Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 13, 1958
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Skkf High Valuations decide ,whether she's lucky
or unlucky. For U. S. 301 Right Of Way

State Sen. Charley E. Johns First: she won the hand

) last week declared himself!(opposed some barbecue outfit givenas I '
to Gcv LeRoy Collins' 100 grand prize at the March i A. loan from the State Road!|I I Chamber of Commerce group, the fout-laning work can be let

per cent 'assessment of Dime dance last Satur- Dept. to help the county finance]| wciking through realtor Walter at least by June. Nearly a mil-
program day the-'acquisition of righ t-ef-way Sibley, have been pushing a pro- lion dollars has 'been set up in
Johns made his knownin
h for -U. S. 301 north of Starke gram'to encourage landowners to the budget for the 301 improvement -
letters That's lucky
urging Bradford
last week cleared the way' for i give their land for.: the right of work in Bradford County
Union tax not Next: she lost the set
tt. county assessors
Pq., ''" % work to proceed full steam aheadon 'way and sign "agreements for and-this budget period expires at
when it
pR "be stampeded, into going along disappeared from
) Q preparations for the forth- future payments on moving build- the end of June.
(? with this program." the carport of the Charles '
coming four-laning project. tings and ether improvements..
The project calls tor the
c 1 Dinkins home in Saratoga !
N In his letters to Bradford Couny -
Y Announcement of the advancewas I :This project "is now in the widening of the 12.3 miles of U.
Heights, where she and
Assessor Gene Long and Union
made by Earl Powers of -
hands of the State 'Road
Dept S. 301 between the points at
,i; others stopped for refresh-
County Assessor Marcus Howard,
-. _.. menu, after the dance.That's State Road Board men" Guy Andrews head of the which Temple avenue narrows in
Johns wrote: ,
member for District 2. It had
Chamber Commerce rightofway Starke and the county line. An
I Ii Meeting in the courthouse here last Friday night, this oomm'.ttee: "I am personally, against this Mrs. unlucky. been requested in a resolution I' group stated. agreement has been worked out

Market Panel of farmers, buyers, and business men tackled problems related to the program as I think it is wrong, first the Noegel, grill was thought taken bya at passed by the County Commis- Sibley, however, will continueto between county and city officials
it will do untold harm to our"en- sioners last month; "
II future operation of the Starke State Farmers Market Seated at friend but work with the state men. calling for the city to contribute
as a joke, by
tire state, it will practically nullify With funds available State
i :table ((1-r) J. R. Kelly, chairman of the market's advisory! committee; homestead exemption, and as a now the Joke (if any) isn't: Road Dept. right-of-way officials : The State Road Dept. officials funds for the right-of-way acquisition -
the limits.
Suggests 24-Pint :;I K. A. Nettles! manager Brooker Farmers Market; G. T. Hufgras, axpayer and a private citizen, I funny and she'd like the set this week took the reins from i negotiate began Monday with the on landowners preparing to Clay County has also city agreed to

i county agent; R. B. Alvarez assistant director" State Farmers Markets | sincerely hope that you will not returned.' the county in the job of acquiringthe on cooperate with the widening of
Tat Miller, Cattlemen's Association Ed Durban, be stampeded into going along If !t is, shell consider herself right-of-way: the route. ,
; president ; (peen U. S. 301 in the short strip belonging -
Berry Crates ; ;Crawford, J. B. Catkins, S. J. McGaney, Darby, Gaskins, Guy Andrews with this program. lucky again. Until now the county and closely They to are the expected to stick to them just north of the
appraisal value and
A. B. Whitehead, W. S. Sibley. Standing (I-r) J. R. Chasteen "I pledge to both of you that as Bradford County line.
cases in which
I Board Meets Satur they cannot work
State Senator from the 15th Senatorial
J. R. Warawrlght! Wade Gaskins Markalee Starling, L. U. Morgan rday out an agreement with
A recommendation that straw- District, if the Governor the land- .
berry growers in the- area served Jr., Morris! Carter Raymond, Crosby. were to take such, drastic steps as owners will go to court. Du Pont Company
by the Starke Farmers Market :io remove either of you from cf- Bond Registratk Deadline Eyedregistered Powers emphasized that thoughthe
9 lice for not complying with ,,his county now has funds with
adopt the 24-pint crate this season -
i,Meeting Is Set ,7 0 Discuss orders, I will do everything in 'my which to work on the acquisitionof Begins
made committee
was by a ] : Operating
power to have you reinstated The rate of registration for the yesterday, Mrs. Crosby right-of-way, it is not enoughto

meeting in the courthouse last I Preparations For IndustryJ when the State Legislature meets'n forthcoming! school bond election said This'is a little less than 200 pay any exorbitant prices to

Friday: night to work,on problemsin I 1959." "picked up 'a, little" during the more than had registered the the property holders. Mines

connection with the market I Long, who has been fighting past week, but the total number previous week in these two precincts The road board memoers also TuesdayThe
of the courthouse.
Bullington, president
the governor's program, said'thai signed up is still a very small percentage ,. pointed out that this is, in effect -
I Chamber of Commerce, this week Robert J. Lancraft,
here.Other community
he is pleased to know that,he is : of the county's freehold- It is believed that the not state funds, but funds
recommendations were in'the petitions Du Pont Company of Wilmington
urged ,everyone interested service specialist with the Indus -
ers which the
Mrs. Marian
Crosby, of the
; lot alone in his opposition' to the super- which have been county
that berries be government Inspected circulating to Delaware will take
future of the county to attend a trial Service Division of the FlorIda visor of registration, said this will have to back over
in future
J that sales begin promptly [ meeting Monday night at which Develoment Commission will 100 per cent valuation plan. week. gain the required 25 per cent of years. operation of the Trail Ridge and

at 11 a. m., and that the auc- : for to at- the registered have acquired the Highland flmenite mining plants
i preparations a be
program special guest at the meeting. It's possible that freeholders In the resolution, the Commis- '
tion system of selling ) 'used for necessary number of names, Mor-
will be near Starke on Tuesday, Feb. 18.
I tract industry to area Bullington said that Lancraft Brown sioners promised that the
strawberry sales Edwards will, only have until Saturday in gan said but the exact numberof money
That will mark
the of
discussed.The will discuss the actions which the which to register though a meetInoofltie.School signers\' ll not be known would be paid back to the state
Several growers and buyers who meeting will begin at 7:30 residents of Bradford County will Board has been til un- from funds received from the the company's ten-year contract
they are returned and totaled.
have had experience with the 24- p.m. in the courtroom of the need to make to' lay the ground- scheduled for Saturday morning They fifth and sixth cent gas tax with HumphreysGold, Corpora-
Innocent are expected to be in in
pint crate spoke in its favor, say- tion who'constructed
work for a program designed to t-which they may decide to hold time for the board meeting Satur- I money after the $1,300,000 bond the plants
ing that it was much easier to I issue which and operated them for the Du
I Auto Sales attract industry here. l the books open a while longer. these funds are now
handle, and that, berries reached Tag I day.Proponents being used to Pont Company until the change.
the market in a much better condition 1 Among the projects to be dis- Pleas of not guilty were entered The special meeting has been of the bond issue :. pay off is refinanced -

because there ,was less ;: cussed will be a labor survey, Friday before Federal Judge Bryan -!called to discuss the registration were seeking to gain 900 names I This $1,300,000 issue will over.At the same time it was announced

danger of mashing .in' the smaller Enter Last Week which when completed will give Simpson by Fate Brown and and carry ,out some formal procedures on .the petitions. ,,callable and can be refinanced'in be from Wilmington that
crate. I prospective industries information Maurice Edwards Jr., two' of the ,in connection with the Mrs. Crosby reminded freeholders Charles R. _
November- 1959 Hager, formerly assistant -
about the number three Bradford bond ..election. that they must ,
'I sex, age and County men under I bring proofof
The only objection expressed to The Commissioners are manager at the Baltimore
the 24-pint crate was that it With only one week remaining skills of the labor potential in the indictment on 'federal moonshine : The main:item to transact will property ownership, either a to have the, preliminaries pushing pigments plant, has been promotedto
charges which resulted, from investigations be deed or tax receipt, when completed -
county. of resolution
theadoption a I
before the deadline for
would cost about the same to put renewing so that 'the contracts 'forNew manager of the,Trail Ridge and
vehicle Tax CollectorJ. said that the Development and arrests last July, ,lUtlining the Board's plans concerning register. She also pointed out that
up a crate of berries in the small i motor tags, Bullington Highlands operations. He hasbeenn
R. 'reportedthat Commission, has listed ..and August the ,bond issue; a resolution many cf the people have the mis- .,
crate as it does)to'jputup the' Kellr: yesterday Election Laws with-the- company- since
'Blade':Hampt&a"tKe 'to{ := taken belief tbat',8 'certain
be forwarded Tallahas per ,
present ,3 -pnt{ pack.iTowcver/ more than" half"of 1he"tagsare several industries "hicli "nave ; 1935, and Jsnow residing'a
third under hid centage of the freeholders"must
man ,< see with the petitions requestingthe
those who have had the "experience yet to te sold. shown interest In establishing) in c Orange park. '
previously pleaded innocent when election..: register before an election can be Keep'Spring Quiet
with the .smaller' crate The overall"tag sales are run- this section of the state: The The two mines, which recently;
was'arraigned in November. held, and therefore are refusingto
maintained that the better, condition -,ning slightly ahead of last meeting Monday is designed to inform School Supt. Harmon Morgan announced a cut-back due to a
of fruit reaching the mar- however, Kelly said. the leaders and people of .the The three,were indicted by the said. that the election to gain approval register in'order to defeat the It will ,be a quiet spring slackening of demand by the government
federal grand jury in September, issue.
ket and other advantages would county on the proper ways to approach for a $450,000 bbnd issueto politically speaking.. for titanium metal, are
I t I
Basing his estimates on lastyear's but arraignment of Brown and This is not true, she said. Instead -
school Bradford
more than offset any slight in- :,. the industries and pre help finance a construction Countians will elect operating on a five-day week ((24
sales said that about to the smaller
; Kelly Edwards was postponed give the number two
crease in cost. It was also brought pare for them,Bullington said. and renovation program has County Commissioners, three hours a day]-being shut down now
5,200 tags will be sold this year. their attorneys time to ,file ad- received informal sanction of the that registers, the smaller will be School Board members
Starke is the only berry and a
out that on Saturdays and Until
If such a is entered( into Sundays.
Sales of all classifications so far program .. ditional motions. the number required to decide the State
State Board of Education. But to Representative this
market still using the 36 pint year, the recent cut-back, the Trail
': total 2,240 he reported. Last year Bullington'lIaid, the Development Assistant U. S. District Attorney gain official approval the local issue. but actual voting won't come until
crate. had
I I at this time 2,182 tags had been Commission will cooperate E:.- Coleman Madsen said that the board must follow the formal next fall. Ridge plant operated around
These recommendations will be with the county in such ways as attacking Sheriff's Office the clock, seven days'a week, since
; sold. attorneys have filed motions -
The last
steps of passing the resolution.The Legislature passed laws
presented to the next general| helping to train the labor force the sufficiency of the in- its establishment ten years ago.
!I ,Deadline for the expiration of date for the election Serves WarrantOn I changing the dates of Florida'sprimaries
in can-
meeting of growers to be held ] for the particular type of industry. dictments but the motions have The two mines currently have
the 1957 is Feb. from May until
Feb. _tags midnight on not be set until the state board September. 300
the courthouse on Friday, some employees, with a pay-
Other aspects of preparationsfor not yet been argued. Leroy CollinsLeroy Voters, accustomed to
20. Kelly said that he plans to has given their.official okay to havinga roll of around $30,000 week.
21. keep the tax collector's office industry to ;be discussed will Brown, who was a deputy sher- the project. little politics to liven things up per
Ralph B. Alvarez, assistant director be surveys of the economic, and iff at the time of ,his arrest, is Collins and the Bradford in the spring, might find the Ilmenite, a heavy black sand, is
open as as necessary to ac In north and south Starke, 550Woman's
Markets, used by Du Pont in manufacturing
of State Farmers commodate tag buyers on Wed resource potentials of'the county. represented by Scruggs & ,Car- County sheriff's office tangled change hard to get used to. -
met with the committee' Friday michael of Gainesville. Edwards: this week, but unlike the recent The two County Commissionseats its line of Ti-Pure titanium
and Thursday
nesday evenings Club
and stated that a full-time man- a farmer is represented bY attorney situation in neighboring Duval up for election this year are: dioxide pigments, and as the raw

ager would be provided for the.I next week. Rotarians To Fete Art Boone of Jacksonville.Trial County, the sheriff's office had I District 2, now filled by E. L. material for titanium 'metal. Titanium -

Starke market if growers in the The trend of sales so tar still date in the cases has not Conducts Drive the upper hand. Crawford; and District 5, cur- dioxide, the whitest and

'area would indicate their intention shows the plain tags lagging behind Scouts TonightAt yet been set. Madsen said that the : In the Bradford County case, I rently held by Mrs Jessie Chas- best white pigment known ia

'of planting enough produce to I last year while sales of tags next "possible" time that they For Heart Fund however, the Leroy Collins involved used in the manufacture of paint,

assure a sufficient volume and i i for heavier cars ("w" and "ww" BurgerFry could be tried would be in the wasn't the governor but a tain.Places on the School Board to plastics, paper, and other prod

wculd pledge their cooperationand 1 are ahead of last year. term to be held in April or May. For the third consecutive yearthe Lincoln City Negro. be decided will be: District 1, D. ucts.The

support of the market here. | As of yesterday, 1,242 plain National Boy Scout Week will Nine other arrests were mad Starke Woman's Club willconduct The sheriff's dffice served a W. Starling incumbent; District Trail Ridge and Highland

County Agent'O. T. Hugginswas tags had been sold this year, while as a result of the investigationswhich :the annual Heart Fund warrant on Collins charging him 2. H. A. Lawson incumbent; and operations have been the only

instructed to prepare and 1,277 had been, sold on the same be highlighted tonight (Thursday) touched off the charges campaign: locally. with being drunk and disturbing District 5, E. A. Sapp incumbent. ones of DuPont's 75 plants not

mail out a form on which grow- date:! last year. Sales of "w" tagshad I when the, Starke Rotary Club entertains against Brown, Edwards ( and the peace by fighting. The same The post of State Representative operated- directly by the company.

ers in this area can indicate the reached 448 yesterday, as I members of Troop 70 Slade but their cases were the only The drive, which began Feb. 1, charge was also placed against which will also be on the Because: of the peed for closer

acreage of various crops they in- compared to 337 on the same date i with a hamburger .fry at the ones in which evidence was presented will .continue through Feb. 28. Nathaniel Carter and bonds for brief, off-year election ballot, is I integration with other Du Pont

tend to grow this spring. By now in 1957. Scout hut on West Pratt St.. In to the grand jury. The campaign is nationwide andwill each man were set at $110. currently filled by Doyle E. Con- Company operations and for economic

these forms are In the hands of Fourteen 4xw" tags for very case of rain, the event will be Brown and Edwards are charged reach its high point on Heart Deputy Sheriff Riley Sweat said ner, speaker of the 1957 House of reasons, the company

growers, and they .are urged to heavy automobiles had been sold held in the elementary school I with possessing 75 gallons of Sunday, Feb.: 23, with a door-to- that the fracas occurred Saturday Representatives.The plans to operate both plants hers

return them as soon' as possible.The by yesterday as compared to foul' cafetorium. moonshine last May 22 and Sladeis door collection carried on by club I afternoon in Lincoln City. Collins first primary will be ,held on a permanent basis.

decision of whether or not on the same date the year before, charged with possessing 25 members and volunteers assisted I accused Carter of I chasing him Sept. 9 and the second on Sept. Humphreys Gold Corporation

to put a full-time manager at the More tags have been sold foi, A feature of the party will be;I gallons on May 28 and 60 gal- by the Little"Women. with a rifle, Sweat said. 30. [Continued on Page 41

market will likely hinge on -the small cars, too, this year than last. the presentation to the Troop of[. on May 29.Nurses Mrs. James Lewis health chair,f ,

response to this crop question Yesterday's report showed'that 2E a 99 year lease from the City of I man of.jthe; Woman's Club, will I

nacre so the importance of returning of the "t" tags for small cars had I Starke to the property on which I MeetA be in charge of the campaign, assisted Cub Scouts Hold Blue And Gold Banquet

it promptly cannot be been sold as compared to 15 0 n]l the Scout hut is located. by her: co-chairman Mrs

overemphasized.The ., the same date last year. L. Hillendahl, chairman of the meeting of registered nurses J. M. Vickers.

next meeting will be a I In the truck class this year, 2] Troop Committee, Is heading up has been scheduled for 8 p.m., According to the chairman an

general meeting to be held-in the "gh" tags have been sold, 30 Ig I II arrangements for the supper and Thursday Feb. 20, at the hospital. estimated' million Americana

courthouse Friday night, Feb. 21. "gk" tags, 70 "cv" tags and 11(I announces that all food and drinks All registered nurses (in the suffer with 'some form of heart

All growers, buyers and businessmen .-y" (trailer) tags. For last,, yea for the event have been donated county are asked to attend as and blood vessel disease which

interested in the continued lat the same date the figure rs i by local businesses. plans will be discussed to organizea cause more deaths in the nation

operation of the market here are were, 32 "gh" tags, 345 "gk" tags, The Rotary Club serves as the district nurses group for Brad- and in the, community' than all]

urged to attend. S2 "cv"'tags and 90. 4V tags. sponsoring group _for Troop 70. ford County. other causes combined. More thai:
!- 500,000 victims are children.
Town Cage Team i Funds raised locally through:

Runner-Up In Tourney -1958 Heart< Fund drive will be y R
used here to support the researcheeducation r
Slates 2 Tilts
,and community servici

(The Starke Independent Bask- BHS Eyes Last Home Tilt program 4si sRecreations t 4 y.5 i

etball Wm has scheduled ,two.. .

home,games this week, both to be
will be the last vie Sadler and Liven- Discussed Panel
played in the high school gym Friday night Beach named Hobbs. By
starting at 8 p.m. chance local fans will have to see Court action last weekend saw good of P. K., Wells of Santa Fe

the Tornadoes in action on their the Tornadoes win the runner-up and Tym of Bolles. Community needs in field of recreation
(Thursday) the Inde- -'
the Florida home floor this season. Both girls trophy in the Keystone Confer- In an after tourney game Tuesday were discussed at Mon

pendents State Forest are playing Service team from and boys A squad will face Green ence Tournament Green Cove night the locals traveled to day's luncheon meeting of the L'Cub Scout Pack 307 celebrated entations., howl! Mike_Chitty. ,Paul Kauff- I

Cove Springs in a return match Springs. P. K., Yonge of Gaines- Fernandina and captured a 59- Bradford County Children's Committee its first birthday ana we t
Lake City, and ,Saturday night and the regular scheduled sea- ville whipped the Tornadoes in 50 victory. Femandina's Pirates, by Mayor W. ,T.. Jackson. anniversary of scouting at_the an- a song period, a poem by Den Stevie Hedgecock Stephen Pre-

they will take on the Green Cove son will end next week as the the final game; 49-39 for their stayed within close' range of the In the general ,discussion that nual Blue and Gold Banquet held 1,, the "Americanism 'Story" pre- vatt, Joe, Sherwood Franklin

Springs Indepedents. Tornadoes meet Santa Fe and third win over the locals this sea- Tornadoes throughout the first, followed Mayor Jackson's talk it Friday night in the elementary sented by Dens 1 through 3, and Hardy, Edward Jackson. Frank

'ISO far' the locals have lost Bolles away from home., son. P. K. has been the only teamto half, but the locals pulled away was stressed that all groups in the school cafetorium. monthly reports given by Dens 1 Goulsby. Joe Gardner; [third
three games: to Macclenny-,- 39- The only action left after those top the-Tornadoes this season. to'a safe 4S-361ead'at the end of', city currently working on recreation About' 125 cub scouts and par- through 4.Awards row] Wayne Chitty, Duane Jor-

32; to Green Cove, 61-45:; and to two games will bj the District m The Bradford boys advanced to three periods. projects should coordinate ents enjoyed the dinner and pro- were presented by Cub- dan, Mike Drew Randy -Jayner.

Gainesville 7050. Group Tourney to select a winnerto the finals ,by beating Santa Fe, Jim Hobbs scored 17 points for their efforts with the city's gram: Highlight of the programwas master A.' L. Crosby Jr. Michael Deverick,' Ronald Soto,
Currently playing on the team go to the state meet. 57-51. newly appointed recreation com- the presentation of the Members of Cub Pack 307 Jeffry Jackson, Ronald Tomlin-

are:,Townsend Strickland, f: Paul The Tornadoes were seeded No. Jim Hobbs led the Tornadoes in high, scorer, but Armand Rivers mittee., charter to the pack and presen- pictured are [first row, 1-rJ son, Danny Cowen, Stephen

Rivers; c; Frank Dryden c; Glenn 2 in the group, behind Bishop scoring in both conference games was close behind, with 16 points Preceding Mayor Jackson's dis- tation of membership cards to cub Wayne Blakenship Robert Starling Bradley and Robert Soto.

Reddish, g; John Kopelousos. g; Kenny of Jacksonville and will with 14 points against Santa Fe and 'Curtis'McGee had H. cussion, a was made by scouts, den mothers and the pack Wayne Gunter, Roger Tet- In back is Henry 'Bradley, den
David Bristow. g; Arthur Winkler, meet the winner of the Fernandi- and 15 points against P. K.'Yonge. The Bradford Junior varsitylost Murdoct Martin of Tallahassee committee. Paul Horton, Neigh- stone, Wayne Wynn Dale Crosby, chief.

f; Dewayne Elder, g; A. Q.: Smith' na-Fletcher game on Thursday,, An all-tournament team selected to Fern&ndina 55-tS -despite, field representative with the Chil- borhood Commissioner of the Danny Green, Gary Harris, Jaines Cub Pack 307 Is sponsored by

L. Feb. 27, at 3:30: p m. .at Jackson, by the Gainesville Daily Sun 26 points scored by fickle Dixon. dren's Commission. Alachua District, made the pres- Manny Tommy Lyons [second the Presbyterian Church, ..


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editorial : Farmer's DiaryBy f


Better Check --a Your Name Sam MeGarvr y.y:, .. SPECTACULAR FO'. *%. u, //'I. EVENlt '

the troubles that have knocked .
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Might ''BE On The List the down-state growers out of one .. -" '- '

crop and threaten the second one..

The attention of our readers is called to a list make a real chance for growers "'
Short Shank 'WhleFuly
\ "SuperrRight" Half! or
here to cash in. .
vfcf:several hundred .names appearing elsewhere in f.'w #* *? -t
'this-issue of The Telegraph. These are the natnesbf
-. .
Due to the cold weather the !
Bradford County citizens who did not vote in ,. C
berries coming
along slowly.
.. are
any election in the year'1956 and whose names, J ,.-tW' Howeverlet's hope the season ,

.in accordance with Florida law, will be removed The new Market Advisory Com- will be just right for our berry HAMS .. 45
from the registration books unless they notify mittee had.a good meeting this growers and that it will warm up LB''L' '

the Supervisor of Registration immediately that past week at the courthouse, and and the plants win produce "a '... >,.."." -' .
it looks now as 1 if there will be aNew big one" that will help! to make
they are still alive and residing in the countyand ... .
Deal as far as the market is' up for. some losses in recent years. -
entitled to vote. ._ ..
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concerned. There is little doubt a a aBut -- -- '

No doubt, some -on' this list are the names of but that there has been fault on we'll all have to keep our _

.personswho' have moVed from the county and the part of all concerned but that fingers crossed about the weather. _-.- _.- . .- ....,, .._. .. .!+., ... ,

'are no longer entitled to vote here; but, on the Is history now and if all will pull Hear that the Indians down state Half. "
other hand, many of them are doubtless the together and stick with the mar- have been gathering all the wood I Fla. "Super-Right" or
ket It ought to grow and'help the they can in preparation for an- '
'names of ,who for one reason or another
failed to vote persons in 1956, but who are still residentsof farmers to"prosper.. other Big Freeze, which they pre- FRYERSA I l Ib
the county and will be wanting to cast their Main thing for the growers to dict hope is they coming are wrong this month., because Sure if il E PORK :

,ballot in some future election.All. do to show their good faith, is to there Is another freeze this sea-
Dressed and Drawn 2 to 3 Ib .
.of these persons have been notified by the get the Questionnaire filled out son a lot' of folks will be giving f '. ., ,. _...._ _... ,
Average --
Supervisor of Registration, and provided with a and returned promptly to County the land back to the Indians; [especially I ll

self-addressed, return postcard requiring only Agent George Huggins. Accordingto Miami. I lb .
o 'r
the at the '
speakers meeting 470
their signature to notify the supervisor that "Super-Right".Western.
that.will be the first step in get- Poster'Shi Smith has the rep- I ,
they still residents of Bradford and
are County ting the market and if Soil Conservation
organized utation at the '
eligible to ;vote. Through negligence, many of enough stuff is planted around meetings of telling the biggest PORK CHOPS center-cut. IbAllgood 83c

them have failed to return these cards and now, here, there will be a FULL TIME '"whoppers," so last week when .. ;

:according to Florida law, must have their names MARKET MANAGER accordingto Poster was absent because of a Swanson Beef, ;Turkey

removed from the' list of qualified voters unless Ralph Alvarez. cold, Sam tried to take over. He ..

they notify the supervisor at once. a a told them about 15 foot high corn
Spoke to Russell Green of raised over in Columbia County, TV DINNERS
We strongly recommend that all of read.
our Brocket who said he Is planting a and then J. B. White went into ,, Brand Sugar-Cured
ers check this list carefully to see if it contains crop of Irish potatoes this season, action. He told of corn-cob-pipe-

YOur, name the name of some memoer of your' and that there are quite a few com raised in Missouri that grew each

family, dr sohie relative 1 or friend. If you -seesumeone's over that way who are also tryinga 18 feet high and that, of. course, 19c SLICED BACON 1.alb'p 1 55c''

name'that you know i is still residing crop of "spuds" this year. put our puny Columbia County

in the county, you will be doing a great service a e corn to shame... ;' "

If ypujiall his or her attention to the fact incidentally, spoke to Ralph S :
Alvarez after the market meeting Next Sam told of .the Graves -, ,
-- -
In doing so,,you may prevent him:frohi losing list Friday'night and he said that Dairy having three sets of. twin

his right to vote in the ;forthcoming primariesand because of the freezes and floods calves born there in two years, EASTERN WINESAPApples

'gen ral election this fall. down state, the growers there are and thought that would stop Mr.

And there is another matter in connection with planting another crop this weekin "Missouri" White dead in his ..
,'Ctingthat requires the attention of citizens an effort to get at least one tracks. But J..B. came right back,. C
this year before the hot weather with a Guernsey cow in that
'" ;
'epecially"freeholders in the This Saturday BAS
county. 4 39
catches up with them country, which brought FIVE:
,Feb. 15, is the deadline for reregisteringas CALVES, and raised all five of

freeholder lo be eligible to vote in the forthcoming He said that their troubles'this them. ,

school bond election. year give the growers 'around __

SO'far, less than twenty per cent bf the free- here the chance of a lifetime to .A lot of you folks ought? ..attend .,, , the county have,taken the trouble'to really cash in. He said that South the Soil Conservation meet-

register, .and only a few hours remain in whichto Florida growers are shooting fortwo ings. We have a lot of fun and -

do so. It, has been reported on several occasions weeks' picking, and if this the stories that are told give a.* Texas Crisp
'section comes in at just the right
thai some freeholders have refrained fr Ilregistering. time, around here lot of exercise to your Imagin ,
in the mistaken belief that their hit it right. anon And next meetingih :King' C

failure to do sd might'' "defeat" the bond issue. of the Liars Club Foster;;,Shi. will, G'

Nothing'could be. farther from the-truth. It J. R. Wainwright also made the be on hand, but we doubt) if he : CarT-ots 1 BL 10

matters not how 'freeholders are registered, same prediction. He agreed that can beat 'J. B.'s five calves, ...

the law requires that only'one over fifty per cent .

of those actually registered must vote in order IN MEMORIAM torney) with the Clerk'of said 'Court, '
your answer or other defenses, if-'nyy
to make the election legal. to the Complaint in said suit, on 'or '
'BAT'l'EN-In loving memory of before the said 3rd day'of March
?.A,light registration would mean, however, that .our dear mother and grandmother 1958, and it the same time serve a _.

the .outcome would not' be a true expression of Effin Gertrude, Batten, who copy INS thereof 224: S. upon W. 2nd JENKINS Avenue It.JBXK--Gaines .
the will of a majority of freeholders in the county died Feb. 2, 1957. ville. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff.

That should riot be allowed to happen, but The evening star shines over i 1will HEREIN be entered FAIL against NOT. you or Judgment by de- -Jb bag L

the only way It tan be prevented is for free the grave of one we 'loved but fault..THE_'BRADFORD_ COUNTY'TELEGRAPH !' 'ORANGES.Slb.bag 39c GRAPEFRUIT .8 39c I

holders to take their responsibilities seriously could not save: God took her newspaper of general dr- I

and register between now'and the deadline at 5 homeit was His will. But in i filiation la hereby in designated Bradford; the Florida newspaper -
p.m.. Saturday. our hearts we love her still. in 'which this. Drtt'e! shall bepublh.hed -
fiereaved Children and Grand once a week for four publij ,
We sincerely hope that it tan never be said children. cations prior to said 3rd day of
1hat the. school bond election was lost March. A.: D. 1958.
won or by
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the whim' of a mere handful of voters. said Court at Starke Bradford County. -J" ,
OTICE TO DEFEND: Florida, this 25 day of January
Ia C lrC'GI& c..rt, BradfG Coat,. A. D., 1J58. '
HorUla: IB Cham-fry. (OFFICIAL SEAL) ','
Cause for RejoicingHeartening Dan R. Chicheuter. Plaintiff. vs. Charles A. Darby as Clerk of saidCircuit .' .... .. .
Rosalie Chichester; Defendant Court. :
Case So. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
news 'that !should provide a shot Xctiee T. ::Appear Jenkins & Jenkins 8-INCH
ln the arm 'for-our local economy came in this dente To: Js Rosalie New York.Chlchel N. oGainesville
week's announcement that the State Road' Department Station address Is New P. York O. Box N.158 Y., Wall Street Florida 1131 -ft 211 Apple EACH

has agreed to lend Bradford County You are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce _
the funds with which to' purchase right-of-way
against you in dh
for the improvement,,program on U. S. 301, northof above named Court and cause an

Starke 'the county line. you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com o H .GIT If I- .. ..' .

,With this announcement, the last stumbling plaint Attorney on the J. Plaintiff's Donald Gibson. 10

block in the path of.this all-important.project has. lOA Rmith Building, Jacksonville 2, Flu Crestmont Delightful Vanilla, Chocolate' or Strawberry -

been removed and ajl 1 parties concerned are reported and file! the original In the office
ready' to move "full speed ahead." the Clerk of the Circuit Court .on or o GAL

'While'the county\ is'now assured of money for otherwise before the the j allegations day of March of said 1958 Complaint -; I 'AH [A 0 : : i

the purchase: of rights-of-way, it should constantly you. will be taken as 'confessed by ICE CREAM CTH :- ,69C
be This notice 'sball'be Dublished
kept. in mind that this is in no way a week for four consecutive) : weeks Onl'tJach : : : ,
"grant". ,from the.Road Department. .It must-be) to the Bradford County Telegraph. .
Dated this 21 day of January i9:;8. WITH ABILL
paid back ;
-?everydime by, the county in OFFICIAL SEAL)
cold, hard cash;. Property owners should bear Circuit.Charles Court.!! A. Darby Clerk- of the

this in :mind during, future negotiations, and we By Marian I*.Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
feel confident .that most of them 'will. 1130 4t 2120 JANE,PARKER LIGHT TENDER

In the b arttime,''there can ber nothing but rejoicing la Eighth The Clrcalt JldicUl Court flrcolt.ef la FUrMa.Aad I

oir all :fronts that the right-of-way prob- I'n Bradford Cviatjr, U Chtactrr.: .
lem is well on the to solution.' AMANDA BLACKBURN LARGE 'CI
way And would 'a widow for her own use
and benefit and I the-, Use Food .
certainly seem .iri order to
: express appreciation and benefit of her grantees Angel
to our district Roa4 Board member, Earl Powersof Plaintiff by warranty deed CLEANUPLOANS : RIHG
Gainesville, for the wry fine assistance he has 15. QUIET TITLE
given during the ttAhY SMITH, et aJ.
negotiations that have. how I
ended so happily, for all concerned.Ttort Defendants.NOTICE OF SUIT .
To: -
MARY SMITH uy and all n n-
;Editorial'We' known heirs at law or devisees of '
. : JULIA C, PITCH, deceased MARY large size for ; ,
BARLOW and any and all u n- IVORY SOAP 2 31C -- ,
known heirs at law or devisees of ,
you too have wondered how the edi- JOHN! C. STOUGHTOX.! deceased J.
Ann Rich
torial "we" S. 'BENNETT. JOHN S. BENNETTand Page Creamy
was :born.
wife CARRIE B. BENNETT ,personalize; for
?According to one authority, 'twas like this: HASKELL' G. REMBERT and HAYNES IVORY SOAP 4 25
co-partners doing
iBack in the stone age a fearless editor had 'business under the firm name -an d '

echiseled JjbuJIy.of. the tribe. After closing time the irate known spouses of each of the above .
named ,
it living .and if $
feblllly :cnme howling down with a big club, beat dead their.respective tmkitAwiFepousw. -
'ion the atone door heirs.-devisees, grantees or assigns: 600 Nabisco' Ib box I I
the editor's cave, and shout- THE .'U>RID.L.'D AND IMMI GRAHAMS Honey j 33c
::4dr'Whoever wrote. that piece about me,, come GRATION COMPANY, aim known as JarDOG
Florida Land and .Immigration. Company .Q 49
tout beret"
: of Florida. .an> expired Florida ,.
'The Corporation.its unknown grant*, Detergent regular size .
quaking shouted back: "JCeep your taucceesors and assigns and any and all TIDE 33
tbeanikin.oni.',:We'll.l> a minute." by'ttitwi8h.tmTJr w against any of
The bully, thinking that a gang of editors was the above named defendants; and f I '
i about to emerge, beat a hasty retreat through the any and all unkown, p f>nmns or parties "Folks Find .Us Friendly :JOY .Liquid Suds ,12 OZ an'39c. .
claiming any right title pr interest
.. ,
-underbrush.And In and to the following describediaiufo I -
in Bradford County. Florida.
that, dear friends and gentle readers, is vlx' :: LOCAL j FINANCE I Cleanser lIb Ann. Elbow
goOdan explanation The- Southeast wwrter of the Southeast SPIC SPAN ,-reg. 27c Page
fas aSyou're likely to find. quarter (SE 1-4 nf SE 1-1) of ';. 'to. I _
"We" cnly regret: that readers rtlon Fourteen (ll). T.rwm-l lP
today jiot
; : are FIIS V South Rune TwentytwoJt J' .
!o easily .fouled as 'they )Were. back in the stone ( ) Kat lying r West of the rieht :A -FOOD RedHeart 15C
of way of Seaboard Air Line Rail- : COMPANY '
age. .. mad. loss!! 'the rights nf way of 9 1'nw' Mtt'CAR0,11muks I I
tate Highway Xo. S-125 and C S. X; : I

... -TU RAbhty ID'CQUNW Th GRAPH YOU Hlehw ARR T No.HEREBY Sfll: NOTIFIED I 'Prices in. this ad effective' through.S q y 15
that a unit'ne filed" against yrnin 114 N. Walnut St.. .
ST.70 1 the .Cfifult. Court I\f BradfordCrtinty. rL
:/lPk'DA'i, buoerr WEEKLY ..Mew* : Florida, in Chanrerr. in : J 412 Call < -
which ttm Xalntlff Riae ,Streetx 1
TAPER'. jl"UltLmtm.t'ON'nNOtt..1' burn a widow seek Aman.1i to quiet title k(3 Doors from Post Office ). ... I Ito 3S'c'
UNDER Taft, AYrt ATHtJ. the above d wrfbex1\ lands for her own I
Starke Florida
use and benefit and .for the use and loa ,. ,
Y.y AY4.i{, benefit of., her grantees by warranty Phones 580 landlist" _il.b'. : :" 'I
p $pglN m 'EE. TNt/A#' 4 tN (!g aiesolaeStu.. tlp..d. .. '
MATTER AT THE POST CWCEACT ,... n nUKL FLORIDA,.UNDER March S, 115! is the return day ofIhH -- : J J.f
'U'I Of MARCH So .
Xl tk'l' and you are hereby re- ,
quire4 to file (personally or br at- -- --- --- -- .--:.. ;;:-



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'YYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYLAWTEY Markham, Gainesville.. ..yYYYY..Y.Y.YYYYY.YYY, TlCLAY TYTTVTYYYYl YYYYYYYY which refreshments were served day __ \ f' 6 .6.6 16.6 II ,-- r
E- Visitors at the W. J. Green to, Mesdames Doss Higginbotham., Mr. and Mrs. R.. M. Cadell 1'e' -

home on Sunday were Mr. and HILL MAXVILLEEy Lacey .Griffis. Buford ,Higginbot- turned Friday after ependiiis 1 .e Home Demonstration

Mrs. Bill Pond of Live Oak Mr. ham H.'R.-Kilgore, Loretta Connor their vacation in West Florida arid

and Mrs. W. K. Green and Jimmy Juanita Connor D. B. Grif, Macclenny with relatives. JSifi Notes
: Aj Bin. Joyce T. Votch by Din 1. L Strickland s4 Mr; (L B. Solan {
King of 'Jacksonville. f>s, John North E.-Wellhausen n, Mrs, Maurice, Prevatt, Miss

ttl s' Mr. and .Mrs. Ernest Souther- &&&&&&&& .6 VVVVVVVVVVVYYVVVVVVVVVYWFriends Evelyn Griffis, Waver Griffis,, Loedeth Griffjs, Miss Judy Hai byDOROTHY

Mrs.' Sense Prevatt had as Sunday land of Lake Butler spent Sunday Shirley Smith, daughter of Mr. .of_ Joe rPadgett;,will'.regret Oscar Harris Ruby Durrance, rell. and Miss Wanda Faye Shad z ROSS

.afternoon guests at a prayer with Mr. 'and Mrs. Rowell Pre and Mrs. Homer Smith., and Bil- to learn that he has been Leslie Sweat. H, L. Browning D. were in. 'Jacksonville Sunday /f Home Demonstration Agent

Service Rev. Harvey Lane of Mid- vatt and family lie Joe Riley went to Folkston, quite 01 and had to miss 'work J. Fairish; and ,Clifton Nolan and afternoon..
Mrs. Susie Prevatt. the Wilbur ; : Outlook For Family Living in 1958 cream. Line pan with pie crust.
d{ burg. Rev. George Chasm of Ga. on Feb 1, and we e unitedin recently, to Misses Alene Sweat Karen ''Mrs. A. W. Douglas Mr. and
Bells and as It that the Brush
the Jim Baxleys had appears econcmy unbaked pie crust with
Mon1 c. Ga., Mr and Mrs. J. C. marriage. Shirley well knownin Griffis Evelyn Coleman, Jewe 1 Mrs. James Douglas.and children,
Mrs. Florence Harris is still
: nation
guests during the weekend Clyde will be stable at the egg whites before putting custardin.
Moody:and Mrs. J. H. Surrency of this section as she and her North Shirley Higginbotham, and and Joe Green of Palatka. Road
pa confined to her'bed under an of the .
Prevatt'of.Moultrie, Ga., and Mr. oxygen beginning new year, with This prevents custard from
Graham. Frank Herndon and Ab rents lived at Highland for several Patty Parrish. visited the Sherman Crosbys Sun-
and Mrs.Rufus Prevatt and hope that she employment up and wages about soaking in and making crust:
Norman and daughter of Highland years, and all know her to be a be Mr.: and Mrs. Cecil Brown of day afternoon. the .
daughter of Jacksonville. will soon well again. same as in 1957. Women continue soggy. Pour in pumpkin mixture
and several Lawtey friends sweet, modest, Christian Daytona Beach and Mrs. Hattie
girL We Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kirtinger
Mr. and out of the hcme to and start
Mrs. Virgil Griffis of Mrs. Ella Carter became quite go baking in 450 degree
and relatives. Rev. Lane will conduct understand that Billie is Christ- Nolan and Miss Parrish and
a : Patty son Rodney, visited his
pa- work
.making about 33 Bake
Jacksonville announce the arrivalof ill and had'to be rushed to the up per oven. for 10 minutes then
a prayer service at the Pre.v'tthome ian boy. We feel that this mar- visited Sunday* afternoon with rents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kirt- cent of the labor force. Women lower temperature
a daughter, Angela Sue, in a Orange Park hospital last Friday to 375 degrees
:; next Sunday afternoonat Palatka hospital on Sunday. Mrs. riage will be one that, will last, morning. Last. reports are that Mrs.. Ella Carter on Clay HilL singer Sr. in Panama City ,and working away frcm home presentsa and bake till custard is set; When

-3 o'clock. Everyone is invited. Griffis is the former June Wilkerson even though these two are young. she is improving'slowly.. Mr. and 'Mrs. Franklin Higgin Mrs. Kirtsinger's parents. Mr. two-sided picture. First the ad- custard begins to set, sprinkle

:Charlie Garrett celebrated his daughter of Mrs. Nellie Wil- Shirley 16 years old and Billie botham and family of Jacksonville and Mrs. D. R. Ray in Chatta- ded income increases the buying one-half cup of shredded coconut
68th birthday anniversary with a 19. They are living in Dover. We Friends of-Mutt Harris will be hoochee from Friday to Sunday.
kerson.Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Faulk of Valdosta power family and helps up- over top.,
dinner at'the home of his son-in- wish this young couple all of the interested to:learn that he is now .
.-.and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Ga. were guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche and son, Fred grade the scale of living; on the Crops To' Plant
law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. happiness, propserity and bless- stationed 'at Fort Knox, Ky. -
returned home Ga. other
DoSs' from Albany hand the
Mrs. employment
David were in Jacksonville on Higinbothanr Saturday Feb. 15 to Mareh 1 is the time
Guy Futch. Guests present wereML ings God can see fit to give them.It Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mr.'and night after'a visit with her soninlawand brings on problems in
for to the
Sunday a vVt with Mr. and plant follcwing vegetablesin
; and Mrs. Johnny Crews Mr. seems that someone has a Nolan and Bob- Mr.. J
Mrs. Mrs. Clifton son, daughter : ,and Mrs.aDonaid operating the home especially your
P. S. Seaver. Mrs. P Garrett.left last week home garden. Lima beans,
and Owen spite at the
Mrs. MacStephison, Long Branch Church visited Mrs. Ella Carter at the
by, Turnage. rearing children, and ad-
means beets
and Mrs John Woye of Jacksonville Mrs Hattie -Jones and son of or,, at least they can never, get Park'hospital for a visit'wit1 her husband Paul ditional carrots, cauliflower, collards -
; Mr. and Mrs.-Johnny Craw- Fort Lauderdale spent Wednesdaywith through doing things'of contemptand Orange Friday Garrett who is stationed for' a Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews were income tax. mustard, radish turnip
the D. A. Jones' night called to Miami Friday due to the For several years the food bill and
family.Mr. corn.
time at Alameda Calif.
ford of Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. meaness to the church. Sunday ;
and Mrs. Earl Prevatt visited Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Bob Nolan and illness of her brother, E. HI: Clemens has taken about one-fourth of the When transplanting
buy rigor
Leon Sauls and family of Hampton night, Feb. .2. after church The St John's! River Confer-
their new granddaughter little son, Robert, Mr. and.Mrs. Henry They returned home' Sun average family's income. Food ous, disease-free: plants or grow
:and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Priest services when all of the Basketball
'people ence Tournament will
rose about 4
Miss Sarah Elizabeth Converse, Johnson-and'. Eric Prevatt of Se- per cent dur- your own at home. Set plants
rf'Starke.lif. had gone home, someone went.,to be. held at the Baldwin Highs day.Mrs.
ing 1957
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil .and this trend is likely
daughter of after
Mr and Mrs. Eugene J. G. Caldwell attended a soon 'a rain when cloudy
: and Mrs. J. B. Bradley had the church, broke into the Sunday oi gym Thursday;; Friday and to continue
Converse, inDoctors Hospital in Brown and Mrs. Myron Kirton of planning meeting of the Fourth Con or in' late afternoon. Water witha
as r.Sunday guests Mrs. J. C. School rooms, and took three of highf'of this week.
Beach Mrs: Ella Carter sumers are demanding more
Starke on Wednesday evening. the Daytona s District of the Women :of the sclution. A starter
Prlngle of.Palatka; Mrs. Dot GriffL5 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. door gas to the heaters out: pried the of Clay Hill and'Mr. and Mrs.: The Baldwin, Boys A" and I Suwannee Presbytery in Palatka "built-in-services" in their food solution may be made by mixing

;and .Dolph -OrUfls, of New Carl Carter were Mr. and Mrs. and main building open, Tommie Smith and. children pf "B" teams, and the Girl's "A" Monday. [quick cooking and frozen-- -, -foodsl---- 2-4 pounds of garden fertilizer
went into 'thiS' buDding
Hirer. Frank Sweat and son of Jacksonville but 'loss- also, Jacksonville visited Mrs!: Hattie String played.Basketball in Mac- Those attending the wedding of and costs increase accordingly. in 50 gallons of water [2 table

;Mrs. C. E. Stricklana of, Gaines- and Mr., and .Mrs. Woodrow no was reported. Who Nolan last' Tuesday evening. clenny last Tuesday, night at 7:30.: Miss Cecilia 'Norris and Hugh The farmer will continue to receive spoons in 1 gallon Apply one-
doing this surely must be
.Yffle was the Friday overnight Arwood and sons of Melrose. some of the Mrs. ,Belle Giddens of, 'Eagle The Boy's "A" team ,lost with,a Rhodes in Lake Butler last Friday about 40 cents out of each half to 1 pint,to'the base of each
meanest people who
guest of., her sister, Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bloodsworthand live to enter God's house, steal Lake is,spending quite_some time score of 49 to 35 in Macclenny's! evening were Mr: and Mrs. Milo, market.dollar spent The for December food in freeze the retail plant when plants are set in the

;.Terry. family of Lake Butler spent and destroy the property that has with, her son-in-law and:.daughter, favor Seigler, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden curtail- will garden.
Urs. Clarence Mosley and fam- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat visited the supply of fruits and 4-H Dates To Remember
been with' Mr. and Mrs B. Griffis and Bates, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Os-
purchased the money DV' ,; : vegetables from
ttjt: of ;Jacksonville spent Sunday Pick ,in. Lawtey Sunday afternoon Florida with sub Saturday, March 1, is Rally Day
I donated to the Lord's cauSe, pro daughter. We. regret that Mrs. borne, H. B. Clees, Louis Car-
with Mr. and Mr. Dave Tanner. sequent in price for
are sorry' to report that Son perty that is essential to the wor- Giddens is in this week with, the with' Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford michael, and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. sibly a short while pos- at the USO in Starke.
.Miss Elaine Grant only.
and Denny Rosier is quite ill at this writing ship of the'Lard We do hope that flu and hope she'will soon 'well. and baby son. Bachman. Less of the Saturday March 15 is District
Jacksonville visited Miss Dinne.Sapp 'consumer's income
$ ( Saturday.Mr. Others on the sick list are H. H. the people see the great mistake Friends of J. W. Thomas will We regret that Buford Higgin Guests. of !oil'. and Mrs. W. N. has been going for clothing dur- Demonstration Palatka.
on Hamilton and Mrs. E. P. Sheetz. they making interested he 'is botham is on the sick list this North Mr.:
and their
and Mrs. Rudy Higginboth- are change be to know that were and Mrs. It G. ing the past few, years and likely

aot and daughter of Marville were Mr. and Mrs. Barry'Wilkerson way of living and live for, the now serving 10,,months sea duty week and unable to work. Davis. Jr. and children ,,Gregory will continue so during 1958. THE RIGHT POINT for the

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Andrew Wilkerson and Lord instead of against him. with the U..S..Navy,, Mary Kilgore is sick this week and Jennifer of Gainesville; on Prices of shoes and men's suits way you write. Come olD and select -

daughter visited Mrs., George Sue" with a throat infection and hav- Friday and Rev. and Mrs. G. Van your favorite ESTERBROOK
Mrs: Nathan Starling. We are glad to report that little Little Miss Debbie Phillips, probably will show increase. Home
Padgett at Glen St. Mary on Sat- Ida I of Mr. and Mrs. ing to miss schooL Stephens, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Fountain Pen. TFLM5RAPH
Mae Manning, who had .to baby daughter sewing will continue to accountfor
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville' -
urday. have'her arm removed a short Simeon Phillips of ,Palatka, has Mr, and Mrs.Lyle Schmehls and North, of Raleigh, N. C, for the about 4 per cent of the cloth-
spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns and time ago is improving nicely from been quite sick, we, understand.Mr. children -Jacksonville were weekend.Mr. ing dollar. NOTICE TO DEFEND,
Mr and Mrs. L. S. Tanner. Mrs.
; family of Jacksonville spent Sun- this illness, but is yet confined in and Mrs. Beach and guests' of Mrand Mrs. Buford and Mrs. Harold George and During the next 12 U Circuit Court, Bradford C..'ly,
Zack. Mrs. Tanner and daughters months
day with and Earl '
Mr. Mrs. Mos- Mr. and
visited Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and the hospital in Starke. We wish Mrs. I. A. Ward of, Hastings and Higginbotham Sunday.' I children of Ocala are the house- activity in housing is expected to Florida In t'faaBwrjr. -
ley famUy.CanerPick
Mrs. 'James Waters and
at'Heilbronn on Sunday after- for her a speedy recovery So she Mrs. W., A., Cannon of Palatka familyof guests of her parents, Mr. and, show a slight increase over that OLAF BREDAL.,

noon. can be at home again' with the visited Mr. and ',},{rs. C. B. Nolan Lawtey also visited ,them in Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair. in 1957 A slight easing of credit ,Plaintiff
Mr. and ,
Mrs. Ollie Pick
an- the afternoon. \Ii.
Miss Gloria Crawford of Jacksonville nounce the marriage of their family. and sons last.Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner and may help this situation.One EVELYN BUEDAI

is spending this week at Our little grandson, Joseph Little Miss :Marian, Higgiribot- Miss Merle.Higginbothatn spent children attended a family dinner of the things' you might Defendant.
daughter, Helen to William Carter
the home of her parents. Mr. and of England has been on the sick list 'ham, daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. last Friday and Saturday in Law Sunday in Lake Butler at the considered doing is to plan for the Case No. 1M83MITICK
,, son Mr.' and Mrs. Buck
with her brother-in-law and '
Jack for a few days. Minnie Moore has Ben Higginbotham underwent a tey home of his brother-in-law and wise spending of income
Mrs: Crawford as he has a Carter of Starke on Saturday in your to : Evelyn, Bredal. whose! residence
I I good case of measles. Folkston, Ga. Mrs. Pick, Donna, also been suffering with a relapseof tonsilectomy. the Ed ,Fraser,I sister,: Mr.and Mrs.'James,' Wat sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Red- insure maximum purchasing is 7405 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn! New

Thirteen 4-H Girls attended the the flu. We hope these two are! Hospital in Macclenny last Friday ers. dish. Also present were Mr. Turn- power.. Beware of high pressure York and whcse address is Clo of
and Ronald '
Pick -
County Council Meeting at Starke ;' to GeorgiaMr. _, accompaniedthem well before this writing. morning and ia getting along, Home Demonstration Club er's father, Roy Turner. Miss advertising you don't understand Trygve Brooklyn astad.. New 7405 Filth Avenue
-- The Maxv1lle,Home Demonstration Mary Ella Turner of York
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Driggers and( nicely. Starke and high pressure salesmanship and
Saturday. You
andMrs., Leonard Prevatt I are\! hereoy notified mat a suit
.Mr..and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt anc I and family spent Saturday with daughter Irene from Bostwick: Mr and Mrs. Tommie Godwin!l Club met Tuesday morning at Mr. and Mrs. W.- T. Brinson of the obsolescense'of furniture or for divorce had beet filed against you
the home of Mrs. John North due Ga.CARD. in the above named
Valdosta Court and
visited the Stricklands for littlewhile equipment. cause
daughters spent the weekend at t Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norman in: a announce the arrival of .a baby
Saturday night before at to the weather only a few turned Pumpkin Pie and you are required to serve a copy
River. born.In' the Doctors
their :rplace"on. Crystal Macclenny. daughter, I of your answer or pleading to the
Mr and Mrs. Donald Wilkinson 1 Guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Harry tending the sing at Clay'Hill. Hospital in ,Starke on Friday, Jan cut but there was an interesting OF THANKS, 'Here is the receipe for Mrs.. J. comptaiui'on the I'laiiujff's "Attorney
Richard is visiting relatives ; demonstration..on how to prepare G. Caldwell's Lyo.d Hast; .!10 Clark Building Jacksonville -
and sons of Jacksonville spent the Wilkerson and the Mann Griffisfamily Lang 24. The young lady has been Our Heartfelt thanks to all popular pumpkinpie 2. Florida

weekend with, their parents, Mr. during- the weekend were in Tampa. Jimmie Lang, who named Roberta Elaine. home mixes. Mrs.' Nellie Mills, who extended comforting sympathy I which you-will' ,surely want to and .file the original in. the office of
County ,,Home Demonstration try. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
has been in Jacksonville for some _
end Mrs. Bennett'Wilkinson.MfsClara Barbecue Is Planned and
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Griffis and help in our recent sor-
time, is at Clay Hill this weekend. agent, ,and Mrs. E. W. Doering of One and on -haU'cups sugar 2 before the 10 day of March 1938 ,
Miller of Miami was I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Padgett Plans are being formulated for row. For the beautiful service, : rthewise the-altegations' f said Com

herefor a weekend visit with her: and family.of Lake Wales. The Stricklands attended I another free-barbecue and chickensupper I Wesconnet, president of.the Duval. flowers, and other kindnesses, cups .pumpkin' cne-fourth: teaspoon plaint 'wUl be ttkvn-! as confessed .by

parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T Mrs. Charles Sisk of St.,Cloud i church services at Maxville last, to be held at the Baldwin I County' Council,of, Home Demonstration we are deeply grateful. The' .salt. 3 eggs, 1 cup 'canned y'Uu. tire '
Sunday.had.a real enjoyable timevisiting Clubs presented the dem cream. 1 tablespoon butter.melt- This m ehair be published once
Crawford was' the guest of her\ brotherinlaw school some timein >April. for, family Kathleen Nolan. each week .for four cOaaeeuUveweeks
ofthVState with old friends and I onstration.. The, food was prepared edJ, 1, tablespoon cinnamon, 1 in th Bradford County Telegraph.
'Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Barratt and aster,'Mr.'and Mrs. Ed the.fam lies of all of the children I
I They both and served and was de- teaspoon nutmeg [optional, 1 Dated' this :31 dav'.ot January, 1958.
meeting new.'ones. very
> the weekendwith t ,
Farm spent ward Beebe, from Tuesday until 1 attending the Baldwin School. All I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
4 thought they would get out of licfous.YYVVVVVYVVVYVVVVVVVVYVV1. WANTED -' Clean Cotton Rags; teaspcori vanilla, one-half cup
the D. G. Wilkersons. In Maxville and ClayHill l Charl A. of the
Friday. : parents ; s. Darby; Clerk Circuit
class they have 'No Pants No Shirts, Must Be shredded coconut.
teaching a Court.
Warren Boatwright olCamp f t Griffis and I this school
Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Levy ; who have children in, Clean.
LeJuene, N. C., who has!J sons spent Saturday with Mr. and taught for so long they felt they are' being asked to!:donate;cakes. graph.' Bradford County Tele, Beat eggs, add sugar, pumpkin c Clerk.By Marian L. Crosby Deputy

visiting her mother Mrs. needed a rest wanted to bed a butter ,spices, salt vanilla, and 4t 2128
been, Mrs. Clyde Griffith on Macclenny : and pies for this event alt ,
Commodore Crews, has gone toqearwater ) Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum an i pupil for awhile, ,and believe or Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Midyette STATE FARM --

for a visit with her] daughter carried Miss Elizabeth not they were'put to work teach:- and family attended the stock car, '

brother and sister-in-law Mr. and t Tatum back to the. University of r ing classes at Maxville! Looks as. races at Speedway Park"jn.Jackysonville : By\)1rS, J. 0.' Caldwell.. ANNOUNCING A BRAND. NEWLOWCOST
if it'doesn't do any good to run l
/'H. C. Mrs. Florida; after she had spent last'Sunday .afternoon,;:
"Guests' of Mr..'and Mrs.Ro y r Semester Break with them. from work. it is always waiting.: We'are glad'that Mr. and:Mrs. && &&. .AA LAA

Oriffis'this weekend were Mr. andMrs. t Mrs. Erlie Padgett and Mrs. L. But both of us really enjoyed School and the I E. W. Dennis ,are feeling better. Club 1IeetlnrThe

.' Wilford Dinkins of Sanford, C. Jack services, both Sunday ,
King were after a recent illness. Home Demonstration Club

and Marvin, Thompson of Jack, sonville on Friday. of preaching.the other We churches hope to in visit the some near We'are sorry to learn that Mrs. met at' the'home' of ,Mrs. R. ,V. MERCURY SERIES

sonville.irs. Mrs. Fred Arber, Mr. and Mrs Dora Byrd's daughter,;llrsj Marvin -. Turner Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.

:) Ruth Barthlow and Mrs, Bernard Rosier, of Ft. Pierce Mr. future.. while Greene,of Middleburg has been J.;'G.'Caldwell; the vice-president
about 8:30, I
night :
r Friday
Sffle Green and daughter of Mid- and. Mrs. Marion Hamilton of crocheting when the wine d: quite ill and confined to her bed. presided :m' the'absence ''of the
dleburg were Sunday guests of Winter Beach and Mr. and Mr. sitting .
Mrs. 'Taeckle has had several president, Mrs.' A. C.; Beiche.a
Mr:and Mrs. Mae Wells and M'&. Paul Olover, of Moore Haven a r e: was blowing so hard it seemed the is Routine business ,wastransacted;'
heart attacks recently''and
: would off we i
Martha. Bales and daughters. spending sometime at the homeof house top come ilacclenriy 'and plans discussed, for the
chicken squall! The crocheting patient
Mrs. Sinclair Griffis and family, Mr. and Mrs.. Son Rosier. a the table BeSsie Evelyn Coleman and Achievement Day, the" Dress Re- .
with Mrs. Sarah Kirby and DickLuke ; Guests at the home of Mr, anand d I landed on view, and the "Plant, Clinic to be
of Starke visited Mr. l Mrs. B. E. Reddish 'during' the jumped up, ran to the back: Norma Jean Carter were among. held in April.' Miss Dorothy Ross
heard somethingshe : the Baldwin students attendingthe
Mrs. Nathan Luke at Doctors In weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Vasco; porch listened gave a talk on'fabric softeners in
thought in the house I Florida State Fair in,, Tampa
let on: Sunday. Andreu, and Mrs. Mamie Andreuof I the wash, then demonstration,
Dr; Paul Hutchinson of the University Dade City, Talmadge MufLst where the young chickens are. She last Friday and .Saturday along and explanation of 'plaids' as
dashed back into the house, grabbed with the members of the FFA
of Florida was the gues i Harl Bartlett, and Ray Reddish chosen to, fit the individual and

speaker at the Methodist Church I of University of Florida, Mr. and t her trusty ole shotgun went, and FHA Clujbs..Mr. >> .. matching plaids when sewing. Delicious
back out -,Jim says and.Mrs., Drew Wilkinson
04< Sunday. He was accompaniedby I Mrs. C. M. Barber of Macclenny, rushing refreshments were served
?" She Just replied are staying in Jacksonville with
"What is ,
a friend. Louis Blalock. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorman wrong by Mrs. Turner and' her cohostess
'.Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren I and Sons of Jacksonville. "Something is in the chicken their son and 'daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs. J. B. Godwin.

and new baby daughter of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce hadas I house!" and ran on. Ran out to and 'Mrs. Earl Wilkinson, while Birthday Dinner ,

were weekend guests oi guests during the weekend Mrs. the chicken: house, jerked the the family is recuperating from Judge and Mrs,T, A. Yawn en-

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.'Nathan Blount, and Graydon: door open, and there was ole man sickness., tertained with a lovely dinner, A111011tlllllg1111 lllINIIIIIlIIltAQ.iTi'( ( (

WaiTen.Ur. Jones of Fort Myers.. Mr. and Mrs. skunk! He had dug under the Patty Parrish was able to re- Saturday night tn .-celebration of .
and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Pearce 'Jones arid daughter of wall;went in and got his chicken, turn to school this week after their son Terry's eighth birthday -

and sons and Miss Jackie Harley Fernandina Mr. and Mrs. Hallie! killed it and was making the missing several days last week A Valentine cake with eight :

of .Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Jones of St. Augustine, Mr. and feathers fly, getting the chicken with an ear infection.We candles centered the. table and

; H Barley on Sunday and daughter of: ready to eat, didn't pay, the least regret that Ernest Well-
Mrs. A. Mrs. R. W, Sapp party caps, novelty cups and fav- : :
afternoon Jacksonville, Mr."'and' Mrs. H.-T.. attention to.the. woman or gun hausen is quite ill, and ,wish hima ors were at each place. Those : :

Sunday guests of. Mrs. Georgia Markham of Gainesville Mrs.. that was at the ,door! The gun speedy recovery. present to' help Terry celebrate LMDA

Ann Sapp were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Thelma Harris and Mrs. 1,. H. came to the woman's"shoulder, no Mrs. Mary ''Wenfu.usen and'her this anniversary were his uncle,

Butey,' and Mr. .and Mrs. Bill Hill of Starke. just up to where she could see the daughter, Mrs; John North,- ,are aunt and cousins, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

Burney'and 'chUd ''en of 'Jacksonville O., J. Phillips spent last week skunk over the sight skunk of'the landed gun able to be, up: sand about again W. Anderson. Jane and Markof 1 1. NEW LOW PRICE-SAVE HUNDREDS!

: In Tampa with his brotherinlawand and let go! Ole man after several days' illness: .* Ventura, Calif.; and his grand-

''Mr., and Mrs, Ernest Williams sister Mr. and' Mrs... Eddie against the wall, .dead,,and the We regret that Mrs..Alice Northof parents, Mr.'and Mrs.J. G. Cald- ,

and son'of Lake City were Sunday Billiard... poor feDow didn't'get to eat working the; Green' Cove, Springs mother well of the State Farm. Terry' re- 2. BIG ALL OVER-A FULL-SIZE MERCURY!"
guests of; Mr! arid Mrs. 'Hubert Mr. and Mrs Howard Miner first bite of chicken of John North, has 'been 01 'and ceived many useful'and enjoyable .

Priest' and familY. and sons of' Jacksonville were so hard to get' one. having to;have,treatments'at the gUts: LEADS
Mallie.. Prevatt, of Jacksonville Sunday guests. of Mrs. Effie There is one' thing hunt hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. p. McLendon ,, ". .;
to '
,visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brown Miner. this', woman doesnt go Mrs. Arnold Harper was operated and.sons, Sonny and Tommy, left

oft..Saturday. Mrs. Cassius Strickland of these animals any more, but If 'on again'for:the third Mine Friday for Tampa to be presentfor ', 3. NEW HIGH IN ECONOMY-A SPECIAL ," .

w'Bootsiei Starling of ,Kissimmee Starke was.the Sunday overnight they want to live they had better last,Friday night m ,St Vincent's the wedding of"Mrs. McLen- ,

spentThursday,; and Friday" 'with guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. ,J. And- not'come hunting they'came her or they! Wonder will- Hospital and 'seems tObe ,getting don's niece' which"'took place, on GAS-SAVING ENGINE! ',:-" :- ,
Wilmot not.g away as
his parents Mr. and Mrs. along nicely. Saturday.White there'during the

Starling.. ers.Mr.. and"Mrs. Josie Starling and if-and when-they will learn We extend our sincere sympathy weekend, they were the guests'ofher ..' ,

;Mrs Paul Smith and son. Eddy, daughter Mr", and Mrs. James this? to 'Mrs. George Brown over the brother's family,'Mr.; and Mrs. '

of Burbank ,Ohio, spent the weekend Starling.. Mrs. Inez Kelly, and Jim told uS the next morning death of her: stepfather, Lonnie B. A. Cogdfll,- and her sister and
told '
with Mr. Smith and children.: Mrs. Bob Haislop were Sunday that' the chicken house.sure Moore, in Gainesvillelast Sunday family.-'Mrl.: and Mrs, C.; R. Mc- .

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and guests of Rev. and Mrs. Alton that a skunk had been there, but morning.F. Donell. They also attended the .,2324 : ,
didnt as .
son of Gainesville are visiting Mr. Dobbs In Jacksonville. of course this smell about B. Coleman has been seriously Fair the races and Gasparffla. "
and Mrs. Fred Moore. They had we lost our sense" Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Starling .
this ill at his home here for the past
as. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYI 22 or 23 years ago. Anyway announce the arrival of,their second
else'schickens. week but seems to te: Improvingnow.
Reddish Andrews of New Rivet, skunk will not steal anyone grandson on Friday: The 'r Price tllg IL.

and Miss Maxine Andrews of I'' HIGHLAND Wonder. what will be baby,,who is named Thomas Daniel Optional(quip***,froMportafeis Mwwy/ federal.ccM end Kit.foul.aIr..
'Mrs. Don Eicheler and son of
Jacksonville.Mr. next? i is' tiie'San. of. Mr., and Mrs:
and Mrs. Norman Hamilton By Mr*. LM? Normma are Phillip Murphy of Lake Butler.
and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Pres- with her parents,'Mr. and Mrs. F. SEE AND

and daughter of Gainesville visit- &&i&&._&& &&&&&&'AA&A cott of Lawtey.Mr. B. Coleman while awaiting the're Tuesday dinner guests 'of Mr. MERCURY/58/ DRIVE IT
ed,Mr. and MTS..H. H. Hamilton and Mrs, Owen/House"were: .Dr,
;- and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand turn of her husband from
sea duty TODAYIDon !
Norman and Moore
ori! ; Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and Mrs. Louis of Phoeim.Arizona .
',Mr. and Mrs. H., C. Kelly and son were visiting in Glen St. daughter of Jacksonville visit- with the U.. S. Navy ,the last of and Thomasville.. Ga.
ed the Lacey Normans last Thurs-
+ I Mrs.:Margaret Kelly has as Saturday Marys last Sunday. this month; Mr. and.Mrs. John Green Sapp 'miss the.big television bit The Ed Sullivan Show" Sunday 8 to 9, Station TVRBE-TV. Chan. (.

I guests Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Several from here attended the day.Don't Stork Shower went to ,Tampa, on Saturday to

Kelly Jr. and family of Panama singing at Hickory Grove Churchin forget church and Sunday A Stork Shower was held at the attend the Gasparflla festivaL

City; and Mrs. E. L. Kelly Sr, :of Green Cove Springs last' Sun' School at 9:25 a. m. Maxville Civic Club..Monday nightin Visitors of'Yr", and.Mrs.-, M. McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSPhone

New,River YOU'LL LOVE the Dew 1'.1_ honor of Mrs.E.: B. WeHhausen. Bradley thisweek were, their two

'lr. and Mrs. Dan Starling were day.Sunday guests of the L. M. Normans brook purse-l fountain pens fa Games were played, after which sons. Jimmy of Jacksonville on 447 Starke Florida Court & Jefferton '

I guests of their son-in-law included Mr. and Mrs. pastel thades. Only | .ot at Slab the honoree opened her many useful Tuesday, and Leslie and grandson :

and ilauhteriMr. and Mrs H. T, Charles Mosley of Jacksonville ford, County) 'J'tIIIpap1l. atilt attractive; gifts after Johnny, of Kingsley Lake pa Sun

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IuI.-I. --- -- --- --liii W. J. Redington. If Alive and it
Guild Units Hold Back When Star'ke:'Wai YoungSthaIiChgeIEoar&r $300 Raised'ByPoliolDance Social Club Holds Dead la Hi Unknown Heirs. Devisees

: .. Legatees, or Grantees,
Study CourseThe Valentine PartyThe Defendants Greeting:
You are hereby notified that a proceeding -
to title haa,ben brought
study course on "Cross and Saved 1k Da Starke Social Club met at In the Circuit Court for Bradford
Crisis" in Japan! was presented at ., The Polio Fund, was increasedby the, Methodist recreation- hall County. Florida, against all persons
{a Joint of .the $300 as a result'of a successful claiming any estate right, title or interest -
meeting Wesleyan
Thursday evening using the the following
in. or lien upon.
,In'these days'of,modern bank- [must be turned'into' treasurer March'of Dimes dance held in the
Service Guilds real situate in
Units 1:and .2, at valentine theme for its deacrioed propertY.
ing.;facilities, it"is,hard to con- beforethe first of the month, and USO last Saturday night. Bra /ord Count,. Florida. to-wit:
the Methodist FellowshipHall onThesday Tiny red hearts were pinned on JE lit of
Northeast, one-quarter (
I Gladys Mooty ceive ot.merchants'ibeJngrunable'to"operate that th "co1n.s-ot the'new issue r.
] A of
highlight the
evening was (SB 1$4)cf $
evening, from 6 to 10 the backs of each guest as they the Southeast one-quarter
I, their businesses will be given in exchange" said Northeast one-quarter (NB
y----- -- ------------- -- --------- j the crowning of Miss Margaret the
o'clock: arrived and they were asked 'to tin of Section Thtrty-lx (3$).
\ cause of shortage of change in Mr.Tace- Ann Dinkins ,as Polio Queen by Range
Mrs Scholl Gives'Talk Janice The the'name of the celebrity Township Fin (5) South.
: Jenkins introduction guess
was given by town, but such was once;the'case "Oh that dont consara me. I Rep. Doyle' E. Conner Twenty-tw (22) East. containing
On HobbiesAt : Weds Ray Harper Mrs. W. B. SeweU.and those -tak. .Starke in the era that is often ain't got none of those," said'Joe. Mrs; Junius M. Smith, chair- written on the heart. Mrs.. Her- (to) acres more of or less of,State subject-to Romd
long was winnerof the contest.An the road right way
ing part Mrs. C. ,Hem-
were E:
I described as .th -'good old days." Then, on after-thought; he allowed man of the dance has expressed UI,
Woman's Club wall Mrs.. Nelson Green,,Mrs. Ed One such incidentis, recalled: ashow- he might have a appreciation" to her committee alphabet game was also en. and you are hereby required to file
joyed. This game required dif* with the Clerk of said courtyour
i Simpson Mrs.Ruth Johnson,Mrs. by,an,-early Telegraph. reporter as few old coppers somewhere'' workers who helped make this ,written appearance (personally or by
Mrs. c. L. Scholl Immediate R, H Mrs. ferent groups to write a story of in said proceeding on or
C. 'on,- Louis Hillen- foUows tOnce round,'and asked Mr. Pace how he event such an outstanding success attorney D.
past president of the Starke Wo- dahl,. Mrs.. Henry Godwin .Mrs. ., in the lone ago the then should.manage the matter."I :' Mrs. Sam Zack publicityand 26 letters with each word in the 'before 1958 and the thereafter 10th day to of file.Yarcl1.-.A.service on
man's Club, gave an, interestingtalk Bryan Edwin Miss would be story beginning with a different the opposing counsel and file with
MadgeMiddle- merchants .of Starke. to wit: Jos. guess it very arranging for the orchestra dtfellBt'l.if
on "How Big Is Your World" ton, Miss Clara Leaman Mrs.., M. Alvarez; Johns & McKinney. Louis troublesome, for you, but I'll tell from Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. I letter of the alphabet. The team said any. Clerk to the your Complaint wiitten at the times

at the Woman's Club meeting : W. Cressler, Mrs. R., S. Mullins Wltkovskl. Thos. Hemingway' you how I can help'you.' for' old Fayne Bateman and Mr. end Mrs. headed by Mrs. Ed Carswell won prescribed by law. therein teret setting to.up
the prize. Other appropriate The estate, rijrht. title or
Wednesday afternoon at the club and'Mrs.. Charles .1oe Jter. and W. H. Rivers; gathered' at times,sake," said Mr. Pace. "Ill W. C. Powell, in charge cf snack or lien upon the' abln'II described pro-

house. |I At seven o'clock a Japanese supper the storrof-Rlchard &Pace, to buy'your junk right 'now'for cash bar: Mr. and Mrs. H. A., Bishop games were enjoyed; peril claimed by entered-agalnrt Herein fall not
'. will
The' program was under the ,was .served with Sukiyaki, discuss ways and means to bring and turn it in with our own stuff. Jr. and Mr. and Mrs L. J. Kite, During the business session. C. or you Judgment bv default

Education Department with Mrs. rice, rolls, tea and'dessert being business. .back:to:normal' For of What say?" In' charge of'raffles:' Mr. and Mrs. R. Bradford.was' elected vice WITNESS at my Starke hand, FV and>rld the y this seal! 31 ofsaid

E.1*; Matthews as chairman and t on the nreno.Following late an 'epidemic! of Indian herb Joe said nothing; but 'absented Harry Rabb'and Mr. and'Mrs. R. president for the remainder of Jalluarv.Court 1911.

Mrs. K. G. Duncan as co-chair- I doctors wheel-of-fortune artists, himself 'for quarter hour. He E. Edmondson. tickets; the Lions the' 1958:term. The next meeting (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
.the study course,Unit announced for Feb. 18 at St. Char'e A. DarbY
maLl Mrs &hoIl who introduced and then returned staggering under '
was ii 2'' held 'a short business -orga.n' grinders with Irresis- Club; arrangement of tables and As Clerk of the' above' styled
Mrs. Matthews stressedIn : meeting the-burden' of an'old nail keg. It Edward's Parish Hall.
by trble-, monkeys had drained the chairs; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gra- Court
her talk the importance of deVeloping during which the following officers town dry of,small.change caus- proved to btf two-thirds"full of ham; floor hosts; and, others. Mrs. Carrie Adams, Mrs! P. D. By Marian L. Crosby. D. C.In .ft t/!!

a hobby now as insur- were elected for the coming.year: ine, merchants, much ,trouble and small coins one and'two-cent Fancher Sr., Mrs. ,W. T, Herlong,

ance against idleness when old President, Mi's.: ,R.' S:, Mullins: a;falling;off of petty,sales. There- coppers, three-cent'nickel pieces, t.ocaGuard and Mrs. Eula Whigham were received .

age is reached-a hobby for Indoors -',: Vice-President,' Mrs. Henry God- was no, at that time,to silver five'and ,ten cent pieces, :Units as new members of the

and another for outdoors. I -' Godwin;" Secretary,' Mrs., Harry remedy" matters. and it was proposed -- and 'a.sprinkling;of quarters., h club. Present membership is ap- A CASE RECORDFROM

Also featured on the program "..'."' :;\e.i'' I Mooty; Treasurer, Mrs.. Wayne .that a delegate be dispatch. The'contents of the keg, were Receive AwardsFor I proximatly! 35.
"iJ' :-
exhibits by Haines; and Secretary of Promo- "'few bed quilt spread
were hobby presented edrto Jacksonville to buy a dumped a under
members and guests. Among those ,. tion, Mrs. Elden' Mathews.' hickory.tree- and Mr. Pace,
.. perks of coppers. a EfficiencyBoth THE RIGHT POINT for the FILE ,
having' exhibits on display were .,, ,Then George E, Pace, always smiling quietly,' began counting, .,
Mrs. Rubv Edward ; to way you write. Come in and select CASE'R 158
Johns Mrs. : Presbyterian Circles resourceful, froze his face Into subject Joe's closescrutiny. local National Guard units.
Burns. Mis Madge Middleton. 1 one ot his Inscrutable smiles and ,The counted money was thrown ,
Co. C of Starke and Co. B of your favorite ESTERBKOOK
Mrs. O. L. Havnes, Sr-. Mrs. Neal '"-- ..... I I Circle 1 .of the' First Presbyterian asked that the decision be put off into'the 'keg.Joe cutting a notchon Camp Blanding Were honored this I A farmer suffered for weeks

Lfons.. Mrs. Ethel Lowell, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. : church met at'the h me of until' that afternoon.' He'.recalled ahae-.handle for every dollar,' week with the "Army National Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.: with a condition commonly known

Merrill struth Mrs. P. 'S. Smith Jenkins of Starke announce the Mrs. Rudolph Sink on Tuesday that near Kmgsley Lake lived acanny while,Mr. Pace picked up,a fallen Guard Award for Efficiency in I' as neuritis and bursitis. Becauseof

and 'others. marriage of their daughter, ivening- with tenmembers pres- farmer? who had hoarded hickory nut 'and put it in his Training," for their. training accomplishments -! NOTICE 'TO DEFEND the stiffness in his neck and
ent. small for He went pocket at the same time. On con- I. ClKBlt Court, Bradford County, and shouldershe
Mrs. A. Russell Norman president Janice, to Ray Harper. son of change years. during 1957. Florida In Chancery. pain .in. his arms

,.presided over,the meeting Luther Harper and the nephewof Mr& W., S. McAliley, cochairman out there' In1 his bugev and,called elusion, the number of notches The awards,were, made by the Mamie Lee Schlock. Plaintiff vs. could not rest at night. Daring

and Mrs W.. B. Mundy gave the Mrs. Myra Ranshaw of Pa- presided due to the' illness on this rural capitalist, pretending -% and nuts were' compared and' Chief of the National ,Guard Bureau Herman Schlock. Defendant.Case No.. 12-331 the day it'was Impossible to be

devotional. The club is sponsoringthe latka. The wedding was"an eventof of the chairman,, Mrs., Lester that.he was on his way home found to agree, and Joe was paid i and transmitted to the units Xotiee To Appear: comfortable in any position.
Heart Fund this month for Saturday Feb. 8. at 3:30 : front Middleburg.and that his in fu1[ To: Herman Schlock whose residence -
: m.
p. Crews. She led the in a I Mark 'W. adjutant '
group byMaj.:Gen Lance and ,address is: 511 Meta This man was examined-by a
the third consecutive year. The in Green Cove Springs with Rev: devotional and in, the Bible study*, horse'needed water. He sa.1dgood-: As to the magnitude\ of the sum general of the Florida National Street Anderson. South Carolina.

Fund .Is headed by Mrs. James J. A. Sapp, officiating.The "J' Believing Church.RefreShments ." bye and started'on,1: then: stopped. involved' in ,this piece of frenzied: 'Guard., suit You, for are divorce hereby notified that and a chiropractor who found a nerve
care custody neck causing
LewIs*,chairman, and Mrs. J. M.: young couple was attendedby "By: the.way. Joe" he asked in finance history is silent, but his I control of minor child pressure in the was
were seryect': by Genv Lance extended congratulations has been filed the trouble. The pressure was
Vickers co-chairman. Mrs. Mat- Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins Miss an indifferent manner. "You'veheard brother merchants blessed Mr. against youIn the
the hostess to "the officers and enlist above named Court'and and again
during the social cause removed and the patient
of the :decision of the Pace when. he divided his 'spoils i
thews co-chairman of the Cabaret Betty Jane Jenkins, Mrs. Ran- new you are required to serve a copy of
dinner given in January, gave a shaw, and Miss Carolyn Lucille Hour. national treasurer/I suppose?" with, them upon 'his return to ed men of your unit who demon- your answer or pleading to the complaint enjoys rood health.Chiropractic .
strated in such the Plaintiff'sAttorney
financial report on the dinner. Jones.. "No.-Mr. Pace. what's that?" Starke. The'money crisis-1 was:. their proficiency j.I' on J. Donald Gibson 100 has restored health
"They'' have declared.that all solved. and business' resumed' its a manner as to merit this award. 1 I Smith Building Jacksonville 2. Flor
The hostesses for the afternoon in, called "incurable
Following a short wedding trip Your constant efforts to assure I ida. many so
'Circle with' Mrs Carlton 'Me> two-bit pieces and-smaller coins normal course along Calf Street.AsWII ; .
tarried out the Valentine motif Mr. and Mrs. Harper are making that unit maintains the high I and fil& your the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Manus chairman; met atthe I on or
inrthe. refreshments. The hostesses their home in Palatka where he standards. vital to before the :
training so
Might ; UsedTo Them For further information on
home of Mrs.
were Mrs. Ewell Lawson, chairman is employed. The bride will finish Crowson the,defense our Nation are indeed 24 day of February. 1958:
Mrs. Merritt Williams Mrs. Tuesday morning-with:' 12 present. otherwise the allegations of said complaint problem cases
her senior year in high school at gratifying," the general will be taken confessed by
L. A.'Davis, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Palatka. Mrs.- Crowson gave." the devo- Sonic BOOMS Are wrote you, Phone or write The '
;HerelTo5tay This notice shall be published once
Mrs.. George Flynn. Mrs. R. F. jonal and the program on "A each week for four consecutive weeksin

Young, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Hospital Auxiliary Believing"Church was given by tory at. the Baltimore, plant in the- Bradford County Telegraph. Dr H. G Bollinger
Dated this 17-day of January, 1958.
C. FJ! Ward, Mrs. Emma Hill. Mrs. Mrs. K. .
G. Duncan.A
Until after Wbrld War ,
Several years ago breakfast- tionaries. 1935. Hebecame production superintendent (OFFICIAL SEAL)
3..',W. Ritch and Mrs. Norman To Give LuncheonThe 'Valentine motif 'was carried Charles A. Darby. CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
eating Starkites were startled by: II;!aircraft had net beea" designed there in 1946. Transferring Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Winn. out by the hostess In'the refresh- an. "explosion" that had.the. capable of'creating one. -to the Edge Moore, Del. By Marian I*. Crosby., Deputy I Clerk. 728 E. Ave."
County Hospital 112) 4t 2I1S
ments. peculiar property of making plant'' ax assistant in :
The sound is explained manager

Baby, Shower Held Auxiliary Thursday,will Feb.hold 20, a at luncheon the Starke on everyone think it had occured in is.: fdrmed' by an aircraft 1950 he returned to Baltimore as'' Jn The Circuit Court,,Eighth Judicial Gainesville Phone, 6-823S

his,own back yard. It rattled traveling so fast'that it compress assistant manager in 1953. Clrralt Of Florida, IB tad For
.3. M. :Mrs. 'M. H.: Woman's Club. Serving will be-
Mrs. Bradford
Circle 3 met Wednesday evening in, Starke and Jarred es the air in front of it untilthe Mr. Hager is a member of Tau Coullty'O..
Sheppard, Mrs. W. T. Powell, and gin at 11:45 a.m.Immediately with Mrs. Louise Harden .at the ,dishes from kitchen shelves'' at atmosphere- becomes an incompressible. Alpha Phi fraternity ;and a past CLYDE CARTER, 426 N. Walnut Street

Mrs; N. S. Dankel entertained at following luncheon -; State Farm. K1ngsIey.Lake. More than one .' non-yielding medium, president of''the Industrial Club! V, Plaintiff.V .

a. .lovely baby shower Tuesday there will be a card party The hostess led the house holder dashed outside expecting more like a liquid:than air.. The of Baltimore. married and .'.J. REDINGTOtf. If Afire Starke Phone 108 ","
at the Dankel home with group in the and If Dead His Unknown
evening on prizes for each table. Ad- to yawning cavernat'his formeclwhenthe' to
see a liquid-like barrier is : : the father of one son and one .
opening: devotional. Ue4r. Dev>" .
shower Mrs. Carl e ii Lpeatees orrantees. ,After6 PJI. by appointment
W. Madison street. The mission will be f 1 and a grand backdoor:step-but lo and aircraft reaches the speed_ of daughter. ( Defendant. -

wasfor the nine months old door prize will be awarded. For fCirtsinger.session.presided over the business -. behold everything was as peacefuland sound and,--as,the tamer,is pene- THE STATE OF, FLORIDA.'TOi

niece Jenlfer Leon, of Mrs. Albert reservations call Mrs. H., H. "A The Bible- study qniet as nap-time on a Sun- trated; shock waves or strong -'

Lee who ia making her home Adams, phone 40. Mrs.Believing Lavon Andrews.Church" was led by day afternoon. pressure1 waves develop. at the
With the Lees. Refreshments Prodded by mystified townsfolk; front.. of' the .plane'tram all sur..
were-served durIng
A Valentine motif was attractively. Epperson CircleThe the social hour. The Telegraph launched a investigation faces contacting. barrier of

.carried out in decorations seeking to discover the compressed atmosphere.. .

,and refreshments. Appropriate Lorena Epperson Circle of source of the wierd."other-world" Planes and their control&are so

games were played dur- the First Baptist Church met Birthdays Feted blast. Some' had attributed itto designed',now that the pilots pass

ing the evening and prizes were Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. By 2 YoungstersBeverly an unusually large'charge of through the >barrier without dis

awarded to Mrs. Gus Wilcox Mrs. J. D.' Doyle with Mrs. I.. F. Din- dynamite during mining operations comfort. There is no vibration

P. D. Fancher, and :Mrs. F. W. dns, co-leaderI' presiding. Mn. L. Crawford celebrated her "'Humphreys 'Gold Trail ,within. tber plane and the' pilot IUNlAWFUL

Graudon.. H. Jennings was cohostess.The ninth birthday on- Saturday Ridge plant. But .check with officials wouldn't even know he had passed

The baby received many lovely program, "Christian Wor- afternoon with a theatre PartY there' ,revealed no such thiough the.barrierunless he kept .

and useful gifts from the 30 ship in the Family," followed the for a few girl friends: Refreshments blasting operations,that parti-. a-close check, ih instruments. ,

guests. opening, prayer offered by Mrs. were enjoyed after the C\ Others had,speculated ,The-distrub Dg!noise relayed,to

Bertha Fuller. Taking part in the matinee at the home of her that the firing'of some new earth by pressure waves from the

Beta Phi program were Mrs. Earl Searing, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs: "secret ,weapon" at CampBland-; front of .the plane is,not a,one. '
Sigma Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Mrs. Willie Barney McRae ing accounted for:the,sound.. Buta time boom,. but rather, continuouS For Any Person or Persons Engage in
'.check with officials there was .
Members of the Beta Sigma Phi Mae Denton. Mrs. Betty ,Byrd noise that" moves.along the I II
sdrority will be honored at a was welcomed as a new member likewise fruitless.- ground at.the spe d of,the plane.

tea Sunday afternoon from 4 to in the night circle. A short busi- Gary Harris was host to his i The, mystery'remained unsolved. Since the area of land surface, Business' Under A Fictitious Name Unless
.- but most observers are now -
5) o'clock given by their sponsors, ness discussion was closed with Cub Scout Den and a few neigh- convinced that this unexplained covered by .such-a shock wave is i

Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. J. W. prayer by Mrs.,W. H. Haas. Re- borhood friends at a theatre comparatively 1 small, an observer I

Kincaid at the home of the latter, freshments were served by the party Saturday afternoon cele.. breakfast-time blast was Starke'sfust of, an:aircraft in.Jew-level supersonic ,
409 N. Walnut street.PARK. hostess. brating his ninth anniversary.The boom"!-experience the awesome with nois a "sonic',of a seemed flightwould to be hear what I The Name Is Registered :
boys enjoyed refreshmentsat a single boon as the: ;, (
jet plane crashing through the _
plane passed. But.with the noise i .
Harris home on N. Water '
Meeting barrier "ex-
traveling at the
street after the matinee. speed of the '
plosions" since that ,time and a plane, .oier ,
persons ,.a large :areamight. '
The study course of Japan On > -. .:
more general knowledge of "sonic believe : '
they are hearing.the
"Cross and Crisis" will be givenat I Holy Name Society booms",generally confirm that bee same sound simultaneously. ;

f the regular business and pro- "' :
STARKE FLA. meeting of the Methodist WSCS The Holy Name Society of St. lief..Most"people.,have learned by If,:all this sounds too complicated : ;

i next Edward's Church met in the just 'forget it. Accept the Read This Florida Law-
Tuesday morning at 10 o'- now. to take' the sonic booms, in .
clock. Rectory Tuesday evening with the sonic .booms, ,philosophically a .
SUN.. MON., TUBS. stride,chalking .them up as one ,
There will be a covered dish president Cot John Bidler. pre of the minor annoyances of livingin minor inconvenience offset by the "It shall be unlawful for
16 17. 18 many, advantages, any.person or, 'a defined aeftia
February siding. of living, In a .I persons, , luncheon supersonic and thankful
at noon followed by the age
DOUBLE FEATURE regular business meeting. A nurs- The group decided to have that they-apparently., ,little supersonic age. engage business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein de

SABU' ery attendent will care for preschool dinner at the Garden Restaurant if. any danger to person or ,pro : ; fined without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

children. on March 11 with two guest perty. .It's a ,good thing too-be.< DuP nt To :Tofce clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

and theMAGIC speakers from Jacksonville. At cause,according to Navy officials, .1* 'It., S ,1' is with
this dinner the past presidents there's nothing they can do aboutit Over AMines' ,. registration'shall consist of filing-with the clerk1 aforesaid an-affidaTit .

RING, I I Owen Vaughn and Co. Bidler, and people in this area.will just, t, signed by all interested persons, stating under' oath'the names o(

COLOR BY DELUXE w1U'receive pasUpresident pins. hive to get used to 'living' with an those interested in the business, .
[Continued enterprise the extent (' the Interest
Starring Sabu At the close of the meeting refreshments .. the booms.In I from Pa e.1J .0 :

with Dana Massey and John This Week' Special! were served.ClemonsJones fact, the frequency will prob. has operated the Trail Ridge mine of each, and fhe fictitious name under which said business. is carried

Doucette 2' X' 4' THRU 2', X 12' ably be ,stepped:;.up as. the Navy for ,the. past, ten years extract on. Said registration may not be made until the persons persons desiring:

Plus Color Cartoon for Kids White Fir sends more and more of Its sound-;;, ing :flmeniter zircon ancLsta.uro-:, to engage in business undera.fictitious. name sha.U.hayea4vertlsed: lila or

splitting, supersonic planes.those I lite In-195*::Humphreys i began their intention
Wed., Thur. Feb 19, 20 $95 Per 1,000 Mr. and Mrs. R. L. demons of flyingat least: 760( mphf into 'eJacksonvU1 operation of the Highland mine, to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

DOUBLE FEATURE Tampa,. formeriyof Starke, announce I 'are .The noise,of a northeasfof.-Lawfey.: ((4) consecutive,weeks in some newspaper as defined J>; .in the tounty
the I plane such 'as-the.F8U' CrusaderpiercIng where :said registration is
of their to
; marriage beinade-ad
The said
KP! TH6 MONCVUEUJELS I'W Humphreys organization, registration shall not to.
Alexander The Great .. daughter, Shirley.Ann, to :Jinny' the'sound barrier comes accepted th cierk'
IKL'WE LI. a Colorado corporation-had been by of the circuit court-except. oi.
I bouncing to the earth like a upon receiving proof
Jonesr formerly of Hampton. The
IN TECHNICOLOR SETTLE FOR THIS tOAO retained Dy Du Pont to'build and such publication.
-S. ceremony took place Dec. 24, at thunderclap from many prongs of
With Richard Burton and Fredric ::' .. operate the ihnenite mining facilities
OFLUMBER Ughtnlnri..Thel impact has been
Marsh s. Kingsland, Ga. I

:- ..., & .v;._.. __ _ Cpl. Jones is stationed In Ml.Cosby..Sianley known to rattle windows and set: which Includedredging'separation -
...- .vu. concentration of
AND :.. .*::.. .. .... : ami.. doors stance ajar of .but actual"so: far damage the'onIj took?'' ores, because.'of Its< outstanding ffyollaree: engaged-in,business under any name

Sierra StrangerWith .. '" place in' Waldo some; time ago knowledge f-thi'nhig-fleld.-

Howard Duff : : when windows hi a, couple< of After the .:change-over next other
AH structures:bad IJ'fpa1r were'ported1y r- Tuesday, .employees will becomeeligible thanyourownandhavenothadtliisnanieproperly
Color Cartoon for Kids and Mrs. R. :
1/ Floyd Crosby '
:knocked: ofit. to,receive Du Pont. benefit -
announce the marriage ,- plans! including fun
When you,hear a sonic boom. pay up
Fri., ,Sat. Feb. 21, 22 C_ -c? of'thett daughter. Mary Alyce of ,there 1s'nouseimmng-out and to three months.. for employees advertised
I Jacksonville, to Glenn R will'be.
BIG DOUBLE ,FEATURE. EL son .of"Mr/ and Mrs. ,George Stanley.G. scanning:the' skies for _the: plane\ who are', sick or Injured,* ..twoweeks' registered; we ;
:' ,that caused-it. Navy spokesmen vacation with full,pay after -
Calypso Heat Wave ( Stanley of South Port'NCHie say-:'that all, the booms heard in .one' year with: the company;
FOLLO() MP.2ky4IN ceremony was 'performed'Satur,- glad dldgive all Information ".
this three weeks' vacation after ten : to
With Jdhnny Desmond, Merry,Anders area are-;actually'generatedby you necessary ,as
dayFebruary at Ga
ARCW9 Kingsland :
TIE and four weeks
years; after 25
Meg Hyles and Joel Grey planes crashing'the sound barrier -
The Stanleys are now residing : far at sea, AH pilots have years;p liberal 'pensions for those

AND at lOItf-Oak-SC.Jacksonville: .: strict'orders 'not'to' exceed. tirePdor'soundanywhere who have been Wth.the companyat what should do.

; near a least, 15 years when they n- you

GUN.GLORY J& Recent Birth' populated area,- but the repercussion tire.

With Stewart Granger and Rhonda U -of a'sonic'boom will trayeL' The, new. olantmanager. ,Mr:
Fleming Mr. and :Mrs. James Ozment of up'to 70 miles and'Still ,
BUILDING SUPPLIES sound-as Hager. 45. is, ,.nativeof. Hageriown. ,
:pfoVrSwial:'Chapter IS and. Color QUALITY &' SERVICI' Alachua announce the*birth! of a thoUgh' 'axOTrwTdirectlyoverhead. : =, Md. He graduated" :from BAADFORDCOUNT1Y: TELEGRAPH.

Cartoon for Kids. Phone 3 daughter, Wanda Fay, on Feb. 10 John Hopkins ,University in Baltimore -
at..Dod ...
111.11 E. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. HoipitaJ. TEe term "sonic" boonf Is '50 *in 1933'anljof ed'Dii Pont

: .-_ new..that-is-not yet-found-In* a-tester ,mthe'control, labora-I j-c-----7: J

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. THURSDAY FEBBHABY-13,195 I. .BRADFORD.. ... '.COUNTT.TELEOR.\Pn.ST.\UKEr.- y .,. _._:- -. .-FLORIDA---- -' -- J'\r.;; FIVE
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I ..- .. .' .. _.,.,.,:' -,:' '';';: ; Dr. jhiflIpRoweand.Rev. '
-I-- .1'r-r S.. JIcAliley attended a Seminaron W. Op House Set funeral:is.HeWEqic. [\\3radhrd Hkh! Band ParticipatesPV Mr..s. DcuylnIs ; ::9rrnF:
if*t*> 'dl ** % < V **- vIn
taken DeafirV
Vocational i
l Guidance at the By : {
First Presbyterian Church in H.; Pearce. [ Tarppa's: Gasparilla Parade -->*
I I Gainesville on Feb. 5. On Muster Day -. I Mrs. Dolvin Foreman 58 a for-
resident of Starke and now
II Mrs. W. B. Mundy visited Mrs. Graveside services were held I Bradford High Schcol Band munity." 1 "
residing in Callahan, died Men-
I F. A. :Moore and Mrs T A. Steelin Sunday, at the Kingsley ,Lake members!: 'r turnedto. Starke Tuesday The band received an informal I
THE NEWS day night in a Jacksonville hos-
Gainesville on Sunday after- By Guard UnitsWashington's Cemetery for George- Harold{ I': 'afternoon' after marching as invitation to take part In next pital as the result 'of a heart at-
I noon. She brought her mother, one of the il5 units in the spec- year's Ybor City Night Parade.
.... ._._ died'
Pearce, 70,, who last Thursday tack.
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"''I!'" - L.L" L-- _,-,-,-,.,.-.-.,----,6 Mrs. J. B. Sapp, back home with ta'cular! Gasparilla parade in ,Tampa Many observers consider this

Dr. A. Y. Covington attendedthe E. C.Long of the State Farmis her after having spent several birthday. Satur : in Fernandma, hospital aftera t on Monday. event to be the highlight of the Survivors include her husband;
a daughter, Mrs. Marie Clson,
days in Gainesville: Feb. 22 lingering illness. Gasparilla celebration.The I
Health Officers conference in a patient at the Bradford day has been designatedas I The band left Starke Sunday j I Ii

Jacksonville 'Monday to Wednes-. County ,Hospital. Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Chace of Muster Day, honoring the Services ,were conducted by Rev i 1;morning. after a short religious I It. band: members want to .1 esville.Callahan Ga.; a son two, Dolvin brothers Jr.,and,Gain-

day. MrS. Gainesville were Sunday afternoon Florida National Guard, and will A. Massey.. paster of,Faith Baptist :'service held in the 'BHS music thank everyone who helped makeit ; a
Melanie Roberts has returned sister
t t.
Mrs1. Eiistis, McKnight attendedthe visitors of Mrs. Etta Hoover. be observed locally with open Church: Lawty and members building with Rev Dcnald Koko- possible fcr them 'to take the I
Public Health, Nurses Super to her home in Trenton. Mrs. house at the company armories in of the L wtey"Lodge 18S'F&AM., jmdor.' ; representing the Ministerial !'trip. Including merchants, business Funeral services were held

V1so '& conference in Jacksonville N.her J. after a month's visit with home this C. J.weekend Houpt is expected Starke and Camp Blanding. Hoursof Mr. Pearce' was .born"in Mac- [:'Alliance, l, siding. I l people' school officials and Thursday at 1 p. m. in ihe Callahan
sister-in-law Marion from Des- '
last Thursday and Friday.. the open house will be from 9 clenny but moved'to' Lawtey at', :The band arrived in Tampa at other individuals.. Baptist Church'with' interment
McConnell. Ia. where she i
Bobbie Sue Barksdale and' her Misses of last week a. m. to 4 p. m., and the public is an early"agel. ,was ,a' ,farmer! : 3:30 p.'m. Sunday and was housed :1! ''We feel that Starke and Bradford In Meeks Cemetery,,Nichols,
Sara Thursday
Barefoot, Gaie to visit:
grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. J. W, Denn, and Violet Monroe cf Jacksonville her soninlaw'and daughter, Mr. invited, to visit the armories during and also a.pitc. er'for' the LawteyA I in'e FOrt;HOni r Hesterly.Arm :i County gained a great deal I Ga.
Home of Hampton spent Sunday this time. A. baseball team for about 10 ory. Sunday night the members : of valuable publicity from this
and Mrs. '
to Tuesday in Tampa attendingthe Mr. and were Mrs. weekend Charles guests of V. W. Strickland, Jr. In Colonial days, it was the years. "He was':a' Wcrld War ,,1 j enjoyed 'a meal at the famous trip,- Bandmaster Mathews said. I' THE RIGHT POINT for'' the
Fair and visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrews, m, of Hatties- Danny Strickland underwent custom for the able-bodied men veteran, .and a member of the Columbia, restaurant in Ybor City.. Mrs. Etta Fay Gill Mrs. W. J. .r way you write. Come in and select
a tonsilectomy last Satur- "
R. C. Williams.Dr. burg, Miss. spent the weekend I of the community, all of whom Lawtey Masonic Lodge':for more ;o 'Jn the huge Gasparilla parade Epperson, and ;Mrs J. B. White- your favorite ESTERRKOOK

Frank Mann 01 Black with his mother, Mrs. Andrews, day.Mrs. were counted in the"local militia; lhan.,25,"years.Survivors .. on' ttcnday; the BHS band' was head accompanied the band on |, Fountain ,Pen. .TELEGRAPH.I' .

Mountain N. C., regional directorfor and former friends here. Walter Sibley has been to assemble for a roll call and .in- include a brother, the 35th unit in the line of march. the trip. I
Child Evangelism, will the transferred from the Bradford specticn of Arthur C. Peaice of Lawtey two I !. 'Circuit
each .
pe 'Mr., and Mrs. Willard Hodge of once year ; : It was estimated that more than I Court. Bradford County.Horida
guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Bel Tallahassee were weekend guestsof I County Hospital to Riverside Hos- on the village green..This occasion sisters, Mrs Louis Hill of Lawtey 600,000 spectators viewed the! ; .la B.lharrjr.KATHRVN. TOMPKIXS.. Plaintiff .

linger on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Gardner. pital.. came to be known as Muster Day. and Mrs. Pearl" Blcuht of' Tice; parade hi person, and many more I \S.JIMMY.

He,.will speak at the Hampton Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Ma- Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family hadas Today's National Guard, a direct three nephews ;Pearce Jones of thousands saw it on television. N. TOMPK1NS.Case No.Defendant: '12-477:!

Baptist Church while here. mie Anderson of Archer spent the Sunday guests Mrs. Rena Smithof descendant of the early' Femahdina: Halley Jones' of .St. Several stations carried the telecast : ORDER OF PUBUCATIOX!

'Mf. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Belleview Mr. and Mrs: Brad Militia. is now composed of'more Augustine, and .CSrade'n'Jones.. of and.Bradford Band had seven NOTICE Stata ;Of TO Florida APPEAR To:

son, Tommy and Jack McComb Davis. Locke and son. Mallon. and Mr. than 6,000 Army and Air "units Fort ,:Myers.. I minutes of time en one station I Jimmy :ol. mpkins, 11 hre r.->idence -
attended the Tampa Fair on Sat- and,Mrs. Ronnie Brock of Jack- throughout the country and ter / is Charlotte North Carolina,
being of
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand Pallbearrrs were W. P. Kemp, I stopped. in front the ,II and whose address h Rt 1 no;. 81$,
urday, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas of sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ritories. With ,a strength of 470,. Henry .M nds, Dan Harley', Hub- cameras. I I Charlotte North Carolina.
Mrs. George Cottman of Ocala Parker of Cocoa. 000 well-trained j You are required to appear on
men, and bard I
equipped Halley.Sinclair Harley'and
Crescent City saw the play "No .After the parade the students The Bradford County Hospital March 3. 1958, 'In the above Turned
was a weekend guest of Mr. and Time For Sergeants" at Day- Mrs. Shellie Hall spent the first with modern weapons ranging O' J. Aiiders.FJqps. I attended Ihe! '.Flo ida .I State' Fair is announcing the (}'urt and cause wherein plaintiff

Mrs. Wesley Andrews. The An- tcna Beach last Thursday even- of the week with Mr. and Mrs. .from sidearms to jet aircraft, and in' the evening they were I I births: following seeks of dh'oree."are minor ohild. custody and control

drews' other Sunday guests included ing. I Brad Locke and son In Jackson- it is a far cry from the flint rock guests at the wrestling. show in !.I I Bradford County Ttlecraph shall
Rev. and Mrs. Jake Thomas 1 1v1e. and musket carrying militia of { kcsr.oy the \ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphyof publish this Order in next Your. week
"When -to send the armory. issues.
you care ly
Butler, a Thomas
of Lake' Butler Jonesof Colonial I 'son
very best"llallmark Valentinesat Tom Haines has entered the days. Managers; of ,eating places officers \Vitnpfn mv hand and official seal
Sampson City; and Rev. and In House 'Oft :lqO' I I Daniel. Feb. 7. at Starke. Florida this 23 January
Bullington's. mldsemester term at Florida. a proclamation issued this In the Armory, and others i Mr.: and Mrs. Marion Crews of 195*. q
Mrs. W' E. Hall of Pine Level. week Mayor W. T. Jackson proi "'\who OFFICIAL SRAM
Southern College in Lakeland. j in ,'famp :observed the' band (
Mrs. A'. B. Baker of Jacksonvillewas Mr. and Mrs. L D. Wells and claimed that ,An Ralford. a daughter. Feb. 12. Charles: A. Darby As Clerk fit said
birth unoccupied house were"tlnanimou i
frame on I
in their"praise
Bill Cole of Atlanta Ga. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of the : Court. "
visiting' the Merrill Struths visiting Mr. and Mrs. Barney were Mc- State Farm 'attending a planning day in this community: :an J occasion SR 100 about: two_. .miles south ,of :of the' fine behavior 'of 'the local''i WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags. Bv Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy, Clerk
from to Charles KHww
Sunday Tuesday.Mr.
"on which we 'pay tributeto tud nts..ancitha1er' Elden .Matthews II No Pants, No Shirts, Mast Be
session of District 4 Starke Life Building
Suwannee 204 Guaranty
Rae and family over the weekend.Mr. I was destroyed by fire
and Mrs. Alvarez of '
R.oB. the officers and men of the : said,'"They ,were' certainlya Clean. 'Bradford County Tele Jacksonville 2, Fla.1 I ,
Presbyterial at Palatka Mon
and Mrs. H. W. Townsendof on
yesterday afternoon. ,
Winter Haven were home for the > Attorney For Plaintiff. :-
Atlanta visiting Starke and Camp Blanding unitsof their school and, com &graph. .ft : I' 130! t 2150!
their #
were *
weekend., day.Mr. the Florida National Guard, The Starke ,Fire: Dept. went: to" .. 'a -
Mrs. Lowell Mathews 'and Mrs. daughter. :Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. and Mrs. John Locke mov- but ,
i the blaze the building '
who was
are ready always: to serve I -" .. .' 11I11I
Merrill Struth entertained at six and family on Sunday. ed 'Wednesday from 809 W. Cypress us in any emergency." engulfed. by' .flames when. ihey1

tables, of dessert-bridge Monday Mrs. Ed Carswell entered the street to Palatka where Mr. _y4 ; MARY :CARTER SAYS .

evening at the home of the latter. Bradford 1 County Hospital on Locke will be employed at the Mayor's Court Hears' Fire Chief P. W.. Carpenter :
Mrs. Lucille Davis was visitingher Monday for observation and Setter store there. said the house 'was owned' "by;

son-in-law and daughter, Mr treatment.Mr. Mrs. Marie Brendel and Mrs. Traffic ,Light Case Clyde Brown who lives on the .. WHY NOT TAINT

and Mrs. L. F, Smith, Jr. and and Mrs. Tom Harold of Paula -Althammer ,of Kingsburg, Griffis Loop. Brown had recently YOUR HOUSE NOW HALF-PRICE
McIntosh were ;
family in DeFuniak Springs the Saturday' visitorsof N. J. were visiting Mr.. and Mrs. A. conflict in testimony on a purchased the property FOR
Rev. and Mrs., Donald Koko- James Edgar last week while I '
past two weeks. en- charge of running the traffic i and was in the process of fixing,
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Land and moor. route to Fort Lauderdale.Miss signal at the high"school was the it up, Carpenter said. A supply of / .c' 4 Every Second GaL E\ery Swond
children of Gainesville have rent- Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Jacksonville Bertha Weaver of 'Kings- only action in Mayor's Court wall board had been moved-into ,c : FREE Gal. A.98 FREE
spent the weekend with Mr. burg N. J. is visiting Mr. and '.
ed the Dowling apartment at 570 Monday as six cases were the morning .
house it
yesterday .. I .
With Each OnePurchased With Eiich'One
and Mrs. Drew Reddish and fam I '
W. Call St Mr. Land is employed Mrs. James Edgar of St. Clair handled. was.reported. UP .

4 Setzers.. ily. Street for an indefinite period. i In the, ,disputed, case.. J_ W. chief Purchased,
I The1 saidtht' pie
Mrs. Carrie Ward and Rev. W. I Hendrieth. a Negro pleaded not .origin -
of the fire had not l been deter-
-- ......,..,...., S. McAliley visited Mrs. ,Elsa R. guilty, contending that the. red mined. '
Lyles in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. light was not on when he started r" : : PAINT

1' and Mrs. Frank Weaver of under It.Mayor. : MARYCARTER
Williston spent the weekend with W. T. Jackson found him Disabled Children'sBenefits : .

FORD TUNEUP /SPECIAL the A. G.. Loudon, Jr. children guilty, however and fined him ...
while the Loudons attended the $12 after Officers'Mrs. C. R. Tin:; Outlined FREE PARKING 501 N. W.. 8th Ave. (Our New Location) FR: 688

t Tampa Fair. man and C; Moore testified that Last. year the Social Security .
Rev. and Mrs. W.. S. McAliley Hendrieth had changed Janes before .
I THIS visited Mr. and Mrs. William Nor- reaching the red light ) Administration: ;first began paying -

J. WEEK ris in Ocala on Monday of last cause other cars had stopped. for' benefits to disabled children over .. -.- ....
,- -"
the. r the of 18, to L. ......
____ ONLY! week. red signal. age ,; ,according "' .
; Mr. and Mrs.E. W. Hayes and Hendrieth said he did not McDowall, manager'of the _'I-

1 -r. Mrs. R_ A. Newsome spent SUnday I :change: lanes.Defendants. esville social security office. G'1 THE NEW

ALL OF .THESE OPERATIONS afternoon in Ocala with Mr, not appearing in While the number of
and Mrs., L. A. Weekly and Mr. tourt and forfeiting ,bonds were
cations filed behalf of
f Test compression and manifolds for tightness 1 and Mrs. William Norris. Frank Gengerilla, $27, improper children is small on compared to the SmithCoronaPORTABLE

t Clean, test and I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Alex
it re-gap spark plugs i passing; Fowler $12, run- number filed on behalf of chil- h

Inspect Ignition wiring, set timing liam Norris of Cherry street will ning a stop sign; Andrew Wilson dren under '18, the benefits pay- '
to know they are' Reid red and I
be interested $12 running light; .
Clean fuel pump bowl I able to disabled children will in ELECTRIC-z.
: staying with their daughter, Mrs. Jacob Miller, Negro, $12, runningred -
I most cases provide a permanent
Clean and adjust carburetor i "
Augusta Hillman in Ocala. Mrs. light
measure of security since they
Road test car been quite ill and Mr.
your Norris has will usually continue as long as TYPEWRITER J. ,
Norris suffered two heart attacks
Cases Continued the child lives. Benefits to children -
last week and was confined in .
FOR ONLY $&25 Labor under 18 who are not disabled -
Memorial Hospital.Mr. Give, this electric
the Monroe exciting new
stop when the child be-
In (
and Mt:&. James Sullivan County comes 18. appliance. Perfect for all the "

Open 7:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. Wesley and family Godwin visited in Gainesville Mr. and Sun-Mrs. County Court business for the An application for this type family, the Smith-Corona Elec- :

winter term was postponed Monday benefit 'can be .retroactively effective tric Portable typewriter. -' .
ANDREWS MOTOR CO day. ,, as County Judge T. A. Yawn for one year, McDowell.
)1rs. Harvey S. Moritz was .a .
continued the cases until next '
Starke Fla. patient in .Bradford County Hospital said.These $197.50 DIns tax
Madison & Adams Sts. Phone 118 and Monday. term. benefits are. payable ,to
.Sunday ?
I I Only four relatively,minor cases '
. Confined with chicken pox this children of retired workers receiving -

-- = week .are'Carolyn'Milton Crew Thomas, Stan, .Reddish Dale-L judge were.. scheduled said. and_ ,would for not trial warrant, the i and those social of ,deceased security benefits workers:I Ii Low Down Payment and Terms To Suit Your Convenience

John impaneling a ,jury and' incurringthe I
who were insured uider'social
Martha: Weldon. Carol
Mabry ,and '
THEATRE : other expenses nv ved. at the time of death. The T
; security
Temples has the measles.Mr. ,The four' were OTHER SMITH CORONA PORTABLE MODELS }
cases continued ,
child must be totally and -
Mrs' and permanently
W. G. Struth
STARKE and '
two traffic cases and two .worthless disabled from a con- Skywriter Clipper Sterling Silent Super
of -
Mr. and Mrs. W. I* Edwards .

SAT., FEB. 15 ONLY Tues., Wed. Feb. 18, il!:,)I ;.Twk fn: Lake
DOUBLE FEATURE FEATURE J Qn 301 have been dependent on the pa-
BIG DOUBLE Miss Kate Struth during the past .
rent, step-parent, or adopting pa-. flus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax
I4 -j__ week. Told Motel Group .
Lou- : rent. No One Dollar Per Week
Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss --- Down Payment --- ---

ise Stern attended the Detroit. Guy Andrews: : representing the
Symphony concert, at the Duval Chamber of Commerce, and Tavern Closed, Beer

Armory on Wednesday evening.Mrs. County Commissioners Harold License Is RemovedThe

O. ,C Netherland of Way- Norman and H. A. .BishopJr..

nesboro, Ga.4s visiting her daughter met with the Bradford County Friendly Stop, a tavern on I Offer &tD&d
-- I Sensational
-----_,_;,_-- Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Jr., and Motor Court Assn. Tuesday to report SR 100 south of Starke. was -ordered -I ,

AND -.- --- family for two weeks. on progress on the improving .closed this week by health .

AND Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Ernest of of U. S, 301. authorities and its beer license : ; utTOtlJ-ItJ

St .Augustine spent the weekend The meeting was held in the Was taken away by the State

with her parents, )tr. and Mrs.I I Garden Restaurant with about Beverage Dept. .The New 1957
4i 35 ,$1
Hal' ,V. S. St. Johns. members present, one of the The sheriffs office ordered the

; I Air. and "Mrs. 'Robert Stefanelh !largest attendances "in recent building to padlocked Saturday ff.: iJ .I a week buystb.e new SMITHCORONAPACEMAKER
of Gainesville and Mr.I I months, James O'Sullivan, presi- I:

rL cimo and and family Mrs. Albert Stefanelli weekend of.'ipnt of the group said., night Florida after Hotel! Frazier Commission Shaw of ruled the' I I }11;\ RemingtonRand t.

Jacksonville pent the
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. KnightJr. who has it was kept in an unsanitary. con I .
with their parents
.. spent the past year in.S. n dition. I
I :
A Carmel Production Henry StefanellLDr. Diego Calif. where he. 1 t..i -1P.fliahb -
,was employed County Sanitarian Jack Trawick
GOOD f ,An Amtrican-lntematwnil. ! and Mrs. Seymour Marco at an Air Craft Co.,. Is this,week Inspected .the .place,and 1 ii't'
attended the Tampa.Falr on,Wed visiting his father" I t t
: Mr, Knight
Plus concurred,in. the. ruling. ADDltlGMICHIHE
I "City I iKitty" Ca-Joon nesday. Sr. and family"and other-xeb.tives!? I

,mtilsI.:' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and I here and In Gainesville.' The beverage license was lifted I
children were guests of ,Mr. and by representatives s of the State
DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kenneth

Plus "Grin and Share It" CarThurs..,. Fri. Feb: 20, 21 :Mrs. W. P, Randall in Tampa Sunday I of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beverage the place Dept.: was on not the being grotpldsthat operated -j't'
to Tuesday while attendingthe I Carter and" : of'Lake
lIIItrIrnn' M. D. Carter
toon and Chapter No. 9 1f4ISf Anita .by the to whom the j I : __
person .
ThL1.iA1Liad! III Fair.: Worth, and Richard Carter of I ki down' I'- '
\\11 Ij. no
\ license had been issued. money
"Batman and Robin ,Serial I w
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Heilbronn Sprints were Saturday iJ .. RegvlcI1lp
RODtAN'1 I I attended the Detroit,, Symphony I evening dinner guests of Mrs. The Friendly Stop was operatedby buy MWtasy

Sun1 1\Ion. Feb. 16, ,17 ; concert at the'U, of F.. Tuesday I EliTe Johns: Mrs. Ruby Thompson. Starke. 'kb : way-oil Rand the $179. ,.
MONSTER evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinsand '.....11 7111-1 f!
-. WARNER BROS.MESENT Mr. and .Mrs. Pavid Paton, en- family'were visiting his 'parents Two Jojn Army t, .'1114 CefwedraYmsdP1an! NOW ONLY

TECHNICOlOR tertain ten gusts at buffet supper Mr. and Mrs. H B. Hutch- ((1 I ,
.- If Feb. 1st in celebration of ins In Hawthorne en Wednesday :Two men from Starke, enlisted ,I \ .!-i"" _.:.. :..k'7........;...!.,:;,..;... 2it 9 : I tax

'ri __ ,mmtas... DC A Mrs. JPaton's birthday and 'their evening. H.:B. Hutchins was' celebrating in the-Army, '(during January, according -. fcay like renti 159'us
'i- J .I" '
L, b4t4; ninth anniversary. his 3rd birthday. to .!-IlJ announcement :by i -J own- your machine .....
t And Mrs. Lester Crews who has been Lt. Charles C. McAliley, formsr M./Sgt. De. ton Caster,, local Army Fen-Size., rd.'.... /

&s seriously ill in the Bradford Starke resident. and brother of 'recruiter. They were, Edwin "E.Prevail ,- Office Typewrit

W -- .r County Hospital is improving.Mr. Rev. W. S. McAiley, ,received his who: ."applied tf or and received MaaaIBackaIW4i
jAMES .Iq H and Mrs. Dave 'Paulk and LIB degree at the U, of F. ,on approval for. a. 42 weeks : Sinith-Corocia-*

"GARNEP dl(', 7T.4. HELLWKOWA. .. daughter, Sylvia, "spent, the weekend Feb. 1.Mrs. course in electronics,.and Leander i 'Bradford County Telegraph America's Finest .

.11 v IRK 0Bf .., > IIULD In Ocilla, Da. where they attended Vernon Silcox and Mrs. Green. whG chose ,the.'Army Ordnance -: CeDefOUf Tra1e-I 1it J
PRSUAL the funeral of Kyus Stoneon Carl Roberts entertained at four Corps.'for his assignment. Allows ,

STOaT OF THE nt4pictwe ..... Sunday.T. tables of dessert-bridge last Friday Approximately' 25 ,young men OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Vt.\

NCMAIeOSI.. IOI.W.AUWIS C. Crawford is a patient,in I evening at the Roberts'' home from Starke and'area have joined _
t STlrHEKIOYD ICJ the Bradford .County Hospital. honoring Mrs. Joseph Valinski the.Army'in the' past '12 months, .Phone,29' .. Starke, Fla. SEE TRY- 1

Pus| "U P 'N Afom"Ca1toon [f VlGOIMAftDEtM Mrs. Freeman Register' Sr. returned 'Mr and Mrs. Louis Hfflendahl Sit. Caster 'said. "All of these
"U'y" 'j-> I' BUY TODAY!
home ,Wednesday from.and family were in Lakeland and men\are Volunteers and' this is a

Riverside hospital .where shoe tmdemot Vero Beach "CVPr the weekend on high. perrentage.for: t"wzi the size i n .. . _
-- : surgery. I business and pleasure. of taite1"'lIe.' added. J' .

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:. 7',;&>"' used in pilot operations last summer -] observation until healetL- Pat Boone; Wed., Pee Wee Hunt; Perry Coin 3

;I were released last week southof I 7. Prevent wounds in animalsby Thur.. Ray Anthony; FrL Everly 6:00 Third Edition (news). 3
;',t" : Ac,3 4f. Lake City.. This initial release'1. keeping al pasture and handling Brothers. 6:15 The Service?Show.

_' was 'a trial run, to test new equipment facilities good repair. and 5:15 Mon.. Tab Hunter; Tues.. 6:30 What-A-Burger Show.

,r' 'I and Uain personnel in using by gentle handling of animals. Peggy Lee; Wed.. McGuire Sisters 7:55 News andsigu. Off.

___ .... 'e.4 : it..It 'is hoped that the sterile ; Thur., Frankie Laine; Fri.. Saturday
.., flies though distributed in limit- Al Hibbler. Same schedule as above except'
: ,. ed numbers, may help to reduce 5:30 Mon., Kitty Kallen; Tues.. 1, to 6 p.m. Road Show.
numbers of the pest during this W. C. T. U. Hal Kemp; Wed., Johnny Ray; Sunday

j., rather severe winter in the area. Thur.. Stan Kenton; Fri., Three 7:30 Sign on. Religions programs

I. Other similar runs will be con- "A YOUNG CIGARETTE Suns. until 1 p.m.

; ducted as Orlando labcratories SMOKER WATCHING THE 5:45: Mon.. Hugo Winterhalter; 6 pjn.-The Sunday Show.

; 4. continue to build up the fly MONKEYS IN A MENAGERIESAID Tues. June Valll; Wed., Dinah 6 to .8. p.m.-Same schedule as

: 2 colony with the.idea cf using the TO TilE KEEPER: I I Shore; Thur.. Frank Sinatra; Fri.,. week days.

$ \ __ extra flies to blunt the screwworm "WOULD n ___ IT__ _DO_ ANY___ n HARM_____ TO_ _
attack as much as possible. The OFFER ONE OF THEM A C1G- I-
# : fly colony.will transferred next ARETTE?"

summer to the Sebring mass-rear- "
ing plant. At peak operation the
Sebring plant expected to pro- KEEPER.HE WOULD NOT I IUU .r Sala .. Jfc*' Pr* Ua
duce and distribute 50 million 'II 2 Bedroom BLake Front Home
sterile files a week. AS BIG A FOOL AS HE LOOKS. I II Gorgeous ,

: : r -, Meantime e, information obtained I IN[TilE THE HERALD.GOSPEL FOR YOUTH THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH 2P.M. SHARP

from livestock owners has revealed -
screwworm infestation the 3 Miles East Melrose, Florida (Land of Lakes

:week of January 4 as far north as
OB HWV 2. 28 Mllrs .a.t GalaFaTllle S3- arilta Jarkaoatitle -
...;;.a. Ga. WRGR ,.. .
Albany :s ultra Palatka 4t .n Orala.Almetit
David Lawson Tutored In Mechanics Betty Farkas Learns Pharmacy The importance of treating I
I 1490 KG PHONE MO new Z fcrtfraaai raark atyle'C B.h..*, Urlaa; roan,
At Hardy Brothers At Mitchell's\ early cases of screwworm infest- flrealarr.. alalaK ream., madrra kltraca large rtoMttn tile
STARKE, FLORIDAThe balk all floor fur.a... refit tile naora, cere. porch overlook
r-i'" ., --- ation is explained this way by officials Music News' Station lag Uke SERE\,\. raraart mat BtlUty mom, ara_l him, are
;I : Ii of the program: The more .f otker fiae rear aroaad Ii...... aaU afaralnked. 130 feet
treated e9.rlythe fewer will In Stark ,froataa-e Baved highway 2 5 t.. watera tift to lake SEHFAA.
$ cases kick and dry. Retire .r ral e family a( Ibis htaatlfal loeatloa.KnJ .
$ remain for the eradication program : .7 b*.t f Uhlan sad tlaiMlag III Fla. at y_r Irani door ..
__ i i when it goes into all-out MONDAY TURD FRIDAY a ....tlllll naad ..It.. eryntal clear I."". latter thin property
[ before' the \CTION aad be ...,.. BrAT YOl'R PHH'K
'u, operation. and the greater the effect GOING FOR WHAT IT BHI\GS. ..
of the limited fly release now 6:00: Sign on and News, Property oft Mr. a ad ]lr.. J. R., Berkeabarh.
I 6:05: Starke Wakes Up
___ .r.nil' .- under way. 7:00 First Edition (news) Teraai 23% DOWB. Ia.I..... IS: year
"This is the time to begin the
7:15 Starke Wakes .. .A.coU.
Up FREEs V. S. Bead to M>me atteadlaa;
'____ big push was the way one Screw- 8:00: Sporta

) worm Program official put it. 8:05 Starke Wakes Up GRISSOM' REALTY ,AUCTION.,CO.

Vr ''Better control can be maintained 9:00: News & Betty Grey Show P. O. B.x 122. Silver Sariaxn. PloridaALVAREZ'

over a few cases than.over many. 10:00: Sweet Music Show1 &:

1i FI The ,screwwcrm multiplies so News (hourly)
-- rapidly'that a few cases can ex 12:15: Second Edition :(news)

/ plode into an outbreak unless the 12:30 Sweet Music' Show. & I Men's Clothing

.. !early occasicnal infestations arettampecl'out News (hourly). 3 STORE Established 1894 I
", i ,
'" -
3:00: Starke Music Hall & I
it. The Screwworm Eradication News (hourly) -

-: Program suggests these steps to Mon., Art Mooney; Tues., Cordon -

l I Ij stockmen 1. Inspect: animals frequently.It .I fonte;McRae Thur.;. Sammy Wed., Harry Kaye;Bela-Fri., Sell It Rent It Trade It

; is necessary to find every case,] Eddie Fisher. ., .

including infested animals that i 3:15 Mon., Eddy Howard; Tues.,

; tl : hide out., Sunny Gale; Wed, Luis Alcaraz; WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

r I : ., 2. Promptly treat wounds with Thur., Rosemary Clooney; Fri..

approved remedies. EQ-335 and Joni James.

Edwin Mosley Eyes Printing Career Gerald Norman Tends Gas Station Smear 62 are recommended by I 3:30: Mon., King Sisters; ,Tues., 20 WORDS OR LESS Oae Inirrtlea (Mlalataat Charge) __ .71

At The Telegraph At Gib Brown's Department. of Agriculture.I Billy Vaughn; Wed.. Jo Stafford; EACH ADDITIONAL :WORD OVER 20 ._ ___ 4e Per War' "*

'r. They, may_cost a,little more than I Thur., Tony Martin; Fri., Larry :o.? DISCOUNT ON REPEAT IXSERTIOX8 SAME AD

.", ., ."!..r', older formulas but they do the ; Clinton. 23e ADDITIONAL: FOR BLIND: ADS OR ADS SOT PAID If! ADVANCE.
,; Students Explore Careers job more effectively. 3:45: Man.. Andy Williams;

3. Keep.animals! in pens until Tues.. Ames Bros.; Wed. Ferlin CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ___ 11.23 Per laek Pint laatrtlaii
4-'WW...,. Husky Thur. Diahann Carroll; 1JW> PER INCh FOR S4ME AD REPEATED: O\B OR MORR TIMES
wounds are healed. A screwworm- ; .

4 .- infested wound is highly attrac- Fri.. Vic Damone. CARDS OF THANK (f, T. 64 Words _____ ______. .2.M
DCT Seen Fulfilling Purpose tive to egg-laying flies. Treatingand 4:00: Mon., Caterina Valente; OVER H WORDS __ u- u______ 4 Cents Per Word

releasing an animal may give.. Tues.. Ray Martin Wed.. Poris MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS __ ..., w. Ce sta Per Wart
only temporary relief to reduce Day; Thur., Wayne King; Fri. ,

lr4 Students and employers parti- ing under the DCT program'work- the screwworm population. It is Lena Home. WILL baby sit day or night. Reasonable NEED!: TIREIf

cipating in Bradford High ing at Mitchell's Drug.Store. Betty important to keep the animal under 4:15: Mon.. Dean Martin; Tues.; rates.. Contact Mrs. Palford Get them now pay as yon ride

School's first year of activity in will be much farther'-in.her field observation; until the wound Jill Corey; Wed.. Jackie Gleason; AVhitfhead, ilaiville. ltchg Ask Lacy for Conway our easy Sales budget and Servlc term*.

*ff.T7 the DOT program both agree that than she would have.'been underan has healed, to protect,the animal Thur, Johnny Mathis:.;, Fri:; The Union rua.S. !-tJon! SUrke: Fla
the first five months of the pro ordinary program.To and the rest of the herd. Hilltoppers..' HEAL ESTATE -, tfcbgJ

; ject have shown it to be bene- gain the required courses 4. Report screwworm cases to 4:30: Mon.. Del Wood; Tues., Nat Modrra 3 bod. room' CBS ..... InClarke

; ficiai.Students. I needed asa, entrance the county agent or to'. State or King Cole;' 'W d, Five' Keys; ",,t.pared r malty aired ft.230.O0.,: rltyPrlee I..dl-..Ultl... %STONB PAm "STATE ON SAVINGS: BANK -- KET-KEY

are enthusiastic aboutit. I ,, in pharmacy courses Federal livestock inspectors. T ur., June Christy; FrI.. Jimmy ate ............ HEIGHTS. FLA.. :MEM"BER -

; feeling that it gives them the which she does"not' have time for 5.Use bloodless emasculators on Dean.' 88. acre .farn. .goad la... haaie.deep TOIft- '- -

type' of training necessary for a or'are not.offered under the Program cattle., sheep; and goats. 4:45: Mon.. Gene Vincent; .Tues, "well, IS prfaa tree, 2' crapefnilt. FOR SALE-.;14' In x: '15 ft. steel
-i-; head start into a successful trade. she is following, Betty studies 6. All surgical or accidental Kay Starrf 'Wed. Judy' Garland; % mile road tr atagr. ,'leaped.Prlee eillvrt pIpes "$f.S ft. ALSO Build
.. Fri Elvis Pres- $8,500.00. Term ing Iota for sale In Soith Gat
Thur. Sal Mine ,
Employers generally feel that ;
1 on her own. Last summer she wounds should be treated, covered Su dlvlaio .: Low down payment.
the DCT students are as asset to completed a course fa Latin arid with a smear, and kept under ley. FLORIDA. REALTY CO. Low. monthly payments. BILLY
their organization, willing to learn at different times has .explored .., 5:00: Mon., Fred Waring; Tues., Of Starke JACKSON.Truck rhone 115, c/o Central
and useful in many tasks. various phases of science. 116. N. Walnut lllrk St.' Fla., Tel W _. tfchg;

DCT, standing for Diversified Besides giving the students L ONt BEDROOM furnished apartment -
for' rent. Phone. US, W. T.
Cooperative Training, is the program training, the program also aids WE HAVE a new loan program for Jackson. tfchg
farmers. Loans of 1 to S years
initiated at Bradford
High them financially, as-well as ad-
;< for the entire'credit requirements FOR SALE-: bedroom two bath
School this year which deviates ding additional funds to the I of the farmer and his ram- home. Call be seen by appoint-

r Terry 'Futch Understudies Funeral Business from the usual emphasis on class- eccnomy of the' community. AUCTIONMONDAY Association lly. GaInesville, CO Production North CredIt Vain. call ment 412.only, Call. 6I P; after I p.m.

'. At DeWitt C. Jones room study by stressing actual Costello reports that'during the Gainesville Fla. tfchg tfchg
work experience through on-the- first 95 school days. the students FOR SA .Z-HII': acro farm. 8 mllea
ob| training,instead. earned a total of 6166.82 during OUR TENTH' ANSITEKIABTRADIOS. west of Starke'. on paved highway.\
REPAIRED Fprov .house and 2 tenant houses. 55
It is designed primarily for 9,577 work hours. This does not: AU Hake All ..del* pecan trees. Persimmon and pear
those students ...._. Charffta raaraateedCHA9. trees.' Electric 'water pump and
to .
Most Miserable January Helps intending include wages they may have FEB. 24. 2. P 'M. SHEPHERD lights. A. R. Norman. P. O. Box 76(..
attend college but planning to earned outside of the regular M W. Call St. Starfce Pi. in Stnrlce. "'- ftp !IU

step right from high school into school days an amount estimatedat
Fuel Dealers Hurts Motel Trade jobs.And about an additional 1000. all year REAL Real ESTATEFar Eatate Keeda. FOR 1952. SALE 2 row-International tractor. Cultivator Model C-,

according to a survey of The acceptance of the DCT pro- : See planter harrow--fertilizers dine plow.tillers Contact cut
away ,
the students who have HARRY C. ELROD. JR.
participated !
by "
concerned L from
everyone durIng :is Teaiple Ave. Starke, Fla.Opra Joe .England. 81'rOll BayleuH1av
in the during the Paptlnffhurph. ?tp i14FOR.SALE
program its first'five months of LlJltI. lavlted
) tfeka
The Weather Bureau has of- state, but there were no vegetable -
first five months DCT is fulfill- I .
ation indicates thatjt has become -: '' -- Wtf of SWW of Sec. !I,
fically confirmed ''what Floridians crops here, in December and Jan- ing its purpose. an important''part'-i> ofr the school 1 I- DICKERS TRAILER SALES Twp. 5.S, R 20.E; NE>4 of SE
knew all along the weather uary to be damaged.The The students interviewed felt of Sec. 29. Twp 5 S. R 20 E. contain
'month the-. program. i NEW ing: in all ItO A, more or. less. Seal
last was coldest, wettest coldest weather for mostof that all cf the phases-of the DCT USED ed bids (with :privilege of accepting -
windiest most miserable BASIC FMAXCEPhoae 6t' rejecting) will be'.receivedat
the state occurred Jan. 8-9 program provided direct useful
January on record in many partsofthe when the most severe freeze of training for their future careers. Mrs. Johns Dies; 502 County office, Lake of Butler County, Fla.Judge on! or Union before

state... the season gripped the state. At The on-the-job training idea gives LAKE CITY, FLA. 10' am. on sale date. March
(Dealers In fuel oil. LP and Bradford .C 4. 1951. W. a Townsend.. Lake
gas many places in North Florida, the them an opportunity to'concen- Native. t u: ButlerS Fla. :tp 2/27
lightered knots were about the temperature didn't go above 40 trate on the type of training '

only ones who could glimpse any fcr two days and snow flakes fell which will help them to realize Mrs. Havana Cone Johns, 59, of Green Oak Starke,. Fla. FOR RENT-Three room apart. 11 WARE PIECE DINXJIl WATEBfLESS WARE. STAIN COOK.
ment partly furnished. Adults
silver lining in the otherwise in Central Florida on Jan.. 8. their future goals without requir- Starke died in- a' local" hospital ly.128 N. Church St. on-lip LESS STEEI TABLE WARE.
All % Retail price. See.after I p.m.
bleak weather picture. Without TRUCK STOP
Heavy rainfall in advance 'of ing them to take subjects for Tuesday afternoon following an RT. 301 408 S. Redgrave Su. Starke. 4tp 2/ZS
exception they reported record the cold fronts set records at'several which they would have no use, illness of several weeks. FOR SALE-Equity, in finished
.. breaking: sales of fuel for heatingin Rt. frame home. Two miles North on FOR BALE- Baby bed complete. Almost -
: 400' No. 301 Miles South
Approx. Frontage3
stations in South Florida. they said. Mrs. Johns was born in Brad- ; .No. 16, -first graded road on left. new. Price f30. Mrs. W. R.
December and.Janual'Y.. Six to eight inches of rain pelted The DCT program, however, ford County April 20," 1898, of Starke first house on right. See me. George Johnson, Grlffls Loop. Itp
K. Q. Duncan Standard Oil R., Kuykendall. Route 2, Pox: .
the scuthern half of the penin- does not eliminate classroom work daughter of the, ;late Thomas Hl-A Starke, Fla. Ztp %/H FOR REJJT-Dediicfr price. I' room
Agent, said that his January sales sula and added to crop damage altogether. The twenty-one students James 'and La.' Andreu' Cone. RESTAURANT! SERVICE STATION! nicely furnished apartments.. Adequatekeatera -
'ere, the highest ,of any one ,_ FOR RENT-Four room furnished For elderly couple
month the.33 he has already caused by the cold. I in the program this year Surviving are'a daughter Mrs. LIVING QTRS.! apartment. Bedroom living room, or gentleman. BeisentRoad, Box:
during years \ study at the high school all Dorothy Hicks of Starke; a stepson kitchen apd.dlnettl!. Gas heater. 331 440 E. Starke.-j tfcbg;
been the exceedingeven Clark St.
with company NETTLES TELLS HOW morning for two hours taking regular Leon J. Johns of Macon Ga. ItchgTHREE
the previous, high mark set : Newly finished CBS building consisting of Service FOR RENT-Furnfihed! S room
TO GET GOOD YIELDS courses which they feel will a brother William F,. Cone ,c( DOGS IX POUND black house- two' baths. Close In. ApnlyK.
during Camp Blanding days. help them in the field they are Station 'with 4 pumps, beautiful Restaurant including and white male; 1 yellow male; 1 F. Denutfeit:, %U ,Park St. Itcbr
OF SWEET POTATOESFcr I Live Oak; two sisters, Mrs. Susan white.female with few yellow spot
Most others reported that fuel pursuing. For another two hours,!. Andrews and Mrs. Clyde W, Col- formica counter with 8 stools, 7 ,booths with Owners may claim by contacting I FOR RRJJT-Two bedroom furnished

sales in December and January good yields of quality sweet they are under supervision of Bill son, both of Starke; and four matching chrome tables and,chairs, 'screened Bar-B- Starke. police dept. and payingfees. house. Also furnished apart-
doubled or trebled the same twomonths' pctatces, the more dependable hot water supplied. Call 264-R.
Costello, director of the program, grandchildren. Q Pit, modern equipped kitchen. storage room, living sip 2/21
last year, varieties at present are STRAYED mo. fid black Cocker
copper- as they study manuals and texts -
Funeral services will be held in qtrs.'with bathroom.and 3 rest rooms., Saturday. No* collar answersto
Not .so 'happy were the managers skinned Porto Rico Goldrush and
about the particular job or careerin name "Floppy." Call 331.J or FOR S.tLE-APpro rmateIY car load
,of local motor courts who Georgia Red. which training.In the Christian Church of Starke, This valuable has for 193. W. Weldon St. Mrs. Elmer rlffratt rock. Suitable Jo! beautify
they are property ample parking'area ,
the of which'She was a member,, today L wfll. Itchg lawns or parks. Pbone J69-J 241
reported a slump during This is the advice of Dr. V. F. the afternoons the students serving:,large trucks and has room for ,considerable Park Place, Itp
Thursday at 3 with
coldest weather when some tour- p. m. FOR SALE-I room 'fame house,
Nettles, horticulturist with the work in businesses and shops in
if desired. New and for
ists evidently decided to stay the Revs. J. E. Sherwood'and expansion ready occupancy, modern conveniences. 11 acres of THREE'BEDROOM bouse For Sale.
Florida Agricultural Experiment and around StaI &gaining valu- land. 3 miles from Limits
home by the fire instead of com Homer.Swindell officiating Burial on a Highway inviting steady tourist travel and City on Will take small amount for my
Raiford Rd. Write P. O. Box 501, .
time fcr sweet the
Station, as bedding able experience by training on eqult,.- Make me an offer Oft
ing to Florida. potatoes draws near in north will follow in the- family plot in heavy truck traffic. Starke or inquire ',at Bradford Co. Humphrey's'Rd., Lawtey. Itp
Although complete temper- job.The Sapp Cemetery at Raiford: De- Telegraph. tfohg

ature readings for the month are Florida. employers too, are as en- Witt C. Jones Funeral Home is in This property is wonderful for someone wishing. to FOR SALE-1S5! Packard 4 door O.Large.E. REFRIGERATOR 10 ft.. Real clean and For guar-Sale.

not; available,' due to a changein I He suggests that growers who thusiastic about' the program as charge of arrangements. enter a steady and. prosperous business. sedan. 4,000 mileage. Good trans anteed like new. Only $75. A real
portation. SOS
weather stations here there plan to raise their own slips, or the students, giving high praisefor Pallbearers will be' Tommy Col- Wat Lafayette ftp$t. buy. ,2:7 X Walnut' phone 487-J.,
diaws.. at once' for seed. the'work do. _J Itfhg
arrange they Cecil RessieThomas
were eightdays during the period them"" son, Douglas. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY WANTED Clean ,used. House
Jan. 1-26 that readings of 32 or Obtain certified or equivalentseed "I: wish I had more of ,, C. W. Colson, Levon Andrewsand Trailer. J500 cash., Apply W. Finn. 1109 BUYS extra good 'and clean
that has been carefully selected commented Ernest Phillips, man- L. 12S N. E. 22nd 8t..' Fort Lauderdale 1954 Plymouth Savoy. Has bark-up
below ..were'rrcord<<:d. The lowest R. Thomas. ATTEND INSPECT BID BUY Fla. 1IpFOR lights.tinted elans windshield
official recording at the Camp for trueness to type. yield- ager of, Winn-Dixie supermarket, washer wjilte wall tires. Bank
ing ability and freedom from where two of the students are CONTROL SCEEWWORM SALE-Bermuda Grass Hay. V. payments. $2*. Total price $791.

Blanding Jan. ,8 station and the was same 23 on'degreeson Jan. weevils. training. CASES NOW AND HAVE TERMS OF'SAI.E-20% to be.paid down. on'day of Ferguson.. Lawtey Fla. tIp 337 N. Walnut, phone 487J.

9. After Jan. 26 the Blanding Growers who saved run-of-the Same students even ,though LESS TROUBLE LATER of sale. Financing will be announced. THIS IS HIGH AND DRY:, tt"hg,

station was moved to the power mill roots for growing slips maybe they plan to attend college, see FOR SALE-One used Kelvlnatpr
disappointed in their crops. in the DCT programfor Now that the Cold weather has OPEN. FOR INSPECTION From 10:00: A.M. on'day You will had here a alee 2 BRHane Refrigerator. Perfect running order -
plant in Starke, but readingswere opportunities oa paved street *|tk aU |50. Call "51. Lawtey Fla.
sale to be held of
not: resumed until Feb. 1. Dr. Nettles stressed that only potatoes giving them a basis in their brought temporary relief from on premises regardless Ulitlea, laeladlar teleakaae. 'Caa Itch*

December bad -four.days with from hills that had at least particular field not presented .in screwworm 'infestationS in southern weather. .e ...114I.... .a term* ar for eaak.Caa .
be kaadled with small dawaarateat
lows of 32 or below.;The low mark four No. 1 potatoes per hill shouldbe the regular high school curri- Georgia and northern Florida, a ad kalaaec like reat. ,$100,000 CASH
was22 used for seed. culums. Georgia and northern Florida .. .. raraa See today aad IS CONFEDERATE: MONET
degrees on Dec 12. and FREE PRIZES including' wrist watch and other
: Parkas. a livestock owners should find and ..1'. !. taaiarraw. '1'. $25 |s.. fiM. ss 0.Dollar UI"
the "on Dec, 13. Goldrush has a bright orange .For instance, Betty
same .
; gifts given as always'at Southern's Sales ISIn-Ue Aay BIU Or All
.No 1 less than'seven cold air masses flesh, much darker than the cop- senior is planning to enter' the Screwworm treat every case Eradication, officials of Livestock the' To Be Conducted By NOT lively, FOR S fiR RENT. 1H,..bat..... very Far large Sales Shr Bills Far $!...

pushed down the tate during per-skinned Porto Rico. A unique University of Florida In September livtac aad dlaiag r"..... Large T.ST.LEW1H.PETER8BCBO.p. O. BOX FLA.1441
Floridians little color is.a in preparation for a career in Program said this week.This kltekea aad frt a.rek. Aparaxiaaately '
January- giving deep purplish-red > is joint undertaking of the 2JMW It.. Uflag .r .. Lo .. .
a .
multimillion characteristic of the skin of Geor- pharmacy Because of the DCT .
let-up and unleashing Southern Realty & Auction Inc. rated oa M.aer lot Mat Mr..
: however Betty won't bea Florida Livestock' Board and the George Rakerta la Lawter. Drive J.F.D SPINET PIANO
dollar,the tourist gia Reds., Bush type sweet potatoes program, : ; $315.00
U. S. Department of'AgHcuIturei: ky. If latereated call (. laaaeet.
and 'agrjcultural industries. such as Cliett Bush, are stranger to formulas prescriptions For Information write' or call
Shrubbery, "palms and the few raised by some growers but Dr. and the other paraphanaliaof A relatively small number ;:pf Phone ,CH 2-2092 WALL REALTY CRinLEY J1V""C COMPANY Ine."tew .
West FBlverattr .
'f1ies."produced at the
citrus' trees in this immediate Nettles says.yi lds have been low her profession. sterilized 718 Broadway Daytona Beach, Fla. REGISTERED BROKER Pkones FR 3-403S FR 1-108'
she is receiv Orlando laboratories which were Box HI Plioae'4574 Gainesville.. ltell.I
With the training .
fullered along with the rest of in the Gainesville tests. ,.

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Mrs. Frank Ilgen and Mrs. Ray- We do not have a body now SERVICE MEN We wish to express our heart-
mond Starnes were hostesses'for and I feel so free. I have time to felt gratitude to our many friends
By Mrs. J. Buswll Young the occasion and about 30 guests bake and cook and read and sew and neighbors for their kindnesses

were invited. and clean and read and say a and flowers since the death of
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CIIURCII NEWS prayer. Soon as I get my quilt our brother George Harold
Of Commerce To Meet sElection individuals.The First Baptist done I will clean the attic and Pearce.-The Pearce family.
of officers will be the I cbservance of the World The WMU met at the Church the linen closet. Thus the years
important feature of a meetingof Day of Prayer is world-wide andis en Tuesday, Feb. 11. President, Parka. NEBL pass and it is 12 years ago thatI Lynn W. McRae. son of Mr. and
the Chamber of Commerce of entered into by Protestant Mrs. Chasteen presided at the - came to Nebraska. Mrs. B. M. McRae of Route 2,
Keystone Heights on Thursday, churches of many denominations.This business meeting. Plans were Wherein the earth is clothedin Nebraska. The snow lies white HELPFUL HINTS: Try putting Starke, graduated from recruit BILL DING Says
Feb. 20. at 7:30: at the Keystone year an effort is being madeto made for caring for Circle busi- white; the cold icy wind of and is tossed here and there by two pads on your ironing board.It training on Jan. 31 at the Naval
State Bank. Besides the election have churches of the community ness on the same day of the re- winter lays its hold on us all and the wind. Paths are shoveled a- makes ironing easier. To make Training Center San Diego, Calif.
stands still.
other important matters of interest jcin together in the service. gular WMU meeting. A program long the walks and the snow is a head band for a child to play 3
to community will be dis While it is being planned by the followed the business session. The snow drifts down to claim white and clean. It is a good day Indian, take a piece of freezer Charles E. Teston, Airman l-r,1
cussed. Townspeople are urged to Women of the Community Community Church the winter scene.Transforming to quilt and when I finish this I tape, and stick feathers on the whose home is at Lawtey. was recently START NOW 70 Sll/tO:
attend. Church it is a church-wide service Circles of the Community earth Into fairy- intend to quilt on my "Tumbling side that is gummed. Use a piece singled out for distinctionat AND
World Day Of Prayer and attendance by men. Church will meet according to 1 landOf Block" quilt. It is for one of the the size of the child's head. Then Pease Air Force Base Ports- DONTFOfi6ETrrf
This year World Day of Prayer women and children is invited announcements made at the meet- purest white, adorned with grandchildren and I shall lay it i take a muslin strip same width mouth N. H. when he became YOU'LL OWN
program comes from Australia.The and urged.It ing of the Church Women on crystal sheenA away and keep on making untilI of the tape a little longer and the 20th man in the 100th Bomb HOME ANt Q
observance in Keystone is particularly appropriatethat Tuesday evening Feb. 4. wonder world, sky-patterned, have one for each grandchild. stick on the feathers and tape.i Wing to re-enlist, filling thewing's WONTREGQET 0?
Heights will be held at the Com Mr. Batt have a part on this Plans were announced for the vast and grand. These last years of my life in For my son I used: to color the I assigned quota. Airman
munity Church and will have the program, since Australia is his annual silver tea which Snow a Mortuary have been soul satis feathers with Easter egg dye. I Teston took a regular discharge
program flakes
fly they dance and
; a
participation cf Rev. Allan Batt homeland.The will be held on Friday Feb. 28, at I I moment on an errant breeze, fying. In my younger days I sot made him a wigwam of gunnysacks I I in the re-upped Air for six more years IT Bill.
service held longed to see the red cliffs and poles, decorated Force. The occasion
of St. Anne's Episcopal Church will be at 'I:30 3 o'clock. A preview of the pros it with I
and Rev. J. R. Smith of the First p. m. on Friday. Feb. 21, in th gram offered gives promise of being Or gaily ride the wind that Arizona. The mountains of Colorado strips of red and other colored was marked by a ceremony in the
Baptist Church and the pastor Sanctuary of the Community most interesting and varied. happens by. the adobe houses of New cloth. It was lot's of fun. So long office of the Wing Commander,
of the host church. Rev. J. Russell Church. Everyone is cordially invited Gladyce Bachmann, Contralto -Florence Pedigo Jansson Mexico, to see the Pacific ocean ago now. and was attended by Teston's
I have never ceased to splash on the Just found out wife. Carole. Teston is a radio
rocky shores.
Young and includes partici-. to attend. will sing several numbers from see I can t that Don likes
pation by the congregation and Party Honors Member contemporary American music, beauty in a snow storm. I like to recall sitting on a stump in the chocolate pie as well he says as operator in the 100th Air Refuel-
Of DuPont "Family" including such composers as Ernest get out in it, to face the wind edge of a woods in Indiana. I I'he does black raspberry.I ing Squardon. His address is Al-c
t When friends gathered at the Charles. Francisco di Nogero. and feel the flakes that melt on longed to see Florida; to see so plan to make him this pie, Charles E. Teston, AF24650967,

KEYSTONE I Starnes home on Tuesday morning Mildred Tyson Cyril Scott, fam- my face. A blizzard of course, is many 'far_off places that were 1 Chocolate Pie. For 9 inch pan. 100th ARS Pease AFB, Ports-
JEWELERS I for coffee and a baby shower ilar numbers such as "Sing Me To dangerous but so far this winterwe calling. There came a day whenI : Bake a crust and In It put filling: mouth, N. H. >
for Mrs. Frank Harris'they found have never had a blizzard. got to visit every spot that I so : 1 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons cornstarch -
Sleep", by Green.
Expert Watch Repairing the party patterned after the TV Last evening Digger and I went longed for. I found that youth I and one of flour One- Joel Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Quality Line Jewelry program "Queen for a Day," and A trio composed of Mary L for the mail. It was just'getting has those longings, and now I am half teaspoon salt 3 cups sweet W. R. Miller of Starke has been
-Walter M. Muhlhofer- the charming Queen" Mrs. Harris Young, violin. Mildred Felix, dark, a full moon was hanginglow happy just to stay here in my little i milk. 3 egg yolks, and 2 squares recommended for the needed ecclesiastical -
was crowned by a visiting piano and Axel Malmgren, flute, in the east. The wind brought world. I am sheltered, pro-.jOf chocolate 1 teaspoon vanilla.' approval to enter the
will several numbers including -
play down the snowflakes and it wasa tected and loved and needed. I; i I add sugar and egg yolk the I II Seminarian program of the arms BUILDERS
Schubert's Serenade and a beautiful sight as the snow have never been happier. I havea cornstarch; and flour and milk ed forces. At present he is a stu-
TUCKER FABRIC SHOP Mozart or a Beethoven trio. Mrs. glistened in the thankful little dent at California Baptist Theological SUPPLIES
moonlight. I love feeling I am no longeryoung j at a time. Cook until thick. d -
SPECIAL! Reduced Prices on First Quality Drapery Felix talented pianist from Syracuse all the seasons and enjoy them. and possessed by restless(i i Melt the chocolate in a little hot Seminary Covina. Calif. ;L.e,45&333; : ;
Fabrics Ind.. will play several piano This is a typical winter day in feelings..I am proud of my grand-, |milk, add that with a tablespoon The recommendation was made by = CA'L'DEADTCOMP -
selections, including the "Moon- the LETE B JUuu
children and my son and wife. butter add vanilla and pour into Chaplains Committee for SERVICE(
Custom-Made Draperies, Slip Covers, Upholstering Sonata. TYTYYYTYYYTTYYYYYYTYTTYTBROOKER
light American
You who are my age I am sure baked pie shell. Baptists of that area.
ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 2861 Reservations for the tea may be will agree with me that thoseyou Make a meringue of the egg I

made with Mrs. Axel Malmgren. ger can look forward to later whites, add two tablespoons of

Everyone is cordially invited.St. years as those tranquil' times sugar for each egg white. Spread
Anne's Episcopal By Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA when often time seems to stand carefully all over the edge to seal MILK -- DELIVERED DAILYEXCEPT

On Feb. 20 the Youth Groupsof good. Brown in a quick oven.
S. E. KAY-REALTOR tSenior II the Church will meet for a still.I have EO many nice letters Sometimes I use 4 eggs if eggs ( SUNDAYS)

sandwich supper and programs. Mrs. Alphia Parrish of Auburn- from Clay Hill are small.
people. My former
Member Society of Residential t Appraisers Park-of-the-Palms dale was the weekend guest of the The wind sings around the I I PASTEURIZED
school children with pictures of 26c
Dr. Charles Seidenspinner, pre- C. L. Atkinsons. house and seems to roar through _. quart
BR 1Ie7. 'eeL' Tiled balk t BR Fra'... frutrr .f t.... sident of the Southeastern Bible: Mrs. Alex Williams and son of Howard Padgett and his lovely, the branches of the leafless trees.
..d hUf. LK. PK. Kit- t porehe.ert.. >rar dortor..toree, erbool wife, Shirley. His boy and It
Jacksonville want to tell of
College, Birmingham Ala., and I visited her parents the HOMOGENIZED
Li*. lot Bear new (irafit. ,mtKcjktOB rhurrh>.. chopping. Priced for all 28c
...... the are so dear. I have Hazel Griffis' greatness, of the universe. quart
.L 'IESei quirk vale, '''.t50. Dr. Paul Beckwith of Grand I Dave Greens last Sunday. Only
Rapids, Mich. are guest speakersat ; Lavern Dyal, and Jimmie Clark picture from Highland and time will tell if man gets to outer
Lab, sandy bcK-h. 11.S..r Sohool: frame. BR LR. Park-of-the-Palms through this of the FFA Chapter attended thein Bud and Nellie Wilkinson and space and the moon as our satel
ear,. t BR. IK. Kit.. Din. arr. Kit. Porch. Bath Gartce. Work daughter Louise Johns and theirchildren. lites they have far GRAVES HOME DAIRfPHONE
Fair put above
Tampa last the
Tile bath. Iff. shady lot. !. room. Pretty lot. Low down payt. week. Both are well known I Saturday.
!.... ,IIeol. Term Good term *'*.130. evangelistic and conference work. Mrs. Joe Ray Harris and chil I am so proud of all of earth. I think heaven must be
Frank dren of Fort Myers visited Mrs. them. How I long some day to one of the stars perhaps we see 441-Y
I Boggs, popular bass soloist -
and recording artist, was heardIn. t L. Waters and the J. C. Harrells come back to see all of them and twinkling in the sky at night.
over the weekend.Mr. those beautiful children. I have God bless you every one.LOVE Rt. 2, Box 202 Starke Fla.
recital Thursday' night Feb. ,
picture too
1 13. He recently moved back to his and Mrs. John Freeman LURA.
home in Dallas, Texas after serving and children of Hawthorne visited

INCOME TAX RECORDS for two years as Minister of the A. I. Mann family last Sun-I -=-
Musiewitbthei'irit. Baptist

r Open An Account NowAt Church in Tallahassee. were day.Mrs..weekend Malcolm Lewis guests! and of chit Mrs.dijn JIMMY H0ORE| E FOR-YOUR MONEY

The Col. Emma from a E.week's Vogel visit has with returned Lewis' mother the Tampa in Largo Fair and'Monday.attended ANN nitrC INC

friends in Orlando.
Mrs. M. 0.- Harrell William,

KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Mrs. from J. Russell a week's Young visit has with returned I Regina ed friends and in Ramona Gainesville Harrell Sunday.visit- THE U. S. ROYAL AND' GULF PRIDE

F.D.I.C.A her daughter. Miss Edith Youngin Mrs. Vernon Jones ,of Gainesville SWEEPSTAKES
Miami. Mr. Young drove down
was the weekend guest of ,
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
with Mrs. Young and returnedlast Mrs. Bulah Harrell.

weekend. Mrs. Young remained Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Layfield

for the Yehudi Menuhin-Miami and children of Gainesville were
University Symphony concert on Sunday dinner guests of the Noon

Monday. f Motts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sim- Grand Awards

Whitman's Candies mons of the Antioch section were
atkIin ideas ...yyyyyyyyyyyy..yyyyyy1PINE
c r- Saturday guests of the Motts.
:e foryour IN VALENTINE BOXES Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonvillewas
: LEVEL the Sunday guest of her mo-

a' "The Perfect Gift To ther, Mrs. H. O. Brown.Jo .

t' c. Mrs. H. M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ann Thomas of Jacksonville,
w; Please All Ages* and Donald Thomas of Georgia 1 AflA SOHii

visited their parents, the Troy
Full Line of Cosmetics and Perfumes We had a good attendance at Thomases, last weekend.

Sunday School and church. Bro. Kay Thomas of Bland was the Green

Valentine Novelties and Other GiftsWe Roman Alvarez brought the mes.. overnight guest of Glenda Sue Stamps
sage at the evening service in the Thomas last Friday and Saturday.
absence of the pastor. Rev. Hand Glenda Sue Kay Patricia Thomas -
take pride in our rapid and accurate Prescription Dr. Engle, pastor of Berea and Carolyn Hunter attendedthe

Service. Let us fill next prescription. Fair in Tampa. FIRST DRAWING
your Baptist Church in Jacksonville S&H
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Thomas GREEN STAMPS To The
PHONE 2161 left Monday morning for Memphis of Panama City were weekend 5.000

BEIOTE DRUG STORE the Tenn.Seminary where Board they will Meetingthis attend Thomas.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lucky Sweepstake Ticket Holder March 15

week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson of fir'Winner

Melody We were Quartet glad of to Deland have with the Gainesville Mrs. Groover were Thomas.weekend guestsof To Be Announced Over WRGR At J2:30 P. M.

and A. L. Green and
Mr. Mrs. ,
us at church Wednesday night of

TOWN FINANCE COMPANY last The week.Heart of Florida Youth weekend Annette and guests Joe of Green M. Sgt.,were and S & H GREEN STAMPS To The Lucky Sweepstake Ticket
Mrs. W. E. Plummer at Emory 1 000
met with Pine Level Church last
Friday night with a large attend University in Atlanta, Ga. Holder -. Mar. 18 19 21 25 26 28 -. April 1,2 4 8 9 11NOTHING
114 West Call St. Phone 544 Mr:and Mrs. G. W. Davis, Bar- ,
ance. bara Sue and Dickie Davis attended -
r Sorry to report the illness of a luncheon honoring Mrs.
Now Making Yvonne Conner. Victoria Griner's 63rd birthday TO BUY -- NO STRINGS ATTACHED -. YOUR PRES-

Recent visitors of the A. J. anniversary In Blackshear, Ga.
LOANS TO ,ALL PERSONS Fenders were Mr. Fender's-mother last Sunday. ENCE NOT NECESSARY

Regularly Employed Without Co-Sieners Mrs. Lila Smith, and his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Stokes
Mrs. Mary Whittington both of and children Mr. and Mrs. S. A. _

LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS I and Orlando Alvin: his Kirkland two uncles, and a Reaves cousin and Dority children and Mrs.of Alachua Fred Lemnah visited FREE Sweepstake Tickets To Anyone Who Comes Into Starke (Jimmy

$25.00 TO $600.00 Bob Kirkland of Groveland. Also the Junior Stokes children last
Moore) Tire Sales Court and Madison Streets.
an uncle, Leland Kirkland of the Saturday.Mrs. ,
Air Force in Puerto Rico. While Viola Gillis is visiting Mrs. -- _
LOANS OF ALL TYPES here they attended the funeralof Jewel Eddie in Waldo for a few All Sweepstake Winners Must Claim Their Prizes Before Noon of the Next Drawing

Personal, Furniture; Auto, Real Estate their sister and aunt, Rency days. Date
-- Winning Numbers Will Be Posted in Our Windows.
Newmans, in Lakeland, and left Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and
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LOANS FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSES for Atlanta, Ga. last Friday. children of Starke. Mr. and Mrs.I
Mr. and Mrs.'Joe Fouts of i H. E. Stokes and Mr. and Mrs. Employees of Starke Tire Sales or Members of Their Family and its Advertising
Consolidate Bills, Reduce ,Payments, Medical. Taxes, Junior Stokes and children were
Lakeland stopped by for a short: Agencies Are Not Eligible to Participate.
Refinancing, Emergencies, Etc. visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. dinner guests of the Randolph

Lewis Wednesday of last week on I Stokes in Alachua Sunday.
LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETSSmall their way to California where Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Wood of Jimmy Moore's
Fouts is stationed in the Air Townville. S, C. are visiting the
Monthly Payments Up To 24 Months Force. Lloyd Wood family for a few days. Starke Tire Sales

Ralph Hall of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. A.. Guest and
LOANS ARE OUR BUSINESS spent Saturday night with James daughters of Nashville. Ga.: were !I
weekend guests of the W. E. Big-
We're Here To Serve You Regardless of Who You Owe McRae. ,
The Robert Taylor family of Allan Lewis is visiting friends GOOD GULF GAS AND OIL

See Us For Prompt Efficient and Courteous Service For Olustee visited the H. M." McRaes in St. Augustine for a few days.

,All Your Money Needs last Saturday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Short of U.SIROYALTIRES
the McRaes were Mrs. Edward \
Gainesville were weekend guestsof
Browning and son and Ralph and
f Diane Hall all of Jacksonville.Miss Mrs. Amanda Lewis. of Guaranteed
! TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Citizens Council Meeting : Plenty Recaps

Pansy Crosby came home Attention, all citizens in and
AT STARKE Saturday from Jacksonville and around Brooker. There will be a f
was here among the young peoplewho Citizen's Council meeting at the MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS
(Across Sreel From Olen's Dept. Store) gathered at the home of her Community Center on Friday,

144 W. Call.St.- Phone 544 parents to help celebrate Gloria's Feb. 14, at 7:30 p. m. Everyone is Free Awards Borum Boats Norris Craft Fiberglass Boats
birthday. We wish
you many urged to attend and bring a
more happy birthdays, Gloria. friend. .,.
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Lutheran Service St. Edward Church St., Mark's Episcopal.Bey their choice Scoutmaster B T. ingforship' at 11 a. m. Evening Belle Tyson reporter. i
Marshall Sr. made a brief state- service at 6 p. m. The fourth Sun- Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. Home I'

t:!.. E,. Washington. St, St. Edward's, Starke: Sunday ,Rajnwrwl, .MacRlala. ment at New Bethel Baptist day, Feb. 23, presiding Elder Jen- Missions was the subject at 12
Regular service will be held Mass, 9:30 a. m. Holyday Masses Sunday Services-9:45- am.. Church on Sunday morning and kins will hold his second quarterly o'clock last Sunday; with the vice
ACIWRCRNEWS every. Sunday afternoon,, at 2:30 6:30 and 8:30 a. m. Catechism Church School;, 11:00.ajiL,, Morning presented- Scout Robert Ellersonto conference. All members are president Ella Mae Perry, leading
cclock; Sunday School and Confirmation Class for children every Saturday Prayer and Sermon. take the offering for morn- asked to pay assessments to their prayer meeting. Then: the meetingwas
i classes at 3 oclock. 9:30 a. m. Holy Communion-First Sunday ing. Supervisor? Shell commendedthe class leaders so that we may makea turned back to 'the president,
i The Rev. Myron G. Mader pas- St: William's, Keystone 11:00 a.m.; Third. Sunday, 42 members of the troop for round report. Choirs and other Janie Mitchell for a business ses
t tor of The First Lutheran Churchof Heights (follow Hiway 21 south 7:30 a.m. the very fine. work they are doing auxiliaries of the church are ask- sion.
IAt The Tabernacle Ocala will conduct the to St. William sign Sunday Mass Wednesday 7:00 p.m., Choir I'I under the wonderful leadership of ed to report<< at least $2 each moreif Rayfield Perry Jr. was released'
Presbyterian Church I services.All &15 a.m. Holyday[ Mass 7:30. Practice; 7:45 pjn. Litany and Deacon B. T. Marshall Sr. During possible. Junior choir rehearsalis from the Bradford County Hospital -
The- Fundamental Gospel persons without a home a'm. Confessions before all Mass-' Bible Study. February the troop worshipped at being held each Monday Wed after being there for 10 days
JWday -Adult Choir practice, I Tabernacle group got off, to a church are invited to attend. es. Other meetings and Antioch Baptist Church. It is a nesday and Friday afternoons, with pneumonia and has return
7.30p: m. good start this week., in the studyof announcement. part of their program to worship parents are asked to send the ed to his job.Ellamae .
SundayChurch School for all Old Testament characters First Christian Church GRAHAMBAPTIST with some church in the county children please. Our sick; include Perry, reporter.
ages, 9:45: a. m.; Morning Wara1n whom God used as the foundationof CHUKCII ffTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf, each month. Other Scoutcraft Sister 'Helen Williams and Bro. ----

service, "Living One's Religion His work among men. The Morning worship, 11 a.m. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning skills being developed by Scout- Willie Bass. Donations cards and
," recognition of Pack 307, studies. will later be carried into Rev. J. E. Sherwood pastor .. Worship 11 a. 'm. Training NORTH SIDEBy master Marshal are model camps, other types of cheer will be ap- GAY'SHome
11 a. m.; Congregational meeting the characters of the Church age. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor camp scouting fires, first aid preciated by these members. Remember -
after the service to elect two dea- It is desired that all members tobe Youth Churcn, T p.m. ship 7:30 p. m.-. Rev. W. O. Mrs., Carl Brown shelters, pack and packing, safety your missionary work AppliancesYour

cons; Youth fellowships 6 p. m.; > present and participate in Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Collins Sr., pastor. 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGuess knots and lashing camp gadgets, must begin at home with our sick
Evening Worship service, "The these studies which no doubt will 7:30: p.m. I fire building church activities, and Friendly '
spread abroad. Sister E. J.
Crucifixion," 7:30: p. m. prove of much interest and profit Adult Choir practice 6:45: p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH you wonder what hap- wild ,life conservation, axeman- .
Tuesday, Starke Social Club to those attending. I Wednesday. Sunday'School, H. d. m.;morn. pen to our column for the past ship and improvised cooking. With Givens. reporter. Norge Dealer If .
St Edward's Parish Hall. 7:30 p. Attention is called to the return Ladies Council 1st and 3rd Ing worship 11 a. m.; training two weeks. Well, week before lastI these skills any or all of these I Pleasant Grove Methodist
m, Tuesday nights.Everybody union 7 p. m.; evening worship was visiting my brother. HenryC. boys will be well adjusted at Camp Church Rev. H. J. Blount pastor, 6 NQRGE APPLUNCESMAYTAG ,
engagement of the inimitable Martin in Alabama who was will hold regular service I
Wednesday. Men of the Church welcome to each 8 p. m. Cocoachee this summer. Plan now starting
Supper Meeting 7 p. m. Scotsman Dr. John McNeill Friday service. Wednesday-Hour of Prayer recovering from an operation, and to send<< your boy and help those with Sunday School at 10 a. m. 0 WASHERS f
Saturday and Sunday even- 8 p. m. last week'we had two deaths in less fortunate to go. Charles Cov- Supt Leo DeSue in charge. 11 a.
Thursday, Junior Choir pract- ings and, Sunday forenoon [the CHURCH OF CHRIST our family: my uncle. Walter ineton.!: reoorter.-. m. sermon by the. pastor.- During- 0 COLEMAN HEATERS and
3:30 .
: p. m.Methodist C. L. Overturf Jr, Minister I HIGHLAND Futch of Titusville. and my Church NewsEbenezer the evening service hour a spirit- FLOOR FURNACESWe
14th, 15th and 16th. Special musicis
Sunday '- Sunday School, 10 BAPTIST CHURCH grandfather E. C. Clark. Baptist Church held ual gospel feast will be given by \
Church always a feature of Dr. Mc- a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Rev. English Byrd of Douglas a week of installation services the Versiteers of Jacksonville.This Service All Makes ,
Neill's services and will be especially evening service, 6:30 p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Ga. supplied at our church the from Feburary to 16th. The group has appeared in Of AppllanceiPhone ..
Church School, 9:45: a. m. emphasized on this occasion Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each past two Sundays. He was accompanied program as follows: Monday Starke before and thrilled all who:
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Dine- m. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. this week by Bro. Dave Church and Sunday School in heard them. Come and hear them 10 :
A.Mite.for MYP 6:15: p. m. Busi- I George Chism pastor. Everybody Ginnis also of Douglas. They were charge; Tuesday night Rev. L. W. at 8 p. m. at Pleasant Grove Starke, Florid
ness and worship meetings for LONG BRIDGE CHURCH PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS welcome. I Sunday dinner guests of the S. C. Mosley and members of New Hope Church admission free. Mary r

Senior and Intermediate Schedule of services: Sunday' CHURCH Harleys.An Church: Wednesday. Mothers, I
'MYF, School, 10 a. m.; Worship.Service Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Association Brotherhood Deacons, Trustees and Choir: : ,
6:45 p. m. Evening Worship. 7:30p. 11 a. m. Study Service, 7 f Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic (presently meeting in City Hall meeting was held at Pickettville Thursday Rev. Lee, Antioch; Fri- GROVELAND DISPERSION SALE

m. You are cordially invited to p. m. Evening Worship, 730; p.I services, 7:30 p. m. Sunday-Bible study 10 a. m., Church Tuesday night of last day, Rev..Richardson, Mt PisgahA.
come, and worship with us. ,A m. Midweek Prayer and Study, Wednesday Prayer Meeting worship, 11 a.,m.EveningYoung. week.,We hope some of the North M. E. Church; Sunday, Feb. 16, February 17 &. 18 L-10:00 A.M.
nursery is provided 'for both 7:30 Bible Side men were able to attend. Youth in charge '
p. m.-Rev. Jack F. Siemej', 1j2& p. m. people's I. 11:30: a.m. ;
morning: aervicea.t pastor. 4 j l', study, 7; preaching, 7:30. An Associational WMU meetingwill 3:00: p. m. Rev. A. Vinson, New FEATURING .
NEW RIVER Wednesday-Bibl& study, 7:30p. : be held also at PickettviUe Bethel and Moderator McArthurof Many Famous Cattle
: BAPTIST CHURCH ra. Church this Friday morning at Mt. Sinia MBA and Keystone
FIRST I Sunday Scheol, 10 a. m. WOT- Radio ProgramStation 9:30 o'clock' All who wish to go Heights; Sunday night 7:30p. m. OVER 250 HEAD SELL. l
BAPTIST Church. Starke shin[ Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Sere. WRGR, Monday, 6:30.: .a. m. will please meet at the church Rev. E. Robinson, pastor will have
.x: 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each 1 and we will go together. charge. Dinner will be served at GROVEIAND '
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Wednesday 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF GOD Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp have the .church. by members to all mm /;
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning been on. a two weeks yacation, persons attending. Come out and
. Jefferson and Court Streets ..- In the. Heart of Town EVERGREENBAPTIST Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday during which they visited relativesin have a spiritual feast as well as Lake Wales, Fla.HUNDRED3.
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 CHURCH Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPE Gainesville and Jacksonville. an eating feast. Sis. Raygell Eng i r..o r
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m Mrs. Maude Wainwright spent fish: reporter. Philadelphia Baptist '

Ii i SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P_M. ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 Prayer: Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m the weekend with, her daughter' Church. of Lawtey will cele-
, p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer 1A\\"ItY Mrs. A. J. Boles in Waldo. brate Men's Day on Sunday Feu.
I, Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. Frank of Lake- 16, at 3 p. m. The following pro-
l'', -' Worship 11 a. m. YPE. Service land spent the past weekend with gram will be presented: Prof. Ed-
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.FRIENDLYWELCOME CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Saturday, 7:30 p. m. her brother, Oscar Carter, and die Thompkins", master of cere-

LATTER DAY SAINTS family. monies; prayer Rev. George Lee;
A AWAITS YOU Services each Sunday; in old HEILBRONX MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johns and Solo Bro. Linwood Crawford; introduction -
of details
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Masonic Hall on 'E. Call St: Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH children of Tenth Street Church of speaker Deacon are managed and economic-
.. School 11L m. Sacrament Sunday Schoc,: 10, a. m. Morning in Jacksonville attended services Carlswell; address, Rev, E. B. ally attended that only a, trained and
Worship, 11 a. m,' Evening with us last Sunday- morning. Burroughs; solo, Deacon Julius careful organization can attend when
Service 6:30 wel .
s',; come. p. m. Everyone Worship, 7:30 p. m. TrainingUnion Happy to have Sister Eva-Whit- Royal; offertory, Bro. Louis Kelly the urgent need, .for serving i is 'at
I (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- taker back with us after spending and Deacon Willie Green. Deacon hand.
Madison. Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday four weeks in Kentucky, wadingin Franklin is general chairman of - -
Street Church KlflGSTJEf> LAKE
I MISSIONARY BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. ice and snow. this program and is inviting all t
Carolyn Brown celebrate: Jrer !members and friends to attend.
,(Presently Meeting Washington and. Grand.. Sts.) Sunday School 11 9:45: a.m. Morning HAMPTON 6th birthday anniversary Monday I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, DeWITT C. JONES
Worship a.m. Evening
CHRISTIAN CHURCH night with ice and cake. will ... Phone
Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor 7. Starke Fla.
GOOD SINGING FORCEFUL Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetinp 1.t 0 I ---- ____
PREACHING Christian Endeavor Friday Enjoying the occasion with her hold regular ,service on Sunday
EACH each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday,, I were her grandparents Mr and starting:with Sunday School at 10 Funeral Director Ambulant Serrict I
LORD'S DAY welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott,
7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Mrs. Carl Thomas and children, Thomas in
a.' m., Supt. Irene '
Our local funeral
pastor. Worship. home enable tu to- offer coarecleseei u4ervlcei
I ship, 11 a. m. Evening her great grandmother, Susie charge We-are asking the parentSnot
Sunday School ____ Bible School 10 a. m. ,not atherwlse available.We .
-- 9:45 A.M HTiVAY CHAPEL 7:30: p. m. Clark; and Mr and Mrs. Billy just.,send their children but
Morning Worship _____ --- _,__--31:00 A.M. ASSEMBLY' OF GODG. Martin and children. come.out. and bring them so all ,, II ,,
Training Union -_______1. 6:15 P.M.: I M. Osborne Pastor FAITH\BAPTIST CHURCH Johnny Scott spent several days of you may receieve) some Chris
furnish the service and
highest type at lowest prlcea,
{toning Worship-__________-___"___._ 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 10 a ml: Morn E Massey LawteyA. Pastor in Tampa to attend the Fair and tian:teacling. AIL the lessons this accept ANT life insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY 1-
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 PM I ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic Gasparilla. quarter are based*on the Church
Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday Bible school 10 a. m. 'Mr. and. Mrs. A. W. Brown of and your Privileges. as well as company, M payment la part or la full on a funeral I t I

Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation weekly prayer service. Invita- Preaching 11 a. m. the State-Farm had as Sunday responsibilities as.membes.: Morn Consultation earrtai BO WiatUa-- I
Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lucille Rowe Mrs
To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church tion extended to" everyone. guests -
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Emma Jo Hardenbrook' and'' children -
Nursery open for all services: Room for all. 7:30 p m., Wednesday.Radio Mrs. Doris Hall and children

Rev. Jack H. Mabry Jr., Pastor; p. T. Nolin AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH program 8 to 8:30 ,a. of. Keystone J. B. Stuart of Madison ;.
Supt. S. S, Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn
'...! --- -.-[-ll-l II II -, __ m. each Sunday over statkH l' and Mr and' Mrs. Carl
? I I .0.44 -A '.' ing Worship 11 a. m. Training WRGR, Starke Brown and children.
Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor- I

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Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. '' '
pp l'lill'T101"S 'on us -to fill your doctor's prescriptions Everyone welcome.
promptly and with the utmost SEVEN1H DAY

) ,." accuracy. Our extreme care in fill- ADVENTIST CHURCH By Ozora J. Shell&AA..AA&

Services each Sabbath In the ..... .. .. .. .. .. . . . .. . . . . . .
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ing every prescription is your guarantee home of S. N. Brown across from
F Bethel Baptist Church east of 13 Fatherless Children a good job. All members donating
that )'OU'will get just what Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. On Monday Feb. 10, Jake Clarkof articles for this affair are askedto
Bible Study each WednesdAy Hampton died from a. heart bring'Friday morning.
the doctor ordered. 7:30 p. m.-Ardro Mote, pastor. attack. He had worked about one The banquet Is being held in the
hour during the morning withJ. interest of Eccleston -< Callahan
LET US FILL YOUR.. NEXT PRESCRIPTIONFLYNN'S NORTH SIDE T. Altman of. Starke when he Crippled Children's' Home in Or-
BAPTIST CHURCH was striken. He was a faithful lando. A new hospital is being
Sunday, School 10 a., m., Morn- member of the Macedonia Baptist built and our Eleventh District
DRUG STORE ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Church, where he attended church has to raise 5000.= Vice-Com-
Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship even last Sunday. He leaves to mander Julius Royal has secureda f
220 N::Temple. Phone'79 7:30 p: m" Prayer' Meeting mourn his loss a wife Clora :B. good speaker and will serve as
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone Clark: mother Ada Clark: sister. toastmaster for the dinner.
welcome. E. C. Harvey pastor, Irene Jenkins: brother, Herbert Basketball TournamentOn r. 'M' I Iaz It
Clark: 13 children ranging in Sunday, Feb. 9, coaches -ac4
ages from seven months to 19 Butler and Shell attended the
years, and a host of cousins, other Class "B" athletic meeting at the
FREE FREE relatives and friends. Persons W. E:' Harris Vocational High L
wishing to help this family or send School in Hastings to draw for
condolences may write: P. O. Box participation in ,the tournament
14 FT. B.C. SPECIAL BOAT 39-A, Hampton, Fla.. Funeral arrangements which will be held in St. Augus- ..

will be announced by tine on' Feb.23 and March 1.
"' .... "
., .... Hughes Chestnut Funeral Directors The girls wil play.Fessenden High w
L. "' h.. I i i of Geinesville. The oldest School of Ocala while the boys
L I daughter. Paghne mark, 1* a senior will j meet Belleview-Saiitos, also
at RJE High School.? in Marion County. We, have nofc:
a It's A Girl! played either of these teams dur-
i, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Phillips ing the season so all we can pray
!'announce the arrival of ft baby for is luck and the breaks: On .
f 1k girl on Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the Monday the teams played in : e N
< 9 Bradford County Hospital. The Fernandina1 Beach. The Peck High
-;-- mother is the former Annette Wolves and Wolverines were too LUDA
Bryant of Lincoln City Airman vicious for the Tigers and Tiger-
-I 9.4b i iI Philips stationed in Orlando.The ettes. On Wednesday they played

c'. .* I proud grandparents are Dunbar- High-'School. Green Cove ,,. <' 18 .ways new for performance surpassing
Ctemmer and Henry Bryant. Springs. Friday night starting at
a Lincoln-Douglass>Dinner 7:30 at the RJfi MTurf-na-toriumr: ; that of 1 any car you have ever owned'Our'rugged

Come see, come hear come eat; at 7:30: p. m.,. should.the weather
with, the members of American permit Peck High Femandina+ land demands performance, V-8 engines (up to 360 hp) have Cool-
.. Legion Post.314 and 'Auxiliary Beach I win play the return game I
and here's the car that gives it! Mercury. Power design: 12 new ideas that, cut
4v' Starke on Saturday night at 8 out as there 'will
P'I here. come .
i '58 melt under heat and friction make fuel'.go: farther
a mountain ,
3'I J you;
,.. .. .,, )}ta, \a, the ftatetatiusa ot'RJE. inI ibe jUt one more game t.ttti..
I terta'mment1 be lurulshed by which will Wednesday.. Feb. 19; ymtaiijfe: a twisted It. KeN" MaraoSfer IS,ways" .. new. in. air Come. vtv.,coua .emt

'n t ac. a>au.. 3 :the. "Rocfc and! Ro{{" Eleventh with Callahan svrfe; and boys of
I grade class under the direction of! the Pine Forest Community ,
Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson Motor and Murray Trailer Mrs. F. S. Pierce who, will thrill School. These Tigers never say "I'', .

you as she sings "I Love you for "die", with the slump in the season V..
IR1VE IN AND REGISTER NOW! Sentimental Reasons supportedby I they are optimistic' about the :,..t.f. Yr 1

the wonderful quartette led by tournament and plan to win the .
Mary1 Helen White''' and" championship according tocap- ".
NO PURCHASE NECESSARYF You can't miss hearing, others:1 tain Johnny Jackson who was the i. '_

Dougall as he croons out "spark-plug" of the team
F F soul, and Afred.Lee Baker who is I throughout .game' on Mondayin
IIIADtDIAI SERVICE. begging "Never- Let Me Go." Fernandina.. Let's keep their
R R Everybody will- be. there if you spirit Wgh'and support them: for .Doat miss the big. television hart, "The Ed Sullivan Show" Sun. -ening.. S to 9 I Station, :WRGR' Channel 1
don't believe'''it, come,and see. Mrs. the: last two> games: All,patrons

E tLIIILaIUttLiSTATIONE: : Alma chairman Royal of1 Jenkins the Turkey is general dinner. Boy and friends Scouts are invited to attend. ;;McGRIFF MERCURY .. MOTORS

l37; ; .lrTt>c. tempfe: Aye.. -.,U. S. 3Qt Starke.Floridn assisted by Mrs. Ethel Young. Troop celebrated National 1 '
Both, are employed In the RJB: Boy Scout"Week by attending tiledo : Pnpnfr447 ,Jtarke.. Florida Court & Jefferson Sri.of .
I cafeteria and well qualified to I Sunday; ''School and church' -


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Calnea Sarah G SfrK-kland. J B R wt'll' Vi"la height. Swivel ball-bearing casters.
Carlton, Robert G SUmm r\1l1e. Clyde l.'o
Carter. Charles G C. Savage Saxon E Seat size,19Vz" x 17W' x 2'n",;

Chandler Caro 'l.TuJQr..E lie Lee Edward'Chutf'en. G Famous
Saxon Rand
J R, Sr. Thomas C JlTb Saxon, \Vew.1 c P ,. .. Remington
Chanteen. Jessie N mas, George W Slade..; Truby C

Clark Clark Clark, Buster Connie Foy Mack Thomas Thomas Thomas. Irene Leora Lillie Drake E Thompson Throrkmorton John, diariesThro.kmortfn. C 10 KEY ADDING MACHINES' 0 0 0 -

Colxen., William Marie PColsen 'Ira Thomas Thomas, Olson Ovid R S Winfred from GeJll. Gray.. Oak Lest Gttt .. Brew

(Cone Henry Thomas.Vm.: 0 Vnflerwond. Bes-sle MConner MWalker. Priced O9 75 i... Saddle Tae .Terra Cotta ... Win ...
Cone Winnie C Thome, D L I.Inlt'Martha H' Sopphirt Blu* end loft pastel had.. .*
E O Thornton, Peatriee E Williams, I Plus Tax
C 3595Plus ral..Appl Gtt..Ru'.J
Conway Lillien F Thornton, Harley William >
Cook Earl Thornton... Ollie "Wilson. Mattie U Tax
Cook UU D Tho'rnton. Thelma B Preeisito.. 6 ..
Covlngton. Lawrence Thornton, Willis' j nrrriTurnier. I
11 Crew I. Carrie A Harry Francis Barnhill. B M ( y ,
Crews, Enoch Tyson, liable Bowles, Marion B ALSO
Crews K T Warren. Hazel Ralph SMTH-CORONA
;r Crlbbs, Luther H Warren M Dewy Dicks: Emmette ZCrosby. <;'
B White! Homer, Donl'y ; b .
; Robert : Willie a M
x Davis C H Whitehead. Audrey B Geiger,, Benjamin F dU1S
Davis. Isham R Wllkea. Anna B Heroux. George A Full Keyboard Adding Machines __
Davie Robert L William Benj. JWilliams. Hntson, Jane G j ,zz
Joe R y
to Dell PerthaL KelsapEunire 1 v
,! Denmark; Georgia L. V1Uiams. John Uassa, GeorgeMaga. ,
Dennis LonnleF. wltowak- LHeaterS Lucile Z Priced from.
i;-; DeSue DeSue.WHUrdpigea, Obey Prerlwt L N* S Mitchell Bessie Lee C y QQ.50Plus Tax SECRET VAUIT
StarksNorwood.. Thomas L
Christine L S-tll
W Aaron. Mabel.B Reeder, Georga-W -for and other
Powling.Dowdy< Normaa Elaine Andrews Weeley Speed Rosa; Belle TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE personal papers
Powlingt WillIam B Ronald Speed. Will valuables (only YOU know the

Downey, Mary D Baggelt Marcus B Taylor.Mattie Martin M P dial combination). Also: two
4 I Duke Dyal: Edna Glen P L Benton Batten: Clara P L C Preriart N.. 7 i : 'i'ia ball-bearing letter files. Two index

Ford. Patsy L Bland 0 B New BUer drawers for 3x5 or 4x6
M {
Rhoda LeeA
Foreman Dolvln Cameron. Barbara A Dowling,
it Foreman Eitelle E Chambers., Alma M Renfroe, Benjamin F cards ((6400 capacity), or for
Fowler Dewey W Chamber, L E" Snowden Mary cancelled checks
s Mae Chandler Chaney Starling Minnie Le ; two adjustable -
Fowler; 'Jessie
; Fox Hubert A. Cheadle, Guy Turner Roan Joseph Smith-Corona te Tf + storage compartment

Fox, Mary H Cimino C PrerUet N.. I .-- under lock and key. Size 37ft"
4 JohnColeman.
Francis, Mary E Clark. Bre.ker T
Futch, 'Joanna W Sally Lee Anderson. Willette H t. high, 30ft" wide, 17' deep.

Gainer Nelson Louis Collins Colson. Ada Ruby.P L Baxter, Baulah L : I f Olive green or Cole gray.
Ghent Boone Vera Mae Secfruc Pt&Tat 'D ilF1LE'
SK t
G1blo;-Oscar Billie oliion, Wm. Standish Edwards, J V JrGldd.n With plunger-type I lock whisk
Jennie Mae Dahmer. Edw 1 Edwards, Zona C ...
1 Glddens. John W Davis. Jimye G Freeman John F ; 1 2.75 automatically lock al) drawers
Glass Annie- Davis, Lonie 1 Green. 'c ** No. 1478PI $67.43
Glass Bob WGoodman."J Dyal.Eavea.Frances Alma R L Hiers. Mary Long: There's just no comparison between the ease of operation cabinetA Plus Tax

4 L Jones Bryan William Smith-Corona Electric Portable.and other :
J Grant Estella Eberle, Rose'U of the new any

?' Green.' Doshia Fancher. R M A ,Jones Mott,, Marshall William\ RRaineyj portable in the world. A gentle touch of the keys and desk
Feeney. retractable
I Green,' Lee ;
II Green' MattU Feeney. Luke James Junior electric power takes over-speeding' you through your .

J Green'Odsll Roacoe Fowler.Garland Elizabeth Gertrude C 0 Roberson.. CharlesGreen Margaret SRoberxon. F typing quickly, quietly and effortlessly. SEE AND TRY plus a safe for valuables.x ,- _1

Grlffl.. Barbara Allen Gatlin, Lester Morris. Robinson.- MildredRogers. IT TODAYI drawers for checks
I Allie Mae Vernon A
Grlfflsj Bessie Ma Ueorce
j Griffin Mildred J. Gibbs, John Henry Russ 'Ethet files for letters, E; sa
Griff,''Knssell Goodman Viola Stokes Bertha E SMALL DOWN PAYMENT\ for books
r Griffia. Verna EHGriffis. Grld r. Rufus Yule Tyre. W-K compartments g :
Wee i:' Griffis. Harold M. Willis, Earl drawers for stationery"x. 6
Grimes, WIlls: Griffis. Roy Willis, F.vRlvn P 9.21 Per Month '
Hall Dora Ma* Gunter. Ethel MaeW"IOR.. R sle- and Index cards. trv
Hailer AMHalleri Hall Hus !HWitt
I W |C Hawkins, Lee. < A J Li. like a d! k I Iii
llamptod, Curtli Le -, Hills, Gladys E ..Witt Lul Id : Buil'' 1
Hampton, btra- ; 'llousman; Fred W ile
Other SMITH-CORONA Portables .1n )
RespecUuUr f" submltte.''this day of February, A.D. 1S58.U i-r ''i, est"

M.lin Crosby Supervisor! of Recl tra.Uoa. = I Will add dignity to any roam.A com- ; r

plete office combined into one handsome t '
'1 1UTtaH TO OKPKXD Hermine Holmes. Plaintiff vs. i unit protected by two strong

.. ClreaH Csart'Bradford Ceaaty, Olivia B. Balzanor formerlyOlivia outer doors under lock and key. & : -
j Florida: !. Chaarery.Mamie Bourne Sadd. formerly ] steel 32W' wide, 60"
l, ebvhlwk: Plaintiff YS. Olh-ia.,, Bourne ChlUJers Defendant i Heavy gauge
1450N.tie. 74.50Plus 19" Green or Cotegroy.
Herman Schlock Defendant Case No. t r high deep.
: ? for Typing
Case No. 12-291 T. Appear* .
Vetiee T. Appears Tel Olivia R Balxano formerly Mahogany 'or Knotty
X Grained
Olivia ; I
formerly c
Bourne. Sadd.
4 To: Herman Schlock, whose residence Olivia
additional. Iii
and address la: ill MetaI Bourn -ChiWers. whose residence Pine finish $15.00
Carolin ta. da...Mr. James Baluno.. 17 Tax '
Street, Aadersqn. South .
I You !late hereby notified that' a Suffolk, Street, Charleston Heights.S. F rr 1.I. V&ie I 1'1
and C. and whose address is co Fur- !
suit for- divorce care custody Attorneys 20* Cherry Jenkins
F control''cat'minor child man : The retractable desk I
the Avenue North Charleston. S. G Pictured at finger tips.
has been tiled against you in Right i
above named Court and cause and You are hereby notified that a L --' glides smoothly !in and' out. TABLE'
Bill in Nature of BiU of Re- 'UTILITY I
\\I you are required to serve a copy of suit for 'Lr
your answer or pleading to the complaint view The Skyriter "
a on the-Plaintiffs has been filed against you In the .95 for the Student
AttorneyJ.. Donald Gibson. 104 above named. Court and cause and I. '. .112 11-93 I
Smith Building. Jacksonville !. Flor- you are required to serve copy of Plus Tax Plus Tax -
.tda. your answer or' pleading to the complaint I
J and file the original in the office of on the Plaintiffs I I
r the Clflik ::of the Circuit Court on or Attorney Gerald R. Hart. SOl Smith' i
before the Building. Ja'ksonvUleFlorida .
t 24 day of February, UiS ; > and file the original in the office of Hundreds of Other Necessities The OfficeTmmSDA1'FEBJttrAJt1' III IIIit
otherwiw the allegations of said complaint the. Clerk of the Circuit Court on pr
J will 1* taken as, confessed by before the- '
B you. %4' dayof February UU: : J ill
i. This:notice shall published once otherwise ''the., allegations of said IIII
each wek' for four consecutive weeks Complaint will be, taken as confessed
B In the Bradford County Telegraph.Pated by you. :
this IT d y-f January, UU.t This notice\ shaft be published. ''
(0FF1a1A..asrr tf .. :" Ct\.el1 ch week for; four .consecutive,
t Charles A. Darby, weeks in the Bradford County Tele' BRADFORD I CO'TELEGRAPH
Clerk of the Circuit Court. graph. lill

By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Cll'rk.t Dated this 17 day of January, ,
> I%;' 4IU ms.

(OFFICIAL SF.ATJCbarleq .> '" _' > !f .
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NOTICR TO AFPKAB r; : t Clerk ol the Circuit Court II'II'J
!. Clrealt C..H. .BrsifMiL. Cssaty.1'larMsi ,. .?. Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk.
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placing old ties with new ones. friends in Hampton. the Elementary PTA meeting bert H. Mitchell Franklin Jordan. Aid suit is to remove cloud from WITNESS my hand us Clerk of
The nine trailers that left'' this Visiting Sunday at the home of missed an interesting program. THE BIGHT POINT for the Jr.. Mary J. Mitchell, James T. and quiet and confirm plaintiffs' said Circuit Court of Bradford
write. toutter, John McRae[ if alive, andif title to the above- described landsas County Florida, and the seal of
week comprise the district gang, :Mrs. Ina Knight and son were The count awarded way you Come in and select of
room prize was any the above named per- an indefeasible fee simple title said Court at Starke, Bradford
who do maintenance work'aU a- :Mr.> and Mrs. Junior demons and to three classes, Mrs. Register, your favorite ESTERBROOK sons be dead then to the unknownheirs thereto against the claims of you County, Florida, on the 4th day of
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPIL devisees, legatees, grantees, and each of you; and you are sum February A.r U58.
87 Bin. D. E. inn round this district, according to family of Heilbronn. Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Denton due creditors or other persons claimingany moned, ordered and required to file CIRCUIT COl'RT SEAL)
W. R. Smith, assistant trainmaster Mr. and Mrs. James Baker and to a tie. interest in the hereinafter described your written answer or defenses to CHARLES A. DARBY
property by, through under the complaint in said cause in the Clerk of Circuit Court of
AAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJBoxcar track supervisor. The 10 remaining ,son Mike of Roseville, Mich., ar- The High School PTA will meet IB flrcBit The Circuit Of Court Eighth Judicial or against each such deceased; office of the .undersigned Clerk of Bradford County, Florida.
Burned Near gangs and mechanized rived last weekend for a visit here Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Bradford riatj-Florida la .4nd for James T. Soutter and John McRae said Court at Starke, Florida, on Hollis V. Knight. Attorney for

Hampton Sunday machine outfits, he said, since with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. choral room. Principal Payne and CLYDE \0' Company as Trustees, and of all Florida persons claimingany Railroad or 1958 before, and to the serve 10th a day copy of thereofon March Plaintiffs :2/7 4l J/M

most of the present work is done brother-in-law and CARTER. interest in and to said Hollis V. Knight, -
Officials of the GS & F Railway H. Parker, faculty urge you to attend. Plaintiff property \ plaintiffs attorney -.
by machines. V. McGee assistant sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Misner, Plans being made for a V. by, through, under or against whose address is Starke,
each and
in Florida
were Hampton Monday investigating W. J. RED every such trustees; the on or before said date, as MUSIC LESSONS
the cause of a boxcar supervisor. is in charge of the and her grandfather John Park glorious ,Church HomecomingDay and If Dead r'to His Unknown If Alive, unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, required by the Laws of Florida
mechanized outfit here. er. Mrs. Baker and son plan .to March 2nd, with good sing- Heirs. Devisees. Legatees, or grantees, creditors and other persons and the 1954! Florida Rules of Civil Accordion Guitar
fire Sunday at theY" inter- Procedure.
Grantees, Defendant. !! claiming any Interest in said If you fail to so do, a
section, one-fourth mile north of Council OK' St. Work stay in Hampton for the next two ing and plenty of delicious food. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO property by, through, under or decree pro confesso will be entered Piano Marimba
Telephone Booth weeks and then to Pensacola, W. J. : against each Mary J. Jordan, deceased against you for the relief demanded
the Hampton depot. go Singing will begin immediatelyafter Dead If Alive and if Elmo Rodman Struth. deceased in the complaint Beginner Instruments
Hampton City Council had lit where Mr. Baker is to be locatedfor Sunday School and will con- Legatees: to His or Unknown Grantees Heirs Devisees, and Franklin Jordan as It is hereby ordered that this or-
Discovered about
11 Sun- Furnished
a. m. tie business brought before it at the next two months. tinue to one o'clock. At which Defendants Greetings: administrator of the estate of Mary der and notice shall be publishedonce
day, the fire burned only the floor You J. Jordan, deceased; and to all a week for four consecutive
are hereby
the regular meeting Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. James Broome time dinner will be served. After to title notified that a proceeding persons having or claiming any weeks in the Fradford County Telegraph Thursday Afternoons
quiet has
of the metal car before it was put I. ben brought
evening, Feb. 4, at Hampton City and family of Orlando spent last dinner, more singing will be en- in the Circuit Court for Bradford rlpht title or interest in and to the a newspaper published in. 119 S. Thompson St.
out. The boxcar had been parked I County, Florida, against all following lands situate in Brad Bradford County, Florida and having
about the : weekend with relatives here. JOYed.'Regular services of Training i claiming persons ford County Florida to-wit: a general circulation: in said
midnight night before Hall.The any estate righttitle or interest -
Council approved additional Eugene Simmons and Don Roberts Union and Evening Worshipwill in, or lien upon the followingescribed From the SW corner of NWU County.
co had been in that location only I real of SE i of Sec. 29, Twp. S S.. R.
about 12 hours. No cause had yet street repairs as soon as weather who have been staying near i be held at the appointed time Bradford County property, Florida situate to-wIt: m 22 E., run North 629: feet, thence

been established for the blaze. permits, and took steps to secure Hampton with Mr. Simmon's'I All are invited to join with us on Northeast one-quarter (XE 114) of run East 210 feet TO A POINT

an outside telephone booth brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and:t this happy.occasion. of the the Southeast Northeast one-quarter onequarterIE(SE 1U) OF 387 BEGINNING feet, thence,run thence North run 1 East degree II
Nine trailers of the "trailer
that would be accessible to the Mrs. R. C. Simmons, left Saturdayfor George Huggins reports on the 114) of Section Thirty-six (36), East 201 feet to South line

park" alongside Hampton railway public at all times. their former homes in Wins- Market Committee meeting held Township Twenty-two Five(22)(5)East South.containing Range of 100,right thence of run way West of State along Road said NOTICEEvery

depot left Tuesday this week, with Present at the meeting were ton-Salem, N. C. They had been at the courthouse last Friday nO) acres, more or less subject to South line 370 feet thence run
council chairman here for the last three or four well the road right of way of State Road South 1 degree East 196 feet to
10 more trailers to stay for approximately A. C. Dennison night. The entire county was 121 Point of Beginning being in
and councilmen F. Williams, G. P. months. represented and a committee of and you are hereby required to file NW>,4 of SE-4 of Sec. 29, Twp.
week longer to
a ,
Wadsworth and D. E. Hill; Mayor Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and 23 men debated and discussed the i with the Clerk of said Court your acres 6 S.,,'R. 22 EL,less containing 1.69
complete maintenance work on written appearance (personally, or by more or :
John Parker and Clerk W. H sons. James and Billy, both home market problems for three hours.! attorney in said proceeding, on or GREETINGS: You are hereby person who owns property in Bradford -
the GS & F railroad between from Air Force, spent last before the 10th day of March A. D. notified that a suit in equity has
Maxwell. the During this time, ways and plans
Valdosta, and Palatka. The crews, 958. and thereafter to file service on I been brought against you and each I County, Florida, should file a Tax- Returnand
William Home Named weekend in Tampa with Mr. and were set up to_better establish our the opposing counsel and file with I I fif you, and also against! SeaboardAir I
who have been, working on this "Man Of The Month" ,Mrs. R. C. Williams and son. market. The two main topics said Clerk your written defends, if Line Railroad Company lam applY for Homestead Exemptions with the County
strip for about 'a month, have any. to the Complaint at the times ella T Struth individually and as '
been ."surfacing" the A-2c William M. Horne, son of i Langford H. Hicks, son of Mr. were: volume of produce, and prescribed by law, therein setting up guardian of the person and property Tax Assessor on or before the First Day: of April,
raising Mr. and Mrs. J,, W. Home of and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks of Or- market manager. If the farmerscan the estate, right, title or interest in, of James Rodman Struth, a minor '
tracks and placing ballast be- or lien upon the above described pro- Merrill Struth, and Katberyn 1958.
neathand Hampton, was featured as "main- lando visited Monday in Hamptonwith assure the'State Market that perty claimed by you. Herein fail not Louella Struth a minor, as defendants -
"timbering" reInstallation tenance man of the month" for his grandmother Mrs. Ma- there will be a volume of produceat or judgment will. be entered against ; that the relief sought in

Homestead Air Force Base, in mie Meade. Before a furlough our market then the State yon WITNESS hv default mv hand and the seal of Following are the classes of property for

the base magazine. The maga- spent with his parents, he had will supply a market manager. It said Court' at Starke; ., Florida, this 31 which the Taxpayer should file his return:
P1411nbia FOR
) At January. !
zine story reported: been stationed in Italy with the was encouraging to have several 1951.CCIRC'PIT COURT SEAL
e )
Its Best "A 2c William M. Home, jet Air Force, and this week was on business men present who pledged Charles A. Darby, I

All Types mechanic, 28th Bomb. Sq. *has his way to California. their support. Our community was Court As c Clerk of theme above styled Termite Contra! REAL ESTATE

been selected as maintenance man Mrs. Opal Weathersby of Bran- well represented by Wade Gas- By Marian L. Crosby D C. .

Economical of the month for his SQuadron. ford is visiting this week in kins, Darby Gaskins; Cecil Craw- // t28 I
Prices He was chosen for his outstanding Hampton with her brotherinlawand ford, Morris Carter, Harold Norman !. The Circuit Court Of Bradford ft GommercbJ YOUR LAND PLUS IMPROVEMENTS

performance of his duties as crew I sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Raymond Crosby, and Ed r..t,.. Plorldat la .CbaBfrrr. Pest ControlS

and ServiceOf chief of a B-47, and was awarded Alderman.Mr. Durban. J. R. Kelly is sending J. M. EDWARDS and LUCILLE C.
EDWARDS his Grove
wife Spraying
All Types a watch. Airman Home was assigned and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand survey questionnaires of acreageof Plaintiffs, PERSONAL PROPERTYSTOCKS

here from jet mechanic Mrs. Dot Eiland spent last vegetables to all farmers. This VR. Call FB. 6-80M
Plumbing Heating AIR LINE RAiLROAD
school in February 1957. 1' weekend in Bradenton with Mr. form is very'important and eachis COMPANY, et aI,

He has also been selected as i and Mrs. Donald McMahone and requested to fill out and returnit DefendantsAOTICE Florida Peat Control OF MERCHANDISE,
GNANNPLUMBING outstanding airman of the 28th son. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick wat- at your earliest possible con- U Tie Name of the Mate of Florida
CO. Bomb Squadron for the period terson of Starke also drove downto venience. There will be another To Florida Railroad Company & Chemical Co. EQUIPMENT & FURNISHINGS,

July 1. 1957 to December 31, 1957. Bradenton to visit the Mc- big farmers meeting at the court- now West known India 'as Transit Atlantic Company Oulf and, a 24 N. W. 16th Ave. MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK,

118 Court Street PersonalsMrs. Mahones on Sunday, and remained house Friday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p. Florida corporation, L. C. Prescott,

PHONE, 514-J T. E. Simmons left Satur- overnight to see the State Fair m. to hear the recommendationsand Julia Hollister C. Prescott, Franklin J. S.Jordan Lane,, Lenora Al-- Gainesville, Florida TRACTOR, FARM EQUIPMENT

day by train for her home in in Tampa.on Monday. plans that this committeewill !

Night Call Collect 2396 I Chase City Va. after a week's Returning to classes at the Uni- present.: Attend this very important Et, Cetera

Keystone Heights visit here with the R. O. Simmons versity of Florida this week as the meeting, your county's I
I family, and other relatives and second semester began were T. J. growth and welfare depends Business

Alderman Barbara Matchett, and largely on good farming. Good It It's Glass We Have Itl! Intangible Personal PropertyTHIS

Wayne Matchett of Hampton farmers we have, .and with the CALL WRITE or VISIT

after two weeks vacation.HEILBRONN. help of everybody, a growing
One of 14 hazards Starke market will soon be ours 4 INCLUDES STOCKS, BONDS,
Joe Peters Glass Co.
nRyyAyV, y ..Y yY too.Prayer MORTGAGES ETC.
home ,
your requested. ,for J, E.

t! '"' should be (Son! Rosier, who is,very ill. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Very glad to report that manyof We Design Modern Store Fronts
our sick'are feeling better and
protected against By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Just Mail Us A Pattern'Table for
we are thankful to our Loving i

&...&&&&&&&&&&&u.uuf God. D. A. Judd is improving and 1313 Tops TAX ASSESSORTITTTTIf
N.W. 4th PI Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
Vandals destroy millions of dollars worth of property every Hi Everbody. and a happy will be released from the Bradford I

year .-. and nobody knows where they will strike next. Our Valentine's day to all! February County Hospital soon. Mr. Mc- If f
J-Policy Home Protection "Package" protects you against Cormick, Ernest Harris, and my --
14th. is the day on which, in I
vandalism and a long list of other hazards including fire husband. Harvey, are better also. i

smoke theft. liability. ..windstorm. falling objects England and Scotland, in former Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carmichaelof

hail.. Class breakage vehicle damage explosion times, each young bachelor and Palm Beach were weekend
Just'one policy. with one premium. Convenient. Economical maid received by lot one of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
Call us for details. opposite sex as "valentine" for Crosby.

,the year. It was a kind of mock Mrs. Raymond Redding of -

fi rr HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY giving betrothal of, presents.and was marked The usage by the no Wildwood with her parents will spend, Mr.this and week Mrs.

doubt grew out of the old notion,
H. D. Starling.

.200 E. Can Street"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" Phone 146 speare alluded, that to by on Chaucer this day and birds Shake-first Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish and !

son, Keith, and Mrs. Annie Kelly 58 "DUAL COM FORT"Sofa"
choose their mates. Don't forget
Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536-J were Sunday visitors at Cedar
your special Valentine!
V Starke, Florida .
Those that couldn't toHeat
come Key.Misses w
Joyce, Judy and Delvene

Morgan spent the weekend with
( Bed Suite 7
.. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Registerand
-:'. ::i :-.' :: family in St. Petersburg. Dur- ,fro ,1 ,

.. jo' '. .-: ing this time they visited the Fair Jq t f 1
.a' .' at Tampa. '
4''r Thornton and Mrs. i
.. Mrs. Henry
1. ,'J...:.... 4'iol" Annie Kelly visited Monday even- :
.. v '.: ,I. .- Ing with the latter's son and / aA
1. M ... r .w..n.v nw.w.i' .
.,... .' .,'' .' .. ,'... .. ', :.... .' VENTS wife, Mr. and Mrs. Warren ISco- A '

I '. :. ..' .' i bie Kelly of Palatka. '
Home of the U. S. Air a
i I James n'a
'.. : NO FlAME Force, stationed at Dallas, Wyo- ,'''.r'xQ'Y 2.r w :
: .. ming visited Keith Reddish Friday Af.: "o 'g5w a.4, ac
'., jf night. Mr.: Home is from
"> ,
Hampton and enjoying a month'sleave

NO FLUES e from his base.

water Our Sunday 'guests were my :

.'\ husband's mother, Mrs. Leona Mc-

FUMESELECTRIC Carthy, and his sister and family,
the modern way! '--NO .- Mr. and Mrs John Stilwell, of

Fernandina Beach. 'A
Don't forget our Church ser

I. NO Pot\ vices. We want and need each of h

; ; you to help better serve our r ,

...... Precious Lord and Saviour. Bye I See Other ,

now. r 1958 Ware } 1 ,.

V. Y yyyyYYyyYY yy rTTTTTT'
k' r Suites Now. i ir
rarer *

.: ..- : laep. heat looao RISING Oa Display t r

., ... .. FLAME .iterhMtiB|VIA* I .
..:., ,. I but up flag w* By Sirs. Gordon JonesAAAAALAAkLALAALALALAAAA =I. -- _. _". _. .. .
'" :. ol'A e
1 SALE Swivel Chairs
Mrs. Thurman Jones was in t

-- ..-...... '-- Ocala last Saturday. QUEU IUZAKTU style{ crag but ebet4y
,r been received that lets faith brass ftxrtlies "Sea"swilel tbt
In ii Word has -,-- 2
Mrs. Maggie Norman is spending snit last a If itira&iUut .fAbric Ita black.. spite, FUIt $68

a few more weeks with her daughter 2 task, sol, ersiMaao'; Hi,.. cblrcNl,

MODERN means ELECTRIC? .Mrs. Minza Royal. in Lakeland M aqua, green, re t ICUUI Slue )

Carolyn Jones attended the 1ti
\' <
'" wedding of Miss Janice Jenkins

HERE'S WHY ELECTRIC WATER HEATING ... "1 i and Ray Harper in Green Cove tt I

1. Springs last Saturday evening. .
I a arhlQY.dty
:1- 't i Robert Norman spent the weekend .i.. ",. 'i

I fttfc..-N. .. flame. u pilot >light...ufi M M. fbotmlitteUb. > ..; J:., with relatives In Plant City ,<- .

Iw ...a, and while there attended the ..',-;,.,,'' ., s'.y

.. CUuMl-No OM U o3 van!., cumin, tun rLaaill Tampa Fair.
( II ,. Mrs. Mack Norman of High : *
et et. .. Springs spent the weekend herewith New contemporary styling ( x

: if CeoIa -oD.ahird to w-hitf lea Lttt uniu II't ...w. t: x her husband.Carpenter Seats and backs are Peerless $ a'
Your kwM cooler, air rnnrlin'nnin 188
sups Loa uvt oa | art
I" Spring Units supported
fruitt. comfort from tm&lIer&Dill M Bret i in M4etisr! bad Deep-Coil

i tperlllllC coe... 4I with! No-Sag. Filling of 2-lfl. rubber

t Builder ized hair pads with white cotton felt. .
Chcapal-h'i cheaper to go ilUkctne t.... .U OHcoabiiwuioa. a { ,
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