Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Heroux.May Use Insanity Defense Registering For Summer Program Negro Sentenced For ManslaughterIn

\When Case Goes To Trial Next Month I I. 'Black Bottom' Slaying EpisodeThe

:6' I George A. Heroux Jr., who that she smuggled the gun into r 1 1'i I "Black Bottom" shooting in home on Highway 301 north of

-t> fatally shot J. G. Godwin assist the prison to Heroux who usedit which Joe King, Lawtey negro, Highland. *
: ant superintendent of the State to kill Godwin during an at lost his life on March 12, was closed When almost at the destination
;<1-; Prison, on April 4, will face a tempted prison break. Raymond II last Friday when Herman the car had a flat tire and ran out

"' ,,\. grand jury at the spring term of Staffa has admitted purchasingthe I White. negro, pleaded guilty to of gas. King and White walked to .

:: ._-j } ",.if circuit court 'n Union County, gun from a dealer in Miami. manslaughter before Circuit Judge White's home nearby to get some

starting May 23. State's Attor- Undoubtedly the grand jury will George L. Patten and was senten-: gas, and when a dispute arose according -
TOP AWARD WINNERS in. the 3rd annual Lions Club Talent Showare ,, __
ney T. E. Duncan will present also attempt to discover who delivered -I ri ced to five years at hard labor at' to \\ ite's version. King

pictured above with Starke Lion President Hugh B. Ingram: evidence in the case to the grand the gun from the ladies IP"'?ord prison.On started shooting at White.

(left to right) Gail Duke and Nancy Bates, piano duo first prize; jury 'and will ask for an indict- rest room located in the visitor's the morning; the killing occurred White ran into his home. grab-

Sylvia PaulU (Print dress), 2nd prize, for her vocalizing; Bob Smith i ment of first degree murder.If park, where it was placed by \ Joe King. his wife, Bessie, bed a gun loaded with 00 buckshot.

(renter) and Margaret Ann Phillips, 3rd prize, for their Iakt' Yourself a. true bill is returned, the Mrs. Staffa, to Heroux after he White. Albert Lollar, and Willie poked the muzzle through a window -

Comfortable" skIt.ve case will go to trial with Circuit was thoroughly searched and put '-"" I Tucker, all negroes, drove from blind, and shot and killed
I Judge Geo. L. Patten presiding.It in an "isolation" cell. -:..,- "c. -.r.:\ .. Lawtey to Black Bottom, a place King. Lollar and Tucker, who
is expected that the young On the morning of April 4. I- K .. -jj. lit. near Lee Moore's sawmill, about had been held at the county jail

( I when Heroux was released from ,seven miles west on the road since the crime as material wit-
desperado will base his defense on Students from the Heilbronn School \isited the USO last week fora
I a plea of insanity. I his cell to take a shower he pulleda which starts at Lacey Norman's j nesses, were released last Friday
gun on a guard and demandedto briefing on the activities they might expect: to enjoy during the

Heroux's former wife, Ruth ,. be taken to summer starting in June. Pupils from schools throughoutthe
Supt. L. F. Chap-i program
Heroux Staffa, and her husband, .1 man's office. On the way, they i I county are now enrolling" for the program, the most extenshe ever Spud Prices I Deal Is ClosedOn

Raymond, will also likely stand I I ran into Godwin and other guards. I planned hereith students in picture are Mn Mattie KUis: lie ii-
trial at the spring term of court Heroux shot I Ii Holding
I I and killed Godwin, bronn teacher, L. II. Gibson, school supervisor in charge of developingthe HighAt
in Union I
I held in the County.Union They County are being Jail I I and wounded two guards before he:: program, and Dr. Florence Jennings, youth counselor. Power PlantStarke

'1 t TrT W I following Mrs. Staffa's confession I was cell. overcome and replaced in a'' -- \, Brooker I

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I I Brooker farmers are digging in'I]' now owns a fine, large
Calvin Blount Held For Assault
f Rain 1 INo Bill' ReturnedBy "pay dirt" this week, selling over power plant, as the result of the

i I Brings 3,000 sacks of Irish potatoes dailyat deal closed Monday, when Councilman -

a price of $3.50 for a 50-lb. sack W. T. Jackson gave New
I Grand Jury Five Months After Pardon Granted of size "A" spuds. according to Bern. N. C. officials a check for

Relief To $157.500, as the balance on the
: CropsA Ralph Nettles, Brooker market
:In Rape Case manager. $175,000 purchase price. Jackson,
i I j Calvin mount released five Governor Chailey E. Johns that a 'This good Brooker land," .Net Bond Trustee Titus Olson, and City
months ago from prison on a con- job had been found for the youthin Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. flew to
After three-hour tles said, "is
a investigationof proudly producing
good soaking rain this week ditional arrested and the maintenance of I
-.- ,-4 witnesses pardon, was department from 200 to 350 bushels of pota- New Bern last Sunday to completethe
saved many Bradford County crops Monday a Bradford placed in the county jail early this the University of Florida. toes to the acre." transaction.

All of the fun wasn't on the from dry weather damage, at least County Grand Jury found insuf- week as the result of an affidavit Young Blount had been in During the past week around Thomas returned early in the

scheduled program at the Lions temporarily, sfarke farmers Market !ficient evidence on which to charge signed by John Crews of Lawtey, Staike recently and was assisted 8,000 size "A" potatoes brought week, while Olson and Jackson remained -

Club Talent Show last Friday Manager M. R. Judd Robert Crawford with rape, and charging an assault and battery''by seven! county officials in an $3.50 per 50-lb. bag, while about for a while to superintendthe
nIght. With professional radio- through its foreman, David H. against his daughter, Mary Crews, effort to join the Army. 2.000 size "Bs" brought from $2.25 loading of all spare parts on
said the large acreage of 1.County. Back in 1952, Blount stabbed his
pepper on May
TV entertainer Toby Dowdy as Simpson, returned verdict of "no Ito $2.75. Snap beans brought a common carrier. Olson said ear
was helped the Judge T. A. Yawn Issueda father in an argument that took
by true bill.
master of ceremonies, Impromptu
$1.75 to $2.50; squash, from ly this week that at least a full
warrant on that and place in front of the Starke Ice
hi-jinks, such as the Lions 'Uglyman" rain.With I Crawford had been arrested on a 1$2 to $3; a few pole beans brought carload of parts had been made
when the senior Blount
the Blount x was placed in jail, with Company
contest (above) kept berries about gone, snap warrant resulting from a sworn to $5.
"Beauties" in bond set at $500. wanted his son to carry a large ready for shipment already.
roaring. beans and Irish affidavit signed by a Bradford Nettles said that potato produc-
potatoes are appearing Last November 23 the Cabinet cake of ice to his car. City Clerk Carl Johns said that
group are (left to right) X. M. County girl but after hearing all tion is at its peak now, and is expected -
on the market in an Increasing Pardon Board ordered the release The parole supervisor in this
John A. Torode, the next in the
Smith, Bob Firth, testimony and examining the evidence to run heavy for the next step big power
Jackson and Hugh Ingram, volume. A total of 423 from prison of 18-year-old Blount area has requested that Blount be
Billy I produced by State's Atty. 10 days. plant expansion program is to geta
who had served two of held in the county jail until the
with m-c. Dowdy. Firth' won the crates of berries were sold on the T. E. Duncan, the Grand Jury years a He reports that the Brooker area suitable building erected as soon
Parole Commission can review
sentence for fatally stab-
contest hands down. market, .with $10.90 high, and $5 cleared Crawford of the charges. bing his father in 1952. this latest development.If had two good rains this week, and .as possible, and that the matter
Another rib-tickling stunt came low, I In addition to Foreman David H. also a scattering of hail which did
called two of the bringing growers revenue of I The Board had agreed at a meeting the Commission! takes no adverse ,would come up for considerationat
Toby Simpson, the grand jury consisted not do any appreciable damage. I
Carl Fendrick and Mrs. El- ti $3.647.80. which makes the total months earlier to give young action, Blount will be eligi- the next Council meeting on
judges of Marguerite M. Hall (alternate The tobacco crop, he reported I
bert Altman (photo 'at lower for the berry season $57,311.35. foreman), Elbert Sibley Oliver F. Blount a conditional pardon as ble to be released under bond, is growing well. May 17.Senate.

right) to, the'stage to help him Prices paid for berries this week Gorrell Russell S. McRae, Fred soon as the State Parole Commission Judge Yawn said, and will then

with the sound effects in "Chaw were very high for this time of Haislop, J. T. Lawson, W. C. Bur- obtained suitable employmentfor be tried at the next term of Local Officials I[ Approves

Terbacka Rag." whereby glasses are supplied to year. ton, James E. Rosier, N. G. Stokes him. County Judge's Court.
The Commission 'advised Acting Blount's mother lives at Lawtey. Damages ForChapman's
This year's Talent Show was children whose parents cannot afford Other sales on the market i Irish Wm. J. StudsUllv Palmer Williams .. .Attend Miami I[

the most successful yet held with' to buy them. potatoes, 560 hampers, $3' to $3. 0. Saul Hankerson (negro), Cab B..AFTER I 22 LONG YEARS ;Welfare ConferenceRev. Auto I

the Lions Club netting close to, Lion President Ingram express brought, $L820; snap bea.ns,: both Watterson, 'U A. Redding, 'Ffe .

$300 from the eve L TundTwuf ed'a>preHaTfonTo"everyone who Wade and Tendergreen, $2 to $2.50, man Register Jr.,..and Warren W, S. E. Sparks of Starke and The State Senate voted Mondayto

be used to carry on the --dub's' contributed In any way to the success brought $472.50. Winkler. County Finally Collects $100 Rev. Morgan Ashley of Crescent pay State- Prison Supt. L. F.

Sight, Conservation Program I of this event. Judd reports that all crops are After announcing its verdict, City will represent District Welfare -i his Chapman $2,725 for damages to

Polaroid 1-MlnnU Pt Loto by tht Telegraph looking better after the rain this the grand jury was told by.cir- On $5,000 Bond In Scoby Case Board No. 5 at a meeting of !a big automobile oak fell on when his a car limb north from of

week, and that he looks for a ,cuit Court Judge John A. H. :Mur- the Florida Conference of Social I Citra.

Spring Term Of Circuit Court volume of pepper, peas corn but- I;l'hree that it was not discharged, The famous Scoby case, which j amount could be obtained. Welfare in Miami, May 11.13.This The accident, which seriously
terbeans, Fordhooks, tomatoes, but to be ready if called upon held the Interest of people in this Recently, he received an offer of E is the third consecutive time that injured Chapman, occurred while

squash; eggplant and cucumbers to when the court needs its services. section for several years around $100, and so at the last meetingof Rev. Sparks has been elected by the prison head was enroute to

LONG DOCKET BUT SHORT TERMAlthough appear at the market around the 1933, came to light again in a recent the Board, when he suggestedthat I the District Five Board as a representative Fort Pierce to the funeral of the

last of this month. meeting of the Board of the offer be accepted, the I\ to the annual confer- late Gov. Dan McCarty.Sen. .

Crippled Clinic County Commissioners. Board voted to do so. ence. Harry King of Winter

there was a crowded temporarily passed, due to the: Red Cross Lacks I Mandel Scoby, Tampa bondsman, Only trouble with this processis lIT.I R. Connell of Starke, a mem I I Haven said the accident was due to

docket of 18 cases pending before absence of the defendant's at, i was indicted by a grand jury in that it may fce 20 more years siber:I of the State Welfare Board the negligence of the Road Department -

the spring' term of circuit court torney.C. Only $86.33 :Set For May 20 1933 with aiding in the escape before another chunk of the $5,000)II I will likewise attend the confer in failing to remove the over

which convened Monday with L. Greencharged on four from the State Prison of Harry I bond money is recovered. ence. hanging limb.

Judge John A. H. Murphree pre- counts of issuing worthless checks, Sitamore, international jewel thief,I

siding, all but one of them were pleaded not guilty before Judge; To Reach Goal i. The annual Bradford County and two prison "trusties., It was Lr---- i No Parcel Post Then

settled without trial. Murphree, who set the time for, I I'I Crippled Children's Clinic will be alleged that Sitamore was con- I'I The big problem now is the

The first two cases, both on trial for Thursday, 9:30: a.m. I Bradford County is within a I held at the Health Department on cealed under the hood of a truckin quantity of mail that the carrier

non-support charges, were summarily -i I All olJhe remaining cases were I hair's breadth of reaching its 1955!'Friday, May 20. Registration the prison by the two trusties, I'must sort in the post office, haul

settled, when after a con-I I transferred to the absentee docketas 'I I Red Cross fund drive quota. Miss Ipegin at 8:30. Driven outside to a rendezvouswith ''in his car and distribute to the

fulationith' State's Attorney T. the accused were not in custody,Lillian j i Stump, chapter treasurer, The clinic is being conducted un- a car driven by Scoby, where Ellery '1400 boxes lined up along Route

E. Duncan, the defendants, William -! The following petit jury was on I reported yesterday. Here's the der the auspices of the Florida the three got into the car with ;12. When Mr. Davis started back in

Tyson Jr. and Mathew Mos- hand for services: E. B. Crosby,,'way it stands: Crippled "Children's Commission, Scoby and made their escape. Davis 1916, parcel post was a thing un
their J. D. Doyle. F. G. W American Legion Post known. Only the smallest of packages I
ley, both coored! changed Hemingway, 195.1;i quota ..,.__ $2,675.00 56 of Scoby was brought to trial in
pleas to guilty and received the H. Noegel Jr., A. H. Perry, Z. Z'I Collected to date -, 2,588.67 \\Starkeu, and its Auxiliary.The the fall term of the circuit courtof i could be sent through the

following sentences: Grffis! Harry A. Stern A. Rus. clinic is free of charge, andis mail a far cry from today,
Amount still needed 86.33f Bradford County, but the juryon i
Tyson six months in the State sell Norman. Frank Bell, Olive designed to examine and offer 'when packages up to 70 pounds
I "We feel that it would be November 17, 1933 did not j
Prison, suspended if defendant L. Underhill, Calvin J. Crews, Sam'I a aid of any child under 21 years of I are mailed. and the rural carrier I
reach an agreement, and the case
shame to be the and
so near quota
pays $7.50 per week for the sup- jM. Brown. J. Leon Conner, Marian I age. Dr. A. Y. Covington, directorof 2 : I frequently has his car weighted !
dragged for another
on ,
the said Miss year
not top
port of his child: Mosley a Howe J. M. Edwards, Elizabeth I go over I( the Bradford County Health ,down with such divers objects i iIjas
'rstunip. "For that November 16, 1934 Scoby was
similar sentence, except that the R. Andrews, R. F. Demorest, John I reason we are,(Department, said follow-up treatment tried" again and for the second I lawn mowers, plows, gas heat- I
hoping that those who were missed '
and rolls wire.
amount imposed was $10 per week, Anderson. will be available in some of
the drive and would like to time the jury disagreed.
two children! were involved. Eighteen other members of the, during cases in which the children's par- But it was all considered in the
The case against Orval B. Culver venire had been chosen for a grand:j have a part in raising this final ents are unable to pay and to Scoby was under bond of$5,000, Miles __ Rf 11 I day's work. Mr. Davis was never
amount will leave their contributions put by several Tampa bondsmen -
who is charged with shootingat jjury and nine had been excusedfrom I cases presenting an orthopedic up onne I lone to complain but there was
at Store at the and then with
Stump's disappeared.
one time when he was a mite
and into an automobile was service. {condition that can be benefited by just
Bradford County TelelI'aDh.. the result that the bonds were 39YfS out." It had to do with
-- -- eatment. And "put a
Fire Damages Legionnaires Hear I George Huggins, fund drive I I Dr. Covington invites parents ordered forfeited. shipment of 800 baby chicks that f

Sneaker Exnlain chairman who became ill several i having a child' in a crippling condition However, whQi l\ the state's attorney came addressed to one of his patrons i

Residence Of 1 weeks ago and was not able to,\ who have not been previously attempted to collect by "c. o. d." Now anyone familiar -

Mrs. J. M. ReddishExtensive FHP AuxiliaryAbout complete the final clean-up work I visited and given appointmentsby process of law, it was discoveredthat with a box of baby chicks I

on the drive, wishes to express his I an orthopedic field nurse or i! the Tampa property which knows that they aren't particu- i

damage was done to 60 members of Jones- appreciation for the fine showing I public health nurse, to bring the|had been put up-for bond was tied larly good company on a long auto i

the residence of Mrs. J. M. Red Langford-White Post 56, American made in this county. He also expressed child to the clinic.Hi. I'I up by mortgages and other liens ride. Besides being chirpy, in a I
fire hope that the small I making it all but impossible to shrill nerve-wracking way they
St.. by
dish. 331 N. Cherry I Legion listened attentively I
started in the ;amount needed to reach the quota I I collect the bond judgement. Not are apt to become a bit smelly on
bath loom early Thursday morn-|when Corp. Floyd Crawford, FlorIda will be raised before the books are -Y Elects :to be outdone, though, Bradford a warm spring day. Mr. Davis I

sounded i Highway Patrol stationed at closed on the 1955 drive. I County officials entered their 'carefully loaded the entire 800,
ing. The alarm was I St. Augustine, described the new" New Officers I I claim against the property and let It was early in the summer of I:a bit tiring, the routes were revised and started on his route, looking I

about 2:30 a.m. | I time take its course. 1916 work on Starke's first at his request to trim his forward more eagerly minute I
of the FHP at Nolin Discusses every
Mrs. Reddish rents part Auxiliary Tuesday night
I I sewer line was just getting under down to 62. Even at
daily mileage
r About Hollis V. to arriving at the home of the I
house, but her apartments were Jan Mundoiff was elected a year ago
a regular meeting at the Legion pres- .
Growth Of SchoolAt were hopefully that it work
way growers meant a long day, where could unload
Knight received from "a Tampa consignee !
vacant and she was the only occupant I ident of the Hi-Y Club at a meet-
Hall. expecting ten cents a pound for starting around 7 a. m. and ending his and the !
at the time of the fire. It Rotary Club ing held Monday night in the USO. firm of lawyers an offer of $50, to noisy passengers enjoy
Corp. Crawford told the Legion-I be their cotton and the U. S. some nine and a half hours rest of the in
1 is believed that the blaze must I Other officers elected at this time paid the county for a release day comparativesilence.
have been started by a water heater naires the new Auxiliary, which I Praise for Starke's school system were: Raymond Stefanelli, vice against some .of the property was teetering on the brink of later. I
will consist of hundreds of World War I. Roofing And Baby Chicks however
his ,
care- which Imagine dismay ,
against the bond judgementhad 'I
in the bath room. was voiced at the Rotary Club president; Pearson Cox, secretary; I
fully screened members been The U.S. Postal Service was also And the life of a rural mail when the addressee found to
j issued. was
Damage to the interior of the throughout l Wednesday by P. T. Nolin, principal Billy Moore, treasurer; Roddy !
poised on the threshold of carrier isn't "all beer and skit-
the state, will be called into action a be short of cash and could not
and water Knight advised the Board of
house from smoke was of Starke Elementary School.Mr. Struth historian; and Lamar "
in times of grave emergency suchas momentous decision. It was ob-,ties, as the saying goes. Actually raise enough to pay the c. o. d. !
to County at that
estimated at from $1,500 Nolin pointed out that the Clough and Lamar Shaw, ser- Commissioners
$2.000. war or a hurricane, to help the combned: school is now "big business" geantsatarms.Jan ,i| time to wait and see if a higher vious by now that the "motor ,he is, a one-man rolling post of- charges. In spite of strong temptation i,
FHP direct and control traffic and I car": had come to stay and the I fice. In addition to selling stamps to leave the unwelcome !

maintain peace and order. I here, embracing about 1800 I Mundorff and Lamar Shaw Emory At Oxford I brass in Washington had finally I and money orders, collecting for load anyway, :Mr. Davis stuck.to ;
and 65 teachers in the elementary elected Little Wom
pupils were also as
Funeral Friday i decided to motorize certain of its IC. o. d.'s, delivering everythingfrom postal regulations and continued !
Auxiliary members will wear a I
I and high depart- en's Club Sweethearts.
I I \Glee Club HeardIn heretofore horse-drawn rural free rolls of roofing to baby on his accompanied by the j
McKayMrs. distinctive helmet, and will be way
For armed ments. He said that at the cur- The Hi-Y and the Little Women I
I delivery routes. chicks he must also know how
800 chirpy chicks.
I j
with a billy. rate of the dance Concert Here I
ent growth even pres- will be joint sponsors of a
those the call to tire and extricate his
Among answering thange a 1
Taylor McKay, 35 I I ; No Bad Accidents
Eddis Crawford did ask for ent half million dollar building I Club
Corp. not Ito be held in the Woman's on ,
in Washington, D. C The to a civil service examination that car from mud holes or sand beds i! But so far as accidents or other
died Monday Emory at Oxford (Ga.)
will not i
I program for the county May 20. As part of the entertainment -j
applicants at the meeting. summer of 1916 man 1 1- whichever to te in sea-
was happens
after a short illness. She was born I II Glee Club, currently on its annual a young mishaps of a serious nature are
sufficient class room ,
provide several of the Hi-Y !
space members -
in charleston. although many of the Legionnaires of 22 Ellery M. Davis. He got;son. .concerned :Mr. Davis considers f
Aug. 29, 1919 spring-tour, was heard in concert
and, I I by next year.Preceding I will present a mambo or- the job as carrier for Starke's one: But the emphasis on problemsjhas
Walter himself
of at i extremely fortunate dur-
Va., the daughter evinced interest. 'chestra. |: the First Methodist Church last '( .
Mr. Nolin's talk, K. land only rural route and went to shifted Mr. Davis. When
Lowe Taylor. I says ing his almost four decades of rid-
Luverna I Saturday
late evening I i
the I.
father who resides 1 I |I F. Foster, the new band instructor !work in a :Model T Ford. When he he first started out on Starke'sR. : .ing the highways and
In Besides Starke her she is survived by two!, Recent Birth |at BHS was introduced and presented -1 Recent Births i I'Guillebeau Under the Jr.direction the of Dr. J: E retired April 30, some 38 years F. D. No. 2, the biggest head-[.1.Bradford County. There byways have been !I Ii

thers. Alfred Lowe of. four of his musicians young singers and 10 months later, he. had travel-I ache was the condition of the,i many flat tires, of course and I
half and Clarence Lowe of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Sheppardof Jerome Edwards, Jack Miller, The Starke Maternity Hospital presented a well balanced program led almost a million miles along i roads. There wasn't a mile of plenty, of bog-downs in the sand :

Jacksonville Va., and a sister, Mrs. Valdosta. Ga. announce the Harold Tyus, and Tom "Long -II'announces the followingbirths: consisting of spirituals, traditionalairs the R F. D. in Bradford County.;{I pavement in the. entire Bounty,[or mud but he never had, in all '
Norfolk. birth of a daughter, Holley Kay, numbers wind instru- and novelty numbers. The
Hollister. in two on Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tomlinsonof a distance equal to some 40 times and wooden bridges were quick to his million miles of
of riding, what
Cora Hardman will be held born Apr. 30. Edwin is the son ments.T. Starke a son, Donald May 4. i finale was an inspiring rendition around the globe! wash out during the rainy season.,I he considers a really bad accident. :

Funeral morning services at 11 o'clock at Jof Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Starke. H. Slade newly elected presi-I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yarghn oft ]I of "Gloria in Excelsis" by Moz- For the first 34 years of his Now, more than three-quarters of I I The closest he ever came to one !:

Friday graveside in Crosby Lake I dent of the Starke club, .reported I Valdo, a daughter, Susan Jean, ,art. \ lengthy career, Mr. Davis' route I the entire 62 miles is hardsur-I was after a wind storm many :

the Cemetery with Rev. Thomas Mc I. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pollard of on the District Assembly held recently -,:Way 7. I' A large and appreciative audi- totaled 78 miles per day, one of' (faced. most bridges are concrete,I years ago near Kingsley Lake

officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Starke are the parents of a daughter at Jacksonville Beach. Mr and Mrs. James N. Davenport -fence heard the singers, who were the longest rural routes in the U. I and the little remaining dirt road,In a heavy downpour of rain. Mr

Kay Funeral Home is in charge of ar Janice Lynn born May 3 in f The program was in charge ofj of Starke a son James Norman accompanied at the piao by Mrs. S. About five years ago, when i:Is kept in first class condition by.Davis failed to see a tree that had

rangements. |St. Vincent's Hospital. I Marvin Urquhart lit May 11. Josie Futrelle Goode of Oxford. he began to find the daily grind I I modern maintenance equipment (Continued On Page 8) ;


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above, none occurred. of news interest as no cases have PAGE TWO FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1953
On Vaccine
Clarifying This does not mean that the been reported among the vaccinated -

editorial vaccinated children already have group. Even one case would many segments of our agricultural the country, a better policy on exports -
?V i Issued By County Health Officer immunity, for we know that it have hit the front page, in con- economy. I pointed out in my and better marketing methods
takes at least four to six weeksto trast to the fact that the above talk on the floor of the House to help dispose of agricultural

Dr. A. Y. Covington, Bradford regard to the number of polio start protection after the vac- report, as partially noted by the that I felt H. R. 12 was fair to commodities. I feel that a flexible
Precincts County health officer, has issued cases occuring in the not-vacci- cine is given. Polio will develop State Health Officer, was foundin the farmer and to the consumer, price support on. the basic commodities -
Bradford Voting the following statement in an effort nated population during the same from four to 30 days after the the back part of a prominentState and that the passage of the bill can have but one sure

to clarify the local situationin interval. Reports received recently organism enters the body, and the newspaper on May 7. would not add to the cost of the result and that is to further depress -
Need RedistrictingAlthough regard to administering the from the U S. Public Health average case occurs in .from 10 3. I am thankful for the vac- farmers products in the market the income of the farmer.

Salk vaccine for the preventionof Service and National Polio Foun- to 12 days. cine and hope the confusion clears place.I I shall certainly keep my mind
elections are still a good while off, infantile paralysis: dation notes the following interesting Thg above facts mean this to rapidly in order that as many feel that the answer to our open to any helpful changes in

might be an opportune time to do some In view 'of certain recent developments information: the writer: children as possible may be givenits agricultural surpluses is continu- our present agricultural program-
right now of gettingour the Surgeon Generalof a) A total of 1,305 cases of po- 1. Certainly can see no reason protection before the polio sea- ing and stricter acreage control especially changes which will help
the problem
thinking and acting on the U. S. Public Health Servicehas lio reported in the U. S. from Jan. for alarm in Florida from use of son develops. especially in the wheat sections of the family-size farm.fV .

Bradford County voting. precincts in better requested that the vaccination 1 to Apr. 23, 1955. During same the vaccine. A. Y. Covington, Director I -(.. I
balance. program be delayed temporarily period in 1954 there were 1.854 2.... The Florida picture is not Bradford Co. Health Dept. > 'WL.'t '- V r

Here is the situation as it stands at present, This delay will enable a group of cases, and the past- five-year rec- .

in terms of registered voters: experts to examine further the ord exceeded the present.b basic agricultural commodities for Just&r looking M
763 record of production of the vac- One western state prominently the past 21 has been : ,
Precinct 1 (Lawtey) __________ ) years $300 /
2,229 cine for safety measures. mentioned has reported 236 Reportfrom million.
Precinct 2 (N. Starke) ---- '
The second dose of vaccinefor cases this year, yet still less than I that 90 get '-
stated cent price you
Precinct 3 (S. Starke) __n____, 1,213 per
1st and 2nd grade school pu- 453 cases during the same periodin supports would little
help our
Precinct 4 (Graham) ______-__ 94 pils in.Bradford.County had been 1954.c farmers and in turn would be of

Precinct 5 (Hampton) ----s 354 scheduled for Thurs., May 12. Due ) During the one week of April tremendous help to our taxpayers '

Theressa) _______ 185 to the above the vaccine
Precinct 6 ( request 23 there were 106 cases reportedin because it is better to have our
Precinct 7 (New River) _w_ 85 for the second dose has not been the U. S., which was less than people on the farm than in large FRE.

Precinct 8 (Brooker) _-------- 287 received and the date is tempo- the same week in 1954V 0 ( CongressbJ' industrial areas where already we

It is easy to see what an undesirable situationis rarily 19. postponed until Thurs., May d) In Florida, from Jan. 1 to are having unemployment prob-

distri- Apr. 29, 151 cases of polio were lems.It .
created at election'time by this unequal Unfortunately, only partial information BILLY MATTHEW*
strength its reported: Of this total, 26 cases should be borne in mil"ldthat / ;,
bution of the county's voting among has been released
and were reported during the past The most important legislation the 90 per cent price supports are '
eight precincts. While poll clerks inspectorsin through the press and that was two weeks ending April 29. //atour X14'
some districts have hardly enough "business", the part that would make head- passed by the House last week only a part of the overall agricultural -

them awake on election day, those in lines in the daily papers. Only Approximately 150,000 Florida1st was H. R. 12, a bill to restore the program and do not take in.
to keep and 2nd
grade children in ad- to consideration the
others are so rushed that they find it hard to do one drug company has been vaccine sus- dition to a small number of other basic agricultural commodities to funds which are used Section 32
pected to preparing faulty to help
90 cent of parity. I voted and MAYrAG
the job with the accuracy and efficiency that is and so far there is no evidence children, have been given polio spoke per for the bill.I billion, whereas all the cost of the

demanded.In that even this company's productwas vaccine the majority being given price support program for the
N. Starke) where during the week of April 16. As pointed out to the House that
the case of Precinct 2 ( responsible for any of the
of May 6, no cases of polio have each year for the past ten ;years, -
2,229 voters are qualified to use one polling place, small number of cases reported. been reported in Florida 115000. farmers have been leavingthe SPRING
Several million doses of the among
the courthouse, the result is often long delays Exclud- the vaccinated group.A farms to go to city areas seek- P. D. Q.
vaccine have been given.
before voters can cast their ballots, and there is ing employment because of depressed -
ing the one company under suspicion large percentage of polio FOR '
not enough room to comply with election laws only one case of polio cases usually occur in the 6 to 8 farm income and other Proven :llr PARTY!

that require the public to stay 15 feet away from has occured to each 700,000 vac- year age group and, if no vaccine problems of the little farmer, and Protein Vitamin Dependable Quick li'II' .......... -......
in some 20,000 to Mineral '
booths where others are voting. cinated children which is the had been given, we would have expected ''
: I I
SO.OOO laborers who are dependentupon Supplements
Although two shifts of clerks and inspectorsare average expected to normally oc- normally, around 28 new farmers for their living have Phone 51-W Starke, FlL ilill'I I -

used in both North and South Starke the cur.No cases in the past two weeks likewise gone into the city.I Farmers SupplyALL 8
for in- mention has been made in among this age, group. As noted
long grind they are subjected to makes pointed out that we have LIVESTOCKThe 1\11 Ii' Maytag Automatic
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efficiency and inaccuracies. After so many hours spent on unemployment compensation I:it i; saves 9 gallons of hot

of tedious tabulation, it is only natural that Farmer's DiaryBy during the last ten years, $2 10th and Cherry Sts. !11 i'' I I! water per load with
that would
officials would make errors
I Automatic Water Level
not if they were counting votes in a normal- Sam Mcfiarve ::: :t. ::: : :::1[
occur _- _- ..._ _::__ H' : .- !L > :-i2= :': I" ControlIi
sized precinct. I

It is the opinion of Mrs. Marian L. Crosby, runners. We are going to save SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE Ii: 'I Exclusive Maytag..gilaIIII .

Supervisor of Registration, that no election district plants from it and see if they are il I .... .
I tor washing action
as good as their "mammy.
votersif DRASTIC I
should have more than 500 registered .
confusion and inaccuracies are to be
delays, ,
We've been squirting some water out a Exclusive Double-Spin

avoided.A on our little planting of Irish FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE psk about I Tubs. No dirt streaks.
for the situation is outlined in
remendy potatoes, trying to get them to puton Pal t
Florida Election Laws Chapter 98, Section Spring
some size, as we planted them REDUCTIONSKeep Come in-help us celebrate Maytag'i
98.031, which states: late around March 10. I 1tade.\ns\ \ It I. 9 millionth washer far more than

"The board of county commissioners in each Yeur INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit any other mok .
This week will long be remembered -
county,upon recommendation and approVal of the as the one during which just Joy almost dried up this week from the LOWEST possible rates.STARKE'S .

supervisor may, in any general election year, on about every pump on the place lost she went away for a three day .
or before the first day of February alter or create its prime, and before Sam got visit with a gentleman friend and ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY Your

new districts, precincts, or polling places.; Each done working on them, he. just we didn't get to milk her regularly.But .
precinct shall be numbered and a polling placeat about lost his, too! .we got her back on schedulenow. Doyle L Conner Insurance AgencyPhone Authorized Maytag Sales & Service Dealer

a suitable location designated. The district, That old Villian Finnegan started For Bradford County -

precinct, or polling place shall not be changed all the trouble by pumping air Farming seems to consist Of one 285 129 W. Calf St. Starke, Fla.
without the consent of four membersof tastes of water, and inasmuch as
thereafter aggravation after another. About GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESPhone

the board of county commissioners and the we water bought, which the we fool need thing, and to not pump air, the only sure thing is that SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE .

supervisor in a joint meeting. ." which we do not need, were what a farmer buys costs high, '. 10 Court & Madison Sts.

Suitable buildings. that could be used for poll- very unhappy about it.we Sam and what he sells is low! ,n ., _,' __._p.-, ._ Starke, Fla.

ing places are available. In North Starke there worked .on it half of one night, on
are the USO, armory, and American Legion build- and off for most of the next day, F r ? > r44 ;

ings. South 'Starke might present more of a without getting Finnegan to work, rf :.

problem, but it is believed that at least one addi-' and_by that time was crazier than
a lot of folks over at Chattahoo- ,
tional polling place could be secured without too

much trouble. chee.When
Alice suggested one more
There was a time when county commissionersand try at fixing Finnegan, Sam was

school board members might have objectedto not hopeful, for he had aU but

a change in voter distribution because of fear taken the pump apart, little by lit-

they might lose more votes than they would gainin tle. However, we both started .

any proposed shift. With the advent of countywide fussing with the doggone thing,
and next thing we knew, squirt,
voting for all county officials, however
squirt, squirt, out came the water,
this objection is thing of the past. It
now a and we. gave a sigh of relief that
makes no difference to any candidate which pre- folks over at Hampton and Brooker -

cinct a voter resides in his vote is still a vote. must have heard. rY zfi !.t ;v f y b&s x
The law provides that the election districtsof *

a county shall be as nearly equal, as possible.It But meanwhile, the irrigation

is easy to see from the figures above, just how pump, Jupe, decided that he too

far Bradford County falls short in complyingwith was temperamental, we had that
to work on. Discovered that the
this provision. And the situation is getting had lost
engine compression, so we
worse every day. With the trend of populationaway got our friend "Herm" Hamilton to

from the rural communities to the urban fix a leaky exhaust valve by

centers, the smaller precincts are getting smaller grinding it, and we got the engine

and the larger ones getting larger all the time. running all right again. But

The hundreds of new residents who have recently meanwhile, a leak had developed
somewhere in the suction side of
moved into Districts Two and Three undoubtedlywill
the pump, and we still haven't got
mean still more delays and confusion at next that fixed yet. And right now we

election time unless something is done about it need the irrigation most of all!
soon. t *

North Starke,- 2,229; New River 85. Byno Had a visit from a couple of ex-

possible stretch of the imagination this be'called Yankees with a very appropriatename
Bradford. "Hank" and
"equal distribution. In the interest of
Alice settled here about a year ago
efficiency and accuracy, it would seem that a and like Bradford County very
redistricting of the voting precincts in Bradford much. He was a policeman at ONE LOOK and you know it's a Mercury. Exclusive Mercury styling is shared by no other car.The smart Monterey Coupe shown above is one of 11 Mercury models in 3 series.

County is long past due. Philadelphia for many years.

Surprising Admission We our did runner a little patch work, and this make weekon believe -

the soil there is not dry. It Let US show 5 youll saveMercury's with
you ways
From A Psychiatrist has caked as hard as cement and

pulling weeds is a real job. Only I
good thing is that it is even too Ii
In his syndicated column a psychologist asks
: dry for the weeds to grow well.
Are mothers getting too much advice on rearing ., t .

children? The answer is obviously yes. Most of our farm is sufferingfrom i: Eas.OwnershiR plan

In "Today's Health," Psychiatrist Hilda a lack of rain. It seems as .,'

Baruch says that mothers are flooded with advice, if it hasn't rained for a coon's age "

yet there has been no decline in mental disordersand and it does not seem possible that _
back in January we lost little ;
there is a marked increase in .
juvenile delinquency
planting too much of Irish rain.potatoes The grass becauseof in Come in today. Let us show you how weand Mercury, .

This would seem to indicate what many of us the house pasture is almost dried
have suspected for a long time that in dealing up. can cut your costs at every stage of car ownership .NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU
with children, an ounce of commonsense is wortha BIGGER REASONS FOR BUYING ITExclusive
pound of treatises child We hear that Luther Hilliard
cn psychology. Leon Norman,,and Morris Carter It You_ can get more for your present car. 4. You save on operating costs. Mercury's

this Right is right and wrong is wrong, even in have all got new irrigation sys- Let us show you how Mercury's recordtraditionally famous economy, low upkeep styling shared by no other car
cynical age. and the mother who is guided
by these age-old principles and instils them in her tems.inch well Luther, and he put is down running a about four- breaking sales put money in your pocket. will save you money every mile you drive. New SUPER-TORQUE model ((188 V-8 and engines 198 horse-on

children will come out far better in the long run 32 sprinklers from it at about 60 High. volume lets us give a generous offer. every power-backed) by Mercury's record

than the one who frets over "repressions," "in- Ibs. pressure. He is using it this 'S. You save on future trade-In. Mercuryconsistently of producing V-8 engines exclusively

hibitions," "self-expression." week on beans. and. .pepper. 2. You save on first cost. Mercury prices leads its class for resale value. ,
4.barrel carburetor on
It is as refreshing it is start below 13 models in the field. every
as surprising, however, Leo had his annual trip to Law- low-price You can get a higher allowance for your model at no extra cost
to find a psychiatrist admitting that .
modern tey to get his rabies vaccination Mercury at trade-in time.
mothers are receiving too much 3. We Dual I exhausts at no extra cost on oilMontdairs .
phoney advice. and when Dr. Mullins, the'"vet" arrange the easiest of terms. They
at; '....... ..'h............."............,,",,"."',,0<'" ''''''''' '''''''''. Th'",11I4-4": "'.'...'.0... looked at him he asked us to bring are tailored to fit you personally. *3oo4 M comparuea of moaulachrtri'uygttttj td or factory rttoJ prmi I
Leo in to his office for a check- Boll-joint I front-wheel I suspensionAntifouling .

high-compression spark
1879 :
We got a pretty good picking of 1
berries this week, due to some Mis- Consistently highest resale value in its !

OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS- sionaries which we had set out IT PAYS TO OWN A _FOR FUTURE. STYLING, SUPER POWER field, according to authoritative reports i
@ PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY late. At this time of the year the CO-OP
berries taste especially good. t

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Speaking of Missionary plants, MOTORS 1
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 we have one which is the grand Sts.MERCURY
THE; ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879.ytOHrcnif real whopper Is loaded with bloom ,
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: \ .: j. : ygr '!:a'jr'raaiiigiiigriiffl! 8aT''a! ?'" JTJ and fruit, and is now putting out !

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TTTTTTTfTTTYTTTTTfTTTTTTLAWTEY Starke. guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Waylen Sapp of and Mrs. Benton Futch of 4 I
\ Jacksonville spent Sunday with Starke visited relatives here last I
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce Thursday evening. Join the millions of thrifty shoppers who sing the praises of
Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwrightand Mr. and Mrs. Turner and familyof
twins spent Sunday with Mrs. Florahome are occupying the
Wainwright's parents, Mr. and H. C. Kelly rental cottage. I r
Mrs. Thomas, of Heilbronn Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith have of details are managed and economic-
Those attending Homecoming at I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slanaland recently purchased the Enoch ally attended that only a trained and
Long Branch on Sunday were i spent the weekend at their homein Griffis place and have given the careful organization can attend when
Mrs. J. S. Eunice Sr., Jimmy Eunice house a fresh coat of paint, whichis t
the urgent need for serving is at
the E. J, Raulerson family, Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson, Mrs. an added attraction to our com- -
the Winton Parrish family, the hand. .' ,
Buster Bennett and Miss Dorothy munity. tO. fJ4 "L-4;:,"', ,
Leonard Prevail family, the ,Sam Taylor were shopping in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly car- T" C.' .,. .( '
Hicks family, the O. J. Anders Monday. jied his mother, Mrs. Margaret DeWITT C. JONESPhone "'"
family, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nor Mrs. Bryant Tucker and chil- .Kelly, to New River Sunday afternoon Most people think about food and most shoppers think about
ton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. dren of Fernandina, and Mr. and where she will spend some- -.- 7 Starke, Fla. rjj money! A&P thinks about the food shoppers! There you have ill!
Buster Bennett, and Gary Bennett.! Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and family time with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Over the years we hove become rather experts as number one

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, and of._ the__ Stain Farm_ __n' were.. __, Sunday__ u .Tomilson and family. : Funeral Director Ambulance Service __ money.savers to millions of people. Come visit us during the merry

Mr. and were Mrs.hosts Seeber at 'ft Doyle Mother's Andrews Civil Air PatrolCommander I[fence, Lt. R. L. Walker; Coordinator Our local funeral home enable 03 to offer convenience u4 month of May and realize the easy A&P way to real economy..

Day dinner honoring the Fred Women's Activities, Lt Dov- services not otherwU ava1 able.M DEL MONTE

Moore family and also Mr. and Names ie B. Sibley. ..
4 I 6" II 4 i
Mrs T. L. Casey Sr. of Auburn- Staff OfficersAt Preparations are in progress for
dale. the Squadron to participate in We furnish the highest type cervlc at lowest prices and
SARCAP, a practice air rescue', Accept ANT life Insurance policy in force toned ANY 14-oz.
}.[r. and Mrs. Morris Johns, and the regular bi-weekly meeting by KETCHUP 2 Bottles 35cAnn
that will take, in
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns of of the Keystone Heights mission place company as payment In part or in full oa a funeral.
Ocala, and ,
Saturday Sunday May
Jacksonville spent Sunday with Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol Consultation. carries no obligation.
2122. of this mission is ..
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. last Friday night, Capt. Bert R. '' '' ,1
:to coordinate all Civil Air Patrol Page PLUM PRESERVES or
Johns. Christoffers announced the ap-
units in the state in one gigantic
Mrs. S. J, Clyatt and family of ment of the. following officers to maneuver.MONUMENTS. Lb.
Gainesville enjoyed a weiner roaston his staff: i GRAPE JAM 2 35c
Saturday night at the homeof Executive Officer, Capt. Con. B. CHAS. SHEPHERDIS Jar

Mrs. Aubrey Griffis. Marvin; Personnel, Walter M.' i I .
Mrs. Jessie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Muhlhofer; Training, Lt. Roy M. DAILY
li. L. Smith and family of Jacksonville 'Browning; Operations, Lt. NelsonE. LOWEST PRICES!
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith Jones; Assistant Operations, Lt.
and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Webb Wm. B. Belote; Historian, Lt. FINEST QUALITYI! Tall

Kersey and family of Starke, Mr. Bernhardt Christoffers; Assistant No Extra ChargeFor DOG FOOD 6 Cans 45c
and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and family, Medical, Lt. Jacqueline M. Collins -
A. Medical, Donald M. Christof Setting Or Near
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett, Q. ; HEADQUARTERS FOR
and Miss Quinelle Smith, enjoyedan fers; Engineering, Lt. John E. STARKEATLANTIC Iona GREEN BEANS or
outing at Gold Head Branch on Hammond; Adjutant, Marjorie L. .
Jones; Communications, Capt.
S'ai- Richard Lovorn; Assistant Communications 303
Mrs. Steve
family of TOMATOES
reunionat Lt. Walter King; Assistant rtuw lOc
Sr. enjoyed a Can
Mrs. Doc Lt. Emmie. W. Marvin; the namevncur
the home of Mr and _
I .
Those Transportation, Lt. Alonzo L. Mc-
Wainwright on Sunday. ....
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Raymond Suber Grath; Extension Lt. LawrenceT. Iona PLAIN or SELFRISINGFLOUR
present were .. Oglesby; Public Information MEMORIALS INC s
Donald, Mrs. Jap Ogilvia .
and son, 1
Starling and Officer, Lt. James D. Seymour; ESTABLISHED %1930 *
and Mrs.
Mr. Assistant Engineering, S. M. Ed-
of -
family, and Larry Williams 71S WIIST ST.jAOCSONVlUt. 5Ib. Bag 35c
and Mrs. SidneyI.tll1'1',1I' mond D. Tenly; Fiscal, Patricia I
Jacksonville, Mr. FLORIDA
I Christoffers, Coordinator Civil De-
w ....-' ... -and-- family. of the State
}[rs. .. .... .
Jr. and family, and }[r. I rmsm. '1. :"' .!;:'fi" :
Luther Hilliard and son of Lawtey. Always Something Q FREE AIR CONDITIONING SURVEYOF 3 Lbs.
}{r. and Mrs. James.Phillips returned YOUR PLACE OF BUSINESS! Super-Right I II WHITE HOUSE

His father to Biloxi, O. J.Miss.Phillips'this condition week. COOKIN'I I 6 Complete line of quality Yorkaire Conditioners! GROUND BEEF $1.00. :II Evap Milk 3 T0 Tall? 35c

improved. We hope Q Easy, bank-rate terms!
is greatly :ij RED HEART-Three 1Iovpq
he will be able to come home from $ Experienced in all types of business Super-Right .
the hospital in a few days. ATMARY installations 1 Ii Dog Food 3'.lb. 29c
teachers, '
j 25c
Kelly, and Miss Mary
their guests Mrs. Johnny GIVE US A TRIALBusinessman's- Super-Right II:

Bennett. Mrs. Earl Mosley Mrs.E. 50c and 65c Plate Lunch BACON "> 25? I II SUNNYFIELD Fancy long Grain

Griffis. C. Harvey spent ,Friday and Mrs.at the Carson Zoo Steaks Malts -- Chops Shakes -- Sandwiches Scdas -Sundaes Chili CHAS. C. SHEPHERD WHITE I II_Uice= 2P:;. 2ge 5 Pkg. 73e.

in Jacksonville.F. COFFEE THAT'S GOOD 5c Norton's Beef, Chicken or Turkey MILD AND MELLOW COFFEE
Wainwright and Terry TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone

Futch. B.were Saturday.business visitors in Meal Tickets ... $4.50 for $4.00The 239 Starke, Fla. POT PIES 5 for 99C i J 8 O'Clock Mb.Bog 79<

Jacksonville Strickland of Only Bread We Serve In Our Burgers i_' TAlCO

Gainesville Mrs. Claudia was a dinner guest of Is The Bun f1e afttu name in air'co tdicoru Allgood Sliced Mash b'$1.15
f Bre'kfast'b Starting
her sister Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mary and Bill Mason welcome youTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTT BACON 39C Bog

Miss Elizabeth Terry,on Saturday. | A&P 46-oz Can
Mother's Day guests of Rev.

and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson were "' b"r "!,,-..........,,,.._ -.... .,.,.--:-."... Super.RightALL MEAT I TOMATO JUICE 27c

Mrs.and Mrs.N. C.Jack C.Molt H.Simmons Layfldd.of Brooker of and Gaines, Mr Mr. r'd; :: : ( t ,; : : . FRANKS Ib 35C 1 A&P Fancy Sections of 2 1-lb 23c Cans

and ville.Mrs. '<''i'"' .,..oooo i--' -.: .. ....-......,,."""zu..k.,_t.. -. .>.. m..m.m,. ..r.w, .3'rr.i: I GRAPEFRUIT

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore and \ 'i Armour's Smoked Regalo-Virginia Salted 8-oz Pkg 1-lb Pkg

family and Miss Dejyne Crews attended HAM Ib 49C I,3 PEANUTS 19c 38c
in Jacksonville
the ball game
Ford is friends
Saturday night. : .; winning y 1 ,I.., .'I:1': -;..". 1i__', ,. '1; _' .....". _.c; J J,' .lio. J
Mr. and Mrs. John Moody, of h
Graham visited the Leonard Pre- '; faster than other 5HS2S2S25H5Z5Z5ZS2S2SZSt5ZS2S2HS2S25 t '4
valt family Sunday afternoon.A .fti any car ; YELLOW COOKING

that Correction was attended- The by Homecoming Mrs. A. "if GOLDEN S'PELO 12C ONIONS LB 4C

H. Harley Sr., and Mrs. Mae Wells Proof of Ford's extra worth is Its sales gains; trim schemes that are color-keyed to the new

was held at Middleburg. rather : .}:rg ...numerically greater than any other car in '54. super-enamel exterior color you select. t FRESH
than Green Cove Springs.The ." When take the wheel of the "55 Ford, FLORIDA SWEET GOLDEN Ib
W. M. U. held its regular And this year, with Trigger-Torque power.and you TOMATOES 19C
business meeting at the home of Thunderbird styling, Ford is more than ever you'll discover the thrill of er.Torquepower. CORN & Ige ears 25C
s' And Ford's new Angle-Poised 1 Ride: brings you FRESH BLACKEYED
Mrs. H.JB. Arwood Tuesday after America's most wanted .carl!
the "feel' of hundreds
cars more.
. noon. Mrs. Lemie Mosley was
presented a beautiful picture as a g ; YouTl recognize the Thunderbird heritage in Among Ford's other "exclusives" in its field TENDER FRESH PEAS LB 14CCARROTS

birthday gift. The ladies each : the new Ford almost everywhere you look-from are: new Speed-Trigger Fordomatic; new 10% 2-lb FLORIDA
brought gifts for Mrs. Ersley Nor n : its visored head lights to its stunning tail fins. larger brakes; Center-Fill Fueling; new 18 mm. bag 13C

man's new baby and these were And a look inside Ford's Luxury! Lounge kitespark plugs; full-Bow oil filter Test Drive a 1955 rJ ORANGES 5-lb bag 29C
carried to her home after the riors reveals rich new upholstery and exciting Ford today! 'at extra coat \ FIRM CRISP

meeting. Mrs. Arwood and Mrs. ; CAROLINA SWEET
Hiatt served delicious refresh- 15- H FORD the new BEST SELLER sells more because it's worth morel! Z LETTUCE 2 Ige hds 29C
ments. SSK Jf 3 12C
> I C
The ninth grade with their LARGE a
teachers, Hugh Ingram, and John Local

Burr Jewell, and Roberts their room and mothers:Mrs. Charley, :Mrs. ;I 1)F:1! : : ;: ; '- i LEMONS dos 29C if BEANS Ib 19C

Bowen, enjoyed a field trip to
Gold Head Branch last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of
Valdosta, and Miss Eettie Durban '' fi large
tff: : f ? Surf 30c
JI .. 59
of Jacksonville, were Sunday TLMi LI '. "{: JANE PARKER Pkg. Giant Sue (e
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dur- 1
all swim in r 1 I tI14 .: t Luscious Breeze long- :"ST" .
ban. They enjoyed a } Fac 31e<<
Kingsley; Lake Sunday afternoon.:
Mrs. Edward Sauls and family ( !! ); STRAWLifebuoy 2 lath
of Starke spent the weekend with > .. "S ,, g,' '. ..............ii:!:, lars 27-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Jf .
lux '
Futch. 'BERRY Liquid :1. 39C 2LT: 69$
Rev. J. R. Griffis, of Raiford -.i
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Road guest Baptist of Church Mr and, was Mrs.the Willie dinner wg :? ... PIE 8;inthitt9c Baby Food S vines;:J: 3 Jars 29c<<

Griffis on Sunday. He conducted a y
services there in the afternoon. Planters Peanuts 8 :. 39c

Recent visitors at the home of

Mrs. Volley Reddish were Mrs. L. JANE PARKER ICED SPANISH Dixie Lily Corn Meal'Ib..
{ C. Smith of Smoak, S. C.. Mrs.' s Bar Cake 29 .
Chf ton Smith O! Jacksonville Bryant .. Each
Hicks of Plant City, Mr. and ,. JANE PARKER ROILS Swifts Baby Meats 3 lr: 23a-

and Mrs.'Mrs.Roy Bobby Reddish Reddish of Webster of Lees-Mr. Brown 'N Serve tat: 12; 25< Tuna Fish Roy.ol Hawj r 7-01.9 I

burg, and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the t'r: light Ca" C
State Farm. : JANE PARKER DELICIOUSBlueberry I
Mr and Mrs. Jack Pons and Pie BE-inch: 45c Peanut Butter Pon Peter 9la: r 39$ I
daughters of Tallahassee spent the 1
weekend with Mrs. Pons' parents, Club Crackers *" ;' 1-lb. 39$ I
Mr. and )[rs. Bryan Reddish.Mr. ( ; Pig I

and Mrs. Willard Evans of A&P 303 can Sunshine Fig Bars 1lb.; 37. I
Orlardo wire recent visitors of "g. !
Mr. any MJS. Charley Bowen. APPLE SAUCE 15c ...' .
Ibt Ford Cwtoaht Trier it of rWi 14 < dexo Vegetable 3 lb :,: "t I
Mr. end Mrs. Marshall :Mott of :. ills DtOdtll oath:....Thundtrfaird ytg Shortening Con a y !
I Brooker were Sunday guests of V Can you see, steer, stop safely? r KRAFTS 1-lb Jar !

Mrs. Mott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 7 Check your car check accidents -- \. 1
Carl HflUard. CHEEZE WHIZ 49c .
TheJ'cllSa Griffis! family and Prices in this ad effective through i

the Theodore Crews Saturday, May 14
family spent "Df7
SPARKLE 4 1-4 oz Pkgs
Sunda- at Knksley: Lake. g.2.

M-. and Mrs Charlie Wilkersonand ***? PUDDINGS 25c ..,,,,? ..,r..,, ,,,..? N? N..
Mr. and :Mrs. John Wilkersonwere
recent guests of the Winton LAAndrews
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Parrish am'ly.! Little Gary Parrish Motor Coo

went visit.Mr.hoe with them for a week's \ JEWEL OIL 29c 53c euM ,,,,,,,

and Mrs. Carl Prevatt hadas 300 CALL STREET

Prevatt, :Mr. and Mrs. Truman .. SALAD DRESSING 43c Open Til 900pm.: Friday Nightr

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_IJf FRIDAY 3L\Y IS, 1955
Miss Prescott Weds _
Miss America I'

Horace Crockrell Runner-Up Reception Given IiDr.. J. A. LeClerc .1 complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney .
Jr. t
T. David Burns, 308 Guaranty Ufe
For EmoryOxfordGlee ![To Be Honored Puild'us.: Jacksonville Florida., ,
Miss Dorothy Lucile Prescott, Featured At May Breakfast ,1 and file the original In the office
of the Clerk
Club Members of the CircUIt Court on
daughter of Mrs. Beulah Prescottand :On.82nd Birthday I'or before the f
13 day of June, 1955
the late Mr.- Prescott, becamethe ;
The members: of the Emory at j Dr. otherwise the allegations of said
J. A.
bride of Horace Crockrell Jr., Oxford LeClerc, who recently J Complaint will be taken aa confessed -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Crock Club were entertainedat i received an award for 50 years of j by yon.
a lovely reception Saturdaye'ening j j I This notice shall be published I
GUdys Mooty rell Sr. of New Buffalo, Mich at membership in the American each week for four consecutive

Phone 35 a lovely ceremony performed Mon- the following their concert at't i Chemical Society, will be the guest weekn! the ERADFORD COUNTY
First Methodist TELEGRAPH.
day evening May 2, at 7 o'clock in Church. The j of honor at a dinner party to begi'en Dated this 10 day of May. \
reception was given in the church |
the Pine Level Baptist parsonage by Mrs. LeClerc at their (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

Miss Ann with Rev. W. E. Hall I recreation building by members i home on Kingsley Lake, May 10. By Marian Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Judith Griggs Weds T. H. Slade Jr. The presiding. of the Methodist WSCS in which !I!Dr. LeClerc will be 82 old. L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
parsonage was decorated :years 5,13 4t 6t
Saturday Night In First Methodist Church with vases of early summer flow- I the Methodist Youth Fellowship ,on that date, and invited to be NOTICE-TO APPEAR

ers, and Mrs. Vernie Thornton members were also honored guests with him on this occasion will be I hi Cl r.lt C.art. Bradford C*>afr

Miss Judith Ann Griggs daughter worn with an Eton jacket, with played the traditional wedding 4I Arrangements of Easter lilies. 24 of his former associates in !Dorothy FUrldai Louise IB Caaartry.DeSwarte

of Mrs., J. H. Griggs of Cornelia three-quarter length sleeves, and I marches at the piano. i I I government work. 'Plaintiff vs. Carlos Ishmael Balarezo.lialar-
Ga and the late Mr. and Queen Anne's lace, were used. ero. Defendant.
Griggs white shortie
gloves. Her lace hat t
Mrs. L. C. McVay attended her I j'I Also as guest of the LeClerc's Case No.
became the bride of Thomas was trimmed with pearls, and she to advantage in decorating the fetlrc To Appear. 10-9S4
sister :
as matron of honor in on this occasion will be Mrs.
HoweJl Slade Jr., son of Mr. and carried a Bible with auditorium for To: Carlos Ishmael Halarezc.
topped cymbidium pink afternoon dress complimented the affair. The i J JEsterlene Bell manager of Blair [whose residence and address

it5. T. H. Slade of Starke In a orchids from which fell 1 with white accessories and white two punch tabes! were presided:!Mansion in Washington, D. C. Peru.Vnldad"ednal Mirones S-E Lima.is:
simple but Impressive ceremony showers of white satin ribbons tied I : II
carnation You
corsage, over by members of the MYF. are hereby notified that a
last Saturday in the First with .
evening shattered carnations. suit forDivorce
L. C. McVay served as best man. The refreshment table was attractive Keystone Heights PTAThe
Methodist Church. Rev. Robert restoration of maiden -
The bride's only ornament was The bride, 'who was given in i: name
Stroud of Birmingham Ala. per- 4. with a lace cloth and centered, has been filed
a single tear-drop pearl necklace,- marriage by her uncle, J. E. : against you in the
formed the double' ring nuptials. a gift from her father to her moth Brown with a beautiful arrangement of, Keystone Heights PTA will above named Court and cause and
wag attired in you are required
a lovely hold its last meeting of the to serve a copy of
The ceremony took place Immediately er years ago. She also carried I white waltz-length gown with red roses and greenery. j I year your answer or pleading to the com
Tuesday.. May 17, at 8 p.m. in the plaint on the Plaintiffs
after a concert given in an heirloom lace handkerchief that L white accessories, and she worea I Approximately 100 guests at- I T David Burns 308 .
school. A of the Guaranty Life
the church by the Emory at 0- was used at weddings in the Slade white carnation r; : j I Ie summary year's'work liuildingJacksonville. Florida
corsage. (tended this delightful affair.
ford Glee club of which the bride- family for the t will be given. and file the original in the office of
past three, genera Immediately following the ceremony IJ I the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
groom is a member. A beautiful tions. 1 or before the 13 day of June.
a reception held the J1955
was: at ; otherwise the allegations
fan-shaped arrangement of white .I Miss Joanne Slade, sister of the Prescott home on Highway 301, said Complaint will be taken as confessed of-
gladioli, pompoms and lilies cen IV i by you.
maid of
groom was honor. She
South, for the family and a few > This
notice shall be
teed the altar table. and published
was attired in a beautiful blue friends. Arrangements of I II once each week for four consecutive
palms flanked the choir stalls in cushion-dotted early It> weeks in the Bradford County Teiegraph. -
nylon afternoondress
summer flowers were used to ad- t .
the church sanctuary. with long torso effect, and I vantage in decorating the home for I I Dated this 10 day of Stay l9.5:

Miss Sue Purvis of Cornelia, full skirt. In her hair she wore a IL I the occasion. The hride'a table ,i i (OFFICALS5AT.ig'i.r Clerk of ).. A. Onh",
the Circuit Court
Ga. played the traditional wedding{matching bandeau of blue straw. was overlaid with a beautiful cutwork -, Wished when folks around here I Bedford Lake when Chesste Dev.I -ley Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

marches at the organ. Precedingthe She carried a cascade arrangementof cloth and centered with a Miss Ann Daniel of Dade City, first runner-up for the title of prayed for rain they wouldn't do!rick gave a weiner roast for I 5/l34t6 1I
ceremony James Davis sang yellow cymbidium orchids. three-tiered wedding cake embossed i Vickie who 10 I NOTICE TO APPEAR
Miss America man, that storm daughter, was (
Atlantic City last'! it so fervently ] ln Circuit
year was a Court.
Through the Years, and William performer at Bradford Cooaty
Dean Fowler of Manchester, Ga. with white rosebuds and lily-of- the annual Tuesday night was really a trash- :years old, and Joyce Ward who : Florida In fbanrery.iFank .
May Breakfast
Powell sang "Entreat Me Not to attended the groom as best man. the-valley. Balancing the center- of the Starke Woman's Club held at noon gulley-washer one !was celebrating her 25th birthday. S. Terpien. Plaintiff "s tie!
mover or
Leave Thee." Both are soloist Mr. and Mrs. Slade returned piece were burning white Wednesday lathe_ club house. Miss Daniel, an accomplished musician, I en J. Terpien, Defendant
tapersin I was puttering around in the kitchen We forgot to put in the cast of I| Case \o. 10-9SS
with the Glee Club and were a<:- Monday to their studies at Emoryat silver candle holders. as well as an outstanding beauty, will leave soon on a tour of Europe during the height of it whena !Mrs. Priest's kindergarten operet-i yodel To Appear.

compained at the piano by Mrs. Oxford University, where they Mrs. Herbert Prescott, Mrs. L. with a group from Southern College. bolt of lightning struck so';'ta "Sleeping Beauty" little 2yearj j To: Helen and address J. Terpien is: ,111 whose E. Oak-residence -

conclusion Jessie Goode of of Oxford. At the are both freshmen. C. McVay, and Mrs. James Harris close that sparks went flying out 'old Leigh Priest who will certainly land[Jersey.Avenue, PleasanUille, New

the wedding vows, Among the guests at the wedding presided at the punch bowl. and \, !of the -electric water heater switch-I' be capering on the stage at the You are hereby notified that a

Lord's the entire Prayer.Glee" Club sang "The, were Mrs. J. H. Griggs. mother Miss Mamie Henry cut the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Slade Mrs. J. S. Sapp box which made me speechless for,Legion Hall at 7:30 Friday night; cult Divorce for custody and support of

of the bride, Mrs. W. S. Sladeof cake. Hosts Is 1 18 few minutes guess that's whatit I along with the rest of the )'oungi i minor child

Th bride, who was given in' Douglas. Ga., and Will Slade. of After spending Mime time. with at BreakfastFor Birthday Honoree I I[ takes to shut me up but sterstry and get out to see it! I. above has been.named filed Court against and you cause in and the

marriage by her brother, Joe' Baxley] Ga. Among the class- their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Crock- Wedding PartyMr. Mrs. J. S. Sapp was honored I anyhow that rain was really a j Quite a nice party out at Key- you are required to serve a copy cf
Griggs chose for her wedding a' mates and friends of the couple rell left on a shrrt wedding trip the occasion of her 67th birthday blessing after weeks and weeks ]j stone Airpark last Saturday night your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the com

lovely white linen dress, poisedover from Emory, who also attendedthe in South Florida. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. anniversary with without any i!I when the Civil Air Patrol held a Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith Build-

a crinoline.skirt. Sequin- wedding, were. Ferrell Keaton Mr. Crockrell Is stationed at the entertained at a delightful break- given by her family a surprise at the party home The Woman's Club May Break..1,fund-raising dance and midnight and ing file, Jacksonville the original, Florida In the office of

studded lace flowers featured the Bobby Sasser Skippy Barkette, Green Cove Springs Naval Air'fast Sunday morning at their of .fr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp at fast certainly was a scrumptious I[buffet The Group Commander the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

collar of the dress, which was Gene Rackley, Joe Braddy, and Station and Mrs. Crockrell is em- home on Kingsley Lake for relatives -'Heilbronn Springs last Sunday. affair on Wednesday The clubhouse -. Col. Ashley, and wife were down before otherwise the the 13 day allegations of June.of 1955 said

Joe Dix. .. ployed at Priest's Store in Starke. and members of the Slade- I Around 50 members of was gaily decorated with jl from Jacksonville, and Capt. and .Complaint will be taken ai confess.
the ed
family by
For the present Mr. and Mrs. Griggs wedding party and out-of-]l 'were present to celebrate the I May Poles with pastel streamers. :.Mrs. Marvin and party attended This you.notice shall be published

(IW's CouncilMet Crockrell are making their home town gu&sts. 'occasion with the honor and miniature Southern belle dolls I from Palatka Frank Landrum tive once each week for four consecu

Last WeekPlans with Mrs. Prescott. Centering the buffet table i in ,Those from out of town included guests. i at each place setting the club I I I came all the way up from Brooks- Telegraph.Dated week. In tbe Bradford County

the living room was a silver compote Mrs. Sapp's sister Mrs. 'was honored in having Mrs. E. D.I|:ville for the event, and Callstreet this 6 day of May. 1955.
of gardenias, white gladioliand Pearce of the Florida!'was well represented by Don and SEAL) Cnaries A. Darby
to purchase a hand-painted Baptist Circles demons of Heilbronn Springs president Clerk of the Circuit Court
d delphium, and centering },,,-- -. -, Federated Woman's Clubs of!i Grace Page. Jimmy and Martha By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
of the Lord's
picture uiasiain
[ Supper were iff of
Met Hampton,
TuesdayThe another large table handsome |Moore, Jim and 5/13 4t 63
.made at a meeting of the Woman's: w& a- Airman 1-c and Mrs. Dolph Red- Miami as guest speaker and installing Elizabeth Sey- -

|Council the First Christian arrangement of pink peonies dish*of West officer Miss Ann mour. Wally Muhlhofer, Capt. and NOTICE TO APPEAR
of I Dora Alderman Beach, and I la Circuit <<
circle of C Court Bradford C. I
aDd blue delphinium in silver: R. Lovorn Baty
a and
Mr. Daniel of Dade City, runner jMrs. many others
and up Florida
Church held May 3 in the sane- the Baptist Cjhurch Mrs. S. E. Reyes and son,, |' la Caaaeery.
I II |tuary. The picture will be hungin met Tuesday .holder. The guests were seated uf. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard :. for :Miss America last year, cer- Squadron Commander Bert Gregorlo Bias. Plaintiff vs. Patricia -
afternoon 3
May at the home of tables in the adjoining recreation! Ray with Christoffers was well Vinje Bias Defendant
thrilled the audience pleased with
the church in memory of L. Mrs. Jesse Newsome. jand family of Jacksonville. tainly Case No. 10-986
room. I the turnout and that Xetiee To Appear
selections on her accordion j says plansare I
Simpson deceased. It Mr. I
was The To
meeting was opened with : Patricia Vinje
Simpson's plan to purchase this !prayer by Mrs. Dora Alderman Among the 21 guests on this Buffet Supper it was a well-attended affair, with already under way for enlarg- residence and address is Bias: 1S14 whose Tem

picture for the church before his occasion were Mrs. J. H. Griggs, members present from the Junior!ing the main reception room, so 1 pIe Street. Los Angeles, California.

.ii4I death, so the Council is carryingout ;votion.with Mrs. Newsome giving the de mother of the bride, and Miss Sue For Visiting Woman's Club, the CommunityClub !i the next supper-dance can be even suit You forDivorce are hereby notified that a

his wishes. Taking part on the pro- Purvis of Cornelia, Ga., Mrs. W.. ,,Glee at the State Farm, and the j bigger! and better custody and control of
gram were Mrs. Priest, ],(rs. Clark Club MembersMembers minor children
S. Slade. of Douglas, Ga. and Will Little Women's Club those Sorry to hear that Cliff has
"His! wife caught him winkingat The social meetings of the and Mrs. Alexander. among and t been flied against you In the
waitress Slade of Baxley, Ga. The party I of present ;,.Norma Currie will be leaving us I above named .Court and cause and
a Council will be held 1 Mrs. Emory at
Tuesday night, James Lewis, leader, Oxford I you are required to serve a
pre- copy of
was joined by the bride and groom L'jClee Club i Charlie Cowen's biology class I soon, but Cliff says its a little too your answer or
sided pleading
May 17, as follows: Circle 1, with at the business meeting and were entertained at a L to the
before they returned to school. 1 far to commute to Lake complaint on the Plaintiff
St. Augustine City r
buffet went on trip to every
Join the gay Mrs. Margaret Blankenship; Circle plans for missions were made. supper by Mr. and Mrs. T., a Attorney Gerald R. Hart, 202
I At the" H. Slade, Sr. Col. and the Alligator Farm and other day since his transfer to the FHA Smith Euilding, Jacksonville,
and lively bench 2, with Mrs. Havana Johns. close df the program : Mrs. T. 1'. j Floridaand
Mrs. New-some assisted Mrs. Miss Rosenberg Long, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, points of interest in that sectionlast .I office there The Currie house t file the original In

Who know the pleasureof Nat Williams, served refreshments.by ,Elected DirectorOf 'aDd Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany Saturday with the 25 here is ,up forsale, .. Note from.'I of the Clerk of the" Circuit the Court office on

hot lunch. BPW To Install Ga.. at the Offirer'a l"lflh students were intern Howard Edith Biggs (Decatur, Ga.) says I or 13 before day of the June. 1955

Officers MondayNew The Daisy Fowler circle met BPW Dist. 3-4 Camp Blanding Saturday evening. Camp, Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Nelson ,r that she and the children are corning otherwise the allegations; of said

Tuesday afternoon at the home of I preceding the concert at the First Green who drove the bus to the lake for the summer 'teased Complaint by yjou.will be taken a* con

GUIDON GRinGeorge officers of the Starke BPW Mrs. Freeman Register Sr., with Miss Delia Rosenberg of Starke Methodist Church, Starke. ,happy to report that Bob Sommeris "Leslie will spend as much time This notice shall be published

Mrs. Maxie Carter, leader was elected Director of District recuperating nicely out atLake I with them there as he can Pat once each week for four consecutive
Club will be held In the Catholic pre- arrangements of weeks In the Bradford
|siding. 3-4 of the Florida Federation of ioli glad iKingsley after being confined I I|jMcGriff will be leaving next week graph. County Tele
Center Monday night -at 8 o'clockwith lilies and snapdragons in
Mrs. Business Professional Women's pastel i for embarkation to Korea 'Heis Dated this 7 day of
Kopdousos Owner S. E. Sparks, chairman and to St. Vincent's hospital for several May 195S.
Dorothy Paterson of St. shades were placed at points (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A..
Augustine as installing officer. had charge of the program with Clubs at a meeting held) Sunday, of interest throughout weeks he hopes to be backin : currently enjoying a threeweeksleave I Clerk of the Circuit Darby Court

Starke, Fla. Preceding the installation, a covered Mrs. R. A. Thomas taking part. April 24, in the George Washington The linen-covered: buffet the table lounge. [ the pulpit at the Methodist at home after completing a By Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

dish supper will be served. Mrs. Lex Green WMU president, Hotel Jacksonville. Mrs. Desta centered with was Church next Sunday .i i four-month Adjustment & Procurement 5/13 4t 6/3

1_ met with the circle. Dyal, also of Starke, was elected a lovely arrangement Hear that and course with the Air

------.-. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. At the close of the Meeting- -.. the--. District Secretary with Miss Margaret shaded of flowers snapdragons and the and mantel pastel! Linsin are opening Ducky a branch Linniej storein ,(Force in Wyoming .

hostess, Mrs. Register, served re Linkous of Jacksonville held a center Keystone Heights around the Well Seems to be-all for now I

GRADUATION GIFTS GALOREAT freshments. Beach, Assistant Director. leaves arrangement and pink and of white magnolia 1st of July congratulations! j j. See you in the next 1:1

Reports were given by all club .gladioli. guess the person who attempted ; -Carolyn.Teachers .
OUR STORE Knight circle, Mrs. P. T. presidents with the Starke report The' to steal some clothes off Jerry !
Noun leader 30 members of the Glee
.met Tuesday night, given by retiring President, Miss Club. Gay's line will think twice 1 before
May 3. in the educational building: [,enjoyed this affair with their hosts. I! Named
LOVEBRIGHT Pat Lambe. The Starke club won I trying again t'was last Thursday
with Mrs. .
Jerry in
Gay charge of the $25 award given to the club night when Muriel got up to
the program. :Mrs. J. I UDC By School Board
T. Lawson with the highest percentage of attendance Meeting tend the baby and before she turn- 0 -

DIAMONDBridal gave the devotional, and topics at all four annual district I Held At LawteyMrs. ed the lights on she spotted someone L I
were discussed by Mrs. Noun : '
Nat Mrs. meetings and also a $5 award for in the back yard helping j I At a recent meeting of the

Sets Hostesses Dankel and Mrs. Cay. the highest percentage of emblem George Roberts and Mrs. himself to their clothes on the,I)[Bradford Board of Public Instruc-i

!Mrs. for the meeting were wearers. A $5 award was madeto Effie Miner were cohostesses'Wed- I line Jerry tried to reach the':tion, the following teachers werereappointed
Wiggins and Mrs. Harry the Lake City club for the and, not : for the 1955-56 school
Large Selection : Hatcher Jr. being nesday of last week at the homeof |police by phone getting.t
,first club in the District to stabi- the former in Lawtey when they any help in that direction, he took year:

EXPERT WATCH REPAIRINGWilliAM'S lize their membership and add five entertained members of the W. T. matters in his own hands and shot:: !! Bradford High School-Robert
Gaines Honoree new members during the past year. Week's chapter, UDC. Arrangements at the culprit with a shotgun Blankenship Mona Canova, Emily
At Stork ShowerMrs. The speaker for the meeting was of spring flowers were used. he aimed at the man's feet so as'i Carpenter, Thomas L. Casey, Ava:

JEWELRY Miss J.rarie.Bowden.. of Leesburg in decorating the home for the not to hurt hime and he got:: Lee Edwards Sheppard Faber frte COLD CUMATtS.DCER HAVt A I
L. M. Gaines was honored I State Third Vice President She meeting. away !:Paul C. Hutchins.. Louis Juister, rIP4L.THICK FUR UHDtt THCIO

: 151 W. Call St Phone 375 at a lovely stork shower Tuesday 'conducted an afternoon workshop Ion I Reports from the cemetery com Understand Max and Kate/'''Edith Keifer, Ralph Knight, Jusi i HAIR THAT KEtW THEM WUtt

Starke, Fla. evening_ given by Mrs. W. B'I| Club Protocol I mittee. Memorial Day- committee..Wimberly will return here and I tug Mainor.- Lennard, Register- i The BCLLJXGTON STUDIO

TTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSpeco Aiunay jr. at her home on Church Miss Rosenberg installed officers I and tea committee were given. open their house on Church street. ,_'coach< Joseph Wood, Delle Wilkinson AND GIFT SHOP has

r Street. I for the Lake City Club last Thursday -;In the Memorial Day committee May 15 after living in Mulberry I Della Rosenberg. thing necessary to every.

A pink, and white color motif evening and for the MacclennyClub report it was announced that 52 for the past three years Judy.1.j Starke Elementary Lucile fine give you

Big 8-Piece |was carried out in the flowers Tuesday evening. She was Confederate flags were used and and Richard Cunningham have i ]Brown, Margaret Walters (new photography work. Why

used throughout the party rooms. accompanied by :Mrs. Desta Dyal, 32 American flags. moved to Keystone, where they 'this yearX) Geneva Franks, .Betty r not start an album of TOUT

BUNK BED The diningroom table was overlaid District Secretary.Presbyterian. Plans were made for the annual have bought a home Connie!.(;May, Ernestine McRae, Betty Sar j children? Have their picture

I with a lovely white cutwork cloth picnic to be held in June. Mrs. W.'and Jean Clark of Valdosta, Ga.'j''gent, Minnie Lou Patray, Laurie taken each year and make a

OUTFITSAVE and centered with an artistic arrangement Circles G. Haile, president, presided over.'have moved into the Newcomb i Mullins; Ernestine Register,Jonnie; book of them you'll be

of pink and white pompoms the business session. house on S. Orange St. Connie('[;Sue Urquhart, Delores McKnight, glad you did. .

iris and pink radiance roses. Met Tuesday NightCircle is employed at Humphreys 1 jTommie' Nolin, Vivienne Knight,

Mrs. Gaines received many love Sharon and Brad Locke are moving -;J. B. Dick.
$20 ly and useful gifts. one of the First Presbyterian Pupils Of Mrs. Davis I from the Thomas house onj L I Junior uzi
Women of the Church Lawtey High! -Eva Gru-
Assisting Mrs. Mundy in serving met Will Be HeardIn Washington St. this weekend to
man, Marian Conner, Mary Faulk UDIOANDGiFTPCOLONIAL
Tuesday night at the home of Mrs.K. .
were Mrs.
/ Freeman the Wells .
Register Jr. garage apartment
ner, Bethna Estes James Smith.
G. Duncan. The Recital I 19
program was
Ben Mizell, and Mrs. J. B.. i in Leila Mundy received a phone!| Hampton Elementary J.
of Mrs.
charge David Montgomery '
call Wed. a.m. from Donie Moore
chairman. Mrs. Ellery M. Davis will pre- 1,Waters, Floy Sullivan, Janie Noe, !
in Gainesville that her granddaughter T
Circle Two met at the home ofMrs. sent her piano pupils in a recital'I Mattie Ellis.
Circle Dorothy Steele Monk
Four WSCS Jack Dempsey in Gainesville,: Thursday evening. May 19, at 8 I had a baby daughter born that R. J. E. High (negro)-Elizabeth -.. .. .... ,., ,
7995 Met o'clock in the Woman's Club. j Givens, Maurice J. White, ..--. -. -
Monday with Miss Midred -- "
NightCircle Ayers as co- morning .. Dorothy has many Mlnez, Butler -- -- --
,.. Roosevelt Dell Jr..,
-, hostess. A program on "The New. The pupils taking part are: Nita friends here who will be happy to I'Edna

4 of the Methodist WSCS ness of Life" was presented ty P Alvarez, Randine Chism, Kath. know of the event she is in the I IAlach.ua M. Kennedy, Betty J. Thomas -
,- met in the recreation Miss Louise Stern. leen Conway, Janice Conner Frances S. Pierce, Sallie C.
-' building :Mrs. John I IMiOfl ,. ,An hospital IC3-C Roberttefanelli j
"be bunk bed Monday night with Mrs. ,-chairman gela Elder, Sally Ann i Price, Mellonease Taylor.
)lay used as a Henry presided over the Epperson, was home on a 3-day f j

crasseparatetniflb0Ut'fit Godwin and Mrs. William ThompSon business meeting. Vicki Devrick. Agnes Douglas, pass over the weekend in time to'j'belle Wateroak Elementary May-
.E. Roberts Rachel Donald.
Solve your sleeping as hostesses. Circle Three met at the home of Joalyce Graham Charlene Hardy, celebrate Mother's Day and his FLORISTPHONE
Mrs. L. County Wide (White)! H. Gibson
K. Chase *
gave the Mrs. C. W. Hitchings at 6:30 fora Hardy, David Haines, Mark- father's birthday which also fell

problem t Solve your! devotion and Mrs. R. S. Mulling covered dish supper. :Mrs. Robert t ley Ann Johns Wayne Kinney, on May 8 ... Bob has been on a General Supervisor; Charles
floor spare problem and \ had the ::1... Overturf, Speech Correctioni&t; 218
I ... program on Deaconess Paterson presented the program, Jimmy Lawson, Carol McRae, 3-months cruise to Cuba and
pocket whooping $20 to ", '...!t1 : ; Work.- Those taking part were with Mrs. J. R Kite assisting. Anne Matthews, Jean Mundy, Puerto Rico .. hear that Oleeta i Bill Patray, Slow Learners; Florence ,

boot. You get 2 MapleS Jrrs.Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. Lola Mrs. L. H. Gibson, chairman, con Franklin Ritch, Carol and Burge Hardenbrook is flying in this Jennings, Visiting Teacher. (j)
Garbett Mrs. Thompson, :Mrs. Leo Searing, Michael Sheppard, Hilma County Wide (Negro)-Ozora
toned bunk beds 2 comfortable i.- ducted the business meeting. weekend from Houston Texas to\\,
mattresses 2 Champion, Mrs. Godwin and :Mrs, Tanner, Harold Typs, Linda Was- visit her mother, Boots Green ]Johnson, Supervisor, Earl E. Mix-

deluxe springs Guardrail Sara Anderson. \VSCS Notice din, Marie Lizinbee, Judy Gatta she will be joined later by her ott, Music Supervisor. FLOWERSFor
Mrs. Edward Schawb and"Mrs..!. and WandaTfl. husband. Sgt. Don Hardenbrook Teachers who have a continuing
and ladder!
W. L. Miller were welcomed as The regular program and busi The public is invited to attend. who is due to go to Europe around j contract.are not subject to annual AQ Occasions

new members. An election of officers i June 15 gre-appoinment.!
ness meeting of the" Methodist hear that Ruby !
Get Several At This Price
took I
of the place at the conclusion WSCS will be. held Monday afternoon Jaycee Outing is on two weeks vacation and just)! DISH GARDENS
I meeting. at 3:30 o'clock in the church! taking it easy .. j i NOTICE TO APPEABJ POTTED
STEAMER CHAIRSling sanctuary.The Set For Saturday Several teenagers surprised Tlrralt Comrt. Bradfr4 Coati. PLANTS

.49 Clay County PTA program will be in chargeof [Bobby Sapp with a party Saturday I Robert Florida B. !.Cansev C'a.eery., Plaintiff. ve. POTTERY

Seat Steamer Chair Solid 9 Council To MeetThe the treasurer-at-large, Mrs. W ,,. The Bradford County Jaycees evening on his 17th birthday ,Roberta Hodges Causey, Defendant.
I this Cage No. 10-993
comfort for those hours of relaxation B. Parks, assisted by the treasur,T IwCl at Ed enjoy Kehr"s an outing Saturday: |Larry Linsin who was 11 on Fri I otln T. Appears Flowers 'Wired

Sturdy oak frame Back adjusts Clay County PTA Council ers of the circles! Mrs. J. H. Fields; I Lake. Starting cottage time on is Keystone set at'|I day and his sister, Marlene who (residence To: Roberta and Hodges address Causey is: 509 whose Chaf-

to 3 positions. will be held Wednesday, May 25 j, Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. 2 and was 9 on Saturday entertained ata fee Avenue, Augusta Georgia. AnywhereINona
will be
at 10 a.m. in the Carl Hunter. pjn. small! theatre party Friday afternoon Ton are hereby notified that a
REG. $2.79 Keystone Heights served about 6 o'clock. All suit for divorce
Womans Club. All new membersand This will be the annual I, members for, a few of their friends has bees filed against you in the' St Starke
pledge are invited to bring their and another combined birthday I above named Court and cause and

I friend are urged to attend. I meeting. I wives and dates. j.1 TI't"V w cr c.1rl ,h?,.".,V ...;", + .,+ .you,..-...are-.-required., -- -to' serve" a copy. "of .-

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;-and :Mrs Manley ; ;eii; I! Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and xjT } _

and three sons of Jacksonville 'son, Robin, spent the weekend in

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. :Ocala with their parents, Mr. and

W. H. Graham and Mr. and Mrs.D. Mrs. George Maims and Mr. and -

A A. Montieth at the Alvarez Mrs. L. T. Izler. Ii'k .

cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez spent the j .
weekend in Port I' 1 ;.. .; f -- ---i ,
Mr.: and Mrs. Olin White Jr. and Myers with Mr. : r

son, Bobby, are spending this weekin and Mrs. R L. Alvarez. She also ..

Jackson, Tenn. with Mr. White's spent Monday and Tuesday in Winter .l-.\ Humphreys Gold Staff Has Delightful Ladies Night Party '
Haven with Mr. Alvarez and
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and ...... > ,

Mrs. Floyd Boone, who will return friends. The Officers Club at Camp Standing was the scene ofa At table (above I left) are Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Gray, I ;. '
visit here. i iYrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and ; ,:;.,
with them for a I .
: gala party Thursday night of last week when theHuniplireys Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Denny, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pearson :1t. t
W. A. Colley and son Carr family ,spent Sunday with Mrs.Hardy's '
Gold supervisory staff of Trail Ridge and J. I". Farad, ana Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mulling.At .. -i -,
spent Mother's Day in Winter I sister and mother, Mr. \ .,
Highlands mines were joined their wives and dates t''.
Haven with :Mrs. tolle/a son-in- and Mrs. C. C. Deas and family by table (center) are Mrs. John Towers :Mr. and Mrs. ,. -
Mrs. Mattie Barry in Haines for a festive ladies night went Bart Holm, )Ir. and Mrs. Carl 11. .
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.I land' 'L 1 ; Ft'ndrickIr.: and Mrs. -
ICity. A delicious chicken barbecue was served buffet Jim Saunders and Mr.
Sam Gillisple. supper anti Mrs. J. L. Hetherington. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. \\Yiehel head

Miss Betty Sue ,Alvarez of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and ____ I __ __ L : style and enjoyed at tables placed on the club's patio, Ser\lnR themv-hes at the buffet (top right) are.Bart for patio table with plates of savory -
Gainesville spent the weekend with daughter, Martha, visited Mrs.
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Vera Bryant in Jacksonville on Mr. and Sire. Bill Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Don bordering' Kingsley Lake. Afterhe supper, dancing wasenjoyed Holm, Mrs. Tom Carey Bill Beam, and (doing a boardIng barbecue. Mr. \\eithrt is

and Mrs. Carl Sapp. Sunday I'age pause uhile dancing for an exchange: of until a late hour. house reach) Ed Kehr and Don Page. superintendent of both the Trail

Week-end Special 1 Rack of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazelwood I pleasantries. -Polaroid 1-MInute Phc.itos by the Telegraph- Ridge; and Highlands plants.and .

Cotton Dresses $7 and $9 at visited Mr. and Mrs. _Leo I
I'Lemmerman in Gainesville Sun-'
Leila's. on
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Dr. M. B. 'Herlong was in In Circuit NOTICE TO APPEAR I, you are required to serve a copy of 'tnd file the original In the officeof file the original in the office <>'
Little Wayne Charles Fields, son Court. Bradford County your answer or pleading to tht the Clerk of the Circuit Court the Clerk of tha Circuit Court on 01
day.Mrs. Jr. and children to on
of Monticello from Monday Florida! In Chancery.
and S.
Lane and Mrs. Ed Charleston, complaint on the PlalntifftAttorney or before the
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields of Mary Donald D. Franco i 13-day of June, 1955; I before the
Plaintiff, '
Mrs. J. W. Griffin of Ochloknee, Thursday attending a class reunion vs. T Frank Landrum I otherwise the allegations of said 13 day of June, 1955;
Jacksonville, was christened by Ensor of .Jacksonville spent Domenica Franco, Defendant.Case Starke, Florida I Complaint will be taken ,
Mother's with their mother Ga. were weekend guests of Mr. and medical meeting.Mr. Xo. 10-985 and file the original In the office' by as confessed otherwise the allegations uf.l (
Rev. T. G. Mitchell at the Lake Day :Notice To AppearTo of the Clerk of the Circuit I you. I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Snd Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. on This notice sSkii be publishedonce
Shore Methodist church on Sun- Mrs. Bertha Pearce. : Domeak-a Franco, whose resi or before the 13 day .,f June. each week for four by you.
Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. Titus Mrs. Comer Long and daughter, and baby son. Brad, returned to dence and address Is: :24! Walnut 1955; otherwise the allegations of in the Bradford c.nsecutlnweeks This notice shall be published
day. the County Tele-
Attending christening
Street Saratoga Springs Xew York. said Complaint each week for four consecutive
Louise are Mrs. Lake after will be taken as I' raph. nce
from Starke were Wayne's grandparents Olson and Mrs. L. D. Green at- visiting Long's their home at Kingsley You are hereby notified that a confessed by you. 1 bated ,weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
this .
mother-in-law Mrs. F. H. in Orlando.Mr. suit for 11 day of May 1955.
Long, spending several weeks This notice. shall be : graph.
Mr..and Mrs. Olin White, tended the Methodist WSCS district Divorcebas published 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
once week this 12 of 'Iay. 1955
while earn for four Dated day
Comer is in the Canal consecutive,
Zoneon Clerk
of of the Circuit
Sr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields, and also officers training class in Wil- business. Mrs. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly above been filed against you in tht- weeks in the Bradford County Tele. I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
F. named
Long also Court and cause and graph '
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and liston on Wednesday.Mrs. Eagle Lake visited Mrs. 5/IJ U 6/3 Clerk of the Circuit Court
has visiting her her YOU are required; to ferve a copy 01 Dated this 11 day of May, 1955. : Clerks
daughter Deputy
week By Marian L. Crosby.
v the
Herbie. Green and family over your answer or pleading tt the OFFICIAL
son, .. L. .E. Jordan of Ovieda is complaint SEAL) Charles A.Darby 1 :\OTICIJ TO APPIMltIn nJt 6 tIn
1 Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll of Jack- on, the Plaintiff Attorns Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. Peggy Shaller and nephewand spending this week with Mrs. T. sonville. end.Mr. Gerald It. Hart ZO! Smith Build By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I Circuit Court, Ilridlttrd County ... ,
Florida In Chancery. rirrmit (sort. Bradford C ty
niece Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Griffin, Miss Annie Darby and and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and ing: Jacksonville Florida 5/13 4t 6/3
Mrs. S. J. Edwards of Jackson- 'I *n White. Jr. and daughter of Miami, Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Mr. Jordan ville is this week son, Harold, visited relatives in !he Clerk of the Circuit Court on NOTICE TO APPEAR Helen Joanne Malone Defendant. John J. O'Malley. Plaintiff. \ E\"
spending with Chattahoochee last weekend.Mr. or befo're the 13 day of June. I. Circuit C.urt M. O'Malley. Defendant.Case
spent the past week with relativesin will Join them over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Carrie Adams. 1355; otherwise the allegations of In Bradford Conty.Flurldat i Case No. 101006Nolle Xo 16-99i
and Mrs. W. A. Stern and Thanccr Order Of Publication And Notice la
and Mrs. Paul Miller and said
Nashville Tenn. Complaint will be taken To
Hollis'V. aa Gloria Levine Plaintiff;, Murray Appear Florida Tut
Knight spent a few Appears State of
Mr. and :Mrs. R. R. Hutchins Dr. Abraham Silvers of Miami days in New York daughter Louise, attended the confessed This notice by you.shall be published Levine, Defendant. To: Helen Joanne Malone whose Evie M. O'Malley. whose residenceand
City recently on
spent the weekend in Eustis with Beach spent the weekend with business.Mr. Prudential Life Insurance Co. open :once each week for foul consecutive kotlre To Appear.To Case Xo- 10-1003 residence is Keller. Virginia, and address is Wolf Trap Itoad

Mr. and Mrs1. J. H. Hooten and Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. house .in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. weeks in the Bradford County Tele. : :Murray Levine whose resi whose address is Box 123, Keller, Route You 3 are. Box required 535. Vienna to appear, Va. oa
and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and and Mrs. Ralph Cox and graph. dence and address is: 755 Stone Avenue in the above named
Miss Montie Hutchins. W.L Haisten. Mrs. Miller is re- Dated this 7 day of May, 1955. Apartment 1, Brooklyn Xew Virginia.You June 13. iSIS .
J. D. Doyle visited Mr. and Mrs.J. maining with her parents for the family spent the weekend in Fitzgerald daughters Cynthia and Priscilla. -OFFICIAL SEAL charles A. barb) York. are hereby notified that a Court seeks divorce.and cause. wherein plaintiff
I Ga. with relatives. Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court Ton are hereby notified that suit (or shall
of Live Oak were guests of a Bradford County Telegraph
B. Doyle in Jacksonville on week. 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk suit forDivorce Divorcehas
Sunday.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wylie of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong are D. L. Silcox on Sunday. !I 5/13 4t3 custody and control of been filed agalnt you In the publish weekly Issues.this Order in next four
: spending this week in Jacksonville I Ed Parker and Gene Lee were in minor child above named Court and cause and Witness my hand and official peal
W H. Struth and daughter Houston, Texas were Sunday hag been filed against you IB the you are required to serve a copy of 1935
visiting their children and families.Mr. Orlando visiting }.Ir; and NOTICE TO APPEAR above at Stark. Florida this May 10.
their niece :Mrs. Seeber Sunday Circuit named Court and cause and your answer or pleading to the complaint Charles A. Darby
Kate, had as guests during the guests of a Court Bradford Ceiaty.Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL)
and Mrs. H. L. Hill and Mrs. J. C. Parker.Mr. IChancery.. you are required to serve a.-copy of on the Plaintiffs As Clerk of Said Court.
weekend Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Goodman and family. children of Shreveport, La.: were' Thomas'and Peter Zitz Plaintiff, vs. Ante Zitz. your answer or pleading to the c6m- Attorney T. David Bums 308 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Mrs. E. D. Pearce of Miami, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Herb [ defendant. plaint T on Frank the Plaintiffs Landrum. Attorney Starke Guaranty Life Building, Jacksonville ('has. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life

Struth of Jacksonville, Mr. and president of the Florida Federated daughter, Kathleen Case Xo. 10-1004 Florida Florida Bldg.. Jacksonville Fla.
Barney McRae, Sr. The McRaes attendedbase-I JTotlre To Apprn Attys. for Plf. 5/IJ 4t 6. J
Mrs. W. W Page Jr. and daughter Woman's Club, and Miss Ann entertained at at ball games in To: Ante Zitz whose residence .
a picnic supper and address is: Alekrandravo Xo.
Ocala last
Merrill Lynn, of Lake City, Daniels of Dade City were over- Strickland's on Kingsley Lake Friday. ; 63. Otolt Krk Yugoslavia.
and Mrs. Esther Johnson of Plant night guests Tuesday of :Mrs.C. Mrs. R. A. Thomas had as week You are hereby notified That a VISIT
Sunday evening for their guests. suit for CALL WRITE
City. L. Scholl at El Rancho Motel Also enjoying the affair were Mr. end guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Divorcehas
Mrs. M. F. Brown spent Friday Fowler of Winter Park and Mr.
J I and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. of been filed against you in the
Tuesday in Tallahassee attend- and Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas of Wild. above named Court and cause and
i I Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Al HarleyIII I
ing the FSU Flying High circus. wood. FINANCE INC.
Mr- and Mrs. F. M. Crawford MARION COMPANY
Mr. and :Mrs. ;Stanley McCaskillof Week-end Spt''laJ-t Rack of ,
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I WANTED
Jacksonville were :Monday Cotton Dresses $7 and $9 at
Conner and Mr. and Mrs. CaryNUM.orth.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. .Leila's. P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE
RetailGroceryman --
Fancher.Chiropractic. I Mrs. Herb Thomas and daughter Experienced
I ,Mrs. Wallace Faulk and daughters -
Kathleen, visited :Mrs. Thomas' To ,-
Martell and Marion of Jacksonville -.
mother Mrs. Irene Roberts, on 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Talent Show
attended the
Mother's Day. Manage StoreIn
last Friday night in which Martell.
Paul Knight of New York City 1 "
participated as a ballet, dancer. Starke ?
spent last week in Starke with, 3
[.s not limited to the correction I Mrs. Faulk and daughters spent his mother, :Mrs. D. E. Knight I $25.00 LUANS'$300'OO' : ;

LOCAL OR LONGDISTANCE : t>f headaches and back I the night with her parents, Mr. while on vacation. Mr. Knight returned \Vrite .
aches but is very effectivein and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. GROCERYMANCare
to New York last weekendby
correcting asthma, sinusitis I Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Tenly of plane to resume work'with the I Bradford County S
heart and digestive Gainesvillewere weekend guests National Broadcasting Co. Telegraph PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT
S SAFE of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly.
disorders liver kidney
Mrs. Robert Chapman under1 Starke, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dennis of I
ailments etc. ; .
Vincent's Hospital
at St.
DEPENDABLE went surgery ---- -- -
Since the nervous system Fort White visited Mrs. E. C.\. Tuesday morning.

S ECONOMICAL controls the function of Priest last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Toppins
each organ of the body a Mrs. G. S. Brown and children I'Jr. and children of Jacksonvillewere S

PHONE 311 nerve pressure can produceany I spent Saturday in Jacksonville.Mrs. II guests of her mother, Mrs. .

of the above mentioned H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. Mayme Toomey1 last Wednesday.Mrs. You'll ,

250-J disorders.IN J. E. Futch of Starke and Dr. and : T. L. Casey and Mrs. Elvin _

or Mrs. M. C. Stith and daughter,!Casey were shopping in Gaines- , .
STARKE ITS Sandra, of Falls Church, Va. are ville Monday. _____
Agents For .
spending this week at the Brownlee '
DELCIIER BROS. YOU'LL: LOVE the new Ester- go .
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC cottage at St. Augustine -- .
Beach. brook parse-size fountain pens In

shades. $2.58 at Bradford -
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and pastel .

R. B. ALVAREZ I son, Jimmy, of Tampa were guestsof County Telegraph. : .... the ...----_ .
CLINIC Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Scott, and .'

W. Kincaid over the weekend. Mrs. Elmer L. Johns and son. Lar- ""* -*-,.
Transfer and 3 blocks north of Post Office '' II. n '. :.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and ry Alan all of Gainesville, were .. --- .... .
Storage Co. Phone 108 family were in Jacksonville Sun- dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and '. o .

Office hours dally except Than. day visiting Mr. Yancey's parents, Mrs. J. T. Quigley. '.' : .- I

Ferryman Bldg. 9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Yancey. Kenneth C. Grider recently received ,

S. Court St. Starke Fla. Evenings and Thursdayby Mjr. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, a diploma from the Interna- .: .....

appointment Jr., Mr. and :Mrs. S. G. Denmark, tional Correspondence Schools, .

P Dr. and' Mrs. Seymour :Marco, Mr. Scranton, Pa., following completion r ...":1..",<.. "
and Mrs. Ned Yancey and Rep. of in small business
a course ..J..
t .._..
-F: :' _. .. : and Mrs. Doyle Conner attendedthe management Mr. Grider is em- I. l&nnflr

Speaker's Ball in Tallahassee ployed as assistant manager with =,.., ........ -,
Wednesdayevening. Denmark Furniture Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kyle: and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and ,

son, Kenneth, Jr., of St. Augustinewere daughter Carolyn, spent the first r- '

Sunday guests of Mr. ,and of the week in Fort Myers visit- r
Mrs. P. }t Barefoot. .
Crews' Ji
ing Mr. '?'
Dedicated To Community Service Mrs. B. C Holtzendorf, Sr. and
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" son, Ben Jr., visited Mrs. Holt- ,. J -.s1. --. _-u --. .--- .I,4c fl
zendorfs mother, Mrs. R. Kool-

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad beck in Jasper on Sunday. Mrs.

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Holtzendorf Jr. is spending this DAEK

week in Miami with her parents FL-:

L Sat., May 14-ONLY Sun.. :Mon., and Tues. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Daniels. L STARKE J ,.'- '- '. S .

DOUBLE FEATURE May 15, 16, 17 Mrs. Eva Chancey of W. Palm S. 444'

Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yancey '
Sun., Mon., and Tues.
CRIME.CRAZED KILLERS TU and Mrs. Manies Chancey of Patat-I May 15,16,17DOUBLE
) .
tIW.Y! THE 6 ka and Mrs. George
*.virw*your fcvcot edventyrt oc; i Ocala were guests during the! ,

iJn a dynomlg lMU2e
.. Andrews.Mrs. Agar and Rosemarie Bowe --,.. .- S
-- E. L. Stewart of Camp -And- I c& !

Blanding had as guests Sunday, .-,r HoMej; C.A Cmraf Moto Val",.. i

Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of Lady From LouisanaWith

I Tampa, Mrs. M. H. Colley and son,' Ona Munson and John Wayne AND YOU'LL "GO" FOR THE PRICE TOO I

1ERUN 1YE Jerry, and Mrs. J. F. Houser of Plus Color Cartoon for Children 000 ,

UGQSSUnHBNUCG01 Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. .

9 'Keller and son, Bill of Gainesville. Wed.. Thur.-May 18. 19 Has the car of your dreams always been just out _ _ _ _ _ I
; PICTURE Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and DOUBLE
A REPUBLIC of reach? Veil, for action-"Rock.et" !
children in prepare "ROCKET FOR EVERY POCKET
spent Sunday Way- GOG FOR '68 \
'ftion! For if can fit new car into your
you any
4' '( cross, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. '
And find for !
yoa'U one priced Just right you Owott :
Richard Constance Dow ling
Egan, oiture,you can take title to a dazzling new Old-
/ Dankel. from thirteen gorgeous models in OUntobfc't three
Plus "Inkl At The Circus" Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brockman of -And- mobile for '55! Doubtful? Just take a look at ourprice -.- ------- thrSSng teriei !

And Latest World :News Hialeah spent the first of the week O. Henry'sFULL and try to sit still! This big, beautiful"Rotket" bwrious Ninety-Eight,
Engine Oldsmobile makes the low / :, Ike brilliant Superpriced
with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Devrick.Mr. "
FREEMAN REGISTER and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and HOUSEWith lines seem "way out ofline"! That's *hy '"_ ___ priced 8304 881 the budget-Old*

to MONTEREY family of Jacksonville spent the Fred Allen and Anne Baxter you don't have to"sit this dream..,"! You can ,. I, aobfe "88- 2-Door

:r... "lIlII. .. I ," Fri. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Plus Cartoon for Children take command of a Rocket 8"today! Stop ra$4 tt Budroted.
f 1" ( Wed., Thurs., and Hutto and family.Mr. GO AHEAD DS1VE IT YOURSELF! I I IcD

\4L ? :'' ,., -I' May 18. 19, 20 and Mrs. G. B. Colson of Fri.. Sat.-May 20 21

JIWM.LANLANEAnd.1" l --- Brooker spent Mother's Day with DOUBLE FEATURE L..D SVI! C E3 I L..E:
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Mr. Belvedere

i family.

__, ... .. '<<: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stanley of Rings The Bell Can Yw See, Steer, Slop Safelyt Check Your Cor-Cfcedt Accidents'
tIC""" \ t.,, .7
Sleeping TigerWith -oX Bradenton were weekend guests of Clifton Webb and Joanne Dru "SEE YOU NEAREST OLDSMOBILC DEALER

Ir crAec Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner at
Smith and Knox the State Farm. -AndPecos -

Plus "Goo Goo Goliath" Cartoon &; Waftllttlat.nil wt rr"'ecTM. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and River TORODE CHEVROLET COG

Chap. No. 6 Serial son, Sonny, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starrett, Smiley; Burnett

Plus "Shell Shocked Egg" Cartoon t Randal Chatty were in Gainesville Plus New Serial Chap. No. 1

Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs. W. :"Great Adventures of apt Kidd I STARKE FLA.
OLIN W. WHITE And Latest World News PHONE 111 ,
H.Tenly and family and Mrs. Julia And Color Cartoon

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__ FRIDAY MAY 18, 1935 \1
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVT'STATEFARM children spent Mother's Day with lovely affair with the "Bradleya a trophy-winner of the ArcadiaJr. the foreground. Leading blendsare accentuate the long look. bold stripes to delicate prints are YOFLL LOVE the new Ester-
.. Mrs. Collins'parents, Mr. and :Mrs.J. I were Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley Woman's Club in the DeSoto silk-and-cotton, Dacron-and- Airy shirtwaist dresses in printed other favorites. Sheer cottons, :brook purse-size fountain pens in
C. Yarbrough of Macclenny. and children, and Mr. and Mrs. County Fair. Mrs. Richard and cotton and Orlon-and-cotton. woven and solid color sheer such as dotted Swiss, embroidered
They enjoyed a family reunion Seeber Rucker and children, all three other members of the club Promotional summer cottons are cotton fabrics will be popular. organdies, printed batistes, tuched pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford
while there. of Jacksonville, also }oil'. and Mrs. appeared on the float. ,. which they the Africana browns, khaki, tropical Full-bloused long sleeves and voiles and light lawn are always County Telegraph."TICKOFF". I
By Sirs. 0. E. Crosby Mrs. J. M. Bradley was surprised -Leslie Bradley and children. also constructed. fruit colors, and safari colorsin short puffed sleeves are significant popular and comfortable for Flor-
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Everyone with a birthday dinner! Chief E. D. Williams of the US- Hampton town council voted II. pale and brilliant hues. New- and are often incorporated in I ida's spring and summer.
When she returned from I N, who has been stationed in Ja- last week to order a siren for the est pinks are more "peachy," and shirtwaist styling. I Linen' is another fabric that
was very thankfulfor pan, and his father, spent last :town marshal's car, and requested the brilliant blue carry on success- Cottons take number rounds the spring and summer
the wonderful rain we had church her children had a bountiful week with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Marshall Markalee Norman to fully. One-piece dresses dominate one position fashion A SENSATIONAL NEW
Monday afternoon.Mr. table set, all ready for her. in new fabrics with woven
Roberts. make a closer check on under-age for spring and summer. DISCOVERY!
: and Mrs. H. 'Collins and Among those who attended this novelty cottons heading the. list.' Cotton lace ranks high for late-
drivers in Hampton. The remain-
Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and chil- The tunic is the newest
interpre- Typical of this Give your dog a capsule!
treatment dress.
are day Lace trimmings, suchas :
r-c visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- der of the 12 stop signs are to be tation of the lean
, ., -- : twopiecelook prints worked out on checked Rid him of Fleas & Ticks
val lace bands, Irish
this crocket,
wright and Mrs.'Theo Edwards in put up week it was an- for summer. Individual in ginghams. .
Lawtey Sunday.Mr. nounced to the council cut, tunics develop in three significant 'and Venetian-type lace collars are AT ALL DRUG STORES
.and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. Mrs. Wycoff principal of Pa- types: ((1) knee-length tubu- Patterned cottons ranging from summer signatures.
FARMERS SUPPLY Myrtle Anderson,*and little Doro-jlatka High School, was speakerat lar tunics, (2) the cutaway redingote .k-:
thy Jean Mixon, all of Starke Wednesday night prayer meet- type, and (3)) the belted hip- in'
I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. ing this week at Hampton Bap length tunic With a peplum ef !P". '
t A. R. JOHNSON G. Caldwell Sunday. Other guestsof tist Church. Malcolm Galbreathof fect. Color schemes feature the t"If
the Caldwell were Mrs. H. G. St. Augustine, who spoke -at dark tunic over a short, slim Ifwi
Yongue and son and daughterinlaw both services Sunday, was accompanied skirt to give a costume look. 'I
FEEDS <5 ,-Mr. and Mrs. A. G.-YongueJr. to Hampton by his wife Light tunic with a dark skirt is
several I ::
and son, and friends.
., and Mrs. Emery Dean of a dramatic two-piecer. :,1
Mr. and :Mrs. Owen Simmons coNRTUJAf1oN',I
Fairfield. and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson Necklines range from hlgn
GROCERIES lira. G. E. Crews and daughter, visited the Stephen Foster square cuts with deep backs and II II'I
Carolyn.. Mrs. Clarice Thompson, Memorial at White Springs last short sleeves to camisole sleeveless
and Miss Beverly Jo Crosby were week. tops with narrow straps. Wide ''I'II
visitors in Jacksonville Wednes flat collars in contrasting fabricsare I
s&r FERTILIZERSGet Pvt. Clarence Melton of Camp
day of last week. other eye-catching details.
Gordon, Ga., visited his parents, TO IIi.
*i Mrs. Lester Crawford of Jacksonville .Wide "frame. necklines are one .,
t Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton, in !:'I,
spent the'we.ekend. with Hampton last weeked. .,of the many cool summer styles. I, \n:
them to market on time the O. E. Crosbys. I Mrs. J. W. Horne accompanieddaughterUrs. All-pleated skirts or straight : '
Mrs. Ralph Hazen of Brooker her Dick Williams skirts are significant types thatLost I
was the weekend guest of Mr. to Tampa Thursday and visited I n I Canova's Pharmacy
t with and Mrs. Guy Edwards.v..v..yvvrevvvr. for son left the day.Tampa Mrs.by plane Williams Sunday and ,I I,G l ;: 1 1I'j

} n..yvn [morning to join her husband in I ,
RED &ROSE the Panama Canal Zone. ;

+ ': HAMPTONBy Mrs. Pauline Disney left by ON THE INSTALLATION OF A !I:[
me is money with bro0enTi plane this week, for several weeks
that's why Red Rose Guaranteed ? visit in : Iii!,
ti:. Mrs. D. E. Hill Chattanooga, Tenn. "
Feeds an M important.

out Red bat ROM with starts"early your nutritiolee troDers,,"- + I ... ......&.. ..VUAV11., I I and Mr.family and Mrs.of Jacksonville Charles Edwards were: NEW F RIG IDA IRE 1"1 1"17Y2
vigorously i iI weekend ate the home of V I
them growing Mrs. Helen Richard of Arcadia, guests I
right up to market time. The I I Mrs. Edwards' brother-in-law and i
valuable extra weight, better 'ti daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
sister, Mr. and Mrs.
R. O. Sim
| Color and better eU-round finish Adkins of Hampton, was a "cover I .
you get with Red Rote Feeds I girl" on the April issue of Telegraph -, mons. Your Policy?
I collect"bonu prices A-l Richard
bejftyctt May was home
\ News, national monthly of
From t fuUr atari to a better i. 11 I the Western Union. Mrs. Richard I for the weekend with his family I AIR CONDITIONER
tDh! |NdR\ dRote.
from Gunter Field Montgomery,
11 I formerly a WU employee in : If you're one of our clients,
Starke St. Augustine, and Daytona Ala.Mr.
of and Mrs.* A. G. Pope and don't You're still e
Phone I Beach, has been manager worry. pro- .
51-W Cor. & Tenth Sts.
Cherry / in
I .. the Arcadia Office for two years. son Beryl were Hampton for

.' ., .. I Pictured on the magazine cover the weekend visiting with the Ed- tected!
was the float, Fashion Fantasy, ward Melvin Saxons.Blount and son of Tarpon Just call on us fqr a free re Also To T. I. Mersereau Plumbing And Heating, and to

Springs and Preston Nettlesof
Lake Butler visited the .Raleigh .. placement. And while you're Wells Electric Co. For Their Part In The Installation Of

A Sensational Value Mr. Brannens and Mrs. Gerald last weekend.Adkins and here. let us give you the advantage This Equipment, and to The City Police For Their

Joyce Beal attended the open
house at the new Prudential Life of another free sen'- CooperationSmith's

Insurance Co. building in Jack- ice a review of your pres-
sonville Sunday. Miss Louise Ad-

kins, daughter of Mr. and Airs. ent protection needs.ECWaD .
A FULLY Adkins, is employed there, and ,
'N 0 w
new accompanied skyscraper.them through the I Garage

AUTOMATICPHIL.CO Mother's birthday Day were and Raleigh marked Brannen's witha AgencyPhone .

dinner at the Brannen home Sun- I
E day. Mr. Brannen's parents, Mr. : 146 E. H. SMITH I Ii
and Mrs. J. J. Brannen, and Mrs. 200 E. Call Street -

I Brannen's field, were mother guests., Mrs. Nora Lay- Starke Fla. Your Frigidaire Dealer I II

Mrs. P. L. Morris Sr. and Mrs.P. i _
L. Morris Jr. of Macclenny visit-
U .
ed the Gerald Adkins family in .
Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ..
s '' Prevatt near Hampton last week.
.t DELUXE Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainof r
Sanford visited Mrs. Jessie
Chastain in Hampton for the week-
II end.

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II 4 M t Cleaning By Elizabeth and Textile Dickenson Specialist Be alert! Look for the greatest truck I .

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SEW ITS SPRING economyadvancement in years- 5hort-Itrok..gln friction at modi at
tgnit ; 3'%. Piston rings tart up to 5325 longtr. You
This the home has
spring sewer to 1 of In 7. No wands
short-stroke lOve up gallon got
plenty of new materials and stylesto I t engine design. ONLY FGSDgives Ford with a0 Short Sfrok engines, was the only
4:$ iir" Att95 work with. Just take a look I leading truck maker to incregit sales In 19541'
I at the vast choice of new fabrics, you Short Stroke power in. every truck! .
trimmings, notions, and patterns
available. This spring the home J
seamstress can sew her way to a I
fashion success. .rMM J
Fabrics and trimmings become }

\4 L- more exciting each year. This
season the selections are breath'
taking. zr ,

Not A Strip Model Not A Standard terested Cottons in dominate woven novelties, with more to sup-in-

Not Close-Out. Not An Off-Brand cotton plement is prints.its shirtwaist Newest dresses aspect for of

all hours. Silks follow and blends

BUT A FULLY AUTOMATIC, DELUXE that pleat-retaining emphasize properties wrinkle-resistant are in, (

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Phil -1 t Y
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Six of any ad"mg nalet

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It costs lessJacksonville One Lowest priced 1 1va

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useful.Door has
1 0 PHILC I L 0 \ Twice shelves,all double depth.more Now Daytona Beach 2.40

four H gallon milk cartons on OrlanloSt __ 5.10
one shelf. Butter Keeper. Petersburg 4.00
New short-stroke V-8's revolutionizing truck
Removable Door Shelves. Lake CityLakeland .80 are
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Christian. Church Wall Presented C. Jones in charge of arrange- Chairman; Mrs. G. B. Colson and j Guests at the M. O. Ranch j;Neal, Mrs Flora Green and son,

.l OtDR Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastorSunday j ments. r Mrs. Doris Kelley, Enlistment home this weekend were Mr. and I Tommy, and Mrs. W. B. Bryan
25-Year Award Active pallbearers were A. J. i chairman; Mrs. L. L. Parker, Mrs. A. E. Raborn of Jacksonville ,'of Gainesville were in Jacksonville

3:45: Bible school classes By Insurance Group Thomas Sr.. Freeman Register Sr., 'Community Mission Chairman; who visited Saturday and Mr. !' on business Monday
-ICHUHCHEi for all ages. C. W. Colsoit, 3upt O. O. Webb, F. F. Flume I. E. [Mrs. R. F. Gano, Publicity Chair-''I and Mrs. V. L. Harrel of St. Pete, Mrs. E M. Hazen. who has been .

J Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Harold C. Wall of the H. C. Clark, and C. J. Powell.'YYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYTYYYYYY. ,man; and Mrs. Eugene Crosby, who visited Sunday i iI nil in the hospital is visiting her
worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- Wall Insurance Agency, representatives Children's Home Chairman. I I Mrs Aubrey Hazen and son, !I son and family, the W. M. Hazt'M.il .
deaver 6 p. m. Lubedia Pinholster Circle. 1 and, _

III-WAY CHAPEL of God Presbyterian Church I 7:30 Bible p. m.Study Wednesday.and Prayer. Meeting Co. of of New the York Fidelity, a member& Casualty com- BROO'KER{ Beulah"a l business Harrell meeting Circle at 2 the will Baptist have il 1 ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing m 4

(Assembly ) I IUTOMATIC
Womans Council 1st and 3rd pany of the American Fore Insur- Church, Wed., :May 18, at 8 p. m. Established 1894and ;
Bullock Pastor
E. ,
Harold Sat. 3 p. m.. Adult Choir practice .- All are invited to attend.
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.Irs.. W. L. ance Group, has just been presented Uy Folly Wait Jr.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Andrews, president. \\itq the company's engrossedscroll -us"f. '!r.",..._. ..- 1 .
Sunday School : a. m. Morn- a..AaAAAAaA..u44AL
ship Hour 11 a.m. EvangelisticHour Church located on W. Call and i A token of more than 25 j
7:45 pjn. Special service ing Worship 11 a. m., "The Testof wel- Adult ladies
Christian streets. A friendly years' representation. of the WMU met
presented by the Gideons. a Kingdom Subject." Youth come waits everyone. at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Dyal JS
The presentation was made by
Wed., 7:45 pan, Gospel Fellow- Fellowship 6 p. m., Gerry Gibson I Wm. F. Carter fieldman for the Tuesday, May 3, at 8 p. m.

ship Hour. and Ida McAliley, hosts. Evening Church of God company, and was accompaniedby The session began with a devotional -

," Worship 7:30 p. m., "The Good! a letter from President FrankA. by Mrs. 1.[. O. Harrell.
-- -, and .the Bad." I II I Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn Christensen: which said: "It is They named the union the "Beulah
Tues., 7 p. m., Adult Bible Class' ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- with great pleasure that my as- Harrell Circle" in honor of an
Wash Your Clothes
supper at the home of Mr. and, ning Service 7:15 pjn., Y.P.E. sociates and.I welcome you into active Baptist' who was elected
Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr., State Service Wednesday 7:45: pan, and the 'Old Guard'- that associationof first president at the organizingof
9 Pounds Farm. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45. p.m. agents and company employeeswho the WMS.

For 40c! Wed, 7:30: p. m.Prayer Meet- Sunday School Lawtey 10 a.m. Morning have been connected with the Officers elected were Mrs. J. ( Fastest CooMny)
ing and study of Job 1115. companies of the America Fore K: Douglas Chairman; Mrs. C. ,
11 YPE Serv
FREE Bleach If Desired! Thurs., 3:30: p. m.Junior Choir Worship 7:30 ajn. Insurance Group for over 25 B. Stallings, Mission Study Chair-
eWe practice. years. man; Mrs. E. L. Lester Program RANGE IN THE 'VORLD
"Our company has grown and

Will 4 St. Mark's Episcopal St. Edward's Church prospered greatly during the peru
od of association with _
Clothes your us PEST
Dry Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. I I and we wish to acknowledge your
For 20cIn Holy day masses, <6:30< a. m. and contribution to this success."
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal 8:30 a. m.Children's. TERMITESALL i I
New Automatic Driers! Church will be.as follows: Catechism Class each .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY ? TYPES OF
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church
Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Household Commercial
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- _
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 Keystone Heights HEILBRONNKy GROVE SPRAYING

p.m. Y. P. S. L. Sunday(Women's Mass 8 a.dub m. Call for estimate _(-T1 r Automatic
The WasheteriaTemple Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAA Florida Pest Control
Choir Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Handi-raise
and Meditation: 8 p.m. I
Confessions before all Masses. .AA
I | & Chemical Co.
Ave. Starke Practice. I BROILER
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jack- 2220 N.W 6th St. Ph. 6035
11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. OAK GROVE BAPTIST sonville visited' her mother, Mrs. Gainesville, Fla. '4 .. Turn meat up to tear. thendown
for broiling with.
,. ,Delores Carmichael last weekend. f out touching pan! (Second
< ._ __ :'n. -. :.. ..- :- -. .'- -: :- .-- : :- Oak Grove Baptist Church Mrs. Sarah Sapp is spendingsome = t ,, broiler h Super Oven]
time with Mr. and Mrs.
will observe Homecoming on Sun-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE day, May 15. Dinner will be served Harold Alvarez.
Mrs. Johnnie Bennett and chil-
I on the grounds at 1 p. m. \
The Bradford-County Singing Convention dren of the State Farm attended Automatic II
FLA. will be in charge of special church here Sunday night. Rota-Grill IIs
singing after dinner. Rev. W. O. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Collins, pastor, issues a cordial Leroy Norman Jr. on the arrivalof BARBECUEEnjoy ._-_,_
invitation to the public to attend. a son. Leroy Dale, on May 4. ".
meats and fowl at their
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
Farmers here are beginning to .. delicious barbecued best! ,
Phones Office 234 Paslorium 130 BROOKKK dust corn for ear worms. Surely

BAPTIST CHURCH makes the air bad to breathe, but
then it must be done if we are to '
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning have worm-free corn for the Automatic Giant

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. market. -
Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer SUPER OVEN
little af-
Had a shower Monday
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Meeting, 8 m.Rev.C. .
p. ternoon and it much ---
was very s -== Plus second Thrift Oven!
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVII at B. Stallings, pastor.PENTECOSTAL appreciated. We could surely use CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I e a Super Oven cooks complete meal .

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast_ Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. UGLINESS some more.Funeral. about this questionOur for 24...roosts 40-lb.'urhy...
Automatic Plug-In bak"l lt 8-kxh cake layertl

Sunday SChOOl CHURCH 10'ajn. .SundayFor maid slipped on a throw GOLDEN GRIDDLE
Morning Service 11 a.ml: Percie O'Steen Hotpoint PushbuttonShownModel. Rstge
Big enough for 12 kamb. ....., 9 fried
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. rug and fell, fracturing her .09*. 9 griddle! cake! RD23,
Prayer Meetings Wednesday Percie O'Steen, 60, resident of -::: now at low a*

FACTORY FACTORY night 7:45 p.m. Saturday night Lake. Butler, died last Friday arm. Will our Comprehensive NEW SUPER ,SPEED

morning following an illness of Personal a Cooks ALL ways automatically -
ENGINEERED EVERGREEN with pushbutton easel! Includes every CALROD HEATWorld's
APPROVED several months. He was born at '
BAPTIST CHURCH I Lake Butler, March 2, 1S95, and pay her medical and. hospital deluxe Plug-in feature Golden you Fryer ve for ever automatic wamca. fastest surface unit! $5.43
'SERVICE PARTS Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- locon, coffee 5 minule l
wash a veteran of World War I. and her deep-fat frying optional now or later. egoi m
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. expenses, perhaps Com in soon! Con of soup in 65 tecondil
Surviving are his wife, Ida
m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer
. Southerland O'Steen, Lake Butler; salary, until she is able to
'Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning Rev.Meeting J. E.Wednesday Lingerfelt 7:30 pastor.p. m. one daughter, Mrs. Lois Crawford, Your Present Stove Will/// Make Down PaymentCome

'Wrecker Service Starke; three sons, Ralph, Howard, workCharleyE.?
and James O'Steen, all of Lake
Sunday Hampton- Bible Christian School Church 10 a. .m. Butler; and two sisters, Mrs. One ... Come All ... For Hotpoint Grand Contest.Entry Blanks
BRAKE TIRES IGNITION Mabel Budd and Mrs. Neller Budd,
Preaching 11 a. m. Evening Johns&SonAgency
. TESTING AND STARTER Christian Endeavor 7 p.. m. Preach- both of Tampa. .

BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR ing 8 p. m. Wednesday Bible Funeral services were held ELECTRIC SERVICE
LINING BATTERIES Study Hour 8 p. m. Willard M. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in
FENDER Jones, Pastor. Pine Level Baptist Church with
REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL Rev. W. E. Hall officiating. Burialwas
AIRPARK in the family plot in Brown Phone 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla.
BAPTIST CHURCH I Cemetery. near Starke with DeWitt

Sunday School 9:15 a. r& Morn- -..' .--- -
Complete Lubrication Service .--. -. --- ---- -- -- -- '
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Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training .
Union 6:15'p. m. Evening Service
DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed-

nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. *
Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
Collins Jr., Pastor.

We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Sunday BAPTIST School 10 CHURCH ajn. Preach- Built to I

big 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 ....

600 Temple Ave. x |ipssiP/| Phone 69 p.m. Preaching 7:30 pjn. Prayer
'- Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. !)
(not just get by
YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALERs REV. Milton J Dukes, pastor. _


LAWTEY, FLA. -,'. -"" '-
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach. I'. '- .. $iW;-;, ...:-;{.'?__,'. > ,,,"_ .'; .,:..;.'J'.Ist/'""'. -- "'"< \M". "+ ';" ..."' >'..:.. '" '., 'If.; ',.
ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek "<< '' ; ;". :;" y
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service Wednesday 7:3.0: p. m. >,: :. t\ < : ;. -<.;;1> '" ., < .
A. E. Massey pastor. < .
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LATTER DAY SAINTS I. : --1. ... : .
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G I Services each Sunday In old ..... .

Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun-
s I day School 10 a. m" Sacrament

Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel-


C. L. Oierturf Jr., Minister
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening -

Worship 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p.
Radio program "Old Paths"

each Sunday 9 a. m. Station T .

Electro-polished MISSIONARY >.,- .. "' ',, ,/j. I .'/;
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BAPTIST CHURCH ',)., ... '-, -j ,-'; ..,. tiL'.a'
Hooded Point _,... ._ .. -
10 11 a.m. "'
Sunday School
New Dodge Custom Royal lancer. Other Dodge models priced below many models in the "lowest price field.
preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: prayer -
Visible service 7 o'clock song services,

Ink Supply pocIal 7:30 evening services. *

Some things you can see right away that swept-backsueep-aroundwindshield.The

Wy-G/oss/ ADVENTIST SEVENTH CHURCH DAY tell you this is the year of the big Dodge "sparkle"of twiri-jet taillights and three- THE NEW

Reservoir $ Oo Services each Sabbath in the more. (Sales have doubled over last year!) tone color combinations. The beauty of

Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Jacquard tapestry interiors. .
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching You can stack the new Dodge up againstother
every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- cars in its field, and see how much But more important than this is the deep. I
4 tor. Bible Study each Thursday larger and more luxurious it is: Up to 9 down dependability engineered into every
-- 504 DOWN 7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome !
this Dodge
awaits everyone. inches longer than competition. unseen part and feature of great I

WORLD'S 504 a WK. That is something discover through I
You can see the distinction of new Dodge you Ahead!
and Flashing
FINEST, FILL I DIRTGOOD I styling, with eager lines that are stealing the years and over the miles. It is your !

MODfftATf.PRICEDPEN the "OH's" from the costliest cars. The sure reward for choosing the new Dodge. I II i



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SPORTS TRACK brook purse-size fountain p'nsIn DRIVE AS IF YOU OU'N

pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- T1IU ROAD: DRIVE AS IF YOU

BHS Will Close Regular Season TEAM ford County Telegraph. I.O\VX TI1K CAR. (GRIT.)

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In Game With Ocala Here TuesdayLast WINS -, ___J

Friday the'BllS nine took. runs for BHS. The Sandcrabs I WINKLER% ELECTRIC SERVICE

_J a 13-4 victory from Branford at:outhit the Tornadoes seven to six.

Branford. Edwin Johns and De-! In an afternoon contest at Green STATE i

wayne Elder led the Tornado attack '.Cove Springs BHS defeated Clay I

with two hits each. Wallace;High six to one behind the five-hit: r & ,i :

Rivers opened on the mound for[pitching of Edgar Akridge. De- TITLE

Bradford but gave way to Edgar wayne: Elder with a perfect day _

Akridge in the 2nd inning. The .three for three, including a triple I RADIO

latter got credit for the win. and Edwin Johns with two singlesled A spectacular finish in the mile total of 26 and the state cham- BIIS's TITLE WINNING TRACK TEAM Is pictured above with four

Twelve Branford errors helped the the attack for the winners. relay, in which four teams broke pionship. The BHS time of 3:34.7 trophies won during the current.season. Trackmen in photo are ((1st I AND

cause of the Tornadoes. BHS out- : Friday night the Tornadoesmeet the existing class A record gave (smashed the existing record of, _
row, left to right) James llarrell Jimmy Hazen WayneVooten,
Lake City here for the sub
from..Suwannee County -
hit the boys
the BHS cindermen the state cham- 3:35.: Running in the mile relay TELEVISIONSales
which will determinethe Townsend Strickland..Jimmy Weldon Arthur Locke and Jimmy
8 to 5.Saturday. group game pionship over DuPont of Jacksonville (Iwere Humphries Martin, Moore, ZENITH 17" I

night Seabreeze of team from this area to advance Beach who tied for second ':and Ferguson.Bill Hobbs Manager. 2nd row: Clifford )Martin Robert Humphries E\anston T1814K lL tJI .

Daytona Beach southern winner.ofthe in the state tournament. The win- with 25 points each. Manatee Moore and Townsend Strick- Stanley (Clark Freddie Stephens, Kenneth Elder, and DennK )Iatht"\\s.

East Florida Conference defeated ner, of Friday night's ontest! will High of Brandenton won the AA land won the only firsts for BHS. i 3rd row: Coach James Hobbs Bobby Ferguson and Billy Moore. I I I"b l'n Your TV NeedSen -.. _

the Tornadoes 8-3 to win meet the winner of the Fletcher- The former took the 440 and the TilE FOUR TROPHIES won this season are pictured at right: .'. K. I! ire Call 166 and Service

the conference championship on Bishop Kenny game in Jacksonvillethe title.Going into the'final event the latter took the 180 yard low .hur- J:; Yonge Invitational State Conference and District. .fls srsssrsssrrsrSSSSSS I"nnssns ran

the Starke diamond. Catcher Bill i following Thursday_ Edwin! mile relay Fletcher was leading dies in 21.1 seconds, his best so 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166, Starke, Florida
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Odum and centerfielder Ingram' Johns will probably get the start- with 25 of far this Other winners'
points. Bishop Kenny year. point ,
ida Conference Trophy, and the blame or hand --
mound for BHS an excuse to. He ------
led the Seabreeze attack with two Ing assignment 23 for the Tornadoes I -
Jacksonville had with the Tornadoes -[ were Stanley I
DIstrict: Trophy. won in that order is his ,
while Sandlin will likely be judged on own individual
hits each for the winners. Two hit Bobby -In third place with 22. Sea- |Clark a second in the high jump -

batsmen ald.l. bases on balls by on the mound for Lake City. breeze of Daytona had 21 1-2,,, |(4 pts.): Townsend Strickland, a [before last week's state meet. 'ability: and accomplishments. This Ii

BHS pitchers Edwin Johns and Edgar Next Tuesday night Ocala will North Miami 18 and DuPont 17. (Isecond in the high hurdles ((4 pts.); | In winning this the state hard class A >ear's BHS track squad worked Sell Rent It Trade It t

the be here to close the regular sea- i championship year, work 1 hard, and last Saturday proved
Akridge aided the cause A first place in the final event: and Bob Humphries, a second in
: for this year's Tornado nine. I j co-operation, determination, and ithat their efforts would not go un- _
invaders. Timely hits by Johns, At son they sport an even 500 would give any of the above teams i the pole vault (4 pts.) [motivation of Coach James Hobbs ,rewarded. All tillS track members !I WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
McGee, and Kopelousos in the second present ten and the meet. t
record with eight wins and a like points possibly 'The trophy symbolic of the state and his boys overcame the hand i ;did: not compete in the state meet
and Edward Akridge In.the Dark horse Deland set the 'I Good Results Easy To Place _
fifth helped produce the three number of losses. and established pace crown was brought back to Starke caps of lack of many facilities including but throughout the season they : Low Rates ____

the new record ol: \i after the meet and will be placed that of a cinder track, lack helped to give BHS the best in the 10 WORDS OR LESS. OXE INSERTION -- SOc

Hoodwinks 3:34.2: in the mile relay. DuPonl: 'in the new physical education iOf uniforms, and no opportunity to state. : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD %c _
Smooth-Talking Stranger finished second plant
bringing poinl 'I'
(perform before the home folks. Seniors on this year's BHS cinder IIWOl'\T! : OF IS: PER CENT O\ TWO OR lORE INSERTIONS: !
I total up to 25. North Miami's thirc I along with three other trophies
Track is an individual sport with squad are Townsend Strick-

Good Samaritan Out 01 Ten BucksA in the mile relay brought its poinl t jwon by this year's track squad. little of the grandstand appeal of land, Stanley Clark, Robert Hum- :se ADDITION FOR 1ILIND: ADS OR ADS !NOT\ PAID ADVANCE!\

toal up to 24,but Bradford's fourtl i.They are the P. K. Yonge Invitational football, basketball, or baseball. A phries Clifford Martin, Jimmy i

Samaritan from that Nelson was from Gainesville.I I place netted four points to mak(; i Meet Trophy, the East Flor- 'track I man has no one he can I Weldon. and Donald Slade. 1 UEMORIAMS, CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line _
good I
ville helped a fellow GaineS-I Finally Nelson accepted $10 j (COUNT :5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

distress this weekj but when hej I from the good Samaritan, and Davis Has 39 Playing With Rifle i! 'TAKES SECOND PLACE IN STATE '

learned he had been duped he had gave in exchange a note to Nel-I. I[Causes Injury I' JoTltXISIiEli hoUSE For KentMartin's -' ow EQUIPPED with automatic

Judge T. A. Yawn swear out a !son's wife at an address in Gainesville Years On R.F.D. I Fruit Stand. Hchc \ pick-up baler, side delivery rake
explaining what had happened !Of Colored Boy Will bale for the public anywhere
warrant charging fraud. I Furnished and unfurnished ; within reason for no much
I KENT- per

It seems that the man from I benefactor, and his asking$10. her to give the (Continued from Page 1)) Two little colored children were ... ..; .,;". ,."... <. I Fun Kxtfllrnl.apartments.desirable location Also cottage.i-lose \i hale hay. or Also will have bale different for part of kindsof the

I I at home alone inV.. II. Xollnwn. :201 W. Madi- hay for sale. Anyone desiring
Gainesville motorist, happened at Waldo
a on I
When the address by Nelson i fallen across the sand road until 5 ;;on. tfchg baling let me know 3 or 4 days in
to be at a local filling station I I proved to be a parking lot, and 1 too late to stop before, hitting" it.|day around noontime. They Mon-I I II advance. You can plant soy
to playing with a loaded .22 FOR 8.\LE-Two wheel ts ton trailer beans or indigo from now to end
ivhen he noticed that another I the phone number one for a distant The front wheels of his light car I A-l ,'onditIonAlso j'% ton of July and make hay on it. J

Al Nelson in the point, the good Samaritan jumped over the. tree, and there when suddenly the gun fired. 1 truck. Cheap. A. Hartman phone 11. White. Highway 16 (Kaiford
motorist (named 52-J. Ztn 5'20 \ ltd) tarkp. 4tp 5/ZT
turned the facts over to Judge he was stranded a-straddle the Shortly afterward, Alachua e I I i _
seemed to be in trouble. I
Yawn for action. trunk and unable to move in County j Deputy Patrolman Wm. C. Ii:FOR KENT-Furniihed cottage. near I.WA"'TED-Lady, neat appearing'
Nelson a smooth talking well i 1, sl'hooAdult\ !'. Mrs. A.o' Saul. pleasing personality' to hold demonstration -
Nelson is a glib and convincing either direction. The accident hap-t Phillips saw a colored person car- ', 615 :Mahone St. phone 183-W. I parties for Stanley

dressed man. was having trouble talker is driving a fine new car pened near Bert Wall's home on\ I tr..hg i iI Home Products. Car essential
rying the form of I For further information
limp a little write or
getting credit for his gasoline, with a 9 license tag prefix and the lake and Mr. Davis found a I 1 boy i + WANTED-White Couple or Lady call: Mary B. Turner. 110 N E.

and the good Samaritan was sympathetic may try his hard luck story on good Samaritan in Mr. Wall, who along Highway 301 this side of who stays home to share house.AVrite 10th St. Gainesville\ Fla., Ph.
!Waldo and rushed him to Doctors Bradford County Telegraph. Fr. g.7598. 2tp 5/13
especially uoon hearing: others. fetched an axe.. and the two men Box 8!J-C. StarXe. Itp
Hospital in Starke. I Ii _
hacked away until a section of the furnished RUBBER STAMPS made to order;

Even The Wrecks Mrs. Annie L. DoyleMrs. tree trunk could be pulled from |i Identified as 7-year-old Eddie FOR house RENT, gas-,'Four electricity room, refrigerator. daters facsimile numberers stamps. Bradford notary County seals

under James, son of the Aaron Jameses Access to Lake $35 per Telegraph.
the tf
Are Wrecked car, freeing the wheels. King, Getting Stars & Stripes. .
Annie L. Doyle 77, died I the boy is in very serious condition month. Itehg !
These Days April 22 at the home of her daughter [from the bullet which entered under STATE BANK KEYSTONE -
On the facade of the office
post the left : HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEMBER -
shoulder blade hit
Mrs. C. A. Geiger in Green SARATOGA HEIGHTSOut FDIC.
It's getting so bad today that!iCove Springs. She was the mother building ini i[against a rib; and lodged near the 'v I I
I Washington is an engraved.legend Beautiful Madison Ave. LET J. D. ODOM. JR.
even lId wrecked cars in an auto of J. D. Doyle of Starke. <' < .
I to the effect that neither rain, nor i Efforts to locate the tile floor hoa e withrlrrnlBtlnic H4NDLH TOntCATTLB
graveyard are not safe anymore. I A native of Americus, Ga. Mrs. I r parents 3 bed ro m AND HOGS
I wind nor sleet, nor now, nor any heater, .le 'trle h twater SALES -
I.Were unsuccessful for
( many hours Robert Humphries, Tornado pole taulter, cleared itS ft to take heater kltrkra eihaatt ll.. Oak Kaeh .
Early Monday morning a heavy(Doyle had lived. in Green Cove I|other caprice of the elements must after the accident. large lot paved rtrret. city CataeoTlll WrdaciuUr
CaL Each Friday
truck driven by Arthur Earl Simmons -'for 31 years. She was a member interfere with the delivery of I i second place in the State Claw A Tournament at the University of alllltl,... I100.O* de*. t* vet-Xrtrran itI

!I [Uncle Sam's mail. The career of Florida last Saturday afternoon. rrmm. $230.00 at closing. e.
of Hialeah traveling north ftjmrmt,
I(of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Rites Wednesday f'M,00 d.w
Mr. Davis exemplifies this motto.In rlolBK. FOR
mile .. $750.00: UPON SALE
301 about a I
on Highway Leslie Ca.Besides floor honccwith
i all his 39 years along the. R.'For M J. Hutson 3 feed room hardwood.I..r. electric ,
north of' ,Lawtey, failed to make i circulating
Mrs. Geiger and Mr. **- ; SLAG'ROCK
; F. D. he remembers only once hot water healer
the tuilfl-jyst; before Tanner's garage *I of"Starke Native Of Hampton In Entertainment Tonight .Ullt fail Urge lot paved afreet I
I(Doyle .. she is survived when weather prevented him from I .. IOO.OO dowa pay- '

jjjgf'ed' through. the ditch I by a stepdaughter, Mrs. L. L. Peterson making his accustomed rounds city turn t Ut'to '..I....... $250.00 at cloning. 1 I I Excellent for Driveways

rolled*' ver **d mashed a coupleof I' I and that was when it looked as if Marion Julius Hutson, 68, a retired -( NOB trteran at|::rlonlag.>0.00 tlewBp..AI.Dt. and Parkways

old cars belonging to, J. W. Jacksonville; two other J''a hurricane was headed dead-.cenI labor foreman died May 81 ThrHc bouNce. $1.200.00.are BOW opea for I,:

Barber owner of the property. !![sons, Jas. B. Doyle. Jacksonville, I ter for Bradford County. The big at his home .in Miami after an m-I innprctlon. Call heat A. Etate J. T.o..Broker .. orW. $3.00 Per Yard
i feewell
The property damage estimateIn t and W. J .Doyle.. Green Cove. blow actually veered a little and ness -of several months. *. I In 5 Yard Lots

this case will be an interesting I!I ay)Funeral services were held in 1 I this county missed ,the full bruntof Mr. Hutson was born Aug. 30\ 323 Temple Starke A>.,. Florida Telephone S83 : Call

one for the insurance company. 'I. the Tucker Funeral Home chapelat i' its force but there was sufficient 1886 at Hampton the son of the

Simmons was charged with wind and rain to make it late Jimmie ,and Eliza Hazel Hut- SEPTIC TANKS and In- BILLY JACKSON
Green Cove with Rev. ArthurA. PRE-CAST
failure to' keep his vehicle under \extremely.hard to hold a car on son. stallation.' II. R. Hamilton,hOt 324 i Phone 165
Jameson officiating. Surviving are three daughters Cherry St. or P. O. lox
control at all times. the road that day. 4tp 5/20
I Mrs. Audrey Cook, Miami Mrs. Starke. !
And how does it feel to takea .I I Crystal RADIOS REPAIRED
Elsie Mae Selles.. Oldtown., N. c. }\"ATER FRONT LOTS -
I rest after stuffing some 4,250- n iiiami I..a.ke. Guy Andrews, owner, AU Make All Model
Mrs. ;
000 mail boxes with everythingfrom and Mary Sibley ; Phone Starke 383; Keystone t aeasoaaale charge gaaraateed
three sons, James Hutson, Mel- Heights 3636. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
dreaded "We regret to inform I rei W. Tall St. Starke Pa. 23*
The Perfect Gift bourne; and Oscar and Bob Hut-
: you" to weighty DELJE\.FFor ONLY
messages 3j CAN YOU
son, both of Miami; and two brothers $3.00 dona and DSc. a week you FOR RENT-Nicely furnished three
mail order catalogs? "Mighty I GUARANTEKD I i or more rooms, apartment for
Pete J. \ I hate TK1 \
Hutson Grandin and ". can a Adults. Elec.
Hot I kitchen shade over
good Mr. Davis. "I don't Automatic
I says Willie A. I I apartment all day. lawn. For
Hutson Hutson fullyInitialled.
Lake in home-
think I'll find time j Water Heater roar i i Sale PuDding Lots
hanging heavyon $300 to
GRADUATION Fla. old and new rutnnirni *- '
for He was the uncle of Carl ..... For Phone $600, size 100 x %00. Mrs. U M.
hands at all. I intend to S-L\I GAS
my I of)
Clark. lit. I Box
and S. R. Johns, and Mrs. J. M. tl 440, Bessent Rd.
catch up with my reading then I Edwards of Starke. : 121. ;!. left of Call St. bridge, 1 mile.tfchg

there's my garden and I have aj -
10, I Funeral services were held j
big yard to keep. Most of all I Electric Motors FOR SALE-Comfortable two bed-
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clockat room framed house Modern. New
think Til enjoy sleeping late on'th'se. the graveside in 1 hot water heater On toad 100
Crosby Lake
cold winter mornings after I REWOUND AND : just outside of City Limits. Small
i I
Cemetery with Rev. L. D. Haines down payment. balance like rent.
having to get up before daylightfor officiating. SERVICEDSmall I See C. V. Inglerigbt West More-
so I' Arrangements were J land or phone IfS, 2t<-htr 5.'20
many years. in charge of DeWitt C Jones MEMBERS OF TilE SIXTH GRADE CHORUS will appear Li their f Appliance Repair -
Actually Mr. Davis' health Funeral I' FOIl REXT-Four room house |20
Home.Schedule .
I "Alice Blue Gown" number as one of the iK'hn>en-arts attractions at
Machine per Tnnnth two miles out High
General WcukI
hasn't .
& been too good in recent I -"v IK 'nn..lr f M 1.rt. if)
6ft1HGHEED the kindergarten's "Sleeping Beauty" operetta in the Legion hall tonight -
months and that's the reason he
rtired April 30 instead of round Given (Friday) at 7SO o'clock. Taking part in the number Mill be ; DESIRABLE bath bungalow BLOCK for Five rent. Room brreeueaIiorin and

ing 'out his orginial goal of 40,!For Adult Classes Shirley :Morrison Lynn Werling, Anne Mattheus, Geraldine Blount, All Work Guaranteed I ana carport. Also two room

full years in the service. He had To Danne! Firth, Kathy Struth, Marilyn Hern wall, Glinda Brown,. Linda Reasonable Rates cottage yard. fhnn in rear.1ST Nice large grassy in-hg
I( Begin May 12 .
teen on sick leave for several Gail McRae, Virginia Scott Sally Sink. Patty Lou Hodge and Carolyn j S I
For Rut and
the EVERY weeks before his retirement be-: The following schedule Pellum. soloist! The announcer l> Marlj-n Shannon. The chorus I Sale. We service' what we sell
OR came officiaL 'I for adult I. II IIs RED SEAL I I Tiny's Service Station. Temple
education classes has been announced ( directed by Mrs. Ralph Knight. I Av tfeher
Cited For Service
by L. H.
I Gibson school
yet framed, but obviously supervisor:
To &.d ;
or / I
rnAQr.p&1c. designed to be is documentthat $:;o TO |500 A MONTH That's
a General high school .. ,
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.... / subjects- I" -'lb'T td "" ;!! what many top earners make with
kt .Uy.J :Mr. Davis' daughter, Mrs. [Thurs., May 12. in the BHS library nationally ad vertit'todVatklns
John MixDn, proudly calls attention at 7:30 p.m.Beginning. F. W. GRAUDON Products. Now we're offering th<*

to, although jokingly dubbingit II Conversational Span- Owner, Manager man vame or opportunity woman In Starke.to a reliable No experience -

Choose..the her father's "diploma" after four ish-Thurs. or investment necessary
12 in
service. ( May the USO 106 Washington St-Phone 397 Write C. R. Ruble. J. R. Watkins
decades of Inscribed on building at 7 p.m. .i Starke Fla Po. M mi hln. Tenn Itp
parchment and'bearing the gold I Typing, Shorthand -

right point for the my seal of the U. S. Postal service'l ing, and other Bookkeep-I I' FOR OFFICE OR S.\LE-Xew 8 x 8 x 1C Con- FLORID W.A \PHOPKHTIES T" D

and the block, ISc. Cement $L40 Worthwhile Florida investments desired -
signature of .
-Tues., May 17, in the BHS library I I I. ,0 HOW per .bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per : ranches, acreage motels
l :
you write... by number General Arthur E. Summerfield, it at 7 p.m.Organizational. I ,' bag. Bradford Engineering Co. trailer courts, apartments, hotels,
reads: -- phone 94. Starhe. homes water frontage, business
I'[ Meeting for etc.; cash or terms; direct from
...ulI.. t / "Honorary recognition is accorded adults who failed to enroll on May :ARPEXTEU WORK-Block work. owner. Give complete details
.s Ellery M. Davis for meritorious!I. wiring, plumbing roofing, Hiding, first letter, PKICE, exact location,
,5 will be held in the BHS ..
library spouting and cement work. Write how to rpp..h > ertv ipxnrOr
I accomplishments and devotion to I:I,on Thurs., May 19 at 7 p.m., for C. A. Sorrtll, c/o Bradford County ments. R. RICHIE, 1S28 Fig St.
Il .
( duty in the of Telegraph. tfchg Kenner. M. Hit
( ;: course an honorable .additional courses. FOUNTAIN PIN

career in the U. S. Postal Service.I!I I Art-Monday, June 6, in the DISK SIT FOR RENT-Four room cottage. FOR SALE-Large Kingsley Lake
{This citation tendered on the occasion '- Refrigerator lights and water. home 8 rooms I baths, 2 garages
I BHS library at 7 p.m. Reasonable. Kingsley Lake Rd.. Beautifully landwaprd grounds
of retirement from active four i Pox 329. 2tp 5/13 guest house, large green house.
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duty, conveys official commendation -, LeClerc.. Rt. 1,
i fiYoritl WAITRESS VANTED-Call Z92-J _Box 361Starke._ ?tp s/za
from the Postmaster General
;I I after 6 p.m. Saturday. tfchg
and a cordial expression of esteem in themselves and to create a desire Point [W"'TED-Man under 50 with
within them builders supplies and retail sale
to realize
their .
from co-workers in the service." b Aroilalli .1 BRADFORD COUNTY px".ence.00 other need apply
full potentialities. He said that }.f..t fni.h references from
To these sentiments some 400 : recent -
!]more and more attention is : REAL ESTATE employment. Starke Build
box holders along Ellery Davis'rural being I era, phone SSJ. ltehg
free route will ':centered on mental health and
/ delivery add FOR SALE
fervent "Amen." predicted that this would be a work. Thomas full time

ta ![major field of research in the 1". s. 301 luratlon :North of Mar..... j I SOI or phone 211-L Restaurant.after 4 p.m.Road
future. :::1.51 feet hiehnar frontage by I tpIjbYILY
$95O\ 'Partin Addresses I :<><; feet' in depth Substantial I
The speaker was introduced by frame house ea land. Price I SPtF.T PU"O
*:3.0<>0.OO.V. Ue will BOOB hare IB f
L. H. Gibson roar riel.Ur
f comp1.I.thu Children's GroupAt chairman of the ia loely Spinet Piano, late model. \

-. styles I. $4.25l [Children's Committee who pre.- to S. 3AI location Sooth of !To re-pon"lble party, will nell at
Luncheon MeetingChas. sided the !i.ar"1'10 fret highway br 373 bijr redaction with small down saymeat .
over meeting.
fret in depth. Price S2.50O.OO. aad easy monthly 'f'rlll.rlt.. ,
WORLDS WGESl SELECTION I .I 3.50 Complete I I!Immediately t. Credit Manager, p. '
S. Partin principal of I 4 13.rf'll on Slate Read 100.I O. Box 2613. Jacksonville 3. Fl... I
Bradford High School, was guest ,.1.6 fret frenlaee. frame tn and you will he advised where t". ,
bed room house, fully fnrninhrd.modern Jctrameat can be *.ea,
speaker at the luncheon meeting EASYWASHING .....',.. .....,.%. Price rea.- .. Jlrh 'i
THESE POINTS SPEO.uL Y RECOMMENDED FOR SCHOOL USE of the Children's Committee held! J 'anable. with term 5/iA ,,
in the Methodist recreation hall SALES & SERVICEI For these and other bargain ta piano return S\LE-Small from rental., modern But at i
A Complete Selection Of Point Styles I {
Saurday evening. I real estate rail A. J. Thomas or attractive saving with new piano '
Post Card Will Smell, Real Estate Broker
I Bring W. B guarantee. May be
.een in Starke
j' Discussing the relationship between A RepresentativeTo BRADFORD COUNTY .TELEGRAPH *, br writing: Gridley Music Inc., ,
school home, and student, 1025T.. University. Gainesville. .
Your HomeMILLERBAKER ; 3ZZ: Temple Ate. Telephone 3S3 v\,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH r Mr. Partin said that the primary CO. 1 i Slar..... Florida tt 5/20

I'goal of all agencies and individuals'I FOR RENT-Five room furnished
150 Lafayette Box 55 house on Klnzslev Lake
Rent bv
(working with people shouldbe HARMOXT and Gibson Guitars, I
young STARKE FLA. eUJti'rm the 4vek Mr' (' Mark Kit.'ht

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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph


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FOOD NEWS FOR FARMERS. Marlon Brando j I man to his death for attemptingto

SOIL CONSERVATION expose the gang's operation to
-. In
=::- Waterfront'I,
I I the Crime Commission. Brando

N E-W S' f Soy Bean Production Seen I' At Florida Sunday j i!I II!sister then befriends, but their the later murdered love man's affairis

By Bill HaasU // ". Marlon Brando will be seen in1!

S. SOIL CONSERVATION 4 his Academy Award-winning role !j ance marred to the by mob.his continued allegi-

& 1 Fulfilling Double PurposeNew of a young ex-pugilist in "On the i! Finally he breaks completely
SERVICE. Waterfront showing at the Florida with the gang talks before the
Theatre Sunday through Tuesday -'!Crime Commission and smashesthe

-- i for late planting, such as behind This provides quicker ground cover |i! power of the waterfront hood-

The Bradford Soil Conservation at Emory University, Ga. this .oats or lupine: Lee and Ogden I for weed control, higher seed i In this powerful story of tender]lums.
District Board of Supervisors held summer. This program is designedto mature early, about Oct. 1 to 6. yields, and better use of equipment :love and terrifying conflict Brando -j Eva Marie Saint, a new star
Lee is a non-shatter, but Ogden with a haunting new kind of
their regular monthly meeting at
: spread stimulating ideas for I
has become a minor hoodlum in
Lloyd Green's home. Those present better church work and to encourage I I 1 a$ rrY. must be combined within two Other suggestions: I I the cold-blooder killer mob headed,I blonde beauty, makes the love
were V. R. Ferguson, Chair churches to participate in weeks after maturity to avoid excessive Plant from one and a half bush-1 I by Cobb. He unwittingly becomes ,story in glowing contrast with the
RM NFW3 G All violence that surrounds it.
man; Lloyd Green, Foster Shi better community activities and = shattering. produce els of seed per acre. A thick stand the decoy who lures a longshore-I
Smith, and J. B. White, Supervisors to foster local church programs l rJ good seed yields and have highoil makes the beans easier to cultivate I
Leon Carter and Bill Haas which will help make a better content. and gives a quicker ground a
Soil Conservation Service. Carter world. Soybeans planted May 15 to cover for weed control. I

acted as secretary in the absence The Board had a long discussionon e June 15 yield higher and producea Cover the seed one inch deep.' ?
of George Huggins. Lloyd Green this ever present dry weather. better plant size for comburjig. Plant only when there is plenty of\ ss
and Sam McGarvey were selected': They stated that the work of help Soybeans may be planted from moisture for quick emergence, and
to serve on the Board of Super ing farmers with their water problems May 1 to July 1. Still earlier or plant on the level or slightly be I for
visors, Lloyd was renominated, should take priority over all later plantings yield low and do rl __ "
and Sam was nominated to takeV. other conservation work in the J Brooker Plant Is ExpectedTo not have sufficient height ,for low.Like other legumes, soybeans I
Date of planting has I POQF
R. Ferguson's place. District. combining. are able to utilize nitrogen from
The Board nominated Rev. H. H. Mrs. Lloyd Green served refreshments Be In June little effect on maturity date. the air if properly inoculated. If
Mott of Brooker for considerationfor and Lloyd brought out Forty days' difference in planting not inoculated, enough nitrogen
attending the Church and some of the clover honey he is 'I dates delays maturity only four must be added to the fertilizer to
Community Workshop to be held producing on his place,; for us toThe The recent announcement of .growers in the territory.Mr.This Nix information .I days. I.make up the deficiency. I THAT
I'plans by the Southern Oil & Chem- compiled by "
ical Co. of Brooker to have a new is offered here in the hope that it Fertilizer Needs i.. Use rotary hoe or weeder as
I soybean processing plant in opera will be of interest and some assistance Soybeans require a good seed soon as beans first come up. Cultivate YOU
tion in the near future, heralded to growers in developingthis bed, and will grow in most soil beans when they are two
I 1 ja new industry for Bradford Coun! new source of farm income: types found in North Honda except inches high. Plow flat or ridge

I ty. In fact, this plant will represent One Of the factors that makes sand. Yields depend upon!!beans slightly with about three PAID. .
/ i a new industry for this entire the soybean a "natural" for this fertility of these soils, of course. cultivations.

1 1 I northeast section of Florida area is that it can be used as a The use of 400 to 500 pounds Harvesting Loss Light _. .
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I r since there is only one such plant second crop, following spring vege- per acre of 0-12-12 or similar I The combine will do a good job ,'{ -' : !!t''i" f
is I now in operation and it is locatedin tables that are harvested prior to analysis on good soils or following of harvesting soybeans if the.ma. ,Py ,1).c. __, .---U"c '
I / s extreme West Florida. about July 1. Thus the grower can i a legume crop is recommended.For chine is properly adjusted and -. -- - --.-. ---
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The opening of the tirooker take advantage of residual fertilizer poorer soils, 500 pounds of41P7 beans are low in moisture. Harvesting
iI i- plant will offer farmers in this already in the ground from or similar analysis is re- should begin when soy
previous crops. commended. No fertilizer is needed contain about 12 cent
to beans
area an opportunity grow a per settles
new cash crop for which there The adapted varieties for Flori- when soybeans follow a highly moisture. Your cancelled check is a perfect receipt.

Amazing will be a market close at hand. da, as recommenced, are Jackson, fertilized crop, such as Irish potatoes Harvesting losses are often over cay possible argument or misunderstanding. This is
At the same time, soybeans are a Lee Roanoke, Dortchsoy 31, and cabbage, sweet corn, or looked. For every 36 to 40 seeds the of having a checking
low-iost answer to l 1 t3ulz I fine cover crop and provide growers Ogden. The Clemson also seemsto other early spring vegetables. One per square yard on the ground, but one of advantages
I an opportunity to improve do fairly well for some growers. ton of lime is profitable on most there is a harvesting loss of one account at this bank.

Garbage Problem their soil as well as bring in Varieties RecommendedThe soils. bushel per acre. Cutting high
I some cash. I Jackson variety is well If fertilizer is used it can be enough to leave five to six pods
Good "Second Crop" adapted to a wide range of soils! applied before planting with a per foot of row means a loss of
I' Recognizing the significance of and is recommended for planting! spreader at planting time in bands one bushel per acre.
\the new crop in this area, E. M. in any of the North Florida Counties -'I three to six inches on each side Store beans at 12 per cent moisture '
INix, agricultural agent with the on soils suitable for corn or of the seed, or as a side-dressing or less. ':
Seaboard Air Line Railroad has other grains. Jackson is four to cautioned to be sure that fertili- "The soybean is a cover crop as FLORIDA BANK a'STARKE
six inches taller than Roanoke or at the first plowing. Farmers are well as a cash and indications
information on
Nothing; to Wear Out gathered pertinent Dortchsoy 31. These three varie- zer does not touch the seed. are'that growers will be wiseto
No Maintenance soybean production through con- ties mature about Oct. 20. Jackson Make Quick Cover investigate its possibilities and Member Florida National Group

No Fumes or Odor tacts with Experiment Station holds its seed well and its added Rows of from 30 to 36 inchesare I consider including it in their farm
Simple to Install workers and a few pioneering I Iheight makes it more desirable the most economical to use. programs," concluded Mr. Nix.

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l sample. bronn Springs Community, and .
Ardel Crosby whose farm is located -
Soil survey maps were receivedfor at New River.A .
L. E. Jones, whose place is
located south of Lawtey on High
y ._ ILDERS way 301, J. K. Douglas, Howard group of folks from the Brad- .
ford Soil Conservation District
Mott O. C. Kelley and A. J.
will Roman Alvarez, Features
BUILDERS SUPPLIES = Mann all of Brooker. accompany More Fine-Car
winner of the Bradford Soil Con-

.servation District
Requests for a complete soil I Speaking contest

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I made by Jonny Cowart of HeilSECURITY'S will be held in Jacksonville on May

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T Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned under the provisionsof
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. .
Acts of 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and u '_ .
3a for Bradford County. State of Flor- -"wcIleibo'
ida, upon receipt of proof of publication
of this notice the fictitious
name of Plaza Lodge under whichwe
are engaged in business next to .
101 Restaurant on U. 8. 301. do: :-.
Albert and Ruby Sappenfield. .. (, ,
owners, same as above. ., III
Dated this 25th day of April
A.D., 1955, Starke, Bradford County.
Fla. 4/29 4t 5/20 .
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on you". Call on the TV \ POWER-pon e'a With fourb;;lvers

.. repair experts at CI1AS. C. t s a1 at;;;; thin :u a' TF you were to guess Pontiac's price on the basis
SHEPHERD at the first sign peer than 1 and size you'd surely'of
: :P A hthed greateSt : of its style, performance:
of trouble. We'll save you time or dollarsof its-pn t hundreds of dollars higher than its actual
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Records LIKE
and money.RCA. power
in ponU8.C cost. Pontiac measures up with the finest on anypoint
v noJDY ia eo beaU of compansonexcep price.It's .

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: pontav tbe less than models of the
t fully a1tstY1in -point powerful Pontiac for many
Stre all 0 j and much less than stripped
-t feoo."SS5SWgfSS5. r lowest priced cars .
Mr. J. M. Cuynn. Rt. 1 1. Milliard apart
way to tOJDorIO'R. economy models of higher-priced makes!
Florida won first place in the Se- hot it rouns24r and
big car w After a close inspection of Pontiac's luxury I
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Y a -a long, roaa;: at any :: quality a
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7"" s" pullets averaged 63.5 per cent Victor 17-Inth step directly into the fine-car class! I
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Prize-Winning RJE Female Quartettefrom DUfrltlea S. T. IL Acres Owner Tan.SY. D... rIptleo 9. T. R. Acres Owaer Taiee

of Lot 1 EX All EVi of XWVi of
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy RY & EX 1 Lot XEU N of RDLots 24 8 22 10 Edward Ricks %;t.n
on NeideW of 1 & 2 of Blk
1Y. 50 ft. by 100 :2 in Bradford
Ozora Johnson EditorAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ft. ClI B 1 Z' 27 Howard W. Wait 4.59 Heights S/D E. W. Hayes 17.74
W% of NEt4 11 i Z1 U 1.. C. demons :O.:!: Lots 3, 4. 5. 6 &
All SW of SWI.. S 125 ft. of Lot 7.
WofP4. &: N 8 of Blk 2 &
I 536 ft. of SW
White Gypsy Attracts CrowdOn May 17, at 7:30 p. m. accordingto ; of SW3 E of Rd. 1 5 Z1 25 J. Willard ford Blk Hts.3 in S/D ITad- Acme HonieCotlders

Monday the 7th and 8th Principal Taylor. It may be of Alvarez 4LSO Inc. 51.41
40 ft. Sq. in NE
grade pupils taught by A. B. i interest W i of SEi ofm
to the
parents of this Cor. of NE of \i of NE 4 EX
Nathan thrilled a capacity audi- community to know that your : SE'4 20 1 Z1 4 Rosalie Roder MS W 66 ft. & EXE
at NE Cot orswJ.t 90 ft. :S 6 U 2 ] doa.. n. Mills 14.21
with their ,
superb performance children will
not be includedin of NW3 Lots 2. 3. 4 of Elk

in the school closing operetta the consolidation program at run 1.5 W ft. 4U for ft.FOR S C in Blanding' -

"White Gypsy. The music waa RJE this term. Only those completing Cont S 496.! ft. SID .R'ris Eegue 13.7S

played and directed by E. E. :Min- the sixth grade will be W 1111.3 ft. N 496.3 From point of Int.
ft. E ai1.:
to of S line Sec 2$
ott. music specialist for the coun- transported to Starke. POll 23 1 11 10 Waldo 11. Jones IUS with W line ofST

ty. All elementary personnel that I The Lawtey Training School t .. All mver SW& all E Wf or t NIX RD along 200 run RD

made a contribution to the suc- .Hobby Club met Monday. Principal of NWi E ot 366.97 ft. to POIJ.

cess of this operetta are to .be Anderson and the faculty were River U C U 100 W. H. I-dwards Jr. 31.5 WLY :254 ft.. NLY
XW'4 E of River 30 4 U U W, 11. Edwards, Jr. 19.41 !:9.:23 ft., ELY
congratulated. there to share final plans for May :: Wf4 of Lot 14 In 64 63 ft.. ELY
Fashion RevueAccording that will include the Wood Ia,,n IS 5 Z3 :3 Carlton 0.WIlliams along a HD of acurve -
Day some of .
3.60 94 10 ft. to
: to Bettie Thomas Hobby Club's work. Esther Williams EIf of XW or ST RD. SLY along

teacher of Home Economics at is president. : SE ZI 5 Z! U Elizabeth Prince RD 21S.63 ft., to
Butell 6.56 POD 2S S U H. E. Tucker 127.54
RJE, you can't afford to miss this President DeSue of the Water- Lots 1, 3 of Blk
revue of the latest fashions. Com r' 514 of Ilk 25 In 16 EX W :25 ft. &
oak PTA
has been ill but plansa Lawtey
of RY George F. Toun3.10 EX X 35 ft. of
ing soon at RJE high school called meeting before the end CotnatA PT 20 Lot 1 in Orig.
Contralto Concert ft. S of the Con Town of Starke Carl Hitch S3.10
of the term. Watch thU for
4 I paper of ST ST A I Lot Bnd. E by
Hear Zipporah Jennings in con- the announcement. We report improvement I Lake A\'f' It onW Studstill, N by

cert on Sunday, May 15 at :5 p. m. from the sick of Side of ST ST Alvarez W by W.
I room Schools It run N 20 ft., W3OfLN2Oft.W M. Edwards. S by
of Bradford County ,
other churches. We have received -ficer
at Lawtey School She I .
the sister of Principal M. E. Jefferson St. being -
will sing Spirituals i news from Deacon Caldwell will send an official letter statingthe 38 ft.. S 60 ft., E 95 ft. S, E
Gospel Songs I Roberts I date and time of the next injection 30 tt.. N :!O ft., E & N & 7S ft.
and Semi Classicals. No admissionfee Giving And Sharing of Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. I 70 ft. to POB In on W 25 'U Elva L. Stewart 716
Jenkins New Bethel of the Salk Vaccine. There Town of LaVo.tey Lot 5 of Blk 1 ia
will be charged but all pastor,
per- Eddie and
Principal Thompkins of RY
Alfoftlo Grlffi 59.01ot A. L. Alvarez Add
will be. other shots but they are Shirley M.
A. Vinson :
sons are asked to come preparedto teachers hit an all time high this Baptist Church, Rev. L S In Town of Pallet 7.61
and :Mt. Moriah Methodist, being delayed until further studyis Lawtey E of RY Sadie Crn'ford 3.10 Loot t2offllklofL -..
give a piece of silver largest in the Red Cross Drive pastor L :2
year by It SID of Lot T & COS S/D ._ Elizabeth
made of the serum. is good
piece can find. This Church, Rev. D. W. Demps pas- 13 In Town of
you program reporting $90.10 on Friday of last McCoy Agt. 9.6J
and is still considered successful.: Lawtey E of RY Samuel Redlrk 3.60 -- '
don't t3offllk :2 in
is I being sponsored for the May tor. Calling reporters, go
week. The money was turned over Lots 3. 4. 5. 6 of L T & COS SID LouvenU Robinson 6.1T
Day contest of the fourth and to Executive Secretary M. Hall asleep at the switch. We want to Blk 13 in Lawtey X 30 ft. of Lot 4

fifth grade pupils taught Z. coordinator let the people know what you are I E of RY Jessie Armstrong '.45 of Elk, IS In
by by Johnson. Mrs. Hall Lot 1 of Blk 13 L T & (OS SID.: Dewey Brooks B.IT
Jennings. Principal C. C. Anderson was very pleased with the work doing. All the churches FirstBorn NOTICE. TO APPEAR Lawtey E of Lot 2 & E 2 ft. of

is urging all parents and Mt. Nebo, Ebenezer, Macedonia la Clrrvlt Comrt. Bradford C....". Lot RY 4 ... Wilbur Jenkins 3.60 Lot 3 of Plk 36 .,
done by all schools in our division PUrfcUt I. n..er7. 1 SID of Dlk .;..-. inL.T. i COS .
lovers of .g eod 'music to attend this year. RJE led with $90.10 answer, one and all. Eleanor Santmyer. Plaintiff, vs. 16 In Town of --\ SID loU: Little %:.11
Beach ,Thomas Santmyer Defendant. Lawtey Jo of RI" Lu'ile Kitties :.60 Lots 5, Ii & 7 of
this recital. Supervisor Johnson while Lawtey came second for Party I Case No. 10-979 Com at SE Cor of Blk 3 in L T &
will serve for the RJE students will have another Lot IS & nn W COS Add
as accompanist the first time with $85.30. All the Natlee T. Appear E. W. Hayes 1774
180 ft. for
a FOR ., {. Blk 4 in Temples
artist. small schools made a remarkableshowing. educational outing on Saturday, To: Thomas Santmyer. whose residence -. run N 13'1 ft., W Add e2.rft. A. .,. Annis 21.28
May Day Frttlval! 14. This trip is being spon- is Poland, New York and address 80 ft.. S 137 ft., E .
A complete report is Box 11$ Poland. New
wills : 80 ft. to FOB in XVi of Lot 4 &: all
On Friday, May 13, RJE will soon be released by Miss by the 8th and 10th grade' York. Town .f LawteT hot S & SH of

start the activity rolling with financial chairman. :classes. The teachers in charge You are hereby notified that a E of RY :3;. : ,Smote Jarksoa 6.10 Lot 6 EX E :25 ft.
Stump, suit forDivorce ""
I of Blk 19 In
Field Day. The general is :are: F. S. Pierce, E. Kennedy, L. custody and control Temples
public All persons who received cancer of.. Com at SW Cot of Add 0 EL 1:. McRae 19.6
I I We the minor child Blk IS & run N Com SB Cor of
cordially invited to the festivitiesthat S. Williams. are sure at
at the "kick off dinner" are fll.d la the
cans has been agtlnst you 274 ft. for a POB XEH of SEV of .
will climax with the .May i asked to turn them in to Super !youngsters will enjoy Fernandina above named Court and cause and runao ft., N XE&runN1$ r

Pole dance and the crowning of I i Beach as this is ideal beach you are required to serve a copy of 102 ft.. 1-: 80 ft., S ft.. W 107 ft. for -. ':
: visor Johnson. To date RJE district -I your answer or pleading t. tbe complaint u: ft.toPOBIn a POll, run X 115 ;
the May Queen. There will be a i workers are leading with I weather. on the Plaintiff AttorneyT. in Town of tw- ft.. W 100 ft, S 0 -

softball game between Dunbar, Lee FraZier in 'Aunt Susie Shoots The WorksDon't Frank Landrum. Starke Florida tey E of RY 'Tf Eliza, cClenton 8.0' 115 ft.. E 100 ft. 0
Mary tirst'place Com at S\\ Cot of to POD 29 I U.f.' S. W. Halsten
high school of Green Cove Springs : having reported $20 and Frances I miss the fireworks by and file the original In the office of Lot IS &runN SH of Lots 15 &: 2JS9
: Lillian the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 131 ft. for a FOB 16 in Enrle'sAdd
and RJE boys. Several weeks Aunt Susie, starring Leggett -
ago I Pierce $11, making a total for the or before the 6 day of June. run E SO ft., N EX E 20 ,
our team defeated Dunbar in RJE district of $31. Other school and Aretha Williams, on Monday 1955; otherwise the allegations of 101 ft., W 80 ft., ft. 29 'U Glen Serins s.ia

Green Cove Springs, so come out I I community representatives that May 16, 8:00 p. m., RJE audi- confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken a* S In lOT Town ft. of to Law-POI' W Ilk 1,i of 5 in Lot Lincoln 1 of

and cheer them to second vic! torium. This is a mystery farce in tt'y E of RY 6.10 -
F a have reported are: Thurston Ele- This notice shall be publishedonce Charlie Scott City Edna J. Smith 17.7
three acts which can't affordto each week for four oonseou- Lot 2 1? in Town of Lot 4 of Elk 14 in ': .""'
tory.On mentary, Janie Mitchell, chair- you tin weeks in the Bradford County Lawti"Y E of RY J. W. Barber 1.113 Lincoln City :: Edna J. Smith S.1J
Tuesday, May 17, at 4 p. m.. man $4.69; Wateroak school com miss. The general public is Telegraph. S 165 ft. of Lot 32 Com at Int of E .
Thurston Elementary school will cordially invited to this junior- Dated this 4 day of May. 1955OFi'ICIAL In Town of Law- line of XE\i of .
'I munity, Mariam Tyson, chairman ( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk try H of RY Allen Scott US XWtf & S R/W ,
have its May Day festivals which I $2.21. We have not received reports senior production. of the Circuit Court : 1 AV of Hd on S of ST RD X
will feature the marching and I Enoch Allen Scores At Piano By Kalian L Crosby. Deputy Clerk I side of Lot 35 In :MO, run't' 235
from chairmen Clarke and 54t 5/27 l.awti"Y E of RY J. J. Smith 3.60 ft. for POE Cent
playing band of Dunbar high : Charity Williams. General chair- .I A potential winner from the Lot 4Z in Town of W 103 ft., S 240
Lawtey E of RY Will Lee a.9S ft., K 105; ft.. N
school Allen thrilled the
Green Cove. Principal man Dorothy Alvarez has con- start. Enoch !. Circuit fear*. Bradford Coaatf.Florlditt W lA of Lot U In to POD 35' 22 1 Paul A. Cloud 1269
Price has a contest among the i gratulated all workers and is :crowd in attendance, at the Lion's la Caaaeerr. Town of Lawtey N'-i of NE% EX 4
Lessie May Williams, Plaintiff, vs. E of RY Harry KItties 3.21 34.H of Dirt 1
grades and the person raising the proud to announce the drive has Talent Show with his ability to Walter I... Williams, Defendant. E 49 Ct. of the N RD & W of liD

largest amount of money will be "over the top." Calling in all tickle the ivories. Mr. John Torode Case No. 10-978 no ft. of Lot 5 RDXEiJ 4 'Z 22 7$ Mrs. A. A. Wil-
gone Order Of Publlratloa And VatU-e TA .S in Otts SID of liamson
crowned May Queen. The contest cans! There are still ten cans in donated a $10 consolation prize to rari State Of Florid. Tot IMi1l.tey Mattie Emanuel 4.10S of NE i of S3.9T

will close Friday, so support your circulation. Please bring them in, Allen accompanying singersand I Walter L. William, whose residence 205 ft. of Lot NWil 4 1 22 10 Ida Butler 5.17
and address is: Unknown. 6 In Oils SID of Com 210 ft 1of
favorite girl. I be they empty or full. MANY dancers throughout the pro- You are required to appear on Lawtt'y Sam Drown 13.39E [ NW Cor of XWfc
On Thursday May 19, Lawtey gram. RJE students did it again:: June 6. 1955 in the above named 440 ft. of SF.14 of i of NE'4 & run S -
I Court 2nd cause, wherein plaintiff: S'1% % of XWf4 ZS 5 2! 1 Manuel MeNeal 16.50 210 ft., E 420 ft. f
Training School will hold its an School Closing Play First prize of $25 defense bond seeks divorce. N 3/4 of SE14 23 5 22 10 Lee Kue Thl'ung 47.6 X 210 ft.. W 410 .

nual May Day Fete on the school I "The Princess was awarded to the female quar Bradluraounty 'J ele raph shall S of NEt of ft. to roB 5 7 22J J :- Susie ,Miller. 9.14
Laughing by publish this Order In next four' SE% of SW 23 5 Z! 5 Willie Cain 3.10S ,," : -
campus starting at 4 p. m. Talent: Eunice Cray. You can't afford to tette: Joan Britt, Mellonese Bar I weekly'Issues. of SE of -' Com at SE 'or of -

from the entire county will be miss the who could ber, Pearly Mae Williams and I Witness my hand and official seal SW' 25. 5 U 20' George Strong 16.80 X\\% of SWii & 0
seeing princess i .
at W'j of SE1, of runV 510.5 ft.
Starke. Florida May 4. 1955.
featured. A softball game will be not cry. A very interesting and Rosebud Kittle; second prize of OFHC1AL SEAL Charles A. DarbyAs : SF.14 of SI-l. &: for FOB NWLY 0 0

played, square dancing and small I $10 in defense stamps went to Clerk of said Court E% of SW'4 of 1038.7 ft.. WLY
IP heart warming play. Principal By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk SE4 oC XE Zi 5 23 10 John Dullard 6.06; 621.5: ft., S to -.
group games will be presented by Price is spearheading the produc- Otis Singletary for excellence in Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building II SW 'or of NWH _: .
.M. Turner A. B. Anderson E. tap dancing; and third prize of r Jacksonville, Florida.Att.s. W Z.\ of N4 of of SWU. E to .
tion assisted Benton Cam <
by of :..10XW roe 5 7 22 >
SE4 26 15"IF.A.
for Pit. 4t 5/27: NE4 5 Z! Z Robert Austin } resrott. Jr. 1%."
Burney, Z. Jennings and Principal I bridge and Beulah Lennon. The $5 in defense stamps was awarded I _____ 5/6 ot SW of .L otsA.B,1& 2 ,

Anderson. The winners will be announced play is tentatively scheduled for to the square dance group taughtby NOTICE OF IXTENTIOX TO XE14 SE%of NW4 of 26 5 22 10 A. Paul 11.85 in lying Davis 1of Bros.RD& .' -- -- '.- -

for the contest that has Wednesday night, May 25. A small Inez Butler: Annette Bryant, Notice IlECISTKU is hereby FICTITIOfS given that NAMK: the SF4! 26 S Z! 10 Mitchell McLendon 5.06 Truby SID & S

been going on for quite a while. i i I Aretha Williams, Dorcus Franklin undersigned. under the provisions of W4 of SE1.. of 539.7 ft. of NEiof
I admission fee" will be "charged.i SE
Swvt and E% of % E of RD 6 t 22 3' H. A. Prescott Jr. 15.2S
Other features will include stunts, CHURCH SEWS Armanda Easley, Arthur Chapter 1941 will 20.953 register Laws of with Florida the ,Clerk Actsf 8\\,14 of SW'4 EX The N 120: ft. of

May Pole dance and Parks Jean Holmes James Rowe of the Circuit IA in XCor of that Prt of E%
Court in and
crowning of I Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,, for 1-:14 of SW4 of of SE% of SE'4that

th May Queen. Rev. C. M. Crum pastor, will be and Jimmy Moore. Those receivinghonorable upon Bradford receipt County of proof State of of publication Florida, SW of (hqrch U 5 Z: n H. A. Prescott, Jr. 1.93: lies W of RD 22.-f .

Due to illness in the and I mention included Mar of this notice, the fictitiousname NWI/, of SW otNE'4 100 6 7 1. MaynaVd D. Lewis 22.7J
family host to the Mt. Sinai 4th Annual I of It. B. Alvarez U 5 U 10 O. C. DeGrofr 5.06 Com at NW Cor of ;" 0 : -
faculty of Hampton Training and I session of the. Woman's Mission- gie Holmes of Lincoln City, Ida Storage, under which I am Transfer engaged& NE'i of SW; of El'' of SW(4( of 00
NW% EX 1 A In NEV : run E
Wateroak schools, no May Day ary Baptist Educational District: Hawkins and Partner Willetta in business, S. Court in the St. I'erryman Starke IhiildnK. Sf Cor 35 5 2! 9 Andrew Anderson 15.35 460 ft., S 308 ft.. 0

activities have been planned. Convention. President Marzie Wysinger, Phillip Hunter Crea 11. B. Alvarez,, sole Fla. Box lA In NE Cor of W. 431 ft.. N 0 ,
I owner. NE'S of SW of 235 ft. to POD 7 7 Z! Motel
775 Jzalea.. 1J3.90
Hampton was scheduled to have Barnes will tive Dancers and the Minuet Starke. Fla. NW Com at XE Cot of ..':
preside over the opening Dated this 6th of 35 i 2! 1 Alice Davis UOSW : ".
day A D
May -
had one on May 5 which had to! session. Group. The officers and membersof 1955 at Starke Bradford County.. of SE% 1Q Ii 22 41) Kays & :Mills 1UlW SEl of XE 4 of J. .c. -
14 of N\V of SEii run W 620
be cancelled. You can still attend Pleasant Grove Methodist Church I the Lion's Club thanked all par Florida. 5/6 4t 5/27 SE4 11 6 22: 10 J. M. Lancaster. 4.37 0 ft. to N R/W ,

three. ticipants for their and W% of of of ('0 GR RD
cooperation !. Circuit
the scene of a colorful Moth Court. Bradford Coni
was r. S\\\
NV% of It i 2! 5 E. K. Ferryman 18.U for FOB, Cont W
P. T. A. & Hobby Club Chit-Chat hard work. This show will enable Florida In Cba. .rT. "
er's Day observance. Rev. Roosevelt Wm. F. S\\t of SW% of 700 ft.. S 406 ft, -

The last meeting of RJE PTA Dell delivered an inspiring some of the children of Bradford M. Bloom Bloom.Defendant.Case Plaintiff, vs. Edna NE'4 IA to EX Blackburn about to liD N XELY RAY of along CO ..,.

for the school term of 1954-55 tribute to mothers and in the ab: I County to see better and it won'tbe Order Of Publlratloa And No. Notice 10-966: as IIESe In Bk RD to POB 10 'Z Z! 3.: Elizabeth C.

was held Wed., May 11, with sence of Principal Roberts, re : from just eating carrots, but To Appear State Of Florida Tot: 63 PO 487 1& 6 22 9 Donald Conner 6,67 SEl{ of XWU of Fowler ,.n

President Sophia Royal presiding. marks were given by Leo DeSue by purchasing eyeglasses with and Edna address M. Bloom is ,UNKNOWN whose residence N 4A ofV'.. of Sivl/1 10 1 ZJ 10 O. W. & Amy 0
: : NWl, of SE'4 16 6 Z! t Wilbur Hunter 5.11
After the donations. Mosely
by Rev. Dell Sr. loyal the Wateroak You are required to onMay 13.72SE
patron of appear % A In SW ('or of Com 210 ft. W of -
the house was open for business.The I. School. Rev. D. W. Demps thanked HELP WANTED 23. 1955. In tile above named SEI. of NW4 of Cor of Sec
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff SD J., being 105 19 & run W 240
old business was to make the visitors aitd friends for the Persons interested in sellingthe seeks divorce. ft. N &: S by 210 ft. N 210 ft.. E

plans for summer payments on the generous collection left to the Bradford County Telegraph Bradford County Telegraph shall ft. E & W Ii 6 2! .S Sam W. Graham 4.66 240 ft., S 210 ft.

rew Lester Piano. This done throughout the entire county are publish this Order In next four $3 of !'E of SW4 to POB U T 2! t-: I.... R-.t Clara
was church as a good will gesture to weekly Issues. of NWI IT 6 2% 5 Annie Goodwin 13.22 Kalc1t
by the body. All captains for the develop better schoolcommunityrelations. asked to contact the editor at her Witness my hand and official ZA In SE Cor of 0 27.14
I seal at Starke, Florida, this April EI; of NE of Com at SW Cor of
"Family office old RJE school. You
made can
Rally" 0
excellent re This program concludesa 20. 19S5. sEt, 210 ft. E &: XEVi Of NE; &
ports. Money was sent all the way series of six that have been presented earn 40 cents out of each dollar (OFEJCIAL SEAL) Churtes A. Dart W by 410 S & S IS 6 Z: Z WillIam Tyson, Jr 4,10 run X 450: ft. for
from lobe make. As Clerk of said Court: !;4A as DESC In DD POB then E 210
', Sound by Vice-presi- during the year. More than you By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk BK 60 PO 339 15 6 Z! 3. .Ja.mu Cruger UO ft.. N 210 ft.Y

ffut' Ethel Singleton. Principal $300 has been raised and the entire POLIO SHOTSDr. Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Bllld- Wof SW' of :210 ft. Sto POB 29 'Z .Z!, I John Jones 4.U
Ing. Jacksonville, Florida. SE1, EX R/W. IS S Z! 10 Vaco lIankeuon 5.06 1 Lot 524: ft. Sq.
Thompkins and A. Y. Covlng'on. health of
President Royal amount has been divided in SE Cor of Blk
Attys. for Plf. 4/!! 4t 5/13 Fit. ; of NE". of
expressed their deep appreciationfor I SE'4EX2AInNE 9 Wrights Add 30 1 23: Dewitt Williams
equally among the churches of the 13.It
22 Lots I..2 of BMc
Cot IS I 11 Erne't: Dell U 5 '
very fine support all pa- communities. As a forward look Lot 9 of rlk Z In 6 in Hampton

trons had given this rally. The 'for next we hope that this NOTICE Sunny Acres SID Albert Tyson 3.U Park Mrs. Sarah
idea I year, Notice i Iii hereby given that the following described lands will 1 be S4 of Foil DESC Brugger
was introduced by Rev. Damon -.group can raise money in each sold at public auction on the 311't day of May, 1955 at StarkI' the Property S 153'", WI; of XE>.; of 2.93
Dell a loyal member of the community and furnish a room forth County of L"radford, State of Florida to pay the amount due for Tans ft. of SE', of Elk XEU! S of River 6 I 22 10 Janie Hicks 1.54
; herein set opposite to the same together with all costs of such sale 6Soflt 4W & E% of SEof
organization. The gavel was sounded new Bradford County Hospitalas and adnrth.ing.Ueurlptl4la aU Fracs S of Blk SWI. S 8 22: 20 O. B. t Janie

for the close of the meeting monument to School- 6SeTR4Wbeing lUcks 2.43
I. a S. T. R. .iffn Owner Tan.W1 Z.In SW N 100 ft. of S 525
until next September at which Community Relations." The president Cor of SE of 0 ft. of that port. .
time we look forward to I ; .of E\S S 7 19 ISO Y. D. lIarrell Jr S.43 IW: Temp SD 21 I n I Leroy Patterson 16.7::2 of NEi; of NW% 0
i C. C. Anderson, officers and I WI,.:, ofn of W of RD 1% I 2! 1 Elizabeth J. Lana-
President Sophia Royal in the i members of the Bradford County i :{EL. 19 7 U 2 1f. D. Ilarrell Jr. 7.67 XH or Foil DESC Jan &. Mary

driver's seat again. She has been' Teachers Assn. wish to thank all.. Lots 29 13 in H Town of Blk of Property S 153 H Lot S of Lake Bedford Schwartz S.U

a most faithful loyal and successful I persons who have attended these New River U4 C 20 1'. C. E'aldr&I ....n ft.Blk6SofR4W&FRASCSOC of SEVi of "0 Shores ,- Raymond G.

president for the Lot 4 of Elk 32 0 0 Werinett
past eight and contributed their 7.58
i programs to in Town of Sew BlkGSofIt4W 0 ; Lot 13 of Lake redford -
years and has made many won success. : River :23-24:: 6 20 Jessie e'l\"en 5.56 being 2A in SW ."' 5 5 Shores 0 Andrew II.
derful contributions SE'4 of SW. 27 6 %0 40 P. H. Green Jr. 9.43NE4 Cor of NE4 of ,. Cruz. Jr.'Walter 7.52
during her. Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. Rev. of SE\.. :32 6 :!I U It. H. Green Jr. 2.S1 SWVi in TEMP Lot 7 of Blk E -

administration. i E. L. Walker pastor, held regular. E of SW of SW SID 21 ( 22 1 P. D. Reddish 17.22 Mt. Pleasant S/D ... 0 R.
Thurston Elementary will hold with' & SE,, of S\V4 U 6 2Q 60 It If. Gret'n Jr. %723 [Lot 7 of Blk IS Clark Jr. 558
quarterly conference Sunday 8W'4 of 8EIoi 3: 6 20 40 E. W. Hodges 1.73 in X Reno SID Marie Dukes 5.1 17 Tract 1 B Mt
its final PTA meeting: for this',I Presiding Elder Pierce in charge. i SE% of SWI4 & K Lot 8 of Elk 19 Pleasant S/D Fred Dodd S.U
term on I 3/4 of SW of in N Reno SID Tearether Williams 3.56 Tract 16 Carl
May 16, at 7:30' At 3 m. the funeral of sister I %0 -
p. Nw4 U 70 R. H. Green, Jr. lU9 Lot 8 of Blk 21 Volikopf S/D : Maggie C. Herring S.91
p. m. President Mary Lou White,I I[Hattie Williams Carter was held. 8% of SW of in N Reno SID Ed Stone 5.1Lot7ofBlkliu 17 i 11.4A in SE Con of -' .
id NW :4 6 :!!J 10 Queen EstaGantling 0 SEVi of'v & 0 "_
asking all members to attend. I j|[The Funeral was conducted by 4.75 Gahagan SID Ivory Morris :3.1 LI N 320 ft. of SE% 0.
Treasurer Bryant will make the Chestnut Funeral Home of Gaines- ='iW'f of 'iW% :S 1 :!. U E. w. hedges 1.:3 Lot 8 of Elk 1 in ..f SWVi EX 2 i.,
complete financial I I Lot :3: EX 15.7 A Gahagan S/D Aaron Holley 3.16 Lots to Robert J. '
report for the I ville. A large group was in at- to Ernest Edwards Lot 11 of Blk :3 in Dodd 13 I Z! 14 Fred s. Dodd 6S.7

)'ear. The hobby club has done an tendance to mourn the loss of this & EH of Gahagan SID Iota Little .. :.16
of Elk
XH of Lot 4 & 3 in WH Tot
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excellent Lot 13
job for this term under faithful member and old citizen of Lot 5 & SH of Gahagan SDI Samson White :.1& Govt. Lot 3 in

the leadership of Clemmer Bryant. Bradford County. Lot 8 7 7 20 158 W. E. Bigham Jr. i.27 Lot lying in SWVi Lakeside SID E. B. Milligaa 32.97
The X 3/4 of Lots 7. of NW f of SE W 330 ft. of E 730
cancer chairman Janie Mitchell Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, 3. 9, 10 & SH leo ft. N & S by ft. of SEIi of
reported $4.69 .f Lot I! EX 1/3 SEtS 24 I 22 10 Fred S.
with the help Rev. John Groover held ( LOft.E&: W as Dodd 7.52
of quarterly A in SW Cor 7 7 20 I 217 'V. E. Eigham. Jr. 1:!.56 DESC in DD BK < S H of SEU of SW%
Principal Price, faculty and I conference Sunday night. Mostof NU of SWVi of SWVi 0 71 PG 215 2! 6 2! Frank Ward ..16 I of NWVi 25 I 22 5 Mae B. Speed. Agt. 7.0!
students of the school. the class leaders made round EX E 3 A 8 I :20 17 William E. S nf SE i of
Bigham. Jr. 27.73 SW 25 I 22 20 B, J. Alderman i.SS
Hampton Training school will,reports, showing progress.We Lots 1. 2. 10. 11 I Lot aJl DESC InDO Tracts 15 & 16 of .
hold Ward Pumpkin Patch as -
Blk 1 in
regular PTA on Tuesday. would like to have news of 228 2! Horace Calbert U.;
City S 'Z %0 G. H. Parker s..99 ,pjgSat? SW Cor of ', .; DESC Deed E-K ,z-
64 PG 93 IS I 22-
LoteSortIk lift _. E. J. Procter 9.S
I- Ward City S i:1I ],lrs. a.. A. Green i.n XWV of SW & Lots a, 9. 10. 11 & 0
Lots 5. G, 1, 8 of run E along Vi Sec 0 12 in Indian .
That's Our Business Dlk 13 In Ward line S60 ft for Beach John S. Blow UUi
City S 7 :!0 H. C. Douglas i.S3 FOB. N 200 ft.. Lot 2 In Indian 0
s1i1 Lots 3. 4 of Blk IS E 50ft.. S 200 ft. Beach Unit 2 Robert
I If It's Glass We Have It! in Ward City S 1 U Guy Harrell 7.6: to Vi Sec tine W Lotsl.2 Sc Iof Gavin 40:0 \.
1. Sec line
Lots 5, 6. 1, I of along 4 Indian Beach Unit
CALL WRITE or VISIT IHk :0 in Ward 50 ft. to POB 22 t Z! George Griffin8.67 3 HI John X. Blow
If4 Beg at NW Cor of One Lot DESC in 00 51.45 I
City S 7 %0 J. W. Thomas 5.54
SE of SE1. 'Z :o 41) Evelyn F. Thomas 2!.33 WH of SWVi., run 0 DC 75 PG 353
Joe Peters Glass Co. 514 of SW ofw", E 250 ft. for in Indian Peach 0

a SWJ.t, of SWJ.t, U 1 25 60 11. H. IIott 2.14 POB. N 180 ft.. Unit 3 1 9 22 Henry V. YrCrea %1.n i
NE'ofSE4EXS W 50 ft.. 5100 12 A In NE Cor of t
FOR ANY GLASS NEED 6 A & EX 2 A 10 ft.. E 50 ft. to 0 Lot 4 of Indian t I
SW Cor 01 SElf POB 22 S 2! W, E. Henderson 7.67 Beach Unit 3 U 8 22- U M. \". JoIner i
We Design Modern Store Fronts of SE". & SE of Com at NW Cot ofSW3ofSW& ; All Lot :S I E of RD 0 15" ,

Just Mail Us A Pattern for SEJ.t, Ii '7 :0 72 H. H. Mott UI 0 SO 12. 9 3'- 26 B. J. Alderman 5.15
W4 of XEIoi of run S 210 ft.. E I I
Table Tops SEIoi S oC St. 100 ft. for FOB 0 0 1. P.. Kelly,
Rd. 16 7 2S 1 J. W. Thomas ..51 runSl00ft.E <'
1313 N.,W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 .SW1. of XW;. I. 259 ft.. N 199 ft, 0 9 0 Tu Collector
I all NW1.i. of W 259 ft. to POB 21 'U LlnaU Tyson Bradford County, Florida !
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fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl in Orange Park with Mrs. Gentry's Dated this day of May, 1S55. Delivery date to be 30 days or out interest; down-payment to be any and all bids.
'Golden Mistress'Adventure (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby less from acceptance date of bid. the trade-in allowance on the IMS OARD 01COL'XTY COMMISSIONERS -
other two daughters, Mrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford A 1916 Chevrolet dump truck is dump truck, the balance in 12 equal I OF BRADFORD
Film BAYLESS HIM% LAKE Wm. Watkins and Mrs. Burt Bus- :County, Florida. 5/6 4t 5/17 to be trade In on the purchase of installments beginning on the 10th COUNTY FLORIDA
GENEVAby I the new truck, and can be seen by day of November. A.D.. 1955. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby
Park bee and their families. CALL FOR BIDS contacting Charles A. Darby, Clerk. The Board of County Commissioners Clerk of said Board.
Coming To Mrs Wm. Nuttles, "Granny" to SEALED BIDS will be taken from This truck to be financed, with- reserve the right to reject I tt i IS
By Anita Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Blanche CunninghamIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9:30 A. I. June 6, A.D. 1J55. for .
Secret voodoo rituals, never be- her many friends, has been quiteill furnishing: to the Board of County
for the past few weeks and her Commissioners of Bradford County,
the screen, are -
fore seen on presented Florida:
in "The Golden Mistress," Mrs. R. D. Reddish left last Mrs. A. J. Beezer and son, Louisof daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ray Nut- One 2-ton truck with 2-speed
showing at the. Park Theatre Sunday week for Norfolk, Va. to visit her Punxsutawney, Pa., and daughter ties of Wesconett has been with axle with, of not less than 135 H. P., 4c '
heavy-duty front
through Tuesday. son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. H. Barrett of Pittsburgh her. Her son-inlaw and daughter, springs; with a 10 inch and double.rear i
Mrs. R. V. Mervin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Silva came life arm-type hoist installed witha 'Ht TJeIloltIl/llte /
Starring John Agar and Rose- Pa. are spending a short vaca. steel flat platform dump bodyof Thill CbUhk
Mr. Mrs. Crosby,
jnarie Bowe, the picture tells a and tion at the home of Mrs. Beezer's :up Sunday from Tampa and took not less than 12 feet by SO ,
Jimmy Crosby and son, Jimmy, Granny home with them. She will inches. Tires-dual 900 x 20; 10 I
tale of terror that befalls the were business visitors to Jack- brother, H. Lucas. [be 89 years old in October and her; plyfon rear. and 825 x 20; 10 pit- I CAPTAIN I I. R. OLSON tells why he uses Flite-Fuel
searchers for a legendary golden Walter Forsythe. spent the weekend -
sonville last Saturday. many friends wish her an early return -
in Miami with his wife and
Idol.One I Mrs. Otis Crawford and daughter -I of health. I
of the most fabulous spots Pat, of Jacksonville visited two children who are spendingsome V

In the world the famous Citadelof Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby last time there with relatives. ............... ...... I, ? __
Haiti, is featured in this film. weekend.Mr. Mother's Day guests of Mrs. .I I

History records that 30,000 slaves Blanche Cunningham were her son-. _
and Mrs. Bobby Crosby, who \
lost their lives building this inland have been living in Bullington I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.F. I .

fortress. apartments, have move to the I L. Easterly of Jacksonville,and I c't
Agar is seen as a treasure Hernandez home. I her son and daughter-inlaw, Mr. Airs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA I \ .

hunter employed by Miss Bowe Misses Beverly Jo, Anna Ruth,. and Mrs. Richard Cunningham of : ,.
and her father to help find the and Mary Alyce Crosby attendedthe Keystone Heights. .\
treasure of the Tigris. Beset by Mr and Mrs. M. L. Thompson of Oaf e
track meet in Gainesville last The Raymond Carnes' lovely

many dangers, they soon fine I Saturday. We were happy that,new home on Lake Geneva is rapidly Jacksonville visited the Lacey
that the real treasure they are state honors. and Normans Sunday afternoon.
our boys won nearing completion they L
seeking is each other's love. Floyd and Rachel Norman were I
I The. Young Married Class of expect to move in. in the near \
I in Macclenny Sunday afternoon. JIE ONI
Bayless Hiway Church had a pic- future.
Beedie Mae accompaniedthem
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- nic on Kingsley Lake last Friday Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chrisenberryof home Harvey
night. Deland spent the weekend with ( CRAM!
purse-size fountain pens inpastel Edwin Griffis dischargedfrom ate: __
Preaching Sunday, BTU and the Gentrys.Mrs. was ;
shades Only $2.58 at Brad-I the armed forces last week. _
ford County Telegraph. ,Prayer Meeting same time as Ida M. Gentry and daug-
'usual. Rev. H. C. Martin, pastor. hter, Lillian, spent Mother's Day We are proud to see :you back Ed- _
win. i
Mrs. Lacey Norman and Mrs.I I Ii tL
Leonard Norman were in Green
Trade for Cove Springs Tuesday on busi L m a Captain for Continental Air added Di-iopropl. It gives me
11""I'f1 Lines. We use Phillips 66 Aviation what I want.. .powersmoothness
.ness.Miss ; Gasoline regularlyinour and "
Janette Griffis of Jack airplanes long mileage. I
It contains the
TUBELESS I.sonville was on her vacation last super-powercompo-
GOODYEAR nent Di-isopropI, and that makes
week and spent most of the time ''
's't.iii : it a very high performance fuel.
here with her mother. eN
i..;. .' "In my car,I like to get the best
Rev. E. C. Harvey was called to performance possible so I use Captain I I. R. Olson
Madison last week the deathof Phillips FUTE-FUEI.It's the
by only
this Continental Air
quick; SY4 way his grandfather. =-" = automobile gasoline that contains \;

George Irvin Harvey was injured :\
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your L 5 I
youllres .bo hand and arm in the wringer of for super performance up with
the washing machine. Others on
payment.14)L. the sick list are Francis Normanand

Mr. Converse. I
Don't forget church '

;I j I. \ pay as low as 1.25 Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship all flavors '
Services 11 a. m. and 7:
\\ week for the balance : Prayer Meeting each Wednesday
7:30 p. m. If ;you don't have SPECIAL sate only gaso-
\\ \ church of your own, come wor-a .,I line to which is added the super aviation fuel component f
het isopropyL And today's FLITE-FUEL is better than
full ship with us. ever.
l' value f'i 0... Both new FLITE fUEL and new Phillips 66 Gasoline have

L present tIre- our Recent BirthMr. HALF GALLONS been fortified for increased power, higher octane, longer

\ .... S ,n trade mileage. Fill up at your Phillips 66 Dealer's.
__ and Mrs. John Freeman an-I
nounce the arrival of a son In Driveway Service, too

WGOODEARI othy Mannie, on Tuesday, Apr. 89 C W tTX PERFORMANCE COUNTS/
26, in Alachua General Hospital. I :
Before her marriage, Mrs. Free-), SEE YOUR PHILLIPS 66 DEALER!
i tubeless tires are your safest buyl I man was Miss Theney Mann.I .

.Ooodyear's 3-T triple-tempered cord body, plus

I exclusive Grip-Seal construction, makes the new.Goodyear I > APPLICATION FOR I AT MOST PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE

L. Tubeless one of the most durable, House TAX Hill HEED No. 1S62 BORDEN DEALERS AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY
Notice is ,
made hereby given that
safest tires .
ever Ernestine Denmark, the holder of ___ ._, __ H. n I
Ill -v: Better Blowout Protection Bettor Puncture Projection the said following certificates certificates for a tax has deed filed to ,
t Better Performance a Longer Mileage be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers and yearn of issuance the
description of the property, and the
/ See our complete line today names in which is was assessed are
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Description of Property: How select the Perfect
1114I Nit of SW% of SEW Except Ry., I' to
Sec. :-3. T. 7 S. R. 2Z E. \
Name in which assessed: Tyden
I All of said property being in the I 1
GOODMAN'S County of I'radford. State of Flori
D. GOODMAN da. for the
Unless such certificate or certificates -
shall be redeemed according ,
U. S. 301 at South City Limits to such law certificate the property or certificates described will in fff

be sold to the highest bidder at the
I court house door on the first Monday \
4r4 in month of June, 1955 which \ June Bride !
is the S day of June, 195'$. } ,-


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