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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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on 18 cases to be saving to the county taxpayers L __
tried in Circuit Court which convenes -: of several hundred dollars a I : -: _

starting Monday, May 9,' year is indicated as a result of L. ': -:_ ;
were filed by State's AttorneyT. the Board of County Commissioners Lawtey AreaStriking

E. Duncan this week with Cir- awarding the county's gasolineand

I cuit Court Clerk Charles Darby.I oil business for one year to : : k :l I for the
second
Following is a list of the de- the "Red" Alvarez Service Station J time
within four
fendents and the charges: Her-'I I as the lowest bidder at the regular p.- State days. about a dozen
I Beverage
Agents
man White (negro), murder i meeting held Monday in the court- ( down cracked
four
2nd degree; Floyd Cason grand .house. Alvarez' price for gasolinewas j upon more Bradford
Mrs. Godwin Presented Resolution I larceny and worthless check: An- four cents a gallon below the : County establishments, last Friday
'- I night
-- found incriminating
thony Cybulski. grand larceny; regular consumer price, and for' evidence
IRS. JAMES G. GODWIN, widow of the former assistant superintendent Johnny W. Kimbeck and E. D. heavy duty motor oil it was 35 ] In three of them, and carted three

of the State Triton who was slain in line of duty last April Lewis grand larceny; Isham cents per quart in one-quart cans. --.-I- persons, all colored off to the-

4, was presented last Friday with a resolution on the death of her Davis, forgery and uttering a As the County has been receive I -"------- j:I county The jail.

husband by members of the Police Benevolent Association of the forgery;' C. L. Green four countson I ing a discount of one cent per jI on following places were raided .
authority of
Gainesville Police Department Making the presentation in Mrs. a worthless check charge; Or-[gallon the new price will mean a I rants issued by search war-

Godwin's home were Woodrow W. James, president of. the Association, val B. Culver, shooting at and savings of an additional three L A. Yawn: County Judge T.

and Andrew L. Sparks, secretary. in this bereavement, law into an automobile; and six de-I.cents for every gallon purchased. Police officers Riley Sweat and W. I;. Thorntoniew remains of I i Arnett Thompkins store, located

enforcement Is deprived of an active, zealous and painstaking: officer Mathew fendents Mosley William, William Tyson Jr.,i I Two other local dealers entered Car Runs Under r Ford sedan .that ran under the rear end of a big semi-truck-trailer on the highway between Lawtey
who imbued with the precepts and principles of his Phillip !bids for the business. and Kingsley
was thoroughly Nichols, Alex McGuffie, Leander I in the dense smog that enveloped portions of U. S. SOl last Saturday Lake, a few miles
Jr.
the resolution said. we mourn the loss! of an efficient 1 Chairman H. A. Bishop reported southeast of
minor Lawtey
duty, Brown, and Hudson Burr Pigott,I, to the Board that as a result nlg t. How riders in the front seat of car escaped with only ;
and earnest officer, a demoted husband! and father, and a faithful all on non-support charges.The visit by three Tractor-Trailer injuries is described as a "miracle" Back end of the car was also Claude Myers home which is
of an inspection
friend whose! daily life so clearly reflected the fundamental truths and situated near the Sam Brownsquarters
docket Is one of the heaviest -;commlssioners last month at the smashed by impact with a U-Haul-It trailer is was pulling.
tenets of law enforcement profession." in East Lawtey;
our in the history of the circuit
(Charles H. Wolf property, Indian Elizabeth

court here in Bradford County. I Beach Unit 3, on Santa Fe Lake, In Heavy Smog he reported to the scene, he was)car pass under the bottom of the which lies off Abraham's the Rosier Road home.:

I it had >been agreed that all work; forced to park his car and walk trailer, shearing off the top of lila Little's place in Reno. (No

Generator Deal To Be Closed Monday; Berry Season i on roads there would be stopped.:\ a quarter of a mile in search of the hood down to the engine level. violation found). '

because of the impracticable nature A truck-car: collision on a smog- the accident. The injured were: Thomas E. Taken to Jail on Friday night

I of the project and the great shrouded highway about six miles dense the driver Odom 40. driver of the passenger were Thompkins, Myers and
Winding Up \ In the smog,
Clerk Says City Finances expense involved for the countyj south of Starke ort U. S. 301 early car; Rachel Sturdivant, 14; Julius Evelyn Scott. who was
'Serious'I of the car, a 1953 Ford, apprehended -
I Below Par despite the fact that Wolf had. Saturday morning sent five people passenger Oliver, 36; Conine Oliver 33; and at the Abraham place.A .
Way
deeded the roads to the county. ,' to the hospital with severe in- ran up under the rear end of a Walter A. Joyner 20. All ga'ejuries. light note was added to the

An important step toward the 2 of Saratoga Heights. just as I, The visit was made to determineat north-bound tractor-trailer, driven the same home address: Rt. 3. proceedings, when at lola Little's

solution of Starke's serious power soon as the City makes a definite The tail end of a berry crop I; first hand the exact nature of State Trooper Carlos Musgrove, by Harry W. White, 56, of Tampa. Box 574B. West Palm Beach. place during the raiding party

problem will be taken next Mon- promise concerning the extensionof went to the Starke Market this the project the roads involved. who investigated said it was a Musgrove said the truck rig was Musgrove said that the collision which included Sheriff P. D. Red-

day, when a delegation from the, water and sewer service to weekas growers sold 379crates. I and whether the county should expend miracle that riders on the front moving about 12 miles an hour came under the heading of "unavoidable" dish. lola stated solemely that:

city will close the"$175\000 deal for that location. high $11.50, and low $5, with a I any more money on it. Upon seat of the passenger car escaped at the time of the impact. He Anyone who read about the last

the New Bern, N. C. generators, Demetree, in his letter, repeatedhis total revenue of 352060. finding the area to be low and death. estimated the speed of the passen- due to the dense smog, raids and still had any whiskey

it was disclosed at the City' Coun- offer to lend the. City the Added to the total realized so swampy, with the grading of any Heavy fog mixed with smoke ger car at about 30 miles an hour. and that no charges were placed ought to be jailed!"

cil meeting Tuesday night. money for the cost of the neces- 'far this season. this makes the roads an impossible job, the members from burning mucklands made Musgrove said the Ford hit the against either driver. On Saturday, at arrangement be-

Carrying a check for $1 1,600, sary materials for the job, in viewof sum of $53,663.57 which growers decided to halt all work on visibility on the road almost im rear of the trailer at just the The injured were carried to fore Judge Yawn the three persona

Councilman W. T. Jackson. Bond the financial straits of the city got for their berries-a very low the roads, but did agree to level a possible Musgrove said. When right level t0 let the; front of the Alachua General Hospital. who had been jailed pleaded not

Trustee Titus Olson, and City At- at this time for the. period of I amount, when compared with recent borrow pit. --- guilty to the following charges:

torney Arch Thomas Jr. will complete one year without interest. years. The Board then discussed the request Evelyn Scott, possession of moon
Rabies
the transaction. A 10 percent I After discussion, the Council. Judd reports that things are by Presbyterian Church of Wayside Park Near Lawtey School Shots shine; Arnett Thompkins. possession .

payment of $l1SPO has already agreed to .extend the sewer and slow on the market, with the berry ficials that the county furnish clay ,Will Continue of bonded whiskey for sale

been made on the equipment water lines under the terms suggested crop about played out, and a for a road at Camp Montgomeryon Causes Controversy Over Fence LineBy in a dry county, and sale of bondPd -
to by Demetree, and referred few beans and sold I Veterinarian R. S. will
Thomas is making the trip potatoes being Crystal and Emerald Lakes, and I Mullins whiskey in a dry county:

legally protect.Starke's interest in the matter to City Attorney Arch on the platform.He reiterated its stand that unless the action of the School Board original line, provided the fencebe I I be at Lawtey and Hampton Sat Claude Myers, possession of moonshine -
the deal and Olson and Jackson. Thomas Jr. to draw up the neces- said Wade beans brought roadway was deeded'to the county, and sale of moonshine.All .
Monday in a. regular meeting at the kind of sturdy fence which urday, May 7, to vaccinate dogs ,
in addition to officiating at the sary papers. $2.25 to $2.35, and'Irish potatoes, could b#
nature
no work of any the'courthouse, the big argument Dan W. Starling had described to against rabies. three were released under
will have all the small John A. Torode appeared before in hampers from $2.25 to $3.25.
closing, I done on it. which has been raging in Lawtey us." the following bonds: SCott $500;
crated the Council with an offer to buy: Judd stated that look fair The schedule is as follows:
pare parts and accessories crops Deeds for land for about 1-2 recently over whether the school A petition signed by 93 oppon- Thompkins, $1,000; Myers, $1,000.
and loaded aboard a common a lot'owned by the City, located:with rain badly needed, and thatit mile of streets in Crystal Home- fence along Highway 301 should' ents of the move was presentedto Hampton ty Hall. 8:30: am These cases will be tried at the

carrier and shipped to Starke. adjoining the Shell Oil Company I will be about three weeks be- sites; a development on Crystal moved to its original petition the Board as follows (in part): to 11 a.m. next session of County Court

Funds for the transacUon were bulk plant. After the matter was fore a'good volume' of peas butter- Lake owned by .Comdr.=._ .lIh1\D. Qt not,' -was resolved by the "We the undersigned citizens of i Lawtey-City Hall, 1:30 pjn. tc Myers was convicted last Peb.

made 'avaIUbTe"thIs- week when a discussed Jr. advised at the length Council, Arch that: Thomas if the beans, corn/and peppe'f commence. Patterson, Jacksonville, were ,at- ;Board voting to move the fence. Lawtey understand there is a move 3pm. 21 on a charge of possession of

temporary, six-months loan of cepted by the Board. after a report The matter was decided on a to tear down what little The for moonshine, and served a 30-day
lot were to be sold at all, it wouldhave I charge this sen'iceill
$250,000 was negotiated from the advertised sale and Grand Jury was given by Board members of a 'motion by Dan W. Starling seconded attraction there is here to make I be sentence in the county jail. in
to be ,
an $1.50 animal.
Trust Company of Georgia at 3 bidder. visit to the site, including a state-' by Ethan Sapp, and by affirmative tourists stop Lawtey has an attractive ; per addition to paying a fine of 300.
1-2 per cent interest. This sum to the highest ment that the project would be wayside which is no The Bradford County Health Department -
1 To Hear vote. park
After discussion, the mat Rape .. ,
more
is to be incorporated later in a I ter was turned over to Thomas beneficial to the county.A Some- time ago the fence was expense to the city or the school. I urges all owners to have T. B. HospitalSite q

larger utility revenue bond Issue.. plat for a development knownas We would; like for you to consider I their dogs vaccinated against rab-
not to exceed $750,000, which will for further study. Case EvidenceEvidence Bedford Oaks located on Bedford located considerably nearer the leaving it as it is. There is plentyof Authorized
ies at this time.
be floated to finance the much City Council Clerk with Carl an Johns Audit presentedthe Reportof Lake was presented to the highway. It was moved back, playground space for our children -,! ..; .:. For Union County

needed extension and Improve I Board by A. E. Reeves, and accepted and an adjacent filling station the fence was moved I I I
the City's financial matters in the rape case in Local Gulf
ment of the city's utilities. covering a five-month period end- which.,Robert Crawford, 21, brick- upon the conditions that operator put some tables out un- away from the road for the I Agents Bills introduced in the House by

The immediate plan,. so far as ing February 28. 1955 and advisedthe mason, who lives near Lawtey, is the Board inspect the site, and der the trees, and tourists have protection of our children, and,Get Trip To Cuba Rep. Fred Andrews and in the

the generators is concerned, is to Council that the City's financial charged with an assault on a 16- that County Attorney Hollis V. been using it for a wayside park. we do not see that the tables I Senate by Sen. Charley E. Johns

have a building erected, and two condition at the present timeis year-old Bradford County girl, Knight approve it. The land in question is owned by under the trees are hurting a''! L. C. Smith and H. B. Yar-- have designated Union County as

of the generators shipped here serious, and that all spendingfor will be presented on :Monday, :May In other actions, the Board: the Lawtey School.A thing." : brough, local representatives of the site for a new state tuberculosis -

installed, and put into operationin the next few months at least 9, by State's Attorney T. E. Duncan Referred a man who requestedthat copy of a motion made and After the meeting, the Board I II Gulf Life Insurance Co., will spend hospital, when and if built.

the shortest possible time.A will have to be curtailed. He said at the courthouse, to a Brad- his son be put on the road seconded and carried by a majority inspected the new Starke Elemen-' this weekend in Havana, Cuba, ata The measure carried no appropriation -

letter was read tothe Coun- that if all expenses are held at ford County grand jury. 'crew to R. E. Jones, road foreman, vote at a Lawtey PTA meetingon tary School and Cafetorium and convention of Reading sales representatives clause and members of the

cil from W. C. Demetree, of Deme- minimum for the next three The alleged assault is said to with the statement that it was theBoard's April 26 with about 50 mem- accepted them as substantially' of their company for State Tuberculosis Board said the

tree Builders, Inc., stating that months that the City will" be have taken place on the night of policy to allow Jones full bers present was given to the complete subject to approval by the past year. proposal was news to them.

his firm is ready to begin construction able to catch up with its obligation1. March 11 in the Hampton Lake responsibility for all.hiring of road Board. It reads: .the architect and the State Boardof I| In Cuba, the group will stay at The bills specify that Union

of 15 new homes in Unit area. In a statement to County personnel "Mrs. George Roberts made a Education. the Nacional Hotel and will make County must contribute a site "of
Judge T. A. Yawn the girl said, Robert S. (Bob) Davis, who sifjfered motion that the PTA go on recordas Supt. Morgan said that the new tours of the historic sections of] no less than 100 acres." The in-

a broken neck recently, ask- being in favor of moving the facilities will not be put in use Havana. The party will make the stitution would be known as the
the
with
she;; went for ride accused -:
a I
Cat Leads HuntersOn with another ed the Board for help and was referred fence on the school yard to the until the next school term. 'trip i from Miami aboard the S. S, Northeast Florida Tuberculosis
Lions To Present t man along I to the Rehabilitation Set v- ,!Florida. Sanitorium.
Merry Chase !couple, and that the alleged assault -1'ice. i I

took place after he got her I I Granted the request of P. T. Negro Charged !Col. Griffin Scores II I
from the car on the pretext Ii
Talent FridayThe w -t- of away wanting to tell her something.I|NoUn, principal Starke Elementary 'Hole In One' i Council Agrees H use Numbering
School, that the county grader be With Assault I
third annual Lions Club Shortly afterward the. girl told fused' to level some dirt around the ,On Georgia CourseCol.
Show wUl te presented to : her aunt and mother and was school. Hilord Roundtree, young Negro I ; Must Be Started Vi nth New System
Talent
taken to a doctor for an examination !. James Griffin of
A.
Camp
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from New York City, was charged
at 8 o'clock tonight Agreed to dig a dran.-.ije: ditch I II
the( public in the BHS football sta after which the authoritieswere leading away from the FFA farm, with assault and battery on a i Blanding i is a new member of that :i The problem of a systematic<: which would make all present

dium.Friday Master) of ceremonies will contacted and a warrant issued upon petition by Bill Haas of The warrant take out by Michael Barry i select group unofficially titled "th:; method of numbering the houses;I house numbering null and void,

radio I for Crawford's arrest He is Soil Conservation Service. following an incident at Barry's' hole in one club." |in Starke, a prerequisite to home known
be well
Toby Dowdy, who under a $3.000 appearance bond. Agreed to donate the sum of restaurant :Monday night Round- Col. Griffin scored his ace while I,delivery of mail, was brought up]I which would be used as a guide.
and television entertainer,
will introduce talent from the If the Grand Jury finds thereis I'$100 toward the cost of the construction tree was taken to jail and later I playing on the Talaldega, Ga ,for discussion at the Council meeting Although no other direct action

sufficient evidence against[ and equipping of a playground released under $150 bond, return- Golf Course on April 24, droppinghis Tuesday night. was taken on the problem. it was
white schools the county dur-
of
the first half of the show. Crawford. it may return an indictment area adjacent to the USO able May 31 in Judge T. A. Yawn's tee shot on the 135-yard par. The first point agreed upon w&!J discussed that the City be divided
ing which will result in a court. three sixth hole. He was playing that nothing at all in that direction .. with Call Street
into ,
The concluding portion of the building which is to be used in the [ quadrants
trial at the term of circuit
spring with three officers from the An- ,
'Program will consist of performers Summer Recreation Program, Versions of what actually hap- I could be attempted by any: and Walnut Street being used to

from the colored schools. Monday court, May which 9. also opens on headed up by L. H. Gibson, gen- pen differ widely. The restaurant niston Ordinance Depot, where he I piecemeal effort, as the numbering .: divide the City into four quarters.

Among the entertainers from eral supervisor, Bradford County proprietor says the Negro came had gone to attend a Supply Con- in effect at this time is un; of street markerswas
will schools. into his place and refused to leave systematic and a hodge-podge, andI The problem
schools this ference.
the
white year I also brought up, and the
be Suzi Broadway, Sylvia Paulk Jaycees Attend Authorized the Lions Club to install when told he could not te waitedon. Cot Griffin says this was his I it would be best to start out with I!feasibility of using concrete post

Gene Norman and Franklin Naz- State Convention !I a weighing machine in the first hole-in-one in a long careerof I a new system. street markers, with the names

worth. Judges this year will be I:courthouse, with the proceeds to Roundtree says that he and his golfing and he wouldn't be.sur. -! The Council, therefore, advised I I stenciled on, was discussed favor
in from out of town The Bradford County Jayceeswere go to a charitable purpose. two brothers parked their car I!
brought prised if it is also the last. Thomas to draw up a resolution I ably.
Lions ClubsA among the 90 clubs attend i After a discussion of the high outside the restaurant and that

special section in the stadium ing the State Convention in Miami j I cost of keeping one of the presentold he started in to purchase some

will be set aside for colored spec- last weekend. This year's meeting dump trucks running, due to. hamburgers. He was met at the" Modern Meet anism Bales Hay >tt Rapid Rate

ticketsat constant breakdowns, the Board door by the proprietor and a scuf- t
tators, who will purchase termed the most successful .
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said. -
Roundtree
the north (Washington St.) convention held, reflected the "all authorized Clerk Charles Darbyto fle ensued -- -- -- I

entrance to the stadium. White Florida" interest in Ja'Ceeism.j' advertise for bids for a new I I II

patrons will enter at the southeast speaker at the was .one. Deputy Sheriff II

main gate. S. Senator George Smathers. I Faces Reckless I I I
Lion Lonnie Harley announces I Representing the Bradford County -
I Rites SundayFor
that refreshments will be on sale. |. club were Doyle Conner, Ed- Driving ChargeDeputy I __ I,
Secretary Bob Firth reminds iward Kehr, Robert Robinson. I .- .
patrons that all receipts from this !Ralph Bryan and Frank George. R. F. Young Sheriff Winton Parrishwas '4 j ji

show will be deposited in a special ., *ro4 charged by Highway Patrol- ji i

fund to purchase glasses for Brad- Jeff Perry, 67-year-old Hampton'1'Scout Honor Court Robert F. Young, 73. died .Wed!man Carlos Musgrove with reck- -4 i
ford County children whose par- 'nesday afternoon in St. Vincent's less driving and failure to have [
farmer exhibits !
proudly bob
huge ,
ents cannot afford them. cat that he and Hyde Hersey Jr.):,Held Last WeekA :Hospital, Jacksonville, after a brief .vehicle under control, as the result ., .-' I !
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and their dogs chased some 20 : illness. of an accident late Monday ::;!! .
around 200 Scouts
crowd of nules northof
three
afternoon about
Man Jailed Here miles one night recently. The dogs'I i I A native of North Carolina Mr. : .
and their parents attended a Courtof Par- p., .. .
301. '
got on the trail of the big cat '! the several Starke on Highway -
: Young had lived for past
Honor held of
On Adultery Charge ; Thursday night
,between There sa and Hampton rish's .care rammed into the rear W4 -
I last week in the court house. I years in. Starke, where his i -i
I and the chase ended in the" vicinity : of an automobile driven by F. .M.
Charged with adulterous cohabitation With J. T. Kirkland presiding. wife Mrs. Jessie, Young is a member -,
of Hawthorne. The" hunters did .
Carl T. Whaley North i iI I the Court examined candidates for Herndon of Highland. -
I not get bark to Hampton until I of the school fa ulty Be-
Carolina. is in the county jail as I advancement and made the follow- In absolving Herndon. Musgrove
about 10 o'clock the next morning.Mr. sides his wife he is survived by
the result of a warrant issued by I ICou.'lty this is of the' ing awards: Jan :Mundorff, Gold Laid he gave an automatic signal The hay goes In here (left) a nd it come out there (right) to th e tune of a bale every nine seconds.
one
Terry says daughter, Mrs. Julius Martin of
Judge T. A. Yawn. upon I biggest uildoatg he has ever seen.! Palm; Hank Graham Star Scout for a right hand turn off to a dirt J. B. White Is the happy o'ner"OIind erator of this new one-man pick-u:p baler that sucks up the hay from
Ft. four brothers and two
testimony of 14 witnesses this McCoy and it off chute at to be hauled to the
barn
week. and one merit badge; Wayne Mun sisters. road, and that Parrish's car over- \\ rows, forms the bale, ties II: neatly, drops a rear ready

Children's CommitteeThe took him and the collision re- for storage.One
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dorff, two merit badges.
Whaley, a married man, came to I Funeral sen'icesill be held' of the few such machine II in the county, the baler is tract-drawn, powered by a 21 hp gas-

Starke in January, and is allegedto Bradford County Children's Explorer Post 70 of Starke won Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in suited. oHms engine and handles almost i my kind of hay or straw in from 'I 60 to 70 lb. bales.
have been li'ingith a woman the awards given for advancement the First .Baptist Church, Starke. Musgrove signed an affidavit to the bales. will function
Mr. White also purchased a s de delivery rake as hay only if the hay is in
to whom he is not married, and her Committee will meet Tuesday and attendance. Burial will be in a cemetery near that effect, and a warrant was

2 1.2 year old daughter at Intervals May 12. at noon in the Methodist The new troop at Hampton was Wildwood. Arrangements are in issued for Parrish. He posted $50 wind rows.
In above photos Mr. White h;!i baling hay from Crimson Clover ::and lespedeza.
since. recreation hall. Iwell represented at this meeting. charge of DeWitt C. Jones. bond.






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IN HOMETOWN AMERICA v Winkler Electric Army Recruiter PAGE TWO FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1955

editorialPassing t lnuuao Is ParticipatingIn Here Each Tuesday
Army offers over ItK chocies of to Far East Command. 1

Hotpoint ContestE. SFC Robert E. Green, U. S. technical schools for High Schools Any young man or woman in*

Army Recruiting Station, Gainesville or choice of branch terested can obtain complete information t
Bill A. Winkler of Winkler g.raduates. assignment
of Turnpike will be in Starke Tues- from Sgt. Green on any ,
every
Electric Service, local Hotpoint in any of the 13 f
appliance dealer, has announcedthat day from 9 to 11 a.m., at the Selec- branches or assignment to Air- of the choices listed.YOU'LL _.

Makes 301 Work VitalAs he is participating In the national tive Service Board, to explain the tome, U. S. Disciplinary Barracks LOVE the new Ester

Hotpoint Golden Anniver- opportunities and benefits of a Army Language School. 10th Inbrook purse-size fountain pen in

predicted the state-long turnpike bill Iii Iiif sary contest, May 1 through June service career. fantry Division which will be going pastel shades Only $2.58 at Bradford
25. Sgt. Green stated, that the to Europe in July and .
breezed through the State Senate last Friday by AnrrG I Ip assignment County Telegraph.In t

an even wider margin of victory; than the two The contest is sponsored by

to one vote it received in the House. Bradford Hotpoint, one of the nation's leading 1
County Representative Doyle Conner and Senator manufacturers of kitchen and 1t t

Charley E. Johns stuck to their guns and voted home laundry appliances and its I

against the toll road to the bitter end, but there participating dealers, in commemo-
halt the terrific ration of Hotpoint's 50th Anniversary -
was little that could be done to .

drive behind this project. Evidently, the mere _
mention of the "magic" word turnpike casts sucha Mr. Winkler states that Hot- I '

transported hypnotic spell to over the our realms legislators of fantasy that they wherein are / da. point furnished is awarding, decorated four, equipped completely and __ _ _



ever-increasing Florida just for millions the privilege of tourists of paying dash madlyto $5 to ;Jr s ,l db'' r landscaped ditioned owner's choice Homes Hotpoint, in on four a lot Living-Con-geographical of the- ffofpo/flf's/ Giant 2,000,000.00 Contest!!;

ride to Miami on a non-stop, see-nothing'speed- tIN areas throughout the U. S. The
way Already they are envisioning spurpikesto ft second grand prizes are 50 all-

every nook and cranny of Florida, so if the electric Hotpoint kitchen-laundries r

poor tourist has any money left over after paying one to be awarded in each of 50

tolls, it will be a miracle. 1.t areas throughout the U. S. The YOUR CHANCE Of "
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But there is no use crying over spilt milk. : : kitchen-laundry can be seen at A LIFETIME/ / YOU \ '
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Winkler Electric Service.In .
The turnpike bill has passed, but it doesn't mean

that the multi-million dollar project will be built announcing his participationin I 5,, COMPETE ONLY WITH

this year or next. In fact, one of the most disturb- the national contest, Mr. Wink- PEOPLE IN THIS PART'S

ing factors in the entire set-up is that this legislation ler said that he will award a local

hastily passed by the Legislature with OF THE COUNTRY! ._ .
was prize, a Hotpoint Golden Anniver- ;,::,:,: '.. -.....,-,-.....- ,.",
nothing more than preliminary studies upon whichto -.. .- -' "
electric ... ,.
sary range, to some lucky .... .:: :: "
base their decision. A lot work will haveto -- :"
more e4 SPUWGCUEAHWG.1! winner in this territory. The win "'-,_' -
be done before the project can get under way, a ner's name will be forwarded to .'
e
and another Legislature, under (perhaps) w him from Hotpoint Contest head- EASY TO WIN! '

another administration will meet in 1957. By quarters in Chicago some time This Hotpoint Dream Home,

that time, perhaps we'll know whether the "bob- Farmer's DiaryBy after June 25, the contest closing NOTHING TO WY raize completely equipped, furnished,
tail" pike is a success or not and if it isn't, date. decorated and landscaped,including

there is a possibility that some changes mightbe Sam Mcfiarvey Just come in and ask a lot of your choosing!

made.In BAKE SALE
for free blank
us a entry ,
the meantime, the best course of procedurefor
dinner: in town (no dishes, hooray, The Presbyterian Women of the fill it out and mail it in! $3000.00 HotpolntNo
local interests is to keep our efforts for
continued modernization and up improvement of ( says Alice) and then spent the, Church will hold a bake sale Sat puzzles to solve, no Combinationslogans
evening with Judge and :Mrs. T. A. urday morning from 9:30: to 12
U. S. 301. It is shameful that highway to think up .
a carry- Yawn, Terry and Jimmy. We've noon in front of Kite's Electric. KITCHEN and LAUNDRY
ing the traffic load that 301 does js permittedto n. heard it said that he is too stricton Proceeds will go toward the build- so enter soon.

degenerate in parts to the dimensions of a cow lawbreakers but we've also ing fund. Including de luxe Hotpoint Electric Range giant

path. Efforts for the improvement of 301 shouldbe heard that he treats everyone HOTEl Winner will be refunded full Refrigerator-Freezer. Dishwasher. Disposal! Food
redoubled now, for if it isn't done before the alike, and that's our humble idea purchase ppliance price on bought any tingle during Hotpoint con- Waste Disposer Pushbutton Automatic Washer a

turnpike is built, there is very little hope of of the way it ought to be. FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S test Contest that subject duplicate to all pnze national won., Clothes Dryer and cabinets.

getting it done afterward. w state and local regulations.
After spending two days this
So Alice went out gathering
week hoeing corn, we're begin-
donations for the Cancer Drive,
to believe that the one JUST ONE
Haircuts Cost A Dollar ning and while she was gone Dottie
-- who originate the, saying"Hardwork FRIGIDAIREMade SPECIAL LOCAL
Teston here
came for some feed PRIZE'f
hurt anyone"musthave
had never rocks in his head. Now sacks, and then her car wouldn't only by General At Our
Wanta A Fiddle? Enter Now
Buy we have nothing against hoeing, start. Well Sam said, just wait, Motors Corp. All other -
Alice will be here in a little while
there are times when it must be Electric Refrigerators are
Not long ago they said that "what this coun- and we'll get you started. But made WIN THIS
weeds other
done, and especially if the by companiesand 1-I-o-Ipo-i-nt
try needs is a good five-cent cigar.'' As inflation meanwhile Alice was stuck out
are choking out the corn but it's cannot use the word
continues its upward spiral however, the unhappy on one of our sandy roads, andshe'd '
sure an aggravating job when the Frigidaire. ELECTRICRANGE
U. S. male is now more apt to moan that "what weeds are bigger than the corn. be there yet if Fonzo Pre- AUTOMATIC

this'country needs is a good fifty cent haircut." Anyhow, we got it done, put vatt hadn't helped her. Then we

The high cost of a quick trim was brought some "s:>da" to it, then cultivated got Dottie going S ,*too.a Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE

home forcibly this week when local barbers an- with the tractor, and turned on ? ?
Well, we're about as near to
nounced that starting Monday, the price of a the water. It looks better now.
being caught little
up on our cropsas
THEN
SEE
haircut, with or without conversation. will be one we ever get, with one big ex-
dollar. Used the rotary hoe to cultivateour
ception, and that is the runner
But even at that the males little patch of field corn and E. II. SMITHTenth
of Starke and patch. :My, or my but don't WINKLER ELECTRIC
peanuts. It does a good job of SERVICE
vicinity are not as hard hit as those of Birming- weeds grow fine if you give them
stirring the dirt in the row, break-
ham, Ala. where barbers recently got together half a chance. Come to think of
and
ing the crust and killing a lot of Temple A Ye.
and announced that the price of regular trims it, they grow pretty well no matter 224 N. Temple Ave Phone 166
little weeds, even though once in Starke, Fla. Starke, fla.
would be $1, but the charge for those tedious what you do! ,
a while it flips out a corn or
"flat tops" and other crew cut styles, now so peanut plant. Then used a wide

popular with teen-agers, would henceforth :be: sweep to do the sides, and hope .
$1.25 One barber complained that the time- We can get by without hoeing it. :

consuming crew-cut styles_ are "something like w.e' Ytr ,
three haircuts roiled into one.'' Bill Haas loaned us an irriga- ;

One young man, determined to get his dol- tion guide which contains a lot

lar's worth, had all his hair clipped off, but even of information on the correct use jLT;
that didn't work too well. He found that while it of a sprinkler system here in
Florida. One fact it contains: cer-
seemed to grow out at asnail's
tainly made us stop and think.It ,,
it
top
pace on ,
states that tomatoes require
continued to sprout at
; about two inches of water per
the usual rate the
on ,
week, and knowing that we o
back of his neck and realize now why it is that some ,
:
around his ears. At the crops don't do anything at all ix i\

t end of the regular two- when the weather turns dry.
.
y weeks' interval he need- a
.,
ed another dollar trim Right now we have our irrigation : : ,

again.So system going night and day

you might as well -although we get much better ,

"Baldy" Haircut face it, fellows. The only results from night time applications ', :
there is generally no :; : :
Not The Answer way ;you can beat this as : Lt :
wind and it is a lot cooler. We :
rap is to buy a fiddle .
hoursin .
run out system about seven /
and let your hair grow. .
one location, which puts about l ysri' \,, .x
one inch of water out and then -

move it 40 feet across the field. : : :
: ..
Farmers Urged To Deal oWe : .

gave our berry patch a good
soaking and the results would
With Bonded BuyersAbout have to be seen to be believed.Thp : i

plants look better, there isa Y : r fift1 :,i :
this time of year we usually hear the : : ) ,,,,, : ..
lot of bloom, and the berriesare ": '", '& > '
report of one or more Bradford (County farmers almost as big a '>:;f.s !".,, "..,:%, :)('i,,'i!'<.',::,>:" ,
being left holding the bag with bad checks given' of the season. Although we're '''' .1Z''iJF" >; ,I

them for their produce by some unscrupulous rot picking many bl:> .

dealer. During the past year the State Depart- (two crates a day is the hig1iest : r '

ment of Agriculture was called upon to assist this; week) it looks as if we have '

almost 300 farmers in collecting more than another crop coming on.

$100.000 in claims. V Belle..
Under Florida Statutes, all dealers in agricultural Old Nellie our ancient ', ''' _
'
products must be bonded and licensed or station wagon is beginning to feel #ifDtt/:$":' ,( : ,,:<
her age She's just like the oldgray
they must furnish payments in U. S. currency at
time of delivery of produce. But a few always mare "she ain't what she .
used to be" -- but then who is! Vk'
manage to side-step this law and beat some un- a
farmer out of his hard-earned
wary
money. Had a nice letter from. Mr.
For this reason. Commissioner of Agriculture Richards over at Keystone tellingus

. Nathan Mayo emphasizes to farmers that it is how the birds ate his berries

safer to deal with bonded and licensed dealers. and corn and his other farming

He urges farmers to keep an accurate record of troubles. We have been lucky so

their sales, including date of transaction, name far this year in that respect. The

and address of the dealer, description of product birds haven't bothered our berries

by name, quantity or number of packages, price much, and we planted our corn MerCUry'S Style leader, the ISS-horsepower Montclair hardtop. Mercury offers you 11 models, in 3 price ranges, to choose from in the Montclairand
per unit agreed upon, and the total amount of so doggone deep a lark would needa 188-hp Monterey and Custom series. All Me/curys offer you exclusive styling shared by no other car, and brilliant new SUPER-TORQUE performance to match.

the sale. When dealing directly with a trucker, post hole digger S to. get at it. .

a record should be made of the truck tag number
and state. and a description of the truck that On Alice's birthday this week,

loads to their deliver produce.their produce Farmers without are also getting advisednot a sunbonnet.Sam Mrs. Dyal gave her which at the an he 301 old-fashioned got Antique from We've 3 surprises for you at our showrooms

f receipt from the dealer.
Barn. That night we had a nice
If these instructions are followed it will save

farmers check from returned the to unhappy them marked experience"Insufficient of havinga 1 1. Mercury's price tag. 2. Our allowance for your 3. Our easy terms.We work them

Funds" "No Such "
or Account, : Prices start below 13 of present car. It's based on out to fit you. Why not stop in for


***THE BEST WAY to keep up with the Jonses the top models in the soour high-volume sales We the figures-take a trial drive
is to take it easy for a while and ;you'll meet them froQTtli61/

coming back. called "low-price" field.* can afford to be generous. today? There's no obligation; .

YAMLrtl8J 4 ww +,..L'II'",-.-- -.__......__...",.o,,no"" "".......om.._.......,..'1E1III la If a new any man creature be In; old Christ things, hV .Jo..J M cooparuen of_1ocMerI'tuggtifW W or factory,.,...1 price

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. are passed away...(II Corin ,
1879 thians 5. 17.)
E. L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITORFLORIDA'S ,
Each new day thai Go3 gives iI

us can be a new clean beginning, .
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS-


UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. life, with His help through our",
devotion and prayers. The mis,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES takes and failures of yesterday McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS"Court
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 can be wiped away completely
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER "behold, all things we become &
new.11 Jefferson Sts. Phone 447
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1078.'I
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r fTT YYTY YYYYTTTYYt vvTTTeHAMPTON Tense Moment in 'Run For Cover' Prevatt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. AndersonMrs.
Donn.

r .. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish were Myrtle Elizabeth Anderson,

__ in Jacksonville last weekend. 47, of Jacksonville, died Friday -
Mrs. Jim Godwin, of the State ;
By sirs D. E. HillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAA night after an illness of several j
Farm visited her mother, Mrs.V. .
| 4I. R. Reddish, Sunday afternoon. months at the home of her sister,

a John Burr spent the weekendin Mrs. Mary Ellen Johnson in j
Cancer fund campaign and collection -
work was completed in Mount Dora with his parents. Starke..Funeral services were held 1 i PLEN1YOFOWPftI&[ !

the Hampton area this week ac- ,.. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Monday afternoon in Jacksonville I,

cording to Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Friday night in Gainesville with
her sister, Mrs. Claudia Strick- CORRECTIONIn
chairman: of the Hampton district.
land. to Jackson- last week's Telegraph it was '
They motored
Aided by Mrs. W. H. Maxwell,
ville on Saturday and brought stated that. Mike Klondes was /y & Mellow Mb.
Mrs. Alderman canvassed homes, '
businesses and churches in the Miss Betty Strickland home. charged by authorities with "pos-- :. Eight O'ClockPancake COFFEE Bag 79c25c
Guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards session and sale of moonshine."
district for the drive.
during the weekend were Mr. and This item was technically in error ,
,
Edward Saxon opened for business A i SUNNYFIEID 20oz.Pkg .
last weekend the store and J Mrs. Carl Edwards of Gainesvilleand since the charge against Klondes Mix 2 .
$
Mrs. L. L. Wainwright of the actually was: possession of bonded ;
service station near the city
State Farm. whiskey for sale in
a dry county;
limits on Navarre Street. Formerly 24-oz.
sale of bonded whiskey in a dry ANN
operated by Gerald Adkins, the Blended
property is owned by Mrs. J. H. CARD OF THANKS county. ,s;, Syrup PAGE Bottle
4 The kindness and sympathy of
Saxon.
!J. W. Home, Mrs. Dick Williams neighbors and friends in our 14-oz. 33c
l'e-I Tomato 2
cent
and Billy Home were in sorrow will always KetchupMild RiTTERS Bottles
with us a precious memory. Our i YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
Gainesville Monday.
sincere thanks and gratitude for.. brook purse-size fountain pens In SULTANA
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy
and family and Miss Brenda Sue Yheca Lindfors encourages John Derek to face up to a problemthat e'eIJ1.hing.Mrs.. Lemuel Col- pastel shades. Only $3.58 at Bradford -
son and family. County Telegraph. Lb.
Hinson attended the Green family touches the Ii\es of both of them in this scene from "Run for
.. PORK & BEANS 29c
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-
-
reunion at Hillsboro River State Cover, playing at the Florida Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. -. -- --- -.-- --- J-_ ..-._ .-' '--.0.- -__- -_ --_,-_ __ ._ --, Cans
Park near Tampa Sunday. James Cagney co-stars with them in this outdoor adventure drama.

Mrs. Oglesby and her sister of SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
Gainesville visited Mrs. J. H. Sax- I Smooth'
,TTTTTTTTTTT'TTTTTTTTTTv Recent guests of Mr. and :Mrs.

on in .Hampton Edward Monday.Mrs. Saxon .and Mrs. Brad Norton were Mr. Norton's r DRASTIC siii

W. A. Saxon drove to Jackson- LAWTEY\ parents of Tampa. DRESSN Quart 43c
Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. and Mrs.I Jar .
ville Monday.Mr. I
Mae Wells attended Homecoming FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE
and Mrs. M. Watterson By airs. Joyce T. I'utshsuAAAAAUWAAAAAAAUU
of the Methodist Church in Green AGARS for Snacks, Sandwiches SPICED
at their cottage
spent last weekend Cove Springs on Sunday. This wad
at Cedar Key. Mr. and Mrs. the 108th the RATE REDUCTIONSKeep
of
Donald McMahone joined them The Lawtey Home Demonstration church. anniversary LUNCH MEAT 1 12-oz. 29t

there Saturday.Mrs. I Club met Wednesday, Apr. Ycur INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit Can
J. A. Williams and daugh- 27, at the home of Mrs. P. L. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker from the LOWEST possible rates. .
Alethia Dinkins Sr., with Mrs. E. J. Whe- and sons of Jacksonville were
ters, Avoy, Amelia, and [IONA Full Pack
visited Mrs. M. L. Fowler in Law- lan president, presiding. Miss guests of relatives recently. STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Dorothy Ross demonstrated air Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilkejson of 303
tey were layering of plants. Plans were Jacksonville spent the weekend TOMATOES tOe
Slade and sons
Jacksonville Avery visitors last week, made for the flower show to be with Mr.. and Mrs. Bub Wilkerson.Mrs. Doyle E Conner Insurance AgencyPhone Can
Mae Wells recently at-
and visited also in Maxville withrdatives. held in June at the courthouse in .
tended the
Starke. tion in Boca Postmaster's Grande. Conven- 285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. A&P-Our Fined Quality TALCO 25 LB BAG

Mr. and Mrs. George.Sunday Williams supper Jacksonville Miss Arthurine spent Blanchard the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harley were SauerkrautIONA 1 :&. lOc SCRATCH FEED, $1.15
and son were SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
home of Mr. and with her father A. M. Blanchard. in Starke on Sunday for Home-
guests at the .. TALCO 25 LB. BAGGREEN
coming at the First Christian -" -
Durban in Lawtey.- Ronald Kimbrell was visiting __. _.- _- __ ___- -, -_ __ ',- -CUT .
Mrs. Ed Church. .0- n __ __ _._ ._ '_ _._ .._ LAYING MASH $1.23
Marvin Falle of Chattanooga relatives in Jacksonville last Fri- BEANS lOc
guest speaker at Hampton day and Saturday. Mrs. O. J. Phillips and family I AAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAtAAAThere's .
Tenn. was Church Sunday. Mrs.Faile Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews, visited Mr. Phillips at St. Vin- .
I Baptist J. B. Tolesof Miss Gayle, Jimmy and Chuck cent's Hospital in Jacksonville on Always Something A1P-Gtttn JIM DANDYLima -

Rome, and, her Ga. father accompanied Mr. Moore, were Sunday afternoon Sunday. Mr. Phillips is .wantingto Beans ::' 35$<< Grits 2-b-Pig| : 15 aka:; 33

for the weekend. guests of Mr. Andrews, come home. 3 .. ,.
to Hampton COOKIH'AT .1.
Faile Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mrs. I.. H. Hill of r '
Fort
at both morning and eve- parent.1 Myers ANN PAGE-Spark!. 'I> AUNT JEMIMA
Speaker next New River. spent the weekend at her home 5lb
church 31
ring services of Malcolm the. Galbreathof Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther; Gelatin Desserts 5.'kg.. 27c Corn Meal :
t will be here.Ed
Sunday Hilliard on Sunday were Mrs.: :May had the misfortune to
$t. Augustine. MARY & BILL'S CAFE ANN PAGE-Sparkl* RED HEART-3 Food Diets
and Mrs. Ver- Mack Stephenson of Marietta, break a rib when he fell from a

'Irs.Slade David drove Brown to' GainesvUle Mrs. Raymond Suber, and Mr. log truck that he was helping to (BUS DEPOT FORMERLY! Sherbet Mix 3 Pkg'. 25c Dog Food 3 Cm 29*
non and Mrs. Leon Starling and family JUNE'S GRILL)

shopping Tuesday. Mr. and of Jacksonville.Mr. load.Misses Margaret Ann and Becky GIVE US A TRIAL -

Ralph. Williams A. Williams, son, visited in and Mrs. John Roane.and. Phillips were Saturday night Businessman's 50c and 65c Plate Lunch "SUPER-RIGHT" Tender Smoked Skinned 12- 16-lb. Average
Mrs J. Ward Sunday family of Lawton, Okla. were guests of their aunt,.Mrs. Lloyd
Steaks
with Charles Chops Sandwiches Chili
Waldo in JCK- recent visitors at the home of Green, in Starke. HALF
Betty Durling was Malts Shakes Scdas 49c I
Miss business _Saturday.nve Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffis. Those attending Highland Churchon il Sundaes HAMS or Ib.

9 on Explorer Scouts from Mesdames E. J. Whelan, Effie Sunday were Mr. and :Mrs. 3 COFFEE THAT'S GOOD 5c WHOLE I I

Three Tommy Miner, P. L. Dinkins Sr., A. H. Earl Teston and family, Mr. and 4 I
:Manier Meal Tickets
Hampton. Charles ,took part Harley Sr., and H. C. Wainwright Mrs. Mitchell Brown and family.Mr. -- $4.50 for $4.00 Super-Right FRESHLY
Robert Cooper I
Dyal and on the Suwanee attended the County Council Meet- and Mrs. Ralph Wise and The Only Bread We Serre In Our BurgersIs
in a boating trip Sunday afternoon ing of the Home DemonstrationClub family, and Mrs. John Brown and The Bun
River Friday through in Brooker. Mr. Joiner of the daughters.Mr. GROUND BEEF 3 lbs. $11
Rock Springsto Slason
Fannin. from Springs.Split Fourteen University of Florida gave an interesting and Mrs. G. F. Prevail Mary and Bill welcome youKu

Harry talk on landscaping. spent Sunday in Baldwin with Mrs.
Scouts, accompanied by TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMVMTTTMTyfffTfTTTVTTT !
Green of Starke, joined Scouts Allgood Fancy

, 20-mile from Alachna boat district trip and to make camped the SLICED BACON !

45c
Lb.
f along the river bank. IIampton
the :
Patrol, Boy Scouts, attended
Court of Honor in Starke Thurs can mom
day night April 28 with Arnold pay Super-Right Fresh PORK Center Cut WHITE

Haddock ings for the leader.Hampton Regular patrol meet-are SAUSAGE lb 29C BACON ib 25C


at day Hampton evening town at 7:30 hall p.eaeh m.Thurs Three but ean/t blfY 4ette Super-Right Fancy Smoked LIVER Copeland's SMOKED j

Scouts Court and of seven Honor.visitors attendedthe you SAUSAGE 'b 39C SAUSAGE lb 55C

is in Doctors.
Vernon Forsythe
Super-Right SLICED Cap'n Johns Ready-To-Fry
Hospital in Starke. this week recuperating

last from Friday.an appendix operation FORD BACON Ib 49C SHRIMP ib 49CFresh

MediuJD. MediumMedioJD.. Medium-
Mrs. D. W. :Moore of Starke wasa Falrlane Town
FEATURES prictd priced prime priced
the home of
weekend guest at. Sedaa "11"Special
her sister, Mrs. T. F. Brown in V..s CARP CARD CAR 0 CARDIIere's FloridaCORN II

Hampton. .
: r. E. Hill and leg room, front (in) 44.3 42J A2.3 ..&2.9 44S dozen .
daughters visited relatives in Po- rear(in.) A 1.9 A2.8 41.8 43.8 45.0 49C

mona Park Friday. proof that Head room, front ('IlL) 35.1 35.6 35.6 35.6 35.5
Supper guests Friday at the rear (in.) 34.2 35.9 34.0 34.6 34.9 GOLDEN, RIPE \ e '
were
home of :Mrs. J. G. Williams Shoulder room front (in.) 57.0 56.6 58.2 58.2 58.0

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs.Durban Williams and family re-- in feature rear (Ia.) 56.8 56.4 567 56.7 57.8 BANANAS 2 Lbs25'

of Lawtey.to Lawtey with them to Maximum trunk depth (in) 48.9 48." 46.0 46.0 55.0 ;

turned and sited in Floor covering, front Carpet Rubber Rubber Rubber Rubber y

slaY Jacksonville overnight al&with the R. after f feature rear Carpet Carpet Rubber Rubber Rubber Winesap Fresh Crisp

.
Ida Maxwell.Mrs. foam-rubber seat cushions YES NO NO NO Front
and Mrs. Only
C. Grays her Apples lb 15c Pascal Celery 2 Ige stalks 19c
visited
A. H. perry Two-stage front door checks YES NO NO NO NO
Cowan, in FORD eXCeIS
C.
A.
mother, Dirs. Cowan Center.Fill fueling YES NO NO NO NO Firm Crisp YellowLettuce
sunday. :Mrs.

hasten GAinesville very ill, and is said.now much Suspended dutch pedals brake and YES NO NO NO YES 2 heads 29c Onions 2 lbs 9c

Improved, Mrs. Perry cars m
Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Wheeler of Horsepower, maximum (v8)) 182 180 188 185 175

Jacksonville were weekend guess Torque, maximum (Ibs..fl.) 268 264 256 320 240 JANE 14-oz Cans

Of Mrs. Wheeler's parents, Mr. and higher-price Compression ratio (to 1)) 8.5 8.0 8.4 8.S 7.6
Mrs. Billy Varnes in Hampton.Mrs. 18-mm. ... \t t PARKER Ajax Cleanser 2 for 23c
win spark plugs YES NO NO NO NO I
and son
leave .Tampa Dick Williams by plane: Sunday brackets t Dual exhaust YES NO NO NO NO ; Vel IgepkgSOc giant pkg72c

her husband in 4-barrel carburetor YES NO NO NO NOm APPLE t
morning to join Pvt r Fab Ige pkg 30c giant pkg 72c
Balboa Canal Zone. Pauaraa. Ball-IoW front suspension NO NO NO NO :

Williams expects to be stationed Brake lining area (sq. in.) 192 178 185 192 174 It\f f :: ," .r l i$ With Bleach 2 14-oz Cans

there for about IS mouths, for .. m h'J PIE 1 Babo Cleanser 23c

has seemed living t :J/(; .'""JI'-....' .' V. Blue Label 24-oz Bottle
his family. Cot ran .., tftw, stop wWyf... Check:your car...ckcl occtfwrt \'': "' ,", -, \.
Mrs. Vernon Slade, her mother, '\. ll' Karo Syrup 23c
Looking for value .
from
Fannie Meads, Mrs. Avery I more your motor car 8-Inch Size
Mrs. Slade drove to dollars? Then, look no more. Ford brings you a Pint Bot Qt Bot
Donald -t
and
Lakeland Slade, Satw 1ay. Mrs. Meadsremained wealth of fine-car features that even some of the A : Mazola Oil 33c 59c

in Lakeland for a vsit higher-priced cars can't match. Ti c a -f% .f ttl sF' r\ 39 Angle Soft Box of 400

\\ith.tor daughter. :Mrs. Dan For example,the chart above shows that in feature.: I 7fiJ lff-- Facial Tissue 25c

Hughes after feature Ford gives: you everything lOU have ;, 4 -r '.... -
Mr. und Mrs Purvir-S Green were and .. come to expect in a jHediuu-priced car and ?m?,?, Y I Sugar Wafers 70 Pa:age 25c
rings
childr :i of Heil-rotui ;. more. Yet, a Ford Fairlane Town Sedan costs'ou
Sund c' "ne gur ts J t the ho.ne 1 j IONA Plain or Self-Rising 1.lb.!
:y less than the lowest.priced comparably equipped Premium Saltines 25c29c
Afternoon
'atkag
of M-s. In'fir..ght.: 4-door sedan of four popular medium-priced makes. c e
callers ?'inday at the liiight 3 I Swanean
Boned
home, .--eta Mr. end Mrs. Leslie: 1 And, with Ford recognized as the style leader. Fi t 0 U R Turkey S o> Con

Jones e 1 children. )!r. and Mr.-. "at home"wherever you may go...why pay more? Boned Chicken Swanson 33c
O 1's F,itr and Mr. and Mrs. 5,or. Can
Feature for feature price for price youcan't f Lb Bag $4.69
Hubert P trrish 2Jil chil..en.C.lr.a
buy better than Ford. VACATION IeU..YnRK/RD ROTUNDA SHOW Puce 2 Chicken FricaseeBs07ZWaxed : : ? r.
OF rtAN.isWe -lIaNcI.v"ua.tKI..cgwrdl.. t7vio.. Of m AUTO woujrir. CEWJOW. MiCHIGAN
100 lt
r'si to than>;; tin Boa'- ,__ Paper yam Roll I :
drain Dr JUst Church fo: the lovely
sho"-tr pven us1>.- fcr the JIarcal Box of 40 Mcrca! Tea Napkins2:;:eo23:

many lovely) and .'"e.'i1 gifts. .Fbrd
Thanks. -TheIfterS'aeFamily.! Dinner Napkins 15cBox Pastel Napkins Boo?( eo 10c
SELLS MORE BE.CAnSE'r.
WORTH MORE., -,
of 100 Prices !in this Ad effective thrv Sat, May 7th

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I First Annual Hi-Y Father And Son Banquet I,Miss Griggs ToVed J Beta Sigma Phi I o'clock honoring i the new pledges.l ,

, T. H. Slade To Have I Pledges and members should
Jr. Dinnen
'- make reservations with Martha
: Yancey. president by Friday I
Saturday Night May
I
e -
J L Members of the Beta Sigma Phi .

. t tI Mrs. J. H. GriggS of Cornelia. sorority are giving a dinner at : Dr. and Mrs O. L. Haynes Jr
I Ga. I the Officer's Club at Camp Bland- had as weekend
announces the engagement and i guest Harrison I
approaching marriage of her ing Monday: night. May 9, at 7:30, I Griffin of Atlanta.

Gladys Mooty daughter, Judy, to Thomas Howell I .-.. -- .-iIo.... 1
Phone 35 Slade Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. ::
H. Slade Sr. of Starke. '
.... .. .. I" ." ..." The
marriage will take place : Be Practical
A ; _
May Breakfast Three Circles I ; Saturday Methodist night Church May Starke 7 in the follow First !;

Plans CompleteFor 'Of WSCS MeetThe 1 ing the Emory at Oxford Glee''

? .4 Club concert. Rev. Robert Stroud' GIVE MOTHER
Wednesday"AnteBellum three circles of the Methodist j of Birmingham, Ala. will performthe I
: W.S.C.S. met the first of the I
Festival in May"will ceremony.
theme used at the I week. All friends of the. couple are invited -
be the
entertained 'I
May Breakfast held in the Starke Mrs. Robert Green to attend.Baptist A Gift She'll AppreciateFromBarksdale's
members of Circle 1 Tuesday
Woman's Club, Wednesday May morning at 10 o'clock at the educational Members of the II1-Y Club and their fathers gathered in the BHS cafeteria last Saturday night foi I

11. at 12 noon, at which time, building. Mrs. L. D. Vm- tie first annual Father and Son Banquet After a suinptious fried chicken supper, the members and Circles

Mrs. E. D. Pearce of Miami, president ng, leader, conducted the business gwts heard an inspiring talk by T. A. Morse (front row, third from right), State and Regional Secretary -Hold MeetingsThe
of the Florida Federated meeting and appointed flower of the YMCA, on the subject of "Measuring Greatness." A man's worth Is not measured in terms of

Woman's Clubs will be the honored committees for the church for the money, prestige, or popularity, but In the amount of service that he performs to his community and Annie Armstrong Circle of I

guest and will install new officers.I month of May. his feUowman, the speaker said. Charles Kirkland (center), II1-Y president, served as master of ceremonies the First Baptist WMU met at the

The breakfast will be restricted I Mrs. Clyde Sinclair led the devotional and introduced a program of entertainment that Included songs by Sud Broadway and BobbeBastedo. home of Mrs. Maxwell Vickers. i i

to members, prospective members, and gave an interestingtalk Serving as waitresses at the banquet we1 Hl-Y Sweetheart leader. Mrs. Paul Raymond gave
the Junior Woman's Club, the on "Making Melody." The the devotional and Mrs. J. E. Ladies Now

Community Club of the State program was given by Mrs. E. L. KindergartenWill Woman's Club Silver Tea Marks I Hildebran had charge of the pro-
Farm, and out-of-town guests. Matthews who gave a review 'of gram. Taking part were Mrs. !
Reservations must be made by "Angels Unaware" by Dale Evans Present Plans Tea May 12 40th Anniversary Robert Barksdale. Mrs. J. E. Hardy SPRING SUITS 498

Monday evening, May 9, by callingthe Rogers. 'Sleeping Beauty'Mrs. The Junior Woman's Club met I Of UDC ChapterA Mrs. Ned Yancey Mrs. Don
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. .
president, Circle 2 was entertained by Mrs.A. Patray, and Mrs. Raymond. Re-
phone 91, Mrs. T. B. Harding, F. Sauls Monday afternoon at Clyde Priest will presenther Monday night, May 2, in theWoman's ; lovely silver tea marking the eshments were served by the host- : VALUES TO $20.00LADIES
chairman of tickets Phone 222w, her home. The hostess served her kindergarten pupils in the Club. Plans were discussed -i 40th birthday anniversary of the ess. .
for the tea honoring high
or Mrs. Doyle Conner, president of guests refreshments as they ar operetta, "Sleeping Beauty," Fri- W. T. Week's chapter, United
their mothers
the Junior Woman's Club. rived. day night May 13, at 7:30 o'clockin school girls and Daughters of the Confederacy, was The Lorena Epperson Circle met DRESSESReduced
which will be held Thursday, May :I
Miss Ann Daniels, who wasrunnerup Mrs. L. D. Green, leader, con- the American Legion Hall. held Wednesday afternoon, Apr. ,with Mrs.: Charles Darby with ,
12, from 4 till 5 o'clock in the I
to Miss America in 1954, ducted the business session. Mrs. The cast is as follows: Queen 27, at the Starke Woman's Club nine members and one visitor

will be on the program and will J. F. McComb led the devotionaland I Jackie Hines; King, Gary Harris; club The house.club voted to donate $50 honoring the real daughters of the present. Mrs. R. B. Ah'arez,1 I i '12 And 1-3 In Price

entertain the guests with her ac was assisted by Mrs. Ethel Princess Rosa, Suzanne Ford; to the. Summer Program. Confederacy and charter membersof !leader, gave the opening prayer. :
cordion. Lowell and Mrs. W. B. Parks. Prince Charming, David Silcox; the local chapter. and the devotional was given by i
Mrs. Stanley Noegel an
Elaborate, plans and decorationsare Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mrs. C. Heralds, Wayne Blankenship and interesting report on the gave State I Elaborate arrangements of Mrs J. A. Griffin. Mrs. Dai by Ladies Beautiful Lastic and Cotton

being carried out under the D. Williams had charge of the Richard McCarthy; Fairies, Janelle Convention in Tampa which she Easter lilies, gladioli, and early had charge of the program and :
social chairmen, Mrs. Lex Green program and gave an article from Pollard, Gerry Mooty, Betsy I summer flowers in shades of red introduced the speaker, Rev. L. D. i
attended with Mrs. S. E. Simmons,
and Mrs. L. H. Jennings, and their the "Methodist Woman." Matthews, Cheryl Studstill, Donna Mrs. Ned Yancey, Mrs. Eldon I and white, interspersed with small Haines, who spoke on Stewardshipand I 1-3'
\ committees. Members of the Little Circle 3 met Monday afternoonat Pa tray, and Joyce Denmark; As- Hardy, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, and Confederate flags, were used in Missions. Refreshments were SWIM SUITS OFF
Women's Club will assist in ,serv- the home of Mrs. E. S. Mat- sisting Fairies, Barbara Sue Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr. I decorating the auditorium for the!;served by the hostess assisted by :
thews. The meeting was opened Barksdale and Linda Rae Rosier; affair. I I Mrs. Griffin. '
Hostesses for the evening were
ing.A short business meeting will with prayer by the leader, Mrs. J. I Ladies of the Court, Melody May, Mrs. A. H. Harley HI, Mrs. Robert 1 Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. J. Iti I I -
W. Andrews. Linda Kay Smith, Francine, Hillen- Kite greeted guests at the door YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- HOSEWith
OF
; take place in the club lounge at Barksdale, Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mrs.S. A FREE-PAIR
: 11 o'clock preceding the. Breakfast. After the, business session, Mrs.A. dahl, and Bonnie Lu Graudon; E. Simmons and Mrs. Chas. and presented them to the receiving -!':brook purse-size fountain pens Inpastel '
Wood gave an account of the. Gentlemen of the Court, Harry line composed of Mrs. w.1 shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- Every Dress Over $6.00
Circle "Triumph of an Indian Woman"from Hatcher, Dale Crosby, Cary Devlin. 3. Haile, president of the chapter,I ford County Telegraph. :
\Voodman the World Outlook. She also Smith and Johnny Dix. Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. L. F. Chap- Ladies Summer Ladies

Supreme Forest Woodman Circle gave her personal experiencesmade The 5th and 6th Grade Chorus \VCTU MeetingThe man, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. t__ -
in contacts with American J. E. Wilson and Mrs. L. G. Powell.
will meet at the home of Mrs.T. will sing several numbers between current Temperance Essay HandkerchiefslOcandup
Indian Women. acts. The handsomely appointed tea Jewelry
C. Chastain, Tuesday night at Contest for high school studentsis COLONIALFLORIST
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd gave the devotional of table was overlaid with a beautiful I [
& o'clock for their regular social on "Christ in the Home". creating interest, members eutwork cloth with a wide red and
- Elementary PTA the WCTU were told at their
meeting. All members are askedto Refreshments were served at white satin ribbon running the 59cLadies

be present.Kingsley. the close] of the meeting. To Have Supper meeting last held Friday in the afternoon.Tabernacleannex Mrs. entire length of the table. Centering ,!
the. table was an artistic arrangement -
Little WomenTo Elementary PTA will meet at Jennie Thornquest presided over of white gladioli J

WMUThe Elect Officers the High School Cafeteria on Tuesday -i the business session in the absenceof Easter lilies and pompoms inter- PHONE 218 Hose Ladies Gowns

May 10, at 7 p.m. There will the president, Mrs. Florence spersed with miniature Confederate
Kingsley Lake Baptist I The Little Women's Club met be, a covered dish supper, during Hipple. One new member was flags in a silver bowl. Balancing -
WMU will meet Thursday, May Monday evening, Apr. 25, at the which the Junior Band will play added.At the arrangement were silver (j) 99c and 1.98 and

12, at 10:30. : ajn. in the home of club house,with the president, Miss I selections, under the directorshipof candelabra holding burning up up

Mrs. D. E. Cottle Jr. at Kingsley.A Joyce Scholl, presiding.New I. Kenneth Foster. New officers the close of the meeting the white tapers. Presiding at the FLOWERSFor ,
members: voted into the will be installed at this meeting. members enjoyed coffee and a silver coffee services were Mrs. 1
dish luncheon will be
covered
club were Lera Lawson Elissa Please note the earlier time. round table discussion. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. All Occasions WRAPPINGBARKSDALE'S
GIFT
served after the meeting. Stefanelli, Judy Dankel Maxine ; FREE

Andrews, Joanie and Jeanie Wait,; The punch table was overlaid DISH GARDENS ,

Pat Hobbs, Shirley Green, Sylvia I with a white cutwork cloth and

Paulk and Patricia Pellum. :&c44hLttther centered with a cut glass punch POTTED PLANTS '

Next Monday night there will be bowl resting in a bed of greenery. POTTERY
p1flSTARKE an election of officers who will be Presiding at the punch table were

] installed at the regular meeting, Betty Ann Simmons, Penny Hol-: Flowers 'WiredAnywhere
Monday .evening, May 23. The ingworth, Mary Agnes Matthews,; \ I
Hear that Stanley and Jewell snake had shed his skin the past I
Sun., Mon.\ and Tues. May 23 meeting will also be the Noegel took Cub Scout Den 1 to week and Hazel didn't recognizeit and Shi Ann Smith.

May 8, 9, 10 final meeting of the season and the Noegel camp on the Ocklawaha noted that Dave Paulk was During the tea, a program was DEPARTMENT STORE"Starke's
will be a tea honoring the mothersof presented by Mrs. L. G. Powell, i
DOUBLE FEATURE River over the weekend where a hobbling around on crutchs over Nona St. Starke I
the club members.A chairman. Mrs. L. A. and Finest"IT'S
Largest
Cattle weiner roast, swimming and fish- the weekend after badly cutting program I
QueenOf .
for Canova and Miss Joan Furlong .
beach party was planned ing were enjoyed by John Adams, his toe on an outboard motor. [ : ._. _... __ .
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MontanaBarbara Saturday, May 14, at Jacksonville Holly Seymour, Buddy Noegel, Gil and Lib Newcomb report olayed piano selections, and Mrs. -
for members and their L. G. Powell gave a short talk on
Beach
Ronald Arthur Holliday, Billy Melson, they received a letter from son
Stanwyck. Reagan
Memorial trio, Mrs.. Lex
dates. Larry Noegel, John Arthur and Bert saying he left Seattle, Wash. Day. A
AndSerpent Green Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and
,
Michael Reddish and Harry Starl- last Thursday enroute to An-
I Miss Helen Haines, "Oh
of the Nile ing Jewell is den mother for chorage, Alaska for further duty sang
Nervous Tension the group Don Champion was wife Shirley and baby and her Precious Saviour" accompanied by
With Rhonda Fleming and Mrs. Canova. The history of the
I host to the six members of the :parents who are touring Calif. in
William Lundigan W. T. Weeks chapter was given by UNLAWFULFor
riiw Color Cartoon for Children I Is a common complaint in our Boy Scout Council at his home I their trailer, are leaving in two Mrs. L. A. Davis.
fast moving world. Most People Tuesday evening .. noted Piney weeks for her parents' home in Others assisting in serving and
in Dr.Ritch's Koyukuk, Alaska and she and the
affected have made the rounds Brown is secretarying
Wed, Thur.-:May 11, 12 helping with the preparations were
and end witha office this week, relieving baby will join Bert when he is
seeking a cure up
DOUBLE FEATURE .Mrs. Steve Simmons, Mrs. O. L.
medicine chest full of sedative Natalie Thornton who is on the stationed permanently in Alaska
Assignment ParisDana but fail"to find permanentrelief. sick list Inez Gray has been I .. was happy to hear that George :Haynes, Mrs. E.L. Matthews, Mrs.
.S.V.. Kincaid and Mrs. L. F. .
Andrews, Marta Toren replaced by Thelma Harris as Huggins was able to leave St.Vincent's ,Dinkins. Any Person or Persons to Engage in
Inez and hospital on Wednesday
-AndBrimstone- Nervous tension Is generally the telephone operator I
result of a &plnal misalignment husband. AD-3 Harold Gray are and will convalesce at his home
producing a nerve pressure. moving to Jax the end of the week for several weeks George who St. Mark's Auxiliary Name Unless

With Rod Cameron and Such conditions! are readily located where he is stationed at the NAS was on the 1st floor at St. Vin- Met MondayA Business Under A Fictitious

Walter Brennan and removed by the modern Carolyn Fuqua is the new cent's, and Bob (Rev. R. D.) Som- .
I'lus Cartoon for Children Chiropractor.IN secretary at Doyle Conner's Ins. mer, who Is confined on the 5th meeting of St Martha's

Agency. floor at. the same hospital, had Chapter, St. Mark's Woman's Auxiliary The Name Is RegisteredRead
Fri., Sat.-May 13, 14 STARKE ITS Among those attending the been trying the whole time they was held in the Parish
DOUBLE FEATURE Stephen Foster Festival at White were there to get-together for a House at 3 o'clock Monday after

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Springs on Sunday were, the H. checker game .. Bob, who is recuperating noon with Mrs. Stanley Noegel,
CcuddaHooScuddaHay C. Kelly family and Hubert! nicely, was still confined leader, presiding. S

Priests of Lawtey, Elsie and Cliff. in the hospital, up to Wed- Plans were made to have a
Hazen, Jimmy and Martha Susan nesday evening (the last report) plastics party Tuesday night, May
Lon McCallister. June Ilaver CLINIC Ritch, Judge and Lois Ferryman. we all look forward to his 10, at 8 o'clock in the Parish

-AndWagon Hazel Jim and Franklin Ritch and coming home soon. House. A door prize and other This Florida Law '
TrainWith 2 blocks north of Post Office Barbara Bates on Monday at- See the James Land family prizes will be given during the I

Phone 108 tending the Festival were the have moved from the Vampfy evening. The public is invited to

HIM Serial "Batman"Gene Autry 15 Office hours daily except Than. members of the 5th and 6th grade house on N. Walnut street to the I I attend. "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, aa defined herU, to
Chap. 9:30 to 12 1:80 to 5:30 junior chorus with chaperones Aldridge house on Water street The meeting closed with bene-
(Last Chapter) Jane Tra- in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herm defined -
Hillendahl
Evenings and Thursdayby Mrs. L. H. Dianne Colson celebrated her diction by Rev. R. E. MacBlain.A engage t
, And Cartoon for Children appointment I wick, Flo Slade, Martha Pellum, 11th birthday on Tuesday after- social hour was enjoyed and without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

Hazel Matthews Vivian Knightand noon with a weiner roast in the refreshments were served by Mrs. clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business 1
-- Melba Partin also there Colson yard for 25 of her
girll Stanley Noegel and Mrs. W. H.
of with the clerk aforesaid affidavit
shall consist filing an !
were :Mona Canova and four boys friends assisting her .Noejjel. is, with registration
_J Mrs. R A. Colson in serving were, signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of }

.1' Just received the address of Mrs. Robert 'Barksdale and Mrs. Willing Workers all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest 1
Rowe who Is stationed in D. Smith.
7 IJ.
FACTORY FACTORY 1 of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried
Korea! ; Pvt.. James V. Rowe, RA Nice to s<< Martha Gonzale Up,,Met LastVeek ,
APPROVED II 54628895. ltA.f>AT. 15th .AAA I from Tampa this week visiting on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto J

EN1NEEREDSERVICE A.W. BN. (S. T.) 'APO 7, San son-in-law and daughter, Ernest The Willing Workers Class of engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

I PARTS Francisco talked by Calif.phone-to Jimmy Pvt. Kenneth said he and Margaret Phyllis Howard Phillips taking. Spotted a taxi j Tuesday the First night Baptist of last Church week with met their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

Johns of the State Farm, who Is the day with husband Vassie, Mrs. Fireman Register Sr. :Miss (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county

also In Korea, and they plan to to Jacksonville Sunday to spend Ava Lee Edwards gave the open- where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be I

Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning get together soon .. Lt. Pat another of our Callstreeters cur- ing! prayer Life and was the given devotional:by. Mrs.onSpiritual accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
MeGriff is home for three weeks rently occupying a hospital bed
Wrecker Service 'from Fort Warren, Wyo. before in Jacksonville .. He's in River- E. W. Hayes. such publication.

flying out to San Francisco for ayear's side ... Hear that Mrs.. Julia During" the social hour, the

BRAKE TIRES IGNITION duty in Korea .. Bryant, who has been in Alachua hostesses served refreshments to :

TESTING AND STARTER Was sorry to hear that somebody General Hospital for almost two the George following Anderson members Mrs. B.Mrs.O. If you are engaged in business under any name
stole all of Barbara Colley'sschool months, is gettng along "as wellas
BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR clothes from off the line can be expected" and would Perkins, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs.
LININfi BATTERIES last Thursday night including11r.appreciate hearing from fiends. I. E. Clark, Mrs. C. J. Powell, Mrs.L. '
FENDER SALES pretty blouses and skirts .. Hear that Helen (Adkins) O. Hazer., Mrs. A. E. McKinney other than your own and have not had this name
ELECTRICALBODY
AND ALL ,
REPAIRS of Mrs. J. T. Smith, Mrs. R A. New-
hope we're not in for another Richard, former manager: of the
WORK SERVICE SERVICE those line-stealing seiges as last Starke Western Union was the some Miss Ava Lee Edwards, and

year hear that Barbara Pearceis "center of attraction" oa the recent three visitors. Miss Connie Knight advertised and registered we wiflbeglad
Mrs. C. T. Wade, and Mrs. Gilbert properly
Complete Lubrication Service moving out of her big house on trophy-winning float enteredby Goldwire. .
W. Madison street today and is the Arcadia Junior Woman's

moving into her smaller house on Club at the DeSoto County Fair
DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS the corner of South and Bay Sts. The girls made the float them NOTICE I to give you all necessary Information as to

Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks have you seen the beautifulnew selves and a picture of it was I on Monday,
Beginning
metal boat skimming alongon featured en the cover of the I
We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs Crosby lake? the proud I Western Union's national magazine A. I., May 9, 1955

owners are Tom and Dick Smith "Telegraph News" for April All Hair Cuts Will Be what should do.BRADFORD

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. and JoAnn Rowe its really a i The girls made the float them- $1.00 you .

honey hear the Paulks are distressed :selves, so naturally they are quite Shaves 75c
because Hazel mistakenly proud Helen has been manager
600 Temple Ave. =g3py lU Phone 69 killed ther! pet king snake t'other i of WU in Arcadia for two years SIGNED
Three Friends Barber Shop COUNTY TELEGRAPH
day thinking it was a moccassin and ig recording sec). of the
YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER coiled up on the pier they have :Junior Club there Bradford Barber Shop
been letting the king snake have I Seems to be all for now .. See City Barber Shop
'
the run of the yard because he you in the next Gus Wynn Barber Shop
chased off moccasins, but the king -carolyn





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C ssrssrrs SSSSSrrStrs SSSs.-pssr s Sr rrsrsssssrpC'IN Mrs. Lowell Mathews was host- Sgt. Carlisle Is Given Plaque ,'Circle \VSCS Sec. ?'. T. 7 S. R. C! E. springs; with a It in.'h douliie-
to1 the
ess
Keystone Heights Name in which assessed: Tyden life arm-type hoist installed witha
bridge-luncheon club Wednesdaywith I Yarn. steel flat platform dump bodt
--- Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS All of said property being in the of not less than 12:! feet by (' ;
two tables. : -I IIi County )f Bradford. State of Flori- inches' Tires-dual $00 x %0. 1/ i
Airs. Steve Weldon, son, Jimmy, I will meet Monday night in the da.Ln1r's ply on rear and *:J5 x 20; 10II lv' :
such certificate or certi on front.Delivery :
and daughter, Martha, went to _; Recreation Building at S o'clock i ficates shall be redeemed according date to be 30 dais 'i
Winter Park to 1I1 to law the property described in less from acceptance d.tr i..f1- >::11 I
Tuesday visit :Mrs. ,
V [with Mrs. Henry Godwin and :Mrs.: such certificate or certificates will A 194 Chevrolet dump truck :
Weldon's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. D. [Bill Thompson as hostesses.OTIfK 1 1I be sold to the highest bidder at the to be traded in on the pur>'hase m !
THE NEWS ._ R. Shaffer. Mr. Shaffer suffereda __ court house door on the first :Monday the new truck, and can be ren in 'I
I in month of June, 1S55 which contacting Charles, Darby. ,':..rh.. I
light stroke. is the 6 day of June. 195 .
recently.Mrs. \ INTENTION', TO This truck to be fmancrd, unli-
-- Dated this 2 day of May. 1955. out interest; down-payment to !t..-
W. A. Stern and REGISTER FICTITIOl NAME .
I daughter, I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles
II Notice b hereby given that the I A. Darby the trade-in allowance on the I'.Mo "
Mrs. F. L. Watterson and Mr. Ray Craven, food consultantwith 1 I Miss Louise Stem, Nancy Bates J undersigned, under the provisions of I[Clerk County of, Florida.Circuit Court of Bradford dump truck. the balance in 12 iu.il
I I Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida Acts 5,6 It 5-2? installments. beginning on the 10 h
and Gail Duke
and Mrs. J. C. Sapp were visiting the Winter's Frozen Food attended the Piano of 1941 will register with the Clerk day of owmber.D... 1S55
George Huggins In St. Vincent's Center, Jacksonville, is here with Festival at the Swisher gymnasium of the Circuit Court In and for I SEALED CI.I. FOR ln The Board of County Comtim-

Hospital Saturday night. his wife and children from St. in Jacksonville Monday evening.Mr. r- him upon Bradford receipt County.of proof State of of publication }Florida: I 9:30 AM.: June BIDS 6.will A.D.he taken 1S55. from for "any donors and reserve all bids.the right to ivjr. t

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Petersburg, staying with his wife's and Mrs. L. H. Gibson and __ __ of this notice, the fictitiousname Commissioners furnishing to the of Bradford Hoard of County.County FMAKD MISSIOXERS OF COUNTY OF IfHADFOKl'COUNTY. COM-

spent last week with Mrs. Nollman's mother, Mrs. John Thomas, who Mrs. Gibson's parents Mr. and Mrs.A. V 'Storage of under R. B. which Alvarez I am Transfer engaged& 'Florida: I FLOItIDAOFFtCtALSI.U.

lives a few miles north of Starke. J. Peterson of McComb, HL in business in the .Ferryman L'uild- One 2-ton truck withspeed I .) Charles A. farl>
sister, Mrs. C. W. Denny at axle, of not less than 135 H. P.. Clerk of said Board.
ing. S. Court St., Starke. Fla.
Shellman's Bluff, Ga, and also The Cravens plan to locate here in spent Sunday visiting the Jack- I U. B. Alvarez, sole owner. Box with heat-duty front and rear :t :i 1.:

visited in Asheville and Highlands Bradford County. sonville Zoo, St. Augustine and 775. Starke. Fla.
Dated this 6th day of May A.D.
N. C. and in Atlanta, Ca. T. Sgt. and Mrs. James Cassett Marineland. The occasion was in 1955 at Starke, Bradford County. I II That's Our Business

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turner of of Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Ken celebration of Mrs. Gbson's and V Florida. 5H 527IB a i ss

Dorchester S. C. spent the first of neth -Witt and son, David, of Co- her parents' birthdays which fall i If It's Glass We Have It!
.
Circuit (VUU.(, Bradford ( ,
'ellat"i
the week with. Mr. and Mrs. Sam lumbiana, Ohio are guests of Mrs. in May. The Petersons left for i Florida I. Chumerrj.Lessie : 4 1 CALL WRITE or VISIT

Anderson. Pate Gassett. their home on Tuesday after a May Williams Plaintiff, VH. i

M. Sgt. Jackson D. Smith retired Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Parker and twoweek'isit here. ,I Walter Williams, Defendant.Case No. 1U-978 I V Joe Peters Glass Co.
DOXT FORGET Lions Club Order Of Pabliratloa And A el ire Te
Lancaster Calif.
sons of spent the
from the last
Army Saturday TALENT SHOW Appears Slate Of Florida Tot
after 21 years of service and is first of the week with Mr. Parker's tonight (Friday) Walter L. Williams, whose residence FOR ANY GLASS NEED
8 o'clock BUS bUdium. Adm. 50 and address is: Unknown I
now with his wife and daughter sister Mrs. Tommy Mersereau and and 25 cents. You are required to appear on t% We Design Modern Store Fronts

Carol at the home of Mrs. Smith's I Mr. Mersereau.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oliver of i Sst. Carlisle served in World War H and his decorations include Court June 6 and, 1955 cause, in, the herein above plaintiff named # Just Mail Us A Pattern for

mother, Mrs. Laura Tison. Sgt. and Mrs. Herbert Green and JaCkSonville visited Mr. and Mrs.I,I Creed plaque from Lt. Gen. Thomas W Herren, commanding general seeks divorce. o Table Tops
Smith had served in Korea and his baby were in Jacksonville on Mon-, of the First Army, after being selected Soldier of I Bradtora countytelegraph shall
;J. C. Sapp Sunday afternoon. the Month for the publish this Order In next tour : 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2- 353
last station was Ft. Benning, Ga. day.Miss I Mrs. May Hawkins of Waldo and Army Security Agency Training Center at Port De\ens, Mass. A weekly issues. !

Mrs. Merrill Edwards spent Wed- Dolores :McKnight Maureen was the her son, Paul, who recently returned supply clerk in Headquarters Company at the center, Sgt. Carlisle I at Witness Starke. my Florida hand, this and May official 4. 1955.real i >'.;::-.,: :;; J:2:: : ,:'; of.;'<...., w::::...:_..t ..;-- .,,;;;i, ::. ;:..;::.::__, ,
nesday with her sister, Mrs. James weekend guest of Mrs. from Korea, were dinner I was selected for his soldierly appearance, knon ledge of duties, and I vOF IC1AL SEAM: Charles A. U
Kinchen. Holly in Gainesville. guests.Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. I military courtesy. He Is the son of Mrs. Uuth Carlisle of Starke. I i By Marian L. As Crosby.Clerk Deputy of said Clerk Court I It

. . . . . . ., I A A 4 4 4 A A A A A A A A A A A AAAAAAA Titus Olson. Sgt. Carlisle entered the Army in 1933; antI his decorations include Zai-h H Douglas. 505 Lynch Build t
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Jacksonville\ Florida SECOND
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ing. !:
t : Beth and Pam Jones of Lak'jCity ;" the Distinguished Fljlng Cross, theIr Medal with three oak leaf Attysfor I'lf. 5.11 4t ;;; 27.NOTICE. -
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY spent the weekend with their -
clusters, and the Europcun-African Middle Eastern Campaign MedaL \
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. TO APPEAR
LOVEBRIGHTDIAMOND Quick. "jfn Circuit Court Bradford County,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and iFloridni In Chancery.
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller 'Eleanor Santmyer. 1'laintiff, v>.
entertained at a family get-to- baby of Jacksonville spent Sundayand {Thomas Pontmyer, -fendaut. it i
HONOR ROLLFollowing Case No 1OI -""! it
gether and dinner party Sundayin Monday visiting their parents, I I Votlre To Appear t I
celebration of the second wed- Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Sr. and | To Thomas Santmyer who* res- I I
'idence is Poland, New York and address I
Mrs. J H. Fields.
Bridal Sets ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. is: Box 114 Poland. New ,
Don Ray Tilley of Jacksonville.Also SEE YOU at the Lions Club is the honor roll for York.
Bradford High School for the You are hereby notified that a
; TALENT SHOW tonight (Friday) fifth
: e Large Selection included in the party were I suit for I
Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin of the 8 o'clock, BUS stadium. Benefit period V, : lJlvorct"u..tody and condul of II

EACH DIAMOND CARRIES A GUARANTEED State Farm and Mr. and' Mrs. Sight Conservation program.Mr. 12th GradeT. ,i has minor been child filed against you In the I

BONDREASONABLY Bill Tilley of Starke and families. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher J. Alderman, Harold Beasley, 'above named Court and cause and

, PRICED John Mixon returned home last spent the past two weeks in Tal- Robert Humphries, Wendell Kelly, you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of

week from New Orleans where he lahassee visiting Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johns, Bud Lawson, Patty on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.

underwent an eye operation three Hank McCord and Rep. and Mrs.I Lawson, Barbara McComb, JoAnn I i rida. Frank Landrum. Starke. Flo-

JEWELRY weeks ago. Marvin Rowell.J. Rowe and Townsend Strickland !and file the original In the office of
WILLIAM'S
H. McIntosh and Jack Rear- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns
11th Grade
''or before the 6 day of June,
151 W. Call St. Phone 375 and Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner don of Kingstree, S. C. are guests I Pearson Cox Lamar Clough, 1955; otherwise the allegations of
:
this week of Eustis McKnight i said Complaint will be taken at ,
attended the President's Ball at I '
Starke, Fla. V Judy Ellington, Bobby Ferguson confessed by you.
the Country Club in Tallahassee while fishing in this area. Shirley Green Rose Gregory, This notice shall ba publishedonce

TTTWfTTTVVYTTYVYYVTTYTYTTTVTYTTTYTYYTVTTVYTYTTVDedicated Thursday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. Katherine Harrell, Jackie Hobbs, weeks each week In the for Bradford four consecutive County We Have A Good Supply of Second-Hand Hampers That j jHave

,. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and' and family of Tampa spent the William Home, Katheryn Johns. Telegraph. 1
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,. weekend with the Dated thl 4 day of May, 1955 Been Graded and Rewired. We Also Have New ,
--.- --.... daughter Sandra, of Falls Church, senior Flynns.: I'I Linda Johns Sandra Johns, Babs (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Va. will arrive Sunday for a tenday Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin hadas i Lance, Ruth Lee, Barbara Mat- Clerk of the Circuit Court Lids For These Hampers At A Small Additional Charge
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. L. By Mav'an I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk t
visit with Mrs. Stith's mother chett, Josie Maze Irene Metzger 5-6; 4t 5/27
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. B. Cowart of Wauchula and son, Jan Mundorff, Barbara Norman.

DOXT FORGET Lions Club :Charles Ray Cowart, of the U. of j Jane Richarde, Wickie Rimert, .NOTICK OF ,-\PPI.IC'TJO'FOIl
TALENT SHOW F., and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Coker TAX UKKIiHouMe WE STOCK
tonight (Friday) Eulie Rushton, Joyce Scholl, Joanne Hill \... 1862:
8 o'clock BUS stadium. Adm. 50 and son. Tommy, of Jacksonville.Mrs. I Slade Ona Stern and, Xotice is hereby given that '
To Community Service and 25 rents. P. J. Quattlebaum, Miss i Elizabeth Tatum. I Ernestine Denmark. the holder of NEW HAMPERS BUSHEL BASKETS'
the following certificates has filedsaid
"Movie* Are Better Than Ever Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark spent Clara Leaman, Mrs. Herbert 10th Grade certificates for a tax deed to
the weekend in Jacksonville with Thomas and Mrs. Mattie Gahagan 1 be issued thereon. The certificate CORN CRATES FRINGES
I Bill Alderman, Maxine Andrews, numbers and years of iiF.uance. the -
If find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad attended the all day District 3
you your name Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and Nancy Bates Marvin Brown description of the property and the

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Kurtz. '|Auxiliary meeting at Holy Trinity .Marilyn Cox, Alice Dodd, Virginia, as names follows in which: is was assessed are LINERS EGG PLANT

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and !Episcopal Church in Gainesvilleon Green Certificate ,"0. 5.
Sat. : 6 7 I Emojean Hall Tom Long Year of Issuance 1953.
-May I Wednesday of last week.
f Sun., :Mon. and Tues. daughter, Pam, of Jacksonville Betty Jo Starling, Billy Torode, Description of Property: WRAPS-
DOUBLE FEATURE May 8. 9, 10 risked Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner j. Mrs. J. A. Griffin, chairman of Lucile McCullough, Johnny Me- NVi of SWi, of SEU Ex.-rpt Uy.
judges at the Garden Club Flower
on Sunday. Ghee Wayne Mundorff, Clair Jean
Man From Mrs. Nelma Keen has returned Show was hostess to the judges,
Oklahoma
Mundy. Bobbie Jean" Oakes, Fritz
r.= &Sfymat11it home after several weeks' visit Mrs. Herman Hafele, Mrs. S. R. MAKEBROWNLEE
Pellum, Jackie Prevatt, and Kay I II
---- with her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Stuart and Mrs. George R. Pearson -I Rowland.

Byrd and family in San Diego j all of Jacksonville, at luncheon -

{ Calif. Mrs. Keen also visited at the Gold House on Sat...' '1 9th Grade & CHASTEEN

I friends and relatives in other urday, Apr. 23. Patricia Alvarez. Lavora Capps. '

,- parts of California while there.E. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thompkinsof Philip Clark, Virginia Darby,

T I .r. .". L. Langston of Olanta, S. C. Coleman were Sunday guestsof :Thomas Dyal. Gerald Gibson Mike

_ t is spending several months \\ith'his Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Goldwire, Pat Hobbs, Reason Your Headquarters (or ALL Your Packing Needs

fQVBRm&SffSawfc daughter, Mrs. Eustis Mc- Mrs. Bertha Fuller left Wednesday Kirkland Gerald Norman, Patricia

Knight, and family.Mr. for Jay, Okla. for an indefinite Pellum, Burge Searing, and Milton ,:-,;;. _" -/'_ .: .:_>: .<: ._ '_ <: __"__ :.::: ;":.;;'""_';;-7.. : :, ;;:..... ;;,
I and Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. I visit with her mother, Mrs. ;Starnes. 1td'AHcaO1NS ,
\ o"j* _..u. N. J. Thatcher, who recently hada ,
.... \ leave for Miami Saturday to spenda
I WA.rA 8th Grade INDIA, FltDS OH ThV& .v.v.CHECKERBOARD
stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Fuller .
week with their children, Mr. .
j .. UU\U\\ Baibara Bates. :Sandra: Carmichael AMT$ AND 'flR4tTt*. 1'
I ______, _._. ______-_ and Mrs. W. G. Haile" Jr., and Mr. will also visit her sister, Mrs. wmi
rts URSL
I Angela Elder. Marion Hall,
Plus No Its, And's or But's" and Mrs. Jack Haile and families.Mr. .' Grace Poplin, and other relatives Charlene Hardy Patsy Nichols, CLAWS IT V5OLE i$1 vde,_ /jVS

I Cartoon and \1"ta"blon Visits and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of J while there. TO BREAK INTO
Rhodia Hines Jim Hobbs, Patricia
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins of
I Ovieda and Miss Gloria Johns of
Mexico Short In Cin.una.scope STRONG ANT
Humphries. Helen Kelly VernaLO"e NEWSBy
I Tins Laictt World News Jacksonville were weekend guests Tallahassee were overnight guests k HILLS.Th .
Brenda Martin. Maurice
of Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
AndMonsters
Jim Chasteen
Overstreet, George Patten, Eliza
Darby and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Sunday Kite. V
:MUS.\ NATE DANKEL I Middleton Mrs. beth Prevatt. Franklin Ritch, Jim-, :" BfLLJXGTON STUDIO
From guests also included Hugh : Miss Madge ,
Corn of Pasadena, my Ritch, Sandra Rowe, Ronald AXD GIFT SHP.V U well BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
Griffin of Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Marguerite _
Ocean Floor Wed. Taur.-:May 11. 12 Aquilla Williams, of Alachua. Mrs. Calif.. and Mr. and Mrs. Art Coe Stern. Glen Tomlinson, and Robert equipped to supply your 10th & Cherry Sh. Starke, Ho.

S.--- 20th C&nI.,; .Foa". ...,. Griffin returned to Jacksonvillewith of Jacksonville spent Sunday at Whitehead. Mather's Day present needs.

With All Star Cast W DQUSW SEW DUYI'WElT iw Miss Johns for few Daytona Beach. 7th Grade Here you'll find stunning
a days'
1'lusLumber Jack Uabblt" Car I One of the best things we get eted a fraction over 99 per cent
SEE YOU at the. Lions Club jewelry to thrill a loved one
toon and Chap. No. 5 Serial visit with Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Robbie Capps Kathleen Conway., out of serving folks is the knowlof all ducks put down, another
TALENT SHOW tonight (Friday) Hallmark card for the
. Mendoza.Mr. Larry Elder, Virginia Erwin, Hank a
edge that Purina Products will record. The Farm also has the
and ,Mrs. H. J. Waters and S o'clock. BUS stadium. Benefit Graham, Tom Jackson, Janis Jarvis special occasion. Select your produce money-making results' best record for egg production

JAMES GROOVER -a Donna Dee Faxon were visiting Sight Conservation program. Fredia Kimbler. Betty Ann gifts! and cards, today we when fed according to the Purina and number of poults hen
per
in High Springs and Alachua Mrs. Bertha Pearce was in Win- Lewis: Brenda Lewis. Ida Mc- known> can please.STUDIO Plan. ever reported on turkeys.

MIDNIGHT SHOW Sunday afternoon.Mr. [ter Haven recently visiting her AHley. Spanky McLendon. Marv

and Mrs. V. W. Strickland brother, B. Haynes, who has been Noegel, Carolyn Norton Patricia

Saturday :May 7UNCHAINED and son, ill. e Range ManagementTips
Flu "nayboard Jt Carrier" Danny, visited relativesin Plummet Perman Roberts Linda

2 Keel Waycross. Ga. last weekend. Harvey Maddrix of Greenville, Sale Jack Seivert. Bobby Sllannon. -

I Plus Latest World Special News Mike Guertin of Springfield. S. C. spent the weekend.with his Plo Slade. Sara In Sprow. AND GIFT SHOP Tips

Mass is visiting his brother Ray grandmother, Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Warvev Tanner. Harold Tvus. 4t $'
Giving chicks
Mrs. Sauls will attend the weddingof I a good start during -
d Guertin. Mr. Marv
and Mrs. F. D. Walnwriffht ,
Barbara
-N. "' _:r ._ : ._ _ .. ------c. -; : : and Key her grandson to Margie Ann Ward. ,- the first few weeks is im
the two Mr. Guertins visited Martha Weldon. Randall Wilcox.
portant. Pullet
I
points of interest in Florida on .Schorr in Plant City Saturday ind Frank Williams. I development and
management during the
Sunday.Mr. afternoon. growing
I I period are also imDortant. ___. HAFMr. _.-.
and Mrs. R. O. Dansbyand Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley u u
This
See are some helpful hints.
family visited Mr. and :Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. McAliley spent J. B. White has ruined 41 1. Move
pallets to
R. J. Andrews in Westconnett Sun- Tuesday afternoon in Gainesvillewith range when
head of baby pigs. He started 6 to 8 weeks old
SPECIAL day afternoon. Rev. McAliley's sister, Mrs. these pigs off on Purina's Baby mitting.Pig weather per.

1StS .- M. L. Kokomoor and new baby THANKSFOlKSon Chow fed the. five. litters 2. Provide at least
.; : h son, Henry Albert, who was born 250 lbs. (5-50 lb. sacks one acre of
per
FREE OFFER I Apr. 26 in Alachua General Hos litter), and it naturally made liteta.good. pasture for each 100 pull.

I pita tie hogs out of them. He cas3.. Provide one 10x12'

TODAY! Mrs. J. M. Luke of St Augustine trated last week (Age, 5 weeks) shelter per 100 pullets. range

( NTORACE) and Sewanee, Tenn. will be this, our First Anniversary, we and we went out at that time and 4. Provide 5 to 8 inches of roost

the weekend guest of Rev. and weighed his pigs. The !average space for each pullet,

Mrs. R. E. MacBlain. I wish to thank our many friends and was 26 Ibs. per pig. Now'Jet me on breed. depending

Art Runyan of Baltimore Md. ask you hog-men who aren't on 5. Provide 3
inches
of
AUTOMATIC I was the weekend guest of Bruce the Purina program, "JIave yon feeder
IRONWith Mathews' customers for their business space per pullet
Mathews at the Garl ever had pigs 5 weeks old that 6. Provide two 3-5 gal. founts
home on Church street would 26 Ibs.?" Did per
average you 100
It has been pleasure to have served pullets.
Fa..ic.l1t'at Selector Pial-Smooih Cool Plastic Handle. LOCAL OR LONGDISTANCE Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez drove a know that pigs started on Baby 7. Range shelters, feed hoppers,
to take Pig Chow weight 10 Ibs. heavier
Jacksonville Sunday
Has tight and Left Thumb to water founts should
Rests Retails for $8.73 be moved
back to you in your plumbing and heating at and that
their daughter, Sylvia weaning you can cut often enough to prevent concen.
!ones Business College after she their trip to market BY TWO tration of

PLUS S SAFE spent the weekend here. needs .We have tried to give WEEKS. If you'd like to raise range grasses droppings and ,may which cause kill

Mr. aid Mrs. N. J. Alvarez and | hogs like these, stop in and we'll disease spread.

li iL mil DEPENDABLE daughter, Rhetta of Perry were you the best in service and merchandise introduce you to the Purina 8. Clean and disinfect
mw& range
TABLE ECONOMICAL I weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. Plan for 1955. shelters before use each year

L. Alvarez at the lowest possible prices with Purina Insect Oil to con

Amerlc :'s finest 20o1 'roof Locking IV*lees Easy One- PHONE 311or Mrs. Alma Compton of Jack- 3 World's Records trol lice, mites and disease germs.

ILuul Cprahig and ri3'in Steady Top Big Kubber Feet sonville Beach was the weekend Your confidence in us will make us

Retails for $G.95 250-J guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Research often reduces chances HEALTH HINTSfor

Mundy Jr. at Kingsley Lake.. strive to serve you even better. record performance. Even If yon see bloody dropping ',

AND YOU GET FREE Agents For Mrs. M. F. Miles left Thursdayfor with this handicap the PurinaEefcearch a good indication your diicUns t i

DELCHER BROS. a week'sisit with her sister Farm at Gray Summit, have Cecal Coccidiosis.
If
Mrs. L. H. Goldsmith in Warner Missouri, is credited with at lea&t ""Jo
Ironing Board Pad and Cover Set Robbins, Ga. THANKS again 3 world records. start treatment immediately with
I Purina Sulfa-Nox. Ask for complete
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and One Is for pork production. The treatment' instructions. It's

R. B. ALVAREZ guests, Mr. and Mrs. Coy B. Ches- farm for four years sent to mara good idea to
Whit, Wsifle Knit! Pad get a supply of
ser and sons of Pompano Beach. TOMMIE and MAE MERSEREAU ket an average of 17 1-2 bogs per Solfa-Nox before jour birds get

Duraula Heavy liuty Drill Transfer and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Murray and year per each tOW and gilt kept sick, because quick treatment i I"

Cxner tlastis l""gTo 51 Storage Co. family and Mrs. Warren McGriff PLUMBING AND HEATING on the premises. For 3 consecutive your best assurance of success in
7ahle
Grip of Jacksonville enjoyed a picnic years the Farm has mark- controlling the disease.
lunch at Earlton Beach on Sunday.Mr. Cor. 7th and St. Chir Sts. Phone 4U-J

All 3 For Perryman Bldg. : and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and JIM CHASTEEN
s. :1 Starke, Fla.
Court St. Starke, Fla. family visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B.

I Woodham in Jacksonville Sunday .
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE' FLORIDA
FRIDAY MAY 6.. -1953 .

James CagneyIn a worldly-wise and hard-bitten fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I afternoon. weekend.Mr. i II This week the Williamses and
sheriff in "Run for Cover," the :Mrs. H. P. Gainey is visiting I
and Mrs. Gilbert visited Marsha and Nancy Green are
Gay
'Run For Cover'Coming rugged frontier story showing at SOIL CONSERVATIONN.E.W.S BROOKERBy I I relatives in Okeechobee. -: Clj'stal"River.
Mrs. Gerald .visiting at
Gay and
new son
To Florida the Florida Theatre Sunday Mrs. Beadie Connely of Circle Notice
Talla-I in the hospital at Starke .
through Tuesday. hassee spent the weekend Sunday.Mrs.
Polly Walt Jr. : The Young Circle 1 of
The screen's top tough guy, With Viveca Lindfors and John ', f I lrs. Mattie Sowell. I j Ethel Parrish of Palatka 1 People's

James Cagney, plays the part of Derek in supporting roles, the: By Bill Haas I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ.AAOur Arthur Kelly of Atlanta spent!'spent Saturday night with Mr. 'i!the Baptist WMU will hold its I
film tells the story of a man who I the weekend with his parents Mr.I and Mrs. G. A. Gay.Mr. social meeting at the home of
has
town been buz-
really
lets his guard down to befriend a'' U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION this week. The and Mrs. c. S. Kelly. I and Mrs. Alex Williams'Mrs. Ralph Nettles next Tuesday
zing buyers are
MONUMENTSLOWEST headstrong boy and finds him- Mrs. Elvia Padgett visited her'and Mrs. Dave Green spent a week night at S o'clock. All ladiesare i
at the market now and our young
crops
self faced with the bitterest decision SERVICE <', 'r. Ioor:* are beginning to come in. Here'sto parents in Winter Haven last i:touring South Florida recently. cordially invited.

PRICESI I of his life. JA .-, s a good year. ---- .

a man with a past, -
as
FINEST QUAUTYI faces Cagney the handicap of a reputa- Complete soil and water con-] every thing in general Felix pull- Guests of the L. L. Dyals Tues- I
servation farm plans were prepared ed off his shoes and put his feet day were the Truby Dyal familyof
No Extra ChargeFor tion wild he doesn't cowpoke deserve, .unsure Derek,of a for L. R. Green and J. S. up on a post and remarked, "it Gainesville.Mrs. Here's where !every truck user cashes InChip-

Setting In Or NearSTARKE his worth young or what drives him, Eunice Jr. Both farms are located' looks to me like that Giant Striata R. F. Gano visited in Keystone -
with that north of Lawtey on Highway 301. Crotolaria is one of the best Thursday of last week.
has to contend an injury
hobbles him and makes him feel I came up on Lee R. Green hoeingout grazing and cover crops I can Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano of St.

bitter and Inadequate. Inevitably, his corn. He stopped hoeingand plant on my place" Eldon, from Augustine spent the weekend with
bitter conflict develops betweenthe we. discussed a soil conservation his place on the swing, stated the R. F. Ganos. Little Cherry
/rYNI' a plan fcr his farm. Lee leanedon The Blue
.I two men.' that he planted Giant Striata Beth returned home with them.
1
his hoe handle and said, "You last year in his corn and it madea
is a Those attending the Parrish reunion -
.' Viveca Lindfors seen as know the more cover crops I use world of cover. "My soil is loose I IGMC.s
frontier woman whose quiet on my land the better it gets"J. and easy to work after turning at Little Springs Church
is severely tested by her were the G. E. Greens and daughter -
strength S. Eunice Jr. is using Sesbaniafor under that one "
cover ,
ATLANTIC MEMORIALS and her sense of crop says Linda, the A. L. Greens and
love for Cagney
a cover crop on his truck crop Eldon. Folks
ISTAIIISHED 1930 throughout the. coun- son, Joe, Mrs. Mary Green, the
duty to Derek. land. He stated that Sesbania ty are going to plant Hairy
Indigo.
T. W. Markeys, Mrs. Mattie Sow-
7)5) P01IST ST.JACKIONVItt This is the first outdoor production makes more cover than any land Giant Striata Crotalaria or Ses-
filmed in the newly developed ell, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, Mrs
!, HONDA builder he. knows of. Sesbania is bania when they lay by their corn.
VistaVlslon.HUNDREDS Amanda Lewis Jean Endicott, andR.
one of the better cover crops for
damper land and the seed is The Board of Supervisors at R. Carlton. .
more available this :year. J. S. is their last meeting decided to get Sandra Mott of Gainesville spent
managing his mother's place and up an order for "Signs of Time." the weekend with Joanne Wait.

he is planning to put in some So if you are interested in buyinga Winston Woodward, who has I Ii'

pasture. He plans to use Coastal sign you should contact one of been stationed in Puerto Rico for

Bermuda, Pangola and Pensacola the Supervisors. The sign will two years, visited the Waits on 1j1

Bahia for permanent pasture. I have the farm owner's name and his way home to Cassadage, N. -L:

Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Y. ?. aw I
of details are managed and economic- Eldon and Felix Sapp made requests trict in green and white.I Mrs. Ozena McAllister of Jack-

ally attended that only a trained and for soil and water conservation sonville was the dinner guest of

careful organization can attend when farm plans. Their land lines talked with George Hugginsthe Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey iron-

the urgent need for serving is at have been located and a requestfor other day. He tells me he is day.Mr.

hand a soil survey has been made. feeling fine and hopes to be up and Mrs. J. T. Taylor visited
We were sitting on Felix's front and around in a few weeks. Ber- her parents :Mr. and Mrs. Tom

porch discussing the dry weather, nice says she is going to keep him Edwards in Worthington Springslast
DeWITT C. JONESPhone different kinds of cover crops, and quiet for a long time week.T. .

7 Starke, Fla. W. Markey visited Turner
_-- Farmers Need I I I r.TTn.nyy.nyyy.TTTTTTSTATE Markey at High Springs Monday

Funeral Director Ambulance Service Social Security FARMBy .

Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience aM Card For BenefitsUncle
O The new generation of trucks-with over 500 improvements!
available.
service not otherwl
:Mrs. 0. E.
CrosbyMr.
Sam is ready to help
r.. .,1 1111 I II I 1111 I I prepare for old age but you have you .. .. ..... .AAA.. $ The most powerful engines in GMC history-plus 2 new VS'sl

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and to do your share, too, Bradford
and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyof 5 sizes of Truck Hydra-Mafic Drive to fit model
accept ANT life insurance policy in force, leaned by ANY County farmers are advised.To Jacksonville spent the weekend 9 any any (lobi

company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. be eligible for federal old-
.with Mr.
Tilley's parents, Mr. and O Sturdier frames and axles-bigger, stronger clutches!
age and survivors insurance,
Consultation carries no obligation. every Mrs. M. J. Collier.
.. farmer must a social security
II I II I J"Ob get !
card. This card carries a nine- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cogdill of 0 Boulevard styling-Panoramic windshield-airplane-type instruments I IStonlarlo j
Gainesville, were supper guests of
digit number that identifies each
person's account with Uncle Sam. Mr. Cogdill's sister and brother- : *many molils;optional ixtra etil os lomi cflftf, '
0 in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mc- 'may
All taxes paid are credited to theaimer's
Lendon Saturday night. ...
account according to his O av.
/ social security number. All pension Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Carlton of

,1 low! my '* benefits or insurance claimsare Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. X. a
+ eUtbwluxurk* settled according to the same Carlton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. "We're heading for a fish 4r jai
c now and tlIID. I i account. .W. R. Lindsey during the weekend. dinner at the Guidon Grill!"
e-- After all, It'.Imoney
Misses Linda and Hilda
I lived. Beginning last Jan. 1, all farmers Crews
spent the weekend For a really A
in
buying who make as much as $400 Lawtey visiting ,
relatives and friends. Tasty dish GIY IeV -.
SAFECO; profit a year have old-age and f
I n i Mrs. Carl Edwards and oft I Try an order
Automobile latunnce. survivors insurance protection, baby
." .Gainesville spent the weekend with Of our fish. '
provided they get a social security : .
card and pay the three per cent Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright Jr. u :,t ,wwra._" f..rK"ttB11II all Vahe

tax on their net earnings. Those IMrs. T. C. Edwards of Lawtey alSo -

// who have cards already from previous visited the Wainwrights.John GUIDON GRILLGeorge .

1Tr. employment should not get F. Crews of Monticello SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIACSOUTH
another one. The old card is still spent his vacation with his parents -
c s coe good. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews. Kopelousos, Owner
Regardless of price He enjoyed
fishing while
you
Farmers who do not have cards here. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE, FLA.
Judge and Mrs. Alex Yawn and Starke, Fla.
are advised to get an applicationblank
can't buy better than from the local post office, children were dinner guests of t:
State Employment Service, or;! Mrs. Yawn's parents Mr. and r Come see the new Blue Chip CMC's today!

SAFECO Auto Insurance Social Security .Office. Fill out Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. of
Spencer Crews -
the application and 'take it or
Auburndale spent .the weekend t
mall it to the nearest Social
.That's a big statement but we can back it up for you\ Security Office. The card will with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. /

I careful drivers. Why waste money that SAFECO saves be sent to you by an early mail S. Crews. They were accompa- gafer8WayALLNYLON y
nied home by Mrs. Crews who will t
[for others? Come in today and get the money-saving .Those who have lost their old
visit relatives few days.
a ..
cards from previous employment
\.SAFECO facts. We are very glad that Mrs. A. !
should fill out the same application -
H C WALL AGENCY blank and ask that re-issue R. Brunner has returned to her
home from the hospital in Lake
be sent to them.
Butler. She is doing nicely. I

I PHONE 146 9TTTTTTTTvyvTTTTTTTTTTTDAYLESS Mr. and Mrs. Seabe Rucker of

200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Jacksonville spent the weekend
with Mrs. Rucker's parents, Mr.
HIM\ and Mrs. J. M. Bradley.Mr. .
...-'DON'r OHM START SAVING THE SAFECO WAY of I II
"'[ : and Mrs. Lloyd Barry
I By Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Brooker were visiting Mr. and

Mrs. E. C. Long Sunday.We .
Mr. and Mrs. Lu-I
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly are receiving welcome t
cian Conner and son to the Farm.
congratulations on the: arrival DeLuxe
moved from Starke. SuperCushionsTriple
They recently
of a daughter born April 27

I in St. Vincent's Hospital. I

ifN' Miss Pansy Crosby attended the aiaz

McRae family reunion at Bushnell


IPtJWIR IIP Sunday.Mrs. H. c. Martin and :Mrs. Gor- by GOOOIiEARfeaturing.

don Jones canvassed the community -

1 1t last week collecting money for

the cancer fund. I IIIl hjl l lf "STOP-ACTION"

., WITH Mrs. William Crosby entertainedwith s e I i 1

a birthday party last Friday
night, honoring Larry and Cherry Traction/

,ptJWIR-J IA IAt anniversaries Crosby on their, respectively.12th and Mrs.10th

Crosby was assisted by Mrs. Essie 1'r SAW TEETH RIB EDGES

t Crosby in entertaining and serving f l

refreshments to the 25 little
t Ntfui\: guests. DEEP-CUT STOP-NOTCHES
:
1 The Homecoming and Sing at *
a
4pVERx Bayless Hiway Church was well dr lWe're FLEXIBLE CROSS-CUTS

\ let SY/U ry4b attended last Sunday.
up early and leave late
This is Youth Week at BaylessDon't .
ir to bring you the famous RCA 4
forget that Earl Holley is
speaking. Services as usual. Rev television set at a reason ONLY GOODYEAR HAS THIS TRIPLE -

H. C. Martin, pastor. able price. Trade at CIIAS. C. V..s COMBINATION FOR GREATER SAFETY I -

SHEPHERD and S.\n:. e.. With today's more powerful cars, you need more dependable \

vr.rn.Tntvny.ny'n.. 1. longer-lasting traction. To give you this extra traction,
Power-Primed with .. Goodyear has combined saw teeth rib edges with deep-cut

i -- Stop-Notches and Cross-Cuts.
PINE 1 LEVELby r
t 1
/ t More than 8,000 edges give you swifter, safer slops and
ROCKET FUEL : from and skids. On
S help protect you dangerous slips any
/I :Mrs. 11. M. McKae
i\ road this great new tire delivers a smooth, quiet ride

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;{ ; ONLY GOODYEAR HAS TRIPLE-
T '
We had 212 in Sunday School + i TEMPERED 3-T NYLON I

classes, and one new member was You get proved miracle strength in the new All-Nylon Cord

added to the church roll last Sun- s" t Tubeless DeLuxe Super-Cushion. Pound for pound, Nylon

day.The z t is stronger than steel -and Goodyear Nylon Cord Is triple-

McRae family reunion at t j- tempered by the exclusive 3-T process to produce an extra-

Dade Memorial Park near Bush- 4 1 tough airtight body. You get better blowout and puncture

nell was enjoyed by everyone pres- # protection, better performance, longer mileage.
ent. Uncle Duncan McRae is now
92 years old and moves around RCA Victor 17-Inch S !. This great new tread is also available in regular

like a man of 60. Trent. Lowest priced RCA i All-Nylon Cord Super-Cushion Tires with tubes. '

Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger, Mr. VIctor TV. Ccbmet 30% I TRADE TODAY-WE BUY ALL THE UNUSED MILEAGE .
and Mrs. Homer Skeen and daugh- smaller than prior models.
r IN YOUR PRESENT TIRES. Ride on these New
The AlewSuperTdsrnciw ter-in-law, Mrs. Richard Willis, Ebony finish. MatchingI 1111.
and children all of Jacksonville I Around" stand on GOODYEARS FOR AS LITTLE AS $1.25 A WEEK !

visited the Dave Paulks and the wheels! available!', extra... : PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
Model! 175450. "
POWER-X H. M McRaes Thursday of last
week. Jj j J W

Rev. W. E. Hall, accompanied by $159.9ss -

Mrs. Hall, conducted the funeral

T. C. HAZEN Jr. service for Lewis Handcock of I \ SERVICE STATION Iii

Bostwich on Tuesday of last week. ilsr I t GOODMAN'S

Then on the following day, Rev. i I P. SEEBER D, GOODMAN I
Hall was called to Green Cove to .e t / '
Supplier of Sinclair Products conduct the funeral of Mrs. Farris 1.1 I \ U. S. 301 at Sooth City Lfeuts0 I

Wilkerson an old-time friend.

PHONE 124 STARKE, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. J.Y.. ilcRae of ;._-
Yulee visited here Sunday. -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA
TODAY, MAY 6, 1855 PAGE SEVEN
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HINTS TO 'fresh greens will serve 4-5 hearty 'TTTTTTTTTTTYYTTTTTTTTTOHEILBRONN of his cropper or tenant and his, Lloyd Jacksonville Bass, Florida.303 Clark Building, Clerk of the Circuit Court i I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and 301 Restaurant: on I S. 301.
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
appetites. Social Security account number.If Attys. for Plf. _____ 4/15 4t 5/S 4/15 4t 5/SI I for Bradford County State of Flor- Albert and Ruby Dpenf1t'ld..
the cropper or tenant is a". I ida, upon receipt of proof of pub[owners same as abuse
HOUSEWIVESGARDEN
Greens and Bacon NOTICE TO APPEARI AOTICK OF IXTPATIOV TO !lication of this notice the fictitious Dated this 25th day of April:
Put into sauce pan about 1.4 self-einployed farmer who is not t, CltfBlt Court, Bradford Co..tr.Plorldai ItKGISTKK FICTITIOUS NAME 'name of Plaza Lodge under which A.D IS.,,5. Stark, Bradford County.
the IB we are engaged in busmen next tu 'la.. : 4t 5 2rt,
GREENSNow of salt subject to the direct control of Ckaaerrr. Notice i* hereby given that the 4.29
pound pork or unsliced ISy Mrs. Ancel NoruianAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Webster D. Walker, riantlff, vs. undersigned, under the provision
Js the time, to put to use smoked bacon. Add 2 cups water landowner, he must make out a Pearl Walker, Defendant. of Chapter J0.95S Laws of Florida
the bountiful supply of vegetables.It and boil while washing greens. Social Security report once a year To Case No. 10956Netlee Acts of 1941!! will register with the i
AppmrtTo
has been said that the real test Look over greens carefully, wash E. S. Sapp, T. N. Norman, Mr.: himself. He must pay taxes if his : Pearl Walker; whose residence -I Meet Me AtStrickland's
of cook is not in how well profit is $too or more and should and address is: Unknown.
a good through at least 3 waters. Put on and Mrs. J. c. Sapp, and Mr. and You are hereby notified that a
she bakes a cake or pie, but how find out what regulations apply in
top of boiling meat and cover Mrs. Bill Haas visited County suit for PEST CONTROL
she serves her vegetables! tightly. Reduce heat and cook Agent G T. Huggins in St. Vincent's -his case. Divorcehas
He will need Social been filed against you In .he
There are some important steps until tender. Add salt as needed. Hospital last week. a Securitycard above named Court and cause' and TERMITESALL LandingON !
which make you a success at vege- Take up in serving dish, leavingpot Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and I Mr. Alleger points out, and you are required to serve a copy of I .
TirES OF
the place to obtain a card and in- your answer or pleading to the
table cookery. Always use just liquor in sauce pan. Slice children of Jacksonville were I complaint on the Plalitiffs
enough water to keep the vegetables bacon and serve with greens. The weekend guests of relatives here. Security formation office.is at the nearest Social Florida Attorney, E. K. Perryman, Starke Household CommercialGROAT ,. KINGSLEY LAKE

I from sticking while cooking. pot liquor is a favorite in many Mr. and Mrs. David Plunkett of The first Social ind file the original In the office ol : SPRAYINGCall
I Cover to speed cooking, or use a families to drink or serve as a Dover visited the Ancel Normansand Secunty pay- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on for estimate
ments will be due early in 1956. or before the 16 of 1955
day May I
I( ;
sauce to shorten time soup over crumbled cornbread
pressure pan Mrs. Florence Johnson last
otherwise
Control
If either the landowner or his ten- the allegations of salo Florida Pest
even more. Be careful not to over- Turnip Grt't'n'iith Dumplings I weekend. Complaint will be taken as confessed
ant or is uncertain to ..
cropper as -by yo
rook. Vegetables should be tender, Prepare and cook as above. :Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Haas took his responsibility, he should consult This notice shall be publishedonce & Chemical Co. ,
never cooked to death. Season sim- When greens are almost done, Mrs. Haas' mother back to Orlando each week for four consecutive 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6033 I
\ the nearest Internal Revenueor weeks In the
Bradford County Tele
ply and serve hot. Save vegetable make dumplings by mixing to- Sunday after she had spent a week Social Security office.HIGHLAND. graph. Gainesville, Fla. I
"pot liquor" for use in soup, meatloaf gether 1 cup cornmeal, 1 teaspoonsalt with them. I Dated this 11 day of April 19;;" I t .a.

f gravies, pot pies and the 1-" teaspoon soda, 1.2 cup :Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman and '............... ....... I. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

like. I buttermilk and 1-2 cup cold water.It son Gerald attended the McRae ; .,-_-:' -':_,> '.:::-' _:"- ; .;-'- -' ;- .:. ._'----",:-> ,;:'::,; ,_:. :: : r.
: Right now turnip and mustard will be a stiff dough. Roll with family reunion at Bushnell Sun- \

greens are in abundance. They are hands into small balls. Drop on day.Mr. I
seen at all retail stores fresh and top of greens. Cover and cook 15 and Mrs. Ancel Norman and

waiting for you to purchase, or minutes. To serve, remove dump-)mother, Mrs. Florence Johnson,I fly Sirs. Lacy NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA FARMERS SUPPLY

waiting in your garden. If you lings to serving dish and add were shopping in Jacksonville

haven't treated your family to cup of liquor. Dish greens up 11 Wednesday of last week. .iI I

fresh greens recently, do it this serve separately. Serves 4 to 5. Rev. :Milton Dukes left Mondayfor I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and, A. R. JOHNSON

very day. Besides giving variety, You are really in for some good a visit to Charleston, S. C.Mr. children of Green Cove Springswere

flavor and eating enjoyment they eating with these old favorites. and :Mrs. Earl Chesser en- visiting Mrs. Sapps parents,i

are loaded with vitamin A and And they make company dinner tertained with an outdoor party Mrs and Mrs Lacey Norman. I FEEDS

also are a fair source of vitamin special because few folks know Friday before leaving for their :Miss Jannette Griffis of Jack- __

C even when cooked (but not I'and use greens today as in the new home at the State Farm Sat- sonville spent the weekend with ; (7

1 overdone), One large bunch of I past' I,urday. After the youngsters had her mother, Callie Griffis.On GROCERIES !
I enjoyed a number of games, they the sick list this week are,I
__
I I were The served Kenneth refreshments.Normans and the I I and Frances Bobby Norman Austin, who Mr has Converse an infected -, V/ ; ;,->, __

Ancel Normans enjoyed a fish fry j I foot. :I FERTILIZERS : _

II on Santa Fe River last Saturday. Happy birthday to Ona Hardee.:

Mr and Mrs. Eston Brown of j Miss Evelyn Norman of Jack-.
I I Starke visited their son-in-law and sonville spent the weekend with

a daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp,"her parents, the L. M. Normans. I First Aid Feed" \

Sunday. Other guests of the Sapps Don't forget church and Sunday tt
r 1,
't ; were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oliverof I School.

I :lPt'L Jacksonville. |I r- ., -- RED RDSB'

a ro :Mrs.V.. C. Clemons Sr. is visiting ........TfT4TTPtrtflPYltttr 1 FOR AN

her daughter, Mrs. Melba Man-I
i T C Feed
hattan I! LONG BRANCH ,,.,
J JI Here is the Honor Roll for the;I: : .... Red Rose TC Feed is the get j Evening of Fun and RelaxationFor

Fifth Period at Heiltronn School; I I .. __ \ well, feed that guards against
hy Mrs. i. L. StricklandIda
1st Grade Clara Dean Clark; 2nd: disease at the first danger
signs! A special, short-tain
I Grade, Linda Clemons; 4th Grade. u.. .........& ....A. ". 1 diet, TC goes to work immediately The Family
I
: Lynn White and. Patsy Forsyth; I with antibiotics, min
'
\
4wEa
Manning is home from the ,
'L I I
5th Grade. Sandra Solano, Nettie .!\ erals and vitamins to increase
x hospital and getting along nicely. .1 appetites and maintain body
Sweat, and Joe Sapp; 7th Grade Letha Bell Wellhausen is ex- j vigor until animals throw off HATIIINC BOATING FISHING BOWLING;
Jean Hiatt. and Charlene Cowart. J infection.
pected home from the hospitalthis 1 i Feed Red ROM TC at the PICNIC GROUNDS: REAL HICKORY BARBECUE
week. first sign of disease,and.heni -
\
FARM TENANTS TOLD :
ri. Homecoming services will be I eVE'l'ap't'titala< IT'S WELL TO CHECKON slumps. Red Rose TC Feed
held at Long Branch this Sunday, j "first aid"
SOCUL SECURITY _.._ gives your poultry
and the Associational Sing will from the feed sack. To
ow Catering Church and School Groups
I 3 an ,f"f Are you a share-tenant or a be held the same day. There will

sharecropper or a landowner be no Sunday School, but preach-. Phone 5M' Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts. PHONE 696JNew

operating with a tenant or cropper ing will begin at 11 a. m. I

? If you are, you'll probablybe A musical entertainment will beheld I .

tlp fa affected by the 1954 amend- at the Clay Hill school Friday j I

ments to the Social Security law, night at 7:30 o'clock. Refreshments

according to D. E. Alleger, asso- will be on sale by the PTA, j i
ciate economist with the Florida sponsors of the event. ;" :y,,:.. I e a axQp y x,..
\ :
Agricultural Experiment Stations.In Sunday morning Bob Barnett i t' : :,:,y> 4' ,

some cases, the, responsibilityfor of Gideons International of Chicago '.'> ;;?, ,," sy '! ,aI M e

reporting 1955 Social Security Ill. spoke at the morning I I > .'" .' ".: -' I
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taxes falls upon the tenant or service, giving a history of this)I 4 ,&e-
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cropper, and in others upon the organization that has distributed ::: "Jo "y

I've got my eye on you, Dad! Remember, 1 landowner. It depends upon the millions of Bibles throughout the I : : =I := .tq y.
interpretation of whether the ten- world. V-e--'V ;Af.w
that piggy bank have in hand is for
you your """" "" "" "
ant or cropper is a i
In Circuit Court. Bradford County 1rJ .
c arrangement I
farmer under his cropping
putting money in for my future! Florida! In fhanrrrf. ; ,x "A _
whether he works Plaintiff, _
or Mattie Ann McLaln vs. : a s V
under the direct control of the John T. McLain, Defendant a f :
.L
P Case No. 10-953 i i
landowner.The Order Of Publl..ntlonnd Notice To
OPEN SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AT OUR BANK FOR
economist notes that if the Appears Slate of Florida Tot
,
John T. McLaln. whose residenceand
tenant is to direct address Is Unknown.You --
YOUR YOUNGSTERS, AND DEPOSIT REGULARLY! cropper or subject : 1
to on ,
are required appear
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the landowner, he
control
I by :May 16, 1955 in the above named
will generally be considered an em- Court and cause wherein plaintiff u,
seeks divorce and restoration ot.
ployee for Social Security pur- maiden name.Bradford .
poses. If in a year he receives County Telegraph shall
publish this Order in next four J kT
rash pay amounting to $100) or weekly Issues.
more as an employee the land- Witness my hand and official seal
FLORIDA BANK STARK at Starke, Florida, this April 9. 1935.: r
is responsible for deducting
owner (OFFICIALSEAL) Charles A. Darby'
rr.rw 2 percent of the cash pay. To As Clerk of said Court. ,/

Member Florida National Group this the landowner must add a Dy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ClerkLoans ,,/, ,. ; : I
:r ,
similar amount of his own. sending e2ZQ52 : ., .
I'
!
f&t ". ,
the combined amount to the .:::::?:",./> ,,. ...., ,' ,.;,,, ->;'a"'L' I
nistrict Director of Internal Rev ;
I ; I
Dodge; Custom Royal lancer glamorous "hardto .
enue. Also he must list the name 1
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY ,I What's all this talk V'a




For Reliable, Dependable Service and Merchandise "Price Class "


Shop These Starke Business Firms 1-

It gets to be a little confusIng-this talk about what In fact, the Dodge Coronet 4-door shown below actually

For CitizensOf 1 "price class" a car is in. This new Dodge is making a costs.less than some models in the lowest price class.

Starke And 1 clean sweep in erery price field! So let yourself go. Travel first class in the car that's

COMPLETE STOCK DRY CLEANINGWE HERB'S Trading Area Owners who are used to paying a thousand dollars more knocking "price class" into a cocked hat.

MOTOR PARTSFOR KING KONE I, for a car find that money can't buy more luxury, more

CALL FOR Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville|f I exciting features and beauty than in the dashing Custom The New

DRIVE-IN offers the people of Starke their| Royal Lancer shown above. It's up to 9 inches longer

GARAGES AND AND DELIVER famous loan plans. These plans are> { than competitive models costing more! I

FILLING STATIONSFor Phone 135 Package Milk Shakes designed to help worthy working j And owners of so-called "low-priced cars" are finding DODGEFlair'Fashioned

And people of alll walks of life. The that with all its and
Delivery I a new Dodge, dashing length flashing I

CALL 203 KING KONES "GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or I style, can be theirs for only a few dollars a month more
PAYDAY Loan the
50.00 more
or
NEW METHOD popular BUDGET Loan. This : than any of the small cars-up to 19 inches shorter and and Flashing Ahead I

STARKEMotor CLEANERS S DELICIOUS consolidates! the many bills! you''I far less exciting!
Parts Co. REFRESHING I
now have into a ONE payment
Temple Ave. Bob Green 315 Temple Ave. plan with One place to owe. This Check Your Car-Check Accidents I New Dodge Coronet 4-door sedan value buy of the year. fI

one plan may save you up to 50

per cent of what you are now
pa'ing.'b)' not call Marion
TESTED CONEY ISLAND BEST MEATIN Finance today at 5333 Gainesville'

HIGH SANDWICH SHOP yep? Call us collect and let
THICK WALL TOWN Marion Finance solve those! Money

FOREMOST ICE CREAM 9 J roblems! with one of those fast

CONCRETEBLOCKS AND MILK helpful Loans Remember the I II

Sandwiches Of All Kinds FULL LINE : payment plan is made to fit your

Open 8 a.m. 10:30 p.m. budgt-t. II
GROCERIESEDWARDS
ALL DAY SUNDAY II
I George Ellis the friendly managerat
Tenth Street
And Marion Finance welcomes you I
: II to inquire into the Loans offer by
I
IIEADYMIXEDCONCRETE vyyvynnmyy.n.y..mSchwinn Grocery & MarketPh. : this Loan Company Rememberalso

that this is another business I
Bicycles i
218 South Walnut st. ,
,transaction which is confidential. I
AM REPAIRING I
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is just between the borrower and
Phone 91 SAWS FILED I the Lender The cost is small. I I I II
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LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED I For instance $50.00 for SO days is i
,
I BRADFORDENGINEERING Simpson Bike ShopS. OPEN SUNDAY {only $1.75 Interest cost. Other! !'

CO. Walnut St. plans are in proportion So I I i iI
for your next money needs see I : I
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7:30 10:30 A.M. Marion Finance at Gane \ilfe. I

12:30 8:00 P.M. ,i t I II
I

24 Hour ServiceALL Marion Finance ,tf tI f

KINDS ALTO REPAIRS CAST IRON BRASS S FULL LINE OF Company Inc. I

,I WRECKER SERVICE CAST STEEL GROCERIESWEST i

Phone 9118 GUMBER'SWELDING I 218 West University Ave Hardy Brothers Motor Co. !

ENDGROCERY i Over The Gainesville Gaa Co.

THOMAS TRUCK SHOP I Phone 5333

TERMINAL Phone 348-J I DODGE PHONE 69 PLYMOUTH I

lit Mile South on 301 Cor. 10th & Thompson I'j I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGBAFH. STARKE, H/RIDA


.. .. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1955
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UY 50 ft. by 10 Lots 1 & 2 of Blk

I 1A ; I ft. CH 13 7 20 27 Howard W. Wait 4.5S 2 in Bradford
-: 4 of XI 11 5 21 iO L. C. Heights SID E. W.
demons lUjea .
20.!: 17 74
Lots
Et : All SWU of SWU 3, 4, 5, C&:
-- 1 I W of Rd. & X S 125 ft. of Lot 7,

536 ft. of :SWUi 8 of Blk 2 &
of SWU E of Rd. 1 Blk 3 in Eraa-
i 6 21 :s :J. WtllardAlrarei ford Hts. SID

mf ,,420 ft. Sq in XE n.1I_ Acme HomeBuilders
Cor ofE 4 Of W% of SEU of liu. 61.42
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run W 445 ft. S Lots 2. 3, 4 of Elk B. Mills 1422:

272.5 ft. for POD C in Blandlng
Cont S 4S6.2 ft. S/D
Doris Begue i : :2:
W 877.3 ft.
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.. ft. B 77.3 ft. to Front point of Int.
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; 1 21 19 Waldo IL Jones
ll.JS with W line of
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M\U of Lot 14 in :Z U. 'v. IL Edwards, Jr. n.u 22S.25 ft., ELY
SUNDAY AFTERNOON' DEDICATION CEREMONIES brought a I Woodlawn u.n ft. ELY
18 S U S Carlton G.WUliam3 .
alonga
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED large crowd of white and colored citizens to the new La\\tey Training I IE', Clf N W of 1.50 curve !4.10 RD ft.of to a

School first to be ST RD. SLY along
building completed in the rountjS current half SE'S 22
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22 12 ElIzabeth Prince RD 24S.03 ft., to
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
million dollar school construction program. Barten 5.51 i FOB ZS i 21 U. E. Tucker
of INk 23 In 'I Lots 1, 3 of BUt 1--7S4
Ky Ozora Johnson, Editor Lawtey W of RY 16 EX W 25 ft A=:
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committee can count it and give According to Nurse Snejlen the !Com at A PT 20 George P. Young 3.10 EXN 35 ft. of
Lot 1 in Orlg.
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you credit for same. April is ,incubation period of Polio is 10 of ST ST & Town of Starke Carl Ritch 8J 10

: Program you contributed were rewards obviated known as Cancer Fund Raising ; to 12 days, and persons could be W Lake Side Ave.of ST& ST on I Studstill Lot Find. X E: l.y by

For New Lan tey SchoolA .i in this very fine program. month. Calling all Cancer Committee 'given the shot that are already in- r & run X 20 ft., W Alvarez W by W.

large crowd of citizens of ': Lets finish paying for them soon! members, please round up your ,fected with the disease. If this 30 70 ft.ft.,, X S 60 20 ft.ft.,. W K Jefferson)I. Edwards.St.S being by-

Bradford County and adjacentareas I I 11 I 'he Unite GypsyAn I I containers and turn them over to happens after the time has lapsed 30 ft., N 20 ft.. E 95 ft. S, E

witnessed dedication cere- operetta in three acts will the supervisor by 2 p. m. Friday. I I whether they have had the vaccineor Town 70 ft. of to POB In .' on& W N & 78 (t. S 21
Lawtey EU L.
monies 'Sunday afternoon for the be presented on Monday at 8 p. She will be in her office in the not they will come down withit. W of RY Lot 5 of Ink 1 in Stewart 7,16

new $54,395 Lawtey Training [m. in the new RJE cafetorium. rear of one of the rooms of the I This treatment is a preventative Lot Lawtey 9 in E Town of RY of Alfonio GrittU 59.01 A. L. Alvarei Add SWrtey Pellet M.

School, the first building to be |:This operetta promises the music old building. RJE campus. : so don't take any chances. Lot 2 SID of Lot Sadie Crawford 3.18 :Lot 2 of Elk 1 of 7.69

completed and put to use in the and dance lovers a treat. The CHURCH NEWS See that your child gets this very Lawtey 13 in Town E of RY of L T *: COS: SID Elizabeth

county's current half million dollar speaking and dancing is being directed -, Calvary Baptist Church, Rev.C. I valuable free service today.P. Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 of Samuel Kedick 3.60 ]Lot 3 of Elk 2 in McCoy, Agt. 9.69

school construction program. by A. B. Nathan teacherof A. Crum pastor, will be hostto T. A. & Hobby Club "Chit-Chat" I E Blk of 13 BY in Lawtey J K L 30 T &ft.COS of S/D Lot 4 Lourenia Rul.inj.un 5.17

The following program wasr.- I 7 & 8th grades, while E. E. the 4th Annual Session of the The Hobby Club of Thurston Lot 7 of Blk 13 Jessie Armstrong '.018 of Elk 18 in

Tied out with Rev. N. McCray '!Minott is in charge of the music. Woman's Missionary and Educational -I'Elementary met :Monday with I -y Lawtey E of 1 Lot[ L T 2 && COS E 2 SID ft. of Dewey Brooks 5.61

pastor of Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church !' You can't afford to miss this District Convention Auxili- resident denier Bryant in charge. Lot 1 SID of Blk Wilbur Jenkins 3.60 Lot J of rik 3t
16 in in L. T. & COS
I Town
of Lawte)', presiding: Prelude by I commencement feature. ary to the Mt. Sinai Missionary This l is "bean picking" season and Lawtey f: of UY of ... SID lola_ _TJttl_ _. .. ...
y__.,,_ ,. ........__ __, I. n __._.:
.not too members corn at SE .n. 'I.." LOtS 5, l& 701
Education Cor
Z. Jennings. Negro National i Adult Meeting Baptist Assn., Rev. D. E. White : many were present of
Lot 18 & run W Elk S in L T &
Hymn; invocation by Rev. Dennis !7:00 p. m. Tonight Moderator. The meeting will conVEne :' but they are still making 160 ft. for a POP COS Add E. W. llayes 1774

pastor of Philadelphia Baptist! A representative from the State from May 12 to 15. The !'very beautiful things. Principal run X 137 ft. W Blk 4 in TemplesAdd

Church; history of the school by j Department of Education will address officers include Marzie Barnes i Price encouraged them to come SO SO ft.ft., s to 137 POll ft., in E A. A. ADDis 21 ?I

V. Cell; Invocation by Elementary I all citizens of Bradford I and Mary Arnold, presidents Ad- lout' for the lecture on Adult Ed- Town E of RY of Lawtey N 14 Lot of 5 Lot A 4 Sft&: all of

Choi us. directed by E. E. Minott; I County who are interested in going ,die Shumake, Minnie Jackson, and itcation. A Chitter-Chatter is being Janaie Jarkaon c.ie Lot 6 EX E 25 ft.

gieetings from School Board i back to school and taking up I''Lucretia Jones, secretaries Catherine -i planned by Principal Price for Com at SW Cor of of Elk 19 in Temples -

Chairman J. E. Brown and left off. If have Daniels treasurer Sunday. :May 15 at Thurston I Ilk IS & run X Com Add B. E. McHa U'S:?
County .where you :you i I Rossie 274 ft. for a POB. at SE Cor of

Commissioner: J. C. Prevatt; introduction I forgotten what :you learned long Willis Archer, :Missionary. Hattie School. Come out, serve yourself I run W 'ii0 ft., X NE% &of SEU of
102) XEU run N IS
', ft. E SO ft., S
of speaker by Supervisor ago we can start you all over Shuman. pianist Pearlie Scott, :I and make your contribution to the 102 ft. to FOB in ft., W 107 ft. for .

Ozora Johnson; Dedicatory a gain. You are never too old or Gainesville, Choir President. The i" Iay Day" program. The "May I tey in Town E of of RY Law- a ft.POD W 100 run N ft.115 S

Message by Dr. D. B. Thorpe, past:t itoo young to learn. A new offering local program will be presented ,,Day" will take place on Tuesday ,i Com at SW Cor of Eliza KcClentonCnarli 8.0S 115 ft.. E 100 ft.

tor Greater St. Paul A.M.E. 1 will be commercial or business education at 8 p. m. Thursday, May 12 i i May 17 at 4 p. m. The Green I Lot 137 ft.18 fur& a run POP.X S44 to of rOB Lots 15 & 29 S 22 S. W. Hiisten :2S 23

Church, St. Augustine; dedicationand : you can learn to type. All President Barnes has invited principals -i i i Cove Springs high school band run E SO ft., X If In Everleys

prayer by audience; "Bless courses will be free, but a small teachers and religious lead- :l will furnish music. There will be I 107 ft., W 80 ft.. ft.Add EX E: 20
S
I 107 ft. to pun? 23 S Z! Glen Eering
This House" by Girls Glee Club; { registration fee may be asked to ers to attend this meeting, greetings :I'no' admission, but will expect you I in Town of Law- W% of Lot I of 8.19

response and greetings from School purchase supplies you will need. I will be given in behalf of the i to purchase a vote for your favo- I Lot tey 27 E in of Town RY of Scott 6.11 City Ilk 5 in Lincoln Edna J. Smith

Supt. H. P. Morgan; remarks by i j Plan to attend this meeting Thursday -.Bradford County Schools by Su- ,rite candidate. Who Will Be Lawtey E of RY Lot 4 of Ink 14 in 1774J.U

L. Crawford. president of PTA; :May 5. 7 p. m., RJE high pervisor Johnson. The sessions Crowned Queen Of The May? Is in 165 Town ft. of of Lot Law-32 3. W. Barker 193 |Comatintof Lincoln City E Edna :J. Smith

announcements by Principal C. C. ''cafetorium.jFinal will begin at 9:30: each morning According to Principal Anderson tey E of RY line of XEU of
i 1 A W of Alien Scott 4.71 XWU & S RWof
Anderson; benediction by Rev.' County-Wide thereafter. The meeting will close t May Day Festival will be of Lot Rd 35 on In Side ST RD X

Thorpe; tour of building. Delicious Sunday night May 15, after allj 1 held on Friday, May 19, at Law- Lawtey E of RY %::10. run W 235
1 Community Program Lot 42 in ;J. :J. Smith 3.60 ft. for POB Cont
refreshments were served by faculty At Pleasant Grove Methodist leports have been completed. All |tey Training School. Schools from Lawtey E Town of RY of W 105 ft.. S 240

members Z. Jennings, E. Bur- i participants are asked to come I all over the county will partici W 1A of Lot 43 in win Lee 8.58 -ft, 1105 ft., N
May 8, 3 m., to rOB
i Church on Sunday p. Town of n 6 32 1 I'
ney, M. Turner, and A. B. Anderson. a special "Mother's Day" service prepared for Representations Educational i pate. All patrons and friends are E of RY Lawtey N 4 (.f XEU' EX 4 : l'a.1I1.Cloud 1269:

Other board members were I featured Rally, Young People's i invited to attend.YOU'LL E 49 ft. of the X Harry Kittles 3.21 L 34.E of Dirt
will be RD
and dedication 120 ft. & W of HD
invited Mr. H. A. Lawson and Personal Enroll- I of Lot ;5
; was Department RD ;
Society in Otts 4 7 22 on'
by the Bra-Co-Philharmonic SID of JJr.. A. A. Wil
able to attend.A ment. Please wear white on Sat- Lawtey liamsonfjf
i8.';
composed of the teachers of I s 2 05 ft. of Lot Mattie Emanuel 4.10 I NE'. of NE4 of -
large number of white citizens -.i the Bradford County Teachers As- urday. Bring your Bibles, pencilsand LOVE the new Ester- 6 In Otts SID of N\VtI 4 'l U' Id4 Batler 5.17
witnessed this colorful and![ notebooks to all sessions so brook purse-size fountain pens hipastel Lawtey Com 210 ft E of -
sociation. The sermon will be delivered E 440 ft of Sam Brown 13.39) XW 'or of XWU
|I shades. SEt. of
imptessive outdoor ceremony. Roosevelt Dell that you can carry a full and Only $2.58 at Brad SWU of of XEU &runS
Rev. XWU
by back to ford County Telegraph.In N' 3/4 of 25 5 2! 7 Manuel McXeal 16.80 I 210 ft.. E 420 ft,
of the complete report : XEU
Many speakers complimented -: local son and teacher of Social your SI.J i of XE>1 of 25 5 22 120 L.-e Kue Thl'ung 47.62 X 210 ft.V 410
the Lawtey Training .1 school. ,(church. i SE of S\\' ft. to ron i If 2% 2 Susie
,, Studies at R. J. E. high 25 5 2! i WI111" Cain Miller '.19
School principal and faculty on i President C. C. Anderson is asking Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, Circuit (''ollr. Kradford County, SI.J'of swi SE of 3.10 I Com at SE Cor of

the very fine. work they are doing.I jail teachers pupils, patrons and "Rev. John H. Groover pastor, Gladys Florida A. In McSwaln Chanrery.Plaintiff. %'s. \\ t, of XE. of 25 5 23 20 George Strong lUO XWU runV of 510.5 SWU ft.&

Special praise was accorded Prin- friends from all the other school held Holy Eucharist last Sunday. William ir. McSwaln, Defendant. si f1.:' of NE'. & for POR. XWLY
Order Of Publication of XWl of
cipal Anderson by Chairman communities to come out and A special :Mother's Day programis ) State of Florida And Notice To ToAppear SI14 of XE 26 Ii 23 10 John Dullard 6.01 I I2A 621.5 1038.7:! ft.ft, S WLY to

Brown. This is such a beautiful make this the biggest and best i being prepared by Irene Thomas. William H. McSwaln whose resi \\ of i SW Cor of XWU
dence
I and address Is: c/o Mrs. Susie N4 of
new school that a plea has been of the series. The programs are The general public is asked to Royd. 54 Hanger Drive, Waylyn, SRLi' of NF 26 5 2! 2 Robert Austin 3.10 1 of i-or:SWl. E to Ii
7
23
made to our county commissioner to "Promote better come out and pay tribute to all ,.Charleston Heights S. C. X\\ of SW of Lots A. 1'. 1 AJ 15 II. A. frescott. Jr. 12: U
sponsored XELi
I You are. required to appear on 26 Ii 22 nPaaJ lying :
:1of
to intercede for an improved road school community relations" so mothers. i'May 16, 1955 In the above named N E'4 of X\\ of lU: In Davis Bros.RD& .:0
to this wonderful monument to ,Court and cause wherein plaintiff 81:6! 5 2! 10 MItchell
please have your dollars ready! Lions Contest I seeks divorce and restoration of \\' % of SElf of eLendou 5.06 Truby sin & s
539.7 ft.
of \
education. I G'vinjj & SharingThe I Attracts Mwh Talent .maiden name.Bradford SW. and E of of XEU
SEU Jof RI>> 6 7 2!
Many of the visitors Sunday;, latest reports on Red Cross ; The final list has not been submitted I County Telegraph shall S\n.in of XW SWI4 Cor EXJA of The X 120 ft. of 10 H. A. Prescott. Jr. r:;.22
publish this Order in next four that Port of EU
interested in
were learning the have been received from Water- but more than a score of ,,weekly Issues. Et of 8\V of of NE% of SEU

recipe for the delicious frappe' oak Elementary school, reportedby persons will participate from RJE i: Witness my hand and official seal XW1 SWI"t, of of SW Church. of 23 Ii 22 23 H. \. Prescott, Jr. n.n:I that lies' W of RD
at Starke, Florida, this April 9. 1955. 100
that was served. principal Roberts, I. C. Jelson high and elementary department' (OFFICIAL SKAL) Charles A. Darby N 114 XE\\ of :u s 2! 10 O. C. DeCroff 5.06 Com at XW Cor of 6 If 22 1 Maynard D. Lewis 22 76
Editor: Moves As Clerk of said Wl"t of E% of SW'of
Thurston Court.
Elementary Water-
total of and XEX
and R. H. Donald a grand P.y Marian L. 1 A in XE
Crosby, Deputy Clerk % Arun E
The editor of this column is now I$20.55. We compliment this group oak School will present talent that i Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building, lA l"\E In Cor XI Cor of 35 Ii 22 9udrew Anderson 15.35 4fiO ft., S :308 ft.

located on the corner of Oak and !i for making this fine report under will compete for the three valuable -I j('I Jacksonville. Florida. NFi of 8Wl, of AV. 431 ft., X
Attys. for I'If. 4/15 4t 5/6 235 ft. to POB 7 'I 22
North in the home of one of adversity. Principal Roberts has prizes being given by the,I 8'\1 N\V'4 :5 Ii 22 1 AlIce Davis !.CO Com at XE: Cor of S Azalea Motel 198 soRD.
of XF.L
Starke's oldest and most respected \ been at the bedside of a sick sister Lions Club. Spectators will beI I I Wl,; of N\V44; 'Of 10 S 22 40 .Karl & 31iUs 1 Ul SIof XEU of

citizens, Laura Whitmore. All I almost constantly for the past welcomed, adults for 50c, students j I I I ria Florida Circuit In Court Chancery, Bradford I'unnty. Wof St 4 NE'. of 11 6 2! 10 J.L Lancaster 4.31 ft.fE14 to run X W RWof 620

news should be brought there 25c. Participants will be admitted ,W m. F. Bloom. Plaintiff, Edna NWLI of CO GR RD
bet vs. -
wo weeks. We are glad that dearFlossie I j i IM. Bloom, Defendant. S s\n. 14 6 2!. Ii }1. K. Perrymn 18.45 for }'OR, Cont W
foe 5 p. m. each Monday for pub-I McClendon is well on the by passes. A special section tej i,i Case No. 10-966 WLi NL of EX SWI,4 about i of 700 ft., S 406 ft.,

lication the week. The being reserved for colored i Order Of Publll'ationnd to X R/W of rr
during Telegraph -i road to recovery. Supplementary patronsin Notice IA to Blackburn -
To XELY along i1
Appear State Of Florida Tot as DESC in Bk
is available by 5 p. m. each reports have been made by Hampton the Bradford High Stadium. Edna M. Bloom, whose residenceand 61: PG 487 16 6 2! 9' RD to POB 10 T 22 U Elizabeth C. It

Thursday. Purchase a paper regularly which include a donation of Several patrons in Lawtey are address Is: UNKNOWN Donald Conner 6.67 SEU of XWU of Fowler 9.67

from your local news carriers from Macedonia Baptist ,handling the tickets for the president May You 23 are required to appear on X 4A ofV'j of SWU 10 T 22
$9 1955
In the above named XWU of SEl 16 6 2! 4 Wilbur U. 0. W. & Amy
and keep informed about the Church of Hampton, reported by who is principal of the seeks Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ',SA In SW Cor of Hunter 5.17 Com 210 ft W ofSK foselr 13.72

civic, religious and educational White Junior High School in Law divorce. SEU. of XWU of Cor of Sec
*M. Taylor. principal of Hampton I I Bradford County Telegraph Shall SEI' being 105
activities of Starke and vicinity. Training School Thurston Elementary tey. i I I publish this Order in next four ft.N &S by 210 19 & run W 240
: ft. X 210 ft., E
Twilight Musical \ School has turned in an Second Polio Shot I weekly I Witness Issues.my hand and official S-z!ft.of E SB&4 of W 8Wl. 16. 6 22 .5 Sam %V. Graham 4.66 240 ft. S 210 ft. -
to IOBCom
R. J. E. high school chorus pre-I additional $6. The grand totals Thursday May 12 I seal at Starke, Florida, this April of XWU 17 6 22 5 Annie Goodwin 13.22 11T 22 1 L. K. & Clara
I 2 0, 1955. :A in XE Cor of Katch
sented its first spring musical on will be released from the office of r All principals and personnel I Eli. of XEU of 27.14

Sunday May 1, at 6 p. m. The the Executive Secretary as soon have been instructed to follow the (OFFiCIAL SEAL As Clerk ChImes of said A. Darbj Court SEU W: 210 ft. E & XKU at. SCor Of XEU of&

I same procedure for taking children By Marian L. Crosby by 410 X & S U 6 22 2 William Tyson, Jr. 4.10 run X 450 ft for
stage was decorated through the as the drive closes. Mrs. Hall 1 is Deputy Clerk UA as DESC in DD
courtesy of the local florist and elated to the Health Unit to receive Zach IL Douglas 505 Lynch BuildIng i BK 60 PG 339 U 6 2* )i James I-OB then E 210
more than over the fact i Jacksonville, Florida. \ ,'U of Cruger 3.10 ft. X 210 ft.. W
xwu of
Dell Cleaners. Principal Thomp- that we have almost reached our the second dose of Salk Vaccine A ttys. for Plf. 4/22 4t 5/13 SEU EX R/W IS 6 22 10 Vasco Hankerson 5.06 1 210 Lot ft.52'S; to ft.o'I.POB. 29 7- 22 1 John Jones 4.32

kias presented the invocation and is E% of XEU of in SB
quota. By the time this paper IEX Cor of Blk
2A in XE
directors Minott and Pierce. Music -I released Principal Thompkins will Cor U 6 22 1$ Ernest Dell C.35 Lots 9 Wrights 1 & 2 of Add Blk 30 7 22 Dewitt Williams 13.:9:

directors F. S. Pierce thrilledthe have made a report for Reno and NOT ICEe ,Lot 9 of Acres Dlk 2 In 6 in Hampton .
Sunny SID
capacity audience with her RJE. I think he is waiting to see sold Notice at public is hereby auction given on the that 311 th
dramatic rendition of "I Am Mu what we lack so that he can County of Pradford. State of Florid la to pay the amount due Starke for Taxes the ft.Property of SEU S of 152H Blk ft'H of XEU of Urugger %.93

sic" with E. E. Minott herein bet opposite to the same. t<)ether with all costs of Ouch XIS of River 6 8 22 It
at the finish it out with his workers. and advertising. saleArr 6 S of R 4V & E'.4 of XEU of Jane Hicks 1.54

piano. The contest in part two between They have done quite a bit of soliciting all Fracs S of Blk xwu 8 i 22
Description ". T. IIlvi .. 6 S of R 4 W 20 0. r.. & Janie
the boys and girls glee in the Starke area recent Owarr Taie* being 2A In SW XlOOft.ofS5hS lUcks !.n

club was won two to one by the ly : of EI4. 5 i 19W 160 M. D. lIarrell Jr S.43 Cor of XEU of ... ft. of that port.:>>
SW% Temp SD 21 6 22
c.f XJ.6 of 1 Leroy 1'4ttu of
on XEU
15.72 of X\\
boys, a split decision. Both groups I Cancer Cans should be turnedin ,
XEI" 10 1 19 20 ;M. IX Harrell. Jr. .- -' W of RD 12 8 22
are to be commended for their bv Friday. General Chairman Lots 13 H of Dlk 787 N H or Foil DESC ', 1 Elizabeth J. Lana-
:9 In Town ofJIOew Property S ISSfc gan & Mary
splendid performance. We look: Dorothy Alvarez has asked that River 23-24 6 !O r. C. Dfcldree ft. of SEU of Lot 5 of Lake Bedford Schwartz 9.19 I

forward to a greater concert next t) you turn in your cans with whatever Lot 4 of Dlk 32 2 43 Blk 65 ofR4 Shores
Raymond
In Town of New W&FRASCSof111k G.Werlnett .
season. The robes and the money, monies theirin so that the River 23-21 Ii 20SE" Jessie Sewell 6 S of R 4 W Lot 13 f.f Lake Fed. 7.52
of SW& :7 6 :0Xt 40 It. H. Oreen. Jr. 5.56 i being 2A in SW ford Shores
; fit XE 33 6 :0 H R. H. 10.43 I Cor of XEof Andrew II.
f I'2 of SW of SW Green. Jr. 2.81 SWU in TEMP .. Lot 7 of Elk E .. Cruz, Jr.Walter 752

& f of SW 33 6 2swv 0 60 R. H.. Green, Jr. SID 21 6 2! 1 P. D. Reddish Mt. Pleasant SID -
27 23 1 I7.%2
of SEI :3 6 :0SE'4 40 E.V.. Lot 7 of Elk 15 p.
Hodges
KITCHEN NOW dP' % of NV% & N 1.73 I In X Reno SID Marie Dotes Tract IB Mt CJark. Jr. 556
HER 3/4 ot SW of Lot S of Plk 19 6.17 Pleasant S/D

ii XWI,. U Ii 2St4 0 70 1:. H. Green, Jr. in X Reno S/D ... Tearether Williams Tract 16 Carl Fred Dodd 310
3,55
IS 09 I
-
of SWJ.6 of Lot 8 of Blk 21 --
Vollkopf S/D
\c\ IS HIGHLY PRIZED : XW U Ii 20 10 Queen EstaCanning In X Reno S/D !".' Ed Stone 11.4A in SE Cor of Maggie C. Herring Ui
Lot 7 of Blk 1 in 5.17
,. -i. ..- SEU Of XWIJ &
/c YOU SEE IT I XW1. of N\V'I S 'I I 0 40 K. "-. Hodgrei 4.78 I Gahagan SID Ivory Morris 3.16 X 320 ft. cf XEU
1 7JTV. I Il3
: Lot 3 EX 15.7 A Lot 8 of Blk 1 in of SWU EX 2 _
to Ernest Edwards Gahagan S/D Aaron Lots to Robert J.
Holler
HAS BEENMODERNIZED : & E of Lot 11 of Blk 3 in 3.11 Dodd IS 8 22 1t Frf4 S.
Dodd <-. ,
N4!. of. Lot 4 & Gahagan S/D I Ia. Little 7t2.97
3.11 .
Lot 5 & S of Lot -- -
13
of nik 3 in W't.2 of Blk TOf .
Lot6 1 '1 :0.X Gahagan SDI Govt Lot 3
E. BJghain. Samson Wtlt in
7 Jr. i.16 ...
3/4 of Lots' 1. 1S.27 Lot lying in SWU ._ .... Lakeside S/D .
.
E.
,. 9. 10 &S24 of XWU of SEU W 330 ft. of K 7JO B. Mililgan
of lot 12 EX 1/3 100 ft. X &Sby ft. of SE 4 of ,
A inSWCor 1 1 2 0NI' 217 W. E. EiKham. Jr. 50 ft. E & W afDEi' XE'4 U I -Z% 11
nf sw of SW 1S2.5S (' in DD BK 5% of PEU of SW'f Fred S. Dodd 7.52

EX3A S :0 17 WIlliam E. 71 PG 215 22 Ii 2! Frank Ward 5.U XWU! 25 S 22 5 Mae
< Bigham. Jr. S* of SE'.. of D. Sptfod. Agt. 7.02
Lots 1. %. 10 27.73:
11
ILot swu !5 I
81 DESC In 2! 20! D. J.
flf 111k 1 In Ward DD EK 52: PG Tracts 15 & IS of Alderman 5.85

f/J- City S 7 :0 O. It Parker 309 2! 6 22 Pumpkin Patch as -'..'.. -
Lots 6 or F'lk 1 in 5.99 Be* at SW Cor of Horace Calbert S.C7 DESC Deed E'K
Ward City S 1 :0 Mrs. II XWU of 64 PG 93
L. A. & n
SWU B 1
Green %
Lotll 5, 6. 7. 8 of ::0.49It run E along U See |Lots 8. 9. 10, ll & E. J. Procter US
Hlk IS In Ward
line 560 ft for 12 in Indian I
City S '1 :0 C. Douglu POB. X 200 ft.. Beach
Lots 3. 4 of Elk 18 6.83 E 50ft.. S 200 ft. Lot 2 in Indian J'c.ha Blow 314.85
in Ward City 8:0: to Sec Beach Unit 2
Coy Harrell U line W
Lots 5, 6. 7, S of 7.63J. along U Sec line Lots 1, Z & 4 of Ro rt J. Gavin 40,30

Hlk 20 In Ward 50 ft. to LOB 2! 6 2J George Indian Beach Unit
City 8 1 :0 W. Beg at XW Cor Of Griffing.67 3
Thomas HI
sI4 If SE'. 3 1 :0 49 Evelyn F. Thomas 554 W% of SWU, runE One Lot DESC fa J'6ba N. Blow 56.46
s2 of SW'/ of XW %!.38 250 ft. for D1375P0253 -.

& S\V4! If S\n. li: 'I :0 60 H. 1[. Mott POB. X 100 ft., in Indian Peach
NE of SE t EX S :..4 Unit 3tAlnl
W
50 ft.. S 100 1 ,
6 A & E.'X 2 A In ft.. E 50 ft. to ,. ECorof 32 hfnry \. 1Il-'rfoa 21.72
DER81/PPL IE8 sCor of XEI"t POB Lot 4 of Indian
of SEI & 2% 6 2! YT, ,Tt Ifenclerteji I
:5EI"! of 7.67 Beach I
1 Unit S IS
f&L Com at XW Cor I 22
XEI.. H '2 :0: 72 It H Mott S\\ of All Lot J E of RD U 1l. y. Joiner 7.5!
% of
SWU &
t.I of XE of g.91 80 '
'aW. & runS2loft.E 1! !! 20 !
XEt.6 X of St. n. 3. Alderman 5.85
100 ft. for POB. I
..
S.m I Pod. Ii 1 :0 .
-- SW'4 of XW & 1 3. W. Thomas 2.51 run S 100 ft., E ,-. ::1. P.. Kell),
I''all XW'4 i ofsv4 259 ft.. X 100 ft.. :J-
W 259 ft. to POB 22 Tax Collector
6 22 .
fAnnie
17 1 :0 80 Tyson
Howard
W. Wait Bradford
S.I3 Et Al 16.22 County, Florida

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FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .,
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I I Presbyterian Church gives to them and they are selling CHURCH OF CHRIST WOODLAXVX MISSIONARY i
YOU'LL LOVE the {
their products only to such bonded C. L herturf Jr. Minister I BAPTIST CHURCH new Ester-
I Sat.. 3 p. m.Adult Choir prac- |and licensed dealers," said the brook
Sunday Bible 10 10 purse-size fountain la
Study a. m am Sunday Scfcool 11 a.m. pens
tice. Commissioner. "They realize that
I Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn: 'I we can help them to get their Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve!'preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:43 prayer pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad-

ing Worship. "A Mother in Israel money under this law. Not much ning Worship 7:30 p. m: | service 7 o'clock song services.

I'11 a. m. Youth Fellowship 6 p. m., i I assistance can be given to pro- Wednesday Bible Study 7:20:: i 7:30 evening" services I,I Ii ford County Telegraph. 1Men's

I Gerry Gibson Leslie and Robert ducers who deal with unlicensed F. m. I i ._
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St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Christian Church .ship Humphries, "The Mystery hosts. Evening of Life,"Wor-7:30 Starke Mr. and announce Mrs. H.the B.birth Kelly of of a!dealers.Mayo" urged farmers to keepan each Radio program "Old Paths" ; Iji 1 ALVAREZ' STORE Clothing if1Established
Sunday 9 Station i
Raymond E. MacBlaln Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor ",p. m. daughter Brenda Gaj-le on Apr. Such accurate record of their sales. WDVH. a. m. .: .JI 1894 I{ !
Tues.Circles of the Womenof record, he said should in- /
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Sunday, 9:45, Bible school classes the Church meet at 8 p. m.: 27 in St Vincent's Hospital. clude date of transaction, name I

Church will be as follows: for all ages. C. W. Colsor., 3upt.'Circle 1 with Mrs. K. G. Duncan Doctors Hospital announces the and address of the. dealer description t
t Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Circle, 2 with Mrs. Jack Dempseyand following births in the past week:! of product by name, quantity TWO FOOD PLAN. I
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I i worship, 7:30: p. m. Christian En- Miss Mildred Ayers, 735 N. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crawfordof ,or number of packages and price I There are parts to Every .

I Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 deaver 6 p. m. \V. 35th Ave., Gainesville; Circle Lawtey a son, Dennis Dale I per unit agreed upon and the I
p.m. -Y.P.S.L Bible Study and Prayer Meeting 3 with :Mrs. Charles Hitchings, Apr. 29. total amount of the sale. When :
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Kingsley Lake a covered dish Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglas of i dealing directly with a trurkt'r.1 \\vi:: FOOD and FREEZER j

and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir ,Womans Council lit and 3rd supper at 6:30 p. m. Starke a son James Michael Apr. record should be made of .
Practice. Tuesday, 7:30 pin, rrs.Y.. L. Wed.Prayer Meeting and 30. tag number and state and a description -I ,'/ \ "','H'/" .. I
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Andrews, president. Bible Study 7:30: p. m. of the truck that loads '
4i 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Church located tin W. Call and Thurs.Junior Choir practice Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg are the their produce. He also advisedthe \\'j fti'Vlnter\ s Frozen Food Center f
3:30 parents of a daughter Sandra farmers not to deliver their
Christian streets. A friendly wel- p. m. I ;

come waits everyone. At The TabernacleRev. Hospital.Mr.Faye born. Apr. 28 in St. Vincent's .products ceipt- from without the dealer.getting are-I 1, o n f:fy)} :/ .. .:: -_, .__.. _-._,-- v.."_- '-"--" ',"",..", I!

Wash Your Clothes i "
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St. Edward's ChurchSunday and Mrs. J. C. Lauramore of 1 i ",
9 Pound J. Leslie Black of Irving-' Starke are receiving congratula-\ FILL DIRTGOOD offersfjypifihe best of both '
Mass at 9:13 a. m. ton. N. J. returned to the Taber-
lions of the birth of a son, Merrill, )
For 40c! Holy day masses 8:30 a. m. and nacle as featured speaker last Fri- Hardy born May 3 in the Starke I RICH _
fa food important That'swhy
8:30: a. m.Children's. day night. Maternity HospitalFarmers Food It one part plan en part.
Catechism Class each An innovation at the Youth \ we provide yew with all the nationally advertised brands _,."
FREE Bleach
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Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Meeting Saturday was the "Spell *"' the finest foods at maximum saving "
9 ing Bee" in which contestants Should
Keystone lleignts ..
We Will showed their skill with the namesof
(Women's dub) Sell To Bonded
the books of the Bible. The
Dry Your Clothes Sunday Mass 8 a. m. girls outspelled the boys. Dealers Only BILL JACKSONJackson B T, HE FOODS JUST ONE PART Of A FOOD fU
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m.
For 20c Bible classes for adult and youthare Transfer / / essential because the -
Confessions before all Masses.SEVENTH Company t o quality/ freezer is absolutely
his themeof
enjoying the Sunday afternoon Carrying through on
la New Automatic Drier!. study periods. The very lit- "Protection for the Florida Phone 165CHARLEY money you save with a food plan can be lost if these foods

DAY Farmer" Commissioner of Agri- ., ., stored That's why we offer )
ADVENTIST CHURCH tle ones are also learning the I 'F'n.' .:,:.,::;::: :;:; ,;;.v.:: t oren't properly
Word the medium of culture Nathan :Mayo has distrib- I
through .=' the Amana "stor-mor" Freezer the i4
I Services each Sabbath in the colored crayon and work. uted another reminder to the =- # '1
memory .
: jnteed to outperform a03he
Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Mother's Day will be observed State's vegetable, poultry and : a zeMgu SSSS*"* -
The WasheteriaTemple Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching Sunday with appropriate services. livestock producers that the Flori- e!
every week by R L. Mathews, pastor da Agricultural Bond and License
You Get The Best of All The Food Plan
Ave. Stark Bible Study each Thursday Church of God Law is a safegurad against bad .. j
1:30 p. m. A friendly welcomeawaits I checks and non-payment for their Benefits From Winter's Frozen Food Center

everyone.FIRST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- products. I .
I' ...... :- a Order from our food consultant In the convenience of
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Emphasizing to the farmers thatit -
'. : -n': ,',, _' .:_', t<.,:' .;;.:_--':::..';;... c ,.. _._ ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E.\ is safer to deal with bonded and -=:;:- .: .. >...;0--. \ your own home a Free year 'round food guidance'
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Service Wednesday 7:45 p,m., and I licensed dealers, Mayo issued a report --.. e 5 Year Freezer Warranty, plus 5 Year Food Protection Plan,,
BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Prayer :Meeting Friday 7:45 p.m I stating that the Departmentof :
LawTey Agriculture has assisted 288 t
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning farmers during the past year in 11F i %1-p- ;.i1Mo!(.o;'
FLA. Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving collecting)] more than $100,000 in. ir; I II I, *t
Saturday, 7:30 p.m. claims under this law. I KNOW ALL THE REASONS WHY

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Under Florida Statutes all deal-' C' jti;
BROOKEBAPTIST ers in agricultural products must E. JOHNS & SON .. OUR/ FOOD PLAN IS BEST FOR
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town CHURCH be bonded and licensed or they (
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 (must furnish payment in U. S. about this questionA 4 YOUR FAMILYLearn
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning
currency at time of delivery of I ,1"
Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. produce. During the past fiscal fire in sawdust burned anew I how you can save money and time while

, Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer I year about 1,400 licenses were issued home to the ground. ; e serving the finest meals you've ever eaten at
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev.I by the department supported Another had its walls blown I
C. B. Stallmgs pastor.PENTECOSTAL I less than your present food cost!
by surety bonds amounting to over down in a strong wind. Seceral
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. $500,000. others .
HOLINESS were damaged and START SAVING NOW! '
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at CHURCH "More farmers are becomingaware pilfered by malicious young

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STABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1%. 19M
FRIDAY, MAY 6, Ilk>>

Spring Festival And Band Concert Shine | :: I
'Filthy' '
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Says Movie ShownAt i Racing Revenue I Library Assistants 3rd Grade Pupils


Top Weekend Activities At BHSIt r Rotary ClubA : SPORTS Totals $118,000So i ii From State MeetingSix BHS Attend Get Train RideThe

i 3rd grade pupils 01 Mrs
I
was a musical weekend at I formed the letters USA followedby film "
the
Bradford High School, with a I the National Anthem. They I' showing program I For This Year \ library assistants from '!Justine Pellum got "the thnll that

Junior Band and Chorus concerts'then formed the letters MAY DAY, 'carried on by the State Beverage j I Bradford High School attended I comes once in a lifetime" Thurs-

in the USO Thursday night and']'and marched off the field. j I!Department to curb the manufac- !i BHS Trackmen Win% District Title; i An $18,000 check was received!the Florida High School Library:I!;day morning when they took a

the first annual PTAsponsored'Spring A skit was presented by the ture and sale of "moonshine" this week'by Circuit Court Clerk I j j I brief train ride from Starke to

Festival at th stadium Beta Club, after which a program:!whiskey was shown at the Rotary!, Charles Darby as Bradford Coun- |Council Convention in Leesburg i I! Waldo. Although the ride lasted
Both events attrac- Ten Qualify For State I last wtl'kend.Iain purpose of only 13 minutes it was the first
Friday night. of dances Club
songs and by the ele.I .-, Wednesday. Featured in sev-j CompetitionThe i ty's share of the May distribution '
ted near-capacity crowds. I mentary school was given under'eral of the scenes was A. E. Mc- I the convention was to exchange i "train trip" for many of the
j
The Junior Band, under the direction the direction of Mrs. Ralph Knight. Knney Jr. who was serving as of racing tax revenue from the ideas concerning library work and!I youngsters, and they enjoyed everv

of K. F. Foster gave a 1!,This included a Hawaiian dance State Beverage Director at the j Tornado cinder squad stayed State Comptroller. This brings to;a full schedule of business meet 1 second of it.

good account of itself in a varied I I by Shirley Morrison, a song and I time the film was made. on the victory trail last week RESIGNS $118,000 the amount received so ings, group discussions, and fellowship -| The children were accompanied

program from the traditionalI'dance by Suzi Broadway, and The film emphasized the unsan- when they came out on top in the far this year by the County; last !by Mrs. Pellum and the 3rd grade

marches to popular 1 I I folk dances by the 6th Grade itary conditions under which the District Class-A Meet. What year the total was 123,000; andit j kept the delegates busy.i intern. Miss Joan Carson Perents

day. Bill Green put the band: Chorus. Gene Norman and Bobbe shine is made, and the narrator ,might have seemed as an anti- is expected by the State Racing I Guest speakers were the authors.j,drove cars to Waldo and brought

through its paces in one number,! Bastedo presented a humorousskit said that frequently dead buz- II climax to winning the conference Commission that it will be ex-IOf popular teen-age books, Walter! the happy group back to Starkt-

as student conductor.The based the hit, "Make!'zards wild animals honors the week before did not and
on song shoes and I ceeded this year. i I Farley Miss Betty Cavanna. I
8th Grade Girls Chorus, under Yourself Comfortable." 'I other objects are found in the vats bother the BHS thinclads as they !
I outscored The first $80,000 each year derived Attending the convention from \
Palatka. which V.C.T.U."VII.tT
the direction of Mrs. L. A. The three band directors Victor and tanks where the moonshine had 67 I .
Canova. brought variety to the!, Karhu, P. K. Yonge; Director!:,mash is "cooking." I 1-2 points, by 4 1-2 points. De- by the County from this 1 BHS were Sonny Tenly, vice presij .
source:: is divided evenly by the
program with a group of semi-clas Dicks, Lake Butler; and F. F. The program was in charge of land with 31 and P. K. Yonge Board of Public Instruction and j dent of the Council, Bessie Dukes,, A MAX DOES, TELLS"

sical ar.d spiritual numbers. This Foster. BHS took turns putting Dave Simpson. I with 30 points were far behind in he Board of County Commission- i Janice Reddish Bobbie Sweat, D, rsR\T lIE IS."

was followed by two" novelty numbers -I their musicians through their third Ten and fourth places. ]ers. All over that amount by an!JA, Judd Jerry Colley. and the F. D. lirXTIXGTOX.
"Dusting Off the Piano" and :paces in a group of numbers that I men qualified for the state I (NATIONAL DEFENDER.)
"You Can't Love One." ."reflected credit on all three schools. Emory At Oxford i\Class A competition next Saturday ,' act of the legislature, goes to the I,sponsor. Mrs Emily Carpenter

A bit of fun was added near Hugh Ingram served as master' on the University Track. Bradford Hospital Corporation. --. -. -

the close of the program when of ceremonies and distributed a Glee Club Sings -I\ Clark took a first in the shotputwith -- -

the band presented a skit showing large, number of valuable gate' 43 ft., 11 inches. Arthur ,,Explorer Scouts W1NKLER%
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what goes on at practice sessions. prizes:'donated by local merchants.,Saturday Night :Locke also qualified in the same Enjoy Float Trip SERVICE
event with third in district
Spring Festival The program was concluded bya j. a the

The massed bands of P. K. colorful May Pole dance, directed meet. Wayne Woolen took a thirdin i: On Suwannee River
The Emory at Oxford Glee Club ,
the broad
Yonge, Union County High School by ,Miss Nina Bishop and jump and Clark tooka .' NITN4
will begin its spring tour through
and Bradford High School provided Mrs. Knight. Students taking part second in the high jump. Explorer Scouts of Post 70 en-

colorful entertainment for the members of the 6th Grade South Georgia and Middle Floridaon : In the pole vault, Humphries I joyed a float trip down the Suwan
were, I
large crowd that gathered in the Chorus. Friday, May 6. The group will took a first place with 11 ft., 1 1-2 James C. Hobbs I,nee River last Friday through Sun- j

football stadium Friday night for Gross receipts from the gate and sing in Starke Saturday night, I inches. Don Slade also qualified by The resignation of James C. 'iday.. RADIOAND

the Spring Festival sponsored by the concessions stand at this event May 7, at 8 o'clock in the.First tying for second in the same event. Hobbs as head football coach at ]i!j i The boys left early Friday afternoon -

the High School PTA. ran close to $250. The PTA ex: Methodist Church. Bobby Ferguson took a first in the Bradford High School, a post he .] and arrived at Rock Bluff

Starting'the program. the three pects to net around $150 after Dr. J. E. Guillebeau is directorof ,100yd. dash with a time of 10.: has held since 1947 was accepted I j!Springs about 3:30 and camped ;

bands marched onto the field and t expenses are paid. the club. He received his Ph. D..Jin the preliminaries, but a 10.6 Monday at the regular meeting of there for the night. They pulled j -; TELEVISIONSales

in 1951 from the University of was good enough in the finals to the school board. Hobbs' resignation !j'lout early Saturday morning and ZENITH 17"

Iowa with music composition and I get first place. I[ was submitted due to reasonsof 'started the trip down river on raft Evanston T1814K

School Board Member, Bus Driver I theory his special field. He has I, The half mile relay team of health. ['I boats with improvised sails and
had a great deal of success as a Strickland Martin Elder and When Your TV Needs
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I Leonard Register who is com- oars. After floating about 19
director and is doing a fine job at I Ferguson took a second in the ]' Sen ice Call 166 and Serviceflflsflflflflrflsflflflrsflflsflflflflflsflfl
Have Heated At pleting his first year at BHS as miles, they stopped for the night
Exchange MeetingA Oxford. I district to qualify for the state assistant football and basketball ,at Hart Springs. Swimming and

The club presents a varied program ,meet as did the mile relay team coach was named by the Board to ''a camp fire ended the day. ', 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
move by School Board member -' transport school athletic teams to I of wide appeal. It includes h 10f Humphries, Martin, Moore, and succeed Hobbs.
I
Dan W. Starling of the Law- ames. a group of "a capella" and accompanied -,Ferguson. Sunday morning about daylight -- = .....
Hobbs will remain on the BHS
tey district to replace school bus The, controversy arose after sacred selections, mad- Strickland took first in both, I the Explorers started 'breakfast =-- -
faculty as a teacher in science and
driver Truman Norman with Mrs. Superintendent of Public Instruc- rigals from the 16th Century,j hurdles to qualify with 16.6 in and afterward held Sunday School

George Reddish, provoked a leng- tion Harmon P. Morgan presented j secular music of the Romantic the 'highs and 22.2 in the lows.I may coach basketball. land worship services. They start- Sell It Rent It Trade

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thy and sometimes heated discus- to the Board the list of school Era; popular music from Broad, Bill Moore took a second in the BHS trackmen eligible for the ed the last leg of their journey !'

sion at the regular monthly meeting personnel for the coming term,,'way shows, folk music and spirit-I 440 yard dash to round out the I state meet. and camped for dinner about halfway WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

of the School Board Monday, with the, recommenation that all be uals. to Fanning Springs, where the

but did not come to a vote. approved by the Board. All but Elder And Rushton NO. 1 PITCHER trip ended. 1 1i : Low Rates Good Results
Norman, a bus driver on one of Norman were reappointed.In I i I Harry Green, Mrs. L. J. Green, E'asy To Place
I of Norman the mat- Casey Elected Leading Tornado .. 'John and !O WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION _
the Lawtey routes for the past the case !: r. J Stevens C. L. Cooper Me

eight years and a candidate for ter was referred to Lex Green Batting Averages took the boys to the river Friday., EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Ze

the School Board at the last election I attorney for the Board, who Jaycee HeadTom ,and brought them back Sunday. : DISCOrKT OF 15 PER CBT O.\ TWO OR MORE IXSERTIOX9

was present at the meeting promised to have an opinion readyas Shortstop Dewayne Elder with Explorers making the trip were I

AS was Mrs. Reddish.In to whether the Board has to Casey, who was filling out 18 hits for 36 times at bat is l 1 Robert Kelly Wayne Mundorff, I 25. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I* ADVAVCBMEMORLIMS !

reply to charges by Starling I j show good cause for dismissal of an unexpired term as president of posting a 500 average over 13 1r CFreddy Stevens, Mike Goldwire,

that he! had used the bus for I 1[;an employee or not, at the next the Bradford County Jaycees, was games. Catcher Eulie Rushton [Archie Green, Lonzo Kirkland. I CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Lhn

personal business Norman replied I meeting of the Board when a decision re-elected to that post at an elec- with 17 for 41 is next high with I : Robert Cooper, Tommy Dyal, I I, (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

that he had used the bus outside I on the question will be tion held last Friday night at Joe's with a 415 average. The Torna iDouglas Nolin, Walter Jennings, j I

/>f regular school hours only to made. Or ill. does as a team are batting 257 ,,Charles Manire, Ronald prevatt ] NOW EQUIPPED

Other officers elected at this for the 13 games thus far played.i I. : ',Ray Judd, Alan Mann, and Jan SARATOGA HEIGHTSOut pick-up baler side with delivery automatic rake.!
time Randal The Tornado nine has won six )lundon1. I j \\111 bale for the public anywhere
were: Chitty, 1st .
I Beautiful Madison Ave. within reason for so much
Brooker Spuds Bringing Good Prices vice president; Sheppard Faber games and lost seven but sportsa The river was patrolled by aj bale or will bale for part of per the
I 3 bed r..... til. leer .....e withrlrmUtlaK Also have different ,
:2nd vice president; Vernon Sapp, 3-1 conference record. The.. large. Inboard boat operated by two ...t.r. rlrctrle k.tnalrr nyu hay for sale Anyone desiring kind

I secretary; Rodney Hall, treasurer; southern division conference race men from Gainesville. I I II ...'.r, kitrhrB rihaiat baling let me know 3 or 4 days In
to Nettles said the bean has narrowed down two teams !... Iitntc let. paved Mrrct. rltrutllltlf advance You can plant
Irish potatoes are starting yield I and Mack Futch, Edward Kehr, has to I/ ; *. flMMN) 4na to veteraa beans or Indigo from now to end soy

flow into the Brooker Market !been disappointing, due largely to and Joe Gray, board of directors. Seabreeze and Sanford., Whichever ..-' Three Women I I250.0O at rlwulajc.Nea of July and make hay on It. J.
I >rlrran a::>8OO .. It .
wins pHjmrmt Vohlte Highway 16 (
Ralph ...Nettles. market manager,[the recent cold snap, and the present The Jaycees will hold a dinner- of these two teams out *7:>0.00 upon ..1..1.... Rd) Starke. 4tp Raiford 8/tT
I business meeting tonight (Fridayat will meet BItS the northern win Draw Jury Duty : 3 bed rowm hardnvvd floor .ouie
this i 'w ek, and dry weather and that Black ',
bringing ,
report with rlrruIailBjc kratrr, electric WANTED-Lady. neat
Joe's Grill with the main ner here in Starke either Saturday t appearing
.4GApgoo4 -to topicof .11 At Spring TermThree hot .....r hcatrr, kll.... 1'1. plea-ins personality, to hold
: dem
1lces. ..He said about 3,000 Valentines are bringing $2 to business being the delegation's (tomorrow) night or Mondayof I haukt fan. laVe lot, pated .tre t. I onstration parties for Stanley
5l.I P.' '(unclassified) have $2.85; Wades. $2' to $2.25 and next week. city' atllitle $100.00 d.wm pay Home Products. Car essential
:. report and discussion of the State women are among the .rat to teteraa. r O.OO at 1'1..- For further information write
been sold so far with prices rang- Tendergreens the same price. Convention and committee reports. Edwin Johns is leading the BHS panel of 45 Bradford County citi- I..... N.. \rtrr.m 9ZSOM. d.Mpa I call: Mary B. Turner. 110 N E.or
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I > 1200.00 at l.bI.g. 10th Su Gainesville, Fla.. Ph.
wins
ing from $2.50 to $3.50. Squash, No. 1. is bringing $2 and pitchers with four against Edwin Johns zens summoned for duty on a Thru homim are BOW open for Fr. 6-75M. ZIp 5/13

Growers are just starting to dig. No. 2, $1. Woman Found cne loss. Edgar Akridge has waf-two I II I grand and petit juries for the Inxprftlun.. B. "'....11.Call Real A. Entalr J. Thoaum Brek.rm. orW. RUBBER STAMPS
wins and four losses while made to order;
spring term of the circuit court, .
the valuable spuds in the larger He that the weatheris : ing out the top nine include Gus I daters numberers; notary seals
reports dry
I lace Rivers has two .losses. In Judge George L. Patten presiding 323 Trnplr Atr. Telephone 33Starke facsimile stamps. Bradford
fields, Nettles said and the volume :Dead In Motel Kopelousos ((292)), Edgar Akridge I FloridaFOIl Telegraph. County
hurting crops generally in the addition to the playoff game the which will be called into sessionon tf

should pick up soon. He said Brooker area, but that the tobacco -I Tornadoes have at least four; more ((268)), Edwin Johns ((250)), Ed- Monday May 9, at the court-!I' FOR SALE-Three 2 ton Chevrolet
a government inspector is on hand nEN'T-FurnUhed Apartments.
Trucks. Good
I games to play, giving them a good ward (205)) Glen Reddish house. I 400 Ave. Phone 52-J. condition. Priced
now, and that the potatoes will be which can stand lack of moisture A woman found dead in a local I Akridge ( Temple. reasonable. Starke Taxi Service,
I chance to'get above the 500 mark. (190), Bill Harrington (167)), and Ztohg 5/6 phone 150. ?tp 5/6
Eighteen members of the panel:
graded from now on. better, is looking good. motel room Tuesday morning was 1
!Branford will provide oppositionin BUCk' Gill ((157)). Kenneth Par- PRE-OAST SEPTIC TANKS and In-
tentatively identified by Sheriff I will be selected to serve on the FOR SALE-Used rotary type power .
stallation. II. B. Hamilton 324
Branford today. Next'Tuesdaythe the lawn mower good condition.
has best
nsh
I. P. D. Reddish as a Miss Phillia actually percentage grand jury.Folloing. Cherry St. or P. O. box 1108. Also tropical fish and accessories
'team will to Green Cove; ,
go at bat with one hit for one Starke Craig. Johnstown, Pa. is the. jury venire: Madison St., Ph,
Her death was attributed by On Friday the 13th Lake City win time at bat.for a perfect thousand. M. L. Watterson, E. B. Crosby, SMALL MODERN PIANO FOR SALE 351J. Ito )
be here for the sub group game Wuriitier Spinet. Just' the piano
In there is last minute
case no
The Perfect Gift Dr. T. G. Ritch to either a cerebral and on Tuesday the 17th Ocala J. D. Doyle, F. G. Hemingway, to start your child on. May be 2 9- PATH OV RAVIKO3 KEYSTONE -
hemorrhage or heart attack, release regarding the conference W. H. Noegel Jr., A. H. Perry, seen In Starke. )2S: : down and STATE BANK KET-
will be here. Ain in the subgroup only $22.80 month. Ten
and he fixed the time as sometime playoff the baseball street signs Z. Z. Griffis, Wm. J. Studstill, W. factory guarantee.per Gridley year Music BER STONE HEIGHTS. FLA. MEM

I "' I Monday night game will push the Tornadoes and the local radio station will C. Burton, Harry A. Stern, E. Inc.. 105 \\'. L'nlversity.rInvlile. FDIC I.
on toward the state tournament Fla, Ztrhsr 5/8
for GRADUATION Although the woman carried).I i I I be used to notify Bits, followersregarding I Dugger Jones, David H. Simpson, LBT RANDLR J.! D. ODO TOUR)(, JR.
with her a large number of cards L. A. Redding, N. G. Stokes, J. T.I FOR RENT-Two bedroom upstairs CATTLE AND BOOS
I! Other batting averages round- a game Saturday night. apartment. Center St. Mrs. II. K. _

... '" .'. If Charles Schmidt of DeWitt C. Wiggins, Ira R. Lester, W. H. GafaeTlIIe Each Friday
WATER FRONT LOTS Crystal
Jones Funeral Home, who took I I Tornadoes Play In Branford Today; Hall, Russell S. MacRae Frank Lake. Ouy Andrews. owner U I

charge of the body. had difficulty. I Bell, Oliver L. Underhill Palmer Phone Starke 383; Keystone
Heights 366. tf
locating the next of kin, because i j.'Drop Two Games To PKY And Ocala! Williams E. E. North, Calvin J.J I' FOR SALE

she did not have in her possession I Crews, C. W. Colson, Marguerite ('.iM iou ntl.h\'t-t'or ONLY

any instructions as to what was, ;M. Hall Elbert Sibley, Warren W. I $ .oo dow and VSr< a week, yaw SLAG ROCK
I The Tornado nine dropped two can have a TK.YKAR Gl'AR-
to be done in the event of her, 8-A Wins I Winkler, Sam M. Brown John H. ,'Ti.F.D ABtamatle Ga Hot
Room
death. I j games last week-to P. K. Yonge I j Parker Saul Hankerson, J. Leon Water Heater IB sour home-tally Excellent for Drivewaysand
I' i Inotafled. (For old and new t'u"
Miss Craig, about 60, apparently :on Thursday 6-2, and Ocala on Intramural Game I Conner, Marian Howe, Cab B. j towers of) .SLADK GAS CO. P.... Parkways

retired school employee: seemed]I i I Ia [Friday afternoon at Ocala 6-5. I Watterson, G. J. McGriff Sr..j I: 1:1. tf $3.00 Per YardIn

to have been in ill health fr some ] Carroll six-foot,I Room 8-A won the intramural L James E. Rosier Oliver F. Corral! I|
"Shorty" a i
time, for among her belongings 1|I (basketball playoff game last Mon i Freeman Register Jr., J. M. Edwards Electric Motors 5 Yard Lots
.i iwere
i three inch hurler for P. K. Yonge,j jj
OUHT .I
found 'day defeating 7D 15-13 in the arm- j Elizabeth S. Andrews, John
a daily record of her j:tossed a three hitter here last" / : Call
the EVERY blood pressure which was said to] Thursday night. One of these hits,cry. For the winners Jimmy i IH. Deas Jr.. Fred Haislop. John REWOUND AND BILLY JACKSON

caR have been very high and a large j|was a homerun by Dewayne Elder Hobbs was high with ten points j 1 I JD. Anderson R. F. Demorest. SERVICEDSmall
pO11 assortment of pills. Billy Godwin had the same number I| Phone 165
1 1rspx in the first inning. Carroll lacked :
for the losers.Students Appliance Repair -
T..kdw I I I control at times and his team Lawtey Council j
General Machine WorkS RADIOS REPAIRED
.... Cancer Fund mates' fielding was spotty on oc-
Tops Saves Money
/ SigningFor j All Make All Model
casions, but he was able to bear SeaMaable ..rkaruraCHA9. guaraaee4
$700 (I down in the clutch. Edgar Ak Summer On Truck BodyA C. 6UKPUKB.OTftl
Quota Here All Work Guaranteed W. Tall St. Starke .... 23*
ridge pitched for Bradford and ,
Choose..the I r spaced seven hits well, but the Program At USO saving of over a hundred dollars Reasonable Rates GOOD WATCHES NOW II down 1
Bradford workers and of the was and |1 per week at Dahmer'a
County taxpayers money
I[i Bradford infield was leaky, accounting S tfchg
right point for the contributors to the Cancer Drive i!|: for eight errors. Registration for the Summer effected by the. Lawtey City Coun- t

my were listed this week on the honor.j,I The Tornadoes outhit a slugging[Program for school children began cil by building a body for the new, RED SEAL THREE front appro LOTS*.FOR 300 ft.SALE deep.-Z25 Eastside ft.

roll as a Quota Toppers in a report -: city garbage truck at a cost of St Clair St. City ,
1 from the | sewerage
Tuesday with the classes "
12-11 tut could not
Ocala team
you write.. by number from the cancer campaign Starke Elementary School in the about $57, as compared with a.I. ELECTRIC & MACHINE I street Duke or being phone: paved.$5. See Glenn tfchg *
headquarters.Miss i Push the runs across to come, out price of $145 from a truck body,

......i C' /' Dorothy Alvarez, chairmanof I I on top. The Tornadoes scored two mornings and the rural schools in I manufacturer, it was disclosed atj:t! SHOP I I FOR or more RENT-rooms Nicely furnished apartment three for ,

the drive, reports that the!;runs in the top of the seventh togo the afternoons. Registration which the regular meeting of the Coun-!I F. W. ORAUDON Adults. Elec. kitchen shade over

/, quota of $700 has already been'I ahead 5-4 but Ocala came back'continued through today, included[I cil Monday night. j jI I Owner I I apartment Sale uUding all day.Lots -lawn.S209 For to 'I\
Manager
: exceeded with contributions from j]:in the home half of the final frame a tour of the USO playground anda I I After the minutes were read and I|, $600 size 100 :x 200. Mrs. L. M,

four sections still to be reported.j I to gain the win. Edwin Johns went I display featuring the three current bills approved, the Council I!| 106 Washington gt-Phone 397' left Clark.of Rt Call 1.St.Box bridge 440. Besnent 1 mile. Rd. I

Mrs. Pete Felos, chairman of,.all the way for Bradford. Gus prin- authorized City Marshall Dick::1: Starke, F1a.I ttchg

: the Lights On campaign conducted -}I Kopelousos led the BHS stickers I clpjil actiYity areas of music education -I!Thomas to take possession for I
FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 T IS Concrete -
: I in Starke last week, expressedher .with:I three blows. Harrington,I arts and homecrafts, and' I i Lawtey of an automobile seized by i. block. ISc Cement $1-40 BRADFORD COUNTY

thanks to all the workers who][II I Rushton, and Elder had two safeties -I the library. Other activities of! !Thomas in a liquor case severalI I I, per bag. bag.Bradford Mortar Engineering Mix 1.25 perI Co. REAL ESTATE I

canvassed from door to door and each. Only one miscue was ,
j swimming, organized sports, and I months ago, and since held by phone 91. Starke. If
also to everyone who contributed,!:charged against the Tornadoes. i county authorities at the county, FOR SALE
band I
N so generously to make the campaign -J I Bradford journeys to Branford were explained to the students -{jail. The act authorized by a cir- '('ARI'EXTEll WORK-Block work. Two .ry nlre modern home I. I

I a success. 'this: afternoon (Friday) for a daylight -I in the expanded program''icirit court order"Vhich specifies'I wiring. plumbing, roofing siding, Starke la rirlanlte residentialrrtloBH. ,
: I 'i i spouting and cement work."rite Shown by
appointmentealy.
Bus Drivers Praised J: contest. Last month ini scheduled for this summer by: that the automobile may be used II I I C, A. Sorrell, (10' Bradford County .
Dr. Florence Jennings and L. H. j Telegraph. tffhg f
i Starke Johns stopped Branford
sold
I
'jfor or may be ,
city purposes
And i Gibson J I I S acre farm, >rw three bed room
ReappointedPraising coordinator
with I a no-hitter. j of the summeri at an advertised public auction to FOR SALE-Tenor banjo 12.50. Heat I II hoBte, cot quite romplete, %
i activities. I I I lamp purchased from Mayo Clinic milt from t:. V 301. lV mile from <
$95O\ the Bradford County Each the highest bidder. j I $5. Mrs. C. J. Clark. Pa. J, Box Stark Price milk abntract aid \
| student handed
CALL FOR BIDS was an'j The Council discussed problems 352, Starke. Itp urtey &:>OO.oo. Term \
cIl.othw school bus drivers for an excellent (information sheet for the i
parents 1
safety record and an Important job;:; The U. S. Post Office at Starke,J' and a registration sheet be 1 relating ta erection of the new FOR SALE- 12-ft. boat. 5 HP motor. Small farm 3 bed room .00...
styiss to $4i3W0hLb to f traffic signals the location of thei See Earl Barrier, Rt. 1, Box 418, fully furalnhed, modern roBtra-
well done. The Board of Public I i i i Fla. will receive bids through Sat-,filled in by the parents of those!i| I' after 4-Sft T' m, Ito .......... price .S.1.IHMUM i
!
vv % trash and
'S WGESf SELICTJOHC Instruction on Monday re-appoint-][,!urday, May 1, 1955 for the following -j children who plan to participate.I four public disposal cans, 3 bed room haane la Starke. % i
the telephone situation. FOR RENT-Four room cottage. block from MadUoa Ateaae, pared .
'POINT STYLES ed the following drivers for the I : Rent of Vehicle to deliver These' are to be returned to the I 1 1I Refrigerator, lights and water. air..... 1 block fr.. pntp.i>rd I i
1955-1956 school term: Parcel Post Packages and Special classroom teachers and will be Reasonable. Kingsley Lake Rd.. Loretf Store. tillable far ;

*THESE FONTS$ECIAUY1ECOMMENDEO FOl SCHOOL USI Lloyd Barry, W. C. Clemons Jr.,I I Delivery MaiL Post Office toi collected and tabulated by the I EASYWASHING Pox 320. 2tp sIn .Immediate....... Ir. wltk poixeimlaa.term Priced \

Raleigh Conner Ralph Gainey.j i i furnish driver. ( WAITRESS WANTEIV-CaH 2! 2-J
I Successful bidder (
II summer program staff. The ma MACHINES ...... .
I after 6 nm Saturday. tfl'hLO'ELY For cad other barg-alaa !
A Complete Selection Of Point Styles Etta Faye Gill, Mrs. Nelson Green, ]i I to furnish vehicle, gas and oil. jority of the registrants will determine SALES & SERVICEA real estate rail A. J. "110... *r :f
Jeff Griffis, Kenneth Griffis. Russell -I Vehicle to be used approximatelythree SPI\KT PIt\O w. B. sen ell, Real Estate firok.er -
I whether certain activities I, Post Card Will Bring '. will .. .
MM B hate I. y r Tlelalty
I Hornsby, Clarence Hutchinson. 'I hours a day, six days a week I 32S .. {
such as swimming, will be offered A RepresentativeTo I" lonely Spinet" Plaao. late model. Temple At' Trlephaae 3S3
Duggar Jones, Mrs. Annie Kelly and approximately two hours r...DoB..lble party will cell at Stark. Florida
on in the i
in the
morning
] or afternoon.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Frank Norman ]1': I Your HomeMILLERBAKER big rrdBetioB with mall dowa nay- ;
Gertrude Slade
Sunday. ..
: I I Volunteer workers who can devote Co.Lafayette meat aad e y moalhly terms. WriteImmediately I
Cora Stokes Albert Credit ".. P. i
Tyson, Lee G. J. McGriff Jr. '. hour to .c.r. .
an per week are urged 450 Box 55 O. Box 3613. Jaekneaiille 3. FU. WANTED TO BUT HOUSE-Suit
I Parrish, E. L. Kelly, Billie Barnes Postmaster !to contact Dr. Jennings or Mr. STAPJiE, FL%. ."d0... will be adti..ed where Icctrumeat able for Lake Cottage. 2 or S
and Raleigh Brannen. ,, Starke. Fla. Gibson at 59-J. raa he ceea. I rooms, must be practical to move
:Stchg: 5/20 I to lake. Call Mrs. Crowson at 2JPAGE





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