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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 19, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-EIGHT STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL lJ' 1951 UMBER 'ORTY-TJ tEE-

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Police Chief Ballot Gay Denies BeingCounty's --- Johns RepliesTo !




Out If Law Adopted Commission'sv'Tax

_ I I 'Sloppiest Slob'Enters

Wtr, -A I I Position
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1R5 Discusses Beginning. Suit ,
( Council Against Sen. Charley E. Johns this week
L BookThe acknowledged the County Com
New City Registration Kangaroo Kourt Judge mission's declaration that an ad-

1 ? t. ditional 2 mills in taxes would

election this fall may mark the last time that Starke have to be levied unless the Commission -

voters will elect a police chief as moves were started Thurs- Adolph Gay. local appliance dealer, claims he was held up I receives larger' share of

i9e day night by the City Council to make the chief an appointed to "public ridicule and scorn" by being called the "sloppiestslob" the race track funds, but did not

official. In the county at last Saturday's session of Kangaroo hange his position on the i..Sue.
instead of an elected fm ,,* u___:__..?!,. ..rtlla/3 Kourt. In reply to the Commission's
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for .a special bill to be passed.bythe Target of Gay's ire is "Judge" Archibald Thomas Jr., who assertion that responsibility for
ta.- ,mI Senior Class this the tax increase would be in the
BUS setting up
legislature to referendum. hurled the uncomplimentary adjectives at Gay during a hectic hands of the legislators, Johns
change subject a
session that brought hundreds of spectators to the outdoor said
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the ballot -
The issue will be on
For in the September election for "courtroom." "I was hoping the three boards

leaves Trip the voters to decide. If approved "Judge Thomas was grossly In error when he termed me could get together and work this

I the measure would be in effect in II the most unornamental male specimen in Bradford County," out and leave Doyle (Rep. DoyleE.
___________ Conner) and me out of it. I
the chief elected this declared. "And I intend to
Gay him
> the event prove wrong by producing
'' ""., To D. C; N. Y. City year should for some reason fail t evidence to the contrary." assure you if we have to make the
decision we will do the best
entire two Beginning very
Be Afraid to serve the years. did not
in 1959, if the legislation I Ii Gay say just what this evidence would be, but it we can and will let our consciencebe
class of Bradford is rumored that he is combing the highways and "
The Senior is adopted, the chief would be ap- j by-ways of the our guide.
'. High School boarded a train at i,pointed. county to find someone "uglier and sloppier" than he Is. If his The difference between Johns

Of Keystone Kops Starke yesterday afternoon I search is It will and the CommL',:;ion arose when
1 Councilman W. H. (Billy) Noegel successful be rough for Thomas, who will no

:(; (Thursday) to begin an Easter though oppor'ng the appoint- longer be Judge this Saturday, and might quite likely find the senator stated he plans to
trip to Washington and with draft legislation on the race fund
holiday
went
ment of the chief along himself on trial for his allegedly slanderous remarks:
: New York for which they have allocation according to proposals
Bishop Says Only .decide the mat-
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the voters
'" I letting Gay said that his bill of complaint Is now being preparedand worked out in
months. I a joint meeting of
been working many said that "too much
Business Men And ter. Noegel will be served on Thomas today. lIe would not reveal the the Commission, School Board and
i.. The trip will mark one of the politics" would be involved if the
t content of this legal document but predicted that "it will curl Hospital Board. This proposal
Officials Wanted high, points in the school life of chief is appointed.
..1 would leave the
Commission'sshare
i i n. .... Ar'hibald'shilken when he reads it.
.M. Lii
the 40 students and be the first Mrs. Ruby jonns repiiea as it is.
for the changeis Thomas refused to discuss the matter when Interviewed
Iii time that a class at BHS has one of the 'reasons by
undertaken a trip of this extent. to take the post out of politics. The Telegraph yesterday. "Perhaps I was in error In terming In a later meeting the Commission

)) i Four 'days of sight-seeing and Councilman :I. E. Clark, intro- Gay the sloppiest slob In the county," he admitted. "I should adopted a formula which
". the proposal, said that the would give them a larger share.
excitement are scheduled for the ducing have said he is the grisliest baboon in the State." lie said he Last week
chief rtiould be appointed by the they told the legislatorsthat
students, to be climaxed with attendance mayor and approved by the Coun- would welcome a speedy trial of the case, since he felt he wouldbe if their formula were not
at shows Sat-
Broadway
vindicated. "If Gay thinks he can produce someone uglier adopted in the legislation that

I I : urday night. They will in jattend New I I,cil.In another issue involving city I than he is, it proves that in addition to being ugly he is also they would be forced to levy the

\ Faster Sunday services elections the Council, ,instructed 'non mentis'. 2 mill increase.
compos
York churches and be on hand to I II I
view the Easter. parade on Fifth. City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr to "I urn perfectly willing to leave the decision! up to a jury "A. I indicated to Charles

I i Avenue. .I find out the legal steps necessaryto composed of the spectators who will attend this Saturday's Darby in my previous letter."
discard the present set of I Johns said in his reply, "I personally
to arrive sess&i of the Thomas said.
The class is slated court
and start a feel that
registration toookn I the schools need
in Washington early Friday complete new set. Mack Futch, local attorney, will preside as judge at thisSaturday's the money worse than the Boardof

morning. where the boys and Clark in proposing the move I court beginning at 7 p.m. Gay will be representedby County Commissioners, but Iwill

; 1 drls will visit the points of interest said that there is no way of clarifying Theron A. Yawn, and Thomas is expected to conduct his see Doyle just a!', soon as I

I mii'- including the White House, the voter lists according to I own defense, If any can 'and see what he thinks
Capitol. Ml. Vernon. Lincoln [ about it."
the present books. "I'd like to seethe I .

I Memorial. Jefferson Memorial. whole thing thrown out the "I feel that the County Commissioners -

Bureau of Ensraviner and ''Print back window and a, fresh start Higher Assessments Seen along with everybodyelse
: ing1! and the FBI buildinsr.. made" Clark declared. should tighten their belts and

Thev will leave Washington "According to the registration I it would not be necessary to put

early Saturday morning arriving law.V Clark said, "almost every I As Cure For School IllsA anymore' millage on the peopleof

?n New York about noon. After I election. held here could have been Bradford County because you

visiting such attractions as the contested and thrown out." and I both know they cannot
talk on what can be done to relieve the financial con-
< Ptatue of Liberty and the Em- It was suggested that voters Viand any more taxes on real
dition of the schools by Dr. R. L. Johns of the Universityof "
estate.
pire State Building the groun registering 'be given a card to .
KEYSTONE KOPS swung Into action will split up to attend three different verify ;that..their names are on Florida Wednesday night led into a sharp discussion on

first \ictim" was Speaker of the Hous theatre ,performances., the voter frolls".j It .a conflict< d above In 'the firm grip of Kop Harry The shows to be 'attended hv arose: !1 agreement reached"'by the participants in ttie form Retain

E. Johns, who sought to Intercede the students are "No Time fwSarseanis. lof two petitions.Surveyor Old

I locked up himself a few seconds later for ." "Damn Yankee," and Youth Given I The,first petition, called on the Fire EngineThe
I "U'l A ner." On Monday the tax.assessor to increase I
Centennial hat. Other Kops in photo are -Held the assessment 30-year-old American La-

1 and Billy Jackson. Comer Ferryman young people will be given time 30 InTruancy I rate to from 40 to 60 France fire truck being replacedsoon
- I to shop and see other attrac Days percent of true value. The measure by new'
a model will be
door of jail. (Lower photo) A. L. Crosby kept
tions. was -designed to give the as- by the city, the Council
for "less than Usible" mustache, balks Chaneronine the class will be CaseRobert Not Of agreed
: Guilty sessor the support of taxpayers Tuesday night as they discu.wd

:Mrs.!' T. C. Stalling. Mrs. H. O. in a program of raising assess- construction of an addition on
I pates, Mrs. Junius Smith. Mrs. Ricks, 18, last Friday II ments. the fire station made necessary by

Baseball R j. Kucera. Mrs. Marian Con- was sentenced to 30, days in the Drunk DrivingA The second petition gave back- an extra engine.
Mid-Florida
\ I TIll". Miss Delia Rosenberg and County jail for contributing to ing to "the principle" of the FEA Council Chairman T. C. (Cliff)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowen. Tfw the delinquency of a minor by
sponsored "Better Schools" bill Hazen Jr. appointed a committee
,'ass will arrive back in Starke taking a 16-year-old girl away sixman jury ...Tuesday in in preference to the school bill composed of Councilmen Joe Andrew -
; Is Slated April 28 Tuesday. from school during school hours. County Court found Harry A. An-' backed by Gov. Collins. :-, III I. E. Clark and W

Ricks pleaded guilty before thony, County surveyor, not guiltyof More than 70 taxpayers attending II. (Billy) Noegel to study the
the The team under the County Judge T. A. Yawn to a charge of driving while in,
guidanceof Home Building the meeting held in the Ele- possibility of extending the rear _
with the manager Sam Zack has been the charge which had been placed toxicated. mentary School Cafetorium sign- of the station to make room for

team working out for the past three NewSubdivision. by Miss Florence Jennings, Brad- Anthony, called to the witness ed both measures.Dr. an additional engine as well as
Slated For
Base- weeks and will open at the High ford County youth counselor. stand by defense attornney Lex Johns a co-author of the more space for the volunteers to

School Stadium on April 28 Ricks was accused of pickingthe Green, declared he was in por es- Minimum Foundation Program. hold meetings and storage space.

'vith either Live Oak or Gaines- _,Here girl up on several occasions sion of his normal faculties when reviewed the ills of Bradford
_ _ after she had arrived at school
arrested Patrolman James R.
by schools with the conclusion Guard To
within County DisplayReproduction
Construction will begin
I ville.So far 14 local men have and keeping her away all day. Gamble on the afternoon of March
that they result from a lack
the next few weeks on the first i
signed with the team. Besides 9. The arrest took place on SR Of
Up homes in Starke's newest subdivision of local funds brought on by low
\ Zack these include Lemuel Williams Safety Signals 100 about four or five miles southof assessment rates. 'Last
For Southgate. located near Supper'
\ Jack Hazen. Ovid Bennett the south city limits near the I Are Seen For Starke. proportion to the tax payIng -

Ray Goldwire. Randall Davis, intersection of Colley road and Gamble producing two. half- ability this county Is makIng A life size reproduction: of Da-

Edwin Johns. Bill Epps. Sidney SR 100.. Fatal CrossingAction pint partly filled liquor bottles, one of the lowest tax effortsin Vinci's famous painting of the
Here Jackson. G. J. McGriff Jr., Edgar which he said he found the "
1'j W. T. Jackson, developer of on .,the state, Johns stated. "Last Supper" will be displayedIn
ft kride. Wiley Coley and Jim the project gained approval for on erecting safety signals 'I'front seat of Anthony's car, t&.*. The index shows that Bradford Starke this Friday and Satur-
,
I Godwin. at the fatal railroad crossIng tied that Anthony weaved back
coming the plat and zoning of the sub- County property is assessed at a day under the sponsorship of Co.
SR 100 at the south Starke! and forth from the
shoulder the
of
on I
I were Tack manager of radio station division ,at the last City Council 20 per cent ratewhile the state C, National Guard. The displayis
the city limits has been promised,by road to the left hand side, cross-
by WRGR and a former pitcher meeting. The tract contains 78 average is about 40 percent, he mounted in a van-like trailer
the State Road Dept., City Clerk: ing the center line about a dozen
to invite
{ with the St. Augustine Saints, is lots about five of which have and will be exhibited in a down-
'I I Reynolds, Carl Johns said Tuesday night. times, during the mile and a half said.The
enthusiastic the town location.
over prospectsof
been turned over to the city to Johns told councilmen that this I he chased the defendant. problem has been caused
I engineers the team. "I expect to havea The display is made in plaster
I be developed into a playground. information had been given to by Bradford County not raisingthe
later this winning ball club." he said. At the time of arrest, Anthony'seyes cast with each life size figure
Jackson said.Roadways assessment rate in line with
him by Sen. Charley E. Johns who
step the were red and he staggered,
"We won't play to lose. patterned as closely as possibleto
have been laid out had brought the matter up with the state average he said.
Other teams of the MidFlorida Gamble roid., Jailer Dolph Red- the original and then sculp-
and easements drawn between the
I I engineers SRD engineer James Brewer. The dish supported Gamble's testimony,I At the beginning of his ad- '
Leapw are Gainesville. Live tured in cast stone. The figures
| lots so that electric
said that and sewer city clerk said that, Brewer told saying that he could smell liquoron dress Johns noted that of the
Oak and Raiford a prison team. utility lines can be placed in the the depicted are Jesus at the table
slated to Sen Johns that SRD will defInitely Anthony and that Anthonydid $740,000 in} the Bradford County
details of the schedule surrounded by his disciples as
the system I Though rear of the homes. The city has erect safety devices at the not talk normally. school budget this year only 15
have not been completed it is they eat together the Paschal -
by rlready begun plans for installing crossing the scene of several fatal Green attacked this testimonyas per cept is raised locally. "Someof
expected that Starke will plav meaL An Intricate lighting
1 I the electric lines. train-auto crashes. not being proved beyond a the north Florida counties
1 R league games six of these in system adds to the effectivenessof
the reasonable doubt. He contended
Starke. Besides slaving one league (Continued on Page 10) the exhibit.
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city begin that the surveying work caused

I ready operation for also game schedule a week about the two team contestsa will BHS Nine Trims Santa Fe By 9-7 'anyone Anthony's would yen have to be staggered red and that who) Shorts Make Kop'snort I

week with other teams. Zack
a fiscal had just gotten out of a car after
certi- for time. ________________________________________--- _
: said.Efforts In See-Saw Contest Score 3 In 7th driving a long _r-- l'' .
I project and to finance the team ; The state ,did not prove that ..

city or- are being' made thrcueh the 1p.1 the liquor belonged to Anthony or .

prospective of season peases. A goal oflS-tOO' that the bottles contained alcohol
- The Bradford High School base- the sixth inning Santa Fe
to be for uniforms and eouipment has Green said. I
ball team brought in three runs brought in another run to top
been set to launch the team Into Futch, told the jury after reviewing -'
in the ,se'enth.inning to nose Bradford 7-6.
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Council. the season.Purchasers the evidence that accord-
{ patch-' of the $10 season out a battling Santa Fe squad The Bradford High boys I ing to the evidence they had two
s 9-7 in a loosely played ball bounced back in the final ;
game
frame
to buy a tickets will be ,nermitted to take I choices to let Anthony i off be-
afternoon. though with Joe Harden batting
additional as mrny guests as they like to Tuesday cause of sympathy or to convict
ttu.ame.. Zack said. Anyone Curtis McGee on the mound' a double and Calvin Pace a him.A

the State wishing'!' to purchase these pa
to make can do so by contacting Zackor men and allowed six hits. The the bases with a sacrifice that charged with removing property I

- survey Bill Epps, team treasurer. Bradford High nine collected 11 turned out to be a single. under lien was dismissed on a .; :.' : _

up proper hits and each, team committedfive Harden was put out on a motion by Futch because of in- ",.. '. _1' i; i1
T. C.i errors. squeeze play 'at home but Pace sufficient evidence.Highways r; _
Youth For Christ '
) ) that this 1 and Williams advanced a base z '
Santa Fe started off with a ,It .
reduc Rally Slated For | ban< '. knocking: two doubles out 'nd were brought in on a> slnel I .Beautified -.i' \' _
road en- by Bill Alderman- Santa Fe was r"- : __
of with "
McGee's offerings. Along
? Park-Of-Palms put down in order to end the _
The Bradford
i a walk these mane them two County Highway jfr4 ,
take the game. Beautification under the : ; -- ,.:
for Christ banquetand program __
A Youth < r
: a build- runs.BHS Games last week' against P. sponsorship of Mrs. M. F. Hazen. .. V. : :
rally will ba held at the Park- forged ahead in the : ,; j ___
either re cf-the-Palms this Saturday night fourth with four runs on two K. Yonge and Ketterlinus were chairman, has put out 26 palm J." ';t:i:... 'f' -Iwr' _
the,owners. Tohn Gools- rained out and set for a later trees, 85 crepe myrtle and 43 ?: .. ; -
the sub- The banquet will be held in the singles. a double by > .'Y.)1t'C11
date. Starke was leading P. K. oleander bushes on the county ;:liiti' ; _
eight Palmetto room, at 6:30 p. ra.. by and a Santa Fe error.In
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by Yonge 7-0 In third inning highways during the past week.
Uje
( ) area de and the rally will be in the main the fifth Santa Fe lowered:
I Johnson when a halt was called to the "These shrubs purchased by TOO MODERN, say Keystone Kops Billy Noegel and Harry
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nuis auditorium at 8. Dr Torrey -
public the boom on the local boys hitting -
play. the county. were set out by coun-
who will be the speaker and Houston as they Issued a warning ticket last Saturday to Mrs.
inspector D. special'music will be provided. two singles and getting men Saturday the team will meet .ty employees under the supervision Harry Rabb for appearing on the street In Bermuda shorts during
with two walks and a of members of the, Starke
on base Fletcher in Jacksonville and on
L house had, All young people are Invited and pre-Centennlal activities. Swish Sister Virginia Smith (left) exI -
[ unsafe!may make reservations by calling hit batter. They brought in four Tuesday will go to Gainesville to Garden Club. pressed shocked disapproval of "modern dress."

}I Park-of-the-Palms. runs to tie up the contest In play f)..K. Yonge. I



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1 I young couple. They are making awarded to Mesdames Frances 1st president r -- -
vice
their home in Maxville. ; Mrs. C. B, .
Adams
J Elsie Cannon* Atrtrtiuwunt
: Eutha Nolan 2nd ,
vice president Mrs 1
I EST. 1679 Community ;

\\I PAPER FLO dDA'S PUBLISHED OLDEST WEEKLY'CONTINO"SLY NEWS On Friday Gathering night, April .26, a honoree Starling received and Hazel lots Wilkinson of nice gifts The, Mrs.J. W.Leslie Thomas,Sweat, secretary, treasurer.We ; and From where hn sitting Joe Marsh

UNDER_ THE SAME: MASTHEAD.PUBLISHED Mrs. (I. B. Nolan |community gathering will beheld I which were opened after the regret that Dewey McPherson -
at the Baldwin
School. There games were played and then re. Mrs. Oscar Harris
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABy and Mrs.
will be plenty of food, barbecue freshments were &'!rved. Enjoying .
EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERfD 'MaryVe1lhau n ill
AS SECOND are this
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER CLASS Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbot-l beef pork, chicken and plenty of this occasion with the hostesses week.
THE ACT OF MARCH I. 1ST. ham arid daughter spent the food to go .with it and afterwards and the honoree were Mesdames Youth RevivalA I II

weekend in entertainment for Ludurma Godwin Hazel Cabbage ,Palm HeartsI
everybody.
AA&&&&..&..&...&...&&..&..................&..&... Mr. and Mrs.Lawtey Nathan as the Starling.guestof .I Everybody in Maxville is invited Iris Wilkinnson, Toria Wilkinson Hig- Sunday one, night week, April revival 21,will at begin the I

After spending the weekend to attend. Jt is all free food ginbotham, Gladys Copeland Elsie Maxville remember cuttin' out
I Congregational cabbage
Holiness Someday I'll cut cf
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTfBy here with his brother-in-law and and entertainment, but the ladies Mae Canndn, Mable Harris, Sarah 11 Church.. The Evangelist will be palm hearts. Lots of folks today( trees just 'cause one I .enjoy my own that

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson are asked to donate cakes if theycare Rhinedress. Eutha Starling, Viola 11 Rev. Ray Harris. The public is don't even know about eating cabbage. I'd be put out if some-

Mrs. J Russell and son, Charles Ruby has >to. Mr. Wainwright, principal Godwin, Lealer Harris, Ida Brown, invited to,.attend.Home .- those hearts. It was a' lot of one passed a law that stopped,
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Young Phone Keystone 3421 returned to Seattle Wash. His of the Baldwin School said Ida Lee Griffis, E. B. Covey, Demonstration Club work but it sure was fine eatin.' me from cuttin' my own trees

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT y friends will be interested to learn this gathering is being held as a Jeanette Covey, Inez Erb,. Izora Mrs. Nellie D. Mills I hear they put a law againstcuttin' think that's a bit far fetched!
Duval
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy that he has re-enlisted in the U. get acquainted meeting and to Thomas, Mary'Banj, Florence Home Co. trees on public land tho. Well, from where I'm sittin it's'

Easter Services mother. A highlight ,of the variety S. Army.and will leave soon for create good will among the com- Parrish, Evelyn Griffis, Katie Mae with memebera Demonstration Agent, met I can see how they' did 'cause pretty close to' being the same
In Keystone ChurchesParkofthePalma fare was an appearance of* six months service in Korea. munities near Baldwin. Sculley Frances Adams, Dexter Home of the Maxville there sure was no fixin that as tellin' me, I can't enjoy a'''
Mrs. James I Demonstration Club Tues- tree up .again. lit those days, friendly glass of beer with
Willie Waters and McPherson my'
the Muhlhofer-s family JoAnne Godwin
will be the talking Mr. and ,
Mrs. Franklin Higgin- and Mrs. Bowen of day and gave a demonstration on we just'went into the woods and neighbors. I'm in favor of a
acene of the annual Easter Sun dog.In botham and family of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs.Lawtey were I Leslie Daisy Mae Padgett, Pennie Griffis, "Renovating and, Refinishing"furniture. cut a cabbage and sometimes law that helps people. But, I'm.

rise Service for the community, addition to a lot of fun, were supper. guests last Higginbotham Buford Nolan. Wilkinson and Rosalie Next month the dem they were too close to the road. a little slow to vote for a laws].,

beginning at sunrise approxi the program netted the EstralitaClub Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. Stork Shower Sunday. onstration will be on "Arranging I can see how we might have that's going to hinder many agd
mately 6 a. m. Dr. Torrey Johnson ,,over $400 to be used inI I Doss Higginbotham. I PTA Officers Elected Furniture for Beauty and Com- cleaned out all ouryoung trees help nobody! ,
of will the helping to Mrs. Waver Griffis and Mrs. The Maxville PTA met Wednesday fort. Alfb in a short time. There's one I"
Chicago bring complete the Masonic We are to lean I >> the club members will
sorry that thing about
message. He has been the speaker building. Big vote of thanks to : little Miss Sue Hauls, baby daughter home Gilbert of Brown Mrs. entertained Griffis at the April 10 for the purpose of visit the homes of some of the like. It stopped this cuttin'law that roadside I do 80e u\

at the Park for the week, and Bill Belote. of Mr. and Mis.' Winfred Harris Thursday approving new by-laws and elect members to see what improve trees, but it doesn't prohibit me
night April 11,with stork 11
the Sunrise service will be his To Honor New Members has been seriously ill with a shower ing officers for the 1957-58 term. ments' have been made in 'the from -cuttin' my own trees.

final message before leaving for New members will be recognized pneumonia.Miss honoring Mrs George Brown.Games Those'I' elected were Mrs., H. F.,[homes since the Demonstration

Europe for a series of speaking at the meeting of the Keystone Jewel Higginbotham spent were played and prizes Higdon, president; ,Mrs. J. D. Bell,I Club I was started. I COpTiGht.19J7 United States Brewers Poundage I

engagements. Rev. Malcolm Davis Heights Woman's Club on the weekend with Miss Lorraine ,.+

of the Keystone Baptist Tuesday, April 23. Mrs. Frank Jones in Baldwin. Lorraine rev

Church and Rev. J. Young of the Slaughter of Jacksonville will be turned home with Jewel Sunday

Community Church will take partin featured speaker at this lunch morning and spent the day.

the service.Community eon meeting, to start at 1 p. Maxville students attending the S> pt&&
Church m. She will use color slides to FFA Banquet at the Baldwin

Two services will be held on illustrate her talk on gardens. High School gym last Friady *JXV%

,Easter Sunday, at 9 a.m. and 11 j Student Speakers Here night were Jewel Higginbotham,, S SiiXS;

a. m. The Sacrament of Baptismwill Miss Adeladie Gonzalez of Patsy Smith and Ray Burnsed.
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be administered at 11, and Tampa, a junior in speech there I, Miss Annette Higginbotham of Uv

new members will be received. py at the U of F, and Ed Rich Jacksonville is spending several *<1 s 3
Special Meditation Service on ot; St. Petersburg, a sophomorein I days with Mr. and Mrs. Doss B s-

direction of Dr. James Pait, organist engineering, spoke at the Rotary Higginbotham and-- --n.-J.family KSH sW
We are sorry to learn that t tl- J? : 5 1
and choir director. meeting on April 5. They *
I reviewed what the University has M-Sgt. H. R. Kilgore, who was
St. Anne's! Episcopal
to offer, in its campus courses I i spending the weekend here with kS*
on
Meditation Service
Special aa well as'extension division. his family, was taken seriously
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Good Friday: 7:30 p. m. Cross ill last Saturday and is s-js
Funeral
Services new a
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and Flowers Service for children t-- ?
patient at the
&k Jacksonville Hos-
Ge.irge W. Hill
fol- died in a "
3
m.
on Saturday p. Palatka pital. We wish him a speedy re- k V*
hospital last Saturdayand
at
children
of
lowed by baptism I covery.

3:30 and Lenten workshop i funeral services were held Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson SS.-V5s;
Monday afternoon Mrs SaS&S
in the Brook-
awards at 4. Easter Sunday service Morris Bell and Colson Johns
represented -
lyn Baptist Church. He is sur-
9:30 a. m. Mount Zion lKi
Baptist %1
vived by his wife, Olive Hill and i **S
Church l4* :
Keystone Baptist at the Union Meeting held II St"s5s
Easter Morning Worship, 11 sisters, Mrs. Gordon Miller of at the Orange Street Baptist

a. m. Vesper Musical, 5 p. m. Florahome. Mrs. Alton Dasher Church in Baldwin last Friday. I

Special numbers by the three I and Mrs. Bobbie Hall of Theres- Mrs. Frank Wellhausen, Mra

choirs. Ralph Copeland, organistand .! ga, and six sons Leo L., Dalton Lee Moore, Mrs. Bud Higdon and "\::::\

choir director, formerly or- Jr., George S., and Tommy R. Melvin Watson attended the Union 1

ganist at Snyder Memorial in all of Keystone Heights, and Meeting at the Orange Street

Jacksonville, will play at the Charles F. and Harold, both of I Baptist Church in Baldwin last
I
morning and also the vesper Gainesville. Friday. Mrs. Higdon and Mr.

Personalities Watson were meccAncra.._ o from i
service. m. --------- A A'V'"
St. Williams Catholic Friends will sympathize with ) the. Long Branch Baptist Church.
Confessionsfrom Mrs. A. F. Crosby in the death of Rev. Lester
Holy Saturday: Taggert, Francis 1
'4 to 5 p. m. Sunday Serv- her brother, John P. Long of Coleman Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ed- $m\\\25\ \ \ j

ice, 8:15 a. m. beginning the Jacksonville. Funeral services wards, and Mrs. Oscar Harris and Save 95 nliti
" regular summer schedule of i were held there Monday afternoon daughter, Clara Mae represented ) ,62.
e the Maxville Baptist Church at
services at 8:15. t j ; I i
Good Friday Service A large groan from the Lake- the Union Meeting at the Orange I

Beginning, at 12 noon today Geneva-McRae Club attended the Street Baptist Church in Baldwin

(Friday) in the Melrose Methodist Achievement Program held by last Friday. -r-- I

Church, the three-hour Good the Clay County Home Demonstration The camping trip for the Jun- 11_ I 12 Cu. Ft.
RANGE
Friday Service, a community Clubs in Middleburg ior and Intermediate boys of the 4 i

service for all churches, will feature last Saturday. Maxville Baptist Sunday School. FoodFREEZER
"The Seven Words on The Col. David A. Nelson is a pa- planned for last Friday night, had Your Choice &VYKs

Cross. The following schedule tient in the U. S. Naval Hospital. : to be postponed until a later date .

will be observed: Rev. H. W. Ty Jacksonville. His condition is re- : because Mrs. of bad weather. 1 30" or

ler, 12:25; Rev. J. R. NealeJr. I portea as imnrovmsr. I Wilma Blackburn Alma Rhoden and Mrs. 39"y Double
'
Action
of
Macclenny Freezing
.. 12:25 to 12:50: : Col. J. T. Mrs. Albert Bachmaftn. Mrs. last Super 2600 Light Touch
I spent
; Friday with Safety Latch
their ,
Faster Than Gas
Crowe, 12:30 to 1:15; Rev. Fred J. Russell Young and Mrs. Florence Interior Light
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and t Giant All-Calrod Oven -' % : \
James
Yerkes, 1:15: to 1:40; Rev. Mal- attended the presen- Mrs. E. D. r Adjustable Shelves
Higginbothman Meal for k
1:40 to 2:05 Rev. J. tation of the "Requiem" by the and Cooks {Complete e 5-Yr. Protection
colm Davis, : ; sons. In the'afternoon Mrs. Hig .. 2 or 24 Plan Unit
Russell Young 2:05 to 3. Wor- Department of Music Universityof ginbotham accompanied them to .f Reversible Rota Snitches I 1 5-Yr. Food InsuranceRed i

shippers may leaye at conclusionof Florida on Tuesday evening. Jacksonville.We Turn left or right .

any meditation. -- Miss Bobbe Bastedo sang In the are glad to hear that Dan Many Other Features ,
Bake Sale chorus.'YYYY7Y.Y.Y. Groves I is feeling !better after One Year Free Service 'I
The Women of the Community having been ill for 1
y y yy.....v several days.
Church will hold a baked goods Friends of Mrs. Ben

sale at the post office Saturday PINE I LEVEL' botham will regret to learn Higgin-that Tag Sale I Price $147- $2,88..70

morning at 10 o'clock. she has been ill and confined to Red Tag Sale Price No Trade *

New Police, Fire Chief *ij !Mr*. U. M. Mt-Kae I I.AAAAA. her bed for several days.

Comdr. Ray Chance has taken . _ I Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown Of
n.. }.,.i.<. t1l1tlpQ. all- davtime--,, -- Police .....a.&A&&&&&..&.....& I Starke visited Sundav with M f",.
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Chief of Keystone. Mr. Chance Mrs E. J. McRae of Waldo and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and family

and Wally Muhlhofer have been came Saturday afternoon and is and Mrs. Julia Griffis.

taking special training in Police visiting the H. M. McRaes and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and
other relatives in and around family of
Jacksonville
School in Gainesville and Pal at- were ,
ka. C. J. Bastedo is new Fire Starke. She was accompaniedhere guests of Mrs. Dorothy Waters al

Chief, succeeding N. Watson by her daughter, Mrs. A. and family Saturday night. s
Hardenberg. O. Hall C. J. Hall and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and

all of Waldo. family visited with Mr. and Mrs.
of 80
IIS<-hoolho)
Meet Former Teacher, :Mr. and :Mrs. W. M.. Sikes of A. L. Rehberg at Earlton Beach I

that after Jacksonville were visiting the H. Sunday.
It isn't every day
student and teacher M. :McRaes last Friday. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. BiD I
68 ;years a Roberson
meet and talk over old Dinner: guests of the W. C. and daughter will be in-
can -.l
terested to
learn
times, but that is just what hap- Conners last Sunday were Mr. that they are
and Mrs. moving this week from Live Oak
Bishop Thomas and
pened when Rev. James H. Wag- tc i"homasville e
retired Methodist minister, : family of Brooker, and Mr. and Ga. where Mr. \
ner, Roberson
visited Mrs. Charles Lamons, 811, Mrs.. H. H. Lewis. will be employed by alI
Lays Potato I
of Fort Myers. Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Samuel J. :McGarvey of erson is the Chip Co. Mrs. Rob- 6.95.IJitft

Wagner, residents of Penney Lawtey was a dinner guest of |;Dorothy Waters.daughter of Mrs. Save /].95.j
the H. M. McRaes Monday.Mr. .
Farms, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon had
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis
,
Starnes of Keystone made as their
guests Sunday Mr.
to Ft. on April visited his aunt, Mrs. Charity Mrs. and s1z '- G5>
,the trip Myers Albert Wright and
5 in celebration of Mr. Wagner's Glisson at Lake Geneva last Jacksonville and Mrs. Lealer family Har-of T ;

birthday. He is Mrs. Starnes'father week, returning. home ,Friday. 1 j iris I, Mrs. Gladys Copeland, Mr. and All Porcelain ,Cubic Feet

and is well known in Keystone Birthday CelebrationA I Mrs. Earl Cannon and family, and AUTOMATIC I i
having preached here on birthday celebration was enjoyed Westberry Griffis.

several occasions.Mr. for four of the Starling Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Shelf Area 13.3 sq. ft,

Wagner discovered througha family recently xat the home of family attended a hamburger fry WASHER 44 Lb. Storage for Frozen
former classmate that his old Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling.A at the home of Mrs. Hester Hicks Food
teacher was living in Ft Myers bountiful dine' was spread in Lawtey'Saturday night All Porcelain Inside & F' #

and, after taking some kidding and presents were exchangedand Mrs. Winifred Martin and Mrs. I Out Deep Door. Shelves

from his son-in-law, wrote Mrs. all! had a wonderful day together Dom Farley of Daytona Beach, WondBDiaI'Control Porcelain ;
Jet
Lamons and received a reply that Mrs. Hester Hicks of Lawtey, Mr. Famous Spray Thriftivator Rinse i per Humidity Crii

she did indeed remember Jimmy I Those present for this occasion and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and fam- L Washing Action .

Wagner. When interviewed durIng were their mother, Mrs. Alma ily and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parish _. \ Years Warranty Thrift-' {

the visit Mr. Wagner said: Starling, Mrs. Sheshire of Palat and family were dinner guests I Overflow Rinse Master. .. Unit
She's wonderful' and we've had ka. Mr, and Mrs. Joe S. Starlingand |of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish Sun- 1-Year Free Service ,

grand reunion. lVariety family Mr and Mrs. W. B. day.
Show Great SuccessBill Starling: of Jacksonville, Mr and Edenfieid-Riohardson -"
L. Starling of Lawtey. I: A ,wedding interest to Q' 4LL'M .
Belote and his cast deserve Mrs. V. a, wide
_ $ A'" a. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Grady ;Nettles and I circle of frtanlr.tiroe. .. *_fc._,,f n' .T3.. *,._
a hie- hand for the show ---- VA "'6-
they presented at the Woman's family. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer. gy Richardson, daughter of Mr. 0I uu.w Kedlag Sale Price p 1/6.uU

Club last Friday and Saturday all of Starke, and R. C. and and Mrs.Ernest Todd of Maxville ,

nights. Business men. from family of Palatka.VIorMnt : formerly Edward of Elmwood, Ohio to ,Red Tag Sale Price'ith Trade
Edenfield
tankers to Bakers, delighted the son of Mrs. ,
isnTl'R TO APPFAHItr Florence Parrish of -
Maxville.
audience with everything from ,. n..t 1'w.rt. . .. wedding was solemnized
the Ladies Poker Club to Hula 1m ''> ''- on Fri-. }
T'hn Thomas. Plaintiff, vs. Lillian day night, April 12, in Folkston, -
and chorus lines. E. W.
dancing
Thomas,
Ga. .
Defendant.Case Mrs. Florence Parrish Mrs. _
No. 10-S1S1
Dwyer served a.the capable
: Ernest Todd and Mr. and Mrs
Master of Ceremonies. VOlta. T. AP.earTo p
from I : Lillian Thomas> whose residence Leonard Sculley accompanied the -. ..
Visiting entertainers and address Is: 217 Washington '\0
Jacksonville made a fine contribution Avenue, Brooklyn "New .

particularly "The Hay- York.Ton ar. lierby notified that a FOR;DEPENDABLE 'Come, in and look'around -- if the'price
makers," with a bass fiddle that suit for divorcehas .
been filed aeaTnm yon m tr,.
was pretty baffling to a coupleof above named Court and cans and Termite Control

"legitimate" musicians in the you your are required to D lea top Y t1l.of you see marked on the Red
audience. welcome on
Always any
complaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
entertainment bill in Keystoneis ., Frank Landrum P. O. Box Household It CommercialPest
the beautiful voice and personality 546. Starke, Florida Control .Zusfrfrr Tag Doesn't Suit You, Make Us
and file the original in the ofrtHof ,.
of Gladys Bachman and the Clerk of the Circuit Court om
her singing was a fine additionto or before the Grove Spraying A Reasonable Offer.WONT '
IS day of IQay. 1957: 1" .. .
the program. otherwise the allegations of said 7pyri
Can
Some young entertainers were Complaint will be taken aa confessed FR. 6-6035 ,

Miss Frances Privett of Jacksonville This by notice you. aba11 be publishedonce Florida Pest BE ODDER SOLD

playing the accordion, each week for four consecutive Control

and charming little Gina Massa, craph.weeka In the Bradford County Tel. & Chemical Co. '

who sang. Renee, Billy, and Su Dated this S day of April 1S57. WINKLER ELECTRIC
zanne Belote formed a family (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit. A. Darby Count 24 N. W. istb Ave. SERVICE

team, accompanied \by their ET Karlan L. Crosby Dennty-Clerk Gainesville, Florid 234 N. Temple -Avenue
4/1J 4t 5/:,. Phone 166
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Famous prizes 'are not eligible for prizes. .
be held the following No registrant will be eligible
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Gibbs, Mindy Carson, Mantovani and many ,
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 1957
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1 % : 1. 1 feet to Iron pipe thence run plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney residence and address Isr C/o
% r'T! South 300 feet to iron pipe, Daniel A. Japour 306 Guaranty Marion Sull \fan. 131 Xagle Avenue.
r thence run East 468.73 feet to Life -., Jacksonville 2, Xew York New flTork.
liamlf point of beginning, all section Florida You are hereby notified that a
1 %7, T 6 S, R 2% East, and file the original in the office ot suit for divorce care, custody
and petition shall be heard 'by the he Clerk of the Circuit Court oar and control of minor childrenhas
Hon. Geo. L. Patten one of the beforethe been filed against you in the
Judges of said Eighth Judicial 20th day of :May 1957 above named Court and cause and
Circuit of Florida in and for Brad- otherwise the allegations of said you are required to serve a copy of
r ford County, at the Court Housein. Complaint will be taken |is confessed your answer or pleading to the
Starke. on :May 10th. 1957. at by you. imnlalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney
2pm. in afternoon. This notice shall be published William D. Morgan, 507 Clark
Gladys MootyPhone t,This April 10th, 197. once each week for four consecutive Building Jacksonville 2, Florida
35 Theron A. Yawn. Guardianof weeks in the Bradford Count Telegraph and file the original in tne ottlce
a person and property of of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
:Merton F. Clark. Incompt. Dated this 12th day of ApriL or before the
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20th day of :May. 1957
6 I 4/19 4t 5/10 1957. ;
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the'allegations of salj
World Relations Garden Club fir ? s, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Cleric of the Circuit Court complaint will ue laneu as confessed -
r OFFICE OF TUB STATE ROAD Jty Marian I* Crosby,. P.nnty ,OrW by you.
DEPARTMENT 4/19 4t 5/10 This notice shall be published
Program PresentedAt To View FilmThe Tallahasee, Florida. I ence each week for four consecutive
April 6, 1957 NOTICE.TO APPEAR weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY
Woman's. Club ) r r CONSTRICTION AND !. Ctrrnlt C nrt. Bradford TELEGRAPH.
Starke Garden Club will .MAINTENANCE PROGRAM Florida In Chanter* C..t"j' Dated this 16th day of April.
meet Monday night at 7:30 o'clockin Sealed bids will be received at Dorothy E. Keane, Plaintiff vs. 1957.
"How Big Is Your World" was the The George Washington Hotel in :Martin Joseph Keane. Defendant. luKFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Parish house Church
on Case No. 10-2138 I I Clerk of the circuit Court
the theme of the program pre Street. I Jacksonville, Florida until from 2:30 QuaU-1 souse T. Appears By Uarlan L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Highlight of the JunIorvman's fied Contractors ,
Starke .Woman'sClub Club "New Faces" variety show To: :Martin Joseph Keane, whose 4/19 4t 5/10
sented at the A gardening film will be shown (E.S.T. on the 16th day of .
by the International Rela-' during the program and these J union Cluh last Friday and Saturday nights were the Bearded Ballet dancers 1957, for construction of the following .

tions department at their regular will be a general discussion on + (left)Jack Barry x M Smith, Ned Yancey, and' Jim Groover. The State Project projects, :Jobs Nos. 2862-175 Men's Clothing

meeting on Wednesday after- perpetual blooming gardena V ariet Y Sh OW gilded Burlesque Queen's Chorus (right) Included: Barbara Clements, and Clay 7157-150 Counties., SR S-214 From, Bradfordand SR 21 II ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894

noon of last week. On Saturday, Apr. 27, Mrs. Elizabeth Betty jane Morgan, Carolyn Marco, Sara Torode, Gwen Moxley, easterly to SR 100. Work consistsof I IS
Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, .chairman Stuart of Jacksonville will and Marian McRae. > medium grading: 6" LImerock
Stabilized Base; Type 2 Surf. _
and Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, conduct a flower work shop at Treat.; and Incidental items.. The
co-chairman presented the program the Parish house to which all -- length is 4.651 miles. A Proposal
members are to attend. < .: Guaranty of 4000.00 is required. .
as the regular monthly urged
; / A proposal Guaranty consistingof NOTICE
radiocast Mrs. Hildebran. com- Hostesses for the Monday evening '" $ either a certified check cashi- _
mentator, introduced Charlene meeting will be: Mrs. F. B. 4 : : er's check check, trust or bank company draft of treasurer's any- -. .

Hardy, who played the theme Beard, chairman, Mrs. Maxie car- .t r national or state bank in the To The Nicest People In
ter Sr., Mra Claude Crowson, Mrs. amount stated above, made payable
Wonderful \
song, "Great, Wide, \ I } to the Governor of the State of
World," on the piano. Miss Irene .I Joe Martinez, Mrs. Ira Wilson and tr Florida, must accompany each bid. The World Our Customers
Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Certified checks shall have necessary -
Metzger in a Bavarian native ; ; State of Florida's Documen-
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costume talked on her trip to tary Stamps attached.
UDC To'ObserveMemorial t > i t The name of the bidder and the PHIL'S-RESTAURANT
seven countries and
European "
a 1 should
Number
applicable Project
showed souveniors she had f, ::i be shown on the check or draft

brought back from her travels. Day c trt All work is to be done In accordance -] __
Specifications
t r with Plans Will Be Closed Due to IllnessUntil
Miss Metzger, a student of U. Memorial Day will be.observedon and; Special Provisions of the State *.
of P. also two German Road Department. *
sang April 26 by the W. T. Weeks Plans and/or Proposal Forms will
solos. Also on; the program were Chapter, United Daughters of the be furnished to QualifiedContrac: Further Notice
Charlene Hardy. Carol Ann Pick- tors upon application to this office I
Confederacy.The for the sum of $ 5OO per set.
ett Carol Jennings Tommy exercises to be held In. Extra sets of Plans may be purchased -
GARNET AND PHIL STUDER
Haines. Bill Green. Bill Dayton, I for $10.00 per set. Plans,
Crosby Cemetery at 3 p. m. include -I r with or without Special Provisions,
Jean and Bob Smith
Mundv. who be by fabricatorsfor
: may purchased I
sang Hawaiian numbera $10.00 per ,et. Orders for these .
Invocation salute to the Flags, documents should be directed to I --- -
Mrs. J. A. Griffin, fourth vice- group singing, address by Mrs. the Engineer of C&ntrtacts, with : I
check payable to State Road, Den Do You Need Paint?
president presided over the meet- L. A. Davis, group singing and KIngsley Lake in 1920 was portrayed by Male Bathing Beauties: partment 4f/Florida. No refund will "

Ing in the absence of the presi- benediction. After this ceremonythe Edwards, Archie Green, Bill Dayton, and B. C. Holtzendorf; be made for lany of the above ,
Paint Your House For Half the
dent, Mrs. C. L. Scholl Mrs. AnotherJerome charges for plans and proposal .
members will flowers cores \
place Cuties: Connie ftoegel: Ernestine' Denmark', Kitty forms.,
Price
Louis Hillendahl gave the devotional Proposal Forms will not be issued Regular
Mrs. W. B. Parks. House and a flag on each soldier's grave. t H.f' Carter, and Jo.\nn York. Three of the show's principals were (above, unless request is received before i. -

chairman reported that the club- :3/HCTSfl right):, Mack Futch as St. Peter; Gent Griffis as Belle Watling; 5:00 p.m. (E.S.T.) May 14. 1957. I GET TWO GALLONS OF PAINT ,
The right: is reserved to reject
Weiner
Roast HeldThe
house had just been painted inside I and Martha Yancey as Magnolia Bradford.Well any or tall bids. FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
State Road Department of Florida
and the roof
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repaired. Mrs.J. children of the Ensey Play i Wilbur, E. Jones ChairmanA. Because We Eliminate The
W. Kincaid social chairman, :. C. Church, State Ityghwtiy
Lot and their teacher, Mrs.
Engineer Middle Man's Profit
reported on the plans for the
Florence Hipple, enjoyed a weiner .1 It 4/19 .
:May Breakfast which will be held an: -
and marshmallow roast last Tues- 'II I Ir
May 8 with the theme "The!
day afternoon, with 22 r NOTICE TO APPEAR I PRICE ON OUR PAINT STARTS AT
Egg' and I." Reservations for young- I II. Circuit Court. Bradford C*..tr>
the breakfast may be made with sters present at the affair, LftflIPi'Bradford Florida In Chaucer $1.95 Qt. or $4.98 Gal.
This week the Easter messagewas Martha E. Race, Plaintiff vs. .
Mrs. Kincaid or Mrs. T. B. Hard- Hobert J. Race, Defendant.
presented to the childrenby Case Xo. 10-2136
ing at phone 311 Mrs. N. s. .
Dankel was voted into the clubas Mrs. Hipple in a beautifully the Junior Club did It strong, are invading Washington County Hospital an- Notiee To: Robert To Appears J. Rice whose resi- Mary Carter Paint Store

a new member and members colored flannelgraph story. Parents again with another hit variety D. C. and New York City nounces the following births dent and address is: Unknown.

were urged, to attend the State are invited to bring their show last Friday and Saturday from Thursday to Tuesday, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dewey W. Fow-: suit You fo are: divorce hereby notified mat a _
children to in this 214 N.W. 13th St. Ph. FR 6-7588
convention in West Palm Beachon no-sectarian participate nights .. The Bearded Ballet by Charlie Cowen, Del- ler of Starke, a son, Dewey Wil- has above been named filed Court against and you in the .
2326. program. "girls" were simply devine, in la Rosenberg, Marian Conner, cause and Gainesville Fla.
April son Fowler Jr., Apr. 15. you are required to serve a copy of ,
Mrs. Kincaid chairman of the spite of the fact that their tights Eloise Cowen, Mrs H: O. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sandersof your answer or pleading to the com- .

nominating committee presentedthe Beta Sigma Phi (woolen l&ngies) which were sup- Mrs. H. J. Kucera, Mrs. Tom Starke, a daughter, Sue Ann, i

following slate of officers for I posed to be dyed black, turned Stallings, and Virginia Smith ... Apr. 15.

next year: president Mrs. A. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority out a lovely shade of gray! ... Look out, Broadway! .. Hear Mr. and Mrs. D&lph Reddishof

Russell Norman; first vicepresident -I will meet at the home of :Mrs. Harriett Holtzendorf and her that Tombo Smith broke his arm Starke, \ a daughter, Karen,

Mrs. C. L. Scholl; second Ben Moxley on St. Clair St., Mon- helpers did a wonderful job on at school last week when he Apr. 17. Mrs. Reddish is the SHOP AT HOME

vice-president, Mrs H. H. Adams, ; day evening, Apr. 22. Mrs. Ray the scenery and everything wasteJp.'J tried to clear the 10th rung: on former Shirley Carpenter.Mr. .

third vice-president, Mrs. E. A. Taylor will be co-hostess. .. Only mishap, I under- the high jump .. Note that I and Mrs._ Jack W/ Griffinof ,
Hall stand, was when the Saturday Dot and S. R. Johns have closed
; fourth vice-president, Mrs. hour by the hostess committee: I Starke announce the birth of

Foster Shi Smith;: secretary, Mrs.S. Mrs. V. V. Hazen, chairman, Mrs.E. night show was delayed 15 min- their grocery on WashingtonStreet a son, Greer, on Apr. 3 in St WE HAVE

E. Simmons: Corresponding M. Davis, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, utes when Buddy Bishop (Kan- .... Miriam Danny is the Vincent's Hospital. JACKSONVILLE PRICESNEVER
secretary Mrs. C. E. Johns; and Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs. Gladys garoo Kourt bailiff) locked Bill new hostess at the Garden rest- Mr. and Mrs. Jack DuMars of

treasurer. Miss Dorothy Ross. Harrington Mrs. Ruby Johns, Graham up in the courthouse aurant, replacing Edith Parker Starke announce the birth of a '
These officers will be stockade and went off with the .. Juliet 12 In
installedat Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Mrs. J. H. daughter, on Apr.
the May Breakfast Ritch Mrs. Paul Raymond. Mrs. key .. Both of them were mem- Congratulations, to Arthur! Alachua General Hospital. UNDERSOLD -

Strawberry shortcake and coffee Everett Prescott and Mrs. Madge bers of the ,variety show cast ... Wood who celebrated his 88th Rev. and Mrs. Donald Koko- .
,I .. Cleone "
were served during the social McDonald The BHS Seniors, about 45 birthday last Sunday moor of Starke are receiving .. -u '_ __u' ; ,
is in Bradford County .
Reagan congratulations on the birth of a

Hospital for observation and son, Karl Warren, on Apr. 15 in '

treatment .. John and Elizabeth Alachua General Hospital. EXTRA SPECIALS
Pearce have moved to Jax NAS,

LESS l fUVOR 8-PIECE where he is stationed and Juani- LIBRARY HOURS Easter I

$ ta (Mrs."Brciward) Capps is .tak-

THAN 1 UUllVING. ing Elizabeth's place at the Gulf The Bradford County Public FRIDAY & SATURDAY
ROOM GROUP bulk plant office ... Attendingthe Library will be closed on Wed- ,
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- Giants-Cleveland baseball nesday afternoon beginning April ,

Wwr Ti Sofa BedOccasional game Din Jax as guest of the 24. .
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E k i 59c St. Joseph'sMineral
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3 wr f Giants last Friday were Herb
Chair and Peggy Thomas, Al Crosby, ;,
lu, The County Judge's Court la THEEasterBunny
2 End Tables Charlie Schaeffer, I. E. Clark, And For Bradford County Oil 35c

.. In''Re:
Coffee Table Sam Zack and Emma Pinner
Guardianship of Merton P Clark.
2 Table Lamps Hank Graham celebrated his NOTICE (
Smoke Stand 15th birthday Wednesday .. To All Whom It May Concern: Compo ScentedRubbing 70% '
You are hereby notified that the 'L
Linda Kay Holton observed her Undersigned Guardian of MertonF. HAS COME 4i
10th on Monday afternoon witha Clark has filed a petition in Alcohol 29cU
12 friends the above styled Court seeking Y?
supper-dance for
.95 authority to sell Wards remainder
yw from 4 to 7 o'clock .. Norma Interest in the following describedreal TO
\ Den 5 Cub Scouts estate <.ln Bradford County, S. P.Hydrogen
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Thompson's Florida, to wit: % ,
entertained Dot Sheppard's Den Beginning at the Southeast

Similar to Photograph 4 with a hike' and weiner roast East corner and of Section running 27 North, T 6 172 S, R feet 22 Peroxide 9c KOCH'SLARGE

Tuesday afternoon ... The 18 thence run West 93.72 feet to
Regular $141.60 Value Cubs enjoyed an Easter egg hunt Iron thence stob run for North point of 300 beginning feet to .

and baseball game also .. Kitty iron pipe thence run West 468.73PARK 2 Bath SizeJergensSoap
You Save and Maxie Carter entertained at
$41.65
SALE
-- PRICE :
a party Sunday afternoon marking -

their son, Bradley's 2nd anniversary 15c

... ASSORTMENT OF
As usual the egg hunts are DIFFERENT TYPE EASTER
SAVE $70.75 ON THIS 8 PIECE GROUP. keeping local bunnies powerful $1.00 Woodbury

busy .. ,Here's the schedule so STARKE FLA.' CANDY CARDS

Sofa Bed and matching Lounge far: St. Mark's Episcopal SS Cold'Cream 69c -
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classes Saturday m.
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Chair 2 End Tables and APRIL 21-22-23 $1.38 .
Coffee kindergarten nursery Lady Esther ,
groups, L. J. Reeves home, 318 DOUBLE FEATURE '

Table, 2 Table Lamps, Smoke} .95 W. Lafayette, Saturday, 3:30 p. "Dance Wfth All Purpose Ceam98c NAPKINS PLATES

m. ... Methodist primaries at .

Stand Vera Graudon's' Saturday after- Me, Henry" BUNNIES

noon, meeting at the church at With Abbott and Costello $1.00 Seaforth

Regular $220.70 Jr.2 p. Woman's m. for transportation Club preschoolagers .. AND Shave Lotion 50c Baskets Made To OrderUSE

at City Park, Wednesday "The Naked Hills"With ,

SALE PRICE ONLY morning... Presbyterian Church David Wayne and Keenan t OUR LAY-AWAY
preschool, at the church, Friday -
Also Cartoon Amity, $5.00 Value AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAtljAiii *
3:30: p. m. ... 1st Christian

Church, Tuesday, 3 p. m., city WED., THURS., APRIL 24-25 BillFold E
park ... Catholic Sunday School DOUBLE FEATURE ,- 3.79 Look !
classes, Saturday, 2 p.' m. at the

church ... 1st Baptist: 2 and 3 "Wicked Wife"
HAN'S
Let us put carpet in your home, No job too large or too small. year, old nursery group, city park, Nigel Patrick and Mona Lister $1.69 Value JELLY I'

Tuesday afternoon .. .
We have a large selection of patterns and colors in most any olds at Church Tuesday'one after-year AND Gem Razor 1.00{

noon ... Beginners (age 5-6) "Gunpoint"Fred3IcMurray : Per 29C

,grade of carpet in stock. Free estimates gladly given. Call. us Wednesday afternoon at church : and Dorothy With Rise Shaving Cream Lb. I

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8-year-old Primaries, City
and we will be glad to take samples to your home. Park, Tuesday afternoon ... MaldonHV S
C NE3L1SDOPEPlus
I So long, and happy-Carolyn,hunting ...1 Cartoon 21 INCH DOLL 98c CHOCOLATE 'COVEREDEAS'fER


'I'I I FRL, SAT., APRIL 26-27 '
Woodman's Circle I EGGS
51 Guage
USE OUR BUDGET PLAN"IT'S Supreme Forest Woodman's DOUBLE .FEATURE"You're

Circle members will meet at the Not Cannon Hose 98c
f lOc 49c 69c
A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" home of Mrs Grover Conner, So Tough" 89c 1.25
Tuesday, April 22 at 7:30 p. m.
With the Dead
End Kids
All members are urged to attend.


Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke Hamburger Fry AND"Sundowners" KOCH DRUG STORE PHONE 53 ,

The losing team of Brownies In With John'Barrymore, Jr. FREE DELIVERY

the cookie sale will fete the win- D( TECHNICOLOR: 11
434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 151 ners, at a hamburger fry at the 'Registered
Plus Pharmacists
home' : Cartoon & Serial To Serve You At All Times
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f '" I v.. -_-. ". Mrs./" 1 Steve Weldon will haveas Miss Elizabeth Lawson returnedto Roy Turner of the State Farmis NOTICE TO APPEAR i trol of minor child once each week for four consecutive

weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. West Palm Beach on Monday visiting relatives in Macon, U Circuit Coart. Bndferd CMtr. has been filed against you in the II weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
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above named Court and cause andy pb.
W. W. Shaeffer and family of after two weeks with Ga. this week. Fhrldat la ChaBcerr. I rra
spending _u are required to serve & copy of Dated this 16th day of April,
Tavares, Mrs and Mrs. C. M. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mrs R L Lawson was calledto Anne Estes Plaintiff vs. William lour answer or pleading to the com- 1957.-
H. Estes, Defendant. plaint on the pftilntlffs AttorneyT. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Dar1lJ
Patrick and Son of Sneeds and Lawson. Grays Ky. on .April 2 by the Case No. 10-1141 Frank Landrum P. O. Box Clerk of the Cnvutt Court
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon cf Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kirklandof death of 'her.father James Miller Notice T. 546. Starke Florid, .By Marian L. Crosby !>*t>ntr Clerk
AppearTo
VWVIN and file the original in the office of
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Jacksonville. Opelika, Ala. were Thursdayto She returned home on Sunday : William H. Bates, whose residence the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
Mrs. E. B. Andrews of Lake Sunday guests of M. L. Lawson and and address is: C/o Mr. K. before the .
was
accompanied by
THE Nossi 20th cby of May 1957
Butler was visiting 1 rand Mrs. J. T. Lawson H. A. Lawson Tavenner 1548 Fairmont Street, otherwise the allegations: of raid
her husband Mr. of
Lawson
N. B. Rosier and famiJ \.on Sun- and Ewell Lawson families! Washington D. C. Complaint wW .111 tasen a. confessed
.- day afternoon. s" Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Pineville, Ky. who will be with Yon are hereby notified that al oy yon. FRIGIDAIRETHE
i suit for divorce custody and con; This notice shall be published
i Mrs.. T. Mersereau. spent last Jr. and son of Miami and Mrs. his family for three weeks whileon
Dennis Mathews, Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinsand I
Stefanelli and Glen Reddish of familiy are spending the Thursday in Lake City with Mrs.. Norman Ives of Lake. City spent vacation. BESTKNOWNNAME

i A. J. Corey Saturday afternoon with :Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johnson: has had \ IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
Murray State College, Murray, weekend in Woodbine, Ga. with Case Record Of A
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews Mrs. McRae Sr. the occasion
I holidays on as recent 'guestS Mrs. R. B.
Ky. were home for Spring Mr. and Mrs. ,James Bruce.
from Thursday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Faulkner, and daughter, Carolyn, were in "of Mr. McRae sr.'s birthday'an- Heather of*Philadelphia Pa., and ChiropractorCase RANGES

Misses Rosa and Edith Moore have rented the Mullins cottageon Fort Myers over the weekend niversary. Rev. and Mrs. B. E. Phelps and No. 280 WATER HEATERS
in visiting Mrs. J. D. Hooks and Easter chicks, At Sistrunks.Dr. :Mrs. Horace Mission and
visited friends and relatives Brownlee road.T. daughter AIR CONDITIONERS
family.Mr. J. E. Denmark was in St. of Tenn. A young Harvard College student 22
Lakeland last weekend. H. Slade was in Tallahassee Memphis
and Mrs. Ed Crosby and Petersburg Saturday to Thurs- of became insane. Commitment WASHERS & DRYERS
Brack- years age
Morris
Rev. and Mrs. on business the first part of Torrey Johnson of Wheaton,
I man of Lake Butler were last the week. sons of Pinehaven subdivisionhave day attending dentists, conven- HI.. Harold Peterson of Monti- papers had already been drawn .up by a -

Thursday dinner guests of Mr.. I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Partin of moved to the Leonhard tiCJ11.Mrs. cello Minn., and.Fred Sacher of r So.cr :a: renowned pschiatric authority to hue thisgravely Get The Best For less
N. Water St., formerly Joe Thomas and Mr. and
and Mrs. E. P. Lee on Rev. Brack- Eustis and Gerald McCoy ,of house on Aar'k:of-the-Palms were dinner disturbed man sent to a mental
occupied by the E. S. Beebes. Mrs. Bud Payne of Crescent City At
man's birthday anniversary.Mr. have Gainesville were Saturday visit- Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J were visiting Mrs. P. S. Den guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. institution. Through chiropratlc care, this young man madea
and Mrs. Joe McGee ors of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pick- Quigley on Tuesday.
moved from MacMahon St. to W. Kincaid spent Thursday to mark and Mr. and Mrs. S. G. quick recovery, finished his college course and later became Sinith'sCaraeSales

I Weldon St. ering. Monday in Tampa visiting Mr. Denmark on Sunday afternoon. professor of literature at Cornell University.For !
381 W. For Easter Hydrangeas Easter Recent Births
and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe Mr. and -}'frs. Bill Graham and further information regarding .the benefits of chiropracticcare -
Lilies, in pots $1.50. At Sis-
trunks. Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatkais I Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith were :'Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Wood of phone or write to the and ServiceWe
at the home of fishing at Crescent Lake last
f Mr. and Mrs. J., M. High of convalescing Starke announce the birth of a Service AH )Makes of
Mrs. HerbertThomas Wednesday. and Thursdav.. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
DR.
Jacksonville and Mrs. T. J. Highof her daughter. daughter on Apr. 16 in St. Vin- Electrical Appliances!
I
following an operationin Rodney Hall entered St. Vin-
FLORIDATHEATRE '
Clarkton. N. C. spent the Alachua General Hospital last cent's hospital Wednesday of last cent's Hospital. Mrs. Wood is 728 E. University Ave. 426 N. Walnut St. 606 N. Temple Ave.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. the former: Clarice Thomas .
week for a checkup.Mr. Gainesville Phone 6.3238 Starke Phone 108 PHO.VE 120
M. Edwards. They all went, to week. daughter_ of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Stevenson Andrewsof
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Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. R. J.
Thomas Sr.
. Silver and St. Augustineon
Springs
with 60 Boy Scouts,of Atlanta Wesconnett visited Mr. and

I Sunday. are spending this week at Mrs. R. O. Dansby on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nbllman
the Haines cottage and Log Land- Misses Agnes Lawson, Jackie ,
business trip to Ashe- I
made
SAT., APRIL 20 ONLY a N. C. last week. While ing on Little Santa Fe Lake. Colley and Linda Johns of FSUwill
yille Mr. and be home for the Easter '
DOUBLE FEATURE also visiting -
attended the Rotary They are
there they
Starke. weekend with their respective
#A T\ 1 and Rotary Ann banquet in Mrs; A. N. Holliday Eas-
riCAC wITt1 Mrs. Buzz Ten- For Easter Hydrangeas famijies.
1 7ntiY Asheville where I Lilies, in pots $1.50. At Sis- 'For Easter, Hydrangeas, Eas- ffNow Under
/ Jk6SE*JAMg9U nent, wife of the Rotary Interna- ter trunks. ter Lilies in pots $1.50. At Sis-
tional President was a guest
Mrs. G. E. McGauley and" :Mr. trunks.
: speaker.Mr. Carl Motes cf Palatka' Mr. and :Mrs. Granville Alleyof ,
:Mrs. L. N. Pickeringhad and Mrs.
and
1 1, ; I visitors of Mr. and Daytona Beach were Sunday
Sunday dinner guests Mr.|I were Sunday
as visitors of Mrs. Edward Burns.
Hardy.
.Ili. .. 4 and :Mrs. Mike Pickering of Mrs. Charles of Gainesville I I Bill Wall of St Augustine was
Lee Bryan
Billie
Mrs.
rr Gainesville, and :Mr. and
weekend with her cous-i I visiting his aunt, Msr. Joe Wilson -
t R. B. Alvarez and daughter spent the !t on Saturday.Mr. New
in. Charlene Hardy. I
tt'i0' Dorothy.Mr. Drew Reddish Buddy Jackson and Owen Rob- and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Management
arvw and Mrs. spent Saturday at Fernan-
family
will spend
Ga.
Newman
Mr. erts of
and son, Stan, were visiting dina Beach with Mr. and Mrs. I
with I. P. Shepherd ,
FEW>. CAST and Mrs. W. R. Royster in Jack- the"_A weekend all ir5n. v_ fishing on the_ St. J. A. Dankel. I I :
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sonville on Sunday. CLJ1U Mrs. Clinton Buff Mrs. H. L. :
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... Palatka while j I
Sanford was visit- Johns river near
Mrs. Nathan II
PLUS I Glover, Mrs. Bob Combs and Mrs.B.
ing friends in Pompano Beach.. Jacksonville .
here.Mrs. R. Mimms of
of Ocala
Cyril Pickern I !
week.
several days this Tuesdayof :
and Mrs. See- were overnight guests
WllfIiA PICT\IIitS\ rnsaa Braddock of Jack- was visiting Mr. -
E.
Mrs. C. ''last week of Mrs. Maxie :
\ ALEC JACKGOINNESS'HAWKINS few days ber Goodman on Wednesday of TILLEY' I
sonville is spending a Carter and with Mrs. Lex Green ''I

with :Mr. and :Mrs. L.while K. White-Mrs. last Mrs.week.C. H. *Franklin of Deer- attended the WMU convention in I I,I,

head and family Gainesville on Tuesday and Wed- Ii
Hunted the hunterChapter and Miss Beryl Hollandof i
as the s Whitehead is confined in Brad- field.Gainesville HI. were last Friday nesday of last week. II I

ford County Hospital. Mrs. Sam Anderson spent
of their cousins
i afternoon visitors
Sistrunks.
Easter chicks At last week with
Tuesday night of
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Lamb of the Harry Mootys.Mr. .
Lewis
Mrs.
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burton of
Edwardsand
Thomasville. Ga. will be weekend and Mrs. W. L. Ohio1 at the Roose- '
Cleveland
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Mrs. Don Cornell and son, velt Hotel in Jacksonville.Mr. .

Taylor.Mr. Scott of Jacksonville of Mrs. W.were H. Struth Sun- and Mrs. Bobby Turner of Service Station i
visitors
day
: and Mrs. T. Frank Land- the tate Form spent the week- .
and Miss Kate struth ,
rum and Miss Frances Landrum Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and end in Valdosta. Ga. with Mr. ;
spent the weekend in Brooks- BrinsSn
Mr.
and Mrs. Bill and
will be Eas-
No. 11 Serial ville, with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. son, Mike of Miami and Mrs. James Reddish. '
And ter weekend guests of Mrs; W. G. I'
Landrum.Mrs. .
Lt. Ervin Andrews and Lt. Dan

Cartoon M. H. Colley was visiting Haile. Allen and Maxwell of Lakeland Air Force 987 TEMPLE AVENUE. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. '
Mr. and :Mrs. Monte Gurwit in were 11 Base, Texas who made a training >
SUN. MON. TUES. daughter of Memphis Tenn.
Tampa last weekend. flight to Jacksonville the past
Bill
APRIL 21.22.23 John W. Griffin of Och- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Epps s :
Mrs. of weekend, spent Friday and Sat-
on Thursday 11 # "'
PLY locknee. Ga. is spending this and daughter urday with Ervin's parents Mr. "
FAMED HILARIOUSON ,
THE SMEEN! week with her parents. Mr. and last Mr.week.and Mrs. Joe Brinkley and and Mrs. Reddish Andrews and i <. You're 'Invited To Drop In .

Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk.IGASTOONSI. *.?" L. **
I Cl pods i tauxaK nt ttsasaBMNDO of Jacksonville .
Flo Lyons
Mrs.
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman -- F
t visitors of Mr. ... .
and Mrs. Charlotte Miller were Sunday :: ." :-'
To See Bill For The Finest
and Mrs. J. ,C. Fogg.F. Tilley
in Gainesville
were Tuesday eve
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(GIENNIOHDIMHCKKDETO at a <
B. Beard entertained ,
ning to hear Verdi's Requiem i 0... Monday I
bv the U. of F. Choir and surprise birthday party : '
j Glee sung Club.CHARLEY. evening at the Officer's Club list : .:; In Products And Courteous Service

for :Mrs. Beard. The guest -By- / ;' .

a was comprised of112 friends from .

the Kingsley Lake area. GIB BROWN I I

Chrysanthemums in pots, At .
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Sistrunks.Benny Finzer and Rudolph -- ygtHr.UNCtE ..101-\ SINCLAIR L I '

I ALBEPT STATION
Sink of the Big Dad Mfg. Co. S ERViCE : "

spent Wednesday to Saturday of
PLUS .
at sales meeting at fIMCLgf4
last week a ,

"Hide & Peak" Cartoon 1'y the, Siceloff N. C. Mfg. Co. in Lexington 0 \ 1I AND GOOD YEAR t I

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WED.
THURS., FRI., I. P. Shepherd spent the week-I Ir
APRIL 24-25-26 end with friends and I II I -- ,
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GREATEST Monticello, and Adele Ga. "It's: sort of a 'SILENT PART- \
BOY-GIRI Jack Miller will be home for "

FUN SINCE the Easter weekend from Marion Ala. Even with NER'taxes arrangement. our prices are ; PRODUCTS S TT !:

//SPIN-THE x Military Institute Marion RIGHT! 4 i: : .
BOTTLE! x, Mrs. H. E. Bradley and chil- j'
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accompanied
dren Ii


11* couu,ipTuiiu. E. JOHNS & SON"I to Leesburg on Thursday and GIB BROWNSERVICE <. .: I ;

Judy Richard Friday where they were over- -."'" .;. "" I,
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I night guests of Mr. and Mrs. : '. :- -:,' I I''
: stepped from the boat onto : f' '
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Scott. Mrs. Bradley Sr. "
Kenneth !
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: the pier, carrying the oars.I : ... : :. ., :: :
six weeks .
who had the past '
spent -
I lost my balance, swung with the Bradleys here will remain Standard Oil Products ::.,: J > '. '.,,, '; j"I'I'
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around, and the oars knocked in Leesburg. I Phone 480 t :: Starke Florida II
Phone 327 : .
I I .........SAL\'AT"J'.t QACAl0til : two people into the water Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Jr. .. ... ,
a.e. . . with me. Will my Personal and children and Mr. and Mrs. I 407 N. Temple Ave. .. I I

t PLUS Liability Policy pay for their B. F. Boome and children visited! I II

the Jacksonville Zoo on Sunday. I 1
damaged clothes, and dampened .
"Fright From Wrong" Among those visiting the ..
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Cartoon pel Tabernacle last Go3-1 .! -:-. - eui e.d - -- - ;,.:=-
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And view the old painting "The -q

"So You. Want To Be A Vice of Belshazzar," were Mrs. Eliza I

President" (Special) Charley E Johns beth Cornelius, food editor of the I



"True- COMING Story SOON ofJesse & SOD Agency from Babs Florida Misses!Lance Penney Times-Union Barbara nurses Farms.,from and Colley Charity a*party and i I I :Never. has such size, power and Luxury cost so little:I';



Hospital New Orleans arrive I i i
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Phone 13 Starke, FIa.t home on Friday Barbara will I' \ i ;

return Saturday .and Babs on I II'Ii' _.. _,_ _hI .. ..,_,__',",,_.'v.._.'.'" _.. I I!
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D. L. THOMAS 'l. i : '.- the bark removed from logs so

And ,.. a r y : ,. the slabs and strips can be made into .

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extend to you and your family a f
pulpwood chips. "

personal invitation to go through and +, ', -' '

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inspect this modern complete SawMill g. .
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Refreshments will be served 'to: all s -- ,,
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FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 1957 -

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yyy y.y y yyi I i in Lakeland. BANDPARENTS -
twLONG Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner of -
BRIDGE Ocala were weekend guests of There will be a meeting of the

AND NEW RIVER their son-in-law and daughter, BHS Band Parents at 8 p.m. Biacrest Sellers..because Iheyte Biggest Sams/

_ Mr. and Mrs. FonnIe Crews. Monday night in the band room.

JOe of High Springsalso ...
Bin. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dowling All Band Parents are urged to
'. made a short visit. attend.

Mr. and Mra Martin Paulson r
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The young folks of New River visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Phelpsin YOU'LL LOVE the new Eaten ii \ b __
last
Baptifit Church presented an Interesting High Springs Sunday. brook prose-size fountain pens If it L. -

program Sunday night .yyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyGRAHAM I pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford WL C $ $ '
Rev. Lonnie Parker of Brooker County Telegraph.

is pastor of the church and he _
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and Mrs. Parker are doing a

great work with the young folksof
NOTICE: TO APICARClrcBlt
the community. Mrs. John McKlnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA la CoBrt. Bradford CBBty
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Johns of Florida IB Chuecry .
Jose A. Fernandez, Plaintiff.!. TS. .. SA
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Jacksonville, ,Mr. and Mrs. yves Lafern McGee Fernandez Defendant. :
ley Johns and children of Gainesville Case No. 10-2128
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand Netlee To Appear
To: Lafern McGee Fernandez.
of Starke were Sunday children attended the Rebecca
\Vynn
whose residence and address is:
afternoon guests of Mrs. Fronie fish supper at the Odd Fellow's Jnknown.
Lodge in Gainesville Saturday You are hereby notified that a suit
:Moody. I for divorce
Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Rauler- afternoon. : has been filed against yon In the r':';
son of Jacksonville were Sunday i Richard Hines of Tampa spent above named Court and cause and -
I you are reautred to serve a copy of .
dinner guests of Mrs. Emily last week with relatives here. your answer or pleading to the
:Moody, also visited their sister, Wilton Starling and friends of complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Kitchen & Schwartz 713 Professional -
Mrs. Ida Moody.Mr. Clearwater spent the weekend Building, Jacksonville 2, -,.- _
and Mrs. Eddie Furr of here with his parents, the P. O. Floridaand L LVjj '. /
file the original to tl16 office .
Ocilla, Ga. were overnight guests g'/
Starlings.Mr. of :
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Mrs. Curtis Youngbloodof or before the 13 day of May '
Lc.slie Forsythe and the Albert 1957; otherwise the allegations of

'Moodys. Tampa spent Saturday night said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken ai Chevrolet trucks are built to be oramic visibility. Look at Chevy's 6-cylinder engines in the history of

Mrs. Mary Snowden is enjoy. and Sunday with the John McKin- "his notice shall be published the biggest savers; latest model-new high-capacity the truck industry! HighperformanceV8 Chevrolet
once each week for four consecutive
ing a week's visit with her sister neys.Mr. weeks In the Bradford County Tele Look at the way they're put together. ton pickup that measures a full 98 power is optional at extra cost in
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Mrs. Jeff Perry, in Hampton. and Mra Ray Starling and graph. 1957. Frames axles, suspensions, all chassis inches in length! lightweight haulers:
Dated this 9 day of April.
:Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson children have moved to Starke. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby components are built to shrug off the And look at Chevy's line-up of Stop by and talk it over with your Task-Force 87
celebrated their 19th wedding Leon Wynn of Tampa spent the Clerk of tha Circuit Court
relentless of V8's and 6's.All Chevrolet dealer. He'll show
anniversary last week In Satsu. weekend here.A. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk beating a long, tough super-efficient heavy- you a
Mr. 4/12 4t 5/3 \ schedule. Look at the safety and con. weight truck models and,many middleweights model that lives up to the latest in

jna the with B. M. Andersons.Mr. Anderson's. parents, A. Youngblood of Waldo is venience features in Chevrolet cabs. come with VS's as stand. engineering advancements; a truck 1hzc1cs ,

and Mrs. Erie Moody and in the Bradford County Hospital NOTICE TO APM5ABIB They're roomy, soft riding; you've ard equipment. Light-duty jobs fea- that will,stay and save on any job

children of Palatka spent last following a heart attack. Florida ClrtBtt IB Court Ckaneerr.Bradford CoBBty. got High-Level ventilation and pan- ture the latest edition of the savingest you care to name! .' 4,: The !"Big VW.ee/lf.. / In trucks'

weekend with the Fernie -The P. O. Starlings and son Mary Ellen Amis Plaintiff, vs. ,., ,,."','"'.-., __ J'- .. &\-.. ..-- ., ._'-
Moodys Dernard Earl Amig. Defendant.Case '"'-01-..,....,..::.._."... . and as,') visited their grand. visited Mrs. Lizzie Hines in High No. 10-2126 -' I t I V 1 '

mother, Mrs. Obey Moody. Springs Sunday. Notice To: Bernard To Appeari Earl Amig. whose Onlyfranchised Chevrolet dealers 'CHEVROLET/ display this famous trademark ---\-. ... .1:.
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and Mrs. James Lavenderand Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. residence is Washington D. C. and .... ..,. .. I
daughter, Pearl, visited Mr. J. C. Moody and ,family were whose address, is: c/o Frank Joy .....:j...... ". .. a.' I ."'-': r.. "' "T."r"- ;'. ." 'S"", it .c-. .
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60 0 Street
Construction Company '
and Mrs. Harold : jS-v>
Shiver in Gainesville *<
Mr. and Mra: J. B. Wright and S. Washington, D. C. 1.
Saturday night. On Sunday, family, Mr.' and Mrs. Balus 'Me You are hereby notified that a suit See Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer

accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kinney, and Mr. and Mrs. .W against for divorce you in has the been above filed named : .

Shiver, they visited the Fowler O. Collins and family, all of Court and cause and you are required -
Wilson and Mrs. Linnie Diak Starke. to serve a copy of your an-
I \swer or pleading to the complainton

the Plaintiff's AttorneyJ. .
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Donald Gibson, 100 Smith
Did g., Jacksonville 2, Florida r
USETuxedo and file the original in tne office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '
or before the 13 day of May,
1957; otherwise the allegations ot
said Com paint will be taken as :
Feeds confessed by you. _
This notice shall be publishedonce '- _
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weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. i& :
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(OFFICIAL SEAL) V4. ,
Charles A. Darby, ,
FAST GROWING Clerk of the Circuit Court : % S i
By Marian L. Clerk. 'rc
Crosby Deputy
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Reta V. Rose. Plaintiff vs. Gordon : .
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Case No. 10-2133
Special Corn, & Wheat Scratch Notice To AppearTo
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: Gordon C. Rose, whose residence -
$3.85 per 100 lbs. and address is: 2625 Brannan 4
Street, Corpus Christ! Texas. 4- .,
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You are hereby notified vYiat a <
; PORK-MAKER HOG FEED suit for a divorce, care custodyand r
control of minor child ,, '
ban been filed against you in the :
above named Court and cause and -
you are required to serve a copy of b. +

Baby Chicks and Poultry Equipment complaint your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the "

Joseph K. Skipper. 221 Florida F
Title Building, Jacksonville 2,
Rat, Mouse and Roach Killer Floridaand 4 4 V V
# file the original in the office of '4 +
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .: : G

Magic Bloom Gro-Tone .For Flowers before 13 day the of M.y. 1957; ; : ; > A .- .::: ,x

And Gardens Premier Peat Moss otherwise the allegations of sa4 :
Complaint will be taken as confessed

This by you.notice shall be published. I f .
: one each week for four consecutive 6 ii
weeks in the Bradford County Tele
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO. graph.
Dated this 10 day of April, 1937.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
539 E. Call St. Starke, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court.Rr .
Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY Tft.1M1tAPB. STAEAE; I'JnBlDA '
'FRlDAy.
APRIL 19. It5T

Y"YY. 'Williams and Mci. ,Betty Kay. :St. Petersburg and Mr. HaIl' blessed
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YYYYYY the.
by services. We were Case No. 10-Z0n '
trol of minor children has been filed of Blseayne'Motor Court uDder Rosetta Williamson, deceased.
I School Spring Vacation J rather in the hospital in Tampa. glad to lee Mrs. Jim Godwin Order .t'P.b84ati.. ad Notice t. against you In the above named which I am engaged In business on 'It it 4/11
Appear State .f Florida to Court aM cause and North U. S. 301. And that the sole
Mrs. Vasco and you are required
Busey
daughter was able to be with
HAMPTON \Today And Monday us,one night Joseph J. Palmierl whose resi- to serve a copy of your an- owner ot said business Is: NOTICE!: 1'0 APPEAR
Friday, April '19, and Monday I of Valdosta Ga. were 'weekend and was able to use her, crutches dence and address Is: UI Leonard ewer or pleading to complaint'011 John W. GlissoD, Rt. 2, Box U.S fa CIrRJt Girt Br..1.,. Gaq
.April 22, will be school holidays I visitors in Hampton with the some again. Street, Brooklyn New York. the PJalntifra Attorney Carl G. irke?Florlda., FLrN.I I. eIk.IIft".
8'Un. D. E. InnAAAAAAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA You are required to appear on Swanson'109 Law Exchange Funding Dated this Z7th day ot March, Mice Joann Cook, Plaintiff TL
for Easter Mrs. 01a M. Perkins, Hershel Parkers and John Parker.Mr. May.6, 1957. hI' the above named Jacksonville Z, Florida and file 1957. at Starke, Bradford County .John S. Cook, Defendant.
Hampton,Elementary School principal and Mrs. Russell Starling CARD OF THANKS 'Court and cause, wherein plaintiff the original In the office of the Florida. Case No. lO-ZlOl
and children of Graham moved seeks divorce care, custody- and Clerk at the Circuit Court fD or 3,35 4t 4/1' Nodes T. Appear. -
said this week. control of minor child. before the 6th dky of May. U57: To; John S. Cook whose residence
Shower Compliments School''pictures taken on Fri- last Saturday into the Wiley Our heartfelt thanks ta all Bradford County Telegraph shall otherwise the allegations of old and address 15: 107 Castle Drive,
.boy Wllllams Williamson house in Hampton. who extended comforting publish this Order In next tour Complaint will be taken as confessed I. n. C..aatr .r.dp'. Court I. Atwater, CaUfornla. '
day of last week will be back sym- weekly Issues. 1 by you. And Fer Bradford C..tT, You are hereby DOtlnN that
Miss Avoy Williams, bride- In about two weeks, she said. The Starlings have three chil- pathy and help in our recent sor- Witness my hand and officials$1 This notice shall b. pUblished PI4trlcl. 'Ia Probate. suit for divorce a
elect, of Cpt. David Younker, was dren, two attending Hampton at Starke, Florida, this :1rd: once each week for four consecutive IX liE: Estate of Rosetta Williamson has been fled, against you In the
honored Thursday evening, April These may either be purchased Elementary School. row. For the beautiful service day of April 1957. weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph deceased. above named Court and cause and
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
OFFICIAL SEAL .
returned to the school ( )
or kind- you are required to serve a
11. with a, miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon vL"otors at floral offerings, and other Charles A. Darby, Dated. this Sth day of March, FOR FOAL DISCHARGE OF your answer or pleading to the copy complaint of-
it Hampton town hall Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Birt were the Raleigh Brannen home in nesses, we are deeply grateful.Mr. As Clerk of Said Court 1957. EXEC11TORTe IIn the Plaintiff'. Attorney
hosts Sunday afternoon, April U, N. J. Strickland. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL) An tabor It May C.aeerarNotice Alfred C. Scott, SOl Smith Build.ing
and ltfrs. -
Mrs. J. IL Williams won the Hampton were Mr. and. Mrs. t b. Martin J. Pearl, 206 Smith Building, Is hereby given that I Jacksonville 2, Florida
to 15 children for an Easter egg :raId Charles A. Darby have filed fi al returns as Ex-
Jacksonville Z, Florida my and file tile original In
tbe
ioor prize and games prizes H. Layfield and family of Gaines- office of
hunt at their farm home near AU)&. for Pl!. !/5 4t 4/6 Clerk of the Circuit Court. ecutrix of the estate of Rosetta the Clerk of the Circuit Court
were won by Mrs. Marvin Faile Hampton.. :ville. :Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore By Marion 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Williamson, deceased: that I have or before the U day of April, 011 1957:or:
and Mrs. George W1l1iams. Fol- of Archer' Mrs. D. W. :Moore of NOTICE APPEAR 4/5 U t/ZG filed my petition for final discharge otherwise, the allegations 0' o.ld
Mr. and Mrs. Hal C. Sessions NOTICE TO APPEAR la Circuit Court, Bradford County, and that I will apply tq the .Complaint will be taken al eonfwad .
lowing opening of the gifts re- and daughters of Austin, Minn. Starke, and Mrs. T. F. Brown I. CIF1t Court Bradford C..t"Florid. '" Florida, I. CJaUUf'J' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Honorable Theron A. Yawn, Jr.., by 70U.
freshments of cake and punch of Hampton.Mrs. .. I. Chaaeery.R Mary Bennett, Plaintiff, vs. Conrad REGISTER FICTITIOUS ti.\lE County Judge of''E'radford County, This notIce shall be IIUOllsbeiS
are visiting this week with rir. L. Sikes; Plaintiff, vs. Stella Lee Bennett, Defendant. Notice Is hereby given that the Florida on April 22. 1957. for ap- once each week for four CORStCU.tlve .
were served to 23 guests pres- and Mrs. W. C. Collins in Hamp- R. C. Gray. and daughters Rae Sikes. Defenda 102123R.tl. Case No. 10-113 undersigned under the provisions of proval of the same and for final 'weeks fn the Bradford County
ent.Cake were trimmed of Jacksonville stayed in Cttse No. Notice To AppearTo Chapter 0,953. Laws rot Florida, discharge as Executor ot the es- Telegraph
squares ton.- Mrs. Sessions is Mrs. Co11in.s'daughter. T.. A..... Conrad Lee Bennett, whose Acts of 1941, will rE'gister.with tate of Rosetta Williamson, deceased. Dated this Z7 day of March US'':.
with Easter egg candies in coconut Hampton from Thursday to Sat- Stella Rae Sikes, whose residence residence and address is: 17 CentmJ the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in (OFFICIAL, F.AIr.harlflll A. Darby
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nests and mixed flowers decorated Mrs. 1. A. Hall spent last urday last week with the J. :and address is: Parkvlew Carolina.Grocery Avenue, Port Jefferson, New York. and for Bradford County, Florida March l6, 1951. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Washington North You are hereby notified that a suit upon receipt of proof of publication i DeWitt C. Jones; By MarlanlL. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the refreshment and gift week In Tampa attending the W. Homes, and also visited many Yon are hereby notified that a atilt for divorce, care, custody and con- of this notice, the fictitjous name Executor of the estate of :1/9: 4t 4/11

tables. Grand Chapter O. E. S. as a other friends'here during that 1 aheen for divorce-filed against you in the

Hostesses for the occasion delegate from the Waldo chapter. tim L I above- named Court and cause and ..

were Mrs Arnold Haddock, Mrs. While thertV she visited Mr. and i Mrs. James Sims and children :you your are answer required or to pleading serve a to the .

Raleigh Brannen, Mrs. Frank 'Mrs. Ma'hew and daughter in of Gainesville were Sunday din- oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney
ner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Mar- Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Bunding,
Jacksonville %,
vin Faile and daughters.A and file the Floridathe office

Sunday guest at the home, of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit day of C urn pn

of Mrs J. L. WillIams and Russell 195'7.' otherwise the allegations ofi
Williams was Mrs. Wesley i said Complaint will be taken at!
'confessed by )'ou.
McRae of Pine Level. '..This notice han be Ished
each week for four consecutive
1 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Melton I weeks once In the Bradford Count. Tele-

and children of St. Mary's. Ga.. graph.
U57. .
Dated this t day of April,
arrived Sunday evening for a (Official Seal) Charles A. Darb. A
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visit with his parents, the 1. 1. Clerk of the Circuit Court '
Marian L. Crosby, Det"lty Clerk
By
Meltons.Mr. t/12 tt, 6/3 ,
and Mrs. Horace May of -
j Hampton and WiL n May of In The Circuit Court, Ehrt.tla. andFor
Circuit of Florida, la
i Gainesville drove to Jacksonville Bradford Count,.. I. Perpetu

Sunday to visit relatives.VVYYVYYVvvvv..m..n. Ricardo Aure, Plaintiff vs. I : .
t Aure, Defendant TO Case DEFEND No. 10.2117110TICE rl,..

i To: PE'rpetua Aure, Asls des
MunE'z, Cavlte. philippine I .. s' t I 1 I.
You are hereby notified that a < 't x
CLAY HILL suit for divorce bas been filed
against you in the above entitled

cause file; and your you Answer are withy y the required Clerk US\ ;
? II Mrs. l. L. StricklaM&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA to ;
III of Court, and to vAttorney.
thereofthis upon Plaintiff's ,
C Samuel V. Holch, 409.A Main Street
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k ,,, Jesse Manning returned from than 6th day of 4U "
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ii lit the hospital Tuesday of last fail to do so. a Decree Pro Confesso for the 9 ': C< .
II ++ w.area will be entered against you
W ,opWa' week, but has to go back fre- relief demanded in the E'iU of Com-
and ob- plaint. ae
quently for treatment seal of
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WITNESS my
..-....;. -.-..-.--=- r.rvation.Rev. aId Court this 3rd day of April,
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r it George Chism, pastor of 1957.
the Highland Church, and some .(COUnT SEAL Charles) A. Darby i .

of his congregation were calling Clerk Circuit Court ar
W Florida r
RCA Victor [....oid. This consoleswivels'aims' on folks in the Clay Hill section Starke t,5 U !/26la
afternoon. He filled his
Saturday
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both picture and sound I ,
Circuit Court, Bradford County
Hill
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Clay
in any direction! 261 sq.in.of viewable appointment Florida In C..uru).
Balanced fidel- Church last Saturday night, and Reulah H. Nodine Plaintiff, VS.
'Uving Image" picture.
Jim Strickland will be the Leon C. Nodine, Df'fendant.
fly Sound. Illuminated tuning dial. Case No. 10-111
speaker on April 20. ... t.
P.1tUeaUo.
Order of
Mahogany grained, walnut grainec'. 1r and Mrs. Bud Wilkinson Appear: Stale of Florida Tote

limed oak grained (extra.) finishe. of Hugh spent Sunday with his Leon C. Nodint, whose residence, South
and \address 15: Laadrum
Model 211738. mother, Mm Gertie Faircloth.We Carolina. 1 I K 0

Other Models From enjoyed attending the re- May You are 6. 1957 required, in the appear abon oa WAS
$134-95 vival at Long Branch Church named Court and cause wherein
and feel that all were greatly plaintiff seeks divorce and restorar
tlon of former name.
Bradford County Telegraph Ihan
f. publish this Order In next four
weekly Issues.Witness .
my hand and official S
GAY'SHome seal :at Starke, Florida, this ,28th ,
day of March, 1957.
Charles A. Darby,
Appliances Clerk of the Circuit Court.
TV ServiceAll fly Marion L. CrosbY, Deputy Clerk S 6A
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tTTTTTTTTT yyyyyyyy..1. Thursday afternoon. .I; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns, and First
1 :Mr. and Mrs. D. G. \Vllkerson.were her son, Ronald. They all visited Baptist Church yyyy yyyyyy. .yyyyy yyyyyyyyy yyy yYVyyyyyy y.y. list Church for Choir No. 2, Dea-, mon was preached by Rev.. Nel

LAWTEYy Sunday guests of Mr. and: their Grandfather John McCormick NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED con Willie Green president The' ion of Gainesville. Total money
Sunday' School- 945.
Mrs. H. R. Barratt at the State in Bradford County' Hos- ; morning service Included music raised for the day was $72.89.-
I The Easter -Service at will
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Farm. pital on Sunday afternoon, CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY by Choir No. 2 and Philadelphia Joan Jenkins, reporter.
Bin. Joyce T. Futch : Mr. and Mrs. begin with the "processional of Baptist Church Lawtey. During Born
Mrs. Rosa O'Neil and Mrs. Clara Dan Harley and First Church continuedits
AAAAA AAAAAAAA. Crawford of Ocala were weekend: family spent,, the weekend with the choirs." Five choirs Win sing By Ozon J. Shell the afternoon service, Mr.i soul-saving meeting all last

guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Jack: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards'' and !and the message will be broughtby ..AA. AA AAA AA ---- aaaA. & . . McArthur and his choir of Key : week. The general public is always -
Mrs. Sam Hicks and Mr. and Crawford. They were all in Jacksonville family of Daytona. '1 the pastor.Dr. -----------aaaaaaa&AAAA stone Heights presented the program welcome.,Elder F. Howard,

Mrs. Glenn Shuford had as week- on Sunday evening for a Mr. and Mrs. A. J.. (Buddy) i Claude. Murphee, universityof Sisters Marched in Reno and out of the city are invitedto and at 7 p. m. the Johnson pastor; Sister W. strong, reporter. -

end guests Mrs. Floyd Martin and visit with Miss Gloria Crawfordand Starling returned to the H. C. Florida organist, win presentan On Saturday the Sisters oftheswish attend: The club with the Chapel choir sang and the aer-'! I
Mrs. Darrell Farley of Daytona.' Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Muse Harley home this weekend after; ogran recital beginning at 4 < marched in Reno, accompanied largest group of members in at- ..

Mr. and Mra Edwin Padgett: and baby. a visit. with Mr. and Mrs. Allan I p. m. during which the new Bald- : by several of the tendancq will receive a cash ---

spent Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs.I Mrs. Mae Wells, and Mrs. Nolan in Baldwin.Mr. win Concert'organ will be dedi- Brothers of the Brush. Many sisters prize. Plan now to.attend. Corene .

Charles Lang at Clay Hill.. Martha Balea and daughters and Mrs. Norman Hamiltonof ] cated.Training. have been very helpful in McNeil, president, R. B. Cohen, See BILLY JACKSONFOR

Mrs.' Carl Prevatt and Mrs. L.H. visited Mrs.. Ruth Barthlow and Jacksonville were Wednesday: union will be held at the sale of pins, buttons, badges, reporter.

,Harper of Kingsley Lake were Mrs. Effie Mae Green in Middle- evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. I 6:15.: permits and bonnets. The next Starke Visitors -

business visitors to Gainesville.on burg on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. H. H. Hamilton. : -Eyenlng. services at 7:30 will issue win carry the honor roll Rev. 'and Mrs. J. H. McKiS-

Tuesday.Mrs. Theodore Crews and fami-I Mrs. M. F. Peterson and grand-: feature the singing of 70 voicesin Of sisters. All reports must be sick' and Mrs. Sue; Freeman of TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING
A. H. Harley Sr. is In daughter, Suson Bedziak, of. the combined choirs. The song in by Saturday April 20. If you
ly visited the J. T. and Marklee Aiken and Columbia S.
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Jacksonville for a visit with Mr. Padgett families in Clay Hill Chicago are visiting Mrs. Agnes I service of congregational' singing have not sold the buttons or were house' guests of And All Type Tractor Work
and Mrs. Nelson Blocker. Swanbom and Miss Dorothy. will be conducted by Lavern OUtlaw have them fut on credit please
afternoon.Mrs. .
Sunday the Shells last weekend.
Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and I Swanbom. and the message brought by collect for them and report. The PHONE 165
Howard Martin and children i McKissick has accepted the call
daughters of Jacksonville spent Friends of Walter Wilkison'willbe the pastor. sub-service stand will be closed
Friday and Saturday with Mrs.I of Titusville are visiting I I glad to know that he has returned Colored moving pictures will after Saturday"* and all suppliesmay to the First Baptist Church, St

Mattie Henders&n and the Col. Mrs., Mandy Manning.Mr. I home from Riverside ,Hos- be taken at the close of the morn- be purchased downtown just Augustine and will assume duty W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER

Norsworthys.The and Mrs. Louis Crews of I pital. Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Wilki- ing service and the service will across from the Centennial JaiL June 2. They were enroute to S.

Robert Waldrons had as Starke and Theodore Crews visit-i ran and family of Miami, and be broadcast over \V1>V1l. vvMethodist set this center to help C. after attending the Florida
Sunday guests Mrs. Hazel Cour- ed their mother, Mrs. H. C. Crews, : Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and up you Baptist Convention in St Peters-
i in advance,
I get ready Saturdaywill
sen and Mrs. Hilburn Waldronand ii' Jacksonville on Sunday. I family of Jacksonville spent the burg. Persons in the Starke
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Church 1 be the last chance to complete YOIJb ) -
family of Jacksonville, and ; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green: weekend with their parents. Mr. I delegation included Rev. and Mrs. SURPRISED .
Mr. and Mrs. Hilmun Waldron of i of Ocala were weekend guests of: and Mrs. Walter Wilkison. I Sunday, 9:45: Sunday School your outfit for the biF Alphonso Jenkins, Sri, Rev. A.
which will be Friday, WHAT
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parade
Starke.Mr. I I sMr and Mrs. Ellery Moore.. Mr. and Mrs.,Landon Griffis of Vinson Sister Mary Lee Frazier, C.4NDO
and Mrs. Glen Shuford,i Mrs. Commodore Crews and Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. 11 -" Morning worship, "Our May 10 according to a statement Rev. George Lee and others. All ABOUT
Christ. Eddie THE
Mrs. Sam Hicks, Mrs. Floyd 1 daughters had as guests duringthe Levin Griffis last weekend from Principal repotted a delightful and success- HOUSE -
Martin, and Mrs. Darrell Farley I weekend Mrs.: Emily Ritchie Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis and 6:15: -* Recreation time for Thompkins who is general ful meeting at Travelers Rest SAVE

attended a birthday dinnner at I and daughter and. Glen Stelle of family of Jacksonville were Satur- MYF. chairman. He is planning to secure Baptist Church. MONEY TOO ad

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan: Miami, and _Mr. and Mrs. Glen day guests of the Vernie Padgetts.Mr. 6:45 '"Dine-A-Mite" for in- several good bands' for that day. I New : -

PJarrish at Maxville. i Crews\and baby, of, Raiford. and Mrs. Theodore Box and tern\ediates and .seniors. Free; ridesill. be availablefor Telephones
Mr. and 7:15 Worship and business all kiddies especially those Commissioner Bishop, managerof f't1
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Fri' Mrs. Rowell Prevatt daughter J. D. and Dianna -
day night and Saturday with her and family spent Sunday with Adams. and Joyce Morrison spent meeting for MYF. who are members of ,the Junior the Starke Telephone Co. has ( -

sister, Mrs. C. E. Strickland, in Mr. and|Mrs. Ernest Southerland the weekend in Tampa with Frank Monday, 7:30 p. m. '- Methodist Shavers or Little Miss Belle been able to install several 'new p SES

Gainesville.Mr. II ir Lake Butler. Adams. Men's Club meeting in recreation groups. phones in Reno which included:

and Mrs. Bill Pendarvia' Troy Bennett of Titusville Grant Green of Valdosta wasa hall.Tuesday Called Meeting Maude E. Magee, 2-Y, the daughter ..

and family were Sunday dinner: spent the weekend with Mrs. weekend guest of :Mr. and Mrs. 9:30'a* m.WSCS American Legion' Post Auxiliary of Sister Laura Whitmore:

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene' Bennett and Gary. Preston Green and sons. prayer group in-the church sane- 314 will meet at RJE on Deacon S. Hankerson 512-Y; Fred

Austin in Highland. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brinson Those enjoying a, birthday din- .tuary. *. Thursday, April 18, at 8 p. Williams. '512-R; and Ozora

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosleyand and family of Chiefland were ner for Mrs.Nancy Keene at the Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.- Prayer All members are asked to m.1 Shell, 512W. Bishop has pro- f

family of Jacksonville visited I. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hart: home' .on Sunday meeting and Bible Study Continuing present as the delegates must be I mised to extend this service as

the Dave Tanners on Sunday eve Harold Starling.Mr. were: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yar- study of the Book of elected to attend the Department soon as equipment is available.
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ning.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Southerland brough and family, Mrs. Gertrude Romans. Convention in Fort Lauderdale The above persons wish to thank = -I I
and Mrs Arthur Pearce had I Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews and Tyre and daughter, the R. C. Thursday, 7:30 Sub-district May 17-19. President Marshall is the telephone company for this fARKE SE

as Saturday evening guests Misf 5 family the Ernest Raulerson Keene family, the Charley Yar- meeting for MYF at. Waldo. I urging all members to attend to- important community service.

R Glen Ann Sapp of Miami and 1 family, Miss Ruby Lee and Frank brough family of Jacksonville, 7:30 Chancel choir rehear night. Installation of the'new Cancer Driver &
Mr. and' Mrs. R. W. Sapp and Johnson attended a sing at the the Vanice Keene family of Glen sal. BUILDERS SUPPLIES f-\ 3
officers will be made at the first The Cancer Drive will extend ,,
daughter of Jacksonville. Church of Christ in Lake Butler
St. Mary the L. C. and Newn
'Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Testoncarried afternoon. meeting in May. All officers- through April according to a
ISunday
Bradley families/ the Rudolph Presbyterian Church. elect asked to be at the school e45e333FL !
are statement from the county chair- ,
J. B. Teston to Sanfordto }fro and Mrs. Milo Smith and % !
visit his son-in-law and daughter. -:I family and"Mias Shirley Mitchell Chisms and Mrs Phoebe Baker \ on Sunday May 5. Corene .}, man, Miss Dorothy Alvarez. The
and family all of Starke and Friday =: Neil Ic-1
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Tyner, were recent guests of Mr. and Adult'.choir'prac- reporter. quota for our division is $150.
I I the Allan Harts. tice. 8 p. m. Most Ancient Matron Sophia !You are a. >loyal of citi-
and then motored to Ocoee to Mrs. E. Mitchell in Lebanon, Va. group
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred :Moore, had Sunday Sunday school, 9:45a. Royal left Starke Tuesday morning -
spend the weekend with relatives Mrs. Lee Green and daughtershad zens, you did it for Polio you
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkisonand a family birthday dinner for as guests during the week Mrs. m. to attend the Grand Lodgein did it for Red Cross, you included .
C. Y. Mayo, of Tampa, Mrs. Will Morning worship! "The Tri- Jacksonville. for the
sons of Jacksonville attended Mr. Green and Mrs. J. S. Eunice I $49 Heart Fund
services at the First Baptist Jr. on Sunday. I Edwards, of Jacksonville Mrs. umph Song of the Resurrection," Thurston School News I now do it for the last time this
Church dinner I Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. D. Andrews and daughter of 11 a., m. for
on Sunday, were Mosley and forget the school's annual year "CANCER. Lightsonwill
guests of Donald's parents, Mr. daughter were in Jacksonville on Wildwood, and Mrs. Drew Red- 'Youth fellowships 6 p. m. commencement activities whichWill I be held in Starke on Wed

and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clif- dish and son. of Starke. Evening worship service l start with the ,Educational May 1. Sunday April 28, is
Perry Davis had as guests last ford Johns. )rlr. and :Mrs. Joe Starling and I National
7:30.Monday Sermon on Sunday, May 12, at American Cancer So-
week Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Sr., daughter, Geraldine, and Mrs. Starke Social Club,. Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church Lincoln ciety Sunday. .

and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Davis of and Mrs. Earl Gibson and familyof James Starling carried James First Methodist Church, 7:30 p. City. The address will be Mrs. Lougenia Smith has re- '
Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville were Saturday back to Fort Benning, Ga. on m. \ 100
delivered by Rev. E. L. Walker, turned home CUSTOMERSIN
r Mrs. Carl Vanzant who w&a evening guests of Rev. and Mrs. Wednesday and were overnight I Tuesday __ Women of Church after visiting rela-
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pastor On Tuesday May tives in
patient in Bradford County Hos- W. L. Mills Jr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. 8 .per m. *> Lakeland and other Florida -
May Day exercise will be held at cities.
pital for several days, returnedto Russell Tyson of Jacksonville Calvin at Lenox, Ga. Wednesday Since the pastor -
I the school. Music will be fur-
her home on Thursday.Mr. visited the Ernest Raulerson family The Spring Song Festival that will be attending the General Church News STARKE
nished by the A. L. Mebane High
and Mrs. Ernest Williams I on Sunday evening. was presented by the sixth grade Assembly of the Pre yterian School Band of Alachua. The Easter Sunday services will beheld

and son of Lake City were Sun-. James Padgett of Lake Wales and the opportunity class last Church. S., regular mid-week will be at Allen Chapel as follows:
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. visited the Harry Wilkersons and week was a huge success. Thanks services and Junior choir commencement program School .
prac- Sunday 1,0 a. m. Morning
held at Ebenezer Baptist, Rev. j
Hubert Priest and family. j }ors. Katie Padgett on Sunday. I r to their teachers for a swell job. ticeill not be held. Worship 11:30
" a. m. Special Easter 9BOTTLED
W. Strong pastor. Adress will be
Mra James'Waters and sons :Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lanier of I
and Mrs. Charley Bowen visited Baldwin were Thursday guests of vV>nyT.y.yyyyyy..y.1.. delivered by Principal Eddie l'I ( program 3:30 p. m., presentedby
committee: Sisters N. L. Pullum -
,Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Mr.-and Mrs. Jack- Reynolds, and September Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. Thompkins of RJE high school Bell
; Fannie: Morris Mae
in Maxville" on Sunday Mrs. Lomie Mosley. BROOKER ., outgoing president ''Conducted diplomas will be presented by Lois Morris and Louise Broxton. GAS ,
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. B.- Hiatt and the to install the Supervisor Shell. The school closing -
ceremony Evening serVlce7:30 m.
Me. and Mrs. Nick Pope and daughters spent the weekend at I plays were presented by the p. On ,
following officers: President, Mrs.
daughter of Jacksonville were,Crystal River. By Mrs. Joyce Castlen children on Tuesday night. The April 28 the Church Trustees,
Wood 1st 7.50 PER BOTTLENo
Vice
: I Lloyd ; President, under of
leadership Levy Lennon,
weekend guests of the Ed Car- Mr. and Mrs.* Percy Starling costumes were very colorful and
AAA AAAA AAAA uaaaa..r Mrs. G. E. Green; 2nd Vice President will present the Sensational .
ters. of Ocala spent Sunday with Mrs. were made primarily by Princi-
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp and Nettie and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot (Held from last 'week) Mrs. Ann Kleinman Recording pal S. C. Price. There will be Hummingbirds of Miami at RJE 'installation Charge
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Secretary Mrs.: Wilson .
family had as guests during the Starling and daughter. Birthday Party 15 pupils in the fourth grade school cafetorium at 7:30 p. m.
weekend J. D. Sapp and sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban had Romona Harrell celebrated her Green; Corresponding Secretary. who will go to the RJE at the Get your tickets early.-.
Mrs. Lottie Edwards; TreaSurer
Cecil Field and Mr. and Mrs. as guests Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 7th birthday anniversary last ; end of this term D. B..Jackson .Broxton reporter.
., Wiley Smith and family of Jack- Williams of Jacksonville and Mr. 7th birthday annniversary April Mrs. G. W. Davis. Each new officer reporter. I II i Anniversary services were held

sonville. I and Mrs. George Williams of> 6 with a party that will was presented with a corsage I Carnation Club Anniversary { last Sunday at New Bethel Bap- CALL JOE SHAW
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Higgin- Hampton. : her many friends who attended.I. with an appropriate color I I
botham and daughter of Maxville Deborah Smith of Savannah The 52 youngsters first met at flower' and ribbon befitting her The Carnation Club will hold I

were Sunday guests of Mr. and Ga. is visiting her cousins Judy her_ house and opened the lovely duties. Hostesses for the evening I its next meeting at the home of I II YOU'LL LOVE the new Cster Lake Butler ,Bottled Gas Co.
i Mrs. Dave Green Mrs. Alma Jenkins Estelle.St. brook pruse-size fountain pen* Ir
Mrs. Nathan Starling: and Brenda Bennett.Mr. gifts. Then hopped ona were Mrs. on
everyone .
Mr. and Lottie Mrs. Banie I on Monday, ,April 22. President pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad- Ph. HYATT 6.2731 Lake Butler Fla.
Mrs. Owen (Dink) Cas- and Mrs. D. B. Thomas big truck with hay and wentto Edwards Molt i I ,
sels of Lockloosa were weekend and 'family were Sunday guests ; the Raud Crews farm where Mrs. Ann Kleinman and Joyce McNeil asks all members to be ford County Telegraph. t ,

.guests of the Guy Futches., of Mr.. and Mra Mack McKinney games; were played and refreshments Castlen. I present The: last t meeting was I .
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly in Jacksonville.Mrs. served. Then back on the The Brooker Church of Chris held at the home of Mrs. Bessie I .

visited Mrs. Julia Hingson in J. R. Hinson was the truck again for a ride to Worth-I is engaged in a 10-day revival Lee at which ,time a twin baby .. 1 r ., tC, p 'Y --. -

Bradford, County Hospital on weekend guest of her parents, ington Springs and LaCrosae and meeting with Parker Henderson shower was given for R. B. Cohen

-, back home. of Gainesville conducting the and Bessie Lee, sisters. Many use-'S Spring
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1 -- 75th BirthdayMrs. services each night. The publics ful gifts were given by the

cordially invited to attend. bers. The shower came as, mem-\\
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Lizzie Green celebrated her A -
Madison Street ChurchPresently prise to both of them. At
Baptist 75th birthday at the home of her Mrs. Edd Polk spent last week

I daughter, Mrs. E. W. Hodges on with Mr and Mrs. Marvin meeting, plans were completed I Tire .
friendsand Stokes in Edgar for the 7th Anniversary which
March 31. Around 140
( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) relatives were there, to wish Recent visitors ,of Mr. and will be held 'at RJE high school .

her birthday. Mrs. Edd S. Polk and family cafetorium on Sunday, April 28, ,
,Good a happy Amongthe
Singing Forceful Preaching Tetstone from 4 to 6 Theme for the
out of town guests were Mr. were the C. J. family of p. m.

, and :Mrs. E. W- Hodges Jr. andS Starke, and the Perry Osleen 'show"will be "Spring Garden Sale

t Sunday School _______________________ 9:45 A.M. family of Americus, Ga., Mr. ancMra of Newberry. Revue" you will see,models from s:
Mr. and Mrs. Perk Cook of tiny tots to teenagers and adults i I
Morning Worship -------_-------___11:QQ A.M. Thad Carter and Mr. and( A
Mrs. C. M. Chambers and familyof Ocala, Mr. and Mrs.. Everett just as'they appeared on the Easter -

Training Union' --______JL,---------___ 6:45 P.M. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs Skipper of High Springs and Mrs. I Parade. The narrator will be .

{ Evening Worship -_-__________________ 8:00: P.M. Covert Green and family, Mr. and Beady Connerly of Tallahassee ,Fannie Bell .Morris.. All clubs in s
r Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. Mrs., Leo Green and family, Mr. visited .Mrs. Mattie Sowells last I ,mss now goingon
M and Mrs. Joe Green and familyMr. week. Mrs. 'Viola Gillis of .

and Mrs. Harold Dukes and Gainesville was a Saturday guestof
Come And Bring The'Children Room For All family, Mr. and Mrs. James Mann Mrs. Sowells. 1 sL *

A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU! end family, Mr. and Mrs. HowardRedding Little Reeda Lewis, who Is '
and family, Mr. and Mrs. visiting here from Gary, Ind. !

REV. I. E. ENLOW. Pastor Mulling and family of Palatka, celebrated her 4th birthday an- I'I .4 ;;;, ;.. 7. '

i P. T. Nolin,. Supt. Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Olen Parriah of niversary. at the home of her I I

1 1" II ,, 1'1 Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. DavidParrish grandparents, the C. r... Alkin.- ..-. .
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I and family, Mrs. VirgieAdams sons last Saturday afternoon.

and daughters, Mrs. LinnieAdams Mrs. Armanda Lewis and L. "

May and baby, and Fay A. Green were honored Sunday 3-T SUPEROTHIONSGOOD

I Adams all of Alachua Mr. and with a dinner at the Civic, Cen- .

Mrs. C. T. Edwards and familyMr. ter. Each was having a birth-

Easter ServicesFIRST and Mrs. Jimmie Carr and day, and this was a good occasion ,.-. Our door i is rY.'w y

family, Mr. and Mrs Albert Rain for friends and relatives to
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and family of Gainesville, Mr. and get together. always : /'
Mrs. G. W. Parrish and familyof Sorry to hear that Aunt Rosa'Pinholster \

Providence, and Mr. and Mrs! is ill and hope she open 'to you 4.-. -.--_, .BrriS5'l.. .-._--.._ -.f_ ",- -.'".. _..-. ..! """
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BAPTIST CHURCH Dock Andrews of Lake City, Mr. will soon be back home and ;.iI'

and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge and around again. t tMr" .for This tire is famous Goodyear quality inside
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family, and Mrs. Ralph Goodg and_ Mrs. Talmadge Polk \ ""'\ .
Starke Florida and out! The exclusive 3-T 9 5
and children of Starke, Mrs. Etta and children" .jof Trenton were Why try to be triple-tempered,

Berry Orval of Brookins Graham,and Rev. and Mrs.! L.Sunday. Atkinsons.diii guests of the C. insurance adviser your? own It's Cord body fights off the big tire killers _
t \ family of
Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and _part of our job to give you Heat,:Shock, and Fatigue. Tough, durable Tub..ry
DR. CLAUDE MURPHREEIn all the help
Mrs. Doshie Prescott and grand- family and Mr. and Mrs. WilliamDukes you need in 6.00 a I 16
daughter: Frances spent the weekend Jr.' and family attendedthe choosing sound insurance tread gives extra wear and safety. better., Plu,fo r..f

Organ Recital and Organ Dedication with the at the Danville Churchof protection for your home 'It recappobl fir*
I Vincent Bazars in Sing car,family or business.We traction on starts, stops and turns. Get )-T 'J
Jacksonville. .
Christ last Sunday.Mr. .
4:00 P.M. I .
I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russand and Mrs.( Orea Prescottand do it free. We do it care. Super-Cushions now at this rock-bot- xu 1111 is m east rlrsalk. Fer.,

Morning Worship at 11 o'clock son of Melbourne spent the children of Tampa and Mr. fully. And we do it gladly.- tom price! a-** *** **.. StNtkbrs .. .$1. 295'
.. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ErnestRuss and Mrs. Claude Ptescott and Callus.\ .

Five Choirs I and also ,the Brookins in family of Starke were* Sunday
Hampton visitors of Mrs. Doshie PrescottMisses. As low! as $1.25 a week for a set of,FOUR !

PASTOR'S MESSAGE "NOT HERE" Mrs. Reed LewiS and daughterReeda ; Kathryn and, BettyePrescott H. .C. Wall Agency ..
and Mrs C. L. Atkinsonand of Tampa are spendinga MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON .ANY OJHER KIND

son Anthony were business few days this week with their Phone 1
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EVENING HAPPY HOUR AT 7:30
visitors in Jacksonville Monday. grandmother Mrs. Doshie Pres- I

We are glad to report that J. cott. p. 200 E. CaD Street ,

70 Voice Choirs SingA K. Douglas and M.'D. Harrell are --
4 both home from the hospital 'St lke. Fl* I Service Station

Cordial Welcome To All t Installation Services THE BIGHT POINT for -theway T Rtpretenting Uu GOODMAN S

The Brooker Garden Club met you write. Come In. and eHartford Fire I SEEBER D. GOODMAN

in Friday the! night Community for the Center final meeting last- lect your favorite.ESTEEBROOKFountain InsuranceCompany 4I e !- U. S. 301 at South City Limits

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Attends Meeting : Rev. Zvoda To SpeakThe Beau.. Brummel I!Many Unhappy i i Loco/.Entrants In FFA Sale 1 BHS Debaters this Marilyn ita first Cox year., rated,: excellent in

Seeber Goodman, local Sinclair Rev. Walter Zvoda a orations and impromptu speaking

dealer: was among those selectedby former Roman Catholic, will con k I Tell Rotarians at Athens, told of the stiff com

the company to attend a recent tinue a series of lectures concern- Over Saturday I
petition the team encountered at _
two-day council. meeting in --Jack ing the difference of doctrinal : 1 Of Techniques
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sonville. beliefs between Catholics and -1 the Southeastern meet, and outlined -

I was very impressed with the Baptists with a lecture at the --' Of some of the team's hopes for
Closing :P. 0. Three members of the BHS de
.effort that Sinclair is, putting Heilbronn Springs Baptist Churchat the future.
bateteam spoke at the Rotary
forth to understand dealer problems 7:30 April 25.
Club Wednesday, demonstratingthe Fritz Pellum, who won a superior -
and to get practical solutions The third talk in the series
contribute A lot of things are taken for technique that has brought (top) rating in his initial
River
dealers to the New
by asking sponsored by
I
granted in Starke-that church them high honors recently In the
field of after
Good- venture into the
:Mr. last
i idea and suggestions Baptist 'Assn. was given
( will be held on 'Sunday, that State :Meet, aa well as the Southern -
man said.Among. night (Thursday) at the Brooker the" stores will close on Wednes- Association Speech -Tournament dinner speaking at Athens, gavea

the topics discussed lubri-at Baptist Church. The lecture has day afternoon and'that the banks at Athens, Ga. humorous discourse on "Why I

cation the meeting service were the improved clean restrooms been previously presented at the will close on holidays :Mark Moore, who was rated excellent -Would Not Be A School Teacher."

Church and the And until last in the after dinner speech The students were accompanied
point of sale pro- Kingsley Baptist Saturday,/ rest- ----
program. First Baptist Church., 1 dents here took it for granted Local FFA Chapter entries at Store at Starke. Noegel's 301 category at Athens, discussed the by their speech instructor. C. L.
notion and others. that the the Show and Sale held last Friday Restaurant
Pos
Office would be and George Kope- techniques of debating and some Overturf. The program was in
open on Saturday in at the J. D. Odom Livestock louses' Garden Restaurant. Also
morning, cf the experiences of the team in charge of Harry Rabb.
fact many people depended on it, Market at Gainesville are ((1-r) bidding ''was the Florida Bank at
I RAUM'S not thinking it could beJ other- Sidney Newman, John Allen Starke and the Charley E. Johns -- ----

Shadd Jerry Suggs and Dick. Insurance Agency.
wise.But That's Our Business
Saturday the Starke Smith Also working to insure a suc- ..M

TV &' RADIO SERVICE Office as well as offices all Post over Dick made the best showing of cessful sale of the locally _grown I I1IS_, g-1j If It's Glass We Have Iii!

the country was shut down be- the quartet, with his steer com .steers were the Bradford County liii! CALL WRITE or VISIT

228 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida cause of Postmaster General ing ,in 9th. In the competition. I Cattleman's Assn., Bradford County -

Summerfield's edict that it would 10, FFA Chapters participated. i Farm Bureau and the Soil Joe Peters Glass Co.

take $47 million more to keep Representatives of Starke and i Conservation District Supervisors.J .

them Bradford County businesses bid D. Odom donated to the
open.
PHONE 509 :.-, Scores of on the local steers, and to ensurea FFA clubs all commissions dur- I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
--- people were disappointed
,
Saturday good return to the boys for ing the sale and the total of We Design Modern Store Fronts

they walked into morning as their work started the biddingat $1,783 is to be divided among Just Mail Us A Pattern for
-".' .... the Starke Post
I --
LATEST SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT Office to receive mail, buy 30 cents per pound. i all the FFA chapters participating. Table Tops

INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT R. F. DEMOREST", chairman of stamps, money orders or trans- Buying steers were. Winn-Dixie 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

the City Board of Bond Trustees, act other business, only to find
Keystone Heights :Monday with
Sensible Prices would give Beau Brummel a run the windows closed. Band Raising < Rev. John Strickland officiating.

for his as he appeared in
money 'Most of them would stare at Burial followed in the

Results Not ExcusesHUNDREDS His Saturday his outfit Centennial included afternoon finery checked promenade.for brown the the sign, shrug outlining their the shoulders new regulations and-I Funds Bradford For GearThe High School Cemetery.plot in the Keystone Heights family Sell It Rent It Trade II


_.II_ : walk out and a few aired their
= ( U Jones
DeWitt Funeral Home
-- suit with cut-away coat, high Band is having a series of fund- i C.:
button shoes, canary yellow views en the. shutdown before raising activities to obtain money I of Starke is in charge of arrangements -
-
g love', cane,_ topper, gold watch leaving.In for some equipment. The Band 'WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
chain, and outsize "diamond" many cases persons comingin will' also attend the State Con-

stud. for a much needed check or test this year for the first time.

item they were expecting in the It will be held in Orlando,. May WRGR

mail found they could not get 9, 10, '11. Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
.
them. A mother with two' chil- STARKE, FLORIDA
Queen Hopefuls Each Saturday a bake sale is LESS ONE .
( dren was dismayed when she 1490 K C -, PHONE, 500 !0 WORDS OR INSERTION M<
held in front of the Florida
of details are managed and economic- found the window closed and an being Starting Monday, April 22, WRGR E.ACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e23e

ally attended that only a trained and expected check which she needed Bank, and will continue for the I t presents the Cedric Adams program ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND Anl OR ADS! NOT PAID IN ADVANCE

careful organization can attend when I Closely Grouped to feed her family unobtainable.She next three weeks. often called the Arthur """*"- SF. IK pin; rRVT. n\ TWO OR WA"P. ...."T.n...

I On Saturday, Apr. 27, a dance of the midwest 12:00
-
the urgent oe d for serving is ,at was finally able to get her i jGodfrey
hand. I check through the kindness ,of I will be held in the American Legion -,[I a.m.. Monday thru Friday. FOR RENT-New unfurnished gar

After First Week employee working in the back. hall starting at 9 p. m., Monday Through Friday I 1\E\V LAKE HOl>E Size age apartment ftf modern, home.two Couple bedrooms.de.sired.
for adults
The employee said there had \ only Admission will be .- Phone 134-J.
6:00 Sign On and News I :\pU CBS home overlooking LeauF OR RENT tfchg
-3
$1 in advance $1.25 room nicely
furnished
The first week of the Starke been many similar cases that per person or tful lake. 3 bed room. 2 fall apartment.
'at the door. Music 6:05: Songs of the Gospel rrrawlc tile bath, large thing. and Air conditioned.
DeWITT C. JONES per person
TV and
Centennial Queen contest drewto morning. He said he had been at 6:30 electric kitchen.. Middle
: ckwatcher dining area.Nothing like It In
Phone 7 Starke Fla.Ambulance. _ a close Friday, Apr. 12. and work for four hours, but had been will be donated by The Star- 7:00 News of the World thI .area. Price 913.700.0tt 40%} Rt.age I adults, Box preferred.44, Bessent Mrs.Rd.Clark tfchg,
lighters and-the is invited like .
public down balance rent.IIE.NTAI.
found the first :11 candidates interrupted so often with special '7l5Hymh for the
Funeral Directoi Service he had to attend. Day FOR SALE Slightly
grouped so closely together that requests only accomplishedabout 'I 7:20 Bulletin Board of the KINGSLEY LAKE 30" Used R.C.A.
Air.
two hours work. On Tuesday, Apr. 30, the Band Third week;; In Jane, large nater Electric Range like new only
Our local funeral home enables 1LI to otter convenience and there were two ties, one for 7:30 Weather Around the Nation front place. Bleep. eight, rate $19.95 at Shepherd's Radio and
ftenrice not otberwli available. rixth position and one for ninth. "It's getting pretty bad when will present concert..No admission 7:35 Clockwatcher o.oo. ___T.V. tfchg

On the basis of this first week's dictator. : can rule the post of- will be charged but an of- 7:50 News and Sports FLORIDA REALTY CO. FOR SALE Completely furnished

srJ-, I I rsrIJJ 1.S turn-in. it is expected that there fice department in this countryand fering will be taken. Everyoneis 8:05 Clockwatcher J-btdroom house on LJikevfew
invited to attend this (Guy Andrews, W. B. Sen ell Drive. Keystone
program Heights.
W. turnub. the hlghut type service At lowest prices, and will be some important changesin shut down the offices one 9:00: -' 9:05:. News Jot access to Highway 21 Large,
and give the band their full A. J. Thomas) one
accept AJ r life insurance policy In force, Isaued by ANT the standings by: the end of man commented. in to sup- 9:05 9:25: Howdy Friends sale block of south of city line. Private
port going Orlando. The Telephone 3.S3 modern & antique furni
four five
this week. "Politicians make
company u payment in part or in full on a funeraL or concert will be held in the elementary 9:25: Voices of the City 355 Temple Ate. Starke. Fla. tune, linens, dishes (some Im
Consultation carries BO obligatlan.I At this printing the Queen times as much as thev ever did. 9:30: .Howdy Friends ports), motion picture outfit,
school cafetorium and many other Items _
candidates are led by Sylvia another said, "yet there is nomrney 9:45: Radio Chapel WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR- F. P. Egan. of value
and will begin 'at 8 o'clock?: NITURE. Elrod Furnltur Co.. Keystone Heights.
.. Paulk in first place, and Alice to run the post office. 10:00: Kitchen Club Phone 43. tfch 3tchg 4/19
a Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. i The Band Is also giving awaya 11:00
Faye Newman in recond. Following News
closely are Shi Ann Smith said Thursday he hoped television set as a part of its 11:05: Let's Go Calling OUR RADIOS'TENTH REPAIRED ANNIVERSARY Bookkeeping How SmalL Write Service Maryan No Dingle Matter

and Patsy Dixon, in that order.In Saturday service would be restored fund-raising campaign. The goal 11:30: Farm Roundup AU Hake All Model P. O. Box 447 Starke, Fla. tfchg

EasterSpecials fifth position is Mary Agnes this week. According: to newspaper is set for $800.( 12:00: Luncheon in Dixie Reasonable CUAS.!Charge C. SHEPHERD- g.-rauteed WANTED Stenographer.

I I Matthews. Frances Landrum and stcries. the Post Office 12:15: Noon, News 703 W. Call St. Starke Ph. 23JSEELI :> take dictation. make book entries Must

Sandra Joyce Strickland are tied is slated to receive an additional George Hill Dies 12:30: Talk of' the Town TIRES Five start.day Write week.P.$45 O.per Box week to

for sixth: Betty Ann Simmonsis $41 million. 1:00:. Songs"of the''Siesta Get them now pay as you ride. Starke Fla. tfchg J83.

in seventh, position. with Viv- The window hpurs during' the George W. Hill, 66, of Key- 2:00: News Ask Lacy for Conway our, easy Sales budget and Service.terms. COSTUMES- ----- -

ian Garcia and Carol Bessent week will still be open for' the stone Heights died in a Palatka 2:05: Music 'for Motoring Unioq Pus Station Starke Fla.tfchg. fin Costume for Shop all occasions 1(22 .. Grif
Main
tied for eighth place. A scant curtailed eight and a half hours. hospital Saturday morning. 3:00: News phone Elgin 4.4888, Jacksonville.St.,

I i few votes behind them is Rosine he said. The hours are now" 9 tc Survivors include his wife, 3::05 Radio Ranch WHEN IN NEED OP 4tchg 6/J

Flakes. 5:30.: Alice Evans Hill; three daughters 4:00: News LANDSCAPINGFILL FOR RE Unfurnished four

The Oueen Contest Committee Mrs. Gordon Miller of Flora- 4:05 At Your Request rooms large hall and porch

t would like to call the attentionof Petitions BegunAt home, Mrs. ,Alton Dasher of 6:00: Tha World Today DIRTor apt.N. McMahon.Call 101-W or inquire Zip at 4/19 707
'
Prices Good Thru April 25 all contestants. for their own Keystone Heights, and Mrs. Bobbie 6:15 Instrumentally Yours -

) benefit to contest rule 9 that Hall of Theressa; six sons, 6:45: Public Service DISKINGW. POWER Tiny's 66 MOWERS FOR RENT at

stipulates in part: "All votes School Meet Leo L., Dalton J., George S. and 7:00 News L. THIGPEN, JR. St. Also Service.new mowers 411 S.for Walnut Sale.

Our Store is Bursting With turned in to Centennial Head- Tommy K. Hill, all of.Keystone 7:05 Shank of the Evening EL 2 Box 245-D- Alton Ed. you Easy mow.payment Buy plan.where Pay while

quarters r-v 5 p. m.. Apr. 19. wil'} Heights, Charles F. and Harold 7:55 News and Weather I PHONE 297-J get service on what you you buy.dan
Continued from Page 1)
FRESH CRISPY receive a 10 per cent vote bonus." ( Hill, both of Jacksonville; three 8:00 Sign Off Starke, Fla.s tfchgA

All candidates are urged to bringin are loafing on the job" he said, brothers, E. J.. of Thomasville, Saturday WATKINS ROUTE IS OPEN for

the stubs of anv tickets they indicating that Bradford was. Ga., Bryant and Arthur Hdl. Same schedule as above, except. t l % PAID ON SAVINGS KEY- Bradford County. This Is one of

have sold by that time in orderto among the group. both of Albany, Ga.; two sis 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. STONE STONE HEIGHTS STATE BANK, FLA-, MEMBER KEY-:- per the hour best easy routes.to make$200 to to begin$i.00

EASTER FASHIONS.Ladies benefit from the special bonus Johns said that the burden ofthe ters. Mrs. Edna Berry of Albany Sunday FDIC.WARrED with. Approving dealerships for

vote offer. The vote bonus a L problem should not be laid I and Mrs. :Myrtle Mathis of Daw- I 7:30 Sign On. Religious program 500 new Bottled Gas The women J. R.as Watkins.'elllas for Company.men. Write 659

candidate receive now could verY on the tax* assessor. "The as son. Ga., and 13 grandchildren. until 1 p.m. Customers. Low installation cost. W. Peachtree' St., N. E.. Atlanta

well 'be the difference between I sessor cannot raise the asesss- Funeral services were held in 1:00 to. 6:00: The Sunday Shov{ Prompt Furniture Service.fn. Harry C. Elrod tfchg Georgia. !lLJ!-/*

fiTlIhinethe content as a urize ments without the support of the the Brooklyn Baptist Church at 6:00. to 8:00 See schedule above. REPOSSESSED SPINET PIANO
Ip. 21 INCHTELEVISION console, W I Take up
payments or can be
winner or PS an "also ran. t I.people and the Commission he down at Dahmer's. tfchg financed. Available at! re- I.

The ruiblic is reminded that said. "You people are going to GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. lac.

C for the duration of the Centennial have, to let him know you are SCOTT PROPERTY Women: '}{S WANTED Grad. 18-33 yrs. age., 102S CalaeiiTlIle.W. t'Blver.ltr Florida Ave.

SLIPS 01 Ouoen Contest (ending May 3, in favor of it." single for expense paid trainingand i FR 2-4033:
placement in medical clerical,
I 1957\!' at :5 p. ml t'ckets' to th* The out-of-county student prob- FOR SALE engineering communications finance I. FOR RENT Cottage, reasonable,

colorful Centennial Paeeant. an'" lem was also injected into the public" relations Intelligence, T.Lh'lng room bedroom, kitchen.
food service administration m'a. ette. Hath modern.
Electric stove,
fireworks rtispUv. to he present discussion as a resident of Camp chine accounting and transportationfields. _
1st Quality ?ot1wa..ter.uheat'r- Colley Road.
riehtlv. Mav :5-11. 8t th* BHS Blanding cited the amount: of Frontage on 3 Paved Streets Opportunities guaranteed for ... Smith. Up
Cottons advancement Write
and P.
stadium rnav be purchased at a the Blanding payroll spent in Highway 301 Washington, McMahon O. Box 4670, Jacksonville travel. Fla. For Electric and Acetylene Weld-
Rayons r ducti' "n of 50 ...nN p*r tipVAt Starke. 4tp 4/28 Ing. Call 2662. Bel-Air 6( ervlce. -

U from Oueen Contest candidates School Superintendent Harmon Includes: 10 Room House and Double Garage FOR RENT-Five room furnished Lawtey Fla. 2tchg 4/2S

only, Contestants' names will bA Morgan said that the problemhas apartment. Will Accept small. FOR RENT Four room furnishedg'a
Children : Price \ baby. 66 N. Church St. Phone rage' apartment, screened
C *unr.i
d
< on request at Centennial because the num- $ Terms
come up $8750' 175-W. Apply 518 N. Church St. porch. storage room garage for
headquarters. ber of children coming to Starke ffongFOR car. Newly painted modern con
BLOUSES / has multiplied 547 W Madison St _
from other counties Phone FR 2-2013- Gainesville S.o\LE-Four :room' house,. henhouse ltD
in recent years. -. garden space out of City
Mrs. Eva Howard limits on Rd. 100 $2,750 Cash. FOR RENT Two Bedroom house.
"As long as there was only a I Geo. W.- Cheshier, 5M W. Pratt Call 389. tchg

1st Quality handful and plenty of money, St. ltD
: Taken By DeathMrs. remarked."It : FOR RENT One bedroom furnished
CoLors \ rothine was said he FOR RENT-Nice 2-bedroom un hou !e. Adults or couple

Eva Threlkill Howard, 77. has become a burden .and You Are Cordially Invited furnished.house. ,I 1 mile north L with Phone Infant 1U-J.? 309 Christian Uchg St.
to
mother of Dr. Vassie Howard of we are not going: to be' able. of Lawtey. Stove furnished.
LadiesGOWNS provide classrooms," He added. Green's Gulf Station. FOR RENT Two bedroom fur-
Inquire
Starke, died
C Sunday night in a fished house Couple or couple
Lake Butler hospital followingan I H*. paid that Clav County levies Phone 2672. Lawtev. 2tche and infant, Inquire 513 E. WaxhIngton -
17 mills on the "wealthy proPerty" St. Itp
extended illness.A I To Do Your '
Blanding area and POT PLANTS FOR SALE-Mrs.
native of Saluda S. O.. sbe in the FOR SALE Ea ter Lilies $125 _
L. L Conner 215 Broad St. each
receive federal funds for the pot. Geo. W. Cheshier, 53
had been resident of Lake
a W. Pratt St.
lip
.yet Itp
Jersey Butler for the past 20 years. children,of Blanding parents
County receives the FOR RENT Mhrtln's Fruit
Irregulars Survivors include a daughter, Bradford EASTER SHOPPING FOR RENT Completely redecorated : Shnn.: 835 N. Tempi Ave tt'hK

Mrs. John Smith of Lake Butler; students. .. three bedroom unfurnished
H. L house. One former tenant. Inquire
CHILDREN'S two sons, Dr. Howard and Harry I In reDly to a suggestion tnlU I 124 W, Jail St., phone (80.tfchg. WANTED _
Howard of Denver Colo., and a Clay: r-e asked to compensate
I
In The
said I Newly STATION }MANAGER with the to!.
children Morgan
sister Mrs. E. R Davis of Tyron I for these FOR SALE Registered Angus lowing fnVdifloatlons/ : Between 2510.
c. S. C. th< Barents in the area should Pulls with papers. Reasonably bondable. and temperate. Past- _
DRESSES Priced J. B, White, N. HighwavN'A.
a-plan. lor prevent retail ez .rlen'e.
such Station
Funeral services were held asTi for 1S. 2tp 4I%*. exnerUnce not necessary as we
Tuesday in the Lake Butler First The! 'vot on'the FEA proposalbrought ENLAREDQUARTERSALVAREZ provide on-Uie-job training. Permanent -
FOR SALE Slightly Used RC.A. resident
Williams and
bv Merritt home-owner
1st Quality Baptist Church with the Rev. WAS un .. :n" PiscIne Range like new only: preferred. Guaranteed Parting gal.artr .
.' A. E. Young. assisted bythe I nresident of the Citizens 1129.95 at Shepherd's Radio aad Af $300 n'r month nlus eom-
Lots of StylesMens Johns Of' .\". tfchg mission on all
Schools. merchandise
Lewis Better
Rev. D. Haines officiat. Council for Kon,," and salary increase items _
'id he would prefer "the prin- FOR to fol-
I s SALE Used refrigerator low for right man. Yearly vacation
ing.Burial followed in the famliy i cinlo" rf th* FEA bill to the ga water heater. 4% inch kitchen and group life and hospitalization
sink. H. (',.
PoHinger. Phone JOS insurance r.ivroll olan.
C nlot in Dekle Cemetery in Lake I Collins bill. thou h not giving STORE 426 South Walnut St. ItpApartmen qualified to hire and Command Must'the be

Butler. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I specific endorsement to the confidence and resoeot of Tour
F"rnh.bl"iI And Fnrnl""l'dBlock employees No
SHIRTS 91 Home was in charge of arrange Amount of nay increase, becauseth House For Rent. S '* Mn;. want Is working.doubt All the man relations Wf' _

ments. < Collins bill calls for a match-: 0 Ruby Thompson 418 S. Thorns will 'be strictly confident and F
Est. 1894 son St. Itp references will ..
not b
stat cheeked
ins!: contribution from the til after interview For nn- _
Interview
Short Sleeves Lutheran Services Pome counties can't match the WANTED:. Lawn to r ow. Call send letter in
; We are happy to announce that we now have P.d..tt. nhnn 2!*. tfrh* writing statingbge.tnartTal hand
133. E. Washington St. state funds he said.The pat and present Status,
employment _
,,
was sponsored bv floor in remodeledand SITUATION "WANTED Secretary ration and .d
Brogram double the space our newly references to: H
S
? are: 33. 15 years, diversified experience :- Prsler- Imperial _
150 Easter Sunday services will be the Citizens Council and PTA in all nhase* of office 5257. Tamna $. Fl"' Oil Co. Box _
held Sunday evening at 7:30 groups. enlarged building, and better equipped than procedure. Box 51, Make Geneva Uph!!'
o'clock.ith the or phone Granite 5-2970. FOR SALE Used
Rev A. F. Gerb- i 21"
T.V.
W. Call St. 4tp 5/18 179,'$ only
BOTTOM hardt, pastor of the First Lu- ever before to take care of your men's and boy'sclothing 'rip.Pi"ietIlIy. at Shepherd' Radio and

theran Church of Gainesville S Near Starke Two Room HQUS with tfchgr
needs. We inviteyou to visit us this bath. eJectrlcitr. gas. Large New
conducting the services.All W.C.T.U. enough for light houoekeeoincr.On -. Furniture For Sale Fnur Rooms ot
without home room house with hath! Car. Phone or Trade For
persona a
weekend See :our expanded quarters and let budding excellent condition. D-ep 427W. ttp.
church are invited to worship SOME THINGS CAN BE PRE ? welt pump H a'reood ftirden FOR REvT
U with us on this Easter Sunday. us help you with your Easter needs. land. All for only *J.500. Termnrranged. H'"... Nicely "Uhed
PHONE 1U : SERVED'IN ALCOHOL- BUT. .' ., Andrew Tyler, Rt. 1.Soft Kln "
Be sure to listen to the Lutheran NOT AYERIc.'ILlBERT J lh..1r,.. ttpI rent 73Fsp&H -

334 radio "program. The Lutheran (SIGNAL PRESS ,- EVANSTON r, W. H. GRAHAM, 'Owner Bali Equipment Lost KIngslevWsrh -_ tfchr _
Hour, and th, TV pro ; Anril 11. S20.AA
ILLINOIS.) Rewr4. FOR RF.YT =.
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gram. "This Is The Life" sponsored \ _I Phnn f. D. (1'\Y. FR -"7IZ. furnlllbM- One and two h4.rOom .
::; Gainesville. No .. a1)al'tmentlr.
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