Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.THE .a ; BRADNfiD i COUNT,. Y- TELEG ') .

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BIGTRIAL' I, Official County Publication Established. In 1879

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nia JK S1cM, a ACTIVITIES: Checks Paid .
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: i. ,Program Work Jail Peril Fades; On School Issues

{ Well Underway Milo Smith Fined -.-, .

Tax Assessor Gene Long this week was highly criticalof

'\. in some of the statements made by Dr R. L. Johns University
accused of the "ugliest man
had been being
Lst Saturday night's session of Kangaroo Bob (;arson, of The threat of a prison term professor who last week in
L. Shorty) Libby a special mass meeting
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buteuded the county.1 ,Gay produced on
Kourt started off In an orderly manner the John' ,B, Rogers ProductionCo. Wooden Nickels for ,Fred Haislop faded last week the school financial problem to low
In watery confusion with pn tically 'the (third iriyn left) as his Exhibit "A" to prove ., 'here to help stage Starke's when Circuit Judge George L.' of the crisis. pointed assessments asa -

entire court personnel dunked in the horse trough that he (Gay) did not deserve the title. Defen-, Centennial, May 5-11 expressed Patten reported 'that Haislop _cause _u ._,
in a statements to the Telegraph
dant A. J. ,Thomas Jr., who made the remarks well has made restitution .and paid -
hf-fore hostilities erased Session got under way himself yesterday as being Accepted Here
Long' took issue with
about Gay at first session, of Kangaroo Kourt, .pleased with the development pf court costs on the $4,096.72worth School
with \ttornt'Y" T. A. Yawn (left) presenting ; of bad checks he admitted ,some of the,aspects of the Minimum Survey
the'case of Adolph Gay (second from left) who pleads his-own case into portable, mike.- plans on all phases; of the weeklong passing. Foundation Program of .

celebration.: The age-old warning, about : which Dr.; Johns was ,co-author, _
,Carson said th8t'rehearsalsare:( 1 wooden nickels" will be out of f' Haislop pleaded guilty to the I
and with Slated
I some of Dr. Johns' In !'
bad check counts,last November. May
well under vvay'for the1;historical vogue in Starke from ,now 'until I statements
concerning low as-
.. before Patten for .
Brought. Judge
spectacle, "Starke CeAturama"to May 1. As, a 'souvenir of the sessments here.
be presented each,:night at 8 Starke Centennial (May ''5-11) sentencing in January, Haislopwas The
gN o'clock in ,the Bradford High wooden nickels bearing the imprint placed on probation on onof \ "Certainly we'/have, 'inequitieson awaited School Plant Survey -
3 the 13 and sentence our tax roll which we are a prerequisite to ,
charges moving the
1. School Stadium? May t through of luscious Bradford Coun- six-room
deferred from day td day and constantly equalizing, and will Heilbronn school tff
praised the' cooperation 'strawberries, being put
11. He ty are
.. Starke
t : in circulation and will term to term on the others. The continue to equalize," Long said, to relieve ,the crowded
9 sh of local groups proving personnel into locally '
} financial principal condition of thepro- "but the taxpayer who has beei conditions here, will get underway
. for the huge 5personcast have the same statusin
r requl/ed' to present the any Starke cooperating storeor bation waS that he ."make complete carrying his proportionate share on May 20, School Superin-
of the tax, load will not be imposed tendent Harmon
restitution in the amount Morgan said
spectacle Constructionlf'pf} the bank as. the pfficial Government this
"jf of $4,096.72 together with court upon by me." week.
Ii mammoth'stage on .vfhjfch the five-cent piece.
pageant will 'be presented ifrili.be- 'These special Centennial nickels costs in the' amount of $285.60 Long said 'that sources besides into Despite the wheels being set t

o o .,....,. gin next 'week, parson said. and may be redeemed at face valueat before April 5,. 1957.. the assessed valuation should be motion on this project, Morgan
_5w arrangements havebeen\ made for either Starke bank before Haislop will continue on pro-' looked to in the search for a expressed doubt that the

special.lighting and sound' equip May,lt "Don't!;be afraid to spend bation. cure to the school ills. incidental survey and all of .Jhe red tape
fi .' In other cases heard by Judge ; to it could be completed
". ment. your wooden nickel it's good Long questioned the,
,. \ Concluding the, spectacle each: (in ..Starke ',that is).- Patten Milo Smith Lawtey serv- of the, tax paying ability formula could be so moved that the building
fire ice station operator was fined to Starke in time
evening will be 9 gigantic' Ask your local merchant for
i $100 plus $45.25 in costs after which determines the portion thecoun'tles to relieve crowded conditions at
works' display staged tby the one 'fir these, unique Centennial
t.A Paramount Fireworks :Co.' 'of s
Iowa. Carson';said this 'wouldbe the next time.'you make a pur- pictures. in' his station. Foundation Program., State The Survey conducted by a
of invited .. Smith said he had sold the Education Dept. team, has
a spectacular show,consisting chase. You 'are to use "I question the :Minimum
: to be
about 30 .minutes'. of brilliant. them !os.you ,would an ordinapfivecenttpiecet pictures to get money. back out Foundation formula as it is made before the county
;: fireworks' of, ':a' quantity and ''but they are also of them.. The pictures had been concerned 'with citizens of Brad- can spent capital outlay funds.

quality never' before .seen. in receimIh nded.,'as' unusual, souvenirs in the station for a year,he said ford County who are gainfully Morgan stJd he didn't know how
long the
Starke. = ,to keep ,or .send..tQ' friends. and 'the ones on which the 'case employed ,just over the bounty after survey would take and
i Also 'adding to the effectiveness Many', llectors throughout the was based were''the, fist: 'that lineLong said "and 'auto license is completed membersof

I of,'_the pageant] will be "'| country'. collect, wooden nickels he had .sld... plates which are sold to the team must make their recommendations
-* -'---- massed choir composed of :.aingrs from, various' towns ,as a hobby. Smith'was arrested Dec. 11 on non-residents of Bradford County a priority list
R. Tillman condemned to the horse Attorney Thomas is thoroughly soused after must be set up and bids the
C. was froin.all church choirs in the a complaint by Winton Parrish, would reflect greater taxpaying on
1 trough by Judge Mack Futon for carrying: gun being sentenced f
In the courtroom. Cokes and chewing! gum. Williams BUt music instructor. .,#' *. Pre-seritence investigations"% wereordered employed and number ,of the school indicated is moved that to even if
Any singers who 'have not'alrecdy auto tags sold are parts of the I Starke
by Judge Patten An- in time
-- foy for classes
'T contacted and who tax formula."This I this fall it
been Field Changes der and paying ability
Raymond Coleman. would not mean a solution to
lilfe to be part the '
would a charge4' "with four: counts of formula is based upon the out-of-county student
Centennial -chorus should .contact breaking :and entering, and Lunie I the 1950 U. S. census as,to farm I The banning of problem.

G Mr. Williams at the sch ol.Starke' In Tight i ,Race Edward { Rimsey and William I income of the county," Long dents would solve out-of-county the classroom stu-
to take on
will begin '
.. Paul Reames charged'twith >robbing -, wrote. "Doesn't it seem very problem for only a two.
year or
: U ; O \ I Ii a gala Centennial atmospherenext 'J".t 'a .service" station.1 I possible that the farm income After that the *
county would still
week, when store fronts and The second week'of the Starke All four of the boys pleaded could have changed in a period be 'faced with the building of

? I! ,' ihi out with bunting celebration Centennial Queen, "Contest. did guilty. \ of seven, years, ?'" additional classrooms.The .
: flags much to change standings of 'Long also questioned the ac- .
tee.c Banners announcingthe Ander 16, and Raymond 15.atd- out:<>!eCIunty student isBue
i decorations. been contestants.. Sylvia Paulk maintained -' mitted, entering four homes,, 111 curacy.. 9tJ.DrJohns,, statement -must"bV tackled as a separate
have already
YS I .i Centennial across the main ,1 J-.t.j1- a slight,adyantageKre: Lawtey, on April. 3.L thkt'-Bradford ,County property problem,' Morgan said, ,be-
ir' wayi"'and'"colored mounted "lights, have 'main in first* place but behind Ramsey 11, and Reames; 19 is', assessed at, 20 per cent"of cause it Is constantly becoming
t ;,. her, 'bard11 a single -contestantheld true value while the state aver greater. Every
.t ; been strung in the down...town were charged with, ,taking $31 year a large number
her former position in the age is 40 per cent. of students
section to add to the colorful from J. H. Harrell operator of are comin td
i standings. the Kayo service station on north '"I highly resent the statement Starke schools from across the

.r 0 display.Elden Mathews'BHS' band- Instructor Patsy Dixon, moved up from U S. 301 on the night of April made by Dr, Johns that some pf county lines for which this coun-

L who is in' charge of fourth .to second place, while 3. The pair fled with the money the north Florida counties are ty receives no tax support he

y 3 'I (Continued ,on Page 10) Alice Faye Newman, dropped fter* demanding the money '.at loafing on the job," indicatingthat said.Before
:1jCity 1F f / down one rung into third posi gunpoint and struggling ,with Bradford County was among the influx of these

tion. Betty Anti Simmons made H 'rreD, ;vlt.was' later brought out ,the group" the tax assessor students increases more, u policy

E Music, FestivalW' .. her' bid. for one of' the coveted that,_the pistol was a toy. said., should be set concerning them

'- #' top, prize spotsmoving all the Judge,Patten levied a one year "It seems that a man of great LMorgan indicated. Bradford Coun-

.. Plaintiff Gay' scramble out of- trough after. Be Feature way to fourth, ,place from her prison sentence ,on Aden Moore. knowledge many skills ,and high ty cannot continue' to support a

,dunking when jury decided he' 'was "ugliest man", last weekfc eighth -'POt. Sandra Jr., Negro after Moore pleaded morals' as Dr. Johns. would. Surely larger and larger number of students -

after all. Of CentennialHighlights Strckland-move(up from seventhto guilty, to withholding support possess, should have made for which it receives no

M fifth 'while Shi Ann Smith from his four children.. : some local inquires before con- local taxes, he said.
of Florida history fell behind from_ third to sixth. demning one source and saying In th'e case of The Kingsley

will be the theme of a County In seventh position this week, William Hope Dies this is' it," Long concluded. (Continued on Page 10))
Music, Festival to be held Friday the last prize position is Mary ; '

).faY'JO, at'9:15'a.m. in the Brad- Agnes, Matthews, 'followed byFrances RiCes Held WednesdayWilliam
I ford High",SclpOl music buildingas ,.Landrum in eighth. Bradford Drops 2-1 1 Contest To P.: K.

a feature of, Centennial Week. Aligned behind them in order of William David Hope, 82 died

Policeman Perry Kite' Jr.. was among.. The Music Festival will, be on their standings .are" Mary Carol Tuesday morning in a Lake City

. the first, trough victims. Ilk offense: shaving of!t f Friday which is designated as.. Bessent,, Vivian 'Garcia, MarilynCox nursing home after being ,in ill Despite 2-Hit Pitching, By McGeeQpeiis

Centennial whiskers. Good Neighbor Day, of Centennial Rosine Flakes. Rhodia Mines health! for some time. He was

,'Week: ,Visitors, and officials and Glenda Underbill. the. father of Mrs. C. H.,Quickof Curtis McGee hurled 'a 'two brought in a single after McGee

1g, a. from surrounding towns are es- The. Queen contest still has Starke and had made his hitter; for the Bradford High already had two men out. i

4. pecially invited to visit the Centennial two weeks to run and the gap I home with Mr, and Mrs. Quick bcseball squad Tuesday afternoonbut The game was a no-hitter
,r and take part in activities .- between any two positions is yet for the past 28 years. the team dropped a thrillerto pitcher's duel through the fifth

; that day. : small enough to be whittled by a He is survived by another P. K. Yonge, .'21. inning, pitting McGee against P.K.'s .
determined daughter, Mrs. Ethel Millen, An in the overtime 8th
The Music Festival will include girl. error Elliott Owens. BHS broke

grades 4, 5," 6, 7' and 8 from all ,All candidates are reminded Folkston, Ga., three sisters three frame put the winning run on the ice in the' top of the 6th

schools in the county, with Eva that a 5 per cent bonus will be grandchildren and four great base for P. K. and it was forging ahead 1-0. e

1 Henderson 'Henry- Williams,' and given on all votes! turned in by J. grandchildren.Funeral services were held In the bottom of the 6th, P.
In New
Mon Canova directing. Theo program 5 p-m. Friday April 26. Wednesday at 3 pm. in the Congregational League0 K. bounded back scoring: one run

will .J include Indian Spanish. The people of Bradford Countyare Methodist Church, on two errors to tie up the score.

Grand finale came when gleeful crowd votedto French and'; English J numbers, urged to support the girl of I Hortense, Ga. Wilson Funeral \ Baseball Club Then in the"8th p. K. got' a man
and U. S. flags .
with Confederate
their on through
choice BHS
a The
duck Judge Futch\, Ttho had been so liberalwith used., The Festival'ill conclude .. by buying) their I Home of Lake City was in charge error.
being pageant: tickets early. man stole second and was brought
his water others. of arrangements.
treatment for of
with patriotic iongs I,I home on a, single to win the ball
-5 5I I ., Florida., () SaturdayThe
', game.McGee
,' I Other :features:'of ,\Good, eigh.- FETE > WEEK HIGHLIGHTS struck out 11 P. K.

J bor Day. ,will ?be ,the, Colored men In the fray while five BHS
_j jy ,ANOTHER SESSION newly formed Starke base-
Citizens Parade at 3 p.m. and '"-'" players went down by strikeouts.

the historical pageant"Starke The*.historical ,pageant, "Starke tion of visitors and social period, ball team the Centennials, this McGee and Bill Alderman each

,r+ ., OF KANGAROO'KOURT Centurama, ,", at. 8 p.m': 'A'; gigantic Centurama," 'will be presented Starke Woman's Club from 9 week} entered the North Florida batted two singles. Calvin Pace,

: ,fireworks display: will 'con- each night in the BHS 'stadiumat ajn. Teen Age Kangaroo Kourt, League afteh the Mid-Florida another leading hitter, walked

.. THIS SATURDAY NIGHT clude the program. 8 o'clock May 6 through 11th. 11 a.m. Gay 90's Fashiorr Show, group in which it had earlier enlisted four times.

Rabb r County Judge T. A: Yawn is ,The pageant will be followed each courthouse lawn, 2 p.m. Beard folded. The Bradford High team fareda
Keystone Kop Harry who was pullt The team will launch its base-
AT general chairman of Gore Neigh- night by a fireworks display. In Judging Contest courthouse lawn, little
7:00 .
O'CLOCK' I worse last Saturday as
while another victim in
into ball activities
trough ducking pit Saturday night
| addition to
. bo* Day. I. these events, ,the following 6 .p.m.' Beard' Shaving Contest they played Fletcher without the
vain Putch. Green Cove Springs. Gare time
tests in to Judge few
are a of the''week'shighlights
BHS Stadium 7 Recognition
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: and'awards to oldest man who
Other teams in the league, be- were away on the Washing
I 6 MEN WANTED Sunday May 5: end woman native of Bradford ,
Legwt Names Dog InoculationsA Dance Concert ; Religious sides Starke and Green Cove, are ,ton-New York trip.
Dedication Day.,Countywide'union County; mart and woman who
FOR SHAVING Macelenny Wesconnett Fernan- Fletcher blasted the BHS nine
'raYies clinic for the inccu-- service, BHS stadium 8 p.m., have lived in Starke greatest dina and. Downing Brothers of for seven hits and 11' runs while
GuyAndrews dogs tfill.be held Sat. Set As Activities CONTESTThe Monday; May- 6 .:. Governor'sand number of years; and Bradford Jacksonville. the Tornadoes could get nor runs

'9, until 12 Statesman's Day. Opening County couple who have been Team Manager Sam Zack said on,four hits.
As Commander lati01.Ql spon-\\Of BHS Band c married greatest number of,years.
Starke .
piaat nder the parade 3p.ni. Dinner for Governor I that the four team Mid Florida The Jacksonville boys started '
of the Bradford County Committee' is looking for and visiting.officials 6 PJJL, Final Centennial Ball USO, 10 league folded after Live Oak [off
Guy Andrews local realtor; A dance for adults only'will i by bombarding starting- pitcher
/Jack Trawick six bearded men to enter Blanding.cer's Club. p.ra.
1 t Dept., Camp ( out and another team
Kenny Parrish for five
Tuesday night was elected commander be held Saturday night in the runs
of American Legion Post t.;>ti arty sanitarian; announced this thebeard-shaving contest at Crowning <-Centennial Queen could not be obtained. on five hits and ,collected four

f>6 of Starke. Other officers were \ff-.:: I} American Legion Hall under the the Starke high school sta- BHS Stadium, 8 p.m." Queen's Sale* Tax Take The' local men played the Ral- more runs off of Parrish in ,the
The inoculation will be administered sponsorship of the Bradford High dium on Saturday night Ball, USO JO" pan. .f\rd prison team last Sunday second. Eddie
Harry Rabb first vicecommander Continues Upward Stuckey, comingon
; Ray, Taylor, second -Yic by a Ipcal veterinarian School band May 11.iDimediately' preceding Tuesday, May ,7 ,- Veteransand I afternoon and are planning 9 :'in the third, was tagged for

commander; Kenneth Grider, and wilT cost" klM."W The dancing will J Begin at :3 the pageant< Armed, Forces'Day..- \Open I Collections of ,sales taxes In return match Sunday- The game two more runs.
urge all dog owners to <" the contest will be con- house and display ()f. armed called after 6 innings'of play
was McGee
finance officer; Ss. EL Sparks. pm. and will feature the musicof f Bradford County continued pushing taking over the pitch
!hsvt.3 their a: als inoculated. ducted by the Remington at National 4-4.
forces equipment tied
with score chore
in the
chaplain: C. J_ Schaefer and Tickets are I '' ing fourth was able
Jimmy Sullivan, sergeantsatarms Tra;\ ck .said. e pointed out the Starlighters. .:'- Rand Electric .Shaver Co., G1arcs'armory.'Will include' Heli- upward last month, Struggling 'Zack said he expected about to keep the score' at the status
the uires that dogs on advance sale for $1 per coupleor and all six men in the con- and increase over the '
and Joseph G. Wood, ex thai.' city eoper, Nikl (guided missile). to a $-400 30 league games plus, contests quo allowing no more of the Fletcher -
ecutive eommitteeman. be ,oculatedissued: ore "a license may be purchased at. 'the door test will receive a prize as Tank -f February amount. with other teams to be schedule : boys to reach base, but the
wtU f f them. follows: lit prize. RemiJ g- May 8' Youth for the season. The change In
Elected and al- for $1.25'per couple. Wednesday ; Collected during, March was Starke batsmen couldn't seem to
as delegates
: .* ton RoUectric Shaver, phis
"band and School Day Youth parade, leagues Ead no effect on the connect:
The will a concert ,
to 10.
| ternates I $10,183.94 as 'compared -
i to the department convention a 'Schatz 1000-day)( ( cathedral Zack said
R'i'mt B. 13 followed ,by contests ticket sale policy. Parrish Alder-
{ pjn- games Kenny and Bill
in elementary .
I the
',to be held in Ft Lafeder- 4 '. ( Ili Tuesday night clock; 2nd prize Rem- etc. Old-fashioned Square 083.54" 'in February.. The March with the sale'or $lp} season pass. man collected singles in the first "

dale May 17-19 were Seeber i and 'MLawtey J. G. Hurd of school cafertonum beginning ington RoUectric* Shaver; Dance, USO, 10 p.nu,. 1957 figure was $1,100 over the es..still being pushed? to finance inning and got on base but both

Goodman H. A. Bishop Jr., S. : arean. n king' the birth at 8 p.m. No admissionwill '3rd prize Remington Rol- Thursday, May 9 -. 'Agriculture March '1956 amount. the team. These passes are' gdbd were wiped out on a-double play.

G. Denmark W, H. Graham. A. of a daughter., sjrcai Kay, born be 'charged but 'donations lectric Foursome Shaver; and Industry Day Industrial Collections of gas taxes for for 'all home games and the hob The same episode recurred in the

s Y. ,Covington Bill Kronenberger 4pril'19 at :, I Hospital.. will be* taken.." :4th to 6th prizes Remington and Agricultural Tours.: March were about 20 per: cent der .of them, can ,take as many third frame when John GopLsby

X. M., Smith and Harry, Hatcher.. -'", Proceeds from' theSe, activities grooming kits. Friday May'10 -= Good Neigh: below the February amount and members of his family as he and %cGee rapped singles.

The officers will be installed LOST ANY GUNS will toward, much ,Every man in the contest boy and Countr,pay. Countywidr .about 16 per cent, below the likes to these games. Seven base were stolen by the

on May ,28 by Commander,X. M.t ,The, sheriffs office--.reported go r purchasing' win win a prize. All men Music Festival, BHS 'Stadium, amount\ fbr 'March of last year. Probable batteries' for Saturday Starke lads and six by Fletcher

Smith.: A, free fish fry for mem- this week that they have several I needed instruments', and, equipt: who would like to entet, 9:15 a.m. Colored,Citizens Parade Last month, $34,281.29 was collected -,. night's game are. either Jack 1 Thursday; April 25, BHS played

bell and,,their, wive* will be held pistols and other inns in their meat, for the band: and ,helping the contest may,register at 3, pja. : in: gas taus as compared Hazen or Randall Davis pitching, Crescent ,City and Saturday will

between, 6 and S p. m. prior to possession which,1theVIlel'S to finance the trip to the,Mate Centennial Headquarters and Saturday, :May Old-Timers' to .$&?".lf ,in February and and Lemuel'frffliams or Jim Godwin play.. Ketteriinus in St ,Augus

the 'installation, ceremony can claim by idea yang, them. I meet in Orlando 1Ia1.> ,fP-ll. -receive further information. Homecoming. ,Days Registra ,$40,74755";: March,:. 1956., catching.. to. tine.I ,

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BRADFORD .fiff/nn y.yyyyyyy Gresham and the boys wenton ville and,Mrs. Drew Reddish and those present. .. "'-til al

THE COUNTY TELEGRAPH to Blountstown to visit with son of Starke, visited M.r., and]! Phil Shuford of Moore Haven

EST. 1679 LAWTEY her mother, Mrs. Mary Cloud.' Mrs. Fred Moor. on: Saturday., spent the weekend with' Mrs. ::1 Fronf wherejm: sittitf-Jy Joe Marsjj

rLOfclOA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEW.flA..ER Terry Futch was Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and John ,Shuford and Dave. Mrs. : .

\I PUBLISHED CONTINOl night guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. daughter spent the weekend in 'Shuford and Phil visited the' Joe

-a UNDER THE TAME: MASTHEAD. Ay Mrs. Joyce T. ITotcb W. Durham of Jacksonville, Miss Auburndale with Mr. and Mrs. .!Shufqrds in St. Augustine on Sun

**AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. Mary1 Julia,Futch 'and Mrs. Joyce T, L.- Casey Sr. I. day. Democracy or

PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED: A* SECOND CLASS Futch visited the Durhams on Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradleyand Mrs. Beulah Revels and Mrs.
POST : Al STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER and Mrs. G. ,W. Robertshad I ?
AT THE Republic
MATTER 0"E Friday.Mr. Willie Griffis were shoppingin i Paul Smith'of Palatka were Sunday -
THE ACT OF MARCH a. as Sunday dinner guests Mr. -
and' Mrs. Can Carter and Jacksonville last Friday. guests of ,Mrs. E. M. Futch ,1. ,
and Mrs. George Roberts and
Tommy had as during the ,Mr. arid Mrs. L. S. Tanner's and
guests Floyd. .,
; This mcrnin' had letter from that prohibited people from
son of Gainesville and Mr. and a
fffffffifrlflfffffiflff1PMAXVILLE. Friends of Oscar Owens will be weekend Mr. and Titrs. Frank son-in-law and'daughter. Bill and Mr. and Mrs.,G, W.,Teston and my youngest brother's little makin' up their own mind about

interested to learn'that his Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son of Swat and son of1 Jacksonville, Charlotte Zack; ,of ''Greenland, son of'Jacksonvi11 e were Sunday\ girl Susan. In her letter she drinkin' or not drinkin'. That

mother heard from him last Starke. Mrs. Joe Andrews Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Long Island. arrived 'last\ week guests of their father J. B. asked me if the United Statesis law was repealed and a lot of

week 'and that he is now stationed and Mrs. Jacqueline Moorer and Arwood and family of Melrose. for a visit. Teston. a Democracy or a Republic.I've hypocrisy left, with it.

tnsiracuse, N. Y, with daughter of Starke came in the Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burneyof Mr. and Mrs. H. T.. Markhamand I done a lot of listenin' and I thought for quite a spell about

By 51rs. CX B. Nolan the, Coast Guard. afternoon and all enjoyed an egg Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia family of Gainesville were BANK. HOLIDAY I I readin' in my time and from what to write Susie. She can't)

&&&&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAit \\e-. are .sorry to learn that hunt. AOrdination Ann Sapp 'on, Thursday. 'Mrs. Sunday guests of the Dan Start' I I where I'm sittin' it don't makea understand the real meaning of 1
little Johnny services for Rev. W. Sapp is feeling much better at ings: "i. The Community State Bank of I parcel of difference what you some words yet but someday,
Those who have been on the 'of son L. Mills Jr. were held at Won- I 1 Starke and the Florida Bank at: call something. What really she wilL Finally I wrote out part,
Mr. I this writing. : Buster Bennett Titusville
and Mrs, E. D. Higgin of is what it is. It
sick list are Linda and Roger derwood in : counts seemsto of the pledge to the Flag and.
botham? fell Baptist Church May- Visitors at the Arlie and Willie spent the-"weekend 'with'his wife Starke will'not be open for business .
Nolan, Helen ana his lip Mon me both words stand for a mailed it to Susie: You know its
Waters, Bobby Cope- day. It took four stitches to sew: port on Thursday evening. Those Dobbs homes this weekend were and son 'at'' .the home of Mrs. today, Friday April 26, ,free country where people have, starts-"I pledge allegiance to,

Sweat, Mary and Sylvia and it up. attending from Lawtey were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and Hattie Darley. 'Ralph Darley cf Confederate Memorial Day a- liberty and are protected by the flag of the United States of,

land, Barry Wilkinson, Lavern Mr. and Mrs. Mills Mrs. Bryant Reddish, Miss son of Tallahassee,. and the Casey Lake City, also visited, his mother legal holiday in Florida. the laws. You know, some America and to the ."
Susan Lucas, Thelma Lee Hig- Seville Bob Nolan of Elizabeth, Fred Moore, O. J. Burney.. and Cecil Dobbs familiesof recently.- I countries have laws that cut That's just what I sent her.
and visited .
ginbotham, Randy, Junior with Mrs. Hattie Phillips, and Arthur Pearce. -- out liberty and abuse the peo "
Jacksonville.: Children of the First Baptist
Evelyn and Sue i Nolan and family last Wednesday r have to day a
Debbie Rafuse, David and Wendell of -pIe. guess we
Harris, Helen North and Clara I night. Southern Mr, and Mrs. Erlie Padgettand Sunday School enjoyed'an egg THE RIGHT POINT for the price for freedom. You may recall 8vettii{
We. are College Lakeland, spent children spent Sunday in hunt on the church grounds Sat way yoq write. Come in and se- we had a law for awhile
Harris. sorry that Bootsie Canlno
Mae the Easter
% holidays with their j
j Ocala. afternoon. lect favorite ESTERBROOK
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family got a piece of steel in and urday The pastor'sfwife your United States Brewers Foundatioi
his parents Mr., Mrs. Hermie I Copyright,1937
on Easter Sunday eye last 'I) Mrs. Will Edwards Jackson- ,, ,Mrs. Mills, served punch to Fountain Pen.TELEGRAPJI '.
had as guests Saturday and had 'to Kelly. t
and ..
Mrs. Bill Roberson have it removed. \
Mr. and Ernest Wells 'Of' Mobile was

daughter and Mr. and Mrs Bud J.{. Sgt. H. R. Kilgore was re- the guest of his mother, Mrs. r

Waters of Jacksonville. leased from the Naval Air "Sta Mae Wells, from Friday until .

. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon had. tion hospital on Monday and Monday. .
as their guests Easter and has returned to 'Tyndall Air Mrs. Effie Miner had as guests

Mr. and Mrs. Royal George and Force base in Panama City. He during the weekend Mr., and Mrs.

family, Mrs. Rose George is to ''be transferred soon to Frank Wells and daughter of I

Lois Miller of Jacksonville. Biloxi, Miss.Remember. Maitland and Miss Mary Ann
Sweat and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hester Hicks folks that we are Motes of the University of

family visited Mrs. Sunday all invited :'to the big supper at Fioride.r

and family in Lawtey stopped for a the Baldwin School Friday eve Mr: and Mrs. Grant Green and

afternoon and also ning. Serving will start promptly daughter of Valdosta are visitingMr.

visit at the zoo. of Kangaroo at 5 p.m. and there will be. plen and Mrs. Presyon Green and
session ,
the )
Enjoying Saturday ty of food. All for free!
Starke '
Kourt in and Mrs. 0. J. Anders and
I Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan arid
afternoon were JKT sons enjoyed Easter Mrs. Sam Hicks! were shoppingin
and family, Mr. Sunday with a 'I
Parrish and family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ward and Jacksonville on Saturday.
Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hiatf and
sweat and family Mr. and Mrs. G. M.. Beach of "
and Mrs. Leslie daughters visited Mrs. J. M.. Lee
Franklin Ben and Hastings, Mrs. W. A. Cannon
and alts and Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Hollimanof in Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon

family hear that },irs. Palatka Mrs. Minnie Miller j,
We are glad to Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
is getting along and son, Arthur, and. Mrs. Ola
Florence Harris several weeks' ill- Hooks and daughter, Oathy, of I I Percy Griffis were Mr. and Mrs.
nicely after Miami. I Jack Strickland and family of
,_ .c.. _0rke... hospital.Mr -
111 Do Jacksonville. With Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie sweat and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnsonand ..
airs Carl Griffis and .son, they all ( ?
family and Mr. and Mrs. ;
]Franklin enjoyed an egg hunt at the ;s
forsssKSSrSi Higginbotham and family -
: Sink Hole Brooker In
: 1 of Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon. near the

of with Mrs. Doss Higginbothamand
Jones s' Mr. and Mrs: Joseph' Starlingand
xville Baptist i family.We r
services daughter Geraldine* had as .
started their Easter at six are welcoming to our Sunday dinner guests Mr. and
with sunrise Services I Io'clock community Mr. and: Mrs. Foster Mrs;
Charles Starling and daughter -
on EaSter morning 23SHSrass :and scn. who are living in the of Highland, and'C cil Hardeeof
Hamp Chance home. Mr. Foster I
; Callahan.Mr. I Save e,111.25RAN.8
I is employed at Cecil Field. Also and Mrs.' Johnny Jenkins' |

Mr. and Mrs. Dave McKay of''(land ,family of Jacksonville were r 1 Nt

Easter Egg Hunt. Baptist.stationed:Massachusetts. Mr. McKay is weekend guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Save 5295 -
Cecil i
The Long Easter I 0. J. Anders and Billy. They all

Church had their regular egg hunt Mr. and Mrs. Marshall of attended a' fish fry at the homeof I 4
and an Easter Gainesville and IJ9Ju'J I- =-- T
Services wSsssSr Mrs. George Mr: and Mrs. Cliff Ray at
in the afternoon. Eugene Brown visited Sunday aty the Earlton Beach on Saturday eve- ''- 12 Cu. Ft.

found the prize egg'congregational Hope Haven Hospital in Jackson- 'E

Maxville Easter ville with Mrs. Brown's son G. ning.Mr, and Mrs. R. W, Sapp and ; FoodFREEZER
HoThe Church church grounds W., who is still a patient there. daughter of Jacksonville were Your Choice
We '
also hope that he will soo be Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and '
able to come home. :: -.----' 1 p
Mrs. Arthur Pearce. ? \
30" 39"
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and or L l
urprise birthday party wa botham and family had as their younger children spent Sunday l\\ I Super 2600 Calrod Unit Is s -* 1 I Mi..tw Light Touch Safety Freezing Latch<

A surprise Maxville Baptist guests Easter Sunday Mr. and with their son-ln-Iaw and daughter I U-. I Faster Than Gas ,Q Interior Light

heldat the Saturday night in Mrs. Lyle Schemhl's and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle Giant All-Calrod Oven Adjustable Shelves

Church last Lester Taggart ter of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, in Wildwood. Jimmy E Cooks {!Complete Meal for 5-Yr. Protection Plan rait

hOnor of Rev. Henry Griffis, James Waters and family of Moore remained overnight. v 2 or 24 t-- 5-Yr. Food Insurance .

the pastor, and Superintende A Lawtey, and Mr and Mrs. E. D. Danny Phillips spent the wek-' : Reversible" Rota Snitches i _

Sunday School enjoyed this Higginbotham and, sons. end with Mr. and Mrs. Coleman tr Turn left or_right.
nice group or people Mr. and Mrs. Phillips in Waldo. -
them. They rr J. C. Higgin '
oeCassion with Cake botham and daughter, Troy Bennett and grandson. ,/
Cheryl ,
nice gifts. u ;;
ceived some very served. spent last weekend with Mr. and Wayne, of Titusville spent from $288.70
and coffee were Mrs. Nathan Thursday until Sunday with Mrs. OneYi(41..
at School Starling in Lawtey. RelTag ( Picnic Supper waS Doss Higginbotham is visiting Bennett and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Sale Red lag Safe Price 1
supper No Trade
A picnic school with his son-in-law and daughter, Donald Bennett and sons came
at the MaX\ille H for the weekend.Mr. .
April 17. Mr. and Mrs. Bbb Robinson, in .
daysupper evening, Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had

a rHsSKSIS D. J. Parrish is confined to as guests during the week Mrs.

held in I the Bradford County hospital in Susie Norman of Jacksonville,

I j Starke. He broke his leg Tuesday Miss Debbie Phillips of Maxville,

morning while at work. and Mrs. W C. Cox of Hampton.Mr. .
Mrs. Alverta Starling and

principal. C. O. Wainwright Mrs. Carolyn Ellis of Jacksonville! sons were in Jacksonvilleon WASHEI;
Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs.
wife. Sunday with Mrs. Doss
his Arthur Williamson.
Higginbotham and family. OF THE AMAZING Tltol motea i&Qii&n VVfaft
eSvIcrnVHleDen- Miss Mary Julia 1\etch, of oj|
Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastingsand i
their Florida State University, Tallahassee
onluaUon Clubs will hold Mrs. W. A. Cannon of'Palat
Tuesdav spent her Easter vacationwith I ,
annual dress revue ; ka were guests of Mr. and Mrs. her mother and brothers.
10 a.m. at the Semi C. B. Nolan and -
rii family on Tuesday -
Mrs. Bennett and
Std Jacksonville. The Troy Cars
Hole in attend. Those were shopping in Jacksonville or L ..
publiC is invited to : Friday.Mr. .
to part .
from .laxville scheduled H.R. : .yy..y.y and Mrs. H. C. Wainwrighland t t 1r

cipate in it' are Mesdames VIfPINE Clyde entertained the M. Y. ?

Kilgore\Nolan wjsrs LEVEl F.ith an egg* hunt at thei] Save 73.95 Save 63-95 J1MtI

C'j B. and home on Sunday afternoon. Eacl
North B. H. t.y \Ir.. II. JM. MefaeSAAAA..AAA..AAAIAUAAAAA! member, brought a friend. Mrs I .

Leslie_. ...Sweat...0.b .ut.... .. May Srd Wainwright, assisted by Mrs. G _\4 ''I ( 1-- ,
CI'lCIU. meeting of the W. Roberts, served delicious home 1

The regular be held There i'as made cake and punch to the \ 8 Cubic
Club will a good attendance All Porcelain Feet
Civic ;
Maxville 3, at 8 j at church on Easter. with eighteen guests. ,
night, May ;z ;;; __ I
Friday _
on members are urged to 183 in Sunday School classes The Woman's missionary Union ;; __ AUTOMATICWASHER I *
p.m. All Interested in i and lots of visitors. held their program and social ,, Area 13.3 sq. ft.

attend anyone of the community is We are sorry to report the meeting at the church on Tuesday 44 Lb. Storage for Frozen

the welfareand' illness of 'Mr. and Mrs H. H. evening. Mrs. Troy Bennett Food

Invited. Lewis Mrs. Jeff Lewis, Mrs.< Viola served potato chips cookies and All' Porcelain Inside &. r.
Birthday Party lemonade to the following ladies, Deep Door Shelves i I
Griffis. Mrs. Win- 'Cheshire, and Mr. Eves and wish Out
Mrs. Waver Mesdames O. J. Anders Sam "I
and Mrs. ,Sarah them a speedy recovery.Mrs. 4 Wond-R-Dial Control Porcelain Humidity Crisper
fred Harris entertained at the Johnnie Turner and son' Hicks Fred Moore Arthur S Jet Spray Rinse -

Rhinedress on Wednesday Warren of Deland are spendingthis Pearce, Mary Reddish W. L. I Famous Thrlfttvator l|

home of Mrs. Griffis April 17, witha week with Mr. and Mrs. I Mills Jr., Milo Smith. Joyce Washing Action 15 Years Warranty Thrifti i
afternoon. Futch and Miss Elizabeth Terry. Master Unit
party honoring Robert Starling. Overflow Rinse I
double birthday Griffis and Evelyn Visitors of the H. M. McRaes Mr. and Mrs Hubert Priest and I.Year Free Service .

Betty Jean celebratingtheir Sunday afternoon were Mr. and family spent Sunday in,, Lake l.:='- J'

Harris who were Games were Mrs. F. L. Connors, and Mrs. City with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest : -- : _
11th birthdays. Williams and son. They and the 'O.j 1
evening Winnie Wood all of Jacksonville.

played throughout the gifts the were open Mr and Mrs. Robert Myrick Williams attended an egg hunt $166.)0() $176 (&)() 1
after refreshments served. visited her parents, the H. M. at the Frank Jones home In the RedTagSalePrice'iCome ,

ed and this occasion McRaes. Wednesday night of last afternoon.Mr. !
1 Those enjoying and. honorees week before leaving for Bruns and Mrs. Lester Sweat of Red Sale Price With Trade
with the Peggy .and wick. Ga. for a visit with Lt. Maxville spent Sunday afternoopwith 1

were Jackie Joyner Helen, Mike and fend Mrs. B.. M. Myrick. They Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders ,, J
Lucas were accompanied to Brunswick and Mrs. Sam Hicks. /
r-v Robert's mother, Mrs. Sue Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins had -
Myrick of ,Starke'. as guests during the weekend Mr .

Ale Mrs. Tommy Cason and sons and Mrs. Horace Cox and'Misz'
ris. Judy Rhinedress Freddie and Gerald visited relatives in Williston last Adel Dinkins ,of Jacksonville, Mr, -

Helen sweat Johns, Joyce, Sunday. and .Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. ,
Griffis, Bell, Byble Mr,. and Mrs. Eston Brown Augustine and the Charles Din- ;. I
and Francis in and look around it thel
Janice Bass. Ida Smith, were Sunday guests of Mr and kins family of Starke. : C
Smith Wanda Mrs. Everett Oliver in Jacksonville Mrs'Mary Reddish nad-as Sun- \ I
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and Louise Baldwin Bass.boys track teampla'ed day guests Mr. and Mrs.\ Roy Red- +' price you see marked on theDoesn't Red

The the Bolles School Sunday evening dinner guests of dish of Webster, Mrs. Eve Godwin ,
against Thursday the A. J. Fenders- were Mrs. of Starke and Mr., and'},{rs. #

t in Jacksonville but Bolles last defeated i Fender's father R L. Batten Bryant Reddish and Mrs. /B. Tag Suit YouMake usA .

afternoon, and her brother and sister-in-law, Godwin and children of the State J

them. Mr. and Mrs.' Earl. Batten and Farm.; '
W. H. Norman of Jacksonville K' .Reasonable ert : .
Mrs. was the guest of her daughter all of Lake Gene'a.Recent Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville r

the weekend with ,
Phillips, Monday spent ., t "
Debbie .
sister, and H. C. S
$ Birth Harley.her parents. Mr. Mrs. -S WOM'TBEUDERSOL .

George Andrews of-Sebrlng visited ,S-Sgt and -Mrs. E. L. Hornsbyof Miss Elizabeth Terry went with

friends here in 18Xillle'loon- fairfield, Calif. announce the Mrs. Morgan Gresham, and Louis WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

day birth of daughter, Brenda Sue and Dewey Beck of Starke 'and "

Lester Taggart 'entered on April 5.. Sgt. 'Hornsby Is theson spent from Friday until Monday :

thevB dford County| Hospital of Mr. and Mrs.:R. E. Horns with her brother-in-law and 'sister 234 N. temple Avenue Phone 166 j i Starke, Florida

\\ednesday to undergo surgery. by of Starke. Mr., and Mrs. J. P.I'WyricklMrs.. ,


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Garden Club Panel l June Wedding Set Social Club Enjoys : BPW District Meet

Gives Officer SlateThe By Willam HayesAnd Songs And _Games NOTICE OF UNPAID DELI\QVE\T INTANGIBLE
I .- The BPW club will attend a PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXESAs

I slarke Havana Girl lie District meeting in Arlington
i Garden Club met Member of Starke Social provided by Chapter 207J4. Acts of; 1S41. notice is hereby given
Monday evening at the .Parish .. Club, decked out in 'centennial Jacksonville on Sunday. All mem- 'that intangible personal property taxes assessed for ISifi are now delinquent -
House on bers will meet at the local Post and beginning with April ;st such taxes are drawing interest
Church Street
'. costumes, enjoyed genies'and, of 2 per cent per month plus & penalty' of 10 per cent and the propor-
Mrs. JjA Griffin, chairman of singing as they met'In tbfe Pres- Office_ at 8:30 Sunday morningfor tionate cost of publishing this notice. Unless the amounts set opposite
transportation. each! 'name be.ow are paid before the first of May. 1957
the tax executions-
nominating committee, presented educational Monday ; '
byterian building
a will issue thereon,and be delivered to the sheriff for levy upon any
Mooty the following partial slate night. property, real, personal,. or mixed belonging to the taxpayer, for unpaid -

b Flume 35 of officers:'second vice-president, ry4d Prizes in the 'cost D1e- ontest ODC'.Meeting intangible taxes,personal penalties property and Additional taxpayers cost,and*. the The amount names of of delinquent taxes, including -

i Mrs., Jim Ritch; recording seC- went to"Mrs.: J. 'M. Mitchell and the cost of advertising and the first month's penalty are as
Mrs. Russell Norman a The W. T. follows: i
retary, A ; Mr. A. Watson. Week's chapter

. Ovedia Griffis Weds Maurice. Prevatt corresponding secretary, Mrs. ,T. M The group participated in' sing- UJD.C. will hold their :May meet- Acme Home Builders, Tnc $ 2.75' \Marie D. .Houpt '.99-
Calvin -
;B. Harding; treasurer, Mrs. P. > ab ing old-fashioned songs and play- ing'Wednesday afternoon, :May 1, J, Ho Pt.. '-99

In Candlelight Rites/Al State Farm t3w J. Quattlebaum; publicity and ing various games. Hostesses at 3:30 o'clock' at the home of : J. R. KELLY,

historian, Mrs. Harry Mooty. were'Mrs., Louis Hill. Miss Min- Mrs.. W. B. Mundy. Tax. Collector,

The remaining officers will be a .,,- nie Bessant and Miss Gertrude +t I I Bradford' County, Florida.It 426ALVAREZ'

presented at the May meeting.It Eppen.! \ Beef BarbecueAn .

was voted for Mrs. Jessie t 4 .. .

Young to have her Junior Gard- Ind Flow Work Shop ,- .Id-fashioned barbecued beef II' Men's Clothing

eners put on display in one of "S supper will be served in the First I' STORE Established 1894 III
the downtown stores in the com- II III
.' :Members of the Starke Garden Methodist recreation hall Satur- .

ing month. Mrs. Frazier Shaw ,./.A4- ; .,"\. Club are reminded to participate day night from 5' to 8 'pjn. All

was voted chairman of the committee ...)-_--_-';--;v" in the Flower Work Shop being you can eat for $1.50. Plates to

for the Centennial float} '.' You will, be welcome in
sponsored by the club .and'conducted go. Centennial -

a During the\. program Mrs. Quat by :Mrs. Elizabeth Stuartof dress.Recent I Use BANK Orders
t tlebaum chairman, Money
f program .--:. 1 Jacksonville, Saturday after-
showed two colored films. noon starting at 1 o'clock In
shortcake and cof- Sr. and Sra. Jose A, Alvarez Births
;. Strawberry the Parish House on Church
rI fee were served, by the hostesses: of Miramar,' Havana, Cuba, announce I '
I a Street. Mr. and Mrs. Os ie Wynn of they're '
t -4 Mrs. F. B. Beard, ,chairman, Mrs. the engagement of their
'Each member Is asked to bring Starke announce .the birth of. a
Maxie Carter Sr. Mrs. Claude daughter Ena Maria to WilliamE. -
% greenery, fresh flowers ,a shal- daughter, Karen Annette, on 1l\
of :Miami of M: r,
Crowson,! :Mrs. Joe Martinez, Hayes son needle hold- 4 I '
low container, point Apr. 18 at Bradford County Hospital ?
> 1A M'ti Mrs. Ira Wilson, and :Mrs A. F. and Mrs. E.''W..Hayes of Starke. ers,.etc. All are urged to attend. L M ,
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The civil will take
Sauls. ceremony SAFE
place in Miami on June 25, and ,

Centennial FashionsTo the religious ceremony will be Ham Supper ( Lutheran Services /

an event of June 29 at the chapelof CONVENIENT

i v Be DisplayedIn the .Church of Saint Rita, The ladies of the Christian 122. E. Washington St. ems.

; f :Miramar., Church will give an oldfashionedham Regular services will be held .

Hampton, Show Miss Alvarez is a Junior at supper Thursday, May 2, at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our 'l *INEXPENSIVE .

of Havana. Mr. from '5:30": to 8.30 p.m., in the
the University
location 122 E.
new Washington '
: : ,"I "Centennial. Preview"-glimpses' Hayes received ''his"LL.B degreein Elementary) Cafeteria. Proceeds' ,Street (near Walnut Street) Up To $10.00 . 10c

: of clothes you'll be seeing moreand from the University of will on' the Piano Fund.
I I more of in Starke' as Cen- 1951 go V A, series of lectures will be '$10.01 To 20.00 .. . 15c
Florida, :where he was 'Presidentof given during the month ft April

tennial week draws near '- is Pi Kappa Alpha, social frater- Wesleyan. Guild subject, being, The LutheranChurch 20.01 To 50.00 20c
( the title of a fashion show at
b nity, and a member of Phi Alpha ahd The Bible," Don't
Hampton Elementary School to- $50.01 To $100.00 . 25c
D.elta'legal Service Guild, miss these ,interesting discus-
night (Friday) at 8 p. ni. The
Unit 2, will meet Tuesday evening sions. __ 15c for each additional
event is sponsored as a highlight $100 or fraction (thereof.
: ;of the Hampton drive for Methodist GroupTo ;'Apr 30, at 7:30 o' ock'at The Rev. A. P. Gerbhardt: pas-,

t the home of Mrs. 'Harry Mooty, tor of The First Lutheran Churchof
for American Cancer
funds the
,4 d Society. j' Attend MeetingTonight 200 E. Adkins St. with Mrs. Gainesville, will) conduct the Community State Bank of StarkeMember

.. Dresses and accessories dating (Friday) members of Mooty and 'Mrs, Louis. Hillendahl servic s._ ,

."' .. ,'. -'. from a hundred years ago, and the Young Adult Group of the as hostesses: There will be an All persons without a home Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
., ." .. .. election of officers. church invited to attend.
will are .
-. ., "..'" some not quite' that First.Methodist Church will take
:. ''.s t,,''.' ,- spotlight the program, with Mrs. part in a district meeting' to be I ,
: -r Leila Mundy fashion commen- held in Ganesville at the Wesley'
! :h tator. Approximately 20 models i Community "{efuodist'Church..,

will parade in the show, with I The group, will meet at the
t In a beautiful candlelight wed- orchid from which fell white satin
Phi sorority of Gaines- USE
Beta Sigma local church and leave for
ding ceremony performed Satur- .streamers.
Starke assisting in modeling.Mrs. ville in time for the meeting
day evening, April 13, at 8 o'clock Mrs. Griffi. the bride's mother,
Alderman, Hampton
T. J. beginning' 8 o'clock. Ralph
, at the State Farm Community was 'attired in a lovely Navy !blue fund
chairman of the cancer Nettles of ..Brooker, a member of
Club. Miss Ovedia Griffis becamethe dress complimented with, a white house-to- an
drive, said that no the Starke church, is chaianan !
bride of Maurice Prevail. The iris corsage. > if
will be and
house soliciting of the steering commltt,
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt chose a grey lace I A
sufficient funds are raised throughthe will preside at this mee\ g. ,
:Mrs. E. A. Griffis of the State dress over pink and,wore a white fashion show. Mrs. Aldermanis

Farm and the bridegroom is he iris corsage.
assisted in the fund-raising
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt Following the wedding a reception Durling Hospital: Auxiliary
effort Miss Betty
of Macclenny. Rev. J. D. Wil- was held in the 'club room
Mrs. Dorothy Eiland. Hears Miss MorganMiss
where Aver bells from and "
liams of Glen St. Mary performed were hung

the double-ring nuptials. the door arch and over the re .' v 0y.
:Miss Virginia Morgan, administrator -
I The altar wan banked 'with freshment table., Vases of white Junior Women

pedestal baskets of white glad- gladioli and baby breath were of the John Henry Thomas I ..

ioli, white chrysanthemums': and also placed at points of interest Members of the Junior Woman's Memorial Blood Bank of Gaines .' '

baby breath against a backgroundof throughout the club room. The I Club will elect and install officers ville, was ,the guest speaker at

palms. White candles \in\ bride's table was overlaid with a. at their monthly meeting next the Hospital Auxiliary meetingon ) : /

branched candelabra cast a soft pastel linen cloth and centered Thursday night, May 2. The meeting Wednesday afternoon, Apr. 17, ; n : :
: ;
glow over the selling. with a three-tiered' heart-shaped 3 will begin at 8 p.rd. and Mrs.C. in the Starke Woman's club: :Miss .

As the guests were assembling wedding cake which was sur- W. Owens, junior district di- Morgan was introduced by R E. :'

Mrs. John Green Sapp played soft] rounded with fern and baby rector from Jacksonville, will be Edmondson, administrator of the

nuptial music at the "piano and breath. Flanking the cake were the installing officer. The meetingwas Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. .

accompanied Mrs. Harvey Wil- crystal holders with burning white changed from the first Mon- S. E Simmons, president,

liams the soloist. tapers. Crystal punch bowls were to Thursday because of the Cen- presided over the meeting. The

Pete Harvey of Jacksonville attended placed at each end of the table. tennial festivities same officers were re-elected for

the bridegroom as best- Standing in the receiving line the coming year.Refreshments .

man and the ushers were Ray at the reception were membersof were served by

Prevail and C. J. Gookins of Mac- the bridal party and Mrs. Grif- Scavenger Hunt Set the Hospital committee,Mrs. E. i 'y ,5

clenny. fis and Mrs. Prevatt. Mrs. Roxie L. :Matthews chairman, during the

:Miss Loedith Griffis of the Kirkland of Macclenny cut the The Senior MYF of pie First social hour.Executive.

State Farm served her sister as' bride's cake, Miro Peggy Prevatt Methodist Church will have a .

maid of honor and was attired in kept the bride's book and pre- scavenger hunt tonight (Friday). Board

a full length yellow taffeta gown siding at the punch bowls were The young people will meet at ,.,

:featuring a large bow at the Misses Judy Harrell and Wanda the church, to receive instructions The executive board of the "% "?) I

waistline in back. She carried a Faye Shad. Also assisting in before leaving in groups to find Starke Woman's Club will meet

serving were Mrs. J. G Caldwell clues. The planning committeehas
yellow chrysanthemums -
nosegay \ afternoon; :May 2, at
a>l and wore a bandeau of and Mrs R. P. McLendon. been working hard to make Thursday house. .
at the club
3:30.0'clCiCk ,
matching flowers in her hair. Following a week's honeymoon this one of the best. d

Miss Winnafae Griffis and Miss at Daytona Beach the bride and r

i' Jean Moore, both of Jacksonville groom are making' their home in STATE ROD DEPA RTMEVT OF FLORIDA
attended the bride as bridesmaidsand fHr.

their gowns were designed on bride is a graduate of Brad- NOTICE IS HEREPT GIVEN: ,
similar linen as the honor attendant ford High School and is now employed That the State Road Board \at its meeting traffic of April regulations 12 gave

Miss Griffis' gown was of by Bell Telephone Co. in consideration in each case .to made the a requests review pf relati tn e ng trtiffic to special investigation olocations : a
Jacksonville. The bridegroom is of the e ngineer at the location or
green taffeta and she carried with the recommendations -
matching flowers. Miss :Moore's a graduate of Macclenny High described. below:

School and is employed with Gen- LOC.. [ v'Recommended Regntatlo
gown was of pink taffeta, and her COUNTY:: ROAD t

flowers were blue.. eral Motors in Jacksonville. S-100-A From SLD MP 5.459 to' .

in Bradford ,MP 6.\\D65. dIstance .
The bride, given marriage by SLD Zone :a l
35 IPII Speed
mi., itarke
her father, chose for her wedding <* SATURDAY MAIL 0.606 i

beautiful lace gown with a floor Bradford 200 From SLD MP 7039 to "
Postmaster G. J. Mcqriff Jr. SLD MP 7.S 40 and from {:k x
length full rWrt and the tight
said this week that one mail SLD MP 8.4to SLD -
fitting bodice featured long MP 9844.; I distance 2.32 Eliminate 25 MPII
delivery instead of two will be Speed Zone
sleeves which tapered to points Mi., 'Starke. ;
made to businesses on Saturday f *
over her wrists. In her hair she Bradford. 200 From SLD MP 7.039t0 -. f
and from
SLD :MP-7.5 i9
wore a Juliet cap embroideredwith YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester -, SLD MP '9 047 to SLD ,. ., k,
pearlized beads from which MP 9844 distance 1.- ,
brook pruse-slze fountain pens ta mi.St!arks :. <:; ,MpH Speed Zone
fell a finger tip veil of sheer il :-:_ ..to.. 307 ,
lusion. She carried a white Bible pastel.shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford 'Bra ford -""-::200 From SLD MP 7.549.to .- : a w f

topped with a purple throated County Telegraph. _. SLD MP 7J!940! and from II
I SLD MP 8,425 to SLD 1 I' i ..
< MPj.9.047 distance 1.- : 1v..p.,
.. NOTICE OF t'NP.LID DELINQUENTL 013 mi Lrke f(3ii MPH Speed Zone.
PradfordS22.9:! Between S!LD MP o,ooo :
A. provided by Chapter 26723 a<,Ms of'1941. Notice Is, hereby given and SLD i!IP 0.320"dis- .
th;t Tangible Personal Property Ta:tea Assessed for year.1956 are now I tance, 0.320 mL, :Starke_ 40 MPH Speed Zone
deltnqent and beginning April lei t l: touch taxes are drawing interest ,
tif 1% per month plus proportionsrules .t cost of publishing the notice Bradford:0 From SLD MP 0.000 to Eliminate 25 .MPH 65,000 pounds couldn't harm this
te amounts ret opposite eai.ch name below art paid before 1st \ SLD MP Uqnford : SS.iStarte. : SPeedzone -
day of liar i57. Warrants will be Issued thereon directing! levy upon : ,
the seizure rf Tangible Personal Property of the Tax Payers for 1 230 Graduated spied zbne t '.
unpaid tau, penalties and additio,nal coats. The name of delinquentthe : .. in. Syarke i.a follows:' .'
Personal Property Tax Payers and amount of taxes, including the \ t
-()i; of advertising .and the first aonth'g penalty are. as follows: ." t Between SLD! MP 0-
000 ,and S J3 MP 0.ce .- I
n.b'ca' Adams, Cafe 2.12 Snack Bar 3.63 243, distan 0.243 mi. :25! MPII Speed ZoneD ,
John A. Cummings, Jr. "3.63 Guy ,Starling 46.05 m
Dttntur. Broadcasting Co. 9.69 West End Grocery 18.78 :,: Between S: MP 0.I :-
1>ay men Dell Barter Shop %.1% CARL JOHI !\'; ; 243 and SIt > MP 0.540, ThoughEAUTYREST
Alton Dobbs 23.33 City Tbx Collector distance 0.!!97 mL \ 35 MPH Speed! Zone
, Chris J. Newborn Studio 213 I City of Starke ,
New Method Cleaners 30.90 Bradford County, FloridaOT1CK ", ,"., Between S,LD MP 0. .
g( 540 and SI JJ MP 1.114" IF
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXESAs I Bradford t 100 to From gLD:SLD Mp MP 11.387 19.297 and Mack,heaviest truck on earth, not one of the 837 individually c _-;_ t

provided by Chapter %207J3 Acts of 1J41, Notice Is hereby given .. from SLD MP 11.675 to Eliminate 25 MPH pocketed coils was broken! An impressive demonstration /.:- --.; ,
that tangible! personal property taxes assessed for the year 1956 are SLD MP 12.499 Starke Speed Zone
noar delinquent and beginning April 1st such taxes are drawing interest proving that Beautyrest can really take it! .. '
of one per cent per month plus the proportionate cost of publishing Bradford 10From, SLD ,MP 11.098..to \.1.; '
this notice. Unless the amounts set opposite each name below are SLD MP 11.387 and I
Jl ud before the first day of May, 1957. warrants will be Issued thereon front SLD MP\ 1.675 'to' Guaranteed for 10 years, this famous Simmons mattress
directing levy upon the seizure of the tangible personal property of SLD MP 12.270, distance -
the taxpayers for unpaid taxes penalties and additional costs. The 0.888, Stbrke 35 MPH Speed Zone- actually lasts for 15, 20 years and longer! And, most im- 'E NORMAL-FIRM

name of delinquent personal property taxpayers and the amount f f\ comfortable too! Are enjoying /
100 From SLD MP 12.270 to portant itstays superbly you
month's Bradford
taxes Including the cost of advertising and the first penalties
Ere as follows SLD MP 12.499 distance. Beautyrestluiury sleep? %**&&** EXTRA_ -FIRM
0.229 'mL 45 MPH Speed Zone

SCHOOL DISTRICT:: 1 Joe Preston %.n ". *
B. M. Barnhill x t 9.70 Red Seal Electric &; Machine Bradford 16 From SLD MP 7.787 to .
Willie bIn 406 Shop 38.93 .-. r,, SLD MP. v.334. distance Eliminate 25 MPH
R. A. Carlton 11.58 Carl Ritch 69.84 2547 ml., StarklSpeed!
Hazel Goodell Coopedge 11.58 Shay's ArmySurplus Store 19.61
Paul I* Crawford Jr. 1.80 Starke Motor Parts' Co. "' 19S.46 Bradford .16 From SLD MP S.793, to
Wesley Crews 2089 Guy Starling 116.20 .'i SLD MP 9.092. distance
Paul Dinkins 1.80 Herb Thomas 58.24 ,I "' : 02S9 mi. Starke J. MPH Speed, Zone. i
R. H. Green Jr. S1.90 Tom Toasted Petnut -Co. 69.06 .I
Herman i Bradford 16 Between SLD MP '..414I .
Greenwalt 4.01 Try-Me Cafe 8.33:
William H. Hall 2.18 ranford Warren 19.61 I and SLD MP 9320. distance Furniture Co.
Fred C. Lanier 17.23 Weeks Radio & TV Service 8.03 0.506 ml, Starke 35 :MPH Speed Zone '
E. B. Mlligan 406 West End Grocery 46.66 I
Bradford ;1C From SLD MP LOU to
James Dave Henderson T. wainwright 19.11 5.56 Lewis Cigar & Candy,Co.. 38.93 SLD MP 9.414, distance .
0.322 mi. Starke 25 MPH Speed Zone
lUbeeca Adams, Care 4.16 W. E.. Elgham, Jr. 37.9. On motion duly made and seconded, the above traffic and speed
H. C. Brown 15.75 R.-1[. Green, "Jr. ,37.92 I I regulations were'determined to be reasonable (land necessary upon the Fre rDetfvery OF STARKE Free Deliver}
Zary Crawford .11.8* H. H. Mott > ,20.24 I basis of the engineering and traffic investigations,- and.authority vu
John A. Cummings. Jr. 8.13 i therefore given for the establishment of same and the placing of the
Decatur Broadcasting Co. 23.48 'Tax.-Collector'J. R. KELLY I Jlro ..r JJ\&rkiugs..and.signs as Indicated; also, for the elimination. '. oiexlaling. ,434 "446 W. TALL ST.: PRONE 151
Alton Dobbs 58.Z4 : controls where this is Indicated :"' -
Ducky's 77.56 Bradford County Florida II .. ., K WILBUR E. JONES. C s N t7
HiToneMusic It 4/26 I '". ( ..Irma". ,
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... A # P '", ". K: G, Duncan spent.the weekend L. E. Bobzin has returned'1 to Mrs. Joe''Y'I1sonspent the weekend (Official-Sell: ) Charts A 'Darby and file the original In me office'ct You are hereby*notifies that a

in Tennille, Ga. visiting Mr. his .old home in Creston la. ,after : with her sister, Mrs. S. T. Clerk ot the Circuit Court. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or. suit for divorce
By Marlin Ik Crosby Deputy Clerk before the 27 day of May, 1957: baa been filed &g&1D170U In the
and Mrs. Roy. Smith and Mrs. spending three months at Dell Sr. in Gainesville. 4/28 4t 5/17 otherwise the allegations of said above named Court and cause and
Duncan. Mrs. Duncan has been, the Titus Olson apartments. Mrs. J. M. Edwards and daughters ; Complaint will be taken as confessed yon are required to serve a
staying with her sister, Mrs. Albert Kruse of' Miami visited spent last Friday and Sat la Clrevlt Coart. Bradford County by youThis notice shall oe puollihed I the copy complaint of your answer"n the or pleading Plaintiff u

Smith, for several weeks during his family and Mr. and Mrs. urday with' her son-in-law (and Diiniel Florida E.la ('...f>elT.Plaintiff' once each week for four consecu Attorney Carl G. Swanson 109
Salmon ,
vs. tim weeks in the Bradford County
her critical illness. G. J. McGriff Jr.. over the week daughter, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. M. Patricia Leary Salmon, Defendant. Telegraph. Iaw sonville Exchange 2, Florida Building, Jack.'

Mrs. Frank nmingway,who end. High in Jacksonville. The Highs Votlee Case N. 1D-2152 Dated this 19 day of April, '1957. and file the original In the office of-

INThE NEWS recently underwent surgery in Dr. Chris Charratt of Lakeland. d spent the weekend here with the To: Patricia T. Appear.Laary Salmon whose (OFFICIAL Clerk, SEAL of the Charles Circuit A. Darb Court> ) the before Clerk the of the 27 day Circuit of Court May, on 1957 or

Jacksonville, waS home for the was home for the weekend. Edwards family.' residence and address is: 7815 Bur By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy CH" otherwise the allegations of said;
nett Road, Austin, Texas.
'r" T I 1.4#,#-- .. weekend. On Wednesday Mr. and :Mr. and :Mrs. W, H., Nollman j Rep. and Mrs. Marvin Rowellof Ton are norony nounea that a 4/26 4t 5/17 Complaint by will be taken a* confessed -

Mrs. Hemmingway returned i to will be in Tampa over the weekend Stuart were Sunday visitors suit for divorce NOTICE TO APPEAR youThis notice shall be publlsnea
his the 62nd has been filed against yon la the U Circuit haart. once
Terry Walters celebrated Attending annual; Bradford Cuty. each week
I Jacksonville to stay with their on a business and pleasure of'Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. above named Court and cause and Florida !. Ckaieery. for four consecutive
witha convention of the Florida weeks In the Bradford
_,14th birthday anniversary Federation daughter, Mrs. Hal Alexander, trip. Airman Meed Lewis of 'Norfolk ( you are.required to serve a copy of Gertrude L. Mennella\Plaintiff. vs. graph. County Tele
Jacksonvill of Woman's Clubs at the your answer or pleading to the com- John .
family at Mennella DefenJant.
whip Mrs; Hemmingway sees gaul: Hawkins of Waldo and ; Va. spent last week with plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney Case ; Dated this 19 day of April 1957.
Beach Palm Beach Biltmore Hotel NQ. (Official Seal) Charles
on Friday her doctor for a checkup.Mrs. Miss Mary Chesser Gainesville. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Louis T. Ransom. 608 Consolidated ftle' T. Appear Clerk A. Darby
SFC and Mrs. A. W. Chapman Tuesday to Thursday, were Mn of Starke I of Building, Jacksonville 2, To: John Mannella, whose resi By Marian U the Circuit Court.
Lucile Davis were Sunday dinner guests Lewis. Florida, dence Crosby Deputy Clerk
and of Columbus Ga. C. L. Scholl, president of the and Address Is: Unknown..
.daughter N. North 4/26 4t 5/17
and Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr..and Mrs.. Titus Olson. Bill McClane of Atlanta spent
spent the weekend with her par Starke Woman's Club, and Mrs. and son, Billy, and Mrs. ,Nell Dr. and Mrs.. Wl. E. Middletonand the weekend with his grandpa
ents, Mr. and :Mrs. E. E. Tanner, A. Russell Norman, president Farm spent ) Middleton and Mrs. -George Flynn.
Beavers of the State Miss Madge were eats Mr. 2 GREAT APRIL BUYS
elect, and Mrs. Carl Roberts, 3
at Camp Blanding. Mrs. Waltersand PIECE
the weekend with Mr; and in Jacksonville Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. '
Visiting Mrs. J. L. Lewis in president of the Junior Woman's H. G. Davis Jr. in Gainesville! Mrs. Mae Jones rand family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. -Waltersof

St. Vincent's Hospital on Sunday Club, and Mrs. John A. Torode. Mrs. Beavers' 75th birthday anniversary : and Mrs. Russell S. Mc- Jacksonville were Saturday

were Mr. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lucile Davis is spending, was observed en Sun Rae had a family reunion Easter afternoon visitors of Mr., an E. E. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Monday to Friday with the family :::.5
Sunday with 22 members of the Mrs. E. D. Tenly. ra. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, of Mr.,. and Mrs. R., D. Ed- day.Mr.. and 'Mrs.. Carl Roberts family present. Mrs.' Etta Hoover has had as ah '

and John ,Tilly. : mondson in Macclenny.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Roberta TWO MORE MERCURYSTO visitors Mrs. Helen Chace and $ 195
Rev. W. S. McAliley will re and Mrs. A.. Russell Norman t
and Cole of
in Daytona Beach on Sunday GO AT COST daughter, Mrs. 'Dudley
spending a visited Mr and Mrs. D. N.
after ,
turn Tuesday last week,
TinS MONTH ONLY Ocala on Thursday of
Monday.Mr. -
Ala. at Denmark Sr. in Jacksonville on: ,
week in Birmingham, .
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were I You will find these can sellingfor and Dr. James Chace of Gainesville .a
the General Assemblyof Sunday also visited the Fort
tending in Green Cove Springs on Sun less than the lowest price on Tuesday. Spring Special
Churches, U. S. Clinch near Fernandina Beach. t
Presbyterian day visiting' Mr. andMrs., C. A. fieldI Mr. and Mrs. M. W.,Lance had .
While enroute there ,he visited Misses Gail Duke and Sandra Geiger and Bill Doyle. lIUST1N THAT PRIZE! 1 as weekend guests Mr. and Mt .
friends and relatives in Alex.ander' Seay of FSU spent last Friday; and Mrs. Dealer family of
Mrs. O. L. Beasley Your .Mercury R. N. Carswell :
with Dr. and Mrs. T. G. RECLINING SLUMBER
City night '
J: W. Kincaid were in -G. J. McGriff Waycross, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. I. E. Enlow returned i Ritch while enroute to the home T- ,
weekend visiting; \Vi1s and family Simons Island, ,
Beach over-the I Mrs. C. R. n Lance of St. t ':key
Starke 'Tuesday after of Gail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. t st
I -
Tison. weekend J. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. : of Gainesville were Sgt and Mrs. L. .
having been called to Plant Cityon : Glen Duke, in Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel I guests of Mr. and Mrs."R. M. Mc- and' family of Valdosta, Mrs.
death of Mrs. for the weekend. On their return CHAIR
Apr.11 by the spent the weekend in Rome, Ga. Billy Burbank Jr. and son of

EnloVs father, Thomas H. Phil I to college the girls spent visiting Mr. Dankel's brother, Rae.Mayor and Mrs. Jeff Paulk Fernandina Beach, Mrs. B. I R.
.who was 101 years ,old. In Monday night with Mr., and Ml'!!. '
lips, John Dankel, who is confined in and daughters of Willacoochie,, Quinn and daughter of Inverness
terment was in Covington, Ky, H. C. Brown. of Mr.: Babs Lance of New Or-
hospital there. Ga.. were weekend guests and Miss
Mrs. D. E. Knight had as a Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burt ot a. .
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss and Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughter i I leans.
Mrs. F. H. Casonof Jackson, Mich. were guests the $69.95
weekend guest attended the Bob Taylor visited
Mamie Anderson of Archer were Sylvia. They all' Mr. and Mrs. '
Lake City.DeWayne first of the week of Mr. and in Lake the ; sa
weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs.E. Paulk' family reunion relatives! in Georgia over
Robert Kelly Strickland.
Elder, Mrs. Frow
M. Davis City on Sunday. weekend.
Buck Gill of TWO MORE MERCUKYS.. e
Lamar Shaw and Mrs. Maisie Helms and children Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Goethe of Sarasota e
South-Georgia College, were home TO GO AT COST Hortense,, with Mr. alifrs. Spring> Special .
Cotton of Green Paulk went to spent the weekend .
and Mrs. Oma Dave
weekend.Mr. MONTH ONLY 123 EAST CALL STREE : ;
for the Easter TillS Cove Springs' were weekend Ga. on'Wednesday to attend the .' Herbert. Thomas. She accompanied Y
and Mrs. S. R. Wallace You will find these cars sellingfor Roberts
H. Quick's Irene PHONE 80
of Mr. and Mrs. P T. funeral of, Mrs. C. Mrs
Sunday with less than the lowest price guests -
of Palatka spent Palatka Tues
Nc/lin. father, Mr. Hope. to her home' in
their aunt, Mrs. Frank Hoover fieldI Mrs. W. .H. Holland has returned Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Law day. Mrs. Roberts had been convalescing ; t
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhardof lmST1N THAT PRIZE! of her
to her home in Dublin, of Jacksonville were Monday at the home
Keystone Heights were Sunday Your Mercury Dealer after spending the winter visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley son-in-law and daughter for the
of Mr. and Mrs. -G. J. McGriffMr. Ga.
dinner guests son-in-law and daughter Andrews. ., past ten days. COMING .
W. T. Jackson.Mr. and Mrs. Charles homeon H. Leeksof ----
Peek returned and Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. S. I* H., B. Peyton Mr.
and Mrs. R. 0. Cantrell and children of Jacksonville were confinedin Easter visitors ,
being were
Waycross .
and family of Jacksonville were I visiting their parents, Mrs J. Jr. and familyMr Tuesday Herbert -- ....
the and Mrs.
E. Clark hadas Luke's Hospital of Mr.
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.. I I H. Fields and Mr. and Mrs. O. and Mrs. I. St.
Miss Mar weeks. Thomas.
Robert Green and Mr. and Mrs. W. White Sr., over the weekend. weekend guests two: her and
Clark of Miami, Mr. and KarenHarris celebrated Mr. and ).Irs. John Fry v L' v s 1r
N. P. Joyner. Mrs. Wallace Price of Quit- gueite v
Tuesday d of
Mrs. Kenneth Clark of Jacksonville third: birthday anniversary 'Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stamper!
Mr. and Mrs. Rene' Garcia man, Ga. spent Tuesday with her and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clarkof afternoon with a party for Cleveland, Tenn. spent last week
and daughter, Vivian of Camp daughter, Mrs. J. E. Groover, Pinner.
C 12 little friends. with Mrs.
S. ,
Belvedere, .
Blanding spent the Easter holidays and family.Mr. Jacksonville ]
Clark reportedto W. H. Edwards of
Jones were( SPStanley .Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler
in Fayettville, N. C.
L. F 'Pierson and and Mrs. Ernest Phillips: in Valdosta, Ga. over the week : Fort Hood, Texas on Wednesday spent the weekend with ../w 4b w ./ A A ww
Sgt. and Mrs. and son, Neil, and Mrs. Martna end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rdy after spending a 30-day leave her son-in-law and daughter, MInd .

daughters. Gonzalez spent the weekend with with his parents,'the I. E. Clarks. Mrs. Drew Reddish. The !
Mrs. Rosa Phillips' near Lake( Col. and Mrs. James P. Irvine All of the Starke Elementary: Reddishes drove her back I ton

I I City. and children of .Atlanta were( 4th grades, including 175 pupils, Sunday afternoon and while

Monday guests of' Col. and Mrs. visited Silver Springs on Thursday there visited Mr. and Mrs. W. .

FLORIDA of last week, and the 2nd I R.: Royster and new baby son. '
T. T.
IG.AS-TOONsl Mr and Mrs Lynd Ward of grades of Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Mrs. M. McDonald of Miami BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH _

Leonia, N. J. and Miss Kathryn Patray visited the bird museumin was the overnight guest Mondayof '

-Sf- of Daytona Beach were( Gainesville on. the. same day. ) her sister, Mrs. H. ,K.. Tyus
THEATRESAT. ; overnight'guests.. last Friday of David McKnight celebrated his I and family. I

GIB BROWN Mrs. M. F. Brown and son Mar 5th birthday anniversary last Mr. and :Mrs. Ray P. Taylor 48 PAGES ---- 5,000 COPIES

cus. Marcus is home this week Saturday afternoon with a party and Mr. and Mrs. E. .S. Beebe

., APRIL 27 ONLY t on Spring vacation from the for 15 friends.. v will be in Lakeland Saturday ,

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE University of Miami Medical Miss Linda Horn and Al Stef- attending a meeting of the American READ .

School. anelli of Jacksonville spent the Institute of Mining and ,

TWO MORE MERCURYSTO I weekend with Mr. and..Mrs. Henry -.. Metalurgical Engineers. i .

GO AT COST Stefanelli. Mrs. Polly Wait and daughters When Blood Covered The Snow In Starke .

MONTH ONLY Mr. and Mrs.. O. W, White Jr. of Brooker, Mrs. Henry Stef .
You will find these cars sellingfor were hosts at a 'family covered anelli and daughter, Elissa, and .-. 'How Starke Almost Become "Central. City"Six ,

less than the lowest price dish supper .Sunday evening. Enjoying Miss Pat Humphries spent Monday .. Sheriffs "Died With Their Boots On"
Mr. and Beach. .
fieldI the affair were at Neptune

1-WWI, \ IZ MUST WIN THAT PRIZE! Mrs. C. W. Savage and children .Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke of '. '{ '",- When Soldiers Raided The Town's Saloons \

DANE CLARK Boone and Tuesday night --, < .
Your Mercury Dealer Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jacksonville spent ,
I t.St lfc| ". .. and why does Madam _G. J. McGriff family, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White with their mother, Mrs. Shellie -: ," Buried Treasure At Kingsley Lake

Sara :--1 tdead1 F think she can persuade me to Mrs. Fred Guy and chidlren Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fields Hall.Mr. ,

P,1SIMaboa service her car AHEAD of Jane and Jimmy, of Gainesville and children 'of Jacksonville. and Mrs. T.: F.. Hutto and i ; And Many Others
% Winkler of of Jacksonville spent Sunday
with Ann family
\ Cta\IJtf others" spent Friday to, Monday Miss Martha '.
aJAMESCRAlG Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Live Oak and A-ic Edward A. with Mrs. L. S. Hutto and ,

CI1LoR/j We look ahead to the servicefor Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs Winkler of Tyndell AFB, Panama family.Mr. '

all our customers J. W. Lee are'spending this week City, were home for the and Mrs. X. M. Smith "and On Sa)1e Thurs. May 2, At Newsstands .
-- -- of Gainesville childrenattended a family re .
at the Brownlee cottage at st weekend. L. H. .v ,
PLUSACTION Beach. I was also' a weekend guestof union at Santa Fe .Lake on Sun .

GIB BROWNSERVICE Augustine the E. A. Winklers. day. 35c Per CopyThen
Sgt. and Mrs. T. B. Harding, .
I Ph-3 Jerry Colley of Pensa- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelliand
Jr. of Valdosta, Ga. were visiting \
STATION cola and Mr. and Mrs. Monte children of Tallhassee were

ADVENTURE I their parents on Sunday and Gurwit of Tampa spent the weekend visiting their parents, Mr. andMrs.

Standard Oil Products Monday.' with their mother, Mrs. M. Henry Stefanelli ind Mind .
iV TECHNICOLOR Mrs. Augusta HillmanM f H. Colley. Mrs. Russell Norman over ,

Phone 327 Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scruggs and the weekend.Mr \ .

407 N. Temple Ave. Bartley of Jacksonville were children of Weirsdale were'Monday and' Mrs. Edwin Sheppardof r

visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. William'orris visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Valdosta, Ga. were .visiting -

over the weekend. W. Andrews Sr. and Mr. and Mrs.- Kate. Sheppard and Mind .

M 0 M ,, Mrs. Bill Graham. Mrs. M. H. Sheppard las'r'iday

presents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensorof and Saturday. On Satur-

Jacksonville were visiting her urday afternoon Mrs. Kate Sheppard

ALL IN THE EAR mother, Mrs. Bertha ,Pearce, over went to Fort White. to visit .
i -'SPENCER the weekend. relatives through Sunday. .

I ,,r' and Mrs. E. K. Perryare Mrs. Ed Crosby and children
ROBERT YOUNG ...-....*... ,....... ... ge with ; S
1 1 <' ,'...>'.: ."" ':,.:.-.,,, I spending the weekend spent the Easter weekend
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1NORifiWEST .,{ (- : : hi; Atlanta where the Judge will relatives in Baxley, Vidalia and
< '( 'f:, attend the Emory Alumni day on Douglas) Ga.NOTICE.
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PASSAGE J .' "". '............. : .,.:...:}t":'r.. I Saturday.. TO APPEAR 1i
: I Mr. and Mrs. T.: E. Strickland !. Circuit Court. Bradford Comrtj. ,

''_. Uf toa$1L naarv .. of Belle Glade spent Thursday tr plorlri, la Cl..r.,ry. .
r Paul J. Welts Plaintiff vs.
Saturday with Mr: and Mrs. Paul Frances I* Weitx, Defendant.
,' Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cake No. 10-2156. ;
"Three Little Bops" Car Notice ta 'AppearTo
Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. : Frances L.Velti.. whose .
loon. Chapter No. 12 Serial I Alvarez., residence and address is: 208 West i i'i
I 20th Street Erie, Pennsylvania.You :. ;
Bill Wall of St. Augustine was are hereby notified that a '.!-: ,

SUN., )ION., TUES., '. rI visiting his aunt, Mrs. Joe,- Wil suit for divorce ::./ : -1'" I
In theabove
filed against
hag been yon
APRIL 28-29-30 son, on Saturday.Mr. named Ccfcrt and cause and .
and Mrs. B. T. Boone and yon are required to serve a copy a .
I Mrs. Olin White Sr. visited Rev. of yoursanswer or pleading to thimplaint 1
I 4 '; on the Plaintiff Attorney .
ea s } \rw and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery in

,j' Lake City on Wednesday after T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box .
546. Starke Florida'and '
.' ., file the original In the office ofthe on1ore
I, noon.Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. Clerk of the Circuit Cnurt on
..t5.0. \ S'e 27 dfer of May,, ,
#f ;;" or before the
tOKHItttttffFTUTIWU E"a '" and daughter, Flora, were visiting 1957; otherwise the allegations oflaid a
f. Mr. and Mrs. Slade Jr. and Complaint will' be taken al that
confessed by )"ou. a Per Annum
Hf eta a I family and Miss Joanne Slade. in This notice shall be publishedonce %
each week for four consecutive .
the weekend.
aa over weeks In the Bradford County Udtet'
i1 Mrs. Lola Johnson of Ocala Telegraph. account In our in-
was visiting'her son-in-law and Dated this 24 day of April 1937

a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (FFICIAL, Clerk SEAL ot)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Corn .' Insured Safety Semi-Annually

PLUS What you see in this girl's ear is Sonotone's new Godwin over the weekend. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 5 .on 'pays-you .

"Tweety And Beanstalk" hearing aid complete. IT'S WORN ENTIRELYIN Lt. Col and Mrs. J. A. Griffin 4/26 4t 5/17 Of Course!

Cartoon. THE EAR no cord no extra''button." This were Easter dinner guests of NOTICE TO APPEAR

i smallest Sonotone ever weighs only half an ounce, Mr. aid Mrs. M. E. Coker in la Florida Ctrevit t la Ovrt.Caaaeery.Braiferd Cory>

including smallest battery used in hearing aid. Jacksonville.Mjr. Raymond E. Musciano. Plaintiff vs. ,
You don't have to make'a
WED., THURS., FRI., Geraldine Mae Musciano, Defend .* trip to Gainesville. Just mail
_ MAY 1-2-3 Women, of course, cover everything with their and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher :.ant.t ': your check to First Federal and your account will be

I BIG DOUBLE FEATURE hairdos.On men,this amazing hearing aid is barely Jr. and family attended a family -. Notice T.'Appear Case No. 10-2151 .opened and your pass. book sent to you by return mail..
reunion over the weekend at : Musciano, .
Youinu I noticeable from any angle. To: Geraldine Mae / .
( = u IflIml the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.. whose residence and address is: ,
1 Ia.e I You just have to see this new transistor master B. Bookhart in Elloree, S. C. 1215 North 10th Street .Takoma '" '

piece to believe it. Triumph of 25-year search by Mr. and-Yrs. H. W. Moyer of Washington.Ton are hereby notified that a Why Accept Second Rate Returns When You Can Get First Rate
Sonotone engineers for hearing aid worn entirely suit for divorcehaa -
I Jacksonville were Easter guestsof been filed against yen U theabove *
/ in ear. their daughter, Mrs. Frow named Court and cause andand At i. *
ti yon are required to serve aoopy ,
COM IN. PHONE Oft Wft/Tt FREE OCMONSTJUTION-NO OIUCATION Strickland and family of your answer or pleading to
A north pROOUttiot the complaint on the Plaintiff I
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. ,Belche of
Attorney Louis T. Ransom COS r

t PLUS SONOTONESONOTONE with Pensacola their parents spent Mr.the and weekend Mrs. and Consolidated file 2 the. Florida original Building, the Jacksonville office. of- FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN.?

t "Zombie's Mora-Tau" J. G. Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. the* Clerk of the Circuit Court oa orbefore .
HEARING CENTER A. C. Belche ,at the State Farm. the 27 day of May, 1957;.

Starring Allison & Hayes Mrs. Ethel Pkkren of Gainesville otherwise Complaint the will allegation be taken a* con of!said...- I. Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp, Insured op lo $10,000

SAND MAGNOLIA HOTEL TUESDAY APR. 30 I anS Mr.; and Mrs. Cyril Pick- ed 07:700.Thl*: nolle. .shah be- published'onceeach 221 W. University Ave. Gainesville Fla.

"Boyhood_ Days" Cartoon .. ren 'and'fami1y of Ocala were week for four eonooeattr ,
week la the Bradford Co *ty Tola
Easter of Mr. and Mrs:
I guests
: HOURS 10 AM.TO 12 NOON graph. "
'. Seeber Goodman.< v, Dated this 1) day of April 1957. -.---

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AAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA John P. Long, of Jacksonville.Mr. of Hampton Baptist Sunday .
and 'Mrs. R. T ,
A. Gaunt Shoo were entertained with
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS have had as their guest Mr. Easter
egghunts last week. )Irs.
Gaunt's sister from St. Petersburg Raleigh Brannen
teacher, held
By Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 -Mrs. Clara Marris. the Beginners' party at the 'ENGINEERS"REPORTS
The S. E. McKays entertained church on Thursday afternoon.Mrs. .

-yy.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-'.-.----------TTTTTTTTTTTTTT- dinner guests on Easter Sundayin Milton Misner, Primary i. ; .
celebration of their 29th wed- teacher, entertained
Did You See Elephants? contract. The Chamber of Com-
ding anniversary.Mrs. her class at
her home
Don't worry if you did, because merce was assured. of the fullcooperation on 'Satur-
I there WERE elephants in of the Council by W. B. Belote and chil- day afternoon. '
last Chairman Ownbey. dren enjoyed, an Easter visit with Personals
Keystone on Thursday of
week. They were staked out, Home Demonstration Club her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Wayne Matchett, son of :Mr. Commend City of Starke'I

along with the giraffe and other Plans for projects for the com- tin Crosby of Foley, Ala. and Mrs. Marshal Matchett, spent
Mr. and Mrs. Blue
animals, behind the Washeteria ing year were' discussed at the George last weekend in West Palm
were weekend'guests of their Beach with a former roommate
after a couple of Clyde Beatty ,
meeting on Wednesday, April 17.
trucks broke down here. son, Jeff Thomas, and his familyin Gene Hester. Wayne was on va-
HD Club members list their desires -
but also a Jacksonville.. cation from the U of F.
Not only elephants,
as to programs for the
bull was on the loose until he coming year and topics receivingthe Miss, Jessie Moberg and Mrs. :Mrs. Fannie' Mills of Linden- On
was finally rounded up by hiscwner largest vote in the County Anna Dahl, who have been the hurst, N. 'Y., arrived this week SystemNow

Mr. Kennedy. Everything will be''selected. The local club guests of Mrs. John Thornquistand for a two or three-week visit ,
happens when the reporter is will entertain the County Council Miss Ruth Ohlson, left Tues- with 'Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Under

out of town.Luncheon in September. Their,last meet- day ta return to their home In wood and Mrs. Louise Hogan at i

And Card: Party ing of the yea will be on :May Minneapolis, Minn. Hampton Lake.
The Woman's Club will hold a 15, when they will have a pic Mr. and Mrs. .E.. H. Campbellof Mrs. Lonnie Melton and Mr. that the expansion and modernizing of the City's Electric Power Plant and Distri

luncheon and card party on nic.Easter. Concord, Mass. and their and Mrs. Marvin Falle drove {o bution System has been
Monday, April 29, beginning at Soloists daughters, Maryann and Jean, : Tallahassee on Thursday of last completed, we feel that it should,be of interest to the citizens of

12 noon. Reservations may be churches enjoyed the have been the guests of Mr. and week to bring home Mrs. Mel Starke to read_ the statements of qualified engineers on the
Keystone 1 present condition of the
made with Mrs. John Kargas. music of visiting soloists on Mrs. Lamar Rozear in their Lake ton's stepmother, Mrs. Lillie; plant and system. .
Mrs. Gay. Livingston is.in chargeof The First Baptist Geneva home. Bias, who has been confined to
tables. Sunday. Van Carpenter, a student at the Edwards Hospital there! '
Mrs. M. G. Eck-
PTA Officers ford Church of heard Jacksonville sing "In Newberry College, and his mother Mr- and Mrs. Bert HinsonJr. REPORT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEER would result in a substantial saving in investmentcosts
Mrs. W. G. Carpenter, were
Recently elected to office in of Panama City were week-
the End of the Sabbath" by Oley and would
weekend guests ,here.Van returns January 25 1957 provide sufficient generating capacity
PTA were, ,
the Keystone Heights and "0 Divine Redeemer"by end visitors in Hampton with
Speaks for the
:Mrs. Hubert Ridaught, president; Gounod. Mrs. Albert Bach- to Newberry College on his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Bert Tothe City Council anticipated for the next ten years. Your
Paul Peters, vice-president; Mrs.A. winter resident of Key- Thursday.Mrs. Hinson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur / Council approved our report and authorized us to pro-
E. Anthony Jr., secretary; stone mann, sang a for the congregation I Emma Carter of Little- Gaskins and family of Heilbronnwere City of Starke, Florida \ ceed with plans and specifications for, a new Power

Mrs. D. W. Shackelfbrd, treas of the Community Church "0 guest ton Common early in, the Mass week'was of Col.the Sunday dinner guests. I have spent two days in Starke, Florida, investi .Plant building, for moving the generating units and

in the Lord" by Mendels- Mrs. Betty May and" daughter, their accessories from New Bern and for
urer.The of the future of Rest and Mrs. David A. Nelson, Mrs. gating various electric services in the City, both residential the installation
weekend guests of and placing in
sohn. Melody were service of this
Heights School was Carter has spent the winter in and commercial, from one side of town to the equipment in the new
the Keystone
discussed by a panel moderatedby Community Church Men's Club South Florida;and i is on her way Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams and other, and have found that the voltage is excellent. plant. The construction of the plant was started in the
On Monday, April 29, at 6:30p. son in Tampa.Mr. summer of 1955
home.__ and the first
Prevatt and consistingof nnH Out of seventeen services checked etc. was placed in
Myron have
the Men's Club of the Com- and Mrs. D. D. Brannenof
m. Mr. and Mrs. William Bolton service almost exactly
H. C. Long Clinton West, and fast or incorrect meters and also out of this numberof one- year later.
munity Church will hear Dr. for the week- Lakeland and Miss Jessie May
had their guests The
Paul Peters. Questions broughtin Frank Goodwin, Professor in end as Mr. and Mrs. Don Odom of Brannen of Bartow visited theJ. services in checking the meter readings, have found existing distribution system was a 2400 volt,
the audience and the discussion three I phase three wire
by defi- charge of Public Relations at Bartow. J. Brannens Sunday.Mrs. that ,the meter-reading men have done an excellent system. Plans for revising the
did not bring very the University of Florida. job in reading the meters. I have distribution system had been previously prepared by
nite answers to the problems Mrs. Charles Todd is recover- H. L. Ownbey of Keystone further found that
faced by the people of Keystoneand Children's Easter Parties ing satisfactorily from surgeryat Heights spent Wednesdayof the primary distribution system is in a very good Mr. C. B. McCartney. These plans called for increasing -

it is thought that the town Children of the Community the sanitorium in Orlando last week in Hampton with shape and I would really like to compliment the Cityof the conductor sizes on the main feeders, adding

will petition the proper sources Church enjoyed Easter egg par- where she has been a patientfor Mrs. T. F. Brown. Starke on the service given their customers.In 'a neutral or fourth wire, and some rerouting of the

for some action to meet the ties at the educational buildinglast several months. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Toles of making the survey, I have received wholehearted feeders to give a better load balance. The addition of
On Wednesday the {the
needs of the young people in Nursery Department under the Mrs. Sara McDonald had asher Rome, Ga., arrived the first of cooperation of the customers and in conclusion the neutral or fourth wire was necessary in order
her son
the area. guests on Sunday this week for a visit with their to change the voltage of the
would like system from 2400 volts to
to state
direction of Mrs. E. T. Martin, of Jacksonville. that my findings as far as the
Town Council the Notes proposed widening day, the Kindergarten, with Mrs. and Among his family visitors in the Commu- son-in-law and daughter; Mr. and City of Starke's..electric service to the consumers is 4160 volts. The installation work on the distribution
Progress on Marvin Faile.
of Lawrence Boulevard to and Miss Agnes Watson, on Fri- nity Church congregation on Mrs. and very accurate in every respect. I wish to thank the system was done by City crews with a small amountof
Charles Hulin and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng outside contract help under the direction of Mr. Riley
date is that Mayor Beasley and Sunday were of' last City Employees and Customers who participated ifi -
others attended .a meeting of Hackman, and Saturday the Catlin Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. children left vacation Thursday trip to Ohio the survey for their fine cooperation. \vasdin, Mr. Wasdin had this work essentially! completed
with Mrs. week for a
the State Road Board with the primary Department Weldon Johnson of Jacksonville, relatives. by the time we were ready to place the new
William Bolton and Miss Kay of Rev.,,and Mrs. J. Russell to visit Mr. Meng's Respectfully plant in service. Our
District Chairman, and the mat- friends yours, design included the tying togetherof
Frank Williamsand
Walrath. Mr. and Mrs.
received favorable consideration. Young. the old ,and
ter plant the
new plant that
so could
Brantley-Ridenour children spent the Easter Angus Merritt power .
Church of Keystone ,
No funds are aUoted at this First Baptist be furnished from either
The .wedding of Mrs.. Edith AnniversaryOn I weekend in Orlando with Mr. plant.

lishment time, however of the, for project.the Communications accomp- Ridenour and Lanie Warren Observe Sunday Eighth, April 28, the First .nd Mrs. James Broome and ( Electrical Engineer Your Council authorized us to personally supervise
took place at 5 m. the conversion of these circuits.
from Senators Adams Brantley p. Baptist Church of Keystone family. Gainesville Florida The circuits were con
states that an engineer will be on Saturday, April 20, at the Heights will observe the eighth State Trooper Donald McMa- verted and the feeders transferred from the old plant

here within the next few days First Baptist Church of Keystone anniversary of its organization.The hone; Mrs. McMahone and son, REPORT OF CONSULTING ENGINEER to the new plant as the voltage was changed on the circuits

and an estimated figure of the :. Heights. The Reverend highlight of the occasionwill Donnie, of Bradenton spent Fnday' -. from 2400 to 4160 volts. This conversion was
Malcolm DaVis, minister, per- dedication of the new with her parents, Mr. March 4,1957
cost will be drawn up. formed the be the John night. completed by September pf last year and all of the circuits
ceremony. Dr.
submitto educational building. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson, in
Papers are ready to her To Mr. Carl Johns have been feeding'since then from the
Attending the bride was Executive Secretary of Mr. and Mrs. Freddy City Clerk new plant
the Legislature to request the McGuire, Hampton.
authority to annex the Bird Sub- daughter. Miss Bessie Ridenour. the Florida Baptist Convention, Watterson of Starke joined them City of Starke, Florida, with the 'old plant still available and still being used
Bennie of Gainesville, at the 9 for furnishing of the
Brasington part
be the guest speaker that night. power requirements of the
division to the city limits. The will for supper
brother of the bride gave her Worship Hour. I I have just returned from a two weeks trip and
proposal met with the approvalof eleven o'clock Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simmonsof City.Since ,
in marriage. The bride's gown requested to found letter of Feb. 19 so I'm afraid answeris
is my the
the Council. Lloyd Singley is Each family Hampton, and Mrs. Simmons'father new plant has been placed in complete
handling the matter for John was fashioned of shell pink chiffon bring a basket lunch' for the Mr. Raulerson of Palatka, later than you expected.I operation, an inspection and necessary overhaul of the
with then
and covered a
Bird.Gordon flaring duster was in the same ma- dinner to.be .held_ ..._following ft.M. ..k Union spent,last weekend in Pensacolawith am enclosing herewith a brochure, on my distribution diesel engines has been taking place. Time did not per-
Purdy, president of the terial. Matching accessories were morning service.iTauui s Service the Charles Edwards fami work with various. municipalities which may mit a full inspection of the engines prior to placing

Chamber of Commerce, R. L. of pale pink. The bridesmaidwas and Evening Worship this week. lYe be helpful to you. them in service but only to ascertain that they were .

Walker and N. H. Hardenbergh gowned in pale green, mod- will be Club omitted'To Hold Fish Fry Mrs.. Wilson Bedenbaugh of I am also enclosing a number of copies of rate in good running condition.
brought before the body the that of the bride. Rotary will entered a Palatka hospital '!comparisons which show that electrical rates ,
matter of an advertising cam- eled like The,Keystone Rotary Club Hampton your We'wish to commend the City Council in their'foresightedness -
Out of town guests includedthe 3, at the Saturday for treatment. are well'in line with other municipalities as well
fish fry on May as In obtaining'a
paign to combat the adverse pub- hold a left Wed large amount of generating!
licity resulting from the lowered. Brasington father of of the Gainesville bride, J.and J. Keystone Heights Beach courseof as a nesday Mrs. of John last Parker week for a vaca- the Florida ,Power & Ligh .., Co. The Florida Power & capacity at a very low.price by purchasing the generate

lake levels. In order for the other members of the family. A preliminary to the swimming summer and tion trip to New York to visit Light Co. have an inflationary adjustment on their ing units from the City of New Bern, N. C. As stated

Chamber of Commerce to pro- reception was held following the instruction in his supervisedby her daughter and other relativesand rates which is now 18.7, %. It was only 14.5% when I hereinbefore, the City now has generating' facilities
mote such a campaign the following life saving, which prepared the comparison in Dec. 1955.
ceremony at the home of Johnnie Y. M. C. A. The public is friends. which will be adequate for the City's estimated needs.
preparatory steps wera Brasington on Lake Geneva. the President Dirty Martinhas Leaton Forsyth arrived homeon From the brief inspection of your system on my for the next ten years. We have been advised by Mr.
that the Town invited.
change suggested the: existing easement extending ex-- The couple left for a tour of announced that S. E. McKayis a 20-day furlough last week- last visit to Starke I think that your plant and' distribution Robert Brydon, who' supervised 'the, moving and in-
South Florida and will residein for the Ft. Meyer, Va. Mrs. system in excellent condition
from Lakeview Drive to the general chairman end from now. stallation of the generating equipment and is now make
Lake Geneva adjoining the prop- Gradin upon their return. affair. Those in charge of general Forsyth and daughter, Delayne Yours ing the inspection and necessary' overhauling of the en-
to trulyC.
erty of A. B. Watson for an Personalities Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reynoldsand committees are: Jess Watkins.Ifish Lewis, pro- had spent Jacksonville from Thursday Beach S1,111-1 very gines, that these engines are in excellent conditionand

equivalent footage of Mr. Vatson's their family attended the curement; R. L. day at Mrs. Otis Forsyth, and B. :McCartney have years of useful life left in them. The strength-
Aiken hush puppies and
Buster Mr.
property adjoining Keystone in Gainesvilleon frying; Jacksonville.They Consulting Engineer ening of the distribution
Beach for the' of instal- Christening service W. L. Reynolds Jr., cole met her husband in system by utilizing' larger
ing boat launching purpose facilities; also Sunday for their grandson, slaw;; Gordon ,Adams, publicity; expect to spend several Jacksonville,Fla. conductors and the conversion to 'a higher distribu-

suggested was a proposalthat William Paul Thomas, son of Mr. G. E. Wiggins, coffee; Mrs. Marion I days the end of;! this week in tion voltage has resulted in a much better service volt-

the Town effect a general and Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas. Prevatt, pies and cakes. Serving Jacksonville Beach again. REPORT OF REYNOLDS, SMITH & HILLS age to the customers' the City's system. The rerout-
clean-up of Lawrence Boulevardand (Mrs. Thomas is the former Em- will begin at 5:30 p. m.1n11 Mr. fend Mrs. Joe Forsyth, I I ing of the feeders of the distribution system along

the vacant lots adjacent ily Reynolds.) The service wasa Mrs. Ina Knight and son Ronnie, February 19, 1957 with the utilization of the new feeder switchgear
the 9 o'clock Morning Mr.
part .... W""nR Otis Forsyth,
thereto; the placing 'of the Beachin """ Mr. and Mrs. which
Worship at the First Presby- Forsyth, Mr -To The City Council was obtained in the purchase from New Bern

full operation 'will be effected terian Church, Dr. U. S. Gordon, and Mrs. Leaton Vernon Forsyth and City of Starke, Florida .. adds a much higher degree of reliability to service and

according to the schedule in the minister, administering the rite HAMPTONBy and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. W. will reduce greatly the possibility of outages to the

of Baptism.A daughter, had a picnic dinner In January of ,,1955 we were given a contact by City's customers. -

FOR DEPENDABLE family dinner at the Reynolds Mrs. D. E. IllD'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA W.Sunday Hammond,,'and Easter egg hunt for your Honorable ,Body covering complete consulting en- We feel that the generating facilities as well as

home in Keystone Heights the children.Mr. gineering services for the expansion and additions to the distribution facilities of the City of Starke are in

Termite Control I in the Ralph early Thomas afternoon family includedthe of Avoy 'Williams Weds and Mrs. L. I* Beden the electric generating plant facilities and a super excellent condition, and again we want to commendthe
Ruby'' Bedenbaugh, visory consulting engineering service in connectionwith
Gainesville, and Jess Lewis and CpL David Younker baugh and M. Council in their prompt action in taking the neces-
Household a: Commercial his daughter Marguerite, of New Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williamsof Mrs. Alta Gregory and' Mrs.Easter the overall program of municipal improvements.The sary steps to provide the moneys necessary for this

I Peat controlS York City. Miss Lewis is visitingher Hampton announce the mar- ,1* Watterson attended church, electric generating and distribution facilities of work. We are sure that the Council has acquired gen

father in Keystone for the riage of their daughter, Avoy, services at their old home Mason the City were appreciably over-loaded at this time erating capacity at a much less cost than could have
Grove Spraying week. to Cpl. David Younker, USMC, the Lutheran church also, visited and improvements to both systems were sorely needed. been provided otherwise and have provided the Cityof
Easter Sunday guests of Miss of Mrs. Younker of last Sunday. They Additional generating capacity need-
son George was definitely
Call FR. 6-6059 Mrs. Loula Witt, in Starke with an electric system for which they can
Gladys Tillis for church and Akron Ohio, and the late Mr.. their aunt, ed and the question arose as to whether to buy new be justly proud.

Florida Pest Control dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Younker. the 'afternoon.Mrs. visited friends generating units o[: to buy some used generatingunits
Merrill of Jacksonville. Dot
They were married Monday which were 'available from the City of New Very truly yours,
& Chemical Co. Judge H. B. Crosby of Pen- April 15, in' Jacksonville, where in Homosassa sunday.Mr.
sacola and his family were recent they are now making their home ."and Mrs! Raleigh Brannen Bern, N< C. In February of,1955, we prepared report REYNOLDS, SMITH & HILLS

24 N. W. 16th Ave. guests of his parents, Mr. at 638 May St. CpL Younkers and family, and Mr. and Mrs. covering the comparison of costs of purchasing new J Architects & EngineersBy

Gainesville, Florida and Mrs. A. F. Crosby. They I stationed at Jacksonville Naval Marvin Faile and daughters were generating units as against purchasing the used gener-

attended the funeral of his uncle, I Air Station. dinner guests of :Mr. and Lake Mrs. I ating units from the City of New Bern. Our investigation Jess D. Thomas, Elec. Engr.

Mrs. Younker, mother of the C. H. Layfield at Hutchinsonlast disclosed that the purchase of the used units Jacksonville, Fla.

USETuxedo bridegroom, and his brother, Sunday. An Easter egg hunt

Frank, made the trip ,from .Ohioto during the afternoon entertainedthe

attend the ceremony, and also children.Mr. The ,Above Information Indicates That Consumers of the City Light, & Water Plant are
visited with the Williams family and Mrs. D. E. Hill at-
FeedsFor here during the week. tended a banquet C f. the North Getting Accurate Service at Prices That Compare Favorably with those Provided by

The bride is a former studentof Central Flo da Life Underwrit ,
Other. Utility Companies.If .
the Hotel
Bradford County High Schoolin ers' Association at

Starke. Thomas in Gainesville last Friday you are a citizen of Starke you should also bearin water tank. The city's payroll for 1955-56 was $125-

... Guest Christian Speaker Church SundayAt evening. entered mind that when you patronize your city-owned power 096.70. Without receipts from the power, plant taxpayers
Starter FAST CROWING Developer Guest speaker at Hampton Mrs. Milton County Hospital In plant, you are making it possible for the city to speedup would! have to have paid a much higher tax rate

Christian Church next Sunday, Bradford Starke Sunday ,evening for treat- the extension of sewer lines and water mains to to meet this expense.

,Grower CllClll April 28, for both morning and ment. areas not already served. During the last two years, The recent expansion and modernization of our

evening services, will be Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon SladeJr. new water and sewer services have been ,extended to municipal plant gives it a capacity of approximately

JI ard Vester, of Carrollton, "Ga. and daughter of Lynn, and approximately 200 homes and businesses.. 6,500 KW, which will be ample to meet Starke's needs

Special Corn & Wheat Scratch Children of the church were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade of Every effort is made by the City to insure its customers for the next ten years, under normal growth.

entertained with an Easter egg Columbia, S. C. were weekend getting full value for their utility dollar. Meter Rates, as stated in the letter above, are in line with
hunt the church Sat-
$3.85 per 100 Ins urday on afternoon, grounds with Marie guests of Mr. and Mrs. V.. J. readings are checked for accuracy. Electric metersare other competing utility companies. The domestic rate

PORK MA Taylor and Ruth Sibley as hos- Slade in Hampton.Mr. J..W. Home were' removed and checked with a standard meter recently is $6.50 for the firSt.100 KW, and 2 1-4 cents per KW

KER HOG FEED tesses fOT' the occasion. and dinner Mrs. guests of the R. calibrated for accuracy. As indicated in above for all over 100. The commercial rate Is $6.50 for the

Baptist rom Meets; C.Sunday Barksdales In Starke. letter, meters and readings in every instance were first 100 KW; ,4 cents.per KW for the next 1,400 KW;
Children's Egg Hunts 3 cents for the next 500 KW and 2 cents KW for
Baby Chicks and Children of Mr. and Mrs. William found to be accurate. ; per
Poultry Equipment "Carver School: A Source of
an Easter all over 2,000 KW.
Fowler enjoyed
Profits from the operation of the power plant are
Blessings., a describ
program hunt at their home near The additional 5 per cent utility tax that was
Rat, Mouse an d'Roach Killer ing the Southern Baptist missionary Hampton egg Sunday afternoon with beneficial Jto the city and its- citizens in many"ways.It recently levied is earmarked for projects as, follows:

ville, Ky.training, 'was presented school in to Louis-mem- Mrs..J. A. Williams and' daughtersalso enables the .city to maintain'a lower tax rate, and all Paving, $450.00 per month; new fire truck, $325.00per

Magic Bloom Gro-Tone For Flowers bers of Hampton Baptist WMU present. homesteads are exempt from ad valorem taxes up to month; sewer and water extensions, $700.00 to

And Gardens Premier Peat Moss by Mrs. Marvin 'Fafle at their CARD OF THANES- a valuation of' $5,000._ It enables the city to maintain $800.00 per month. This new sewer fine is now being'

regular meeting at the church free services for garbage and trash collection, while constructed on East Call Street and several blocks of

last week. I We desire' to express to our many'municiPalities ,have sewer tax and garbage collection city-streets have recently been paved.

SISTRUNK .FEED ,& SEED CO. attended Eleven members of the group kind neighbors and thoughtful charge, and other service charges. _It also pays We are, m king'public this information in order
with thanks for
meeting heartfelt
served refreshments friends our ; the expense of added sewer and water mains, Fire De that the public, will understand and appreciate just
by :Mrs.
539 E. Call St. Starke Florida L. Cooper and Mrs. H. B Hin-C. pathy.their many The beautiful expressions'of floral sym'offerings partment, Police Department as. wen as defrayingthe what the operation* of the municipal power1 and water

son. were'especla11r appreciated cost of.-$60,000 ;on the'cit1's. new 250,000 gallon. plant. means to the city and its citizens.
-I i I 'Beginner and primary classes Max Peuker FamDy.

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the Jack Wilkinsons. in Alabama Stella Rae Sikes'whose"resident Clerk of the Circuit Court
with their son, Rev. on or fesaed.by yon. '
and address Is:, Parkview Grocery. before the Cth dy of May. 1J57 graph.This ,Charlie A, Dirty, |
Those on the sick list this Henry Martin, and family otherwise ; notice shall be published Dated this 2Jth day of
Washington. North Carolina. the March Clerk
allegations of said one. each week for four eons.-euUveUn. < of the Circuit Court I
BROOKER week are Kathleen and Timmle Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp visited Ton are hereby notified that a colt Complaint wW be taken as con- weeks In }he Bradford County Tele-(OFFICIAL SEAL) By Marion U Crosby Deputy Clerk
Padgett, Mrs. Gertie Faircloth, their sister, Mrs. L. C. Smith, for divorce : 4/5 tt 4/11
bat been filed aralast yon in the
By Mrs. Joyce Castien Henry England and our"' colored. and :Mrs. H. B. Bennett in Jack- above named Court and cause and '
neighbor. Clyde Nelson, who is sonville last week. you are required to serve a copy of

AA. _ _ a seriously ill. Mrs. :Mamie Clark's! daughter your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the :

Sfcrry to hear that Ned Hicks The children all seemed to Nadean, and granddaughter, Deborah Lloyd Bass 210 2, Florida Clark Bnildinsr.Jacksonville -I

got his right hand cut off while enjoy Easter egg hunt at are spending the week and file the original la the office __ -
Hill Church. Rosa Pad- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on f
woiking at a saw mill last Friday -I the Clay with her. or betbre the 13 day of May,
He is in the Alachua General gett and Nellie Lang were the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown, :Mr. 1S57; otherwise the allegations of ; ':
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winners. After eating the said Complaint will be taken as : ?
Hospital in Gainesville. :prize and Mrs. A. W. Brown, :Mr. and I confessed by you. r'f/1: I
Little Gene Melvin had several eggs, the children' finished off Mrs. Jerry Hardenbrook, and This notice shall be published :< .

stitches in his head after an accident with cake and cookies.J. 1 I }'fr. ana Mrs. Cecil Rowe were once weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele .. ::::; .,

last Sunday. Seems that L. Strickland filled his appointment Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. graph. :
Dated this 4 day of April 1957, r
Church Calvin Ball of ,
several children were playing at Clay Hill (Official Seal) Charles A. Dub .
with an ax and cut him accident- last Saturday night Fid Thomaswas Frances Martin, JoAnn Mc- Clerk of the Circuit Court J.-.
with us and played several Daniel, and Mrs. Mae Bombazatowere By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 4/12 4t Clerk 5/3 4 > r I

ally.Glad .to: see that Aunt Rosa numbers on the French harp or in Tallahassee Wednesdayof -
IB Cirealt Comrt Bradford Commtr
Pinholster is home, and hope mouth organ. Rev. John Gordon last week. : Florida !. Chaaeery. _
she is well by now. will be our speaker this Saturday Little Mickel Cowart is still: Beulah H. Nodine, Plaintiff, vs. _

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green of Apr. 27, and Rev. Patterson in the hospital and Rene Adkinsis I Leon C. Nodine, Defendant.Case No. 10-2111 _

Palatka visited the E. W. Hodges will be with us on May 4. We in bed with chicken pox. An- Order .t PaVUeatlo sad N'.tlee te
I in the con- drew and Elizabeth Harvey, and Appears State of Florida Tot '
had four preachers
family last Friday.Mr. Leon C. Nodine, whose residenceand a
and Mrs. C. M. Chambers gregation last Saturday but the Jackie Ga.skins'have the measles. \address. is: Landrum, South ,
Mr. was smaller than Hope they will all be well soon. Carolina. A':;
and son of Jacksonville, congregation You are required to appear oa .. 'N
and Mrs. C. T. Edwards and the usual, due to so much sickness. May 6, 1957, In the above c--I %. NN _ _
named Court and cause. wherein
of Gainesville were You are all invited to the Atlantic vvvvvvuyvmyvmvvv'hIGHLAND'
Jimmy Carrs plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration -
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Boulevard Church to a of former name. N\
Bradford County Telegraph shall J'i
and Mrs. E. W. Hodges. fish fry next Saturday evening. publish' this Order In next four i
Mrs. J. W. Dukes and daughter We are also invited to an ordina- weekly Issues. .

of Lake Butler were Monday tion service at the same churchon Ily 3In. Lacy N.ormaa seal.Witness:at Starke my,hand Florida and this official 28th % .

visitors at the ErnestRuss home. May 5 at 3 o'clock when Clifton day of March, 1957. : e.\_ _
Au- Harris will be ordained deacon &AAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAAAAAALBirthday Charles A. Darby ; .
Parrish of I SsSl.r.
Alphine Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
burndale was the overnight guestof of this church. GetTogetherThe !By Marlon L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ;: "k. .!. : 0. /
Chas. R. Hess. 204.05 Guaranty Life ( ..
Mrs. Joyce Castlen and sons Now here is some rare news. home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Building. Jacksonville, Fla. p 1 .: __________ .. S .. .I '

last Friday. We have a big yellow cat and a L. Thompson in Jacksonville was Attys. for Pit. 4/5 it 4/26 ... S ___ _. '? S .:. .2. '
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:Mrs. Iva :McKinney and the black puppy that go around to- the scene 'of a birthday get-to- I. Circuit Co.--;: Bedford C<... ,. ,
W. D. Tindalls of Auburndalewere gether hunting all the time. The gether in honor of Mrs. Thomp- I Florida I. Caaaeery. .

Sunday guests of the C. L. cat will start off on his hunt and son's mother Mrs. R. C. Griffis, :.Joseph Barbara J.M.Palmieri Palmleri.DefendantCase Plaintiff, vs. '

Atkinsons. Saturday guests of call the dog until the pup goes who was 70 years old. Refreshments 2 !.: : :
No. 10-2063 :
the Atkinsons were Mrs. Arthur with him. Here they go, side by were spread on a long Order *f PubUtfatloB and Notice teAppeari ,

Moody and children of Penney 3ui qSnoam uti ununq 'apis table in the dining room, which I State of Florida tot b : S.. S .

Farms, and Arthur Moody Jr. woods. So far, they have never was centered with a beautiful dence Joseph and J.address PalmierI.Is: 232 whose Leonard resi- ;_ p ,.

and daughter of Green Cove brought in anything they catch, birthday cake in pink and white. ,Street Brooklyn. New York. % % l4 % ".h S A"' ".' !
we are unable to say what Those this occasion You are required to appear on c-- % .. a. ... ; .
Springs.Mr. so enjoying :May 6, 1957 in the above named I
and Mrs. Wilson Russ and the big hunt is all about.NORTH were the Lacy Norman familyof .Court and cause, wherein plaintiff % C .% \ -. .1 S jd. ,,, -.-- _._.,.'s,% -.' .... .. .
seeks divorce, care custody and I iW ... .. .. .
of .
children, and Bob Lewis Apop- Highland, the Roy Griffises control of minor child. ", .. : ; ;
Ica were visiting the Ernest Russ yyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'y and son, Mrs. Margie and Ann Bradford County Telegraph shall .
laraj Ned Hicks families, and Rosier, .R. C. Griffis and Bertice, publish this Order in next four

Mrs. Doshie Prescott last Sun- SIDEBy the Azure Johns family the weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official Them more to biprOlld ofin this one !

Everett Rowe family, the Howard sejal at Starke, Florida, this 3rd 0. .
day.Mrs.. Harrell and daughters and M. L.- day of April.,1857. .u:; ....... ,___*wdk.Bl"A .... "
Guy Thompsons, Thomp ;J. ) f
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Mrs. Carl BrownAfAAAAAAAAAAA.aaaiAAAA.AAl .. ""'.'I'--, ..: .- ; ._ /J. .'
were in Cedar Key last Charles A, Darby, r __ .
Sunday and were overnight guests sons.Freeda Hardee of Callahan is By Marian L.As Crosby Clerk of Deputy Said Court Clerk You'll be proud of ChenCs sweet,smooth Chevy when it comes to performance. i-

of Mrs. Edna Hayes in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCormick staying here with her aunt, Mag- Jacksonville Martin J. Pearl 2,, 206 Smith Building, and sassy way of going. And you'll take Chevrolet, yqu know, won the,Pure Oil _
that night. gie Crews, and will finish the for Florida extra pride in Chevy's look of substance Performance
of Jacksonville, and Mr. Attys. PIt. 4/5 it 4/2 Trophy at Daytona Beach _
Prescott family of _
The Claude 9th grade before returning
Starke spent Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. G. L. Johns of Tampa were home. NOTICE-APPEAR and character its careful construction, as "best performing U. S. automobile. _

Doshie Prescott. weekend guests of Mrs. Dora Rev. T. M. Knight and family la Circuit Flerldat Court la Ckaaecry.Bradford Ceaaty. its fine finishing touches you don't find Automotive experts decided that. Bet -. '_ __ '.

Clark. attended church here Sunday afternoon Lee Mary Bennett Bennett, Plaintiff, vs. Conrad in other low-priced cars. For one thing, you agree with them once you stop by 1 [JS'1.l

.'.................... FT* L. C. Smith of Jacksonville' wasa and Rev. Knight also DefendantCase No. 10-2115 .the others don't have Body by Fisher. dealer's and drive : ti
dinner guest of the G. L. Sappson Notice Te Appear your a new Chevrolet )f j: __:
Wednesday of last week. brought the evening message. We To Conrad Lee Bennett, whose For another, they can't hold a candle to yourself! Soon maybe? .
ClAY HILLb missed Bro. Winfred Wilkinsonas residence and address is: 17 Central
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez he had to be away to bring Avenue, Port Jefferson New York. ll1Oh[ "" .
and family Mr. and Mrs. P. B. You are hereby notified that a suit
the message to the people of ,for divorce, care, .
Ml*. J. L. StrickliadAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Mt. Zion Church.Mr. I trol of minor children custody has been and filed con Come in now-get a winning deal on the champion! Only franchised Chevrolet dealers display this famous trademark
& Thompson and son spent Sunday I against you in the above named
and Mrs. Gene Normanare I Court mat cause and
you are re
in Jacksonville with Rev. Elzie
residing in Jacksonville where j jI quired to serve a copy of your an-
Jimmie | Wilkinson, who 'is Bullard and family.Mr. I swer or pleading to complaint on
Mr. Norman 5s employed as a See Your Authorized
1 the Plaintiff's Chevrolet
working in Georgia, spent a recent and :Mrs. Carl Thomas I carpenter.New swanson, 109 Law Attorney Exchange Carl Puildine G-. Dealer
weekend with his parents, I and children spent the weekend Testaments were Jacksonville 2. Florida and file
presentedto he: original in the office of the .
Geraldine Griffis who won

first in the Junior Girls
That's Our Business 1
'I I a Class, Sharon Mosely, 2nd prize i .,
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Pendarvis for .
IfIt'sCIa We Hare It! and Dris : ... ...
.0 missing a single Sunday in the 'fii ..
CALL WRITE or VISIT ;.;: Now Gulf _
first quarter of Sunday School. brings _
Bonnie Prevatt won for learningthe -' <..;
Joe Peters Glass Co. memory work. Their teacher .... .''

We FOR Design ANY Modern GLASS Store NEED Fronts Mrs.Mr.them.Ellen and Norman Mrs. Charlie, is very'Moselyand proudof .:... T THE FINEST GASOLINE YOU CAN GUY :; ;: ,>" (:J; 1

Just Mail Us A Pattern for Donnie Mosely will be bap- t" .
Table tized Sunday afternoon if the t V

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353 weather Held Over and their From health Last Week permits. [ TODAY'S : ;,

-.. Sunday Mrs. Beedie after spending Norman a returned week in :,.. MOST ADVANCED ENGINES

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Callahan with the W. C. Hardees. .
-co- Those from here_attending the : 1 '
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Union Meeting at Orange St .and two r
RAUM'STV Baptist Church in Jacksonville great running mates 1

last Friday were Ellen Norman,

& RADIO SERVICE Zettie Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. '.

Bunk Wilkinson. Mrs. Harry Bax- < ) V \

228 S. Walnut St. Starke; Florida ley, Dick Starling, and Romeo V w (V V

This community was saddened V

last Monday by the death of Aunt [ : : : > !

PHONE 509 Frances i Norman, who was nearly V '. 9 : ::
100 years old. Mr. and Mrs. x :
Charles Mosely of Jacksonvillewere :
LATEST SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT among those attending the

INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT funeral of their aunt, also Mr. rf: ; ii

Sensible Prices of and St.Mrs.Petersburg.Robert Smith and sons, : ,

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Results Not 'yyyyyyyyyyy VT V TV....y.y.
Excuses :

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Your best Mrs. Edward Norman is improv- ? 1. .. ,. ,; ,

ing nicely at the home of Mrs. > : < <' v2 burns LIt1

Gordon Jones. Many friends call .. ,, ...,,. ,>..... I
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ed to wish her well last Sunday I iGu1fii; I j/ clean f:.....

tire afternoon.Mr. _
buy and Mrs. Thurman Jones ti2cest 1 q _,' ) ,;/"/ ,iY ///
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and sons of Starke are visitin .. +i : I4 I---
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by far. and children of Lady Lake. /'

Meed Lewis returned Mondayto ,.,'?<'. .<.'.." .'!'..,' "-.,?,.=.,,:.>.>."....."..,...:..'=..:-,...:.:...",.:.''."<.-v'.'.'". .':.':....' :
____ his station at the Norfolk, Va. !I\ "ffM. : t _
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naval base.Edward a < -
PRICE '<: : :'
I. Norman has returned : \dh': :v:: <:i:h:; ,

to his work at Lady Lake. ., I 1ti.,.., :: ;@f..<1t' '&:" :.... S ,
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Held Over From Last Week "::%&tl l'NEW L : ?z '

Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and o _ _
12953T daughters of Gary, Ind. have been

visiting their folks at Starke '
plus tax and Brooker. Mr. Lewis has returned f '

tir* to Indiana and his family GOLF[ CREST NEW GULF i

will join him in two or three
weeks. GOOD GULF.
Robert Norman was in Gainesville -
Sunday and reports that best ever sold for the finest cars ever built SUPER NO-NOX.

LrGOODJ'iEARYou Mrs. Maggie Norman is feeling that famous, "

some Mr. better.and Mrs. Gordon Jones Made with a new, exclusive for all but the mosf high-value gasoline :
and daughter visited Mr. and formula to keep modem critical of
engines t.
can't beat the low price on Mrs. Orrie Guarino in Jackson- : ) ( engmescleanerqwetersmoother : ':.f.:

Asow dFQH these famous 3-T Triple-Temper 1lle last Sunday: \ $ than any other gas. : :'

d ed Cord tires! 3-T Cord body,and ol!"" .New Gulf Crest is packedwith Gives you top performance in :
husky rib tread assures longer ,. j New Gulf Super N o-Noutaods out
more potential every car designed to
power operate
A sir Of FOUH wear and safer traction. YOU'LL LOVE the new Estei per -even premium Pro-
among .fuels.
: gallon than regular..gasoline because it's
\0 Ask about the ; any other gasoline.It's ,
Goodyear Lifetime brook prase-size, fountain pens h tects engines with its famous cleanpacked
Guarantee. ... so good that Gulf guarantees power a-plenty.Good : '.
pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford burning qualities. Sure to deliver Gulf
ggHOPUSIDE famous
L ON6000YH1T TIIIS'THAN c across the
ANY OTHIKINDGOODMAN'S peak performance without country
_- t peak,knockproof
County Telegraph. performance in the as the high-value gasoline --
:: made
'c : pre-ignition,without knock.
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great majority cars pn the road. to save .
: .. you moey.s
Service Station (
fa Clrtnlt CMtVBrm4f**. CUtr..
SEEDER D. GOODMANU.S.3O1atSouthityLInts FUrUai IB Cautery. GO GULF

___ Rae It L-'Sikes Sikes. Defendant Plaintiff vs.. StelIa Now, more than ever-to get the best from yoyr car... I

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YTYTVVVT!yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyVyyyyyy yyyyy the club are inviting all other nie B. Morris. Rev. Washingtonis Florida i'IB Caaaeery.' has been 'tiled ar&tost yen in the I NOTICE TO APPEAR I T. Frank' .Lindrnm. P. O. BOt

OF INTEREST TO COLORED clubs and friends of the city and still at the bedside of his .Reta V. Rose Plaintiff,'vs. Gordon above named Court and cause and !. Circuit,Court,Bradford Coaaty. 54C Starke Florid < ,
surrounding areas to attend the sick wfe who had a turn for the G Rose, Defendant.Case No. you are required to serve a copy of Florida IB Caaery.Anne and fife the original in the office of
your or pleading to
answer the
Estes. Plaintiff vs. William the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB or
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY program The feature of the afternoon worse. Your cards or letters or :Notlee T. Appear plaint oa the Plaintiffs Attorney H. Estes, Defendant. before,the
To Gordon CRose
: rest- Daniel A. Japour, 306 Guaranty
will be "Spring Garden gifts will reach her if you send dance and address is: 2(25 Brannan Life Building 'Jacksonville 2,I Case No. 10-2141 ZOth djay of May 1957 r
Ej Ozora'J. ShelltAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Revue" which will include tiny them to 604 N.W. 4th, Ave.' Hal- Street, Corpus Christ. Texas Florida' I Voile* T. AppearTo otherwise the ,allegations of MU.
Too are hereby notified nat a : William H. Estes. whose residence Complaint will be takes u confessed
: tots, teenagers and adults. There landale, Fla. The Trustees of suit for a divorce care, custodyand .end,file the original in the erne of and address is: C/o Mr. K. by )011.
will be plenty of good singingand the church, led by Levy Lennon, control of minor child he r before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Tavenner. 1548 Falrmont Street once This each notice week shall for four he eonsecutlvtweeks pnbllihM
Washington, D. C.
Top Sisters Harmon Murray who was featured music, refreshments will be will sponsor the Sensational Hum- baa been filed against; you In the 20th day of May, 1957: Tou are hereby notified that a in the Bradford' County Tel.
More than 200 badges, buttons in the 15fu AnniversarYedition free. The club, church or social Birds of Miami Floridaat above named Court and cans* and otherwise the allegations of said suit for divorce custody,and con- gra b. ,
required Complaint
ming you are to serve a copy ot will be taken #s confessed Dated this 16th day of AprO.
trol of minor child
and permits nave been sold to of the Bradford County with the largest attendance will RUE school cafetoriup on Jour answer or pleading to the by you. hat keen filed against yon In the 1957.
Sisters of the Swish. Telegraph. YOU can't .afford- to be 'cash complaint on the, Plaintiffs Attorney This notice shall be publishedonce above named Court and cause and (OFFICLILSEAL) Charles A.%>ar\1.
date by the given a, prize. Plan now Sunday, April 28. at 8 p.tq.} Plan Joseph K., Skipper, 221 Florida each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Ctrait Court
The first three in sales are: Sis- miss seeing this brother in shack- to attend this Revue that win now" to attend by getting your Title Building Jacksonville' 2, weeks In the Bradford County Tele- yea your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com- By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
graph. .
ter Queen Esther Green. Laura les and f chains. Top hats, derbies feature the Easter Parade. Co- I tickets early. There will be no 'and Florida file the original in the office of Dated this 12th day of April. plaint on the pfelntlffs Attorney 4/19 4t GIlt

Whitmore, and Hilda Bell Mor ties and other things includingbadges' rean' HcNeU, president; R. B. I extra charges at the door. Louise the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 1957. '

ris. Other sisters that have as-: must1' be. purchased this Cohen, ,reporter. Broxton reporter. before 13 day the of May 1957;' OFFICIAL, SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A.Darby'Clerk Court

listed in sales I are Fannie. Bell week. Free rides will} be pro- Home On Leave By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk
New Bethel Baptist Church, otherwise the allegations of said 4t
Morris, Glennis Solomon, Fannie vided for the kiddies. See chair- Airman second class, Levi J. Complaint will be taken as confessed 4/1 5/10
Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regular -
Robinson Meta Harmon. Sadie man .Thompkins or Ozora Shell Williams son of Mr. and Mrs. This you.notice shall be published NOTICE TO APPEAR
services all day Sunday In Crrtalt
Cart Bradford
1*. 'Clark Lizzie Sullivan E. for your supplies today Henry Williams was ,recently with Sunday School at one each week for four consecutive Florida In c...._.?. Coaaty. HUNDREDSof
starting weeks In
the Bradford County Tele
Dean, Allie "White, ,Essie Perdue Easter Highlights home on 30 'days leave. Hi is 10 a.m. Deacon Saul Hankerson, graph. Martin Dorothy Joseph E. Keane Keane.; Plaintiff Defendant vs.
and Clemer Bryant.< A planning Sunrise service was held at stationed at the Air Force Basein Dated this 10 day of April 1957. Case No. 10-213S
Supt. in charge. Classes were (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby details and economically
Church on are managed -
meeting was held at' RJE on Mt. Moriah Methodist Omaha, Nebraska. He was Clerk of the Circuit Court. Notlre T. Appear
Wednesday night with the com- Sunday with the pastor, Rev. honored with a ''party by his taught by Deacons Royal and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk To: Martin Joseph Keane whose attended that only a trained and)
Jenkins, ,Bro. Dan Hankerson and 4/12 4t 5/3 residence and address is: C/o ,
Tnittee to complete, plans for the Stripling, in charge. A beautiful mother on last Thursday, manyof Delcris Jenkins. During the Marion Sulli\fan, 131 Nagle Avenue, careful organization can attend when

celebration which will include a setting was established by the his local friends,attended and I morning,worship the sermon was IB The County Jadge'a Coart In New You York are, New hereby York.notified that a the urgent need for serving is at

baseball game on Saturday, May decoration committee, led by sister reported a delightful time. He delivered by the pastor. with. And For Bradford Couaty.In suit for divorce, care, custodyand .I.hand.
11, between the Brothers of the Leona M. Royal. Easter programs left the city on Monday to re- Re: control of minor children 4
music by the, Easter.Choir, under Guardianship of Merton F. Clark. has been filed against you in the
Brush and the local team. A which included choirs turn to his post ,of duty with direction of Ozora Shell. At OTICE above named Court and cause and
beard contest will be held and a pageants, recitations and plays the AAF. the: To All Whom It May' Concern: >)ou are required to serve a copy of
7 p.m.he Sunday School pro- You are hereby notified that! the your answer or pleading to the DeWITT C. JONES
costume contest for the sisters. were heard during the afternoonand First Grade Registration under the Undersigned Guardian of MertonF. jmplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney
''Services for Sunday will be evening ,in most of the All parents who have children gram was presented Clark has filed a petition in William D. Morgan. 507 Clark Phone ? Starke Fla.
direction of Sister Pauline Mar- the above styled Court seeking Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida _
planned and held at RJE. The churches of the city. that were, born in 1951 are asked I authority to sell Wards remainder and file the original in the officeof
I shall. All participants were commended Interest in the following describedreal the Clerk of,the Circuit Court ODor Funeral Director! Ambulance Service
'last parade will be on Friday Club Anniversary to bring them to RJE or the 'for their wonderful per- estate in Bradford County, before the \

) May, 10th in the afternoon. The Carnation Club will hold school in the district where they' formance apd Bro., Shell.for mak- Florida, to wit:' otherwise 20th day of ,M&.1'957; Our local, funeral home enables u to,offer oo&Tenleaeei tad
at. Beginning at the Southeast the allegations of sail
its 7th Anniversary program will attend in and
Several bands.have been invited September ing "Th6 Old Rugged Cross." corner of Section 27, T 6 S, R 22 Complaint will be taken as confess- errteei act cth nrtt available.
,. to play, and the theme 'will cen- RJE Auditorium from 4 to 6 register them for school. This Joe Jenkins reporter. Sister Ollie East and running North 172 feet, ed byyou. ,
This notice shall
April 28. Presi- dur- thence run West 93.72 feet to be publishednee ,
ter around "Up' from Slavery. p. m. Sunday registration will take place Cummings is improving at Brad- Iron stob for point of beginning, each week for four consecutive .14 11 4 4 PO.

Elmer Shell will play the role of dent McNeil and the members of ing the week of April 28th, and ford County Hospital.. thence run North 300 feet to weeks TELEQRABH.In tb BRADFORD COUNTY We rural** :the highest type ferrice at lowest price, end

L will end on May 3rd. Parents in iron feet pipe-to iron thence pipe run thence West 468.73 run Dated this 16th day of April, accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, lII1 aed by ANT

Wateroak will register, with IB The Clrrmlt Court Eighth "adlral South 300 feet to iron pipe, 1957. payment in or In full on a funeral.
l.aad'ForBndorde. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby company, ai pan
Florida, ,, OFFICIAL
East feet
Principal Roberts, Hampton Cfre.lt.t thence run 488.73 to
See BILLY JACKSONFOR / Training with Principal Taylor; .. ,. la vI..PerpetuaAure. CaaaeeryRlcardo point of beginning, all section By Marian L..of Crosby the Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk Coawltation carries noV ebllgatien.f .
Aure. 27, T 6 S, R 22 East,
Thurston School with Principal ., Defendant Case No. 10-2117 and petition shall be heard by the 4/19 5/10
NOTICE TO DEFEND Hon. Geo. L. atnne the
Price. RJE parents will reportto ot
To: Perpetna Aure Asis Mendez Judges of said Eighth JudicialCircuit .
room 1 lot registration by MiiTiez. Cavlta. Philippine Islands. of Florida, in and for Bradford -
FILL DIRT DISKING All beginning students You are hereby notified that a County at. the Court Housein .1 ,.'
SOIL Mable Lee.
filed .
suit for divorce has been Starke on May 10th. 1957, at
must have a doctor's examination against you in the above entitled 2 p.m. in afternoon. :

Tractor Work which should include a vaccina- cause; and you are hereby required This April Win) 1957. .
And All Type Clerkof ,' '
the "
with ,
to file your Answer Theron A. Yawn, Guardian '" .C>'
... tion and a record of all immuni- this Court and to serve a copy of person and property of + '. : '< I : _
PHONE 165 zation shots including polio vac thereof upon Plaintiffs Attorney Merton F. Clark Incompt. ., .,
409-A Main Street, : .
Samuel V. Holch, 4/19 4t 5/10 1 ,
cine. Daytona Beach Florida, not later .
Cancer (Volunteer Workers than 6th day of May. 1957. If you NOTICE TO APPEAR "
W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER fall to do *o. a Decree Pro Confesso IB Circuit CoBrt.' Bradford Ceanty.Floridai ; >- t '
The volunteer workers for the will be entered against you for the In Chancery. tie. \; ...
Cancer Crusade include: Rose- relief demanded' in the Pill of Com Martha E. Race Plaintiff vs. I ./Hl' 0f \
plaint.' Robert J. Race, Defendant. S ,
Bud Kittles, Joan Britt, Mary WITNESS my hand and seal of Case No. 10-2136 \ "
Alice Roberts, Essie Mae Aycox, said Court this 3rd day of April. Notice To AppearsTo ,
1957. : Robert J. Race whose resident '
John Wesley Kelly, Charles Cov- < \ : ,:
(COURT SEAL) and address is: Unknown. "
a ington, Robert and Milton Eller- Charles A. Darby You are hereby notified that a J" '
Clerk Circuit Court suit for divorce
son Willetta Wysinger Chester Starke. Florida f

Crum of, the youth group; adults 4/5 U 4/6 1ft "7'H

who have volunteered to serve ; :
are: Bernice Morris, Grace Long, !. Clrevlt ....n.'Bradford Coutf, GAY'SHome
Leona M. Royal and Mary Lee Florida ta Chancery.Jose .
A. Fernandez Plaintiff vs.
Frazier Marion Dell Booker T. Lafern McGee Fernandez Defendant. AppliancesYour q.tr :
100 CUSTOMERS Marshall, Sally Williams and f Case No. 10-2128 !:, -
lVetlee To Appear 1Iftttr -
Ethel J. Williams. Mrs. Frazier To: Lafern McGee Fernandez. Friendly ,:,...

will be chairman for "Lights On" whose residence and addresa is: --.-, I

which will be held in Bradford Unknown. Norge Dealer lip" ,;:'" ,
\ You are hereby notified that a IUItfor "
STARKE 8 County on May 1. Miss Dorothy divorce lJll ;"t
Alvarez is general Chairman has been filed against you Jn the 'NQRGE APPLIANCES y 0 kF t40 f MMES" : .
above named Court and came and ,
: Our quota is $150. you are required serve a copy of ,, '
your answer or pleading to the .:', ", .
Boy the Plaintiffs Attorney .
complaint on S,
Boy scouts of Troop 71 are Kitchen & Schwartz, 713 Profes- COLEMAN HEATERS and : 4 f : '
meetingseach sional Building Jacksonville 2, ,
sun holding regular FLOOR FURNACESWe
Florida \ -
't' Wednesday night under the and file the erlginalrIn we office era.. c ::, r ".
leadership of Scoutmaster Booker of the Clerk Court on Service All MakesOf : ':y f ."
BOTTLEI GAS I or before the 13 day of May, :, \, ,
T. Marshall. They are prac- 1957; otherwise the allegations of Appliances I' -
said Complaint will be taken as '" i'
ticing for the program which: \ .
confessed by you. .
: they.will present at, the last RJE This notice shall be pnblUhefonce Phone 10 ,, .;-
7.50 PER BOTTLE consecutive ,
each week for four .
PTA meeting on Wednesday, May weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Starke, Florida i.-.r

1, ,8:30: p. m. in the cafetoriumAll graph. t, i :>
of April. 1957. 'f 'f".
Dated this 9 day ;:
No Installation Charge parents of Scouts are asked (Official Seal) the A. Darby '. ; L j
to attend this meeting and learn Clerk of Circuit Court V. ;
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy CClSr3 I f\"N-t r 'f'.w+
something about scouting. The 4/12 _
0.1'0' '- ,
boys are looking forward to two r ;

/ t weeks vacation at the Scout NOTICE TO APrEAHIB COLONIALFLORIST ." ,
J/ CALL JOE SHAW Circuit Comrt, Bradford Comity, t lio'
I inter-
. camp in Florida. Persons FUrlfiat Im Chancery P"O .
i i I ested in helping send a Scout tc; Mary Ellen Amlg. Plaintiff vs I l -
I Bernard Earl Amis. Defendant.
make their contribu- Otir
Lake Butler Bottled Gas Co. camp can Case No. 10-2121 ,,
tions to Scoutmaster Marshall, ..tlee Ta Aaaeari
Assistant Willie Bass Com- To: Bernard Earl Amlg. whose
Ph. HYATT 6-2731 Lake Butler Fla. or residence Is Washington, D. C. and .
mittee Chairman Elmer Shell. whose address Is: c/o Frank Jos PHONE 218FLOWERS .
t Charles Construction Company, 60 0 Street.

Thurston Covington School NewsDon' reporter. S.You E.. are Washington hereby notified D. C.that a null '

: forget the school's annual against for divorce you in has the been above filed named (j) WHAT A DIFFERENCE

.. sermon on Sunday, May 19 at Court and cause and you, are re
quired to serve a copy of your an
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. Rev. swer or pleading to the complain! _

E. L. Walker will deliver the on the Plaintiff's AttorneyJ. ,
Donald Gibson 100 Smitt THE WAY MAKES !
message. May Day will be held on Bldg. Jacksonville 2, Floridaand Fer All Occasions
May 21. "Sonny Boy" Kelker will file the original in tne office oi
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on DISH
present his 32 piece band at the t
or before the 13 day of May,,. ,
school. Special numbers will be said 1957; Compaint otherwise will the allegations be taken ai oi POTTED PLANTS Ictric tat!Is aD wtull-lOOo/ surrounded MIST A DlFrEmCE TIE MAT IWES

presented from Anderson Junior confessed by you. A by insulation-all the heat goes into the water, WHEN YOU RUT WATER ELECTKULY! t J .

High of Lawtey. Other school This notice shall be published I POTTERY not your home. No times and combustion Fact beat waUt betUr..ETe :
t tf closing events will ''be announced once each in the week Bradford for four County consecuU'Ytweeks Tel I gases no smoke and toOL Economical, tucks 1oetia'tIodricaII,1 pew JM

f later. graph.; Flowers Wired in anJ.Where. nearest to all your hot water .- .cf Dtetric AppIiucIbpi

ir' Church NewsBethlehem Dated this 8 day of April, 1S57, without costly rents or Hues! Dc.k1
.e.Y Freewill Baptist Charles A. Darby Anywhere
r Church a successful Clerk of the Circuit Court < ,
I heldt Easter By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I @
program on Sunday. All visitors 4/12 U 6/2 Nona st. Starke FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYfimm.mmmmmmmmm

were asked to participate on the NOTICE-TO APPEAR _

program. The I Can Circle will la Clrcalt Court Bradford Couty e

meet at the home of Sister Gladys

Blye on Saturday at 8 p.m. The ,_ .
-- -- --- --- -- -
children are selling peanuts and m mjmmmmmmjm mimmJ -

r the church. Please help us by i _

buyig from them. Rev. L. McKay

pastor Church Mount their,, Gladys Rev.Moriah Easter Stripling Blye.Methodist Sunday reporter.pastor by Church,hav-began Big car luxury budget car price JI1' {i iUDA

ing candle light sunrise service. I

It, was beautifully conducted by i I I.

RCA Victor Enfold.: This console the ladies of the church. Church! I

swivels-"aims" both picture and sound School at 10 a.m. was led by II I

In any direction! 261 sq.in.of viewable Supt. W. Brooks. At4 p.m. the I

"living Image" picture. Balanced Fidelity program committee: Sisters LeonaM.

Royal Lull! Jones and Annie
Sound. Illuminated
tuning dial.
Jane Dell presented a wonderful III lI
Mahogany grained, walnut grained, Itas l a ,. .: i!
program. thoroughly : ti3
limed oak grained (extra) finishes..
enjoyed by a audi
.u capacity -

Model 21T738. ence. The Easter Rally was very I""M y ItI' C

Other Models From $3495 successful On Monday afternoonthe '; : N, ,

Easter egg hunt was held at tl'

the church for the participantson '

the Easter program and the
regular Sunday School Scholars.

Many of the pupils left there and

attended the birthday party of I '

Little Jennie Sue Hampton whois -,.. ;1

TV ServiceAll now six years old. Mt Moriah

Church has an open door and the 1 i
welcome mat is on the outside. 57580 : I

You are invited to attend services '
i as low as : '
> at all times. William L.

... Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Holland all who, reporter.made this Special Easter thanksto Day I' Mercury Monterey 2-doot Sedan.Optional equipment,whitewall tire,2-tone paint.-, 57 MERCURYCourt : I _
acceasoriea, state and local taxes if additional Prices ia
any, may vary slightly r 1
Fully Equipped DependableAll one the of the church.greatest in the historyof r" adjoining commUD: tiel. AIl price subject to change without node. .. II

Makes and Models
Allen Chapel AJiLE. Church

Rev. R. J. Washington pastor,

held Sunday School at 10 a.m. t'McGRIFF' i
with Supt. Irene Thomas in MERCURY MOTORS ,

charge. The Easter program and

Radio -- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone egg hunt was held in the after- '

239, Starke, Fla. noon and was largely attended. & Jefferson Ste. Phone 447 Starke,' Fla. 1 n I

I Sisters The program Pullum was Broxton presented and Fan-by Li; i t. .'. -, .-III---------! .------II --1I IiiII .'a 1 I





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1.4. Methodist Church Physics Projects Win Honors '9YYY'.YYYYYYYYY.YYYYYYYt. ,. St. Mark's Episcopal Case No. 18-21U

: BRIDGE Notice T* AppearTo
./ I ,LONG I I ROT. Raymoud JfaeBlaba : Lillian Thomas whose residence .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. .-- .4'nr -, .I : and address is: 21? Wash
% ..
Morning Worship. 11 .a.m. MYF 3t- t AND NEW RIVER 1t.i iit: ; 'Services at St. Mark's Episcopal. York.ington Avenue, Brooklyn, New

Recreation Time 6:15 p.m. Dine- Bin. ?: Church will be as follows: You are hereby notified that a.
E. A. Sapp h;. "; : suit for divorce
A-Mite.for MYF. 6:45. Business 'p.I 9i5
Sunday: a.m. ChurchSchool'
I ; has been filed
&ga yon ta ta*
and worship session for MYF. U.&AAA A&&&&&& &&... .A&A. -I-. and Adult Class; 11 aon above named Court and cans andiron
Worship 8 p.m. -. are required to verve a copy of
7:15. Evening
Weekend guests of/ Mr. and The Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 your answer o>r pleading to the
The morning worship service is Mrs. Paulson were Mr. and Mrs. ; pJn-Y.p..j. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
broadcast over Station WRGR t T. Frank Landrum P. O. Box
11:30to Martin Paulson m, Mr. and Mrs. Old. p Wednesday: 7a" p.m. Utany 546, Starke, Florida
every Sunday morning from .-. V. Bailey, and Francis Twamley and Meditation; 8. p.m. Choir and file the original ia the officeof
12. Everyone; is invited to take Practice. the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
services of the all of,Miami. ._,.j or before the
part in the Holy Communion 13 day of 1!& 1)57
And : 1st Sunday ;
Come have fellowshipwith :Mr. and 'Mrs. George Johns of otherwise the allegations of said
church. 11
people. Jacksonville came to see their .. a. m.; 3rd'Sunday, 7:30 a. m. Complaint will be taken as confessed
God with .
awaits by
the Smith Johnses Sunday The everyone you.
parents ;: Tbis notice small be published
and accompanied by their -- once each week for four coasecnttv*
ChurchFriday weeks ta the Bradford Tele
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Johns, at New graph.
tended church Sunday at Swift NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this 9 day of April. 1S57.
Men of the Church la Circalt Father c Creek.. s: 2fr-- I. Florida la C .. *rr. Clerk of the Circuit Count
Supper meeting. Special Mark Moody p IFelton Moody, John Tborors. Plaintiff, vs. Lillian By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
and Son Banquet 7 p.m. Thomas, Defendant. 4/12 it ill
Sunday Church school 9:45 and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leslie

Worship, sermon Forsyth visit d'Mr.. and Mrs. ., I
Morning -- -', -
a.m. -, -
Chester Moody at Keystone Sunday
by Dr. S. E Irvine Penney and enjoyed an afternoon Ruth Hall and Helen (Crosby Florida Bank Employees, show the PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY H
F_.mt1.._, 11__ am. Youth Fellowships contrast between your
n old and new"as work at the
6 :There will be no Winners of the BUS physics classes' project contest last week boating and skiiing. they modem billing

evening, service p.m. due to pastor's were Wayne Mundorff, left, 1st place for demonstration on internal Folks of ,this area had a nice machines tn their old-fashioned Centennial costumes. All of the

absence. combustion; Lonzo Kirkland, right 2nd place, for 'a solar ,power warm Easter. First'time that has employes were decked out In their old time outfits In observance of -

I... Wednesday Prayer Meeting, plant; and Ginger Jones, 3rd place, for a demonstration on the I happened that :I can remember. dress-up day Saturday. e
7:30 p.m. reflection of light. I. G. Harris Florida Theatre manager, awarded I Mrs. Vonda Anderson and children -YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY' LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
of Deland Saturday .
Thursday Junior Choir Practice Wayne with four theatre tickets, Lonzo with three, and Ginger with spent
and with Mrs. Minnie
3:30: p.m. two. The construction and judging of projects is a part of the yearly night Granger Sunday returned home after Farmer's DiaryBy Membership Fees .- 6 Mo. Policies

of the physics class. Charles Cowen physics Instructor,
program several weeks' visit with Mrs.
I At The Tabernacle said the students take a week off from classwork to construct a Anderson. Sam MeGaroy

The 24th Anniversary of the project in, the field of physics which Interests them most. Sunday guests of the E. A. i.you'll need the meanest fence you DOYLE E.. CONNER AGENCY

founding of the Fundamental Gospel -- Sapps were Mr. and Mrs. Pete can build.

Tabernacle will be observed Interest ShownIn Petition Hits Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. ,Leslie For fence posts, we learned 136 W. Call Street Phone 285

Friday night. Apr. 26, at 7:30 Supermarket'sGift Sapp of Palatka, and Mr. and that, treated posts, even if they

o'clock with a special program OutOfCountyPup7 : Mrs.. Robert Ward and childrenof are only 4-inch or 6-inch stack

of music by Rev. John Margeneand Promotion Starke. 1 I will stand up for a reasonable -

family of the FellowshipBible Spotted Mr: and Mrs. Carl time. They say they will last 15-

Church Jacksonville. W. P. Luke, manager of the SuggestionReaction Edwards I of Camp Gordon, Ga. 20 yearsbut we know ours have S Do You Need Paint? ,

The Trinity Bible Church Lake local A & P Store, said yesterday who came home Friday through lasted fpur years since we put

Butler, Rev. M. M. Brackman, that tremendous interest to School Superintendent Sunday to see their parents, Mr. them up. Don't waste time, with Paint Your House .For Half the

pastor and members of the congregation |has been shown by the public in Harmon Morgan's sugges and Mrs. Carl Edwards Sr. and During the xoursS of our farm green, wood for post ', because .. Regular Price -

will also be presentand i the wonderful prizes being given tion that out-of-county ,studentsbe Mrs. Murlie' Crews. They surely inghere' in Bradford County we they will rot and break off at the
t A & P's Spring prohibited from coming to ground level the first time a GET TWO GALLONS OF PAINT
have a part on the program. I away free in have a cute little daughter.Mrs. have learned a little about fen
A brief report of the work will Value Jamboree.All Starke schools next year was reg Jessie Lee Lazenby and ing. What we did learn (the hard cow's shadow: falls on them. FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
be given and a travelogue picture i customers of the store are istered last week with a peti mother Mrs. Rhoda Dowling of: way) is not much compared to S S

of Palestine shown by Rev. invited Jo: register for the valuable tion by parents in the Camp. Miami came Friday to see Mr. the farmers'' and stockmen around That American fence you put Because We Eliminate The

Walter Zvoda. Activities will prizes which include two Blanding and Kingsley Lake and Mrs. Fonie Crewe and tp here who really know how to up. must be tight! Only way to Middle Man's PrQfit

close with a delightful, surprise, 1957 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer area and a meeting in Keystone. visit with brother. Joe Dowling. build a fence, but we thoughtthat do this, we learned, was to use ,

followed by refreshments.A 4-door hardtop sedans Admiral Heights. Mrs. Lazenby left Sunday for the some greenhorns like ourselves fence stretchers and use a ratchet I PRICE ON OUR PAINT.STARTS AT

portrayal of the Resurrection portable,TV sets and other valu- The petition, signed by about return trip but Mrs. Dowlingis might possibly enjoy hear lever with a pole, or the Gal.
$1.95 Qt. $4.98
scene was given in Flannel- able items. It is not necessaryto 8,0 persons, called for the School staying with the Crewses for ing of our experiences. tractor to pull the fence so tight or

graph to a large class at the make a purchase in order to Board to "continue the practice several weeks. that it sounds like a piano wire

Bible School Sunday morning by register, and the customer does of accepting students in the Among those enjoying a' picnic First suggestion. *we have is when you test It. There are lots

Mrs. Florence Hipple.JLEJLBRONN not have to be present to win. Starke School system who residein and egg hunt at Sampson thattlie of men around the county who Mary Carter Paint Store
Mr. Luke praised the results Blanding and Kingsley Lake Lcke Sunday were the James new farmer, even oefore know how to do the job right, so
he farm scoot for the
obtained from Telegraph advertising area. Lavender families, senior and get one of them to advise you.:
214 NW.13th St. Ph. FR 6-7588
nearest store and
CHURCH I supply buy a _
Jamboree children should Harold
announcing the "We feel our junior Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School, 10 a. mMorn awards. "We ran a full page an- be allowed this privilege," the Shiver and sons, and Mrs. Nan pair of fencing pliers. If, the With barbed S S wire S fence Gainesville, Fla.
a you
weak and
fencing on his place ,
ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening nouncement ad last week'and results petition read "as we are ac Merritt.
he'll need must have a good strong anchor
his animals are strong,
J Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training ," the local interested in, and actuallydo
) 6:30 m. MidWeek were phenomenal tively Sorry to report Mrs. Emily them 24-hours-a-day.. be sure, post to pull from, or else you'll be
Union (Sundays p. contest deal to
Wednesdays manager said. "The contribute a great Moody on the sick list this week. it will be tough sleeping with wasting your time. Here's what ;

7:30 Prayer p. m.Meeting- Rev. S. F. has created tremendous this interest area," ward the economy of your activityand county Glad to see Elbert Kettles back them in his pajama pockets, but happened to us many a time. H DO IT YOURSELF/1jI/ )) 1
in community
Beard. pastor. among the buyers both in home after his stay in the hos- it will save time in the middleof We'd pull the one wire tight

he said, "and we are gratifiedby purchasing power. pital. Also glad to hear that the night when someone yells, staple it in place, then string the YOU'LL BE THRILLED -
the immediate response. The signers supported the petition Betty Jo Moody is coming home i "Hey! :your cows are out on the next wire, and pull on it. Whenwe ( AND (

Mr. Luke extended a per- with statistics concerning today after several weeks in the i road!" did, the first, wire became
sonah invitation to the publicto Blanding's financial contributiCin Lake Butler hospital loose. By the time' we got the i
come in this weekend and to Starke. Seventy-five per cent Miss Ida Merritt left Sundayfor third wire up and tight, the first ( CAN FIX AND D0
register for the prizes. Registration of the $47,866 monthly payroll a few days visit with her Next is that the neophyte and second wires were so loose

deadline is May 4. goes to Starke it said. r'listelMrs.. Linnie Drake. In farmer buy post-hole diggers, wire that any careless old cow could ( BUILD
stretchers, all the barbed wire -:- -
The said that Bradford Lakeland. meander ,through without a
CHURCH OF GOD report receives teacher credits Mrs. Nettie Moody; Mrs: 'Ella and American fence wire he can scratch. Moral: start with a good i

.:. Sunday- School-10 a. m. Morning for County the cut-of-county pupils and Moody. Mrs. Robert Dobbs, and afford, and about a ton of this staples.wiring anchor post or your fence will I !

Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday federal funds for the children of Mrs. Felton Moody attended The reason we stress material all is look like an old wash line. LcwsuAv: .
) Service 7:45 p. m. YPE equipment and .
Evening employed by the govern- church services at, Pine Grove *
parents at the
Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Raiford last Sunday morn- that he may not know
Pnaver Meeting- Friday. 7:45.p. m. ment. -- & near time but .in his future farming Of course, as we write this we _1YOVR5ELFf'I
Our welcome --" -- LAWTTT- I It has since been learned uiai ing. days he's going to spend alot of ,realize we don't know anythingat

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning neither county is receiving Federal time building and fixing fences all about fencing. for we have ";MDEMAIKl -

mat is always Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service funds for these pupils. Morgar Starke Scouting and he might,as well buy it ,rightat ; just finished 'another patchupjob. Open 7:00 a.m. Close 5:00 p.m. Close noon on Sat.1 _

Saturday, 7:30 p. m. stated that while it Is true thai the start. I .

t I Bradford County receives stat: Groups Register, > SNow S
out to funds for these pupils these is After eight years of farming

FRIGIDAIRETHE families do not produce any 6:l r For District Show smart, which if the we new were farmer not hell here, and trying to keep animalsin STARKE

policyholderswho the local matching funds. > buying any stock until or out, we have a faint idea of
i Heights, Cla; postpone what old Nick has in store for
In Keystone
Three local scouting organizations he has.his fences in good shape. who don't to -1 jQUILPERS SUPPLIES
: BEST-KNOWN H. C the farmers get
County Superintendent to buy
need help for the Usually,
have registered will
The unfortunate man _
guest at J I. is Heaven.
special start
Merit hogs
annual Boy Scout just a
second : be some bent'staples, rusty
discussion on the problen 1 that moment -
panel and from aLI
You may not need help sat., May 18. irresistable,
would be created if Brad_ Badge Exposition New wire and rotted posts, told to
which Mrs.
do.. Field. on, :Mr. and
often,but you RAIGESWATER this' at Gainesville's Citizen's shot.with. a stock prod every
I ford County adopted policy will be playing ,a game
You'll want it fast. HEATERSAIR troop and two cub Farmer fool
One scout and time one of the things get
Observers at the 'meeting salt i the They bust ,
Starke will display hogs. I
That's where we shine. CONDITIONERS packs from and out!
.seemed t() fixes that place, -
the general feeling the show. the farmer
Day or night Fair weatheror WASHERS & DRYERS elaborate tools away I
be that Clay County should provide The' exposition will be open from before he's put the .- J
foul. 'the students with an adequate the hogs are out again. This goes :

Get The Best For Less means for obtaining thei] 4-9p.m.Troop 70 sponsored: by the on until one or the'other gives I .

education. .' headed' out and it won't be the hogs!
club, -is ,
Starke Rotary
H. C. Wall AgenC At e'r S \-r+: 0 4--4 -
discussec 1 will be
) Among the points by D. H. Montgomery. It -: # 4-tf
though no solutions were reach] in competition with 18 other We found that a ground 'barbed I ; ... -
Phone: 146 Smith'sGarafe ed. was' building a *Keyston from the Alachua Scout wire about six inches below ,- ";;:c .
troops _. ,.:c 4
school sending the students t District for the; various prizes the American fence discouragedthe : -

200 E. Call Street Melrose and the payment c which will be awarded immedi hogs from rooting under. But I Buy a FOR D.- "

Starke. F1& Sales. and ServiceWe funds to Bradford County t ately following the exposition. that wire must be tighter than :

Service AH Make of compensate for the expense hep .Top scout prize will be a gold the elastic band on a load Shark'sbankroll. '

Reprttttling tht Electrical Appliances Little support was given fc cup, with a patrol cook kit anda '"
and bank the
Hartford FireInsurance \.1 606 N.,Temple Ave. the building of a new school c scout axe going to second and. CS. savings

Company PHONE 129 I sending the children to Melrosi' third place winners respectively.The We* learned that 4-poail: barbed \

I Long was quoted as saying ttu two cub packs registeredfrom wire is the best. The 2-point stuff '

Bradford County had not aske Starke will vie for ribbon is all right: for keeping in.a. tired a

for any funds and any such pit: honors along with 10 other packsin old maverick'or a 3-legged mule, ,

I posal could not be consider the district. All packs to ,how will but if you have cows like cut. \ Booming Ford tales spell low., low outlay
until the next year's budget ani receive ribbons according Comfort, who looked -
fence busting b \ on the car with the traditionally high return
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH way. they place in the judging. at.every fence as a challenge -- '
nft v 7ft ._,.f the First -
ram 'v a.IJL1111i Thiff year because we're outselling all competitors
36J ContributedBy ist Church was the first Club I Guard's 11-Week ..' !. we can and are outdealing them.The result:you'Ufind
STARKE FLA. $ year'sshow .
for this .
outfit to register -,1 a luxury car at far less than you'd ever expect
according to Exposition Program AdvocatedFor I -' t1 to pay-with (years-ahead styling, Thunderbird

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Negro Unit general chairman Lee headed Pearson by, School Students ._' power plus a completely new'tinner: Ford."
I Pack 70 is '
I Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Of Red CrossMrs. cubmaster R. P. McLendon. commanding ,p 1 1. OH TOP YAW!...Pick from two tlg-cor ti-ovtr.

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Also participatIng the First Capt Randal Chitty Co. ,-4 1 16-foot Custom,0..17.foot FairtoMt. Pkk your power too
Church's pack 307,, officer of National Guard 14 -tfn world's mod modem Six or one of Ford'i MW Y-8's.
Junius 'H. Smith R week
P.: Tay- C of Starke
cubmaster R. ----5 2. Get TOP DIAU..Com.cnlnnowondN.hoW.oylf
| Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.7:30 P.M. Cross fund drive chairman, e: guided by ,. schools boys over 17 to join -7--- .U to swing lilt MW kind of Ford.Youl find th.r.'$a car and _
pressed appreciation this we;k br" ticket sale the Guard and take advantage .of ---- I a plan for you custom-mad to fit lIIe needs of your budget.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. of Pearson stated the '
chairmanthe (
to C. C. Anderson .Draining
active duty
been set at 10,000. Each the 11 weeks 3. Ge.TOP TlADU .. .Your present car wifl never be
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. colored division and h is goal has will sell for 50 cents. All] program during the'summer worth more than right nowf So come on hi Get the cal that's
workers for their total contrib!u- ticket will months. worth mart when new, built to be worth more on resole,too. S
ticket sales
I Hear the Sunday Morning: Service over WDVH at tion of $361.88.Anderson's proceeds to the from scout troops and cub He pointed out that the 11-week
report was as I fc)1go be in ,effect

registered will only
11 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. lows: Anderson Junior Hig 11. packs troop in the and district.pack will handle until program Jan. 1, 1958 with enlistments 4 :

... Lawtey, $120; RJE High Scho<)1, sales. cut off around Oct. I, 1957. After
ticket '
Starke, S101V06; Thurston El e- Out of 34 units in the Alachua i that time all National Guard en

tecs a- ss rssss rss. ss rrpsSSSsSp mentary $35.0T; Wateroak El.e- District, 30 have signed up as of I:listees without prior service will
mentary, $27; Hampton Trai n- to take six months
1 1c. be required ,
Madison Street ChurchPresently ing. $23; BrookT. $10.75; Cou nlast saturday.announced that tickets I training with the regular Army. _
It was
et .
: ty Community Program will not be given any troop or Selective service processing will

$45.02. pack after April 15 if they haves be .suspended for Up to 120 days -
( MeetingVashington and Grand Sts.) Mrs. Smith also acknowledg ed not registered. for men in Class 1-A who, priorto -

a total of.$98 from employe Units from Waldo Gainesville having been ordered to reportfor

Good Singing Forceful Preaching of Humphreys Gold and duPoi at Chiefland, Cedar Key, Melrose, induction. enlists in the Guard _
Total Red Cross contributio ns and WQliston are also registered. and volunteers for immediate, en -

now stand at about $2,000. T he In .addition to Pearson Exposition trance into the six months active MODEL FOR MODEL THE

Sunday School ___. ____--____-..___ 9:45 A.M. county quota was 3200. Committee members include, duty for training program, Capt -. '57 FORD

Morning Worship ___........._____11:00 A.M. William Poore. Edward Basin Chitty said. Test Drive this great buy ,IS THE LOWEST PRICED _

CHURCH OF CHRIST Lou ornbush, Dr. Clem Kauf Leslie Floyd of Jacksonville jo'ined -I OF THE UW-PB1CE THREE!
Training Union ___________________ 6:15 P.M. Conners, all of this week Dealer'sr.o.A.r. .
C. L. Overturf Jr, Minlstei man and Harry the Starke Guard at neighborhood Ford. *$..*.ttnmm MMteturm.
Evening Worship _______:________ 8:00 P.M.\ Gainesville. and requested immediate entrance .....M nun Mnct tatm
Prayer Services: & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. Sunday Sunday School' 10 into the six months active duty .
: a. m.. morning service, 11 a i no.
evening service 6:30 p. m.. HIGHLANDBAPTIST program.
Come And Bring The Children Room For All 7 30 CHURCH
Wednesday study ;;
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. BETHEL
S Andrews Motor Co.MA
A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU! p. m. Morning'Wors1ip, '11 a. m and BAPTIST CHURCH

REV. I. E. ENLOW. PastorP. Radio ,Program Stat!ion- 7:30 p..m. Prayer Meeting each Sunday'school 10 a. in. Preaching .

T. Nolin, Supt. Sunday School WRGR Sunday, 8:3 .9 a."iSubject' a: Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. ,- -Rev .services 11.&. m,and 8 p. m. .
for the month"I he George Chism pastor. Even-body service 730 'm. Rev.R. '
'; 11'1' ,, I I '''... 1I11I1t' Bible. welcome.' L. Lee. pastor.' .:- ... "'" C'_ :_ -

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Ralph Barbour Division assistant,of of the the Surplus Florida Property State I Loaded Missionary Plants I Program fork' Skib :to Highlight -_ r- -

Dies At Age 70 Development spent a great, deal Commission.of time work-He I .- I'Pack 70 Meeting _

Ralph Horton Barbour. 70, died ing out of the Camp Blanding Well I II ,Cub Scout Pack 70 will meet
offices of the commission and he Underway.
at noon Monday in the Tallahassee I Monday Apr.. 29, at 7:30 p. ,m.
Memorial Hospital, where he and his family maintained a part- I in I .the Methodist recreation,build

had been confined ,for several time home on..Kingsley Lake. (Continued from Page 1)) I ing. Each Den will present a ,

days following a heart attack. Mr. Barbour was also a charter skit carrying out the theme of

member of the Westminster music and other 'p.
Mr. Barbour was born April 1 arrangements the month, "Swiss family Robinson '
Presbyterian Church of Talla- for the parades during Centennial ;" Refreshments will be served ..I
28, 1887 in Ferguson, Mo., and '
was married to the former Miss hasee where he served as Elder. .. week, stated yesterday that arrangements ,by the,mothers of Den 4. t' ,

Ethel Sternburg of Starke in the During World' War II he and had been made for Parents are asked to come and trJ: _

Mrs. Barbour were hosts to more several out-of-town bands to appear the1lboy's
of help Den win the
First Presbyterian Church A.
Starke on May 8, 1912. They than 10000, service men at a I in the paraifes( scheduled attendance plaque. There ,will also S : ((4' "
weekly party held every Satur- for 3 p.m. on Monday: Wednesday _-
be a'
were to have, celebrated their 45th prize for the Den having t Ac1'v: vas:1 v-
wedding anniversary next month. day night in the church's community and Saturday. He said that the largest number of boys -

service center.. .. the parades would alscJ include '
advancing in rank well
Mr. Barbour lived in Jacksonville 'floats as as a '
:Mr. Barbour is survived by spectacular placed by special prize for a boy in the
for 28 years most of tlikt organizations and business houses,
his wife; two daughters, Mrs; B. Webelos Den. '. :' -
t $
time teaching at Kooert E. Lee and-Other colorfuj units., Any '
S. Jacksonville and Mrs. Several Den Mothers and Cubs, .
Merritt ;
High School He was a charter .. group or individual desiring to '
-1 J
o f' both Pack 70 and Pack 307
member of St. Johns Presby A, T. Ewell, Tallahassee a son, *;z enter a float in anyone ,or all _
took part in a radio broadcast ..
terian' Church, having helped to Donald S. Barbour, Orlando; a parades should contact Mr. Mathews -
at the Byrd district of Setzer's Supermarket
Tuesday morning Chamber Jimmy supervisor points
organize it in his home town sister Mrs. Harriett M. Barour, at the. school. The colored _
upon moving to Jacksonville. He citizens parade Is scheduled for of Commerce office. .out a choice cut of the steer grown by.local FFA'er Sidney Newman _ _

later became Elder and Superin- Chicago; eight grandchildren, ,,3 p.m. Friday.! which will be on sale at Setzer's this weekend. Setzer's paid 33 cents _

tendent of the Sunday School.In and three great grandchildren." Other Centennial i information: Patrolmen Switched per pound for Newman's steer at the FFA Sale in Gajnesileprll! _

')9UIr.. fcarbour and his Funeral services were held CARAVAN:' 12 and purchased four other steers, including the grand champion<
k switch in 'Florida'Highway
family moved to Tallahassee Tuesday in toe' Westminster Cavalcade Chairmah Robert Patrol Looking on is Earnest Alien, market manager.
with Presbyterian Church, Tallahassee l assignments recently I -
he became
where Green is arranging for a trip to 'brought patrolman Walter R.
the State Department of Educa- and graveside rites were several surrounding towns on public'speaking. The Starke Chapter -
Harvey to Keystone Heights from
tion. At the time of his death Wednsday in Evergreen Ceme- Grower I. \". Thompson and County Agent George Huggins look Tuesday, April 30, leaving Cen- Mayo and sent patrolman James also had the winning string LOW COST -

he was serving as ,administrative tery, Jacksonville. over some of the heavily loaded plants in the field of Missionaries tennial Headquarters at 11 a.m. R. Gamble to Mayo from Key- band composed of Jimmy Clark Liability Insurance

grown by Thompson. and returning to Starke about 7 stone Heights. James Cowart and JaI l-es Tyler, ,

J p.m. Objective: to advertise
Both men requested the trade, and the winning horseshoe pitching 6 Months Policies -
A field of Missionary strawberries had ,in 10 years, from either Centennial Week. Plans ere also
WANTED Gamble wishing to be near the team
composed of, Terry
being made for a to visit
loaded with everythingfrom Missionaries or Florida 90's. group ; home of his future bride, Miss $14.00
STATION MANAGER with following qualifications Betweenage blossom to ripe, berries Fourteen crates of top quality, Tallahassee next Tuesday leaving Geraldine Marable of' .Mayo, and' Futch and John Goolsby. -

25 and 50. Bondable. Past or present retail experience. last week was a good rebuttal large berries were picked 'in the Centennial HadquarterS at 7 Harvey wanting to be'near his George Bradley'of the Brad- No Membership Fees

to.the claim that has developedin field last Friday and Saturday a.m. and returning about 8 p.m. family in Palatka. ford Chapter won first place in

Station experience not necessary as we provide on-the-job recent years that Missionaries: afternoon; the field looked readyto Objective: to extend perscnal} the harmonica contest Participating -I Doyle E. CONNER
Gamble said his
Permanent resident and home owner preferred. Guaranteed wedding to
training. the out invitations to members of the in the contests
are on way as good pick again. Thompson expected were FFA 1

starting salary of $300 per month plus commission on all producers in Bradford County. from 15 to 18 crates to be picked House'and Senate and to Gov. Miss June Marable 2. Miss Marable has been is set for members from Starke, Lake But- INSURANCE AGENCY
Bonus and salary increase to follow for The 15,000 plant acrt has been LeRoy Collftis to attend the ler Baldwin, Milliard. Macclenny'
merchandise! items. from the field Monday. tary'to the county judge'in Mayo. Phone 285 136 W. Call
Starke Centennial
right man. Yearly vacation and group life and hospitalization grown by I. V. Thompson in the The success of the plants was; [ on Statesman'sDay and Callahan. -
Rosier settlement off of Bay- Monday, May 6. All men -- _
Sand command
insurance. Payroll plan. Must be qualified to hire attributed to the fact that.. \ Local FFA
Jess Highway. Thompson said they \afd women who can go otv either Members ::

the confidence and respect ot your employees. Ko doubt the that the field has produced the were virus free when Thompson; one of both of these trips. (in

man tie want Is working now, so alt relations will be strictly best crop of berries that he has I obtained them for his seed bed. costume) are asked .to contactMr. Win Contest Events SeDIt Rent It Trade II

and references will not be checked until after Green.QUEEN'S. ...
jconfidential Bradford High School FFA

inteniew. For interview sent letter in your own handwriting I Panel To DiscussAccreditation Trackmen Enter BALL: members from the two local FFA I

stating age marital status, past and present employment This event will be held :Monday chapters placed first in four in the

education, and references to: Conference Meet night the May 6, immediately after eight contests held at the sub- WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED _
opening performance of the
A panel discussion on "The district meet in Callahan April
Members of the BHs track historical pageant. Ticket holders 18.
H. S. PRESLERIMPERIAL Report on Evaluation and Accreditation
of Our School" will team today (Friday) 'will enterthe will have their choice of dancing'either Rudolph Sapp. president of the Low Rates Good Results Rasy To Place
FLA. OIL co. inside the
highlight the Bradford; High Keystone conference meet at block of USO or in aro1edoff Starke Chapter:. placed first in ZO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . SOe

;/ :Box 5297 Tampa, Fla. School PTA 'meeting Monday Bolles classed ,as a slight underdog Washington _

night, April 29. on the basis of past records Street' adjoining the USO. Orchestras EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Zo
will Thanks A MillionCompany
play in both locations.
for the coming year 'Dress is optional (may be form I ___niE'nr1' oy IK PER rnvr ON TWO on MORRDandy n.RR..n...
will be elected at the meeting Charles Noegel in the 880 yar:!\ al semi-formal
informal .
or ) but C, Starkfi National
dash has been the most consistent
which will begin at 8 p. m. in it is requested thaf all who have I Bn.lnc"s Locatloa-Presently -
Case Records Guard, wishes to extend heart- MAN OR
rga: 1 performer this year, coming WOMAN-To take
the music room. All parents of Centennial costumes wear themon Improved with business and apart established over _
in first or second in all ofthe felt thanks to the hundreds of ment. ThU fares OB two afreets and customers in Starke.
i-i: From A Chiropractor's File high school students are urgedto '* this occasion. Dances at the people who viewed the Lord's ,bias/ our C.OOO aq. feet of lot area. at Weekly fctart profits'-of $50.00 or more -
attend. meets. This IN real clone In and on BUST possible. No car or other _ _
By Dr. II. G. Bollinger USO on Wednesday night and Last Supper exhibited here last 'TEMPLR AAE. Priced for only investment necessary. Will help

Case No. 16532 The executive board will meet In"their most recent meets the Saturday night of Centennial weekend, and special thanks to :R.OOO with terras.S Ruble.you get Dept.started. Write C. U.
at" 7:30 in Starkei thin clads were edged The J. R. Wiltkins / -
the Band Room. Week will be informal.
Lady, 42 years old. had suffered severe 49-47 by Santa Fe on April 17 the business firms 'listed below : R. R. HOME ALMOST >EW Company, Memphis 2, Tenn.
SOUVENIR PLATES and individuals who made it la a ery good neighborhood with HP
migraine headaches for about 30 years. and socred 30 points ascom- a large lot. outside barbeque and
Mrs. lisa Peuker Specially designed Centennial possible: SALE-Yolo Wonder
patio. L.raf'arport and utilityroom. Pepper
) Headaches were as severe she would cared to Green Cove's 69 pointson a Plants. grown in
r plates, depicting scenes of Starke, Gulf Oil Products, pinehurst" Lots of eloiiet space and ty. Marklee BradfordCoun- _ _
:' often be In bed for several days. Various Dies In HamptonFuneral April 16. hardnood floors. Only $ .:wD down 83-E1.!i Starke Starling Rt. 2. Box _ _
old and new, have arrived and Motor Court, B. T. Thomas Lum- ,oa thin one. Fla. 2tp 4/2< _

drugs were given many of which produced symptoms as I Against Santa Fe, the Bradford will be on sale at Centennial ber Co., K &: J. Truck Stop B. I FOR SALE-:3 toot
servfces for Mrs. lisa teams scored first in all 20 A. Farm with :3 B. R. Home, Frigidaire, good
distressing as the headaches. Headquarters and other places in & G. Truck Bradford ,,, condition excellent buy
Schwarz Peuker : Stop, Motor Bath Deep II. ,Wired for Eire.Stote. N. $115. 535 _ _
59 the Cherry ,
held I three the 880-yard, St
were relays -
Under Chiropractic care an examination revealed a pressure town this weekend. The attractive Court, Jos. E. Warren Construction ealed throughout, elosets In Zt'hlr 53
Monday in the DeWitt C. Jones j' mile, and sprint medley. Irvan all 'bed room. Built la 4Mnets la FOR
on the spinal cord at the base of the skull. This pressure with plates .are available in ,1 a Co., Libby Sales &: kitchen with :S compartment sink.Oa outside SALE-Four room house Just
the winnerin
Chapel Rev. Lewis D. Covington was first place city
choice of colors and will be Service mail and school bus ..at. S3500 Faulkner Service Station Oeo.v.
was removed by chiropractic adjustments and the patient now Haines officiating. Burial was in the 220-yard dash Bob Taccia ( Owner 'tras ferred and says sell _P.non. Cheshier, 533
cherished heirlooms in to i Atlantic 396-J. NvTfARTHUR
l'njogood health. Brooklyn, N. Y. in I the 440 and Noegel in the 880. Service Station fFred's or inslI down payment ...db.I.'f' _ _
come. The Centennial historical Marine Center Tilley"sService like rent. Price $4,500.See .
For:. further information on problem cases, phone or write the Mrs. Peuker a native of Bre- Freddie Stephens tied for first booklet is and at Shepherds FULMER SEAT COVERS
being printed
Station Starke TV.
pow Motor $21.95
slau and Harden me for your needs In realrotate. and up.
Germany died ,Saturday in the discus throw Joe Installed free
I I will be available during Centennial Court, El Rancho Cafe, To-Rena I will be glad to show yea 2tchg 5/S
Dfc H/G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES72S morning at her home in Hampton came in second in the mile Week.SchOol. these and other fine properties at CUSTOM MADE
426 N. Walnut St. heart Motel Hardy Bros. Motor Co., any time convenient for )011.I T.V. DRAPES at Shepherds -
'E. 'University Ave. !. following a attack. She run. Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke itchy 53FOP.

Gainesville Phone 6-323S Starke Phone 103Robbins' had lived in Bradford County for In'the Green Cove-meet, Noegel Taxi Warren hate a waiting list for farms,
Co. Shell
Super city home". vacant lots ,
five coming here from in the 880- .acreage RENT-New
again was top man Survey lake unfurnished gar
Earl Goodman Garage, property highway propertyanywhere. age apartment,
Brooklyn. dash and Howell Wiliamswas If have two bedrooms.
p yard Townsend yea property Size of modern
Grocery, home. Couple
Surviving her husband discus for sale, please come by. write or sired. PhOHg
are first in the shot and 134-J.
Farm_Home & Auto Sup- phone. Do It BOW, It may be your tfchg
Max; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Pole-vaulters Jerome Edwards lime to sell.WALL.
e event. FOR RENT-3
Slated 'InMayContinued ply, Van's Motor Court, W. T. room nicely furnish
I Raichalt and Mrs. Martha Cher- and Jimmy Hobbs tied for ed apartment. Air conditioned.
Jackson Transfer Co., Carl Ritch TV and
J ne a. both of Brooklyn. first place in that event. REALTY age adults electric kitchert. Middle-
Plumbing, Sleepy Hollow Motel. preferred. Mrs. Clark
also first place1 REGISTEREb BROKER lit. 1. Box
Noegel was : 44, Bessent
( from Page 1) Canova Pharmacy, Henry Williams : Rd. tfchg _ _
SPRING W. C. T. U. winner in the 880-yard dash I in Box 466 Phone 487-J
Cafe, Johnson's Farmers Bookkeeping
meet April 10 337 N. Walnut Service, No Matter
Lake on Starke
the City
: Lake and Keystone areas, ClayCounty Supply, Volley Starling Grocery, How SmalL Write Maryan Dingle,

"TO BE A WINNER IN FOOT-I I n which BHS. Gainesville, Lake receives taxes on valuable Tiny's ,Service, Station, McGriff I :P. O. Box 447. Starke, Fla. ttchgCOSTCMES _ _

DRESS BALL YOU MUST WANT Live Oak and MonticellocomPeted. '
TOlS' City while Bradford I Pontiac,
property Raymond-Lang
I Motors, for all
WE BUT AND SELL USED FUR. occasions. Grit-
\\ ANYONE WHO INDULGES The local squad came fin
County gets the students, he Starke Motor parts, Brownlee & NITURE. Elrod Furniture Co., Costume Shop, 1622 Main St. -
IN ALCOHOL AND NICOTINE I in fourth in points scored with !said.! Chasteen, Koch's Drug Store, '_Phone 43. tfcbg phone Elgin 4-4888. Jacksonville.

SHOWS THAT HE'S NOT I 18. Gainesville scored 84 points, 'I 4tchg 5/3
The, solution to the problemseems Slade Gae Co., Rubt: Johns Beau- OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARYRADIOS '
students New Kingsley Beach, FOR RENT
to lie in either the ty Shop, Tiny's at
IDEA OF BEING A WINNER." Monti ello, 7. AU Makea AU Hodrfs 66 Service. 411 S. Walnut
following the tax money Western Auto Associate Store, Reasonable Charge guaranteedCUAS. St. Also new mowers for
(PAUL GIEL, FOOTBALL ALL In the P. J{. Yonge Invitationalon Easy Sale.
C. SHEPHERD payment
Edwards plan.
Ck99 Jddd Tile Co. Jack Pay
in the
to-Green ,Cove Springs or while _ _
T03 W. Call ) you
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF; April 13, the Bradford High t. Starke Ph. 23 mow. Buy where you mn
Starke 301
tax money following the students i Store, Bell's Garage, get service on what
last you buy.
MINNESOTA. in next to ,
) squad came IVEKD TIRES
to Starke, he ,suggested. Motel, Gem Jewelry ,Gay Home tfchg
SIGNAIJ; PRESS. :EVANSTON, scoring 12 points, but two' of the I Get them now, pay as you ride.
The next School Board meet Appliances, W. L. Thigpen Ask for our easy budget terms.: A WATKINS
I And Up I ILLINOIS.PARK. local boys broke Invitational inee'records. Build%, Landscaping, Starke Lacy Conway Sales and Service. Bradford County.ROUTE IS OPEN for
ing, May 6. promises to provide Union Pus Station, Starke., Fla. the best This is one of
Mobile Homes Cecil Douglas, Suwannee routes. $ .oo to $3.00
though coming in .4 I a forum for the outofcountyschool tfchg. per hour easy to make
; Noegel, ? ; to begin
from store, A Friend, ,Goodman's with. Approving
second behind the winner, still issue with delegations WHEN IN NEED OF women dealerships for
as well
T1'I Station.Adv..) as for
old th..... nffpot/wi areas exuected. ,MOTgan ,; The J. R. Write
the Walking
suoceeded in ------- -- '
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I % ( Company, 659
\Jf. .!I ffAff track recorcLand Jerome Edwards ; said that Clay County Superintendent Georgia.Peachtree_ St., N. E., Atlanta." ._
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tied for first place in the. pole H. C. Long has also H. DIRTor ip-s/J

I, w f STARKE-FLA.' vault event at 10 feet 11 inchesto accepted an invitation to attend. WRGRSTARKE For Electric and Acetylene Weld
J 2662. Bel-AIr
break the old record+set last vice Lafltey<< Fla. 2tchg CC Ser _ _
I' year by Jimmy Hobbs: Hobbs Joseph Hall Rites FLORIDA THIGPEN, JR.

SUN., MON., TUES also lopped his old mark by clear- UftO K C PHONE 500 Bt 2 Box 245-D Alton Rd FOR Call SALE 389. Two Bedroom house

Values to $14.95 APRIL ,28-29-30 ing the bar at 10 feet '8 inches. Are Held' FridayFuneral I PHONE 297-J _Itchg

.ji #. DOUBLE FEATURE The year before he had set the Hear Mickey Evans, one of St&rbe FIa. FOR RENT 'One bedroom fur-
for W Florida's disc nished
services Joseph only girl jockeys house. Adults
record at 10 or
feet 4 inches.In with couple

\ I The Phenix City Story the games today Green Coveis Hall, 79, of Jacksonville, were 12:00 to 12:15 Mon. thru Friday. 1% PAID 0V SAVIWS KEYSTONE Phone infant.113-J. 309 Christian Itchg St. _________

John' Mclntire Richard Riley favored to win with Fernan- held last Friday in the Pine Level STATE BANK KEY-
Monday Through Friday STONE FOR RENT
.... Kathryn Grant and Edward dina and P. K. close behind. Baptist Church with the Rev. 6:00 Sign On, and News FDIC.WANTED three bedroom house at furnished Kings-

Andrews Others in the meet are Santa George Hodge of the Beaver ley Lake for year round rent. _
6:05: Songs of the 'Gospel 500 new Bottled Gas Inquire at Rosenberg's
PLUS Fe and Bolles.CHARLEY Street Baptist Church 6:30 Clockwatcher Customers. Low Installation cost. tfchg

Burial followed in the Dyal. Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod FOR RENT One and two bed-
Ladies' 7:00 News of the World Furniture Co. tfchg room furnished apartments
Pride of the Blue GrassIN ,Cemetery near Raiford.Mr 7:15 Hymn for the Day in. Desirable location. W.Clone H.

in 21 INCH TELEVISION consoles. S18down Nollman 221 W. IhdIson.
Hall died Wednesday
COLOR ; a.. tfchy
7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air at Dahmcrs. tfchg

STREET Lloyd Bridges and Yen Miles Jacksonville! hospital. He was I. 7:30 Weather Around the Nation FOR Will SALE-Young Angus Bull..
andhad W' TEPWomf'n : sell at beef prices.
born in Bradford County Phone
Plus Color CartoonDont 42.. 7:35 Clockwatcher : HS Grad. 18-55 yri. age, 285. Doyle E. Conner. Ins tfchg
lived {p Jacksonville 7:50 News and Sports8:0S'Clockwatcher single for expense: paid training
DUSTERS Miss Phenix City, Ala. years. and placement in medIcal. clerical, FOR SALE-l.,"BP t*vld Bradley
Story engineering communications finance Garden Tractor and
Surviving are four daughters, 9:00 9:05 News public relations. Intelligence, attachment. Good condition.cutter (bar ll

Mrs. Anna Rippa, Mrs. Mable 9:05 '9:25 Howdy Friends food service administration machine pneumatic tires, rood as new.

s ? WED., THURS., MAY 1-2 Emery Mrs. Lucille-Masters: and 9:30 Howdy Friends .accounting Opportunities guaranteed transportationfields. for -Price' $74. C. J. Frailer, Graham.lt

d1 .99 Mrs. Pauline all of advancement and travel. Write P. _
Parnaby, 9:45
DOUBLE FEATURE Radio Chapel o. Bos: 4110, Jacksonville, Fla. -
Jacksonville; two sisters, :Mrs. 10:00 Cedric Adams Show ftp 4/!' SELECT BRGAIIV REAL
Gun Duel In
Durahgo Belle Yeomans of Starke and iO:30 Kitchen Club ESTATE
FOR, RENT-Five room furnishedapartment.
t And Up George Montgomery :Mrs. Rebecca West of Holy(Hill; 11:00 News Will accept email 7 ACRES .f land. 2 .*J r.*sa

PLUS a son, Don Hall of Jacksonville; 11:05 Let's Go Calling baby (26 N. Church St Phone 5..- with aden eatealB..
175-W. Apply 518 N. Church St Vi Bile front CUr limits,
13 grandchildren; 12 great-grand- 11:30 Farm Roundup ffch* hlxhway. See ii. f.r price paved aaj
I. THE SWAN tersi
children and
one great-great- 12:00 :Mickey Evans

CINEMASCOPE JOHNS & SON grandchild. 12:15: Noon News -REXl---CompItte1y three bedroom unfurnished redecorated 2 ...r_. h.._, t acre It Paved
house. One 1I1.1I"f1r $3,000.00. Call for
former tenant. Inquire M term.
Grace Kelly Alec Guinness 12:30 Talk of the Town
Values To $10.95 14 W. {Jail St., phoneCR0..
and Louis Jourdan CANCER FUND 1:00 Songs of the Siesta tfchg 10 acres c 804 land fenced U mile
"Here come those wonderful t. ...-.. highway, rfeea' at $1,.
2:00 News .
Color Cartoon tourists! We PLEA ISSUED FOR SALE Registered Angus,50SJ0.Sew
are so glad to
2:05 Music for Motoring Pulls with
We clear papers. Reasonably
I must out all our see them come, but they do 3:00'News Priced. J. B. White, N. Highway'I I for the and very.e4era, low 4 h..... la Stark

Spring Dresses.to make room FRI., SAT., MAY 3-4 increase the auto traffic and "Cancer is one of the deadliest 3:05 Radio Ranch No. 18. Ztp 41U N1uJO: to Gin and WB..Mfsaeat.see... toothers. of

DOUBLE FEATURE enemies of the American people WANTED Lawn to mow. Call Balance like 'tat.UIIU.C. _
the accident hazard. Is Col 4:00 News
0 for shipment of Sum- P."r.tt. ,,"nn. 25,
new striking one out of three,adults, ttplllr .
lision insurance 4:05 At Your Request oa properties for sale saIJ.cited. .
Abott and Costello higher .
Miss Alvarez local
mer Dresses. Shop early and limits 6:00 The World Today Secretary ,
of Auto
Liability 'the cer fund drive chairman remarked age IS. 15 years diversified experience -
Save.ROBBINS' Meet the, Killer, Boris I II answer?" this week. 6:15 Instrumental/ Yours in all pha* s of offleeppO.ture. FLORIDA REALTY, CO.
Box 55. Dike Genevaor 353:
6:45: ,Public Service TeaisU Ave. Tele. 383 _
Karloff Miss Alvarez urged all Starke 7:00 Newsic Phone Granite 5-2970. Stark FU. _
4tp 5/10
PLUS Charley E. Johns residents to join in the fight to 7:05 Shank of the Evening
:F: eliminate this dreaded disease bycontributing Soft Ball EquIpment Lout Kingsley ,'FOR RENT-One bedroom furnlshed -
.. Saturday Peach Anril 13. $24.90 Reward. : apartment or will rent fur
DEPT. SMOKE SIGNAL to the cancer. fund I Same schedule as above, except Phone C. D. Cay. FR '-JT12. sleeping, 21$ ,B. ,Walnut St. _

STORE TECHNICOLOR" & Son drivenow underway.Contributions : I 1 to 6'pin. Road Show. Gainesville. No question Ztp asked.4/21 j .. Ztpl/1,. _

Dana Andrews and Piper Laurie Agency ann be made by Sunday I HOUSE ON LOT and 4 lets' lfl' X _
FOR SALE-Registered Black hnd 125 for sale in town.
calling phone number 311 and 7:30 Sign On. Religious 721 Thomas
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contribution man of and
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