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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: VOLUME SEVENTY-EIGHT STA11KE FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1957 NUMBER FORTY-ONE

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Bradford County Commis- teen-age brothers, 15 and
rtII'IL / sioners, in an effort to stem :
jik sion Tuesday voted to send a resolution -
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mounting expenditures which* are :. to Sen. Charley E. Johns
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; pushing them rapidly toward an- \ -, and Rep. Doyle E. Conner propos

other overspent budget, Tuesday '\' ing a formula for splitting theCountY'

voted to suspend purchasing con- share of state race funds
crete pipe for culvert work during .t2" f+
which
would increase the
_$._._. I _. k_ I April and May. Commission's -
;; .... -' "" >", .... ;;.. 44_ Hi1""" share of the funds.
The Commissioners viewed with 4 c.
By adopting this resolution, the
NIFTY DRESSERS in last Saturday's pre-Centennial parade were alarm the state of the Road and
Commission in effect withdrew its
Queen HopefulsTo (l-r) Adolph Gay, Jas. C. Hobbs, En ell Lawson, Jas. A. Lewis; Bridge Fund out of which this c' endorsement of the reallocation

I and Jim Chasteen in their varied interpretations of what the well- pipe is purchased. I agreement worked out on March

i dressed man was wearing one hundred years ago. Lewis' suit was! a County Clerk Charles Darby told 'J V 14 in "joint meeting of the Commission

Hold Meeting; i genuine "antique" with a century of ege behind it. Chasteen was the Commission members that after % School Board and Hor.pi-
only four months under the ; tal Board.
I I resplendent In a red frock-tail coat with pearl gray trousers.
budget
half
nearly of there funds
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Under this
joint in
Lawson achieved a startling effectby mixing periods Gay 90's are already spent I hgreement
Fete Plans Roll which three Commissioners concurred -
I from the waist! up an Roaring 1920's from the waist down. -/ For the past few months, Darby I 4, the commission's share of

Photo by R. P. :McLendon. said, the pur.chasing of pipe to. 1f the race funds would remain the

Stepped-up activity on several I place under driveways being con- w\ ,same, while the Horpital's share
structed for homes .
new and road-
fronts sparked plans for Starke's would be cut to $15,000 annually

Centennial Celebration to ''be .. : 11i about ways has been costing the County .4 4. ,. I and the school Board would receive -
$1,000
monthly. The Commissioners
staged here during the week ofj i : '.4- _- the approximately $40,000cut
blamed this heavy #xpenditure off of the
May 5-11. ; hospital's share.
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The contest for Centennial Queen Ip on the increasing number _.. Three Commissioners ChaIr-
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will be kicked-off at a meetingof 'the of County.The new. buildings going up in DOYLE E. CONNER, Bradford County Representative, is pictured I man H. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr.,

all candidates in the Woman's \ II Harold Norman and Mrs. Jessie
practice of the county sup above wielding the gavef to open the 1957 session after he 2 TeenAgersCharged
Chastain voted for
'Club this afternoon (Friday) at the resolution -
plying pipe to be placed under was sworn! in at noon Tuesday as Speaker of the House of Repreof'n-I I.I that would the
4:30 o'clock. Mrs. Leila Mundy, give hospital
chairman of the Queen Contest, exits from,county roads has mush tatives. It was another step on the e\er-upward climb of the young With j i I I 15000. with 60 per cent of the
roomed in recent
urges all candidates and their years until it Bradford solon who has established the reputation of never losing I I remainder going to the School
has hit
mothers to be present for this becoming_ its a major prerent financial proportions item., an election since he first ran for president of the Bradford Chapter, Lawtey Break-ins Board and 40 per cent to the

important meeting. Mrs. :Mundy Though it was suggested that Future Farmers of 'Am eri'a. After serving as State and National !Commision.I They stressed that a
announced that the har. j,two year limit 'be set on the newdivision.
age limit the county cut down on the practice -.president of that organization, he was first elected to the House Two teen-age brothers 15 and''' .
been lowered, from I.
making girls
I no action was taken. :' of Representatives in 1951 when he had just become of voting age. 16, were taken into custody Wednesday -
Commissioner
Lawton Crawford
15: to 21 eligible for entry. I
"There is still time to enter', In' other money saving effortsthe 'I.:Now, at 28, he Is serving his fourth term in the Legislature, and night and held in the I abstained from voting, though exl'resng -

the contest," :Mrs. :Mundy said, y Commissioners agreed to in- is the youngest man: ever to serve as Speaker. Conner is the third I county jail, 'accused of breaking 1 sentiments: favoring the
t I struct road foreman into
R. E. Jonesto three homes in Lawtey. ,
and advised any girl interested to Starke citizen to serve in this powerful position. Dr. J. L. Gaskins i I new division. Commissioner M. O.
trim hire crew from the present Sheriff P: D. Reddish obtained a
register at her store before 4pm. I 13 to .the 11 called for in the was Speaker before.the turn of the Century, and E. S. Matthews I written statement from the older'I'I Harrell was absent at the Tues
but stated
day meeting, Mondaythat
Friday. budget, and issued instructionsthat served as Speaker at' the 1907 session. Telegraph photo by R. of the two boys admitting the
he didn't "know of
The girl who is named Queen anything
an old-truck which has crimes. [
been P. McLendon.
will be awarded an allexpensespaid I A STUDY IN CONTRASTS was achieved Saturday afternoon when ; I which would cause me to changemy
creating
high bills
repair be
-- -- The homes that were entered mind."
trip to Havana Cuba for! Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious Moore rolled up in a bright red buggy parked..
herself and The were those of George Shuford, Harrell was one of the three
companion. [ with horse to make at the drive-in window In other activities School Board Eyeing Ban
Queen's Maids (runners-up in the (complete ) a deposit Tuesday, the Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Bessie who had agreed at the March 14

contest) will be awarded prizes of!6r the new Community State Bank of Starke In scene below, the Commission instructed County Attorney Terry. The boys whose homesare meeting to let the School Board

Government Bonds as follow ICentennlal pantders pause to pose in front'of the modernistic new Mack Futch to investigatethe On Out Of' County Students in Lakeland, had formerly have all of the additional funds

matter of county zoning of lived in Lawtey, and in the state- the "The
2nd 3rd relinquished by hospital
place, $100; $75; 4th,I bank building. :
$50; 5th $25; 6th $25; 7th. $25. 'building highway property and issuance' A suggestion that out of county to be discarded as the Board mem- ment the older youth indicatedhe mothers and fathers seem con

_ Complete rules for the contest ctt Activities permits. students .toe denied enrollment in bers took unde, confederation the_ knew the residents of the vinced" that they want to go along
at the Commission houses, wh'en he enteredthe
though with the to the
will be announced at the r giving money
meetingthis Bradford County schools _next proposal for barring out of county
meeting Monday included: Shuford home he ,thought it school, he remarked Tuesday. "I
afternoon. ... year was handed to the School students. -
A '
1 representative of the Shoupe owned L. H. Futch. Futch
was by think should stand the
.. I i we by
Spectacle Casting ; Board Monday as a solution to Action on the matter was postponed I I'
Voting Machine Co. advised the ha ,recently sold it to Shuford. I schools."
Mrs. Del Colley, chairman of .:; I.'I Commissioners I I the problem of'overcrowded'class- until the next meeting to
3r.4. # it would be advantageous The older said he a and Crawford the other
the casting committee for the historical talt rooms.facingthe rrhoql systejn._ give the members an opportunityto youth '05. ,.,Norman" ,
.to them to -actionon pistol, and watch and some" two who had attended the March
money
spectacle, "Starke Cen- !! If adopted, this proposal would "explore the matter thorough- ,
purchasing machines now because cartridges from the,Shuford home. 14, meeting, ekplained their
turama, has called her
first: meet- -I mean that'more than 150 students ly.

ing for tonight (Friday) at 7:30p. ""',. '' i prices were expected to i now coming to Starke schools from "The State Farm people have The boy said,: the money amountedto changed positions by citing theCounty'
upsoon. i
Vriiiriirr' I about $7. Sheriff Reddish said !'. dire financial position,
m. in the Methodist recreation t.: The Commissioners, taking note the. Kingsley Lake area, State been coming to Starke ever sinceI I
six silver dollars 166 penniesand threatened at this time with an
hall. Representatives of all church, Farm and Keystone Heights "
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remember remarked
of the lack of funds and auditor's can Morgan -
civic, and social groups are askedto .i -I jr : rules against making obligations; would have to attend schools' in I voicing the Board Members' the$1.50 youths.At in .change was foundon unprecedented the budget. overexpenditure. of

meet at this time, when plans took no action on the matter. their home counties. :distaste for any rtuch move. "They
Mrs. Futch's he took ornament The tax have told them
payers
'
for casting the huge pageant will Mayor W. T. Jackson told the This step was suggested after I feel like they are Starke people."
pins-from an upstairs apart- would be to
they opposed paying
-- be outlined. School Harmon
Commissioner Superintendent An answer to the dilemma wouldbe
he had heard of a I
ment, and ate two bananas, he more taxes if the Commissioners
"The cast will total 275 men. move to divert water from Hum- Morgan said that the enrollmentnext transfer the Kingsley Lake area -

women. and children," Mrs. Colley phrey's Gold plant to Keystone year was expected to be to Bradford County, thus giving )said.The forfeited the rights to any of
'cus-
taken into additional
boys were the said
: they
said, "ro it will be necessary to Heights instead of Starke, and greater tHan the schools could handle this county the benefits of the money
after Starke
tody being spotted by Unless the Commission receives
have the complete cooperation of urged the Commissifcners to and some solution would have tax revenue from the land, H. A.
oppose I Policeman Perry Kite Jr., as they i> larger portion of the race track
all local Since the to be found.
organizations.
Lawson said. that
such ? Morgan agreed
any move if it should
were trying to elude observation funds itiU be that
pageant will be the highlight of materialize.The "According to the way enroll- this fe*ep would be desirable, but necessary
near a used car lat on Temple raise taxes indicated.
Centennial Week il Is importantthat Commissioners authorizedthe ment is running," he raid, "we the problem would be to get Clay they they
Avenue. Kite was off duty at the "The majority of the taxpayers
no effort be spared to insure -- clerk to send application for are going to need .four more County to agree to it. time. Continued
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its success." I federal assistance in planning and teachers next year, and have no Little hope was held out by on Page

Saturday Plans Return To Past Carried To Extreme I carrying out improvements in'I II |place to put them." Board mem- Morgan that the vacated six class-I.

Guy Andrews, general chairmanof I the Etonia Creek and Lake Region bers said that six new classrooms room Heilbronn school can Mayor Jackson Proclaims

the Centennial, announced yes- Watershed. The applcation has a re needed. proved by a state survey team ,

terday that .special uniforms for As 2 Horsemen Arrested And 1 Shot been endorr.3d toy the Commissionsof Morgan said that only two solu- for removal to Starke in time I

the Keystone Kops and other officials Putnam, Clay and Bradford tions seem to be available: To for the start of school in the fall. Centennial Clean Up Week

of the Kangaroo Kourt 'counties, the Soil Conservation I f,'nd out of county youngsters The team from the State Board
_i One man was shot in the leg The other arrested man, Joe
have arrived and the first sessionof Districts of these counties and 'back or set up double sessions. ot Education must complete its
arrestedas Chassereau, was taken into cus- I
and arrested and another I 'I
this august tribunal will beheld the Florahome Drainage District. The double sessions.idea seemed I (Continued on Page 10))
several horseback riders tried tody by Officer Ben Holtzendorfand 'I
on the courthouse square

Saturday. April 13. to add a touch of the wild and I. Assistant Police Chief Riley BHS GROUP SEES 'DRASTIC STEPS' I t .

This Saturday will be another wooly phase of the olden days to Sweat as he was apparently trying I I

the prcmenade of ladies and gentsin to take his horse into a tavernon
"dres but instead of
? up" day,
jiarading in the street, the group. Centennial finery down Call S. Walnut. He was charged

will divide and stroll down the' street Saturday. with disorderly conduct and resist Teachers Push Issues !

sidewalk on both sides of Call Shot while scuffling with Of- ing arrest. .

street. This is being done in order ficer Perry Kite Jr. was Lewis In Mayor's Court Monday, ,

to give spectators a better look Smith. Smith was charged with Chassereau forfeited a $50 bond ,

at the Centennial costumes, the disorderly conduct and resisting when he failed to appear to answer -( Gov. LeRoy Collins' recommendations 'basic provisions of the legislative do not know what form it will!
'
chairman mid.Negro arrest. I the charges.' Mayor W. T. i on education in his address I program of the FEA; a program take," Ingram said. The experience'of i

:Jackson continued the case against I'to the Legislature, failed to have !which is clearly des'gned to pro some of the teachers has been] I

Smith until he "gets out from under any effect on the attitude of vide the funds necessary for the that the merit systems degenerate

Hitch-Hiker Convicted HereOn the doctor's care." I Bradford County teacherr. in their I I provision of adequate school build- until they become based on an I

I Police said Smith and Chassereau -(campaign to push their legislative!ings, equipment, instructional supplies -! "apple polishing" or "buddy, bud-

along with two or three other program which includes the $4,200 busses, maintenance and' dy" system. j

Shine Charges; To Appeal CaseA ,horsemen made an .unscheduled ,minimum pay proposal. teacherr salaries which will at- If the governor would outline* .

appearance at the end of the promenade -( The attitude of the teachers tract the number and quality of a specific system they could either

I Saturday, riding their J,was expressed in two resolutions I teachers needed to provide an approve it or disapprove it on'''

Negro who, according to which would have killed the city's horse onto the sidewalks and causing nasr.2d this week by teacher adequate education for all the its value, he said. i

testimony had merely hitched a i case, was twice denied by Mayor I other disturbances. |groups. The resolution adopted by children of Florida." The High School tea herr, made'

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ride in a car lc.adedith moon- I Jackscn. Kite said the shooting of Smith( the Bradford Education Ass'n. The resolution commended: .I particular mention of the merit ,

shine was convicted by MayorW. Miles testified that he had J.occurred accidentally when Smith urged the Florida Education Rep. Tom .Beasley of Walton system proposal calling it "a

T Jackson Monday of possessing stopped the car on suspicion that I attacked him after being warned Ass'n. to aggressively pursue its County and Rep. John Shipp of practice which we believe to be

and transporting moon- the men were either drunk ordid about riding his horse on the I I program. President Hugh B. In- Jackson County "for their willingness impractical because it would encourage .

shine and given a sentence of a not have a driver's license. I sidewalk. The incident took place'gram Jr. reported that a "sizeable to face up to the reality of full time apple polishing'

$250 fine or 50 days in jail. He said his attention was attracted J'en South Walnut street. i i minority" did not vote for this! I the present school crisis by voicing 0& the part of many teachers :

The Negro. Clarence Parris of to the pair when "they couldn't Kite raid he went to head Smith resolution because they consideredit their approval of the legislative rather than performance of duty.'' Mayor W. T. Jackson signs the proclamation, designating next

Gainesville, was freed under $500 keep their eyes off me." off when he saw him chasing two i "too weak." program of the FEA." The High School teachers' resolution -1. week, April 8-1S, as (Centennial Clean Up Week as Sirs. H. A.
bond after his attorney Mack Futch's first motion, apparently The views of this minority were '
bicycles
Denying N t'gro'bO's on
i The "local citizens' committee said that "statistics Lawson, right Garden Club president, and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, civic
Futch, said he would' appeal the Mayor Jackson said the city did with the intention of roping apparently included in another for their cognizance of the clearly indicate that the requested I chairman, look on. a

'not need a search warrant because them with a lasso. ](i resolution adopted Wednesday by seriousness of the present school amount of financial aid for the!
case.Parris Clark had volunteered the' escaped into a car and |I the Bradford High School faculty
was a passenger in the I The boys crisis and their willingness to as- total school program is the mini- A concerted clean up drive to when they leave."

car driven by Kermit Clark, alsoa nformation the car was carrying Kite warned the horsemen about I which threatened "more drastic sume leadership'in a study of the mum amount necessary' to bring don the City of Starke in its Cen-\ ''One aspect of the campaignnext
moonshine. the sidewalks, telling t f action" if the Legislature did not
Gainesville Negro, when both ric-ing on problem and a search for possible our Florida school system up to tennis dress will be conductednext weejif will be the cleaning
Miles testified that after Sweat had told them to I provide for the educational -
officers that "adequately
were arrested on :March 1 by stop- him "
feasible solutions. a desirable level and "the Stateof week, April 8-13. UD of vacant lots around the city
Earl Miles and Shep Tom- ping the pair and calling Tom- take the horns out of town. I needs of the children. I
"Local citizens ._ who have Florida can easily afford to pay I The campaign sparked by the The Garden Club will promote this
linson. Clark pleaded guilty in linson on the radio, he glancedinto Smith dismounted from the "Most teachero are just as disappointed -
demonstrated their willingness to for a school'system second to none Starke Garden Club, this week activity by sending letters to the
Mayor's Court on March 18 and the car and saw a cornerof horse, and after a few more words !I as they have been all "
of be taxed for school support vocally in.our nation. |received the backing of the city owners of the Iota asking themto
sentenced to a fine of $250or one' drum sticking out from jumped on the policeman. Duringthe along, Hugh Ingram president
was reached for his BEA said of Collins' address land by a show of hands at a AIa cited was the conclusion of ar. Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jackson "cooperate in cleaning and
50 days in jail.Futch's under the blanket covering them : struggle Kite '
!recent meeting, thereby indicatingtheir the Citizens' Council for Better officially proclaimed next week as clearing the property.'
and asked "the boys what thv pistol. but Smith held his arm Wednesday! He said that though
major challenge to thecity's willingness to pay for good Schools that "$169.000 additional Centennial Clean-Up Week. Mrs. J. D.: Doyle, Garden Club
the were loaded with". Clark answered down at his side and the gun discharged Collins' recommendations are not ,,
charges was based on Smith teachera schools." money is needed to operate our Mrs. H. A. Lawson urged all civic chairman, urged all citizensto
that the car was lc.adedith the bullet striking clear most seem con-
of the
contention that the search moonshine, he said. in the leg. vinced they are "not going to getan The resolution concluded by saying local schools for another year." I I merchants, residents and people get busy with grass cutters,

car was illegal. The policemen I They were placed under arrest Kite raid he went for his gun awful lot out of them that "we recognize the fact "U: the 1957 legislature does not working in the city to join in this paint brushes and other equipmentto .

had no right to search the car not, when Clark admitted the moon- with the intention of hitting Smith In its resolution, the BEA threwits that the legislative program of see fit to adequately provide for drive, cleaning up and painting up i help in the drive to improve the

he said, because incidental they had shine was in the car Miles said. with it, not shooting him. It be- support behind "the entire the FEA would be costly, but we the educational needs of the child- to that the city will look its finest lookr of .the town.

stopped arrest the car and did to not a "Did you advise them that came cocked accidentally, lie said. legislative program of the Florida I believe additional revenue can be ren of our great state," the resolution when the crowds of visitors come Mrs. Doyle especially took note
they
lawful anything they said might be In Mayor's Court Monday, Mayor -I Education Ass'n.Deploring found to adequately support the, concluded "we shall henceforth here for the Centennial festivities. of old sheds lumber piles and
warrant.
have a search can't look for real or used against them" Futch asked. Jackson told Kite that he would "the apparent failure program's proposals.' !I feel fully justified in joining I "Starke will be host to more other obstructions which seem to

"Police infractions of the law Miles replied that he hadn't. not have blamed the officer for of some political leaders to under- The merit system proposal is with other teacher groups throughout people than ever before in her serve no purpose but to mar the
imagined facing the also looked on with disfavor by the state in taking more drastic scenery. She asked owners of
to On calling Clark to testify for shooting Smith in those circum- stand the real problem "
and use these" Futch as an said.excuse the defense. Futch renewed his stances even if it had been intentionaL schools the resolution urged the the Bradford* County teachers, steps to inSure the passage of. history, Jackson commented, Nand property which contain vuch obstructions -

search a car, Miles' a Ingram said. .the legislative program which has we want the city to make a good to see about removing
testi-! motion to have testimony FEAto aggressively pursue "
Miles'
His motion that I "The of teachers are been recommended this year by appearance so these people will them or straightening them
majority
moonshine be stricken, but was again denied, The mayor told the men not to course of action design to. acquaint : up
stricken mony concerning from the record. a move,' (Continued on Page 10) (Continued on Page 10)) political leaders i-it) the opposed, to a merit system if they I the Florida Education Association." have a favorable impression of us during the campaign next week.



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: -- Maude Wainwright's farm, used PAOZ TWO.BROOKER ,

Diary the District's seeder cultipacker FRID..UAPRIL 5, 1957
to plant Giant Striata .Y .
Crotalaria YYYYY T TY YYYYTT YY..
were In
t By Sam McGamy for a land builder. We were dis- Trenton on business and

Let's Pull A CinderellaThe cussing the use of sweet crotalaria Bell then last visited Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Mary. Willis in

Dial Edition of the the other day when J. A. remarked ,
planning for the big birthday party has ( you'll take them in to Telegraph the news-if 5. OL,* OU STIIm = that he has talked to a By Bin. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and
lot of people and they all like E. B. Castles daught rs' of Gary, Ind. are
been set into motion. For weeks-now everyone paper office. And you might win.a
prize, too! Giant Striata Crotalaria. He said & & &&&& &&...AA visiting relatives here this week.
has been skittering around preparing costumes, Soil Conservation .AAA.
Mrs.
1 "that field I'm going to put in C. L. Atkinson accompaniedthem
entertainment and all the other various and sun- NEWSBy cover crops has been farmed for Birthday Party here, after visiting with

dry features necessary for the enjoyment of This county has a far more a longtime and. it needs to be Miss Jean Endicott celebrated them for the past month.

homefolks, as well as guests, on this importantand exciting and interesting history BiD Haas built up." her fourteenth birthday with a Glad to hear that J. K. Douglasis
gala occasion. than a lot of people imagine. We Soil Conservation Service Lucian Conner used the culti- with an outdoor party" at her doing nicely after undergoing
have
traced the history of the home last Friday night. Twenty surgery in Alachua General Hos-
Now, with the hour for the guests to arrive More rain and wind, it looks land we own which has come The Board and packer millet to plant Lucian Pensacola Bahia guests were present and Jean received pital Monday. M. D. Harrell is
nearly at hand, it is time for the guest of honor now as it there will be enough down from the Indians: Spanish of Supervisors for he likes to remarked that many lovely gifts. Re- still in the hospital in Jacksonville -
moisture for the crops to get English, Spanish American Ter-' the Bradford Soil Conservation use a cultipacker to freshments were served .
the City of Starke, to get spruced up putting on plant seed withb it by Mrs.
ecause doesa
off to a good start. Hope there ritory. as East Florida, then St. District will hold its Mandy Lewis.
her dress that she will the regular
prettiest so present good job of putting the seed
won't be too much, as rain and Johns County, and +
finally Brad-
monthly meeting at Mrs. G. W. Davis
best appearance of any time in her 100 years. foggy weather about ford Lloyd Green's out. Barbara Methodist Church
this County.
time home. The Board discuss Sue Davis, and
Jean
wilt the Endicottwere
The "children" of the City of Starke, her could ruin the berry crop. a a use of equipment. Also included in Lunz Starling used the culti! in Lake Butler on business 9:45-Sunday school.
residents throwing a gigantic party in cele- packer to plant Pensacola Bahia
the
are
discussion .
What with will be the F. Saturday.Mr. 11
F. Morninsr
the bustles and A. worship.. "Herod.
and Giant Striata Crotalaria. __ ._ _
bration of her 100th As of Fat By d
birthday. guest The berry situation at this beards making such a big com- Steer Sale. Plans will be planting the and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan The SecUlarist," fifth in a serie'Sot
honor she will be the center of attraction, on time is not clear. Some growersare motion on Call Street these days,. made to attend the northeastare grass seed he crotalaria will have with the sermons leading up to Easter.
a
display as she never has been before. picking good, while othersare a need for a very old producthas Supervisors work shop which crop and some cover running to Hampton Lake. The (A nursery is provided for small
getting little fruit. arisen. We're will be held in McIntosh Wednes- early green graz- Soil Conservation Service has children church hour
Most of referring to a before during )
will visit ing the
the Bahia
from far and
People near city comes
them agree, however, that if the question we had this week. Someone day, April 17. There will be a up. personnel available to help on all 6:15-Recreation time for MYF.
on this occasion, enjoying the pageants and parades weather holds good there, will be wanted to know where he field trip to view engineering Dick Ferguson and Paul types of soil and water conservation 6:45-"Dine-A-Mite" for MYF.

and viewing the guest of honor, ads fairly heavy crop about the could buy mustache wax! With- practices, dikes, constructed Faulkner used the District's fertilizer problems. While walking 7:15-Evening worship. The

miring or criticizing her dress. middle of the month. out knowing anything about it, dams, contoured citrus and the distributor to fertilize down to the ditch location we minister will show color slides of
*. *. we'd suggest that a suitable wax study of soil structures. The their pastures. With this rain we passed through a woodland area his recent trip to Cuba. They are
If, on this her 100th birthday anniversary, can be obtained general theme will be how Dis- have been having the grass which had a lot of oak trees primarily of the work of the
she is presented to out of own guests in a dress While that is late for the ber- from any old should come out
tricts operate and accomplish- shouting after crowding out the pine trees. I Methodist Church in the Pinar del
woven out of fabrics made of vacant lots over- ry crop here, some growers remark beehive in the woods. We'd be ments in Soil and Water Con- being fertilized. suggested to Francis that he Rio. Everyone is invited.

grown with weeds, tumbledown or unpainted that they remember other glad to go on such an expedition, servation.. contact Don Champion, the Farm Listen every Sunday to the
structures, dirty yards and other eyesores, she years, when the crop was held but whenever you happen to go, I was out to Francis Meng's Forester, and get Don to help services broadcast over station
back and still made place the other and
they a good day we dis- him
with
favorable we'll be very, very busy! J. A. Boles some timber stand im- WRGR, Sunday mornings from
who
will certainly not leave a impression. :yield and profit. is managing cussed the possibility of ditches provement work. 113012. '
It's up to the city's residents to make for SWarm #

her a dress that will be admired by all who days and warm nights ,\rslPf

come to visit during her birthday celebration, make it tough on the berry

so that when the visitors leave they will have grower. The fruit ripens rapidly ?
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pleasant memories of the city. and does not hold up well for ?

Each of the citizens here can take part in shipping. One grower who said I It
he had some fine big Missionary
making the city a stunning party dress, one in berries complained that the price .

which she can be an object of admiration, b> offered at the market was too

joining in the program being sponsored next low: for his fruit.

week by the Garden Club to deck out the cityin i .. i \ '{ : : :'

an outfit of lovely fabrics trim lots, neat A tour of the county this week : .

yards, painted fences and structures. discloses that there is a large k ,............-
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\\e urge everyone to get behind this one rcreage of land under cultivation ,. > LIs
week campaign, each cleaning up his own property this 'Spring, and a lot of JI""
land that is ',
being put into permanent -
and eliminating the eyesores, so that when
pasture. Saw corn '
young
the week is over it can indeed appear that the just
breaking through, beans,
city has pulled a Cinderella stunt ,by exchangingits lots of pepper, berries, some tobacco -

everyday working dress for a brand new and some potatoes over ..... *
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Centennial rarty gown. near Brooker. Understand there IV1 .
will be some cukes and eggplantalso s
this season. .>tf :

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Another Promise bites the dust Have less trouble with 'old

Finnegan the Water Pump these
If anyone is foolish enough to think that the days, now that we've disconnected I

Eisenhower Administration is interested in the the air volume control, as we

tax problems of small business he need only to were advised to do by a good *Vt >v"s '

read Drew Pearson's syndicated column of April friend. Now Finnegan gets water L .' '
bound every once in a while,
1 to be sadly disillusioned.
but we just let the water out
As Pearson reports, one of the Republican
of the tank, and he's o. k. forI '
campaign pledges pounded home to the voters I another while. Our trouble with Save 111.25
prior to November G was early aid for small[ the air volume control was thatit V !

business. Candidate Eisenhower promised at Lex- was forever getting clogged Save j Q t

ington, Ky. on Oct. 1 : "I shall call for further but we hope that no one will follow 1 09-95 1t 1
our example because what
help to small business with some dozen specific I
works for Finnegan, might not
recommendations for action, including special I work on another pump.

tax measures." On Oct. 2 he ,said that he plan- \ '

ned to ask Congress to give small business 12 Cu. Ft.
Hear talk that it i isj dangerousto
about 600 million dollars in tax; relief." Ap- feed too much cottonseed meal) __ Automatic '
parently these fine promises were in the same to cattle, but we've given oursalmost FoodRANGE' i

class with those Mr. Eisenhower made in his firstcampaign as much of 41 per cent !!

for President when he advocated 90 cubes as they'll eat and it has i ED J FREEZER
cent better for farmers helped to get them through until -
per ( or ) parity onlyto .*
the starts growing2gain. Double Action Freezing
grass .
reverse his stand completely when the chips' Our authority was Feeds Calrod Cooking Units .* Light Touch Safety Latch
down after election. 2 All-Calrod Ovens Interior
were & Feeding, which said that testsprove Light I
1 New Stay-up Calrod *
In spite of the fine GOP aidtosmallbusinesscampaign that csm can be fed in p. Hinges :Adjustable Shelves
5-Yr.: Protection Plan Unit:
promises, Pearson reports that Republicans ;- any amounts to cattle withoutharm Aluminum Reflector Pans 5-Yr. Food Insurance

lined up almost solidly last week againstan .** 1-Year Electric; Free Appliance Service Outlets \
amendment to the tax bill by Sen. William

Fulbright (Democrat, Ark.) giving eight per With so much tobacco land go-
into the soil bank, we've
cent tax relief!to small final business vote netting 52 up 33 to; wondered ing what the owners of the Red Sale Price $21O I $288.70
$25,000 annually. The was to tobacco allotments would do with Tag j

against the amendment. their time, equipment and labor Red Tag S a le Price
After the vote'says Pearson, GOP Sen. AlexSmith available. It looks now as if With Trade No Trade

(N. J,) rushed over to Sen. Fulbrightwith many of them will plant othercrops. .

this apology: "You know I'm all with you, For one thing there has
been lot of planted.
but I couldn't go along. I just. had a call from a *pepper* *
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the White House asking me to vote against the All of vou' people who have

amendment as a personal favor. I couldn't re- 'early records, pictures or papers COME IN TODAY FOR
fuse: showing the early history of the

Another Republican friend of small business, county can help with the Centen-
,' DEMONSTRATION
Sen. Thye (Minn.) stated that he also had been ; I
rTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNORTH OF THE AMAZING
called by the White House and asked to vote Tfutl make* Ui tmu

ment.against the small business tax relief amend- SIDEBy


Republican Sen. Case (S. D.) was one of the Mrs. Carl Brown

few Republicans who stuck by their promisesand f

convictions, says Pearson. ,When he voted &&& & &&& && \

in favor of small business, however, he was The Black Creek Sunday School

quickly surrounded by GOP colleagues who demanded meeting was held March 28 at Save ]].95 \

that he change his vote. Sen. Case Orange Street Baptist Church i in .: .. JftifyofttAll i Save165.OOflj d:
Baldwin. Refreshments wereserved
finally shouted: "I don't write letters one way
after the meeting by the
And vote the other. -
host church. North Side broughttMe
The Fulbright amendment would have
given
attendance banner home with I
small business a total of 600 million in tax 23 present.Mrs. Porcelain ri1; A '

relief, exactly the amount proposed by President D. Peterson of Dunellonand + Two-Door
Eisenhower on Oct. 22. Fulbright's proposalwas Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon Johns '< AUTOMATICWASHER'

the lesser of several suggested. Those by and family of Jacksonville were

Sen. Sparkman (Democrat, Ala.) went much weekend guests of :Mr. and Mrs. REFRIGERATOR
P. B. Johns.
further but they had chance.In .
never a Miss Dora Clark had as a Ii]
the meantime Eisenhower decried the I' All Porcelain Inside & 91 u.... True Food Freezer
,
Sunday guest her niece, Miss EvaClark : Out I .
"futile" and "fatuous" talk about serious Deep Door Shelves 1
budget- of Lake City. i Wond-R-Dial Control 1 j
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cutting, at the same time squelching a reporter Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walker; of '\ : Jet Spray Rinse Tall Bottle Zone

who asked if he would be "willing to do without Jacksonville were weekend uestsgiven Famous Tbriftivator ..* 5-\'T.Automatic Protection Defrost Plan Unit I*
I Washing Action
of the Luther McDaniels. .
that pair helicopters that have been proposedfor Many Other Features J
,A surprise pounding was '
getting you out to the golf course." He told for t Rev: E. C. Harvey and fami- .. Overflow: Free Rinse1Year Service 1

his press conference that saving'"a few millions ly Saturday night at his homein \W

here arid a few millions there" is poor economy. Highland. He received many -l

Now we can understand why the White House useful gifts. 4 \ '

would be oppose ,to a tax cut for small business Little Reggie Norman is in $166.0 $360.00
bed with measles, and little Jimsick- .
else for that matter.
-or anyone RedTagSalePriceWith
But it remained for Sen. McNamara (Demo- list.my Alvarez is also on' the. .
Red Sale Price Trade
/ crat, Mich.) to make the most pungent remarkon Don't forget choir practice. Tag With Trade

last week's defeat of small business. "A Tuesday night at 7:30, and Visi- .

modern Republican," said' he, "is one who talks tation Friday night at 7:30. .

like Franklin Roosevelt and votes like Herbert r ti
Hoover." SINGING CONVENTIONThe

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Bradford-Union Singing 4 t.
i 5 5 .5 .5'2J- convention will meet Sunday, q 1, f;f
April 7, at 2 p.m. a1 the Christian c N4

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Church in Starke. En-ryone'is .
invited.
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FRIDAY_APRIL 5, 1937
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t J-J-J- II I I JJJIJ- Mew Members Emma Jane Canova I
WCTU Presents Gift Plans For StarkeIn

Honored At Dinner \Veds Charles Bush To Mrs. Thornquest A Baseball League
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By Junior Club I : : _
Told To Rotarians
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A surprise gift was presented to i i .h
Over 55 members of the JuniorWoman's 1 Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, of Jacksonville -
at the March meeting of
Club enjoyed a dinner Plans for fielding a Starke
at.their meeting on Monday night the WCTU last Friday afternoon.Mrs. team in the North Florida base-

Gladys Mooly ,The affair was held at the Of- Thornquest haft been a member Prevue ball league were told Wednesday
Phone 35 ficers' Club at Camp Blanding. of the local union for more at the Rotary Club by Sam Zack,
than 40 and the gift was
Honor guests were new membersof years manager of radio station WRGR.
14 I II -%-I -I I --J in honor of her 89th birthday an- of
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III I I the club, Mrs. K. C. Grider, The speaker said that a prelimi-
Mrs. D. H. Mays, Jr., Mrs J. S: ili niversary. I: planning meeting had already
Local Friends nary
Honored t'W
Conners Are By
Doyle The Governor's proclamationfor !
Shuford and Mrs. X, M. Smith. been held and that, effortsto
In Reception Given At Woman' Club Sunday Mrs. Robert Paterson introducedthe Youth Temperance Education ThingsTo ; .--'.. 'rT ; finance the team will be start
guest speaker, Mrs. Colin Bar- Week, March 24-30, was read and J: q ed soon.

rows, and Mr. Barrows, who was, it was reported that about 50 Zack also asked cooperation of
aim a guest at the dinner. Mrs. 5 "% copies'had been mailed to pastors \ T -. ii. Rotarians with "Howdy, Friends

Earrows spoke briefly and enter- teacherr. and others, in accordancewith : "- .: and Neighbors," a local affairs _

tainingly on the educational in- instructions. I Come ;:.4 program which is broadcast each
stitutions and customs of England.Mrs. Refreshments were served at :
Barrows is residing in the close of the me ting. _ weekday morning. originating in

Gainesville where Mr. Barrows' ? the Starke C of C office.
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has a teaching fellowship. Mrs.' 1 I Madison Street Baptist The club voted to support the

; Barrows is a native of Kent Centennial historical booklet pro
Circle MeetsThe
County, England and was.a teacher Morning
i. : ject by taking space for a mes-
there before coming to Amer -
Morning Circle of the Mad- sage from Starke Rotary
ica. :Miss Emma Jane Canova, daughter ison Street Baptist Church met '
Following the program, Mrs. of Mrs. Paul Elisha Canova of .
Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the homeof .. .- ---- -- --- -
Carl Roberts, president, presidedover Gainesville, and the late Mr. Ca- Mrs. J. T. Lawson with 13 -
the business meeting. At A prevue of the coming Junior Woman's Club attraction, "New
nova, became the bride of Charles members present.Mrs. .
this time plans were announcedfor Richard Bush, son of Mr. and Lawson gave the devotional Faces through 1937." is given by this quartet depicting bathing [DEBIC

an Easter egg hunt for members' Mrs. Jack R. Burft of Palatka on and Mrs. S. E. Sparks program beauties at Kingsley arh in 1920. This' scene features (rear, 1-r)

children of pre-school age. Saturday, March 16, in Nahunta, chairman, presented the program.The 10 Ann I York, Kitty Carter and Connie Xoegel, and (seated) I STARKE FLA.J
The hunt
egg will be held in the
Ga.Mrs. topic for discussion was "The Ernestine Denmark and will be only one stone out of'e acst
city park on Wed., April 17 at
Bush is a graduate the Carver School of Missions. Those TUES.
MON.
SUN.
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10:30: a.m.Arrangements. In the production. ,
,1956 class in Gainesville High taking part were Mrs. Freeman
i11! for the dinner I APRIL 7-8-9
School. She -was a member of Register Jr. and Mrs. J. W. Fur- ,
were made by the hostess committee the Little Women, and was his- are made one week in advance. I DOUBLE FEATURE
: Mrs. J. D. Warren chair- long.The Adult Education
,
next scheduled tests will
torian, of the Keydette Club. She business meeting was pre- The "The Sharkfighters"CINEMASCOPE
man, Mrs. Arch
Thomas Jr.
Mrs.
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is presently employed by the H. sided over by the leader .and the be given during the week of
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John Torode, Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Z. Fordham Construction Co. meeting closed with a prayer.I Classes AvailableRefresher April 15. Under a new State Department -
E. Johns of House Mra Don Neel, Mrs. James Chit- Victor Mature and Karen Steele
STATE SENATOR Charley presents Speaker
of Education ,
Mr. Bush, a 1956 graduate of The next meeting will be held at policy applicants -
Doyle E. Conner with a loving cup, gift from local friends and ty and Mrs. Ernest Phillips. Palatka High School, is a fresh- the home of Mra H. A. Lawson, courses in a numberof must at least be 20 yearsof PLUS"MOHAWK"

well-wishers, ata" reception held here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. man at the University of Florida.He subjects are now available to age, although those of 18

Conner is an interested spectator. Photo by R. P. McLendon. WSCS MeetingsCircle was captain of the 1955 Palat- Annual Reports Set adults of this area, according to years may be enrolled in the adult _
------ ka football squad, a member of L. H. Gibson, director of the classes if they have dropped out I COLOR
Representative and Mrs. DoyleE non Silcox. The second hour, Miss 1 of the First Methodist I the Key Club and the All Star For Woman's ClubThe Adult Education program. These of regular day-school for reasons Scott Brady, Rita GaIn

Conner were honored at a lovely June Conner, Mrs. E. A. Yancey, WSCS was entertained Tuesday football team, and a member of include mathematics, English beyond their control. and Neville Brand

reception given by local friends Mrs. Cecil Sewell. and :Mrs. S. G. morning at the home of Mrs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fra Intenational Relations Department (reading, writing, spelling, and The evening school programis Plus Color Cartoon For Kids

Sunday afternoon from two to four Denmark. Pouring coffee from Clyde Sinclair with Mrs. W. S. ternity. of the Starke Woman's business grammar), general sciences approved by the V. A. for eli
o'clock at the Starke Woman's the fi'lver services were Mrs. W. T. Slade as co-hostess. Mrs. T. H. Mrs. Bush is a former residentof Club, under the chairmanship of American history and gov-
GI trainees.
Club. Jackson, and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. Slade, leader, conducted the business Starke. She and her hurftand Mrs. J. E. Hildebran and Mrs. ernment, typing, shorthand book- gible I WED., THUR., APRIL 10-11
The club house was beautifulfor the first hour, and Mrs. George meeting, followed by devo- tre residing at 1518 North 7th St. Willie Mae Denton, co-chairman, keeping, conversational Spanish. Information concerning any details DOUBLE FEATURE

the occasion with potted palms Patten and Mrs. T. H. Slade the tions by Miss Amy Coburn. Mrs.C. hi Gainesville. will present a program on "How and a combined course coveringradiotelevisionelectronics. of the evening school pro- _
L. Scholl had charge of the Is Your World" at the meet- "The Deadliest Sin"S3doey
placed at vantage points throughout. ,second hour. Big pram may be obtained by writIng -

The reception line, composedof Others assisting in serving and program, reviewing the work of I Diocesan President ing Wednesday afternoon, Apr. 10, High school diploma tests may Box 1190 Starke. or telephoning Chaplin and Audrey ___

Rep. and Mrs. Conner, Sen. and i caring for the guests were Mra. W. deaconesses. I at 3:30: o'clock in the club house. be taken during the second full I I 59-J. The Adult Education Dalton
Mra Charley E. Johns, and Mr. ,:B. Mundy, Mrs. W. H. Smith, :Mrs. I Circle 2 met Monday afternoonat Honored At Luncheon The annual reports of officers. will in the PLUS
3 o'clock with Mrs. Annie also be week of every month at the USO program is located
and Mrs. Leon Conner, stood in Levy Canova, Mrs. George Ro- ,. given.Hostesses I I _
the lounge in front of the mantel, erts, Mrs. W. H. Graham. Mrs. H. Hollingsworth. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman I Mrs. Virginia Atkinr.on of Pa- for the afternoon will building providing applications rear*of the USO building. "No Place To Hide"

which was banked witl, a modern- A. Bishop Jr., Mrs. Joseph Warren, presented the program, and latka, Diocesan President of the be: Mrs. V. V. Hazen, chairman, COLOR
istic arrangement of pink gladioli Mrs. Tony Gonzalez, Mrs. J. R. with Mrs. C. D. Williams, gave Woman's Auxiliary, was guest of ;Mra E. M. Davis, Mrs. L. F. Din- Brian and Marsha Hunt
end white giant chrysanthemumsand Wainw.right, Mrs. > J. H. DuPre, interesting reports on the district honor at a luncheon given Mon- 'kins, Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs. Do You Need Paint? I David
meeting in Gainesville. day in the Parish House of Church Mrs. Plus Cartoon
Gladys Ruby
flanked on one side by white Mrs. C. J. Houpt, :Mrs. L. F. Din- Harrington
candles in a silver holder. Upon kins, :Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs. P. Circle 3 .met Monday afternoonat street by St. Mark's Auxiliary at Johns, Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Mrs. J. Paint Your House For Half the
arriving Mrs. Doyle Conner was 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. its regular monthly meeting. H. Ritch, Mrs., Paul Raymond, Price -
G. Felos, Mrs. G. J. McGriff, :Mrs. Regular FRI. AT. APRIL 12-13
$ ,
T. J. Griffin, with Mrs. Griffin, ,
presented with an orchid corsage. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Following the luncheon Mrs. At- Mrs. Everett Prescott, and Mrs.
Mrs. N. T. Ritch, and Miss Annie GET DOUBLE FEATURE
The coffee table in the svunroom ,Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Mrs. John kinson gave a talk on the United Madge McDonald. TWO GALLONS OF PAINT

was overlaid with a beautiful Torod.e, Mra Mrs. Guy Andrews, Darby devotional as hostesses. Followingthe Thank Offering of the Women of FOR THE PRICE OF ONE "The Yellow
Point de Venice cutwork cloth and Mrs. S. R. :Marco, Mrs. Floyd by Mrs. L. J.
centered with an antique silver Wiggins Mrs. Robert Barksdale, Green, assisted by Mrs. Titus the Episcopal: church. Hi-Y Club Enjoys Because We Eliminate The / Mountain"TECIIXIp

bowl filled with sweet-pink car- Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mrs. D. L. Olson, a program based on an Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, presi- Supper And Dance Middle Man's Profit >LOR

nations and dainty pink rosebuds. Silcox, Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. Foster -', article from The Methodist dent of St. Mark's Auxiliary, Lex Barker, Mala Powers

This was flanked at either end by Shi Smith Mrs. Phil Vitsky.!!I I \V.Woman B. Parks.was presented by Mrs. presided over the meeting. Members of the Hi-Y club en- PRICE ON OUR PAINT STARTS AT and Howard Duff
three-branched silver candelabra Mrs. Carl Johns i joyed a hamburger and
Mrs. H. C. Ritch, I supper
holding sweet-pink candles. In- Mrs. Alice Anderson, Mrs. R. F. I dance at the Enlisted Men's Clubat $1.95 Qt. or $4.98 Gal. PLUS

dividual cakes, iced in pink and Demorest, Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs.J. r Camp Blanding last Saturday "Daddy Long Legs"
decorated with little flowers and from 7:30 to 10:30 o'clock
R. Chasteen Jr., and Mrs. Dave evening
nuts were served on silver trays. Paulk. The club is sponsored by Dr. C. J. Mary Carter Paint Store Astaire CINEMASCOPEFred and Leslie Caron
Punch was served from silver Houpt.
punch bowls at individual tablesin The Hi-Y members in a body Plus Serial Chapter 13
Ann Mathews Fetes I '214 N.W. 13th St.
the auditorium. In front of are; visiting the different churchesin Ph. FR 6-7588 Color Cartoon For Kids

' the stage stood a huge fan-shaped Twelfth BirthdayAnn If the more Starke at their Sunday evening Gainesville, Fla. -
pace gets After -
2rrangement of pink gladioli and feverish the any contacting the police, they services. They attended the Meth- .-h__ ... .
giant white chrysanthemums in a Elizabeth (Cookie) Math-' nearer the Centennial found her uncle, with whom she odist Church last Sunday.Prevatt.Campbell. .. -
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how -
pedestal container. ews celebrated her 12th birthday we'llstand was staying, and were told that .. .. -. --- .,. --
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I it that is, if last week she had
Receiving the guests at the door anniversary Saturday afternoon at wandered about a mile
the first hour were Mrs. E. L. the USO when her parents. Mr.I was a sample Hear'the crowd and a half away from his home.. EXTRA LARGE SHIPMENT
was disappointing at the Red
Matthews and :Mrs. Junius Smith; and Mrs. Elden Mathews, entertained Cross dance Saturday night but Nancy Shanbarger celebrated Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt of .
the second hour were Mrs. S. E. at a delightful tea-dance her 14th birthday with a party the
Hampton announce mar-
guess too I
everyone was just
Simmons and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. from three to five o'clock. I for 60 guests at her home on riage of their daughter, Marcelene,
worn out from all the
other
Presiding at the guest book were The refreshment table was attractive I to make it activities -'March 23 As a birthday sur- of Washington, D. C. to SFC Ellis Living Room SuitesJUST

Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. Bill Hen- with a lavender linen Members of the Junior Wcm- prise, her grandparents from Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
derson. The guestr were invited cloth and centered with a tiered an's Club will be Maryland arrived in time for the C. Campbell of Roanoke, Va. The

into the auditorium where punchwas birthday cake embossed in white red bows in their wearing hair all sassy next festivities Games and dancingwere wedding was an event of March
served by Mrs. J. A. Griffin and lavender. At one end of the week to advertise their followed by refreshments 2. ARRIVED!

and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy the table punch was served from a Show scheduled for two Varisty Lu Green gave a bop party Mrs. Campbell is employed with
nights
first hour, and Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand large crystal bowl and silver trays ( Thursday night of last week for the United Mine Workers of
Apr.
Mrs. C. L. Scholl the second held mints and nuts. I Several 12-13))members in the"of cafetorium the club her house guest, Sue Horning America in Washington and Sgt. WE DON'T HAVE SPACE TO DISPLAY THEM, THERE-
hour. Dancing was enjoyed by the 60 The girls were spending their is stationed at Ft. Bel-
I will Campbell
on the
appear Open House FORE WE ARE MAKING THIS SPECIAL OFFER.
Presiding at the punch bowla young people to murfc by the 'TV spring vacation from Southern voir, Va. They are residing in
program from 9 to 10
the first hour were Mrs. Lucian I Starlighters, led by Mr. Mathews. a. m. Seminary at Buena Vista, Va. Washington.After .
Conner. Mrs. Harry Hatcher Jr., Mrs. Mathews' mother, Mrs. V. next Wednesday morning to plug Hear that Mrs. Laura Sou- I Sgt Campbell receives
the show Judging from the WE WILL% GIVE YOU A SPECIAL MONEY SAVINGS
Mrs. Glen Conner and Mrs. Ver- mucker, assisted in serving. sneak previews, looks like they therland has been replaced by his discharge in May, the couple

Men's b have.. another hit on their hands Mrs. Dorothy operator Williams at Bradford as switchboard Coun-- Forge will make Va., their where home he will in be Clifton employed GROUP PRICE! ON ANY UVING ROOM{ SUITE INHERE

I ALVAREZ' STORE ::41 J JI Hear that Dave Paulk was ty Hospital Mrs. S. accepted with the Chesapeake and
Established creating such a sensation with I a position at the REA in Key- Ohio Railroad.Wesleyan.
stone to be nearer home I OUR STORE
his beard in a Jacksonville restaurant -
one day last week that Local fans attending the Mil Guild

the manager tcok to the p. a. waukee-Brooklyn baseball gamein
system to announce that he was Jax Wednesday afternoon were Wesleyan Service Guild, Unit
i a resident of Starke "where the C. E. and Pearl Hernwall, Henry I 2, met in the Methodist Educa- ARE A FEW SAMPLESLARGE N

beards come from" Among Stefanelli and Father Skehan tional building Tuesday night fora
: :::3 : those attending the annual bar- Sylvia Paulk will appear on I covered dish supper and Study

becue hosted by Herbert Wolfeat an hour-long show at the country Course.
his ranch near St. Augustineon club in St. Augustine Friday night I Mrs. R. S. Mullins president, SOFA BED fl 9S

Tuesday were George Hug- for the Shriners ., Bill Tilley I I presided over the meeting. Mrs.
gins. Maurice Jr. and Betty Edwards has leased the Sinclair station I I Louis Hillendahl, program chairman With Matching Lounge Chair, 2 End Tables,

Bill and Alyce Graham on 301 near the Legion hall .: presented Mrs. Mullins, Mrs. 1 Coffee Table, and 2 Table Lamps.
: : fr Junius and Virginia Smith. Jack Jan Mundorff returned to Osle- Wayne Haines, Mrs. Dell Colley,

Trawick. Bill and Stanley Noegel thorpe University Sunday after Mrs. Henry Godwin, and Mrs. This is a Regular $220.70 Value. You.
Pauline Torode, Lonnie and Helen being: home on spring vacation Candice Hixon, who1 took parton '
::: Harley Nookie Wainwright, Wal- I Hear that Joe and Nell An- the study course. Save $70.75. Special Group Price Only

ter Sibley, and Harry Rabb drews have started constructionof Mrs. Wayne Haines and Mrs.
Bradford County was well their new home on East Call Titus Olson were hostesses.

represented at the opening festivities next to Herbert Ritch's .. the REINFORCED PLASTIC SOFA BED
still going:
in Tallahassee Tuesday Mumps are PhiThe
when Doyle Conner was swornin rounds This week its Ducky, Beta Sigma

as Speaker of the House Marleen and Larry Linsin. El- Beta Sigma Phi Preferential With Matching Lounge Chair, 1 Step Table, 1 95

Glimpsed in the capitol corridorswere len Bloodw rth. and Susan Pickeringhas Fogg tea honoring rushees will End Table, 1 Coffee Table and 2 Table Lamps. ..
Dot and Linda Kay Sale, Hear that Mike be held"at the home of Mrs. Eve .

We go through anything Mrs.S. G.J.and B. Sapp Ernestine, Thelma Denmark Lewis, the been second selected class as at a the memberof U of Godwin afternoon on at E.4 Call o'clock.Street, Sunday This is a Regular $253.70 Value. You

... Lynell .
Martha and Ned Yancey, Patsy, F college of medicine model meetingwill
Sorority

to give you good service and ry Hatcher.Vernon Silcox Joe, Mae Andrews and Har-II!. in(Dodd Baptist)' Sapp Hospital.underwent Jacksonville surgery, The 8 be, at held 8 o'clock Monday at the evening homeof Save 6375., Special Group Price Only

Jr., Mrs. Frank Hem- Apr.
John Torode. :Maxie Carter last week Mrs. Albert Lee on W. Cypress -
We often get distress calls from people. who've bought. Barbara and Billy Henderson, mingway, who was operated on StFirst

insurance from us. Della Frazier Rosenberg Shaw, Gene, Ida Shaw Mae, and the valescing Thursday of at last the week home, of is con-her -. KROEHLER SOFA WITH 100% NYLON COVERFoam

Maybe they've had a fire a burglary an auto Leon Conners (Doyle's parents) daughter. Martile Alexander, in Baptist WMUA

accident and June, the L. L. Jacksonville R- O- Dansbvis
daughter meet- Rubber Cushions, and Matching Lounge f'
Whatever the problem,whatever the time of day or night, Conners. Glen Conners, Lucian a patient in Bradford Hospital. covered dish luncheon Q .
Mc- Tuesday ... and ing was held Tuesday by the First Chair, 2 Step Tables, Coffee Table and 2 Table ,
and Frances
we always try to come through with the help that our Conners. Paul after surgery WMU with Mrs. W. B. Lamps.
Wainwrights, had an opera- Baptist
Lendon the L. L. : Frankie Morgan
t policyholders need. Dean and Cecil Sewell. .Tom tion on her eyes in Alachua Gen Mundy, president, presiding. Wailer -

; Slade. Telfair Long, Doc Coving- eral last week .. E. Bryant, evangelist services at now the This is a Regular $389.70 Value. You
revival
been complaIning conducting
ton. Mae and Tonv Gonzalez, Lots of folks have
and Paul and Irene Faulkner ... they couldn't see the church, delivered the message.
H. C. WALL AGENCYFIRE Nina Rabb had one of those costumes in detail when the Reports were given by the com. Save $89.75. Special Group Price .

experiences in Jacksonville Tues- Brothers and Sisters parade down mittees.

AUTO BONDS MARINE day that make truth sound the middle 61 the street. SO this TTS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"
stranger than fiction .. Driving Saturday afternoon they'll do it Station Held Up -

200 East Call St. Phone 146iiepresenting along Roosevelt Blvd. about noon differently ... the plan is to
she spied a darling little 5yearold split up into two groups and An attendant at the Kayo Service Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke
girt walking down the streetin stroll along the Call-St sidewalk : Station on north U. S. 301

her pink nightie, and carrying up one side and down the other reported to police Wednesda
I
a bouquet of wilted flowers in ... Sounds like fun ... Come out night that two white men held 434 W. CALL ST. PHONK: Uti

,' the Hartford. Fir?Insurance Company_ her hand ... Nina picked her and join in ... I him up at gunpoint, fleeing with -------,----
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... 6 6 r V '6 Elks Club Officers Installed I Alvarez Store said Court this 3rd day of April, eraph. Charles A. Darby,
1957. --
Dated this 28th day of March Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Adds More SpaceThe (COURT. SEAL) 1957. By :Marion: L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Charles A. Darby (OFFICIAL SEAL) 4/5'4t
r Clerk Circuit! Court 4/2'
I I Starke, Florida I
Alvarez Store on West
4/5 4t 4/26
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6&dOnatlIN Call street .
began an expansion -
; In Circuit Court, nradford County ,
project last week, renovating aI
I Florida: IB Chanrery.
tg vacant store space next door to Beulah H. Nodine. Plaintiff, \"s.

THE NEWS I its present location and cutting Leon C. Nodine, Defendant.Case No. 10-2111 .yN1sF;

an archway between the two Order of Publication and Notice to
rooms. Appears State of Florida To
4 A Leon C. Nodine, whose residenceand
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"We have been needing more laddress is: Landrum, South
Fred Leonhard returned to his Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and Miss space for a. long time," W. H. Carolina. -

home in Keystone Heights Mon- Gloria Johns of Jacksonville 6i (Billy) Graham, store owner, said. May You are 6, 1957 required, in to the appear above ot .. .
day after being confined in spent Saturday with Mrs. T. J. The Alvarez Store has been doing named Court and cause wherein 100 CUSTOMERS
Bradford for the Griffin, Miss Annie Darby, and plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration -
County Hospital e. business in the same location for of former name.
past two weeks. Mrs. Carrie Ritch. r 3F. 62 Bradford County Telegraph shall ',
years.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand Graham said he plans to movea weekly publish Issues.this Order In next four IN STARKE

son, Roger, visited Mr. and Mrs.J. daughters spent the weekendat L ; j large part of,the.stock into the' seal Witness lat( Starke my ,hand Florida and, this official 28th .

N. Raulerson in Gainesvilleon Horseshoe. YY additional space and close in .the day of :March, 1957.
Sunday. Roberth Firth and son, Barry, street doorway to the room, Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Jesse Moore of Douglas, Ga. was were in Marysville, Tenn. on
making the door to the present By Marlon L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
visiting Mr.- and Mrs. I. G. Har- business the past weekend.Mr. store the only entrance.Founder's Chas. R. Hess, 204--05 Guaranty Life
ris Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Jack DuMars Building Jacksonville, Fla. .
Attys. for Plf. -15It 4/26.
},Ir, and Mrs. W. T. Jordan of i 'ihrjl as gutjsts Wednesday to -
their' of last week, Miss Aida Day BOTTLED GAS
Shreveport, La. are visiting Saturday In Cireult Court Iti>ndf rd County,
daughter, Mrs. J. P. Holton and Tatom of the State Teacher's Newly elected officers of the Elks Club who were installed Floridat In- Chancery,
A Founders' Day hon- .
her fiance program Barbara M.: Palmieri. "Plalnirf"S..
Ala. and -
family this week. College, Troy, ,Monday night are, Irlike Gilhooly, chaplain; Carl Roberts/ Inner oring past presidents, will be held Joseph J. .Palmieri, Defendant.
:Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gaines- Charlie Jennett of Goshen, Case No. 10-2063
with Guard; Inman Green secretary; Robert Green, past Exalted Ruler; at the regular Starke Elementary Order of Pul>liitiou: and Notice to 7.50 PER- BOTTLE
ville is this week .
her daughter spending, Mrs. Seeber Good- Ala.Mrs.. Ruby Johns will return Jerome Johns, Esteemed Leading Knight; Kenneth C. Johns, Tyler; PTA meeting, next Tuesday eve- Joseph.Appear J.!Mate Palmieri of Florida, whose tot residence -
at 7:30 o'clock in the Cafe-
ning
man, and family.Don't today after ten days in Savan- J. D. Dojle, Exalted Ruler; Harry Rabb, Esquire; O.wen Vaughn, and address= is: 232 Leonard No Installation Charge
torium. An election of officers Street, Brooklyn, New York.
fail to see "New Faces nah, Ga. attending the Merl NOr- Esteemed Loyal Knight; Bobby McRae, treasurer, and J. D. Seymour, also be held. You are required to appear on .
Thru 1957." FJementary Cafetori- man School.Mr. ]I Esteemed Lecturing KnIght. :jwill I May 6. 1957Jn the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
um. April 12-13, 8 p. m. Benefit and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. seeks divorce, care, custody and

Community Swimming Pool.Sponsored spent Wednesday in Atlanta on Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and i H. B. Durden Receives NOTICE OF LF.OISL\TIO\ control of minor child.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Bradford County Telegraph shall CALL JOE SHAWLake
1V'oman'sClub. trip.
by Junior business and pleasure visited the Foster
a family Stephen Notice is hereby given of intentionto publish this Order in next four
Misses Sara Barefoot and Gaile Memorial on Sunday.Mrs. Honor At CitadelCadet apply to the Current Session of weekly issues.
spent the I the Florida Legislature for passage Witness my hand and official
Den of Jacksonville R. L. Lawson and chil-
sehl at Starke. Florida, this 3rd
of
an act requiring a franchise! from Butler Bottled Gas Co.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.1 dren spent the past,week in Pine- H. B. Durden, son of the City of Starke to supply elec- day of April. 1957. r
Charles Dinkins.Mr. I ville with Mrs. Lawson's :Mr. and Mrs. H. A.. Durden of tricity in any annexed Urea to said (OFFICIAL SEAL)
I MoredockJr. Ky. city, providing, however, no fran- Charles A. Darby, Ph. HYATT 6.2731 Lake Butler, Fla.
and Mrs. H. E. i. father, James Miller, who has Jacksonville Beach, was recently chose shall be required to supply As Clerk of Said Court
of Miami were Sunday visit- ,I been ill. selected as a Summerall Guards- persons, firms or corporations actually -. Ry :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

FLORIDA cam of Mrs. J. E. Wilson while |i,I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams I man for 1957-58 at The Citadel, within receiving the annexed electrical area at service the Martin Jacksonville J. Pearl 2,,FloridaAttys. 206 Smith Building

enroute to Tallahassee.Mr. were visiting relatives in Orange II I Charleston, S C., where he is a time of annexation. for Plf. 4/3 4t 4/26
French cadet and member of Dated this 3rd day of April, 1957.
Mrs. Larry corporal a
and weekend.Mr. .
the
Park over IIICarl Johns, City Clerk NOTICE APPEAR
THEATRESAT. E and children, and Mrs. Mildred and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and I the Junior Class. City of SKarke, Florida In Circuit Court. Bradford County, ATTENTION

J Courtney of Glen Mills Pa. were son, Sonny, were hosts to the Selection for the crack drill 1tIn Mary Florida Bennett.la- Plaintiff Chancery.vs. Conrad__n___
weekend guests of Col. and Mrs.T. Johnny Tillotson variety show team is based on the cadet's The Circuit Court. Eighth Jndleal. Lee Bennett, Defendant BROTHERS OF THE BRUSH
sharpness in marching and in the Circuit of Florida IB and For Case No. 10-2113
APRIL 6 T. Long. troup Friday evening before and Bradford County. In :Settee To AppearTo
Rev. W. S. McAliley attendedthe I after their performance at the rifle manual. He is majoring in Ricardo Aure, Plaintiff, vs.fhanrrrr.Perpetua Conrad Lee Bennett, whose SISTERS OF THE SWISH
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE funeral of his aunt, Mrs. A.I school Cafetorium. civil engineering and is a gradu- Aure, Defendant Case No. 10-2117 I I Avenue residence, Port and address is: 17 Central
I NOTICK Jefferson, New York.
At R. McAliley of Pelham Manor Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller ate of Fletcher High School, To: Perpetua TO Aure DEFKM, Asis Mendez You are hereby notified that a suit Join The Fun Win A Prize

"Jesse James Bay"Starring N. Y., which was held in Chester, .I and Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin and Jacksonville Beach. Munez You Cavite, Philippine Islands. for divorce of minor, care children, custody has been and filed control *
I are hereby notified that a
Roy Rogers S. C. on Sunday afternoon. I children of the State Farm spent Cadet Durden is the grandsonof suit for divorce has been filed against you In the above named TEN DOLLARSFor
DAILY SPECIAL SMOKED in Jacksonville visitingMr. Mrs. A. A. Durden and Mr. against you in the above entitled Court aM cause and you are required -
PLUS Sunday cause; and you are hereby to serve a copy of your answer -
required
DIN
and Mrs. J. H Ritch
CHICKEN of Starke.
BARBECUED and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley. to file your Answer with the Clerkof or pleading to complaint on the Three Best Jokes or Stories on "WHISKERS"1st
Chicken smoked over. this Court, and to the Plaintiffs Attorney Carl O.
Mr.
NER, $1.50. Mrs. F. F. Stump visited serve a copy
Swanson
"He Laughed Last"Laine house.Barry's thereof upon Plaintiff's Attorney, 109 Law Exchange Puild-
smoke I
hickory logs in our and Mrs. William H. ThomsonJr. Samuel V. Holch, 409-A Main Street ing, Jacksonville 2, Florida and file Prize $5. 2nd Prize $3 3rd Prize -$2
Restaurant, 3 1-2 miles I Daytona Reach the original In the office of
and family in Monticello the Florida not later the .
and Marlowe U. S. Highway than 6th day of May, 1957. If you Clerk of the Circuit Court on or _
Starke on
of
South first of the week. iii ntt fail to do so, a Decree Pro Confessowill before the 6th day of May 1957otherwise :
"Go Fly A Kite" Cartoon 301. Tt'lephoneInw.. Boxed the be entered the allegations
I I Miss Jean Mundy spent against you for the of said
Complaint will CONTEST RULES EASY TO ENTER!
be -
: relief demanded in the Pill of Com- taken as con-
out.
Chapter No. 9 Serial Dinner to take weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lex .t plaint. fessed by you.

Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie Bargley and family in Ocala. I WITNESS my hand and seal off once This each notice week shall be published 1. Just send in a joke or humorous story, about whiskers

Darby, and Mrs. Carrie Ritch Mrs. Carl. Roberts attended the I f i_ weeks In the Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- I (Brush to you). Write on one side of page, and make as

SUN., MON., TUES., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. State convention of Alpha Omicron i brief as possible. .

APRIL 7-8-9 M. Griffin in Waldo on Sunday.Mr. Pi in Gainesville last week- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar James Ra- '" I 2. Enter as many jokes or stories as you wish.
and Mrs. Jack Bohner of { HEALTH
I fuse of Maxville a Oscar FACTS
Birmingham. Mich. spent several end.Mr. Chase and son I 3. All entries will be judged on the basis of originalty (and a
and Mrs. Alvin
James Rafuse Jr., Mar. 30, Brad- A
good laugh) by, the problem committee.
i days last week with Mr. and I children and Mrs. Adaline Chaseof ford County Hospital.Mr. High blood pressure cases I respond

ttittc ncw Mrs. R. E. Firth. South Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. Joseph Wright of r' very the Chiropractor readily to Chiropractic removes the iTSS I 4. Entries_ : be postmarked not later than midnight, April

OM3571PLUS Dal DuMars is visiting his Mrs. Etta Hoover Saturday Starke, a daughter, Donna Sue, ;.;, the nenous system controls each 15, 1957, and none will be returned.

grandmother, Mrs. M. Tatom, in afternoon. Mar. 31, Bradford County Hos ;::4.;, t of the body, a pressure the function
on spinal 5. All entries become the property of the unofficial Problem
?
this week. SMOKED > t
Greenwood, Fla. DAILY SPECIAL : nenes can cause
high blood
!
pital.Mr. pressure .' Committee, Brothers of the Brush.!
Dr. and Mrs. James Krygierof ', BARBECUED CHICKEN DINNER and Mrs. Arlie J. Dobbs of well as many other disorders.

Wilmington, Dela. were overnight $1.50. Chicken smoked over Lawtey announce the birth of a The decisions of the Judges will be final.

guests Tuesday of last hickory logs in our smoke house, daughter, Sandra Gale, on April Below Is Such A Case

week of Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long Barry's Restaurant, 3 1-2 miles 1, in Doctors Hospital.HISTORICAL Patient, age 65, with blood Address All Entries to .
home from Miami. U. pressure often a'i P. O. Box 823-B Starke, Florida
while enroute I 1 I South of Starke on S. Highway 260. Patient complained of -
!, .. fatigue nervousness and dizziness.a9
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McAliley of 301. Tt'lephoneInw.. Boxed BOOKLET Under Chiropractic care the symptoms subsided and blood HURRY: CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 15, 1937
Chester. S. C. are visiting Rev. Dinner to take out. CLOSING DATE NEAR sure reduced about 100 points. For real vibrant pres-
.wJ t and Mrs. W. S. McAliley. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriffJr. your Chiropractor first health, see Comb Your Brush and Think Hard. Winners will be announcedin

Don't fail to see "New Faces attended the District Post- John A. Torode, chairman of a future edition of The Telegraph.
r I
II Thru 1957." Elementary in the Centennial historical booklet,
I cafetori-I master Assn. dinner meeting
H.
i um. April 12-13, 8 p. I Hawthorne on Sunday.I states that the deadline for plac- G. BOLLINGER, CHIROPRACTOR LONG BRIDGE PACKAGE STORE

Community Swimming Pool.Spon..ored and Mrs. L. D. Vining ing advertisements in the booklet

"Topsy Turvy Thrills" by Junior Woman's I spent the weekend in Valdosta, will be this weekend. It has been 426 N. WALNUT STARKE, FLA. Jl Miles Enroute From Starke To Lake On Butler Highway 100

(Short) I' Ga. visiting Mr. Vining's sister. impossible to see everyone to .

"Park Avenue Pussy Cat"In Club.Mr.. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch of Mrs. Walter Timmerman who was solicit advertising, Mr. Torode I.I
Miami were here last Friday ccnfrned in a hospital there says, and he asks that anyone -

Cinemascope visiting their parents, Mrs. Carrie with a broken hip. who has, not been seen and who

I Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Jewel Faulk and childrenof would like an ad in the book call

WED., THUR., APRIL 10-11'' Green. I Jacksonville spent the weekend him at 84 before Saturday. FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEStarke

s Mr. and Mrs. :Mallory ThomasJr. with her parents, Mr. and \

and son of Lakeland spent 'I Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. The Faulk

''ct\MS\ f.'S lIm. 11 11IAG" the weekend with :Mrs.: Thomas twins returned home with their Florida i

? Sr.Mr. mother after spending two months
and Mrs. J. J. Moore and with their grandparents.Mrs. .
psron ::- Statement of Condition Condensed from
family of Waycross, Ga. were .
D. I.
VAN JOHNSON i I Ames and son
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez -
-- I j George DoBell, of -
I Minneapolis,
ANN BLYTH on Sunday. :, Minn were visiting Mrs. Carrie Report to Comptroller March 14, 1957 .

f, STEVE COCHRAN I Ward and other friends here on .
I Tuesday.Mr. I .
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of Denver, Colo. were Wednes-

FRIENDLY I day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Williams. and Discounts -
$1,007,042.92
Gnmt -- STOP i

MARJORIE RAMBEAU ; _"- II Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sanford Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures .
13,916.99
Round and Square and son of Jacksonville were Sun- .
RICHARD .
day evening visitors of Mr. and I Prepaid Expenses
EYER
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1,66x..7Other
a' DANCING Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. _
I?'_--:;::-"- -..:-,," I Mrs. T. Q. Feamster and granddaughter I Resources ,
t- Every Fri. & Sat. Night 753.42

PLUS Friday Night Music By I to their. Deborah home, have in Newport returned -, CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Accrued Interest and Income Receivable $ 18,837.76 :-. I

"Faster And Faster" News, Va. after {. .
I two weeks' visit .
U. S. '
(Special) Dixie Rhythm Boys with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink Government Securities -2,.096--(-,077- ..RK **"' .- -- I_
"The resort season is at hand.

"Tennis Chumps" Cartoon Saturday Night and .family.Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Ritch were We have but three short Florida County and Municipal Bonds 244,506.39PO, -"f" j:- '

COMING VERY SOON FREE BARBQMusic visiting Dr.' and Mrs. Bryant S. months in which to show a. Cash On Hand and Due From Banks 718,386.08 -\ .T: i y' I 3077808.08.

Carroll in their home profit. If fire, windstorm .
new on
or''
By Midnite Ramblers _,_ _. '
"GIANT"I White Sand Lake on Sunday. other mishap were to put us :'
Adm. $1.50 Couple .I
I out of business for even one

Lawtey Pupils Set month, we would be financially 4 -. _- : ..':-- -'_ $4,101,186.68

Musical Program"Spring sunk. Is Business Inter- .- .1f--. ,

USETuxedo ruption insurance the an. .' -, ,
LIABILITIESCapital
Song Festival," a mu- swer. .
I '
sical program and operetta, will I ,
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be i presented at the Lawtey Junior Stock $150,000.00 ,
FeedsFor ., .
High auditorium Friday evening, Charley E. Johns Surplus' 150,000.00 ,

Apr. 12, at 8 o'clock by the ,pupils -
.
Undivided Profits '-- ,
of Miss BeUina Estes' 6th 28,319.03 : $ 328,319.03
'
grade class and Mrs. Elizabeth' & Son AgencyPhone Reserve For Contingencies ,

FAST GROWING Eubanks' opportunity class. 97,630.19

Starter Developer Tickets \\iU' be 25c for adults Reserve For Taxes, Interest, Etc. 'I 25,961.74

# Laying and 15c for children. The publicis 13 Starke, Fla. :
I Interest
& Income
Grower Collected. Not Earned. '
CIICllll
23,277.39
Mash invited to attend. I -

AI Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable 4 2,000.00

Special Other Liabilities S : '
Corn & Wheat Scratch 93.59

$3.85 per 100 Ibs.- RAUM'STV Deposits --' 3,623,904.74


PORK-MAK ER HOG FEED

& RADIO SERVICE $4,101,186.68


Baby Chicks and Poultry EquipmentRat I 228 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida '

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Magic Bloom Gra-one For Flowers PHONE 509LATEST "1. (;J (I Ifll\\\II\ (

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FRIDAY APRIL 5, 1957

TTTTVf VfMAXVILLE TTTTY. been named 0. J., Jr. event. I LTay..rmmy.maLAVTEY ,
] visited Mrs. Selma Eunice in St.Vincent's and Mr. and Mrs. Goodie King- Mr. and
were
Mrs. James Suber
Mrs. Florence Parrish and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brown \ Sunday afternoon.
Hospital and Walter son of Live Oak.
They all visited
I Kate Sculley spent two days of and family left for Riverside, % Wilkison in Riverside Hospital their mother, Mrs. Julia Hingson, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mrs. .Arthur Pearce had as
last week in Jacksonville.Little Calif. last Thursday to make Johns and family Mr. and Mrs.
during the
week. who had ,the misfortune to fall Thursday luncheon guests Mrs.
Schmehl's their home while Mr. Brown is Clifford Johns, Mrs. J. R. Hinson,
of
By Kirs. Ci B. Nolan Diane the weekend in service, after spending amonth's dy Airs. Joyce T. FotcbAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green and break her hip and is a pa- all of Jacksonville and Mr. and Luther L. Rhodes and Mrs. Otis-
Jacksonville spent had as recent guests F. C. Ri- tient in Bradford County Hospital. ; Mrs Earl and Neal of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&'&& &&.A6 with her grandparents, Mr. and furlough here with Mr. Mosely family.
chards
of Port St. Joe Mr. andMrs.
and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson Sr. and Mrs. Louise Appelby and fami- Arthurine Blanchard of
Buford Higginbotham.
Shower For Mrs. Godwin :Mrs.: family. Mr and Mrs. Al Perser of W. H. Bennett and familyof Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Carter were ly of Jacksonville were weekend

Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson, Mrs. Mrs. Buford Higginbotham and I Savannah, Ga. were visiting the Warner Robins,. Ga., and Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. guests of }Ir. and Mrs. J. E. Jacksonville was the weekend
father Blanchard
We are glad to learn that :Mrs. guests of her A. M.
Gilbert Brown and Mrs. Everett Miss Merle Higginbotham were H. C. Wainwrights last weekend.Mr. Joe Lambe and daughters of, Woodrow ArWood in Melrose. Warren.A .
Julia Griffis is able to be again and family.Ca.sselsFukh .
Godwin entertained at the home of business visitors in Starke Tues- after spending several days up last and Mrs. Cecil Whiteheadand Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry and Study Course was taught. .
Mrs. Godwin last Friday witha Judy were business visitors to Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Carlton son of Nashville, Tenn. were call-
day.Mr. week in bed with an attack of at the Methodist Church by Mrs.
stork shower honoring Mrs. and'Mrs. Avery Slade and Jacksonville on Monday. and son of Jacksonville spent' ed home because of the illnessof Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch announces -
Bobby Godwin. Games were play- and Mrs. Edna Greene the weekend with the Frank Ethel Gray District Secretaryof
family flu.We Mrs. Allen Carter returned to Mrs. Barry's mother Mrs.: of Palatka. the marriage of theirdaughter
ed and prizes awarded to Bonnie visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. regret that Mrs. Lonnie, her home last Saturday from i Cruce I family. Selma Eunice. Mr. Barry returned Mrs.Spiritual Gray was Life assisted by Mrs. Louise to Owen Cas-
Midyette, Hazel Wilkinson La- Slade and family in Hampton Harris and her baby daughter. to Nashville .
Doctors Hospital in Starke. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett on Saturday.
%
ill this week. Mrs. I Don McCullough who is District sels son of Mr. and Mrs.: Owen
vern Lucas and Edna Greene. i last Sunday. Phyllis, are Robert Myers and daughter of and son of Ft. Lauderdale were Mrs. Barry will remain for an of Youth Work. Visit-
Wellhausen has also beenon Secretary Cassels of Lochloosa. The cere-
served Mary
Cakes and drinks were
i Revival Jacksonville are visiting the weekend guests of Mrs. Hattie indefinite period.Mr. ing ladies from Melrose. Lake
after the honoree opened her I Revival services will begin the sick list. Carters for a few days. Darley and Miss Sina Prescott. and J.lrs.V1l1is of Jack- Butler and Worthington Springs mony was performed Saturday,

gift I Sunday night, April 7, at the I. Mrs.of Bill Live Robinson Oak are and spendingthis daughter Mrs Georgia Ann Sapp has Buster, Donald and Troy Bennett sonville were Sunday guests of participated in the course. The March 30, in St. George, Ga.with

Wedding AnniversaryMrs. Long Branch Baptist Church week with Mrs. Robinson's been sick for a week. Mr. and will be employed in- Titusvillefor Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones and local ladies served a covered Rev. F. Burnsed officiating. They

Dorothy Kilgore] enter- with Rev. W. M. Mills officiating.Rev. mother Mrs. Dorothy( Waters, .MrS. E. E. Burney, Bill and Van the next few weeks whiletheir daughters. dish luncheon at the noon hour will reside in Lochloosa.

tained Sunday with a dinner in Mills is also a talented mu- and family. Mr. Robinson is Burney visited her on Saturday. families remain here. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markham, to the 18 ladies present. Mrs. Margaret Kelly and the
honor of her parents' wedding sician and can play several mu- this week in Crescent' E. D. Higginbotham of Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson and family of Gainesville were af-
working Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. H. C. Kellys spent Sunday
anniversary. :Mr. and Mrs Doss sical instruments. We hope thata spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and sons of Jacksonville are Sunday guests of Mrs. Markham's
had been married crowd will attend these City. Mrs. Williamson Effie Miner visited Howard Miner ternoon with the Roy Tomlinsonsat
with
Higginbptham large Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and and :Mrs. James Waters; I staying parents the. Dan Starlings.
38 years on March 31. She also services. 'family of Jacksonville visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waldron mother Mrs. Troy Bennett, until I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley had at' the Jacksonville NAS Hospital New River.

baked' a party cake.Those enjoy- Party At North Home Mrs. Dorothy Wat had weekend visitors Mr. and they find a house in Gainesville, during the weekendMr. -- -.
with guests -
Sunday aj as a
ing this occassion with the Hig- A group of young people en- ers and family. Mrs. Harley Waldron and daugh- where Mr. Williamson is attend- Jiggs Hannager of Lake. __ ':;.___ _ __ ..III .

ginbothams were Mrs. Kilgore joyed an April Fool's Party at Mr. and Mrs. Denver Godwin ters of Fort Pierce. ing the University of Florida.Mr. .

and her family, Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. John and family of Jacksonville visit- Friends of Mrs. Mary Reddish and Mrs. Sam Holcomb of City.Mr.. and Mrs. James Griffis

lien HigginSotham and family North last Monday night. About ed Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. will be glad to know that she is Jacksonville spent Sunday with business visitors to Crystal
and June and Shirley Higginbotham. 25 young people enjoyed this Jim Godwin. rapidly improving from her recent Mrs. Mattie Henderson and the were River on Thursday of last week.

I occasion. After the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and illness. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Red- Colonel Norsworthy family. Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Padgett
Little Miss Helen Sweat is unable to cut the fool's cake,
and Mrs. Eve and Mrs. Jerry Padgettand
Webster Mr.
i111 I daughter, Virginia, had as their dish of and family of Clay Hill spent
at her home here. which was a box decorated with .
Starke visited their family of Lake Wales were
of
guests Sunday Rev. and Mrs.: Ed- Godwin I Sunday with the Theodore Crews
Friends of Simeon Phillips will chocolate icing, refreshmentswere ward Jones and family Mr. and mother during the week. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
be glad to learn that he has returned served.J. Osteen left Wednesday Wilkerson and daughterand family.
Mrs. Lonnie Jones and family, Mrs. Nellie -Harry Miss Venda Gayle Starling wasa
to his home here from W. Denmark of Jacksonvilleand
home in afteran Mrs. Katie Padgett.
her
for
Lynn Jones of Jacksonville, Mr. Tampa weekend guest of her grandparents -
the Bradford Hospital Mr. Dicandio of Starke were
County and Mrs. Gene Lyons and family extended visit with relatives. Mrs. Marie Barrett and family Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thomas i I II Ii
fter several weeks' illness and of Mr. and Mrs. Lcnnie I
guests and Vanice Hodge Macclenny. Mrs. Lu Norman went home with and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Wil- in Starke.
is getting along nicely. Harris and family Sunday. I and Gwendolyn Parramore of her sister to spend several days. kerson of the State Farm were Mrs. Mae Wells attended a I
Rafuse Weiner Roast
Baby Starke. In the afternoon, Mr. Miss Carolyn Norman was the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Postmaster Convention in Haw-
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rafuse are MissesS hirley Wilkinson, Mar-
and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and daughter weekend guest of Miss Beatrice D. G. Wilkerson and attended thorne on Sunday.
announcing the arrival of an tha Harris and Jo Ann Parrish
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis Spears in Jacksonville.Mrs. Homecoming at Highland Bap- Miss Jackie Harley of Jack-
8 Ib. 10 1.2 oz. baby bow which entertained last Friday night at
Bernice Brewer and son
and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. tist Church. sonville spent the weekend with
was born on Friday :March 29th the home of :Miss Parrish with a I Dundee
Dix or
Higginbotham and family, Mrs. I and Mrs. Deloris Wilkison, who recently the H. C. Harleys.Mr. .
Hubert her parents, \ I
at the Bradford County HospitalIn weiner roast and party. About the Her- I
Gladys Copeland and family Mr. spent .the weekend with received a discharge from the and Mrs. Wilford Dinkins I
Starke. The young man has 25 young people enjoyed this
and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon and bert Normans. Army, visited his parents, Mr. and family of Sanford were weekend
.r I, family Misses Minnie Groves The Steve Starling family had and Mrs. B. W. Wilkison this guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
+W a: Sit itF
I and Shirley Wilkinson joined them as Sunday guests Mrs. Louiebelle weekend. Griffis and Gerald.

and they all made and enjoyed Wainwright and Louis Frige of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon and Mrs. E. C. Johns honored her

home made ice cream. Jacksonville. Steve R. W. Mosleyand daughter had as weekend guestsMr. husband with a :birthday dinnerat

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls Harold Starling are employed and Mrs. Marion Hingson, their! home-on Sunday. Guests
I in Cocoa. -
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and -
i Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Sun- i Mrs. Nancy Keene visited the

day night. I' R. C. Pearce family in Dundee ----- --- ..
We are glad that Miss J.lerle' over the weekend.
Higginbotham is able to be out }fro and Mrs. Mitchell Brown I RCA Ylclcr L-.fii.ld. This consoleswivels"aims'

again after several days illness and sons visited Mrs. Brown's t (t\ STANDARD SIZE OR. i both picture and sound

last week. grandmother, Mrs.King, and Mrs. in any direction! 261 sq.in.of viewable
Mrs. Buford Higginbotham and Vinnie Napoli in Jacksonville last MADE TO MEASURE) "Living Image" picture. Balanced Fidelity -
*
I I Mrs. James Waters attended a Sunday ; Sound. Illuminated tuning dial.
II miscellaneous shower in honorof Edmond Allender of Lake City 1: \ SCREENS 00 ADD TO Mahogany grained, walnut grained, '
.
I Mrs. Eugene Lang at the homeof spent Wednesday afternoon with PLEASURE limed oak grained (extra) finishes
Y' h. Ft Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang of the H. E. Priest family. + 0'6 .SUMMERS Model 21T738.

Hill last Friday night. }fro and Mrs Carl Prevatt had \
Clay Mrs. D. H. Hill is a business as recent guests Mrs. Eunice Pre- r: ? \. Other Models From $ 34.95TV

t Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., Apr. 6 visitor in New York City this vatt Mr. and Oscar Perry, and -- ENJOY
Mallie Prevatt of Jacksonville the
week.
Spelling Bee J. C. Prevatt family of Ocala, MOQEMFQpT

Billy Nolan, champion speller and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper ..
rfifitiiSTARKE
of the Baldwin School and Henry and family of Kingsley Lake. -
Wellhausen runner-up of the :Mrs. Perry, (the former Louise ..-.,
-
VAC PAK Baldwin school participated in Prevatt) with her family leave ServiceAll
r the District 5 Spelling Bee which : for Germany this week. Q LOCAL tRADEMARKS, tom.m .

ASTORSHORTENING was held at the YWCA in Jack- The Johnny Bennetts of the

t sonville last Saturday morning. State Farm spent Sunday after-
: Sandra Beasley of Alfred I. Du- noon with Mr. and Mrs. L. S.

I COFFEE Pont School won the event and Tanner.
I Diane Cowart of Landon was Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
,
runner-up. Billy was awarded a family of Hampton were Sunday m =
o E
I) I-LB. certificate of merit and Henry an guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch. Fully Equipped DependableAll
Mr. and :Mrs.: Paul Bennett's
engraved ball point pen. Attend- Makes and Models

CAN J.. ing this event with the boys Sunday guests were the Webb ,,BUILDERS, SUPPLIES (I Ifr11
were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Well- Kerseys of Staike, and Mr. and

LIMIT ONE ." hausen, Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp of Heilbronn.The 45 3331 CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

Wolfs 0\ son, Bobby, and Miss Patty Par- Ed Carters had as Sunday

MORE OROft\FOOD rish of Maxville, and Mrs. Essie visitors :Mrs.: Nick Pope and Radio .- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone

I Crews, their teacher at the Bald- daughter of Jacksonville.Mr. 239 Starke, Fla.
win school. and Mrs. F. S. Campbellvisited
. ,
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of the Mr. and Mrs. --
I The regular meeting Sidney .. .. _f'
-- -
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-- --- --
J :Maxville Civic Club will be held Williamson in Gainesville during -

Jon I Friday might, April 5, at 8 the weekend.

p. m. The Ralph Wises and the John --

(Limit One with $5.00 Food Order) The Maxville School PTA will Browns were in Jacksonville on .[jttW::{:::::::t..:.:::.:'::":;::'::::':::;:,:}:;::,:::,::::':;':l:::::: :::.r.t.7: :: :.:::::::.:::::::.:::::::::t:::::::::::::.:{::::.:::::::::::.::::::::......:::..i.id
:
at to
10 Sunday Mr. and
meet Wednesday, 'April see Mrs. Ray- :
SNOWDRIFT 3 Lb Can59C 2:15: p. m. All members are I mond Prevatt. They also visited :.:::.: A'> 1C

be urged election to attend of officers because! for it next will Mrs.cent's Selma Hospital.Mr. Eunice. in $t. Vin- :rl Who rates what for performance ness of ride and other driving cat-quick resPonse-of power;and

WHITER WASHES (limit Two With $5.00 Food Order) I year and the new by-laws will and Mrs. Roy Southerlandand :: :l and smoother riding in the lowqualities you want in a car. the easiest handling yo 've ever 'I

be adopted. the Ernest Raulersons .attended {( priced three? Chevrolet has laid Then, Chevy won the Pure experienced behind a wneel.Just '

LGE CHEER 2 Pkgs 49c a Singing Convention in ifl;: the answer and the proof on Oil Performance Trophy at try this Chevrolet (V8 or Six) j, .

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTRISING Callahan on Sunday. ::<: the line! Daytona (left, below) as "best and see!, ..

O'SAGE YELLOW CLINGPEACHES weekend Miss Shirley Tanner, spent the First,Chevrolet won the Auto performing: U. S. automobile." ;> \
with her brotherinlawand ,
R sister Mr. and Mrs.Marion U"I:t: Decathlon over every car in its It's quite a feeling to know I I

2 No. 2y Cans 491i" Tucker in Jacksonville.John field, and over the higher priced that you are driving a car that CIIEYJOLET i i
II Mrs. Edward Norman
By C. Crews of Glen St. Mary This .;.
A && & t cars that were tested too. performs so well responds so : I

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Loyless of visited family on the Saturday.Ernest Raulerson i'c;i* rugged ten-way test (right, below) beautifully) and is so finely built. _. _'__ i

Jacksonville were recent guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green of l:i showed Chevrolet the champ You l proud, of course. But ;; n 1

Mr.:: and Mrs.:: Jack Underhill Ocala spent the weekend with hd in handling ease braking,acceleration you also enjoy surer smoother, 1I1S1Clievy : ,1
.
SUNNYLAND '| and mother, Mrs. Delia Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Moore. H:!,:::: passing ability smooth- steadier way of going, 'a keen C.HEVRD, ,- - 4 f I!
I'j Mrs. Manning returned with them Miss Catherine Hart was the qJ :.-
/ TENDER SMOKEDHAMS for a week's visit. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.A. t-.t ...'Jo e.r n'' 1 \
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas I I J. Yarbrough in Jacksonville.Mr. 1

I and children of Brooker were and Mrs. G. F. Thompson of :. showed it's still the champ. 1 !
I Sunday guests of the E. C. Lew Silver Springs spent the weekend ,
Ff .
1 ises. with the R. C. Bryants.Mr. 1.x1::: ":<' :
;
I Edward Norman of Lady Lake and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand Y

8.12 lBS I spent the weekend here. sons, and Mrs. Lomie Mosley at Daytona. and in the Decathlon y l i

We are sorry to report that were Saturday evening guests of
AVG WT :Mrs. Edward Norman is on the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reynolds in

FULLHALF 49c sick list this week. We wish hera Baldwin.

speedy recovery. Sunday visitors at the homeof r Y .

Mrs. Maggie Norman and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard rq
orWHOLE and Mrs. Willie Jones of Gaines- were Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Keeneof y
_
ville visited in this section Tues- Glen St. Mary, }fro and Mrs. _

James Hilliard and family and _
day.Robert Norman visited Mrs.i the R. C. Keene family of Jack- _-*
Maggie Norman last Sunday and sonville.Mr. .. t .. 'Y !p 4: r' yxyaf /

reported she is very low again. and Mrs. Peters of Pittsburgh -

TALMADGE OR THOMASV1LLE, GA. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Pa. attended morning services -
and daughter were visiting in at the First Baptist Churchon

COUNTRY HAMS Whole Lb 89 I I Lake City last Sunday. Friends Sunday.fit Mrs. Selma Eunice : 5y r

EAT-RITE Ittttl..lvvyvvvvvvlmnPINE and Walter Wilkison will be J NrJ<... 4.n .
TENDERCHUCK
pleased to learn that they are
nicely from their recent -
LEVELby progressing
ROAST 39cNEW illnesses. Mrs. Eunice is sY -

l Mrs. II. M. l\lcUae. in St. Vincent's Hospital and r
y
Mr. Wilkison is in Riverside. .,
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Mr. y'["?41r' r'v'j.,'v'X6Gf',.
Fort Ben-
CROP FLORIDA RED BLISSPOTATOES James Starling of a oca. 36i.gs..;;
I : and "Mrs. Gene Petcher of ning, Ga. is spending his furloughwith .
5 Lbs 19cJUICY Jacksonville spent last week with his wife Eloise, and his yd': 2'St' ;, ..
relatives here while Gene was on parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph k 4$ Hn'e /A

SWEET FLORIDAORANGES vacation for a few days. They Starling.
enjoyed fishing some, also. Those The C. B. Hiatts spent the
who, enjoyed their visit were :Mr. weekend at their home in Crystal f
$275,000 "LUCKY TRAVELER" OOTESTI!
5 ENTER CHEVROLET'S
Lb Bag 29' and Mrs. Dave Paulk Mrs. Mar- River. _

gie Underhill of Starke, the H. Mrs. Leona Edwards had as

RUSO FROZEN II. McRaes, M. J. McRaes, and guests during the weekend Mr. Come in now-grtjnrinning i deal on the champion! Only franchise Chevrolet dealers display this famous trademark:
T. N. Normans .of Heilbronn and Mrs. Bryant Tucker and ? .

STRAWBERRIES 5 Cans 99C Springs. \ family of Fernandina. They all '",
Guests of the H. M. McRaes: on spent Sunday with the L. L

Saturday and Sunday were Mr. Wainwrights at the State Farm. tSee -1:
Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer ;
and Mrs. R. E. Taylor and chil- Rev. and :Mrs. W. L. Mills ft

We Give SIR GREEN STAMPS dren of Olustee Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Troy Bennett Mr. and Mrs. '"
A. F. Hall and family of Jacksonville Carl Prevatt. Mrs. Walter W" ki-

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Me-' son, Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss ..

\ 1 Rae, and Robert Myrick of Starke. Elizabeth Terry besides relatives,,I






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BRADFORD COUNTY, TEUEORAPH. ,
>FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1957 \

WalleT PlWntlff. Ts. or biters the f Appear State Of Florida Tet plaintiff .seeks divorce. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
"' ;They have been in Germany for McCullough, Saturday evening. Pettis Mary Eleanor D. Walley Defendant. 15 day of April 1957: James H. Laughter, whose resl- Bradford County Telegraph shall Charles A. Darby,
f four years, and it is nice to see Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth were .. Case No. 10-2078 otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken aa at confessed said dence and address Is: 7 Oak Park Polish this Order In next four' Ai Clerk of SaM Cearc
of Netlee To Appear weekly ISSUes. By Marian L. Crosby, uepntr Clerk
Sunday night supper guests by JOB. ,, Road Asheville North Carolina
CLAY HILLby them again. To: Pettis D. Walley, whose resi- You are required to appear oa Witness my hand and official seal Julian Warren, 20S Smith Building.
We enjoyed having Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammondand dence and address is Ole Idles College TbU notice flail be published April Z!, 1957 in the above at Starke, Florida, this March II, Jacksonville 2, Florida.
by Airs. j. ,1. SttiekiaMjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Mrs. Lester Hall of Starke withus their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Oxford Mississippi.-that suit once each In the week Bradford for_ four County eoasacuUveweeks Tel.. named Court and cause, wherein 1957. Attys. for Fl!. St%! It l/ll
You are hereby notified a "- --- n - -
Sunday at Highland. Hazel Leaston Forsyth. for divorce and restoration of rraph. IDa.ted

rendered several songs on the Sunday visitors of the Vernon maiden name this 8 day of March, 1357. t
(OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.Darby
r Those we know of still on the guitar and harmonica, and the Slades were Mrs. Free Hall of :has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the Clerk of)the Circuit Count .I_Y )

'sick list this week are Susie Pad children especially enjoyed this. I Gainesville, and the Avory Slades I you are required to serve a copy of 'By Marian L. Crosby.'Deputy Clerk I..I
I I J/JJ 4t 4/5
gett! Jessie Manning, and Nellie Gene Lang of Tampa spent I of Maxville. your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the

I Wilkinson. Irene Padgett, Gertie the weekend with home folks at Miss Maggie Johnson returnedto \ Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building NOTICE TO APfrtBAllIB

Faircloth, Bud Wilkinson, and Clay Hill and others in this sec- her home in Hampton; Sunday Jacksonville 2, Florida i Circuit Court. Bradford Ceiatr, ANewilighint :
and file the original la the officeof FlorUat lu Ckaaccry.
I Wayne Johns visited Nelie and afternoon after an extended visit the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Lovey La Rosa. Plaintiff vs. John
tion.Let's
u 1957: otherwise the allegations of Case No. 10-20SO
[t! Sunday. tional Sing at White House on i Mrs. Darrell Burkhart and chil- said Complaint will be taken as Notice T. AppearTo

[f Mr. Davis, who suffered a April 14. dren of Perrine are visiting fora confessed by you. : John La Rosa, Jr., whose resIdence *
stroke some time ago, is much Grant Thomas filled his with her This notice shall be consecutive publishedonce and address is: Unknown.
Rev. week in Hampton each week for four You are hereby notified that a suit 'I
: improved and able to walk some appointment with us Saturday parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall. graph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele for divorce and restoration of Perfhrmanoei

with help. and the few who were pres- Lee and former name
:. night Mr. and Mrs. George Dated this 8 day of March, 1957. ,
has been filed against you in the
Sorry that Mrs. Lane was still ent enjoyed the services. This son moved last weekend from (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby above named Court and cause and

on the sick list last Sunday night. Saturday night Rev. Johns of their home in Hampton to Starke. By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk you are reautred to serve a copy of ,
or pleading to the
answer
We missed her piano playing at Starke will be our speaker, and where they lived before moving a/15 4t 4/5 your complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney .

,.church. on April 13 Rev. George Chism. ( here two months ago. Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building
z, Floridaand
Jacksonville
welcome.HAMPTON. Monday NOTICE TO APPEAR
Everyone Mrs. Alma Saxon moved t
We met the Lawtey corres- P
.
I la Circuit Court Bradford Ceaatr. file the original in the officeof
pondent, Mrs. Joyce T. Futch, at I from her house in Hampton Florida la Ckaaeery. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .. L< .
before the 15 of April, ::::::::=
or day
completed homein Herman Bryant Plaintiff, vs. Mildred : _
to her recently .
serv-ices t.v..rrs.ar.mr.n....' Key Bryant Defendant. 1957; otherwise the allegations of __ _
last Sunday. Gainesville.Mr. Case No. 10-2079:! 1 said Complaint will be taken as
and Mrs. Francis Meng Notice To AppearTo confessed by you' -
know each other on
respondents "Us notice shall be published
We surely have a different were Jacksonville visitors on : Mildred Key Bryant, whose once each week for four consecutive
sight. residence is Carthage, North Carolina -
weeks IB the Bradford County Tele-
Thursday last week. Mr. Mengis and whose address Is Route .
'look to other people.Mr. graph. the
and Mrs. Holland Brown By Kin. D. E. 13111 much improved since his recent 3.You Carthage1 are ,herebY.North notified Carolina.that a Dated this 8 day of March. 1957. A New, Higher! Octane, Higher Powered Gasoline that brings out

a furlough - . ._. I operation at Bradford Coun- suit for (Official Seal) Charts A. Darby Automobiles.
who has been spending LA Performance
with Mrs. Brown's parents, .AAA..AAAAaaaaaaa. --.1! ty Hospital in Starke. | for divorce ,By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk best in today's New, Higher
Spelling Winner Goes Mr. and Mrs. W A Saxon and has been filed against yon in the I 3/15 4t 4/5
\ the Cuyle Wilkinsons, are start- I above named Court and cause and
ing on their way to Riverside, To Jax On April 13 children were weekend guestsof you are required to serve a copy of :
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crews your answer or pleading to the la Circuit Court, Bradford Conaty
Calif. this week where Mr. Brown John Farkas, Bradford Count complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Florida la Caaacery.
will re-enter the armed forces. winner of the annual spellingbee and daughter in Raiford.Mr. Lloyd Bass 210 Clark Building Ruth Stepp Laughter, Ptaintiff. vs. 667i7i
I Ion and Mrs. Vernon Forsythwere Jacksonville 2, Florida James II. Laughter Defendant. NEW PHILLIPS
will travel to Jacksonville of Mr. and : and file the original m the officeof Case No. 10208.3Order :! .
Saturday! Apr. 13, to take < weekend guests 'I the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa Of Publication and Notice To
Mrs. Otis Forsyth and family i
!
part in the State contest. Repre- :

senting the Hampton Eelmentary I i, at Jacksonville Beach.
COLONIALFLORIST Raleigh Brannens were
L School, John won the The
ination in Starke countyelim-\\, dinner guests of the C. H. Lay- ,

I His sister, Miss Betty Farkas, : fields in Gainesville Friday eve

will accompany him to Jackson- j ning.Mrs. I HUNDREDSof
Ina Knight and son visit-
ville for the event, as well as in
I' Charles Crews family
Janie H. Noe, ed the
his teacher, Mrs. Mr. and .:. ... .
PHONE 218 and Mrs. Ola M. Perkins school I Heilbronn Sunday, and details are managed and economically -

principal. Mrs. Joe Forsyth visited the Ed attended that only a trained and -5' A \ .

Activities preceding the con- I I Silcox family in Heilbronn last careful organization can attend when \ v Phillips 66 brings you its new FuTE-FuQ with the higher

(j-) test in Jacksonville will include j I[':,weekend. % Slade the urgent nod for serving is at octane and higher power you need to get peak performance
"banquet at the Roosevelt Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon hand. ( out of any car. Not only'new cars, but older
I I Miss Sylvia Starling were from the remarkable performance
Winner of the State contest will and 4 cars, too, will benefit
FLOWERSFor receive a trip to Washington, I'Pompano visitors Saturday. -.4.'J' 'ter qualities of this higher powered FuTE-FuEL It's blended
I S for local driving conditions. It's the only gasoline contain
All Occasions D. C. I I Its clean burning I It has extra
/ Ii DeWITT C. *- ing added Di-uopropyf.
JONES
of
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Simpson Ii
Fill
I i f high octane for smooth'power and long mileage up

DISH GARDENS Elkland, Pa. called at the homeof last i i I REGISTER NOTICE. OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO Phone 7 Starke, Fla. I wa :a,; ', ,: : ': with new FuTE-FuEi at your Phillips 66 Dealers and dii- .

POTTED PLANTS William W. Hammond I Notice is hereby given that the ,, .. cover a new high in performance!
Wednesday. They had spent several j(undersigned un-'er the provisionsof Funeral Director Ambulance Serrie : a ?
I their winter home Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida. PHILUPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
POTTERY weeks at (Acts of 1941. will register with the Our local funeral borne IJ1&blll u to offer conrenleacei tad
in Winter Haven. Mr. Simpson the Circuit ,Court. In and
I {for Clerk Bradford of County, Florida upon errtce not ctierwt aT&1 ble. bnwanea 7', Co aft
Flowers WiredAnywhere and Mr. Hammond were boyhood 'I I II receipt of proof of publication of I ij \ #
fictitious name of
friends. this notice the 114 4 III I II .
Mr. and Mrs. R. J.. Andrewswere i.W.R.G.R. Radio under which we
Sunday.I I are engaged in businness at 945 N. We funuaa the highest type service At lowest price, and
in Macclenny last Temple Ave.. Starke Florida. That accept ANT life Insurance policy In Issued PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE
force ANT
Nona St. Starke Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Vickery', the owners in said business are: by
Alfred H. Temple 945 N. Temple company u payment in part or la full on a funeral
and daughter of Starke visited Ave., Starke, Fla. AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester I Alma Horn Temple 945 N. Temple Consultation carries BO bligatlan.
:Ave., Starke. Fla.
r-- Rudolph M. Chamherlin 945 N. i --
Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
Dorothy L. Chamberlm, 945 N.
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al Circuit of Florida. ID and For ....' <<>.f.,y.. ....;. .....; .";.>...d':....;. .. y j<., ,"."..:.'>..'". .
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I Ilradford ('ouat r. In Chancery.NOTICE i"l k ._"_ .',.. J .... .
TO DEFEND .
FOR YOUR OlD WASHER WHEN YOU BUY I Margaret Aitchison. Plaintiff, vs. .' '''J ':Ai"":"" ,
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You are hererby notified that a I
\suit fur divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled
WHIRLPOOL cause, and you are hereby requiredto
RCft file your Answer with the
Clerk of this Court, and to serve
,is copy thereof upon Plaintiff's
Attorney, Samuel V. Itoleh. 409-A
Main Street Daytona Beach. Florida -
> \ not later than 22nd dliy of t
Rf < t WASHE* ,April. 1957. If :you fall to do to,
'a Decree Pro Confesso will be .:' .j
\entered against you for the relief I ... Mamiamaainaaft""-> :.-.-;*..i: :;
demanded in the Bill of Complaint. FIRST PRIZE EVERY WEEK-THE FABULOUS TURNPIKE CRUISER-THE
BUILT-IN WITNESS my hand and seal' of MOST ADVANCED CAR AT ANY PRICE!
I WITH 1957.said\ Court this 20th day of March,

(COURT SEAM

LINT FILTER Charles Clerk 'A.Circuit Darby Court

Starke, Florida \ How
Mariam L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk win the'

I 3/:: 4t 4/12 .. you may ]

NOTICE TO APr.U'R
,In Circuit Court. Bradford Conmtf.Florida .
i la Chancery.
Dolores Regan, Plaintiff "s Fran- wiaesLiowesLroomiestmni'tsfield ;
cis Regan Defendant. oar
Case No. 10-2377:
Sot lee To Appear
I To: Francis Regan. who. roai-
!dence is Millington, Tenn. and '

I School whose Address Naval Air is Station AT/2c Milling-A.T.B. ,, The !
ton Tennessee. Big MI.!
You are hereby notified that a suit / ,
for annulment and restoration! ..
I of former name has been flIed
,Auah 3c ano vx against you in the above named
Court and cause and you are required -
I to serve a copy of your an:
swer or pleading to the complainton

the Pfalntlffs Attorney ENTER THE BIG M DREAM CAR CONTEST
I Lloyd Bas\ 210 Clark Building. _TAD VI!
Jacksonville 2, Florida
S and file the original in tntf offfce: of

?? a=; %22I9' I or the 1957 before;Clerk otherwise the of the 15 they Circuit day allegation.of Court April on 01 90 free Mercurys6 Turnpike Cruisers, 60 Montereys,

I said Compalnt will be taken ai

# confessed This each notice by week you.shall for. four be consecutive publishedonce .Station Wagons !f $450,000 in prizes A new contest every week t!* .;

weeks IB the Bradford County Telegraph -
e Enter week Win America's fastest
Dated this 8 day of March. 1J5T. every growing car .
4W (OFFICIAL SEAL)
r Charles A. Darby,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
uiiI ,By Marian L. Crosby'Deputy Clerk.t .
3/15 4t 4/1
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EASY TO ENTER-
NOTICE TO ArrEAR FIRST PRIZE NEXT 4 PRIZES NEXT 10 PRIZES
I. Circuit Conrt. Bradford C.aat7, EASY TO WIN!
Florida i Chancery. Mercury 4-doorTurnpike Cruiser_one Mercury Commuter 2-door, 6-passen- Mercury Monterey 4-door Sedans10

HERE'S ALL YOU DO: each week. Plus trip to New York for ger Station Wagons_4 each week. each week. All Mercurys awarded include

FILTERS OUT liNT/ AS 'IT WASHES OUT DIRT/ two with transportation by American New BIG M wagons are the most luxurious Mert-0-Moh Drive and full

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Everything is totally new.
operated retractable back
your way. Cleans and recleans both wash and window.
2. Pick official rules and
rinse water even when water level is low. up
BEST-KNOWN entry blank

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PLUS THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES Mercury dream-car rhyme. General Electric "Companion" TV sets Staffer's,White Dot Snorkel Pen Sets .

I RANGES .4* Mail official entry blank io"Mercury _50 each week. Portable, weighs .autographed by Ed Sulivan300! $10,000 CASH

WATER HEATERSAIR Contest." ...;:::;.. ...... oly26poundslper-! each week. The for new Mercury buyers

S Safe, Delicate Fabric Guide CONDITIONERS ... forms with console ,;, world's finest writing

e New High Console Styling WASHERS & DRYERS 1.4, darity. Retail'yalue' instrument. Retail $2,000 CASH

e New Two-Temp Water SelectorS .. $129.95. value 2275. for used car buyers

Big, Full Size 9 Lb. Capacity I Get The Best For. Less H. '. '" ($. official contest.rotes) '

e Positive Automatic Water Fill At
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e Seven Rinses Means Whiter Washes -

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.- Don't miss the big television hit "THE ED SULLIVX SHOW" Sunday Evening, 8:00 to 9:00 Station R'MS R-T\', Channel 4 .


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RADIO, TV & SEAT COVERS Electrical Appliances
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friends of the Clarks, the Rev. Jr. on Sun. evening. 'The young reur' answer or pleading to the son, deceased.
arid Mrs. W. C. Boyer, home for people enjoyed boating and a complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney NOTICE OP! FILING PETITION '
Lloyd Bass 210 Clark
Building, FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
KEYSTONE' HIGHLIGHTS retirement from missionary ser- hamburger supper. The program i Jacksonville 2. Florida EXECUTOR

vice in Boma, Africa, the daughter following was in the form of a the and Clerk file the of original the Circuit in tne Court office on or of T. All Wheat It May CasterBI See BILLY JACKSONFOR :

and son-in-law of the Clarks, Bible study in small groups con 'before the Notice is hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as Executrix -
By Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crosby of cerning questions about Easter. 15 day of April 1957: of the estate of Rosetta

... ... .. .....t........................ Fishkill, N. Y. and a grandson, The Worship Service was led by otherwise Complaint will the alterations be taken as of confessed said* filed Williamson my petition, deceased for; that final I have discharge DIsKINGAnd
James Click of Horsham, Pa. Marvin Rosier. by yon. and that I will apply to the TOP SOIL FILL DIRT,
This notice ,
Volunteer Fire Department hours of hard work and the pay- Present also were the daughterand each week shall for four be pobL'shedone Honorable Theron A. Yawn Jr.,
consecutive
Rotary Assembly Set
Adds To Building I off of training and planned strat- son-in-law of the Hutsons weeks In the Bradford County Tele County Judge of Bradford County, Work
Al Nelson, District Governor of graph. :Florida, on April 22, 1957, for approval All Type Tractor
Activity centernig around the egy savedt the building fromburnIng' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grolick of International announcedat Dated this 8 day of March 1357 of the same and for final
Rotary discharge as Executor of the estate -
to the (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.barb I
Keystone Fire Department building ground. Melrose. the meeting last Friday that Clerk of the Circuit Court of Rosetta Williamson, deceas- PHONE 165

with C. J. Bastedo and other Rescue work is an important Rev. J. Russell Young, the min- plans for the Assembly are being By Marian I*. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ed.March 26. 1957.

olunteers hard at work recalls phase of a fire department's program I' ister, served as master of cere- completed. The meeting will 3/15 4t 4/5 DeWitt C. Jones, W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER ;

he early days of this important and since many of the men monies. Several other couples be held at Jacksonville Beach on NOTICE OF INTENTION Executor of tne estate of ,

ivic-minded group.In in the department are employeesof j joined the guests of honor in relating Sunday and Monday, April 7 and TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Rosetta Williamson, deceased.3/9 4t 4/19 : vThat's
Gold DuPont Notice is hereby given that theundersigned
Humphreys or
their romance and
early
1952 the Lion's Club passed 8. under the provisionsof
Fire Company, they have been qualified experiences. Chapter 20,953:, Laws of Florida. NOTICE TO APPEAR
resolution to a
a. sponsor at the Fellowship
The speaker la Clrcalt Ceart. Bradford Caaty
in first aid. Acts of 1941, will register with Our Business
Department Mr. Bastedo, N. I Ninety First BirthdayMrs. dinner, 7:30 Sunday evening, will the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Florida la ChaarerT.

Watson Hardenbergh and Lind- Watson Hardenbergh is pres- Ella Bird a long time res- be Dr. Richard C. Gumming and upoa for receipt Bradford of proof County of, publica-Florida, John Alice S.Joann Cook,Cook Defendant., Plaintiff, vs. IfItsGlass We Have IU I

sey Walker Rotarians had also ent Fire Chief and he reports ident of Keystone Heights cele- Mayor of Ocala. The Palatka tion of this notice, the fictitious' Case No. 10-2108 CALL WRITE or VISIT
that the new addition to the name of Starke Mobile Home Sales, \otlre T. Appear
timeinthis
interested for some
been
brated her 91st birthday on Club, sponsored by
office Girls Choral N. Temple Ave.. P. O. Box 206 To: John S. Cook,whose residenceand
protection for the Keystone building is to serve as the Thursday, March 28.Her son, Dr. the Palatka Rotary Club will Starke Florida. That the sole ownerIs address is: 107 Castle Drive, Peters Glass Co.
and Mr. Bastedo became the first and meeting place for the fire Paul Bird of Lakeland and his sing. R. C. Slack, President of Jack J. Hodges, X.-Temple Ave., "Atwater, California. Joe
I and will have some recreational P. O.'Box 206, Starke, Florida. You are narauy noUnea that a
Fire Chief. The first meetings.' company family were weekend guests of the Miami Rotary Club, will be Dated this 20th day of March, suit for divorce
were held in Kyle McMurtry's facilities. Mr. Harden- Mrs. Bird.Women's the luncheon speaker on Monday.The A. D. 1957 at Stfcrke, Bradford baa been filed against you In the FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe
office then located in D. O. bergh makes a plea for daytime of Raiford County, Florida above named Court and cause and Design Modem Store Fronts
Club Notice Superintendent 3/22 4t 4/12 you are required toserve a copy of
Stewart's The fire truck volunteers for the Department, the Just' Mail Us A Pattern for
garage. The meeting of the Woman's prison DeWitt Sinclair, was the four answer or pleading to com-
since of the regular volun- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO plaint nn the Plaintiffs! Attorney
there also. A description many
was kept Club on Tuesday, April 9, will speaker for the Rotary meetinglast REGISTER FICT1TIOIS NAME Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith Build- Table Tops
of the old fire engine rtuck teers are away a work. In July Notice is hereby
given that the ing Jacksonville 2, Florida.
of Sinclair spoke
feature a.talk by the President Friday. :Mr. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353
that it had "neither floor the Annual Fireman's Ball will undersigned under the provisions of and file tbe original in-the orilce of 1313 N.W. 4th PL ,
says the Fourth District, Florida Federation on the crowded conditions in the Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
boards nor conscience. take place and citizens will havean of Women's Clubs, Mrs. prison and told of the ideal held Acts of 1941, will register with or before the.29 day of April 1957:
the fine the Clerk of the Circuit Court in otherwise the -
opportunity to support I ; allegations of said
The Florida Fire College was Lewis Townsend. Election of officers before those in charge: to rehabilitate and for Bradford County, Florida, Complaint will be taken as confessed .
invited to give training course, work of our Voluntary Fire De will also take place at this I everv man who enters upon receipt of proof of publicationof by you. ,

which they have done each year. partment. : time. The meeting will begin at the prison, fitting him for his of this Biscayne notice Motor the fictitious Court, under name once This each notice week shall for be four puollshed consecutive Fontana Village Resortis
The next goal was a new and Couples Honored in society. which r am engaged in business on Vae1 Fontana
two o'clock and a brief social I return to his place North U. S. 301. And that the sole weeks in the Bradford County oh 9 different-at
modem truck. A Seagram Pumper The Community Church Educa- hour will follow. All membersare The prison. states Mr. Sinclair, owner of said business is: Telegraph.Dated this 27 day of March 1957. everybody has fun!
was acquired with hose and tional Building was the settingon urged to attend this important does what it can but help is John '\'. UlU&on, Rt. 2, Box 52, (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby Fishing is excellent in
pumping capacity to protect Monday evening :March 25, in- the Storke, Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court it Fontana Lake and
meeting. Visitors are also needed bv people on outride Dated this 27th day of March By Marian I Crosby, Deputy Clerk
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every home within the city limits.A when the church women were vited. in heloinsr the person to adjust 195T: at Starke, Bradford 3/29 4t 4/19 Fub "Fl//o// there's swimming in anew

building was the next need hostesses to two couples celebrating Boy Scout Honor Court end find place in society. Florida. 3/29 countY'j I t luxurious pool ia

and this was built by the men of their wedding anniversaries.Mr. Troop 105, whose sponsoring Personalities a season, .craft making
the Fire Department many of and Mrs. C. R. Clark, who is the sunderland celebratedhis CALL. FOR BIDS FOR DEPENDABLE square dancing, scenic
organization Bruce March 22, 1937
tern working several nights a I were married 58 years ago, and Rotary Club, Keystone'l I birthdav on Mondav. March 25 Staled bids will be received by tours. tennis, shuffleboard -
reek. I Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hutson, marl Heights friends at a the City Council of the City of fotd horseb."k riding
Court at the Scout Hut i entertaining
Honor r-v Starke at the City Hall in Starke Termite Control a
Most of the fire calls around I l ried 57 years ago, received the on Thursday night March 28. : picnic in the yard. Games were Florida until 7:30 o'clock P.M. on 6 t plenty more to see
eystone ale for woods fires but congratulations of some 60 guests Tuesday, April 16, A.D., 1957, at and do in this sparkling
I Present were Committeemen. enioyed after the sunper. which time and place all bids received -- mountain air and
the notable exception was the incident ( who called during the evening. Scoutmasters and members of the Kav Sunderland,! also enjoyed P will be publicly opened and S Household ft Commercial there's supervised.playfor
of the Keystone Inn. Many 1 Out of town guests includedER. Tuesday. read aloud, on the following: Pest ControlS
celebration on sit-
Troop. birthday children, baby
400 ft. of %-ln. best grade cot-
Tommy Jones received Tenderfoot Dig rch 26. when she and eight of ton rubber lined fire hose, 400-lb ten available. Have

and Gary Bliss Second her friends gathered after school i burst rocker-lug test type all brass national couplings stand /Grove Spraying the time of your life at

Class. Merit badges were awarded for games and ice cream and ard thread. Bidder to furnish Call FK. 6-6035 Fontana. Write or

ALL IN THE as follows: Bob.Morgan, Safety: c ke. Bruce and Kay are the F.O.B.sample Stark and .name Florida.-lirand. I'rice phone for reservations

Billie Carnes Home Repairs; and rhildren of Mr. and Mrs. R. N The said City reserves the rightto Florida Pest Control today .Fre a color
I accept or reject any or all bids. folder.
Bobby Redfearn received his Sunderland. __
,""' '..>....... ..,.. CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA,
J" <.-.. Librarian Mr. and Mrs. McMurtrvhave & Chemical Co.
: : "':'''-' patch. Kyle By: Carl Johns City Clerk.
a\ 24 N. W. 16th Ave. FONTANA VILLAGi
'
( The Right Reverend Hamilton Clearwater. In The Ceunniy Jud,, '. Court I. RESORT

0" .\ I West, D. D., Bishop of Florida, Albert Bachmann left on Mon- And Far Bradford County, Galmesvffle, Florida
'.'; < Florida.IB Probate DEPT. S-M FONTANA VILLAGE. N. C.
0 .. will ordain to the Sacred Order da\'. April I, for New York City -- -
of William-
IX RE: Estate Rosetta
of Priests; the Reverend Richard I :and .points in the north. Mrs.

Edward Byrd B. D., at St. Paul's Bachmann will remain in Keystone -

L a Episcopal Church. Waldo on I, for several weeks before go- Truck: "'

Thursday, April 11, at 10:30.: : in? north. Now. get in on our big Dodge .

The Rev. Mr. Byrd has been Mrs. .Toe G. Wright of Wilson.
? I
9 serving St. Ann's Episcopal I N. C. has: been a miest: of her

Church in Keystone Heights for I .,'"t..,". Mrs. Al Nelson. Mrs.

several months. He is a graduateof I Wrieht leaves by boat from New

the University of Florida were I York from a European tour. Sh :
I
he married while a student there. ,, will meet her son and dau-hteri -

and taught elementary school in j,i i inIaat the conclusion of her tEXTR'I\

Jacksonville for a year. Mr. Byrd : tour in Amsterdam and will return -
8c I I
received his Bachelor of Divinity with them to the United

r Degree from, the Virginia Theo- ctatps.: Her daugher. Miss Betsy

s .+.I logical Seminary in Alexandria. Wriebt. has also been a guest of

R, During the time he was receivinghis the Nelsons and will 'remain fora
a ., .
rR theological education and pre- longer visit in Keystone.

N7 paring for the ministry Mr. I, Col. and Mrs. David A. Nelson

Byrd's wife. Helen, was teaching ;j were tmesis of Mr. and Mrs.

school. They have reached I -Tnhn Strange in Eustis last we<>k.

this milestone through their 1 While there then enioved visiting: '
What see this is Sonotone's new
girl's
you ear mutual efforts and they I with several old friends from DVIDND I
hearing aid complete. IT'S WORN ENTIRELYIN
both along with their little Portland. Maine, who were visiting -
THE EAR no cord, no extra "button.' This daughter. Jackie Louise, have the I in Florida.Mr. .

smallest Sonotone ever weighs only half an ounce, good: wishes of the community. and Mrs. G. E. Wigginsand

including,smallest battery used in hearing aid. I'. T; A. Council Election I Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson

Women, of course, cover everything with their Mrs. George Schaeffer of Key Hardenbergh were in Hollywood.

hairdos.On men,this amazing hearing aid is barely stone Heights was elected Florida for the banker's convention -
President of the County March 2830.
noticeable from any angle. Vice-j
of the P. T. A. at the Mr. and Mrs. John Kargas were
You just have to see this new transistor masterpiece held in the Penney Farms East-West winners at duplicate

to believe it. Triumph of 25-year search by auditorium on Wednesday. March J.bridge: last week with Mr. and

Sonotone engineers for hearing aid worn entirely] 27. Mrs. Jafav StteWst ct Green Ulrs. Fremont Totfestv second MONTH

in ear. Cove Springs was elected Pre- I Dlace. North-South winners were

COME IN, PHONE OR WRfTf. FREE DEMONSTRATION-NO OBLIGATION"SONOTONE sident. Mrs Fred Dodd and Mrs. Mrs. Hubert Ridaught and Louis :
Schaeffer attended the meeting Kyle first: Mrs. W. D. Klinepeter -

from the local P. T. A. and Mrs. Allen Graham

Fourth Group MeetingThe second.

,Youth Fellowship of the Mrs. Emery Cooper, Mrs. Herb .. ,{.:. ", it <" .

1012 Greenleaf Building Jacksonville Community.. Church held their I Nelson Mrs. Everett Fox George .

cook-out and vesper meeting at Schaeffer, Miss Anna :McCullough,

._ the home of the Frank Walraths. Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. Joe Pawlik ski and Mrs. Marguerite Ryan 4 m+ WATCH FOR THIS

attended a meeting of the Nat- : -,. lfl 'wY---% SPECIAL EXTRADIVIDENDTRUCK

Now we've it ional Catholic Women at the St. DEMONSTRATOR
got I N FOR
Augustine Deanery on Tuesday p t3 goy ; AD ..zp- .

March 26. Beginning with Mass DFgL v ,., ". .
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at the Church of the Assumption \

The most the meeting was continued at the 1 14f
powerful gasoline "JI'
Woman's Club and followed by ,..0"...,. -.-- --
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luncheon. Father Skehan, Pastorof .4 __" _?<_;'_<:/:Q'cr7; :

'+ St. Williams, accompanied the 4' _ _- (
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IB Clrrnlt Cart, Bradford Couty.FUrldat 4'r'
la Chancery. Zv71;; 4 ill
Otholene Pittman, Plaintiff, vs.
Warren A. Pittman. Defendant _
Notice T. AppearTo .i
: Warren A. Pittman whose i o
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residerce and address it: Unknown. r
You are hereby notified nat a 1 r
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maiden name
has been filed against In the
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CHURCHES School 9:45 a. I

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&& byDOROTHY
by Lord's Supper, 11 a m. I --- && JTh '!IJ

Youth Fellowships 6 p. m. Even-, Big Parade EnjoyedThe Communion will be given 2nd Lt Wm. K. ROSS ,
by the Booth of )
At The TabernaclePlans Lutheran Services ,
ing Worship 7:30 p. m Sisters of the Swish held pastor during the' Home Demonstration
evening wor- Starke Agent
122. E. Washington St. their first in recently arrived at, Craig
Tuesday-Spring meeting of parade on Saturday ship hour. He will be What
are under way for obser- assisted AFB, Selma, Ala., where he is. to Plant mong the flower borders
Suwannee Presbytery, Arlington Reno. It was quite spectacular.The by Rev. Ulysses Clark or in a
vance of the 24th anniversary of Regular services will be held' Baptist Church, 10 a. m. next one will be bigger and S. Redic. All and Rev. enrolled in the Basic pilot in- Perhaps you are wondering kitchen window box, this oppor-

the Tabernacle and Mission Hall at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our better 13 at r members and' what you can plant in your gar- tunity to add spiceness to
(Wednesday Prayer Meeting I on Saturday, April friends are invited to attend. 1 structor School for ten weeks of den. If every-
work. Highlights of the work I so, you will be glad to
new location. 122 E. WashingtonStreet 7 p. m. Circle 1, Mrs. J. M. MItchell 5 p. m. Anything can happen and Pledges and donations intensive day foods, as well as to picklesand
on the flying training. Upon know that
through the will be brought now is the time to
years (near Walnut Street.) hostess, 8 p. in.ThursdayJunior % be seen on the 13. Persons taking building for I relishes, should not be over
out special music presented anda program the New Mt. graduation he will be assignedto plant snap beans, pole beans, lima looked.
A series of lectures will be Choir practice part in the parade last Sat- Pisgah Church be
Fellowship Dinner held in the twill greatly Air beans, sweet corn, cucumbers
given during the month of March, I 3:30 p. m. Circle 2, Mrs. Her- urday were: Lucille P. Hamilton, appreciated by members of the an Training Command kohlrabi Herbs grown and cured in our
Tabernacle ,
annex. cantaloupes, okra
subject being, "The Lutheran bert Green hostess, 8 p. m. George Sapp, Carrie Coleman, building fund committee. We hope base to teach the techniques of southern own gardens even under adverse
The children continue to show interest Church and The Bible." Don't Laura Whitmore Annie Randolph to flying peas, pepper, sweet conditions have
complete this church during single engine aircraft to more flavor and

I- in the Flannelgraph lessons miss these interesting discus- St. Mark's Episcopal Sarah Morris, Carrie Welch, the conference year with your I student pilots. Lieut. Booth is mer potatoes squash, summer, tomatoes spinach, turnips sum, ] fragrance than the nearfreshones

each and sions. Samuel Welch, Viola Hamilton, and I purchased at the
Sunday morning, prayers financial help. Music store.
Rev. Raymond t. MacBlala married to the former Anne and watermelons. Quite a list,
A aU young people not affiliated I The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt. pastor Mable Whitten. Eliza Lewis I will be furnished all day by Miss isn't it? Important 4-H Dates

with other churches of the First Lutheran Church Services at St. Mark's Episcopal r I Joyce Curtis, Essie Holland, Wilma -. Ruby Lee Hall, senior at RJE Cressler of Starke. A graduate a Rural Life Sunday-May :5

invited to attend.I are cordially f of Gainesville, will conduct the Church will be as follows: J. Franklin, Gloria Cummings, I High. Members of the church BHS, he received his B. S. degree For best results, plant a good 4-H Short Course-June 10-15

services.All Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church Eloise Guions. Jennie Sue Hampton. who attended wish to commendall in education from the U of variety of these vegetables and at Tallahassee ,

persons without 'a home School and Adult Class; 11 am.- Hilda Belle Morris, Fannie of the members of our churchfor F, where he also completed Air treat those seed! To obtain infor- Camp July 1-6 at Camp

St. Edward's Church church are invited to attend. Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: Belle Morris, Mary Morris, Lo- their outstanding performancein Force Reserve Officer training.He mation on varieties drop a card 'McQuarrie

Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. p.m. Y. P. S. L. rene Williams, Patricia An Gui- the senior pIa,. Mary Helen completed flying training asa to the agent at box 267, Starke. Rats Cause Fires

Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wednesday: 7ae p.m.'- Litanyand ons, Lee Jenkins, Sue Evelyn I White, reporter. I student officer and receivedhis Seed treatment, is also mos important Insurance companies estimate

8:30 a. m.Children's. Corner Call & Christian StreetsJ. Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir Jenkins, Joe Louis Dean, W. J. Allen Chapel AJI.E.: Church, pilot wings at Webb AFB, as we experienced recent- that 25 per cent of fires of unde-
I Practice. Lee. Harry Young, W. P. Whitten, Texas. ly.We neglected to treat our termined
Catechism! Class each origin in the U. S. are
E. Sherwood Pastor Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Lottie Williams 'Velma Peek Rev. R. J. Washington pastor, tomato seed and iost too many due to rats.
Wednesday at 3J5: p. m. They cause short circuits -
I Keystone Heights Sunday School-10 a. m. 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m. Ulysses SHunt, Rosa Lee Byrd. attended the District Missionary plants. I ignite: matches, and upset

I (At St. William's Chapel) Lord's Supper-11:15: a. m. awaits everyone.HIGHLAND. A. C. Ball. Rev. Lee led the program at Chiefland m"Sunday. Airman 2-c Elma L. (Bunt) 'I The proper thing to do is buy lamps.[

(Follow Hiway 21 south to St. Preaching services-11:20, a. m. parade with a bicycle, while El- Rev. Fisher is the pastor. A bus Crews was promoted to Airman treated seed or treat your own

William's Sign.) and 7 p. m. mer Shell and Lottie Williams l-c or March 1. He is! now serv- which is less expensive. Coat the Robert G.
load White Jr.
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Junior Choir practice p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH served as Marshalls, assisted by of members and friends ing with the 3rd Air Force in seed with chloranil (Spergon) by ,

Holy day masses 1:30 a. m. Wednesday. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 'Ozora Shell. A trading post has left the church Sunday around Europe. Airman Crews enlistedin putting a pinch of it in a package Receives Commission

Confessions before all Masses. Ladies Council meets first and Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and 'been set up in Reno for the convenience 1 I p. m. Principal ,Eddie Thomp- the. Air Force in November of seed ,and shaking, it. I
(
in
I third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. ,7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each of persons not wantingto kins was one of the speakersand 1954 fend received his basic To get a good- stand- of- plants- Blanding GuardRobert

CHURCH OF GOD Everybody invited to all ser Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. go to the headquarters to sister Brilla' Thomas, Super- training at Lackland AFB, San seed treatment really pays off. '
George Chi&m pastor. Everybody visor of Y. P. D. of the Use of G. White Jr., son of
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn vices. purchase Centennial clothing. High Antonio, Texas. He then attended Thyme-

ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday welcome. Derbies, top hats, ties, badges, Springs District and Supervisorof Supply School at Warren Use herbs in cooking for added Brig. Gen. R. G. White. assistant

I Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE EVERGREEN permits and junior buttons will Levy County Negro Schools AFB in Wyoming. After a long appeal, a touch of the unusual, adjutant general of the Florida

I Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTONCHRISTIAN be on sale every Saturday from delivered the main address. Mu- visit at home he was assigned to and for new flavors. I National Guard, last month was

i Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Christian Endeavor CHURCH, Friday, 7:30p. 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. on Brownlee sic was furnished by the junior the 7523rd Spt. Sqdn. at Cheslire When using herbs, use them commissioned, a second lieutenant
LA WIrY! Union 6:30p. : street at the end of Oak St. choir cf Allen Chapel under the
11 Training
a. m. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, : England; where he is sparingly as a little does a lot. in Co. B. of Camp Blanding.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer 7:30 Wor- Sister Fannie Belle Morris will direction of Sisters N. L. Pullum working as real estate clerk. Air- Mrs. Wallace Solano of Heilfcronn I
m. Sunday Morning Lt. White
ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE Serv- Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. p. be the saleslady for this Satur- and Louise Broxton. Sister Eliz- man Crews is also the Boy she joined the National
saysthat always uses I
11 I
ship, a. m. Evening Worship, Guard in 1949
abeth ( applied for active
Givens of the
ice 7:30 Eddie president
Saturday, m. day. Principal Thompkinsis '
p. Scoutmaster and Youth Center and
in stews, roasts -
- 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. thyme gravies duty in 1952 and returned
to Co.
CHURCH OF CHRIST general chairman for cur division Missionary Society of Allen Chapel Director for dependent children for her family. B in
1955.
He has
BETHEL C. L Oterturf Jr., MinNter of the celebration. reported a very successful in that area. He would like to graduated with
KirsGSLC LAKE The tender stems
are high honors
thyme from the advancefire
BAPTIST CHURCH meeting. All members and friendsare
.Ministers and Deacons Union old friends at the
hear from
Sunday Sunday School, 10a. MISSIONARY BAPTIST tied together and put in the gravya control course at Aberdeen
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach On Sunday, :March 31, the final asked to remember Sister N. following address: Al-c E. L.
School 9:45 a.m. Morning : out.
Sunday few minutes and taken
m., morning service, 11 a. m., E. who is still in Proving Grounds, Md. and is
ing services 11 and 8 Washington
a. m. p. m. activiti for the East Divisionof Crews, 7523rd Spt. Sqdn., APO .
Worship 11 a.m. Evening inserts
roasts Mrs. Solano
For
service 6:30: m. I I now employed as an electrical
evening p. I Dania, under the of the
Song service 7:30 m.Rev.. care .
p. the Ministers and Deacons .
133 Box 135, New York, N.Y.Pvt. I
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinp I thyme stems in holes around on fire control
:
Bible 7:30: repairman.
Wednesday study,
R. L. l.ee pastor.IIEILBRONN I I Union held doctor and will be unable to do
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone was at New Hope the meat and leaves them through ,I
p. m. any work for the next four In other Co. B. activities it was
Church Rev. L. W. Mos- .
Baptist ,
welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, the cooking Dry thyme ;I
I MISSIONARY Radio Program Station months. She is asking for your process. announced that the payroll for
ley, pastor. This is of the
one
; BAITIST CHURCH WRGR. Sunday 8:30: 9 a. m., I pastor.> ISE'E.'UI auxiliary of Mt. Sinai prayers You may send your cardsor Gary P. Nazworth, son of may also be dusted on chicken I the unit last quarter totaled $5,887
I groups Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nazworth of with salt and pepper before fry I
Sunday School 10 a. MornIng "The letters, etc. for nine drills.
m. Subject for the month, Missionary Association to P. O. Box 1060
DAY Baptist -
Worship 11 a. m. Evening Bible." Rev. D. E. White Moderator. The Hollywood, Fla. Rt. 1. Starke, was recently ing. Co. B., along with other companies -
Worship. 7:30: m. Training ADVENTiST CHURCH selected as a member of the 24th (Mr. and :Ml'Si Solano grow I
p. I
service began with Sunday Schoolat A Girl Is Born in the 748th Armored
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- TIlE RIGHT POINT for the Services each Sabbath in the Inf. Div. Honor Guard in Korea thyme in flower pots. The plantsare

Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays way yourite. Come In and se- home o! 3. N. Brown across from 10 a. m., Deacon John .Diggsin Lorraine Lewis gave birth to'a He was chosen on the basis of set out in the sun and watered Ordnance Battalion will undergothe
charge. Music furnished girl on April 1 at the home of I
7:30 p. m. Rev. SF.. lect your favorite ESTERBROOK Bethel Baptist Church east of was ) his outstanding appearance, precision every day. It is best they say, last weekend of drill to qual-
ry: Sister Maurice White. inspiring i Essie Holland registered
Beard, pastor. I I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m An Mother drill ability, and high efficiency to put the plants in large potsto ify the men with their individual
jI mid-wife. She is located at 746
Bible Study each Wednesday, review was given on 'The I rating. Nazworth entered give them plenty of room to weapons on May 18 and 19.

7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. Last Judgement" by the pastor. Brownlee St. Lorraine is the the Army last August and grow; also so you can loosen the New recruits sworn in last
Rev. Mosley. Over $200 was daughter of Irene Williams ofj I.
completed basic training at Fort dirt around them. week Griffts
were Johnny Leo
CHRISTIAN CHURCH raised through enrollment of ministers Keystone Heights, a former stud-
t Knox. Ky., and arrived overseas Whether in and Aaron Mattox both
herbs
are a Johnny ,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE deacons ent of RJE. Her husband is air- grown
Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor laymen and Sun-
last January. His wife, Lucile
Lewis. stationed real bed of aromatic plants, or]I of Raiford, and Herbert M.
School Jonathan now -
Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- day rally. Churches par- man lives in Starke.
a scattering of such plants a- Goodson.
FLA. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth ticipating were: Ebenezer, Trenton overseas. Sister Holland I

\\l Mt. Zion and Second has delivered several childrenfor -, -
Church, 6:30: p. m. All young Bap- - -" "- - --"- -"-"------------

people Invited.WOODLAWN. tist, Raiford, Mt. Calvary New this family. She has been
tI REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor the adult school at Arley McRae. son of Mr. and
Bethel, Antioch, New Hope, studying in Madison Street ChurchPresently
Mrs. J. W. McRae of Rt. 2 Baptist
MISSIONARY Ebenezer of Starke, and Pleasant RJE pursuant to a degree or certification -
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town BAPTIST CHURCH Grove of Keystone 'Heights. The I in Nursing Education.Red Starke, is taking pilot trainingat

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Lackland AFB in Texas. He
10 a.m. Sunday SchOOl 11 a.m. officers are Rev. L. W. :Mosley Cross ProgramThe ( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.)
is a graduate of BHS and received -
preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer president: Rev. Otis Arnold:vice- Red Cross Program spon-

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. service, 7 o'clock song services, president; Deacon H. Brooks, sored'by Chairman C. C. Anderson Physical his Education Bachelor's and Degree Scienceat in Good Singing Forceful PreachingSunday

secretary; Deacon Joe Louis, at New Bethel Church in
Sunday School 9:45 A-M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Baptist the U. of F. He was commis-
treasurer .
SIDE Deacon
NORTH ; J. C. Carlwell, the interest of increasing the

I BAPTIST CHURCH finance officer; Deacon Saul funds sioned a second lieutenant in" the School _______________________ 9:45 A.M.
Midweek Service successful. Music
Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. was very
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Hankerson, finance officer. I was furnished 'toy the RJE Choir' Air Force ROTC would upon like to gradua-hear Morning Worship ______________________11:00 A.M.

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training First Born Church, Rev. L. with Enoch Allen at the piano. I tion. Arley

Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship Howard will hold commendations from his friends at the followingaddress Training Union _______________________ 6:15 P.M.
pastor regularservice Special was given -
I 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday.DON'T 7:30 p. m. Prayer :Meeting throughout the day Sunday to the soloists who' included McRae,:3700 2nd Officers Lt. Arley Pre Flight W. Evening Worship ______________________ 7:30 P.M.

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone with Prayer Services & Business Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M.
welcome. E. C. Harvey pastor. starting Sunday Schoolat Rose Bud KittIes and Linwood Class 58 H, Sq. I' Box 1549, ,

10 a. m. The pastor is expected Crawford of Lawtey, and also the Lackland AFB, San Antonio.

to be at his post of duty on trio. Mae Frances Jenkins servedas
NEW RIVER Texas. Come And Bring The Children Room For AHA
Sunday. Revival meeting started mistress of ceremonies. The
MISS TillS DOUBLE BLESSING 8 P. M. BAPTIST CHURCH
Monday night, April 1, and as occassion was given by Mrs. L. CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU!

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship yet the closing date is uncertain.As M. Royal and the main address : YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester REV. I. E. ENLOW Pastor
See Men" film 11 Evening Serv- '
"Martyred a.
by Hour, m. fountain b
brook
prase-size
Anderson of pens
long as we can; save souls we by Principal C. C.
P. T. Nolin SchoolFORD
ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each shades. Brad Supt. Sunday
will continue the me ting. Rev.L. Anderson Junior High SchQOl. pastel Only $3.09 at

Hear"TheChallenge"byPastor Wednesday, 7-:30 p. m. Everyone Bell of Port St. Joe. a very He was able to get a collectionof ford County Telegraph. t"? I __" 6' .
) welcome.L.. L. Parker, p.stor.
young preacher. will conduct the $36 from the group present.

Sister Wilhelma several of the
meeting. representing

First Baptist Church Hampton BAPTIST GRAHAM CHURCH Strong, reporter. churches. Princinal Anderson '

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- New Hope Baptist Church. Rev. thanked all persons for their
L. W. Mosley pastor. will have contributions and indicated that
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training
Sunday School 10 A.M. Wor services starting with Sunday he was expecting all RJE teachers *
Union 6:30: m. Evening
Morning Service 11 A.M. ship. 7:30 p.m.Rev.. W. 0 School at 10 a. m. At 2:30: p. m and other patrons not in

Training Union 7 P.M. Collins, Sr.,p.pastor. Sunday, Rev. R. J. Washington, attendance to the program to is lowest priced of the
make contribution. Enroll with
a
choir and congregation will render -
"Hour Of Power" Wed. 8 P.M. .
services at the church. We Red Cross today!
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST

"Crusade for Christ" LATTER DAY SAINTS welcome to the reportorial staff Cancer Crusade l low-price three!

Services each Sunday in old one of the faithful members of Cancer can be cured. This is a .

I Sat. 6:30 to 6:45 A.M. WRUF .. .,.t Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday I this church Sister Leola Morris. fact. A program of educationand
School 1" a. 'm. Sacrament We hope she will make it a pointto research is always in progress -

MARVIN E. FAILE, Pastor I Service 6-:30: p. m. Everyone wel. keep the news of New Hope in in the interest of Cancer 'That &goeroaiIiJwI'Aro'roomy
.
I come. this column of the Bradford atients. This fight cannot con- I !.

I I' County Telegraph.- Leola Morris tinue without your help through Aiooi'

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS reporter. your cooperation and contribu-
I
New Bethel Baptist Church. tions. April i is the month for
6 PIECE CHURCH :
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn Rev. A. Vinson pastor, will hold the united Cancer Drive. Miss : *i-s;
Alvarez is chair- */
'ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic regular services all day Sunday Dorothy county

I services, 7:30 p. m. starting with Sunday School at man and will be calling uponus ;

DINING ROOM Wednesday Prayer Meeting 10 a. m. Supt. Saul Hankerson to do our best. We hope to F*

7:30 p. m.BROOKER. in charge. All teachers and pupilsare set up a Memorial Fund in honorof

asked to be on time. Covenant some of the loved ones in

I BAPTIST CHURCH meeting will be held at 11 a. m., Starke who have passed from

SUITE Rev. C. Bruce Stallings, pastor B. T. U. at 5:30 p. m.. Sis. Sarah Cancer. When we stop giving, wewill .

Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morning Jenkins in charge. Regular Com stop living. _. _- _
123 EAST CALL STREET held at V
munion Services will be
I worship, 11 a. m.: training
PHONE 80 Reg. $329.95 union 7 p. m.; evening worship 7 p. m. with the pastor'officers> Mrs. Willingham Dies .

8 p. m.WednesdayHour. and deaconesses in charge. Easter -
Here
After Illness
practice. will be held each ,
of Prayer, ,#
NOW Monday, Wednesday and Friday
8
p. in.LAVTEY
Mrs. Mamie Anderson Will-
Pauline Marshall -
BuffetS until Easter. Sis.
here Monday evening following
I CHURCH OF CHRIST in charge. Parents are urgedto '
38 died at her home
children to rehearsals. ingham. ,
95 (presently meeting in City Hall) send their
an illness of several months.A .
Extension Table .- Joan Jenkins, reporter. -
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., :
native of Palatka, her parents
worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. .
Church. Rev. were the late John. and Ola
Antioch Baptist I
Bible
Chairs people's will hold regu- Hersey Anderson. '
study, 7; preaching, 7:30. George Lee pastor I
starting Surviving are her husband
:
Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 lar services all day Sunday
.. with Sunday School at 10 Elijah Willingham: a daughter.'
44 "_'!D p.n1. Arata Williams and Rachel Bonnette: five sons Lester -
Radio a. m. Supt.
French Provincial programStation Weslev and John
Willialns in charge. Willinghamand
WRGR, Monday, 6:3!> a. m. I I Bro. ,Clarence
The morning message will be delivered Franklin and Bobby Bon- V

Music will nette, all of Starke; two sisters -
by the pastor. : The new long, tow and
ii i FOR DEPENDABLE be furnished by Charles Coving- Mrs. Pauline Wilkinson and Mrs. lovely.Custom Tudor

UN B. T. U. will be held in Myrtle Wilkinson both of Palat-
&uticww ton. The :
I Everything that makes fine fine
Evening Service ka. a car
the afternoon. _ -
t Termite Control Sisters Mable Funeral services were held in It makes LUXURY a r low-priced word
7:30
starts at p. m. can now be yours at the low Ford price! You get a fine-car.V-8
taking .the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at ;
Williams are
Lee and Emma engine-the end result of Ford's 25 experience building ANEW
11 a. with the years
m. Wednesday
of the Easter prac- .
I Household ft CommercialPest charge '. FO R D
ControlS tice. All members and friends are Rev. E. C. Harvey officiating:. more V-8's.than anyone,else4. You get the longest, biggest, KIND OF

csked to let your children come Burial followed in the family .loveliest of the low-priced cars..You get a new"Inner Ford"

Grove Spraying out and take a part in the Easter plot in Oak Grove Cemetery in with a full-cradle frame and the last word in suspension systems *B
program i which will be held Clay County. for a smoother ride and longer life. But, don't take our word Tor it! .nf d1lnl"l' tttoHiflutrtd

Call FR. 6-60S5 I the third Sunday in this month. Active, pallbearers were John Visit your Ford Dealer and see what a fine car Ford dollars deliver. r. pnot.*.:'.

I I Deacon J. C. Carlwell, reporter.Mt. Magyar, Bill Hagan, W. L. Carroll ,

Florida Pest Control : Pisgah A. [.E. Church. George Ellis. Doyle Snell

I-t&-- ![ Rev. E. L. Walker pastor will and H. B. Snell.
& Chemical
Co.
.7 hold regular Communion services ; Andrews Motor Co.
'. 'I t
24 N. W. 16th Ave. Sunday. Church School will begin YOU'LL LOVE tt. new Ester- '

Gainesville Florida "at 9:30 a. m. with-Supt Annie
---- I brook prase-size fountain pens to
: .
Wright in charge. Love Feast

will be held on Sunday morning. J ford I pastel County shades.Telegraph.Only $3.09 at Brad-' MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA.



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PAGE TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE,.FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 5, 1957 _
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Negro Convic in This with question the moonshine was met with hauling.an 7 Bradford Men Commission Votes 1 Lee Roy GaineyDies I CONNER EXPRESSES THANKS

Kitten and I wish to

On Shine CountContinued objection Mayor from Jackson Futch.asked Clark if Are Fined $25 ; .,i ; Rites Held to everyone our; deep appreciation express

Parris made much of an effort to To Change Stand for the reception given in

( from Page 1) get out of the car when he foundit In Hunting CaseSeven Funeral services for Lee Roy our honor ty our f ends of Brad-
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was hauling moonshine. "Would Gainey 77, were held at the grave-I ford County last Sunday after- _

City Attorney Arch ThomasJr. you have let him out- if he had Starke men and a Gainesville On Racing Funds side in Dedan Cemetery Monday I noon; also for the many who"

replied to this motion by pressured you to," the mayor attorney Monday pleaded no afternoon at 2 o'clockth Elder, came to Tallahassee Tuesday and

saying that no arrest was made asked. Clark replied that he W. H. Eddy of Gainesville and attended my inauguration as-
contest to charges they illegally (Continued from A : of the
and no search and seizure made probably would have if Parris hunted doves by luring them with Page 1) ..j Elder H. L.- Moody of Waycross : Speaker House. Your goodwill
and
until after the defendants volun- hd fought.As and officiatingMr. ; I friendship expressed on
cracked corn and wheat were are against raising taxes and giving ;' these occasions is inspiring and
teered the information they were the testimony was completed fined $25 each by Federal District Gainey died Saturday after-!
all of the money to the will always remain one of ourmost
transporting moonshine. Futch moved that the noon in a Jacksonville !
: hospital
Judge Bryan Simpson.The "
schools, Crawford declared. cherished memories. Sincere -
Clark testified that he picked judge find Parris not guilty on Starke men are H. A. after a brief illness. He was born:
I I "We need a little of the ly -Doyle E. Conner
Parris up on the side of the road the grounds that: Bishop Jr., W. C. Powell, L. B. too," Norman remarked. money, a" Providence and had lived in

near Jacksonville as he was returning 1)) The. city "has failed to Alvarez, R. E. Jones, Lester J/ Jacksonville for seven years, moving

to Gainesville with the I prcve the evidence taken from Kite James R. Reddish and HarryN. Bishop,-in bringing up the new there from Brooker.He W.C.TU.

moonshine which he had takenon the aiitomobila was anything" Green. Attorney A. Z. Adkins proposalsaid he was "satisfied was a retired farmer and

previously. which was prohibited by law to be : of Gainesville, was also involvedin that the schools need more of the was a member of Rock Primitive "TIlE HOSTESS WHO SERV
money than we do," but also cited ,
Testifying that seven of the hauled or possessed. the episode. t Baptist Church. ES COCKTAILS TO LIVEN UP

five gallon drums were in the 2)) The police made W illegal The member of the party discussing the burden on the taxpayers whore I Survivors include two daughters, THE PARTy IS, LV FACT, CON
"without war- the incident last week. carrying the load in property Pistol I TROPHY WINNERS in last FESSING TILVT
rear seat and one on the floor search of the car taxes."I I Matches Mrs. L. A. Mintz and Mra A. B. SHE CAN
lawful ar aamitted the birds, but week's Pistol Matches at the NOT DEPEND
boards in front. Clark said that rant or incidental to .. shooting UPOX HER t
Parris did not know what was rest." said the group had no knowledgethe don't believe the people whore Held Lawmen i State Prison included prison Crosby, both of Jacksonville: a GUESTS TO BE INTERESTING -U

baited. But accordingto paying can afford to By I sen, Royce M. UNTIL THEY
in the cans until they had traveled 3)) The arrest was made pure- field was pay employees M. 1\'. Shealy (left), Gainey, Jacksonville HAVE BEEN

a distance down the road. ly on the suspicions of the officer. the game warden's explanation more he declared. "Among the I The 8th District of the Florida I Expert Class, and James E. ; a brother, E. S. Gainey, DRUGGED.SHE IS SAYING,

When Parris asked what was 4) No real evidence, other cf the law they were guilty he people petitioning to raise taxes,I Peace Officers Assn. met Wednesday Plant City; seven grandchildren IN EFFE Marksman Thtss.on ,
in the can Clark said he replied the testimony of the officers !raid, because the hunter is sup- I bet that 90 per cent of them are ,I March 27, at the Florida Ormond and five THEY HAVE ALCOHOL IN
than to make the field is not on the tax rolls! ," he said. great grandchildren. THFJR
that it was gasoline. Later Parris was offered to verify that posed sure, I State Prison with around 300 officers personnel who won merchan- BLOOD STREAM IN

unscrewed the cap and tasted it, the substance, found in the car rot baited before hunting in it. Bishop and Mrs. Chastain were wives, and, state official.- dise priies included L. C. Smith, Funeral arrangements were in SUFFICIENT QUANTITIES TO

discovering it was moonshine. absent from the March 14 meet- attending. charge of DeWitt C. Jones. RENDER THEM PARTIALLY
moonshine. J. C.
was i Smith. L. W. Pace7 and L.
Clark said Parris sked to be 5) No testimony was offeredto pg. Bishop was on a business trip Pistol matches began at 1 p. C. Harrell. INSENSIBLE THEY ARE GOING -

let out, but allowed himself to show that Farris had any Radio Tower r. Georgia. Mrs. Chastain said she m. with 64 persons participating. : While the matches were in -YOU'LL LOVE the new :ster- TO BE INSUFFERABLY

be persuaded to stay in with the rights of possession whatsoever. vaa ill and could not attend the Courtney A. Roberts of the : progress about 150 ladies and brook pnise-size fountain to DULL AND STUPID."
argument that would owneror joint meeting. "I feel we ought to Gainesville Police pens (DR. ROY L. SMITH
no one stop was not the Dept. was the non-shooters toured IN
Parris: the prison, pastel shades.
7)) I Only $3.09 at Brad
and pick him up at that hour of operator of the vehicle. have gotten more of the money," Master Trophy winner with a and everyone gathered at the ford County Telegraph.STONE FLORIDA WHITE RIBBON
the And Airpark she said. of NEWS, APRIL 1957.)
the night. 7)) Parris was denied score 482 x 500. His score was club house later for a variety

Thomas in cross-examining Constitutional right against self Based on the $105,000 the Countyis tied by L. L. Wainwright of the show arranged by Miss Sylvia -

Clark was met with a flood of incrimination without being duly now receiving in race track State Prison. but in the processof Paulk. At 6:30: a chicken and

objections from Futch when he warned of the right.To i Settle ConflictA funds, the Commission's formula breaking the tie Roberts edged yellow rice dinner was served Sell It Rent fi Trade II

asked questions delving into Par- this motion Thomas replied would give the Commission about Wainwright out to become the Prison Superintendent DeWitt

ris' past history. Mayor Jackson that the "evidence is an $5,000 more than it is receiving winner. Sinclair spoke briefly on the ac _

overruled Futch's objections after adequate rebuttal." conflict brought about 'by the under the present even three-way, Trophy winner in the Expert tivities and needs of the prison.L. .

Thomas said he was trying to I presence of the tower for radio split, and would give the schools Class was M. M. Shealy of the L. Wainwright, chairman of WITH A TELEGRAPH

rind out Clark's reputation in ChargedIn station WRGR directly in the about $35,000 more. But this' Prison, with a score of 479 x. the 8th District Florida Peace CLASSIFIED

this type of crime. Negress landing pattern for an airpark would be $5,000 less for the 500. Alvin 1... Wells of the Palat Officer Assn. termed the meetinga

Clark testified that he had Lawtey ShootingA operated by Lacy Conway was schools than they would receive ka Police Dept. took the trophyin great success. "In these meet Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

never been arrested before. I settled last week by Conway agreeing under the March 14 agreement. the Sharpshooter Class with 8 ings officers: are able to get acquainted ZO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . .
Sandra Marie to close down commercial us- 50t
Thomas also questioned Clark Negro woman A major advantage of the percentage score of 441 x 500, while James and discuss their prob- EACH
with aggravated of the field. ADDITIONAL WORD
charged landing 2
concerning his relationship with Jenkins was age said is E. Ormond of the Prison staff lems, exchang% thoughts and in c
split, Bishop thatit
the shootingof 25* ADDITIONAL FOR BLiND ADS
Parris. Clark said the two had assault in Conway agreed to this settlement would give the Commission a was winner in the Marksman this way to a better job of law nl rOIT,'"' OP 11PF.R! CFNT 0?OR TWO ADS !NOT P4ID IS ADVANCE
Jenkins, OH MORP ...
Wilbur I' .PR.'n.., .
her husband. on the condition that the members of the Pris- enforcement said. -
known each other as boys, but proportionate share of increar.3 I Class. Other Wainwright
afternoon. radio station would to have I any I
had been from their. home Sunday pay
away in race track funds. WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR. FOR
set
and seen each other only about Bond for the woman was the airpark land subdivided. This I Guard NITURE. Elrod Furniture Co.. ape nEXT-Xt unfurnished g'ar-
preliminary Bishop said that he believed the Local FFA Blanding Phone 4) tfchf apartment two bedrooms
twice since returning. The owner- at $500 pending a condition was met by station Boys Size of modern homeS Couple de-
morning before "school people will concur" in the sired. Phone
and
Chamberlin 134.J.
Saturday
ship of the car, a 1938 Ford was hearing owners Dolph top OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY / tfchg
also examined by Thomas. When County Judge T. A. Yawn. Jenk- Fred Temple, with the Starke new prosposal. Hits StrengthNational RADIOS REPAIRED FOR SALE By owner
on
Griffin
told that Clark was buying the ins was wounded in the shoulder American Legion paying half of School Superintendent Harmon Ready Steers Reasonable All Hake Charge- All-Models guarantee of LooP Sfarke.nd. one Attractive mile from the heart

car from "a man named Fuller." with a shot from a pistol. The the $780 cost.Chamberlin Morgan said Tuesday that the Guard Co. B of Camp CHAS. C. SHEPHERD room home and 7 acres two with bed.1

Thomas asked if Fuller was tied shooting occurred in Lawtey.I estimated that the School Board hasn't changed its Blanding this week became the 703-W. Call St. Starke Ph. 23* or mile' house road frontage Jioooo,

.. cost of moving the tower would position and that the agreement For Sale Show first company in the seven year NEED TIRESf or r4nAcre and building 3 acres site -with$70o 4SI;;

have been, $3,000. reached at the joint meeting still history of the 748th Armored Get them now, pay las you ride. ft A &&. George
Prn-
n ninn nn Ask for our easy budget terms. __: __ nh""A .
r.tands. Ordnance Battalion to reach full 2tn4/5
The conflict started two days Lacy Conway Sales and Service.

after the nation was in operation Though the regular: meeting of "The steers are in fine shape j strength.The Union Pus Station Starke, tfchg Fla. FOR fished RENT apartment- Three, private room fur-

I the Commission was held company reached their full Apph' 383 N' bath.
Easter when they received word from the Mondaythis and going to be ready," was the I 425-J. Cherry St. Phone
FCC that they must move their special meeting was scheduledso quota of 124 men by recruitingsix WANTED-Any Information or ma- ___ 4tp _4/li
that Bishop could be present report of P. C. Hutchins FFAJ this week. Lt. J. B. Dick, tertil (particularly secretary'snotes SAT $500
tower because it was erected in ) about theIother's Club on two bedroom house
Conway's traffic pattern. during discussion of the race fund advisor, as the date for the an-, public information officer, said (now the Starke Woman's Club) \on\-. 80 x 360 ft. lot. located at 1017

h Sue. Bishop, who had strongly nual J. D. Odom FFA Fat Steer trial Co. B, with 34 recruits has from 191 to 193!. Please eon- Madison Reduced to 16509
Chamberlin and Temple said the ) tact Mrs. E. L. Matthews, 505 E. lrArayne., 1324 Moselev Jive.
plans for the radio set had advocated more of the money for show and Sale in Gainesville near-)more recruits! than the other unitsin Adkins St., or phone 22, Starke. Palatka, phone 5-2775.:! '3tp 4/T!
up the Commission was unable to the battalion combined. 2t 3/22
I received both CAA and FCC ap ed. I Fon S.\LF.
SavingsSTORE attend Monday's session. The unit's reward for this accomplishment WHEN IN NEED OF
But look
proval. apparently the CAA Hutchins was. 'referring to the at the Price bC OD this 10'._
will be a steak dinner ly 3 D. R. 110",.,
had
"goofed, Chamberlin said, animals to be entered in the show LANDSCAPINGFILL large io. Oil
furnished by Lt. Col. RobertV. Ulldl."D St. 360 ft. deep, ......_
because Out
despite the fact that detailed Of County and sale by members of the local tlful lot. ThC 0".1' has
Link ''battalion DIRTor mO..d
commander. and ha.
plans and maps on the location FFA chapters. These entrants will low low Instructed in. to nell a' the

STOCKED SOLID had been rent: them they Student Ban be Jerry Suggs. Dick Smith, John Individual recognition is slated DISKINGW. Lop Do"price PaymeDt.of oniy 8al.nH$6$00.00.like

were thinking'about a site five Allen Shadd and Sidney Newman.The for Pvt. Charles Redding who is Reftt Come early for lbl. one.

miles east of Starke when they sale will toe held slated to receive the $25 reward L. THIGPEN, JR. :20 A. Just \
show and
Talked BoardContinued I I Bfc 2 Box 245-D Alton Rd .t the edge ofBlM' town
SAVINGS
WITH STYLISH 'gave the go ahead for the tower, By next' Friday April 12 in the pledged by Col. Link for the man :10 with god a 'ery 3 n- n. home Han _
bearing
'I construction."We I who brings the recruits, PHONE 297-J Pecan Ire... new
( from Page 1) D. Odom Livestock Market J'I chicken houne. ham 'and about 14
Dick said. Redding is credited Starke, Fla. a.ru In ruIfUalloa.on .
I This
went overboard 'a providingthem ;Gainesville.The I for Iii ideal
Shop BOTTOM DOLLAR for before more capital with the enlistment of 12 men. relrenen. or Just a home "1I.r.
detailed infornration about survey any night prior to thee shaw.Thun.iay you 'aD ';0 that afternoon faI'DII.I
the location of the tower," Cham- outlay funds can be spent in the 11 will Officials reported that Co. C 3 PATH 0V SAVTXOS KEY- "i,04.00: term*.
April a banquet
STATE BANK KEYSTONE
latest fashions in Easter berlin said. He said they sent a Ccunty, including funds to move be held for ''buyers, sellers, FFA of Starke had a total strength of HEIGHTS FLA.. MEM- Get your milD.,,'. worth her. A

special exhibit pointing out the the building. Morgan said he does- and fathers. 104 men after the April 1 "activeduty" BER FDIC.WANTED lovely older borne .. good e..mmu._
boys itnear
Starke,
location of the airport, the water r't expect the team to get to the steers deadline. 500 new Bottled Gas from post office 8 acres about I.3 blocks_
of the 32 show cuIti'a
wear for the ENTIRE family! tank, and county jail radio tower. county before June or July. Judging Customers. Low installation cost. .10. with 01 er SO farBe bearlaic
10 and Service. Harry C. Elrod pecan ..
will start at a.m. Friday Prompt are s bed room. 1x: 1\.
_ During the controversy Conway Even if the out of county students the sale of these steers will start Cancer Drive Furniture Co. tfchg dining room 9 x 1::. ...It.... S i 14.
are sent back, Morgan raid, "!'?. R- J: x ':5- large front aid
closed
down his while
airport this step will not solve the over- at 1 p.m. I 21 INCH -fELEVISION consoles, 110 back porch, complete bath, utility
negotiations were held with CAA Gets down at Dahmer's. tfchrHKAL houe and good ..aoIlIl.U this for
officials. flow problem much more than one The 32 steers are entered from Underway only $6. 00. On term..
This Week's Specials FFA over a four KSTtTEWant
15
chapters
year. I Miss Dorothy Alvarez, Bradford WANTED AT OVCK....40 ."r more
In other action the School county area and proceeds of the acres e.o..o
Starke.
County cancer fund chairman, a nlcr little pl.are whrrr Slant be
2 Horsemen Board approved trustees' recom- sale will go to these chapters.A r-IIU can upend n quirt hour JON mostly cleared. ur Is Cultiiifloi.
.
announced yesterday that the 'knocking aro'ind and doing a little 1108118 not ........r,. This I* a
mendations of Beecher W. Paynefor booster committee from local local drive got off to a good start rUhlitK Well ". hair it on a cash propositionOhfice .

Arrested Here principal of Bradford High farm groups last week urged this week with a contribution of good lake for ?:2..VW.00. space for rent o.er :.oao

C School for the coming year; P. prospective bu'ers from Bradford $241.50 from employees of the Or thin a modern new 3 bed roeiu .q. ft. I' the heart of Starke o,er.

CERAMICS (Continued fiom Page 1) T. Nolin, principal of Starke Ele-' County to attend this event and Highland and Trail Ridge plantsof Tit* bonne with paneline iaitide "loo"'n..U" I. St.wl"If nut l.fact.rr
remodel
Lake Genern in the Keystoneiieighti .Wn'r mentary School, and L. H. Futchas the steers by the qualified .
bid on grown Humphreys Gold Corp. The .""U"n for iu..t I.T.7OO.Ofl tenant.HrlnK

tolerate any such episode! in the principal of Brooker Junior local boys.Hutchins. county quota is $900. with term Thin In the bay ..f the four property listings to

Vases future, arresting horsemen immediately High. All of the other principalsin asked farmers in the Miss Alvarez stated that the I year .. I hate buyers walllnjc to bur me.all

Planters if they ride on the side- the County are on continuing county who have livestock to sell drive would continue for the next home Perhaps for a 30 JlrtJlOO.no.Here farm V 4O with acre modern farm kfnd, farm of property, home, ranch Including. motel acreW. ..

Ash walk or create 'other disturbances. contracts them to this sole. Higher lake frontage and hlghna
Trays to take few weeks with the houss to house with Rood hoe and modern (eon front.

Police Chief W. E. Thornton I At the next meeting of the prices are expected he said, be- .campaign set for the first weekin venieneen. 3X acre slid home on age.WALL

: 39c Values stressed that the policemen will trustees at 8 p.m. April 11, in cause more bidders will be on May. Mrs. P. G. Felos is drive 'bargain'.S. 301 North that of yon Mnrke ahould and...othe.. REALTY

be on strict guard to prevent any Morgan's office the teacher recommendations hand. chairman for Starke. REGISTERED BROKER

:( 4LimitSHOES reptition of Saturday's episode. will be made. Llntliign Solicited. Box 466 Phone 487-J

Chassereau was placed under hear "Bulletin Board of the Air" 337 N. Walnut Starke
WRGRSTARKE earn Meek d"r 7J.1O %. $1. OCIVHGR
arrest by Holtzendorf as he apparently 3-County Clinic Legion Urges Dial 1400. Call .VM announrenr FOR REXT-3 room nicely furnished
was trying to ride his: > meeting .t.... thin .. a public apartment. Air conditioned-,
FLORIDA
horse into the tavern. The horse- srnlce. \o obligation. TV and electric kitchen. Middle
99 On School HealthIs 1490 KG PHONE 500 age adults preferred. Mm. Clark
S man began struggling with Holtz- Solons To Push FLORIDA REALTY CO. _Rt. 1; Box '44, Bessent Rd. tfchg

endorf but was apprehended when "AT YOUR REQUEST" (Guy Andrews W. B. SewellA. EOR SALE
Near
Sweat to the assistance of Slated HereA Starke two newly _
came 1OX. THRU
I SAT. WITH JAN J. Thomas) painted the other officer.In ANDREE 4 TO 6 P. M. gas deep well Jet pump. Quick
FEA Telephone 3S.V sale. Will include
Easter ColorsBoys' ProposalsStarke's garden tools
other
in Court
cases Mayor's ,
school health clinic for Bradford and furniture. Andrew
:33.1 Temple Are. Starke FJa. Tyler, Rt
Gene Edwards who was arrestedon Monday Through Friday 1. Box llg-B. Starke. 3tp 4/13
and Union Countieswill \
Clay
,
a public intoxication chargeon 6:00: Sign On and News FOR SALE USed 21" T.only I
be held in the Starke USO American Legion Post FOR RENT-Three bedroom hou e.
Feb. 5 forfeited a $50 bond. 6:05 Songs of the Gospel fT9.9S at Sheoherd'8- ItJadio. and Conveniently located. 456 W. Madi.
C Frank A. Faulkner of Atlanta building April 10-11-12, Dr. A. 56 last week threw its support 6:30 Clockwatcher T.V. tfchg son Phone 47J-W. tfch:'

Y. Covington, county health of- behind the Florida Education As-
7:00 News of the World ,
was sentenced to a fine of $25 or WA TEB FOR RENT-Furnished one and
five days in jail after pleading :ficer announced yesterday. A sociation's legislative proposals 7:15 Hymn for the Day Women: US Grad. 13-35: yrs. age. two bedroom apartments. Desirable
planning meeting will be held on raise additional statefunds single for expense paid trainingand location. Close in. All conveniences. -
SHIRTS tuilty; to public intoxication. to 7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air placement in medical clerical, W. IL. Nollman 228
; the first day (Wednesday) at 9 for remedying the communications finance I. ,
James Hazen was fined $25 for as a means 7:30 Weather Around the Nation. engineering v. Madison St. Starko tfchg
public relations, intelligence
a. m. condition" of Brad-
reckless driving in a school zone. that "deplorable 7:35 Clockwatcher food service, administration machine FOR SALE Electric Kelvlnator
89c Bonds forfeited included: Mrs. Dr. Covington explained ford County schools.A 7:50 News and Sports accounting and transportation Range. Brand new. 40 inches.
the State Department of Educa- fields. Opportunities guaranteed for Reasonable for cash. Telephone
Pauline Rosen, $25 running a red tion and the State Board of resolution adopted by the 8:05 Clockwatcher advancement and \I'avel.vrlte P. Keystone Heights 4194. ftp 4/5

Value'c.. light and causing an accident; Jones-Langford-Whi Post 56 9:00: 9:05:. 'News O. Cox 46TO, Jacksonville Fla.
Health major emphasis WANTED
are placing 4tp 4/2 Men to work. Apply
states: 9:05: 9:25: Howdy Friends
Charles H. Hurst, $50 reckless this on improvement of : in person, Florida Reptile Land,
year
driving 'and causing an accident; WHEREAS we recognize the 9:25: Voices of the City FOR SALE 1J50; Chevrolet Sur- Highland Itl'hlC
in the public
Julia Kalwoski. health programs of maintaining a 9:30: Howdy Friends burban Carry All. Radio, Heater '
$25,
speeding; schools.Dr. importance over-load springs. Excellent con- FOR SALE Slightly Used R.C.A
BAGS James D. Stanley, $10, running red good school system in our county 9:45.Radio Chapel dition. See at Tlnys 66 Station 30" Electric Range like new only
George T. Stafford pro- II!!!.'; tit Shepherd's Radio and
light; William P. Tillar Jr., $10, fessor of Health and Educationat ; in order to insure proper education -' 10:00 Kitchen Club Priced right. Itp T.V. tfchj

ColorsMen's running a red light. of our children and future 11:00 News
Easter the University of Illinois has FOR SALE Farmall Tractor with FOrt SALE TO BE MOVED FK'eroom
been employed to work in Florida growth of our area; and 11:05 Let's Go Calling equipment. H. T. Dennett Lawtey.2tp :. sealed house. wired- for

WHEREAS the school situation 11:30 Farm Roundup 4/12 I electricity. U%:;. B. L. Barnes
school
the current year.
New during 12:00 Luncheon in Dixie Hampton. ftp
Training Period Representatives of all organizations in our local community is in : WANTED Service Station Attendants -
condition thata 12:15 Noon News age 21 to 46. Experiencenot FOR SALE -' Completely furnished
Begins For Guard and individuals interested such a deplorable 12:30 Talk of the Town necessary. Group Insurances 2-bedroom house on I(ikeview
in school health problems are in- committee of laymen for the Savings Plan. Vacation with pay. Drive, Keystone Heights. Large
CAPS 97C betterment cf local schools has 1:00 Songs of the Siesta Apply in own handwriting P. O. lot. access to Highway 21, one
The training schedule for the vited to attend the planniring : 2:00' News Box 703. Starke, Fla. 2tchg 4/12 block south of city line. Private
Second quarter of the year was on April 10. Present also vrfll studied our entire local school sale of modern &: antique furniture -
School system and has concluded thata 2:05 Music for Motoring Three Bull Puppies will be given linens, dishes (some im.
introduced to members of the be representatives of 3:00 News away by Dolph Reddish at Coun- port), motion picture outfit
Toyos National Guard Co. C Monday Boards from the three counties, minimum of $169,000 additional ty Jail. Itp many other items of value -
3:05 Radio Ranch F. P. Egan. Keystone
is needed to operate our Heights.
Lots of Styles night by 1st. Lt Drew Reddish and the health department staff. money '. If'hr 4/14
4:00 News WANTED "- Unencumbered white
training officer. The afternoon will be, devoted to schools for another year; There- companion for semi-invalid. No
39c Value 4:05 At Your Request FOR SALE II New
fore be it laundry or heavy work. Room Hampshire
Lt. Reddish said that this visiting a cross section of schools Red
laying hens.
4 6:00 The World Today and sajary. References exchanged. Good kiyers.
quarter will conclude the. basic An orientation clinic for health RESOLVED, That the Jones- Phone 444-W after 1 p.m. Sun- Frank Kuhn, Rt. J, Box ZU,

150W. training in such subjects as map coordinators of white schools will Langford-White Post 56 of the 6:15 Instrumentally Yours day. 504 N. St. Clair. Itp Starke. 2tp 4/12
Public Service
I 6:45
!reading and military code of be held Thursday April 11, in American Legion, of Starke I 7:00News FOR SALE 1948 "M" System FOR RENT Five room furnished
Call St. conduct. Training in military the USO starting at 9:30 a. m. House Trailer. C. F. Bateman, cottage gas. electricity. Access to
I I Lake. S30
Florida per mo.
BOTTOM Bradford County go on 7:05 Shank of the Evening year round.
speciality subjects will be start- The colored orientation clinic for 1312 Wilson Rd.. Phone 3J4-T. Stars &: Stripes, Kingsley Lake
record as urging the Honorable 7:55 News and Weather tarke. Itp phone 27<1.
ed so the men can become fully health coordinators will be held I Hj

qualified in their specific job at the Bradford County Health Senator Charley E. Johns and 8:00 Sign Off FOR RENT Nicely furnished FOR RENT To responsible! party

assignments. Included in the Dept on Friday April 12, begin- the Honorable Representative Saturday three Kingsley bedroom Lake for apartment round at nearly new three bedroom house

schedule is one weekend at Camp ning at 9:30 a. m. Doyle E. Conner to do every- Same schedule as above, except rent. Inquire at Rosenberg'sStore. year Key unfurnished at Chamber 511 N.of Water Commerce.St.

a thing within their power to secure 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. Itchg Stchr
I'DOSEMt ) $ Blanding May 18 19 for the Any civic or school organization 4H9

purPOse of firing on the range. interested in having Dr. additional state funds for Sunday LOST -,March 15 vicinity of Law Bnnkkef'Dlnll: Service. No Matter
our school system as pointed out 7:30 Sign On. Religious programs tey. Medium sized black dog with How Small. Write
The last drill for this quarterwill Stafford talk to them on school four I Maryan Dingle,
white feet and white markings
__P.. O. Box 417. ,.
recommended until Stark
the legislative 1 FU.
In p.m. tfch
be devoted to orientationfor health problems are urged to : OH throat and chest. Mixed :

summer camp. contact H. P. Morgan Bradford program of the Florida Education 1:00 to 6:00: The Sunday Show I breed Shepherd., with a suggestion Reward. of German -. Tomato Plants For Sale. Stroho'.
The Ninal.
County School Superintendent Association. 6:00 tir 8:00 See schedule above. Rt. 1. "Box 3i 2,. Hawtejr. Itp. Garage. jtp flU _



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