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 29, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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7 BradfordMen I Centennial Queen Sought By Panel; Teachers Start Measures

a rixT k t p't j Havana Trip Scheduled For Winner '


With the approach of Starke's Centennial Celebration, May For Stronger Campaign

5-11, the Centennial Committee has launched its search for a

c '_ "r rA Hunting ChargeSeven young lady to reign during the festivities as Centennial Queen. -.... t.t11.

?x rah The only requirements for a girl to become a nominee are

Bradford County men and that she be a resident of Bradford County, unmarried., and be- Promenade Set To Study Union Membership;

an attorney from Gainesville are tween the ages of 16 and 21. Urge Greater Action For FEA

.. scheduled to' appear in Federal The fortunate girl chosen as Queen will receive as her prizean For Brothers

District Court in Jacksonville Mon- all-expense paid trip for two to Havana, Cuba, including ,
day to plead to charges of illegal transportation and hotel accommodations. Bradford County teachers Wednesday afternoon registered -

dove hunting by luring them with In addition to selecting a queen, the committee will choose Sisters : their reaction to the statewide furor created by Gov.
cracked corn and wheat. Saturday Collins' opposition to the Florida Education
six girls to act as Princesses in the Queen's Court of Honor.
The Starke men are H. A for a $4,200 minimum teacher
salary by taking actions
if Each of the six girls selected will also receive a valuable prize.
Bishop Jr., W. C. Powell, L-. B. Those wishing to enter the contest may nominate themselves' Starke's Centennial Sisters of designed to produce a more vigorous- push- of teachers' views.
Alvarez, R. E. Jones Lester J.
; the Swish and Brothers of the Moves made Wednesday by the
; Kite James R. Reddish and HarryN. or a friend by filling in the Queen Contest nominating couponin Brush .will promenade down Call Bradford Educatiod Association to

i.if i. Greene. Attorney A. Z. Adkins this issue of The,Telegraph, and mailing or taking it to Mrs. Street again this Saturday after- advance their cause were: Berries Harmed
i Ji. of Gainesville was also sum- Leila Mundy at Leila's Dress Shop on E. Call St. noon after assembling at the L) Voting to contact.the American _

r n D .H moned. The deadline for receiving nominations is Thursday April 4, courthouse square at 4 o'clock. Federation of Labor to in-

r The alleged offense occurredthe at 5:30 p.m. 'Those wishing to enter the contest are urged to Since this will be one in a vestigate the benefits of joininga Rains '
3. afternoon of last Dec. 8 in By Heavy
series of union.
fill out the blank and turn it in at once. "dress-up Saturdaya"Guy
the Kinwood ,section of Putnam 2.) to draft
Andrews, Centennial chairman Voting a "strongly
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". r-fipg7 XTriU7" -U'"M"* ""LmL' J"mmul-A"Ilu"" J"! requests all men ana women worded" resolution to be sent to
::: \I A member of the party, discuss- who have their costumes completeto the FEA urging aggressive actionOP Prospects for even a fair strawberry -

Edna Stone, McLendon, and Alice Anderson give their ing the incident, admitted shoot Legislature Opens Tuesday wear them all day, as wellas the part of the FEA in push- season this year faded this

version of the Centennial Swish as they trip the light fantastic! ing doves, but said the group had in the parade. ing their program. week as heavy rains pummelledthe

down Call Street last Saturday. :More and more "Sisters" are donning no knowledge of the baited field. With Conner In Top Post "We want to emphasize that 3.) Voting to send a letter to ripe and berry near fields'ripe, berries damaging, just the aa
"We didn't "
their 90's the Centennial date know the field was this is not obligatory, however,
Gay finery as aopproaehes.- '
Rep. Thomas Beasley of Walton production was expected to hit its
- baited, he commented. "Even the Mr. Andrews said. "If do not I
Photo by R. P. McLendon. I The 1957 session of the Florida Legislature will open you County, speaker-designate of the peak.
warden said have
game field had yourCentennial outfit
been baited two or three weeks." Monday with Bradford County's Rep. Doyle E. Connerat yet, don't stay away on accountof 1959 House of Representatives, on I I The rains were the latest set

Negro Sought Novel CasePrisoner Some of the men said they shot the helm of the House of Representatives and several that. Come on down town and his stand supporting the teachers' back in a season which has beea '1

the birds while the game wardenwas bills affecting Starke and Bradford County on tap for see the fun." program. full of setbacks. Along with ad-

Seeks I beside them. consideration.Conner Chairman Andrews issued a Study Unions verse weather conditions, the parasites -

The warden at 28 will be the young- special invitation to people in Hugh B. Ingram Jr., presidentof and Insects have attachedthe
On Aggravated a: saying game they had been was quoted est speaker of the House in the only one candidate instead of the neighboring towns and throughout the BEA stressed that the plants at an unprecedented
:# for the history of Florida. He was first required number are selected. the county to join in the move to study possible union rate.The
person or who had
Freedom HereA persons
baited the field. elected to the House for the 1951 ,Another bill requested by the festivities, either as members of :membership "doesn't mean that rains, though beneficial t*
Assault CountA session and is now entering his City would required power com the parade or as spectators. we .will join." The BEA members spring vegetable plantings, are
habeas corpus proceeding in They said that the game warden fourth term. panies planning to nerve a new authorized him to name a three harmful to the berry Industry,

which a prisoner at Raiford is pointed out that the law calls customer in the ,city limits to member committee to contact the damaging the ripe berries until
With the next
statewide lookout was posted for the hunter to make sure session beginning first obtain a permit from the city
a Of 301
his claim for freedom unmarketable.
basing on week Sen. E. Johns will 4-Laning AFL and r/udy the advantagesand they are
field is clear of Charley
last week for a Bradford County any bait before before beginning service.
an unusual aspect of the law will he hunts in it. enter his 12th term in the Senate, : disadvantages of union, mem- "Every time the pl;'.wj have begun -
Negro charged with aggravated Lawtey Bill 'I
be heard by Circuit Judge GeorgeL. ,I served in each session bership.This producing pretty well this
assault with a knife against Miss having suc- A bill has 'been prepared at the I
Patten today (Friday). cessively since 1935. Urged By Legion I II move was sparked by the season, the rains have come along
: Jones of the request of the city of Lawtey
Margaret manager E. "
The prisoner, Raphael Langley I official
BHSBandWinsTop Conner will be. sworn in as action of teachers in some Coun- and ruined the crop, one
Dollar West Call which extend the northern
Bottom on
is the
challenging authorityof House speaker in ceremonies in the week in &t the Starke State Farmers Mar-
boundaries of 'the city by annex- ty's during past re
the state to sentence him for '
Tallahassee at noon Tuesday. In Resolution fusing to sign contracts for the ket reportedEven
120 the north side.
ing acres on
bond of $3,000 was set for escape, contending that since he Bills though berry production
Special The bill will put Into effect a ,coming year as a protest against
Willie Keaton of near was in custody en a federal charge Rating In
Negro, Special bills affecting Starke move ,which gained the approvalof the position stated by Gov. Collins is away off the pace of previous
Hampton, by County Judge T. A. when he escaped from the Winter and Bradford County which have Resolutions urging Sen. CharleyE. that the BEA'a bid for a $4,200 years'greater quantities have been
the voters in a recent election
Yawn. Park jail, the state has no been.requested by local authorities but failed to go into effect because -I Johns and Rep. Doyle E. Conner teacher starting salary is "unrealistic coming in this week than at any

Police said that Keaton fled authority. 3 Contest Events include a bill to change the vote of improper description of i to "exert every effort" toward at this tim ." other time during the season.
before they arrived after menace Langley, in his petition for the ing system in Starke city elec- breaking the stalemate on U. S. Over 100 crates .a day have been
No Threats
ing Miss Jones with the knife and writ of habeas corpus, charges tions, a bill to require power com- the property.Two 301 maintenance and improve bought at the market every day
knocking down Roman Alvarez, that the Criminal Court of Record The Bradford High School Band panies to obtain a permit before bills prepared at the request ment projects were adopted by The Bradford County teachers ',snce March 18. Before that date,
which sentenced him to a five year home of the County Commissionwill made no threats to resort to these the sales were erratic, recordingas
who was in the store at the time came from the district serving customers in the Starke American Legion Post 56 at its
term at the State Prison for es- authorize the commission to. measures, but they are "bitterlydisappointed" I' low as 11 on some days and
limits bill Subsequently
and went to Miss Jones' aid. meet in Jacksonville Beach last city a extending the meeting Tuesday night. -
cape lacked jurisdiction. city limits of Lawtey and bills carry burglary and robbery insure the same resolutions were at the positions I around 50 on others.
The Incident occurred about Langley had been arrested by week with a rating of superior authorizing certain types of insurance ance on' the County Judge, Clerk approved by'the Starke Rotary taken by Gov Collins and Sen. The prices have ranged from

closing mime, Friday evening. Ac- the federal. authorities. for transporting (the highest given) in three. categories for the county, cf the Circuit.Court. Tax Collector Club, the:Starke' Liorj Club, the Bill Shands of Gainesville oppose $6 to $9 for off grades and from

cording to police: Keaton askedto 'forged "checks' in Inter- -.; concert,, sight-reading 1 The-bill(.changing the, voting and'sheriff and 'to carry'putlic Chamber"of Commerce; and the !lag the $',200 minimum ,salary, $l to a' high of .$13.20 for good
look at a pair of shoes and state commerce and was lodged liability: and damage Ingram said."We're market official
and marrhing: bn.ls.the second system will set up five groups in property on City of Starke.As grades a reported.
became angry when she started in the Winter Park jaid under an year in succsegiaiSiat? : the band which the candidates will run in- county owned or operated vehicles. adopted, the resolution de- not kicking over the From Mar. 1-23 of this seaaui.:

into the rear of the store and agreement with the federal agents.He has won tops'ratings.Bandmaster I stead of lumping them all together One of the major bills to effect clared that: traces" Ingram remarked, "but 1,968 crate had been sold.

asked him to wait, saying that she escaped from the jail on I with ones receiving the highest Bradford County expected to be Whereas, it appears that U.S. we are upset about the attitude "But we really haven't shippedany

would" bring them out. Dec. 7, 1955 and was arrested on Elden W. Mathews number of votes being elected as passed at this session of the Legislature Highway 301 is one of the lifelines taken by Collins and Shands." berries," the official said,
'"Z" **Sh said that he began cursingand a federal warrant for escape in stated that somehow the, band is now,done> The measures in this I, Is a bill reallocating thecounty's of Bradford County and is The "strong" resolution which comparing this figure with previous
she sawxa knife In his handas Atlanta on Jan: 10, 1956 and would raise money to attend he I: share of state race track I
bill would "be" subject to approvalof one of the most heavily traveled iB to be drafted by the Board of years.
he came after her. About that returned to Orange County. Convicted State Contest later this springin the voters in a referendumin I.funds among the Commission roads leading into Florida, and ;Directors is to submitted to Last year during March, 6,611

time Alvarez interceded and the of escape on information Orlando. The Band has been the September election. !School Board and Hospital Board. Whereas, because of neglect and the membership for approval copies crates had been shipped from the

Negro, described as a huge man, cf the County Solicitor of Orange eligible for several years to at- New System I I Though members of the three lack of maintenance and repairit sent to teacher associations in market with 10,306 sold duringthe
struck him the back of the head County, he was given the sentencein tend the state meet, but has entire season.
on The new system would enable i boards agreed on a split which is rapidly deteriorating and is other counties so that the positionof
and knocked him down. Keaton the state Prison. failed to go because of lack of I. "If we would start at full blast
to "pick their oppo i would give the Hospital $15,000, no longer capable of carrying the the Bradford group will be
left as Miss Jones was callingthe After his trial by state authori- finances. Last year the Band was nents"' and have the effect of permit the Commission to retain heavy load of traffic using it "quite clear"Push we would ,still have a hard time

police. ties, the U.S. attorney dismissedthe entered, but did not attend. eliminating ,the conditions which' one-third and give the remainderto each hour of the day, and ProgramThe catching up with last season," the

Sheriff P. D. Reddish said this Federal escape charges against Burge Searing, clarinet; Archie give an advantage to candidates the schools, opposition to this Whereas, sufficient funds were, resolution is not Intendedas official remarked, and the chances

week that Keaton was still at Langley. He was sentenced to 90( Green, trumpet; David Canova receiving a great number of "sin- formula been raised by County provided in the 1956-57 budget by : a censure of Gov. Collins or of that are very slim. In fact

large, but that "we expect to days on the offense he had drum; Harpld Tyns, baritone, gle-shot" votes, ballots on which Commissioner H. A. Bishop' Jr. The State Road. Department_ for... Sen. Shands, Ingram said, but the official predicted that the ber-
originanlly been arrested for, this -- u wiles would
get him soon." an received ratings of superiorin -- four-Ianing this road and will. Intended to urge the FEA's Board ry begin to drop off
A Negro woman Johnnie V sentence to begin after his release the solo contest. Jerome Edwards Invitation Collins Graduates continue in the same amount in' ot, Directors to get together to again In the next few days. Th

McDoheri, who was with Keaton from the State Prison.In trumpet, and MargaretAnn the 1957-58 budget due to the discuss a program. official said full blast meant ship-

was arrested on a charge of pub- his petition for the writ. Dinkins. oboe, took rating? From ConnerRep. From Patrol School fact that the work has not been "We feel that the people are in png 1.000-2,000 crates a day.
! Langley contends that the action "And if we have another
done andWhereas favor of good
our Ingram
lic intoxication by Perry Kite of excellent. Martha Dayton program
ot the Federal authorities in I William O. (Bobbie) CollinsJr. hard rain, strawberries will be
the work and said, "but the politicians are undecided -
Jr., who investigated the affair. clarinet, received a rating of good. survey
filing a complaint and warrant Doyle E. Conner states was recently graduated from plans for the work on said U.S. and that can be fatal. about over for this year," the of-
She failed to to answer I
appear for his arrest on escape charges, Twenty-four high school bands the Florida Highway Patrol ficial said.
the in court that all citizens of Bradford 201 are about complete and deeds
charges Mayor's
showed they recognized he wasa and two orchestras competed in Training School at Tallahassee. '
Monday and forfeited a $25 bond Federal prisoner. the 5th district contest this year: I I County are cordially invited to Collins was elected class presi- are.acquiring now being of necessary prepared rightofway for the-i Berries Come To Market II

"It's a novel question," Judge JudgTng the Bradford Band : attend the Legislative session dent during ,the nine weeks of arfl

Patten commented this week. He were Otto Kraushaur of Miami during the next two months in training. He will be assigned to "' ''' '
Whereas it becomes the .
now < '
RECEPTIONTO said that to his knowledge this Senior High, John Heney of De- Tallahassee.A Troop F and will report for dutyat duty of every loyal citizen of ,.:!!",,.J.:...F";: ", }: -.:. ',f' :.f:

HONOR que jon ban never been determine land and Manley Whitcomb Bradenton, Fla. on March 25. 'I .";' 0- ., .,
special invitation is extendedfor Bradford County to exert every .
in a Florida court before.In I band director at FSU. I Fifty new patrolmen received 'I b'O z-
Tuesday 2, when effort to contribute of his time, .; ; .
DOYLE CONNERS another habeas corpus peti- April Rep. diplomas from Col. H. N. Kirk- ,.-, } ,
and influence wherever it .
tion to be heard by Judge Patten Tax DeadlinesMonday Conner will be sworn in at noonas man, patrol"director, in the class energy i ... ,-
will be effective to
accomplish this '
The public is Invited to attend today, James McShane also a Speaker of the 1957 House of with Collins. needed I' }.
long improvement to our t.
In the StaTkeWoman'
a reception '
state prisoner, contends he is be- is the last for Representatives. He would like to main .
.. day artery of traffic U. S. 301;
Club this Sunday afternoon detained At The TabernacleThe 1
ing illegally -because the Starke taxpayers to pay property have as many of his friends Now therefore, be it resolved I
from 2 to 4 o'clock hon-
: sheriff of Sarasota County, instead taxes to the city before the penalties from Bradford County present on that we do most respectfully petition vf .
oring Representative and In.Do1e Sunday morning service.at
of transporting him to the State go into effect, City Clerk Carl that occasion as is possible., the Fundamental the Honorable Charley E.
E. Conner. Prison I Gospel Taber- .'
after his sentence took
Johns reminded taxpayers this Johns State Senator
and the
Mr. Conner Hill serve as him to Manatee County wherehe I HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH I nacle was conducted by James T.
Speaker of the House of Representatives served 135 days for forgery I week. Burnett of Orlando, a member of Honorable Doyle & Conner, ._

at the 1957 Legit before ,being sent to the State The same deadline applies to Sunday School 9:45 a. m. the Christian "Business Men's Speaker of the 1957 House of r

lative session opening next Prison. County property taxes, Tax Collector Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Committee. He brought a splen- Representatives of the Florida,

Meek and the reception Is be The Sarasota.sheriff v aa without J. R. Kelly reported. He 8:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting each did message including his personal Legislature, to exert their every' r 1

tag given In appreciation for authority to atop him from said the taxes are "coming in i Wednesd y, 8:00 p. m. Rev. testimony. Mr. Burnett also pro- effort in accomplishing the above: '." .
pretty good" but a number of George Chism pastor. Every- vided improvement on said Federal high .' '" {
this honor he has brought to being delivered to Raiford withina I special music on an electric _
still have not paid. body welcome. way through Bradford County. ati -
Bradford County. reasonable time after his sentence persons -- epiphone and steel guitar. I 4k:2-: r'd

It Could HappenIn l McShane charges. HomesteadersUrged

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Soughtivors Berry growers line np with their freshly picked cargo waitiag

for the baying routine at., the Starke State Fanners Market toget
In Opener Drops Tight Tilt For Exemption .'
antry,of the Co. local 1f, 1st com-Vol ; underway. The quantity of berries coming into the market this

week is the greatest of the season but does not compare with .
_.t served in the Spanish- Tax Assessor Gene Long issued
rC American War are asked to get It would have been difficult fothe lolled around fatigue had taken' ing errors, McGee began to lose a last minute reminder to home- previous years.

in touch1th Tate Powell Sr. at Bradford High School baseball its toll on pitcher Curtis McGee control and the Maroons beganto owners in Bradford County that 1I"r"W...... -.A '. .
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team to start the 1957 season and the Fletcher men blasted rap the ball almost at wilL A
Macclenry; or with The Telegraph. Monday, April 1, is the last day
Mr. Powell, who was a rgeant in with a worse game as they committed three quick hits to score four runs I. single triple and pair of walks, for filing for homestead exemption.
SOS 11 errors and allowed 19 and win the game. issued by McGee in the fourth
like to
11mgi the co-pany, would geta Persons not filing by that date
'" C inc hits to lose to Palatka by a 27-9 Besides the Saturdayl put the Palatka men ahead 8-3.
to' together to take part game will not be granted tax exemptionon
'. Centennial Parade. score last Friday night. McGee also pitched five innings In the fifth, Tom Stallings a homesteads, and will have to
But the Bradford nine regained Friday and led the team in hitting -' left bander took over from McGee pay taxes which la some cases JI

PatrolmanJCiditional respectability on the home field by rapping two singles in and allowed five more hits, and amounts to around $200. "I haveno
J I i Saturday afternoon as they slugged the Palatka game and a double three walks which aided by five authority to extend the dead '

11).J) ''" Florida Highway run for run with Fletcher of and a single against Fletcher. errors brought. in 10 more Palatka line that applications must be In,", =t..

in was provided for Brad- Jacksonville for seven innings Against Fletcher, the local boys runs.Eddie he said. .

s ? ,unty's highways this week. only to, lose 6-2 when the game made four hits, and three errors Stuckey and McGee sharing Though a number of homesteaders
r C.' "w man, who will be serv- went into an extra inning. while Fletcher made five hits and the pitching chores in the have filed their applications

3 fr J.:>> with Trooper Carlos Mus- Until the seventh inning the two' errors. sixth were rapped for nine more since a list of those still

grove, is Nelson Sellars, a recent Bradford men were threatening to In the disastrous Palatka game runs. outstanding was published in the
graduate of the FHP training defeat the Jacksonville lads as the BHS squad had trouble finding In the seventh the.Starke men Telegraph last week more than

school in Tallahassee. He will be they were leading 2-1. In the and controlling the ball as tried a comeback and were ableto 200 still have not filed. Long said.

stationed here on a permanentbasis. seventh Fletcher loaded the bases they'played under lights for the score six runs before the game A list of those who had not

and squeezed a man in to tie up first time. ended. signed! for Homestead exemption 4_ a.-'if.

Sellars) has rented a house in the score. McGee started on* the mound, The Tornadoes' next* home game at press time appears on page
Starke and will soon bring his Though the basea were loaded and for the first three inningsthe win be against Santa Fe at 3:45 10 in this issue. Long urged all

Nearsighted Salesman: Far wife and four boys here from and only one out recorded, the game looked like a real thriller next Friday, April 5. Saturdayafternoon persons whose names appear on

don me. I'm the Fuller brush, Matlanna his hometown. locals were able to register two with the Maroons holding a 4-3 they will play in Crescent this list, to return their applications -

...... but I are you already Sellars began his duties Tues more outs and retire the side. edge. But there the roof cavedin City and Tuesday will play. to his! office before closing ".

have 08e! day. But by the time the eighth inning as the Starke men began mak Terry Parker in J lnvl1le.J time Monday. J I Buyers crowd around berries as auctioneer takes their bids.

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editorial liner per acre. PAGE TWO FRIDAY MABCII 29, 1657
Farmer's DiaryBy Frank ThomU used the spreader -
to. fertilize his pecan grove and it will not hurt livestock. Ing the sick ervl ether Monday.

I Sam and pasture, and said he is get Rev. Grant Thomas from y
MeGamy ting good results from his.pecans Visited E. L. Birt's place southof Georgia will be our speaker
The Areawide ViewpointA by fertilizing every year. Hampton the other day. We Saturday night.
And then we got to figuring feed 1 S discussed the Soil Conservation
!/L m SIBIIS S. Haddock also used the Rev. Johns tour
new formula for aiding efforts to attract at about! $5 a bag for her, and we District's spreader to fertilizing program and he made a requestfor from Starke will W
knocked that idea on the head in his a complete soil and water messager Saturday night
industry to the Bradford (County area of the a hurry! Soil Conservation pecan grove. conservation: plan. Gene is goingto April 9. We are aWl inviting aU
keen interest of members I.was discussing the fertilizingof to come who
the will
received .. put in some Pensacola Bahia com*.
N E.- W s. pecan trees with County Agent Rev. Patterson
Chamber of Commerce. We have three fat old hens now, pastures. He says for all-around some won-
is simple and has been a fac- George Huggins the other day. pasture can't beat Pensacola derful preaching all last week
formula and they you
The and are laying three big By BID Haas George says people that fertilize
tor in the success of many noted persons brown eggs .a day. Let's hear, Soil Conservation Service their trees each year have been Bahia.... the during Lord our for revival and we thank
enterprises. It is based on the farsighted principle somecne beat that! getting a crop of nuts every We had sending him our way.
good attendance
of cooperation and exPansion. Well, they say that pecan treesdon't I stopped: by Eddy Allen's place year. There are many pecan .even Thursday night when all week

The program as outlined by :representativesof bud out until after the dan- Well, what with beards (and the other day, and Le was out in groves in this area and with a THY HILL"f were having so much rain We we
the Jacksonville Chamber of'Commerce, calls ger of frost, but ours must have bustles, soon, we hear) Starkeis the field turning under oats. He good cover crop and a regularfertilizer had visitors from Highland. l'

the individual chambers of commerce to expand gotten mixed up a couple of taking on a very quaint ap- stopped the tractor and we dis- program these groves tt Mr*. J. I* Slrj..klaolf Green Cove Springs, Maxville,
on beyond the confines of local weeks ago, tor'they got their pearance in preparation for the cussed the different types of crops will pay off. .Starke, Oak Grove, Atlantic
their interests little buds nipped. The cold also that suitable 4 A AAAAAAAAAAAf. AAAA
were for
Centennial celebration. It's hay. Eddy
with each other to promote get- Boulevard Black Pond, and
boundaries joining got the leaves of our fig trees. ting so bad there now that Sam said he made some mighty good I asked H. H. Lewis how things We are glad to see Luella Mlddleburg. The Middleburg choir

However, it must have been worse has to go around lifting up beardsto hay from millet last year. '1 were looking: out his way and he Austin able to be back in church presented some special music for
over near New River, for we saw don't want to story to stated that the Pensacola Bahia
find out if he recognizes the you says and looking much better after her us Tuesday night and the Middle-
some potatoes over there that guy hiding behind the bushes. Eddy but that millet made the pasture that Wilton Conner had recent illness. burg Junior Choir.sang some In.
were knocked down and painted sweetest hay, my cows ate stems planted is growing up good and
mm.no 4.4.4 Among the sick last week and teresting numbers Thursday night
black. all. We discussed Coastal it looks like he is getting a good
We've heard that there is goingto starting this week are :Mr. and We apprealete very much the
Bermuda grass for- hay. Eddy is stand of grass.
be a big show along with the planning to plant some Coastal Mrs. Willie Padgett, J. T.'PadgettSusie visitors and help from other
Had the pleasure of meetingand Centennial Celebration and that's this year. After the talk about C. R. Bradford states that his Padgett and several of the churches..We had planned to continue

flaw with that reasoning.The talking with Mr. and Mrs. fine, but we do hope that one hay was over, Eddy didn't fail pecan grove is getting better children and Jessie :Manning. the revival on through this
can see men last week admitted John Ewouds of Jacksonville. She part of it is absent-and we're to tell me about the new boy in each year. He says he is turning There are probably quite a few week but Rev. Patterson was
"selfish" in pushing this was a Richard (Helendaughterof referring, of course, to -the Flea the family. under large amounts of organic others but we failed to get any taken ill and was unable to continue
that they were b eing by the Job) and was born in Starkein Circus. material. Bradford plans to plant news this week. the services. We will hare

program in that they were prompted benefits 1868. she has a remarkable Imagine what, would happen it Cornelious Moore used the Dis- Giant Straita Crotalaria in his Rev. Harvey Lane and family another week's meeting later in
realization that Jacksonville would reap memory and told us many storiesof that bunch of trained fleas ever trict's fertilizer spreader to ferti- pecan grove this year. Giant- were visiting at Clay Hill .satur- the seasons when these colds have
from industry located in any community in the early days. Mr. Ewouds alsO got loose on ,Call Street with all lize his Pensacola Bahiajaastures. Striata Crotalaria will put out a day and Sunday Rev. Lane and sutftided and the weather is

the area. But the same thing would be true for knows some of the early history.He those beards to hide in! Used 500 pounds of 8-8-8 ferti- large amount 'organic material Rev. J. L. Strickland were visit. more settled.
out, the farmed in the Santa Fe section -
cities. As one man pointed .....
the other industry located would receive and then went into store- \ .t & .I .. . ...I __,,<.h_. '.",",'- .wJI-" J. _
city in which the keeping at Jacksonville..
would receive partof
but the others
the cream -
the milk. through the Jacksonville Heard an interesting debate
By combining complete pIcture of industry last week. One man said that the 'J'i
chamber a insteadof fire control units do not have the
be presented, '
facilities of the area can right to enter private land to
results when
the hodge-podge which fight a fire, while another said
on its own measures. they did. Complaint of first man -.
?lSftrtSS. if adopted Starke was that the fire fighters (this

and other cities in the area should receive op- was nQt in Bradford County, by

portunities to obtain industries that they would- the way cut and torn down a lot .
the expanded of his fence and he maintainedthat
n't receive otherwise. Through
be they had no right to trespasson
number of industries can
facilities a
private property. Second person
reached and can be presented with a broader said complainant should have been

picture of the facilities and have many more glad to have fire put out, and be-

sites from which to choose. fore they got through argufyingit
We believe that such a program would bea looked like they'd start a fire!

forward movement in the effort to obtain new Somehow it sounds like case

industry. where man is rescued from c@1
drowning but handled roughly in

process (knocked unconscious by

American Legion Birthday life saver). 'Upon being revived,
h: protested to the life saver,

Nationwide celebration of the 38th birthday who promptly picked him up and <#-' ,, KSfX -

of the American Legion has doubtless reminded Jour threw him back in the water! ** *5 %9 l ia

readers that the largest veterans' organization V P a -* *

in the world has become in 38 years a signif- That little black bull of ours

icant factor in the lives of all Americans. that we want to catch again and
put in the freezer must read this Save 109.95 .JSI*
Looking back, we are impressed with the
column, for he sure is keepingout
fact that an idea conceived by a handful of
of sight. U
doughboys (as they called them then) in muddy tt Save 4.95

France to memorialize and project the aims for Old blind as a bat Sam was 1r

which they had fought has grown to serve the feeding our cows cottonseed meal I AUTOMATIC

country on so many fronts. the other day, when he noticed ; ,1

On this important anniversary, business, that one of them appeared to be ELECTRIC

military! and spiritual leaders are paying heartwarming in very good shape. Imagine his AUTOMATIC I i

tribute to the steadfastness with feelings .when, upon telling Alice AIR-BLOWER L
about it. she said:. "That wasn'tone i RANGE
which Legionnaires have kept faith through the '
of our cows. That was a "DRYER
I 'I
and sustained the 1919 pledge of Paris:
years neighbor's!" F Super Calrod Surface -, ,
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This organization that originally met the While talking to some cattle- ( Surface
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challenge of protecting veterans' interests, thatfought men this week the subject got around x> flush-to-Wall lation Instal- r.>: ..r Pushbuttons

for a Federal Veterans' Administrationand to dogs killing cattle. One (Complete insulated ( \ t Oven TIming Clock
man said that a pack of wild dogs '* Chassis- Calrod Golden Bake
the GI Bill of Rights, is today a communityleader I e. '
and Broil Units
back and .
in almost every city and village in the killed got into 10 his head.herd awhile y ;.,"r. -.- r Plug-In One-Plece Flexibility, All-Weld ,+"; ."- 1 Yr. Free Sen'ireed '
nation. Its long-established and continuing cam- Chassis
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paigns for national security and Americanismprovide Our FFA boys here have some I
i inspired and tireless leadership in the good steers and we wish them lots Reg. $189.95 / IB-70

Communism from without and subversion FFA Show
fight against of luck in the coming

from within. Through its membership and Sale to be held at Gainesville 1%

it contributes much to outside charities in addition i. next month. One question in feed- $146.00: -$210.00

to spending 135 millions of dollars on its her ing to our give steers them seems just to as be much whet-as Red Tag Sale Price Red Tag Sale-Price

own children's aid program in the past 31 years, they'll clean up at an eating, or With Trad. Trade

and the millions more required to sponsor 20,000 keep feed in front of: them all the 1 .
junior baseball teams; 4.128 Scout troops; a time. .

national high school oratorical (contest; BoysState .
and Boys Nation. Almost every post has We tried that keeping feed in

its own individual projects, also such as locally front of hogs all the time, but the

where the Legion has sparked the organization ;- trouble was that the big sow

and promotion of an annual BradfordCounty Porky would clean it all up beforewe .: /
cculd and we almost
get more
Fair that gets bigger and better everyThe ran ourselves bowlegged that day. i -

year. % 1'r
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make America a better nation, a stronger

nation, and a safer nation. It has made itself a STATE FARMBy

recognized and respected force for good in America. -
Janet Turner

More Power To Sen. Byrd 4A 4 AAAA Phone*****135-J AAAAA****** r i Save 7195 tt t' Save 39-95 I Ii

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell L M

The billion dollars already trimmed from have as their guests this week ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell and
President Eisenhower's record breaking budgetin
Mrs. Gertrude Stockinger of
the House of 1 r n4'7 wt I
Representatives represents a Grand Rapids, Mich.. and Braden- All Porcelain 1. : ... FOB** shed
good start, but we can only hope that the economy ton Beach. y4' lor paldBlrla e45deary
wave 'on iCapitol Hill will receive renewed im- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rossiter ?

petus when Virginia's Senator Harry F. Byrd and daughter of Jacksonville were AUTOMATIC M::>.i.%':, .. Mew wtellCdlc tlserlltstafs

presents a budget of his own, some 6.5. billions weekend guests of her parents, '. WASHER <<+. :? aolataiB tracer temetatvt

under the breath-taking one that issued from the L. Durdens. t :f k: ei lepre. Y" wall
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair
the White House. } = Automatic Fill I( .
had as weekend guests his brother fir
With tax receipts estimated at 73.6 billions, and sister-in-law, Mr. and Smooth Operation ram: .. Rust abet iH,1at1ol

a budget of only 67 billions leaves some margin Mrs. Duncan Sinclair and son Motor Long-life Electric ai&: \ sates Lest /Itss

... for debt reduction AND tax relief. And, if Sena- of Moultrie, Ga. Spin Tub taU
tor Byrd, who is the soundest money-man in Roy Turner returned home this tN y.a: Convenient Top N'"ar GtIvaIztIIsfeei
week after spending the past Loading w nst wl cormt
Congress, has his way. tax cutting will start PC
eight days with his sisters, Mrs. / All Porcelain a 'sI
with small business. Which, if anybody should Marvin Rutledge, of Brooksville, -I 1 Yr. Free Service r

ask us, is exactly where it will do the most; and Mrs. Joe Dowling of High

good. Springs.Mr. Reg. 239.95 t WB-33 ..
and Mrs. A. W AndersonJr. "r' LH-lt

and children left Monday for '
ONCE AGAIN the Bradford High School|" their home in Ventura, Calif., : Red Tag Sale Price /

Band brought home the bacon in the form of and Mra W. H. Edwards Jr. and --- $166 00 Priced

superior ratings at the district meet in Jack- son left Thursday for Texas to 1 lither Models \ "ih Trade
sonville. We join her husband, Lt. Edwards. Red Tag Sale Price AccordingTrade 1y
understand that an effort will be i These families have been house- With -

made to get our band to the State :Meet for the! guests of the J. G. Caldwells.J ,, ,

first time this year, and we hope that this J _

movement is successful. It seems to be sellingour
band short YOU'LL LOVE the new Ister-!
to let it bring home district

honors and then not allow it to compete on thestate brook pastel shades.prose-size Only fountain$3.09 at pens Brad-in 'ff lt Z't '/ !'f

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YYY YYYYTT YYYYYY. .. Anabelle Harris and children assisted by Mrs. H. R. I
Kilgore rTTTYYTYYYYVTWTWY the prosperity that other sectionsof years ago. Thanks again, Gene, for your
vin'ted with Mrs. Lacy Brown in and Mrx C,. B. Nolan in serving
Florida are. The people of Starke and Brad- wonderful editorial and I want..to
Starke last Tuesday. the pretty birthday cake and
Visiting the Lonnie Harris drinks to about 25 guests. NORTH SIDEBy While It is true that agricul- ford County have attracted new ten you again now much I

By Mrs. C. B. Nolan family on Saturday were Mr. and Long Branch Revival ture, which has been one of the industries and the opening of a appreciate it. With kind personal
Beginning April 7th, a revival basic industries in our area, has bank there regards, I,am,
new would
.&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&1 Mrs. J. B. Timmons and son of Mrs. Carl BronnAAAAAAAAAAAtAA certainly .
will be held at the suffered, as has agriculture in all Sincerely,
meeting Long
'Wesconnett, Mr. and Mrs. David Indicate that State and Federal
Leslie Sweat and daughter Smith and children of Oceanway. Branch Baptist church with the AAAA && Washington, D. C. parts,of America, we have moved Billy Matthews
Helen ill several last forward in other thatI are pleased with the Member of Congress8th
were days' Visiting on Sunday were Mr., and Rev. W. M. Mills, officiating.The March 18, 1951 many areas
week and missed work and Mrs. Lacy 'Brown and grandson meetings will be held each Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Dear Gene: do not believe even many of our progress of ;your. fine city. District, Florida
visited Mr. and 11rs.-J. C. Prevatt
school. fine people in the 8th District -
night beginning at 7:30. We hope
of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. W.
in Ocala last Friday. always, enjoy rtading your .
Mrs. Simeon of Palat- .
Phillips L. Smith. that lots of you will come to
good but I particularly enjoyed -
ka spent last weekend with Miss Mr. and Mrs E. I). Higgin- these meetings and bring your :Mrs. Mildred Sapp was a guestof paper Issue of March 15 and For example, the Miami Herald
Debbie Phillips. I Wends and neighbors with the John Bennetts at the State\
botham and sons were guests of you. the editorial addressed to the mentioned rutnam County as one
Miss Carolyn Chilson of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Higginbotham'sparents Sewing Session Farm last Sunday.Mr. of the depressed counties in
I editor of the Miami Herald.I our
spent last weekend with Mr. and I The ladies of the Maxville and Mrs.. Vernon Johns cf
Mr. and Mrs. H.A.. section
resented, as did .you, the in- whereas, this county has $ 8e&;
Mrs. D. J. Parrish and family. Home Demonstration Club will Jacksonvillevisited their ;
Sweat, in Macclenny Sunday. ferences that we in our section of an industrial payroll of $10 says-
Buck Wellhausen spent last hold another sewing meeting Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns, last
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Nelson of the state are in a great: million per.year; I was invitedto
weekend in Starke as the guestof Fernandina Beach were guests at next Tuesday, April 2, at the Wednesday.The depression and are not enjoying' participate several weeks ago \
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson. the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Drew i Maxville Civic Club. We will Black Creek Association in the dedication,of a new.tissue I scream,you scream,
Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson and .Wilkinson on Monday. meet in the morning from 8:30 I Sunday School meeting will beheld Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and plant opened by the Hudson Pulp I all for Super Sue!
Mrs. Ed Harris and children of Lonnie Harris and J. W. Den- until 12 o'clock. Any ladies in- I Thursday March 28, at Mrs. A. W. Brown at the State & Paper Co. In Palatka. Incident-! we
Jacksonville were guests of :Mr. mark were visitors in Baldwin terested in sewing, please buy Orange Street Baptist Church in Farm. ally, we have over $100 million: It's delicious,nutritious
and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family Sunday afternoon. your patterns and materials and I Baldwin All teachers and officersare Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of invested in pulp and paper plants I -gCOd food for everybody.Eat .
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last Friday. Jesse Daniels returned home meet with us. We will help you ,urged to attend._ Let's bring Jacksonville were guests last Fri- alone in our 8th District.
Bob Nolan of Seville visited Saturday from a month's tour of to fit your pattern and cut out the banner home. day of the G. L. Sapps.Mr. Bradford lots of our ice cream .
County, to me, is
Hattie a
with his mother, Mrs. duty with the U. S. Navy in your dress. Miss Gwen Tanner and Miss and Mrs. P. B. Johns viSited day.YouTl love it."
Nolan, and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. wonderful example of an area
Harris Baby .
Cuba. Judy Bennett of Lawtey were their son, Azure Johns, and
Parrish Monday enroute to Jack- I Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Mr. and Mrs. Leo Harris an- weekend guests of the G. L. i family in Jacksonville last Friday, that constantly is moving towarda
sonville.Mr. and children and J. W. Denmarkof nounce the arrival of a_ son at Sapps. and returned home Saturday. greater era of opportunity. I
Mrs. C. B. Nolan and might mention. the motor court
and Duval Medical Center on
with Mrs.
Jacksonville Their grandson, is in bed
The Oscar Carters and Mrs. Tommy It's good...
visitors in Jacksonville industry in the Starke area, whichis
sons were Julia Griffis Sunday afternoon.Mrs. March 7. The young man with meales.Mr .
Effie Johns of Starke visited the
last Sunday. Frances Smith and her teen named Alvin. ad Mrs. Sam Bomasuto and known all over the United It's SUPERIOR
and Mrs. Carrie :
L. C. Smiths States.
Ernest Wellhau You would be surprised at
Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Cannon
two children spent Saturday with Mrs. children and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur SIN'ie1ce
last ,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Smith in Dade City Sunday. the number of Congressmen who
sen Mrs. Anabelle Harris and family.We Funeral serices for Mrs. Minnie
the Racine of Jacksonville visited their
in Thompson spent tell that
and family me they at
Leslie Chilson stopped one
regret that Mrs. N. H. Cannon, 75, of Jacksonville were ICE CREAMAll
afternoon. weekend with friends and relatives parents,Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mc of the beautiful motor courts in
Starke Friday Hires has been seriously ill and held Wednesday, March 27, at Daniel last
Kilgore and Lana Nolan in Jacksonville. Sunday. the Starke area. .Here is an in-
are on the sick list with chicken wish her a speedy recovery. Long Branch Baptist Church, Ronnie Norman and Jackie Choir practice has been changed dustry that gives employment to Popular Flavors / Cones, Cups, Pints, Family-Gallons
Little Miss Janet Copeland, with the Rev. Tison, officiating. from
Friday to
Gaskins'are in bed with measles. Tuesday night at many people, and one which we -
of Mrs Gladys Copeland -. Mrs. Cannon, who wan'born and
pox.Mrs.. E. D. Higginbotham Ts daughter Others on the sick list are Johnny 7:3p. did not have just a'few short
is ill with chicken pox. reared in Maxville, died in Jacksonville -I ,
improving some from a recent l Double Birthday Party Monday night, following Cowart, Mrs. Lola- McDaniel, and ---
illness. illness, Among her survivors Elizine Thornton.
2. long
of Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Mrs.
Jacksonville Miss Gloria spent Higginbotham Tuesday with N. L. Cannon entertained last are Kyle Cannon, a bro- Mrs. Jessie Scott is visiting her' "Super-Right" Hard Corn Fed Western Half Whole
Mrs. Leslie Sweat Thursday, March 21st with a ther-in-law, and Drew Wilkinson, mother, Mrs. Cora Bell Jones, at or
her mother joint birthday party for their a nephew, both residents of Max- Fernandina Beach for a few days,
and family.
Mra. H. R. Kilgore and Mrs.J. children, Alene Sweat, who was ville.Navy. while Mrs. Jones is ill.
W. Thomas were !business I celebrating her 10th birthday, Planes Collide Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown were

visitors in Jacksonville last and Mike Cannon who was cele- Two Cecil Field Navy pilots 1 time.
I for some
Thursday.Mr. brating his 12th birthday. About escaped serious injury Monday hospital and PORKLOI
and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and 35 guests enjoyed this occasion afternoon when their two planes Mrs. Doss Higginbotham
family spent several days in with the hostesses and honorees.At collided while in flight formation. Mrs. Dan Parrish visited Bradford Rudy
Jacksonville last week with Mrs the close of the party the two Lt. (j.g.) James A. Brown para- Higginbotham at the after-
Daisy Wilkinson. We are gladto prettily decorated birthday cakes chuted to safety, while Lt. Jack!: County Hospital Monday w -
know that their little son. were cut and served with punch. D. Blackwood was able to main-
Rex, is getting along nicely after Party At Nolan Home tain control of his plane and landit H. R. Kilgore and Mrs.C. I
breaking his leg. I. Mrs. J. C. Nolan entertained safety. The other plane burned. B. Nolan attended the meet-
Mike Cannon cut his foot' Tuesday afternoon, March 26, Brown received only minor ing of the Duval County Councilof
pretty badly last week and had with a double birthday party bruises and scratches in his fall. PTA's 'Tuesday morning at. 10 to 12 lb. Average. j C ,
to miss several days of school. honoring her daughter, Lana, Misa Debbie Phillips visited the Y. W. C. A. in Jacksonville.Mrs.
Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons and who was 11, and son Joey, who with Simeon Phillips at the Brad- Evelyn L. Stack, principalof Cut'' from
Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children was 6 years old on the 19th. ford County Hospital saturday. the Maxville School, was a plump,
were visitors in Starke last Tuesday The children enjoyed games and I We are glad to hear that Simeonis guest speaker along with three a LB
evening.Mrs. Bobby Nolan .won a prize. Later' improving right along now. other Duval County School prin- .< young, grain-fed porkers -
Julia' Griffis and Mrs. in the afternoon Mrs. Nolan was I He will still be confined to the: cipala. .-
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\ Dinner To Honor, County Agent Speaks Reckless- Driver Hospital Birthday Party Oh, Men! Oh, Women!

New Members Set To,Garden Clubbers To
Play At
Given 10 Days
By Junior Women ,
George Huggins, County Agent,
gave an enlightening talk on License amusing spoof on psycho-
New members of the Junior analysis in the form of ""Oh Men!
"Community Development and .
Woman's Club will be honored at Oh, Women!" comes to the Flori-
at the tStarke
spring Gardening"
a dinner at the Officer's Club at I Garden Club meeting Monday eve- A Hampton youth who had da Theatre Sunday, Monday and
Camp Blanding on Monday night, I. Tuesday.The .
Gladys Mooty ning at the Parish House, on compiled one previous convictionand
1 at 7:30
April Guest
Phone 35 p.m. Church street. a string of warnings for comedy features the lighthearted
will be
speaker Mrs. Colin Bar-
i traffic violations, Saturday was talents of five s ars-Dan
of Gainesville. -Mrl: Huggins spoke of the challenge -
14 III' I' row Mrs. Barrowis
----- ntenced to 10 in and
days jail k Dailey, Ginger Rogers, David
from England and is the wife that Is gained in the grow- s .
his driver's license suspended fora Niven, Barbara Rush and
Mrs. James GassettIs Two 16-Year-Olds of a graduate student at the Uni- ing of flowers, trees shrubs, and Tony
year pleading i guilty to Randall.In .
Celebrate With versity of Florida. gardening in general, and the satisfaction 'e
With charges of reckless driving.The *
Members of the Executive'Boardof of being a part of the a setting of luxury, Miss

Bridal Linen ShowerA Birthday Dance the Club are'asked to meet at street and roadside beautification charges against the youth. +d,' i' Rogers plays the smart wife ofDan
the club at 7 p.m. with the new program, which is one of the club's William Charles Johnson, stem- 4 .r'. Dailey, ,a movie star, and

lovely bridal linen shower Sammy Gill and Shi Smith, Jr. members for a rfiort Orientation I chief projects. He also spoke on med from a wreck on the road j.wt Niven is psychoanalyst, who

evening Mar. celebrated their 16th birthday an- period. i fertilizers and insecticides to be between Hampton and Theressain can straighten out the lives of

was given Friday Gassett at her niversaries Friday evening witha Reservations must be made by used on plants. The talk was which Johnson's pickup truck his patients but runs into dif

8. by Mrs. Davis Heights honor- dance at the Enlisted Men's Friday March 29. For reservationscall ended by a question and answer was smashed. No one else was involved ficulty when he tries to adjusthis
in Saratoga
Mra James Gassett, the club at Camp Blanding. The Patsy Silcox at 73-J, Jean period with all members partici- in the crash. own romance.

ing former Joanne Patray, a recent party was given by their mothers Thomas at 284-W or Betty War- pating.> County Judge T. A. Yawn after -I Barbara Rush, as a modern

bride. Mrs. Tommy Gill and Mrs. Shi ren at 389. Mrs. H. A. Lawson, president passing sentence, commented. young beauty affianced to Niven.

Mixed spring flowers were usedto I Smith. presided over the meeting and announced I' that the Jail term wasn't very Bradford (County Hospital observed its first anniversary Tuesdaywith 'a his chief problem, especially

'throughout\ the The V-shaped refreshment table 4 Birthdays Feted that ,:Mrs. F. B. Beard long. "But I hope it will give you a birthday patty for the first baby born In the hospital, the when she is pursued by Tony

advantage the occasion was covered with white linen Mrs J. A. Griffin and Mrs. Paul time to think and wake up" the day it opened March 26, 1956. The handsome birthday cake was Randall, who makes his screen
Gassett home were cloths and held a beautiful ar- By Hutto FamilyThe Raymond have been appointed on judge said. presented for the occasion by Dr. and Mrs Joe. E. Franklin of debut in this picture.
Several appropriate games
rangement of mixed spring flow- the committee. Mrs. "In the four years I have beenin The men fight over the women
nominating lillside
awardedto N. J., who have been patients in the hospital I
played and prizes were birthday cake iced in white, home of Mrs. L. S. Hutto following an
ers J. D. Doyle Civic Chairman, announced office I have never seen any- and the women fight over their
Mrs. L. N. Pickering Mra and yellow and also a I was the scene of a family birthday automobile accident on U. S. SOL Pictured with the cake are (left) ,
green that the plants and body drive with such "utter dis- men in this mix-up which chases
Don Patray and :Mrs. Adolph large sheet cake. Miniature um- celebration on Sunday when Mrs\ Lonzo Starling Jr. of HeUbronn Springs, mother of the No. 1
shrubs planted by the club within regard for other people, the itself right up the plush gang
brella favors for the guests were the anniversaries of i four mem- been fertilized bound baby, Deborah Ann. At right Is Mrs. S. E. Simmons, president of the
Gay.The the city limits have judge said. "You're ana plank of a French liner into the
was a combination 1 at intervals the bers of the family were observed
party I placed along ty members of the club in the determined not to stop until you Hospital Auxiliary, who presented Deborah Ann with a sliver cup honeymoon suite reserved for .

shower and going-away party as. length of the table. niversaries Celebrating were their O.birthday P. Hutto an- past week. She also announced I' kill 'somebody else or kill your- on this occasion. 259 babies were born at the hospital during Its firs Niven and Miss Rush.

Mr. and Mrs. Gassett left Wednesday -. Pouring punch from the two that the week of Apr. 8-13 has self." year of operation.
Mar. 20, Shreveport, whose birthday fell on Mar. 25, f '
punch bowls were Mrs. Dave been designated aa "Cleanup"the U.S. 301
Mrs. 1. S. Hutto 75 The judge pointed out that
was years --- -- --
La. where he is stationed. Chandler of Camp Blanding and. week and all members of the club full cooperation in pushing the rSchedules 1
suspended Mrs.
I old on Mar. 27, Mrs. Shellie Hall Johnson's license' was DinkinsNamed
About 20 guests enjoyed this Mrs. Bill Bryant of St. Augus- : should do their part in the city- after the youth led vaccination program, it was re- MeetingE.
\has 5 and
affair.WCTU a birthday on April previously
delightful tine. Also assisting in serving : wide clean-up schedule for the ported.
Mrs. Charlie Parker April 9. officers on "merry chase on the
on a Chairman J. McMeekin of Hawthorne,
and for the guests were
caring Centennial celebration. at) The next meeting of the chapterwill
Helping Mrs. Hutto and her roads of Bradford County
temporary chairman of the Flori-
Blanche :Mrs.
Meeting Mrs. Chapman, family celebrate die occasion Hostesses for the evening were reaching 100 m. p. h. be held at the home of Mrs.
i Frank Hollingsworth, Mr and speeds Of Polio da Division of the U. S. Highway
The Laura Scott Union, WCTU, Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mr. and Mrs.L. from out-of-town were, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, Miss Clara Johnson also,smashed the car he GroupMrs. Dmkins on Monday, April 8. 301 Association, announces thatan
Mrs. T. F. Hutto and of Leaman Mrs. E. H. Prescott Mrs. occasion, the
family ,
was driving important meeting of this or-
will meet Friday, March 29, at C. :McVay and Mr. and Mrs
3 p.m. in the Tabernacle annex. C. W. Colson. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gladys Harrington, Mrs. J. R. Mc- judge said.Johnson. Charles Dinkins was elected Contract AwardedThe ganization will be held in the new

Parker of Cocoa, and Mr. and Donald, and Mrs. M. L. Lawson: admitted that since i chairman of the Bradford Silver Springs restaurant on
As this is Youth TemperanceWeek The approximately 200 teen-
Mrs. 0. P. Hutto of HeUbronn of the National contract for construction
County Chapter
(as proclaimed by Gov. agers and older guests were attired his license was returned on Dec. Wednesday, April 3, at noon.
I Springs. twice by Polio Foundation as members met work in'an alteration project Purpose of the meeting will be
Collins) a good attendance is in the Centennial theme. Methodist WSCSThree 17, he has ,been stopped f I
urged. All visitors interested in Prizes were awarded to Mary Deputy Sheriff Robert Cox and< Monday night at the home of Mrs.P. at the Bradford County Hospital to make plans for the continued

the temperance cause are cordially Katherine Wainwright and Hank Jenkins-Hicks circles of this Methodist once by Deputy Sheriff Fa.e D: Fancher Jr. has been awarded to the Ben F. promotion and improvement of U
Other officers elected were J. S 301, Mr. McMeekin said. Dele-
welcomed. WSCS will meet the first of the Brown.
Graham for being the most appropriately Hall Construction Company of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Jenkins gates will also be appointed to
costumed. week as follows. : W. Andrews III, vice-chairman;
Starke. attend the National 301 Convention
announce the marriage of Circle**!, Tuesday morning at PTA Is ThankedFor Mrs. James Groover, secretary; -
Dancing was enjoyed duringthe
The Hall Company bid on the in Bamberg; S. C. in May.
and Robert
party hours, 7:30 to 11 their daughter Jackie, to Earl S 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. School ForumMerritt McRae, treasurer. work was $9,659. The project will Mr. McMeekin urges all persons

o'clock. Hick, son of Mrs. V. S. Hicks and Clyde Sinclair on E. Call SL, Mrs W. H. Nollman was appointed consist of enclosing two porchesto in business along 301 in this area

the late Mr. Hicks. The marriagetook with Mrs. W. S. Slade as co- H. Williams, chairmanof chairman of the Iron provide space for four addi- attend the important meeting at
Lung Division, with S. L. Peek Jr.
Bridal Shower Given place on March 8 in Way- hostess. the Bradford County Councilfor as co-chairman. Selected to. tional beds. Silver Springs

Ga.Executive. Circle 2, Monday afternoon at Better Schools, this week expressed -..
cross, the Executive
For Elizabeth JacksonMiss serve on Committeewere -
his appreciation to the
3 o'clock with :Mrs. Annie Hol- Dave Shuford, Ralph Nettles,'

lingsworth at her home on W. Starke Elementary PTA for Harold Don HillMrs..
Elizabeth .Jackson whose BoardThe Douglas, P.
marriage to Jim Stalnaker will Madison St. sponsoring the open forum meet- D. Fancher Jr., Mrs. L. W; Pace, RAUM'STV
at which the
be an event of Sunday afternoonat executive board of the Circle 3, at the home of Mrs. ing on March 12 Mrs. W. H. Nollman, S. L. Peek

4 o'clock at the Pine Level Starke Woman's Club will _meet T. J. Griffin on Cherry St. Mon- findings of the Council were pre- Jr., J. E. Groover, Mrs. Robert & RADIO SERVICE

Baptist Church, was the inspiration Thursday afternoon, Apr. 4, at day afternoon at 3 o'clock with sented to the public. McRae, Charles Dinkins, Mrs Ar-

for a delightful bridal 3.30 o'clock at the club house. Mrs. Griffin Mrs. Carrie Ritch "Mrs. A. N. Holliday, president lene McKnight, Maxie Carter Jr., 228 S. ,Walnut St. Starke, Florida

shower given last Friday eveningat and Miss Annie Darby as hostesses of the Elementary PTA and her L. M. Gaines and Mr. 'and Mrs.

the home of Mrs. Doyle ,Con UDC MeetingThe committee spent much time and Harry Rabb. .
Hostesses for the affair effort in setting up this meetingand Plans were discussed for
ner. Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS push
making sure that the key 509
were Miss Patricia Alvarez, Mrs. W. T. Weeks chapter U will meet at the recreation build- people concerned with the school ing the campaign urging greater

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Lucian Conner, Mra. Tony Gon-! D.. C., will meet Wednesday after- ing Tuesday, April 2, at 8 p.m. Mr. participation, in the Salk vaccine'
zalez, Mrs: Doyle Conner, Mrs noon, Apr. 3, at 3.30 o'clock a t: Hostesses will be Mrs.' Drew Reddish situation would be present, injection program as it was pointed -'I

When I think of all the ac- Clyde Hughey, and Mrs. W. E. the home of :Mrs. L. G. Powell. and Mrs. B. L. MoxJey Jr. Williams said. "We appreciatetheir out that the vaccine is now I LATEST SCIENTIFIC TEST,EQUIPMENT
in this
cidents: falling on stairs Henderson. initiative doing available to all age groups. Mra INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT
feel that they have performed a
tools that Graceful arrangements of pink Nollman reported
over toys or can worthwhile service to the com- satisfactory
happen to visitors, and all the and green pompoms _and white munity." progress for the shots being given Sensible Prices -

accidents that I child gladioli< were placed at pointsof the age group under 20. These
or my
I interest throughout the hometo shots are available at the Brad- Results Not ExcusesJUST
could with
ren cause sports decorate for the occasion. The ford County Health Departmentand }

equipment, bicycles, etc. away refreshment table was overlaid I rrs Dr: A. Y/ Covington is giving

from home I wonder why with a white linen cloth and
anyone risks not having Per- centered with a handsome floral :::::! : I .- -- "- .
Well the Brothers will brush Brothers -- --- -
-- -- -
got hold of the -- -
sonanl Liability Insurance. arrangement of pnik and green dye : Ii iiiil-i : h ::
pompoms in a sliver bowl. Lighted and the Sisters will swish again I pot, and he doesn't like the com- I.! : :1

Does a policy cost only $10 pink tapers in silver candela- this, Saturday afternoon at 4 petition ... Ira Harris rose in his .... ..,......:..:... ...1..1 .

per year? bra 'balanced, the,setting.The o'clock and everyone is invitedto own defense and declared: "I ARRIVED

25 guests were attired in! come out and watch the fun haven't touched my beard".. The Bradford ,County ,Hospital .

Charley E. Johns Centennial costumes and during I ... If you have your Centennial (but he didn't say who had) .. annbunces the following births:

the evening they formed Ji sewing costumes ready, then get in the Jim Chasteen (another one who Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson Our Stock Of

party in which they made two crowd and promenade If seems to be
dying for the Cen- Baldree of Starke, a son, Charles
table cloths with you're not in costume, then by all _
nap- tennial) was his
feet in
& Son Agency kina for the 'bride-to-be. means stand on the sidelines and flash and testified that: "I'm a Anderson Baldree, Jr., Mar. 21. SUMMER FURNITURE
Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Ward of
The hostesses presented the watch the fun .. Costume or patronizing the same beauticianas
honoree a serving bowl to her not, everyone is urged and wel- Guy Andrews and Graham, a daughter, Edith Diane, -

Phone 13 Starke, Fla. chosen china pattern as a memento come to come out Saturday and cher" ... Brother Rabb Harry lost,Hat-his Mar. 22. Make Your Selection While We Have A Complete Stock

of the occcasion. join in the festivities .. Of point, but still claims to have Mr. and MM. Randal F. Chitty \

course, if you have your costume the blackest "natural" beard in of Starke, a son, Randal Franklin

-wear it, and you'll have much town... Chitty, II, Mar. 22.

f.i. :'*. Work, Worry Getting away more if fun you.haven't. But got don't it ready stay Barbara Bachman, Elissa stef- Griffis Mr. and of Penney Mrs. Roy Farms Douglas, a 3 Piece Solid Oak Porch Set limited Quantity

You Down? ... anelli, Nancy Bates, Mike Gold-
; yet. Just be there! daughter, Tina Renee, Mar. 24.
week's beard story wire, and Tom Long attended the and :Mrs.
Many folks over 40 feel tired, rundown This prize Judge Theron Alex-
and depressed most of the time not concerns Johnny Hagan and a State Student Council conventionin ander Yawn Jr. of Starke, a SETTEE and 2 ROCKING CHAIRS

seriously ill but disheartened and discour narrow escape he had while work- Orlando last weekend .. Note daughter, Laura Dianne, Mar. 24.

aged. Thousands of men and women with ing with a survey crew up in the that Hazel Green is back at her Mr. and Mrs. Francis David

their youth behind them are finding the hills of Tennessee Seems that old stand in the Health Depart- Chiappini of Melrose, a son, Mark Reg. $19.95
strain of modern life and work exhausting
(unknown to him) the area where ment, relieving Joan Chitty who Phelps, Mar. 26.
their and at
; energy strength vitality
low ebb. John was working had been.on I is on maternity leave of absence ,.

Chiropractic scientists after many years of research, hav the lookout for a couple of escaped ... SP-3 Stanley Clark arrived Wesleyan GuildThe NOWONLY 95

found that fatigue, and susceptibility to disease are caused by maniacs who were, believed home last Tuesday after 16 14

pinched nerves or distortions in the spine. Chiropractic adjustments to have killed a couple of victims, months of service in Korea .. Wesleyan Service Guild,

remote the cause! of low vitality almost from the very cremated their bodies, and buried He reports to Fort Hood Waco Unit 2, will meet in the Methodist
; first. Fatigue is a forerunner of migraln headache, constipation them up in the hills ... n lunatics Texas on April 27 ,. Bill Adams Church Educational building Tuesday ,

heart trouble, cancer I and many otuer ailments. Men and (as fate would have 'it) celebrated his 6th birthday on evening Apr. 2. at 6 o'clock

women,,who ft't'lPak, shaky, nervous and exhausted should were reported to be heavily bearded March 20 with a small pirty fora for a covered dish supper and .

consult a Chiropractor at once and see for themselves just how Soooo when a jittery few friends .. Nancy 'Struth, study course. Hostesses will !be .
effective this modern health science is.
really housewife looked up fromher who was 5 on March 21, had invitations Mrs.
Titus Olson and :Mrs. Wayne
H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTOR work one day and saw Johnny out for a party, but Haines. BONDERIZED STEEL PORCH FURNITURE
ploughing through the woods be- had to be called off when she

3 BLOCKS NORTH OF POST OFFICE IN STARKE hind a fierce, black beard she came down with mumps ... Eve- ,Extra Large3Passenger .. Rocking Chair

scurried to the telephone and lyn Sinclair celebrated her 6th Presbyterian Church Straight Chairs

called the sheriff ... Next thing anniversary. with a nart.. *?. 1... Glider To
--'- Match
r-.1 .u. A|
FridaY-Adult choir practice,
Johnny knew he was in the mid- friends Tuesday afternoon ...
dle of armed with all Hear' that Henry Manassa 8p.m. $
i an posse ex- 12-95
GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS. the guns pointing his way!... Callstreeter and well-known Jack- Sunday'Church school, 9:45 $34-9.5 $12.95

Well he finally convinced 'em he sonville bowler, was seriously in- a. m.; Morning Worship service,

was a Starke Centennial "Brother jured in an automobile accident "Throwing Out The Trash; ," 11

of the Brush" (had his badge near Albany Ga. the other day a. m.; youth fellowship, 6 p. m.; I EVER WEARING .

with him, fortunately) but not ... Two of his companions evening worship service "The

before he had some very bad Jax bowlers- were" killed in the Talents-. ," 7:30 p. m. Aluminum & Plastic Porch Lawn FurnitureAll

Win An All-Expenses Paid moments ... P. B.-Wonder if crash ... Girls, just, listen to Tuesday-Board of Deacons, or

.. John still has his beard? this: when Hazel Eberle prome- 7:30 p. m.Wednesday.
of Aluminum
our, has large 1 inch Tubular frames with
nades in her 1857 Prayer meeting,
Surely hated to farewell to costume, pay
say particular attention because her 7:30 p. m. Circle 3 meets at the genuine Saran Plastic Webbing. Leave them out in the
Pat Lambe who checked out for
Vacation in Havana, Cuba Jacksonville this week after be- fond hubby, Russ, made the en- home- of Mrs.- Claude Crowson at ,ather., Don't worry! .

ing part"of the Call Street scene tire outfit all by himself ... 8p.m.

t for ?2 years ... She's employedat wonder if we have any other am- Thursday Junior choir practice Large Heavy Duty Stack Chairs %- $ 6.95

For two! a Five Points shoe stgre and bitious "seamsters" (male for I 7:30. p. m.Methodist. Folding Chairs . . 9.95
is staying with her brotherinlaw seamstress) in.our" midst?... f

and sister, Berry and- Verna Hear that_ Catherine Brownlee, Church Folding, Contour. Standard

Johns ... Leonard and Maybelle daughter Milton and Mamie Chaise Lounges '. 14.95-to 27.95
Prize Will Be Awarded To Whitehead and children moved was signally honored by being selected Sunday-Church School 9:45

The Girl Chosen As Thursday Into their new home on as Cine of the two sopo- 'a.m. Morning Worship 11. ajn. Glider Chairs . . . 17.95
I East Call St. ... Glad to hear mores at Sweet Briar CollegeVa. The fourth in a series of sermons .

that Lucile Mundcrff is Improy- ( .) to spend their junior year centered around the cross. Sub-. Large Gliders . .. _. 27.95w

Starke Centennial QueenAlso Ing after a heart attack 'at he.r' studying at the University of I ject: "Pilate, the Opportunist1Recreation _

home Monday morning, ... She's St. Andrews in Scotland ... time for MYF, 5:45 You have a CHOICE of many Jovely, Colors'on aB

In Bradford Hospital ... Leon Catherine won the Chemical Rub- p.m. Dine-A-ifite for MYP 6.15; above pieces if you buy now!
The Six Girls
Chosen As Her Princesses Will
and Sarah Gray and children are ber Company's award in mathematics Business meeting and worship for

Receive Valuable PrizesIf moving this week into their newly last year at Sweet Briar, MYF, 6:45-; Evening Worship,
7:30. The minister will show USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
purchased home on Raiford and plans to study chemistry and .
... slides of his recent trip .40 Cuba.
Road Greek in. Scotland ... She was
you are single and between the ages of Hear that Harry'abb' dropped also valedictorian of her gradu- and the work of the Methodist!I ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"
Church in the Pinar del Rio
a bombshell Wednesday when ating class in 1955 at Gainesville

16 and 21, fill in Queen's nominating he moved that the Rotary divisionof high and has won many other area.A. I Denmark Furniture Co.

Brothers of the Brush disown scholastic and social honors ... portion of the Morning Worship ; of Starke

coupon in this issue! members who use artificial-dyes Dont forget the Red Cross bene- this Sunday will be broad-: .

to touch up their whiskers ... fit dance at the USO Saturday cast over Station WRGR. The I 434 W. CALL ST. PHONE

Seems that Harry had the black- night ... See you broadcast win begin at 11:30 this i 151

.est beard In town until some of therecarolyn: and every Sunday morning. I

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"w ,, F 6 .. .. .. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Mrs. Frank Hemingway under-
Receives I NOTICE TO APPEAR Alfred C. Scott, .
Library Book On Cancer 301 Smith Buildin
.. Mrs. D. M. Heath visited Mr. went surgery Thursday morningat Ia Clremlt ..rt. Bradford Cut7 ?, Jacksonville 2, Florida.
and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and familyin St. Luke's hospital in Jacksonville Alice FUrldat Joann! chaarery.. and tile the original in me office of
Cook Plaintiff, vs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. John S. Cook, Defendant. or before the 29 day of April. 1857,
iPtmaei. Heath returned to her home in ftaile tide Case No. 10-2108 otherwise the allegations of ealu
1. Mrs. W. G. returned 1a' To Appear.To Complaint will be taken aa confess
Fort Lauderdale on Wednesdayafter home Tuesday night after spend- : John S. Cook. Whose residence ed by you.
the and address Is:' 107
spending past two Castle Drive This notice shall be puollshed
week in West Palm Beach Atwater. California.
weeks with her parents, the J. S. ing a Tu .once each week for four consecn.
b'IN THE HEWS Sapps. with her sister, Mrs. J. S. Adair wl suit for are divorce fc r bjr; notmea that II Telegraph.live weeks ln the Bradford County

Mr. and Mrs. ,Billy Page and and ten days in Miami with her k J has been filed agalnit yon in the Dated this :27! day of March. 1957
two sons, Woodfin Jr. and Jack above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
PI- - daughter of High Springs, Mr. IOU are required to
serve a copy ot I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Struth of Jack- Haile and their families. roar Answerer pleading to the complaInt By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerv
and Mrs. W. G.
Mrs C..H. Quick "visiting her ,Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson on the Plaintiff Attorney 3/29 4t 4/U
Johnson of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bloomburghave
son,.Harry Quick, in Washington, and family spent Sunday in Tam- sonville, Mrs. Esther
Plant City and Mrs. W. W. Pageof rented the house at 519 N. i I
D. C. for a month., pa at a family reunion where .
Lake City have been visitorscf S t Clair St.
of Dirs.Lawson's .
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Ratliff the birthday anniversary

and family visited, Dr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Oren Mrs. W..H. Struth and Miss I Mrs. J. W. Lee of Atlantais sq

Harold Preston in Live Oak on Welch, was celebrated.Mr. Kate Struth during the past spending several weeks m with. t) Family Portraits in Modem Style I

Wednesday. and Mrs. Merritt Williams week. Ira H. L. Brownlee.

were in Eustis last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclairand lit; and Mrs.'Jim Chasteen and
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand -"'!'<:. "'t """ -'
visiting Mrs. M. H. Williams. daughter, Evelyn, were in family, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and + \ to ., .,. \, ..;: '

Bessie son, John Arthur, and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Guy of Ganesville is Homosassa over the weekend Mrs. J. W. Lee had a birthday I ':!$, '-A, ;'...-. .. Q "'','' I
of Raiford -
Sapp spent '
spending this week with her visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. K. dinner Sunday at tlje home of \ a .::Ji.,-" .
-Tf ,'
Sunday at New Smyrna visitingMr. ;
mother, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. Hurst. I II Mr. and'Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Sr.
and Mrs. Jack Sapp and Mr. I
and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp. They also Adkins is moving this week from Lucian Thomas of Fort Myers on H).ll Lake celebrating the ,

attended the Palmetto polo her home at 436 N. Walnut St. was the weekend guest of Mr. birthday anniversary of.Jim, ;

to her house at 508 N. Walnut.Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Chasteen, Jr.
game. Miss Dorothy Alvarez, chairman of the Bradford Cancer '
and Mrs. Norman Wynn Mrs. R. E. Roundtree_ of Or- Mr. 'and Mrs. V. 0. Bridges JCouaty
I Mrs. Mary Lappe and children have taken an apartment in the ange Heights and Mrs. Curt are visiting relatives in Seffner Society presents a copy of "The Truth About Cancer" to the" Bradford -;

and Mrs. Charles Powell left McKinney house corner of Wash Poole of Atlanta were guestsof I this week. County Library. Left to right are Mrs. C. L. Scholl presidentof

Thursday for a two months visit I ington and Water Sts. Mrs. Emma Pinner on Monday Mr. and Mrs. ,L. R.. Roberta Of the Woman's Club; Bliss Alvarez; Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, chairman -

in Salinas Calif. with .Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy of visitorsof of the Committee of the Woman's Club Mrs. B.
Mrs. J. O. the former Lake Butler were Sunday I Library and C.
Ostgard, .
at Cedar Key eq
spent Tuesday Gainesville last : .
'Betty Powell. They will also visitrelattves I were Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. Btovvn, librarian.
fa. where they, were negotiating to and Saturday guests oi Mr. and Mrs. W. A. *Atvarea and lira. .
Rosebutg, Otegv'tt1.1d:
their to Mr. and
in Denver Colo sell cottage Mrs. Guy Sale at Kings ty Lake. R J. Matzatt and daughter, "The Truth About Cancer" a Charles S. Cameron, medical and

Mrs Morris Anthony of Pittsburgh Mr. and Mrs. John Torode are Monteene, were Sunday visitors new ''book on cancer written especially -I scientific director of the American

Mrs. Frances Moyer and daughter Pa. in Miami until Saturday visiting of' Mrs. Ara Moitt Cancer Society for the past 10
Janie, of Jacksonville spent Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, Youth Mjr. and Mrs. L. W. Hieatt. Dr. for the lay public, was
\ gives much information
the weekend with Mr. and :Mrs. Chairman of the St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale presented last week to the Brad- years
and Mrs. Frank Kilgo of Columbus i about cancer, clears E ,.
up many
and spent the
r Orie Wiggins. Deanery, spent Monday and Tues- Ga. who have been visitingthe daughter, Vicky, ford County Library; Miss Dorothy 1I
misconceptions and reports the
Mrs. M. L..Lawson and daugh- day in Jacksonville where she at Torodes the past week, are weekend with Mr. and Mra Alvarez, chairman of the latest findings."It .
; ters Richard Williams in Tampa. Bradford unit announced.The L
Faye and Sally and tended a dinner party at the
staying with the Torode chil Their other children, Robbie and is the wish W the Bradford -... ....... ..
-- '
Miss Jean : to-
Mundy went Tift I home of Mrs. C. C. Ryals in Cancer Society's drive fer
College, Forsythe, Ga. on Tuesday : honor of the Catholic Deanery dren.Guy Bobby Sue, spent the weekend funds will be conducted duringthe County unit that the general pub- BYBULUNGTON
l Sale is in Miami on busi- with their grandparents, Mr. and lic will avail themselves of the op-
to get Pamela .
Faye's personel board members Monday evening. month of April.
ness for two weeks. portunity to read this vital educa
Mrs. J. W. Horne in Hampton.Mrs. I
belongings as she isn't attended the
t to the college this last semester.returning On Spring Tuesday Deanery she meeting at the I Sam Retort of Dade'City was R. S. Mullins and son, The new book, written by Dr. tional book," Miss Alvarez said.

They were accompanied by Mrs.J. Jacksonville Woman's Club. the weekend guest of Mr. and Robin, spent the weekend in Starke .. Starke at the City Mall In Starke PORTRAITGALLERY
T. Lawson who Mrs. H. E. Bradley and family. Ocala with her parents, Mr. and Guard Florida, until 7:30 o'clock P.M. on
spent the day John Torode attended the Flori-
Sunday guests of the Clyde Tuesday, April 16, A.D., 1957, at
Mrs. L. T. Izler and Mr. and Mrs.
with her son-in-law and da Petroleum In which time
A. daughter Assn. meeting and place all bids received -
S-Sgt and Mrs. Tom Hardingat Jacksonville last Thursday and Hall family were Stanley Fitchof George Mullins. Mrs. Mullins also Is Paid $5,270The will be publicly opened and -
L Ascutney, Vt., Mr. and Mrs. read aloud, on the following:
Moody AFB, Valdosta Ga. attended the District meeting of
400 ft. of 2-in. best grade cotton -
Mr. and Mrs. James Bruce of and Mrs. D. R. Plowden Earl Fitch, and Mr. and Mrs. the Wesleyan Service Guild in payroll for National GuardCo. rubber lined fire hose, 400-lb.

Woodbine, Ga. were Sunday visitors and family of Decatur Ga. were I II Lloyd DAILY Putnam SPECIAL of Deland.SMOKED Winston Sunday. < C of Starke amounted to $5- burst rocker-lug test,type all, brass natiorial couplings stand, Don't Delay

of Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Hutch- Saturday visitors of Mrs. Lucile S-Sgt. and Mrs. Tom Harding 270.49 for the 10 drills held from ard thread. Bidder to furnish

Su.r I Davis. BARBECUED CHICKEN DINNER of Moody Air Force Base, Val- ]December through February. On- sample. and name brand. PriceF.OB.

.w $1.50. Chicken smoked over dosta, Ga., were home for the 1 ly 10 drills were held during the The said Starke City, reserves Florida. the rightto Bring Your Family' in Today

hickory logs in our smoke house. weekend. ]last quarter because of the accept or reject any or all bids.
Barry's Restaurant, S } % miles CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA,
6 PIECE Miss Elizabeth Slater of Anna- (Christmas holidays. By: Carl Johns, City Clerk. THE ONLY THING
South of Starke on U. S. Highway 3/29 3t 4/12 ANTIQUE ABOUT OUR
polis, Md. is spending asveral Over 30 members of the unit
301. Telephone 441-W. Boxed PICTURES IS THE PRICE
I I weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Guy 1 fired for record last weekend at lu The Counnty Judge' Court In
Dinner to take out. And For Bradford County,
I Andrews. 1 the Camp Blanding firing range Florida. la Probate.
Mr. and Mrs.
DINING ROOM Robert Cantrell
: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Noegel and others fired the 'preliminary IX RE: Estate of Rosetta William-
and children of Jacksonville visited Special Centennial Price
deceased. - $1 Up
have moved from the Park Apart- courses in preparation for record son ,,-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green AOTICE OP FIUNG PETITION
ments on Walnut street firing.
to their
and Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Joyner
SUITE I newly acquired home 203 JacksonSt. Eight men Qualified as driversof EXECUTORTo
en Sunday. All Whom It Coaeer.tNotice
., corner of Thompson. the large army vehicles during rjzSTUDIO
is that I
hereby given
Lu Green' and roommate,
r 123 EAST CALL STREET Mrs. Carl P. Koonce is spend- the weekend and others will have filed my final returns as Executriz -* AND GIFT SHOP
Miss Suzanne Horning, of Sou- of the estate of Rosetta
PHONE 80 Reg. $329.95 them Seminary, Buena Vista, Va. ing three weeks in Tuscon, Ariz be tested in preparation for sum- Williamson, deceased: that I have
with her son-in-law and mer field training.The filed my petition for final dis- II' '
will return today after spendinga daughter1st charge, and that I will apply to the %
unit will one more ,
week with Lu's Lt. and Mrs. Howard Seawel' Honorable Theron A. Yawn, Jr.. .
parents, Jr. and their new baby weekend May 17-18, on the range County Judge of Bradford County,
Buffet I and Mrs. Lex Green. daughterMr. before attending summer field Florida, on April 22, 1957 for approval -
Mrs. Emmett Koonce spent the weekend of the same and for final[ ::
Rainey and ,
sightseeing at Winter training. This encampment is discharge as Executor of the estate ::;
Lex, of Freeman, Va. have spent Haven and scheduled, to be held at Ft. Stew- of Rosetta Williamson deceas- ---

Extension Table .95 this week with her parents, Mr. Cypress Gardens. art, Ga. from June 30 to July 14. ed.March: 26. 1957.

and Mrs. Floyd Green. Mrs. Loraine Jordan of Daytona "We hope to have a full com DeWitt C. Jones,
Tommy Curtis of Lakeland is Beach has rented the Dowl- Executor of the estate of
of men by then, Capt.
Rosetta Williamson, deceased.
4 Chairs spending several days with his ing house at 55& W. Call St. Randal Chitty, company com 3/9 4t 4/19 0-go

uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Grady Roberts mander, said. "We have over tyOd

Faulkner. and ,son, Gary, of Quincey were 100 men and that is an all time

Mrs. J. R. Kite was :visiting Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. record, but we still have about .

French Provincial Mrs. Margaret Moody at Flagler R. B. Alvarez. .* 20 openings.

Beach over, the ''weekend.Mrs. E. L. Langston father of 'Mrs.: Recent promotions were 'Leroy F FLORIDATHEATRE

Douglas White and John ; Eustis McKnight, was confinedin Crawford from PFC to Sp-3. FOR YOUR OlD WASHER WHEN YOU BUY

Godwin returned*home Thursdayafter i the Bradford County Hospital Crawford is an army veteran anda

spending week with Mrs Thursday to Saturday, where he member of the cook section.:

L--I i White's parents, Mr. and Mrs: underwent' an eye operation. Others promoted were Landon E.

'LjktII H. R. Montgomery, in Griffin, I Griffis, Ronnie E. 'Mundorff, Car- .*
I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and
los Norman and Irvin Covington
Ga.J. Mrs. Effie Johns were in Dade SAT., MAR. 30
D. Doyle and Harry Rabb from Pvt-1 to Pvt-2. '
City on Sunday visiting Mrs. BIG_ DOUBLE FEATURE RCA illMillif
attended a luncheon for the Elks
Carrie Smith. i t '
,-P '.tr .1 Grand Exalted Ruler, Frank Auto MishapA ABLAZE /I
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Bell and .
Bohn, at the Jacksonville Elks
children of Mayo, Mrs. Billy Mitchell WITHIEXCITEMENT
Lodge on Sunday. woman from New York Wed-
I of Jacksonville, and Mr. I / .
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Duncanof I nesday posted a $25 bond on a !
and Mrs. W. W. McLain and son
Decatur, Ga. spent the week. charge of running a red light
of Park spent Sunday
end with his parents, :Mr. and Orange
.t with Mr., and Mrs. Henry Wil- and causing an accident. tr .
Mrs. K. G. Duncan.
liams. Officer Perry Kite Jr. said the .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clarkof

Jacksonville spent Sunday; F. R. Coker of Lakeland is visit woman, Mrs. Pauline Rosen, rana

with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark. ing his son-in-law and daughter red light and hit the rear end 1Orrr

I Mr. and Mrs. Marion Neil and I II Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin of ? a car driven'' by Thomas A. ,.._ 1

C. E. Renfroe of 1 Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncanwere '
I Tarpon Lazzaro Jr., a teacher in Starke
were' Sunday afternoon visitors visiting' Mr. and Mrs. T x
- SPECIAL SELECTIONOF schools. Damage to Lazzaro's car xl NOME
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowcn E. Duncan in Gainesville on Sun -
was listed at $10.
Miss Catherine Froh of Piarson. day. 4

Ind., who has spent the past Mr. and Mr. M. W. Lance had : 'T !TRAIL
week with Dr. and Mrs. H. G as weekend guests, Mrs. Billie NOTICE OF I.NTE.NTIOV TO
MEN'S SUMMER DRESS PANTS Bollinger, leaves Saturday for Burbank Jr. and children of Fer- Notice is hereby given that the

I Philadelphia, Pa. and will 'sail nandina Beach, Mr. and Mrs. R. undersigned under the provisions f
I Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, WAYNE S.l JJIIH la6AR. _D ''IADill I
the first of Haiti for N. Carswell and of
May for family Way- Acts of 1941, will register with
I Missionary work.DARK.. cross, T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Rich the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in mHS.Elm Bm'WI'
1 and for Bradford County, Florida,
: Reduced ardson and family Valdosta, upon receipt of proof of publicationof "

and Miss Barbara Lance of New this notice, the fictitious name
of Biscayne Motor Court, under PLUS s.9. ,
Orleans. which I am engaged in business on Y,
North U. S. 301. And that the sole
Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs. Paul' owner of said business is: ....

1 .+ 331-3 % rMEATa m -Bridges, Mrs. Ed Simpson and Starke.John W.Florida.Glisson, Rt. 2. Bot 52, IllS

W STARKE FLA. Mrs. R. s. Mullins attended the Dated this 27th day of March' mmora

Wesleyan Service Guild District J957'lorlda.at Starke/ Bradford County, t 1 rota

meeting Wffliston on Sunday. 3/29 4t 4/19
SUN., MON., TUES., Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Hat ,

This Includes MAR. 31 & APRIL 1-2 cher Sr. of Flushing, Long Island, CALL FOR March BIDS n, 195. rr..wrr r9.1,4A

DOUBLE FEATURE N. Y. are visiting the junior Sealed bids will be received by /r

: : : Dacro Hatchers at Camp the City Council of the City of "Scramble Aches" Cartoon a
its, Rayons, CANYON RIVER" Blanding this '
Chapter No. 8 Serial

Linen and OrionMaterials CINEMASCOPE Mrs. Owen. VaugJtnreturned ,

I George Montgomery home Monday from Bradford I: I GAS TCONS 1 r r.0,.

...- PLUS County Hospital where she was' SUN., MON., TUES.,

..: S confined a.week with pneumonia.Miss MAR. 31 & APRIL 1-2

"Return To Paradise"TECHNICOLOR Linda Johns of FSU
spent -By- -' < t 6
the weekend with her parents ::7rJa 20thCenturyFox,

Gary Cooper Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns: she GIB BROWN ... 6

SPECIAL Plus Color Cartoon For Kids was accompanied by Miss Gail presents

SELECTION Duke, also of FSU, who was.. \ -

.," I WED., THURS.. APRIL 3-4 I visiting Dr. and Mrs."T. G. Ritch.I I fUTERS OUT UHf AS IT WASHES OUT DW!

or. DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. John Stone of ": It's a BUILT-IN FILTER; no old fashioned tray

LADIES Woodbine, Ga. were Tuesday 1 in your way. Cleans and recleans both wash and
SPRING DRESSESIn 3 For Jamie Dawn"Laralne visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Paulk. rinse water even when water level is low.
Day, Rlcardo Montalban

Richard prison and June HavPLUS' w I DAILY SPECIAL'sIOKED
And NEB, $1.50. Chicken smoked over 1
"THE COME ON"SUPEBSCOPE hickory logs In our smoke house.

Barry's Restaurant, S 1-2 mil es
1 used to get them fixed UP e Safe, Delicate Fabric Guide
South of Starke on U. S. Highway
IS PRICECome Anne Baxter and Sterling Haydeo SOI. Telephone 441-W. Boxed THE STREET THERE." PLUS e New, High Console Styling
Plus Color 9
Cartoon :
Dinner to take out. .
All of customers are particular Clock" Cartoon New Two-Temp Water Selector
Little Tom Slade m, of Dora
FRL, SAT., APRIL 5-6 ville, Ga. is spending several that's why they're onrsl Big, Full Size 9b. Capacity
In And See
New DOUBLE FEATURE weeks with his grandparents" r. WED.. THURS., FRI, S Positive Automatic Water Fill

selection. of Easter Clothes "Fighting Trouble" and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. APRIL 3-4-5 Seven Rinses Means Whiter Washes

'" Lt Co[ and Mrs. J. A. Drift
For All The FamilyBARK'S"DALE'S Huntz Hall and the Bowery Boys spent last week In the Scrub. GIB BROWN "ZARAK"Starring .e Sturdy One-Piece Wrap-Around Cabinet

PLUS"Phantom Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green

Trails"Guy were viriting Mr. and Mrs. Wfl- I. SERVICE STATION Victor Mature and
and Pass and family Jn Tallahassee Ekberg
Madison and Andy Devine Standard Oil Products PLUS
over the weekend.

Plus Serial Chapter 2 Mrs. C. D. Williams,.Mrs. Hen Phone 327 "Slip Up Some Redskins" TV & SEAT COVERS
STARKE FL Color Cartoon For Kids rietta Hunt and Mrs. Irene John Cartoon /
407 N. Temple Ave. Starke Florida
were visiting relatives. In Mayoon ,







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FRIDAY.. aL1RCII .9Q..., 1951
AAAAAA i: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA was enjoyed by members and 7:30. Twenty-two couples will take 9Y9YYYYTYYTYYTTTTTTYTTY'
visitors of the Woman's celebration :' Forsyth enjoyed a weekend son, Mike, of Palatka were Sun- THE RIGHT POINT for the
Club en part in this annual with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
_ KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Tuesday, March 26, when Barbara with wedding anniversaries- rang- LONG BRIDGE and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Furr Mullen in day 'dinner guests of the E. A. way you write. Come in and select -

i Webb Larkin drew on her audience ing from 52 to 63 years., AND NEW RIVER Ocilla, Ga. On their trip Sapps. Fountain your favorite ESTERBROOK
By Mrs. J. Russell Young- Phone Keystone 3421 to, show how folk tales grow. Buildings Near CompletionJoe home Sunday afternoon they were Mrs. Emily :Moody and Seeber Pen. TELEGRAPH
Mrs. Larkin is a professional Werner's two-store Bin. E. A.,Sapp in
a big hail storm
near Jasper. Moody are on. the sick list this
yyyyy yyyyyvyvyvYyTvvvvvwV VVWVWWVVVTWVVYY7sions. Story-Teller, has several articles .building is Hearing completion and Large
.AAAAAAAAAAAAA uuaauaa pieces of hail beating on week. Seeber is a patient in Lake
Hungarian CoupleAt This happened several years [: and books published and is at he has rented one store to Mr. ; the car, they feared might break
Camp Montgomery before the October revolution, present at work on a boook.A Moench of Starke. Mr. Moench's Mr. and :Mrs. John Spence of I the windows, but they came Butler hospital.Mr. .
and Mr. Wayer became acquainted successful bake sale was held line is electrical work and he will Jacksonville were Saturday guestsof ,:through without any damage. and Mrs. Fonie Crews and
Recent widespread interest in with Dr. Neill Hamilton, the by the club on Saturday, March deal in electrical displays, home Mr and Mrs. Lacy Johns. I Folks in this section are thank- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp were in
ferfonaanet Schedule
the flight of people from Hungary son-in-law of Dr. Albert Kisaling 23, proceeds to go to the remodel- utilities, and related work. He eXpects Mrs. Minnie Granger has returned High Springs Sunday afternoon fgtj
to the freedom offered by the U. of Jacksonville. Dr. Hamiltonwas ing of the club kitchen. Other redecorating to occupy the building on from a visit of several ful for the nice rains lately, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling.
S. is made quite real in the arrival "a student in Heidelberg at projects are In the May 1.Dhplieate. weeks .with her daughter, Mrs. are busy planting and setting
who tobacco_ _: _and_ tomatoes.__________ I
of a Hungarian couple the time. future plans. Bridge Club Meadows Anderson, and family in nn u >_ ___"._ _' J!" ,_ .
will be the caretakers of Camp Through the combined effortsof Deland. Mrs., Mary Snowden left Monday "
Election of officers will take Winners ,in last game
Montgomery. The camp, described i Hamilton, U. S. Representative place at' the business meeting on were, first, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Tom Handley of to see her brother, Ollie
previously in this column, Is the I Charles E. Bennett and GordonS. Mannnig, who lives in St. Peters-
April 9. Starnes, second place, Mr. and Lake Butler, were dinner guestsof
Presbyterian Conference Centeron Mobley, chairman of the Camp i Home Demonstration >Club Mrs. John Karges. 7:30 on Tuesdays Mr. and Mrs. M.,L. Johns last burg. Mr. Manning is very sick.
Crystal Lake. Montgomery development committee The Lake Geneva-McRae Home at the Woman's ,Club the Sunday., :Mrs. Jeff Perry of Hampton and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wayer, in the Wayers were broughtto Demonstration Club met Wednes- time and place. All duplicate Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnson went
their early twenties, have come Florida. They came under the day, March 20, at the home of players are'invited. and sons of Gainesville spent with :Mrs. Snowden.
from Heidelberg, Germany, where immigration quota in effect priorto Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux on Smith,I Variety Show I Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Miss Mary Frances Dekle of
they went to make their home the recent revolution.A Lake. A demonstration of "Land- Plansare in progress for the Nan Merritt Jacksonville spent Friday night
after they, with others of their house is ready for the scaping for Lake Homes" was Variety Show to be given by the I. Mr! and Mrs. Ethan Sapp and with 'Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns. I
village of Wertersarsa near Bud- Wayers and they took up their given by Mrs. Sue Glennan, Clay Estralita Club of 'Keystone Mrs. Fronie Moody attended Mr. and Mrs. Johns returned to
apest, were given two hours duties in their new home last County Home Demonstration A-, Heights. Proceeds form the show: church services Sunday night at Jacksonville with Miss Dekle fora ,

notice to evacuate the town. Each week. gent. She was assisted by the Co- will go toward the building: fund Trinity Bible in Lake Butler. weekend visit with Mr. and ,
family was allowed to take 200 Woman's ClubA Agent, Miss Laura Williams. for the Masonic building. Talent Mrs. Nelson Dekle. I II
pounds of their personal posses- program featuring folklore Plans were completed for the will be both "imported" and Mr. and Mr Martin Paulson of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp and

--. _-------... -' - county-wide meeting,including the "local," including an orchestra, Miami have bought- the Martincau
I six clubs in Clay County, to be chorus line (male), and other property nea.r'.he Moody service 1 iplJ r,
station on Road 100, and have
6 at the Civic Cen- of entertainment. Bill Beloteis
held on April types "C
ter in Middleburg. Supper will be the talent scout. started building a new home. They FRIGIDAIRETHE I '::1!
FUEL OILPrompt a covered dish affair, beginning at Mrs. F. W. Schroeder is presi- have two children in Starke 1
schooL Paulson wants nice jii I
5:30.: The evening's program will dent of the Estralita Club and a I I
to live from the BESTKNOWNNAME II
on this pro- quiet place ,_away
have five minutes in which to members working w.+wwu'a c wa rco xla
C. E. Mitchell, Mrs. noise of a city. We welcome IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
demonstration Mrs.
skit showing some ject are
Dependable Delivery --.- present a program given dur- Hank Ownby, Mrs. W. R. Cros- them to this part of the state. 1.u'

the Square dancing will by, Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. They are formerly of DetroIt. RANGES
ing year. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Albert and
Thornquist, and Mias Moody
r PHONE 84 follow. Ohlson. \ sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lesliea
Mrs. Margaret Tracy Retires CONDITIONERS
From Post Office Position ,1-----Church News The WASHERS & DRYERSGet 'If tI
number of of I 1I St. Anne's Episcopal program on "Flowering Shrubscf _
After a years .
JOHN A. TORODE JOBBERSHELL service to the community, both in Auxiliary met with Mrs. W. B. North.Florida" when the Gar- RCA Victor crr.,:id. This console \\1
Thursday evening, The ,Best For Less
the office ctthe Walrath Insur Dawson on den Club 'of Green Cove Springsmet swivels-"aims" both picture and soundIn
OIL PRODUCTS ance Agency and later in the March 22, at 8 o'clock. Thursday, March 21, with At any direction! 261 sq.in.of viewable
Plants and costume jewelry Mrs. H. W. Ivey. Mrs. William "Living Image" picture. Balanced Fidelity -
flflJLfli Post Office, :Mrs. Margaret Tracy in
have been added to the, Pinon of Lake Geneva accom- Sound. Illuminated tuning dial.
affectionately known as "
the "Nearly New Shop. Shop- ,panied Mrs. Sth'areSales
walnut grainec,
her friends, has retired. Mahogany grained,
LINE many
COMPLETE and Saturdays -
Mrs. Tracy's family has been ping days are Fridays I Mrs. Vivien Boyer of Mount limed oak grained (extra.) finishes..
and reports show encourag- Wolf, Pa. is visiting her parents, -
STARTER. closely connected with the life of ing results. Proceeds are for the Mr. and Mrs. H. .R. HartwelL and ServiceWe Model

TUXEDO E Keystone Heights. Her father first, Building Fund. Correction: A typographical error Service All Makes of Other Models From $13495
Mecklem, our
Judge Church The ,
GROWER Community in last week's column conferred Electrical Appliances
in Keystoneby I .
.. Mayor. The settling Women of the Community Church the title of "Mayor" on -
I Judge and Mrs. Mecklem was. will hold their annual luncheon I H. L. Ownby. The item should 606 N. Temple Ave.
DEVELOPER I in the nature of an "accident. meeting at Park-of-the-Palms on I have read: Mayor M. L. Beasleyand PHONE 120
FEEDS S I Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Stewart, who Wednesday, April 3, at 1 pjn.V.dward i Chairman H. L. Ownby..
were at the time with the Law- PJ'1... Rev __-. M. DeYounsrA4iW '
rence Developing ,Company, and Mrs.: DeToung. missionaries !- I
16 = % LAYING brought the Mecklems to Key to Kijabe, Kenya Colony, Africa,' Tv ServiceAll
stone from Gainesville and on the will be at the park for that) PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY

MASH pork-Maker Hog Feed I way a spring. on their car was week and will bring a message*I your
Women following
broken. to the Church
SpecialCorn & Wheat Scratch I Since is was impossible to get it the luncheon. \
for some time 1 Junior Department of the
fixed or replaced The Guaranteed Free Estimates
$3.85 per lOO IBs. the Mecklems stayed in Keystoneand i Community! Church Sunday i I Work --
decided to settle here. It was School enjoyed a party ,in the LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo Fully Equipped Dependable

Baby Chicks And Poultry some and her years husband later that, H.R.Mrs.. Tracy Tracy,:: day educational afternoon.building Mrs. Frank last Satur-Wal- Membership Fees 6 Mo. P liciesDOYLE' All Makes and Models

came to Keystone Heights.Mrs. rath, Jr., Mra J. Russell Young
her two brothers and William Cannon directed and
EquipmentAND : Tracy
Earl and :Millard :Mecklem, assisted with the games.I E. CONNER AGENCY CHAS. C. SHEPHERD'TV
have toured South Florida I The Senior Fellowship of the
OTHER PLANTS and left on :Moday for a visit in i Community, Church held their Radio .- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
r- I. Pittsburgh. Mrs. Tracy will returnto Sunday evening fellowship and : 136 W. Call Street Phone 285 239 Starke, Fla.TOJ .

PETUNIAS her home here after a visit with vesper meeting at the home of I -' -
SALVIA ASTERS ZINNIAS relatives. Frances Reaves on Lake Brook ,_ __ ___v_", __ _

Magic Bloom 'Gre-Tone For Flowers friends Golden Wedding and Celebration lyn. ......' ......''''- .. -. ____ __ ____ _____ n
,,, ., .,
New Arrival 'M '"G "
of Keystone
And Gardens Premier Peat Moss Francis Clark "
H. L. Morgan,
"' of the
Heights, superintendent I "pW
of son
has Jr. announce' the birth a I
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO. announced Penney Farms the 81st Golden Wed- on Thursday, March* 21, at St.Vincent's .
Jackson- '
ding Celebration, which will take Hospital in Ivs: : A,1r a >$' .

539 E. Call St. Starke, Florida place in the Penney :Memorial ville.

Church on Friday, March: 29, at PersonalitiesMrs. and Miss W
John Thornquist : I
_u_ I
Ruth Ohlson have as then, guests:: \
Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Walker,
who stopped over for a short visiton ..v
their way home to Ohio from
Miami. Mrs. Anna Dahl and Miss t I

Jessie Moberg of St. Paul, Minn.
will remain for a longer visit. > ROVETO YOU WHAT THE
I I Roger James Smith celebrated .
I his 7th birthday on- March 20
with a party at his home. Twelve
''M r :W A rl young Little friends Miss Angela were present.Aiken en- ii EXPERTS ALREADY KNOW ABOUT

tertained 20 of her friends at a I II.

birthday party on Tuesday, March ;k

19.Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tate' of AMERICA'S NUMBER (D) ROAD CAR :

Gainesville were weekend guestsof
Mrs. Tate's parents, Mr. and .
Mrs. L. T. Brown. ql
The home of Mrs. Gordon .
Adams wan the. setting on Monday -
';o op evening, March 18 for one
I f1 4g.

of a series of bridge parties which
;tV'I she and Mrs. J. D. Henderson are N" ,
\ rY
it.\a'N. ,8 ; ?;P ,3 planning.
Mike Adams and friends and .
former" roommates from Emoryat
: Oxford were in Sebring for

the Sports Car Races. L-i1-
2 C The Herman Schroeders had as
their guest last week Fred Boll-
horst of Baltimore, Md. Mr. BoH- 3
horst was a Rotary guest on

Mrs. Ernest L. Betts and Mrs.

;' "I WORK FOR A PROUD FAMILYthe family Dick Parker- were patients 'last
week in, the Bradford County
;: of American savers." That family is justly Hospital.Mr. .. .

!i proud of its prudence and foresight. It is a big ., and Mrs. John Debb's of '

family too. In banks alone, nearly 73 million Louis Syracuse Kyles were for several guests,days'of last the ,

people have on deposit some $80 billion-more ... week. .

savings dollars than have been accumulated any. Mrs.on C.Friday H. Haberstroh, March '22 was, when hostess Drive the !

: where else. Clearly, many savers appreciate the she entertainned with two tablesof Champ ;

'benefits of bank safety, and centralized financial < canasta.Col.. and.Mrs. David A. Nelson HERE'S ALL YOU D !

service. .America's family of more than 14,000 have as their guests Mr. and I First the automotive writers said, "Keep your eye on Pontiac. ;V I-|

banks is also proud-proud to have earned first Mrs- Roy Brown of Portland, this one's a sleeper"! Then the California Highway Patrol Go to your nearest

place with America's family of savers. Maine.Mrs. Sophia M. Huene of Chicago chose Pontiac after three days of grueling competitive tests of 1 authorized Pontiac dealer

HI. returned to Keystone six of America's top performers. Next, in the top stock car event of during April and test drive

I THERE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE HAVING MONEY '. Heights with Mrs. F. H. Olson. the year NASCAR's 160-mile Daytona Grand National1 r the 1957 Pontiac. I

I IN THE BANK WHY NOT SAVE WITH us? Mrs. Olson has enjoyed recent Pontiac outperformed everything on the beach including }

visit},fr.with and friends Mra Willam in Chicago.Bolton ,. _. super-charged and fuel injection cars! Fill out the official entry :

were weekend visitors in Bartow. NOW IT'S YOUR TURN-Slip into that roomy driver's seal Gen tee 2 blank and deposit with

Mrs. W. Dawson has as her nudge the accelerator and feel Pontiac's barrel-chested 347 cu. to.StratoStreak your dealer. .
guests her brother-in-law and V-8 inta action. Put its instant
go response
That's all there Is to III!
sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.Jensenof ,
Precision-Touch Control to traffic test.Choose
and a own
Miami, and :Mrs. Robert Hey- your
den of Chicago. rough stretch and feel it disappear under Pontiac's Level-Line UMICT TO teen,tTATB AHS TOWAJ.RMUUmON
EtRI) lt1\ / Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Parker en- Ride. Then head for the open road and give that deepbreathingpower 4

.... ..... ,\\ iZ tertained at dinner on Monday plant a chance to show its mettle in the fresh open air.
t:: A evening? honoring Mr. and Mrs. Afan-you've got a champ on your hands for surd And to make it DAYTONA GRAND NATIONAL ,CHAMPI
A B. T. Huts n, who celebrated ;
., 91.JwfIDIAAL.A.N..K" their 57th wedding anniversaryon even more fun-there's a chance to win a free Pontiac Just follow A nock: ray.a Fonrtoe wMi Tn-rower Corbgrtffe.
FLORIDA A'AT that date. .' -:- ,.the instructions at the right-you may be a winning dnverl xtro-cos option oa wy nodel-beat ofi competing! can
of the, to the blggtt stock cot
or price
regardtas power
= NATIONAL -= .: ::.. Thomas B. Dowda Palatka''at .
STAR .. '. competIlfoa of to< year I
== L\ fr torney, was guest speaker at. the ,.. ;
.r ./ Rotary dub last Friday, and -
- - .
gave some interesting highlightsof ,- ...- --
early Florida history. SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER Mrs. Emery H. Cooper, a member .

of the Founders' Circle, gaver. --. .
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....YTTTYTYYYYT.TYTTT.TY.T.YTTTT.TTTTTT.YYTTTY.T1 for some time.Anonymous lies is undoubtedly the Jongest Dated this tth day of March, of Chapter 20.JS3, Laws of Florida r. .
1 57.OrnOALSKAL. Acts of 1941 will register with the
fC Quotation"An way home! ( ) Charts JLtHrto Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
Home DemonstrationNotes open mind leaves a chance At Wed. Service Clerk of the CffeaifConrt for Bradford County, Florida upon JACKSON
Missionary ; See BILLY
By Marian L. crosby Deputy Clerk receipt of proof of publication of
for someone to drop a worth- Mrs. Mlsner Entertains TWA 3/8 U -1/1 this notice, the fictitious name of -
while thought in it::' __ I W.R.G.R. Radio, under which we
:Miss Catherine Frob, missionary i,are engaged in buslnness at 14$ N. FORTOP .
appointee to Haiti, was a special 50TICB TO APPEAR Temple Ave., Starke, Florida. That
+ by /tlvgvT vVTMT 7ntghIGHLAND to Clremlt Cart Bradferd c.at7.:: the owners In said business are: SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING
i + 4 a DOROTHY ROSS guest at Hampton Baptist Church Florida !. Caameery. Alfred H. Temple 94S N. Temple ,
.meeting on Wednesday Lucy Dorothy Patterson Plaintiff, Ave., Starke, Fla.
i/ Home Demonstration Agent prayer vs. Thomas P. Patterson, Defendant. Alma Horn Temple, 345 N. Temple And All Tractor Work
., evening March 25, at the homeof Case Mo. 10-2072 Ave., Starke Fla. Type

Pep Vp Stews machine on side of backing start- By line Lacy Norma their counselor -Mrs. Milton' letlee T. Appears Rudolph 1L Chamberlin. 845 N. "F
To: Thomas P. Patterson whose
a, stew other and Misner. Miss Nell Williams Temple Ave.. Starke, Fla. PHONE 165
For pepping up or ing at pointed end of belt pre residence Is Wyandanch. Long Dorothy L. Chamberlin, 945 N.
savory dish there's nothing likea .sewing around to other end. Take .t A A A AA...A&.AAAAAAA..A.Mr. sented the program] and the Island, New York, and whose ad- Temple Ave., Starke, Fla.

dash of herbs, Bradford County I I cut of machine and start over and Mrs. Floyd, Norman: group practiced the white Bible dress Island is:New Box York.777, Wyandanch., Long- : Each Dated having this 13th U day Interest of March ll. W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER _

Home Demonstration women are again beginning on other .side and son returned home Tuesday presentation to be April 17 honoring II You are hereby notified that a-, D. 1957 at Starke, Bradford County

discovering. A sprig of mints where you started. Sew that side. I'after spending a few days with Miss Avoy Williams, .bride- 'has suit been tot filed divorce against yon in the I II' Florida 3154t45

will add ,a cooling touch, to that Sew close .to edges. In this way friends and relatives in Jackson: elect of David Yonker. I'above named Court and cause and _

glass of iced tea this summer or you will sew both sides of the The Hampton Elementary PTA you are required to serve a copy of NOTICE-TO APPEAR .
your answer or pleading to the com- -,' That's Our BusinessIf
combined with mayhaws to make belt going in the same direction ville.Lacey Norman got hurt while will meet Tuesday afternoon, plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney to Florldat Circuit IB CoBrt.Caaaeery.Bradford County

mint jelly for that delicious lamb which will prevent the material feeding some bulls and had to April 2, at 3:15 p. m. in the H.Gainesville C. Baldwin.Florida P. O. Box 104. Otholene Pittman Plaintiff, vs. It's Glass We Have It!

roast. from pulling or puckering. Be make several trips to the doctorin schoolauditorium.. and file the original in the office' of Notice Warren T.A.Appear Pittman. Defendant. CALL WRITE or VISIT
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
There are approximately 50 sure the fabric is slightly wider Starke. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson'' or before the To Warren A. Pittman, whose
herb than the backing on the sides in 8th day of April 1957: residence and address it: Unknown.You .
in the
kitchen gradens the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof spent from Thursday to Sunday otherwise the allegations of said are heresy notified mat a Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
order to
county. Plants distributed to the Jacksonville visited ,the Lacey' 'at their cottage at Cedar Key. Complaint will be taken as confess-. -, suit for divorce and restoration .
members Include Home Sewing Choice 4 by you. of maiden name
Club mint Normans last weekend. Mrs. Dot 'Eiland and R. E. Cutc- This notice shall be publishedonce has been filed against you In the ANY GLASS NEED

chives and dill. Which items .of clothing,. if'I I Aunt Frances Norman, Maebell hen joined them in Cedar! Key weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph above named Court and cause and We Design Modem Store Fronts
required to serve a of
are copy
Belts and Buckles made at home, help the family you
and Jonell Griffis, Mrs. Brownie Saturday for the weekend.
your answer or pleading to the Just Mail Us A Pattern for
most This is Dated, this 6th day of March
the club budget a questionfor
One helpful things Austin, and Bernice Mosely are Walter Young of Hampton and complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
learned at their many homemakers who wantto .1957. Lloyd Bass 210 Clark Building Table Tops
embers sewing
on the sick list this week. William Trinks of Hampton Lake OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Jacksonville 2. Florida
Korshops this month was thatof use their time and sewing to Joe Howard J. Clerk of the Circuit Court and file the original in the office of 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353
birthday for Riverdale, N. Clerk
Happy left Friday By L Crosby Deputy
belts and buckles of skill to best advantage. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Marr ((9th), Doris Pendarvis Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and 3/8 4t 3/29 before the
sell material. A correctly made Experiments with three types (15th) 15 day of April. 1957: .
(22nd), Theodore Norman (. sons of Lawtey, and Frank NOTICE TO APPEAB
the looKa of a dress cotton dresses I I otherwise the allegations of said "
belt improves of commonlymade J.! Circuit Court Bradford County
and Gallic Griffis.Don't Williams and children of Hamptonwere .. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
I Florldat IB Chancery
and jyhen .made- at home is in- at home indicate that mak-
forget our Homecomingon all Sunday dinner guests of Monteen Montgomery, Plaintiff vs. by you.This
expensive... ing women's daytime or street James Montgomery Defendant. notice shall be publishedone Fontana Village Resort
Sunday, March 31. Everybody Mrs J. L. Williams and Russell Case No. 10-2071 each week for four consecutive VaO9/Oh/ aI? is different at Fontana
dresses is most worthwhile when
The point on the end of the welcome. Bring your singers. Williams. Notice T. AppeartTo" graph.Dated weeks. in the Bradford. County Tele everybody has font
savings and time spentare
belt might be tedious and laborious money James Montgomery whose
Dinner will be served. Barks- : this 8 day of March, 1957.
to make unless one is acquainted both considered. Children'sdresses Barbara- Sue and Bobby address is: Pier 4, 4-32364H/H. M. (OFFICIAL SEAL* Charles A. Darbf Fishing is excellent inthere's
with the trick of rate second place and I dale, children of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Labrador, Halifax, N. S., Clerk of the Circuit Court. Fontana Lake and
easy ... .....r..rv.4>7tamt Canada. By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk
of Starke, spent in
doing it. Cut the material twice women's house dresses last, ac- Robert Barksdale You are hereby notified that a 3/15 4t 4/5 Fun 'filled) swimming a

as wide as the belt backing and cording to research household the weekend_ in Hampton with suit former for divorce name and restorationof new luxurious pool in

economists and clothing specialistsof HAMPTON their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.: season, craft making
fold in center with raw edges has been filed against yon in the ;i. _
together. Sew across one end, the U. S. Department of J. W Horne, while their parentswere above named Court and cause and FOR DEPENDABLE ;" square dancing, scenic
you are required to serve a copy of tours, tennis, shuffleboard -
trim seam and tie threads. Turn Agriculture. Or Mrs. D. E. ilill in Tampa visiting with the Jour answer or pleading to the I horseback
R. C. WUliamses. lomplalnt on the Plaintiff Attorney ohlah\a riding
material so is inside. Fashion News
seam Lay
...AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA& Ralph Roberts, 202 Professional Termite Control .z? -plenty more to see
material flat and seam will auto- Many designers are featuring Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade left Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida and do in this sparkling
t :
matically flatten to make a point. hemlines one. inch longer for day CHRISTIAN CHURCH HONORS Sunday for Columbia, S. C. where and of the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office OP I mountain air and

Bring raw edgeson sides to meetin clothes. CIIIDRESS AT DINNER they will make,their home, while or before the 41 Household ft Commercial .. there's supervised play
center. Press. Baate belt back- The flattering length for every- John Childress of Orlando, who I Mr. Slade works with his father, otherwise 8th day the of April allegations 1957: of said Pest ControlS !'I" for children baby sit-

ing to this side of belt. Trim end one usually is the hemline that has been supplying at Sunday services V. J. Slade, transporting Florida Complaint will be taken as confessed l. ten available. Have

of backing to a point shaped reaches midway the calf of the at Hampton Christian produce to-the S. C. market.Mr. by you.This notice shall be publishedonce Grove Spraying the time of your life at

like tie material. Stitch belt on leg. This length has been popular Church for several months, was and :Mrs. Hershel Parker each week for four consecutive Fontana. Write or
weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTT Call FR. 6-6035 phone for reservations
honored at a farewell dinner last John Parker, and Marty Misner TELEGRAPH. .
since sunday. March 31, Dated this 5th .day of March, today Fre fI color
Sunday, Ga. Sunday
drove to Valdosta, 1957. folder.
Florida Pest Control
will be his last week to preach to visit with Mr. and Mrs. VascC (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.. Darbj _
I Clerk of the Circuit Court
here Busey and family.Mr. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk & Chemical Co. -

Originally planned as "dinneron I' and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth 3/8 4t 3/29 FONTANA VI LI ACS.
meal 24 N. 16th
HUNDREDSof the ground" the was in Bunnell W. Ave. RESORT
wete weekend-visitors NOTICE OF INTENTION: : TO
moved to Hampton City Hall with their son and daughter-in- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Galaesville, Florida DEPT. S5 FONTANA VILLAGE N. C.
when rain sent members indoors. Wads- Notice is hereby given that the -- -
law Mr. and Mrs. Thomas undersigned under the provisions
details are managed and economic- Afternoons service at the church

ally attended that only a trained and I trS\KOA. the dinner for members worth and family.Mr. .
&vuvn. ----- ---

careful organization can attend when of the church and friends. and Mrs. Gresham Sunday and .....:zm:l1. .! r'4."' .f ,' v.;M..'Mw: ,....,.V;q ?!. ,.l'. .,'.,,,,.l. <..;.n... .;.,'\.,:... .1: '::{' TI 'PW, < ".. ."X: '.<':'
the urgent need for serving is at Had A Little Iamb"Our family of Dunnellon were .lYtleV ": m''SYI ",\.'{.1'Qw'0''<'''Io.t:nl' <..:. .v'f'>' ':'w-. <>\<: .w 'ro n'k.:y':; :1 %'::+d f'::, .w :. ; :; :')q: "$:'''''<.1:!''':) ''ffit: 4:
r'p. ..
"Mary ."afternoon visitors and supper "" "...;:.,*., H" _..v't.....' :x. e ,: : ; : <;.
., "
hand. Version Stars A Crow "" ".< ::;:z..J.'f. .. :: <'. ,, ''':''.'..Mor-'i':.t. < < :.: ,
"Oscar," a pet crow, has been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,..:,'<<<.""";;.tx's.v,... "' ;<,",<,<,>,, E.: ,<<'.<<.'.. .:>'K;. .t. II hUUIII I : ::: 'W:..v
Williams in Hampton.Mr. ; t:# ,r."" ';;:" i. .'.><<, e. .
alternately delighting and fright- $ \.;::..).. .'.: :<. rc a;4:"&. '.'f"V e .... < ;- ,. <: t; f
students at Hampton Elementary and 'Mrs. H. A Saxon and 1ii&et ttttiJ: : : : ;: :f,1: < v+t* i\Xti.PryJY':'t:f ; it
ening .... ., .: .. ... ...., :
DeWITT C. JONES Merritt Island, "'''''l..y... .;,;:;. '' .wM.,..". .. .. <..." << ...,,
School for the last few family drove to ?:"< ;'::;'),'>':' ;,,.,..:,,::<.,'.., : .. I <
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weekend to bring >W. 33% "(
Phone '
7 followed .M
Starke "
Fla. weeks, since he allegedly near Cocoa, .w.% '* r" 10. m.O.re' 'f

a school bus to school, like the home Mrs. Ethel Tidewell who up t! .
Funeral Director Ambulance Service Iamb followed Mary. spent last week visiting there ri ;

OUr local funeral home enables u to offer convenience and After watching his antics dur- with the Edward Saxons. ; : ; i<

services not otherwise available.We ing the week at the school, and Mrs. Frank Williams and Mrs.J. :,,, .
various perches around town over W. Home visited Thursday in + l ,)o

##_#1. I I II II II I. the weekends, we no longer be- Dunnellon with Mrs. O. D. Gay

furaua the highest type service at lowest price, and lieve that "as the crow flies" is and other- friends.

fcocept ANT life Insurance. policy: In force, 'leaned by ANTcompany the straightest way anywhere. -
U payment in part or la full on a funeral. Oscar goes up down swoops, then la Clrcalt Court. Bradford Coaaty N I ..

Conmltation .curies BO obUfatien. lands-then goes back where he FtorldBi IB Chancery. .
started. All in' all, as this crow Ruth Stepp Laughter Plaintiff vs.
James II. Laughter, Defendant.
Case No. 10-2083
Order Of Publication and Notice To
Appear State Of Florid Tot -
,. James H. Laughter, whose residence j -C- -
.. and \address is: 7 Oak Park -
Road, Asheville North Carolina.
You are required to w Q .- '
appear on
v vv. p} h .n. y"q A
I April n, 1957 In the above C ik
I named Court and cause wherein
\ plaintiff seeks divorce. v.
} Pradford County Telegraph shall k J 4

: weekly publish issues.Witness this Order. In next four

my hand and official seal
at 1957 Starke, Florid, this March 14,

/tN tYr.N .
Charles A. Darby.
I As Clerk of Said Court. &
By Marian L. Crosby. Depitj Clerk
Julian Warren 206 Smith Building .
Jacksonville 2, Florida :;, r
7 I Attys. for Plf. 3/22 4t 4/12

Notice is hereby given that the X.: :::c .t ipp
undersigned under r.v.w
the provisions
. of Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida
} Acts of 1941 will
register with
t:.". the Clerk of the Circuit Court in ,

GROWN -V. and upon for receipt Bradford of proof County of publica-Florida. : ::: ,. --,-.--.
tion of this notice, the fictitious r _
name of Starke Mobile Home Sales .
;,- N. Temple Ave.. P. o Box 206, '
Starke, Florida. That kcvn """ .
the sole owner o.e oioo ,Sloe i 0.r.voocot,4,000a.cow. # ; :
Is Jack J. U04ges, N. Temple Ave., 'a .w..v..u..... -aew'roxN roy.:y...
P. O. Box 206, StarkeFlorida..

A.Dated D. 1957 this 29th day of March ..............o .w.....,.... \ 1 County, Florida at strke Bradford r .

: .EXTRA. _. 3/22 4t 4/12

IB The Circuit Court
of Florida
DODGE powe Ga
Eighth .dlelal Clrealt, I. Ad tIJ.
\\ "h. ..:l. .. U Bradford Chancery. County
{f .
Lenbra Tomey Whittington, Plahi- .
[ I tiff, vs. A. T. Whittington, Defen-

!)ttrrJ i\t# t 3rP'a I I I dent-To: A.NOTICE T. Whittington TO Case DEFEND No., Route 10-2065 A. Most Power of the Low-Priced_ 3 I" ___

\ ,,\\ \ : ",, Prklnston You will, please Mississippi take nonce that' Everybody agrees the main reason for I

.._ ,'.. .ae .I.."I(. ',(;. Lenora Tomey Whittington has filed buying a truck is to haul a payload. That r
k ... a Complaint against
you seeking '
1': '!I''' divorce the doesn't make to
Ia in the Circuit Court 'of being case, sense get 1

.., ;.....v.'. ', ...:"t.. I 'v_ Ltii',1' being suit 1
Styled as above. the most in its weight class? Of course it ,

t ....-..,.'. t... .-"1 : J---..-. .....,.- your You; Answer are hereby or other required pleading to serve to does! That's whyso many truck owners

said Complaint upon J. C. Adkint.
ir. ..Florida National Bank Build- are switching to Dodge.

ing before, Gainesville April 8, 1957, Florida and Immediately, on or Dodge gives you the most powerful V-8's ActvdPiyload Capacity Actual payload Capacity Adusl!feyloai Capacity

>> our newest gasoline which of thereafterfile same with the Clerk of the low-priced three, ranging from .204- 1825 lb. 1400 Ibs. 1500 lb.
d the above styled
Witness the Honorable court hp.pick-ups to 232-hp,tandems.And Dodge .

the above styled court and Judges seal of of trucks are built especially tough to handle Facts prove the Dodge D100 pick-up beats both
i set the in and Performance said court on this let day of March
pace Progress A. D. 1957. bigger loads. For instance, Dodge pick-ups competitive low- iced models in payload. Model

8/Clerk.Charles Circuit A. Court Darby, can haul up makes.to one-third more than othercompetitive compared is a Dodge 6,100 pick-up, 7%..foot body.

T insure continued public confidence (upon J. C. Adkins, Jr. In larger pick-ups the Dodge lead is even greater.

w .kh: the sales leadership of our gasolines is Gainesville Florida National Bank Elds' Dodge makes hauling these bigger loads -
d) we were first to offer Southern motorfctta Attorney for Florida Plaintiff 3/8 4t 329I easier, too. Shorter turning radius lets you

third needle in and out of tough traffic in
and Super quality gasoline-deligyed spots a. -

\ to give top performance from higher- I Ir. CI KOTlCJI lt c...:..TO.Bn.feri APPEAR! c..ty jiffy. Power steering is available on most

cowpression engines No fuel available in Letha II'I.rl"jlae I. Caaaeerr.Jackson Plaintiff models, and the extra convenience of a

this area could get maximum performancefrom Clifton Charlie Jackson defendant TL push-button transmission i can be yoursonly

the new higher-compression engines iU Setlft.'1'. Appear Cue No. lI-OU. with Dodge. DODGE TRUCKSWITH

until we offered SUPER CROWN EXTRA. [ ] 1 To: Clifton Charlie Jackson
whole residence it over. After all it's just plain "
and address 1. -
Try full fOSWAKO
business the most for ,
good get ,
Then decide whether the improved perform- You are Jjdrel>7 notified that a .. .
suit for dlvoree and your dealer can prove the
is money
ane worth the small has
extra cost to you. been filed against YOU In the'
()D11 can tell whether it's CROWN. above named Court and caus* and most truck for your money is Dodge. .

c. Your Ed or SUPER CROWN EXTRA for11i41 /I NIt 6U y your:o are".required* or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- 'AM 4ble in low-tonnage and Forward-Control modds.

\ on the pBUntlff. Attorney
1 Alfred C. Scott. IOC Smith Building -
1i Jacksonville. 2. Florida
i and tUG the or1&ln&1ID'n. office of
i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
'- f before the Brothers Motor

I ftTANDAR* Oil COMPANY otherwise tth day the of April allegations un; of laid Hardy Company

( KIMwest Complaut will b4 taken ta eon-
tested by '011-
This notice than be -
each week for lour asecntlve publishedonce 636 North Temple Avenue Phone 69 Starke, FloriaMARCH
weeks tn the Bradford, County Tele-

o T-7-- .

I O --- FRID ; MARCH Z9. 1931
... ..YYYYY.YYYYYYYY.YYYYY.YYYYYYVyyyyyyyyy..y was gratifying to be able to give I -
out 250 badges, permits, buttons I each time a practice is called Dated thIs 1 day of March 1911 .
.. NEWS OF INTEREST TO and Prayer ,Meeting iseld each (OFFICIAL SEAL!! ) 1957 or before the 15.day of April above named Court and cause and Case Na I9-20S9
COLORED certificates for this ; otherwise I
wonderful -I Charles A. Darby', the allegations of you are required to serve a copy of Notice ,T. AppearTo
CITIZENS'OF celebration. We were able to Thursday night. Sister Bertha -. Clerk of the Circuit Court. said confessed Complaint by will. be taken M your answer or pleading to the : John La Rosa, Jr., whose resIdence
BRADFORD COUNTY make plans concerning the Dell is improving, but Mother By Marlin L Crosby' Deputy Cterfc yon.This complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney and address is: Unknown,
pa- /15 4t 4/1 notice shall be published Lloyd Bass. 210 Clark Building You are hereby notified that a suit
87 ttaora J. Shell rade, costumes and other activities Singleton had another attack this. once each week for four consecutivi Jacksonville Z, Florida: for divorce ands restoration of
week and is underthe doctor'scare.W. NOTICE TO AfTEAR tIn weeks In the Bradford County Tell and file the original in the office former name

.............................................................................AAAAAAAAA.... .. .... ... ..-.&-&-&-A-A-A--A-& long dresses Many of and them bonnets wore to their the Holland, reporter.A FUridnt ClHait_!Ctl. Ckaieerr.Bradford C....ty, graph Dated this S day of !larch. 1957.' of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court OB has above been named filed Court aalnnJon and- cause la and the
Mary (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby day of April.. 1JS7:
A Eleanor Walle1'. P\klntlff, vs. (15 you are reanfred to serve a copy of
Saved By The Rain nication meeting. preliminary parade successful District Confer- .
from Clerk
President P. Marshall Pettis D. Walley Defendant the Circuit Court otherwise the allegations of said your answer or pleading to the
Your editor wiles will be held in Reno ence was held in Alachua accord- Br,Marian L..Crosby. Deputy Clerk
apologize of the Fourth Division. All Saturday, Case Ko> 10-207 Complaint will be taken as confessed complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
to the public for the wrong date of the members of this but the main colored parade will ing to reports from the Allen Ntlee T> Annear 1/15 4t 4/5 by you. Lloyd Bass 210 Clark Building
division To: Pettls-. Jacksonville 2, Florida
and time of the senior play. Thisis. are asked be on Friday, May 10. Chairman delegates N. L. Pullum Walley whose resl- This notice stall bt published
to Chapel ,
attend and supportour I dence and address Is Ole Miss Col- NOTICE TO APPEAR once each week for four consecutive and file the erlgtnal in till office
a lesson which I would like'to contestant and entire Andrews has given Chairman and E. Givens. This Sunday, lege Oxford Mississippi. U Circuit C .rt. Bradford C..t,.. weeks In the Bradford County Tele- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

share with you: during a class in gram. The meeting will be pro-held Thompkins of our group all the March 31, the J Junior Choir will You for are divorce heVeby and notified restoration that a salt of Herman Flerl.a.-I.Bryant.ChaBterr.Plaintiff vs. Mil. graph.Dated this 8 day of March. 1957. or 1957 before; otherwise the 15 the day allegations of April.of

adult education I asked Dewey in St. Augustine. information concerning the big go, to Chiefland to take part in maiden name Bred Key Bryant. Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.Darby say\ Complaint will be taken aa

Taylor, one of my most.brilliant Musical! Extravaganza parade and festivities for us a program for the Missionary has been filed against yon' in the Kotlee Te AppearTo Case No. 10-207J By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Depnty Circuit Cour.t Clerk confessed"")\is notice by you.shall be publish

students to go look in the windowcf C. C. Anderson Junior which we will share with you in Society. Director Pullum asks above named Court and cause and : Mildred Key Bryant, whose o VJ't 4t 4/5 once each week for four consecutive
High you are required to serve a copy of residence is Carthage North Caro- seeks U the Bradford County Tele
the cafetorium read the sign School will present Essie Mae details as the time approaches. all parents to cooperate with her I your answer .or pleading to the lina, and whose address is Route graph. .

and tell me the date and time of Scott, famous blind guitar player We are interested in seeing that in this effort. The fare will be I complaint Lloyd on Bass the 210 Plaintiffs Clark Atto-ney 3. (&rthag'e. North Carolina. NOTICE TO APICARIB Dated this 8 day of March 1957.
the play. It was rather dark and and Building You are hereby notified that a Clrrelt.Court. Bradford CotBtr* (Official Seal) Charts A. Darby
singer, on Sunday night every man, woman and child of reasonable. The pastor asks all i Jacksonville Z, Florida suit for Pier id a i IB Chaaecrr.' Clerk of the Circuit Court
incidentally there were 'wo plac March 31, at 8 p.m. in the.schoolauditorium. Starke and vicinity is registeredfor members of the official board tomeet and file the original In the office for divorce :. Lovey La Rosa. Plaintiff, vs.. John By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
ards at this location: one, on the ,. The Anderson the centennial. You can of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on has been filed aa&Jnll10n in tnt La Rosa Jr., Defendant. 3/15 U 4/5
Jr. Hi. reg- Friday night, April 5, at
Lattimore Singers at Ebenezer, Choir will render several numberS ister by purchasing badges for the church. -

Lincoln City at 3 p.m. Dewey during intermission under yourselves and your children. A afternoon at 2 a
the date and time of the Sunday pm.
brought me direction
of Mrs. inRe.nv
P. Jennings. trading post will be set up New
the singing, and. not thinking, I This has program will be given
group made several for the convenience of persons Bethel Church for the
it that The moralit Baptist
typed up way. radio appearances in to the
Jack- to
not .
wishing go -
Red Cross drive. Principal An-
: "Don't accept second-handed sonville
during the term and make .
headquarters. to purchases.On
derson asks all churches to senda
information. Better still, get it have been
styled as
excellent. The Saturday a table will be set
from the sponsor. Information general number for this program. c6S
public is invited to
attend. at the home'of
the porch
please] A small fee will be collected up Your presence will be appreciated. .
at the
Lennon who is a cochairman -
IJJE PTA MeetingAll I door as donation for the class Levy No admission, but an.offer. -
and Brothers of the
for the
members are asked to at- sponsors: :Mrs. Donald ing will be taken.-Louise Brox- pPii.
and Rich- .
Brush. We will have bonnets,
tend the regular meeting of the ardson. C. c: Anderson ton reporter.
and ties,
derbies, top hats
RJE PTA on Wednesday April 3, Red Cross Drive New Bethel Baptist Church"will

at 8 p.m. Win a box of groceries Principal C. C. Anderson has badges junior shaver buttons, participate,in the regular CLI'SIrv
Belle buttons.
valued at $10.-M. Dell, president.The been named chairman of the and little Miss also Union on Sunday, which will be :
The followingSisters can '
pro-team of Archer will county-wide drive for Red Cross held at New Hope Baptist Churchat
play.the pro-team of Starke coached supply ;you with materials: Queen
funds. The board felt that 3 p.m. with Rev. L. W. Mos-
Esther Green, Sadie L. Clark
by "Moot" Chandler on Friday through the years Anderson had ley, president, in charge. All
night at 7:30 on the RJE basket- Hilda Belle Morris, Fannie Belle
done members and auxiliaries
a better job than in are
ball court. A preliminary game anyone Morris, Leola Morris, Clemmer
putting over this This asked to attend. The second
will be played between the Boy program. Bryant, Meta Harmon Allie
year as never before the Red church conference cf the year
Scouts and C. C. Anderson Junior White, Elizabeth Dean, Fannie
Cross needs ;your'support Each will be held Thursday, April 4, a
High School. This game is being Robinson, Laura Whitmore, Glen-
day we hear of blizzards at 8 p.m.-Joan Jenkins reporter. lp
sponsored in the interest of the storms nis Solomon, Lizzie Sullivan, and
disaster of all kinds and the Red .
American Legion Auxiliary Ozora Shell. All persons are

Queen's Content for Post 314 of Cross is always on the scene. It asked to make their reports on YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester

Starke. President Pauline :Marshall takes money to do this so give Saturday at the home of 'Levy brook pruse-size fountain pens ii

is our contestant and we your dollars generously. A rep- Lennon, 738 Brownlee Street, pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford '

would like for her to be crowned resentative will call by to see around 3 p.m. County Telegraph.

queen of the 11th District at the you. please don't turn them down, Thurston School News
Constitutional Conference which enroll today. This is also Jun- In The Circuit Court. Eight Judicial -
We told about our science Clrralt of Florida, In and For
ior Red you
will be held in St. Augustine, I I Cross enrollment month. that included a white Hradford County. In Chancery.NOTICF. .. THE GULF CUSHION TIRE
April 67. The admission fee will Be sure that each one of your project TO DEFEVD ,
The 3rd and 4th grade Margaret Aitchison. Plaintiff, VS.
children enroll at his potato. ,
be very small, so plan nQw to at- school cen- William Aitchison Defendant. -
tend tomorrow night. ter before the end of the month. students planted it quite some- Case No. 10-2099 AI\\\WIRI\\\ SALE "
it is 74 inches ToVilliam Aitchison, 1321
Sisters of Swish Meet time-ago and now 95
'hange In MeetingThe Franklin Avenue, Bronx, New $ .
Constitutional Conference of On Saturday, March 23, at tall, a little over six feet. The York. II1l\VT\ .. PRICED 13 .
RJE children are very proud of this You are hererbjr notified that a ...
the Eleventh pistrict, Mrs. Fan- workshop an interested suit for divorce has been filed ...
nie Sapp, president, has been group of citizens met for infor- plant. On Friday; March 22, our against you In the above entitled FOR ONLY 6.70 x 15

changed from March 30-31 to mation and material on the Supervisor had arranged an educational cause: and your you are Answer hereby with requiredto the Exchange, Plus TaxGulf's

April 6-7, according to a commu- Bradford County Centennial. ItALVAREZ' tour for us to the Museum file f this Court, and to serve 7
in Gainesville. The Special a copy thereof ijpon Plaintiff's new economy1, high i mileage tire\
Attorney Samuel 'V. Holch. 409-A
classes of RJE accompanied Main ,
Education street Daytona Beach Florida -
the The tour was not later than 22nd dhy of
Elothing group. April. 1957. If you fail to do so,
III S 11 OREMen's, very enjoyable for 60 pupils and a Decree Pro Confesso will be
1894 5 teachers. On April. 16 two entered against you for the relief
I demanded in the Rill of Complaint. THE GULFTIRE
plays will be presented at the !, WITNESS my hand and seal of .
school entitled: Ten Helpful Elves said 1957. Court this 20th day of March, : :t,

and Prescription for Safety.! (COURT SEAL) r F, W z New Low Price
A. Darby, F
will begin our
Clerk Circuit Court
ment programs, other activitieswill Starke, Florida '
Doti r LE.T YOUR HOME be announced later in this Mariam L. Crosby, Deputy 3/22 4t Clerk 4/12 .9

paper.> :Mrs. S. C. Price principal -I 1
: ; D. B. Jackson, reporter. I TO APfRMt .
Circuit Court Bradford County
New Teacher Florida In Chancery.
REPLACE EPAPROTEcrYOlll< Eddie Thompkins Dolores Regan, Plaintiff, vs Fran. = 6.00x16Exchange
cis Regan, Defendant. = Plus Tax
INVESTMENT has just appointed Miss :M. L. Case No. 10-2077: ,
FIX UP to Notlee To Appear
Crawley to complete the 6th and
To: Francis Hewn. wbolle r..i.,
AND MEND 7th grade work at RJE for this deuce Is Millineton, Tenn. and All sizes low priced for big sav-
term She is replacing Mrs. whose 'address is AT/2c,< A.T.B. "
VVf School Naval Air Station, MilUnff- White sidewalls available in
Maurice J. White who is on leaveof ton Tennessee.You ngs

absence. Miss Crawley is an are hereby notified that a suit \. most sizes-similarly low priced. .

r pP' 60. honor graduate of Florida Normal of for former annulment name and has restoration been filed Afl tires on sale are new, quality
& Industrial Memorial College 'against you in the above named
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Church News the Plaintiffs Attorney ,
Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building, \
Sister Emma Crum is happy to Jacksonville 2, Florida
C TRADIMARKS. after several and file the original in toe office of
be home again
... months in the Bradford County the before Clerk the of the IS Circuit day of Court;April onor PAUL H. FAULKNER CRAWFORD BROS.

Hospital. She and Rev., Crum said 1957; Compaint otherwise will the allegations be taken ai 01

wish to express their appreciation confessed by you.
for everything that was done This notice shall be published TEMPLE & CENTERS MADISON & WALNUT STS.
once each week for four consecutive

ci AQE4 for trouble.An them. during their time of weeks graph. In the Bradford County Tele- I ,

inspiring sermon was delivered -

w BUILDERS SUPPLIES by the pastor, Rev. C. L. ..

,,..,, I Cohen, at New }\\t. Vernon Methodist .

3 I Church last Sunday. Our I.1 I. .

suk member, Bro. Isaac Kellyis

W.ALL getting along fine, but is still -- .

in the Veterans Hospital, Tus- i .
\ .i
.keegee, Ala.-John Wesley Kelly -I .' '.._ ": \ . \ .
reporter.A : '0 "
I : : ;
great Pentecostal Meeting .
will begin at First Born Churchon : '
0' .
Monday night, April 1. The .:
IN THE EAt evangelist will be a 19-year-old -

minister, Elder Bell of Port St. .

Joe, who has been preachingsince 0", ''," ,
.. .
he was a boy. Bishop J. .
h H. Miller of Pompano Beach Will -

1 also be with us on April 1. On

1PY April 11th Presiding Elder J. S

Shepherd of Bainbridge, Ga. will'

speak, and the public is invited

Wilhemena Strong, reporter.

On Sunday, March 31, the Ral-
ly will terminate at Mount Mo-

Methodist Church, Rev. A. _

l E.riah Stripling pastor. All membersare $ t- ______

Y.a Easter asked practice to do is% their being full conducted duty.- i __ _

by Layleader Leona Royal : -. : )

and Sister Jones. All parents are ,

asked to send their children out o


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..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy... naker. with Mrs. Louise Wood as chairman. ., tr.._. ..... rYYYYYYYYYYWLAWTEY ge Teston in Savannah, Ga.
i Cruce. Quincy Cruce returned to Lou Norman of Heilbronn, and Jited Mrs. Mary Reddish during
Girls' AuxiliaryThe Hisses Gwen Tanner and Jude his home with them after I
spending Mrs. Nellie Osteen of Tampa viaVI. -!(the weekend.
BROOKER Intermediate GA met recently Home Demonstration Club Bennett spent the weekend with three months in Augusta Ga. j

at the home of Joyce A demonstration of making Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp at Heil with his brother and wife. r"- II .

0 j Mrs. E. B. CMtkn Castlen. .Juanita Stalnaker pre- belts and finishing seams of Aj Mn. Joyce T. 2hdcdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA bronn. Col. J. S. Blocker of Fort Monroe I
sided at the business meeting in dresses highlighted the last meeting Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills had Va. and Nelson Blocker and Madison Street Church
AAAAA A A Baptist
AAAAA" the absence of the president. Reports of the HDC In the civic center as Monday dinner guests Mrs. sons spent Saturday with Mrs. A.

Birthday Parties were made ,on the community recently. It was voted to have a Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling of Ethel Mills, :Mrs. Dorothy Tyner, H Harley.

t Hilda Harrell celebrated her missions planned by the fishing trip for all club memberson Bartow spent from Thursday to and Mrs. Margaret Weeks of Friends of Walter, Wilkison will (Presently Meeting Washington and Grand _Sts.)
"7th birthday anniversary with a girls. After the meeting, the girls the Santa Fe River in the Sunday with Ifr. and Mrs. Pete Jacksonville.
lovely party at her home on popped corn and sang hymns. near future. After the business Wainwright and. Clyde. Me. and Mrs. H. R. Barratt of regret to learn that ne is still a Good Singing Forceful PreachingSunday
Garden Club Elects meeting, Miss Ross showed the patient in Riverside Hospital in
March 16. Outdoor games were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones of the State Farm spent Sunday with Jacksonville. Mrs. 'WIlkison is
played by the 27 guests attend Mrs. Louise Wood was elected members how to finish and assemble Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson. -
table lamps. Refreshments Fort Lauderdale were Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. O. J. visiting her son-in-law and daughter School ______________________ 9:45 AM.
Mrs. C. Harrell asslst- Club for Phillips had
J., was- president of the Garden guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
were served by the hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs to Morning Worship __________.11:00 AJU.
aa the
ed by Mrs. Guy 'Harrell, Mrs. the new year at the last regular Jones and daughters. guests during weekend :Mr. be near her husband. -------
Hazel Harrell, Mrs. Loca Waters, Mrs. G. E. Green, 1stv Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins and Mrs. .nd Mrs. Fate Redd and familyof
and meeting; 2ndv. John Douglas: Mrs. Erlie Padgett and Mrs. L. Macon, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. G.: W Durham of Training Union ______________________ 6:15 P.M.
; Mrs. Lucille Hazen in serving i irefrer.'unents Mrs. Ann Kleinman,
I p.; C. King were shopping in Jacksonville Evening Worship _____________.:.____ 7:30 P.M.
and entertaining the | p.; Mrs. Wilson Green, secre- We are sorry to lose Mr. and on Friday. Phillips of Waldo, and the James Jacksonville attended services at
guests. tary; and Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Doyle Hazen and son, who and Leslie Phillips families of the First Baptist on Sunday and Prayer Services & Business.Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M.
Mrs. Effie and .
U Wayne Stalnaker celebrated his corresponding secretary. Hostesses have moved to Starke. Boatright family Starke. were dinner guests of Miss Elizabeth -
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ches-.
ff 12th birthday on March 16 witha for the evening were Mrs. Members of the Brooker Home sie Manning and other relatives in I Rev. and Mrs. J. K. ungerfelt Terry. Come And Bring The Children Room For AHA
party at the community cen- Frank L. Tomlinson and Mrs. Demonstration Club enjoyed a Macclenny.Mr. of Evergreen Church, were Sunday Those on sick IX are Mrs. :Mary
ter. Indoor games, were enjoyedby Howard Wait. The next meetingwill I I fishing trip at Dukes Ferry last dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reddish, Loraine Priest,' Barbara I CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU1
the 15 guests and Alfred be April 12 due to the Thursday. Those attending were and Mrs. G. F. Prevatt and Obed Pauley and Mrs.'Rob Futch. Starling, Roger Padgett, and Faye REV. I. E. ENLOW, PastorP.

Dukes won a prize for blowing Easter holidays. The club will Mrs. Tim Rogers, Mrs. W. T. family of Starke were Sunday visitors Mr. and Mra Johnny Jenkins Norsworthy. T. Nolin, Supt7 Sunday School
of Mr.
the biggest bubble. Refreshments .sponsor a supper at the Cattlemen's Blair, Mrs. J. H. Sowell, Mrs. and Mrs. Leroy Donn and family of Jacksonville spent
.i and Mrs. Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke, Mrs. t, ,
Senie ,
were served by Mrs. W. C. Stal- meeting here on March 29 Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Lawrence the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. II' IIII I II" I I't. .y
Wiggins Mrs. T. W. Marker.I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Montgomeryand 0. J.: Anders.

Mrs. Rom Pinholster) Mrs. J. .K. family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and fam-

I Douglas, Mrs. Dave Green, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore_Montgomery ly of Deland were weekend guestsof
Mattie Sowell, Mrs. Calvin John- in Leesburg.Miss Mrs._Lane's mother, Mrs.-Selma

son and little Joe Green. Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Eunice and sister. Mrs Bennett..
1 Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Mott of Joyce Futch were in Lake City on Green. j I
Hague were dinner guests.of Wednesday to help their uncle and George Griffis of Nashville, REVI VALSTARKE
Mrs. Mattie Sowell Wednesday of aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Terry, fenn. spent the weekend with his

last week. celebrate their 50th' wedding an- Aife, Sandra, and Mr. and Mrs. =
Mr .and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and niversary with a reception given :*oy Griffis. Mrs. Griffis accom-

Mrs. Mattie Sowell attended by their three daughters.The panied her husband back to

Church at the Macclenny Prima-i Joe Shufords of St. Augus- Nashville on Sunday.
tive Baptist Church Saturday and I tine spent the weekend with "Mrs. The Morris Johns family, and I
GET 1 Sunday. John Shuford and Dave. Mrs. J. R. Hinson of Jacksonvillewere
Steve Kelley who has been in weekend guests of Mr. and
Mr. and Mra Joe Napier and
Hawaii for the past several daughter of Jacksonville spent Mrs. E. C. Johns and Ronald Kim- V
months, is home for a few weeks
,with her _
Sunday parerts, Mr. and brel.Mr.
leave. jMr. and Mrs.
Albert Davis of
Mrs. Bennett Wilkison.
Mrs. Wil-
and Mrs. Ernest Russ and Cuba from
spent Wednesday to
I I kison returned
with them to Jacksonville
Mra Ned Hicks and children Friday with Mr. and Mra L. P.

0 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Funeral in services the afternoon.were held for Rafuse and Joan. SUNDAY MARCH 31st APRIL 7th

i neth Russ in Melbourne, and the infant Mrs. ,H. H. Hamilton and Mrs. .
son of Allan and Quin- M
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and ..ynn Hamilton were shopping in
ella Carter at Long Branch on
family of Apopka and Mr. and acksonville on Saturday. .
Monday morning. Sympathy is
Mrs. C. L.
Atkinson in Orlando Shirley Johnson and son visitede
extended to the Carters in their
last weekend.Mr. Winton Parrish family at the
and Mrs. Paul Prescott and hour of bereavement. State Farm on Saturday. Mr. and

NO LIMIT Mra family Claude of Bartow Prescott and and Mr.familyof and Milton business Clarke visitor of at Macclenny the home wasa of Irs.Sunday.Harold Eunice visited themon REV. WALTER E. BRYANTFrom

D. B. Thomas on Saturday.
Starke were visiting Mrs. Miss Geneva Green spent Sunray -
Sunday guests of the Aaron
Doshie Prescott last weekend. with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Sumners were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ( Kentucky)
M. D.
Harrell was admitted to ;reen in Middleburg.Mr. .
Parrish and of Lake
family Butler

the hospital in Jacksonville Monday and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton
He was to undergo surgery and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Diamondof attended Symphony Orchestra
Green Cove Springs.Mrs. Poster- Evangelist Personal Worker
Tuesday. -
Recital in Gainesville last Thursday -
Recent guests of Mr. and bird Clara Miller of Louisville, evening.Mr. t? .
Ky. was a weekend guest of Mr.
Edd S. Polk were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Everett-Burney of .
and W. T. (Pete) CrawfordThe
Dewey Fowler and family Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday after-
and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and Ersley Normans have a new noon guests of Mrs. Georgia Ann
family, Melba Tetstona of Starke, son, Samuel David, born Thursday,
March 21.Elizabeth. Sapp. A.M. P.M.
9:30 7:30
and Mrs. Herman Waters of I Sgt. Marvin L. Cruce and wife : -- :

Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie I Tatum, who attends of Fort Gordon, Ga. spent a three-I
Johnson and Iris Lee of Waldo, the University of Florida, spent day leave at the home of his par- .
.the weekend with her 'parents, DAILYFRANK
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stokes ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.
cf Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum.

Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and
Talmadge Polk and sons of
Mipsi Trenton were Sunday dinner family via'ted their grandfather, IfrGAY'S .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk. Lige Douglas, in Lake Butler.
Mrs. Mrs. Nick Pope, and Mrs. Rob-
Shirley Overturf and
66 children of Newport News, Va. Ed ert Carters.Myers spent Sunday with the Home AppliancesYour EIFERT
moved into the house
Gene Griffis of Fort Benning,
formerly occupied by the Hazens. Friendly
Denny and Darrell Katazaman Ga. is spending a furlough with his
of Jacksonville were recent guestsof parents Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo Grif Norge Dealer (Musical Director Forest Park Baptist Church, Orlando, Fla.) '

the W. C. fis.
Mr. and Mra Fred McDavidof Mias Lynette Dixon of Brooker NORGE APPLIANCES Soloist And Song Leader -
I had Sunday dinner with the Jeff
G Pompano, and Mr. and Mrs.
THE NEW PHILLIPS 66 Z. W. Hamilton recently returned Prevatts and Miss Juanita Fan- MAYTAQ WASHERS,

from a week's visit in
North ning.Mr.
"8320" Carolina and Tennessee. and Mrs. Carl (Bub) Car- 0 COLEMAN HEATERS andFLOOR

Remar Edwards ter had as guests during the I, FURNACES
Tampa were recent guests of weekend Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ar- We Service All Makes
Mrs. Eva Harrell and Mr. and wood and family of Melrose, Mr.
TUBELESS TIRE SAVE 50% Mrs. T. B. Edwards and Mrs. Frank Sweat and son of Of AppliancesPhone

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Jacksonville, and Mr. -and Mra
Mr and Mrs. Land attended Barry and the Paul Dinkins of St. Augustine. 10 Once And You VI on't Miss Again!

Connerly family reunion in Lees- Commodore Crews of Tallahassee Starke, Florida
burg on March 17. spent the weekend here with ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Crews of his family. They all visited his

For A Limited Time Only You Can mother, Mrs. Crews, in Jacksonville .. .,.:... ,,' ".. ....
Melrose :
: :
few : ; ;
spent <
a days with "" ;;" m&d :1:: :f.t: : f\<::i.<: ::.i" ) ; :*:::: <::: ::::;: : ::\ i
the G. B. Colsons last week. on Sunday.The tl \:.
Little Sherry Beth and Sally Allan Harts and Mrs. Nancy 9
Gano of St. Augustine last Keene attended church in Bell on
spent 1
Get A First Line Premium Tire week .with their grandparents, Sunday.Mr. .

the R. F. Ganos. I and Mrs. Tom Norman and Chevy isAmerica's

Bill Hinton and Johnnie Mar I 'amily of Macclenny were Sunday

Absolutely Free. que of Oldsmar, and F. M.I:dinner guests of the Leonard Pre- ; _

Vickery of DeFuniak Springs vatts. _
were recent guests of Mr. andMrs. I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand : "hbfcwdffieially 1 ___
G. E. Green. son and the R. C. Keene fam- __

Beverly Green and Amy McCormick ily of Jacksonville spent Sunday .
Drive In Today And Ask About r recently returned froma evening with the Allan Harts. ;
I '?V* \/' ''f 'C"v.* x *'** Sft'tv'
Wedding AnniversaryMr. J *
business trip to Tampa and *" *>W!?&-3** & *'
St. Petersburg. and Mrs. Wesley Crews .. \,_ &&& s&& > ,t r .
? I Mrs. Lee Green and Mrs. Ruth celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary : %:: r... ., ti SSi. atssx. 'Sbyi :f"vR
This Unbelievable Offer. M riw.e.
Thomas of Gainesville, and Mrs. and Mr. Crews' 59th
Aubrey Hazen and son Neil were birthday with a dinner on Sunday,
recent guests of Mrs. Marie March 24. They received many ..
Mason in New Orleans beautiful and useful gifts. Amongthe
S AND PHILLIPS 66 TIRES ARE,'C UAR/ Nltm Mrs. Dorothy Norton and child- guests who helped them cele-

ren have returned from a week's brate were Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
Superior construction, long wearing 100 J cold rub.
visit: with her mother, Mrs. Mary Yarbrough and son, Floyd and
ber treads cooler 8320"(
running gripping edge
Bartin, in Columbia Miss..yyyyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Laura Yarbrough of Glen St.
make possible this guarantee of protection. Mary, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harleyand

matuLk t son, and Mrs. R. U. Parmenterof
Lifetime : for workmanship and
Heilbronn, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.

20-month road hazard guarantee.on rayon cords ,jf PINE LEVEL Wainwright and family of the
State Farm, Mrs. Leona C. Ed-
i 30-month road hazard guarantee on nylon cord&
bj Mm. II. M. BIcIjae wards, and Mr. and Mra Clyde
Hiatt and daughters of Lawtey.

plus tax and your recappable tire &&A&AAAAAAAA AAAA AWe Mrs Albert Smith and daugh-

enjoyed 'a great service at ters of Maxville were Sunday din-

M Pine Level Church last Sunday ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee

morning. Although it was raining, Green.
we had a good attendance in Miss Alice Raulerson spent Sun-

See 'Em Today. Sunday school and church with day with her grandparents, Mr.
lots of visitors. Baptism was and Mra C. B. Cannon, in Starke.

'Em / held at the evening service.Mr. The Jack Crawfords spent Sun- .., : :... Y .
c, Buy Toe/ay. and Mrs. W. 0. Jackson day evening in Jacksonville with y 2i 3 S .

and family, and Mr. and Mrs. their daughter, Miss Gloria Craw- ,
Ronald Jackson and sister, all of Chevrolet Wins Coveted No other car, regardless of price, .COME IN NOW-

AT Osborn, S. C., and Mrs. Jack- ford.Hillary Walter and family of Manufacturers' Trophy ab scored such a sweep. And Chevy
r son's mother Mrs_McMillan, and Jacksonville, and the Hillman walked th the famous ManuGET. A WINNING DEAL
Miss Betty Wright of Jackson Waldrons of Starke, spent Sunday Daytona,Beach as "best aTay, hands down!

t4 SEYMOUR'S 66 SERVICE ville passed through this sectionon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wald- performing U. S. automobile! The 1957 Chevrolet is, by all odds, ON TIlE CHAMPION!

their way to visit Mr. Jack- the most astonishing performer ever
son's mother and stepfather, Mr. ron.Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp and Want fads about performance? produced in the low-price Held. Best

617 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.TINY'S and Mrs: John Roberta in Melrose family visited the J. D. Sapps at Then look at the official figures from of all this superiority isn't limited to
last week. Cecil Field on Sunday afternoon. NASCAR's internationally famous just a few extra-cost high-performance I

Mrs. Harry Lidsell and three Rev. George Chlam and wife of Daytona Beach competition: for stock fl10d: Every type of Chevy-from CHEVROLET -
children of Mansell, and sister, Moniac, Ga. were Sunday_dinner find Chev the sa- ylindet models right up to the
cars. Here's what you'll : .
66 Nadine, of Palatka, were visitingRev. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pen- 283-horsepower"Super TurboF"11'eroL "
SERVICE and Mrs. Hall last week darvis and Mrs. Lula Pendarvis. hi two weeks of blistering competition VS's,.from the single-carburetor V8'a __ ..

end. Mrs. D'Arcy returned to her Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner had ; proved itself as America's with Powerglide to the stick-shift : ,
411 S. Walnut St. Starke. Fla. home at Atlanta. Ga. after a as guests during the weekend :Mr. Number One performance car.Nothing ":?0' "-is a championship car. 1U5!
visit with the W. E. Halls Now and Mrs. Clifton Smith of Jack- in the low-price field could: touch It. 'Notional AuetMenfr Stttk Ctr Autt Katinf. ST CHEVRDl T_ .

AND Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs. Vara sonville, and the Johnny Bennett
Mitchell of Atlanta, 'Is visiting family of the State Farm.
i them. .Misses Juanita and Jeanette Only fronchised Chevrolet dealers m display this famous trademark _

.Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent Griffis were Sunday dinner guests .

BEL AIR 66 SERVICE two days last week with relatives cf Miss Margie Luke in Starke. L.:
in Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Potts and ..

bars Robert Taylor and child family spent Saturday evening
Lawtey, Fla. ren of Olustee recently visited with the Floyd Kings at Heilbronn.Mr. :- --.- ,. .' .
her parents, the H. M. McRae, and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and '---!;'.

and also the Robert Myricks and11rs. family and Perry Davis spent last '" .,- >-."<::>
Sue Myrick in Starke. weekend with Mr. and Mrs Geor .

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Active Duty Tour Facing Young Men Spelling Match Winners __ I UNDER I ls Baptist Church 50 pet. Mark Hit Recent Mr. and Mrs.Births Thomas H. Slade _

SUSPICION Schedules RevivalWalter By Red CrossMrs. Jr. of Doraville Ga. are receiving

Joining National Guard After Deadline congratulaticiis on the birth ofa

A beard. though a necessity E. Bryan evangelist Junius M. Smith Red Cross son born on Mar.. 24.
fund drive chairman thatadford's .
This weekend marks the final Reserve by the Army whereas if for menfolk In Starke and personal worker, will fly to First Lieutenant and Mrs.
Br quota of $3,200 is about
two days ,that young men may they volunteer for the six-month can create suspicion on Starke from Kentucky this Saturday 50 cent to date. Howard Seawell Jr of Tuscon
per complete
National Guard without training they will be required trips out of town two local to Ariz
join the program begin evangelistic services ,Mrs. Smith said that the petshow announce the birth of a

being required to undergo active to serve three additional i government officials learned Sunday morning in the First originally scheduled for daughter on Mar. 20. Mrs. Sea-

duty training with the Army. years in the Guard. At the end 5... recently.' .Baptist Church. Wednesday night of this week, well is the former Patty Koonce,
Beginning Monday April 1, the of the three year period they may : Jackson Mayor and W. T. (Billy) The. song leader and soloist was called off due to "unexpected daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CarlP.

new Department of the Army be transferred to the Standby Re- I S mission Chairman County H.Cornfor A. this revival will be Frank expenses" that would make it unprofitable Koonce of 315 N. Walnut St., _
for anda
serve the remaining four .
Elf ert who is music director of
rules requiring attive duty train- half (Buddy) Bishop Jr., who as a fund-raising effort Starke.

ing for Guard enlistees will go years. .4' '. returned last weekend Forest Park Baptist Church in She said that a dance for '
effect. The 11 week program will ben .Orlando.! Mr. Eifert has an unusual the benefit of Red Cross Win beheld YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
into from a business to
i effect only until Jan. 1, 1958. ? trip baritone voice thegospel brook prase-size fountain pens ta
singing in the USO this
local Guard units, planneda Columbus Ga. said the Saturday
Both pastel shades. Only $3.09 at
Young men wishing to enter under Bradford
1j with and sweetness. night last minute effort
concerted drive this week tc beards .must have made power as a County

attain as near to full strength :as this program must join in time them look like suspicious He has been in' the Starke church raise funds to help meet thequota. Telegraph.

to .complete their 11 weeks active for other The Elden Mathews [
meetings. orchestra -
at 9:30.
possible before the new orders characters because they starting Tickets are on
duty training before Jan. 1, 1958. The leader will direct the will for
play dancing
effect. Capt. Randal were under constant police song sale at Alvarez Store.
went into enlistees
After that date all Guard -
revival chorus which
40 voices
of surveillance during their of ,
Chitty. commanding! officer in 17-18 1-2
the age group -
two week will meet nightly at 6 o'clock for
Cc). C, stated that the armory will be required to participatein NOMINATING COUPON
The choir "or Juniors will
Mayor Jackson said that supper.
will be Saturday morning 'the six months
open training -
pro- one time he noticed sing revival choruses at the 7:30service.
for the benefit of those who might gram. a police STARKE CENTENNIAL QUEEN
captain in the service .
want to join the Starke unit before High school students who enlist _0 .
fetation where they bought A cordial invitation is extend CONTEST
the deadline.Co. in the Guard may have their
gas. The station .attendant ed to all to hear the messages, .
B of Camp Blading wih active duty training deferred fora John Parkas, (center) Hampton School 8th grade student was later told them that the both In song and sermon. The .

also te ready to accept applica year period so that of not their more high than school one declared winner in Bradford County spelling match In the Starke policeman was checking on pastor. Rev. Lewis D. Halnes I nominate ___________________-'=-_,___,__________

tions from prospective enlistees Elementary School cafetorium last Friday night. Runner-up was them. said: "Such an opportunity will
course will not be
The strength of Co. B now stands interrupted. A police car was always not be afforded the
Students signing for 11 week Douglas Cruce 8th grade student in Starke Junior High, while community
at 118, six short of the 124 neede up parked near their motel again for some time one week Address __________ TeL
program may be deferred from third place was won by Vickie Devrick, 6th Grade, Starke. Elemen- ------ ________ No. ______ _
for full strength. The Starke unit when they left In the mornof spiritual treat. To come once
the active duty phase until their tary. Farkas will compete in the 'District Meet at the .
vacancies after twc ings and "
still has 22 patrol can cruised means you will not miss again.
graduation, but they must com Washington Hotel In Jacksonville on April 13. The winner there For
men joined the unit Monday past the place where they the honor of being selected as Starke's Centennial

night. plete their 11 weeks before the will go to Washington, D. C. for the national competition. were working all during th Queen to reign
Jan. 1, 1958 deadline. day he said. Buyers Sought during the Centennial Celebration. May
Details of the new regulationswere 5-11..
Persons between 18 1-2 and 25
Pole Plan The bearded pair were For FFA Steers
Vaulters Legionnaires
clarified recently a entering the National Guard will I This
also somewhat of an attrac- coupon must be received
"Memorandum of Understanding"issued Dress Shop
be required to undergo six monthsof by
To Attend ConfabsPlans tion _to motorist passing by, Boosters of the Bradford Mrs. Leila -
by the Army. active duty training to be To Compete In ( Mundy before 5::30.P.M., Thursday,-April 4,
Jackson said, as they would County-FFA steer'raising projectare 1957. .
Apparently as a concession to followed by five and half years to attend the Constitutional slow down, nudge each seeking prospective buyersfor

Guard complaints that the six- service in the Guard. Florida RelaysTwo Conference in Crystal-River on other and stare. the locally steers atthe
month active duty requirementswould Members of the Guard who April 7 were made during the

wreck the Guard's recruit- are over 18 1-2, but joined the meeting of American Legion Post PTA Show and Sale to beheld

ment program, a buffer period Guard before they reached that pole vaulters will represent 56 Tuesday night. CommanderX. at Gainesville April 12, the Sell It Rent It Trade II
Bradford School in the committee announced this week.
which have their obligations -. High Wrecks
has been set up in per- age, may reserve JK.: Smith and several other Fight
I Florida at the The committee of
sons in the 17-18 1.2 age group reduced to six years by Relays Universityof members reported they planned tn consisting _

will be required to undergo active volunteering for the six month Florida this weekend to launch attend and take part in the elec- members of the Bradford Cattlemen -

duty training for only 11 program, making six months active the school's 1957 track activities.The tion of district officers. Spark Action Farm Bureau and Soil WITH S TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED )

weeks. duty and five and a halt pole vaulters Jimmy Hobbs Delegates to the Department Supervisors, said that last year

But if they sign up to partici years in the Guard. The time and Jerome Edward will compete' Ardell Crosby, H. A. Lawson and
against athletes from high schoolsall convention to be held in Ft. Low Rates Good Results Easy To
pate in this 11 week program L spent previously in the Guard In Winn-Dixie Store purchased the Place
they must spend the remainder' will be deducted from the five over the state in this annual be Lauderdale elected at beginning the next May 19 will Mayor Court local PTA steers, and invited I 10 WORDS OR L3B&. ONE INSERTION GOe

of their eight year Army reserve and a half years, provided this event. meeting on them and others to support the EACHADDITIONAL
April 9 it announced. WORD 2cMe
obligation in the National Guard I amount ot'time doesn't exceed The regular season for the was project by buying one of the ;..-

which is classed as the Ready .two and a half years. trackmen will begin next Wednes- Smith announced that former [ Two auto mishaps, a tavern I animals at'the coming sale. ADDITIONAL OF II FOR PER BL1AD CETT' ADS ox'OB TWO ADS OR NOT! PAID Inisrornir ADVANCE
day in a meet at Palatka. member W. T. (Bill) Coram is a I fight and a public intoxication I FFA members who have entered mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmVmm> IJUERTlOIU

Johnnie TillotsonTo Bus Drivers Track Coach W. E. Criswell candidate Advocate for Department Coram Judge charge principal were action the in causes Mayor's of,Court the steers in the competition are WHEN IN NEED OF FOR age RENT apartment-New unfurnished &'ar.

said that 20 boya have turned Legionnaire wasa Sidney Newmans, John Allen Size of two bedrooms.
: member of the Bradford Monday, resulting in fines totaling modern home. Couple .
Star In Show !Join In Bid out for the track team, 10 of High Shadd, Dick Smith and Jerry LANDSCAPINGW Phone 134J. deaired.
School faculty when living in $125. Jfchg
whom were on the teant last year. Suggs. E BuY
: Starke and has been active in Gerald Hicks 18 was fined I AND SELL USED FURNITURE.
"The propects.for the team are -
At School HereThe For Pay Raise : Legion affairs for DISKING Phon. Furnltur. eo..
improved over last year," Cris many years, $50 and his driver's license suspended or 43. tfgs

The Bradford County school bus I well conservatively commented. serving as district and department .. for 60 days after pleading Page Shows Sign W. L. THIGPEN, JR.2foz245.DA1ton. OUR TERTII

Senior Class of BHS will : drivers let It be known this week: Trackmen back from last year vice commander, department guilty to crashing into a parkedcar Bt Rd. RADioS REPAIRED ANNIVEBUar

present Johnnie Tillotson, WMBR that they didn't want to be left who are expected to aid the team I chairman of the oratorical con on Cherry street. Hicks said For Fair HereThe PHONE 297-J H eo.bI.AU Make Charge- All_Model

TV entertainer, and his variety out of the discussion about salary this year are Hobbs and Edwards I test, a member of the Boys' State he had turned around to wave Starke Flo. 70S CHAS. C. SHEPHERD gaaraateed
committee and others. W.
show at the Starke Elementary increases for school personnel 1 in the pole vault division; Charles at a school teacher when he cot. Bradford County Fair Association CaU St. fltarke Ph. 23*

School cafetorium tonight (Friday which has been in the spotlight I Noegel 440-yard dash; Van Prer- Election of post officers will beheld lided: with the other car which and the W. O. Page 3c%) PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE --

) at 8 o'clock. recently. cott, low hurdles and dashes; on April 23, Smith announced. was owned by Barney A. Spence Combined Shows completed negotiations' STATE BANK KEY- Get them EED TIRES

Featured will be Damage to Hicks' list last week for the show toplay STONE HEIGHTS FLA. MEM. Ask now, pay as you ride.
performers "We feel that we need salary Irving Covington, dashes; Fred car waa BER PDIC.WANTED for our easy budget

The Ivys, pop group from the increases too," E. D. Jonea told die Stephens, shot put and discus; The meeting Tuesday was pre ed at $150 and damage to Spence's at the Bradford County Fair : Union Lacy Conway Pus Sales and Service terms.

University of Florida; the Model the Telegraph Tuesday as he cited Harold Godwin, dasher; Bill Alderman ceded by a 'barbecue pork chop] auto .was estimated at $100. 'to be held on the Legion fairgrounds Customers.- Low 500 new Installation Bottled cost.Gas Station, Starke, Fla.

Ts. Johnnie's band; Sharon Stoneof the newspaper publicity which has dashes, and Hal Williams, supper>> with members Harry Rabb A Negro. Dah Thomas was next fall from Oct. 28 to Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod FOR- tfcbg

WMBR-TV 4 Country Frolics; been given to teachers' requestsfor shot put.Alderman. and I. E. Clark in charge. fined $25 after pleading !Nov.2. Furniture Co. tfchg ing RENT of living- room Apartment, consist

Cheryl Thompson of WMBR-TV; more money. is also a member of to ramming into the rear guiltf The Page Shows will be the 21 INCH TELEVISION consoles. Ill Mitchell chenette and bath.bedroom Mrs. J,,kit U

Melanie and Snookums; Danny Jones has been informally named the baseball team. Credit Bureau Joins a cal driven by John E. Major? largest ever ,to participate in the down at Dahmer'a. tfchg 305 W. Madison St. tfchg

Tillotson; and The Deacon (Sonny by the drivers as spokesman Bradford Cotinty ,Fair and will -
Dick Smith
a newcomer to the of New York. Thomas testified CABINET and Carpenter Work WANTED-Any information
Tenly). for the group to present their track events, is expected to boost State" Association that Majors "stopped quick" ,and have many ''new'ahows and rides, Small new and repair lobs ac- tertU (particularly or ma

Admission will be $1 for adults ctse to the County's legislators."We the team's records in running the he couldn't stop in time. stated X. _M. ,Smith, commander cepted.267-A, Starke.Joe C. Ricks Rt. 1 tfchg Box notes(now)the about Starke the 8ecneta,5. ta

and 50 cents for children. The have had the same salaryfor dashes, Criswell said. Mike Gold- Mrs. Virginia C. Harris, manager L- of American Legion Post 56 and from 191% to 193 Woman's%. chub
Majors said he had slowed tc Please i' .
of the Credit Bureau of Mrs.
show is for the benefit of the a number of years," Jones wire will also be a competitor in president of the fair association.' FOR RENT .:- 2 bedroom unfur- Adkins E. L. Matthews SOS iSr
normal allow the St.
Starke, last weekend was accepted a stop to car nished house. Newly painted. or phone 32
Senior Class trip fund. said. To back up the argumentfor running the dashes.Service The Pag Shows have whiterquarters Starke. "*
for membership into Associated ahead of him to make a left Phone %18. Mrs. Mundorff. tfchg 2t I/ZZ
increases for drivers, Jones in Palatka. "
Credit Bureaus of Flo t urn. Mayor W. T. Jackson ordered I. FOR SALE Registered
noted the long routes which many "This show comes highly recommended FOR SALE ,Dulls with Angus

of the drivers have to make Station $25 of the $50 bond Thoma? by many who have had L priced. .;. B.papers. Reasonably
Vf. C. T. (/ some rida.The Look at the price tag en this lotelf Road. White, Raiford
having to make two trips. action was taken as Mrs.. had posted returned, but said them play at their fairs, includingthe 2 B. K. Home. Large lot oMkdlKon 2tp 3/U

W. C. T. U. Some of the drivers have to Robbed of $68 Harris attended an all-day conference that the Negro would be on probation Putnam County Fair, Smith I lot.St.The 3UO owmer ft. deep has, a Moved beantlfnl FOR SALE By owner on Griffls

YOUTH TEMPERANCE leave home before day and don't of the state group i in for 30 days for the other sad baa Untrarted me to nell at the of Loop SCarke.Rd. one mile from the heart

EDUCATION WEEKISAIAII5:11,12 get back until after dark, he said. Two Negroes early Tuesday Winter Haven March 16. The $25."If said.A children's day, with the) low low price of onlr Balaaee tfi, 00.00.like room home Attractive and 7 acres two with bed.
Lows Dews Parmeat. mile U
J Jones also noted a recent pay morning robbed a service station Starke bureau was establishedon you have an accident during youngsters admitted free, will beheld Beat. Come early for this our. or house road frontage 110,000.

PLUS increase from $140 to $170 attendant of $68.84 belonging to May 1, 1956. that time well pick up the during the fair week. Smith of lows.with or 4 acre and building 3 acres site $7,000
the edge with
20 A. Just at ft 4SI
"WOE UNTO THEM THAT RISE monthly which was given the the Super Test Service Station Mrs. Harris said this week other $25" the mayor said. Damage reported. The amount of prize a very alee 3 B. R. home. Ills 4 road Prnwn frontage, nhonn- 3000. George

UP EARLY IN THE MORNING, Madison County drivers. Drivers on south Walnut street, police reported that membership in the state organization ] to Majors' car was estimated money for the exhibits will be increased 50 good bode bearing, bars peeaa'..d tree.about, sew 14 FOR 4R4-W.__lip T/"**
THAT THEY MAY FOLLOW here make about' $110 monthly. Tuesday. is a step toward.rnen 1- at $150. Thomas' pickup truck over previous years, with acres U ealtlvatloa. This U Ideal rooms RENT, large-hall Unfurnished four
bership in the national association the amount of or Jnut a home whereyoa Call and porch apt.
each for retlremeat
prize 101-W
The attendant Ralph Daniels was not damaged. being or
STRONG DRINK: THAT CONTINUE that afteraooa farmlac. inquire at 707 N.
and puts her' in a better eas McMahon.
UNTIL NIGHT, TILL Raymond NamedG. told police that the Negroes fled George Griffis was found not determined by the. various agriculture $12OOQ.OO on term 2tp %/U
position to obtain access to credit
and school leaders.DANCE FOR
WINE INFLAME TIIEMl""AND in a 1949 or 50 black Pontiac guilty of fighting In a Starke money's worth here. A REN'T Nicely furnished
information from any point in Get year bedroom 403 S.
'\ THE hARP AND THE Paul Raymond was elected bearing Ohio license tag V743N the United States. tavern and his $25 bond was returned lovely older Starke.home la aboat rood eommaa.3 blocks I -IK Cherry St. Phone Itch

VIOL TIlE TABRET, AND TIlE president of the First Baptist after holding him and taking the Mrs. Harris who was sponsoredby after he testified that he Come to The Ity from sear post office, 6 acres la t'altlva-I, FOR RENT Three

PIPE AND WINE ARE IN Church Brotherhood at the regular money from his shirt pocket. the Gainesville and Jacksonville entered the fight after the otherman Friendly Stop.' ties with over M large flushed apartment, room tur.
15 private
Round -and .
Square :2 bed rooms z bath.
Dancing. Friday Apply
THEIR FEASTS: BUT THEY monthly fellowship supper Assistant Chief Riley Sweat bureaus, said her acceptanceinto Cecil Manning struck himfil't. night music peels dlalac.arees.room ft x IS kltchea 8 x 14.'I I 4'i-T! 383 N. Cherry St. Phone

REGARD NOT TIlE WORK OF meeting of the organization this said a statewide alarm was sent the state came' sooner Manning hit him when he by the Dixie living R. 12 x 15. Large froat and 1 dtp 4/12
Rhythm, Boys. Saturday complete bath utilityhouse SAVE
week. Jim Drew was elected out immediately after the reportwas called Manning down for insulting night, back porch, $500 on two bedroom
TIlE LORD. NEITHER CONSIDER than she had expected. music by Henry Bass and his aad good garage, all this for on 80 X 360 ft. lot, house
TIlE OPERATION OF activities vice president. Other made, but since the station Mrs. Griffis, Griffis said. oar $4,500. On terms. W. Madison Reduced located at JOlT
Midnight to
Ramblers. (Adv. M. ",500.
IDS HANDS." officers already serving include has no phone several minutes had Officers Slated Manning did not appear Jn WANTED AT O>'CE-10 or menacres Palalka A. Payne phone, 13Zf 1f08eley Ave.,

BEWARE AMERICA!! N. B. Rosier, program vice presi- elapsed before the police were court and forfeited a $25 bondA I I clone to .Starke. Mast bemostly 5.775. Itp 41UI

dent, and A. R. Norman, secretary. called. For InstallationAt Negro women Johnnie V. WRGR House aot cleared accessary.or la FOR ed RENT-3 apartment.room nicely furnish

I i Daniels told Sweat that the McDoheri forfeited a $25 bond rash proponltloa. .a1th'aue.'j I TV and electric Air kitchen.con Elks
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO two men got a dollar's worth of Meeting on a charge of public intoxica STARKE, FLORIDA Office space for- real. Over 2,000 __Rt.age_1 adults, Box preferred.44, Mrs. Clark,
and asked to borrow his I 1490 KG PHONE 500 ... ft. la the heart of Starke over* Bessent Rd. ttchl'FOR
HOMESTEADERSPlease gas :. J. D. Doyle will be installed as tion. I looklag Call St. If not satisfactory

find listed below names of persons that have flashlight. When he started to: Exalted Ruler of BPO Elks No. Trial of Clarence Parris, charged :. "HOWDY, FRIENDS AND- .. Is owaer will. remodel to salt mixer SALE-Small without motor.electric$25. cement
them the larger of qualified teaaat.Brlag Jude!. M. R.
it to 17
not signed for Homestead Exemption for 1957 give 1802 in ceremonies at the lodge with possession and transporting NEIGHBORS" starts Monday at 15.J. Lafayette St.. Pbone
Please ...
_ two him around the llstlaga to
the grabbed property
your Itchr
Monday night, Apr. I, at 8 o'clock. moonshine, was continued 9:15 m.ith
a. Marion
mail Howe. all
bring or Application to Gene waiting to bay
your Long, Tax Assessor while the other one took I have buyers FOR SALE
arms J Pierce Smith, PJXD.G.E.R,, until a later date. Parris, a kind of property laeludlag acreage -1347 Dodge House Car
on or before April 1st, which is the deadline and your,J the money. will be installing officer. Gainesville Negro, is representedby Monday Through Friday farms, home ranches, motels, seen at Good condition. Can be
Assessor does not have the authority to accept any after I I One of the men weighed about Other officers to be installed at attorney Mack Futch. 6:00 Sign On and News "lake fr..atage aid highway frost. Co. Brothers Motor Itp

that date. Those applyinng for the 1st time must come to 190 pounds and the other about I this time will be: Jerome Johns, 6:05 Songs of the Gospel ,age.WALL LOST-Orvis Model 100 Spinning

the office. 150 pounds. Daniels said. Leading Knight; Owen Vaughan, Cub Pack 70 6:30 Clockwatcher REALTY Reel between my home in Sara

Daniels told the police that L Loyal Knight; ,J. D. Seymour, 7:00 News of the World REGISTERED BROKER __Ptinn toga! Heights 407-W.and W. KcyFtone Hgts.
_ W. B. Mlselle. Jr. John Crews W. W. Gunter had been in the sta 7:15 King, Itj
the Negroes Hymn the
Ruby M. Allen Arnttt ThompklnsYettle Leonard C. HInson Jr. Lecturing Knight; Inman Green The theme of the month, "1.11- Day Box 466 Phone 487-4 FOR SALE-It

Freddie L. Ctark Thompklns Robert W. Ward tion twice the night before, once i Secretary; Robert M. McRae, dians," waa carried out In skits 7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air U7 ,N. Walnut Starke All cleared. $2.500 acres with cash, house.

Ruth a C. Dukes Hicks Adkina Annie Howard HamptonL. Hampton David Dinah Jones Tyson ordering a dollar's worth of gas.. Treasurer; and Kenneth Johns, Tyler : when Cub Scout Pack 70 met in 7:30 Wither Around the Nation Sponholtx LanIer. pUee). See Fred Old C.
oline and the next time some i 7:35 Clockwatcher Rt. 2. HOT 95. fttftrlm itn
C. F. Padgett I?. Hampton Florence Clark Est. the Methodist recreation hall Monday -' FOR SALE-New 15 ft. Upright

O.Calvin C. Kelly MorganR. Enoch F. M. Strong Willie Plttman cigarettes. Each time they paid I A covered dish supper will be night.W. 7:50 News and Sports Home Freezer, Reg. )44.SS, now SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT-Suit

R. Morgan Joe Starling Starling. Cap Mule Chandler Carter with a $20 bill, he said. The robbery served at 7 p.m., preceding I the 8:05: Clockwatcher only $%1U5. At Shepherds Had able or for two, near school See
P. Callan, Webelos Den Father lo and TV. Itchg phone R. W. Brannen, Stat.
W. H. Morgan
HomerVhite Margaret Parks occurred obout 4:30 a. m. installation. 9:00: 9:05 News Farm.
R. R. Grlffia J. E. Parry more Sarah Griffin was presented with seven Itp
Mrs H. L. Edwtrds Margaret Magyarl Loretta Hudson boys who had received their 9:05 9:25 Howdy Friends FOR SALE-All class china cabinet. POT PLANTS FOR SALE
R. L Clemoni Mrs. Merrill Prevatt Jessie Hardenbrook Lion '9:25 Voices of the City and buffet, double bed, chairs,I. L. Conner, 215 Broad -Mrs. L
J. U. McCarthy William S. Saunders P. F. Goolsby BHS TrackScheIu1e [badgesand attained the age of wool rug 9 x 12. See Rev. M. J. St. Up
Mrs. Maggie demons Milton D. Carter J. F. Hazen 10 1-2 years thus being 9:30 Howdy Friends Galbraith Heilbronn Springs Rt. FOUND-White male Bird
C. C. Hutcheson Purvis Grlffls Morgan Harper eligibleto 9:45 Radio Chapel 2, Box: 8$. one brown Dog with
O. R. Alvarez Annie Goodwin Floyd Stewart Join' his Den. These boys will, have by paying ear. Owner may
R. D. Reddish William Tyson. Jr. is the Honor Roll, be sdiooled 10:00 Kitchen Club board and adver
Norman E. Winders :: in the Tenderfoot i requirements REAL ESTATE tising cost. Contact City
Lgnea Thomas Albert Tyson Joseph Ethin 11:00 News Police.
LaporteJoe for the
Bradford School
R. M. Crosby Brute Tyson Frasier High March 30-Florida Relays: U. for Boy Scouts, and be 10 acre of fertile Und. fenced and Itchg
floyd Crosby Elliot Tyson J. T. Smith. Et Al fourth six-weeks grading period:: fy. ready for that rank when they 11:05 Let's Go Calling partly cultivated two miles! of, FOR RAIE-Near Starke two
Russsll B. Thomas Isaac Reynolds Est. O. W. Bryant GRADE 11:30 Farm I painted newly
12th Roundup Priced $1.500.00.
Starke. cabins
Millard Varnes Oliver Tyson Clem A. Grlffls ,April 3-Palatka-there. are age 11 or over. Robert Ed- batb electricity,
Truby SladeJennings Luke DeSu Leo Griff Maxine AndreW, Nancy Bates, April 10 Lake mondson is the Chief for this new 12:00 Luncheon in Dixie 0 39 acre farm, eseelleat house, good' gasp sale. deep wm well Indude, Jet pump. QuIck

Suarling James Cruger Z. Z. Grlffis Joyce Beal, Marilyn Cox, Claire citythere.ta 12:15 Noon News land, see It and take It for $ SOO.- and Curnlture. Andrew garden tools
Lessle D. Brown Oscar April 13-P. K. Tyler Rt
Wright .. "
Sidney F. Grlffls 00. 1.Bnx
}:. L. Youngblood AU & Marisie rttrnes Alma B. Dyal Douglas, Jerome Edwards, Tom tional .U. of 'F. Den.One hundred Cubs 12:30 Talk of the Town 1I1-B, Starke. Stp ./h
E. J. Raulerson W. D. Dell Moore Bobbie Jean parents, and 1:00 Songs of the Siesta
Dorothy Lucile Saxon Long, Gayle .Nicest home aid grouads la Starke.Jast FOR RENT-Three
D. G. Wilkerson Ida Hankerson April 16-Green Cove-there. guests attended this bedroom house.
W. E. Rhoden meeting, and
Oakes Richarde Marklee 2:00 News as It Is for $17,650.00.>> Conveniently located.
Ed MayL. George' Henry 45C W. Madit
Griffin lessee Alexander April 19-Green Cove and B ol. the attendance plaque awarded son. Phone
was 47J-W.
C. Milliard Tom Marks Estella Gibbs I Tomlinson, Ann Williams.. 2:05 Music for Motoring New homes la .Starke. Dews payment tfchg
Clara Wilson Queen I les at Green Cove. to Den 3. Refreshments '
Green Oscar Griffis were ..
11TB GRADE 3:00 News low as $573.00 for CI's, FOR RENT-Furnlshed
William P. Green Rebaner ClarkB. Mrs. Alma SaxonD. April 24-BoUes-there. served by Den 3 mothers. I as low as $1,85040 for others. two bedroom one and
St. CWr Crltfla V I. Ellington H. Crawford Wilbur Barry, Betty Farkas, 3:05 Radio Ranch .partments. Desir-
Robert Scott Richard April 26-Keystone Conference t.nl.lcatloiV Close in. All .
James WUlter B. Dobson Gerry Gibson, Pat Hobbs, Mark 4:00 News Three bed room home, 1V years W. conW
Benjamin Final Raleigh Cox E. E. TrlestGeneva Meet at Bolles. old large lot _vC-f- ". oilman. 228
Florence WilliamsJ. Lizzie Hall Hersey Moore Patricia Pellum, Mary 30-Santa Fe-there. Recent_ Birth 4:05 At Your Request Equity beautlfal 180000.tree Poi aadshrubbery. St.. fitarke. tfphgKeJvinator
April I-
W. E'arber :Mrs. Grace W. Osborn.R. L. Pisano. Sr. Starling. 6:00 The World Today -**... la one moath. FOR SALE-ElectrIc
Sam Brown D. F. McRae Wilfred G. Aldredge May 3-group meet-U. of ]F. Mr. and Joan
Lizzie McQulre Eat Elizabeth McCoy 10TH GRADE Mrs. Joseph 6:15 Instrumentally Yours Range. Brand new. 40 Inches
Ernlstine L. Eisenacher 140 acre farm, ,
I good hease Reasonable
well for
Ellen Tlsfele Margaret Ray Colley Barbara Bates Terrell Green Linda Sullivan Jr. of Jacksonville announce i 6:45"PubUc drained cash. Telephone
Esta Mae William Clyde W. Colson Frances A. Hurst II I Cox, Shirley CrawfordrLinda Service land that will grow any _Keystone Heights 4194. ltD 4/5
Joe Jenkins Ella Mae Tucker R. L. C. Thomas I Judy Kelley Ray Maxwell Faye Hildebran Don Hillendahl, the birth of a son, John 7:00 News thing. Price $10.00.If FOR

Richard Smith Mary N. Bennett Maxwell. Maurice Overstreet. Thomas Joseph, m on Mar. 20 in St.Luke's 7:05 RENT-Two bedroom house
Laura Coy Dan Thomas Widow's Judd Dave Long, Terrell of the Evening you have a farm much acreage, with carport Completely (urn-
Jessie Moor Homer Williams r DisabilityMrs. Franklin Ritch, Martha ,Roberts, Walters, Theresa Maruca. Hospital. Mrs. Sullivan Is I 7:55 News and Weather motel,.lake.. house or I.... list thewith ished, on North Walnut stIn"

U Fred J. Smith Miller Alfred. Z. Baker BarnesL. Banie Mott Roland Stern. 7TH GRADE the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0 j jI I 8OOSignOff the prices are We right.have the buyers If E.Quire Brownfre.at Coney St. lI'and Apt. ItpFOR 504

Mlaud Bright J. R. Chasteen. Jr. Sarah AUferex 9T1! GRADE John Adams, Barbara Blank- E. Ray of Jacksonville and' Saturday

Isaac Daniel Duhart Bright Chester Mrs. Mike L. Marucca Wise John Julia W.DeSue Griffls Est. Patricia Anderson. Deloris enship, Nat Dankel, Joalyce Graham granddaughter of ,B. S. Edwards: Same schedule as above.. except Hear each week Balle
fad Bright Ruth Taylor Sarah Davis Cloversettle. John Dodd. Virginia Wayne Harper, :Margaret and the late Mrs. Edwards of 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. Dial 14JM. Call BOO aa.aouace .' -before 5 or 46% evenings. Itchg

Peter Tisdale. Er. Franklin Case Alice Strong Ervin. Hank Graham. Linda Gayle Han-ell, {Martha Long, JoAnn Starke. Sunday your meetlag, etc. this I..
Naomi Tiadtvle' George C' Bradley D. Drlsccll a 'U.mee.. >. obligationFLORIDA FOR -RENT-Four room furnished
T. L. Casey. Jr. P. T. Roberts Artie M. Hall I Green. Judy Lesawyer Mary Mobley Shirley Morrison. Beecher Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harris of 7:30 Sign On. Religious programs house, lights and running water.

F. S. Campbell J. Gordon Wager Rosa Liggettee Est. Noegel, Linda Norman Barbara Payne Carolyn Colson RonaldEaves Starke announce the birth of r a until 1 p.m. REALTY CO. JZ5 a month. Mrs..L. B. Jordon.
M. T. Hamilton Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid I Rt. 1. Box 427. Starke.
- Jack Crawford Lorlenso A. AlvarezW. W. J. Murrhe, I Ward. Agnes Watson. Sandra Kay Israel, Carolyn son. Calvin James on Mar. 25 1:00.to. 6:00 The Sunday Show Of Sfarke -j____ Itp

Paul L: Cr wford. Jr. E. Williams Lue Mullins 8THGR.UE shannon. at Doctor's Hospital 6:00 ta 8:00 See schedule above. 555 Temple- Telephone Ave. S83 Starke, y I. FOR-SALE-Used reconditioned only 17 inch H9.85 TV. Fully at

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