Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Queen HopefulsLaunch HOLY,SERVICES WEEK, j i DuPont To Take'Operation Commission Sees Tax 4 Hike _

Drive; Annual Holy Week Noon-Day Over If More Race Funds Denied

services will be held from 12 to

21 Enter Race 12:30 beginning Monday, Apr,9 Of Mines HereThe ,

15, in the First Methodist Church;: Businessmen Ask Lays Decision LegislatorsIn

Local ministers will have
Twenty-one hopeful candidates charge of the services each day: DuPont Company of Wilmington Johns To Choice Of Split Formulas

for Starke Centennial Queen and music will be provided by ,Del. will take over the I Help _
launched their campaigns followIng actual operations of its Trail
local church choirs as follows:
a meeting in the Woman's W. S. Mc- Ridge .and Highland ilmenite Avoid Tax BoostThe An additional tax of two mills on County taxpayers will _
Monday Rev
Club last Friday afternoon. plants from Humphreys Gold Corporation m be necessary if Bradford's share of state race funds is allo. ____

Entering the contest were: Aliley, with First Baptist Choir. not later than mid-Feb- threat of an additionaltax cated according to the formula worked out in a joint meeting

Rhoda Haines, Judy Carson, Alice 'Tuesday Rev. I. E. Enlow, ruary, "1958, it'was announced to 'of 2 mills by the County of the Commission, School Board and Hospital Board. i iinis
with Episcopal Church Choir. ,
Fay Newman, Martha Roberts. day.The Commission in the race track ;; statement was made o'in
KO U RT Marcia Miller, Shi Ann Smith, Wednesday Rev. D. F. Ko- move war disclosed in a. fund controversy brought quick a letter written by Commission proposed action at the join meet-
) Mary Agnes Matthews Rosine komoor, with First PresbyterianChoir joint announcement by Frederick i entrance of a group of businessmen ing.' the letter continued. "It

S I & Iw Flakes, Clara Douglas, Betty Ann ; H. Weismuller, general managerof into the issue as they urged Chairman H. A. (Buddy) BishopJr. was and is our considered opinion

: -d I *4 I -F4 r A" ?' Simmons, Lera Lawson, Vivian Thursday. Rev. L. D. Haines, the Du Pont Pigments Depart- Sen. Johns to make efforts to in an exchange of letters be- that the proposal submitted by

Garcia, Patsy Dixon MarilynCox with First Methodist Choir. ment, and.Albert' E. Humphreys, avoid any tax increase.. tween Bishop and Sen. Charley our Board is the only sensible

Sylvia Paulk, Carol Jennings Friday Rev. J. E. Sherwood, president of the Humphreys organization The views of the men were E. Johns over the Commission and equitable way to divide the
which has the funds in
Sandra Strickland, Mary with :Madison Street Baptist operated sent to Sen. Johns in a telegram resolution of last week which question.'While
plants under contiact for the last
Carol Bessent, Charlene Dennis, Choir. Tuesday. Twelve of Starke's recommended a formula which we sympathize with the
Frances Landrum, and Glenda The annual Sunrise Service 10 years. business people signed the wire. need for new school buildingsor

Underbill. will be held in the High School Mr. Weismuller pointed out that "We are strongly opposed to would give the Commission a repairs to' existing ones, and
the Humphreys organization was larger portion of the race funds demand for increased salaries
the tele- ,
The price of admission to the I Stadium on Easter Sunday, Apr. any tax increases,
mammoth will retained in 1948 to build and operate -. read. The men urged that than the 'joint agreementWhich -' we would be derelict in our duties
historical pageant, 21, at 6 a. m. The message gram
"JCIXJK": Mack Futch is surrounded by his trusty Keystone the ilmenite mining facili- Commissioners
"Starke Centurama," playing be brought by the Rev. R. E. the legislator seek relief for the Formula? as if we
Hops; \\\ T. Jackson, II. H. Houston, H. A. Bishop ties, which include dredging, separation agreed to the school's proposalto
each night at the high school McBlain. Music will be providedby schools on a state level before Bishop's letter, which was en-
Jr., and II. IL Rabb Jr. Bishop was pinch-hitting for reg: stadium, May 5-11. will be $1.50 the BHS Band.PAYS I because and of its concentration of tech-ores, deciding on the method for reallocating dorsed by a majority of the the detriment of the Countyas

war Hop Billy N f'gt'lho was out of town when photowas for general admission seats and nical knowledge outstanding of the mining the race track fun*! Commission, in effect left the a whole.No

taken. $2 for reserved. Children 75 The telegram read: "We decision for more taxes on the Alternate
field. This decision by Du .Pont I
cents. WAY does not indicate any dissatisfaction strongly urge that you consider legislators to be determined by "If the bill is passed in the

However during the c.enten-I whatsoever with the Hum- possibility of favorable actionof which race track funds alloca- manner indicated in your let-
Brothers and Sisters of Brush and Swish, ,
in finan- ter, our Board will have no alternative -
legislature relieving tion formula they enact.
nial Queen Contest, advance cou- phreys Management or staff on
Gather around and listen to :
but to lean additional -
pons may be purchased from a WITH BLOODIt the contrary, Du Pont has been cial position of our schools be- Johns, in reply to last week's
The time is nigh for all good men 2 mills. We feel we have
fore taking final action on bill goneas
A Queen candidate or her helpersat most appreciative'of their per- resolution, said that he had already -
And women to avoid the "pen" the reduced price of 1. Each can't be said that per-, formance, the announcement 'said. to redistribute race track funds. drafted a bill according to far as we can go in this mat-

By wearing beards and bonnets, too, advance coupon will have an exchange sons convicted in Mayor's Du Pont's 10-year contract<"withHumphreys Understand will be necessary to the joint agreement. "I feel that ter and leave the question in

Or face the Kourt called Kangaroo.That value of $1.50, entitlingthe Court are forced to pay the expires next Februaryand raise our taxes 2 mills if bill ,' the School Board needs this the capable hands of you and

purchaser to a general admission Shakespearean pound of will not be nenewed, Mr. passes. We are strongly (opposed money worse than anybody else," our representative, Mr. Oonner.tfUnder

august tribunal known as the Kangaroo Kourt seat, two children's flesh but Mayor W. T. Weismuller said. He pointed out to any raise in our tax millage." Johns wrote., He suggested that the existing amount of
funds received in the
race being
Jackson came close Monday that DuPont in
was now a posi-
will hold its first session on the courthouse square this Sat- seats, or. with 50 cents more, "the three boards get together County the Commission's formula
when he directed that ,
a tion to operate the plants and
urday at 7 p-m. II. A. Bishop Jr., bailiff, said that a.special to a reserved seat. pint of blood be, exacted that economic reasons togetherwith Citizens School be again arrived and see if agreeable a solution to can all would net the commission

jail cell will be erected on the courthouse lawn in whichto The Centurama will feature a from a man convicted of the need for closer integration about $5,000 more than the joint
Inra.rcerate'lctlms of the court's special brand of "un- cast of 300, a special Centennial being drunk. with other company operations formula and would give the Commission -

fair and partial justice. Choir, special costumes, colorful Actually, the defendant, has made the change-over Council Backs Unrealistic Demands a chance to receive a
streets and issue "warn- lighting and music, followed bya P\ul Blake of Denver, had advisable at this time. "Nothing would be accomplished larger shared, on any increases.
Keystone Kops will patrol the I
glittering fireworks display three choices after he by a meeting of the three Joint FormulaThe
lag tickets", to those found without the necessary badges, that will surpass anything seen pleaded guilty to the charge The Trail a're Ridge-Highland the Installations Boards interested," Bishop re formula worked out in the

buttons! and permits Bishop said. in this area before. A contract ,- pay a $25 fine, spend five owned by the Wilmington only plants company FEA ProposalsThe plied "for the reasons that the joint meeting called for: The

The public is invited to witness the first session of the has been signed with the Para- days in jail or donate a pintof not,directly operated by it. Hospital would gain or lose noth- Commission's share to remainat
blood to the
court at 7 p.m. Saturday. mount Fireworks Co. of Tulsa, Blake hospital Du Pont plans to operate both ing by it; the County Superin- ( cne- '1ird. the Hospital to
Okla. for this part of the nightly choosing o Florida Education Association's tendent has stated that the receive annually and the
the blood, paid his penalty plants on a permanent basis and I I
program which has now School Board does not desire an- School Board to get the rest
program.The Tuesday morning and con- there will be .no interruption of I
advance coupons are exchangeable tinued on his way to Den- work at either. All employees reached preliminary legislative other meeting. A majority of Under this agreement with the
Gay; Shaves Beard Asks For Mercy at the stadium on have been offered continued em- stages Tuesday night received a the Board of County Commis- present $165,000 the Commission

; any performance night for a ver.By levying the unusual ploymnt, with the exception of a]I boost in the form of the wholehearted sioners feels that the School Board would receive $55,000, the same
: who endorsement of the Citi- demands are unrealistic in the amount all of the Boards are
few will be
I regular general admission ticket, penalty Mayor Jackson key people retained
'Judge'j'homas Says lotion Denied'Jerry c,'1. may be exchanged at Centennial gave Blake an opportunity by Humphreys. It is not' zen's Council for Better Schools. light of present county finances." now receiving.The .

: Headquarters during celebration -' to fulfill, to a certain degree expected that the,change in management The Council immediately swunr Citing the Commission's needs formula aavocated by the
his for will size into action with plans to get additional Commission for the
I week. reasons stop- affect the oft for money, Bishop I calls Hospital
O. Ghy. local insurance\against me by this so-called courtI -The Queen :will, be- awarded- an-I,. f ping' in Starke. He said hawas > force, which':tbtala about"350, behindth push"for-'maetmen1 wrrtef **Al' "present l! & 'Board1 i to receive'' $1O0O' and 'the remainder -
returning to his homein at both of the bill which embodys the of Commissioners is divided 60 cent for
agent who shaved off his moustache will resort to any and all meansat all-expenses paid trip to Havana. persons plants. County operating per
and chin whiskers this I my disposal to defy its rul Cuba for two, while the sixrunnerup Denver after working in However, as soon as the changeis proposals: and to acquaint the in advance of its budget. the School Board and 40 per cent
week "because of an out of town ings." I princesses will receive Sparr, but had stopped hereto made, all emplQYees will be- public with its measures. That is, at the present rate we for the Commission. Undei; the

'business engagement," said yes- When advised of Gay's state savings bonds ranging from $100to donate blood to the come eligible for Du Pont bene- The "auick efforts" called for will have to over expend our present amount the Commission
terday that he had notified Kangaroo ment Arch Thomas Jr., Kangaroo $25. daughter of a friend. He fit plan. Included among these in the plans of the group include budget if we anywhere nearly would receive $60 000 and the
had gotten sidetracked and
Kourt officials that he Kourt Judge for Saturday, said: never completed the dona- are: : carry out our program. In addition School Board 90000.

should be exempted from juris- Mr. Gay looks like anyone else tion, he said. Eight paid holljayr: Urging citizens to let Brad- as you know, there are The Commission's formula was
diction of this tribunal when it ,ir the eyes of this court, and I Special Event Full pay u'p to three months for ford's legislators know they are many phases of the county pro- adopted last week with Bishop.

convenes for the first time Saturday see no reason why he should be employees who are sick or in behind the program and willingto gram that have already been Harold Norman and Mrs. Jessie

at 7 p.m. made an exception I appreciatehis Days AnnouncedFor 2 Cases SlatedTo jured. Payments start on' the pay for it. to be accomplished economized out of existence and Chastain voting for it, and Lawton -

"I joined the Brothers of the portion in regard to out-of- third day of disability.Two through petitions and telegrams, to which the people of our coun- Crawford abstaining.

Crush and was growing a beard town trips with a beard butI CentennialJoe Be Tried weeks vacation with full alone with delegations attendingthe ty are justly entitled." When the letter to Johns was
like the rest of the fellows must remind him that other
after one with the committee hearings the
.... pay year. company on Not Bound worked out, all of the Commissioners -
Cay raid, "but this week I had I loyal sons have made this sacrifice three weeks after 10 years, hill in Tallahassee Thursday and The Commission "was not except Harrell and Mrs.
an appointment in Jacksonville:I to carry out the spirit of Andrews in, chairman of In County Court and four weeks after 25 years. Friday. bound in any way by action orI Chastain were present.
with two men from New York and Starke's Centennial. As far as special events for Centennial Liberal pensiona for life for
Sponsoring! mass meeting
felt that it would be better to I am concerned, if he appears Week, May 5-11, announced the Trial was set for next Tuesday I thorn who have been with the a
meet them with a clean-shaven Saturday without whiskerr he will 'special days for the for Anril 18 in the Elementary
following I company at least 15 Bradford Team Wins
for two cases and one case was years School with High Speech
cafetorium. the coMiration -
face. Therefore I shaved receive
and 'special treatment' by the week-long celebration: when they retire.
will not have sufficient time to court but not the kind he is dismissed as County Judge T. A. of PTA groups and I
Sunday, :May 5 Religious There is also a savines plan of-
grow another beard before Saturday -I-Qsinner------ -fnr-.." Dedication Day. Rev. Donald Ko- Yawn opened spring term of fered to employees with the company other organizations; particularly Acclaim In Georgia Tournament
." With that statement from"Judge" I relative to its measures as reme-
komoor. chairman. Court Monday. two years or more, under I
"In view of these circumstances. Thomas, the matter is i which the them I riio for Bradford County's critical -
6 Governor'sand Trial of Harry A. Anthony OH company gives
I feel that 'I should be removed considered closed _" until Saturday -i Monday, May $1 in Du Pont stock for each $4 needs. School Superintendent '
M. gi f
from the jurisdiction of the Kan- that is. statesmen's Day. Harry a driving while intoxicated chargewas they save 'by deduction in 1 Hlrmonforgan:: said that "an -
Jr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- set for 9:30 payroll
Hatcher a.m. Tueaiay.Willie
garoo Kourt Gay. declared. "I The public is invited to attend U. S. Savings Bonds. nitstandins: authority on schoolfinance
expect to go about my business the first sernion of the Court on thews, co-chairmen. Padgett is slated to be triedat Du Pont will give all employeea will he obtained for the -
ur.ual Call Street this Saturday the 7 Veteransand 2 p.m. Tuesday on a charge of I
as on courthouse lawn at 7 p.m. Tuesday. May equivalent Humphreys service meeting.
and if any action is taken(Saturday. Armed Forces Day. A. J. selling property under lien. credit for the time they have Huh B. IngTsm Jr., presidentof I

Thomas Jr., chairman. Anthony was arrested on March worked under Humphreys .at the the Bradford Education Ass'n.,

Curtain Ready To Rise Tonight Wednesday, May 8 Youth 9 by Highway Patrolman JamesR. Trail.Ridge or Highland mines. pointed out that the much discussed ."

and School Day. B. W. Payne Gamble on SR 100 between This credit will be applied in determining $4.200 minimum pay proposal 4jii ', '

On Junior Women's end James Groover; co-chairmen Starke and Keystone Heights.I I'' eligibility for Du Pont : is onlv one item out of 33

'New Faces'CanCan Thursday, May 9 Agricul- Padgett, who is represented by At-,benefit plans. .I provisions in the proposals. Other 'J 1

ture and Industry Day. G. T. torney Lloyd Bass of Jacksonville: ,! provisions provide for additional : t4.
;: co- is accused of selling a 1941 Chevrolet funds and maintenance
Finzer School
r- Huggins and Benny High PTAA forjbuildmg .-.
which under lien to the '
chairmen. was and other needs, Ingram -
-t Ratliff Chevrolet Co. Both men .
10 Good Neighbor -
,, Friday, May -
-. : and County Day. T. A. Yawn, have pleaded not guilty to the panel discussion on the "Re said."The future of the schools is

i b JL1tI!: chariman. charges against them.A port on Evaluation and Accredi- at stake," Ingram said in urging .,

L4 i LI I Saturday. May 11 Old I II I charge of using indecent lan tation of Our School" will high- backing for the program. i. .3,
( E. light Bradford High School PTA
I Timers and Homecoming Day. dismissed .
was .
&'t 'A M guage Ingram reportingon the meet- ,
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Carter meeting Tuesday night, April 15.
and Maxie ;
L. :Matthews i E. Ratliff for lack of evidence on The meeting will ,be held at 7:30 ing of presidents of county education c

Jr.. co-chairmen. of each day'seVt'nts I a motion from County Prosecutor p.m., in the music room. All parents I associations in Tallahassee ; -. 4A.- r
A detailed outline said that the FEA is $-.
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of school students
had been high are I
will be announced next Mack Futch. Ratliff ac- / ,
: lrtl urged to attend. not interested in resolutions from -------
I' week Chairman Andrews said. cused of using indecent 'language The Executive Board will meet county teacher groups, but that Members of the BUS speech team making such an impressive

r in the home of J. A. J. McKinneyin lat 7 p.m. the same night in the "actions by citizens are more I, showing at the recent Southern Ass'n. Tournament were (l-r)
: Graham on Dec. 24. I "
% Old-Time Fiddlers room. significant. !
y r Marilyn Cox, Frit Pellum and Pat Pellum. Member of the team

-- not.t.hown i!, Mark )Ioor .
Contest SlatedAn McGEE STRIKES OUT 16 I i _
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; Bradford High's debate team I two Florida high schools compet-
old-time Fiddler's Contestwill in its first year of activity, again
be a feature of Saturday, BHS Downs Jax Nine ing.The
brought home high honors as they debating team also received
May 11, the final day of Starke'sCentennial I I returned from Southern Associa- recognition for excellent perform

Celebration Week it I I Ilion Speech Tournament held April ances. Teams they met in debate

girls straight from past decades will take the spot was announced yesterday by E. Bradford High's stellar pitcher Six BHS men went down via fray 12-5 with Parker getting ,1-3 in the Georgia Education Cen- !were :Messick High of Memphis.

light in one of the many scenes in the Woman's Club production L. Matthews and Maxie CarterJr. Curtis McGee Saturday afternoon strikeouts during the afternoon. A 11 of their runs on 11 walks and ter on the campus of the Univer- ,Tenn.; Hokpinsville, Ky.; Knoxville .

"NC\\, Faces for 1957." opening tonight at the elementary school ., co-chairmen of the day'sevents. shackled a Terry Parker nine by total of five Bradford men were one error in the first inning. sity of Georgia in Athens. (Tenn.) High; Central Highof
whiffing the ball past 16 playersfor left on base' as. compared to 11 Pitchers Marvin Brown and initial Memphis, and San Marcos
in his
Pellum venture -
Fritz ,
<< Featured in the chorus line are (l-r) Mathews
Betty W. S. Sibley will serve as strike-out'- as BHS downedthe for Parker. Tommy Stalling couldn't find the into the field of after din- (Texas) High.C. .

Jeuelle Noegel. Loca Nonnan, Jackie Grider, Harriett Taylor, master of ceremonies for this visitors 5-3. I i Tricky base running was displayed -: plate in that opening round. ner speaking, won a superior rat- L. Overturf, speech instructor -
Vivian Harley and Valeria Shufora. event which will probably be held McGee came on in the second and and advisor commended the
This game left the Bradford by Bill Alderman and ing for his speech and received an ,
on the courthouse square following High boys with 3 losses and 2 McGee, each stealing three basea the Parkers only made one more I irvitation to present it at the ban- young people for their diligenceand

The curtain will go up tonight men's ballet are Ned Yancey. the afternoon parades wins and gave McGee a total,of Coach Clifford McGriff credited run during the next six innings, quet before about 700 people. On- work, a!\ well as their out-

(Friday) at 8 p.m. on one of X. M. Smith, James Groover and Prizes will be awarded and all 59 strikeouts for the five games l the fine defensive playing of with 11 of the visitors. going downon ly two speeches from the high '.standing results. He said that at
the theatrical highlights of the Jack Barry. Other routines include "fiddlers" in Bradford, Union, played. i Kenny Parrish on second base as strikeouts. school division were given at the Athens the students were up at
Clay, Baker. Alachua Putnam, Though collecting 12 runs during 5:30 in the morning preparing for
season for Starke as the Junior a waltz, tap dance, Charleston. McGee held the Jacksonville men afactorinthewin. banquet.
Wom n's Club presents New and burlesque.The and other surrounding countiesare to four hits. while he and his'I The BHS team's first victory of the contest, the Parkers only I I Other Bradford students winning the next match. ..
invited to register for this made one hit BHS made five
Faces "We are hoping that enough
of 1957 at the elemen- productions opens with teammates were collecting six the season was recorded on March honors in the tournament
tary school cafetorium. scenes from the 1S57 period, event. Please send your namesto hits including a double by Joe 30 when they' downed Crescent runs on two hits. were Mark Moore, rating an excellent interest has been created by this
Dramatizing events 'from the centered in a saloon, moves up : Bradford County Harden and a triple by W. H. City 7-2 with McGee hurling a Besides his brilliant mound in after dinner peaking type of activity that we will have

history of Bradford County tp 1890 in Act II and Kingsley 823, Starke, Florida. Johns. one-hitter, striking out 15 men. work, McGee.ia also leading the and Marilyn Cox, rated excellentin another, team next year," Over-
Bradford team in ,
(though any resemblance with Beach in 1920 in Act III. Wartime BHS gained three 'runs on two The Starke team collected nine batting makingsix orations and impromptu-extem- turf said.
fact will be imaginary) the Starke is dramatized in Polio Meeting hits, with Warren Alwood getting hits in 14 trips to bat well The Athens tournament was the
hits in the poraneous speaking. Fritz also
first inning. while .400. Calvin Pace has also
production will be spiced with all Act IV, and Act V brings the three for three and Calvin Pace over excellent Im final event Jor the speech team
won an rating in the
types of dance routines depict- audience up to the presentThe The Bradford County Chapterof Parker could' only get one hit knocking two for four. been booming away at the .400 promptu-extemporaneous division. this year. In other matches they

ing the different eras in the production will open with the National Foundation for one man across home plate. In mark. I have carried away district honors -
county's history.The tonight and Saturday night Pro- Infantile Paralysis met this weekat the third ,inning Starke's score A disastrous first inning ruined The Starke men play Ketterlinus About 60 schools high schools in debating at a meet in Jack-

dance routines begin with ceeds will go toward the Junior the home of Mrs. Charles Din- was increased by twos and Parker Starke as they met Terry Parkerin here today (Friday) and then and colleges took part in the sonville and Fritz was named one

the cancan 'and-end with the i Woman's Club project of buildIng kins. Mrs. Dinkins' presided at J banged two hits for two runs is the first contest between the I play out of tpwn. for the next tournament Bradford High and cf the two most outstanding

S rock and roll. Featured in a a swimming pool in Starke. the meeting. the fourth inning. teams.on April 3 Starke lost the five games. Miami's Jackson ,were the only speakers in the district.


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LONG BRIDGE a..large tawe out In her YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYY spent the weekend visiting their .... ...........v..y....
EST. 1679 under the trees loaded mother Mrs. J. S. Crosby, and sisters -

PAPER FLORIDA'S PUBLISHED OLDEST WEEKLY CONTIN"O NEW J$LY AND NEW RIVER things fo eat, including with a good big, NORTH SIDEBy returned in Tallahassee.home Mrs. Crosby .

UNDER THE SAM MASTHEAD. 87 Mrs. C. B. Nolan I I&AAAA birthday cake. The occasion was with the McDaniels
Bin. E. A. Sapp her 65th birthday Airs. Carl Brown to spend a few days. _
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EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEJtm A AA& & &4a&&& u Those.enjoying. the day with her AAAAAAAAAA1.1 .. The Black Creek Association
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MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER and Mrs. Bill Roberson and were her children Mr. and Mrs. quarterly meeting will be held, &AAAAAAAAAA u.uua.u
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. l 71.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAA. daughter returned to Live Oak Mr. and :Mrs. George Andersonwere Everett Lane and three childrenof A Vacation Bible School Clinic Friday Apr. 12, at Orange Street Mr. and Mrs.

ALA I with Mrs. Dorothy Waters and In Jacksonville last Satur- Vernell Moody of Lakeland Mr. Creek Church'in Jacksonville.- 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Rev, E, C, son visited relatives in Glen
St. :
family. day.Mrs. and Mrs. Joy Moody and Deloran Attending were Mrs. Luther. Harvey will be the speaker at 7:10 Mary last weekend.Mr. .

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy We regret to learn of the deathof I Joe Leslie Forsyth visit- Hodges of Starke and Mr. and McDaniel Mrs. G. L. Sapp Mrs. p.m. Everyone invited.We and Mrs. Charles Mosely of

Miss Tiny Bell Godwin in Jack- :ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Herbert Parrish of Brooker.Mr. E. C. Harvey Mrs. Patsy Sapp welcome Mrs. Helen Roberts Jacksonville spent the weekend

Mr&. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 sonville last Monday. Funeral f Eddie Mullen; in Ocilla, Ga. last and ,Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. Mrs. Irene Anderson, Brenda For- |and four daughters who have mov- with the L. M. Normans.

services were held Tuesday at week. were weekend guests of the Nel- sythe Cecile Conner Jo Ann Mc ed from Kingsley Lake to our .Mrs. Alice Austin and sons of

.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.----. . - - - . . . . Giddens Funeral Home with inter-- The Pete Sapp family of' Pa son Dekles in Jacksonville. Daniel, Doris Whittaker, Frances community.We i I Daytona visited here last week-

ment in the Manning Cemetery latka were weekend We regret to learn of Martin, and Sophia are to
Benefit Variety ShowA Gertrude Link was co-hostess. guests of the re- Adkina happy know that little end.Aunt
sparkling production of I "Secret Pals" were disclosed and at Maxville. Miss Godwin was a the Ethan Sapps. cent illness of the Seeber Moody Everyone enjoyed the day very Carolyn Brown is recovering from Frances Norman is seriously

more than 12 members is under new "Pals" chosen. A gift was sister! of Jim Godwin of Maxville.We Mr. and Mrs.I Martin PaulsonJr. family. Mrs. Moody and daugh- much., .. Ll tonsilectomy in Alachua General ill at this time.

rehearsal for the Variety Show presented to Mrs. Edith Ridenour, are sorry to learn that Mrs. of Miami are visiting their ter are still patients in Lake Butler Mrs. ,Maude Wainwright and I Hospital last week. Others on Mrs. Genevieve Convers Chase

sponsored by the Estralita Club bride-elect of April. H.fined E. Griffis is still ill and con- parents, the Martin Paulsons Sr., Hospital. Seeber and son are Mrs: G. L. Sapp were, visiting !.the sick list are Gregory and Jim- and sons of North Carolina spenta

for the benefit of the 'building The Baracca Class met Jrith to her bed. for a few days, and plan to help back home again after a week's their mother Mrs. Susan Sapp, my Alvarez and Mrs Orene Cow- week here with the Carson

fund for the Masonic lodge. Two Charles T. Parker on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rehberg with the building of their new illness there. Seems they all had in Gainesville last Friday. art/ Griffises.The .

performances will be presented, April 1. Plans were completedfor and daughter of Earlton Beach home. I flu. Mr. and Mrs. Luther McDaniel Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey and ones from here attending

Friday and Saturday evenings, work on the kitchen cabinetsin spent Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver I I I Mrs. Edna Lavender was in children were Sunday dinner the Bible School meeting Tuesday

April 12, and 13, at 8 p. m. at the church kitchen. Also, a Waters and family. and son, and Mrs. Nan Merritt Lakeland Monday to Wednesday days his ago to a nearby lake. It guests of the Carl Browns. |, were Zettie Padgett, Ellen

the Keystone Woman's Club steak supper at which the wivesof | Miss Shirley.Higginbotham had and son were in Lakeland Sunday visiting her sister Mrs.' Linnie was reel. He first try with a rod and Mrs. Patsy Sapp spent Friday Norman, and Ann Harvey

building.The members will be guests, was 'an attack of appendicitis and had to see Mrs. Linnle Drake, who has Drake. hooked'and landed a visiting her parents, If!'. and Mrs.

famous Hayshakers and planned for May 2. to mils some school this week.: been ill for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts good must sized have trout. Guess there Harry C. Taylor of Middleburg.

"Preach jr" Cobb from the Jacksonville Community Church Dolly Miller and Thelma Brooks: Mr: and'Mrs.. Van Bardin and .! of Keystone Heights were Sunday I Jimmy been a big tussle but
came out THANKS
on top, not EXPRESSEDThe
Morocco Temple will be Circles of the Community of Jacksonville spent Sunday with I daughter of Waycross, Ga. we' dinner guests of the, James Lay even hollering for
help. I won'tname
local talent and the Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family.We visiting the E. A. enders. Senior Class of BHS
joined by Church will meet as follows on Sapps last the lake, as Jimmie wantsto wishes to
entertainment will include a Monday, April 15: Circles One i are sorry to learn that Miss Sunday afternoon. Little Jimmie Lavender. 9-yer- try his luck again and he who express appreciation to
ally helped to make the John-
"House Party" show with'audience and Four Mrs. John Himble and with Virginia Ai Cannon is ill at her home Mrs. Fronie Moody had a pleasant old son of the James Layenders, wouldn't have a chance with so nie Tillotson show on :March 29

participation, singing numbers Mrs. Jack Crosby co-Chairmen, attack of laryngitis. surprise last Sunday when J went' fishing with his dad a few::any fishermen around. a success.
with such celebreties as and Mrs. Hermann Schroeder, Little Joey Nolan is confinedto

"Jolson," "Elvis Presley," a chairman, will meet in the ed- his home with a case of chicken

Girlie, Girlie Chorus, etc. ucational building for a covered pox. sWSVj&li

Local talent taking part in the dish luncheon at 1 p. m. Circle Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore, 'president

above numbers will include Bill Two, Mrs. Nettie Young, chairman I of the Maxville PTA and Mrs.----

Baker, Tony Baker, Bill Belote, and Circle Three, :Mrs. W. Evelyn L. Stack school principal,

Everett Fox, Les Beasley, A. G.' L. Reynolds, chairman, will meet attended a meeting at the Lake-

Loudon, George Massa, Bud 'An together at the home of Mrs. R. shore school in Jacksonville Tues

thony, Wally Muhlhofer, Tommy A. Gaunt at 1 p. m. for a covered day.We

Millican, Bill Penzlin, Ed Stuc- dish luncheon. The Nighten I regret that Mrs. Julia Griffis

key, Carl Fendrick, Roy Tyre. gale ,.Circle, Mrs. C. H. Haber- is still ill at her home here and ; : siLV1

Leo Hill and group, C. E. Mitchell stroh, chairman, will meet with I Mrs. Lonnie Harris and hr chil- ; :: w -

Henry Hall and Anna firs E. A. Rushton Monday eve- dren are ill, too. ., .1
James. at 8 The Rebecca Cir- *& & I
ning p. m.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. PariirA and *"J ;
Tickets will be on sale at the cle, Mrs. R. N. Sunderland, chairs
I on, David, visited in Jacksonville
door. man, at the home of Mrs. J, L. fI"
j Sunday with Mrs. Parrish' sister -5f
District Assembly Hetherington, :Monday at 8 p. I M rs. Ralph Wilson. ill :
Of Rotary held m. i .. '
j Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson
The Atlantic Beach Hotel was The Youth Fellowship met at j carried their son, Rex back to the ",

scene of the meeting of Rotary the educational building at 6:3p: Ji doctor in Jacksonville-last Friday.His L- .,"Ii'. '.:.. .., !
Dist. 242 on Sunday and Mon- ;;,:,'* l- "' '"
Johnson had chargeof .' *{ 'Iff J
m. Carolyn '
p. leg is improving nicely. .;;;._ >$ '
day, Apr. 7-8 when delegates --' ii-, <"- < ,,
the program, which featureda On Wednesday, April 17, Ish '
from a large section of the state ':: f"
gathered for fellowship and in- filmstrip. A sandwich supper following Brant, Supt. of Public Instruction !iJ'C ** ,,:
and games were enjoyed for Duval County, will be a guestat "\ '
struction. The Fellowship Dinner the worship service and :'" tt *-"S -,,s W5!;-/j:
the Maxville School l ; ?
was held in the main dining I PTA which <4.sK-5, t?: ,
: Sa ? ** *s i M
room of the hotel with District program. will be held on Wednesday night. : i pL!
Maundy Thursday Service The Maxville Home Demonstration tiL"
Governor Al Nelson Keystone
The traditional Maundy Thursday Club will meet at the Max
presiding. Dr. Richard C. Cum- I ,
Service, celebrating the Last ville Civic Club next Tuesday :: '
ming, past president of Ocala .
Supper, will be held on Thursday, morning at 10 a.m. Mrs. Nellie .,; '> \" -,'..:. "' ..;,;.-
Rotary and mayor of that city, > 't.-- --
the address which April 18, at 7:30 p. m. in the Mills will give i a demonstrationon t..;.t %'t & "-'
gave high-
music has been furniture. :.. $, -,.
sanctuary. Special renovating The public """ '}'"
lighted the ideals' of Rotary.
arranged by the choir director is invited. -
The Palatka Girls Choir gave
and organist Dr. James Pait. We regret that Mrr. Ruby
several selections which were
Wedding Plans AnnouncedMrs. Owens has been ill her home
well received. !
On Monday the Save
Rotary Anns were given a con Edith B. Ridenour of Keystone '!here.Mrs. f If.25
Florence Harris is 1
and Vannie Warren seriously
ducted tour of the Carrier, Heights Save
Franklin D. Roosevelt, followingthe Brantley of Grandin will be ill at the Doctor's hospital in f 09.95 I

luncheon. married in the Keystone Baptist Starke. flqJtJtwtI
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mann and
Accompanying Dist. Gov. and Church on Saturday, April .
Mrs. Nelson from the local club 20, at 5 p. m. Friends of the sons of Jacksonville vuvted? Mr.
were Mr" invited. and Mrs. John North and family
'and Mrs. N. Watson couple .
and Mrs. Mary Wellhausen last:
Hardenbergh, Mr. and Mrs. Al 1 Personalities --- .
Watson, Col. Sam Fisher and : Mrs. Eula Walker has returned Sunday.We Automatic FoodFREEZER
that Mrs
regret Mary -
Mr. Young gave the invocation I from a visit to Sandersville yell
hausen is still ill at her home
Rev. and Mrs. J. Russell Young and other points in Georgia. Accompanying I\ :

at the Fellowship Dinner. her home was her here.Little ar RANGE,
Helen North has been ill 1
The last regular meeting of sister-in-law, Mrs. R. P. Walker, ?
and had to miss some school this
the Keystone club featured a of Sandersville. She will be the Double Action Freezing

talk by W. J. Feuerlen, visiting guest of Mrs. Eula Walker fora week. Calrod Cooking Units Light Touch Safety Latch
2 All-Calrod Ovens
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellhausenand Interior LightAdjustable
professor of economics at the few days. New Stay-up Calrod :
Mr. and Mrs. Shelves
family, Sidney
University of Florida. I I I
Mrs. S. H. Winch has returned Harris and family, Mr. and }Irs.A. Hinges 5-Yr. Protection Plan Unit
MeetingA I I Aluminum Reflector Pans
to her home after an extended J. Harper and family and Miss Outlets 5-Yr. Food Insurance' '
discussion Electric Appliance
panel will. be the
visit with her son in KeystoneHeights. I I Jewel North attended the Senior .
feature of the PTA program at 1-Year Free Service ,
the Mrs. Winch visitedanother I I| Play "Hillbilly Wedding" at the
regular meeting on Tuesday, son in Waupacka, Wis.
I[ Baldwin School last Friday night.
Apr. 16, at 8 p. m. School 1 for a few days before continuingto ,Marie Bell and Ray Burnsed, Max- '

Superintendent Long. :Myron Pre- her home in Marshfield, Wis. ville students, took part in the I $$270-(! $288.70

vatt Paul Principal Peters will Clinton discuss West and Mr. and Mrs. Frank WalrathJr. I play and Ray Harris acted as Red Tag Sale Price I

futurelans _
celebrated their wedding an
1 stage director. Red 1 Sale Price
for the Keystone School. With Trade Tag No TradeAUTQMiHl
niversary on Monday, April 8'j j I i A film called "Seconds "till Midnight" -
The urgent question of a solutionfor have as their guests Mrs. i
They :
;'; was shown at the Maxville
the problem as to whereour brother-in-law and :
j I!Baptist Church last Sunday night i
high school !
go Dr. and Mrs. Richard '
j.Everyone enjoyed it very much.
is of utmost
importance. All Mich.
Guenther of Crosse Pointe, .
[Those of you who missed it may
parents' and
interested citizens Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Newins-'see' it on Friday night, April 12,
are to
urged attend this
meetingto :
former residents of Keystone at the Street FOR
Orange Baptist TODAY
be held at the school. !
Rxsoue :Mission Heights, were visitors here on !,Church in Jacksonville.Mr. .

Sunday. I and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and
The Civil Air Patrol will con DEMONSTRATION
Mrs. F. J. Grayson and lrs.1 j sons, Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Patty
duct a Sea Rescue Mission be
Ella Andre were visitors in Winter I Parrish were visitors in Gainesville OF THE AMAZING
ginning Saturday afternoon and
Park and Orlando last week. last Monday night. I
lasting through Sunday, Apr. 13-
14. The event will be held at Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Sipe have i Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Mrs. Earl
as their guest Mr. Sipe's brother Mosley and Mrs. Floyd Hall of
Keystone Airport. Squadronsfrom .
Edward Sipe. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Hattie -#
Jacksonville Ocala, Day- ,
tona Beach and Gainesville will 1' Mr. ana Airs. George Blue have Nolan last Thursday morning*

participate. The public is invited return, from a visit to their The Junior and Intermediate \

to observe. former home Griffin. Ga., and boys of the Maxville Baptist Sunday -

Former Resident BurnedJ. Atlai.ta, where they visited School are going on "a camp- \ Save '

D. Sasser, who with his wife friends. ir.g trip Friday night with the 165.00 It

formerly operated a sandwich C. C. Strandberg who has beena raster Rev. Lester Taggart. save13.954IoiIt1 n

business in Keystone received patient in the Bradford County ; A Union Meeting'of the Bap- -

severe bums when a gas steam Hospital, is reported to be im, I fist Churches will be held at the! '- -

table at the Blue Lodge Dining proving.? His son and daughter- Orange Street Baptist Church in : t

Room in Live Oak .exploded. He in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Butlerof [,Jacksonville Friday night. All r IiJ;

received bums on his face, right Ormond Beach, and their three I, 'The 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th gradeswon Porcelain r .
hand and arm. and both legs and children have been visiting the stars last month for the AUTOMATICWASHER Two-Door

was treated in Suwannee County Strandbergs during his illness. attendance record at the Maxville

Hospital Live Oak. The accident S. E. :McKay is attending a School. REFRIGERATOR

occurred April 2.Scene convention of the Association of A letter from Mrs. W.' C. Pate,

Of Suicide Residential Appraisers in the chairman of the Junior Red Cross -
I revealed that the Maxville Schoolchildren All Porcelain Inside & ..., 91 Lbs. True Food Freezer
Lacy Giles, a 60-year old Ft. Southeastern U. S. The meetingwas I OutWondRDial .
Deep Door Shelves
should be commended fora
Myers resident, who had been held in Orlando Thursday, Control '
100 cent enrollment in the Tall Bottle Zone
visiting relatives in :Melrose, died Friday and Saturday. per Jet Spray Rinse
April 3 at Lake Geneva from Dr. and Mrs. Don Christoffers Junior Red Cross this year. Famous Thriftivator Automatic Defrost i i5Yr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin I Protection Plan Unit '
entertained last Washing Action
self-inflicted gunshot wounds, Saturday evening Many Other Features I ,
according to Sheriff John P. at their home in honor of Mr. botham and sons spent last .. Overflow Rinse1Year r

Hall. Mr. Giles was discoveredby and Mrs. Bert Christoffers, recently :Saturday night with Mr. and Free Service .

a passing motorist. According married. :Mrs. Christoffersis :Mrs. H. A. Sweat in Macclenny. \ ;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; !
A basketball court is i
to relatives, he was in ill I the former Mrs. Gina Edel- new being

health. He is survived by five stein of Gainesville.\ Seventy-five I installed at the Maxville School $

sisters including Mrs. Ruth friends called during the eve Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson $ I 66.00 60.00

Yawn of Melrose and two brothers. ning. visited in Jacksonville Saturday Red Tag Sale
,their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. PriceWith
Funeral arrangements will \ ,
Lt. and Mrs. Charles }. New ,
be announced later, and services man, son-in-law and daughter I,dren.and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson and chil Red Tag Sale Pnce With Trade TradeWINKLER

will be held in Moultrie, Ga. of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christof '

Church Notes.Keystone fers Sr.. and their children, will I

Baptist The Daytime spend the Easter holida'sith FOR DEPENDABLE

Circle met M
the home of Mrs. A. G. Loudon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A., Hagenof Termite Control

with Mrs- Carl Brice co-hostess.. Long Island N. Y. are spending

Mrs. I. B. Tyre: gave the devotional two weeks with Mr. and .
message and Mrs. Household A Commercial
Stella Stanley Mrs. .
A. Oehrig, formerly I "
gave the program on "The GeorgeWashington from Queens, now living in the I Pest Control

Carver School." Mrs. Keystone Christian
Colony. :
Fred Ellis, chairman, conductedthe 0 Grove Spraying
Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Reiger of ELECTRIC
business _
session at whicn
time it was decided that Philadelphia, Pa. are the guestsof Call FB tl-6035l
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Kyles for several l
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days. Florida Pest
Girl's Control
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Mr. and Mrs. Don Shackeltoare '
were present. & Chemical Co. '
Class Meetings The Har adding new equipment to SERVICE .

riett Kelly Class met Tuesday their washeteria and will soonprovide :.& N. W. 16th ass

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rAGE FOUR ------- --

rll I Elizabeth Jackson Elizabeth Jackson, James Stalnaker 1 st Baptist CirclesThe BANK HOLIDAYThe I I will not be open" for business on

Honored With DinnerMiss I. Wed In Double Ring Ceremony Here Community State Bank I Friday, April 19, Good Friday,
women's circles of the First ;and the Florida Bank of Starke I la I legal holiday in Florida.

Baptist met :Monday night as fol-
Elizabeth Jackson was
honored with buffet dinner cws:

given by Mrs. G.a L. Kennard of The Lottie :Moon Circle, Mrs. Do You, Need Paint?

Gainesville on March 29 at the J. D. Doyle, .leader, met at the
Paint Your
House For Half
r.w t I' I the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jack home of Mrs. S. L. Peek. Sr. with
Gladys Mooty dinner table Regular Price
son. The was over- .
:Mrs. Orie Wiggins, co-leader, .
Phone 35 laid with a white cutwork elinen :Mrs. A. R. Norman
cloth centered with and
tans trrrrSSSJtssSflJeakfast a pink opened the meeting with scripture
-- #
-- FOR
white ,, Twenty-five d ,
reading and prayer. :Mrs. Norman,
May Br Set Lynda Chapman Feted guests enjoyed this affair; and 4 '..t.p program chairman, gave a talk on Because We Eliminate The

lovely gifts were presented to the John Carver School in Ken- -
On 16th BirthdayMr. Middle Man's
By Woman's Club the bridal party.Centennial .. tucky. ,Profit

and Mrs. R. V. Chapmanof a *
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid social chair- Fashion PRICE ON OUR PAINT STARTS AT
Camp Blandlng entertained at The Ethel Biggs Circle .Mrs.: J.

man Mrs.of the H.Starke B. Peyton Woman'sand cochairman Club-, a delightful birthday party last Show Set by Hampton W. Ritch, leader, met at the homeof $1.95 Qt. or $4.98 Gal. I

announced committeesfor Friday evening at the EnlistedMen's Mrs. Ruby Johns. The meeting
have : Club for their daughter, Cancer Committee"Centennial
Breakfast a social I opened with prayer by Mrs.
the May Lynda, on her 16th anniversary.The 1 Haines, Mrs. Fuller led the devotional Carter Paint
highlight of the club year, which! club house was decoratedfor Preview," a fashion Mary Store

will be held on Wednesday, :May the occasion with potted plants show of period costumes, will be and presented the program.

8, at 12 o'clock noon. and v.the V-shaped refreshment sponsored Friday, April 26, at The Carver topic School for discussion"of Missions was and the 214 N.W. 13th St. Ph. FR 6.7588

Theme for the Breakfast will table was overlaid with white liner Hampton Elementary School by Gainesville Fla. .
: Social Work in
Louisville Ky. *
eft the local committee for the annual
be "The Egg and I." and the cloths. Placed at points interest Taking part in the program were
committees have been dn the table were the pink cancer drive. .
following Mrs. Earl Searing, :Mrs. Ruby
appointed: Decorations, :Mrs. H. and white birthday cake and Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Hampton T ohns, Mrs. George Anderson and vIj
Mrs. Foster punch 'bowl and also clusters of chairman of the drive for fundsto I
B. Peyton, chairman, Mrs. Paul Raymond. The business
Paulk Mrs. Oleander blossoms and Texas blue- fight cancer, asked that any 10 PIECEBEDROOM
Fhi Smith, Mrs. Dave session was_presided over by the I
Lowell Mathews and Mrs. J. A. bells. Silver trays held nuts and cne having any old-fashioned cos-. js leader and committee
reports were
mints. From the balcony was tumes, or parts of costumes that
Griffin; Tables, Mrs. Lloyd Green, given by the chairmen. i
hung a "Sweet 16" hoop. could be modeled, to contact the
Mrs. Cula Coran, Mrs.
chairman, ,* a
Kaufmann, Mrs Jack :Mr. and :Mrs. Chapman pre committee as soon as possible.

Parker George Mrs. Orie Wiggins. Mrs. sented Lynda with an heirloom Miss Betty Durling and Mrs. Dorothy f y The Doris Knight and Annie
locket which had to her Eiland are working on the 4 r _
R. E. Edmondson Mrs. Frazier belonged Armstrong Circles met at the _
Shaw and Mrs. J. R. Kelly; Cloths, great, great maternal grandmother. committee with Mrs. Alderman. home of :Mrs. J. E. Wall Jr. Mrs. ,

chairman, Beta Sigma Phi sorority of a5M Darby, leader, opened the meeting
Mrs. Guy Starke will assist In modeling for 123 EAST CALL STREET GROUP
Mrs. James Lewis and Mrs. Bertha Assisting the Chapmans in serv- with prayer followed by the
the show, and additional costumes
Pearce; Program, Mrs E. L. ing and caring for the guests 64k devotional. Mrs. A. E. Crosby PHONE 80
and models will be welcomed, Mrs.
Matthews, chairman, Mrs. E. A. were Mrs. David Chandler, :Mrs. Alderman said. presented a chapter from the book,

Hall co-chairman, Mrs. K. G. Rene Garcia, Mrs. W. T. Gill, and _, "Home Missions, U.S.A." The

Canova and Mrs. E. E. Tanner. Those from circle agreed.to change the meet-
Duncan Mrs. Levy -
t" .i. .
I ,
:Mrs. R. F. Demorest; Favors, Mrs. out-of-town were Miss Katharine Starke Social Club ing night from the second :Monday 1, .,
Mrs. Bryant of St. Augustine, Miss J night to the first Tuesday nightin .
L. H. Jennings, Enjpys Songs ,Games ; K
R. A. Green and Mrs. W. B. Martha Ann Gay of Atlanta and ; each month. Committee reports f flk''ft4Ii.V!
Wayne Shortridge and Bill Town-
given and the circles
Parks; Tickets, Mra Steve Sim- Group sinking, led by the Rev. adjourned I ;
----- -- ---
mons, chairman, Mrs. Joe Arnold, send of Jacksonville. W. S. McAliley,- and games were with prayer by :Miss Wilma Alex I [

Mrs. J. H. Dupree, and Mrs. G. enjoyed as the Starke Social Club Miss Ella Elizabeth Jackson, Jackson, sister of the bride and ander.

S Newcomb; Souvenir programs, Little WomenOfficers met on Thursday, April 4. Dur- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mrs. Sidney Jackson, the bride's -

Mrs.. _P.. J._. Ouattlebaum... Mrs. H. ing the song period special recog- Jackson of Starke, became the sister-in-law. Their gowns, headpieces .r i\

H Adams Miss Clara Leaman elected by the Little nition was made of James Stewart bride of James G. Stalnaker, son and cascade bouquets were
and Miss Dorothy Ross. Women's Club Tuesday night of Mrs. A. B. Park of Austin, identical to that of the Matron of GAY'SHome
who will leave April 8 to re-
were Sylvia Paulk, president; Texas, and Zoll Stalnaker, also of Honor, except they were in blue. --- I 44 1-
Refreshments may be made by turn to Dysart, Alberta, Canada,
Barbara Bates, vice president; Austin on Sunday afternoon Mrs. J. G. Jackson chose for her AppliancesYour
contacting Mrs. Kincaid. after spending the winter with
Joanie Wait, treasurer; Virginia Mr. and Mrs. James Watson. Mr. March 31, at 4 o'clock in the Pine daughter's wedding a Navy blue

Darby, chaplain; :Mary Agnes Stewart had been active in the Level Baptist Church. The double i dress complimented with matching Friendly

Matthews, historian and Jeanne ring ceremony was performed by accessories, and an orchid corsage .
club and ia charter member.
Wait..___,. parliamentarian. Mrs. L. D. Blair, Miss Amy Co- the pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall. Norge Dealer Bookcase Bed Double Dresser

DAEBICTARKE It was announced that 20 cf burn and Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, The bride, who was given in Owen Alvarez served aft best NQRGE I

FL'': the girls in the club will be in hostesses for the evening, served marriage by her father, wore a man, and ushers were Sidney APPLIANCESMATTAG Chest Of Drawers

_ L the Centennial pageant. refreshments to the 20 members! gown of nylon tulle over satin, Jackson, brother of the 'bride, and WASHERS

and guests present. featuring a high neckline, long Aaron Hutcheson.A INNER-SPRING MATTRESS BOX SPRING
sleeves: tapering at the wrists, anda S' COLEMAN HEATERS and
BoardThe of pre-nuptial music
Executive program
SUN. MON., TUES., I The next meeting will be held 1 Bates
fitted bodice all of Bedspread
Chantillylace FLOOR
was played by Gonzalez
at the Methodist recreation hall Tony ,
APRIL 14.15.16 executive board of theStarke' on April 22 with Miss Gertrude with a button back, terminating who also sang, "Whither Thou 2 Feather Pillows 9S

DOUBLE FEATURE 'Garden Club will meetat Eppen Miss Minnie Bessent and in a chapel train. Her fingertip Goest," and "0 Promise Me." Service All MakesOf 2 Boudoir Lamps 18 9 I
veil of illusion was attachedto
the home of Mrs. M. F. Haz- Mrs. L. H. Hill as hostesses A reception was held at the Appliances

"The King and en, 224 W. Layfayette St., on a Queen Anne headpiece, bead home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jack. Serve $54.00

Thursday evening, Apr. 18, at ed with tiny seed pearls. She car F, n. The bride's table was overlaid Phone 10
Four Queens"CIl Phyllis Prevatt Feted ried a cascade bouquet of tube
7:30 o'clock.Hospital with a lace cloth interspersed Starke, Florida
roses and stock, centered with a I
E.'IASCOPEClark On 13th BirthdayMr. white orchid. with fern and white carnations,
Gable and Eleanor Parker AuxiliaryThe accented' with crystal candelabra -
Mrs. Owen Alvarez, sister of
and Mrs. Claude a
Prevatt holding white, burning tapers. The
PLUS"Teenage the bride, was matron of honor.
Hospital Auxiliary will gave a lovely dancing party for table was centered with a Ihree-

Rebel" !meet Wednesday afternoon, April their daughter, Phyllis, on Tuesday Her tulle gown was of deep pink nylon tiered cake topped with a minia- Mac Says : HELP ME WIN !
over taffet, featuring off
17, at 3:30 o'clock in the Starke evening, Apr. 2, from 7 to,I ture bride and groom.
JCIXEMASCOPEGinger 9:30 o'clock on the occasion of her' shoulder neckline with nylon tulle
Woman's Club. All members are White gladioli and carnations .,
Rogers' and Michael Rennie streamers flowing down /back of
13th .
birthday anniversary.A
urged to attend the interesting were banked at each end of the
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids that has been planned. pink dnd white color motif the gown over a boufant skirt. I table. Cutting the cake were
program was carried out in the arrangements Her head piece, a small band of Miss June Conner and Mrs..Tony Audi I Will Help YOU Own ANew Mercury At Cost

of pink roses, was with
WED., THURS., APRIL 17-18 spring flowers used in complimented Gonzalez. Presiding at the punch
Methodist WSCS decorating.The long pink gloves. She carried a bowl were :Mrs. Clyde Hugheyand

DOUBLE FEATURE 22 guests enjoyed refreshments cascade bouquet of !blue carnalions. Mrs. Bill Shanley, assisted

"The Return ofJack and The Methodist meeting WSCS will business be and dancing during the Mrs. F. L. Clough, Mrs. Paul by HOW ABOUT FT?
program I party hours. Bridesmaids Mirs
were Sue S
held :Monday afternoon at 3 n Faulkner, Mrs. B. M. McRae, and '

Slade"SUPERSCOPE o'clovk in the church sanctuary. TI Mrs. Ralph Shutt. The bride's > I have a.good chance to
book was :Mrs. Roman Al
A kept by win a wonderful all-exw

John Ericson and Mari Blanchard UDC Makes Plans varez.* pense holiday trip to

PLUS For Memorial DayThe New River \VMU N. Puerto Rico for my wife
and I if I sell four
"Paris Follies of 1956"Forrest more
W. T. Week's chapter, U. I The New River Associatioal : Mercurys this month. Inow
Tucker, Margaret Whitingand D C. met Wednesday afternoonof have nine beautiful
WMU will hold its quarterly rallyat
Barbara Whiting last week at the home of Mrs. Well, the Centennial Queen Shrine program at Jax Beach Airpark Baptist Church Friday,/ ; brand new Mercurys on

Plus Color Cartoon I.. G. Powell with. :Mrs. George contest has gotten off in a blazeof tonight Buddy Trawick celebrated April 19 at 10 a.m. my floor.
Flynn as activity and the girls are cer- his 6th birthday last .Sat All ladies and pastors of the
FRL, SAT., APRIL 19-20 L. A. Davis presided in tainly the :
"combing woods" for urday with a party for 15 friends New River Association are urgedtc
the absence of Mrs. O. L. Haj- votes Looks as if .there'll bea The Harry Lappes have moved be present. Visitors are invitedto 4 Of These
nes Sr., president. Plans were I lot of interest in this event before ; 'U
to 318 N. Christian St. attend. ; Will Be
made for Memorial Day which 4 H Sold
"Love Me Tender"CINEMASCOPE I its over And the first the Julian McRaes are at homeat
falls on Apr. 26. session of Kangaroo Kourt is 1317 Bradford St. in : :
{ Mrs. Powell read an article on Saratoga Firemen Fry Fish AT COST
set for Saturday at 7 p. m. on Heights, and the E. Wenders of j
Richard Egan I>t'brPagt't the War Between theStates.. square
the courthouse there
so Jacksonville
occupying the Members of the Starke volunteer
The hostesses served refreshments
and introducing Eh is Presley
should be plenty of fun for all
Sullivan house at
to the 11 members West- fire department held a fish fry in
PLUS"BUFFALO during the social hour. present .. The "judge" at this first moreland, the rear yard of the fire station 1 am making this unprecedented offer because I want to win that trip.
will be Arch Thomas Jr.,
BILL"Joel session If it's been a longtime since prior to their meeting last Thursday Hurry in today and be one of these LUCKY FOUR who will own a
and others lined to
Recent Birth up occupy you had a good laugh, the night, April 4 beautiful new 1957 Mercury at cost. All models and styles to choose
McCrea and bench at
Maureen O'Hara I the high mighty
"bearded ballet dancers" at the The nearly 25 pounds of fish from. Trade today and help me win that trip.
'Mack Futch,
and Linda Darnell late# are Jr. Club furnished Fireman R.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tufferville variety show tonightand were by C.
Plus Serial Chap 14 of Raiford announce the birth of I and two visiting "justices" from Saturday should be just your (Red) Buford, Blake Jackson and I G. McGRIFF

Cartoon For Kids Pamela Carol Gainesville. Sigsbee Scruggs dish .. So long .. see you Claude Pickett, with Jackson, Bu-
a daughter, on I
.. .
and Andy Adkins The Keystone YOUR MERCURY DEALER
April 7 at Doctor's Hospital. there .. II ford and Chief D. W. Carpenter
will be
Kops patrolling : -Carolyn serving as chefs. .
streets Saturday, so be sure to
I wear your beards. bonnets andbadges -------- ---...:......:.... -...:...:.---

HEALTH FACTS \ Callstreet has been well represented I ,

very High readily blood to Chiropractic pressure cases care respond because week .on. last TV Friday during I the glimpsed past ; I Come; in discover why I:

M. the Chiropractor removes the cause. Since I Guy Andrews, Carl Johns, Ros-

,, the nervous' system controls each function coe Bullington. and Herbert

;' of the body, a pressure on the spinal Dayton on the 6:30 and 11:30 : Critics overboard for The Big M! :..i::'

M nerves' can cause high blood pressure- as news report They were pictured -' go : i
well as many other disorders. attending a Jax area C ..

of C luncheon and looked quite '
Below Is Such A Case 1 ::1I
photogenic in their beards ... I

Patient, age 63, with blood pressure often as high as others attending the meeting,
260. Patient complained of fatigue nervousness and dizziness. but escaping the: camera's eye 1 ;;M ,, I. '

Under Chiropractic care the symptoms subsided! and blood pressure were Bill Wall Jr. and Marion "It has .. ..
reduced about 100 points. For real vibrant health, see Howe Bill Alderman, Tornado I ; TOM c .., I
your Chiropractor first. football star, received a Merit new features than any car tested in over 10 years.ttI "e --

Award on the Jax Forum pro- t '' MOTOR TREND: "Redesigned from the tires up ; : from IIf

H. G. BOL I INGER, CHIROPRACTOR the gram Wednesday Monday night a. m. .Open.. then House on f its new sculptured styling to its refined suspension, it's r 1 ry i

program, Marilyn Roberts, Pat- 'a leader." I
426 N. WALNUT STARKE, FLA. Silcox and Mae Hatcher i :
sy ::;:
j. MECHAt1ICS:11MerCUIYISSpeCt5CUl5IlydlfCrent., ( II'
made an appearance plugging the I -- -- m -

Junior Woman's Club variety
show this Friday and Saturday 1 CAR LIFE "Mercury is the car for you if you want a. %ii I
rh -" trK y
nights in the cafetorlum .. distinctively styled medium-priced car that isn't a \ y y Iii'

RAUM'STV Home with the mumps this carbon copy of any other automobile." 1.EfDAIi ,
It Il'lli
week are Billy and Linda Hug- ,

gins, David Wainwright, Martha
& RADIO SERVICE truth, Bobbie Sue Barksdale, '
*: ;
Gwen Lewis, Marie Inman, and
Starke Florida Ii Prices start i
228 S. Walnut St. Billy McRae ... Jimmy CrosbyIs 2575 .

featuring a double-header of .ras low as -' -
: '
- mumps and chicken pox, and t "

PHONE 509LATEST John Lee is cp'icti ... Mild- I I Monvfoctvrer'i. suggested lilt price for a Monterey 2-door, factory .. 57 MERCURYMcGRIFF
red Doyle was admitted to BC 11. equipped, including delivery and handling charges and!21.-J:" : II II
Transportation charges,optional equipment,whrtewoll tw s.. .and
Hospital last Saturday with ulcers local taxes if any additional. Prices may vary slightly m adjoining i -.. ... '*

SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT and Mary Edmondson was : .... __
at' St. Vincent's Jacksonville

INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT from Monday to Friday ...

PricesResults Mrs. W. L. Blair lost a green MERCURY MOTORS .,
Sensible ish-brown earring (a keepsake) : '.

on the courthouse grounds last o. q Court & Jefferson Sis. Phone 447'
Not Excuses Saturday and would appreciate Starke, Fla.
"t n
; getting it back ... Hear that 'ii-_ _ _._ II :rr._r_.r:rr=rr rrr-_ -Orr rr-..-_ ..>..
r Sylvia Paulk will appear on a .' ;" -
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I I Mrs. N. B. Rosier Jr. was visit- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allen and To: Lll1lan Thomas, whose residence Dated "this 9 day of April. 1957. .
and I and tile the original In the office of'' wen .n. he" h. otTf1 A ....,
..j ing her sister Mrs. C. H. Ditt- Mr and Mrs. L. R. Tenly of ington Avenue address, Brooklyn Is: 217 Wash-New (Official Clerk Seal) of Cnarlea the Circuit A. Darby Court the Clerk of the Circuit Court on : suit for a divorce. care, custody a
: mar and family in Jacksonville Gainesville were Sunday afternoon York. I i BJ"" Marian 1. Crosby Dennty Clpr'I or before the 13 day ot May, and control of minor child
1957 otherwise be..u .
; the bas ,
auegatlon. flied Ca.usu
over the weekend. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. You are berebr notified that a I 4/12 ,41 5/3 aId ComDalnt will be taken al o. above n.m." r"nf't ...."y.u-....0. .the....

Mrs. WV.. Page Jr. and MrSe, Tenlr. suit has been for divorce filed al.Jnbyou fD al I NOTICE TO APrr.I \ confessed This notice by you.shall bo published. you Jour are answer required va to/lertl........ ..a. rot .It..

\ Page, III and daughter of Lake Mr. and Mrs. "'I. O. Tison of above named Court and eau.o and I II.I Circuit Court Bradford Co.at. I once each week for four consecutive complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
yOU are requIred to serve a copy" ot 1 I FIori' I. Chancery.Mary weeks In the Bradford County 1'1' I Igrll'h. Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida
City were Tuesday visitors of Jacksonville spent Sunday with your answer or '
pleading to the I !\l'tl'n Amig Plaintiff vs.1'ernard ; Title Cuilding, Jacksonville 2.
Mrs. W. H. struth and Miss Kate MIT. Laura Tison. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I Earl Amig. Defendant. Florida
Dated this 8 day of April. 190;.
IN THE NEVrS Struth.Mrs.. Dr. H. G. Bollinger is attend-, 'iiU T. ,Frank Starke Landrum Florida, p. O. Box I Case No. 10-216 I (OJo..ll.I.-\J. ILA Li and tile the original In the office o
Notice T. AppearsTo Charles A. Darby, I the Clerk ot the Circuit Court on or
D. T. Clark of Miami is ing a Chiropractic convention in and file the original to the office I : Beri and Earl Amig whose (, Clerk ot the Circuit Court before the
v v visiting 'her brother and sister- Augusta, Oa. from Thursday to of the Clerk of the CIrcuit Court oa residence 18 Washington D. C. and By Marian 1. Crosby DenntT leek 13 day of Xf.y. 1957;
or before the whose address Is: c/o Frank JOY 4/12 53NO'lt7 i otherwise
Rev and Mrs.: S. J. Grady had W. S. Agnew will be in Phila- in-law, Mr, and Mrs. J. R'j I I Saturday. 13 day of 4.a), 1951; Constructlotl Company 60 0 Street 4t1 I Complaint 1'111 the allegations be taken as ot c6nf.ed said...-
otherwise the S. E.. Washington t'
Mrs. Sam Anderson and Miss allegations of said D. : TO APPEAR by you.
as visitors last Sunday :Mr. and delphia, Pa. for a week, where Wainwright and family. Complaint will be taken a. confessed You are hereoy nuUII.a that a suit I. Circuit Court Bradford C.aat".1. 'fhia notice shall be published.
Mrs. F. G. Lee, Miss Dorothy he will be in the hospital for cb- Mr. and Irs. E. E. Ake and Mary Ella Turner were overnight bJ"" you for divorce has been filed h on da. la ( ..... once each week for four consecutive
guests Saturday of Mr. and :Mr:. This notice'shall be PUbl1ll1ed against you in the above named Reta V. Rose. Plaintiff, vs. Gordon weeks In the Bradford Count Telegrah. -
Lee, and Bobby Dean Price, cf servation. family of Jacksonville were week- : once each week for four consecutive Court and cause and you are re- (' Rose, Defl'ndant. .
Sanford and Lake Mary and DAILY SPECIAL SMOKED end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. :1 Bobby Turner at the State Farm. weeks. In the Bradford County Telegrapb. quired to serve a copy of your an- Case Xo. 10-133 I Dated this 10 day of April 1951.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pickering of swer or pleading to the complaint. Netl..e '1'. appear (OFFICIAL 3EALr Chance .4. Dartt.,
Jr. and Mrs. John W. Smith of BARBECUED CIOCKEN DLNNER H. Rabb Jr. Gainesville Dated this 9 day of April. 1957. on the PIalntltt's Attorney To: Gordon C. Rose, whose reeidence Clerk of the Circuit CO""L
and Chicken smoked spent the weekend (OFFICIAL SEAL \"h.rle. A. DUD J. Donald Gibson. 1110 Smith I and address Is: 65 Brannan I, By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Jacksonville, and Mr Mrs. 150. over Olr. and Mrs. Wayne White of -
with Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering Clerk ot the Circuit Court Bldg., Jacksonville 2, Florida I I Street, Corpus Christi Texas. 4/1 4t 5/3
George Lee and son, Ricky, of hickory log in our smoke house. Panama City, 1.rs. George lolc- and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. E'7 Y.a.rlan 1.. Crosby DeD'1ty Clerk ,

Starke. Ba'rry's Restaurant, S 1-2 miles Daniel of Tallahassee and Mr. Dr. Chris Carratt of Lakeland I 4/l H 5/3

South of Starke on U. S. highway and Mrs. William Carter of Jack-
.fr. and Mrs. Merritt Wil- wan home for the weejtend. NOTICE T6 APf-r.UI -
liams and Miss Frances Land- 301. Telt"phoneInw.. Boxed sonville were weekend guests Red Feather Sponge Bath for I. CI..U eeart., Bradford County e
Dinners to take out. of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland.Mr. Blondes I. CIa.. ".
the weekend with dogs flea Jose
rum spent for cats A. Fernandez Plaintiff vs.
Mrs.: J. F. Rogers in JacksCinvine. Harvard Hazen of Lancaster, and Mrs. H. H. Rabb Jr. and dogs at Sistrunk Feed and Lafern McGee Fernandez Dettnd- dr
will the weekend ant. Case No. 10-US /
and family spend -
Pa. spent several days last week Seed store. Settee T. Appear Y

Mrs. Janie Avery Carswell with Mr and Mrs. A. E. Mc- .. with Mrs. Robb's parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Grimes and To: Lafl'rn McGee Fernandez. 1
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kennedy, in of whose residence and address
was called to Atlanta, Ga. to be Kinney.Mr. son Ocala were Sunday vistors Unknown Is:

with her sister, Mrs. Erline H. and Mrs. R. V. Chapman Jacksonville.Dr. of Mr: and'Mrs. E. E. Lewis. You are hereby notified that .a suit

who is ill. weekend R. and Mrs. Arthur Tacke of Mrs. Joe Tilly and daughter of for divorce
Bussey, guests
very as
has been filed against you In the t* i iJ
W'I Milwaukee, Wis. were "Monday Gainesville are making their home above named Court !
Don't fall to see "Sew Fact Genicke and son, Peter of cause and makes IJMC
4 Thru 1957." Elementary Cafe- catur, Ga. The Chapmans to Wednesday guests of Dr. and temporarily with her brother-in- your YOU are answer reoutred or to pleading serve a COY to the of a
I Mrs. T. G. Ritch while enrouteto law and sister, Mr and Mrs. R.
Mr. complaint on the Plaintiffs
tOriUlU, April 1-13, 8 pm. Benefit i had as Saturday guests Attorney
Miami. E. Lewis while Mr. is Kitchen & Scheartz 713 Professional
I L. and Mr. Tilly over- \
Oommunlty Swimming 'ool.I and Mrs. J. Bunting Building,
Mrs. Juanita Foster has rent- seas on Government Jacksonville t.
Sponsored by Junior Woman's and Mrs. Mat Bunting Jr. of duty. Florida I Sand
( accompanied ed the Weldon apartment on N.' Mrr. L. D. Green and Mrs. Hen- file the original tn the ofgu
Madison and they of the Clerk ot the
ub.Mrs.. W. J. Griffis of Jacksonville I Mrs. Chapman to St. Augustine Walnut'Street. rietta Hunt are spending Friday or before the 13 Circuit daY. of Court lay nn, E'
saturday to visit their sis- Mrs. Mae Jones and Ben Dowl- and Saturday in Tampa attending 1957: otherwise the allegations of
weekend of on
was a guest said
Complaint will be taken
Mr and Irs. A. E. McKinney.Mr. ter, Mrs. C. G. O'Neil, who is ing 9f Jacksonville were visit- the Grand Chapter meeting of the confessed by you. a.

confined in the Florida East ing their sister, Mrs. W. E. Mid- Eastern Star.DAILY 'Ills notice shall be publishes ,
and Mrs. Emory Cox cf once each week for four consecutive
and Dr. Middleton SPECIAL SMOKED
dletcn on
San Antonio, Texas were visit- Coast Hospital. reeks In the Bradford County Tele. ,
ing Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Misfi Beryl Hollano. of Gaines- .
1.trs.: K. G. Duncan was called $1.50. Chicken smoked over before has a Jight-duty A fast-r tio cruising axle for up to
ton and Mrs. R. S. Fernandez on ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
I to Atlanta on Monday by the hickory logs in our smoke house.Barry's NEVER
Wednesday of last week. Harry Mooty on Saturday. I._ packed the tremendous 17 better gas miIeage.
serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Restaurant, S 1-2 miles

Roy Smith, who is confined in South of Starke on U. S. Highway wallop of GMC's 206 horsf'power. Recirculating baIl-bearing steering

USETuxedo a hospital there. 501. Telephone UI-W. Boxed for fin e.r-tip handling. Longer,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan Dinners to take out. It's the most powerful light-duty .
easler-rldmg, heavy-duty sprmgs.
and family, and Mrs. Charles Dr. and Mrs. Robert Beckwithof truck ever bunt.

Hardy, Sr. of Gainesville, and 11tr. Tallahassee were weekend
Feeds It actually has more than .Plus boulevard styling and a luxury
and Mrs. Charley, Hardy Jr. and guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. power

family, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Houpt. many trucks rated at d times its cab your wife will love to be seen in .

E. Hardy and family of Starke Robert Kelly of South Georgia capacity. That means ability toboulevard performance to make

For enoyed a hamburger fry at the College was home for the weeK-
move the toughest loads without you proud.
D P. Hardy home last Saturday
evening. end.Mrs.. L. E. Loemker of Atlanta t yCHARLEY grunting-and move them at a timeCome in and see why Blue Chip

Developer Mf. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen is visiting her ron-in-Iaw and saving clip quality makes the dollar proud of

% Laying spent the first of the week at daughter Rev. and Mrs. Donald Then look what goes along with it its purchasing power. Do it today.as .
the Brownlee cottage at St. Kokomoor for several weeks: -
Mash ,
Augustine Beach. .equipment:

II Red Feather Sponge Bath for VVV TTlmRSVYTYYVVVVTVYY

Flea Powder for cats + "

Special Corn & Wheat Scratch and dogs.dogs at Si trunk Feed and PINE LEVEL E. JOHNS & SON .xlbwxxr

Seed store. '
3.85 100 lbs.
$ per ""'
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Firth. of by 1\IrA. II. 1'1. 11l'Ua8.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I'S \
3-D is what makes a flat "
Davison, Mich. arrived Friday for
three weeks' visit with their wn, picture of a cutie take on \
I R. E. Firth, and' family. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and the rounded fullness of a +

J Attending the State Baptist, Mrs. Hall's sister returned to Tal- \
Marilyn l\Ionroe. But in insur-
Baby Chicks and Poultry Equipment YW convention at Daytona lahassee Monday where Rev. Hall
j jI
this weekend will 'be Mrs. Mary I i3 House chaplain during the ance, '3-D' stands ftir a store- jI

Rat, Mouse and Roach Killer Laffin, Jean Mundy Virginia Jean I Legislative session. keepers policy covering losses
Darby, Carol Jennings, Lera and I Mr. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez x+rt ?e ic
due to Dishonesty pk
Pam Lawson. lof Palatka spent Saturday night Disappearance -

Magic Bloom -- Gro-Tone For Flowers Marcia Kay Kinchen of Jacksonville -I with Mrs. Alvarez' parents, Mr. or Destruction. Does :

And Gardens Premier Peat Moss I spent the weekend with and Mrs Joe S. Starling. I you agency supply this 'wellrOlnded' I
her cousin Mary Lu Edwards.Mrs. I Visitors at the H M. McRae

A. A. Durden ban moved home Thursday of last week were 3-D_ Policy for Storekeepers -
j .
from 133 So. Thompson St. to the Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby of ?"

SISTRUNK' FEED & SEED CO. Williamson house at 224 So.I the State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. H. '

Thompson Stt which she has I H. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. J. GMC MoneyMakers for 57

539 E. C&1l Sf. Starke, Florida purchased. W. McRae. Saturday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Paul Raymer of visitors were Mrs. T. N. Norman I r Charley E. Johns

1 .. Lexington. Ky. were visiting Mr. and mn of Heilbronn, Mrs. Laura

and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb on Sun- McRae, Mrs. Oscar Hall, and Mrs. See us, too, for Triple-Checked used trucks -4'

day. Quitman Hall all of Waldo.. & Son
1.lrs. Darsy PerlJ'ffia.1 and Mrs. I
TO wllon I'r l\UY COCERNz: I
Del Colley spent the weekend in Notice Is hereby given of my Intention RAYMOND LANG PONTIAC

Blackshear, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs.A. to have Introduced in the Phone 13 Starke PIa.
M. 'oloore. legislature a bill to authorize the I ,
l'oard of County Commissioners of
Dedicated To Community Service Mr, and Mrs. David Reid and; Bradford County to adopt countywide )28 WALNUT ST. STARKE FLORIDA PIlr:lE 132

"lIovh Are Better.Than Enr" son of Jacksonville were visiting: tions zoning in those and portions building of regula-Brad-

their parents, Mr. and 1\1rs. D.j ford County not Included in lany

W. Carpenter, over the weekend.Mrs. Incorporated municipality.April I
Friday And Saturday April 12.13 12, 1957.
Glen Conner and Mr. and MACK S. ...FJTCI1 I

Double Feature Mrs. Tony Gonzalez were in County Starke Florida.Attorney, I a. se

Gainesville :Monday evening to 1t 411

I I 1SPJN hear Miss adline Conner soloist, ,.cep
) on the Firestone Hour at U. of F. NOTICE TO ArPE.R.I. .
Circuit Court, Bradford County,
Irs. C. D. 'illiamn and Mrs. Florida la Cbaat'f'n.It .
: I Henrietta Hunt were visiting in L. Sikes Plaintiff vs. Stella
r'I I Hae Sikes. defendant
I McIntosh and 1licanopy on Sun- (use Xo. 10-213 -

..i 4IEGAtSOPE.a ,11 day. i iDon't 'I \ollee Te "nnf'ar -
Stella Hae Sike", whose residence 1
Y fail to see "Xf'W Faces and address Is: Parkvlew Grocery, J t
Thru 1957." Elemf'ntar Cafe- Washington. North Carolina. N
You are hereby notified that a cult : v-
torium, April 12-13. 8 p.m. Benefit for divorce I 1 r lv

Community Slimming 'ool. has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and
e wt Sponsored by Junior IS'oman'sClub. you are required to serve a copy of
It.,.. ale your answer or pleading to the :

.+."w lobed ARTHUR'I1tQ HOUIIw Mr._and Mrs. Oren Welch of mplaint Lloyd on Bass the, 210 Plaintiffs Clark Building Attorney, I

II1IAIIS. ..11R11171I.!.!. .. III aln...1IIat l bill A OOMERCll PAITERSON Dade' City were Sunday and Mon- Jacksonville 2, Florida .
W -.aid I -p.-,4- and
__. the
original office
III the : '
day visitors of their daughter, ''-
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on :
PLUS 'olrs. 1\1. I. Lawson, and family. or before the 13 day of May,
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs J. B. said 1957: otherwise the allegations of i e
Complaint will be taken 'ac
Cartoon And Serial Sapp Mrs. J. A. Griffin, 1\Irs. I. confessed by you. I w

E. Clark, Mrs. F. B. Beard and This notice shall be published
onl'e each week for four consecutive
ATTENTIONSun Mrs. Garl Mathews attended the weeks In the Bradford County Tele.

State WMU convention in Gainesville graph. '\
Dated this 4 day of April, 1957.
on Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. lOttlclal Seal) Charles A: Vii'-
Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday Etta Hoover has had as Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I April 14 15 16 17G visitors, Dr. James Chace "of 4/1 41 5/3 I TaekithW.!

Gainesville on Saturday and :Mr. NOTICE TO APPEAR

and Mrs. Bob Chace of Gainesville la Clrult Coart. Bradford ee.atF.:
Florida la Chancery.
f \ on Sunday. John Thomas, Plaintiff, Lillian
tSLq vs.
.. Miss. Sandra Jones was home Thomas, Defendant. Get real blowout and puncture .

3'CtR '-- Ll' for her Spring vacation from Case No. 10.131

.oo": UJ ( Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga. '.1letlee To A.ppear'IGASTOONsl protection at low, low cost!

.. for the past week. Last Friday
-o' e
? : Miss Jones and her weekend

1 : f. JICEto. : ::; guest, Miss Gwynn Kinney of ,I
>. r I
W tD .O .Rr I Pensacola and Jim Smith and II I

I.C : ;' r6EOREJ Buzzy of U. of F., spent the day -By- ''

\ at Daytona Beach. '1

Qj III :...;.. I .tfir/S7EVEW.; '. Mr. and Mrs L. A. Brown, Jr. GIB BROWN

.u Qj w C 1 t and Mrs. Thomas E. Oldham of
;: : .fJRODllI:1lCN THE GULF
CQj '
a Jacksonville visitors PREMIUMhc
'- t \ were Sunday ,
8 -- Mpr6dAOrtLfrE- fER E&? of ,Mr and Mrs. Hogan Smith. C> .. '.". Ir ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scott of O' to"
(il _..WoWlE .BRes.'W : 01' TUBELESS TIRE "'
tlJ7I-. ; I. Leesburg were visiting Mr. and .. r ll ;-
'r EUTABEIH '" ROCK -q JAMES Irs. H. E. Bradley 'nod family 0)) p .
() 1' Sale Price .
1795 -
$ ,
e DEAN and Mrs. Bradley Sr.
JAYLOR on Sunday. I e sun g ? .
<: irNbn. try.. ... Irs. Irene Roberts of Palatka. in_ 0 0 (c, $fRYlt

j cAR MERCEOESYcCtlMlAlO6 xiglRk.a.brrp4LLWW SAI,1I IEO '\W mother of Mrs Herbert Thomas, ':1. For Only 6.70 X 15 K f. .. W

is confined in the Alachua.Generll v \

For This Show Only: Show Time Hospital. J Exchange plus fax-.
Mr. ; CIO .
hosts at the annual reunion .
Will Be As Follows of the family ot Mrs. E. 1L Hazen "Don't tell me your tar wou't "-

and the late Mr. Hazen of Brooker start after that tune-np I This is a one-time special offer-it wont be

Box Office Opens 1 :00 p.m. Show starts at 2:00 p.m.; Over or. Wednesday of last week. The did."
repeated Sale ends when, present stock is sold "'
at 6:00 pm.x all day affair was attended by 24 Customers
membera ot the family. always come out. Trade-in today-own the best for less.
: Office 7:00 Show starts 7.:30 p'.m. Out at back : tGIB:
opens p.m' : .Irs. Fred Guy and 1Irs. A. Self-seals
punctures on nning wheels
11:30 p.m. Z. Adkins, Jr. of Gainesville were i .

visiting Mrs. Adkins, Sr. on Mon- BROWN Protects against bruise blowouts

Thursday and Friday, April 18.19 day. Provides maximum safety against skids rRADE-IN FOR A NEW SET NOW!

airs. Charles Hardy and family : '

"BARRETS. OF WIMPOLE STR ET" were in PaIatka Tuesday visiting SERVICE STATION

Jennifer Jones, and John Gielgod her mother Irs. G. E. McGauley. Standard Oil Products !
J.1r. and Mrs. Milton H. :
PLUS of Miami were Saturday to Wed- Phone 327

Cartoon nesday visitors of ,J.Ir. and Mrs. .
....,., .
R. B. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. 407 N. Temple Ave. MADISON & WALNUT 818. TEMPLE & CENTER STS.

Paul Raymond. ,
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..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy bers of this group. Starke spent last week with Mr.: Mlddleburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Rosier. \ FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1957

and ,Mrs. O. J. Anders. Avenue, Port Jefferson New
Attention Lonnie Page during the. week- Mr. and Mrs. D. G. WUk'erson, You are hereby notified that a York.suit Honorable Theron A. Yawn Jr.. Telegraph.
LAWTEYBy \ Don't fail to see the Spring Mr.' and Mrs Bryant Reddish I. end. Misses Gloria Anderson and Jean for divorce, care, custody! and con County Florida, Judge of Bradford County, Dated this !7, day of March US:'.
trol of on April 2%.
minor 1957 for
were weekend guests of Mr. and children has been filed approval (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Song Festival Charlie Wilkison was in Jack- Wilkerson were against you in- of tie same and for final
featuring the Mrs. J. O. Pons in Tallahassee.Mrs. I. guestsof Court the above named discharge as Executor Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sirs. Jayc T. Kutch Wedding of 'Jack and Jill and F. C. Richards returnedto sonville this weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Barratt quired Lad to serve cause a and copy you of your are ret of Rosetta Williamson of the deceas es By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

the Operetta of Hansel and Gretel her Mr. -and Mrs. Donald Wilkison.Dr. and family of the State Farm. swer or pleading to complaint ane on d. 3/29 4t 4/19
&LAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAARe4eatlon which will be presented in Miami last week- Morris of Park of the Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Dickinsonand the Plaintiffs Attorney Carl G. March %6, 195T.
end after having spent several] Swanson, 109 Law Exchange build DeWitt C. Jones IB The Circuit Court Eighth Judicial
AndBeaulification Mrs. Jack Estes' Sixth Grade weeks with Palms was the Sunday guest of family and Mrs. R J. Corn- ing. Jacksonville 2. Florida and file Executor of tile estate of _circuit of Florida la and For
Mr. and
Program Students and :Mrs. Doyle Eu- Mrs. Pres- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes. They wall and son of Jacksonville Clerk the original In the office of the Rosetta Williamson, deceaed. Bradford County. In Chancery.
ton Green and sons. of the Circuit Court NOTICE TO DEFEND
banks' j all motored to the State Prison visited the Wilkersons on SUnday before the on or 4/19 Margaret
A group of local citizens has Opportunity Class assisted 6th day of May, 1957; Aitchison. Plaintiff, vs.
ty our Music Supervisor, Mr. and Mrs. George Robertsof Farm where Dr. Morris conducted evening. otherwise the allegations of said NOTICE '.'0 APPEAR William Aitchison, Defendant.
launched a city-wide recVeation Complaint will be taken la Circuit Coart. Bradford Coanty Case No. 10-2099
: as
Mrs. H. Henderson, on Friday uainesvilte spent Saturday a religious service at the chapel. :Misses Freda Hardee Gwen I fessed by you. con- Florida la Chancery To: William Aitchison, 1321

and beautification project under evening, April 12, at .8 o'clockin with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rob-, Raulerson, Rosa :Mae Austin and This notice shall be published John Alice S.Joann Cook,Cook, Plaintiff, vs. York.Franklin Avenue, Bronx New

the leadership of Rev. W. L. the school auditorium.Mr. erts.. Little Ricky Roberts re- Mrs. A. H, Harley Sr., and Mrs. Jean Hiatt, went home with once weeks each In the week Bradford for four CountiTelecraph. consecutive Defendant.Case No. 10-2108 You are hererby notified that a.

Mills Jr.. assisted by Mrs. G. VV. : and Mrs. Edwin Teney of turned home with his parents Effie Miner attended a WSCS their music teacher, Mrs. H. H. \otlce To: John T. Appear.S. suit for divorce has been filed

Roberts and School Principal 'H. Orange Park visited the D. A. after a. few days' visit with his meeting at Worthington Springson Henderson, of Gainesville and 1957.Dated this 2Sth day of March, and address is Cook.: 107 whose Castle residence Drive, cause against: and you you In are the hereby above required entitled

Jones family on Sunday after grandparents.Mrs. Thursday.The spent Thursday night. They all OFFICIAL SEAL) Atwater. California. to file your Answer with the
:B. Plans are formed You are o-r-ujr notinea '.1 Clerk
Ingram. being that of this Court
notin. Erlie Padgett and children Jack Crawfords vere in I attended church there in the Charles A. Darby suit for divorce copy thereof upon Plaintiff's to servea

for a basketball court, softball Those enjoying a picnic at were shopping in Jackson- Jacksonville Sunday evening to i evening..TYYYYYTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'I. By Marion Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Court. has above been named tiled Court against and yon cause in and the Main Attorney Samuel V. Holch. 409-A -
Deputy Clerk Street Daytona Beach.
diamond, youth center, and Orange, Springs on Sunday were ville on Friday. see their new grandson, Stephen 4/5 4t 4/26 you are required to serve a copy,of da not later than 22nd Jhy of

other recreation facilities. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling the The C. B. Hiatts spent the Charles, son of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: In Circuit Courts-Bradford four answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs! to tb Attorney. complaint a April Decree, 1957.Pro If you fail to do so,
County, Confesso
Plans are also being made for Edwin Starling family Mr. weekend at Crystal River. Erwin Muse. Mrs. Muse is the Florida la Chancery. Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith Build. entered against you for the will relief be

beautifying the streots, play- and Mrs. Steve Starling and son Mrs. Edwin Starling and fami- former Miss Hazel Crawford. CLAY HILLby James Ruth Stepp H. Laughter, Plaintiff, vs. and ing file, Jacksonville the original t in, Florida.the office, of demanded WITNESS In the Kill of Complaint.

ground, and the park around the and the H. T. Markham familyof ly and Mrs. Nick Thomas and Buster Bennett of Titusville Laughter.Case Defendant.No. 10-208-3 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or said Court this my 20th hand day and of seal March.of _
grandson were recent guests of the weekend with his wife Order Of Pablleatlea or before the 29 day city hall. Various nurseries have G i esville.. spent Airs. J. L. Stricklanil&ALAAAALAAALAAAAAAAAAAA& Appears State and Notice To otherwise the allegations of said (COURT SEAL)
offered their assistance in this The M. Y. F. of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sealey in and son at the Darley home. i James H. Laughter Of Florida Tot Complaint will be taken as confess Charles A. Dfrrby.

project. A future Garden Club church will hold a bake sale Center Hill. Mrs. Johnny Crawford of Mac- and ,address is:, 7 whose Oak Park residence ed This by you.notice shall be puollshed Clerk Starke,Circuit Florida Court

is also in the mak- Mrs. John Shuford and Dave clenny spent last week with Mr. | Road Asheville, North Carolina. once each week for four
for the city Saturday, April 13, in ,the store Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fies of You are required conseco I Mariam L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
next door to the Post office. The had as weekend guests Mr. and I and Mrs. Guy- Futch. They- car- Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ellington April 22, 1957 in to appear the above on tlve weeks in the Bradford County 3/22 it 4/lJ

ing.This be send Mrs. Joe Shuford and family of I ried herS: home on Friday and remained called named Court and cause, wherein ___
group would appreciate proceeds will used to and daughters of Starke plaintiff seeks -
St. and Mrs. huford's weekend. divorce. ; .: ,
Augustine --
the -
for --
bearing from others who are the young people to a religious on us. :Mr. Strickland has notseen Bradford County Telegraph shall -
mother Mrs. M. B. Plummer of Crews and Mrs. publish this Order
Miss Maggie lu
interested in these two projects. camp this summer. Mrs. Fies, who was formerlyAda weekly tour

Please contact one of the mem- Mrs. Nezzie Strickland of Miami. Marr of Highland, visited the Strickland his niece, since Witness issues.my hand and official seal -
The WSCS of the Methodist Ersley Normans during the week- at Starke, Florid'a' this March 14
she was a little girl and had 1957. ,
Church and the \VMU of First end. neverr i
met her husband although (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Baptist Church held their meet- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon and Charles A. DarbY
have been married about 40 years. .
PROTECT DRIVER'S license ings at their respective churcheslast daughter had as recent guestsMr. We were pleased to have Wil- As Clerk of Said Court .
By Marian L.
your Tuesday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hingson, Crosby, ueptty Clerk
lard Lane back with us at Clay i Julian Warren, 206 Smith
and Mrs. Glen Williamsonand Goodley Hingson and Mr.. and Jacksonville 2, Florida.
Hill Church last Sunday. He has I Bulldlng'j
and Mrs. Troy Bennett all of Live Attys. for Pit. 3/%
BUY sons, Mrs. Jr. Hingson
been in Japan for the past year or I -
Saturday evening
spent Oak.Misses &0. He was accompanied by his I I NOTICE OF INTENTION
Mrs. Mamie Drake in Jackson- Vonda Starling, Ruby TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS I
who NAME
wife had been living in Jacksonville
LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo ville.Mr. Johnson, Barbara and Joy Star- while he was away. undersigned Notice is hereby under given the that the I

and Mrs. Carl Prevatt ling, Martie and Jackie Bales, Of Chapter 20,953. Laws of provisions Florida,

Membership Fees -- 6 Mo. Policies were Saturday overnight guestsof Howard Bowen Gary Bennett, Miss Gloria Starling of Jacksonville Acts of 1941, will register with
spent the weekend with the Clerk of the Circuit
relatives Court in
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper of I Blain Thompson, Frank Johnson, here. and for Bradford County, Florida

Kingsley Lake., !''Inrl Mitchell Starlinsr attended upon receipt of proof of publica _

DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY Mrs. Mary Reddish had as Sun- I ;'-birthday--party for Patricia illnesses Thorn improving from recent!r name tion of of this Starke notice Mobile, the Home fictitious Sales .- I
day guests Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parrish at the home of Mr. and. are Nellie Wilkinson, Susie !N. Temple Ave.. P. O. Box 206, r

I Ij Wallace of the state Farm, and Mrs. Winton Parrish at the State j Padgett and Mr. Davis. The Starke is Jack, Florida.J. Hodges That, N.the sole owner iI ._ _____ _i !
Temple Ave.
136 W. Call Street Phone 285 Ray Reddish and Hal Bartley of Farm. I latter is able to walk some now, .P. O. Box 206, Starke. Florida. .

Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Arlie J. Dobbs Jr. and with two people helping him and I A.Dated D. 1957 this 20th day of' March
at St&rke, Bradford
Georgia Ann Sapp had daughter and Mrs. Brad Norton hopes to be in church this I County Florida.
as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs.. and son have returned to their .Rev., Calvin- Johns of I Iwith 3/%% 4t 4/1. -?-

Everett Burney- and granddaughter homes from hospitals in Starke. I ua last Saturday night and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

of Jacksonville. Friends of The Theodore Crews family had we are expecting Rev. Chism of REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME IIt

OUR OUTSIDE PAINT ) Pete Burney will regret to learn as Sunday dinner guests the J. Georgia this Saturday.It undersigned Notice is under hereby the given provisions that the of

that he is a patient in a hospitalin T. and Marklee Padgett familiesof seems that everyone loves to Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, l
read the news, but few will Acts of 1941, will register with
HAS WHAT IT TAKES Waco Texas. Clay Hill. the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in j
Bobby Coleman and Earl Star- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and the trouble to give it to your cor and for Bradford County Florida

TO STAND OFF WEATHER'S V y& ling of Lakeland were visitingMr. Mrs. Margaret Kelly visited' Mrs. respondent. Please cooperate by of upon this receipt notice of, proof the fictitious of publication name RCA Victor t. ......J. This consols! J _

and Mrs. Joe Starling last Laura Qolley in Starke on Sun- giving me your items and help of Biscayne Motor Court, under swivels-"aims" both picture and sound
which I
make this column am engaged in business
interest- on
SLAPS AND SHAKES week. day afternoon.Mr. and North U. S. 301. And that the sole in any direction! 261 sq. n. of viewabls"Living
j Friends of Mrs.. Selma Eunice and Mrs. Jack Wainwright ing informative. wner of said business Is: II
I John- ,V._ niissnn______ Pt. _.> n .e.V. ... I Image" picture. Balanced Fidelity
will be glad to learn that she of Waycross Ga. were weekend Starke, Florida. n | **V* M, Sound. Illuminated tuning dial.

IG/VEUP ., returned from the hospital on guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Presbyterian ChurchFriday 1957 Dated at this Starke 27th, Bradford day of County March,,, Mahogany grained, walnut grained,

Friday. Wainwright.Mrs. Florida. limed oak grained (extra) finishes.
Commodore Crews of Tallahassee Eva Griffis had as Sun- Adult Choir prac- 3/29 4t 4/19 Model 21T738.

:- and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. j day guests )ofr. and Mrs. Paul tice, 8 p. m. CALL FOR BIDS

Crews of Indian River City were Griffis and family of Jacksonvilleand Sunday Church School 9:45a. March 22. 1957 Other Models From

weekend guests of Mrs. Commodore the Sam Taylors of Starke. m. Morning Worship "The the Sealed City bids Council will of be the received City by of $134.95

Crews and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smilh of I Keys of the Kingdom," 11 a. m. Starke at the City Hall in Starke

Mr. and Mrs. Ross spent the Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof Youth Fellowships, 6 p. m. Eve- Florida until 7:30 o'clock P.M. on
Tuesday April 16, A.D., 1957, at
(O LOCAL TRAI>EMAllKS.ln ., weekend with the Marvin Ro- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley. ning Worship, "The Mustard which time and place all bids re- .

siers. V They with Mrs. Paul Bennett, Seed," 7:30: p. m.MondayFriday ceived will be publicly opened and
read aloud, on the following: .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Patrick attended the funeral of Little Holy Week 400 ft. of %%.In. best grade cot- .

announce the arrival of a daughter Melba Boatwright in the after services, First Methodist Church. ton rubber lined fire hose, 400-lb.
burst test, all brass
Nancy Vorease, on April 2 Music by church choirs, 12 noon rocker-lug type, nationjal couplings stand-, 5

fTORKE in Orange Park Hospital.Mr. noon.Mr.. and -Mrs. R. W. Mosely I to 12:30 p. in.WednesdayPrayer. ard thread. Bidder to furnish 'ervlce
sample and
name brand.
and Mrs. Frank Williamsof and family visited Florida Reptile Meeting, F.O.B. Stark Florida. Price

Hampton were Sunday guestsof Land in Highland on Sunday af- 7:30: p. m.ThursdayJunior. The said City reserves the right
BUILDERS SUPPLIES to accept or reject any or all bids. _
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and ternoon. Choir prac- CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA

sons.Ronald Deepest sympathy is extended tice, 3:30 p. m. By: Carl Johns, City Clerk. All Work Guaranteed .. Free Estimates
3/29 3t 4/12
Kimbrell and Tommy. to Mr. and Mrs.Warren\ Boat- -

Hinson spent the weekend with right, and other relatives in the In The Connnty Judge' Coart In Fully Equipped ... DependableAll
their mother. Mrs. J. R. Hinson, loss of their baby girl Melba. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Florid In Probate.County, Makes and Models

j in Jacksonville. The J. T. Prevails of Starke Notice Is hereby given of intention IN RE: Estate of Rosetta Williamson -
to the Current Session of I deceased.
to apply
Mr and Mrs. L. Fuquay of visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard the Florida Legislature for passage I I. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION

Prevatt on Sunday.Mr. of an art- reQuiring a franchise from FOR FIXAL DISCHARGE OF CHAS.
the City of Starke to supply electricity EXECUTORTo C. SHEPHERD
and Mrs. D. A. Jones
in any annexed area to said All Whom It Hay Concern
daughters were in Jacksonvilleon city, providing, however no fran- Notice is hereby given that I TV _
to Mrs. D. R. chose shall be required to supply have filed my final returns as Executrix Radio -- Seat Covers Upholstering
Saturday see persons, firms or corporations actually of the estate of Rosetta Phone 239.
where with Stone, who suffered a back In- receiving electrical service Williamson, deceased; that I have Starke, Fla. S

you stop jury from a recent fall. They reported within! the annexed area at the filed my petition for final discharge 11II .-- -
time of annexation. and that I will apply to the _
that her condition was not Dated this 3rd day of April, 1957. n .------------f
/s/ Carl Johns, City Clerk
first heard it. -
serious as they
City of Sttarke. Florida Li

was.Hilda Crews is a patient in. 1t
CONFIDENCEi I In The Circuit Court Eighth Judlral
Doctor's Hospital in Starke. Circuit of Florida, In and For

Carl Mosley of Miami is visiting Bradford County. In Chancery. Life had its moments in the Era
Ricardo Aure Plaintiff, vs. Perpetua Gaslight _
his Mr. and Mrs. S. '
parents, Aure, Defendant Case No. 10-2117 .
: Perpetua Aure, Asis Mendez
Troy Bennett and grandson Munez Cavite, Philippine Islands. .

Wayne, of Titusville. spent the You are hereby notified that a ,
suit for divorce has been filed
weekend with Mrs. Bennett and against you in the above entitled ,
Gary. cause; and you are hereby requiredto .
file Answer with the Clerkof
Rev. W. L. Mills Sr. of Jack-
this Court, and to serve a copy .
sonville was a Sunday guest of thereof upon Plaintiff's Attorney

his son and family Rev. ,,%V. L. Samuel Daytona V.Beach Holch., Florida 409-A Main not Street later .

Mills Jr. Rev. Mills Sr. is con- than 6th day of May, 1957. If you
Branch fail to do so, a Decree Pro Confesso
revival at Long
ducting a will be entered against you for the .
Baptist Church this week. relief demanded in the Pill of Com .

Mrs. Leona Edwards had as plaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of .
Sunday guests :Mrs. L. L. Wain- said Court this 3rd day of April, : //i1i-/
wright and familyf the State 1957. :-
Farm, and Miss Jean Hiatt. Charles A. Darby : I

'Ed in Jack Clerk Circuit Court _
The Carters were ,
Starke, Florida
sonville on Sunday for a visit 4/5 4t 4/26 kitw.i! .

with Mr.' and Mrs. Nick Pope. -
!. Circuit Court Bradford Gouty,
ss : : i' k and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Aus Florida i la Chancery. _
\ Beulah H. Nodine, Plaintiff, vs.
tin.Mr. Leon C. Nodine, Defendant.
and Mrs. Colonel Case No. 10-2111
worthy had as Sunday Nors-I I I Order .f Publication and Kotlee to but nothing tops modern electric
i Appeari State of Florida Tot living! .
and :Mrs.: ISam Holcomb and Leon C. Nodine, whose residenceand

family of Jacksonville. address is: Landrum, South
I Carolina.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosley Ton are required appear 01
and family of Jacksonville were I May 6. 1957. in the above
named Court and wherein
in which the in Sunday dinner guests ,of Mr. .I plaintiff: seeks divorce and restoration -
products set pace and Mrs. Dave Tanner. of former name.
\ Bradford County Telegraph shall
The Bill Pendarvis family had publish this Order In next four rT

as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. weekly issues. .
and Protection Witness my hand and official
Progress J Performance Cecil Hardee of Callahan.Mr. seal (at Starke Florida, this 28th ,
day of March, 1957. l'D ;'
and Mrs. H. H. Hamiltonand ;" "
Charles A. Darby,
Your confidence keeps our gasolines If you are not using Standard Oil Mr. and Mrs' Norman Ham- Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,
first in sales after ilton of .Jacksonville were Sun- By Marlon L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
year year. To insure gasolines, we invite you to try them. Chas. R. Hess. 204-05 Guaranty Life ,. :
the continuance of this confidence our One of our three popular gasolines- day dinner guests of Mr. and Building. 'Jacksonville. Fla. "

products are constantly improved to CROWN, CROWN EXTRA or our newest I -Mrs.- -- H. H. Henderson in GaInes- .Attys. for Fl!.- 4/5 4t 4/26 -'

meet the challenge of change. .. Our SUPER CROWN Exnu-ris best for your ville.Mr. !. Circuit Court Bradford Comity, .

newest gasoline-Supu CROWN EXTRA car. Only 'ou-by use-can tell which. and Mrs. Willis Starling Florida IB Chancery. l_.. .
Barbara M. Palmlerl. Plaintiff, ,
-offers owners of higher-compression They .will demonstrate to you the dependability of Baldwin spent Monday evening Joseph J. Palmier Defendant. vs. .
cars (new or old) the best in performance and economy which keeps with. the H. C. Harley family.Mr. Case No. 102063OrdVr ..

and protection. them first-choice of Southern motorists. and Mrs. A. J. (Buddy)) of PakU >tI.. and Notice to ,
Appears State of Florida tot
Starling are spending sometime Joseph -J. Palmieri? whose residence -

with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hig- Street and Brooklyn address New Is: York.232 Leonard. Live moderns; :'heat water electrically! _

ginbotham in Baldwin. You are required to appear on .
L. P. Rafuse was in Jackson- May 6, 1957, in the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
ville last Friday evening to visit seeks divorce, care, custody and ( .

his brother Jim who was Injured control of minor child. .

p( ) In an automobile accident, publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four <* !*-$<&!
and is a patient in St. Vincent's weekly Witness issues.my hand and official _ii 1.-- ._jour!towel, ,. < -

Hospital.Mrs. s 4al at Starke, Florida, this 3rd : ..- & ( ; :! I
George Shuford and Mrs. day of April. 1957. v, '
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) Mer-Stfe ti electric! jZjhu!Tad It 117 tnjwiereTtererf'f ,- : '
Howard Norman and daughter. Charles A. DarbY _
As Clerk of Said Court < _
Mary Francis were shopping cteap to'goltf.etectric &1Iu t. WC .
Marian I.. Clerk """
By Crosby. Deputy
these Jacksonville on Saturday. Mary Martin J. Pearl, 206 Smith Building, \oa&uub'0a or f ihdji f I -ii"

one of gasolines is best for your car Francis remained overnight with Jacksonville 2. Florida T,
.: _
Attys. for P1 4/5 4t 4/%'
her cousin Nancy Agair. -- lint 'Im;IICflIC&Uf.;.m mi rwitu M men hAul wwi
,' ',. Mrs. Jimmy Ray and children,' NOTICE APPEAR 0 v
la Clrralt Coart. Bradford Coaary. _
of Jacksonville visited Veroie
Florida 1st Cfcueeiy.

STANDARD. OIL COMPANY. Padgett and family on Saturday., Lee Mary Bennett.Bennett,Defendant.Plaintiff vs.. Conrad FtORIDA !POWER & LIGHT COMPANY '

Miss Shirley Rosier of Jacksonville !
-. (KENTUCKY) Cue No. 10-2113 _
spent the weekend with 3otee To AppearTo I .
f Conrad Lee Bennett, whose
Mr. and
: parents, Mrs. Quincy
I{residence and address is: 17 CentJ I



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9 '! held at the school the first Wed- Methodist Church- .TTVTTl ...y .y. ......,' be the .last in the school year. I ed the clinic.Personals .
fmsr"T nesday In May. All members are home for a
NEWS OF COLORED asked to be present as this will Speller Congratulated the Army.
Sunday, Apr., 14 Sunday HAMPTON John Farkas, Hampton 8th Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
BRADFORD COUNTY I I be the last meeting of the term. he has been
CITIZENS OF School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Wor- grader won the Bradford County Dot Eiland and R. E. win ,
Eddie be sta
Thompkins, principal;
ship,' 11 a. m., sixth in a series spelling match on March 22 received spent the weekend with }[
Bj tin. D. E. inn
Marion Dell Kennedy his fur
Oznra J. Shell president; E. i
By of the Cross "Mili
sermons on : a Better of congratulations Mrs. Don McMahon and
LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASisters reporter. a tarism--the Soldiers." MIry'rec- .u .......&.... A from Cong. Billy Matthewsthis Bradenton. ,
Letter to Legislature reation time 6:15 DineAMitefor Friday
; week. The Congressman
March 8 to 5. The winning pitcherwas Housewarming Honors Mr. and Mrs. Hershel with
and game Johns
Honorable Charley E. Intermediates and Seniors
wished John luck in the district
Mr. And Sirs. and Mrs. Milton Misner
', Sisters of the Swish and Brothers /Captain Chandler. Cicero Senator, and Doyle E. Conner, 6:45: ; Business and Worship meet- BedenbaughMr and .
contest In Jacksonville on April
and Mrs. J. W. Beden- Saturday to visit relatives
have Leggett is manager of the team. ,
the Brush will a
of parade Representative. ings, 7:15. Evening Worship, 8 will receivea Y t
13 when the winner
in this Saturday at The next game will be played baugh, who purchased the Alma a few days In Birmingham, and'r
r Gentlemen: We, the membersof p. m. The minister continues to trip to Washington, D. C. Johnis s
bars Parker's
to Saturday, April 13, and will Saxon home on Division Street, brother
f 5 p. m. All persons wishing the Bradford County Teachers show color slides taken on his the son of Mr. and Mrs. John I St.
and critically
start at 3 p. m. in Reddish Park.A moved in on Tuesday last :
march are invited to put on your Association, one of the groups recent visit to Cuba. Farkas of Hampton.
bow ties, small donation will be askedof week, were honored with a sur- Gordon Mills or Galveston
hats, derbies, will be
which you represent in the legis- Special services Wednesday, Council Asks CrackdownOn
all spectators. The starting prise housewarming at their spent the weekend in ''
overalls dresses bonnets, at 7:30
f lature, wish to use this methodto Thursday and Friday nights at Illegal Parking
home on Friday evening, April 5. with his
all and buttons, Junior pitcher will be John Henry 8 brother-in-law and .
pins with the o'clock. Rev. Thaxton Springfield -
acquaint you positionwe ; to motorist in
Shavers and Little Miss Bellesare thaniel, right handed, but has a Faculty members at Heilbronn A second warning Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill ana pas
have taken as a group in the minister and director of about illegal parking on
invited to join the parade. lot on the ball. Come out and the Elementary School, where Mr. Hampton Regular meeting of the Church
Florida Education Associationpay University Methodist Church
him win his first of Bedenbaugh is employed as jani- the main street has been posted ton Baptist WMU will be
Principal Eddie Thompkins, general see game raise proposal. We are 100 and Wesley Foundation In byMarshallC I the
tor and other friends of the Hampton postoffice
indicated that the season. Thursday evening, April 18,
chairman, has
cent in favor of the $1,100 Gainesville, will preach Wednes-
per couple met forthe'occasion at R. Cox, following a request of Mrs. Dick Hinson annd Mrs.
A this will be our final parade be- PTA RAISES MONEYMrs. pay raise for all teachers, with day on "The Meaning of the home. the city council at last week's 'I a home
fore the "Big Parade" on Friday, Elsie Leverson was chairman the Bedenbaugh ence Cooper as hostesses. to worship
I out regard to merit. We sincerely Cross to God. Rev. Gene Zimmerman meeting.A .
will be formedat of the committee The couple moved from the Richard May, son of Mr. Sunday.
May 10. The line i program hope that each of you will do pastor of the Wesley .
the centennial trading postin for RJE PTA meeting last week all can to support this bill Community Methodist Church in apartment at the L. A. Wynn $15 fine will be imposed on "
you had been livingfor violators in the future, as warn- .,, v. :. "K "", 1
-- :
where -
home they
Reno with Marshalls Lottie and brought a fine program from : : ; '
in this session of the legislature. Gainesville will preach on 'The { :
I the last three months since ings have been issued about this : .
Williams and Elmer Shell In New Bethel Baptist Church which
Our reasons for wanting 'a sal- Cross and Jesus Christ" on Thurs- '> :' .
charge. All sisters of the swish included two selections from 1 they sold their farm home near tor several months. Cox postedthe ? "' :' ,'v VIC.kJTVdlihllw
ary increase are multiple but the day evening. Dr. R. E. Rutland foithat certain \
are asked to make complete reports Choir No. I, Sister Lottie Eng- basic two are: 1) increased cost District Superintendent of the Hampton. Both Mr. and Mrs. warnings it the postoffice, ; !feeling

e on Saturday to Ozora Shell lish, pianist; reading by Miss of living; 2)) increase in taxes. Gainesville District, will bring Bedenbaugh expressed their appreciation since most violations are parkingon ': ,?. ',..;.,.*: >.,<,: :.. *' ./f.. '.. .">., ,, \" *,'" ".. ,\'0',*':,'>.

If you have not sold the badges, Leverson Readings by Sisters We truly hope that you, our Brad- the message Friday "The Cross to friends for the the wrong side of the street in "',"" :", '':,%'O4,'&.::,:;"<...." <"''->-, ', ,'\,\. :,", '"t""'.:",,
."V .
shower and housewarming.Dtpfref'zt" that area, he said. 'i.1 ;. <(
permits or buttons please return Alma Jenkins and Sophia Royal. ford County representatives will and Us." This will be followedby .: % :w' '>
must be President Marion Dell wishes to Fire Drills The new street lights were approved 1ht: e .'
them a final report ,
do all that is within the frame- a Good Friday Communion to be in- Qa..;n> \.n &,.; Y. .
made to :Mr. Guy Andrews after thank all the members and friends work of to push this service. Discussed At PTA by the council, .'\\t ."V, your power the intersection of ;"; $\ :h}. lace
f stalled at .
the parade at the downtown for their contributions which to- bill through the 1957 Florida, Everyone invited to attend Discussion ran "hot and cold"at and Division Ave- ,,' *''''I.;;/:"" \L4k \'" ,
headquarters. We do not wantto taled $10. The sum of $93.50 was Legislature. these services. Hampton Elementary PTA Orange Street .t *,

have to face "Kangaroo Kourt" made on* the groceries contest; Respectfully submitted: Tuesday afternoon last week, nue by Hampton School; and ,;;: .,.,\

I for not making a good report. expenses of $7.50. The ,winner Bradford County Teachers Association with the main topics being the the intersection of Pineland Blvd. /': .\}, if Low back

Sports in Reno was Herbert Franklin. Hats off nate the burden of proof. All new school deepfreeze for the and Hampton Beach Rd. near the ... '
:. :; ,.
Baseball is here! "){oot" Chand- to Levy Lennonfor children born from January to Y intersection at the west city '
vice-president Home on Leave cafeteria and fire extinguishersand ........,. c
ler has organized the Starke Tig- this very fine project for the Sgt. Jessie :Mosley is home for December of 1951 are eligible to fire drills. limits. Work was started Mon- ,. ,'v ....

ers. They played their first game PTA. It was indeed the outstanding 30 after narrowly escap- register. We are anxious to know day on the installation.The ':.{t S SS. S
days Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, school
Sunday against the Santa Fe money-raising event for the I ing the storm in Dallas, Texas. how many pupils we must pre- that the deep council was requested by '.,; a
principal, reported
Devils of Alachua. They won ths year. The next meeting will be I According to a statement from pare for in the first grade next freeze had been purchased from I the Florida League of Municipalities '-. ::
to submit a road survey of
Please enroll them during
the Sgt. he was scheduled to arrive year. funds from the school store at
Hampton, listing mileage of paved
by plane the day the storm this week. a cost low enough that help ,. ,. ...,.
streets, unpaved streets, and an ., ; ':
hit Dallas but he changed his Chapter MeetingThe ,:, <
with PTA funds was not needed.It : u
I estimate of the cost of putting :
FIRST BAPTIST mind and came home. The mem- Delta Zeta : ;. ,
CHURCHSTARKE Sigma Chapterof has been placed in the store- streets in good condition. MarshalCox : : ,
bers of New Bethel Baptist were Zeta Phi Sorority met last room at the school. was delegated to make the ;< : a. t
happy to welcome him home Sun-
FLA. Min Friday night at the home of Fire extinguishers, centrally survey and send it to the Leagueof f :
day. He is the son of Sister
located in the hallway at the Municipalities.It ;
nie Ola Mosley, faithful member Maurice Jenkins White in Starke. ,
school, are checked and recharged was noted that the town mar- ,,: '
Pledge services were held for "
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor of the church. Perkins
periodically, Mrs. rfial's car is now more readily
Sister Ollie Mae Cummings has three who are interestedin
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town as her house guest during her becoming persons members the sorority stated. Although fire drills have she identified' by the addition of two t .
not been held-regularly, stars, one on each side, denoting a .
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 illness her sister and brotherinlaw worm jones, worm m. pointed out that each teacher sheriffs deputy.
and Mrs. John Carter.
Mr. Johnson .and w. Johnson. A car- instructed in which doorsto
and officers
was All councilmen city
Sister Cummings will enter Brad- load of members from .
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Hospital for surgeryon journeyed use, etc. in case of fire. She were present for the meeting with
ford County Gainesville for this
important out the fact that
also brought of Councilman D. H.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. or by April 15. according toa meeting. The next meeting will is one-story build- the exception
the school a Crawford.
statement from.her be held at the home of Ozora
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Scouts News ing, with doors located so that Preliminary work was done Monday
Boy Scouts /Troop 71, Shell. These lowly earthwormswill each class may reach the out- for a new street in .Hampton, mz r

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH, at The Boy of Scout- remain members of the side quickly.i A fire drill was held and arrangements were for it to f
the '
under Archonian Club- -- until----- they have at the school on the day follow- The a
be graded on Wednesday. xM
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1 3. and 5 master B. T. Marshall, are doing up (
Sunday. I fine work in religious, civic and proven that they are worthy to ing the PTA meeting, with all street, unnamed as yet, runs from

T, affairs. They recently; become members of our sorority' students and teachers outsidein Navarre St. to Pine St., border-

social bank account with $44 and cross the burning sand.. one and a half minutes. ing, on the west, G. W. li'adsworth's -
opened a Church 1
t News Members of the "group .voted and Claude May's -
in the treasury. They are of being The Forward :Men's Club of to help with travelling expenses ; on the east, Mrs. Jessie Chas-

miTai11ii'; ; Baptist ;i" taught and banking.the importance On last week money they ?Mt. Pisgah A.M.E, Church, South for John Farkas county spellingbee tain's, Luther Wadsworth'a, Robert -
Starke, will close their to Jack- '
educational tour to rally on winner, for his trip Cox's and D. W. Swindell's g5'S ,5. .
went on an
April 14. Services for the day sonville April 13 for the state properties.Mrs. IWf
the Brooklyn '
Jacksonville to see "
(Presently will start Sunday School at 9:30a. : contest. Mrs" Perkins; Mrs. JanieH. Floyd Sullivan
Washington and Grand Sts.) Dodgers play the Milwaukee .
m. Supt. Annie and 7th grade teacher -
Thompkinsdrove Wright in Noe, 6th Attends Health Clinic

Good Singing Forceful PreachingSunday Braves.the Principal bus which carried the charge. At 11 a. m. service will ; and Miss Betty Farkas, John's Mrs. Floyd Sullivan, health co

Willie Clark, Eloise be rendered by St. John Baptist sister, will accompany hire\ on crdinator for Hampton Elementary ,
following: vwa
Williams, Levi Church choir of Orange Park, the trip.It I School, participated in the Tri-

School --_____________________ 9:45 A.M. Cohen, Christine Hunter Charlie music under the direction of Mrs. was also voted purchase County Clinic on School Health at = t.. > Ai seen in S J' AT 'E
Morning Worship -----------------_____11:00AM. Dexter Alexander, Edward, Robert Ellerson, B. Wilhelmena Watson. The ser- jump ropes for the lower grades Starke USO building on Thursday Mwr-MA t ( tht best reason in the world for
mon will be delivered by Rev. from PTA funds. Eleven members The Thursday meeting was an j

Training Union ---_______...____________ 6:45 P.M. T. Marshall Jr., Levy Matthew Williams Mc-, UlyssesClark. At 7:30 p. m. the were present for the meet- orientation clinic for health coordinators party-going the magnificent .

Evening Worship ---_________________ 8:00 P.M. Jonathan Mosley.Cohen, Milton Eller- Gateway Gospel singers of Jack- ing, with Mrs. Merle Packham, of the various schools midriff (its Venice lace and

Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. Neil, Kyler White, Carl Frazier, sonville will render a musical vice-president presiding in the !iii Bradford, Clay and Union' coun- rhinestones) set off by back .

son, Sammy Jenkins Jimmie.Jenkins program at the church. The gen- l absence of the president Mrs. .,ties.Mrs. streamers, volumes of skirt. Vicky Vaughn does it inCohama's
Come And Bring The Children Room For All C. L. Brown, W. N. SuggsJr. eral attend public this is cordially invitedto Frank Williams.The Barbara Hill served as Clamasheen, silken blend of washable combed
White. gospel song feast. next meeting on Tuesday substitute teacher' for Mrs. Sul-
A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU! .. W.Committeemen A. Kelly, M. will hold Rev. E. L. Walker, pastor; Sister afternoon May 7. at 3:15 p. m. livan's second and third grade cotton and Dacron,little or no ironing. Silver grey, mauve

REV. I. E. ENLOW. PastorP. I The next meeting at the home of I'I'I Thelma Clark, reporter. in the school auditorium, will I,classroom while the latter attend- powder blue, or petal pink. Sizes 5 to 15.

T. Nolin, Supt. Sunday School I B. T. Marshall Sr. on Monday,

..... .. April 15. Chairman Shell is Young ask-, $14.95
I I #II ing Brothers Kelly. Bass

Graham attend not and later Thompkins than 7:30 to please p. m. i ut t best dressed look TONI TOni ]
The meeting will last one hour I fKMittyb .. -
Hear These p3' ,n ;fsn : :y..Re ..
Sermons By Pastor Marvin Faile Charles Covington, reporter. r"Y;

Called Meeting _
11 a.m. "Sins Against The Holy Spirit" President Pauline Marshall of ? a, 1Z i9 ,

the American Legion Auxiliaryis Costume

8 p.m. "Why Some Church Members asking all members to be pres- 1.- ws'jx

ent at RJE on Thursday night :. S.s ,

Won't Get To Heaven" April 18, at 7:30 p. m. for an x, < Sqnpfi

important meeting. It is neces-

sary to elect delegates for the :bias

First Baptist Church HamptonSunday Department will convene in Convention Fort Lauderdale which, r

May 1619. A group will sell

barbecue chicken on Saturday : a.I t
School 10 A. M. B. T. U. 7 P. M. ,
in Reno and ice cream for the i iI I l&14E :z myr.

"Hour Of Power" Service Wed. 8 P. M. I auxiliary. All recently elected NI : E rt
officers are asked to be present

Listen to "CRUSADE FOR CHRIST" I at this meeting so that you maybe 3'r ",qr
I given instructions about the

WRUF Saturday :Mornings 6:30-6:45 installation on the first Sunday

I in May.Mrs.. Corean McNeil a I ?
reporter. i. i: I i
__Thiirston School News _
Principal S. C. Price wishesto

thank all the patrons and

SPECIAL EVENING SERVICES friends that cooperated in the

recent Red Cross Drive. Through

DURING HOLY WEEK your help and donations and the _

barbecue and weiner roast we
were able to" report $35. Our _. t, .
CHURCH I school closing activities will be- super-

gin on April .16 when we will market merchandising. The basic idea is to make "

present two plays for your enter- a large variety of goods available in a single place, '
Wednesday April 17 8 tainment. You -\\ill miss a treatif ;
p.m. you do not attend on Tuesday in recognition of the fact that many people value ; .

"The Meaning of the Cross to God" night of next week. Other activi- a saving in time. America's banks have long recognized : ... _

Rev. Thaxton SpringfieldMinister ties will column be announced and the churches.throughthis '- ..'- that fact. Before the retail supermarket was .' "'.,_

University Methodist Church I Commencement be held at :. born, they were offering a wide range of bankingfacilities .'. :. I yg r

and Wesley Foundation, Gainesville ML Pisgah A.M.E. Church and "under one roof;; and today they continue ;r I. fi.y /
I Class Night also. The first and

I I second grade play is being prac- t to serve as "supermarkets of financial service .-li'l....

I ticed by Miss Dorothy Jackson, ," enabling their neighbors to attend to every- :. f r' ,S n
Thursday April 18 8
p.m. teacher. Music assistance is be- day money matters with true convenience.

ing given by the supervisor in ., ,
p '
"The Cross yf 'G
And Jesus r
Christ" the absence of our music specialist. I
Rev. E. M. ZimmermanPastor Regular PTA meeting will be '
held on Monday, April 22. Rev.E. FIND OUT THE MANY WAYS WE CAN SERVE YOU.,

Wesley Community Methodist Church, 1... Walker, president; S. C. Y 1J 1 '-

Gainesville Price, principal; D. B. Jackson, S

reporter. : Seen fn i CHARM and headed for
Shut InSister ...
Good Friday, April 19, 8 p.m. Truely C. Allen memberof wherever there's summer-Toni

I Antioch Baptist Church is n. Todd's double date with the sun. The

"The Cross And Us" confined to bed at her home 11&1Jp dress is tucked and embroidered
92S Florida Street. :Members andfriends
\ above impressed pleats. The
Dr. R. E. Rutland are invited to visit her -
; demi-jacket the bodice
repeats detail. Both
and send cards / Springmaid'sDazzles
of cheer. Rev.
District Superintendent, Gainesville District tiwFEDEW.:: ... '
t George Lee Pastor, reported by -- / lustrous, wrinkle-resistant broadcloth that

COMMUNION SERVICE D. C. Williams.1st CORPORATION' :: N._ IJ&.Jw i j.tt washes easily, takes little or no ironing. Navy, sky blue,
Grade PreRegistrationAll \ __ 1AT \
NA L -"it buttercup, lilac or shell pink. Sizes 10 to 18. -
children born in 1951 can -

be registered by their parents ._ == STAR I .95BOBBINS'
SPECIAL from April 30 to :May 3 in room : .
1 at RJE. Principal Eddie Thomp- -

EVERYONE kins indicated that you must ,
bring a birth certificate along DEPT. STORE

when you register your child

for next year and that will elimi- "' "THE STORE OF VALUES"

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. Plenty To Fot. ., Good Music .' Awards. I Service Cuts C. of C Members I working two organizations relations between. the

Hold Session Attending the meeting were

Chamber: president Guy Andrews,
By Post Office
With Jax Group Mrs. Marian Howe, manager-

secretary Carl Johns, J. E.

Wall J. R. Bullington and H. E. _
Slated I
Saturday Several members of the Starke
Chamber 'of Commerce were

guests of the Jicksonviule'areahamber Mutual problems were dis-

'StI t ,,I,. ,::1 11? 'S Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr, C of Commerce last Friday caused by the two groups anda

4 FI S f7 I said this week that the Starke as a'part of the programto tour of the Jacksonville facilities _

S. Post Office as well as offices build up closer personal and made by the Starke group.

1c '.-: S. all over the country will be affected ..

S by service curtailments y

..o.oo-_ ordered by the' Post Office Dept. I Thais Our Business

.. ; to take effect this weekend un- .
I S...S. S less Congress appropriates more If It's Glass We Have It!
:,< S .1
\ 0 -r money. < CALL WRITE or VISIT

(I4 ... S the Provisions local service which'Include will: affect I Joe Peters Glass Co.

1.) Effective Saturday, April

13. the post offices will be FOR ANY GLASS NEED
II As FFA Chapters: ; Entertain;At Annual Banquet the public on all Saturdaysand We Design Modern Store Fronts

Sundays. Just Mail Us A Pattern for

The SUike and Bradford Chap- Container Corp. between Graham "This Is Your Life" Mr. Smith I was given a mailtox and stand enjoyed by honor guests (l-r) 2.) Effective Saturday, all Table Tops

ters of the Future Farmers of and Brook r. discussed some of the guidepostsfor constructed by the FF A'ers. Foster Shi Smith Beecher W. city, village, and rural delivery 1313 N.W. 4th PL
Gainesville Fla. Phone FR.
America last Thursday night Receiving honorary member- a successful life and the Other highlights of the pro- Payne, Circuit Judge George L. service will be discontinued on 2-4353

treated parents, members and ships for the support they have opportunities i that are presentedin gram included music by the new- Patten and County Judge T. A. Saturdays, except special delivery

guests with barbecued chicken given the Future Farmer boys the field of agriculture. ly formed string band, introduc- Yawn. In center singer Jimmie messenger service.

and all the trimmings and a were forester Don Champion J. "I dare you young men to be tion of guests by advisor P. C. Clark entertains the guests accompanied 3.) No third class mail, except -

program featuring FFA activities L. Orr, Eldon Sapp J. C. Sapp. what you are with all you Hutchins, welcoming address by by>other members of certain medical items will Sell It Rent It Trade

and awards and an inspira- high school principal Beecher W. have," Smith said. Wilbur Barry and a report on the string band, Johnnie McGee, be accepted. This provision goes

tional address at their annual Payne and Raleigh Brannen. For their help in preparingfor FFA accomplishments. by Edwin James Tyler and James Cowart into effect April 29.

banquet. Foster Shi Smith farmer cat- the banquet, awards were Mosley.In 4.) Window service 'at post

Approximately 250 people at- tleman and former educator delivered presented to Mrs. Tyler Jones the left photo, the plentiful At right FFA adviser JosephG. offices, except fourth class offices -

tended the affair held on the the principal address of and Albert Sparks. Sparks, at portions of good food that Wood (right) presents Sparks will ,be limited to 8 1-2 %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Grounds of the headquarters of the evening. Using the theme, whose home the affair was held, was served to the guests are with a mail box and FFA stand.. hours per day beginning Monday,
April 15.

Youths ArrestedIn I Boatwright Infant Officers Nominated Brothers Held Mrs. Myra KiteS 5.) The issuance of money Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

orders will be suspended at all
offices of the first and second
Of Taken By DeathMelba Mrs. Myra Strickland Kite 84,
Holdup class effective April 29. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e
Starke Elementary PTA For Circuit CourtIn widow of the late David Kite died .
Service Station Yvonne Boatwright, 10- meeting was held Tuesday eve- in a local hospital Monday morn DISCOUNT OF lit PER CENT O.f TWO OR MORR fKRTin _

months-old daughter of Mr. and ning in the school cafetoriumwith ing following a brief illness.

Mrs. Warren L. Boatwright of Mrs. A. N. Holliday, president I Break-In CasesThe Mrs. Kite had been a resident of FRIGIDAIRETHE WE BUT AND SELJ. USED FUR- FOR RENT-New unfurnished garage .
Two youths were arrested Friday Lawtey died in a Starke hospital presiding. Rev. Donald Ko- Starke for 80 years, coming hereIn NITURE. Elrod Furniture Co.. apartment, two bedrooms.
Phone U. Mem Size
armed of modern
with the home. Couple desired
and charged Friday morning following a brief komoor gave the devotional.The a covered wagcai from North I Phone 134-J. tfchg-
robbery She born in Starke nominating committee Carolina. A native of North
illness. was
301. At room
a prelimi-
north U.S. slate of
presented the following Carolina her
on June U, 1956. parents were the All Makes All Model nished apartment, private batk.
nary hearing Saturday. County 1 officers for the next year: Presi- brothers charged with late John and Salina Williamson; Reasoaable Charge raraateed Apply :383 N. Cherry St. Phone
Survivors include her parentsand into three CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD 425-J.
breaking homes in
Judge T. A. Yawn certified their: dent, Mrs. A. N. Holliday; Vice- GUlyard. RANGES 703 W. Call St. Sttrke Ph. :31 4tp 4/12
grandparents, all of Lawtey. Lawtey, are to be considered _
cases over to the Circuit Court, President Mrs. Hatcher as I SAVE $500
Harry Surviving are two daughters, WATER HEATERS on two bedroom house<<
Funeral services were held Sun- though they were cases against NEED TIRESt on SO x 360 ft. lot. located
setting bond at $2500 each. Jr. Mrs. H. A. Bishop Mrs. at 1017
; Secretary Ruby Goodman and ride.
Mrs. Get them
CONDITIONERS now pay you W.
I I Madison. Reduced
day afternoon at the graveside in adults, Juvenile Judgo T A. to $1,501.
The boys are William Paul Jr.; Treasurer, Freeman Register Maggie Andres, both of Starke Ask for our easy budget terms. M. A. Payne, 1124 Moseley Ate..
South Prong Cemetery near San- ,Yawn ruled Tuesday as he bound ; WASHERS & DRYERS Lacy Conway Sales and Service. Palatka,
and Lunie phone 52775.
Reams, 19, of Starke. Jr. These officprs will be installed a son, Newt Strickland of Tampa; Union Pus. Station Starke, Fla. 3tp 4/12
derson with the Rev. Al of the !
Lynn cases over to the Circuit
Ramsey, 17, of Tennessee. ] tfchg
at the May meeting.Mrs. 11 grandchildren, 26 great grand I
refused to make Jacksonville officiating. Court Get The Best For Less FOR SALE
Though they W. B. Sewell's room won children, and 15 great great grand WANTED Any information er material I
any statements at the hearing, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home the room count prize for having Judge Yawn set bond for the children. S (particularly secretary'snotes :0 A. Jest at the edge .f <.w..
Sheriff P. D. Reddish said they was in charge of arrangements. boys, Ander Coleman, 16 and Funeral AtSmith's ) about the Mother's Club with aery alee 3 B. R. ..11I... Ha.
at the services were held in
the most parents present (now the Starke Woman's Club) :50 Rood bearing prcaa tree, aew
had previously admitted the meeting. Checks for $5 were Raymond, 15, at $2500 each. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Wed from ISl! to 1932. Please con- rhlrke house, bam and about 14

crime.J. Future Farmers i presented to Harriet Goodman Two hearings were. eld duringthe nesday at 10:30 a.m. with J. T. Garagei! tact Adkins Mrs. St.K.. or L. phene Matthews'32, Starke.2t 505 E.. for acres rettremeat la raltUatlaa.or Just a ThU h.ne I*where Ideal

H. Harrell the attendant heldun Present PrncrrjirnAl Vickie Devrick and Mark Jack-. past week in which the boys Quigley officiating. 3/22 you eaa do that afternoon farnlaC'

last Wednesday_ nieht.. said ... admitted $12.000.00 oa term.
-. --- ---- ------ -0- son for being winners in the breaking into the Law- Burial followed in the family WHEN IN NEED OF 'S

that Ramsey, with a handkerchief Rotary Club spelling match held recently. tey homes of Mr. and Mrs. plot in Santa Fe Cemetery. Active Sales and Service Get your money'* north here. A
over his face, demandedhis Shuford We Service All LANDSCAPINGFILL lovely elder home la g_d r.mmm-
Gifts were presented to the past George Mrs. Joyce pallbearers were grandsons of Mr.-1. Makes of ItT acer Starke. cheat 3 .Uek*
mcney at the point of a gun Members of the Starke and presidents by Mrs. Kate Shep- Futch and Miss Bessie Terry. Kite. Electrical Appliances DIRTor from pout office I acre la "..lth'a.tlo. -

while Reams waited outside. Bradford Chapters Future Farmers chairman. They also revealed that: Ander 606 N. with o1'.rW' farce bearlacpeeaa
pard, program Temple Ave. .
arre 2 bed
: room IS x IS,
Harrell began scuffling with of America, had charge of Mrs. Sheppard presented on was. released in December from Motor Court Group PHONE 120 DISKINGW. dialog room 9 x 12. kltehea 8 x 14.
and the struggle lltlnc R. J: x I; IS. Large freat aad
Ramey during the the Florida Industrial School in
the Club
program at Rotary L. THIGPEN JR.Rt.2Bx245DAlton
the program Burge Searing Hears Official Of bark porch, complete bath, utility
discovered that the gun was a their Marianna after serving 1,0 monthsfor I houe
Wednesday, accompanied by Mara Payne and Mike Sheppardwho Bd.PHQNE good gaqage, all this f.r
cap pistol. After taking the Advisers, Paul Hutchins and Joe entertained the group with similar offenses in Poik 301 Association \ 297-J only $ ,Zoo. Oa term

$37, from his shirt County. said they came to
money Woods. They WANTED AT O'F-iO or mereaerea
several vocal'and piano solos. IF YOU Starke Fla.
pocket the pair fled on foot Lawtey last week to avoid answering SUFFER nose ta Starke. Meat be
Rudolph Sapp, president of the Dr. A. Y. Covington gave a talk C. A. Gray of Olar S. C., montly rleared er la raltlTatUa.
over the rear fence of the service ,i Bradford Chapter, gave a force- on school health and the Health charges of breaking in- Highway Promotion and Membership 3% PAID OV SAVTNr.S KEYSTONE house lot merei.ary. Thl'* t.t a
station. to a home in Polk County. Theboys' STATE BANK KEYSTONE rash prepoiitlea.
conservation of Director of the PAIN
ful talk on the Clinic which started in the USOon U. S.
They were captured Friday in natural resources. John Allen Wednesday. home is in Lakeland. 301 National Highway Assn., FDIC. Office apace for real. Over :,891

a downtown store after Harrell Shadd discussed the, FFA Steer Ander also faces possible fed-, met with the Bradford County aq ft. la Tall the St.heart If of cot Starke e erlooklaK -
WANTED 500 new Bottled Gas *atlfartrya
be in the store
happened to Show and Sale to be held in eral prosecution on a charge of Motor Court Assn. at noon Tues Of//EADACIIE Customers. Low installation cost. I. anaer will remodel t. actSqeailfi.d

_ and recognized tipped off the Gainesville on April 12 and invited breaking into a post office sub- day in the Garden Restaurant NEURALGIA i NEURiTiS Prompt Furniture Service.Co. Harry C. Elrod tfchg tea..t.rla .

sheriff. all Rotarians to attend. station in Lakeland. He told speaking to the group on objectives jour property lixtlaM te ...

2 1 INCH TELEVISION consoles. Sit I have barer waltlagr to bay ..11kda
that he
Judge Yawn Tuesday of the Asso iation for
After the talks, the FFA FA5f/J down at Dahmer's. tfchfREAL of property laeludlag aei.
String Band played several mu took 10 pens and about $10.60 the coming year. axe, farm, beaten, reach., .o5e1a,
\V. C. T. U. lake frontage and highway treat-
sical numbers which were well from the office. Mr. Gray explained that the ESTATEWant

JESUS WAS CONCERNED received by the Rotarians. "In view of the previous records purpose of the Association is to a nice \ltt\r pU'e where age.WALL _
advertise and travel with you ran upend a quirt hoar jo..tkaoeklBK REALTY'REGISTERED
OVER ONE LOST SHEEP.: TO- no purpose would be served promote around and doIng a little
hAY TIIOL'S.l'DSRE BEING MAYOR'S COURT by trying to supervise or re 301. Promotion work consists The way thousands of f Inning Well ". hate It o a a BROKER
The Bradford County Hospital L largely of advertising -I physician and dentists recommend Kood lake for ':,'W8.00.Or .
LOST TO II I S CHURCH habilitate" the brothers, Judge newspaper Box 466 Phone 487-J
THROUGH ALCOHOL Mayor W. T. Jackson announced announces the following 'births: Yawn said. "It has'been tried before and strip maps that show HHf'S WHY..Anaein is likt a doctor's thin, a modern, new :3 bed ro.iuCB 337 N. Walnut Starke

IS THAT NOTHING TO 1'OU''IlIn ? this week that Mayor's Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. and failed." 301 and other Highways on the prescription. That is, Anaein contains not honne with paneling laiilde.Lake .'
Court will be held at 9 a.m. of Starke just on* but a combination of medically Geneva In the KeyatoneHeight FOR RENT-3 room nicely furnished
Thompson well and mile-
East Coast the -
a son, Ricky as .
: RIBBON NEWS) nertlAB for jn t SIX70O.OO
(\\ Judge Yawn said that the juvenile proved active ingredients. No other prod apartment. Air conditioned
Mnndav.. .instead of 4 D.m.. Eldon, Apr. 4. between towns. About three with term*. This I. the buy of the
-------- age TV and electric kitchen. Middle-
court was not designedto gives faster longer-lasting relief from ..ar.I .
Mr. and Mrs. Harold quarters of a million are of headache age adults preferred. Mrs. Clark
Edmond from maps po provide immunity prose- Rt. 1, Box 44, FPessent Rd. tfchg
Rhoden cf Hampton a daughter, cution for youngsters, but gave printed and distributed each than Anacin Tablets. Buy Anaeintodayl |I Perhapn a 30 acre farm with modern :
home for $6.500.00. A 40 farm
Evelyn Darlene, Apr. 5. year, the speaker said. FOR SALE-Near Starke two newly
liberal discretion to the judges with good house and modern ronenieBre -
'- LOWEST PRICES! painted cabins bath, electricity,
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Nortonof L in the hope that under proper Mr. Gray announced that hwould ". 33 arrea and home on gas. deep well Jet pump. Quick
U.S. 301 North of Stark
and ether
Lawtey. a son, Alan Robert,, return to Starke on April( sale. Will Include garden tools
supervision they could become re; bargain that you henld nee.Lilting and furniture. Andrew
Apr. 5. 26 to contact local business people 12 TABLETS 50 TABLETS 1. Box Tyler, Rt.
habilitated. 116B. Starke. 3tp 4/12
Mr. and Mm Freeman Starling who are interested in the As- 23'1 Solicited.Hear

of Lawtey a daughter, Rosa Martelle. Judge Yawn asked the boysif sociation's program.Windows. TINS OF BTLS. OF |98, I "Bulletin Board of the Air" FOR RENT-Three bedroom house.
details managed and economically 30 Conveniently located. 456 W Madi
I ot are Apr. 8. they thought it was fun to TABLETS 100 TABLETS; earhweek ftr 7:30 A. M. oerHUGH. son. Phone 47S-W.
I attended that only a trained and steal to which Dial 149O. Call SOlI aanouaeejour tfrhgrFOR
:Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson ofStarke Raymond replied
meeting I
etr thin
careful organization can attend when a son, Apr.. 8. that it "is fun in a way." Ander Koch( StorePhone :No obligation.FLORIDA a publleHerire. so"!SLE Electric- Range Slightly like Used new R.C.A only

the urgent 1'Af>f} for serving is at Mr. and Mr Riley Vernon said he stole because he "didn't Drug REALTY CO. T.V.1129.95 at Shepherds Radio and

hand. Crosby of Starke, a daughter,, like home." I I tfchir
10. I 53 Starke (Guy AndrewsV.. B. SewellA. FOR SALE
Apr. In a signed statement obtainedby Fla Completely furnished
-I J. Thomas) 2-bedroom house on Ifikevfew
Sheriff P. D. Reddish and in Driv=!, Keystone Heights. Large
statements to the 0. Telephone 3S.1: lot access to Highway 21, one _
DeWJTT C. JONES judge. the 335 Truiple ,,'... StarLe. .'lli. hl/irk south of city line. Private _
boys admitted breaking into the WRGRSTARKE pale of modern & antique furni
Phone Starke, Fla. COME TO THE Lawtey hcmes. They said they FOR SALE Used 21" T.V. only: ture linens, dit-hen (some Im
JT9.93 at Shepherd's Itjadto: and ports), motion picture outfit
Funeral Director Ambulance Service FRIENDLYSTOP were looking for a gun when FLORIDA' T.V. tfchg many other Items of value. _
F. P. Egan,
Keystone Helghtllfl'h
they made the entrys. 1490 KG PHONE 500

Our local funeral bom a&Wea u to offer conrenlencM and They took a pistol, watch Women: IIS WANTED Grad, 18-35: ).u.. age, 4fU
about $7 and "AT YOUR REQUEST' _. single, for expense paid trainingand FOR SALE 11 New Hampshire
services not and ION. TIIRU SAT. WITH JAN placement in medical, clerical. Red laying hens. Good layer, _
DANCING ornaments from the Shuford ergineering communications, finance Frank Kuhn Rt. 1, Box 269,
-MIII'" rj-j--5r5l-5-J-J- gSSSg-St-SlJ-rJJ fJJJd home. They entered the three to get in by ANDREE 4 TO 6 P. M. public relations! intelligence, Starke. 2tp 4/13:
Every Night food service, administration, machine -
W. tunutt the hljheit type service at lowert prices and homes on Wednesday morning, Monday Through Friday accounting and transportation FOR RENT Five room furnished _

accept ANY life insurance policy in force limed by ANT Round and Square then went down to a drainage Burglars for reasons best 6:00: Sign On and News fields.advancement Opportunities and travel.guaranteed Write P. cottage Lake. S30, gas,per electricity.mo. year Access round.to ___ _

company u payment in part or In full on a funeral.Oounltotlon ._ canal where they played with known to themselves, 6:05 Songs of the Gospel O. Box 4670, Jacksonville Fla. Stars & Stripes, KIngsley Lake, _
hon! <' 2781.
DANCINGFriday the pistol, then came to Starke 4tp 4726 Ifn.
carries: no eb1fp.t1aA. often prefer windows to 6:30 Clockwatcher -

I and went to movie.. get in by. i-r*.,.=. 7:00 News of the World FOR SALE Far-mall Tractor with I I FOR RENT To responsible party

Night Music By They were taken Into custody So it could happen that 7:15 Hymn for the Day equipment. H. T. Dennett, 2tp Lawtey.4/12 nearly unfurnished.new three 511 N.bedroom Water house St.

Dixie Rhythm Boys while loitering around after get: your furs jewelry and 7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air I Key at Chamber. of Commerce.
out WANTED 3t'hll' 4/U
ting of the movie. The boys' 7:30 Weather' Service Station Atten
other precious belongings'might Around the Nation dants age 21 to 45. Experiencenot
father was present at the Bookkeeping
hear Service,
S 7:35 No Matter
I necessary. Group Insurance,
Saturday Night disappear by How Small
Write Maryan ,
I ing Tuesday. Savings Plan. Vacation with Dingle
News and P. O. JInx 4T7.
Music By Midnite Ramblers same route "right out Sports Apply in own handwriting P. O. Starke. Fla. tfchg
8:05: Clockwatcher Box .O5. Starke, Fla. 2tchg 4/12
Adm. the window. Tomato Plants For Pale.' Ktrono'; ,
$1.50 Couple Youth 9:00 9:05
Charged News FOR RENT Garage. jtp 4/13
Don't risk such a loss. Let -Five room furnishedapartment.
9:05: 9:25 Howdy Friends I Will accept small
-7 us make sure you're adequately baby. 626 N. Church St. Phone
9:25: Voices of the FOR-
I Aiding 175-W. '. 18 cu. ft. Frigl-
NOW. Apply 518 Church
protected 9:30 { St. daire Freezer. Uke
100 CUSTOMERSIN Howdy Friend fr'h only $300.00. Smiths Oarage.new. .For
9:45 Radio '
Girl In Chapel S FOR SALE-Four Itchg!
room house, hen
TruancyAn 10:00 Kitchen Club house garden space out of City
COLONIALFLORIST H C. Wall AgencyPhone 11:00 News limits on Rd. lOO 11.750. ('a.h. WANTED Stenographer Must
(]eo. W. Cheshier 5J3 W. Pratt take, dktatlon. make book entries.
STARKE 18-year-old boy Tuesday was 11:05 Let's Go Calling St. Itp Five day week. $45 per week to

,. charged with contributing to the 11:30 Farm Roundup start. Write P O. Box JX3.
delinquency of a minor by enticing 12:00 Luncheon in Dixie 2-bedroom unfurnished -- trcbg

and assisting a 16-year- 200 E. Call Street 12:15 Noon, News S house, 1 mile northof COSTUMES for all occasions. Grif

I I old girl to become a truant. 12:30 Talk of the Town Lawtey. Stove furnished. fin Costume Shop, II%2 Main St.
Starke. Fla. Inquire Green's Gulf Station. Elgin 4.4888, Jacksonville.
PHONE 218 Bond for the :youth Robert 1:00 Songs of the SiestaS UChg 5/J
Ricks was set at $250 bond Repreiexting thtHirtford 2:00 News Phone 2672 Lawtey. 2tchg

BOTTLED GAS after he was arrested on an affidavit FireInsurance 2:05 Music for Motoring POT PLANTS FOR SALE-Mrs. FOR houseS RENT: Inquire-2-bedroom Martins furnished Fruit

(j) by Miss Florence Jennings Company .1 3:00: News L. L. Monner 215 Broad St. Shop, Temple Ave. Itchg

Bradford County youth 3:05 Radio Ranch -
counselor. Itp FOR- SALE-Used 17 Inch TV. Fully .
4:00: News reconditioned. only $49 35
7.50 PER BOTTLENo FLjOWERSFor 4:05 At Your Request FOR SALE-1! ft. used boat. Shep- Shepherd' Radio and TV! lichg
( h.rd'.. Radio' and T.V. Itch)?
All Occasions 6:00 The World Today FOR RENT-Unfurnished four
FOR RE T-.two bedroom
6:15 house large
Installation See Instrumentally Yours kitchen furnished. W. Weldon St. rooms hall and porch
Charge DISH GARDENS BILLY JACKSONFOR 6:45 Public Service Inquire 11,... Tommy Lewis Van vPtSrI..101-W. or inquire at 707
7.-00 News H. Priest Store or phone 451.W 2tp 4/19
after p,m.
of the Evening FOR RENT at
7:55 News FOR R Completely redecorated TIny' II Service. fl1 8. Walnut
CALL JOE SHAWLake POTTERY TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING 800 Sign Off house.three One bedroom former unfurnished tenant. Inquire JSayy at. Also payment Dew plan.mowers Pay for while Sale.

% Saturday 124 W. Call St.. phone ISO. you mow. Bur where yon aan
Flowers WiredAnywhere tfchg get service on what you buy.
And All Type Tractor Work Same schedule as above, except: tfchgA

Butler Bottled Gas Co. 1 to 6 pja. Road _Show. FOR SALE-New IS ft. Upright WATKfNS .
S Home Freezer, Reg. 44.95, now ROUTE IS OPEN for
PHONE. 161jA. Sunday only S279. 5, At Shepherd' Rad- Bradford County. Thi. is one of
Ph. HYATT 6-2731 Lake Butler, Fla. 7:30 Sign On. Religious io and TV. Hchg the best routes, 2.00 to 13.00
Nona St. Stark programs per hour easy to make to begin
W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER until 1 p.m. FOR SALE-Tolo Wonder Pepper with. Approving dealerships for
a U 1:00 to 6:00 The Sunday Show Plants. grown In Bradford "women The J. p as. Watkins well las for men. Write

6:00. U 8:00 See Ich dule' above. County. Marklee Starling. -Rt W. Peachtree St.. N.Compfeny.E. Atlanta(59
2, Box 52.BV Starke Fla. 2tp flU Georgia.
Up1 $/: