Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STUDENTS TAKE OVER GOVERNMENT County Swaps Board Considers Water Service Theressa Rally Murder Attempt

Water Hole Job Starts Political

For Road Clay County Negro Pier InterruptionAt Races This Week Made In Starke

i ,, i, ( c1 The Hi:tdtoiil 1 COlin: x C'I.IIUM.-. Whitimore Lake Goes Unnoticed A
t l:1'; :!: 't Lnttd.: Over Weekend
"''r: Mond.tv: ..1I epted a 4"-nionthi > : .
a.tpaigr. i i-
1 t \ptcte : > k
r up
; 4i i -.. nt on piopei belonging! to *
1L U iei "'I\ ''t' to home.-n ths.u'ti : iiiDinentum nt'xt'k Alien the
1 01'11 un Conner and the use of day Tin pupu.ed! ( | on.t Itlt :ion ot ,i fast in
: side of i Can Street near a -cues ot eight: hemnlnatic \ .xiihc .
/ i depth of 14 feet in return tot :2.'K-30: ( foot 1'1"1't \\"hltIIlWI't.I.akt' Aomin vv i- i I. '::' .1:
!the Seaboard IUII'MI tracks mStaike Party pout Il'al! raaes!; is Wednesday with
i .-rmg! an acre-wide pit near alenu on the Camp Blandirg res- held :; :
at Theressa.The .
was cut oif tor sev'ralhours Intent To Common
"' : for later use as a"atl'l' eivation for summer use by colored Murder ,I.> !'ht! '
Monday night as the City tiny voting result '
I school children of Bradford one of <> a shooting ncir th.-
lieThe Water Department made midnight the smallest\ in the county, ig' Bradioid ball
park west ot! !
dirt to be removed from'onnei's County was taken under advisement the ;
repairs on a broken valve 3 ft'etunrl..1' traditional site for the way 301 early Saturday
opening \
( plate will be used for bv the Board of County even-ng:
the middle of the street. of Bradford County politicalrallies according to Bradfonl
cry road projects on the nearby Bay- Commissioners at its regular Cou--\:
F The valve. and will thaw Shel it f P.
located on an S-inch visitors D Reddish..
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less Highway and other county meeting Monday.The from
checks reference during the main had corroded and begun t.: all areas next Tuesday- : The
Circuit Court Clerk Charles Darby a Th Staike anti Biadtord :iilenes.t Hoard was asked) to furnish woman. Florence Reddish
of the two Boards of Bradford County leak earlier but officials decidedto night. It will be the voter's first i> was released on
Monday morning: joint IIIl"rtinJ ('IIIn! \ government ..unc'ionedsniK Circuit Court CI..I k Charles A. the pier by Principals Eddie opportunity to look $3.000 bond bv
( oinniitsioners. BUS student guests of ne Bard sat through theentire and C. defer r.'pairitt..-!' digging the candidates County Judge Theron A Yawn
>th\! \\"edl1t"l1aI: :> X new Darby explained that the Commis- Thompkins C. Anderson of over "en masse and
regularly Mheduled business mating (Left picture). toners have made such woikingngieements the Colored Schools, who statedthat .town to. : Iltnaui; \\lien they make hear them I after it was learned that hern _
t'l..t..d i.t'iK'ial.s took rfti loi their
< foi"ui, mind be ieesi't.t., public pleas for "vote tim. George
DOl13waG. ,
with a number of conditions at the lake, which ,nd )(ge
Members of the everyday Bradford County Board uf Education a dain observance 01 Boys and has :lItel fUP' d.ivime aver ;,servn" suppoit Frazier, Jr. i will Irve
,, farmers and cattlemen in the past for several years The Theressa
Student Board look un as everyday Superintendent of Gul Week under of the rally will be held Donaway's life
and Monday's auspices where it has been less expensive to for the negro children's swimming i' hung in the

I'tiblie Instruction Harmon Morgan: reads a teachers' report for Staike Rotary Club. obtain needed dirt from local property program are not safe for children '. tiltcommunity''' building and! balance for several days after ::
; irtirii tune ; .
; i.-> 3')
Ib..m.an.1. his own sludrnt.uceei.ur-for-a-day Jimmy llaen. (flight). Biadford High School Juniors owners in exchange for pushing learning to sWim. Countv. p.m. hours of major surgery Saturday
i I candidates in contested night in the
and Seniors chosen last week water holes with county equipment They said that a major port>n I"! <''' arc each alloted 10 minutes new Bradford County -

Northern Division from a slate of 75 candidateswho i than to have it trucked of the requested facility could be kzt while those without J Hospital to lepair the damag.,
Tornadoes opposition ; done
Eye by a .32 caliber: bullet that
great distances to roadimprovement built
qualified assumed their new ;' on existing pilings and thai .will be given five minutes for a. entered at his left
projects. :'they were certain of the passed completely -
positions at Council, Commission approvalof !hank ou"speech.
and Board meetings on Monday the military authorities who State! Senator Johns i' : through his stomach and
Charley E.
Palatka WinThe '
Baseball Title After intestines and exited to
and Tuesday and took over all WHO? lake have: each I le-granted: the use of I the mil Hep Doyle K. Conner, both The sheriff revealed hs that right the

city and county elective offices year e mopposed will be alloted 15
won a two errors But behind the plate, near-fatal shot was fired from
; Tornadoes The Board was reluctant t" .
BUS: Wednesday morning. 'x- n mites e,u li, if they
care to
plIat.1 Kulie Ru.shton had a rough day .. > use close range by the woman following
; from the pi ess an immediate opinion
to as ''r
, iititM'-ni1) game Replacing the Mayor of Starke is a query no longer t !
KI nine ba score of 9-2 un the oiiinutting there ,'11'01 sand having Dennis be taken lightly bv Hairy Rabb I'' Whitimoie Lake is located in Claw State nil! Congressional an argument in front of h"1Jukl'
was Charles Dis11,1 -
ball I'alatkn 1 place, the old Cook
Tues.I.tTht' team one passed I Count vThompkms store
field of Staike, one of the in I t '
h .nil .. .. Matthews served as City Clerk principals i indidates! will be given the when Donaway'
'. is idle last FridayIn made one rroi and Arthur Patray. Jr. acted as ;> disastrous case of mistaken identity and :Anderson ''-11Il'uintl'll ppotrinitv to speak after county fused to leave apparent ic

the northern division of the The Tornadoes' won-lo.st teiord Chief of Police on Wednesday at 6 a.m. last Saturday.Beside 1 out that negro children R ,,in.Iidites have finished their1jjie.i.s I the proper
now 11..tiile now stands at 33. They are beginning : z tl He said that conflicting t'()r.-
, 'IlIlt>ro'nl'e. the locals are what happened to him aie' barred from all existing lake e ;
KetterIIIIH.S to get a little smaller Sitting in at the regular meeting t are told by 8 witnesses and the
0-2. in Bradford
us while the
'.t I'alatka fishing, proverbial newsman's County making itmtiessary ; The second rally, will \b t' held
of the City Council Tuesday
with eveiy game. Base-running nightmare 'man bites for them victim but all agree that I the
is 20Ketterhnus I dog'pail's to seek summer ) Friday Apul 13 at the communi- '
and looks, a little Letter the basemmflers evening were Councilmen Billy Reddish woman did the
heat BUS: 2-1 into insignificance i !recreation in the neighboring v building !shooting
; in .
Hamngtun. Tom Lung LindaJohns I t'Rh.t'f. A He .
also downed INtlatka 9-1(. If the are catching the signals Rabb, Carl Johns. Van Anderson county They explained that. miplete schedule of ( added that there it"m<

Tornadoes beat Ketterlmus and and the team is developing that Sandra Johns and I Jan and Carl Johns Jr. were hardly though the pier would be built mClay published in this issue rallies by the i.IZ indication that Donaway' and

1'alatka the next time they meet desire to win. Mundorff. comfortably seated in Little, 'I' County, it would be used on- Bradford County Democratic another man named Joe Sloan

and Palatka beats Ketteilinus. The next two games will be on Kenneth Green took the reins Santa Fe Lake in that peculiar' !'ly I by Bradford County school i'hil Executive Committee may have been involved in a
it will give the northern title to the road, playing take City t.V !i as County Sheriff for a day Bill world of pregnant liquid quiet'I dren. whose aU'plclt'thl' scuffle over a pair Of pliers immediately -

the Tornadoes and entitle themto day (Friday) at 3:30 p.m., and Alderman was Tax Assessor, i known only to early morning fishermen The Board promised to jefer the held meetings aro prior to the attempted

meet the southern division Ketterhnus Tuesday at 8 p.m. Billy Torode served as Clerk of I when the bizarre chain of' !' matter to its attorney for a legal murder but stated that all details -

winner. At this point it looks as The next home game will be the Court, Joe Harden held the events that was to disturb their': opinion on the possibility of spending + tii 5f are not yet clear

will be Seabreeze of Day- Friday. April 13. against Lake position of Tax Collector and : tranquility began.; i public funds outside the coun- : Donaway and the woman were
if this
tona Beach.: City at 3:30: p.m. : Stanley Green sat as County They'd been pleasantly drifting 1 it ty. but several of the members expressed Shown here as the leak specta Starke Hit By 2nd generally: considered to dislike

BHS won the northern Judge since 5:30: trailing lines in the.;i their unofficial opinion cularly fountained several feet one another. Reddish disclosed

division Last year title, as did Seabreeze in Woods Fire Saves :New County Commissioners! 1 water and casting now and then after: Thompkms and Anderson, above pavement level with accumulated :- Judge Yawn witheld charges

the southern end but the Tornadoes -I were Shirley Green, Lamar Shaw Rabb w as using a brand-new | had left the meeting, that such a' pressure after the Major Break-In ; and the setting of bond until

wound up on the short end : Bud Harley Glenn Crawford and !logbacklarter"\ topofthewaterplug .1 move would not be legally practical. water was temporarily turned I Wednesday on the advice of Dr

the s'Orl'3., and \\;1be\ I Elderly Man Kathy Harrell. when by chance they came : off at 12:00: is electric department H. H Adams who was not able

ot looking for revenge this year. I j\ A woods fire was credited by Jimmy Hazen was Supennten- near ; clump of shore-bound trees. employee J, C. Barton, standingin Within Week until then to declare the victim

The Tornadoes played one of I Staike Police with saving the ent of Public Instruction for a Itabh cast, a grey blur divedtl'Om [ Cigarette Tax the 3-foot-deep trench out of immediate danger

their tst: games to date against life of an elderlyman atI p.m. day; and Marilyn Cox Martha the trees at his plug and Those legs standing on Call The Sheriff said that the charge

Palatka earning a clear-cut 9-2 Wednesday out Highway 301 near Van Landingham Jessie Maze befoie anyone quite knew what;I|I Starke received $3,313.81 as its I II ] Street to the side of the hole Thieves escaped{ with a number' would have been murder if no-

victory The local lads had their the City limits. Gayle Rowe, and Barbara Mat- had happened he found himselfi share of the cigarette taxes collected I belong to Water department head ot assorted merchandise Items'In away had diedlawtey

hitting shoes on and collected a The man VVilley Winton Taylor, rhett formed the new Board of i thumbing a rapidly spinning reel. ;i in Florida during February i, V S. Hicks.and Light and PowerFuperim'endent a beak-in Saturday night at

including one Education. .:.vraUhing his line and newplug' Other towns in this shared Riley \Vasdm the Standard Oil *
total <>f 12 hits, over 70 years of age; was spotted I area j Company Dtnbutor's *--
home run and two doubles. sitting on a stump in a thickly Joyce School took over a. rise steadily towards the dawn in', ''as follows: Brooker $142.27; ,, Their nocturnal repair job Warehouse in StarkeI'I

Edwin Johns sewed the game wooded area about 1,000 feet Supervisor of Registration. the clutch of a huge frantically Hampton. $92.66; KeystoneHeights lasted over 3 hours as water K. G. Duncan, distributor Asks New
: flapping and screeching hoot owl. customers tong the main bliss,:
with stated that the
a $61687 Lake Butler. occurred'
inning timber : robbery
in the sixth from the road ty a com- Besides the regularly: scheduled
up ,, It was terrific battle Rabb,,, i I fully slept unaware that they
a as
with $714.30 Waldo. after 9
Lawtey. $5938.
home their ; ; pjn.
booming 375-foot run pany firebreak crew cutting government meetings, there were Saturday, but
shouted advice to "CutI would not be able to get and Phone Franchise
unheeding up could
| 33359. net bracket
two mates aboard. Gus Kope- 'way across the path of a woods I I a numbrr of informal get-to- ; it accurately:
the line!", fought to land his catch get a drink if the mood should '
hits Total tax collected in be. ;
Imisos led the parade with 3 I fire that had been burning for gethers among the new office- I cigarette i .cen that and a Sunday morning !
!I and his miscarried bait. strike them. Wasdin
save reportedthat
also the State for time.
4 times at bat. He most of the day session of February was $1-
in holders and a special
Finally, finding it difficult t 0 I not a single complaint resulted
scored 3 runs. Kopelousos was ,I One of the men stayed at a the Starke Mayor's Court was | Lft both the plug and the fisher 939,60971 from the break He stated that the burglar !:'i The Lawtey City Council at itsmeeting

.Hawed closely by Edwin Johns, safe distant and watched Taylor | convened in the City Hall Wednesday man attached the nearsighted owl I. entered by tearing off siding at i i Tuesday night petitioned

Eulie Rushton, and Billy Harrington completely invisible from thehighway' | morning with the new i i released its hold, but swooped a.precisely t the rear of the warehouse andapparently !1 I the Florida Railroad & Public

with three hits each while the other sum- Mayor piesiding. left by the same Utilities Commission by resolu-
the moment sink
Randall\ Davis pitched a good moned Starke polue wrong route I I j i tion to hold a hearing for
All of the BUS students gained:: \ ing a falling hook firmly into th ''
and was seldom in trouble, When the officers arrived they Bradford County Deputy Sheriff purpose of determining the
game an insight; into the workings ot leading' edge of its wing. m-
giving up 7 hits, striking out 5. found that the old man was in 'local government and came up, I The bird dropped like a rock Fate Brown said that the I i I adequacy of telephone service now

and walking only: one. His team- such weakened condition from with not a few searching: questions -!' barely missing its unwilling cap. robbers must have used two cars I i I provided that community

mites played pretty good behind exposure and lack of food that that on occasion proved. tor on the way under Little SanUFe. L or a light truck because of the I 1 I The resolution, introduced bv

him defensively, committing only he could hardly move or talk. temporarily embarrassing according : and came up sputtering in m> bulk of the various things stolen Councilman D. L. Shuford and

They brought him out to the to some incumbent official-;; mood for explanations. and revealed that "good tire', unanimously adopted said that

and were able to understand prints have been taken the City of Lawtey had
load where
who didn't have as many answersat Still determined to save his new I I I previously
Registration enough of his hoarse the vehicle or vehicles involved 'I granted a franchise to II.I A
their fingertips as they hail 1'I plug. Rabb reeled his prize, whicl I
to learn that he had : I I Bishop and his
whispering thought they had 1 by this time had lost all semblanct. were packed though no definite 1 I assigns in connection

been sitting in the position in of restrained owlish dignity, t<) suspects have as yet been estab- with the operation of a

Deadline which he was found since Tuesday i lished.i ,, telephone system in I.awtev. but
toaside: and the four anglers helca I
morning and had had nothing i This is the second that the city had been advised
hurried Council to determine i itj!; major case

to eat or drink in at least 8P.M. Curfew Set fate, debating how best to rt'trei"tth i of breaking-and-entenng within I 1 I that this franchise was not ex
Tomorrow! : elusive.
T that long ( bait and still keep their hand;; a week in Starke. Unknown band ;

He explained that he had been intact without adding insult to injury its looted the safe and cash register -:1, The resolution further statedi

lost in the woods after hitchhiking For Young Driver of the Garden Restaurantof :i'i' that telephone service now prn-

Tomorrow Saturday is the to a spot near Starke Johns eventually settled th. over J2.315 during the early vided Lawtey by H. A Bishop

last dayfor Bradford County from Arcadia Fla., and had stopped matter when he took the bull b y r Ir morning hours on Monday March ;,: Jr., the assignee and present

voters to register for the forth- there to rest \ n.apploaeh to the problemof -the: horns and hit their growing- holder of franchise, "is uncertain

> inning May prinnries, according When it was determined that teenagers with automobileswas Jy obstreperous charge on the hea I slow, and wholly inadequate It

I in Supervisor of Registration he had only 7 cents in his pockets made thus week by StarkeIayor with a paddle. Company Commander ('apt. liandal F. ( hitt)' (right) looks on asInspecting 25New charged that: "There is no real

Mrs Marion L. Crosby.Mrs members of the firebreak crew, :\ W T. Jackson as he placed The pregnant liquid quiet know I Officer It. 'ul. tdln1.: Smith (center) conducts the an- OrdinanceTo prospect of the people of Lawtey

Crosby warned this week the police, and a number of people a young motorist under 8pm. : only to early morning fishermen nual National Guard Armory Inspection lastVednesdat evening,: in and vicinity receiving adequate

that voters whose names have at the Staike Bus Depot .: ('to few for the next 30 days following then resettled over the lake the Mar!... .\rmur '. Each member of the local Guard I'nit was telephone service from the pres-

not been recorded in her office 'where he was taken when heI his appearance the May- the tranquail drift resumed, and, questioned bj the Third Army Inspector. Cover ent franchise holder."

b\ "> p m Saturday will be barred 'I stated he had a brother in Charlotte 'oi's Court Monday morning oncharges an occasional cast made pleasantsparkling CityInspections When asked by The Telegraph

roil the polls for both Demo- N C. collected\ among them of creating a nuisance! rijles though Rabb Local Guard Unit scheduled' for the Unit ar..1 l .Wednesday night for comment

enough money to buy him r. with lookim stated that they will leave Starkeat on the
.lath and Republican primary a noisy rar. ; at the 36-incn wing span resolution Mr Bishop
ticket on the next bus U Charlotte of first hesitated to 10:30 Saturday morning stay !(I said "We the
ele.-tlons Police officers stated 1 that the its victim, try In ConditionThe are now m process
She cautioned all citizens toheck and give him $11 ca..hj youth was arrested Saturday his new plug on fish at least not Top overnight at the military re.iervation. of installing a new dial systemin

Tony Favata owner of the I and eturn at "
cant i that approximate.v Lawtey. Other than that.
. their registration night between 11 and 12 p. m morning
mvu to make certain that they Depot restaurant also gave: him'I after complaints from Dempsey'sMotel Bradford National Guard r> p m SundayCommander A raw City Ordinance to, he had no comment to make

meal belote the bus left. unit recorded 100 cent attendance establish definite procedures for I
and per ; The Lawtev Council's resolution
are properly registered located near Herb's Drive- Saratoga Subdivision
Police stated that Taylor might, annual Chitty plumbing and Electrical Inspec-I
at its Armory
that those who did not Inn on Highway 301 of a disturbance requested that the Florida.
never have been found if it Adds 50 New HomesFifty last tion and to set up an Inspection
\ ,te in the 1954 election must at the drive-inn. Inspection Wednesday.March Promoted To CaptainThe Fee Schedule !; Railroad & Public Utilities Commission
for the
two services -
lent tar the fortunate wood 26 conducted ty inspect- .
, ; hold a hearing to determine -
mewtheir registrations When
they arrived they found
fire neat him. new homes in Unit 3 of ing Officer Lt. Col. Edwin M. is planned by the Starke ;! "the
come tic promotion of Randal F. inadequacy such
She asked that voters the young driver with severalpassengers Council.
the Saratoga Heights subdivision Smith, of the Third Army Inspector Commander City I telephone l1"1'\"ke. and
the Bradford Courthouse Chitty Company of to permita
v i of hoe in his
: regularly causing The Council ,
.in Starke. begun: February 1. General's Office at Fort Tuesday evening
deadhn Bids Asked For the Bradford National Guard Unit responsible tt'lephonen.pan\'
before the 5 pm. cir t,, backfire while it wa.Pul.l'd i referred its recommendations for ,
addedI should be ready for occupancy"around McPherson Ga. from First Lieutenant to to install and render
but Captain adequate
avoid congestion at the restaurant and fol- :
Route 100 WideningThe the proposed new ordinance to
until they fail tcxim May 1". it was revealed Though ratings have not yet effective Marcr 23. was discolsed service to Lawtey and vicmitv,
I !M! take lowed him when he left hecontinued
as City Attorney A. J Thomas Jr..1 I
this week by A. J, Thomas. Sr., ,
been Smith and
fully complied. this week by Third Army Headquarters. I "The City of Lawt*>v will
up Slate Road Department last to purposely backfire for drafting into legal form following -
of the Florida Realty Companyof Battalion Commander Lt. Col! .
grant such franchise
as is rea-
ft is necessary to register: week issued a call for bids on the the automobile along city a number of I'
Staike Robert V Link of Jacksonvilleboth r Chitty who enlisted inquiries sonably and to
Democrat, or an necessary required
i Republican a long-delayed widening of lain streets. .
and :
complaints suggestions from'
stated that the newlouses
Thomas stated that the local Unit / Private
said and Indeendents as a secure service from such new
Independent: she Street <(State< Iload 1001 I through'' No formal charge was lodgedon from interested parties I j
range in price appeared to be "in condition his served
superior telephone to safeguard
allowed to i company and
, be
. will I.ake The bids will beopened
in cither of the patty the docket, but the Mayor $!>.6iV> to 110,630: and are fully ," according; to Company t' as Company The City up until now has'; the interests of the public
>st ballots April 17 told the t the '
to ,
youth :* including established its plumbing and electrical -
, equipped carports. Commander Capt. Randal F Commander since the resolution! stated
manes Union County officials expressed streets and at home 8 .' 1
by m.
p. He said that all houses in Unit Chitty. January of 1954. inspection policies through

hope that the work will be startedIP every night for the next month 1. which comprised 27 new homes The inspection covered all ,+' .- and was an enlisted simple Council resolutions as ,,

End Abrupt End May or early June The SKD unless accompanied by his parents and all but one of the 50 housesin phases of the operations of the \.-- member of they were needed, according to' Blood BankOn

had promised Union commissioners 'I under penalty of 10 days Unit 2 of the subdivision have unit which recently re- the National Clerk Carl Johns. This methodi
Life"mdt'ntifu'd was
Dogs' that bids would be called for
imprisonment in the City Jail.A been sold already and that sale designated an Ordinance Company e. Guard Quartermaster -i i has led to confusion m.ome
as soon as all awnings on Main Wednesday. Man h 14.
I dogs to be de- total of $95 in fines and forfeited are now temp made on the -. -.; -- Battalion cases!
Street had been removed members of the recently formed
>' :oved at the starke City bonds was collected by the homes under construction in Last year the Bradford unit s': Jacksonville prior to coming to
Social Club
I'"n.l111 heieafter be disposedby Move Spring Dance Court in 5 other cases Monday. Unit 3.The was one of very: few in the Stateof Starke.He Ask Street Lights of Highland the Humphreys Employees Gold Corporation -

hypodermic injections i\ Andrew Allen paid a $2:; fine Saratoga Heights area is! Florida to receive a "superior" is a graduate of the Associate -

\"usderided this week btho'. To BHS CafeteriaThe resulting! from Public Intoxication located within the city limits rating, Chitty said. i tHe I Company Officers Course, For County HospitalThe first plant step toward at Lawtey establishing took the a

' ',"\ Council. charges against his son west out State Road 100 West also disclosed that the local Fort Benmng. Ga.. and is currently -
blood bank
I"ht' injections at 00 cents Spring Dance sponsored Izaiah Allen; and William James Madison Str..et.Licenses Guardsmen will spend this Saturday employed in the accounting de- Starke City Council Tues- and against their families which employees -

.'*' '1. represent an increase of b> the BHS Band w-.ll be held' Lee forfeited 525 when he failedto and Sunday firing various partment of Humphries Gold Cor- day evening instructed Light andPower maydraw
in the
event need
I'proximately' 44 cents in cost Saturday. April 7. in the high appear in answer to a fighting SuspendedEdward i weapons on the Ranges at Camp' poration at Starke. Superintendent Riley Was- of

.. sihool cafeteria instead of in the charge The local Guard Unit din to investigate the practicality Representatives of the John
,.'! the former method of de- Blanding along with members was recently -,
Woman's Club as previously announced James Martin and Robert Lee i : : from Head- of installing a street light system; Henry Thomas Memorial Blood
: ; re-designated II
- ro\":':g animals by shooting Morgan Crosby and 'of other units in the 74Sth Ar- ;
at the new Bradford County Bank Gainesville brought a mobile -
. ',m The change was made Music will be providedby Cope each forfeited $15 bond for Harry Harmon both of Starke. mored Ordinance Battalion of quarters and Headquarters; Com-

1 'T numerous requests that a i the Florida Foothfters and i. speeding and Abraham Krongold had their driver's licenses suspended ; which the Starke. group is now pany. 2nd Battalion. 124th Infantry Hospital in the near future i unit to the plant and
( i A :5 or 6 light network ha throughout the collecteda
admission will be $1 couple 1 I lost S15 when he failed to its ordinance morning
b! utal end be found were per to appear in January according to Company C. i present
been total of 34 of blood
Time of the dance LS from S until on a Reckless status as Company C, 743; Armored requested by hospital au-i pints
\ '' '. from interested residents Driving charge the latest report of the State Dec He revealed that this is ore of ;
i thonties voluntarily donated by emplovee
11 30 p II lartmer.t of Public Safety :1 I week-ends at Camp Bland.n Ordinance Battalion.

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Farmer's DiaryBy KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS on that date. The town the Smith's !last w.-,';'"

liy Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystohe 4127Woman's will really be jumping that day. E'nd'er4' Mr and Mi- 111:. :.
I Sam McO.'arveytheir Kaster: Breakfast! Sager nt Wilmington I Del:

Sunday morning. 'after Mass George Evnen.; of Ruth..! -." i \
'Most Amazing' City Club Honor, ed until 7pm Mr.B R. Weld I
berries and they both were coffee" J.
a goodly of
Mrs. Hint, (hurter MruthrrMrs has the tickets and will be hap- portion I
"Starke is most amazing." gloomy: Maiklee said that his Ella Bird. whose : )th py to sell them to anyone who Mrs. Rivers delicious doughnutswere Folks in our neighixiih"" .. J

the nice compliment paid our town by planting is in bad shape, mostly birthday was March :2wa? appreciates good eating.A served to the adults at St.William's happy welcome Mi aid :M'Herbert ...
This was: Nelson and01.. ,u-: \Snimgton .. j
editor of the Florida Times- fiom the effects of leaf spot. guest of honor at the Keystone report on the RummageSale Church, while the
Sam Uutz. managing Del who _
ate! ::
column. FromI.. hat we observed the Heights Woman's Club covered- was made by Mrs. Mary small fry went in search oi colored (
Union in his Sunday newspaper dish luncheon on into the A J Hoi! hoii.-r V tNelson
Tuesday.arch Boatw right, chairman. distributed
the Jacksonville editor tendency toward that disease is Everyonewas eggs throughoutthe us an enipknee "I' Th-
The kind comment by T;.
pleased with the fine job grounds.'irst prize'a.;:
article on the the weakness of the 90 Pont and will! be _
of plant. en.
an wth.
the course; !
came during Mrs Charles Smith, club president done by Mrs. Boatwnght and won by Tony Brault who foun:
growth of Jacksonville and the entire surrounding} introduced the guest of her committee: \1rs. Catherine the prize egg For the largest with Humphre's; t.j i eb' ;>
It's *ting drier and drier
area Said he: Good prices but not enough fie day honor (who needed no introuc- Hose. Mrs. Dorothy Baxter, and quantity of eggs Johnny Allen

"\Ve had occasion m roam quite a bit duringthe } brute>, i-' meet the demand was by the d county
week, one trip taking us to Gainesville. A the st the idea gift from :Mrs. Joseph Stem Mrs ted among the hunter,
ride down Blanding road will develop ben M'hi l out much of the time have cypress growing in them Mary Boatwright.rrs.. Gay poorest :r lot plead, your 43c kick at u,
i is also plenty: of room for growth who grew them. Mis. Mary Boat- I.I'ing.ston.1rs.. J. R Cook and Mr. and Mrs James QUIllen. of t drill tlort. Try inttut-dryinf ITCH
that there brrau.se rxit now are all dried Several
lecently. we not
aie get- up. MI-NOT at any tim of day a'fVl
wright in from the Wilmington. Del or
great deal came kitchen Mis Olive! Johnson. were guests <.1'
southwest of Jacksonville, though a } times this week we saw whirlwinds ta KJU. f.rml ON CONTACT Flat let
that too. ting much piouuctlon. The plant? bearing a large cake decorated! Annual strawlH-rrj. IVsliwl Mr and Mrs ch.uirs! Smith .rthen Kits*, rlaiworm. foci itch and eta.,
IIf building is going on out way look good and form out in our fields, t tac* ittuti. fader
they seem to havea with nine lighted candles one The ladies of St. home ..n Pet. h S': : ;(" ,!'i.The at (Dttttr'f
is Anne's Episcopal east.Ml1C11EL1.3 .
is most amazing. Construction going lot of I.aringahead, but right swirl about violently stopped candle each : ,,
"Starke for decade.
"Happy Church e.lt\ pi": 1 ii': i1 '"' A Dili Co sTOKK.; :
volume in and around the city. The now it's pretty only by the woodsJust are planning t.n
in poor picking. Birthday"
city on limits have been extended and for good reason a a Bird extinguished was sung the and candle Mrs! the second annual Strawberry --Allilf ....-----11 -- _--.. ==.._ .J._.._...._.. \
Festival held
to be
on Katuut.u
bit jammed up. The However this week we when Ram thought he was ,
getting a picked With a single blow.
Things were Everyone rereived -
Starke's growth is some of the biggest berries we'vt- getting: to know the roads aroum.heie April 21. starting at 6 p. m Tu'kets -
only regret we have about a piece of the cake. will be 'iOc this will ''. '*
well, he got lost. and < j
the loss of many beautiful trees that have to be ever hart Alice puked one quart pretty oft Following the party Hanud title you to the most beautitui! 4IEI!
Took leading
a graded road
But Starkebn't which she said was nothing but Moshir
down to make room for progress Afshar. a graduate student most luscious dish of strawberishort:9ke i I..
wood .
301 the new van.south
forced to sacrifice beauty.11'e big "toppers but before she near in Education at the Umvei- ,
the only spot of Starke, and before Ion*, you could imagine A- I
could marvel at it, or show it to sity of Florida, introducedand
re doing it here every day. in thewoods an extra attraction. there will: I m
anyone someone bought its The we.I're bumping around
growth gave an interesting talk on hot sandwiches for 50c h
It is nice to know that the phenomenal waterve put on the berries this! keeping an eye on a woods education in Iran. He told of ea II
experienced here in the past few years is not unnoted week sure helped to swell up the fire nelIbUsually you can the great strides that had been ftiliticat lUlly April 'Mil.

by the outside world. Indeed. it i is probably fnnt, and keep the plants grow- turn on most of these old roads made in recent years, and! said their Keystoners wetkends had bettei keel nh| I
thanit open this nu>
obvious to the occasional ing. hut as diy as it is now there'sthe that
more more and mote women ate
for it looks like something bigis
who live with it and sometimes tendto risk of getting stuck.
is to us being emancipated
happening just about eve
much for granted.The J. G Davidson, :gave; us a :good;
take too Mrs. Smith reminded the membership Saturday. One nice thing :>1"111won'
hour do just tip this week which he Dick Ferguson is one of the
idle says may
have I
next time you an that the next business hato cook on Saturday ..
drive around help to cure Finnegan's troubles.Mr. many hoping for rain. He planted :.w.w....<"
apparently did meeting will be April 10 at 1 :. :: .
what Mr. Butz Bahia evenings.: On April 14 there i> a :,:. :.
15 of Pensacola ,
Davidson said to take the acies grass '.w. NN.' 1
take an objective view of the improvements p. m. dinner at the Woman's Club on ; .
town air volume control off and throwit seed a f.wl'ek..<; ago, and he .'
extensionof ; ..
in on every hand : Theie will be a dinner the April 21. the Strawbeiry Festival $ f V ; r :;.:: ; !
now utilities progress, new construction of business away.; He said he did and says that unless it rains soon.he'll last fund-raising project of this en April 28. the Rotary rIll} .... :.._- .nl_ .. ? !: : ..W.-. "
city that when his pump tank gets lose his seed
and the modernizing of existing ones, a year on Saturday. April 14, at is.filing: a dmnei at the Political
buildings water-bound about twice a ,
attractive new homes springing year r>::30 p m Patrons will be serr \ fUln which will be held inHERE'S Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
new motor courts he just drains the tank, and the Finally got out. and locatedthe
up on every, hand new hospital new water tower pump w-oiks all light again. fire near Powell Lake andthen
subdivisions the list is too long to tabu- headed out toward Sampson -
new late. When we visited' I..t'aton101'- CitOn the way we noticed THE SECRET: It has to be the middle one. Our low, low

has not l'xaggt'ratl.tl'Ill'n he gan a while ago he had the that the Lester Kites have a few

Truly. Mr."Starke I'.utz is most .mm7. ng," Where now prettiest berry patch (accordingto sheep now. Theie ate mighty SSIIPP/N.7UlT/1/F: prices and wide selection of quality merchandise -
ays that :Maiklee Starling) in the coun- few of them in the county
are the prophets of gloom who l'cdieh.d'e\ ty.; Welle met L'aton101'- s 1 POWER MOWER will wipe the scowl off the most

would become a ghost town with the closing of gan Jr. at the market this week Stonned at :MI and Mrs J. I. \1 ij I
Camp lUandingat th,. end of 11'orldI'al' II ?? and he said they had soW over Wynn where they have a glove HAS NO J : disgusted shopper's face. We are still offering
10 HtO crates so far this season. of nuance trees planted many "..""

We never saw as many berries a ""0112'0 hvft.. Harm it-k. the 1 Powerful, self-propell the best ... wouldn't
want the
drive Glides you
the Morgans had on their bushes f-,the offr!' \\'. II. Xollnnn \ tell. r ed
You Help Elect Them All when we visited. This prove was hail hit bv the \ <' Skid-pan. Can
rest. Try today's specials for size.KOCH'S
fieee of the IWs.! but managedto scalp lawn. .
something about countywide vat .v < !j Fingertip forward-stop- Reverse
"Please say The argument over the Missionaiy survive. '. 6.
ing." an interested !spectator (not a politician) ; and! Florida 90 is by no a Leaf Mulcher available. A new

said to us the other day. "You'd be surprisedhow means over. Shorty Howe, for Seems: there w" s a Oerm.in ... ', tLt kind[ of power mower. '

people still think that county commissioners one, and there aie others, claims woikirgalong with a grotto of F.
and school hoard members are voted on that the Missionary is still the southern men un near Jackson

only in their home districts." ihamp However, in a goroundof ville. The German of course DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
before but we're glad the county, we found the 90's snoke with a \1'1thitk accent.Final'v. !.
Of course, we've said it HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
the southerner
used mote widely than thl'r5. onp of
to repeat it again and again if it will help even .
of the a looked at the Get man curiously
one voter toward a better understanding Talked to Bub Carter and and said- "What of PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA.
and School Boardmembers ." ._. .,_.
-- -
Commissioners -
ballot. County Marklee Starling this week about ;you from"" '- --: ..- -- .., -.- -- -- >- -' -. r.- ___:_, -._--_:_--/ ,
entire county -
are.. indeed. elected by the arr- -- I
-p -
It is quite natural that this should be misunderstood

by some, for over a period of many

years it was the custom for each commission and

school board district to elect its own representative /

on these two governing boards This practice t A

was changed' several years ago. however on
the theory that comm'sioners and school boar( I I

members would do a better over-all job for the I

county if they were responsible to the voters of

the entire county, rather than just their own

district. On the whole, we think this was amo"e

in the right} direction for now a member of

these two boards must try to do a good; job in / 1 / '

the eyes of the entire county, rather than just I l a /

cater to the needs of his home district.So I

when you go to the polls on May 8. remember t r l ,
candidate in each commission c t
vote for
to a
race and each school board race on the ballot. It''OU '' s')e I "t1 .1 ifwf

vote for only\ the candidate in your home (

district, you're leaving part of the job undone. 1

And while we're en the subject of elections.,

here are some other important reminders for the

forthcoming primaries: kcz x ', 4"r tsh.r .

Saturday, April 7, i U the deadline for registering .
as a qualified. voter. If you have not previously '

qualified, and meet the requirements of residenceand
before noon Saturday -
age. be sure to 'sign up"
in the clerk's office at the courthouse.Next M'o-l

Tuesday April 10. marks the start of the

traditional political rallies sponsored by thel'ounty /::*!

Democratic Executive Committee Thi

first rally will be held at Theressa and will be the

first opportunity for voters to see and hear the

local candidates expound\ their platforms. Every
voter should attend at least one of these rallies ,1

before the first primary on May 8. A schedule is r 4 ..

printed elsewhere in this issue.

Every IlroslJl'clire"Oter is also urged to famil-

iarize himself or herself with the ballot beforehe

enters the polls on May 8. This will helpsm.e
time and avoid confusion. For the convenience -

of voters the county is publishing in

this issue of The Telegraph a sample ballot showing -

the candidates for each office just as: they

will appear on the May 8 ticket. This sample

ballot should be ('art.fullstllllkd. and saved for \

future reference.An .
informed voter is an intelligent voter, and.

l following(! these suggestions we feel that you d

will be better prepared to carry out your respon- 0 0

Mbilities in the May: primaries. Alto available as sketched above with SUPER .95DE

SIZE 36"i72" TABLE and 6 CHAIRS 10 or morel)

Another Drive Coming UpPeary 0

of "drive:\" ? Yes about this time of LUXE 7-PC. CHROME DINETTE

thick and fast
vear all of us are for they come
from January through April Hut tiresome as

they are, there is not one we would willing to = '*
first Ijmej frfcel
see stopped for the health programs they make

IH).sible are of vital importance to all of us. None. .
than the Cancer campaign I ,b : l -''
l erhaps i is more important .
) which started April 1.We Q

are told! that one American in every four t

now living will some day have cancer. That is 1 a I I 1
why we are urged to help fight cancer with a

check and a checkup. A check of course, will

hl'lp'rd\ up the research attack against cancer.
An annual physical checkup is still the best insurance

against cancer because l'arlllet'Ction'

i is more than half the battle.

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;\'Ith11'. and Mrs. Ralph Higginlintham and daughters spent Easter Sun-

LA1YTEYI5y \ in Baldwin. Mr. and MrsKiceman ]day with Mr. and Mrs. C. B
Starling and sons visit Cannon near Starke. I

1 ed them there on Tuesday eve,I Mrs. Mae Wells and family had
.Mrs. Jojce T. FuttbIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i .MrC.. II. Nolan JSj .Uis. Ann-1 Noriiun
ning. as a weekend guest Mrs. L H.

*' :Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliardv. I i Hill of Fort Myers. I, 1AAAAA1A111111AAAA1AAAAAA IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

., '', and son, Daryl had Sunday, |, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and
M! ,1 Mi.s. R. L Bradle;; as Open House To I';e Held ,
The ll(:lbrunn rii'in hIS
Baptist !'
1J.iwl'l'e i i hosts al a din. quests Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, son spent Sunday afternoon in On \\'t'dnt.sc1.ty'emn Apt:l .. .
nbseiving! Youth'I k
Maxville with Mr. and Mrs. Les- : : '
Suber. Mr. Mrs. J. A. Og-
Su'i'iay !Ol' Mrs. Bradley':s.i arm 11. at 7:3o: p. nthe! Daniel .
He Sweat Little Miss everyone i- \\t-ln'n:,' ti ""! : :
!.Tasters, and brothers;:. ilvie. Leon Starlings and fami- family Boone P T. .\. will huM open these .
: came'home setuces.Sunday
i attending weie Mr. anti (II| ly. Mrs. Allen Starling, Mr.' and/. Helen Sweat with hc.ue at the Maxville school
i j them for an overnight visit. guests of Mr an i :M:>
Mrs. Taylor, and Mrs.
.1'/ -*e Smith and family, Mi'i '. George house Mis.: Iva T. Sprinkle. Superintendent -
/ I/oiuebelle Wainwright and !i Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville ,. Leroy Norman WE're11'. and M-
'i \11". W.1.. Smith and fami of Public Instruction -
i'l Mr. and Irs.'etb Keruid daughter: Bettie, all of Jacksonville visited her parents, Mr. and ,, will be guest speaker. The Marklee Norman and daughter

family, all of Starke, Mrt I the Sidney Starlings of the Mrs. H. C. Harley, last weekend. public is invited to attend.NjHlling of Hampton, and Mr. and M-.1 I: \ MTI.KYMARGARINE: t'c : -: Ill'lrrEI::-:
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ray of Leroy Norman Jr. of Cap:: %
State Farm and R. D. Judd 01 w
"t d i ;; R. L. Smith and family Champs
I Earlton Beach were Friday e\'e-I j Blanding.
Savannah, Ga., and Mr. an d II Stalkp. ''i Miss Gloria Cannon and
ning dinner guests of the O. J. lIenr'I Mr. and Mrs. II. C. EJwardand I-
MPaul Bennett and daughter i i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and !' Wellhausen won the I
: Lawtey. i family of Starke visited Mrs.Saul's Anders family. at the Maxville School. Gloria family of Jacksonville \'011-
Mr. and :Mrs. Dewey Atkins i ed relatives here Sunday aitei-!
'I'.J! key of New YorJ; | parents, Mr. and11'5 Guy ; : was champion and Henry runner
I and sons, and Mrs. Emmett Collins -
tinted the Freeman Starling gIFutch i on Sunday. up. They participated in the Dis
i I Mrs. Susie Norman of Jacksonville of Brunswick, Ga. visited ;i Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Whit. .': Thrift Priced 1
.11. j i. and Mr. and Mrs.Vinfrec{ tiict Spelling Dee which was Seer Lb Ctn 4QC
| and Mrs. Leslie Miss Elizabeth Terry on Sunday. Starke were Sunday guests: ":
'ii'-i! recently.MI held at the Y. W. C. A. in JaCk-
and Mrs. T. L. Casey Sr.nmmdale ,.1 I and son of Starke visited the 0.. They tented an apartment from i sonville on Saturday morning the Ancel Normans. i Save ct AaP!
J. Phillips family last weekend. Miss Terry during Camp islanding i Well-I Mr. and :\Irs.V.. W. Wtr-:
\ were Easier guest!i' March 24 in which Henry \
Doc Wainwright of Jacksonville days. I! I IhausE'n and family of Jacksonvilleee
'.it-1! son and daughter-in-law was 3rd runner up. Attending -i
Mrs. Mary Reddish had asi i Easter of the Ray.r. >r..\
v .nil Mis. T. L. Casey Jr. ; spent Sunday with his par- the district spelling bee, I guests Fa\t'.i!; Kuil 1't: ,! !III\( .\
Mi, ..nd Mrs. Paul Moore and I lents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy' along! with Gloria and Henry.| Crosbys. <

!MI'i. ..1'! Jacksonville spent Sun-. wright. Reddish of Webster, Mr. and Mrs. were their teacher, Fred Rickards. -] Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp vu :ted : Shirt, ; :', TOMATOES 2 l-Ib cans 21

i-t I>*moon with J. II. Moore',I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail were Bobby Reddish of Leesburg, and:' and Mrs. Evelyn L. Stacck., the J. C. Sapps at BUndintr' ;
Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke. I' : !-;
called to Ocala by the illness of last .
''I i -ho! Fred Moore family. school principal. Shirley IIiggin- Sunday.Mr.
;i." c and Mrs. Edgar Wilkin-.I{ Mrs. J. C. Prevail Jr. Mr. Pre- Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton' botham Billy Nolan, Jewel North.i and Mrs. Robert Tay:< FANCY pdrfs"'d' 15' 3-4 oz can 9c
of Jacksonville attended service < I
,it.d: I family were Sunday din.! vatt returned on Sunday, but P.tttPalTlsh, Carolyn Chilson, and children of Olustee, and :M-'
:u'ue.-ts; of Mrs. Wilkinson'ssiK i j Mrs. Prevatt will remain fa; at the First Baptist Church on : Linda Johns Karen Rickards I and Mrs. II.1.. McRae of P.r-. ruiuiiINMAN' I"POTATOES

:,I Mr. and Mrs Noon Mot | several days with her son and Sunday morning and were din I and Bonnie Padgett.Mr. I Level yi. ited the T. N. Noin. i->

I Hi,?,inker.M I family. ilton.ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ham-1 I'1 and Mrs. C. B. Nolan;: and Sun>!Kiy ..tfteinoonRev R I i C E 7-pkg 25c

G W. Durham of Jack :\tiS31aJ'Y Julia Futch, a stud- sons spent the weekend in Hastings ': C F I'.t'i.U': tt ar.-l 1 .l.i\ .e':

Mil.and, Miss Elizabeth Ter-.:' ent at FSU, spent the Easter The H. Markham family of< with Mrs. Nolan's brothel trio's'! P..k:: :. i \'..-llt.d :hiT \ iMvr) !l.I\! Hd.Ml.NVGRITS

,'t 1.- Friday night and Satur-"'' Holidays with her family here. Gainesville! were Sunday visitors'at in-law and sister Mr. and airs, "
X"I.' ...... :M ':'! n .i:: -ir.i.i' I 24-ozpfcg
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lb 17cOOA'
: "m ,ts of their sister, Mrs. She and her mother, Mrs. Futch G. M. Beach.

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j Donald Brandeis left Wednesday ;
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Mss Glenn Williamson and son j Friday. children went on a pleasure: top I

.l.n-ksonville, Mr. and Mrs.lu'ci i Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosely Sr. J for LaHelle where he conI -i to St. Augustine on Easter Sun' ORANGE JUICE 6'' 75'S'lhrIJijrht"
i weekend I i ducted revival I services for a I I A1'1.E\ SS IPAYBy \ / -
Bennett and son of Fort had as guests during the day.
week. lie will from there to:
:.tud< :idale an
>bald Bennett and sons of Orlando, and daughter and I Port Orange for a series of meet- the Easter weekend here with .\nui Ruth ('rushyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAAAAI ":: I'r.-ni
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-S1 It k..t'l'e weekend guests ofMi son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I mg* : his family. ,"Id"-r-Iligitt I Sugar) ; Cured I
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and Mrs. Troy Bennett and 1 Reynolds and family of Jackson- are glad report We are glad to learn that | '
Mrs. Jack Estes, sixth grad) BACON Ubpkg 77'
;iHI VThe I ville. I'' Lonme Harris is improving after j Mr. ana Mrs. H. P Klixs.m, : ,
teacher, has returned to her| SLAB8ACON
and Mrs! Glenn Shuforddrove illness. I
Nursery Beginner Mr. and a recent and family of Worthington
"*un for several
Fist Baptist Church, with their i! brought Mrs. Shuford's mother days. Although and Mrs. Mosley and son I Bobby Crosby last Saturday

le 4'hrl's.Irs.. Joyce Futch and Mrs. Sam Hicks, home with them. i she is greatly improved, she will I were guests of M's1.!! Hattie Nolan night. /Ib
not be able to attend school foJ'se'E'l'al
Miss Elizabeth Terry, enjoyed an j Mrs Hicks has been staying last Thursday. I' Visitors at the C. C. Crosby :

,>;;g hunt at the home of Miss : with her grandchildren while her days. i Randolph Crosby had surgery home last week included Mr. and! :

Tprrv last Sunday afternoon. ( daughter, Mrs. Floyd Martini Little Danny Stone, who week I on his leg Monday and has to be Mrs. Randolph Crosby, ana Mrs. I IIIl'nry Allgood Sugar Cured

Danny Phillips spent from Fii- i in the hospital. thrown from a horse last ,off from work for a few days. Carter of Maxville, and i

iav; to Sunday\ in Waldo with his \ Ed Teston of MaiDill Field and had to be taken to Bradford ;;I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Dean O'Neil and I Lb 25C SLICED BREAKFAST BACON

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Tampa, spent the weekend with County Hospital, has returned to son of Jacksonville were guests Jacksonville.Mr. .
of I
Mu Coleman Phillips. Mrs. Phil- his parents, Mr. and Mrs Blain I his home. We are grateful that i j:r If11'. and Mrs. Henry Carter 'family: Newman I'

,iips brought him home on Sun- Teston. His mother has not completely his injuries were not as serious| :,Sunday.Mr. I and Mrs. Lois :business Pound 35CSuperRight"

day and carried Miss Ola Mae recovered from her recent as first expected. Danny is a ) and Mrs. Charles Starling ;and daughters were )
I to Gainesville last Sat- 1
1 visitors
Phillips with her for an overnight illness. fifth grade student. md! son and Miss Annette Higjinbotham / -| .
.-isit :Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson I ; of Jacksonville visit-I I .irday. !! )) Port' POI tk HUT

Sunday dinner guests ofIr.. I daughter of St. Augustine visited and son of Keystone Heights .e,l with Mr. and Mrs. Ed 1Vilkin- : Miss Ardelia Hall of Jackson1;1 Dressed & I hast't1Gracie'A"

nd Mrs. W. E. Griffis were Mrs. Mrs. Effie Miner' and Miss Mary were Easter guests of11'. and I son and family last Thursday. rille, was the weekend guest! of SAUSAGE 2-/fc bag 45c
I Fla. & ( it
Les Prevail and daughter of the Ann Motes last weekend.Mr. Mis. Tom Carey and family. I i':\nnette, spent the weekend here. :; Miss Joyce Crosby

State Faun, and Jim Hamilton of I and Mrs. Benton Futch I II The Winton Parrish familycelebrated Mr. an.lIrs.. C. E. WilkinsoJr. ,' Russell Crosby enlisted in the.
I j I:rt>.ld..d Fantail t I lleadv1'oFry'F
K'arki I and son of Starke were Sunday the birthday of their : and family spent Easter Sun-I '\ir Force on March 12. He wentto

)'IIand Mrs A J (muddy) guests, 'of the Joy., Futi-h family.RADIO'S daughter, Patricia with a dinner j con lay with Mr. and Mrs. Dan lIar- t Jacksonville Sunday afternoon |
Sunday at the home of her, (froves. md Monday boarded the plane!, FRY F E R S SHRIMP 10-oz pkg 49'"SupiTl'k'lit"

;J grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FredLang 1'! Friends of Miss Minnie Zellj for San Antonio, Texas. He writes ;

at Clay Hill. that he likes it and is getting ;!
j Hargroves will regret to learn
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David and Wendell Kelly stud-1 I that she has been ill at her home along fine.

out.at! : Florida Southern College, J for several days. Mrs. C. C. Crosby spent a fet.. Lb '.
1'III Lakeland, spent their Easter i I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and I days in Jacksonville last week 31C FRESH PORK SPARE RIQt.Ib

''t'tt.tion 1 with their parents Mr. ;' sons went on a fishing trip Mom! under the doctor's care
GREATESTHillBillY and Mis H. C. Belly.Mis. I Ibs
day. Miss Eddie Faye; Cain spent 35c 3 $1.00

!i; Tom Carey was shopping! Friends of Mrs. Caldwell will: I last weekend in Gainesville with I r... .- --,- .
I in Jacksonville on Monday. I be glad to learn that she wasable I II Ii Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Shaw.
I! Mr and Mrs. Preston Green i -
to return from St. Luke's ,
i An Easter egg! hunt was, enjoyed /_: 11
i n.1 I Min, Ben, were recent guests I : PAKKKK: : KXKirilKI: )
{ Hospital in Jacksonville where at Bayless Hiway rues t '", ; ;
PERSONALITY .t i Mis, Green's brother-in-law! she had been ill for several days. J I II last Sunday afternoon.Churl'h '!9f.Y ,;
ainl Mr. and Ben-I ,
M.-ter. Mrs. Bill
lie and Mrs. Owen Anders services, and' ':" '
iii'tt 1 IIIIal'on: Ga. morning rn 7l.2? J lib LoafJANK
and son of Lawtey visited with I j et"ningsame time a.* usual I V -' !
Young :.Matrons ('irdeThe MHITE BREAD1
Mr. and Mis. Leslie Sweat S /nday. |I Sunday School at 10 a. m. and! ,
Young Matrons:: Circle of "
Helen Sweat returned house'with
SILL MONROEAND tlie Faust Baptist Church met a\ BTU at 7 p. HI Young People'-) : ..? .
them. Meeting eveiy S.iturday n, .lit! ,
the! hiiine of Mrs. Milo Smith for .
I Denver Godwin entered St.'in- at 7:30: Rev. Mali olm GalVaith: } ,
the program meeting Tuesday i cent's Hospital Wednesday wherehe
pa Mm'"
HIS '-:tang After an interesting will undergo surgery.Evelyn 1< K!

BLUE GRASS BOYSAND "i..-.niut-iiis u.-Mitn:: Mrs.to the Smith following served re-la- j Griff entertained a
of friends on Sunday afternoon -
group I
Buster Bennett. Airs. sPA i sJ _
; Mis :
QUARTET j with an Easter Erg Hur 20 oz Cake
; 'in Starling! Mrs. Bill Fow- Now 9Car.w
DIRECT THE FROM a Mi I Paul Bennett, Mrs. Tru- ;i Oiimer On The Baptist(;roinitsMaxville Chunh had Open _

N. and llr Edgar I ,
o man ,.,
I a nice turnout of Sunday Srli.i : '
GRAND OLE OPRYsl \\ h, !r-.nn on Easter Sunday with 1"3 i"i---: SMITTY'SBARBER '; "" -.-
:M\ and Mrs. Hubert Priest i: --
ent. After clum h seim.s doll 1
-i :MMnly were business visitor
nee was held on use ( huuiigiounds. SHOP
Starke Armory 1 i .1 t e kMinville on Monday. after which an Ea.-tei! IAM : PAUKI.I! :
M.I! ,tllli l Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and: fb!
Egg Hunt was held and i.ii.t.ngenjoyed. ) Court Street OppoiteCourt :
Wed., Apr. 11 .i! lighter: attended church at In- .
Special singing was tinI House=
I .. 'uon Sunday. Mrs. Rafuse,I. dered by the Swampland Quaitet
8:00 P.M.Admission : A ithf guest speaker. and the Coleman family. Out of ( ,,
t Mi: John Shuford and Dave !! town visitors included :Mr and YOUR PATRONAfiC: 1

ii nl :weekend guests, Mr. and j I Mrs. Franklin Iliggmbotham end WILL ItE GREATLYAPPRECIATED;

: Mi.Joe! Shuford and family ofS' family, Mr. and :\11'". Guy Fig: t<
Adults $l.0tl I Mr. and II's.1 I!
Aiigustine and '
and daughter, Mr. and ties I>en-
Children Under 12:! ;T 0c K i i
> Pin: Shuford Moorehaven.
Godwin and Rev
ver family.
1 The Pastor, A. E. Massey of, Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle D. H. SMITH I 11'I INKS: A I*

Faith Baptist Church, announces Schmelg of Jacksonville, and Mi lhG 15c [lIlIa Yellow ( 'Iill!! Halvenr r
that t dinner\ will be served fol- Mrs. James Waters and Owner & Operator APPLES
and .
The/ nicest thing that could happen IUnngthe moming service on family of Lawtey. SLICED

i April 8. The dedication of the All UlIt'f'tin: :: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAALAWT3 (iLDEN

CAFE CURTAINS ,: be new held addition at two to o'clock.the church will'I Ij Church The :Maxville held Congregational; RIPE BANANAS lh 9c
to an all-day meeting i
I Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo Prevail J and dinner on the grounds Easter PEACHES E S

were shopping in Jacksonville on i iI Sunda)'. Rev. Brown from SWEET
[ Jacksonville delivered the morning ,

11 :' Recentrriiil sermon Rev. Teddy Jones of j POTATOES Ib 9c 29-0 Can 'JfC

riiirrri 1 Mi. and :Mrs. J. R. DeVore an-j Baldwin preached in the after- '

'' nounce the arrival of a son, David noon, and Rev. Willie Griffi? ',!
MNE RIPE Bulk & Ctn.
William, at Bradford County brought the'ening message = I
Hospital on Sunday. April 1.Mother after which communion was held. TOMATOESPASCAL Ib 29c

and baby are doing nice Miss Minnie Hargroves and T :'

iv I L. Manning visited Mr. Mann- Cold Stream Fancy

MiPerry Davis: and :Mrs. ing's mother, Mrs. Edna Manning i; r } soot:

F.i\e I'utl'hv $ited Mr. Davie i at Glen St. Marys Sunday '(\'J' : CELERY 2 AM 19c PINKSALMON

;n Po,tots Hospital in Starke on afternoon.Mr. 1\--4

\IOllci.IY afternoon. Friends of I and Mrs. Bud Waters and \1'
Mr Davis will be glad to know,, family of Jacksonville visited;'
i :'
:hat he is slowly I improving. J :Mrs Dorothy Waters and family L

Lawrence Dobbs is visiting his i Sunday and attended the dinnerat I PRESERVEs 2 Ib 49c

__ a !parents: Mr andIrs. Arlie I the Maxville Baptist Church.Mr. ; CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

llhhi and Mrs. Bill Roberson I l-lb Can C
The James Waters family attended -!' and daughter. Marsha visited iii | about this question ANN PAGE PEACH 51

services and. an Easter) Jasper Sunday with Mr. Rober-' PRESERVES 2 'lh 49c

JUDD Extending Set No. 4112 ,lir.er: at the Baptist Church inMaxville son's family. Doesour new Homeowners

on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters anif. I'uifadd! Theft and Personal _... """"f- < ,. -,

Mr. and :Mrs. James Starling I family of Jacksonville visited I Liability insurance to our ANN PAGE PINEAPPLE

."f Ptarke were Sunday guests of,! ,with Mrs. Dorothy Waters and I! Fire and 'extended coverage lh ;IaLTES'l' ,

The polished brass finish of Judd's No. 411J Cafe the Joe Starling family and came'to family Sunday afternoon. I on our home furnishings PRESERVES 2 49c I;

Curtain Set adds a cheerful note to any window. St'J''icesith them at the I The Maxville baseball team is ;i jewelry furs, cameras. and i ICE CREAM .1

The -et consists of a round extension rod, brackets I First Baptist Church in the eve-! :still practicing on Sunday after- : sports Nluipml'ntre these .WPAGE

and ornamental ends. The rod extends :S" to ing.Mr noons and are ready to play any ; per"onal belongings/ ata) covered 16 %-gal

4S brackets project 1" from casing. To see this I andIrs.. Commodore team that is willing to play on trips away from HONEY oz 29c 89C

set at its best, use it with Judd cafe curtain rings I Crews ,)f the State Farm brought i them. home?

'N'o.43S'1 in matching finish. Come It and see this : I their daughter. Vera, who attend Mr. and Mrs Earl Wilkinson I I.IP B\S; tARDFSWEET; :\

end ether Judd, Cafe Curtain Sets. Rin9; : school here, to the home and son spent Easter Sunday I Fta:, ,,

No I of Mr and Mrs. J. B. Bradley on j: with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkin- Charley E. Johns PEAS 17 oz 19c
I i Monday afternoon. They visited 15CHalloJIlln.

M''< Crews' mother Mi. Perri son.Bun Griffis and Buford and E 111-6ll Nf Nt H tall 4N/ tills
STARKE HARDWARE( o.1L I).i\-i '.\hie: here. D. Higginbotham went fishing

I caught Monday 75; at fish.Crescent Lake and :;i & Son AgencyPhone r 1 I I .. I ,I'"IIHI 14-,.;.(

C. BITCH, Owner TI1K KIGIIT 1'OINT for thestay Friends of G W. Brown willregret | la ,. Yu+o1 4.Y4 lie IS$ II
i Starke. Florida >ou write. Come in and Delect to learn that he is a pay ;: 13 Starke, Ha.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. 412 Call St. YAMS 25CStarke.

I your favorite nnBRooK' tient in Hope Haven Hospital in I I Fla.
I .
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1 F rTJID\Y, AI-KII. 6. 1956 1

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Litterbugs, Shrubs In Cl eanup Program Hampton Couple ; the! >-,):).mani., of :):\!aJ.i B
I Plans Open HouseOn i wit lumish pUnes. In addition to i nteri.i .-,'; )
.. jeep weapons arner. and
:\1, .. Fr.lI.i..r.h.a a for each
: W, (left h.-- ; scholarship ail: \r

Inn i Koudviile lf\.-l<>|>nient 50th Anniversary I number of radio mobile units. dates must be of ""oii ...

( hal rinan, finns up the gnmin! It I:; also announced that there character. ha\.. graduated .:

around one of tht- liumlntU ofshrubs Mr and Mrs 1I0!3, e B. May ., an now seven scholarships avail due tt) be graduated d!... ,::,:, .
'.\ill observe i able to CAP Cadets. Three scholarships -
Golden I Ianr.iversaiy .
and plants pl.icd along Wedding current year and ha\t' -i.; '

I ladys Mooty the a/'I'ru| | lies to :starke h> thetardin with an open house )I for any accredited uni- fully completedm>i !uP :

at their home in Hampton. Sunday veisity or college giving a bachelor's -j ,'hoo! "
Phone 35 ( Club during tin List .i : -> !r h : :
afternoon, April 15. from 2 I degree in aeronautical engineering must hay .
Ilirtiuifks.. a.. :Mrs. .f. II. l.i\li-. qualified !";
., __ __ r
will be
S =- ="sq rssprp 1 to ,> o'clock.Mr given by the CY'tUK .
- ----- ( i\i i. Chainiian. does a hit ofrimming. '( Pi.-t'i: : ; .

( & : and Mrs. May were Civil Air Patrol itself. They art ,,'::' -' r1CM! .
Flower ArrangementsTo Jim Ritch Awarded :i
known .is the I;,'nt'l al Pit'' ." '. .' ,
on April 15. 1906 at the !1
%% 1. I 1 Spa Be April Feature Weather Observer PinJ. :-ome of Mrs. May's parents, Mr.
: .. .mil, Mrs Beau.anjthe Color.rl t>. H.- i
Woman's ClubFI" \\'. (Jinn Hitrh of Stalk i' 6 .A't : Thetessa. They have lived Hagan all of Byrd scholarship.

\'.,.. airangementg and'' manager of the tax plant at UK Jd. St .Mf. 111<'11' married life in Bradford !i Also: estabh.slu-ii! : :or CAP > :

I I' State Prison, has received a bronze ..tZ..t County. and have been residents : dets air the Wln.in; : i: / .
will be highlights
.nun'xchange it :n.- Apnl meeting of the award from the U. S. Weathei ... ,r Hampton for the past 12 years.1' :Memorial scholarsh.j. un. :. IO [huItr
Bureau for 21 years or service a.s :Xo: invitations '
are being sent, .
Stark' Woman's Club next Wed- the Zlit.Dans Pufclishini! r. : "
I a cooperative observer. The awards J IT all friends and relatives "
lesdav afternoon at 3:30 o'clock' and the William Woods pki! : ;:
a lapel button with the figure I TdiaUy in\ited. to attend the LrSTARKE FLA"MJ
the club house. ton Scholarship given hCAf
n & \
21" and the seal of
Department 'I l 1't'n house.
M.- Jesse Young a member of! : l::, .. Co!. WV.. Plankinton Boih a;,
of Commerce. "" :
> Sun: MonApril
the .-tub and a past president of for the Massachusetts Inst.tutc rUl'
1 Cooperative observers are notpaid ( KMKTKKVOKhlNC: : '. !h I. III
it.'t' it. ; of
Technology. The
Garden Club. other
he Starke :\\>
I for their which .fli
work consists nor HU; rK.Vll KK: _
demonstration flower scholaiships: are :o b,' !
give a of 'i.tiT given: : u"Y"II'
largely of maintaining a daily tarl.. ( it1:1111,101"1': ". K.duin Smith lenda b..lpinih.n.l will be a working at .
arranging. There will also be record of the maximum and minimum ; ir." Hn.un.s t 1.\ !P." Gi "f rai P'.nmuis\ Frances In The Navy
Cemetery at
aiitrdrn ( lull liiriiilHTs place one of !9 nr\\ ailli- Sampsoncm Corj ..i I., i i". .,' ,
'lower arrangements throughout s ; iv. -n : :narktdfr \\ ith PimaM'
temperatures and a rain- on Saturday.! Apnl 14 \I!! O'Connor A M.irtlu l
the cluh house for the meeting. Litterbug drums near th. Crrrk Bridge south out Higli- .:.-::,11'1": ..onC1IKCK -'. : !It
I fall lecord. i :;!tt rested prisons aii HUTAM
arranged by club members.An \\aySOI.: Ift to right are :Mrs. J. I B. Kojlr. Chic Chairman a.skt-d t'
"''"11,1' and bmg! !ouj-. fur D)
election of officers will take ; !Smith; :Y.lr%. lI.un'I..h'. : Publicity Chairman; .I'tj. wo'kinu:,: -

Pack 70 Cubs See i i .. : i "'.... .. .., The
ulace during the business meeting r. ('ral i'r sliau, Koudsidr! l>r\<-l"|iiiiriit Chainiian: and Outlaw's

and yearly repoits of all Sea Movie Skit I (lull I'r..i.I..lltIr.: ... :\I. I'\ ll.irn.I ; ,;,.;,1,..j'"tJ ." Rotarians Hear I ron I'OLKIKS I
,. Daughter
.. .' ,
(fac.s'., and thairmen will be I .. mg"/t1; To See If You
;;; ,4; ; Ha\e With, Hill \\ ihhiai'.
timed in at this time. j Cub Scout Pack 70 held itregular Panel DiscussionOf anill\t'II.\ I h;\.111

The program will be in charge monthly meeting Tues- I NonCancellableHealth rinolur ( arliNin fair Cli'iMr.I n
I No visitor to Starke is ever going to get a bad Mohan and last week placed another S I r><> II"I !h.
the Department of Conserva-'I day night in the Methodist recrea- Teen Problems
I first impression. if the Garden Club has anything purchased by the City Council aloni i tin- Wed. Thur '
; 11II.nroad3 April I II. I _
non with Mrs. P. T. Nolin, chairman tion building with J 9Z Cubs and andAccident
i I to say about it. to town. DOrilLK) : FE.\lTHE; 4
anj Mrs. James Lewis co- parents present. The current I -

hairman, in charge. The hostess-I monthly theme, "Bottom of the ,|| In the past few weeks the Club Members have Civic Chairman Mis. .1. 1). Doyle .stated that X.ilioiiu I i\.s; .,..,, I.r :s v\crk The Enchanted

.omm ltee will be: Mrs. C. F. Sea," was illustrated by an exciting -I not only had something to say but have done some of the original donation by :Mahan: has ",.th I IIt"1 \'d! by I the I Rotary ('Jut;

i a great deal towards Starke also been \\ ,'dnt'stl.l.with. a panel dius Cottage
Ward. Mrs. George Kaufmann movie "C a'h anti Sea making a City transplanted to the newlyestablishedCity -

Mrs V V Hazen, Mis. Herbert Animals." j Beautiful. Nursery, located at the municipal sewage su>n of the objectives of a lot al) OR Uith ""ruthll'Cillirt.: ,111.1!

Thomas. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Awards were made to Den I The latest in their list of current beautifica- disposal plant for later use in parks anti around :youth program. HospitalizationInsurance re..IN'rt.un::

Mrs P D. Fancher. Sr.. Mrs. O. Mothers; of 195I-55 and to Cubs lion projects was the placing of nine trash public buildings. Guests of the club eta thus oc- AM D -

L. Eeasley, and Mrs. L. Hillen- for Scouting achievements. Den |I drums oh the five main approaches to town and The Nursery, she said, belongs to the peopleof (and'asion girls were who the took high school boys The Racers I
over Wednesday
dahl j 13 presented an interesting skit. i;I at the USO Building, the new Bradford County Staike and will consider specific public beauti- the offices of various city i Uith IVIU Ihmi I and tiII.'rl i

and Dent served refreshments.Mrs. I Hospital: and Crosby Lake Cemetery. fication. requests or accept plant donations and county officials in AH of our Insurance is Roland
Folk a
Singers BookedAt Rotary-
C. R. Tillman is Den
[ The anti-liUerbug drums, donated by contractor through;; the Garden Club. sponsored project to acquaint' 1'lus Color Cartoon
Mother of the DenS. NONCANCELLAIJLEGuaranteed :
Armory Weds.Bill newly-formed Dave Paulk'ere painted by the Roadside Theurjel'Y! and the highway planting pro- boys and girls:: with local govern- .
Boys wishing to join I
j Development) Committee under Chairman :Mrs.: gram have been implemented by city personnel: ment. ; Continuable Fri.. Sal. .April: 1 11 I
Monroe and the Blue Grass asked to contact her. She will ,
i Frazier Shaw and have been placed with the and equipment with the help of Club members.The Charles Kirkland who served DOl'IiLE FEATIREStagecoach : -
Boys from Nashville Tenn. will hold her meetings at the Scout If You Want the BEST
appear in person at the Starke hut on Friday afternoons.Den I help of City of Starke trucks and personnel. original gift: included juniper. arbor vitae, Wednesday as "mayor" of Starke, Contact I

armory Wednesday night, April Mothers Mrs. \V. J. Frick They will be serviced by the City, and the and a number of other varieties and three typesof appealed for better understanding | To

11, at 8 p.m.Ranked i and Mrs. Elmer Thomas of Dens I Garden Club plans to place more as the need blossoming shrubs were purchased with the between parents and youth. Hi I|1 Monterey

anses.I city grant. said! that recreation is not the With Jane Kuiscll and Maril.tuMonroe .
as one of the nation'sleading 5 and 6 respectively, took their I SIDNEY MARTIN

singers of folk songs and Cubs to Marineland last Friday. I Mrs. Shaw asked that the good citizens of Abelia, which has white blossoms virtuallyall sole answer to a youth program. i

blues, Monroe has recorded such I Starke place trash and rubbish they find along summer, Fyracanthia. a plant with showy but that do-it-yourself activitiesare I SPECIAL AC:EXT i AM n -

hits as "Mule Skinner Blues" for WSCS Circles I the approaches to town in the cans. as well as white berries; and Crepe Myrtle, characterized needed So that the young
people will have a feeling of accomplishing Hawthorne Gentlemen
many of the big record companies. I being careful not to become Litterbugs them by its watermelon-red blooms all summer long I

Along with Monroe's Grand Circle One of the First t selves. were placed on South 301, East 100, West 100, while. lie said something that worth- Paul Revere Life Insurance Prefer Blondes
Ole show will be i
Opry the
famou" Methodist WSCS met Tuesday Not satisfied merely to keep the roads free and out East Call Street: near the new Hospital.Mrs. encourage:: their childrenin Company .1 Starling Allan Lane
Blue Grass Quartet featured I :
morning in the educational build of waste paper and unsightly rubbish the ladies Doyle and Garden Club President, Mrs. constructive projects and giv'j :: i'luSerial Chapter 6. and ( .,lor
the radio every Saturday night. Massachusetts Protective
ing with Mrs. Clyde Sinclair as of the Garden Club have been planting oinamental M. F. Hazen, have joined in extending an invitation them helpful advice! rather than I Cartoon for Children
Also will be
appearing the Shen- hostess. Mrs. Annie Coburn I I Association
gave shrubs and bushes along the highways leading to all the people of Starke and the Countyto too much criticism when they -
andoah Valley Trio and the twin-
the devotional, and Mrs. \V. G. ,
fiddle into the City for three weeks. contact the Club for information or help towards seem to be making a failure of -
music of
Hicks and
Bobby Haile had charge of the ,
his buddy, Sparky. Old-time f \'e- i They started with $1,000-worth of plants and further civic improvement through beautification somethin .
the subject, "The Pursuit of
string banjo picking by Joe Happiness." !i shrubs donated by Monticello nurseryman Fred The program was in charge of I I

Stuart will be another highlight Circle Two met Monday after- Rev. W. McAhley.. with 11 P EAGLES
I '
>f the variety program. Junior: Woman's Club Morgan serving as moderator of
noon at 3 o'clcok in the educational -
I the panel.
building with Mrs. W. B. 'Fetes New Members
Jo;,. I,. Matthews tempoiaiy
MONUMENTSIarge Parks as hostess. Mrs. W. H.
&Ct4tLtcfrT chairman of organization of a
Williams gave the (devovtional ; The Raster
Selection i theme was used in committee of adults and students

and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, leader, I decorating when the Junior t(, work out a teen-age program. SPRING SPECIALS

MARRLEGRANITE and Miss Annie Darby took parton j Woman's: Club held a dinner reviewed the progress that had

the program. -- mt'etingIonday night in honorof been made up to date on the FOR) LAWKS (;JIRLS CHILDREN

liRONZE Circle Three met Monday afternoon j The weatherman couldn't have rni ('h ('1.HI.. anil Mr. and ..!is. new members of the organization. -' formation of this committee. lit; I JUST ARRIVED:

at 3 o'clock in the educa- given its ,i nil II e beautiful Easter J.I.: I H I Rltch have moved I intO iI i
Gainesville Granite read a suggest] code that
j tkmal building with Mrs. H. M. i Sunday \\anti and sunny! ], their newly purchased! home in I Outgoing officers were present- been adopted by other towns ha.11 for Real Money Saving Values

& Marble Works I Richarde as hostess. Miss Kate (although a tritle ihilly at the Saratoga Heights and speaking 1! ed with lovely gifts in appreciation -, hotter cooperation between '

I truth gave:: the devotional, and ,: Sunrise Service) and how it of new homes one of the of their woik for the club. ents and par-
students in
1425 S. I:. 4th Street I the developflheflt ] -
i :Mrs. J. W. McComb had charge i did bring out the beautiful Easter j !'I
Dial Franklin 6filolCaineMllle. j: I most attractive sites I've seen ani :Miss Dolores Mt Knight the of siirh a programKeystone
| of the program.'Ensey frocks and bonnets All the i in time is also received
Ha. a long developing on I new president, a
i churches were filled to capacity, i iI j I the property where Mac and I gift appreciation of the successful LADIES BETTER DRESSES

.... ... Lot Proves I as usual. and there was a good'
d-i.- !:!' I1 I ; :Margaret :McGriff are building on I project she has carried CAP

---1 crowd at the Sunrise Service St. Clair St. Their property : on during the past year. Linens Ducrons) Orion No-liun Cwtton.s

: Popular Attraction held in the stadium for the first j clear to the banksof I
:I runs through During the (dinner a program Joins Statewide .
time this Methinks the
The Knsey Lot continues to Alligator Creek and now that featuring some of the member lit, $6; 91
I'lay i: BUS Band never sounded more' .. SIO.9! ;
;tract t children on Tuesday after- it is all cleared\ out, it makes nj i modeling their Easter outfits wa Search ExerciseThe $5.88 ::11.
I better than when providing j $8.881Ct'
most vista .
noons. Despite a circus holding entrancing They i I enjoyed. Mrs. R. S. :Mullins piesented
( music for this service, which ,
'forth last Tuesday a good group : are placing the house so thv I the program giving:: a descriptive -

gathered for the story hour and 'i was most inspirational by "thedawn's :; living room fronts the creek, and ; introduction of each Krt t t"nc Squadion Civil
early light" All in
choruses after which they were'' the almost all-glass wall affords 1 model's outfit. Mrs. Jim Ritch Air PUlllt111 participate In a1

PHONE 218 given Easter eggs and story books. I all, 'twas a perfect lay, and that :j a won.lprful'iew Margaret j was in charge of Easter musio statewide Sear hand Rescue ,.
de- Ss 99 Hejf. S12.i!>:
afternoon there were two j
In the absence of Mrs. Florence. says this spot on the creek isj i in the ba'k round. Mrs. S. R. Mission (SARCAPi., April 6, 7, 8. md $7.88 $10.88Reg.
lightful hunts one g'en' S9.9! !) and Sll.JKi! ;
Hippie, who is touring the Holy egg the nearest thing she could get ] Marco and Miss MrKnight assisted focal point of the mission will ,
(j) '
by Harriet Olivia, and Janet
|I Land the children are having: dif- 21'' to Kingsley:: Lake, so she i is | in preparing and presenting be at Gilbert Field three miles
Goodman at their home for
;' feient leaders. ,I making the most of it will j: ; the program. northwest of Winter Haven, and

FLOWERSFor i Next week there will be a special friends they played games ; have to hand it to the McGriffsi i I After dinner a short business will be under the supervision of'> Now

i award for the child quoting and prizes weie awarded to for using imagination in making session was held. and plans were Lt. Col Al Whiteside of the .J"th $17.95 $14.88

All Occasions I COil ecUy the largest number of..! Geraldine Gay.Whidden:Mickey: .Dansby. also, good use of the assets of this I announced for a Variety Showto Air Rescue Squadron. The Air
and Gloria 1 '
Scripture verses and references. attractive homesite be presented :May 1". Force will spot a piece of wreckage -
that day the members of the
DISH GARDENS \\'e Church of Christ enjoyed a f:: tn; The Latest SUIes Colors from
day with high school students within a hundred miles of Winter : .
POTTED PLANTS Elementary PTAThe together): and covered dish luncheon _i nd decoiating the club rooms Haven I
all and and it will be the objectof
taking over county
1 at the home of Roy and for this occasion were IadgeChaste..o The :Nations Top Fashion! Centers
POTTERY Elementary PTA will bej city offices. and making a good the Florida Wing of the Civil I
('hairmanIarion Mey
| Suran Southeiland, with 3T: attending ;
entertained by pupils of the first j i during the afternoonthe job of it. as far as I could set: er, Lucille Payne Elouise Cowan. Air Patrol to locate the wretk-

Flowers WiredAnyichere the at Roddy Strnth and Raymon"tl'fanelli age. This mission differs from
grades during
I program :?0 youngsters enoyed hunting Connie Uoe el. Evelyn Dick and (..ORKI
the regular meeting next Tuesday were "arrested" and Baibaia Strickland. former ones in that locating the BLOUSESFinest
evening at 1::30 o'clock in eggs Thursday brought to trial before "Mayor"i! fix is not enough. All units will
of last week Helen Malone's first HALF SLIPS
the "h""! Cafetorium Charles Kirkland for a traffic | be graded on effectiveness, manner NationallyAdvertised I

Nona St. Starke i Mrs:: .I!, well Noeucl and tier! grade: had a Hatcher lovely egg home hunt at at. violation Everyone got a big New \V 1U CircleThe in which they persue the operation Brands

,.bmnot" ,. wil!! b. In charge of the Harry laugh when Roddy was making a and in the condition and Of Fine Cotton

rereshuuriIjail' I Handings. phone call and the party on thej regular monthly luncheonof utilization of equipment.The 88

I Sorry to hear we have so other end of the line asked wherehe the First Baptist Church' Keystone Squadron, under $1\ Shadow Panel

many on the sick list this week was "Me? I'm in jail" \\' IU was held at noon Tuesday Deep) large Hem

Roy Turner is in Doctors'he replied I, and the one on the : in the educational building.:: Following And
Hospital with bronchial Sizes S.MLXLSpeco
pneumonia :
other end of the line probablyI I luncheon a business session -

Beverly Blackshear i im 'i I : an awful shock until everything i was held with the president '
!h. Bradford County'Hospital / / OOC
was explained ;< Mrs.V.. B. Mundy, presiding. $2'88
Carol McRae has 1
Understand Governor Leroy M rs. Paul Raymond presented
leen si k in bed. and :Mike: Shep- '
with Mrs. M. 11.
Sheppard -
Collins, Mrs. Coiling and| their program
On the
o.id h.is
mumps party stopped here Tuesday night and Mrs. R. O. Dansby as-
measles list we find Janet
for drinks The other custo- gisting.
Nichols Kathleen Somner, Terry Bermuda Shorts Play Shorts
mers Mitchell's were quite surprised -j It was announced at this time ,
flea fluke Jimmy Meyers, Sue
when the Governor droppedin that a new circle, to be called

I fleas, Brant Turner. Carolyn and he didn't miss this op- i The Bride's Circle, had been formed $1-88 SSC and $1,88
Vickers. J. Ray Chasteen, Robert '
portunity to shake a few hands with Mrs. L. H. Outlaw as!
Rabb. Karen Harris. Suzanne
in the interest of his candidacy : leader
Ford Susan Fogg and Mike I Many Stjles Foi Your Selection!
I Seems as if they had been Visitors at this meeting in-
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Fogg:: over to the annual Herbert Wolfe eluded Mrs. B. F. Haines and Mrs.
Hear that Xookie and Katie
barbecue near St. Augustine and Barbara Lang.
Wainwright and children drove SUPER FOR
were just passing through SKIRTS I
to Folkston. Ga. on Sunday afternoon -
Well seems to be all for The Annie Armstrong Circle:

I --- now that doesn'tsound now See you in the next 'met at the home of the leader Spirit Of 76 BRA S
like much of a news :Newest FashionsAll
I Carolyn I IIrs.. Paul Raymond Tuesday
item, but it was an epic in the Ii i Floating Action I
night with Mrs J. H. Dennis as
life of Wainwright childrenas 197G THAT IS! If you've Regular Padded Exciting StlJe-o and Colors
cohostess.Irs. J. B. Dick presented -
Recent Birth.The
it was the first time they an interesting program been i ignoring rising property Cups and 32 to 44 Sizes 22 up

The safe sure road to halever you ino!'t have teen out of the state of Bradford ;I with Mrs. Raymond. Mrs. M. H. values, your insurance may
desire is a steadily proving Sating Account Florida noted that Margie announces the following Hospital births: !i j jMr. :' Sheppard: and Mrs. !R O. Dansby! not give you the help you'll Special/ and $3.88

in this! hank. And the satisfaction Colley is now an agent for the and Mrs John R. Devoreof taking part. need to rebuild. It may take B8C $2'88
Life and Accident
I --- you years to reco\ er from a :
a son William David j
i is Lawtey.
you pet on reaching sour goal an extra Ins. Co. hear that Sonny Fire
April 1. Circles will) meet next week !
dividend. For people on the:" way to a Tenly is In Miami where he
follows Doris Knight Circle
better tomorrow there's no 'tlh..littlt plans to work for Eastern AirLines Mr. aldIrs.:: Noonen M. Bradley i j as with Mrs.: Dan Priest: Ethel 1 1I Betteree us for adequate Nylon I Shadow Panel wonT.n FAMOUS

for saving. : of Starke. a son, April 3. Biggs Circle with Mrs. J. D. insurance NOW! i WA BEAt H TOGS:;
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng of
Bud and Lil Bishop and son I And
Doyle. Mrs Bertha Fuller coi -
Kish. and Bill and Alyve Graham I, Starke, a daughter. Sally Ann. i SLIPS $1.88 SEA NYMPH
i hostess; Lottie Moon Circle with
I and children spent Sunday and I I March 25.WSCS. I Mrs. P. T Nolin. -{2 to 41 A. SWIM SUITS:;

Monday at their camps in the H. C. \Wall Agency

,'rub last Friday: 10 members Circle Four ,I II
of Den 5 of the Cub Scouts; CHI( KEN "..UI'l'F.lI : I I
FLORIDA BANK at STARKE Phone 146 It Pays To Shop At EAGLE
( \\ .!Mildred Frick Den Mother CircleI of the Meothedist :
J The ladies of the First Chns-
:: :a* '. Marilyn* Firth the day
spent WSCS will meet in the recreation 1
i tian Churchill sponsor a chicken 200 E. Call Street I WHERE YOU GET THE BEST FOIl LESS;
-I: Member Florida National ." Marineland! and St. Augus-- building Monday night at 8 Ii
Group I i supper on Thursday. April 12. i ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
t.ne o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs from 5:30: until S p.m. m the ;1 j Starke, Fla. i

N'.teu that the Leo Thorntons I i R S. Mullins. and :Mrs Olin W. Episcopal Parish House. Proceeds :1 I 111 E Call St Phone 76 Starke Fla.I'AGE .

have rented an apartment at White Jr wl: go into the piano fund. | .

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r 16 I. I :Mr and Mrs Charles! Field I i Mr and Mrs Edward Firth of P..I 1 till' 4 dav ..I Ap: .: !l' Florida: IB (hanrerjr. !. :It .: I.. :.- -:'v '
and children leturned to their !I 11lh. several Is 'FFI'L :ML: > j I .J.I -. |1.10, '' .t!! l-.a; '.' '. a iiid file the .rlgmal! in the office
I Flint .
are spending
: h.iri. A IlaJ.y.!
i it i th. I i: :' ,1 t I.- i P. I. nd ii ,".f the Clerk of the Crct: C>;u.t o:
home in Jacksonville! on Punday. : > ik ..f rirn.it' c,. I .
1 [ werks with their son and family. .1 i- f J I.t' :N ,' : 'J T before the
Mrs Fields and Children have I'r nlf. 'il, I'"'i't\ Kl! .!. ,l.. :'t.."i..p Ti IpttrstriT. ; ,I." ..f M.,* i ..,
: I Mr. and Mis. Robert Firth. 1'. 4' 4 '. .. r-t. t: Sr I < It- ,, ":therwise the I"j.ll"n! of ..i'4niiplaint !
been spending the past month | | Mr and Mrs G.lrllathe\\' I --,- i:. : .1".1 i ...Id! i- \asit.: : -i. l\ will be taken ..s confeM-
with hei parents Mr and MrsO and I III I Nc irruii I'"url .., I litl.ichlh: 'I' r d by you.
I spent Eastei with their :son JiKlM-ial I iriuil i
ul the M.llr or This notice shall be pti.Uehed!
XV. White, Sr. : family Mr. and Mrs. Virgil riorida la ami F..r llrodfurd Y, >..',. "ire. d.\! h".- 'inotified that a |.n<.e each week fur fo-r .-.,n.-..<'utl\'
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I ,,
4.uIIi. V eekin the
Jack Miller was: home from I :'Ilatheat Atlantic Beach. lu < liini-rry. has bern furd upali.M you in the r i.KI.KUKAPH.
THE NEWS Marion Military Institute, Marion Mr. and Mrs. John McCortI .! w piivVT. I'l.in- if above named Court and cause and I P..irst Thi- ,I..) .'r .Apt.. j-':.
j uu are .
} rtijuireii in serve uf
Ala. to spend the Easterholiday I I and family of Sanford were weekend i i TIM,\>4-. '. 1:1:1:0 ,1,1 Your arxvor I'.t.) ..:lIng cupy to the I.OKFlCIALi Clerk t;nf AL.i the Coarlcs Circuit A. &('.'o.'ut'ti
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=1 stt rsr.sts A :> ..
!I C'mpli nt
A with his parents, Mr. and I 1 guests of Mr. and :'oIl's'I !:KKt>. :11-.. knouu ..> Fli\\i'l.- I i n tinI' .lrFtt t''r <-\ j'y V.i. 'u r.. i". -lij.: I-t"x, 1';: -'

:M MlA I. Ciostn .--ino 'ii; .,., I l'EKI 'II- wife, I.t"II.loInl-. -- -
) itid < i! I lfIK' -' "king in :'III s George IiUer.r. : I j Donald M<-RaeMr \IIIHI: of M'Mltl. Mll.lf: -

M UK! Mis \ '!"oi'b\ .JI and F..n! 1.."I.It-'t.: .:> 'A.is home f'lI'' :\[ and Mrs.' \\'. E. Faniher |, and Mrs James Diew and \11:
II',1 Ml.Al.n -Mnit Iht"n,1 I wih h.., I T.ikf noti. r that undtr and i in .,. V4. --
: I. famIly. Birmingham, Ala. spent the weekend | family spent the weekend at'i ...r.an.n'h tilKnal 1. -

I iM Inll! Mrs F.ugemCronbj Canon and! Mifc!: V. O.'al d of wIth his parents, Mr. and I i' Lyons. Ga. with her parents. Mr : K..I ". lo-ur.. in lii.' aln.\v ,". '' .:;. 'I '

ml '" ,IMin Brooker on Sunday. the University the South. P. D. Fancher, Sr. i j' and Mrs Stanley \\ iaiiMthe nnil,' .-:KII"d :-.i.;, ] Mittr
Of Mrs.
I I llonk.'I'I'II \t ill .veil t.. llif highest atul 1.- BOATING'S I LOTS OF FUN
Mi 11 id MiJ.. D. Doyle were Sewannee. Tenn. were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner !; Mrs. W. E. l.iddrr for ia-h at Ih.- -niih I tio.
I 1,1 k-sotiullf} Sunday visiting guests of Dr. Florence Jennings. had as Sunday guests. :Mr. and j! j I Tony. and Diane Hatch spent II | tl"t'r:Mark at. Fliiiici.i the County during'"iirt II 11./,.. /,-., L ,

\1 .Am Kinney in St. Vin- Mis. R. S. Muilins and son. : Mrs \\'oodroThomas and fam- | i I the Easter weekend in Savannah| iiinir of .:tl,' on 11"1I.la1'1'! i WITH OUR NEW, QUIETER :
I 1,6.! the .
r"III"in ,
]I,"1'1\.tl\ and Air. and Mre- Robin, were in Ocaia Friday and ily and Goldie and Dwight : |, Ga. .n Itrad.'ur.l County.propert\Vl..rida." I- ,-u.

.I.M.I Ixivlc at Doctors Inlt-t. Saturday visiting the :!Muilins'j Thomas of Brooker. Mr. and i! Tire :>al<' at :-M-jm" ir's "61;" | From the Xoithea-t Corn- .

'Iitl tell ami! :Marion Faulk of parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. :Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Mr. and ': I :station. j XEf Touii.siiui Ii SE, of Snti..i. rr.,4lWm WITH :
South. Hangv J.: I I':
I.II-K 'nnvillispent the weekend: Izlar and Mr. and Mrs. G. T.t Mrs. Reed Lewis and daughter. '! Mr. and Mis. T. D. Brown of I run South :200 feet for t s.i: .

vuh then: grandparents, Mr. and I| :Muilins. Reeda of Starke. j I weekend I .eginmn?. thence run W ...' I
field. S. C. were BALAMATCC
: Wedge fret thenoe run South 00 '< /
:MeAlaxit, (Caitcr Sr. :Mr.: and Mrs. Bernard Cohen of Tire sale at :M-jminir's ''11;'!" : guests and :Mrs. B. F. Haines of I thenre run Kist J lIfI ......I. Ui, ', I

'II' .les.se Young was in Jackm the Panama Canal Zone are ..tatitiI.Mr. | I Winter Park spent the past: week Kimiing'run North lieing;;0 feet two tu 1..1"poim l h..lig: .t I .t I.. II

ille last Friday.Mi I spending a month with her parents and Mrs. Ed Guess of !I I with Rev and Mrs L. D. Haines | flr Mattie.t P.. iahagan t>y par _'_ ; 1 I

mil Mrs E. L. Cox and ( Mr and Mrs. Wesley And Valdosta Ga. were weekend i Wayne Wall and classmate : part.ToRother with the .<'n.... V

"nul'erf' visiting friends in rews. guests of Harold Davis. Joe Thomas, toth of Blue: Ridge | itt-rt-ditatnenl-v. and .t ipjrt, n.tnLlnT. t.Aware ,
i.tinesvillr: Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Daiksd.ile Ward of I :-0. C. spent ; tu Io.-l"g or I in any \t.,\ ;
i in Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger I School, Henderson pti'turning.Th /F II I

' Mi md Mis J H. Spencer of and family spent Sunday Jacksonville were visiting her I their Spring vacation last week i "'roil .\. Yawn. : ,.

irianfln and j :Mr. Wilkinson! of with her parents. Mr. and Mrs mother. Mis. P. S. Denmaik, on i, with XX'ayne's parents :Mr. and .I A J Th.iin.iJr Spei sal. 1.\m 1Ia.-"f.ti'r. l I1" i I

T'vntiiii wet weekend guests of J. \\'. Home in Hampton. Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Wall Jr. 4 t) P -

M'' and Mis Maxie Carter, Jr Mr. antIr Robert Faulknerof I Mrs. R. :M. Lee and ('hildl'cn'I') Mrs O. L. Reasley and Mrs. ) :'t UTI( K 10 ri'KUI 5.11' I

:M) ,111.1Irs.. : Tony Gonzalez Jaksonvilli! were Saturday .I Nancy and Alex of J. \\'. Kim-aid were in Tampa I lo Circuit, ('''Drl, llradfurd ('"unI1

,pl'nt1, weekend in Tampa and guests of Mr and t Mis: Paul' lage. :-0. Y. have spent the past I : over thhe weekend visiting Mr ,' .1.-lttriiln. |.i, i. In ii.ni.I hnnrrry.i-i.iiutiff \ V i. 1 v !b You'll f'njoy'ondt'rfllllv

WeiKtfi, With rt-lativi -, Faulkner.ALVAREZ' I w'ksith her parents. C. C. VMU. II... i ".' 1I.tnl
thiee HoppeMr
I II I and Mi-s ., smooth, quit t rides with the
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C.IX I I.1.
and Mrs. E. J. Dowhng. and :Mrs.: W. J. Olivenbaum ... .. ;
j Mr : \ill 1' ipprar new Scott-Atwater the

i I Let' and son. Hob and lr'l of Orlando were weekend guests To l.'itli \tt\\ H.III/ .wh 1 _a outboard that tails your toat.
Men's Clothing I' ( 5 Hit' .",,1 aililtt" l 1- I nkliouiVou I
I STORE II Ill ; Dudlev. also of Bedford I. of Sen. and :Mrs. Charley Johns. are h..r..l Ly notiriej that aiu" Bail-a-matie, Hush-Spring

Ii Established 1894 Jf 'joined :Mr Lees family on Saturday : :Mr. and Mrs. \V.V.. Sellers of forbaa -V Mount, Aquamute Exhaust,
Duor.-e V
at the overnight. : Stowaway Tank, Complete
1 and all are staying Burlington. N. C were been filed .
against you In thrbove b .
Dow ling cottage on Kingsley Lake guests last Friday of :Mr. and named Court and cause and 1 VV V : Gearshift. Tist Grip Speed
you are required to ftr\f a copy or Control make Scott-Atwater
to I
this week. They will return I I :Mrs. Claude Crowson. your answer or pleading to the complaint the outboard buy of the !
NEED $50 $100 year
CASH $300 -
? -- -- -- New YOlk on Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Gay and l.ihn on the I'lamtiff'u Attornei
and i': "Il.rl.! : JI' 1'n' ? l'i/
Mr and Mrs. Glen Conner daughter. Janie. of Gainesville i --lonal Ituilduii J."' 1.:1, I: ,
spent and file tlie original! In tre office of
ping in Jacksonville on Monday. I Gay's Parents. Mr and MrsW.. ;the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. Dr. and Mis. Calvin Houpt. ;I lit hue. the Till da> of Max I I' .'. I
Daytona J. Epperson. i otherwise the allegations of bald 1955 16 H.P. ONLY $25995
were returned j ,
:\trs. Lowell Mathews Complaint will be taken as confessed -
218 W. University Ate. Phone FR6-5333: : : Beach on Wednesday. Saturday after six weeks' by you.
i : : home
This notice shall be
I'atnesville; Fla Mr. and :Mrs. V.V.. StrickU .c ant.I published
With her brother-in-law once each week for four consecutive -
Jr. and son. Danny. were in Way- |' Visit sUter. Mr and Mrs. P. L. Wil- :I Telegraph.week In the Bradford County -,' Sooner or Later You'll Get a

cross. Ga. on Wednesday visiting I Mont I lui.il this ::.ii .
: hams in Viiginia City j il.iy of .Mar. I hi'I '
Mr and :'III's.1.. C. Beverly. I caring for I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb)
Mrs. Mathews was Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
&oi (W7kEf i Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth and I her sister who was ill. j Ry Marian L.. Crotby, Deputy Clerk .a4oR

j daughter Penny spent last week I D. R. Shaffer of Winter Park 4 5; 4t 4 --
S. C. visiting :Mr.and I ,
I in Laurens, : I Saturday to \\'ednt'sdaYI :NO'IH: TO AITKIII
INSIDE, /'REPAIRS FROM Mrs. James Hollingsworth\ spent Mrs. Steve la rirrnlt Court, llmdfurd CUUDIT,
I I! with his daughter. I Florida: IB Chanrrry.

ALL / ;; ROOF TO I, and:Mrs.family.Carrie Ritch and granddaughter Weldon and family.Gritfin leaves :Monday -,' I.illa.t'a\\illant I L. I!lt Catlett.t, Itefemlant 1'l.nntiff v-
: J. A.
in Mrs. Case No 1"-1 li.1Vollrr
I Jan, spent Tuesday [ Washington, D. C. tcj, To Appear
AROUN9Jji7oiwGGSOUND\ Jacksonville. I T" l.illa .\. catjeii. who-i- I iivi
I Col. Griffin who is there oni I d. .
Englander and join ni e ami .nldres-- 1'lIhIH'\l1l I i
Mis. Blanche business. They will be in Washington -( you are hereby notified that a sut
son of Fort Lauderdale were returning for divor'ehas ( SO EASY
before ,
i week
a I teen filed against In the
of Mr. and Mrs. you
j\ weekend guests their home at Camp .-ibo\e named Court and cause and
I to Blandmg'l '
U D. Green and Mrs. C. D.Vil- ;you are required to serve a copy of | TO
John ;
I and Mrs. ,
3 rour answer or pleading to the
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7f I t liam daughter Janie of Jacksonville I ji;complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
I Mrs. D. J. Claik of Tampa : ; I and P K liuin-rd. Mai.< lennv. Fl.iin.1
A I with Mrs. I Sunday guests of :Mr. .I. file the original In the office OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
\b' :, spent the weekend Mrs. One Wiggins.Mrs. ;r.f. the. Clerk of the ircuit Court Olt.
i: "Henuetta Hunt. I ,i.i I lit fore the 7 ila\' of Max
: I : N. B. Rosier and childien 1956; otherwise the alligation of'
I Mi' and :Mrs. Carl Roberts were R. John! '-aid Complaint will be taktn "
visited :Mr. and :Mrs. S. a CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
.2 in Daytona Beat-h over the wwkenil .':onfe&fced by you.
Lake Butler on Monday.
in This notice Khali lie p'i'.lb.hd
\. :Mrs L. M. DeSha of Wildwood )I'ince each week for four con'eriitixeneeks
J. E. Hardy haiti in the Bradford County Telegraph. Radio Scat Covers
'" j Mi and Mrs. of J Upholstering
I spent Monday to XX'ednesday : .
lfu J ': a iniily dinner party on Suni : I last week with11'$. \\'. A li.itid Ill'I'- I day ot Ainil 1 J..".'. '" Phone 239 Starke, Fla.ROBBIS' .
RKEIJBuL daEnjoying the affair were i I 'I[Official Seal) Charles A. Darby \
i and daughter. Kate. ; r }
s i truth Clerk of the Circuit CourtRy
$E.R.VICE :Mr and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and THE KKiHT; POINT: fur the :I Iay Mr.rian<. Crosby. Deputv!, k ..

1 famtlv an,1ll's.. Charles Hardy I I ... 4 i) 4' I -
\ jou "rite. Come in and >-
PERIl' SUPPLIEDedicated ff Gainesville. Mr.' and Mrs. Duk"I l'-( t favorite tsTtlml: : O.Oli \(I ti(1: ii .u'l'Kin
Hardy and family and I jour 'In I Irenit (' Douglas :: ; I'en. 'IEIJ: ;(;ILt I'!I.Mi DRESS
('ha lies and Charlene Hardy of
&JI: 3 aA.t.t I 's. Ruhaid Ray and childii-r.
I : Mrs. Pete Reyes and chl-: ;
L'h.iilrs Hardy and rhilI I ( DID YOU KNOW?
I I dren of Jacksonville were visiting
the weekend m Pa-
lien spent
their parents Mi and :Mrs J s That ( liiniprut litcan- is
Utk.iuth Mis. Hardy's mother. I in>t
...:: ..- -_- .Y-'__ ."___ : :'; :'.. :'","::! ,.., 'I MiG E :MtGauley Sapp on Tuesdav i i only tin' most effecti\e i inethiHlof

Mrs. Mamie Lou Edward is ot correcting; hack attics andlifadaclies

.t'J spent the weekend hut i.. rqtulhf-

tJ FOR DEPENDABLE I her son-in-law and daugh- ;, fe 'the jn I'aral.i... heart lixcr

'. :Mr and :Mrs. Dre'.'': Reddish. antI kidney ailments.him .

Control : Mr and Mrs. W. B. Boyd and
Termite : i* <';!< li organ of I h.. Imiljis
St. Petersburg and
Billy of ,
Dedicated To Community Service Jacksonville I under control : Da\\kms of
-lo\1f'8 Are Better Than
Em" I Household & Commercial weekend guests of Mr. and : a pinched nerve can reduce -

I the function of
lV it ControlCiroe \ W. H. Xollman. :Mr. ana any organ.
If you find your name concealed! in the Florida( Theatre Ac I I
I Only by n-Iieung' the pint lied'
cut ad out and it to Bat Office I Mrs. Crosby Daw kins and daugh- .
present for
TICKETSONLY ;I. S llra lug i tee Paula. of Jacksonville joined Herxican (lie organs I..* restored Here They Are

Call FK. 6-C033: : j to normal function.
SaL April j I i family on Sunday.
>Ki: \ 'ICI\ ,It' IX I '
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BUI( DOfni.K FKATl'KK; : Pest Control Mrs. Bertha PE'ar'e111 spend Many operations ha\(' IMCIIsaed Girls With That

Florida i the weekend! m Jacksonvillerh hy Chiropractic are !*'- 1
to- Co. : :' son-in-law and daughter Ir'I
& Chemical taiiM* theurintis organs arenuulc Florida Fashion
1 '. Sun.. Mon April S. !9) I[ Mr.; Edward Ensor. I II tu work normally, making -

21 N. W. 16th Ate. .
I their muirtal
I unllt'.I..arJ.
In Rain Florida
Gaines\ POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS Bring jour hraltli proiilcnis I '

-V \\ith .\Il- 'tar Cast I to theBring I "% ?t0 Values To

; rius ".Ni ::0-11"11 fur ('urtlllllln.
| 1'ercj" I ,
: health to .
prolilenis .
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I $10.95Now
Wash Your Clothes I i .
V VV Tues. Wed. Anril 10. 11 IHklrii1n.. I
: I wl-h to thank UK \"to r- "! tin- ; 1
: "tnt\ f"! -!iipiM.rtiiii haw m\n
; 9 Pounds >- in tin. .-t. I (
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VAN JOANNE ; I thank .\"u fi \niir x..tt' :.1,1', '. E-
KEWB '"lt fni inAt Irrni
JOHNSON OROme BRIVGYOUR For 40c! I J. I. SIL'',,:\ 3 Blocks North of Post Office '
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SMILE AfcOKG __ In Starke t

ROTHSs1tCHNICOlOR FREE" Bleach If Desired! .. :,
I.4SIC .11 ii( i: or i'iu i; Modern .MethcMls Lady

*7EGE I == !I 'j J ui-h to iiivntKT announi.<.OM 11I.u,1.: 0.i. \ssist.int steam Bath'

I'lus "Fair and \\anner" ('artm ..liiMut"f thf I'. a. .:f..r ln'tn J. 1i A.99
: : HI uhlih in. hid.--. I..." t. y.S::"rP: !
,. AT and "IN: 1l1'! M'KCIAL: We Will ".. *-. .mil South Si.uk.I ; :
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DRIVER }! ItS .Hill Mlppult : I Ii
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II CHNjCOIOl _ For 20c I --
D.u STt.. '''IfJr': IIP I\TKNTIO\ *
In New Automatic Driers! : ; UF.t.lMKK: "II"IIIIOI.UIE:
ANDIROQUOIS I Notlc is hereby given that the MEMBERS OF THE
r..<), under the provisions
I Chapter :;!0.95t.: Laws of Florida. YOUNGER GENERATION iI I i iI
TRAIL : I of 1941. will register with the I ARE ALIKE IN MOST I
j SmtCOTTEN of the Circuit Court In and i .
":J ,:- / ? Bradford County. State of Finn-i DISRESPECTS /
'tarring M<'iiti>iiirr> X Marshall. EVA BARTOK......; t :. ..,. .:: %Washeteria : upon receipt! of p-oof of puhli i
Tins "K.il.l.it I'un'h" Curt.xm and I -- of this notice, the fictitiou ;
\ '" M Florida linat .-:.0..101'! < .
('ha|>t tr :No. 11 !s TL.tlWM .- uhuh w.. ait t-ic.iK"t 1 .'. :I, ,
This "lIitlt. and ll.ir-" Cartmin temple A\e. Starke ir.-" at s64 Triiipl.- .\\t.. .I., h.
I S. HAAS "Matlrrs llonkrrs"
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SAVE on INSURANCE luted this Gth day ..t' .Vi.ril .\ I"i CVx>I and
your i:'5i> ir Staikr. r.uiltot.i Cor.:.
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FIRE I .I.t \ IIKMHti. : :
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30" DISCOUNT ON MOTELS .,, th. h.-ldt-r of the follow li>! !I Ifi. i f.'e'. ...r........... IttmJ.Ieinle'r' 1_.
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 name given to the one and only I I!. Cocoa spent the Easter holidays Farm, Mr. and Mrs: F. F. Fume!

tent I restaurant in Brooker. It isI with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ. Mr. and Mis. R. A CI.L"'n and

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy BROOKER{ owner! by Mr. and Mrs. Earl AIo'isning at the Russ home family, and Mr. and Mrs. Maun.-

JCHURCHESMelhodlst Ozora J. Shell : Green and is next door to GreenV last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Jr. and family of Stark.-

; Ii i j I II I Ky )1,.. K.: B. ('a tII'n Store It has just been completedand \ Sonny Dukes and daughter.Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs J K. I'oiigla.-
I is under the
Ordicati i iIg'e managementof Martha Polk of Trenton and son, and
I n of I( J. F. .. Raud Crews
preached his trial .u.a..uIA.AU..v.k.aIT.t Mrs.
Frank .
,. u __.,i. New School Building: sermons'. I Tinney.Mrs. spent the weekend with her Mrs. Florin Hinley and P.imei
to a capacity audience. ReeXhlbltt'd \ Lee .
T. W.
Markey and Mis
On Meeting mother Mrs. J H. Kelley.Mr. and Peter of
Sunday April S, at 3 p m Cranford N .r. art'
i a true Christian tech. The Brooker PTA met in the: Mary Green attended church at and :Mrs. Paul Prescott and
Church At The TabernacleThe the new buildings of RJE will I visiting Mr. and Mrs Howard
be dedicated. The main address; nique of expounding the hot- I school cafeteria Thursday nightof New Hope Baptist last Sunday family spent the weekend with Wait and family.Mr. .
ture and from all indications
Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Sundai Servo 11 i :ill. East.-! menage .it the will be delivered by W. E. Combs. last week with the president Markey Mrs. Doshie Prescott. Mrs. Pres- and Mrs. W. E \\' Otlm,
will rise to great heights In the Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Dukesin
Worship and Sermon Special se- Tabernai was brought b.the. I Specialist in Secondary Education J. C. Harrell presiding. A'' cott accompanied then home to parents of Mrs. Polly Wait have
ministry. ReLee used his
as Lake Butler Sunday afternoonMr
.e --tion by Chancel Ch"ir. 7:30: sponsor following the Communion from the State Departmentof nominating committee composedof spend several days. moved to Keystone Lake The
Mr.l I subject "Sin and Salvation" and Mrs. Loca Whitten. Mrs. J. W. and :Mrs. T. W. Ma i key Mr and Mrs. Reed
p in. Evening Service. Song I service. The special mu- Education Tallahassee. Lewis and Wait family were visiting them
I emphasized the fact that "Nonecan Kelley and W. E. Bigham Jr.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Turner :Mar- and daughter of Starke
.- 'rvirr altar period, sermon sic included vocal and violin solas. Combs is an outstanding person were Sunday.
i escape. One has to accept I was appointed for the election !t key in High Springs Thursday of Sunday dinner of Mr and
Singing led by the Youth Choir I in the field of education. Havingserved I guests Wilbur Thomas spent Fudav
salvation die with sin. We I
and J. W. Ritch. 9:45: a, m., Morris Brackman Jr. and Kenneth as a teacher principal : or of new officers which will beheld last week. :Mrs. C L. Atkinson.Mr. nite with Mr. and Mrs. D. M
Church School. 6:15: p. m.. MVF I Moon of Trinity College I and supervisor he has had a I for Rev. and Mrs. George I at the next meeting. The :Mr. and Mis. Alex Williams and Mrs. John Shaw of La- i Starling Jr. in Jacksonville
successful in theministry.
many years : purchase of playground '' and Mr. and Mis. Julian Greenof Ciosse were \"isitinII'. and Mrs '! Mr.
Fellowship Supper followed by Clearwater will present a musi- wide range of experiences in the i equipment and Mrs. Buddy Waters

group meetings. Seniors and in- 'j cal program tonight I Friday), field of education. The general' for the school grounds was !s Jacksonville! spent the weekend A. I. Mann Sunday. I and Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville

!i-i, mediates. and Mrs. EJith Smith of Ontario public is invited to hear this MIA llth Contention discussed and Lloyd Wood and with :Mr. andtrs.. Davo Arthur Kelley of Pensacolawas spent the weekend with Mr

Monday, 8 p. m. Cin'lei ( Canada a guest of11'. and MrsJ. great educator who will deliverthe The Eleventh State Conventionof Frank Tinney were appointed to Green. the weekend guest of Mr and :Mrs. Bob Thomas.Mr. .

s 1 at the church. i T. Quigley. will sing a number. dedication message. Music the Florida Association New obtain prices and make a reportat Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Beech and and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. and Mrs Clarenca

Tuesday. 9:30: a. m. WSCS I II' will be furnished by the elemer.t-i Homemakers of America was the next meeting. Mrs. Hazel son of Gainesville spent the weekend -; Another egg hunt was hold Thomas. Mr. and Mrs Benny

aver Group.W..dnesday. I,I ary chorus under the direction I held at Bethune-Cookman Col- Han ell's 1st and 2nd grade room with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Har Sunday afternoon at the home of Thomas Jr.. and Janet Thoma.-

won the $5 prize for the best rell. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Wilson Green. of Gainesville
7:30: p. m. Bible SEVENTH DAY :; of Maurice White and the high spent SundayIT!;
1t'J'elaH'h 29-31. The themefur : count. Refreshments :Mrs. Drew Dukes of Worthington Mrs. Mattie Sowells the Mr.
room spent
were and Mrs. Benny ThomasMr.
Study and Prayer Service. ADVEXTIST ('una'llSen'i'f's school choir under the direction;
I the meeting was: "Better visited the Harrells. Easter with Mrs. \
Mrs. Lucille holidays Beady
served by .
Thursday. 7:30: p. m. Chancel I of f:. E. Minott. Guest singers i and Mrs. Tim Thomas
''hon practice. each Sabbath in the .will be the BraChoPhilharmonicFemale Family Living Through NHA. I Mrs. W. S. Suggs Mrs. W. C Mrs. K. A. Nettles Jr. and Connerly in Tallahassee.Alan spent last weekend with Mr and:

,' home of S. N. Brown across from \' Sextette also under the The delegates from Starke and Stalnaker, Mrs. J. W. Kelley andMrs. children spent the Raster holidays Land of Pensacola spent Mrs. Aubrey Thomas in Panami:

Bethel Baptist Chinch east of 1 1I RJE were: GWt'nlolynIarshall., \ Guy Parrish. with her' part'nt.o11'. and the Easter holidays here and in
direction of Jo: E. Minott. The .
GAINESVILLE HOXI>EIWAHEIIOUSE ) Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. I dedication (,t'remonwill be led "Jackie" I..ane.Ia..y Robist, Joan ; I'arti.n(1 Egg: Hunts Mrs. F. M. Sessions in Wauchula. Gainesville visiting friends. City.Mr.. ana Mrs Wii.xor. Lewis

Bible Study each Wednesday. !I Britt, Ruby Lee Hall and Essie' Mrs. Malcolm Lewis entertained Mr. and :Mrs. U. H. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Terry and and
I by Rev. J. P. Franklin, chaplain mother Mrs. Josie Lewis ofi
four Local .:30 p. m Arden :Mote pastor.XEV : Mae The was chaperoned : Helen Mr. and Mrs
Mayflower Agent I of Forest Hill School. Ocala. Aycox. group the 1st anti 2nd grades with family, Kelly. daughter spent the weekend withMrs. Miami were weekend guest.Mrs. .- o!

I Principal Eddie Thompkins has I byliss Bettye Jean ,, an egg hunt at her home Thursday Chester Andrews and11'. and Terry's parents the Lands Jettye Ia2en.

KIVKKBAITIST I Thomas advisor and teacher ofHomemakmg afternoon of last week in ,, Mis. Guy Parrish and family attended of Pensacola.Mr. .
indicated that no eats will be !
I Arthur of
CIIUKCII reserved i at RJE. All reported celebration of the seventh birthday -;: an egg hunt at the horns and Mrs. W. C. Stalnakerand Pensarola and
so tome early and geta I I June
Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor good: front seat. i a delightful trip and amost anniversary of her son. Johns! of Joel Parrish in Lake Butler family spent Sunday in Ft. Noegel of Lake City were
supper guests of Mr.
Hour. 11 a. Evening Service t and Mrs
ship m. inspiring meeting. of hunt Sunday.Mr.
After an excitingtime .
JcnkiiK Elementary: School White with11': and Mrs. T. C. L. L. Dyal Saturday night.Mr. .
7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each On 2 at the Golden Voice l'ipirltualiJlgl'r": I ing eggs, the10 guests were and :Mi's.: R. H. Green ant1 Stalnaker
I Monday April i I : and Mrs. L. L. andson
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone On Sunday night. April 8, at 11' served refreshments. Favors wereilittle ,i IIand :Mrs. Z. W Hamiltonattendedl Pyal
i legular meeting of the Bradford Staff Sgt. John Tinadle. who wt"re. visiting Mr and Mrs
welcome. L. L. Parker pastor. the Golden Voice Spiritual : nests' containing a randy,,, a barbecue at
Ill supper
County Board of Public Instruc- p. just returned from Korea is herewith Roy Mcbavy and family and:

MOVING STORAGE 1 tion it was unanimously approved : Singers will present a programat bunny and rggs. the H. C. Wolfe Ranch near St. his wife and son, the former Truby Dyal in Gainesville Sunday -
TIIK RIGHT POINT fur the by the members of the Board Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Mrs. Bill Terry's 3rd and 4th Augustine Tuesday.Judy Juanita Suggs. They will make s
I'hune Galnesiille Nay you urite. Come in and seIwt I I that the old school which is the Church. The general public: is in- : grade pupils enjoyed an t'ghunt Stokes of Gainesville! their home in Tampa as Sgt.;: Tin- Mr and Mrs. Aubrey lIaZl'r.md

FR6.5221Collect your fa\orlt.. }:STtU ROOK i j remodeled annex to HJK, be ''' \'ited to attend. This is another i at the W. K. Bigham i home. Mrs. spent Saturday night with Beverly adle is to be stationed atIc- : children were the dinner

I ountaJn IVn. TF.LKGKAI'II. I' named Jenkins I: presentation of the Trustees of! Loa Whitten's 5th and 6th Green.Mr. Dill Field.
Elementary guests of Mr. and Mrs Bill Gr.i
the Church of which Brother Levy I grades had theirs at the Civic >
honor of Sarah K. Jenkins andA. : and Mrs. Mack McLeodof Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and and enjoyed an hunt Sunday
Lenon is ('hail man. All members' Center and :Mr. Burr's 7th and the weekend egg
Valdosta. Ga. spent -
C). Jenkins retired teacher
--- ;i ian.1 family spent the weekend with in Gainesville.Mrs. .
I and friends are asked to come Sth grades had their egg hunt
with :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
principal respectively. This :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Waters inDllntlet' Minnie Hazen was visitmir

I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE building will be used for Special out and hear these wonderful. on the school grounds.Mrs. Hamilton On their way homethey Mr. and Mrs Winfml Hazen H.:

Education and office of the supervLsor. soul-stirring gospel 5ingf'rs.Olitllan' Grace Hairy an
Eddie Thompkins is. \I1I1UIII1"I'II\I'lIt S. Suggs entertained the Junior of Heilbronn spent Sunday with visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Flora Green ..
FIB A. principal of both schools. We The passing of the late John I'' girls and boys with an I'ghun'. Mrs. Eva Harrell.Mr. Russ and family. Bryant of Gaint'S'llie1'1' drone:

compliment the members of the : Williams came as a shock to his Saturday afternoon at the civic and Mrs. W. W. Raborn of :Mrs. C. L. Atkinsonvas visiting guests of .Mis. Allbiev H.iZe:'

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Hoard for making this very fine I family and friends notwithstanding -i 1 center. Ja'klnvillt''t're guests of Mrs. Truby Dyal in Alachua General Tuesday.

ge.stine: for two most deserving the fact that he had been ill Mrs. Aubrey Hazen entertained.about '. Beulah Han ell and family Mon Hospital Tuesday. Louise Hazen of Orlando ana
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I .10 guests at her home last
educators in our community. Both I for quite a while. The funeralwas '' ; Rev. ana Mrs. C. B. Stalling: Vera Colon and son of Gainesville

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 have more than 30 years of held on Tuesday at 2 p. min Saturday in honor of the birthdays dayMr.. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton of were in Miami on business last wt're'isitmg the Aubrey

teaching experience and have added !-1' Allen Chapel A.M.E.: Church of her sons. Sidney and Neil. Toledo. Ohio were guests of Mr. week. I I I Hazen family Tuesday afternoonMr.

-- P.M. much to the dignity and Rev. R. J. Washington and others I Outdoor games were played followed and Mrs. G. E. Green and family Mr. and Mrs M. M. Gano and and Mrs.. L. A Green had
Sunday Sermons: 11 :60 A.M. 7:30
woith of the profession. We )hope': officiating. He is the father of ; ty refreshments.The Tuesday and Wednesday. children of St. Augustine and as their dinner guest Sunda

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. that this name will serve as an I John Williams Jr., Trudie Kelly Brooker Church of Christ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bighamwere Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and,, Rev. and Mis. C. B. Stalling and

to the students in Dessie; Lee Jackson Blanche Allen sponsored an egghunt for the vacationing Miami last Sunday
inspiration \ family of Swan Lake were Polly Wait. Visiting in the afternoon -
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.: the elementary grades who have I and has a host of other relatives children at the Civic Center last Wednesday and I Thursday.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs.: R. F. :'' were Mrs. M. P. Hazen

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at mental and physical handicaps and friends who mourn his I Sunday afternoon.The and Mrs. L. C. Wood and Gano. i I I and Mrs. Bill Plummer of Starke

and that no one will ever call; loss. i New River Baptist Church son spent the weekend fishing at Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown of Annette Green of the I' of ....

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. I this the "dumb school" because) lIulidau'atiuni..t.. I had a basket dinner and an egg'|' Low'hloosa.Alhertus. Hawthorne were visiting Mr. and ,, spent the Easter holidays with

r it has been officially named: Mr. and Mrs. William HollandJr. hunt after services last Sunday Miller is recuperatingat Mrs. U. F. Gano last week. her paients Mr. and Mrs L. A

i Jenkins Elementary' School--annex and their young son, Rodney an,| everyone enjoyed the day'I I home from an operation on his Joan Campanella of Grahamand Green.

I of 1UE. Eddie Thompkins, : Eric spent several days in St. verymuch.. i wrist last week in Alachua General Sarah Carelton were visiting Rev. and Mrs. C B Stallingand -
., .. ... c. "_ I The Home Demonstration Club Addi-
i pi n.ipal. Augustine visiting r''lati'f's11'. Hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mrs. Doris Kelley writ visiting

II Ciii.lrrclla Kail (i..l.Ifair I and Mrs. William Holland Sr., met in the Civic Center Tuesday and Mrs. \\'. K. Bigham Jr. son Friday and Saturday. :Mrs. Edward Clark in Guno-

Hats off to Flossie Lee Dell, and Rev. and Mrs. Roosevelt Dell!I afternoon Miss Dorothy Ross: and family spent the week with Elaine Crosby Thelma Kirkland vine Monday.

Cinderella of 1950: for the Social' .1 r. and family. showed a film on agriculture dur- he W. E. Bighanig Sr. in Lake- and Charles Delengal of. Mrs. Claude Prescott awl ilul-!

REVIVAL I Saving Club of Starke. Johnny Mrs. Fannie Gibbs sister Of ing the. program.Mr. and.Mr Pompano Beach were visitingRev. dren spent the Easter hnlidu-

Jackson served as Prince Charming -: left the and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and Mrs. Edward Clarkare and Mrs. Ressie Carletor with her parents. Mr. and Mi-
: Mis. Marion Dell, city
I' and tried the beautiful pink entertained the Young People'sClasp the proud parents of their during the weekend. W. A. Stokes in Starkf

slipper on all the lovely girls ; Iastel'Ionllay after having of the Dedan Baptist church first child, a son born Saturdayin Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Castlen and Sorry to hear that MiM.n
HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCHRev. { spent a delightful 10-day vaca-
but it fitted the foot of Flossie tion with the Oscar Dells. with an egg pipping and marsh- Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. sons visited Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mott has been ill. d\" !i 1"1'1; !:.

The Social mallow roast at their home last. Clark is the former Jackie Bar- Gainesville
Lee Dell perfectly. Tante and family in is better by now
returned to Macon -
Emma Hentro
I Saturday night. Out of town
Club wishes to thank all :
S.t\ing Sunday afternoon.
E. C. Harvey Pastor Ga. alter a brief stay in included] Mrs. ry.Mr.
]MTsons who attended and made Cora and :\11 s. Malcolm Lewis Spending the day with Mr. andMrs. Tilt niGHT POINT fur UK-

their first annual ball a success. : Staike. She was accompanied by and daughters of Gainesville! and and family spent the weekend : G. B. Colson Sunday were, way you write. Come* in and MI.U --
I Elmer and Ozora Shell and'il-
Who will be Cinderella for 1957; ? Wilbur Andiews of Hampton.The with Mrs. Eva Crowl in J..argo.11' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long: and your favorite KSTKKHKWKFountain

Ethel Young president; Clara I letta Betty who went as far Country Kitchen is the and :Mrs. Kenneth Puss of daughter Martha of the State j Pen. TELEdKAPII.

Apr. 8 Thru Apr. ]15 --- 7:30: p.m. Cohen teporter.American j l' north relatives as and Atlanta friends., Ga. From to1sit avery I

!! Legion Auxiliary unpleasant experience in a '

The Auxiliary of Post 311 mete! filling station the Shells concluded 1111'II'

A. A. Bob ,, at KJE school on Sunday at 2 ;, that Georgia was a good I II''
Evangelist ( ) TravisPastor i p. m. T h. business included '
I II state to be from; that living in !!;
I the election of officeis for the I
Florida is Heaven by far. We I' ,I'I
I new year. All officers were re- : were very glad to reach the Florida -' { l!

of Ramona Blvd. Baptist ChurchJacKsumille elected. Additions included Annie)I line returning home. Westarted '

I J. Dell first vice-president, and ,
to get out and kiss the, I 11
I Co i win McNeil, assistant secre ) !! !:
Fla. wonderful soil. I
I tary. An additional sum of $9 ; Announcing II,:
Mr. and Mrs. ":?kip" Horace "
was given to :Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel i I 'II'I
Royal and daughter left the I i
; \\'hitlev'il'lillls of '
a to-
Wayne Johnson Song Leader-Sarah Tra\ is. Pianist city last week after having spent'' iiiilol'
cent fire. Pauline :Marshall president :
a verydelightful vacation with j; '
I : Corean :McNeil leporter. I
SPECIAL .Ml'SU EVERY SERVICE Church NVusBethlehem relatives and friends. They spent i II;
Easter in :Oorfolk. Va. He is the'son I "
Free Will Baptist; I ii!'
I of Mrs. Sophia Royal. ,'.,
Welcome! Church Rev. L. McKay: pastor i I I ',I:'
Everyone .
Two MoriIaj> to Itcgi'.terhive
held regular services all day Eas-
tei Sunday We would like to you registered? Will yourj I j The I;;:,;

.. name be on the eligible list for
!j'i'I '
..' ;. : ; thank the parents for helping'thr voting at the Primary on MayS I T I, "I
diildien such fin,
put on a
:=.= ? It is a must that you go tot :
= pi o ::i am The "I Can" Club met ,, 'I APPOINTMENT
the county courthouse and register :1'
it the home of Brother and Sis-I :
before the books dose on Sat
:" Mack last Saturday night '
urday. April 7. Many important'ofilees I r:
met discussed "God's Corner.
are to be filled an, you'' "
Thr t lub meeting will be held at :
have right to vote and helpus : ,
every I ii
t the home of Brother and SisterIJI ..l' t
the best officials in '
get our ''I '
\ on the third Saturday night. ) I'
: county Register today and tak. : 'I
Crusade for i
vsi1 are starting ,I'I'
I a friend along who needs to ditto I'
('!III>-t t revival meeting on Sun-
914 --- 8:00: P. M. iliv j !night and are asking' all same thing.

Members and friends to come out o..t..r 'i u'k Oil" IHllllerme

... HearEVANGELIST ... :tmt bring some souls that may'' second Canter "iMtk Hit .iMerritt H. Williams T i

hi- saved during this meeting. i' dinner will be held at RJE on.uomtay. Y

April 9, at 7 p. m. The
BOB GRAY try L McKay, pastor: .
Gladys Blye, reporter. ,| Junior t...ass, sponsored by Mis
1 o'. S. Pierce will prepare the din ,
Mt. :Moriah and Pleasant Grovel

Pastor: Trinity Baptist: Church Jai-k.xomille and Radio Methodist Church Rev. D. W.I I, ner. Persons on the committee AS YOUR NEW

Preacher for "Div l Hrrak"& Kruadca :Mon-Fri. .ti ::{<0-) Demps pastor. Combined sunrise': include local doctors nurses !

7:00: .\ M. W.P.DU.(! lilMl or fill en: the dial. services were held at Pleasant ,! principals, business personnel, anda

Grove on Sunday. A wondl'rfull supervisor. Remember Apnl is I q
0 Easter message was delivered by! Cancer :Month. Manyinteresting;

I, films on sneer have been shown I ;
the pastor. j
held: throughout the county and you
W The Easter programs were State Farm
"will be hearing and seeing more
(; .\ separately; at each church. The| Agent .

Il R outstanding feature of the program -| about Cancer during this month

0 M: at Mt. Moriah was the!: perhaps more than any month in

beautiful pantomime of "The Old the year. The program on Cancer -
Rugged Cross"by Christine Wil-' : is continous but this is the 'I''
( F '
$1 'IHe'
and Vera Coleman. The month for the drive. Our quota l
a neighbor of here for all
: to provide
K. yours : your l personal -ural1l't :
s has been set at $100 in order tobe '
I L program was planned by Mrs.M I needs. He may be able to save you money, too on auto financing and ill II
200 cent again this
I.I. E. Roberts and :Mrs. L.1. per
I insurance through his Bank Plan. Or perhaps he
can help work
X I. All the did I I am sure thhat the people in Reno j you out a 1"1"
Royal. participants
(; () wonderful and the Easter Lawtey. Hampton Wateroak j more satisfactory protection for your family and your home These are job i iI'
i job
I W Parade was'e beautiful. and Lincoln City are going to I'' 'I I for which he has been specially trained, fall him or :see him soon. lit- is an- ,
IX j I! xiou.: to meet I
S Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. help us go over the top again ,. you I III

1. II Rev. R J. Washington pastorS the:! year

.- P I .!ay.-rvi.starting-es were with;good: Sunday all day School.it Sun- !II, IT PAY TO KNOW YOUR STATE FARM AGENT i

10 and with The .,,1 ,
a. m. ending Are All Cold ':H

lord's Supper at 7; p. m. A verysuccessful

Easter program was Remedies Alike :: '
School.Leadership I'III' 504 East Adkins Street
presented the Church
E\angelix Hob dray by No! For rumple 666 is the wide- Phone 177
for this program wa activity medicine, which combine 4 "[' I ,
provided by Mesdames N. Pullum.N of the most effective, v.lddypreI:' I lll't'

Washington and B. J. Lennon scribed drugs known, to relieve aU ;11! 'j; STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES '
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH cold miseries sooner. 666 is more iI !\, ,:
potent and gives positive, dramatic, ;":, ......." ; .i
NI-.V Bethel Baptist Church. rapid relief from miseries of aU kind ''I

REV C I r. PAIH.KTT.: Pastor Rev. A. Vinson pastor. All day of colds.in That's effectiveness.why 666 Try is iL.Vo unsurpassed :::::! AUTO -- LIFE -- FIREJltlu. !:::11

was high at church, starting ,
Everybody Welcome the other told ';;;!:
to Meeting III
with und.School... Supt. S can match 6'6JU1J 6 6 6

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Drive Insurance Firms -- -- 1,I BHS StudentsTo BHS Thinclads Meet New Tower to Top number.-. .>r get "r, ,.' "'f -

56 i Cancer Lake i.Ct UMU! Hli:! !ni.! *! '. .
RainNeeded City This Week .
Join Hospital Show SteersAt h ; :"_ .
I New Tower TopThe ;:;1..: : : i': : "

Biadfoni Hsh St hool s tiatkteam

Plans AnnouncedFor 'Accepted' Listfive Gainesville enr.esed the 13th annual ----
111"St.1rko' C:: \\.rei: .:==
Florida Relays in Gainesville! last
p Tower is to be toppedrh! ,i
wore Hisurdni ompaniesvv :; Tin it' Bratl..I.1. ('otini V Agil- Saturday. but failed to place in radio mast. under le.-o'in:
County CityWith .ny of the events Entered In the: .t. USED TRUCK
vv ile It It'lt this week to the list 'To i:tuntudentt will exhibit ani- passed bthe Cit Ciu.r !'i l 'm ,
were outstanding :
( i five who hud contracted with A :'M. ih.tN! next Fruity. Apr 13. at school teams from Florida Geor-high week

,-.lepped-up, quota uf $SoO.adfoi :She new Bradford Couny: Hospital I the lust annual FF\ Fat Stock i The Florida Power .tn,i i.igh;
and ] "
gia. Tennessee and also some r)7.
annual Can- of SI.and. Sale sponsoic-d by J. authorized the ...
!t> Salvage eadmg university teams
-i 1 Fund drive got under way this policyholdershen the meilu'jl ,! ,. J 0 OiiiiniA Livestock Market in Several new records were Council to move its ptest'nt 'wi- ... .

.eek with the announcement of center first opened two weeks ago G.llne. nll.', according to Bradford I communication,, t'\\\l't HOP SPECIAl!j
I I set in both the high school and
iiviMi'n chairmen by Miss Dorothy Medical Kecords Librarian Mrs : Brooker High School Agriculture In>trih- university divisions atop the old City watti: to\ti t' ; _

\l\.ir v. coun.y chairman, Ix>uisr II. Kite stated that Mutual! tm Paul C Hutchms the new facility vvhir r '1-i .....
i This week BItS meet.Lake City (
Tlu- :annual kkk.off'nt will of Omaha. Inland National Fidelity HUll hins. vponsoi of the local! ,1 pletedsometime n M!iv
III a dual meet there The Columbia : v4A4Ak.kt
'i. hel'l m the Garden Restaurant Gulf Life. National Stand..mi.1 FFA Chapter stated that the The towertop ,tnt,'vridin : !L.i.; ,
High Tigers boast an outstanding
.,' t; |i in Thuisday April 12. and and the United Insurance 'ompany Potatoes Miu\v. is hedtiled to begin at 10 athlete in Ernest Barnes dispatching in.i : h., i r". ,n i
\' :I: m- attended by state and disti : have now completed aix 4agements .-. ; ,1 111. with FFA members from He has been their most consistent point tm i md ib'.f :.1,1.\1 ... .'. I I OF THE WEEK I:

t i ffi< I.Ils of the c-omer 01 gan- with the Hospital for full or paitial "- "; '. .'1'. 11 1 participating chapters exhibiting linking Florid: pnw! ', 1:1"1"-

i/atmn Main speaker at this j>aj'merit of the medical hills ." -, steers they have fattened point-getter to date us- tion and ii;,iin*.':: c-' .. q.' :, ,
ally taking first plal'em the 100.
.u-nt will he Dr Joshua: Edwards of their clients JI\IM\' \MIL10V .."n of Z \V. Hamilton, Brooker grower, luring the winter. and sale of 220 broad Jump. and high Jump. 1955 FORD

}'l.tes"r of pathology at the Uni- She stated that patients arc expected : IIii4Iifsunie of the bacllv fro/en potato plants' in the Hamilton's I fiacre -.how animal will start at noon A lose meet i- .ini ipated be- Move BHS Adult Class

< i -.itv of Florida. to make an admitting deposit -I held. .Ilium} stated that the remit freeewas the third damaging Bobby app. 17 a BHS: Junior. twwnhe Tninaiioe*, and the Tigeis -TON PICK-UP

Mis-, Alvarez announced that the I Ih It.u | c.f S.0 for semi-private rooms : blow the potato plants received.Hopes plans to enter a tKHMb yearling In Bookkeeping 1 Day

lo-house> canvass through- 01' $75 for private rooms to cover Black Angus; Rudolph Hutthin- S RADIOHKATKK)

,it the county will be held Mon- initial hospital expenses but I I for the Brooker area tent of the destruction Field ., son. 16. also a Jumoi. has another Establish Jenkins in-tiuttoi Mai ion I.it PIV"I I'.Hs M...rmuiniidvesteniav :I'venni I :

,' \ night; April 16. The following that proof of insurance with the potato crop. which last year sold after field which only a .short yearling Black Angus weighing i U.flOllitual) "ii iii'...
that th' i \iuH! loiii tin )
i'Mil! men will conduct' this phase companies that have made' working for over a third of a million dollars -' time befoie had been a beautiful in at fioO lb.; and Henry Law- Elementary School '. ". .\-l I ConditionOther
III hemeto
in Inc dive: assisted by th..II'01-' agieements with the hospital are still alive after the late : living green showed only blackj j J son. 17 another Agriculture Junior bookkeeping \ ;

'unteer -workers: will be accepted in lieu of paymentfor March' freeze, but only some good j ened rows as a result of the will exhibit a 14-month-old Ki.iilfm': f'oiintv"- new 'legic be held! on Tue.sdiv: night a' 7o
clock( instead of Monday night 1 To (ChcXN From
Starke residential. Mrs. Pete G. thtt poition of the required rams can salvage::: the crop freezing cold. wind, and dry con- Hereford special education s(hool established -

deposit coveied uniitr the patient's Some of the tc'' dition of the soil. Hutchms Instructor in the renovated as in the past
J-'t' >los; Brooker Mrs. Bill UJ ham; ; I groweis plan I and Agriculture Typing classe will be held Visit our huw Room and

uraham. Mrs C. B. Roberts; Il1oliry. spray the badly damaged plant Harrell explained that the age J. G Wood called all ot the old HoOU: !School, was Tuesday night from 7 to 9-W: > and see the tomplete Line of

Hampton Mrs T. J. Alderman: Other insurance groups recognized with a soluble fertilizer. in an of the plants at the time of the I: thiee "fine animals" and encouraged officially named Jenkmg Klemen- Beautiful .
on Thursday night tn1m1., to Motoramic t hey.t
Theressa Mrs Pat Dickerson and !i at present by the Hospital attempt to get them glow ing freeze will determine what they'; Bradford farmers and cattlemen tarv School this week in honoi was' ann':1un"t'i1: '
+:3 it i iSocial for ;06.Ot .
Mrs Cochrane; Lawtey. Mrs. Dan are Blue Cross of Florida Reserve vigorously again but without rain produce, if there is enough rain- to help themselves and of Sarah F Jenkins and A0

Harley and Mrs. S. J. McGaney.Heilbronn ; j Ijfe.Vilson Life Provident Life this cannot be successful fall. :, the FFA by entering bidat the Jenkins both retired Bradford R SERICE)

Mrs. Louise Norman and Accident and Independent Others who do not have spraying "The plants which had pea- i i show. teacher-principals still active in Security 1MY-S DIMDLNDS"RATLIFF

Hum- 1 out that the equipment, will just wait and sized potatoes on them probablywill ii educational circles
,I md one other to be named; Mrs Kite pointed :i He revealed that all commissions .

phrejs: Gold, T. L. Casey. Allen i i Hospital: is not a county-owned in- get what they can from the : go on and make a fair crop" from the FFA steers and The name was given at the A tepiesentatixe of 'he C.cintsville

Dean and C. J. Denny.: Kingsley : t-titution. but must depend on rev- ; crop. !I he said. "But those which had the entire day's regular sales of : lequest of teachers and Supervisor Social Set unty ottite will L I F F
I be at the court room of the Courthouse -
Lake and Starke business district. i lenues from its patients to cover I The Brooker potatoes welre tubers the size of bird's eggs, commercial cattle and hogs will .. of Bradford County Negro Starke 10 .
in at a m .n
;Mrs Pauline Torode; colored com- ; operating expenses. It is oigamz-I planted in an agreement whereby i iI ( will produce small and misshapen i be given by Odom's Market to.. Schools Ozora Shell at the
I i Thursday, April 12, tot the -
mumU School Supervisor Ozora (>II. legally as a self-suppoiting I seed and fertilizer were furnishedby I II potatoes" : the 11 chapters reprt>sented. legular nwt'tingof the school' of purpose CHEVROLET CO.CW.
conducting social se'Ulity' .
Shell I non-prolll lorpoialion. I produce companies. in exchange -] Potatoes were by no means the A Grand Champion and Reserve board Monday: morning.The businessPersons. .

Last year's quota of $700 was Fhe suggested that piospeetivepatients I I for 50 per cent of the only casualty of the late blast of Giand Champion will be chusenty building contain two who leslie make Call and Court Street*

..1101 than doubled by the Brad- I first thetk with their In- [I yield so growers are bound to:, winter The 25-acre tobacco FFA judging teams followedby laige classrooms and a number to

lord County organization qualify- : sinanoe repi esentativ es to estab- I sli'k'ith the greatly educed planting of X G. Haves was a showmanship contest I "f offices application foi social I seciintv re Starke Fla.
I ement or MIITIVOIS benefit
it for membel'' hip in the 200 lish whether their tit-lilaI' companies I killed "graveyard dea,' ay _
in;: pal crop.rotatoes i iI A similar sale at Odom's Market .
-tH tile Mill ii .11111. i i ii in' === =-
i'r Cent Club. tISS Alvarez expressed haw been diiepteU 1 by the I| which weje planted ont man described It. Have1<; in Live Oak several weeks ago)' I I Mule Stars In Film v =- =

hope that this \ear's drive hospital and that they bung' their] late :got:: through with l less dam- plowed up the field and made Huh Inns said netted chapter:. '

would be just as successful. ; insurance policies and cunent le-j age The planting of Russell plans for replanting. over $200: each in (commission and At Park This \Veek11"naid

Miss Doiothy Ross is assisting q 'pts when they iegistei.Starke ;! Green for example, fared better i While beans, cukes squas-h. and the average salt of fat *4eeisexceeded Sell It Rent It Trade
plavs I'1-'
;Miss Alvarez as: co-cha.rman: of : than most others The plants I watermelons were wiped out for S'56: pi'r bundledLight

the drive.Slade ,: show more green than do those i the most pat, oddly enough::: some inlt- in .\ 1 nlni involving mistaken -

To Buy | in other fields and with sufficient -j pepper got through all right ult'ntlty and a talking 'WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

water they will probably goon Everett Gainey. for instance, has Fantastic mule with Navy maneauveis.
Elected Head ;
New Police Car I fair' playing at the Paik Theatre thiSimdav -- -
and make a fair crop' of some pepper which escaped dam-

Of LP Gas DealersT |I quality I'I'I ago Toe Trips Starke.Restaurant thiough Tuesday Low Rates Jaw Hcsiills basy To Place

Speaking of the freeze :Mai-, Meanwhile the farmers around 'Fianci.s In The Nav'>'- i>
The City of Staike announced i !O UORDS OR LE& S. ONE INSERTION
II. Slade of the Slade Gas another in the series of "Francis --------0- ,
colm Harrell stated Brooker and
this week that bids will be accepted -I : are eyeingthe skies Owner
Co.. liquified petroleum gas deal- i I for a new police car and : .It was the most complete kill i iI anxiously watching for rain the talking mule" pictines, whici F.C'IIDU1TIO -\L WORD 2*

pi of Starke and Jacksonville was for removal of the old City Water I've ever seen. Thete is practically -i clouds. Rain is the only thing started some years ago with I>l (Ol\T OP 15 PER ('ES!;? ON TWO OR MORE ISIRTIoa' !

elected president of the Florida i i Tank on May 1. I nothing left" now that can repair some of the ', The knotty pioblem of just Connor and Francis as an __2:"..- IIHHTIOMI. FOIl Ill 151) 'Of! OR "Of! NOTPIIH IV "O\\CE

State 1.. P. Gas Association at a i I A tour of the area a few days damage done their most important what (constitutes a dance hail'was Army mule -
City Cleik Carl Johns was instructed ( turned over to Starke City
meeting held in Atlanta. Ga. last after the freeze revealed the ex-i cash crop. : Martha HUM is co-staued and
week. I'' by the City Council I Attorney A. J. Thomas. Jr. for ; the picture was duected by Ar- WHEN IN NEED OF Schwinn BicyclesLandscapingLand

The election took place at a Tuesday to obtain competetive Bradford Red Cross Drive ;nintanglement! this week tv the thur Lubin. Jim Backus plays a
Clearing I
automobile dealers for County / -
Florida caucus during the Southeastern bids from j> City Council. harrassed Navy Commander bedeviled .\NI) REl'.VIRIXr.

Division Convention of ja I car to replacetht' present 19i3 I Lags Behind Quota In question is the status of a : b.the. two OConnoisand Fill Dirt Paving S\WS FiLE

the National U P. Gas DealeisAssociation Ford in police service and from Hospital Records small piece of concrete paving FiamisLibrary riewas Peat Humus I
the Bradeni'll { Red Building Sand Oyster LMOUERS: mI'-\mtn:
in the Atlanta Bill- contractors for tearing down "ollnt.s lagging at Herb Thomas' Drive Inn on -
I! old! water tower when the City's First Week Cross fund drive received a $238 Shell -
Hotel March Busy used ou.i-
more on 27. Mr. Highway 301 that is Simpson Bike
; of Activity Shop
Slade was immediately inductedinto new tank is completed sometimei boost thu week with receipt sionally by young patron tot

office :i May. The n >w Bradford County! ., check for that amount as this dancing Grows In New Home See OVID LEWIS S. Walnut Street

Also attending the convention Information may be obtainedor Hospital listed 27 patients during II' county's pro rata share of funds : There is a" single table with KM W. Ia
nora' Starke were Mrs Slade, bills submitted at Johns office I' its first week of operation from collected at the Jacksonville and i (hairs on the patch of hard- Library and Woman's Club officials I I :StarkHa.. I CARPENTER WORK I

Lawrence LaMee.: and :M L Elder. in the Starke City Hall un- I Monday, :March 26! to Tuesday'! Green" Cove springs Naval Sta- : surface area. and a juke box ir. levealed this week that the lnf. CenJfnt Bl"c'"*. -K'..Remodel-.ring andsiding 1

all connected with Slade Gas Co.. Iii) the May 1 deadline j I April 3. accordl1gto Medical tuuu a small protective shed nearby. I Bradford Public Public Library II t Sorr..ll., ftn Cement Telegraph! work Chas A
So far the total collected here has lent a total of 401 books \ tfchg
.i) Records Librarian Mrs Louise H Thomas states that no chargeis I INCOME TAX RETURNS
I Kite I now stands at $1,36.05: less than during the first month since opening (let all legal deduction RJLiLgR( : STAMPS made tn order;
made for the u.;pIf the concrete jour datrs numberers notary seals.
I Mrs Kite revealed that five of I, r.o per cent of the 3.060 quota. ', by teenagers for dancing i 1 its new suite of rooms over I See or ('all facsimile stamps iiradfnrd County

i these were maternity rases and Mrs Del Colley and h'S. I i they don't even have to buy anything !1 the Agriculture Buildingin W. P. SMITH Telegraph tt

EAGLESSPRING 'chi tened' M.vldred! Cuttino have reported. Staike to the public. 5 5t PAID ON' SAVLVOH KET-
the hospital was is> on from the restaurant. but 342 :S. Walnut M. STONE

its opening Monday morning by[ collections of $97.:.r>0 at Camp, the nickels it takes to run thr. 1' Fiction and Juvenile books were 1'hone 3',6-J or 181 1'SF. STATE 1jJ-IGlITS.BANK FI4\-. 3fEIiI-KEY-:

Deborah Ann Starling;, born at Blanding. a substantial increase, juke box, explaining that he putthe by far the most popular during'the 20 Vearv Experience REPS FDIC

SPECIALS 11 a.m., its first patient.Three I over the amount raised there last' i floor there simply as an : month from March 3 t-.

of the 27 weie negro year. 1{ added" attraction for the convenience : April 3. with 169 juvenile an' 01-H TK\TH .IXMIHRSIRIR4DIO SIH\TOC.1
I FOR MEN AND BOYS patients one of them the victim i i The Junior Woman's Club has i of his customers. !i 21fi fiction works borrowed I All MaL.ro All Model tLORIIMN
I There were only 19 volumes U.a..II. ..lIa"" .. _arnire..
evening. $125.25
JUST ARRIVED of a shootingSaturday reported collections of in I Several people who have complained ... ..
('II \ C. IIF.PHKRI : w ibrrr bd
taken in room
George Frazier Jr. the woundedman. ; the icsidental districts of Starke. of noise at late hours."hO'e.pr. i i out Philosophy, Re- TO! W. Cull St. *. *rk> Pht9 honor, hard wood rioor. tiled maitonrf bath

I was reported resting comfortably :i Contributions of $25 each werE feel that he running |IJig-ion. and General rata orie.s. i .. Values is .
Real Money Saving FOR SALK New S x 8 x 16 ConII......, rl..-. hot
The is each eater heater.
today after over 3 hours j i acknowledged this week from ''a I dance hall and have requested : Library open day I crete block 19e Cement J1.50 Litrben rihan..l fan. rar ad
I, table Saturday E.,. 1 i from 1 :30 to 5 p.m., antI! all' per bag. Mortar Mil J1.30 per utility roam.. pert a
the G. H crouad
on operating |'C. Barksdale C. Wall that the City force him to obtain bag. Hr ad ford Ehglneerlng Co. UndM-nped

I night, when it was not Known : Matthhews.: Dr. C. J. Houpt,I a license or dost off the i i hooks in the collection are avail- nh n_ *>4. Starke tf Down paud payment Street and tu .tt y .Otii......

WASH N WEAR whether he would live II I and Koch Ding Store are; i 1 able to the public. hough catalnlu..ing A \V\TKINS nOl'TlIS OPEN' in la non-teteran .veleran:::.oJl8. floo.O RW.retricrrator. -.

TROUSERS I People from Ptarke. Newberrv.. i I Carl Roberts, county c'hail man' A City d.mchall license will is still in progress in Bradford .unty. Many nvarl>rdealers blind:*; If desired.. el re. range anden._.
now making $;:5 to BOO pa
Ia1wte '. Keystone Heights Melrose of the 19">6 fundraisingcampaign.,. cn-st Thomas $V>. if the cement per week This is one of the bes-t raentit llkr rear

Raiford. Hampton. and I urged all chairmen to completeI paving can !legally be called ;Steady Increase routes In the Stale fan you qualify -

FAMOUS: "HUIWARD" BRAN! Waldo have taken advantage of I solicitation in their aieas and such Marks 301 Traffic The fur J. this I:. WatkinCo itnt-" Why.. not 659V.write. Florida Realty Co.

the facilities of the new medical I make reports as soon as possible I'eacbtree St. N I: Atlanta. (.a. Of Starke

Sizes 2S to 12 Special ] center so far. with the largest He said the drive would continue" 4 School Principals The average daily volume of 4tchg 5, ZO ('ur .tndre-wa. "-. II. .,...U.
$5.88 : .\. J. ]......)
number from Starke had been covered,
of patients until each area
I ; traffic over U. S Highway 301 ata Large Farm, Ranch
Regular Stripe I The hospital was officially dedi- ,! ;'Retain Bradford PostsFour point three and a half miles Timber Loans B5 Temple .%,r. Phonr 3MMarLr.

I c.>te Panel was
Bradford County School LOW I INTEREST -_ _ _
2:.II unary 10.pt\ >r cent more than

New Solid Colors Special I Starke Educators"Visual Principals were re-appointed to,. the same month in 1935. and a JERRY O. GAY''i: KKNT-Kurni-htil r"mm f,.r
$7.88 their present .positions by, the -1-epini with kitton _
( Hold Thurs. Service phenomenal 5S.9 per cent increase iNSURANCE SERVICE:: privil. e.
100' Dacron t I" u..rkinic lady ,'
the 11-
Kfficiencin School Board this week :'; hn-t,,,,

:I For Scott Alvarez School" was the topic discussedbv The four, who are not umlei '''over The 1951 e\'er.mcreasing popularity I'hont> 371-4 1227 E. Call Si_ i'h"n.ii'.j_ :_ _4I(_hI_; 4_ I_

I regular contract are John Burr. Kill! >UI.K Mas..nr: >' lion,... hrH
a panel of local educators 'o( 301 tourist route indicated -
as is
a l.cdroi.ins. .,
Scott Alvarez! : 2. a farmer Brooker Principal; P. T Know-. *r| rt
SPORT SHIRTSFamous BOYS Over Radio Station WJHP in by the fact that it racked up !large lot.N o raallf\lne '-r \i.-
and lifelong::: resident 01 Biadfoid land. Principal of the Starke Ele-. LOW COST inc io-.f. IMy Muitv antIov.r >,il,.
died Tuesday morning j jas Jacksonville at 11 o'clock last II. gains of 10.4 over last year and pavineiith, IN. aI'pcntrn.r'"iiiv.
Brands County mentary School: L. Latch,, .
5S9 per cent over 1951 while U. l-hone 15S ;tni.
"Tom Sawyer"Real the result of a heart attack i i Saturday morning. Taking parton Heilbronn Principal, and Melane ,' Liability Insurance :
Quality I S. Xo. 1 showed gains of 3.9 percent
at his home near Conner Bridge !, the panel from Starke were Taj'lor. Principal of the Hampton -. wiu. PKU. or TRAI>F 40 .," .
And and 44 1 for the same oom- farm with one 6-room hi.u-i'. ,unlif ,
Mr Alvarez was born in Bradford Training School.Superintendent Contact Us theNEW '. 1-room houtw-. .
New Dr Seymour H Marco local partive periods Concerning liRhtf anil' s i
Stjle County on Sept. 17. 1SS3. : of Public Instruction -r Kr.m'i. on HiRhWrtv 2_:, (,
I optometrist who repie.sented the U. S. 1 still led in daily! average INSURANCE LAW H -arler. Rt 2. it I04 irk.
the son of the late Owen and I II H. P. Morgan explainedthat I
Sizes S.MLXL.Regular
: I the however with a count of 7,294 at _Stp s'<;
':Candasia George Alvarez j I sponsoring organization. it is necessary to re-appoint" No Membership Fees
Bayard. 15 miles south of Jackson- FIRfJfJM unrurnl"h ,, ,
hon f.
$1 99 to $3:t ft;) Besides his wife Kate Long Northeast Florida Optometru1 non-contract schoolmen from tim' f
rrnl and on. thrttri.m ,
i to itSpecial : Mile. U. S. 00 west of Orlando. HEST RATES IN TOWN .. f"ro.-I
1 f Alvarez ho is survived by three' Assn., Mrs H. A. Lawson President ti, time as a matter of course b\; "I apartment S"t' MrMi:!,.' "
was second with a count of 6.347; 6 Month Policies Thfm.a..
;: 82i; N Tempi A
Special/ / I! daughters, Mrs. Lugenin TillU. j ji of the Bradford High Schoo' special Board action. US. 17. one-half mile south ofOrange ___ 2tp 4 f
i :Mrs Ruby Taylor both of j He said that the work of al!I
PTA; P T. Noun, principal of City was third with 6023: Doyle E. CONNER Fill: IIETFour: fuitii-l-'l
nmri' '
to 88e Jacksonville; Mrs BermceVili i the Staike_ Elementary School, four has been "more than satis\ and U S. 301 ranked fourth with INSURANCE AGENCYPhone l-.u-.. Martini. Fruit !'h.Ii| :' .
Miss factory" and called them "assets "NTh T' UlfJl. .\\f .
kmson of Macclenny, and I I. h;
$1.79 $2-99 i iI j and Chas S Partin. principal of its daily average of 5.558. 285 136: W Call
to the Bradford County School;
I Evelyn Alvarez of Starke; twc i iI BHS. \\'_'''onlIan: t.. .i.rr.t full

sons D. 1... Alvarez. Starke and Sjstem" tnnVatkin-- r.I 1 11., Ir..F'.nl
: The program will be lebroad Love Story FeaturedAt K ill H.-T-f'urnh: two bedroom I'nion <*ouut\' Vlanv ii...iriiv
I Vivian Alvarez, Jacksonville; i houmixlcrn innvrnipncesViiilt ,1>'!ilers non nuKinK, ;.x.r I : "'
LOUD DAYTON The Best In Men, I three brothers. Rafe and Britt II i iJ cast over local station WDVH Name Silcox DelegateVernon Florida Theatre ) ,. Mrs A ..' Saul 633 MeMahnnp ,l"-r h"iir; This i is ,,n.- ..1 I th.. I 1. ..*
I I II ((980 on dial at 3:30: o'clock next phone 18}-W. tfchg r .iii.-,, writTh.. J It \WKlIi!
J Alvarez. both of Starke. ani .
I afternoon ''fl.p5Jy. <, : V\ -t l'ra"titr. :.st
1 for $4.50 1 Colonel Alvarez of Lake Butler: 'II Monday D Silcox of Starke,' An unusual war story of a :N K: Aflama <;n rKia 4 h 4t I J:

SHORTS 88' I Iand Martha Addison for Lite' hance between FKlMIHsK OI'l-ORTl'MTY
one sister Mrs agency representative meeting strangers 'FflR S\I.E-f'r..nd h lik. 2M-1,
I of Raiford. Berry Trading Brisk, Insurance Company of Georgia, : H the featured attraction at the FOR STAKKK K-ar Kr>" I, ,
I Funeral services were held in Need For Rain Poses has been designated a delegate' Florida Theatre this Sunday and Open your own. Prmr-rflr ( "mblnatinn Kn_ _-ra_ _Stai_ Farm_ _1-p_
Burger and * i the Johnstown Baptist Church. ;' to the company's convention al: Monday "ofl lee ('mm llrltr-ln. 27fcurrrnftful /.(':'T l'l.i.1 k anti E. lit tlif..d; |: siirrtav ,,-

Men Tropical Snow' Ire.s.s .\f which he was a member Short Season Threat the Jung Hotel in New OreansLa. "M.racle In The Ram." costarring klurr* now III opera nigh' !:- iril 1 I'h',n'I -,

TROUSERS lion In riorld Write t'trrir- 2'_ _1 _ _ _ _Hr
: Van Johnson and Jane Wy-
i Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock .. April S-ll lit, of >orth Ilorida.. Hut 3Ofl.Huulr .
53; Iacron'or..ted; ; : with p.eD.. A. Greek officiating :March ales ot strawberries on He earned the distinction man, was written for the screen ."., Orlaadw t la. lip 4/G t" ISFVT: f..1k.T.... 1.,1 I''.. ,",.,!., >)i,v<.,,fur,. innlrt ,,

the Starke State Farmers Market in by Ben Hecht from his novel of .
Interment followed in the family through outstanding results -' :.h..1 Fh w..k 1I"nl """ r

Feather) Summer Weight. Snug, Tex Wai.st Band. i plot in Dyal Cemetery with DeI I II brought Bradford growers; 148. ; the selling of life insurance andservice the same name _ _ _ _ 'h'.ni1T7 or r.n'-I'I I .rl... 'i] VViltj I
I i I'am01: F. Alkin'' S. -. ', t
Permanent \\'Itt f. Jones Funeral Home in RO .59 for the 6,611 crates sold to policyholders! during 1 It was produced by Frank Ros- M:VV HOMIS IN "TVItHfr.Ibrrr :
Crea Wrinkle Ih'Si Ntant New
>e, Spring/ I direced 1I :I.f' \VaNTI.I'---s'.r."r.= I', 1..10..
during that period. Average the of enberg by Rudolph Mate
charge of 19He won privilege
I arrangements i iI brd room "0...... modern "'Ir.- ..f o..all iaI.v fr..n, > p ',,
Colors Sizes 2S up. I price paid Pr crate for *h/i taking his wife to the meeting | and the music was composed and n\rulrorr, ear port patrdvtrrrt. 11 |i m ....hil, .- mf'h'r ...,trl' i
I I month was $..53. through membership in the Life conducted by Franz Wazman. rll> IfHflrK.. aardwiMtd h"'tit1 "'au/ >>'. VV .r J' >, '..
AGNEW floor RqolO *:!.!**>.t$,. balanrrllkr "'Q'". .>::1 1:1'!
Value $14.95 For the first three days of this of Georgia President's Club. the rrnl.lorrr .
$8.88 I Window CleaningLet week, sales: totaled 1.258 cratesat company's top honor organization.Mr. i F.RI.t't-".. r...,,n h' '.'''. I .
hid roofs hunie bin d. .-" t,' "?niinil rn 1"! at .!l'
I.i'rht In a price range of from $8 to Silcox also qualified for W.C.T.U larcr .lilnu room dlnlnic .....rn."r., ., t ',,irs VVf.lf.' I-.i I is,\ :i,

I Stores Offices Homes $11. Most terries this week sold the 1955 convention He has been tIiu liatkx. rrntral brat, tile 'hn'II.._IT,,
floor ill) utllltlrx, patrd "lr M.
at a $9.50 average with the company since 1943 \\'-is for women who work witha .:'t..ItM ll1O.III. llnlao.r like F""' "F"Tnp t--']r'.<.ni tinfur
THE MOST COMPLETE Outside Onlv :JOe up ,......i ., .
At A I It Ralph Nettles Jr. who is rrnt. Hru* *it "or* IiriinlfMr -'
E \ G L E Reasonable Prices I will -. :Nate Williamt. IPF'KVTFR "
managing the berry deal here thn : C-I.. for Christum who .....
never Roth of t f proprrllr are Innirr
WORK CLOTHES I >ice b> da '. week or month sear. said that the greatest need Johns/ Joins I htand still; ___ __ rrnidrnllal ",rriloni" and ml .> ('% WaNTE1iM.. 'i iMiwav
Is-The-Best-For-less We Clean Windows. Floors! '!i, >r .11...... by ppulatmral o. ). 301 a"ro>s frr.m I nd. r.n I
for rain. Berries
right now is
T-U for tt'rnpt"ra.n'f' the DEIT. IN TOWN Always First Quality I \\a-sh Painted Walls are getting smaller and quality1poorer I 1 Claude Johns. Social Studies our band FLORIDA REALTY CO. _
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Wood Work because of lack of moisture Teacher at Bradford High School, FOJ F"T-T..o: h..i'.m II'"' 'irr
Finest Quality I-Li for union UNITED: we Of Starke i-h-rt hn--- r.n ;0'h': '"'.

111 E: Call St Phone j6 Call Vs For Quick Sert lee he said. Unless ram comes' !:[ will enter the Air Force April 14 stand for God and Home (Our A>......*. W. B. StMtU -*'. Pee UVe WilLim-- i'l.

W S. AGNEW Prop within the next few days the :: His resignation was accepted .
At Lowest Prices .. and every Land. A. J Tk ma Ff .1' \ TY-Rllr Fr..n, r.'(.',i!. '
Starke Fla 393 Cherry St. SUrke Ha. S.VJ Trn le A.... T.upJao 383 ,.
season' will be considerably effective on that date this week Florida( \Yhn Ribbon Newt). "".rt-.. Florida :,* ,r... ''c"iin' ."01" ,;"r. i' tg .. '
rr *r. "I'n'h\\ Ir
the Board of Education
OTter.ed 'hy .. ,
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Second Section Bradford"T County Telegraph

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FLAG RAISED OVER NEW HOSPITAL 'I Building Activity i PTA Announces $700

Home DemonstrationNotes : SERVICE I MEN I I I Marks Business Band Festival Profit

I II II I | Expansion In City Profits ni Jinuni I }7iMi ,'- :r! \'.
iI I I i ;.ne meals and corn's..,,:: .-: inlereipts "

byDOROTHY 1 II | The nmtinued gintith! and ai ,I at the Distru': FI\<' Bn,

: ;: ROSS I :, tivity of the Starke bUl'ines"omI Festival were reported at :M.e t u':.:.

1 1I mumtv is stnkinglv reflected! in ular meeting of the High Silw,;
': ( / Home Demonstration Agent I four current piojtcts nearing : PTA in the high school] !Ih> ,u > i 11.-:

I i completion in the downtown j week.

A question and answer periodwas iI t J. F. Jaudon completed mot area'i ing 'i Since the high s, h..,.: Ibis: : ,-

food (unstrt.ition Training j j I held at the end of the day | --1 his Western Auto Stole to its :i PTA project, Mr>, I ,i.v-m sa.a: i

I 1 t new location in the remodeledStar it is likely that a latgtp.-ii.-nt-
Last Friday the State Faim when all the questions were asked j r r. -
Home Demonstration Club was| that had not been asked before. I i Store on Call Street last F age of the profits would be spent

!'in' host group for the Food Con i The State Farm Club graciously I If'' week and Adolph Gays Sia}tag i, on library improvemon- .,, i s :'-

,'rvxttonTraining Sleeting.Chair- opened their spacious kitchen : Appliance agency is now estab- '! ual aid equipment
I It >1 th.,' ," .,10'-
was announ"t<
lishhed in its brand-new
men Rum Heilbronn and Lawtey I for this occasion and provided i 1is building
tf'/1 e West Madison lion of officers and adop:i 10"> : ,0: .+
flubs attended the thud training plenty of coffee and cake f I i constitution and b} -Irn> era:l t.t;".'
meeting held this >ear The other eryone : Renovation and lace-lifting operations -
'I I'vt HI! hall! F: demons: ,..n ... I place at the next nice'Tnr, : "
are in full Lex
meetings were food preparation Those atttn'ling'I'le Mis PIt : swing On
of Mi and Mis li L Clenu"ns u'Kt 1 lav. April 17
Gteen's block
and gaidenmg Dinkins, Mrs A. 1 H, Harley. of stores adjoining
|l 2, Starke, his b.i-i. !
Mis,., Lena Sturges, the Foo Mrs E. I.. Cox, Mrs A. C. BelvheMis oinpleted I 1f :- i The Telegraph on Call Street Ol"LL. I.O\ h: the nev\ Kst.rhronk -
(',InSI'I ration Specialist from Tal-j 1 H H Thrift Mrs MV. training; at Ft Jackson, S (' 1 1.1 tst (j'e 1 ': the future home of Olen Depart- purse-si/e fountain pens in

lahassee and the agent instructed j jimrnbeis Sht'alyrs.. [.. F.. Dugger, Mrs. :November He then t took ail- s i mont StoresStarke branch, and .
y n : pastel .shades. Onl $? 58 at Bradford
vanceil l artilleiv at F Ja't ,
in methods of canning| L \Vamwiight, Mrs J. G tiaming ) ; th. walls and roof are up on E.'mklt'I'i .
Bliss] Texas and anonstatroned I ; Count, TilegraphPULPWOOD.
.ind 1 freezing. ; Caldwell Mis H J. Kucera. Mrs :\ \\ new store building

The members will have a can- !' Roy Cooper, and Mrs. R, P. Mc- at Ft. Mile}, Kansas Befm. ntenng :'i .i'! the present Wmkler Electric

exhibit at the county fair I LendonNtniwtHrr. service in 19."i5, hi w' i- : + M m;P, i"\' un Temple A\emie
next November" so they plan toj I ) Glace IVMis student at BHS He iv .unt appreciate :t.'!'on stated that he moved
ht'aringil..m inemtit
get ready for it now by canning i] J. G. Caldwell submits the following addi.vpv 1t i h:", k up the street to his new

lime for the fair at the time they i this recipe for strawberry glaze null.',> i t"i obtain more room form
Richard E demon-, RAH,>70!>60P.tiv
for themselvesThe and "It is most deli- :- ,'''p.wllingbusiness.. and Gay
1"I'anninl says
a ; pie \' i
CI \th AAA En At \ I is on? IU'SINKSS:
agent opened the meeting cious and is my family's favorite 1 r y, _.< i 'm ,inie reason for building
t ?I'I Ft. Rilev KansasVugil .
b\' giving the purpose of the way to have strawtemes" #. 4r ,tin' 'if\t door to his former :\lr. I.indovvner we're hereto

training workshop and outlining Receipe: 1 quart of berries A till. h has now been rented
nht'nIIU havepulpvvood
the work to be undertaken that Crush 2 cups of strawberries and f i M MI i S. Royal Tire agency serve 'oft ,

Miss Sturges explained the 3 tablespoons n!!", eepenencing growing pains. to M1I.hether
day add one cup of sugar t ,' '
sheet on "Family Food Conservation of cornstarch and mix .. ',;",'er. d'dined to comment on }our load is large or small,

Plan" and how it might be I well simmer for about 15 minutes ; '' -1 a /M,' ."thei tenant for his remodel ;; the modern facilities of Bradford -

used used i or until real thick stirring; i tip t < ,; t uiKiing./ except to state that oodjard are at >our

The woikshop method was constantly to keep mixture from I Iburning 1o' ol.-n! branch will not ociupy ; .disposal. Bring us }our next

in which the members worked in -. ( If desired, add a httk. i t the entne space He estimated I; load. "'f' pay rashon the
tomatoes, beans, 1 "'- that his of stores, which ;
pan s and canned butter to give a brilliant look tr.the :, group spot."

,ii squash. The cold pack methodvut vege-I, sauce) Cool lilt 2 cups of 1 'syam, "f4 r ."y-- ate being converted to two large :

in whuh the raw baked i ;,. stores under a single 1"00f111 ,
used ;
whole big berries into a ...
r ..... -... ... l'O\T.l'TEdwin
,ttbie was packed into the warm pie crust or tart shells an,} poll :. be ready for omipancv within a
with hot water, saltMtdeil I H.\U K\xVi| | l'tI E:}IXna., "tal't.1 l 10)' nirmU-rs of Xnu-ricin few months
,Iu covered I the cooked sauce. mixture over Legion IW ;.If In f..mr iiiiil are
lids plaied on the jar and berries stand) Lee. son ot :Mi and Mi- l--Rmnn.ur->. ,\.runty'+'..,.) Jr., (,ene Ix.ng. and (liarle* s.h.u-U.T. The flag and [pole viere gifts to the The Temple Avenue building W.' Peck
Utnlikehulandoin Joe Lee of Staike and "
a BUS new Bradford
the pressure (
Hie jar placed : a sea of tril- | Hospital from IW :>G on the 'It'c'a..i"n of its duliration and Iwo, house \Unt .lye remains a complete mystery approved I Junior, recently joined the Nary" Man'li .
,.oker. This is the new liant led Serve with whipped : >
method for some vegetables and I cream. I anj is taking his boot training at I' ', \\ has rev"ealel only that OR ('. F BATEMAN

bit of time. The tomatoes Cleat Lakes, 111 He would like 'he has "foui or five' rental applications
:saves quite a In this delicious fresh strawberry -
processed in the to hear from all his friends at the from prospecti-e new Phone tit-J
were I berries un ,
the big are
water bath.Quality cooked so that there is no los following address: Virgil Lee D Andrews PledgesTo I busmesse. It, too is expected toI l P Il. Box 129 Starke; Fla.
SR1S8-9S-79 Co. 117, Batt. 141
canning was stressed of Vitamin C. The berries in tho Ask Pay Cut I be ." ,Id\' 1m 11I1 upaiu :;.)on.
throughout the morning. Vegetables I Reg 14, Recruit Training Center
cooked such a short
sauce are dnd
must be canned while fresh Great Lakes. Ill For Congressmen
time some Vitamin C may
and gathered at the proper stageof re-I '
main.Starke, Cpl. Alfred E Glisson,, son of
maturity to keep the flavor, din Andrews candidate for
4-I I Club
Mr. and Mrs A.1.. Glisson of
color, and food value. A gariety Starke elected .. Congress from the Eighth; Congressional -
The 6th grade in Staike, recently took part ln athreeday r
also plays its role in District in a speech
\ the following girls to office: battalion landing team (
tanning and freezing 1 i i over two Eighth District radio sta- HUNDREDS
President, Dorothy Sa'age'ice; : exercise with 1.000 Marines of
The ladies were also instructed I I i tions, has pledged himself to introduce -
Patricia Loudon secretary ,
president ; the 2nd Bn. 1st Reg. 1st Marine Yt
in scoring and judging canneprodul'ts. a bill to roll back Con-
Betty Lou Wainwrig-ht; I Div. H>> is stationed at Camp ot details are managed and economic-
Points to be considered ands! A Ky fleo. T. MugginsCounty Kiession.il salaries if elected to
leaders Joan Moblev
song Pendleton, Calif. ally attended that only a trained and
are maturity of product, no sediment I Sally Ann Epperson I Agent the seat now held by Rep D RMatthews. .
in bottom of jar, uniform _'J.3"; 7.iFpring : careful organization can attend when

slues or pieces color full pack I Mi Flovd and n:\[1'1Flo'd Crosby Ji Crosboi, son of nfii timt !; .\ iu onli o-t t" Nassuied ,, Andrews has criticized the incumbent the urgent need for serving i is at
Farm Bureau Meets i
,1 and \\onasV I hand
with liquid covering products that herd 01 for
I Pa}less Highwav has enlisted in j yow youi his vote in supportof
standard jar, and no rust on lini I' With Area Cattlemen the Air Force and left last week i alf a i ma pig oi :a SOW family cow is free from bangs. the new "2,000 per month" I

of lid for his basic training at Lackland I i( will du better on spring and sum-j j This national program to wipe Congressional salary. i!

Alter lunch Miss Sturges demonstrated Members of the Faun Bureau | ;[ Out Bangs must have the cooperation The Starke candidate charged
AFH, San Antonio. Texas His mel razing if worms are not DeVVITT C. JONES I
the principles of wrapping and Cattlemen's Association helda of all cattle owneisVe will that in spite of new high salary,
al"II"t'L.;: A-R Floyd R. Crosby taking a big share of the feed! Phone
chicken and chops, and the joint meeting last Friday at I j Jr AF146023006 be organizing a County-wide pro Matthews continues to use his Starke. Fla.
Box 150910'3.23,309 ,
For cattle,
method of preparing and packaging 7:30 o'clock in the Garden \ phenothiazine is the gram very soon in an effort to franking privilege! to send out '
B Funeral Director
rTS, lackland | Ambulance
; strawberries peaches, and Restaurant. I reined You can get a concentration get all cattle possible tested Dr. I thousands of pieces of mail to
AFB. San Antonio Texas
turnip greens for the home h eez- Vocational Agriculture instruc-, I j containing copper, iron and A. \Voodburn will be doing advance his candidacy at taxpay-I I: Our local funeral home enable u to offer convenience anA

er tors Paul Hutchins and Joa1IVoods | Pvt Martin J. D'Agostino cobalt that is important to cat- the testing and his service is I eis1 expense." service not ottierwite avaUable

All attending, except two. owned presented FFA boys to I son of Mr. and Mrs hlartinlD'Agostino ) le drench is usually more pop free to you, When you are in The fact that the Eighth: District I

a home freezer so they were Tell about their project work and of Rt. 2, Starke. isj: ular in that it is less trouble to i town we would be glad if you got less than one-sixth of one -- '

intensely interested in this part of the forthcoming District Livestock receiving basic combat training: administer. : would leave your requests at our per cent of the close to half a bil- We furnish the highest type service ai lowest price ana

the meeting Show with the 8th Inf. Div. at Ft Dosage for phenothiazine is 10 office, or :>'ou may send a card lion dollars appropriated for Florida ; accept ANT life insurance policy In force leaned Dy ANT

Carson, Colo He is training grams for each estimated 100 : or telephone. This service in getting military purposes this year company aa payment in pan or in full on a ruiTiOnaultatloD

I I with Co, H of the division's 13th pounds of body weight with 60 your cattle tested should be'I has also come under fire from earn no obilratlen

That's Our BusinessIf i Regiment which is preparing for: grams as the maximum dose. I of great interest to >ou. Andrews,

s g ; its move to Europe next fall a; Check the grams per ounce with

a It's Glass We Have IU! I! part of Operation Gyroscope I your dealer sO you will know how-

CALL WRITE or VISIT I Before entering the Army las*,I to figure jour average dose. I I
Chevrolet's got three Be!
: month. Pvt D'Agostino worked For best results this same I

Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR I[ for the Long Island, N, Y Elec- treatment should! be repeated in |I, WHAT 8 Air, "Two-Ten" and nOneI -

i trii Bulb Co. 18 to 21 dajs Extremely weak j|I Fifty" With 20 sassy-styled

annuals should receive only a half
ANY GLASS NEED John :\[. Jom-s. 17->ear-old son Ii dose Repeat in 10 days with fulldose 'I models to pick from, there's

We Design Modern Store Fronts of Mrs Sable Jones of Hampton, -00 made for !
I .,,..,,.w,.,,, one just you
Just Mail Us A Pattern for i recently: enlisted for three years
I Do tod.'iry
not give phenothiazine |i I
Table TODS 't in the Marine Corps and is now animals in production unles. II '

1313 N.W. 4th IM. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 : taking his boot training.at Farris I jou plan to not use the milk for |I I ;.. .,.. .v nN .:.'H.w.,N. -
Island, S C. 4 to 6 days. The discolored milk' "". 2 ARE YOU A BEL AIR BUYER?
'I N.A'0.. .Qw ,
,_ n_- __ i Esau Miller, son of Mr and is not fit for human consumption, : : The Bel Air Series brings you

I Sirs L J, Miller of Law ley. re- ;; but may be fed to calves, hog01' !! .., luxuries and conveniences youwon't
other animals. Now: is a goot'
cent] graduated from recruit
} j find in models of
Naval time to think about a worming
the Training
'tl"luningat '
I :% higher priced cars. You also getChevrolet's
Center Great Lakes, 111 After j program

I two weeks' leave he will be assigned I i For hogs, phenothiazine or sod record-breaking performance

__ ,t to shipboaid duties or a j .um flouride will do the jot. Belt ir Sport Sedan with horsepower rang

i ti service school, ..I"pt'ndingon I With phenothiazine, directions ing up to 223!

I qiialifn atioosM I are on the container. You may

r -- I I1 purchase a commercial produc:

Sgt Emory G Denton son I( that contains phenothiazine e

and Mrs: S. J. Benton of If flouride.
1 nt MI ': you use sodium estimate "TWO-TEN" TO YOUR TASTE?
cllr S'uke.' has been assigned to the : about how much feed ,

Sign.il Corps Training Center at J your hogs to be wormed will The "Two-Ten" ha its own

ramp Gordon. Ga His new duties j clean up during the day. [jxI 'i sassy new styling and colorfulnew

Tie as 1st Sergeant of the South ; ounces Of sodium flouride with 25 interiors. Body by Fisher,

tr 16 I I eastern Signal School's !Student pounds of feed. Use same propor- :, __ .__ .... of cour.'('. And you get the

;' ,{, I Cn 12.n..nton. tions for greater amounts. Keep + stability and the soreness of
entered the Army in feed DRY Give them a good
.. '
per,,. ,, control that make driving safer
192';, serving for seven years at feeding and worms will be gone ys
-and !'n'E'(-tcr-in a f'hew!
"'t Penning and Ft Screven, Coastal Ih-nnuiU Gen i ss _

I II II I both in Gt'OrgiHe returned to' A 13 year program at the Geor- y 5'' .

I, civilian life in 1934 and after gia Coastal Plains Experiment

RCA Victor 17-inch Thrifton. lowest his reenlistment at Camp Bland Station proves that Coastal Bermuda

priced RCA Victor W! Cabinet 37<%< ing in 1PJ2, he was assigned to is a good grass. High yielding "ONE-flFTY" FILL YOUR Bill?

smaller than previous table models-fin North :Africa Throughout the I ability disease: and drought : "TIIQTeDoor' Sedan There's no lack of chrome trimin

close to wall! "Hidden Panel" Tuning con- remainder of \\'orld'ar II he resistance are leading merits of Chevrolet's lowest priced
the 5th I
train at
ceolj controls on top. New Balanced helped this grass. series. And
can pick
at you your
Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollaro.ur," Casablanca.Army's Replacement Depot "i When given an early spring :I!I LINE ? power V8 or 6. Come on in

stand extra Model 17S6022. application of a complete fertilizer :
I I and which of
'Since his)". 1954; Sgt. Benton nitrogen .! see one Chevy's 20
it will respond to extra .i
has been at Camp Gordon, serv1 mighty' new beauties suits you best!
and make some I
$159.95TV 1: ing with the 500th Transportation'j!. good h3yOver I II

Group 1 this period of time, the t '

I Georgia folks found that, under
}'.t Talton L. Seat of Staikeitlv :; ti
present economu conditions, the
'r.' .- received his diploma as i| most economical hay was produced .... r ..
ServiceAU ersduate of the Track Vehicle'
i : ; I
|i by applying 200 pounds of
Repair Course at The OrdnanceS ]
available acre during
|i nitrogen per
huolberdeen Proving Ground i
the spring and summer. Thecheapest -
Mil: Pvt :Sweat: was among: the I
protein content was pro- 1. ._
Work 'Guaranteed Free Estimates fnreserve trainees, under the -
!I 400 of
J duced by applying pounds
Fully Equipped ... DependableAll re.,ntiv'' inaugurated Reserve:.I nitrogen per acrr
arrive at the
Forces Program to
America ra.orlte-by a Marg of
Makes and Models s.I1"1 l last December. Planting Anj Milh-t "0e-Fity"" 2DoorSedan AlA' C NDITIONINQ TEIIIPUA- U3 GLAMOROUS PRIZES IN THE SEE THE '
2 Million! Cars'!
How about trying a new variety, TUllES IUDE TO OIlOEA-AT MEW USA. I IN YOUR CHEVROLET' CONTEST I
The Reserve Forces Act of .

\19 i I ;' enables young;! men to enlist !1 that has been bred to last longer r ..._.N......... LOW.. COrT.IET___ __....us...DEMONSTRATE'........ __ ENTER. .NOW-AT... n YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER __. ..__...........__......._._.._.._
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV j and is much leafier than the old I
for six-month: tour of actl'e"iuty. II
varieties Try new !
j common some
followed by seven and a
half wars in the ready reserve. | Starr millet. It will give you RATLIFF CHEVROLET
Uadio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone CO.Vest
PSeat joined the new recrv.1 more grazing over a longer period

239 Starke Fla pngiam in October 19;',5 of time .

He rofived eight weeks of basic \\i illt'| Out Bongs

. OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY ir'"ir'n' training at Ft Jackson You can't afford to have Brucellosis \ Call St. Starke Fla.
Phone 111
If1 -.. "H' :ir; P'evious to his a-s.gnmen'; i commonly] known a? ,

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BRADFORD- -- COUNTY TELEGRAPH.,8TARRE. FLORIDA L"lm. ..... U'.. .",.'L'bII." 0.., .ft I ;.._)O.' j

'.............YT't vvyvvv' I II Training Union at 6:30: p. m. Mr. I fYYYfYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYjSTATE -- -- -- d_ !

I and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez of Starke YYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYCLAY .r..-d I, I.:1I'j],.ffi rt-iuiiril|. .,f f" f.I--!". t In i II' > Ialln! date. of. the first publication of this i of Bradford County Florida in the :'or before the .1'. ,b\ .. .
ihr inty .ludR'- 1 lion Each claim or demand must ; Courthouse at Starke. Florida with ,1936 otherwise; I
: the aK: K.ti f
rI f I
are r.r.uif..rrt
providing special music for <
HAMPTON PARK I J. <.iiniy.. Kl"iI.t. In thf.iin'i be in writing and must state the in eight calendar months from the maid Complaint will be taken as j
i: the meetings.Children HILL 'f "'art at Clarke, Kloria. place of residence and po t-office uate of, the first publication of thisnotice. confessed by you. 1
'Mlrmlar. ir.onlti address of the claimant and must be Each claim or demand mutbe This notice shall be pifl-h'1! I
I5y Mrs. I). E. Hill of the primary and i 15y Janrt .! 'Mi' ,th. ilate ''f th.. first puhlira"ii sworn to by the claimant. I.." agent, :n w ruing and must state the 'once I'a'h.ek fir f.\e -"clive .
TurnerI "f this;
beginner : l-y :Mrs." i. U StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA notice. r the same uilli i or his attorney, nr it uil! i'tiom. place of residence and postofficeaddress weeks In the Bradford Cnunt I.
classes of t
Hampton I I ]'li ,nr 135J1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAJ in.' void affording I" law. void aecuidti.g to law. of the claimant and must Telegraph.
Baptist Church hunted Easter : II"It'j'U'f': : 21.t (1938.Ancillary );Ii.; It \\ It: .'. J. n.s. l.e .s\v..ui tcby the claimant, hiagt Pared ti i...- .". ..1"t I
M- .ii.l: MiBill Kuhnbaker :Mi tool :Mi.I'.mtiiy Wilkinson! Kxfiuinx March 13, Iii6._ ; 1'; -it 4.6OLIII nr. (.r his attorney or it will f OFFICIAL SEAL) Cftarles A IMfjv
on the church lawn i .f thf K-- loti oie \ '.iti i.lHM.i
eggs. on Sir milling to
.' N' .... York City, now living in I and MiV.. G. sung; an.il: s. (;<-rti Kaiivluili attended tate (.f .,ra. t- I:. Smiili, dt- \ : is :i !iI !.'".*. Clerk.. of the Cr;, ,". t. '.' ''it. I
: .. TOI'PC1I Hy Mar.n Cr.l.I'. '
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Thursday\ of last week. Mrs. Raleigh j ft'llc.hld / -a* Ml.s ..
their I !h
S'.irkf "rit> :::5un ..lv'isltors at I as gui\- Thursday -ei viivs at Ktenezt-i ('hut\ h !..| \'. KlilBlH. III Clrrnil (',.nrt. I!rail ford ('.ullly. c.i.l'uitrat..r Yo'ing,, I
Brannen, Mrs. Lonnie M and Florida f t'i- Kit:
In ChanrrrT.Faik
/U.. hoiMut, t Sir. and Mrs. Penn I I Friday of last \\ eel\ I m Ly Count on Easter Sun- .iz .1 n.-y j ; It 4 I"OIK : A p.v.i! =.-. Maint, ff VK.r.M :' J. :iiettc Y.'II'; >:. 1,1.t.
ton and Mrs. A. H. Peny, teach- !i Sirs. Deu Wilson \ \ F.' it- ., ". .' ID rirrnlt I 0011. nrailforil ounl'.
\ln In'-KMi! in Hampton. Nell ]1 'i of Staike.Sir. ,! dd'I \'. : K: l-.t-: : .., T,-t ilaiitCase ;t. i .t' :\1. i ii .. :, Florida: la .'hanrrrjMm
eis, were In charge of the party. and Mrs. B. X". :"-I 41nijir ; I' '. ,
< .'. ,if th' State Farm spent A. Brunner an : K CT> !
'I Lane Moore, a niece of Ted \ r. or > To tppear ,. .
Uefre.shnu'nts of cookies and M.VIION: 10 '. : ; n'
'i.'A ,.t.krnd with the MacintoshMi : -j)' i j''I nounce the arrivel of a bab Manning was rushed to the 11I.I"II'n: rici I lot .. N\MI: T..: Y.reinia K. Felai .>. n ho.e .IIII( 1", 10 \i-i'F.tii ,
-; Ethel Tidewell and Miss soft dl'ink"1" ioivtd.HIGHLAND. girl. Phyliss. born March 26 H r 1 I I i I Bradford Notice I i ts liert-liy given that the icud-r.ie UMI address i"I: e TiogaA In rirruit I ourl, Hrnilfordriurlilat t'ooi. Order nf raillratioa And Notice I..
'' thiS Lake County Hospital last U tiderI g n.d. a nlt l r t t' iir 'vi i>inn \ .zi I' Lake lIia\\"h.I, Ntw J..f.HY. In ( hunrrrr. .\ '....ar: ..,... Of Florida 1'..:
Uei". Hulling. Butler Hospital. I ..t < 'liu .'. .' i: !h.'I,1) !I.. ,. .
; Friday and placed under an oxygen -, | tr :, Lau < < f j. rida. "tfi "I. "rr. ; \ .All.in: t'oil.us -
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M anl Mrs. \V.V.. Hammont! :'Tr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwel 11 tent. She removed Sun- 'Acts (.f 1941, will resistor with the YOU are hereby notified that a ii .III..j:: t : oIot, I'I ; 'HI.II.1. :s. F. :'. S. < >i-K.in. r\ \ t
was .
had Clerk ot the Circuit Court in and .:Jot for d\-ri, e '.t-". ::s,.. 1"111'. I' :<.lIj Fr.i'u :- ". c.i' : |
.11 ,1 Willow visited Sunday atC : as their guests Wednesdayi ; I day, but is still very ill. i for Krudfcrd County, $t.tttni Klor.ila has been filed against you in :lIe N ol ice To ApprnrTi You are required to ai'i t.-
: \.st.u Lake with the John Ha-u- I last wl'ekfr. and Sirs. R. C'. Mr. upon recnpr nf proof of publi- above named Court and cause and 'Ii oI'fr.tlff".j.l.; wli..s. : ,"i- Apiil ,".". 1 "'g, .:-, 11..- .ii. .\ j
and Mrs. J. L.
( 'ald-.vell. The i Strickland cation of this notice the fictitiousi you are required to serve a copy of il< n. .Hid I aildress is 24..4 1'nplarSt'ttt. Court Slid cause, wneresr. p'i
II II IIId" Caldwellg were en- I j attended services at Oak Grove i of Trail Mot-l undt-r which WPSiv your answer or pleading to the K..HS.I, 1'ity Misiouii. s. -ks divorvo .1. ro-' .." 1
fly Mrs. Lacy Norman route to their' home in Grand | .n"ago.tI in l.n.-iii*,.,s on I'. S. complaint on th* sAttorney maiden nameBradlortt i
Mi. and )1rs. Ualfigh Brannen Church last Mr. Strick- are bereby notified that a
Sunday. :
Rapids, Mich after II Highway :301: Xorth Lawtey. FlorI Green & Gre"n, :ake. suit forti..r county telegraph > i i j
and Norma Jean Jones wen- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj spending the land conducted the communion I ida. Florida!. l .ii.il .-t..iv! .f n.in..rj publish this Order in next f. .- '

!I... k.-oJde visitors Monday. j winter in Florida. I service and in the absence of the !! That tli. owners r.f said hii>inf-s and file the original In the office j in.: I i'i: weekly issues. '.
jare: Allxrt of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Witness my hand and offic.a! M
Mi Roberts of Savannah Ga., i j Norman and Sarah r Sir. and Sirs. G. 1-:. Crews lad: I pianist Mrs. Strickland was called -1' Saippenfield. RI.Sappenfield.I. Box 388 and, LawtO Ruby.. f or before theM CD has teen filed against you In the Sit :Starke. Flot : his M.. '
.- with Mr. and Mrs. \\.1 I iweie I in Jacksonville Friday to as weekend guests Sirs. Crews to the After Florida. day ,.t .&pt it. ISiC:; named Court and cause and 1955.tOFFt'ltL.
visiting on play piano. ] you are required to serve a copy of 1 SEAT. ,Charles A. P.irb
: Dated otherwise the of raid
r rnder.vcHxl and Mrs. Louise I IHo,1II i I: get Sirs. Norman's daughter, brother-in-law and sister Sir. andSirs. I services they went home with A.!>.. I95;this at :;turke 16th. day Bradford nf March.County Complaint will allegations be taken as confessed your answer or pleading to the complaint AI'.erk sa.J C '- '
to the weekend John A. 1 on the Plaintiffs Attorney Marian I.. < r : Deputy c:. '
Evelyn spend Robertson of Knoxville. by Ry
rtt Hampton Lake. j I Mr. and Mrs. William Starling j Florida. ; you.Ths i < ;> : ., '01 i !:. II..". 'i.t! :'1 Tit I-tuM-! H..n. Chas P. n.ft' ..--. ;. 4-I>". i'\-: '
notice shall be
I here with the 1... SI. Normans. Tenn. I 3/16 4t 4,6 i..ir l .1. \ I r
K-- ;
MiT.. F. Brown of Hampton and spent a very pleasant after- ,j 1 once each week for four consecutive is" ):111101..",. Jaik'iiv.1' :*'. r. i"v
Sunday guests of the Normanswere :Sir.: and )[l's. J. Wallace and I weeks In the Bradford County Tele- and file the original In the .iffi.i e of \ ;
and Mr and Mrs. H. 1.. Ownbe I noon.
> graph. the Clerk of the Cir ut: C.rt on
I )[1'. and Sirs. Floy N. Norman house guests, )[1'5. Reba Gordon I
.>! Kr>,,i also of Jacksonville. and children, Joe and :Mary: Ruth,, I I' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -
s.r Itraillurd
i !in Jarksonville with Mr. and I i ficiently recovered from her attack 4"< uul) I luriila. III Clerk of the Circuit Court

Mi Ki aiik Drown. |I Zettle Padgett, Ellen Norman [ visited Slarineland Studios Tuesday of flu to be able to attend I'rohnlp.In Ey Marian L. Crosby. DeputlIo rk
of last week. 1 lf K:-tati- ".\V.iI.T itx: lEl.: !
and E. C. Harvey attended the iv 4
( A. Darling of Jacksonville 'j js I I church Sunday night. I ii.MA.V.[ I I'rr.MMiI. NO DOWN PAYMENT I
Bible School meeting at Hickory Sir. and Mrs. E. C. Long wereSunday MUM I: OK. 111 Mi ITIIIION: ,'
wM'iiitf in Hampton with his I ; \Ve had ihe egg mint for the i .
INi II"( iiIK.I
Grove Baptist Church last Tues- dinner guests of Sir. and I : III iri-nit Court, llradford County.
'J.uighifi. Miss Betty Durling. I Hill last Saturday TO1.1.. \Vlln.\t IT MAY Ci I
I I children at Clay i.\CiK.V: Florida; In < hanrrrr II
i I )[rs. G. B. Colson in Brooker.I i Not inii. h>.".!I.v itni-n that I hav.filtd Anna \'. .;. ..,Jy. ..r. }"..I 'I' II I
Mi. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworthiit ; day.Our 'I and :Sirs.: Rudy SIcDonell 1 afternoon and all had a my final return as a.lmillitr3.tor..r \.0:1.:1. : :i F. i.iod; I:> "..11'. I I.. i n ..' I
Hampton were Sunday dinner I revival meeting will begin wonderful time. The folks of O-ik the .-statf of \\'AI.TIInn: : : ,Ca quests with Mrs. Ixitta Waiver April 8. Everyone is invited I and sons, C. R. and Robert, wereweekend I Grove had their egg hunt Sunday i 1 1::Iil tiN:, d'-< ...i.s.-d I: that I ha\e. filcil Ordrr Of 1'.hllt'ati..nn.l >lit-e lo : -. :\6\ MONTIII'Y P.1MENT: :, lS1 AG 1 ) I I
Iii V petition I I for 300
guests of Sirs. SIcDon- final I 1I1 "'larg. a n.j Appear: "tate of Florida To
!h in Hawthorne.Mi. attend these services conductedby after services and also enjoyed I that I will apply, to thf Honnrahh( I'.i !ijatiii: F. (;"...I} Oar. \, h. -. :.1..1.fr.
Itev. A. Travis evangelist. ell's brother-in-law and sister. 1 Thcron A. Van n. Jr.. County Judge -- and, I res.ileiict-! Cnkn. ., '.
and Mrs. Arnold Haddock I Sir. and Sirs. R. P. SIiLendon andfamily. I dinner at the church. of liradford County !Florida on You are required to appear onnil -- : )IOXTIIJ.1'nIEXT -- ? 17 I
spent last weekend in Jackson- Among those attending church Rev. Higdon filled his appointment April :2::i. IS..ti.: ; for approval of' th.F .- iI ::". I'.d.: ;. in th. :,' v. I. .' .i I 600 20

services here on Easter were )fr. I at Clay Hill church last F same and for final discharge a> administrator Court and cause, wherein p'aintiff
I Sir. anj :Sirs.: M.S. Shealy of the estatt ofVAI-- seeks divorce.
and Mrs.V.. E. Dinkins of San- Saturday night. The crowd wasn't TEli :MKUKI.MAX.: deccast-d. llradford County Telegraph 'hall l LOANS UP TO
Sunday'isltol's at the J. J. had as weekend guests Mrs $2500.00
ford and Winfred Wilkinson of .March 16.; 19JC.: publish this Order in next four
since most of the -
Branm-n home Mr. and Rath- large congregation i J. weekly l'u.ues.Witness .
were Mrs. Shealy's sister, )ors. Frank | s O. lay.
Jacksonville.Eva attended the political rally j Administrator; my nand and official seal
Dennis Brannen and Mr. and burn and children of Fort Ben- .f the I-: tt of
at ::tal lop Floiida, this M.n-i! "
V.iltr \
Xied -lm.in. deceased. -
Mrs. Brannen and childrenof Manning of Jacksonville j Rev. Higdon has promised to be 19.-C. ,
Billy ning, Ga.oIl's. | :3. H 4t 4,6
Lakeland. spent the weekend here with the I our speaker again some night j OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. iarbj'
) R. H. and I As Clerk of said Court. I Why Put 0/f .
Revival services at Hampton Albert onnans. of North Miami Beach were after the rallies are over and In 'I hr 4'oiuil.v JiidKem Court In And Pv Marian 1* Cro.hy. Deout, Clerk '
will have larger For Bradford County I'lorlda. In C'hat.; R. hess 204 Guaranty Life ,
maybe we
Theodore Sarah and Ellen
Baptist Church will continue weekend guests of Sir. and Mrs I ('robu' 1
irldg. Fla.
through next Sunday evening. Norman were in Green Cove I I :Slilo: Seigler and family. Mrs I crowd. \Vinfred Wilkinson will b: In r.f. Estate of. IO ETT.WII..- .\11) s. f..r I'lf. :: IT 4t 4 13 i iNO Needed Repairs Paint Your House !

April 8. at the church.: Services Springs on business Tuesday. Blake was here to attend the our speaker for Sunday night I LL'lliOV..a>OTU.: OK.d.IMtoniTK IKK OK-11t'TIII1'0 I

throughhout the week begin each )oIl'. and Sirs. M. L. Thompsonof christening Sunday of Miss Sally I April 7. Rev. McGee will preach I TO AlL I'KHSONS: I TEIU: TI'D ltK: .l>>Tiit ...FICTITIOI .. tMI1Noltie Add a Room Screen Porches
on April 14, and Cuyle Wilkin- IN' THE INSTATE UF SAIL Pu':Fli- ; i is hereby given that thettridtr.sigried. .
night at 8 p. m., with Fred Cul- Jacksonville visited the Lacey Seigler. who is Sirs. Blake's God I EXT: under the provisions of j

ler of High Point, JC. C. as evan Normans last Friday.Don't child. i j son April 21. I You are hertliy notified that a1 Chapter 211.933. Laws of Florida. BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING
\I'e had the largest crowd !, written instrument proportinjr to' A..I of t!.U. will register with the "
gelist. The Sunday evening service forget church and Sunday )oIl'. and :Sirs.: George Slanassaof l\ I! lie the Last Will and Testament (OC Clerk of the Circuit Court in and'' FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK: WATER

is at 7:30: p.m., following School. Come one and all. Green Cove Springs were heie | Sunday night that we have had j I said decedent has been admitted to for Bradford County. State of Florida I
I I in some time. Mrs. Davis joined I probate in this Court. You are here- upon receipt of proof of pubhi- SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING ,
!I Wednesday"visiting her parents I church by commanded within six calendar cation of this notice, the fictitious
and little |
Sir. and Mrs.V.. G. Stringfellow. II by letter. our I months from the date of the first name of Starke Radio A TV Service LABOR AND I

A BONDED REPRESENTATIVEof I Sirs. Martha Pearce of Two is really growing even if some of j publication of this notice to appearin | under which we are engaged in'''
[ I the members who live close by do this Court and show cause if ;i business at 31 t I-:. Call St., itarke.Fia. I :MATERIALS 1
Egg Fla. was visiting }Ir. anMrs. I I II' you can, why the action of this That the sole owners of said I
the week. I' not attend regularly. All evening [ Court ill admitting said will to probate businessare: II. Emmanuel 525 W.
:: B. A. Brunner last
Singer Machine t services start at 730 now with |! should not stand unrevoked. Madison St., Starke }'Ia and'\Vilina I
Sewing ;
Companyis Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallacehad i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn, I II | Kinmamiel. ;:!r.v, Madison ::ttarke. I .\Applications Our Office No Obligation I
Mr. half an hour of singing. Prayer |I County Judge |ItJiG i !' Kla : partrierbip.Jat.d I
in the their Sunday
as guest
Meeting each Wednesday night at [i : 4t 4/SI! this !2Jrd day of Mar. h. I
STARKE AREA Wallace's brother and sisterinlaw A II. l'".';. at Starke Pradford l I
7:30. School at 10 a. m. i iI In The ouiify
: Sunday
Sir. and Mrs. J. T. Slynihan. | JiidKrx Court In And County, Florida. I
EACH For Hradtord County Florida. In 3 23 4t 4 I 13
her sisters and brother-in-law. I I'rohatf. -
1 IIi
MONDAY and FRIDAYfor Sir. and Sirs. R. A. Wells and In He: Estate of HOSETTA "i II.- In The County Judges Court In And -R-KE ,
.1..11.1 1.IAMSOX.= Ill'c..abed. For liradford ( ounly, Florida.In s
daughter, Mary, and Sirs. Isabel In Tlir Court or The 'IICK: TO i iui>iTons I'robatr. $[RVICE j
Edwards all of Jacksonville. Also Ii Of Hi-milord <'0001,.. r'loriil.l All creditors of the estate of In !:.-' I-:>Ial.- of JKAXKTTKYoCXi :
SALES SERVICE In Prohalr. I:t.5.et I a Williamson I deceased are i : :. I h.. eased.NOfK .
REPAIRSmail Sirs. Wallace's nieces, Miss Joan 1 IN' irettatp ..f hereby notified and required to file K 10 I ltetI I01t. ft'ffiBtI/L DER' J'UPPJ.IEJ' (

Slynihan of Jacksonville and ;I"E H. :::'IITH. I any claims or demands which they All M'dlti'ls. of the tst.i.le.lllette -.- !
-.">p .1') suiiKp! :JUI.P.'! i-inii-ml I 11uII.l.lunu \' haajun"t -aid estate In the Young, ,1.-,1.| ., ..
coupon below Miss Nancy Slynihan who is a <\ ().L :DI.I.O\ ...ff. e of the county judge of llradfoid h. ielinotified and r"'I1I.I. .1 1 t" 4 &JJJ.: (It f-A.l.
- - - County, Florida, in the Courthouse tile lalllls
student nurse at Charity Hospitalin pjsE.t.i.Hj .1V! or lll-m.llllls Uln'll I
mantl-i aR.-tinit thf f-tat.- SLMiKK: SKWINti: MACHINE Ca New Oi leans La., and Lt. [ I I' :.Smith, dei-.-a. ...l. art- Ii.i .-liy tmti- eight calendar months fi tin the' Hi tin, off f- .irf the County: Judge \

402 No. Marion Street Joe Flaig of Albany Ga. .

Gentlemen Lake City: Florida the The State first Farm monthly Woman's meeting Club of I I II II

will be held Tuesday. April 10. ,
I am In need of the folIoing:
at two o'clo
________Sen Ice on my present Sewing Machine House. I

----_______Ser ice on my present Vacuum Cleaner Sirs. Ruby Gaynoe had as her

____________Information on New Sewing Machine weekend guest Sirs. A. H. Toole

XAME _________________________________________ Sfoonieham of Wildwood.and and daughter Sirs. Janiceof Linnie I

Orange Park. week The low isjustthefirstwayyousave

ADDRESS: ____-_____________________________________ Cecil Taylor who is on leave This pce

CITV -------_______________________ PHONE____________ nes from cousins Germany., Glenda and i is'isiting Grady Var-his 1i i I!1.

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with a modern electric water heater !


It's completely automatic! -nothing to aJju.I .

or turn on or off. You get all tIe hot MITTING US TO OFFER UNUSUALLY HIGH TRADE-IN

hater )OU kant as fait as you "ant it

safely, economically. It's cleaner, too- ,X -\\o>.:V

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no fumes-aiiJ couler because all the heatparies j ".J''\ w\1\: >t."" ,, \\>\-...:, -t:w.": PICK A BETTER TIME TO MOVE UP TO THE BIG M.

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into the insulated tank, not into the \ .. -.:: 1
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room And: Lot of all-an tttctnater .. .' ,. -,, :..r.
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Remember, it\ cheaper to go alMectric in jour kitchenJ I For 1956 The big buy Is THE BIG MERCURY

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Don't miss: the big; tele* Won: hit "TIlE ED Sl"IJ.IAN: :' 110\\ Sunday: e\eninj vOO:/ to 9:00: Station \\ mH.Tr, thannell 4 ,


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Frank Johnson 48 m-l Sylvia Ann McRae both of-DeWitt C. Junes:; Kuno-.i.; 11,'
New City Powerhouse New Starke Landmark Rises \ ; i Change In Location

Stark, four sons, Eugene Ellis of StJiko wa- 11 !h us..
For Theressa
Nearing Completion t'irk "",f.. |I Rally \V. William R. and Clyde ail rangements.!! .
Starke City Clerk Call j inim .- F' i':k I 1 II A.hange in location for the tarke. and, a M. Mrs. Kate: nCT11ELtl

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political ally at Theiessa on April Hyak '' ;-0 r.-
waled ,, '
this '
week that tw> <> 'ne BAPTIST ('l1nt1J
: i\ j 10 was announced this week r>\ ... -- .
"ve huge new Diesel geneMiu 1110:. .:;i; Sti"tiiv; S; hn 'l 10i : I Ia I' .
'!v Li.n> .".I",'' .It I 1:1. ,
M Coinputtee. : : : 11 I'
inns : \1.!
now being inslalled1 1" ;1 >"
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I Li.y .t t' I ', ". : .: -. t 7 :
11Light and Pour plant noted j Childs Store, as first announces!.
I:, I : !ii i !: I. _'
.It ready! bur operation ,II''un
M.i1 5 U ..1111
muniy Building. -

i 1'iiiiwo I have been i un.pie'. ".1:1 i: I I The rallies are sponsored by I'K-

,;ailed! their Hii.; .. ELECT
on cunuctt t ".r> Democratic Executive CommIt <

UK1ind need only fuel and ,-\. 1 A'-.i'! Rowe '!' and a schedule is published! .T .'"

aunt ( inne tions and elci t rs; tl tt-i *.. Mrs i adveitisement elsewhere in t thissue ..' '

'ixjkups he said. ing in I Vote-is ale urged t.> ., !Lp; FLOYD ns
II" explained that work has :h.5 nodule r'ni futuio it'Mor r
(il Starke 11"I
seen < oneentrated on getting the Downtown stark-.. sn from the catwalk atop the new I ; t

nisi two units in operation to take City water toner (riuht)I. iu>\\ under f'I'II..lrul'tiUI l l.t-tueii in Base the, Air \ Funeral SundayFor COUNTY

':r the load from the present Templeenut* and the ISratlfonl ( uiiii\.' -l.nl. 1'he holt. in / i ? ti ,
,slant! before the remaining three I Starke.: Lopez McRae COMMISSIONER
the bottom of the partiallj-ioinplettHl tank shown lienis :
: .lohnnv
rs' lull installed.
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!'Jl lit-t alxivf ground level. and :Mrs.: .' .>7IiRa..'. 67. a lesidt-nt ..t / e (IMST! :> t tllInl \ -,\t-I.arur
All 11\'e: have been moved into ,
land, StaiKe for thhe past 27 years ...
'it' new Powerplant Building and A new shape has been rapid Caii) Johns. |11I.o.t! ili.i'iietti! tank with a !
I He was died! suddenly at his home hen- A Vote For Wiggins Is A Vote
ring ,.i. completed to Imk them'iUi forming on the Starke horizon Consturtiun Superintendent C huge Baptist last Thursday afternoon.
\ the present plant as they are since last week as the city's new II R Grainder of the Whitmoie j It is based on six concrete piers ,

.wed ,n service. 125-foot-plus water tower moves Tank Company Jacksonville, I| and will be serviced by pumps I; Baptist Services Mr McRae. a member of the For A More Progressive

daily higher and loser to com- I 1| which is erecti'ng the $57,811; | and other e'jVipment housed in : 2 Holiness Chunhvas a local!

pie I t ion.. I!I j; facility stated that his job should ,! underground concrete bunkers. j I ham p m : :: fish tail dealer for manveit! -=
I 'I| offii and was horn in 1Ia. POLITICAL The :2fjO.OOO-gallon orangecolored I,: be completed within approximatei Johns stated that the city will folloAing !
tank located on a site between I I I ly four more weeks. continue to use its present tower Angii-t 21. IhhS.Hi1
ANNOUNCEMENTS i I Chin h : (' \I 1'BI.E: ('( iNSKitv.VTIVK l'l\ -:(n\Tiors: ( ;
Temple Avenue and the !I He explained that the bottom of: which dominates the skyline at The \ ;is sinvivotl by his wilei- : :

1'(111'nl .0""I..lu'.1t Bradford County Jail, is expert-i I i the tank, a flattened henu sphere I I the municipal Light & Powei llKllli! of 1 l : mr: :Mirt.'i: t MtRao "it Staike. 'A.i'.ih'ii .- (I'd. Pol. Ad\)

111.1 111111.1: : 1". % .. \ltkl:) ed to substantially increase pres- 'I will ts 91 feet above ground 'plant on Call Street though the ari.t r!._> n"t ,!. : sirs llel.-n) Stiiikli'iii

level with the top water line 125:!; greatest portion of waiter server
i 0\\ 0\I ,', lot. I'i.lilltV. ."<-IIIi ., stiles and the inpe of > .tv: water :
.. I J./I Iti-ti-Kt Three? npeiatum.s \\ht'n it i*. put into free high. : will originate f loin the ne\\ installation -
s i k- i ..uiitv -.it-1:tr;:. i I. ]Ce.o th, .
to ('leekTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Six steel columns support 1'0For
i nuts I.t I r.rditfuril Count .service I
.mi.in, and taxpayer, I fed; Carl RobertsFOR
". I IIIM t.ikt-n a keen interfti. I I Brooker Minstrel H. A. lA WSON
"in mual operation of our ,; this section is ill! He is !in the
i"" li! ''t-i-tt-J. I will peronall'Mat
: liosp'tal! under the care of Dr. Nets Gardeners $300
.tdi district j
the 111 III) ant i BRIDGE
iMiii.iI, in the beat manner pos : LONG Houpt. All his mends join me I
,."t.d nut. "lu..II| that all I will districts greatly ajiai air- ; AND NEW RIVERMr i in wishing hIm a sp] eedv. I.'co'f'ry.i,i The Binoker lanlt-n! C'mh : Superintendent For f SHERIFF

t "III' Mite and support.Ut I cleared an estimate/! $300 with ,<
KHWAKHS.) JI:. Of Public Instruction
Southland Ministiel Show '+1
-. E. \ Sapp < .nMaiih
Matthews '
FOIL "('1I0Ul. BO till 22
.nt"T TOI I IAAAAAAAAAAAAA..AAAAA..i: Disaster Survey i Mis \V. K Bigham Ji repotted BRADFORD COUNTY ALL THE PEOPLE

am i mdidat. for S. hi.ol Hoard j I Bro. Dodd filled his legulaij that the eventva it IP' I c
:MI..M n..in 1.J1-IrJd Two (South i is'arkf For Area FarmersThe i FOR The PeopleOF
; ) sul>jr. t to the Jitmocrati.j j appointment Sunday morning and "howling! success", and that after I A VOTE FOR CARL IS A

> ....arlfIII Ma>'. elected 1 will Sunday night at Long Bridge.He following wne was received the show the cast was given a VOTE The People
14' .rk tn maintain segregation in our FOR THE BEST INTERESTS
Oiadford: <'aunty Schools to improve brought two very interesting by The Telegraph Tuesdayfrom weiner roast at the BiRham i home I OF YOUR CHILDREN And BY The PeopleI'd.

ui J..h..1 bus schedules. our school Easter messages on a risen Congressman Billy Mat Proceeds of the affair will be ,
luildinic/ our education and recrta-
Saviour. used for the development of th- I
un prugram. 1 will appreciate thews:
I ,'.
I'd. 1'01.11
v .ur support during the campaign Mr. ana Mrs. M. I.. Johns Jr. Brooker Plavgiound! and recrea-I J ( ) ( 1>01. .\dv'.)
mil Y'UI Mite on May 8. I "Please advise our farmers
and small son visited Mis. Johns'lparents j) tion area.
I that 1 have consulted with the
W. s' 11"IlIyl 1-OWELT. Mr. and Mrs. Dekle. in -
Farmers Home Administration
Jacksonville Sunday
For RK-KLKITION about help because of the
SCHOOL!< BOMtU Mrs. Nettie Moody and Mrs damagt'I I
to farm crops resulting DEMOCRATIC
I am a candidate fur re-election! Ella :Moody attended Homecoming recent severe cold weather. W.
a' School board member from l)ist services at Pine Grove Methodist 1
four T. Shaddick. State Administratorfor
the State Farm Sun-
Church near
be assured from past
You can my the Farmers Home Administration -
.ord.: 1 will not betray jour con-
idemeI'.eiiiK. day.Mr. )I has advised that he is
Father. I'm sure I can ana Mis Leslie Sapp. Mr
a beginning a survey today to determine S. 1956KKADFORD ;
it.tx. .. greater interest in and a and Mrs. Pete Sapp of Palatka.l if district COUNTY
.U. i understanding of school our is eligiblefor
> ..hlt.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward j disaster relief"
I promise you continued honor- and children of Starke were ,
.ii riinsrientii.ui, devoted service,
.. -le.-ted. guests of the R A. Sapps Sunday. |I PRECINTT NO
MX family and I will appreciate! Mr. and Mia. Romie Johns of Air Reserve Satisfies
ui favorable consideration inlay
) primary. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs Draft

.nn, r.'ly and respectfully JoJIXS.IHST. Carl Wynn of Starke were Requirements To Vote for a person \\hosc name i is: printed on the ballot '.nark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the mime
h T. tThnrnton) gu'st'I'
of Mrs. Fronie Moody Under recent rulings it is now : of the person for horn you desire to vote.
TIIHKK: ("0. !STUIHK< :) I :
I I Otis Brown left Sunday forOcala possible for young men between |

I' ..b. '...l. I pledge an impartial where he will go; to work I
the ages of 17 and 31 to fulfill I CONGRESSIONAL STATE COUNTY
of County.taut.
ns .dl1llll\>lration
for the Florida Power
ind Bounty-wide service to &. LightCo. I their selective service require

.ii I liar Tax-1-sihle mu--t I.Client.. low on but public every I ments by enlisting for two years r UNITED J ) STATES SENATOR (Continued) (Continued)

alth ispilalization and County- Mrs Ragan Pace of Ft.l I active service in the U. S. Naval

di h..autifi. atum For results Mjers was visiting Mr and Mrs' Air Reserve and four the (Vole for One)
vote support
'm \ 'in nimii )
Tomi Albert Moody and other friend Reserves, accordins to NAVY Re- :
t.rwssme: for County UTILITIES :
i" ''' Thank youJKSSB and relatives Saturday. Before I cruiting Officers I KRLE I.. GRIFFIS I ('OT TBO.IU> :MEMHER:

E. NROME; her marriage Mis Pace was Miss Further information may be ob- -- -- j I (Vote for One) RESIDENCE: DISTRICT NO TWO

nut ForTY ( oviMi....iuiunisr. : I our Avy community Renfroe and once lived in I' tamed by applying in person at I GEORGE A. SMATHERS |I I I (Vote for One) '.*

o\i: M.\VVIK\: > the Naval Air Station Hangar I JIM I5LANTON; j I .

I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards are i 113 Jacksonville; or by sending I REPRESENTATIVE: IN CONGRESS -1 '
u ii i I. amiounie m> candidacy<< -- -
ors i 'iiimikMoner, lust. cine1! enjoying a visit with their parents 1 postcard showing your name address I EIGHTH: CONGRESSIONAL{ DISTRICT J. E. IJROWXI } I I

,v .I> I", I... voted un'ounlyat- ; Mrs. Muilie Crews and and date of birth to AI.S.I.OD I _

"K-.il<< .I" .mit Mi.tdfoid: years County old, ,burn and and o|>-1 I I I and Mis. Carl Edwards of Mr'l T-U, NAg, Jacksonville 12.X.A-R-I Florida ( Vole for One) :I
( 1 believe in I Carl is home from 13 W. C. (HILLY) POWELL ;
,111. inown arm. 1 j jHI : months o Alt-: Recruiting You will! becontacted
fur the county's duly I II
,. 1 I.'I..r...in .1.lililii-n.il tdXes and i:I overseas duty in Germany I by a resulting officer I GUY ANDREWS ;' COUNTY ----'- -

tic v tit -i ..ffoit toward that. | We egret to report that Ro\ with full partnulars if you make PAULRAYMOND{ : i iSIIEIUF'F ,
.* ,I".1 \'uurot.. and a,.tn. -
a Turner
Kill! one of out neighbois ,::1' .tintt o\. postcard I I I
i I"i the flay I'llniarits"
,' .t .i mated.iiu ). I R. ( HILLY) :MATTHEWS ': |
>; trely, ( Vote t for One) HOARD: OF PUHLIC INSTRUCTION,

ii.\lul.Jj !C.UlLL; :\ COUNTY HOARD :MEMHER;: ,


thtFOltl1'ot >ri Harmon MorganCounty --- .
OF TIlE SUPREME COURT - ( Vole for One -
1 :
,.In .innounre nI) >.andda, (UnexpiredTerm: I Years) P. I). REIIISiIGROI'P ) ) 1
:. tiou as Sheriff of Hradtl

i 'unt2 I'i .in.iriiIll, subjeit slay.to the Hanna P"nii SuperintendentOf NO. 1 THORNTON: JOHNS I! I

,'ithtulU dis, harged the dunes it : COUNTY JUIXJE! __ __ _.-1_'
i ,,(1/, ., I.. th' best of in> alillltvn Public Instruction ( Vote for One)
!>" < ,iniini your SI1..rtff., 1 prom. a lu' A QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED SCHOOLMAN (Vote for One) WALTER} S. (WALT) SIHLEYXACH I I
if < d. t-d. to conduct the .ifi

"i, ,1 i th tifiKe in a fan and im a A NATIVE OF BRADFORD COUNTY II. DOUGLASSTEPHEN I
p" i.i mannert LEX :
n t.ae and support will biippn I -- -- .
.ated. .d VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II I I --- '_ __ i DISTRICT \O. ONE
)t. in > tiully submitted e HE HAS LED OUR SCHOOLS : c. OrONNELL : I 1
YAWN. J1}:.
) ( Vote for One

.. FOIL C'01 'T\ C OMHISslOMitIlls (Full Term G Years)
I0K (L \\\ '.;\ > I Your Vote and Active Support Will Appreciated SUPERINTENDENTOF ALEX L. I BARNES} I'j'

c-andidacv > --
(. ri-iiy..It. lion announce as County my Comnusuii.'i II IIr. ( 1 01. .\d,1I ,- 'I

..fr.iiu iii-t ret One (tLawtey I ( Vote for One) ( Vote for One) F. C HODGES I
ilije- :s the May primaries I am I;
i w ,,'!'\"IIIK is chairman of the I
and feel that ( 'ti ard my past np T. FRANK} HOBSON I P_ MORGAN '
n i qualifies me to carry on the : 1 1i _._ __. '
sou-' .>f the office in a tapablei I I .- .- - _ DISTRICT NO. ONE;
i I
.uiiii It"..eh..ted 1 will continue I I

lilt"mi\ ti as, th a wholev in)' best. efforts for th.. i t! ANDREWS JOHN D. IARSII i I CAnL ROBERTS I (rote for One)

4. \ ,10 and support will/ be ap- ,
I C. ii'a-1) I'HEVATT : STATE J. L. SILCOX f
mSTHI'T0: 1 I
FOR --.-!

ILE.'I'NI KOH sfllOOI.) I''Ol'rll.TtltlE Ito till) ) GOVERNOR; (rote fur On) D. H. (DICK) THOMAS j I

(Vote for One)
w miiiiiine my l'andld.1.
.. C. F. (DUE ) CARTEIt I
i I' S ho.il Hoard Guy Andrews )Will Represent All The People, "
':i i.fiden.e 1'itriitI __
..I J, SI.irkel I am now Man. FARRIS BRYANT I I -
.iirman. of the boird, Including The Farmer and The Laboring HAROLD K. NORMAN: i I ( I
I..r m \\ it h re .1. '

.. "< ,ixirtant'r the i.ffi.\t 1\' I beamu willlult lie Will Fight To Maintain Segregation lie LeROY COLLINS' f L I -- -;-- I

"i h I urn t..1J.I'I.. ti. Will Fight For Our Part Of Federal Appropriations -_ __ ___ ____ _I, CARL PREYATT t
.d the tount> at 1.lr!:>'
>:..1 1 .it.live support u .1'!' He Will Keep Faith With YOl. SUMTER I L LOWRY I I

j K. ii'.ov\
nm 1111' I \ MIMMIssloM Vote May S For W. B. (BILL) PRICE I

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01.1 o\itl.ti171:1t: One) iI i

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.. .,' I. Il 1.., H. A. ( BUDDYI I BISHOP JRMAURICE ; ,
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'I I.:' ,t,11.I! !1.1 i '.. .t.'\ l I FULLER WARREN h -
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mil '.11 I' -- t tHe's SECRETARY OF STATE -
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the GUY i ( Vote for 0 :
Itrot. ) (' \I'-I! i 1'1 l r.I : nl'I I

I 14111 101 \TY Jl 11(.K : COUNTY COMMISSIONER f
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n isle for rte ( t.i: !iv

I u4.1I.IXIT.JJ,. 111 nw'.u >,.t.j\:' ,. r' G. HORNSBY (Vote for One)

'.1 'sfs 1 a ; "

'f a full I lill.hate! e t!R, vt t'ii. Listen Saturday '' ATTORNEY GENERAL RUSSELL H. GREEN, JR. I I i I

1', .i .rd<< c..r.tx: t'l'ie!. t tPM. (Vote for One) -- -. ---;-, I
i'tI fair ((; nt,
.. r |It e, r:.i\t<< -1.1'. 7 :.">0 AM.: 12:10 : :M. O. HARRELL I I
t1 led the ., ,' '.. I
rn 'U (' ( :1U PMVDVH : .
v' and hat .' i.'t! :, RI}< HARD: .PICK( ) ERVIX --- --
4 ir h. i4r -, \
WNER 12: ;:)(0) on Dial I
: !ion tip..' n.x dnefrtx I PRENTICE: ( P PRUITT
., f."rn. -- 'r. You Can Hear These
r .1 I proven a.'llili. y Area
.. w ,.". t I.t (.' ..tt1c Stations In

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I Il'an },raze.Maurwe._ Mrs. Rose M. Gilbert !'Evening Service 8pm. Prayer 1 i I suit for divorce'has r : I' t.-.,; ..- -
i Gas Kills Grass \OIKI: or TITIO10 .
i I:Meeting been filed agaInst you In the F'' j..1.i
1 K.lAards Jr. used theDistrtets I II Dies At State Farm [ Wednesday p. m -Rev. ,abonam..d Court and cause and .:I 1IJ.tI"un; Ml'Minus % \>IK:
!| c. B. Stallings, pastor.KINGSLEY Vi.u a-' r-.'u'.d to s-r- c.-pv of :ct.tlI i is h.r..ly KI\"n tlllt t: r
fertilizer spieader tofertilize I U IInd..nin..t :ulliin ..
j our 1" \ ':
answer or pleadm? to the cum-
his pastuies. Freeman I Mis R05t'Iartm Gilbert. Thwido plaint on the Plaintiffs Atternejr I.hapt..r ::IO, 11"' ..f F: .i 'o.1! ,
i In Seed Bed58&2ifiS j LAKEMIs'sIOXAKV I' '. Aitsol mi \\i,1 i'! '. "'
H. < Baldwin. I' O Pox 104 ri :; -t..!t.eltrk .\I :a "
I Register also used the spreaderon \\ of the late Francis Henry n.U>'fIST dant-\ille, Florida ..f Ilk r:r. 'I.t i "...- n .
his patuIes. I Gilbert, died in her sleep Sunday and file the original in the office of ,i I f'-r Hr..diord I'ounn- :-1.i : I-
Sunday School 9-1;> a.m. Morning . I the Cirri of the Circuit Court on upon r.-tj.t "f !I" : ,
= OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH ( morning at the home of her Worship 11 am EverongService or before the ,1 In ain of ihi> n":1' ,. I',. I.; : '. .- I
Soil and Capability maps were ,: I I daughter. Mrs. H O Bates III 7:30 I :Jo t1.IY I.f .\p-lI. lr;>hotherwise 1name. oi Th- ftmr' :'t. 'ti !I' i i \
I p.m. Prayer Meetlnfi : the allegations of raid 0", Siark< F'i'ri4iTh
iweived for the W A. Edward .,", i at the State Farm. Mrs. Gil- i each Wednesday .:30 p.m. Everyone -'loinplaint: will be taKrn .s confessed .. Th"n! "- ,' :
Soil Conservation and I f I bet was born Montreal, Canada by you. III, '-.' .III. I lirrl. f 1'11.I .:' 1' 1 i i I'. ..:
farm located near Keystone welcome. Rev.
I(! 'J I r H H. Mott,, This m>tuehill: t.f published g3 II Tj 'mi- \ '! ('.. ,, ",
N-E-W-S for C. It. Bradford on his place ., .. on April 2, 150 ,pastor. nee each "....k f ir four consceu- Sk.: '. K1!"r J.
noith of Staike ', ., The Rosary was recited at DeWitt ie elegraph weeks in the Bradford County i l'i 1..1| n"i- ..ij!h: ,t j.* M(., ., \

It> Bill 11.:1.. i i H \ C. Jones Chapel in Staike E\'ERGRKKXSunday I I'at.rt III,- J'. .1\.i\ ..f :\1.h, I"".*) '
Howard Bissland. State Biolo- I Monday night at 7 o'clock Mass i I IFFU'IAI.flAl.i Oil,trie- A. !>*>
NulU "n..conation St-nke ( \I'11ST ('In"nt11 r fl\"rk of th- ,'Ire,,'t (','urt
gib! for the Soil Conseiration 1| : wa". lead l at St Edwards Catho- Schooi 10 a. u Ty JHrian L. Cri'-lx. i>...pul>' Plerk
i : ]lu' I 1 41 41: I
I Chunh of which
held wildlife training she was a
Ferwce, a j! ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : AAAAAAAAAAAAAAjj4j.j.FRIGIDAIRE. ar.s'
in Bradford Di>U It 101 I : rm-mbei Tuesday morning at 9 7:30 From where I
the last meeting of the.supervisors meeting ( : 'M lo k m. Preaching : p. m Prayer sit.. by Joe \
with Father
for the Bradford Soil the Soil Conservation Service : I Jordan offi-,Meeting Wednesday 7 :30; p. m. -i-
personnel in the northeast ,trea Mtmfr Intelmer.t was in Ciosby Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt. pastor.
( im.servation District the Boaiilit.ii
The meeting was held at \' R t4.. I Lik't'uieteiv.. .
to distribute the Giant .- Ai'.x.. :: pall bearerseie \1\Clrll'. To ,%rrtHC THE BEST-KXOWX
siiiatd Crotalaria seed they haven Ferguson and. A G.ilum; (-: ; a Irrnit ( ....rt. Krailford <'.ounlf LjT Happy Ending With
; '.
I Tn 'ii I' ( .nnerS. Michael Gil- ll..rliln: In ('hnnrrrvnn. ,. NAME: IX ELECTRICHEFKlfiEHATION I
hand. One hundicd pounds t n..1\ R P McLendon. .\ I I.ix- i," r1..r. I I';i ,'(,']1" \ -i A "Familiar
Feed R H ,. Ring"Iluck
New Bigham I..In: 11.11',1.1: <; til. "I- '." .L,- ii
"I I -.eej was first"t'n to Lloyd ( ;Iiit-'i": I>-ter Dobb. and IMIISIIFJI.BROVX i'.i*.. :\.. "|ii. 1 Iaticr :
11"'n by the Soil Conservation ,I Soon r I,. It: > To .Ipprnr: HAXCES: : -,
Service. He planted it and le- Mill To Open Ti, .I..hn,. 1I..r..I.\1 <;.ui. "h.> .-. WATEH HEATERSAIR How ell\ >a>> he and his long rings and] a >h">" t tL.
the Dlstrkt. MM.I.II.. Tililuui, I'i'K ,'"iit..r- 'i COXDITIOXEKSWASHERS: Missus had quite a time at the part>'-line signal back\ K-I,-.
tuned :lOt) pounds to fe, IIiH,' ," MI i in'i Ii- ailih.-" iVM17 :
The District is no Agiving 20 Opening the new d! Biook.i BAPTIST x'iv. 1"1\" I K. "'m-,1 l ,'..1 I I..tmi ., & DRYERSf'et Stockman's( t umentiun in Chi- From here I Mt, our own
Bigham Milling I cago. Hut for a while they had a familiar routines tend
;umiuN of seed (enough to plant two weeks was tore Sunday School 10 a m. Preaching 1'\1 .t-f h-rpltn'd| that a to makeother
in about I ; The He .t Fur Less "breakdown in communications. of
doing things
\\MI rtcres' to folks throughout W. R Bigham 11 am. Training Union 6:30 ways !: seem
!'he County. The seed will be: east yesterday by A I ..RasUi I MANX shows a :: The phone bell in their hotel strange. That's natural. For instance
Bigham p.m. PreaMiing AtSmith's
of p.m. Prayer
planted to improve the soil. Its i Jr. president. Inc. titba< 11)) seedbed whIch h., sunessful' -j Meeting Wednesday 7:30: pm. FILL DIRTGOOD room was pitched so low they if \OU'.C aUavs had ne

: the object of the Board to help that the mill IS> !\ i it'area Ot' Ueimuda glass i iRev. F. B Beard, pastor. often didn't answer their calls. water with)our meal you might
jieople! in the County get acquainted Bigham statei1 that the build-,i ty the use ot a soil fumIgant. I, RICH GarageF "Never knew if it was for us or think! it's odd that lots of us prefer -
nearly "Last this bed was full not"Buck said"always soundedfar a bottle of beer
with the different and i and machinery :rear i BKOOKKU at dinner

:lew \arities of soil building andmproving installed ing is completed and that just as soonas I j of -mud.i glass," Hasty said "but i| B\1TIVT C111RC11Sunday TOP SOILSee II) .tIRE off-li.e! it was"ringing in time. I say >ou'e a right lo your

: crops.fost of the|I electrical wiring is done this year I put a plastic rover I School 10 a. Morning I Sales and Service someone else's room. own rustoms but don't call

-eed will be planted at the last the null will begin operation. I over it, fumigated the soil with Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m Finally, Buck hit on the mine w rong.f .
ultivation of the com and after the which was built Dow fume :MC-2 and this year i \Ve SerticeAll Makeof obvious solution. He just madea
mill ito j
'he first seed crop it will volun- The new mechanically from there isn't a sign of grass in the home use (,n his 80-acie farm in BILL JACKSON i I:lertrical Appliance deal with the hotel switch-
'tethe! next year. j ., "...operate m finish._ has facilities for.tatt. seedbed" I' addition to his tobacco and a 5nere Jackson Transfer Coraparn COG X. Tt'mplee. board operator that whenoer c9 Wit
__ i .m drying -! He pointed out the Bermuda patch of potatoesAt she called them she'd use twoCIIright
;; feedstuffs. I'HONE 120
Tom Carey. used the District's' gnndmg '! grass growing all around the present he has about 26 Phone 165

'ittorvile mower on his pastures. I and blending of Bigham En- I seedbed frame as evidence that I hogs and 12 cows. VVVVYVVVVVVyVyvyy.y. I' 3'i, I ni.tdstateilireii<.r> f....:. i,', 'I
is an adjunct
Bmowing don the winter one j fumigating the soil is one way to -
which operates
eeiU the grass gets plenty of teipnses. broiler plants in rid the soil of the tenacious grass I .
the largest
:nuih needed sunlight to grow. of Hasty waters his seedbed regularly -
the state.Hospital.
with a small gasoline engine
.I I V Kdvvaids a Bradford SoilroiiMrvation connected to a 1 1-4
: and i pump
cooperator of Bnx.k- Auxiliary imh well. lie uses regular garden -,

i putting in a stock watering hose and lawn sprinklers at
wm.1 The Soil Conservation : The Hospital Auxiliary Boardof and "
about 40 Ibs piessuie. says
Seivue, laid out the pond and Due.tors met last Thursday at the whole outfit cost about $175. | Dorit let

Dave Paulk is doing the bulldozer : the Garden Restaurant for their i iluncheonbusiness Incidentally, he uses the same I "Shrinking lloisepowefmake

work. People in the County meeting with outfit for praYing his plants j

are digging stink watering I, 12 members present. with Kermate (against blue mold). ,

ponds to improve the distribution Mrs Steve Simmons president He has a 53-gal. drum which contains -

.11 then stock and t0 increase presided over the business meeting the solution, and when he,

!the area over which the tok following the lam heon. wants to spray the Fermate he
,; simply uses a pick-up hose, con- '

nects it to the pump intake, and

I in a matter of minutes he has you a sluggish climber
NOTICESCHEDULE :1 sprayed the entire seedbed

I Befote he got the engine and

I i pump. Rasty tned the following

!I rig for watt"rinhis,: seedlings-

OF DEMOCRATIC | He built a 10 ft. scaffold overhis ... .. __ ..
of t 4 = -, --.w.. ...,... .... -.. __.w. -.- '-_
well, added extra lengths ,
% ,
: 4Qe. A"
PARTY RALLIES ( pipe to it above the ground and : '... '- ... .. "m '''''''' __--.o.-, ,,
put the pitther pump on top .. to, J..
I He h-m a 53- al. dium up there, sS. Ar! \ 11 -

BRADFORD COUNTYAPRIL I Ii i with a hose leading from the ,..- .
I bottom of it with a spray nozzle !

: at the end of it. '
When he wanted to \\atei tlit

('OMMNITV( CENTER ': ..cedhid. he would climb up on

APRIL .13 ..- NEW RIVER top of the rig.. fill the timID with,
: the pitthei pump. and then i-
aniMiMn HIILDIM I ; someone else watered the se.'d-

APRIL 17 .-- HEILBRONNSCHOOL bed. he continued pumpingRastv .
laughs now at the idea ii |
i anti| pointing to his new pl/lIlp'!
I says:
RIVERS SERVICE STATION J "This works a lot easier!"' e/J 'he ,, "'t *, ....< "' .... ." .
has Golden Cure planted. al& 1. ..
N. .
Hasty tJll : : .. ,
APRIL 24 ..- LAWTEY and the seedlings look good. He 0I3, /J 0", ,. .. # "" .' ..:: ..:;. "..s.<* .1

:MARKET PLATFORM I has a 3.35 acre tobacco allotment OLD,' e o.' x ,
APRIL 27 HAMPTON I and figures that his two G U"'.. 1)91 I)".",.. -. {;tfl ',.t'C'lOt ., -
-- :112 x 75 seedbeds will give himmote \ qgqih"t '" 'W' ,t .., ......... ..1
"' ,r"Jk't. '. .
SCHOOL BUILDING the number of plantshe '.. .... "; ,
: (/eaf' -vII'e". S/fr111 --..t. 'I4'ivo. "-:", $
MAY 1 -.- BROOKER needs. Utaig II"lth I1g '*,; "'- ."% ...... 6,.". f<
', lie has this to say about the -No\ (] """' '".'.i
1 cuts allotments < f!(>
: proposed tobacco in ; lll ps O-N
MAY 4 ..- STARKE I, : 1N 1l1st' 1>1'OIC't e I1g111 ese O.h .'CI ,

I "I would rather have a cut in / BUS; ATHLETIC FIELD '
| my allotment and get .10 cents. 8.11' Yo II I. .

All Rallies Start At 7:30 P.M. j average for my tobacco than ; J'Orq IeJo"'('/ "C1p of the fl1//

I riant more and get a 20 per t/- e/gi '
t 'lO Ill'
Check the date for jour community and make it a ; pi lie" sQ'leis fo/

point lo attend. This is your chance to meet the : I List v ciedits his son, T J. a'I' W fel-/P Q V

candidates, hear their views on important issues and i -\ear-old: student at Bradford 'yesb LL

ask questions High School, with being; a big

: help i"

Sponsored By I.ist year he did a lot of the NO

tohtiio woik all by himself hI'sail -

Bradford County Democratic Born l over near aCrosse ho .. ...' 1 I b .

his !lued at his piesent lot at ion.

"n the north side of Highway la

Executive Committee bout a quarter of a mile from

Biookei. '
for lhe PI> 20t us
Now he i*. plant I my > ukes kr>d

I .irn and some ht tit"I't : ( '- f,i'

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