMUTER STATION V Meyers of Alachua were* uMa y; delay in being waited upon.
& Butler
Starring Barrymore visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. L

Two-door,6-passenger.Advanced hard :Mrs. M. G. :McMillan' and children COURTESY COUNTS."

f top design. First true passengercarride were visiting her parents, .
in station wagons. Back window Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Rogers in
I retracts for all-clear loading. Quitman, Ga. this week.

Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long were

: J I ,.. ATURNPIKE CRUISER EVERY WEEK guests of :Mr. and Mrs. L. H. '
Lewia on a trip to Nassau several ROBBINS
I [ _. < V The top of The Big M Dream-Car Fleet days last week. Upon their return
A HmM C..k..h...-.rmmitd,kf IVP**KIMM j I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and 'J

'. The most dramatic expression of Mercury's Dream-Car Design! 'Mrs. L. R. Lewis returned to MEN'SSPECIAL
"Swallow The Leader"Cartoon.
',';. Distinctive styling shared with no other car, and no other their home in Wilmington, Dela.Little .J .
Chapter No. 6 Serial 1
Lea Diffenbaugh of Jacksonville
; Mercury model. Floating Ride with unique Air-Cushion Sus-
'..e. : pension. 290-hp VPlus seven ideas found in no other car, TEN MONTEREY 4-DOOR t is spending Wednesdayto .

SUN., MON., TUES., %.;.':,. such as Breezeway Ventilation with roof-level air intakes and SEDANS EVERY WEEK aunt Friday, Sen. and with Mrs.her Charley uncle Johns.and

MAR. 17-18-19 t ; power-operated_ back window. Most advanced car at. any price! Hardtop glamour (concealed side pillar Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green and

P ruiount rWtnti ,t.'......., ). Floating Ride! Lowest, widest car I son, Gary, of Tavarez rpent the
in its field. Mercury has the industry's I weekend with her parents M r. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE
"_ ". biggest size increase! and Mrs. R. R. Hutchins.Mr. .

i i i '11 1llALIouRan 1 r ., and Mrs. Herbert Thomas

and daughter, Kathleen, were in

+ Cleveland, Tenn. over the weekend SPkT1SBIRTS
and brought back with them

Mrs. Emma Pinner fr an indefinite -
I Il i / I

$ Mr.visit.and Mrs. M. W. Lance were ,

'''xot rlihtetate IN PRIZES in Waycross, Ga. visiting Mr. and

450,000 Mrs. R. N. Carswell and familyover

( the weekend. L

Sen. Charley Johns was in New } I .61
I York City on business Sunday '
I and Monday.Mrs. .
"Little Rural Riding Hood Hildabelle Bence and Mrs.

Cartoon. 1 K. 15 Mercurys every week in 6 weekly contests.* First contest I Nita Downing of Jacksonvillewere .

r_ Sunday and Tuesday visitorsof -

WED.MAR.THURS.202L22THE FRI., ; ': starts March 4th. Enter every week! 2,190 prizes in all! 1 Mrs.Mrs. Aggie Etta Hoover Jones who of Callahanwas is ill. t :1 rl -d :t j '\

the guest last week of.:Mr. ) \\ Sizes Small, Medium
II and Mrs. Tyler Jones. II I '
KING OP .. Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Mrs. }r/7/' : / ...., .1' and LargeROBBIN'S

1 ROCK If ROLL. 1st PRIZE NEXT 4 PRIZES NEXT 10 PRIZES H. A. Bishop Jr. spent the weekend I /
with their husbands in Columbus 4' _
iALAN FREED: Easy to enter, Mercury 4-cfoor TurnMercury Commuter 2Mercury Monterey 4- Ga. Mr. Jackson and M .
pike CruIser-one each door, 6-passen Itadoor Sedans-10 each
who have in
Bishop, been Columbus
to win: ,! week. Plus an anexpensetlon Wagons 4 each week. All Mercurys on business! the last two SPfCI
easy paid week end trip t4 New week.New BIG M wagons awarded as prizes include weeks,- are expected home this : lS-

York for two, with, transare the most luxurious and Merc-O-Matic Drive, radio, weekend. MARCH

HERE'S ALL YOU DO: portation by American AireasiesHiding ever built. heater, whitewalls, directional Mrs. Pauline Evans and Mrs. V

lines DC-7 Flagship. Suite at Everything is totally new, signals,window wash Mildred Lawson visited 'Mr. and ONMEN'S '

famous hotel Special guests' completely redesigned.New ers. Station Wagons also Mrs. C. E. _Moseley in Palatkaon
tn-rmmc LTMOH tinroot IGo to your Mercury of Ed Sullivan at his teledreaRlcar: features everyinclude poweroperatedretractable Sunday. .
today. vision show. where. back window.SPECIAL Penny Hollingsworth spent the

weekend with her brotherinlawand .. ,
ROCK 2tPick up official rules and sister, Mr. and Mm. J. L. I

entry blank. NEXT 50 PRIZES NEXT 300 PRIZES Hair and daughter in Lake ,City. Values To $7.95

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalezwere
.. T Complete last line of General Electric "ComSheaffer' White Dot BONUS AWARDS in Columbus, Ga. ,over, the
3. dream-car TV sets-50 SnorkeIPenSeUauto'ercury weekend visiting Mr. and :Mrs.
Peach week. Portable, graphed by Ed Sullivan You may win $10,000 CASH Jack Roberts.
They were accompanied
"-".+rCHUCK IUay rhyme.. weighs only 26 pounds! Per _300 each week. The if you buy>> a slew Mercury by Mrs. Inez Kelly and i

..AlfP21111141 HIT SONes 21 official' blank forms with console darity. world's finest writing instru- $2O 00 CASH Mrs. James Starling who visited 4'Vnd
', Ma. entry Aluminized picture tube. men{. Wide gold-filled -or ,
r..ttUTBJ( MOl Y BU HOC ({* 4 if used Pvt, Starling Fort Benning.
ttl a*en T 11I1 CIDIrS w at fij.. to "Mercury Contest. Retail value$129.95. bands. Retail value 2275. you a carS Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams a r

..MM CMUI!.*eaa.lUllS M.!MIl Iaus ( *. official contest rules) family spent the weekend at {
try Nye OYe M r M1113 f W e1y .
.f eaawres.acarra.rraue Cypress Gardens and Bok Tower.
3. ....,.;D'S U..IOCII..IIIi1.. f -Con wf Ante a More 4 ftrovgJi April 20.Wnw nanti bttowt Mm: They also visited Rev. and Mrs.T. I
s--1\ SIIAf M1I1lI$.#/. 4-16 ml be jwf9 i it firrf COIft .TlMrwftv,talrm wJ be judgW twit,. G. Mitchell in Lakeland ;

A I ,
"'. t ...." public will take notice thatI
R :, -. will apply to the 1957 Session of '
the Legislature of Florida for t
enactme.lt of a'local law annexing:
.'; the following lands situate In Bradford [4'S DEPT.The STORE

i"..;.. ..GO TO YOUR MERCURY DEALER'S TODAY : "T. of N%County of Section Florida 22,, Twp.to-wit 5: &E. /'4R .
r 22 EL, to, and to be and become
'To Boo Or Not To Boo" ..' 'I" a
;. "fl' .- -. e part of, the City of Lawtey, Florida Store Of Values" .-
Cartoon. :, i. effective Immediately upon becoming

'.i{, '.":". _. h" _, *," '; ._. ", J.-v MACK; a law.S. FUTCH, Starke Florida
I "" "
I City Attorney of Lawtey,
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........ turf and daughters of NewportNews. visiting friends in Gainesville Sun .vrv i ................. ,wVV.V T..TTTYYYYY...s round with mumps. I sawdust.Hang. l dry on the outside.

Va., Rev. and Mrs L. L. day.Mr. i Hear that Felton Moody of > .
Parker and daughter Glenda Mr. and Mrs. Chris Corbett of! FINE LEVEL LONG BRIDGE Starke celebrated his 26th birth. i pieces of meat six to Painting the smokehouse

BROOKERBy and i Mrs. J. H. Sowells, and Mrs. Gainesville were visiting Mr.I II I AND NEW RIVER day Sunday.. Those from around I eight inches apart and don't let drum with an Epon rosin base
R. T. McDavid of Brooker. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Sunday. here I. the temperature in the drum,
by Mr. II. M. nicKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA who enjoyed the occasion paint which is resistant to
Sin. E. B. Castlen Rev. and :Mrs. W. E. Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Taylor, Sin. E. A. Sapp.u.u.uu.uuu. were Mr. and Mrs. Joe above 90 degrees Reddish
Moody, advises. acids, alkalis fats high temper-
of LaCrosse
and baby were -
Pine Level were guests of supper
supper Mr. and
&&.&&&&&&& iA.a Mrs. Robert Dobbs and
&&&&&&& ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker and guests of Mr. and Mrs.I Our saddened .ueMr Mrs. Bill Banks. 1 The meat should be smoked atures and moisture, will make
community was
Birthday Party family Tuesday night of last Clarence Thomas Saturday night., Monday to learn of the death of and Mrs. Nelson, Dekle Mrs. Margie Dobbs went back two or ,three days until It has the drum last longer, clean

Marcia Green celebrated her week. Linda Sue Thomas was the Mrs. Nora Smith of Atlanta Ga. and daughter of Jacksonville were to her old Job at Big Dad last turned a bright nut-brown color.I easier and provide cleaner smoked
9th birthday Saturday afternoon Visiting the Stalnakers on Sun overnight guest of Betty Jean week Before smoking meat allow it to meat.Your'Own.
dinner and hear
Sunday of Mr. we
as the result of a heart attack at guests that her mother -
with at her home. Outdoor Croley in Ala hua. .
a party were Mr. and Mrs RaymondG. -
the home of her brother-in-law and Mrs. M. L., Johns Jr. : is busy baby sitting these days. : ---
games were played after Kaczmarczyk and children and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and
and sister. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Miss Ida Merritt visited her Mrs. John Duke 'is driving a -
which refreshments of cake and Mr. and Mrs. Hanson of Jackson- children spent Saturday with Mrs. beautiful
HalL She was 83..years of age. sister Mrs. Linnie Drake in new Ford to school in I
cokes were icrved. ville and :Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Paul Faulkner in Starke.
Mrs. Smith and her daughter.Mrs. Lakeland Sunday through Thurs. Lake Butler now. If it rides as Own
Adkins of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Home!
Birthday Erma, D'Arcey, also of Atlanta day. Mrs. Drake has been ill good as it looks it sure beats
T. Sowells celebrated his Mrs. Stella Andrews of Miami and children and Goldie Thomas '
had been visiting here since for several weeks and a truck.
birthday Sunday with a dinner in attended services at New River spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. we are
Thursday of last week. She had Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and .
glad to hear that she is feeling
his honor. Those attending were Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. E. C. Lewis in Starke.
attended church services Mrs. Fronie
Sunday Moody attended
:Mr. and :Mrs. V. V. Hazen and and Mrs. Carl Thomas of Rev. C. B. Stallings spent Monday morning and evening and before better. church services at Lake Butler BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
Eon Jimmy of Starke, Mr. and Gainesville were visiting Mr. and I in Jacksonville with a group of her death Sunday. night her Mr. and Mrs. James Lavenderand Christian Church Sunday night ,
Mrs. H. A. Coleman of Gainesville Mrs. Tim Thomas Friday.Mr. Southern Baptists who were in- ''brother-in-law and niece- had- come family- were weekend visitorsof

Mr.: and Mrs.: Vernon Over- and Mrs. Bill Genevor were vited to see the Baptist Hospital.Rev. .,up from Orlando to visit her 'and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiverin ESTENSION'MAN SAYS 'Will Build You A HOME On Your Lot

,.. C. B. Stallings was visit- were here when she died. Funeral GaineSville.Those 2 DRUMS WILL MAKE
ing Rev. A. E. Young in Lake services were held in Hart's enjoying Sunday dinner USABLE SMOKEHOUSEWith
Butler Friday.Mr. I Chapel at Macon Ga. Wednesdayat with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns 1 BED ROOM $ 995.00
Fontana Village Resort
4/Oh#/ aI is diUerent-at Fontana : and Mrs. R. E. Nettles attended 11 a.m.t followed by interment were Mr. and 'Mrs. Pledger Johns two metal drums, some
1 everybody has fun! a Young Adult Class in Riverside Cemetery. DeWitt C. I and daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Be- stove pipe and a little sheet 2 BED ROOM $1,595.00

\ Fishing is excellent in meeting of the Methodist Churchin Jones Funeral Home had chargeof land Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. metal a farmer can easily builda

Fontana Lake and McIntosh Sunday. local arrangements.Mr. Chick Rhoden of Starke, Mr. and one-hog smoke house. Robert 3 BED ROOM $2,095.00

fl/h 'filled there's swimming in a C. S. Fisher of Dade City was I and Mrs J. L. Alvarez and Mrs. Johnny Andrews'and family, L. Reddish of the Florida Agri.

/ I new luxurious pool in the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. Sam Saunders of Middleburg of Lake Butler, and Mr. and'MrsW. ., cultural Extension Service will i

season, craft making A. Nettles. attended services at Pine Level N. Johns of Alachua. supply the plans for this simple HOUSES ARE COMPLETE ON OUTSIDE WITH
dancing scenic Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. is house for smoking hams, bacon
square Emily Moody back from I
4 Mrs. G. B. Colson, :Mrs. J. C.
I tours tennis shuffleboard Harrell, M. O. Harrell, Truby Pin- Mr .and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez. I a few days visit with Mr. and I and sausage. FLOORING AND ALL PARTITION STUDDINGON
1 ii1h horseback: riding Mrs. Joe E. Starling spent last One
holster Coy Edwards and Pitt Mrs. Chester Moody in KeystonEHei drum is used as the firebox -
-plenty more to see week in Palatka with her son-in. INSIDE, ONLY
.::!!? Baxter attended the Golden Wedding 'hts.Ollie the other is used to hang
and do in this sparkling law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. .
the meat cuts in. A 'wooden
Kendrick of Atlanta Ga
celebration of ,
\\1 mountain air andthere's .Anniversary
cover keeps in the smoke and -
l Mr. and Mrs. M. P. :Matheny in spent last week with his sister
\ supemsed play and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent with steel rod the underside
\.. for children baby sit Gainesville Sunday. Mrs. Schofield.Mr. a on -I
Wednesday of last week with their
ten available. Have Sorry to hear of Mrs. Ressie and Mrs. Joe Leslie For. supports the meat. PALATKA
.. grandson, Dwight Thomas of
/ the time of your life at Carlton's accident last week. syth spent from Friday unt I Tile can be used to. cpnd'ucthe
Brooker, who underwent a ton-
Fontana. Write or Seems that she spilled hot greaseon silectomy in the Gainesville hospital Sunday with Mrs. Forsyth's par. smoke instead of stove pipe. IN STARKE AND VICINITY -

phone for reservations her hand, and spent a coupleof ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Muller I This should be covered with several -
today .Freo colors days in the hospital in Lake on Monday. in Ocilla Ga. inches of earth.
folder. Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylorand Call Smith DeVoe Phone 410 J
Whether use this smoke. -
4pB'sftONTA1 Rev. and Mrs. Ressie Carlton children of Olustee spent Fri On the sick list this week i; you
day night with the H. M. McRaes Fonie Crews, a patient in Doc,- house plan or: one of your own
were dimmer guests of Mr. and and tors Hospital, Starke. She is im,. build the fire with dry wood
( A VILLAGE' Mrs. H. J. Jernegan- in Williston.Mrs. here the Robert Myricks in
RESORT Roy McDavid and children Starke, returning home Saturday proving and we hope she is sooi that contains no resin. After the
DEPT. S-58 FONTANA VILLAGE N. GBRUSH night. back home. We are also glad tc of Gainesville were visiting Mr. ,
see. Mrs. Flora Belle Nettle: coals put on a few sticks of
I and :Mrs. L. L. Dyal Sunday.. 2nd Lt. Arley McRae returned
back the after he: hardwood or hardwood
on job again r green
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barker home from Lackland AFB San

and family of Jacksonville spent Antonio, Texas and spent a few

Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. R. days with his parents, Mr. and .. tLt

H. Green and family. .Mrs. J. W. :McRae. With his

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crittenden of mother and brother James, he is SOME HOME&EPAIG.IU& ,
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and visiting his grandparents, Mr. and ,
H W' Y llR H1? Mrs. Russell Green Sunday. Mrs. V. B. Wheeler in Alabama. I! / : : 32 PIECE
Dale Polk of Tampa and Edith Lt. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick and

Polk of Trenton were Sunday dinner children, and Mra Sue Myrick of tNOWANDTHEN, DINNER SET

guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Starke, arrived home from San L
Are you having trouble getting a I. Mann. Diego, Calif. a few days ago. Mrs. IS DONE BY Sen-ice For 6With

"Smooth Start"? Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howard and Myrick and children are visitingher This

family of Jacksonville Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sweat, WISE AND

Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and familyof at Orlando. Bishop left for Brunswick 5 pc. CHROME DINNETTE SUIT
Does your family give you: The Daily Gainesville, and Mrs. Martha Ga. for more air flight YTHKIFTy MEW/ -
Ha! Ha! Ha!?
training. .
Polk of Trenton were Sunday r Mffer **
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen W. McRae's new addressis ... Iz FOR ONLY

Does hair get in your eyes? E. B. Crosby. : ETI USS Calhoun County. LST ..-.: {
... .
Do you have the "Itch"? Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mott, Mrs. 519, care FPO, New York. N. Y. -- ...

Do the ladies look, and then start run- May Mott and Mrs. Mattie = .;;:;:,. .... ..-
Sowells were visiting Mrs. Beady NOW IS THE TIME .e 6
ning? Connerly in Tallahassee and Mr. TO PLANT AND PRUNE r / .

and Mrs. L. B. Crosby in Greensboro THOSE ROSE BUSHESThe
You can get the answer to fit any occasion last weekend. Our Finance Plan Allows You To Do
cool weather of this month
from the unofficial Problem Com- Mrs. Mattie Sowells, Mrs. Rosa

mittee, Brothers of the Brush, who hold Kelley and Mrs. Theo Dyal w revisiting offers bushes-or a good to chance plant, to if your prune homeis rose Your Work. We Furnish MaterialsYou
Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
frequent "Business Sessions" here. without this beautiful' flower. '
Mott in Hague Monday. Because roses are growing slow. Save Labor. Call Us For Details Featuring
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and
ly now, there is less chance of
Bring Brush "This'sa Away" and .
your family j-pent the day with Mrs. *
Extension Table With
let the "Experts" help you look like Scarbrough and family in Lake damaging the plants by pruningnow
advises Dr. S. E. McFadden, Leaf
Butler last week.
Linda Faye Scarbrough of Lake ornamental horticulturist with the fTARKE/ = Plastic Top
Florida Agricultural ,
LONG BRIDGE Butler spent the weekend with Station. Experiment > E ..
Mr. and :Mrs. Ned Hicks. Chrome Legs
Pruning is valuable not to
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prescottand only 1UILDERS SUPPLIESLflrme4S -
PACKAGE STORE children of Starke were visiting shape the plants but to increase In Attractive Spring

Mrs. Doshia Prescott vigor. Proper pruning techniques
Sunday. Colors
11 Miles From Starke Sorry to hear that Winston should be learned before using the ; 333 123 EAST CALL STREET

On Highway No. 100 Kelley is missing several days of shears however. Rose bushes can 4 Plastic Covered PHONE 80

Enroute To Lake Butler school. Seems that he was hit in be killel by drastic pruning of top Chrome Leg Chairs '

t the eye bye a flying object last growth. No more than half of any .. .
healthy cane should be .
: week. Sure hope he will be O.K. removed.To _
soon. shut out rot organisms, a
good idea is to coat the
I Mary Ellen Padgett says their surface of -

little Cocker Spaniel dog has left wounds, especially large ones, r' .. .
home. He is buff color and answersto with orange shellac or a wound- .' CARLOAD

the name of Buffy. If anyone sealing paint.
For those folks interested in
knows his whereabouts :Mary t PURCHASE
would appreciate hearing from' planting roses now, Dr. Mc t

you. Fadden suggests, as a first step, iI'Ii I OF G-E AUTOMATIC
finding a sunny, well-drained, open -
SOME FOOD AND COVER spot on your grounds easily
accessible for constant care.
By proper choice of varieties, LOW PRICE
roses can be blooming in North

The passing of the rail fencein Florida gardens at least nine GENERAL f| ELECTRIC : I

Florida has meant not only months of the year round. When .

the loss of rustic beauty but planting, take care not to drop the
more practically the loss of crown of the bush below the sur- :: FOOD FREEZER t GENERAL |p ,
face of the soil.
I good wild game cover.A. '' DELUXE AUTOMATICWASHIR
S. Jensen assistant fores- Don't be skimpy on space. A ',&.L \ NEW 1957
r ter with the Agricultural Exten five-foot interval between plantsis ,_

I sion Service, says timber owners not excessive for taller v ,.MM'V. : :' ''<.'' ,,,,,-
varieties. ;
., .
are missing a good bet when i WITH tJt.If1.W': ;.z ;;
they don't make allowances for 1 /
: 1
: : I/J1 i fConl'o/
the propagation of game animalson i ,
Ufa I II \.i / ,.,}/ ; ,"" -'t.4.
their tracts. Birds prefer to .; '" -{A L-- ':;%?foo.-
nest along fence lines, ravine 'Y .
c 9/
edges and field corners, providedthese Choke *f 1 I* IS Mlnwlt we* .r
areas are left undisturbed.The I p ri df-automatically ,..* fat*
I 1 farmer friendly to game I I I s I spin, rinM and final I HIM p.tled.| .

will provide not only good cover, .
but also food patches, oneeighthacre : ;

in size will be enough. eo

When corn or other tall grain is .. r S' '
Model HU.11
used for animal and bird food, it .Ir i
RCA Victor Enfield, This console iuus 278
is wiseto break down some of 1$
swivels="aims" both picture and sound the stalks after the grain has 3 U.CAPAOTY t
In direction! 261 in.of viewable
any sq. formed. Inside Story. H !
I 'living Image" picture. Balanced Fidelity I Wild trees and bushes on the (E ,-. MODEL WA.3SCP '

Sound. Illuminated tuning J dial. farm also make good natural RUGS, furniture, clothing, n.wrin.natu na. se tM tn asr 'J VIm TRADE. I .
Mahogany grained, walnut grained food. Especially relished by birds
finishes. kitchen equipment ...... .... ... t I Uir
t limed oak grained (extra.) are the fruits of wild cherry, ITwMUM PNNdln firsW4 FEATURES !
1 Model 21T738. wild plum, red cedar elderberry, will go too if your home to H mxaum mm Isis lit lasrit.. CHECK THESE FINE : ,

burns down. DmUaoflulss1/leisrtsgr I ... wpodly
wax myrtle dogwood sumac, a. Mf
Other Models From $295'95 holly, briars and wild grapes. You'd hate to pay for even (r* MM UORK MM .apes" W>y, OMM .., .. IeanIr m". 1 Easy top bodJn j NOM 01 I

Ragweed patches furnish ban- part of the replacements but I *.*),.1.. '1"' : t Portdob wosttosktt end tub e
quets for quail. you may have to if your in- '* HEEM _&as. M ... itaiMi SWIM .! *. T.r l'tJ.l Famous W Adhotor WosUnfAdiea
When the weather Is dry most surance isn't adequate to w ,...... s.tIIIII I '
birds and animals are expert at CUM en rums to t.IM* ti alai-add-- ) ,
meet the loss. 6 E ttctIoaPlal
..rrr-".: s-year ro
gathering dew from leaves when
See us for an inside-and-out SIOME OiL0M1
other water is scarce. Most 1

TV ServiceAll Florida farms are forunate in protection check-up today! t ,

having a water supply available,, r

however.A E81CI
well-managed farm cateringto

wildlife can mean more Income .

Free Estimate to farmers. Some charge I-
All Work -
city hunters so much per day or ... ..

-s .M Red's Center
Fully Equipped DependableAll season to hunt. Others have a Appliance

boarding service. :

Makes and-Models NORTH SIDE H. C. WaD Agency ,


\rig "WwaMpi 33 a. m. 7alatar
TV Radio ,- Seat Covers Upholstering Total, ':S
Phone 239 Starke, Fla. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Starke. Fla.

Wednesday 7SO p. m. Everyone )
welcome.- E. C. Harvey pastor. II

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Frank Boggs Slated I New Map For Fair Exhibit Mrs. Zena Brown family plot in Riverside Ceme- YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester!

For Program AtPark.OE.ThePaIms: Dies Was OwnerOf tery in Macon. DeWitt C. Jones brook prase-size fountain pens h
Funeral Home of 'Starke was in pastel shades Only $!.Ot: at Brad

CHURCHES (.6 Motor Court charge of arrangements. ford County Telegraph.

Frank Boggs, associate pastor
Mrs. Zena Thomas Brown, 89, ,
and minister of music at the
former owner and operator of the Chiropractic For ArthritisYes

First Baptist Church, Tallahassee, WtADI'0fD IOUitTY j 'r n e 1k. ,: Biscayne Motor Court, died last'
will be at Park-of-the-Palms ( Chiropractic care has proven very effective in
F Church.Friday Methodist Church Central Florida's Bible Conference { ::J : caSes of arthritis.
Presbyterian ; A native of Richland, S. C. her: many Chiropractic care removes the

Keystone Heights, Thurs- >"" '_ II ri parents were the late James A.I. cause instead of covering up the symptoms. '
Adult Choir practice 9:45: Sunday School. March 21 8:15 : '';f;
day, at p. m. i and Johnson '
yLY, Mary Thomas. Below Is Such A Case
11 a. m. Morning worshipThe .
8 p. m. Mr. Boggs is a 'recording artist "" '" ", I.: ,,. Survivors inclule a brother, J.
Church School, 9:45a. : sermon, "Privilege: The for WORD Records, and also Woman, aged 72, was overweight and suffered with
Sunday A. Thomas of Starke
m. Morning Worship, 11 a.: Sadducee/" is' the second in a appears as_soloist-director on ;IT( ; Mrs. Sallie I. Glisson; a of daughter Starke;, painful swollen joints. Patient complained of being

m., the pastor presiding with' series leading up to Easter. a weekly television program ,. two grandsons, John William Glis. tired and irritable most all the time. Unde Chiro-

message by Clayton Bell, senior, 5:45 Recreation time for "Windows Toward God" on WC- ,/: l son .of Starke and L. R. Bolandof I practic care for several months, this"patient's symptomshave
the MYF. i
ministerial student Columbia TV. For three years he was regu- LF Columbia, S. C.; three grand- been reduced about 80%.
k Theological Seminary. Decatur, 6:15 "Dine-A-Mite" for MYF lar soloist on The Baptist Hour, daughters, Mrs. W. E. Gates of
business ,1 7 For Further Information Phone 108
6:45 j
: Worship ,
Ga. Youth Fellowships, 6 p. m. a coast to coast broadcast on E't { Columbia, Mrs. Maurice Felton
Evening Worship The Ten Virgins meeting for MYF. more than 400 radio stations.: :
7:30 p. m. 7:30 Evening worship. Starting Sunday, March 17, a : : .,.;"' ,"" Key West, Fla. ,I
Everyone is invited to wor- Conferencewill H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTOR
Tuesday Starke Social Club. one week Missionary I Mans was held Saturday at St.
ship with us this and every Sun-
Church 7:30 p. be led at ParkofthePalmsby f Edwards Catholic
First Methodist Church with 426 N. Walnut St.
tn. day. Rev. Harold L. Fenton, home Father John Skehan officiating.

:Meeting' director, Dr. Howard Goddard Burial followed in the Sharon
I Wednesday Prayer At The Tabernacle and Rey. R. Kenneth Stracnan, NEW MAPS for Bradford County's exhibit at the Strte Fair In Cemetery near Green Cove Springs.

7:30 p. m. general director of the Latin Tampa, are shown above being given a finishing touch by R. A. Shutt, The'Rosary was recited at DeWittC. COMPLETE LINE

practice .! Unforeseen circumstances pre- American Mission. Services will local artist Enlarged county map, In foreground, gives I detailed in- Jones Chapel Friday evening.
vented the arrival of Dr. John be held Sunday morning after- STARTER
formation about
Bradford industry and agriculture. Mrs. Marian
McNeill at the Gospel Tabernaclefor noon, and evening; each week
Lutheran Services a week's series of meetings, day morning through March 22 Howe, Chamber of Commerce secretary, stayed with the exhibit Starke Woman'sSister TUXEDODEVELOPER E

122. E. Washington St. but Fred Sacher, Park-of-the- at 9:30 a. m., and Monday, Tues- during the Fair, and states that thousands visitors saw the Brad- Dies Here GROWER

Palms brought the message Mon- day, and Wednesday nights at 8. ford exhibit. ..... .

Regular services will be held day night and Rev. John Marjene, The Latin American Missionwas Mrs. Nora Thornbury Smith, 83,

at 7:30: Sunday evening, at our of the Fellowship dhurch, Jack- founded in 1923 and now ?YYYYYYYYYYYYY.YTYYYYYYYYYYYVYYTYYyyyyy' of Macon, Ga. died Monday morn- FEEDS S

new location, 122 E. Washington sonville, continued through Friday numbers some 200 persons. Its NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ing at the home of her sister, Mrs.

Walnut Street.) night.with a message each even- influence is felt in medical, education W. E. Hall in Starke.
Street (near
A series of lectures will be I ing and special music. Other guest and cultural circles. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Mrs., Smith had 'been visiting 16 : % LAYING I
speakers will be announced from Mrs. Hall for several
during the jnonth of'March,; Ozora J. Shell days. .
given time to time.CHURCH. MASH
St. Mark's Episcopal I. Surviving three
subject being "The Lutheran . . . . . . . . . are daughter, Pork-Maker Hog Feed
-------------------------' Mrs. Irma S.
i Rer. Raymaud & MacBlaln -----------&AAAAAAAAA D'Arcy of Atlanta,
Don'tmiss OF CHRIST
and The Bible.
Church Saving Club MeetingThe 64 inches tall. This Mrs. Eugenia Andrews of St. Special Corn & Wheat
interesting discus-: C. L Overturf Jr., Minister Services at St. Mark's Episcopal plant is very Scratch
these Simons Island Ga., and Mrs. Jessie
Social Club ladies
Saving green and is still
Church will be as follows: growing.
sions. Sunday Sunday School, 10 Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church held their first meeting for the have had to move it from the Smallwood of Macon; two sons, $3.85 per 100 lbs.

The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pas !I a. m., morning service 11 a. m., School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I month at the home of Queen science table to a larger placeon Oscar Lee Smith of Wilmington, _

tor of the First Lutheran Church: evening service, 6:30 p. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: Esther Green. The menu con- the floor. Mrs. S. C. Price N. C. and DeWitt Smith of Macon; Baby Chicks And

of Gainesville, will conduct the Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. p.m. Y. P. S. L. sisted, of delicious barbecue chicken principal; D? B. Jackson, Report two brothers, Ernest A. Thorn- Poultry
bury of Shannon, Ga., and F. L.
services. The next
m. Wednesday: 7:3tr p.m. Litany and other goodies.
I All persons without a nom Radio Program Station I and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir' meeting will be on Monday, March erChurch News Thornbury of Clinton, S. C.; three Equipment

M church are Invited to attend. WRGR Sunday, 8:30: 9 a. m., I Practice. 18. at the home of Mrs. Rosa Services for Mt Pisgah A.M.E'I sisters. Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Vera
for the month, "The Ghent. All members dre asked to Mitchell of Rome, Ga., and Mrs.
Subject Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Church will begin with Sunday
NEW RIVER Bible." 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30.: a. m. be present so we -may complete School at 9:30 a. m., Supt. Annie Stinson of Griffin, Ga. _AND OTHER PLANTS

BAPTIST CHURCH awaits everyone. plans for the 7th anniversary Wright in ,charge. :Morning wor- Funeral services were held

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH program at RJE on Sunday. ship at 11 a. m. will be conductedby Wednesday in Harts, Chapel at PETUNIAS SALVIA ASTERS ZINNIAS

ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening ServIce -i Rev C. Bruce Stallings, pastor BETHEL April 28. Mrs. Corean McNeil, the' assistant pastor Rev. S. Macon. Burial followed "in the Magic Bloom Gro-Tone For Flowers

7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each i Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn- BAPTIST CHURCH president; R. B. Cohen, reporter. Redic. Christian Union will meet .

Wednesday, 7-:30 p. m. Everyone: ing worship, 11 a. m.; training Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Heart Fund ReportDr. at the church at 3 p. m. Sunday Post Commander Isaac And Gardens Premier Peat Moss

welcome.L.. L. Parker, pastor.. union 7 p. m.; evening worship services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m Florence Jennings Youth with the president Rev. G. B. is improving in the Kelly

8 p. m. Song service 7:30: p. m.Rev.. Counsellor of Bradford County Gurgman, in charge. at 7:30 p.' at Veterans Hospital

HEILBRONN MISSIONARY Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, R. L. Lee pastor. and general chairman' for the m. the evening worship will be bers of Tuskegee Post 314, Ala.are All asked mem-to SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO.

BAPTIST CHURCH 8 p. m. Heart Fund Drive, wishes to' conducted .
by the pastor, Rev.E. write him
in care of'Ward H of j 539 E. Call St. Starke, Florida
r Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn HAMPTON thank all the patrons, principals, L. Walker. You are cordially. that hospital.

ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS' CHRISTIAN CHURCH teachers and others for the fine invited to attend all of these :...... --= -

Worship 7:30 p.: m. Training CHURCH Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30 cooperation given in the cam- services. Sis. R. L. Walker, re- rt M -

Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn p. m. Bible Study. Wednesday, paign. A total of ;?;49 was collected porter.. i,
Wednesdays ing Worship. 11 a. m.; Evange- 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- and I
1 Weak Prayer Meeting, from school envelopes Bethlehel Freewill Baptist

7:30 p. m. Rev. S. F. listic services, 7:30 p. m. ship, 11 a m. Evening Worship, plastic hearts. The money was Church, Rev. L. :McKay pastor MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE EQUIPMENT

Beard, pastor.CHARLEY Wednesday Prayer Meeting .7:30 p. m. Bible SChool, 10 a. m. reported to her by SupervisorShell. held Home Missionary Rally last

.7:30 p. m. Itemized accounts have Sunday which was very success-
been posted in the schools. ful. They still plan to continue .j
Sisters of the Swish entertainments and selling for
You most of hours in
spend waking
c= 635 MacMahan St. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. MornIng your your
Prof. E. Thompkins, our division the building fund of the church.
C. L Oerturf Jr., Minister Worship 11 a.m. Evening chairman for the Centennial, The I Can Circle will meet at the office. Why not have it as pleasant and attractive -
Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
has not named the chairman for home of Rev. and Mrs. McKayAll
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone as your home. You will be surprised at the
this group and her committee, members are asked to attend I
Worship 6:30 p.m. welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott,
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Dastor. but:: plans to do so soon. Bonnetsare this Saturday and bring a friend increased efficiency that new equipment will I
now on sale at headquarters since we are going to have a

p.m CHURCH OK CHRIST downtown; and can be purchasedfor weiner roast. Gladys Blye, re bring to your office.

$1 in all popular colors and porter.
C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister
CHURCH polka-dot. Persons wishing to Boy Scout Meet
Bible 10
Sunday -- Study a. m.
Preach- wear cosmetics may purchase a Each Wednesday rain or shine
Sunday School 10 a. m. :Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. 'Worship 7:30 p. m. permit for $1. Your editor feels the Boys of Troop 71 meet Scout- o a o a

m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p. that Brother of the Brush Thomp- master Booker T. Marshall at EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S

I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. m. kins is trying to find a personin RJE. They are to be commendedon '

Radio program. "Old Paths" the community whose grand- the very fine programs they DESKS t

each Sunday 9 a. m. Station parents might have been slaves, have been having. Special praise

Y FRIGIDAIRETHE WDVH. so that they may do justice- to I should be given assistant scout EXECUTIVE CHAIRS 1
E. JOHNS & SON"I this grand Centennial Celebra- master Willie Bass who is also

SEVEN DAY tion. It is a fact that 100 years janitor at RUE for his splendid STENO POSTURE CHAIRS

understand that I can get BEST-KNOWN ADVENTIST CHURCH ago we, as a group were still help. In a recent program the

a Retirement policy which NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Services each Sabbath In the slaves, since emancipation did Scout oath was given by Dan ,

home of$. N. Brown across from not come until January 1, 1863 Flemings; a Scout is reverent by

A will guarantee me a $200 or Bethel Baptist Church east of Patterns for skirts are availableat Chester Crum; a Scout is loyal Lowest Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets
$300 monthly income for life Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Stumps and Olens. Buttons by Booker T. ,Marshall; a Scoutis I

after I'm 65 old. Is WATER HEATERSAIR of the Swish will go James
years Bible Study each Wednesday, for Sisters trustworthy by Diggs;

it true that this retirement CONDITIONERS 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote pastor. on sale as soon as possible.Unit A Boy Scout Willie Kelly; p 4 Drawer | 4 Drawer

I income WASHERS & DRYERS on- TransportationThe Scout is friendly, Edward Jones;
i is completely free of
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income tax?" sixth grade class February and her Giant sons, Legal Size

Get The Best For Less elementary department, taught b; John Givens; a Scout is courteous -

CLAY HILL Mrs. Suzanna D. Williams, com- Clifford Hudson; a Scout is '

At pleted a unit on transportation kind, Robert Ellerson; a Scoutis $46.50 $54.95
bj Mr*. i. L. .StrickiaoeI8AUUAtA11AW .
Tj The class began the brave is
recently. Isom Parks; a Scout

Charley E. Johns Sniith'sGaraeSales AAUla study Jan. 30. During the studya clean Milton Ellerson; a Scout is Plus Tax Plus Tax .

field trip was made to Waldo obedient, Lonnie Coleman. Com-
Mrs. Willie Padgett and chil- I
by train and the group was returned mittee Chairman Elmer R. Shellis
dren of Hill
Clay spent Sunday I
to Starke in a Chartered asking all committeemen tc
: & Son and Service with her parents the Ceif God- .
Agency .. Greyhound Bus out of Gainesville meet at his home Monday night
We Service AH Makes of .wins at Maxville.
While they were on the train en- March 18, for a "Coke Sip." Full Size
Electrical Appliances Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strickland, Smith Corona
route to Waldo the porter car- Past Scoutmaster Aaron Holly if
Lane and Clara
606 N. Temple Ave. Rev. and Mrs. ,
Phone 13 Gekie ried them on a tour to the bag. invited to be their guest. Pleasebe
i Starke Fla. PHONE 120 and Faircloth enjoyed
gage room. The culminatinf present at 8 p. m. Business of
Sunday dinner with the Ernie
I Padgetts and went from thereto activity of the unit was "Open importance for Scouting' in the I Pacemaker Typewriter
House" which included an exhibit Fourth Division of the American ,
the sing at Long Branch. '
displaying various types of Legion. B. T. Marshall Scout- ."
:= We were glad to have Nellie
transportation. Most of the teach- master; Charles Covington, re
Wilkinson in Sunday School and ers and students visited the class- porter. Only $169.67 :=
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Church at Clay Hill the last two
l room on Friday and Monday. All Choir No. 2 rendered inspira- &tQIfII
Sundays. After services she spent for
reported a very interesting exhibit tional music at the morning wor- redlCt
the with her Mrs. work
day daughter. oct!
FLA. especially the principal. ship in New Bethel Church. At Plus Tax
Floyd Johns and family at Clay
Prof. Thompkins, supervisor and 3:30 p. m. the church, choir'pastor -

Hill.Glad teachers. Robert Lee Wade, class and officers visited Rev. Mc- Terms Arranged
RE> LEWIS D. HAINES; Pastor to hear that Elmer Carter
president: Edward Jones secretary Arthur and congregation at Keystone
is improving after a recen'toperation
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town for cancer in his left ; Mrs. S. D. Williams, re Heights. The evening message -I

,Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 porter. | was delivered by Rev. Willis -' .
jaw.Our Thurston School News district missionary. We are:
revival.will start at Clay
Don't miss hearing the famou glad to welcome back Sister Janie
Hill Sunday night, March 17. i Remington Rand'"T opfJight"Adding.Mathines
Sunday Sermons: ll':00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Latimore Gospel Singers who Petterman after and illness of
with Rev. Patterson as the
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. preacher. We plan on having are from two years to 14. They several weeks. Joan Jenkins re $
Z come from Jacksonville and wil' porter.

) Midweek Sen-ice Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. some good singing and everyoneis sing at Ebenezer Baptist Churchon The trustees conducted a successful $ : 116.99
invited to take part. ,
Sunday, March 24, at 3 p. m. program at Allen Chapel
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVrH at Rev. Patterson suffered an at- "
This program (is being sponsoredfor A.M.E."Church last Sunday night
tack of asthma and could not AND UP
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. preach for us last Saturday the school beautification pro- The rally is still in progress and
gram. Tickets can be pui-hasec? the pastor is asking all membersto
Jim Strickland substitutedfor
.. night.him.A from the school. Rev. E. L do their full duty. Sister N Terms To Suit Your Convenience

Walker president of PTA, Mr. L. Washington is still ill at the I.
full house took part in the
fIll 4 I '. "
Bryant treasurer, and other home of her son in Dania. She
Associational Sing at Long
members. In keeping with Saint can be reached by card or letterat
Branch last Sunday. The Junior
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES Patrick's Day the third and Box 1089, Hollywood, Fla. All
Choir of Long Branch and other
I fourth grade classes planted an members are asked to shower her
I' groups sang some beautiful num Irish potato which has with. cards and letters. %WE RENT
grown Typewriters
Starke Elementary School : bers. Miss Lorraine Coley from andAddingMachnesLet

: Jacksonville was with us and

I was a great inspiration. She is r "

Washington and Grand Streets : perfectly blind but plays beautifully -

Good Singing Forceful. PreachingSunday I: leader,on Winfred the piano.Wilkinson Our song left FUEL OIL Us Know> Your- Office Equipment needs

I early Sunday afternoon. His sister -

School _J___----- 9:45 A.M. Sarah and her family, who It we don't have it in,stock -- we 7lget it!
have been in Germany for -
Worship Services _.____11:00 A.M. years arrived Sunday several on Prompt, Dependable Delivery ::'

Training Union _____________________ 6:15 P.M. furlough and his Aunt Emma
Evening Worship _-_ 7:30 P.M. from Michigan also came in Sun- EumTTmPHOME I
day, so he 'was anxious to be
Prayer Services. & Business Meeting. Wed. 7:30 P.M. with them. Bradford County TelegraphPHONE

... The next Associational Sing I
Come. And Bring I The Children Room, For All will be held at White Horse JOHN A TORODE, JOBBERSHELL 29 .

on April 14. Let's all try to at- I STARKE, FLORIDA
tend and have a song or twready

t"4 ,, ,
11 " I" I I I J I to sing.




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MARCH 15, 1957

er the close of the audit period. offsetting," the report said. Seniors Plan Song Humor Show Polio Warren A. Pittman. Defendant. I I CALL FOR BIDS _
County Officials'Audits The Superintendent and Board On income and expenses, the Group otlee T. AppearTo NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
: Warden A. Pittman whose Board of
The County Commissionerswill
were on well-kept audit said "The of income
: r port .- -- residerce and address it: Unknown. receive sealed bids until 10:00
record" classification of receipts and expenses 'for the year l Slates Meeting You are hereby notified east a o'clock.M... April 1. 1957. at which
and minutes of .: suit for divorce and restorationo time said bids will be opened for
Released and expenditures 1955 was filled as required by -
I ;1i { maiden namo the sale to said Board of the fol-
the Board's meetings. "Clerical law and was accurate except for The annual meeting of the baa been filed against you in the owing items; F.O.B. Starke: _ _

assistance in the superintendent's minor bookkeeping errors reflected : LtL .:L Bradford County Chapter of the above named Court and case and 1-Conference inches wide top 32 steel desk 70
you are required to serve a copy of .x inches deep
(Continued from Page 1) office appeared to be adequate in the report. After adjustment National Foundation for Infantile four answer nr nleading to the adjustable height. letter and/or _ _
the audit remarked. complaint the Plaintiffs Attorney box drawers on each pedestal
fort these errors the # Paralysis will be held : on
Tuesday Lloyd Bass 210 Clark Building suspension -
but not
cords were adequate were "Accounts handled by the various -
$88.40 excess income reportedwas March '19 7:30 or nylon glide drawers.
I evening at at Jacksonville 2. Florida _ _
supported by any tangible evidence schools in the County were reduced to $74.99 which remitted the Garden Restaurant. and file the original m cue office of I 1.3 drawer, legal size heavy _ _
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or guage steel file cabinet, suspension -
inventories. .
of with
periodic in accordance
I[generally kept to the County General Reports" of activitiesand before the I drawers thumb latchon
School fcjard |:the uniform ftfstem of accounts," chapter each drawer.
Fund. The sheriffs attention is | 15 day of April. 1S57:
finances for 1956 will be S-Sections open storage vertical
School finances in general were 'the audit remarked. otherwise the allegation of said
I the cabinets roller shelves
again to Attorney high
submitted by Maxie Carter Jr. Complaint will be taken as co&fened -
carefully managed, the audit said The lack of a report 'toy the finance General's opinion which states by )'ou. (including: roller shelves) with
chairman, and L. M. Gaines one (1) and panel maximum
with "serious exception. audit of the This notice shall I be published
one officer on an
,, that excess income is requiredto treasurer. Mrs. Charles L. Dink- one. each week for four consecutive 15 inches deep. size to accommodate -
The expenditures of the operating accounts of the various schools for be remitted by Jan. 15." I. weeks in the Bradford County Tele -regulation. size Deed '
funds "had not been kept the fiscal year 1954-1955 was noted ins, 1957 March of Dimes cam- graph. Pook. 1
said that the sheriffs Dated'this 8 day of March, 1957. ,
The audit qaign director will open storage vertical
report or
within the means available. The I I: by the audit, though it said I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb* cabinet 16 roller shelves high.
audit said that though I that she "stated that she had financial records were "fairly the recent fund drive. Clerk of the Circuit Court.. I (including roller shelves), size
tures were within the expendi-I, I made an audit.of these accounts. well kept." An election of the Executive By Marian L. Crosby Deonty 3/15 4t('I.45OTlE v 'I to 19"x13"x3 Accommodate record books _ _

_ _
receipts had been overestimated!I HospitalI Tax Collector Committee for 1957 will be held. No additional specifications will

when the budget was prepared."In .I I The audit of the Bradford The audit reported that in Tax : :Miss Gaie W. Derm state TO ALL WHOM% FT MAY CONCERN: be published other than the fol. _ _

the preceding audit report," County Hospital Corp., remarked Collector J. R. Kelly's office the representative of the National You will please take notice that. lowing Bids may Instructions be sumitted to bidder on one or _ _

the audit said. "it was. noted that "the financial condition was "resources were not adequate to Foundation will attend the meet pursuant ter 150 to Florida the provisions Statutes of of Chap-1955; all of the described items and the _ _

that this condition was caused by good." cover all liabilities of record at -; -_._---_. ing. the Board of County Commissioners Board bid as reserves to one'the or'more right items to accepta and

overestimating the receipts in "During the audit period the the close of business June 30 of Bradford County Florida to reject said bid as to the remain
will at the regular monthly meet-
preparing the 'budget. This.condi- construction and equipping of the 1956 and a cash deficit of $263.- Johnnie Tillotson center, goes over plans for the March 29 show NOTICE TO ArrEAR ing of said Board .to be held on ing Bids items shall therein.be accompanied<< by a

tion had improved. but budgeted Bradford County Hospital was 18 was found to xist." The audit with members of the senior class. Seated with TClotson Is senior lass !. Clrralt Coart. Bradford Coa.t,. ford Monday.County April Courthouse 1. 1957 in in the S"'rk Brad photograph or catalogue accurately

receipts were still 2943.16 in completed and the hospital be- was extended to July 30, the re President Joe Harden. Standing are class sponsor Charley p>>wen, Mary Florida Eleanor!. raaarery.Walley. Pfeintiff. vs. Florida consider and take action I depicting which bid the is submitted.item or items for

exess of actual collections." gan operations'on March 26, 1956. port said by which time "re- Nancy Bates, Bobble Jean Oakes Billy Torode and Sonny.,Tenley. Pettis D. Walley, Defendant. on Free the Public establishment Library. of a County I Bids shall include the color' in U
audit also rapped the school well managed in ample to cover all Case No. 10-2078 Charles which the item is available for
The Finances were sources were Hat lee T. &....r A. Darby, which bid is submitted.
system for failure to keep proper providing a hospital that appearsto liabilities of record." Johnnie Tillotson singing star [ group; Sharon Stone, the little To: Pettis D. Walley, whose resi Clerk ford County, Circuit, Florida.Court Brad- The Board of County Commissioners .

inventories on movable-pro- be well equipped and efficiently "The percentages or collection? of the "Country Frolics" television |TV songster who never smiles; dence legre Oxford and address i5li sslppl.is Ole Miss Col 3/15 %t 8/22 any! and reserves all bids.' the right to reject

perty. "The only record of mov- !operated." were high" the report said. show, will head a troupe of entertainers the "Iveys" group from the Uni- You are Hereby notified that a iul XOTICB- This the 15th day.of March-A. D. _ _
able property consisted of a card The net income of the hospital versity of Florida which special- for divorce and restoration of NOTICE, HEREBY GIVEN: 1957. -
It was noted that although reports maiden Charles A. Darby,
for each room in some of the during the audit period was $119- and remittances were accurate the who will put school on cafetori-a showin izes in popular songs; .Cheryle baa been filed name against you in the 1957 That at on ll:00 the o'clock 25 day noon of the March un- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and _ _

rooms showing the physical inventory 636.61. Bonds in the amount of elementary Thompson, radio and TV singer; above named Court and cause and dersigned Sheriff of Bradford For Bradford County Florida.
they were not always urn on Friday evening March 29. you are required to serve a copy of 3/15 Zt 3/%5
Florida will sell
!- County cash
of that room at a particular $20,000 were issued and retired. Melanie and Snookums and Danny your answer or pleading; to the ', .
made For the 1955 and
promptly. year to the highest best bIdder the
this "cannot The Bradford High School senior oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs
time. But ,The dimmest part of the other- Tillotson. Attorney following described motor vehicle:
furnish adequate control over wise bright picture was the the tax collector remitted $15.86 class] is sponsoring the program BHS senior, Sonny Tenly will Jacksonville Lloyd Bass, 210 2. Florida Clark Building 1940 Ford Coupe, Motor No. w. c. T. u:
state-I to the
too much in excess fees 185525868 (Oldsmobile Motor)
movable property" the audit said. ment tha "depository c.oll to.raise money for a planned tripto also appear in the show, Rresent- and file the original In the office Color Black

because the date of the inventory|plus FDIC insurance was inadequate County Commission and $13.36 Washington and New York ing a humorous dialogue.The '.of or the before Clerk the of the 15 Circuit day of Court April on, said sale will be conducted ImmedIately "'-\ LITTLE ALCOHOL IN THE
too much to the School Board. west of the Bradford Coun-
was not shown and there was to cover the Board's official later in the school year. show will begin at 8 p.m. 1957: otherwise the allegations of ty Jail in Starke. Florida, and will BLOOD STREAM CAN MEANA

no account of the additions or bank accounts in the Florida Bankat "Records were neatly kept and Appearing with Tillotson will be with admission prices set"at $1 for confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken a* be held in accordance with Chap. STREAM OF BLOOD ON TIlE

dispositions or. these cards. Starke." accurate," the report said. The the Model Ts a country music !adults and 50 cents for students. I This notice shall be ubllshp d ter 562, Florida Statutes of 1955. HIGHWAY." STIlE
This the 7 day of March, A. D.,
<' each week four
on e for consecutive
"This property represents a sub- method of charging patients audit noted that records in warrants -
The weeks In the Bradford County Tele. 1957.P. ( AMERICAN ISSUE
stantial amount of money." the purchasing and controllingcash occupational licenses and Mrs. Houser I graph. D. REDDISH, FEBRUARY
Dies Sheriff. Bradford 1957.
Council Cites Dated this S of County. I )
; March. 1957.
"and it automobile licenses were maintained -
aidit remarked collections and the i I(Official Seal) Charles A. Daib- 3/15 2t 3/%% -

easily: disapper if not properly program were okayed by the.. properly. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Resident Here By Marian L. Crosby. (
Denity 'lerJoI

controlled."The Board still did not exercise -audit.The audit summed up the con- ,"Tax" the rolls report were stated.properly closed School's PlightContinued I I ails 4t 4/5 Sell It Rent It Trade

adequate control over the role duct of the hospital's business Tax Assessor"A for 39 YearsMrs. NOTICE TO APf EAR

and disposition of property" the affairs with thestatement: "It cash deficit of $153.46 in ( from Page 1)) / IB Florida Circuit IB Court.Chancery Bradford CoBBtr. _

audit said, although the failureto appears that the 'business affairsof Tax Assessors Gene Long's account Martha Hawes Houiwr 88 Herman Bryant Plaintiff, vs. Mildred
do so was pointed out in the the Board were handled effi- pose wan urgent Morgan said I Key Bryfciht.. Defendant. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
on June 30 was cleared ur Same Distribution widow of the late Jerome Frank Case No. 10-2079
audrt "During the audit "
previous ciently. Notice To AppearTo
on July'2 when remittances were Houser died Monday evening following -
period," the audit remarked. a I "Records of the hospital were Morgan pointed out.that funds : Mildred Key Bryant, whose
made covering all liabilities of a heart attack at the homeof residence is Carthage. North Carolina Low
Chevrolet truck school bus No. 'generally well kept" the audit record" the audit saidl coming to the county under the her daughter Mrs. Margery and whose address is Route- Rates Good Results -' Basy To Place

6, and various items of salvage out that Minimum Foundation Program 3, Cftrthage North'' Carolina.
said but it was pointed No excess income was earnedin Colley. You are Hereby notified that a 10 WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION 50
material were disposed of none "the general and operating bank are distributed on a per pupil '. suit for
1955 the report and expense Mrs. Houser had been a residentof EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Zo2Se
of theft transactions were shownin accounts had not been properly basis as suggested in the Council'g for divorce
were properly supported., Bradford County for the past has been flied against you in faa BLIND ADS OR
the minutes authorized by : ADDITIONAL NOT
reconciled at June 30 1956. recommendation for the ad- above named Court ADVANCE
Tax rolls appeared to be well 39 years and had made her home and cans and DISCOUNT OP 1* PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS
methods of
the Board.
Proper you are required
"Records of the receipts and ditional tax. to serve a copy of
disposal were used for two other prepared and accurate mathma in Starke for the past 16 years. your answer or pleading tn th*
expenditures of the general bank tically. The error and insolvency -: On the hospital Sen. Johns She was born-in Jackson County complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney .
buses though. in- Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building.,
account of the were
The audit brought out the matter list for the 1955 roll, was relatively -I said that though this was his Ala., Feb. 23, 1869. Jacksonville 2. Florida, I POR RENT New

:L, of a $7,597 federal court complete and had only been par small. Errors were corrected "pet project" he felt that the Surviving berrdes her daughteris and file the original it. the officeof WHEN IN NEED OF ment two bedrooms.garage Size apart of
into the hospital the Clerk of the Circuit modern
incorporated Court
tially o. home.
t judgment in 1950 which has remained as prescribed by the comp $51,000 or $55,000 they are get- a son, Claude L. Houser of or bforo the LANDSCAPINGFILL Phone 134J. Couple desired.

unsatisfied of record even records. I troller," the report said. ting is too much." In the event Flat Rock, Ala.; three sisters 15 day of April. 1957: tfchg
1 I "It is recommended, the audit of redistribution "I think the Mrs. Ida Williams of Hampton; otherwise the allegations of sal DIRT WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR-
though it has been "pointed out 'L I I
County judge Complaint will be taken NITURE.
continued "that all reciepts and Mrs. as confessed Elrod Furniture Co,
in several audit schools are more entitled than Mary Ross of Amarillo by you. Phone 43. '
preceding report DISKING
The __
report on County JudgeT. tfchg
under the control of I or
expenditures said. Texas and Mrs. Pat Prerfey of notice shall be published
The audit nid that the "recordsof else, Johns
anybody *
A. Yawn's office brought out once each week for four
the Board be reflected in the accounts Chattanooga Tenn., six grand consecutive W. L. THIGPEN, JR. OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY
the Board indicate that final Asked weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. *
maintained by the hos- the deficit and errors and omissions Questions children and seven great grand- Et 2 Box 245-D Alton Rd. AH RADIOS REPAIRED
payment of this judgment was Andrews in question from I i Hakra All Models
in in but
pital business office." bookkeeping 1955 Guy children. Dated this 8 day of March 1957 PHQNE 297-J I Reaaoaable Charges gnaraaierd
mace on Sept. 30 1942" and that said that minutes of i said that "dockets were well the audience asked about the i iI (OFFICIAL SEAL Charier A. Daroj C1IAS. C. SUEPnCRD
the "superintendent should see to The audit budget and -I Funeral services was eld in Clerk of the Circuit Court Starke, Fla. :703 W. Oil St. Starke Ph. SS9
of maintenance personnel
the Board's meetings were well kept filing procedures By! Marian L. Crosby. Donuty Clerk
it that this judgment is satisfiedof and classification of receipts the office were good. I which permitted the schools the DeWitt C. Jones chapel Wed- 3/15 it 4/5 WANTED EXPERIENCED
record." kept nesday at 11 a.m.'ith the Rev. 3% PAID OV RAVTNnS KEY. RESS. WAIT.
and expenditures was good. "There was a cash deficit in to get into their present condition STONE STATE BANK KEY Appy in person at Garden
The School Board was commended use of Lewis D. Haines,officiating. Burial NOTICE Tb APPEAR STONE HEIGHTS, FLA MEMBER Restaurant. No telephone Calls.
about possible '
Office the trust accounts in the
Sheriffs IB Circuit
Court. Bradford Coaatr" tfchg.
for having and followingwell will follow in the family plot in FDIC.
unused school buildings in the Floridai IB Chaarery. -
The failure of the sheriff to $281.96 the report said. "Thr
prepared budgets and given Santa Fe cemetery near Hampton. Lovey La Rosa. Plaintiff, vs. John
in fees for. deficit apparently arose because County. loa Rosa. Jr., WANTED 508 new Bottled Gas I NEED TIRESf
remit $74.99 Defendant.
clean bill of health on its insurance Pallbearers were A. J. ThomasSr. Customers. Low installation except for the remark 1955 to the County by the proper the judge withdrew his earned Superintendent Morgan replied ., W. Hogan Smith Edgar Notice Ta Case No. 10-2080 [Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod Ask Lacy for our easy budget terms.
date noted by the auditors. compensation before it was re that the policy has been to Appear Furniture Co. tfchg i Conway Sales and Service,
that "the bond of the Chairmanof was Wilkinson Maurice Wingate, To: John La Rosa: Jr., whose residence Union This Station. Starke Fla.
The was not remitted until ceived. :More than the amountof "patch up" the emergencies."We and address is: Unknown
less than money John H. tfchg
the'Board wan $1,000 Powell and Carr Colley. You are hereby notified that suit 21 INCH -TELEVISION consoles> S10 -
% the amount required by law." Jan. 11, 1957. the deficit was due from the don't buy what we need, for divorce and restoration of dow at Dahmer's. tfchg FOR RENT Apartment

On the retirement system the The report said that fees charged county and was received July 2 Morgan said "We buy what we former name i ing of living room. bedroom.consist-kitchenette

audit said that "proper retirement the County were generally in immediately after the close of can't get along without" Guard To has beenflled against you In the firnnlnr India AZALEAS FormonaBLOOMING and bath. Mrs. J. }Y,
I Spend above named Court and cause and Mitchell, 305 W. Madison St.
I deductions were not made and the proper amounts, but some the audit period."Expenses I The amount allotted in the you are required to serve a copy of P>I.n(. 1IW to K2.00 tfchg-

errors were made "apparentlydue of the office the your answer or pleading to the GREATLY REDUCED PRICE FOR SALE I double
remitted to the retirement systemfor were budget for maintenance was complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney bed sofa

all eligible employees," but to misunderstanding. Errors'made properly supported and appeared lowest per cent spent by any Weekend Firing LloYd'Jacksonville Bass, 210 Clark Building, ..v.aI.a.n lot. of since:s to 1K90 100 and Station.chair. See at Stern's Service ltp f

noted that "all eligible employeeswere in this and other accounts reasonable," the report said. county in the state last year 2. Florida I BELVEDERE AZALEA
and i
file the original in the office
brought into the system aft- with the County were generally Morgan said but the only alternative of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on GARDEN AND NURSERY FOR Chihaubau SALE Long haired. Mexican

the Board would have or before the 15 day of April. PAULINE: EARLE COLLINS Gentry Box puppies.367, Starke.Mrs.Jtp J. L.
On Rifle 1957; otherwise the allegations of 3/22
Chief RangeNational P. O. Box 16S" EarletoB.
Reports had would be to cut salaries said Complaint by you.will *be taken a.contesse'd Unfurnished House For Rent. In.

Morgan said there "is a definite FOR RENT Housekeeping apart quire at Union Bus Station. tfchg
Guard Co. C. of 'his notice shall be publisher"once
reasonable. Lights
ments. Very

SPRING HAS SprangStock Fire Conditions need"in the for schools maintenance"of the Starke will join other units of weeks each IB the week*Bradford for four County consecutive Tel.graph. I and .water Phone furnished.265 or 415-J 210 X after CherrySt. 6 FOR RENT Four room unfurnished -
personnel the 748th: Armored Ordnance Bat- p.m. tfchg front and back _
calibre of the men who workon Dated this 8 day of March. 1957. porch shower. 1 block of school.
talion at
Camp Blanding on Satur- Phone 137. tfchg
mecha- (Official Seal) Charts A. Darby
buses (the bus CABINET and Carpenter Work -
(Continued the day morning where Clerk of the. Circuit Court .
from will
Page 1)) they
Easter Small and repair jobs ac-
commendation in new Would Like
on received By Marian L. Crosby. Dcnnty Clerk To Porrow Enough
your nics
up spend the weekend firing on the 3/15 4t 4/5 ('eptf>d. Joe C. Rick., Rt. 1 Box money to complete small business
are worn and unfinished. Walls the Council's report) but :Morgan rifle ranges. :!267-A Starke. tfchg ; building on Highway 100 2 miles

NOW are worn and dirty and in some I cited the difficulty in hiring competent Members of Co. C. NOTICE TO APPEAR East of Starke. If interested
Clothing the salary will begin I. Circuit Court Bradford County, FOR SALE 11 cubic foot Servel write Harold Johnson, Rt. 1 Box
cases damaged. The ceilings are personnel at 1 reporting at 8 a.m. Saturday with Florida la Chancery. Gas refrigerator used :2! years. 125-A:! Starke. 2tp 3/22
worn and dirty and of a ma- they were forced to pay. the main body of troops moving Otholene Pittman, Plaintiff, vs. Perfect condition $50.00. 2-twolourn..r
I oil heaters $8 each. Estate
terial and color which does hot Tax Assessors Gene LOng said I to Blanding at 10 a.m. The unit Gas Range 1000. Dining room Wanted Friday.-House By hour work or Monday day. Emma thru

reflect light. Paint and caulkingon along" with the will return table and 4 chairs $10.00. J. S.Iurel Howard. 749 N. Thompson St
This Week's SpecialsMarch he couldn't "go Sunday afternoon between WRGRSTARKE Rt. I, Box 269. tfohg Up

outside trim is bad. All out- Council's recommendation for 430 and 5:30 p.m., Lt. WANTED-Any information
side doors with panic locks of five Drew Reddish REAL ESTATE WANTED or material
setting up a committee training officer, ; FLORIDA l (particularly secretary'
should be repaired and made to I determine fair I Elated. notes) about the Mother's Club
business men to \\> uprrlaJIxr la Arrrafcr-Iarcr or
15 Thru March 21 (now the Starke Woman's Club)
operate 'properly. The front and land. The entire battalion 1490 K C PHONE 500 mall trarta. Hate pronprrtl.trBarrra.
en- valuation on homes will be .Wr would apprrrlatr from 191% to 1919. Please trance door with sclid panel I As counter to this recommen- housed at Blanding Saturday night ( your profrrty with us.70.lI.tl.1 Ifprlrrd Adkins Mrs. E. L. Matthews, 505 E.
a or phone 32, Starke.it .
Boys should be repaired. This is a I dation Long offered a proposalfor and Co. C mess personnel will 7:50 to 8:05 a. m., Mon. thru 4n.orlatr right., Mall to: Elalae Crosby, 3I /%%

double acting door and should be hiring several University of serve two meals each day Sat., NEWS SPORTS brought -* M HM BMM

glass panels so that people may Florida students majoring in Saturday noon and evening Sun-!I to )'00'b)' your SHELL OIL ROXIE THOMAS. O. Box :231Pempaao REALTORP. I AGENTS Salesman WANTED to sell McNess- Saleslady Products'! or

SHIRTS be seen coming from either direction estate during the summer day breakfast and dinner. SFC. DEALER. B..... Florida part or full time. Big profit*.
49C real
1 4trhr :/1 S No experience needed. Will teach
and J. L. Alvarez unit
small mess steward
children will months to assist him in a program I and finance you. Write today.
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not be knocked down.In of equalizing assessments.Under < said he has ordered about $200 FOR RENT *2 bedroom unfurnished McNESS CO.. P.O.. Box '2766.
Nylons Monday Through DeSoto Station 3IemphlsTenn.
would worth of groceries and menu calls Friday house. Newly painted.
1st Quality my opinion. the nature of j this plan. the crew for ham steaks and 6:00: Sign On and News Phone 218 Mrs. Mundorff. tfchg 2tp 3/%!
this and trimmings.
building being wooden floors off the property
measure Capt. Randal 6:05 Song of the Gospel
flamable ceilings and stir- for evaluatingeach Chitty unit commander FOR StLEi 70 x 2O.V lot la Starkr'a
open formula
have a ,. urged employers to let 6:30 Clockwatcher best residential arvtloa.' Prlrr.S2.0OO FOR MILE _
Infants c: ways if a fire started it wouldbe type of building on the Guardsmen off on Saturday be- 7:00 News of the World ra... IB a fiat arUahorhood U this writroantrarlrd

a fast burning fire. There- But this system every S B. R. ...... with
property. this 7:15 Hymn for the Day
cause IS land with S
is a arrra rood room
fore som'e very importantpart 'arge IlilBK room sad kif..... Tile
I ratedon
recommend that of would be
10 piece of property of our training." Each 7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air sad bath horn*. S arrra IB prraaKrotr. I IB both loUt It.. and bath. Merebaa
SLIPS the above Grove la eirrlleat: roaditloa.
items be said.
corrected im basis .
the same Long 7:30 Weather atrraxr built !a closet
must fire his weapon to become Around the Nation Priced low.." with rood 'terms.Wanted aparr.
mediately.If Attic faa a ad aparr heater farhrd. -
Long attacked the tax paying qualified 7:35 Clockwatcher \ .1. Owarr has Btotrd and nays
: Good lUtlajc OB large or
_ I can be of any further help :I ability formula under which thecounty's This will be the first of two 7:50 News and Sports mall tracts at oace; also lUtlaga .rll IvmrdlatrlThla may br a
Limit bargala for-yon. This U
3 in this matter, please call on matching funds for the weekends that the Guardsmen.will 8:05: Clockwatcher on retirement homra and aaaaJI rr- and atallablr for at oarr varaat orrupaary BOW,
tlrrmrBt trarta with homes OB laWd.
me. Minimum Foundation Progam spend on the range. Besides the: 9:00, Music for the :Missus Free OPEN. LISTINGS. Tile dowB paymrat la trry aominMLMiddle

LadiesPOLOS c: Respectfuny, are determined. He.said. that weapons training a' drivers' test 9:25 Voices of the City STHOUT REALTY of To"..

D. W. Carpenter many people who are gainfully team from battalion headquarterswill 9:30: News Around the World Johale Itsase.. Rrp. .1.000. for thl home and acreage.Located .

S Starke Fire Chief employed outside of the county administer driver tests and an 9:45 Radio Chapel 5 ml. South of Stark. OB Z tchK I'.S.3/15 301 10. or 15 la mlantra good rommBBlly oat of 'tit.r.about...

39 and Building Inspector send children to school here anda administrative and supply school 1 10:60 Kitchen Club '.... S B. R, LHIaK room. Ilialaic
room and kllrhra. Front Bad hark
resi- will be conducted 11:00 News FOR RENT Nicely furnished
number of out of County for penonnel perches, This In palalrd aad I.
69c Value license tags in Brad- in those sections. 11:05 Let's Go Calling four room house with enclosed good condition la and ..t. Caa bebought
Brownies To Begin dents buy yard. Adults or couple with small OB *rrr good tu....
2 Limit ford County. The number of Weapsons to be fired include 11:30 Farm Rouhdup. Child. Located at' 558 W. Call St.

Selling Cookies gainfully employed and auto M-l rifles, carbines, pistols' submachine 12:00 Luncheon in Dixie Phone 113-J Itchg 400 A. Ranch aad farm Oer 100
bead ratllr, TrActor Kquipatrat.Drrp .
registrations are factors in this guns and machine guns. 12:15: Noon News FOR SALE Horse and buggy wrll. permanent watrr sad

c: Members of the Starke Brownie formula. 12:30 Talk of the Town complete with harness, or will fell 192 .-\ prrmaarat paitarp. Timber
buggy alone 4500. J. L. Water, potratlal hrrr U terrific Ktrrr
troop will begin their annual Wants Low Taxes I Recent Birth 1:00: Songs of the Siesta Lawtey. Itp thiag Included at $123.00 per A..

'CAPS32c cookie sale today (Friday). "Everybody wants better 2:00 News With mighty good tu....

The girls will use the funds schools and better everything," Mr. and Mrs. David Woodardof 2:05 'Music for Motoring REAL ESTATE 3ft A. Farm sad Very alee S B. R.

raised in the sale this year to Starke announce the birth 3:00 News home with Bath sad Balltlafablaru
Long remarked "but they want of 4 arrra land, Z bed roam (.r.I.... la kllrhra. All I. ratlratlOB -
finance a trip to Tallahassee dur- lower taxes. a son. John William on Mar. 9 3:05 Radio Ranch house, atodrra roarrBlrarra. pavrdailaway exrrpt: abut 1 A. If you want
4:00 News arar Starkr. Price $5,300.00 a romfortable home a." this 3O
ing the Easter vacation to see at Doctor's Hospital.WOODLAWN .
:Merritt Williams said tat Brad with terms. -\ yen should are thU.
1st Quality the Legislature in action. 4:05 At Your Request

-Mrs.-Joseph Warren Brownie ford High School "may be on I MISSIONARY 6:00 The World Today New H.... I.. Saratoga heights, I '..nnltl.l ... lid for % aad 3
!Markr'c flarat bed room homea, for farm with
the of losing its accredited i rloparBt. Prim
150 leader, pointed out that the cookie I verge ,BAPTIST CHURCH 6:15 Instrumentally Yours i a* low am PIiIOO.80 plaa elMlacCeata. mall .. large arrracr, for city

sale is 'the only fund raising. standings" because some of 10 ajn. Sunday School, 11 ajn. 6:45 Public Service Down paymrata $' 1:5.00.: building Iota and. jaat pain DB.Improtrd -
Ralaare acreage.See
and like rrat.Arrrage
the personnel coursesare -
W. Call St. activity conducted; by the girls preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43:>> prayer 7:00 News
BOTTOM during the year. lacking. The school is minusa service. 7 o'clock lOne services.or 7:05 Shank of the Evening tracts North aad South .. me for year Breda la" Real
full time librarian industrial Starke *B t'. S. 301. Ellt..rtller to hay or ...U. I
7:55 News and Weather' Mill work for yoo or with yoa IBaay

CARD OF THANKS arts .program guidance program be -farmers. Only about 15 8:00 Sign Off Water frost lots OB Saata Fe Lakr.Hear ., nay I ran to acne yea he.t.

Dear Friends: We wish to and science laboratory, Williams.- per cent of the graduates go Saturday "Ballrtla Board of the AJrOB WALL REALTY

[,thank you for the kindness .:and said.Mrs. to college, she 'added. Same schedule "as above except WRGR. Dial 14M each week day REGISTERED BROKER
at 7i2O BJB. CaZl500 ......f'f'
PHONE thoughtfulness shown us during Junius Smith reportingon Other persons making reports 1 to 6 pjn. Road Show.Sunday rtr, this la m public arrrlrr. -' Box 4GI Phoae 487-J

the lost of our daughter, Mrs. classroom and equipment were Dr. T. G. Ritch, Freeman No oallftatloa.FLORIDA 337 S. Walaat Slarke

354V Anges Haugan. May God's bless- needs remarked that without the Register Jr., Mrs. George Roberts 7:30 Sign On. Religious programs REALTY CO. 'APARTMENT

ing be with each of*you. Industrial arts and training programs Don Hill and W. E. Big- until 1 p.m.,. Of Starke room furnished FOR apartment RENT Three private -

Gordon Griffis and Family the school. trains its students ham Jr. Arch Thomas Jr. servedas 1:00 to 6:00: The Sunday Show j Trlrphoae 3S3S55 entrance. Phone 2SJ-L, L,'.

Raiford Florida to either go to collegeS moderator. <0:00; to 8:00 See schedule above. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. >D. Green on' Hilford Road.zip :/::,






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Bradford County Telegraph.: SECTION TWO


AAA&AA&AAAAAAAAAAA&i&&A&1 mcaid Starnes. Winners for March Church Women will meet on :Mon- daughter in Pensacola.Mr. her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. nounce the birth of daughter, employment, Wilmington, Del.
7th game were Mrs. Mae Henderson day, March 18, as follows: Circle and Mrs. C. L. Sipe haveas and Mrs. Ed Hempstead. Michele Evie, at Bradford County Lloyd Singley has been a pat.

HIGHLIGHTSBy and Mrs. Gordon Adams, and one Mrs. Jack Crosby, chairman, their guest Mr. Sipe's mother Lt. Col. and Mrs. David A. Hospital on Friday, March 8. ient in Alachua General Hospital.
KEYSTONE second high, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- with Mrs. J. C. Detweiler at 2. from Pennsylvania.Dr. Nelson had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Clint Denney havea State Patrolman James Gamble
mond Starnes. Circle Two, with the chairman, and Mrs. John Eisele Davis Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson of baby girl, who has been named has purchased a trailer, which he
Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 This club is open to all contract Mrs. Nettie Youngat 2. Circle have returned to their home on Minneapolis. Mr. Anderson is a Virginia Gibson, born at Alachua moved to Lake Geneva Trailer
Three, Mrs. W. L. Reynolds, chair- Lawrence Boulevard. Dr. DavisIs cousin of Lt. Col. Nelson. Park. He will be married in June.
Thursday in the Woman's Club at ..Genera Hospital on Tuesday,
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..........TTTTTTTTTTTTT.TYouthful cTTTTTTTT. 7:30. man, at the Educational Buildingat president-elect of the Associa- Mr. and Mrs. George L. Colginof March 5. Note To :Mr. DwyerA

Royalty In Keystone Gay Livingston Institutional Re- CHURCH NEWS 1. Circle Four, Mrs. Herman tion for Physical and Mental Rehabilitation Norfolk are now occupyingtheir Mrs. Oren Brannen and children TALKING DOG has been
Little Miss Gina Massa was presentative, and Neighborhood First Baptist Schroeder, chairman with Mrs. a national organization home on Palmetto Street. discovered in Keystone-Wally
crowned Queen at the Kiddie Re- Commissioner, W. B. Belote. Class meetings taking place Joseph Stein. The Nightengales, and a member of the Joint Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Boyd, left Keystone Heights Tuesday, to Mulhoffer's Willie is so talented

view Court in Melrose on Wednes- Ground Observer CorpsA last week included the Harriet Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh, chairman Commission. Mental nines who formerly occupied the home, join Mr. Brannen, who has secured canine-has been reported to say,
day evening March 6. She is the call for volunteers is extended Kelly Class, which met at the with Mrs. D. M. Lawrence 8. The and Health set up by Congress. are now in Miami. a house near bis new center of "Clean your watch, $7.50."
in order to expand the four The Davises were at home to a Harold Snellin is recoveringfrom
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. George home of Mrs. Kathryn Davis on Rebeccas, with Mrs. R. L. Sund- I tDlen's
Clifford hour basis of operation of the erland group of friends on Sunday eve- recent surgery and is in
Heights. March chairman, at 8.
Massa of Keystone 7. The president, Mrs. '
Melrose reigned Corps. Two hours a week will be The Youth the Lake City Veteran's Hospital I STORE Clothing
Yarbrough of Martha Snellin, presided. Present Fellowship Group ning.Mrs. ALV AKli/
as King. Miss Cindy Scales, time well invested and anyone were Mrs. Mildred Lovorn, Mrs. enjoyed a "Cook-out" and ves- Adelaide Hesse of Chicago Established 1894 I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. who is willing to give this much Davis, Mrs. Made Bamford, Mrs. pers at the lakefront home of Mr. has been the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Rufinni an

Scales of Keystone was the time in service is requested to Thelma Ross, Mrs. Arcena Wilson, and Mrs. John Albrecht.
contact Lt. Col. David A. Nelson,
Princess. Her escort was prince Mrs. Snellin, Mrs. Vera Ownbey, Camp MontgomeryThis
Jack Bass of Melrose. Duchess Chief Observer. Mrs. Edna Beasley, Mrs. Bonnie fine new camp-site and

Debbie Reed of Melrose was accompanied Civil Air Patrol Jones, Mrs Ruth Mitchell, Mrs. conference ground will be in use .s. T.5 '. .
by Duke Scooter Hulinof The Civil Air Patrol will spon- Gertrude Link, Mrs.Marie Parker this coming summer season from va

Keystone, son of Mr. and Mrs. sor a St. Patrick's Day Dance on Bonnie Jones is the class teacher. June through part of August by t".a
Charles Hulin. Saturday, March 16, at the Key- The Golden Circle class met the Presbyterian churches in this

The Kiddie Court was part of stone Airport. Proceeds from the with Mrs. Tommy Milligan on part of this State. The camp Is Penny-wise v,:,
the Fashion Show held by the event will go tci the Cadet Squadron Thursday evening, March 7. fora named for the Montgomery family.
Junior Woman's Club of Melrose. consisting of over 20 boys business and social meeting. Rev. Edward Montgomery, D. D..
Mrs. Gilbert Reed served as chair- and girls of the area, to provide The Class teacher is Mrs. Malcolm of Lake City, has been for many ( C"\N .
man for the event. Local models i the Cadets with film strips for Davis. years a leader in youth camp S ,vet r

displayed gowns and fashions and traing in electronics, meteorology Baracca Class met with Fred work. The camp now has seven

were announced by Mrs. R. D. and navigation, and wooden Ellis on Thursday, March 7, at completed housing units and will cheese
Longworth of Palatka. Climax- rifles for the organization of a his home on Lake Geneva. W. B. complete three more in additionto
ing the fashions review was the drill team. Lloyd Baker has been Belote is the class teacher. a dining hall. The site is loca-
showing of the wedding gown. named Commanding Officer for ted on the shore of Crystal Lake
Background music for the entire the Cadet Squadron and Myron Community Church and includes the smaller Emerald

affair was furnished by Mrs. Prevatt, Jr., Commandant. The Visitors form Southeast Asia Lake. Some 100 boys and girls will '
Henry McCrea and Mrs. Ed Allen. Cadets use the old restaurant the area being studied by be enjoying the facilities and the
Charter Review building at the airstrip for their churches of all denominations thin Christian training in the center !
Scout dishes
Thornton M. Long, Professional I headquarters for their Monday year, were guests of the Women during each of the seven weeksof
Scouter for the St. Johns River night meetings. The Air Force is of the Community Church when operation this summer period..
District, and C. R. Snyder, Or- giving an L-16 plane for trainingin they met on Tuesday, March 5. Alpha Tau Omega Award i
ganization and Extension Committeeman orientation flights. Miss Farhat Hussain of Karachi, Jess Lewis of Keystone Heights..
will be present for Capt. Roy Browning of the Pakistan, and Miss Estella Fer- received the Golden Circle at the

the Annual Charter Review of the CAP, and Tony Reeves attendedthe nandez of the Centro Escolar Founders' Day Dinner at the r Coke with meals-boost ,
the Enjoy
Keystone Heights Boy Scout CAP convention in Beloxi. Philippines are gradu- University of Florida on Sunday
Troop. Present at the meeting Miss. last weekend. Transportation ate students at the University of evening March 10. The presen-

to be held in the Educational by plane was furnished by Florida. Miss Hussain is workingon tation was in recognition of his budget with these specials! Get .,'
Building of the Community the Commanding Officer of the a decorate in the field of world 50 years of membership in the -

Church on Friday. March 15 at Jacksonville Naval Air Station. geography and Miss Fernandez is ATO fraternity.
all the fixin's grocer's
studying for her Master's degreein at your cur
7:30 p. m. the chairman, Rev. J. Duplicate Bridge Club Personalities
Russell Young, Scoutmaster My. Winnners for last week's game soil chemistry. Both plan to return Sunday evening guests of Geneva
to teach
ron Prevatt Assistants William were Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon; their native Beach Apartments gatheredfor V' A
countries. Mrs. )
Reynolds, Jr., and Don Morgan, second high, Mr. and Mrs. RaySwetSue native Hussain dressedin a hymn sing with Mrs. Ralph '
costume in-
Felix as pianist. The Rev Mr.
teresting picture of the
Felix and Mrs. Felix have been t q'( r t r ao-.
India, when Pakistan
guests for several weeks and
was designated as /t
soon leave for their home in t". rC fa x
to' the Moslems and Indiato
the Hindus. She described the Ohio.Mr. ,
and Mrs. Louis Karges : :
hardships endured when thousands .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
of Pakistan believe in the demo- ?y
says- John Karges last week. Theyare f
Sue n cratic way of life.
from Butler. Pa., and left fora
Miss Fernandez told o1, customrin
to St. before
trip Petersburg
"A miss is as good as a mile, her country and described the returning home. e .t. w

but you hit the bull's-eye various types of people makingup Mr. and Mrs. Myron Prevatt ,A a,''PAtpP t& H a

ice the Philippines, with the more had as guests last week Mr. and .v)1' : 7-- ';'. ./.. '. ., vb h. .w
: 4APa
when you serve our cream. >> than 70 different -language dia a A. 7tt g ,/ ;N .vHvH. t :H.SA2.?:,
Mrs. Keyes Aton, Mrs. Kerry 'SR
It's refreshing, delicious. f lects. She had with her several Pierce, Miss Dorothv Potter, all Xfiv 6r r do.y a + ti: A ,

Jjuper Sue ice cream is handmade articles, showing the of St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Louise '.".
handwork of her people. Rose of Tampa. During the F ,.
good food for everybody. The Annual Luncheon of the past weekend Miss Dorothy Potter

Women of the Community Church and Miss Alexandria Watt 0V
will be held at the Park of the were guests. Miss Potter is a )

It's good... Palms on Wednesday April 3, cousin of Myron Prevatt.
at 1. This will take the place of!. Dan Habertine of Chicago. Ill_
It's SUPERIOR the regular monthly meeting. Re- credit manager for the U. S.

servations should be made with Gypsum Company, and Mr. and + %' 4 Yi1'laii
: ae ICE CREAM Mrs Axel Malmgren. The Rev. Mrs. Joe Marksteiner of Jacksonville :, +< :YE' :,; ..p 4r>nrwiS.a ,_, .a L/Y''CdaawrN ( a-Ae7YaW '
iqie V
Edward M. DeYoung and Mrs. were guests of Mr. and .,
DeYoung, missionaries to Kijabe Mrs. Bert Christoffers last week %y: x ft xy?:-j f f ? ; + /
All Popular Flavors / Cones Cups, Pint, Family V'a-Gallons Kenya Colony, Africa, will be at end. Mr. Marksteiner is office : S yf. the Park for that week # 4( rte"
and will manager of the Jacksonville office -
bring a message to the Church of U. S. Gypsum.Mrs. .

Women following the luncheon.The Gertrude Young of Middletown. -

world Day of Prayer observance Del., is visiting her son qtr $dw w '.

i was under the direction of and daughter-in-law, the Rev, wk
Mrs. J. H. Tullis. Taking part on and Mrs. J. Russell Young.
the program held at the Com- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Watson Y
: munity Church on Friday, March Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan .112 ka

/ COLE'S ) 8, were Mrs. Raymond Starnes, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vial a+ ,
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FRIDAY.. MARCH 15., 19."ii'"
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about our Bradford





SCHOOL MAINTENANCE The following defects are noted in the Hampton Elementary
February 5, 1957 a group of public spirited citizens School building and grounds:
concerned with the grave crisis confronting our county school BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL I
system, was organized into a Citizens Council for Better Schools. All outside walls of the building are cracked. Exposed wood
The sole purpose of this group was to make an impartial objective REST ROOMS: Need painting. Need deodorants. Need new shows signs of termite infestation. Wood on projecting eaves
and unbiased study of the school situation in Bradford County, toilet seats. Need soap paper towels, and toilet tissues. Need of building shows considerable decay.
that exist, but also to investigate thorough cleaning and proper daily janitorial service.
not only as to the problems now All inside walls badly cracked and need painting.
ways and means of remedying or relieving these problems. BUILDING (GENERAL): Needs painting. Needs gutters
Electrical wiring of building should be
of the Citizens and elevated at northwest back door to bad modernized and over-
Over a period of several weeks the members walkway remedy head lights'should meet requirements for
accreditation.Two .
Council for Better Schools have devoted many hours to investigating condition in wet weather. Floors need refinishing. Dark Ceilingscause

and studying all phases of the county school system: teachers poor lighting conditions and need replacing or painting obsolete bubble-type drinking fountains in the build-
salaries and their relation to the critical shortage of qualified with light colored paint. ing are inadequate and unsanitary.

teachers; the school ,bus replacement problem; the constructionof HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT: Washer needs repair. Locks on all outside doors should be replaced. At the present
the need of
meet our
other buildings
new classrooms and classroom Thermostats on electric stove and gas stove need repairs. Sink time there is only one doer that can be locked or unlocked from
growing school population; the providing of adequate needs plumbing work. the outside.
supplies; and the improvement of janitorial and other services.
The Council has completed its study and is making public its ELECTRIC WIRES AND FIXTURES need some maintenance. The cesspool from the kitchen sink is inadequate and in a

findings in this manner in the hope that it will awaken the peopleof Bare electric wires are exposed in many places and are very.unsanitary condition. It should be repaired at once.
Bradford County to the present and future needs of their potentially dangerous._ Radiators need repairs and maintenance.A .
The floors of both the girls and boys rest rooms are of
school system.We sufficient number of light bulbs should be purchased and
maintained in fixtures at all time. ordinary concrete. They are difficult to keep clean and are easy
feel sure you will agree that something must be done to to retain odors.
at least partially correct these deficiences in our county school JANITORIAL SERVICE IS TERRIBLE. We recommend that .
system. What that something is to be, we can only suggest and principals have the power of hiring and firing janitors and be There are only two toilets and one urinal in the rest room
recommend. This we have done to the best of our ability after responsible to see that they do an adequate job. Salaries need used by 74 boys. THE WAITING LINE IS PATHETIC.All .

carefully weighing the facts disclosed in our investigations. Someof to be raised and additional janitors employed.NO Blackboards in the building are full of cracks and holes

these facts are disturbing and will give thoughtful and con- FIRE EXTINGUISHERS, in working order were foundin and should be replaced.The .
citizens much cause for deep concern. We urge you to
any building, high school or elementary. The only fire escapein cesspool from the boys toilet is often flooded. Drainageis
with mind.
read the material on this page carefully and an open
the high school building has been condemned as unsafe and inadequate.
Obviously we are going to have the kind of schools we are will. boarded up. Guard rails on all staircases need replacing.
ing to pay for. We feel that you. like we want our children to Asphalt tile on kitchen floor should be replaced and thaton
have if not the best at least schools that they and we need DOORS TO HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING need to be checked the lunchroom floor should be repaired.The .
not be ashamed of. Toward that end, we ask your support and and placed in working order so they can be properly locked. '
cooperation. Weather stripping also needed on doors. refrigerator in the lunchroom is 11 years old and is
not adequate to meet the needs of the school.
SCHOOL GROUNDS are generally in a deplorable condition.
Playground space and equipment is inadequate. At least
REPORT OF INVESTIGATING COMMITTEEThis STARKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL three additional acres of ground are needed. (The boys can't bata

ball without breaking a window or spoiling a flower bed.)
committee made a thorough examination of the current CONCRETE FLOORS should be tiled in the canning plant
School Budget and the expenditures made by the County Superin since it is having to be used for classrooms. There are approximately 1,200 library books, but at least
half of these should be discarded because of age. Many have back
tendent's office.It BOOK SHELVES AND SHADES also needed in the canning off and pages missing.
found that Rank III Teachers (those with four-year degrees plant classrooms. Windows need some repair so they can be \
) in Bradford County were paid a starting salary of 2900. opened and closed. The janitor here seems to be doing an ade A larger auditorium and a permanent flag pole are needed
each of quate job. also about 50 modern desks. ,
00 per year with a raise of $60.00 per year year

experience, up to a maximum of $3,500.00.The CEILING IN GIRLS REST ROOM in B building should be Inspection Marshal Matchett made by:

Committee found that there are only four counties in repaired where boys have punched peepholes in it. Frank Williams

the State where the starting salary for Rank III teachers is lower Inspection made by:
than in Bradford County. This places our county in a very poor Dr. T. G. Ritch
position in today's highly competitive M. R. Williams .
teachers. The Committee feels that the low salary schedule now WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE
in effect in Bradford County is largely responsible for the difficulty LAWTEY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLThe
officials in employing and
experienced by local school, .
retaining competent teachers.In committee to inspect the Lawtey school has made its In view of the findings of the Investigating Committee, as

order to increase the standard of living and to draw more investigation and finds the following needs: outlined above your committee on Ways and Means of betteringthe

and better teachers into the profession, the Council recommendsa 1. Replace entire roof including rotted rafters. present condition of our school system, makes the'following

salary increase on the state level and also a salary increase on % recommendations:
2. Stabilize foundation where settled.
the county level of at least $300.00 per year per teacher.In .L 1. Increase the present sales tax to four per cent, withoutany

regard to transportation the Council found that in 1956 3. Sink and drain board for library workroom needed. changes in the law except the one per cent raise. Allocate
drivers total of this one per cent back (o (he counties on a per pupil basis to be
the 23 Bradford County school bus were paid a 4. Convert old boiler room to storage room.
used exclusively for school purposes. This additional money not
in salaries. Expenditures for gasoline and oil, purchasedon
$21,000.00 competitive bids totaled $8,115.00. Tire costs were $667.00a 5. Replace about 240 desks. to be earmarked for any special purpose, but to be used where
needed most at the discretion of the School Board.
( low figure due to the purchase of eight new busses). The 6. Renovate all rooms: ,plastering, flooring, painting.
cost of maintenance and parts for the 26 busses totaled 760000. 2. The reallocation of race track funds coming into Brad-
7. Reseal replaster, paint auditorium shades.
Salaries of two mechanics totaled $6,235.00. _.. ford County. We strongly recommend a joint meeting of the

might seem at first glance a rather high :1 8. Replace dressing rooms back of stage. School Board, the Hospital Board and the Board of County
Although Commissioners in order to determine a fair division of this fund.
figure for parts and maintenance, we feel that it is not out of : 9. Repair or replace doors and steps to front entrance.
line in view\ of the age of most of the county's busses: 3. We recommend that a study be made by local businessmen .
10. Reglaze all windows. Replace all broken glass. _
consisting of a committee of five to determine a fair
under four of age;
busses years
Eight are Inspection made by: valuation to be placed on the homes and land for the purpose of

One bus is less than five years old; H. C. Kelly taxing them; and that this committee make a written report to
for Better Schools! for such action it
old Hubert Priest the Citizen's Council as
Seventeen busses are nine years or over;
deems proper. We further recommend that no action be takenon
I Eight busses are making double runs thus compelling some BROOKER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLThe a change in valuations until such time as it has been deter-
children to start for school before daylight and get home a little mined if adequate relief is provided for schools by the 1957 Legis
general conditions found in the Brooker schoolas
months. same were
before dark in the winter lature.
in others throughout the county. The building needs painting
I We strongly recommend the purchase of five new busses plastering, plumbing repairs, and repair to rotted floors and
each year in order to retire a like number of obsolete busses and auditorium. THIS REPORT IS RESPECTFULLY

I to keep the bus fleet on a regular schedule of replacement. We SUBMITTED TO THE PUBLIC
feel that it costs more' to repair the 17 busses that are nine years Inspection made by: .
old or over and keep them in running order than they are worth.It W. E. Bigham Jr. By the Citizens Council for Better Schools
J. K. DouglasLet's
is our considered opinion that additional funds, as itemized ,

below, are needed to meet the minimum annual requirements of ,
our school system at the present time. Merritt H. Williams, Chairman

Teachers Salaries ($300 raise for all) 40,000.00 STARKE E. L. :Matthews
Dr. T. G. Ritch Mrs. A. N. HollidayA.

School Bus Replacement Schedule 22,500.00 N. Holliday BROOKER

40,000.00 J. D. Doyle 'P. E.
Bigham Jr.
Four new classrooms per year. ,
i T. H. Slade J. K. Douglas
needed 30,000.00 Keep
Other new buildings as Mrs. J. M. SmithJohn L. C. Wood

Current maintenance A. Torode Mrs. L. C. Wood
Mrs. E. A. Hall

schedule on buildings . 10,000.00 Mrs. F. R. Danny HAMPTON
:Marshall Matchett
Mrs. Robert Chapman
Five-year schedule on : Hairy C. Elrod Frank Williams

10,000.00 Mrs. James Groover LAWTEY
backlog of maintenance -
Win Siudstill H. C. Kelly
Classroom Supplies - 10,000.00 Mrs. T. H. Slade Hubert Priest

janitors 7,000.00 :Mrs. E. L. :Matthews 0. J. Phillips
Salaries for additional -
Wm. C. Powell C. F. Carter

Total additional funds per year needed 169,500.00 "- Sirs. M. H. Williams D. L. Shuford




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YYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYT9 I ing from a recent attack of laryn Baldwin High School last Friday return to school this week after SEA run 961 feet to point of
commencement situate in Brad- FOR DEPENDABLE
gitis. night Her sister Carolyn also several days illness. ford County, Florida, and containing -
MAX VILLE' I took in it. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brown 9 and 62.100 acres, moreor
Miss Minnie Hargroves was ill less
; together with its tenements PROTECT
t for several days last week. We are Ray Harris accompanied his and family have returned from tenances, hereditaments; -and appur- Termite Control your DRIVER'S licenseBUY
By Slra. C. B. Nolan I glad that she is better. senior class ;-t< > of the Baldwin Germany and are spending a 30 PARCEL 2: South Half'of South-
I Mrs. D. B. Griffis has been suf- High School it Gainesville; last day furlough with Mrs. Brown's west Quarter of Southwest Quar-
LLL. AAAA A AAAAA ter of Section 9; North Half of Household ft Commercial
AA fering from an attack of arthritis.We ., Friday to attend Jie Engineer's parents, Mr.- and Mrs. C. E. Northwest Quarter of Northwest
M. L. Wilkes and Melgie Wilkesof i wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. Fair at the University of Flori Wilkinson Sr. and other relatives.! Quarter of Section 16; Nortb Halfof Pest .Control

Tampa were guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Kyle Cannon were da.Mr. After the furlough, Mr. Brown Quarter Northeast of Section Quarter 17 of, all Northeast being Grove SprayingCall LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
Mrs. H. E. Griffis and Miss Mary supper guests of Rev. and Mrs. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon I will be stationed in California.A in Township 6 South, Range 22
; East, Bradford County, Florida,
Wilkes Sunday. Edward Jones and family in and family spent Sunday in family reunion was enjoyedat containing 60 acres; together FB. 6-6035 Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
J We regret to hear that Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday night. Jacksonville as the guest of Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. with its tenements hereditamentsand

Sarah Jane Griffis u ill at her Rev. Edward Jones and family and Mrs. I. A. Bornstein. E. Wilkinson Sr. Sunday and a at 12 appurtenances o'clock noon ;on March 18. Florida Pest Control
s home here. and Glenn Jones of Jacksonvillewere We regret that little Miss surprise birtliday dinner was 1957 at the South front door of
in Starke. Bradford & Chemical Co.
_ Mr. and Mrs. Theron Groves Sunday visitors of Mr. and Betty Griffis, daughter of Mr. given for Miss Nana McPherson, County, Florida, pursuant to-
and family of Macclenny were Mrs. Kyle Cannon and family. and Mrs. Waver Griffis'; is ill at who was celebrating her 75th Court and in accordance with Order of 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
i guests of Mr. and Dan Groves and Miss Kay Strickland was assistant her home here with yellow jaun- birthday. Out of town guests by the rendered Circuit Court February of Bradford 27, 1957 Galmesvffle, Florida 136 W. Call Street Phone 285
daughter Saturday.Miss director of the Talent were Mr. and Mrs. Holland County Florida, In Chancery, in
Ginger Cannon is improv- Show which was held at the dice.Buck Wellhausen was able to Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Curatorship Case No. 10-1277.of Elizabeth being Letsch In ,Re an:
Rudolph Wilkinson and family of Incompetent, now on file in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Courtof
Auburndale, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bradford -
County Florida, and
Oliver of Jacksonville, Mr. and which you may examine for the
terms of
Mrs. John Wilkinson of Jacksonville sale.
/s/ Albert Hartmann
and Mr. and Mrs. Len As Curator of the Estate of
D'Young of Zeland, Mich. Elizabeth Letsch. I
3/8, 2t 3/15
Mrs Ruby Durrance and sons,
R. V. and Howard, Buck Well + ,

hausen, Mrs: Dora Byrd and E. .
C. Padgett visited in Starke Sunday 1 '';;;;..."
Poes yourx \\r ':
with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ., .
: < *, ;:;::
Chilson and family.Mr. .
,. :s.t
Yf .
yr sa r and Mrs. Len D'Young of 'bome VV
:. 4' .. Zeland, Mich. are visiting with \ to; \

;+ :. .. HJ Mrs. D'Young's brother and sis- Buffer
-; /. ay fr ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. E. $40 j
Wilkinson Sr. and other relatives

for a few days. Ia trai. o. car old rr from thesesymptoms

'' alp / ,'; We extend our deepest sympathy '-, '1 .. ...
.w w uyiI to Mrs. Leon Harris and her ?

: family. Mrs. Harris' stepfatherdied ark w NEW 1957Ifa !y "
quite suddenly on Monday.
March 11. V : \

The Intermediate girls of the ;
Maxville Baptist Church met at

the home of their teacher, :Mrs. Lights dim when appliances turned on?
Dorothy Waters, Monday night CONSOLEthat
Blown fuses or tripped circuit-breakers?
for a meeting and also enjoyed
u,' k11 refreshments.Little Swivels! TV picture shrink*then other appliance #
t Floyd Kilgore is having are turned on?

ty. ,,jai fY ,ASk ta miss school this week with the Air conditioning losei efficiency?
yd F5 ray ;' .XS ttrf 'A,.' e a t chicken pox. His brother, Lloyd iii
tike Irons and toaster lake too
hurt his head while at Kingsley H .
Beach Sunday and had to have 1:.';_ BRAND long to heat np? '
> f
stitches in it. We hope that both '. .
A BILLION BUSHELS A YEAR! Huge as it is, Y' NEW, "
,boys will soon be well.
our nation's wheat crop is a "drop in the bucket" We regret that Claude North MODEL. ,
p ReddyKlowett
compared to the total of all of our farm products.It has been having trouble with his -
eye; and had to miss work. t4
takes a lot of combines to harvest so much Mr. and
C. B. Nolan and
wheat; it takes a lot more equipment, plus seed, sons were called to Palatka Sun-\

stock, feed, fertilizer, land, and labor to make day due to the illness of Mrs."
Nolan's mother, Mrs. W. A. Can
possible the nation's total farm output and those non. I. C.- '
c sc 'El
things take a lot of money. Where does so much Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and|I .

money come from?America's farmers make wide. family and Mr. and Mrs. Dan I I ,
Parrish were visitors in Starke MoMZ2244R
spread use of credit;and banks furnish more farm Sunday. Mahogany Color.
21*overall diagonal
credit than any other institutional lenders. Simeon Phillips is suffering picture tube.262 sq.in.
from an attack of pneumonia ands rectangular picture 100.200 AMfHOUSEPOMR-

WHATEVER YOUR BUSINESS, LOOK TO YOUR Hospital.Mrs.confined. to Bradford County With latest Zenith cure these troubles with I I


to: be out again after a few days -
illness last week. Only $13.69Per .....hich means adequate miring to give jour home all the power you need for modern electric

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham living-today and tomorrow! With full housepower, you can enjoy the advantage of an

and E. D. Higginbothamwere Month all-electric kitchen modem electric appliance in your laundry,more appliances tnd fighting

''' visitors in Starke Saturday Channels 36 and 4 throughout your home..and the new ones that are coming tomorrow..,
night. Remember-air conditioners,clothes dryers,and other modern equipment only work
hlRI Charlie Rawls, local colored re- at top efficiency if your wiring is up-to-date. See your electrical contractor and discover
1I\ : sident who lost his home in fire WINKLER
I// il recently, has moved into his new how easy it is to assure CuD hoiaepwo your home..for. Better Living.nECTRICAllYI.

;; FEDERAL-- home, built by the Walter Con-
; 9wnf+ 'It struction Co. and would appreciate Electric & LIGHT COMPANY
COR pO UTI 011 ... r any household article anyone : _
'- :: FLORIDA .-- A has to spare to help him and his 234 \. ,;. v w aN'reryac p
:: NATI9NAL *.:; family get started again. N. Temple Ave. .
STARK := Phone
.. == AT r r.Y" The Maxville Home Demon- 166 Starke, Fla,

=; ___ stration Club will hold their regu- .
.......-. -::- ::- ..,c- lar business meeting next Tues- -

day, Mar. 19 at 10 a. m. at the

I Civic Club. The topic for discus- .
sion will be, "Judging our Hand-
mades." All members are urged

to attend and visitors are wel-


Ford is for 157.

longer RISINGBy .Tub& es-

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# Lawton Crawford was in Tampaon ( \
TyMN = business last week.
Mrs. Maggie Norman and Mrs. ljRj
A' "- ,.- Maude Morris of Gainesville, and L-
Robert Norman and Joe Normanof W l AT N4E

Starke visited the Garland TOE EXTRRSEMM
Osteens in Jacksonville last Satur-

day. While there they celebratec'
the: birthdays of Mrs. Osteen and
Joe Norman.
Little Paul Faulkner, son of Mr.
Ford livelier. and Mrs. P. H. Faulkner, celebrated built-in Safety ;
is his birthday:: last Sunday with '

parents a Lewis.party,at Mr.the home and Mrs.of his Emory grand- EftM built-in Mileage / ty _

Sunday guests of Mrs. Myrtle EXJM built-in Driving Comfort It

w z Barnes were Mr. and Mrs. T.

Barnes of Kingsley Lake, and Mr. h
t and Mrs. M. Stevens and childrenof
'- Starke. I

r Mrs. Bulah Kelly of Starkewas
a Sunday guest of her son-
in-law and daughter, the Marcus
Glad to see Anna Ruth Crosbyof
;::: Jacksonville back in church
Whatever you're looking for in of Tomorrow. And beneath thea Sunday. -H
modem car, you'll surely find exterior beauty is an allnewin V
There will be a sing at the :
one of the 21 Ford beauties "Inner Ford" that brings you amore Bayless Highway Church on March _
for 1957. The styling of every comfortable ride, out-front
24, starting at 2 p. m. Everybody 400PF
model bears the distinctive MarkrOfd performance, still longer car life invited.

\ ; ; all with Ford's traditional Miss Dorothy Green celebratedher
Also there is whole
economy a 14th birthday last Friday V
/ neW family of Ford V-8 engines- night with a party at her home. 4
- is lowestpriced'of right up to the new Thunderbird
312 Supercharged V-8 that !. The Clrrult Court of Bradford.. Here's the tubeless tire that offers a combination 1|
t OBBty, Florida IB Ch reryIX (
delivers a terrific 300 hp. And, RE: Curatorship of Elizabeth |of built-in,benefits at a price you can afford. The ipT

the if you like a "six," you may Letsch.NOTICE an OF incompetent.CIRATOR'S SALE Gulf Tubeless is a first-line, high quality tire with( \:.
choose the Mileage Maker Six- TAKE NOTICE that the under- (
the most modem and most powerful signed Curator will offer for sale L the extras--yet it costs no more than regular .
and separately sell to the highest -
1 "six" on the market.VJ.1 t'OO1'owprice bidder each of the blowing des- .tin end tube.TRADEIN..
I three! Ford Dealer and see how easily cribed properties situate in Brad-
ford County, Florida: & I ,
' you can start enjoying big-c PARCEL 1: Commence at the

.....,..-.no.eI 1..ttftII'4. tat......,pticet fun in a new 1957 Ford; .." Quarter Southwest of corner Southeast of Quarter Northwest of .
Section :21.! Township S South FOR A NEW SET NOW'
Range 2J East and run Northerly
along the East edge of State
Highway No. 13 (now known as
State Highway No. 200), a dis-
1 Andrews Motor Co tance angles of to 635 said feet State thence Highway at right run
Easterly a distance of 920 feet

to Southerly right Railway of along way Company said of Seaboard right of thence way AirLine PAUL H. FAULKNER I CRAWFORD BROS.

of Seaboard Air Line Railway
MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 Starke, Fla, Company a distance of 357 .feet TEMPLE & MADISON & WALNUT STS.
to the South line of said North-

If You're Interested in an A-l Used Car Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer I west ter of Quarter said Section.of Southeast Township Quar-and .

Range, thence Westerly along --'
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________________________ 1 I FRIDAY, MAECH 15* 1957
vvvvevvvvevreere re V.e ........................ -
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the Clerk 01 the CircuIt Court 1951. Gainesville Florida Too and each of you are hereby
NORTH SIDEBy STATE Home DemonstrationNotes .r before the OD (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby and file the original In the office of notified and required to presentany
FARMBy 8th day of April 1957; Clerk of the Circuit Court. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on claims and demands which
otherwise the allegations of said By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk or before the 25 day of March. you. or either of you may have
Complaint will be taken as confessed 2/22 4t 3/15 1957; otherwise the allegations of against the estate of Horace John
Janet Turner by you. said Complaint win be taken as Foster a/k/a H. Foster deceased
Mrs. Carl BrownAAAA Phone 1354AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAA This notice shall te published NOTICE TO APFEAXClreoU confessed by you. late of said County, to the County
byDOROTHY once each week for four consecutive I. Coart. Bradford Coaro. This notice shall be publishedonce Judge of Bradford County Florida
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAThe W44' weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph lorKat la Cltaae.I7. each week for four consecutive at his office in the court house of
a1 1 ROSS Joe E. Waters Paintiff.[ vs. Florence weeks In the Bradford County said County at Starke. Florida
r-:; 1 Dated this 6th day of March Calhoun Waters Defendant. Telegraph. within eight calendar months from
North Side WMU enjoyeda Mrs. H. D. Turnage and childrenof : ,: t! Home Demonstration Agent 1957. Case No. 19-ZK3 Dated this 20th day of February the time of the first publication of
season of prayer Monday and Albany Ga. spent last week OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Notice to AppearTo 1951. this notice. Each claim or demand
Clerk of the Circuit Court : Florence Calhoun Waters, OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby shall be in writing, and shall state
Tuesday night at the church. We with her parents, Mr. and Mrs More Yeast Rolls Zinnias By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk whose residence and address. is: Clerk of the Clrenlt Court the place of residence and post
learned much about people of A. C. Belche. Saturday morning the Brooker Be to 3/5 4t 3/29 Unknown. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk office address of the claimant and
sure plant your zinnias You are hereby notified that a 2/22 4t 3/15 shall be sworn to by the claimant,
different nationalities who need Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace had Senior 4-H girls baked yeast right away so they will be bloom NOTICE TO APPEAB suit for divorce and dispositionof his agent or attorney, and any

the Gospel preached to them more as weekend guests her sister Mrs. rolls at their meeting in the Com ing in time for the flower show in I.Florida tircvlt I.Court Chaaceir.Bradford C..t,. has been property filed against you la the la Bradford tie Court Co.tFlerid.of the- County., hi ... shall such claim be void.or demand not so filed

than ever before. Mrs. G. L. Sappis Isabel Edwards, and her nieces, munity hall. The agent gave the June. Monteen Montgomery, Plaintiff, vs. above named Court and cause and I. Probate JULIETTA FOSTERAs
president and Mrs. Orene Cow- Misses Joan and Nancy Mynihan, demonstration and each girl took James Montgomery Defendant.Case you are required to serve a copy In re: Estate of Horace John executrix cf the Last
No. 10-2071 of year answer OP pleading to the Foster s.kaH.. Foster dserased. Will and Testament of
art program chairman.Mrs. all of Jacksonville.J. part in the mixing and kneadingof ... Notice! T. Appears complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney To AU Creditor and Tenor Horace John Foster akaH.
I' To: James Montgomery whose n..rRJr Claim or 'Demaadi deceased.
Mary Bollinger was guest N. Cauthen of Jacksonville the dough and the shaping of address is: Pier 4, 4-3236IH H. M. Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. Box 81, AgatBit Said Estate Foster 3/1 4t 322S
speaker Wednesday night at prayer Beach was a guest last Wednesdayof the rolls. Canada.C. S. Labrador, !Halifax N. S.

meeting. She gave a helpful Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts.Mr. They were. so enthusiastic over You are hereby notified that a
the demonstration they wanted to suit for divorce and restoration
demonstration of a series of les- and Mrs. R. P. McLendonhad of former name

sons for beginners, primaries and as weekend guests Mrs. Ida bake some that afternoon at home. has been filed against you la to*
juniors. Maples and sen of Knoxville, The girls made plain rolls, = above named Court and cause &u I tRgNLGUBSTKKTJs .
you are required to
serve a copy of r
I. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill clover leaf Parker House, crescents your answer or plea ng to the
Rev. Edgar Wilkinson and daughter of St. Marks and and cinnamon rolls. limplalnt on the Plaintiff.Attorney iiram
Rev. I Ralph Roberts, 202 Professional
the pulpit Sunday night as
the Wayne Cogdills of Gainesville.Mr. The girls enjoyed eating the Soil Conservation I Building, Jacksonville 2 Florida .
Harvey was away to begin a hot rolls with butter and jelly a- and file the original tn the office
week's revival. Rev. Wilkinson also and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell en- N-E-W-5 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
long with milk and a tossed salad or before the
with ; --
tertained last Friday night e ,
conducted prayer meeting at lunch time.Attending *th day of April, 1951: ; 'motorists took to
Wednesday night. birthday dinner for their grandson By BID Haas otherwise the allegations of gall
Jimmy Yawn. Those presentwere the meeting were: Soil Conservation ServiceIn Complaint will be taken at confessed I
had by
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Gayle Andrews, Argent Tomlin- This notice shall be published the sales leader
as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and and children of Ventura! Calif son Joann Green Beverly Green once each week for four consecutive
Mrs. A. W. Brown of the State weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY :
and Mrs. W. H. Edwards and son, Virginia Parrish Norma Jean the absence of Chairman TEUSORAPH. I
Farm and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dated this 5th day of March,! ,to be 1
Clark all houseguests of the Caldwells, Parrish and Judy Kelley. Foster Shi Smith, Vice ChairmanSam 1957.

SK2 and Mrs. Joe Neal Belche of Marilyn Cox of the Starke Clubis McGarvey presided at the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas were pensacola, and Judge and Mrs.T. baking yeast rolls for the Senior meeting of the Bradford Soil Con- By Marian Clerk L. of Crosby the Circuit Deputy Court-Clerk

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and A. Yawn and sons of Starke. Class bake sale. servation District Supervisors.Other J/8 4t J/29
Mrs. Billy Martin. _
The C. A. Alwood family were Foods for Lent members present were NOTICE TO APPEAR first !
with\1 I
The O. L. Linsin of
family Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Now that the lenten season is Lloyd Green Zedra Hamilton, IB Circuit Coort. Bradford CMMty,, \ e
Starke were supper guests of the and J. B. White. Florida i IB Chancery.
Carl Browns Wednesday of last C. J. Alwcod in Jacksonville. here, many people will be looking Patricia Ann Devlllier.,Plaintiff vs.
Capt. and Mrs. L. Watts of De- around for foods suitable for this The Board will take part in the Culver Ray Devillier, Defendant.Case .

week. land, and Mr. and Mrs. W. 'A. time of year. Why not make annual Soil Stewardship Week and Notice T. Appear No. 10-2050

Don't forget visitation Thurs Carleton Jr. of Hawthorne were cheese one of your selections? ordered a supply of materials to To: Culver Ray Dvllller, whose
day night and choir Friday be distributed the residence is Iloutna, Louisiana and !
practice weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. in to churches in
A lot of good things come a whose address Is: General Delivery
night at 7:30.: M. C. Roberts.That's small package of cheese. Its the County. Nolen J. Fuqua Pre- Houma Louisiana best. ,
sidnet of the National You are hereby notified that a
"contents" include protein of the Associationof suit for divorce care, custody,
best quality calcium needed for Soil Conservation Districts, control and support of minor 0
wirtes "Can Nation child, alimony and suit costs
a be
bones and teeth and ribd flavinof neglectful has been filed against yea It the
Our Business the vitamin B family. Cheese of its stewardship of the land above named Court and cause and
I 5 and still be and you are required to serve a
made from whole milk has vita truly religious nation of
If It's Glass We Have It! copy your answer or pleading to
min A too."Something. ? Can a farmer or a rancher the complaint on the Plaintiffs
CALL WRITE or VISIT neglect the stewardship of the soil Attorney Alan C. Winter, Jr.. 319
to build meals a- Florida Title Building, Jacksonville 1 start
and still be a religious person 2, Florida
I Joe Peters Glass Co. round" is cheese. Like meat eggs, and I 1t
This is God's earth. We ought to file the original the office of ark ; lh
fish-cheese has satisfying flavor the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
try seeing It as He sees it, and before the 25th day of March. 1957;
FOR ANY GLASS NEED and staying power. In fact it is each of us may better realize cur otherwise the allegations of said
a concentrated food. Complaint will be taken as confess
We Design Modern Store Fronts stewardship in the use of His ed by you.
Store cheese tightly wrappedin Land. This notice shall be published one
Just Mail Us A Pattern for
paper. Cheese may mold-if it each week for four consecutive
Table Tops does, cut off the mold and use the weeks In the Bradford Coouty Tele
A complete soil and water con graph. .
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 24353HUNDREDS servation farm Dated this 16th day of Februarys ,
rest.Cook plan was preparedfor -
cheese over low heat, J. C. Sapp on his farm locatedon

otherwise it gets tough and strin the Brownlee Road. J. C. i is

e gy. TO speed up the melting getit going to use Giant Striata Crotalaria S a e confident our products set the pace in Progress,

into small pieces before you for a cover and COLONIALFLORIST

heat it.Here. crop. He remarked, "Now Bill you Performance and Protection

I are some recipes you will 1 know that sweet crotalaria is hardto -

find to be tasty and easy to pre teat. I'm going to plant as 1

much as I can."
merit jour continual confidence were first

ol details are managed and economically Cheese sauce PHONE 218 to meet the in
4 tablespoons fat. 4 tablespoons The other day we were out challenge of changes engine eiiTo

attended that only a trained and flour 2 cups milk. 1.2 teaspoonsalt. visiting Max Peuker on his 70th and offer Southern motorists a third and Super

careful organization can attend when 1-2 pound cheese shaved thin birthday. A few of us were walk (j) quality gasoline-designed to get full power, top

the urgent p*d for serving is at (2 cups) Melt the fat. blend v> ing around in a field of Cedar mileage and best performance from today's 1

hand the flour. Add cold milk and salt. trees that Max has planted for
The to
Heat and stir until thickened. Add Christmas trees. Arch Thomas Sr. FLOWERSFor higher-compression engines. response

the cheese.\ Stir until it melts remarked that he could see anew SUPER CROWN EXTRA has been immediatenotonly

DeWITT C. JONES SERVE OVER grits, macaroni or industry of growing Christmas All Occasions from owners of new highercompressioncars

spaghetti, boiled potatoes, cabbage trees coming into this area. but from owners of older cars as well. .

Phone 7 Starke Fla. asparagus onions, cauliflower i Cedars grow into a shaply tree DISH GARDENS One of our three popular gasolines-CROWN, Try a full tank of SUPER CROWN
or boccoli. and can be sold as cut or livetrees. EXTRA. Then decide whether the
Funeral Director POTTED PLANTS
Ambulance Service Scrambled F.I;gs With Cheese CROWN EXTRA or SUPER CROWN EXTRA is best improved performance and mileage IS

Our local funeral home enabea n* to offer convenience in
services not otherwise available. egg-and-milk mixture goes in regards wildlife as an important

to the pan. Cook very slowly so product of the land. Soil Conger Flowers WiredAnywhere

w. I' I I '.,, -, ,, I the cheese melts as the eggs vation Service helps and encourages

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and cook. farmers and ranchers to recognize STANDARD OIL COMPANY

accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, toned by ANT Happy Mealtime EndingOne that wildlife, like others KENTUCKY

company, &j payment in pan or In full on a funeral. of the most satisfying endings crops, must be intelligently man Nona St. Stark
Consultation to a meal-and easiest of aged and produced. Techniciansassisting
carries no obligation
desserts--cheese and crackers, farmers show them how I

with fruit, fresh, dried, or canned. wildlife improvement fits logically .
into a soil and water conservation

N. 4;. n The Soil Conservation Service

1N will give soil-bank participantsthe $275,000f Chevrolets "Lucky Travelers"
same kind of technical assis-

Your tance on wildlife-habit at devel-

besta a, .o. opment that it has given throughsoil .

conservation district opera- S
tions. Evtiling as a Chevrolet ride. That's Clievy's

tire buy r whopping new"Lucky Traveler'Contest! FOUR
,ypj TIlE RIGHT POINT for the top

way you write Come In and select -

Fountain your favorite Pen. TELEGRAPH ESYEUBROOK winners each get $25,000 and a beautiful new

by far. jj : NOTICE TO APPEAR Chevrolet car of their choice-even a Corvette.

I.! Circuit Court. Bradford Cooatr,

Letha Florida Mae i la Chancery.Jackson. Plaintiff vs. 1 Next 53 winners each get a '57 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-Door

Clifton Charlie Jackson
AT THIS LOW PRICE Case No.defendant.10-2038 Sedan and a $500 vacation fund!
a Notice To AppearTo *
a x 1W : Clifton Charlie Jackson, -
whose residence and address is:

Unknown.You are hereby notified that a
$1,1Iysi' suit for divorce
has been filed against you In .the
above named Court and cause andJ
.u are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the complaint
670x15plus w on the plaintiff's Attorney
andrecoppablo ar Alfred C. Scott 106 Smith Building -
AlL tax c .1 Jacksonville, 2. Florida
4s' fire and file the original In the office of
,> the: Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ,
Before the
'8th day of April 1957;
f otherwise the allegations of nld
q L1'R- 4 Complaint will be taken u confessed

3-T Cord This oy notice you shall be published
Super-Cushion once each week for tour consecutive Tr
weeks graph. in the Bradford County;: Tele *:

Dated this 6th day of March,

LrGOOOfiEAR 1957.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darb ,
Clerk of the Crram Court

. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 3/3 4t Clerk 3/29 -c-:1-;

You can't beat the low price on these famous IB Clrealt Coart Bradford County
Come in "
3-T Florida! !. Chancery. ramous
Triple-Tempered cord tires! There's extra
Lucy Dorothy Patterson Plaintiff,, '
strength in the 3-T Cord body, and the huskyrib vs. Thomas P. Patterson, Defendant. for entry

AsOW 3sFOR tread assures longer wear and safer traction. totlec T* AppearsTo Case No. 10-2072 blank and

Don't drive another mile on worn, risky tires : Thomas P. Patterson whose
trade now for safer easier residence is Wyandanch, Long oompZetedetails
I stronger, riding Island New York, and whose ad
Super-Cushions. Ask about the Goodyear life- dress is: Box 777 Wyandanch Long
time Guarantee! Island New York.
You aNt hereby notified that ft
A SET OF FOUR suit to: divorce r

Size 6.00.16. $11.95 Plus tuend has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the ,,"'
Size ,recappable you are required to serve a copy of .
7.10-15. 14.40 .
your answer or pleading to the complaint -. ,- ..... -," -
on the Plaintiffs Attorney : -
H. C. Baldwin. P. O. Box 104.

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