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 20, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


:f; To Sewer Tax So He Took The Check For $157,500 Nine Defendants

[ City Proposes Levy ; ---. -- _____.___ l I

:.{I.. \Will Study Other Revenue Measures I 'To Face Trial


.- //14 A sewer tax of $1.50 minimum save the cost of rough excavationby I ________ On Liquor CountsI
may soon gq into effect in Starke, using its own equipment and
as the result of action taken Tuesday labor for the purpose.

: i : night by the City Council in In other actions the Council: I Nine defendants in liquor cases,
a regular meeting. Turned the request of J.V.. the result of
recent raids by the
; 1Th ;. The new levy was recommendedby Edwards that he be issued a State Beverage Deptill be

: Jess D. Thomas, of Reynolds, building permit for a duplex buil< ,among those going on trial when
STUDENT COUNCIL leaders for the 195.>-56 school term were pickedby Smith and Hills, engineers in ing over to City-Clerk Carl Johns i County Judge T. A. Yawn's court

popular \ote In an election held at BUS last Friday. Chosen to charge of the City's utility expansion for consultation with the newly [convenes next Monday, May 23.

guide the affairs of the student governing body next year were ((1 to program, as a means of elected Board of Adjustment. ,lat 9:30 a. m. at the courthouse.
making each of the City's services Named the following 'membersto I il
r) Bobby Ferguson, president; Barbara Lance, secretary-treasurer; I The docket is as follows:
pay its own way. the Board of Adjustment: Arch L _
and Billy Moore.lce president j Calvin Blount,
assault and bat-
Thomas gave the Council a complete Thomas Sr., 1 year; S. G. Den-'
-Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the Telegraph- I tory against
report of a survey made by mark, 2 years; John A. Torode, 3 .... a Lawtey girl on May

his firm covering all the revenue- years; :Mrs. Marguerite Hall, 4 _
producing possibilities available to years; T. C. Hazen Jr., 5 years. t Arnett Thompkins, colored. driv-
Johns And Conner Urged To Speed the City. It also included suggested Turned over to the City Attorj which;ng While intoxicated. an offense

increases in water rates, elec-, ney for action, the complaint that occurred on Sept. 20, 1953.
tric rates, a garbage collectiontax the lot of W. J. Dodd needs clean Thompkins pleaded not guilty on

Cut-off From Macclenny To U. S. 301A and the reduction of free serv- ing up, after attempts to get if I Sept. 29, 1953, and was ordered
I Feb. 22
ices to any groups. done otherwise have failed J 1954 at which
I After discussing the problem Discussed the fact that more and I time the case was continued.

resolution asking Sen. Char- land, we would then have a fine ,fully, the Council authorized City I I r.ore businessmen are using metered I Herbert Prescott, possession of
ley E. Johns and Rep. Doyle E.11 selling point to the traveling:'Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. to: parking places and destroying moonshine, sale of moonshine,

Conner to "exert to the fullest I public. We could truthfully advise draw up an ordinance calling fora I the parking violation notices, possession of liquor for sale in a

every possible effort in seeking i I that approximately 12 miles, sewer connection tax of $1.50 reached no decision as to but MAYOR LUrXON of New Bern, X. C. (right) shake hands with Starke City Councilman W. T. Jackson dry county.C. .
completion of the new road now considerable time, and some toll minimum, monthly. With an estimated steps to take in the matter. Marks Ritch
1 I (left) as.the latter hands over a check for$157,500 representing balance due on the purchase by possession of
under construction from Macclen- could be saved by traveling on a I 1,000 sewer connections in Recommended that the fire hy: moonshine.
l Lad been made as a
of 17,500
I Starke of the New Bern five-unit power plant. A payment : previously
ny south to Baker-Clay. County direct line south from Folkston to the City, it was figured that the drants throughout the City be
I II I binder on the deal. Others In photograph taken last week as the transaction was closed in New Bern Jimmy Ritch sale o( moonshine.
line" was passed at a recent! the Florida Turnpike southeast to tax would produce revenue of checked and flushed periodicallyby I
I hall L. A. Stitch, :New Bern attorney C. L. Barnhardt, :New" Bern city manager; :Mike Klondes,
meeting of the Bradford Motor j I Starke via Macclenny and High- about $1,500 monthly to the City. the Fire Department. city are ((1 to r):. city ; possession and
Court Association. This proposed,land and U. S. 301. The longer I Thomas showed the Council the Suggested that a program of A. J. Thomas Jr.. Starke city attorney; and Titus Olson of the Starke Board of City Bond Trustees.! Olson t"all of bonded whiskey In a dry

road would connect with U. S. 301 I i I and more costly way would be via ,plans for the new power house. spraying against mosquitoes be and Jackson remained in Xew Bern several days to check and load out a carload of spare parts and county.

at Highland.The I U. S. 1 to the Turnpike near I and said that his firm would be instituted by Jack Trawick, Coun accessories which have already armed in Starke. The five 1,000-kw units will not be brought here until Gary Reddish (colored). posses

resolution continued: "It is',Jacksonville. This fact could and i ready to ask for bids on the job ty Sanitarian, as soon as ossible;- a building; is constructed to house them. sion of moonshine, and possessionof
our unanimous opinion since the I would of necessity have to be adequately -I about June 1. The Council went Ordered Clerk Carl Johns to liquor for sale in a dry county.

full length Florida Turnpike has acfvertised. This would I II over the proposed building in great notify any plumber, electrician, or Florence Reddish (colored), sale
been approved for construction,I greatly aid in keeping southbound detail, with the aim of curtailing contractor that it is mandatorythat On Safety Measures "If moonshine.

that no community with so muchat traffic from Routes 1 and 301 com expenses wherever possible, and I they obtain permits before Spot Pepper Are AuthorizedFor Heroux Case Arnett Thompkins (colored),

stake will suffer as greatly as ing through Starke as is now the told Thomas that the City would doing any work in Starke. possession and sale of bonded

will Starke and vicinity. We will case. For Prison whiskey In a dry county.

be a ghost town in every sense of' "In accordance with this work, Power Failure Tuesday HighlightsNeed Threatens Loss I Steps were taken in Tallahassee To Grand Jury Claude Myers (colored), pos
it is of of
the pharse. It now behooves us to course prime import session and sale of
Is ance that U. S. 301 north of, Tuesday to tighten up securityat moonshine.
salvage as much as possiblefor I I
the future and we therefore Starke be widened and recon-' For Additional Units Here In Some FieldsA the State Prison, including in- Evelyn Scott (colored), posses-
Next sion
stallation of three devices to detect MondayThe of moonshine.
suggest the following as our only structed, for it is now rapidly be-
hope of survival as a leading community coming more and more battered by I Electric service to the' north-! ed and only prompt action saved'the metal and pistols.

of this state. the heavy traffic it handles. west section of Starke was disrupted -' entire engine from catchingfire brownish spot on pepper pods, The State Board of Commis- case of the State of Florida Brooker Sales

"We recommend that every possible "We further suggest that our three times Tuesday when and being destroyed. Wasdin developed extensively in some sioners of State Institutions approved against George A. Heroux Jr. on

avenue of hope be investigated Senator, and Representative seek Engine 2 at the power plant went said Wednesday that repairs to the fields, and just appearing in others a request of Prison Supt.L. a warrant for first degree murder Total $71,251For I
to. it's fullest in considerationof to bring about a meeting- all out of commission. The-light fail- engine were being made as rapidlyas ,, appears this week to have F. Chapman to spend dete.ctors.$15,000for will be presented to a grand jury
discontinued interested particularlythose ures interruped the baseball possible. hurt the chances of grow- purchase of the The
completion of the now parties gamein pepper at the spring term of Circuit Past WeekPotatoes
road between the Clay in .Baker and Clay Countiesand progress at BHS stadium. Second largest of the engines in ers in this area to make a good board also gave him permission to Court in Union County next Mon-
County line and U. S. 301 northof the State Road Department Riley Wasdin, plant superintendent the power plant, engine 2 is of 450 crop this year.A purchase new alarm signals,
Highland (NOT Maxville.) Representative, at which time a made KW capacity, was purchased in team of Extension Service experts -: tional gates, and four pieces of day.State's are moving fast across
I T. E. Duncan
'The road in Baker County between Bradford Motor Court Association 1946 and has given excellent serv from the University of Florida bullet-proof glass. Attorney the Brooker Market this week,
Macclenny and the Clay delegate would be available to'present Clay Electric REA to make ice up to this time. F. E. Myers, assistant vegetable These new precautionary measures -said yesterday that some 20 to 25 Manager Ralph Nettles reported,

County line, is fast nearing completion our views in full. We also up for the 400 KW loss and the Wasdin said that with this en- crop specialist, and Dr. C. B. follow in the wake of the'witnesses will.be which: heard during the with the price back up to $3.50, I

and ag is now contemplatedwill feel that is is not too early to. service, was restored to normal. gine out of service temporarily, the Hall, assistant horticulturist, sum slaying of Asst. Supt. J. G. God{proceedings will consumeat 'after having dipped 25 cents.Volunie .

dead-end at the Baker Coun- start the ball rolling now while' The trouble was caused when power plant will be loaded to full moned to inspect the damage by win by desperado George Herouxin least one full day. Is heavy this i week, he I

ty line. If Jhis road could be continued there still remains several weeks j' the alternate on the engine short-: capacity. County Agent George Huggins an escape attempt. I If the grand jury returns a true said,and should wind up the pota-

on to 301 north of High- of the present legislative"session.." office, visited the fields of Lonnie bill Monday, agajnst Heroux for I toe deal for this season. I

Calvin Blount All Road Projects Crawford and Luther Hilliard BuyersReady the slaying of Assistant Prison Nettles expects cukes to start I

May Sell FFA Members Tuesday afternoon, and proncunc- Superintendent J. G. Godwin on appearing on the market next I
City *
Should Be CompleteIn el: the trouble as a condition similar Deal April 4, it is expected that he will week, and reports that they are
In I
For HonorsIn For
One Generator Compete Custody Three Months Il to blossom end rot in tomatoes -, Spring be arraigned at an e any date before -,bringing good prices at the present I

District Meet Judge Ceo. L. Patten and a time.

Of Parole BoardCalvin All road building in Bradford At Lonnie Crawford's farm no At Market HereTommy date set for the trial Heroux He said that out Brooker way'

II Terms Are MetThe Several members of. the Brad- County should be completed in marred pods could be found in the: will be represented by his attorney, they had a regular "toadstrang.ler" .

ford Chapter, Future Farmers of Blount was released from about three months, an officialof pepper" patch, although Crawford!I Morris, Bob Turner, and John E. Santora of Jacksonville.The rain last Sunday, with some

City of Starke may sell one America, journeyed to Lake Cityon the county jail this weekunder the State Road Department stated he, has found a few, and I W. T. Davis are among the buyers State's Attorney has filed cattered hail which did only minor

of the five generators recently May 6 to compete for district bond of $500, but was immediatelytaken estimated this veek. later showed a couple with the I lined up for the spring crop deal informations against Ruth Heroux damage.

purchased from New Bern, N. C., honors in Parliamentary procedure into custody by parole authorities He said that the work of sprig- brownish spots that he had on the Starke Farmers Market, M. Staffa and her husband, Raymond, Sales totaling $71,251.40 were

as a result of an Inquiry receivedlast public speaking, and harmonica in Gainesville.Blouux ging the shoulders of Highway ed earlier. Pick-I R. Judd, manager, reported this on charges of "conveying a weapon made on the Brooker Market dur-

week. contest. The Bradford Chapter was a'-rested last: week 100, with Bermuda and Pensacola However: at Luther week. into prison with the purpose of ing the past week, as follows: I

The City Council acted promptly had previously won these three I on complaint of John Crews, Law- Bahia grass, and Bermuda seed farm, bush after bush was found!i j He said that a light volume of aiding an escape." Maximum pen- Potatoes red Size A, 13,416, $3

on the proposition, made by an contests at a sub-district meetingin 'ley who chartjaj Blount with an received a big help last week from ]ito be loaded with pods ,showing beans-with 106 hampers sellingat alty on this charge, under presentlaw -$3.50, $43,880.76; potatoes red

equipment broker of Cleveland, Melrose.A assault and battery against Crews' the frequent showers, and that the discoloration, and it appeared J'[ $2.75, for a total of $291.50, and is ten years. A bill is now size B, 1,878, $2.5-$2.15.( $4,912.-

Ohio, offering by letter last Sat- parlimentary procedure team daughter, Mary, on May'7. The the road itself, built of 18 inchesof that at least 75 per cent of the potatoes-with hampers selling pending in the State Legislaturewhich 75; potatoes red comm., 4,278, $2

urday to sell the generator for consists of six. boys and each I case is to be tried in County Judge compacted material, would be first picking was a loss. I[from $2.75 to $3.25 for a total of would make smuggling a $2.25, $8,947.95; potatoes white

$50.000, and set a 30-day limita- group is asked to illustrate three j T. A. Yawn's court term, starting lone of the finest around this sec- Soil samples were taken at both,I$753: were sold on the market dur- weapon into a state, county, or size A, ((100 lb. bags) 737, $4.50, f

tion on the deal. abilities, with a different boy presiding -I next Monday. tion. farms, and results of the analysiswill ing the past week. city jail a felony, punishable by a $3,316.50: ; potatoes white size B,

On Wednesday, City Clerk Carl I for each ability Each boyis I Young: Blount was released from Speaking of the Rosier Road, the be made known later. I I The newly added shed facilities maximum of 20 years. Even if ((50 lb. bags) 50, $1.10, $55; potatoes -

Johns received a reply,.asking for asked one question by the official II the State Prison five months ago official said that progress is good, Other growers who report the'will be employed this season, Judd ,[passed by the Legislature, how- white comm. (50 lb. bags) 75,
further details, which he furnished judges." after serving two sears of a ten,but that when completed some same trouble are Don Alvarez,I said, when Wainwright and Teston ever, this bill would not affect the $1.60 $120;. pole beans No.1,
by return mail. I Elliott Williams! Leroy Norman, status of the present case, State's 1.086, $4.70-5.45, $5,602.65
Team members this year are: year sentence for fatally stabbinghis caution will have to be shown by will be in operation with produce! ; pole
Only last week Starke completed J. R Underhill Stephen Kelly,. father in 1952. He was!' given' the public at its western end, and ,Leon Renfroe. from their large plantings of pep- Attorney Duncan said. beans No.2, 72, $1-$1.45, $96;

the deal for the five 1,000 KW Warren Johns, Clyde Griffis. Ken- a conditional pardon contingentupon where the narrow Flowing Well Myers and Hall stated that per, cukes, green beans, and egg- Mrs. Staffa has confessed that YCN squash No. 1, 370, $2.50-3,

generators, paying New Bern, N. neth Mott, and Huey Crosby. They obtaining suitable employment bridge will he a risky bottleneck.He every effort is being made by the I plant, Tommy Morris will also'oc' she concealed the tiny pistol used $983; YCN'squash No. 2, 128 $1.25. 1
C. $17 ,OOO, which placed second in the Meet. : said that the new road In Experiment Station to discover I cupy some of the newly added to kill Godwin, in her girdle and $1.60; cranberry beans, 320, $1.75

was 25,000 less than incidentallY'1 I Roman Alvarez represented the: Blount stabbed. his father in an I Union County which connects with the cause and find a solution to platform space, Judd added. smuggled it into the prison -$2.25, $618.50; tendergreenbeans
wanted for the I the problem, which has been foundin I I grounds where she left it under 35, $2, $70; Contender
chapter in public speaking and. argument that took place in frontof i the Rosier Road has been completed. Terming the general crop outlook -i
The Council in a regular meet- placed third. the Starke Ice Co. when the' several nearby areas, and is as good, Judd said that a some towels in the ladies rest room. beans, 9, $1J5, $15.75; Black Valentine I
ing Tuesday night expressed the quite prevalent farther south. | volume of Her husband admits that he Beans, 562, $2.25-$3, $1- .
Mark Moore competed in the senior Blount wanted his son to,78 [heavy corn, pepper, peas, pur-
view that four of the generatorswould harmonica contest and also placed carry a large cake of ice ta his' The studies being made the'etc. is expected. chased the pistol from a dealer in 513.05; Wade beans 434, $2.18 -

provide ample generating third. car. men said, are checking the pH.I, Miami $2.75, $959.50.

power for some time to come and The Chapter will soon be elect Get Diplomas nitrogen values, and the moisture, About Mrs. Staffa, who was formerly

that if $50,000 could be gained by ing new officers for the forthcoming Stronger DDT,Spray relationship, especially that which I Hospital married to Heroux said she took LegionnairesBoost .
selling the fifth one, that would school term. Several boys Commencement Exercises for the occurs when the weather turns 60 Pct. Complete the gun into prison because she CandidacyOf
lighten the financial burden on the Favored For CornUse after normal rain.
:dry a
period of was afraid of Heroux's friends
are planning to run for the offices, 78 graduates of Bradford High I
City appreciably. The The new Bradford County Hospital "on the outside" Arch Thomas
and the field is wide condition is much more who she believed
open. 10 cent DDT School will begin Sunday night, !
of. per as: a now under construction is
widespread this year than at any might do her bodily harm unless
control the May 27, with the Baccalaureate about 60 cent complete, and The candidacy of Arch Thomas 1
Rotarians Hear against corn ear worms other time, they reported. per ''she aided the desperado in his escape -
Strawberry Gross : coming into wider use, an Extension Sermon In the First Baptist work is proceeding smoothly, R. E. plans. Jr for Department Commander of
Casey Discuss Edmondson, hospital administrator the American Legion will be decided -
Worker from the University Church. The sermon will be delivered -Bad Check Case Still a mystery is how the pistol
Below, 54 said.this week. this Sunday, :May 22, at
Work Of Jaycees Way of Florida -said this week.F. this year by .Rev. J. E. .got from the ladies room into the
Settlement Made Sarasota, where an election of
The building is "dried in" he
I. E. Myers, assistant 'vegetablerop Sherwood, pastor of' the First possession of Heroux who was state officials of Florida legionnaires
Tom Casey, president of the meaning that the roof is on of all
A few berries are still being sold stripped clothing and searched -
Bradford County Jaycees, spokeon I : specialist, stated that while i Christian Church. The case of C. L. Green, chargedon and the interior safe from the will be held.
before '
.Ion the Starke Farmers Market }d.R. I 'being placed in.an "iso- f
the purpose and program of his the official recommendations are Diplomas will be awarded to four counts of issuing worthless elements, and contractors are lation cell" Candidate.Thomas Bill and I
Judd reported this week, with on the third floor of
organization at the luncheon meetIng -''a still 5 per cent DDT every 48 the graduates at outdoor exer-I checks,which was to have been I I pouring the finished flooring. the prison barracks.On Alyce Graham, Ben Suslow, and I
total of 237 crates, selling from
of the Rotary Club on Wednes- hours after the silks appear, many, cises in Memorial Stadium Fri : before Circuit Judge John A. The Job was started in the latter the morning of April 3, as T. M Finley left early Wednesday !
I. .
day. Us low to $9.70 high, with total experts now favor the use. cf the day night, June 3, at 8 o'clock. last part of October of last year, Heroux was being taken from his to drive the locomotive there and

Casey said that any young man(I revenue of $1,704. stronger insecticide.He The commencement address will Thursday, was and the contract called for 365'cell to the showers, he produced the to.set up campaign headquarters.On 1

between the ages of 21 and 35 i I This week's sales make the said many growers in the be delivered by Dr. J. B. White,fed: when the defendant plead- days for completion, so on the ,gun and ordered an unarmedguard Saturday the following are f

is eligible for active membership total for the season $59,015.35, Belle Glade: area are using the 10 dean of the College of Education, and made restitution of contract basis, the building is five to take him to the superin- also scheduled to leave for the I
I I convention
in the Jaycees and said that the which is considerably below the per cent'dust University of Florida. involved. months away from completion.I !'tendent's office. It is believed :
I Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington
organization needs more representation $87,000 total last year, $83.000 in I that he intended to force Supt. L. I IMr
I and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., Mr,
among the young business 1953, and $160,000 In 1952. Stillit IF. Chapman and.or Assistant
"STRANGE GOINGS ON AROUND HERE .. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr.. Charles
men of the community. I appears that for the number of Supt. Godwin to act as hostages {
R. Partin,, Ray Stone, John Grew
He I plants set out which was very while he made a get-away
outlined the
of projectsthat throughthe
some Albert Lee Crosby. Kenneth Grider !
have been accomplished by small as compared with former Herb Doctor Claims 'Witch Hypnotized Him"Don't main gate of the prison.As Bill Patray, Charlie Schaefer, I
the Jaycee group since its reorganization years, the return to growers was Heroux and the guard made
Guy Andrews, John Godwin, See- i
last fall, and said that,good. you go out there in the hearing before County Judge T. to the ditch, and bicycles; thrownin : have to tell you this you better their way down the corridor lead- ber Goodman, and Larry Gibson.

the group is eager to tackle other dark," Mattie Green, colored cautioned A. Yawn Tuesday morning "and the ditch, all caused by that wash your brain!" ing to the superintendent's office, Local Legionnaires are optimisticas
programs for the, betterment of Cub Scouts Enjoy her son, Frank, last Sunday then he shot twice more, and I witch. Yawn "For two' they were seen by other guards to Thomas' chances in the elec
the By Judge : over who attempted to close in the
community. Geneva Park OutingIdeal night. "You might meet your shot twice, and then he shot twice "Just last week," he stated, on
years now the county has had to desperado. In the ensuing scuffle -
introduced H. '
Casey was L.
by death out there. more. "a car got stuck in a ditch at a tion.WCTU
Gibson, who had charge of the weather favored the first But Frank took her gun any-I Fortunately, no one was hit in culvert. We jacked it up, and got put up with you people muttering, Godwin was fatally wounded. Contest I

program.A Cub ScOut outing of the 1955 sea- way, and went outside. Pretty the wild exchange of shots, which'lone wheel clear, and then the and bickering, and quarreling, and
piano solo by Joan Furlongand son held at Lake Geneva last Fri soon he got scared and- Wham!!!I other dug down into real hard it has got to stop. If any of you Hi.Y Club Elects Closes Out TodayStudents
must sounded like
a clarinet solo by Jack Miller day afternoon. The park lifeguardand he blazed away into the night 1 have something dirt and got stuck. It was a cause any more trouble, and upset New SweetheartsSandra
at BHS remindedthat
highlighted the musical part of four of. the Den Dad super-I Hearing the shot, the daughter Red Gulch on a Saturday night. spell on the car that caused it all. the peace and quiet, it will be jail are
20 is the last
Friday May ,
the program. vised water sport, and, entertain-. of a neighboring white man,I All the principals lived to appearat Then I had a dream that a dark for all of you. If you stay in this Johns and JoAnn Slade day for entry of in the
The club welcomed back Rev. ment was continued on the pier, "'Doctor" D. C. Jones, screamed j Tuesday's hearing, when the complected woman was makingme county, you are going to behave were elected 1'i-Y Sweethearu for contest papers the
essay by
Robert Sommer who has been absent -following a picnic-style supper. 'Run, Daddy -. someone's trying 'following statements were made: drink a bucket of muddy yourselves." 1955-56 at the regular meetingheld local WCTU. The decision of the
from meetings for several More than 55 Committee members to kill you." I By Jones: "Mattie Green is a water, and it was that woman As no formal charges had been in the USO Monday night. judges will be announced and

weeks because of illness.It Den Dads, and Mothers,' Urged to speed by the sound I II' witch. She has been putting there that made me do it." made, the affair was ended with The party planned jointly with awards made Friday night,

was voted to send a telegram Cubs and guests agreed that this..Iof a bullet hitting a piece of tin, spells on me, and lately she By Mattie Green: "The whole the judge's warning..A the Little Women's Club for May 27, in the WCTU room of May the

to Arch Thomas Jr., a Rotarian, outing was a great success and.,Jones dashed to his car and got !hypnotized me so bad I couldn't thing ain't nothing but that few years ago "Doctor" Jones 20 has been postoned, due to a Tabernacle annex.

wishing him success in his cam- appreciate the selection of Lake, his gun. move for hours. There's been a Jones he's crazy!" was tried on charges of selling:conflict of dates, and both groups There will be a musical

paign for State Commander of the Geneva Park by Lou Hillcndahl,I I "I shot twice at where the gunshot ,lot of funny work going around By Jones' lawyer, to Jones: herb and root medicine, and let off will meet Monday to select a new I I.[beginning at 7:30 program Refresh'meats -
American Legion. Committee chairman. came from," he related in a here, with cars being thrown in- Even. though .you are my client,' on the promise that he would quit. [date and decide on the type of will be served.0" .


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.., in the subject right.now. ca's Fernandina Beach installation 20ill, last from 1 to 5 p.m. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- owners Albert same and as Ruby above.Saopenfield;
By an overwhelming vote rf 33 to 1 the State # May 20, 21, and 22. The 700 Container Corporation brook purse-size fountain pens in Dated this 25th day of Apru
its blessing to a proposed&tto3SAta .At the present time, it feels that The open house, biggest ever employees in the Fernandina Beach pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- A.D.Fla., 1)55. Starke, Bradford 4J:9 County.U Si:'

t that would allow counties there has been a change in the held at the facility and the first area have received personal invitations ford County Telegraph. -- -
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hot :
refer- weather with the long dry -- -
approval of the voters in a local I of any kind since 1951 was an- asking them to bring
upon to abolish the offices of school trustees We dug a couple of hills of our spell over with for the time being.It nounced today by R. E. Phinney, families and friends. OTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Wash Your Clothes
endum, looks now as if we have en- and From 9 a.m. until noon and TAX DEED
and transfer Their duties to the school boards. Irish potatoes this week, to see rainstorms General Manager of the mill Home Hill :\o. IS62
in tered the season of daily E. H. Bixby, General manager of from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday. May Xotice is hereby given that 9 Pounds
Although at first blush this might seem if they were ready and as: we and if so. it will be a the box plant 21, open house will be held for Ernestine the following Denmark.certificates the holder has filed of

keeping with a trend toward consolidation or got five lbs. of spuds, mostly No. great relief. It will be the public's first the general public. A second such said certificates for a tax deed to For 40c!
after discussing 4 4 be issued thereon. The
abolishment of unnecessary 1's we decided to dig them' this chance to see new mill sectionsand session is scheduled from .1 to 5p.m. numbers'ani years of Issuance the
the matter with local school officials, week. At the rate of about 2 1-2 Ever since we've names in which is
have reached the conclusion that although watchdog, we've had him tied up, plant. completed in late 1954. Biggest single feature of the as follows: was assessed are
we recent have been stripped of lbs. per hill with about 1,300 feet because if he gets out on the hard "We hope the public will acceptour sessions will be complete and con- Certificate No. 57. 0
in years
trustees their they still perform enough planted from one sack of seed, road he'll be hit by a car. But invitation," Phinney and Bixby tinuous tours of the mill and box Year Description of Issuance of Property 195S. : We Will

many of powers, their continued we.should get a good return, even lately we've been bringing the said. "We're proud of the plants plant, Phinney and Bixby said. NH of swij\ of SRVi\ Except Ry., Dry Your Clothes
service to justify Sec. M, T. 7 S. R. 22 E.
worthwhile lost sacks how
though we the first two monster into the house, and and of Container Corporation's Tours will be marked with directional Name in which assessed
Bradford County. : Tyden
existence at least in we planted. he loves it, especially the extra part in the community and we'd signs and employee Yarn. For 20cIn

The Constitution of our State provides S food he begs. Guess he needed a like the people of this area to guides will be stationed at interest County All of)said f rradford.property State being of In Flori the

for the election biennially of three schooltru'stees Early this week we saw a flock little variety in his life. know us better and share our points to answer questions da. Sew Automatic Driers!

who shall hold their offices for two of birds in the corn which we had S S SWell pride." and explain processes. ficates Unless!' shall such be certificate redeemed or certi-

and who shall have the supervision of all never seen before. From a little we haven't got "bats in To take care of the expected Refreshments will be served at to law the property described according in 0
years bird book we have, Alice identified our belfry" yet, but we've got the the end of the tours. At this point such certificate or certificates will
the schools within the district visitors, the open house has been be sold to the highest bidder at the
them as bobolinks. Wish we had next best things in some birds will of court house
divided into three sections one guests also see a display door on the first Monday -
Years ago the school trustees were very more time to study the wide nesting in our fireplace chimney. products made by the Fernandina is the in$ month of June. 1955. which The Washeteria
day of June, 1955.
powerful for the three in each school district had variety of birds around here, but And don't those things make a plant. Dated- this 2 day of. (ay. 1955
the hiring and firing of teachers in that district most of the time we're trying to roaring noise when they take off. 15 per the cent of the procurementof Defense Visitors will see plants and of- Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit, SEAL Court) Charles of A.Bradford Darby Temple Ave. S.tarkeS

and also had con- keep some of them from eatingup took long time to figure Department of much of County Florida. .
almost entirely in their hands It us a fice buildings that cover 5/6 4t 5/27 .... l-_ '-t'.E- --t L
which is about half of the whole .. .
trol of the school budget. our crops. out what it was.iij. the 200-acre plant site. They will ""
$31.5 billion of appropriations for .
But with the passage of the Minimum Foun- Our little planting of tomatoes next year, will be done on a competitive see designed, too. that to offer the entire a completely facilityis ;;- :- -=;- :-=:-jiC: : : --:._ :

dation Program in I 1947 the number of school looks good right now, butwe're bid basis. TO give you meet
very integrated box operation to SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
reduced from an idea of possible savings, during
trustees in Bradford County was not counting on them for Report the expanding needs of the citrus.
three for each district to three for the entire anything, as we'll never forget World War II, procurement was produce, textile and other industries -

county and their authority and power was something "Pop" Moore said one on a negotiating basis, but .the of the South. DRASTIC

drastically cut especially as, to the hiring and time. "A farmer has a crop that from government reserved the right to The property today bears little

firing of school personnel.Now looks good," Pop said, "but justat re-negotiate the contracts if the resemblance to the original mill. .
cost seemed excessive. Ten billion FIRE AND
when he
reaches out built in 1937 to produce sulphate
school trustees meet only twice a
our to get it and sell it it's 4 dollars were recovered during
gone! (kraft pulp. Production was
to affirm the appointment of teachers CongressIJ4 World War II because of these
year once Alice is interested in the plum to- agumented by the addition. in REDUCTIONSKeep
.who have been selected by school principals, matoes, for she thinks they will excessive costs. It has been esti- 1948, a mill to manufacture kraft
and again to affirm the appointment of principals stand the hot mated that if we had unified pro-
weather better than linerboard and again. in 1952, by Ycur INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit
by the school superintendent. The law states the others. by BILLY MATTHEWrThe curement, if our services bought installation of a "high yield" pro- from the LOWEST possible rates.
from and
that they can reject an appointment only by S. a catalogue, cess. The final unit in the long
The deep green color which House last week passedand if other unification procedureswere plan for the property was
showing "good cause" for such action. range STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY
to the Senate a adopted we might save the
most of our sweet corn has right returned the addition of the container plant.
The trustees are also empowered to meet jointly looks to increase the pay of Post Office enormous amount of $5 billion per
very good and it just From that 1937 beginning. Container -
with the school board to hear charges against about makes- our mouths waterto employees for an average of 8.8 year. I pointed out to the House Corporation has become the Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone

anyone serving under a continuing contract. think of how good a mess of per cent. that in one year's Time we could largest single employer in Fernan-

Bradford County school trustees 0. J. fresh corn is, with Jots of butter One of the most Important probably save enough money to dma Beach and the largest 285 129 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
Phillips Lawtey; L. F. Dinkins, Starke; and A. and seasoning on it Got to try measures discussed last week was pay for the whole cost of the price single taxpayer. The companyalso ,
L. Green Brooker to keep the to for the admission support program for the six basic market for
serve without salary or even ear worms out of it, the bill provide provides a major
reimbursement for expenses. School Superintendent .1 though.- of Hawaii and Alaska as the agricultural crops during the en- the South's timber industry, buy- $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE S SAVE

s 49th and 50th states in the Union. tire years of this great program. ing 88 cent of its pulpwood --- > -',- ';'.- "'..:; _:.:
H. P. Morgan states that they have donea per IL 7.-
I am much interested in -- ,. .. .
very --
Gave and voted -- -------- -- --
the defeated I
and'deserve section of right field This bill was from independent land owners and
good job the of the
appreciation ,
where bill.I legislation which has been pro- _. .
the '
our berries and potatoesare with the majority against farmers. : -- "" -- -- -- --
public. -
posed to appropriate $50 million -- - -- -- '" ---- -- --- "-'
of -
an extra good soaking with just cannot see the wisdom Visitors will get a full tour
The Superintendent opposes the abolishing of our irrigation system this week departing from the long established for each of the next five yearsto Friday Saturday, and Sunday but

school trustees on the grounds that they serveas and the results were almost a policy of this nation in admit- aid in construction of medical they would have to travel consider- FACTORY FACTORY

an imprtant. link between the public and miracle. Before we did it, the ting new states only if they area schools.I ably longer and farther to see -

school authorities. He feels that three lay representatives potato vines were dying and the part of the ontiguous land mass am happy to report that as ol!. all the properties of Container APPROVEDENGINEERED

of the public acting unselfishly ,berry plants?were' wilted with of our country. I do not thinkit today the foreign outlook is bettei Corporation. The company, with -V

for the betterment of both the school and the many of them dead. We ran the wise tp go as in the case Hawaiai! and we are breathing a little bil t general offices in Chicago has SERVICE PARTS
system about 10 hours and put nearly 2500 miles across the Paci- easier in our efforts to maintair I facilities in 35 cities in 20 states,
community, can and do serve as an invaluable
about 2 inches of water on the fic to admit a new state; and in peace. The Bandung Conferencof i in which there are six paper stock
advisory .
group.Illustrating crops., and the potatoes came the case of Alaska, to go acrossa the Asian and African nations, plants, 13 paperboard mills, 18 JVashing
his point he cites the hesitancyof back to life and the berries look foreign country Canada to the admission of Germany into th! shipping container factories and Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning

a citizen who may not understand the present better. admit another state. I believe NATO alliance with their Army,. one paperboard specialties factory. JVrecker Service

system of grading in schools today quite different that If we were to admit Alaska to-be of 500,000 and a peace! In addition, the company owns a

from that used 25 years ago. He might But then we had to dismantlethe and Hawaii that soon we wouldbe treaty with Austria can be seen a;! subsidiary, Carton Internacional,
hejtitate to ask school authorities to explain system and move it across the cJhled upon to dmit Puerto developments on the positive side'. S. A., in Panama, which, in turn.GRADUATION BRAKE TIRES IGNITION

the new system but would feel free to discuss highway to water our runner Rico as a state and possibly the -AAALAAAAAA._.____pppppppp.. AAA A .pp-a a a a a a ass . .'.-. . . . TESTING AND STARTER
the matter with a school trustee who, in turn patch, for almost before we knewit Virgin ;Islands. BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR

could present the issue to school personnel. the nursery plants were wilted Last week the House passed the GIFTS L FENDEit LINING SALES BATTERIESALL

As a matter of fact the Superintendent states and dying too. Got it moved appropriations for the Departmentof i"'l
without too much trouble, and Defense in the amount of REPAIRS AND ELECTRICALBODY
that he has just such a special advisory board AT OUR STORE
wetted down the runner patch doing $31.5 billions. This represents 55 WORK SERVICE SERVICE
from R.J.ENegro( ) high school working with most of it at night, when per cent of all our expendituresand '

him at the present time and as a result, the there isn't so much loss due tn all of us in Congress, I think, LOVEBRIGHT E
.public and the school system both benefit. evaporation. realize that this enormous expen- I Complete Lubrication Service
So do not jump to the '
conclusion, as may be diture will be with us indefinitely.In DIAMOND
inferred from the lop-sided Senate vote, that One trouble we're having w"ith fact testimony presented to us .4 DODG JOB-RATED TRUCKS

school trustees have outlived their the system is the doggone engine would indicate that we are goingto .
usefulnessand Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
should be done away with. The Senate's Jupe. He is mighty fussy about have to spend in the neighbor- 3 Bridal Sets .. _i4e: E

action, in effect would merely place a constitu- the amount of gasoline he gets in hood of $35 billion a year for defense S Large Selection _____ E We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
the carburetor .
and at times Sam for many years to come in
tional amendment before the voters for approvalor spent an hour or more yanking on order to keep our Armed Fojces
Even if approved each county the rope starter. But Jupe seems at approximately three millionmen 3
will still have the right to retain or abolish its to be like a mule; once you get and women. Congress has

board of school trustees. If careful consideration him started, he'll keep right on applied pressure to the Defense 3 I \ 600 Temple Ave.t pgj f Phone 69

is given to the matter, however we believe that going. Department to procure their sup-

few of them will vote their trustees out of ex S plies on the basis of competitivebids 151 W. Call St. Phone 375 t YOUR DODGE. PLYiUOUTll DEALER
istence. Speaking of irrigation we won rather than on the basis of
Far from doing with the offices der" if it wouldn't be a good idea negotiating contracts which are 4 .. ..,. ,
--l ,. : ., .. away. ..u of any to have a meeting here in Brad- usually on a cost plus basis. Only :._- !-= "" puuuc-spinted citizens who are willing to serve >
the community without pay we say thank Heavenfor -


No Pride In This RecordIt What more is there at ?

is good to learn from the annual report of any price

the National Safety Council that fatal traffic

accidents in 1954 were down five per cent from

the previous year, that total accidental deaths

were four per cent lower and the deathrateof #

56.5 per 100,000 population was the lowest on

But. encouraging as the percentages are, _

there is little reason to congratulate ourselveson ..

the fact that only 36,300 persons lost their ...

lives on our highways, and only a million and a L.i i ?

quarter more were injured traffic, but managedto .. < .
live. The --- *- l # 4. t.
91,000 people killed in accidents of 'ia --'--

all types would populate a city larger than

Springfield Ill. or Galveston, Texas; while the ( I
9.200,000 who were injured would fill up New ,." ::W"v.:'1'--:''- ;., iktL:

York City, Albany Buffalo and Rochester. /
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Here in Bradford County one of the smallestin ,
% _-_'_-_ ------------
area in Florida there were seven deaths on '. e. .:.._. -
the highway in 1954. And while the national ) yt
rate is declining our local rate of fatalities,shows M

an alarming increase. In 1953 there were five

highway deaths, and in 1952 only one in this -

county : :

Obviously, Bradford County can take no share .
of the credit for the declining national rate of 4

deaths. )) % )) a : ::

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holics i is that they aren't anonymous.-Cynthiana ,

(Ky.) Democrat.A .
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FRIDAY MAY 20, 1955
Edward G. RobinsonIn 'YYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYfTYTYYYI Emajean Hall and Pat Bowers. I visiting relatives near Hampton.He .I Aid To Blind .
Walter S. (Scotty) Nyborg, ad- has been stationed overseas I '

'Black Tuesday' HAMPTON visor of the group, led the con- in the Pacific area. Get Small. Increase

gregation singing.CE Mr. and Mrs. Drew Addison of I I
At Park SundayAfter Visits Marineland Jacksonville visited at the Raleigh The State. Senate on Monday I I
By Mrs D. E. Hill passed a House-approved bill to
Members. of the Christian Brannen home Saturday afternoon. '
a aix-year vacation from i increase the maximum aid to
, ALAALAALLALLALLAAAALLAAAEighth of Hampton Christian Mrs. Jessie Chastain's sister
the type of role that made him blind pensioners from $50 to $55 ,
Church visited Marineland Sunday
Mrs. J. L. Chancey of Palm Beach
famous throughout the world, Ed- Grade Comedy per month. The bill now goes to
afternoon, chaperoned by Pastor visited in Hampton last week.
ward G. Robinson is once more Presented at Hampton. Gov. Collins for signature.This .
nd"Mrs. Willard M. Jones. Those For the weekend, another sister,
playing the part of a vicious mob- Eighth grade students at Hamp- act also restric-
who went on the trip were Joyce Mrs. George Cottman of Ocala,
tter in "Black Tuesday showing ton School kept a full auditoriumof Beal, Barbara Matche.tt, Brenda visited with Mrs. Chastain. tion requiring that a child under OUR OWN BLEND

at the Park Theatre Sunday parents and friends chucklingat Lott, Wayne Matchett, Delores Mrs.i I the age of one year must be born
Herman father
Damon, of
through Tuesday. "All's Well That Ends Well," Cloversettle, Charles Johns, Cath- John Parker, left Thursday for in the state to be.' eligible for aid
Robinson stars as Canelli a a three-act comedy presented Fri in the '
erine Johns, Alice Dodd, Richard program.
Clarksboro N. J. to visit another
murderous gangster who engineers day evening, May 13. Johns, Jimmie. Dyal, Marie Childs,. daughter before returning to Buffalo -
a violent and bloody jail- The class play featured the Allen Charles Manire and Ruth Sibley.I I I N. Y. for the summer. Mr.Damon Valdosta, Ga. -TEA E BAGS S

break. Heading the large sup- family, whose immediate prob-' Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent the has been staying with the Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott and
porting cast are Jean Parker and lem is the fact that Junior is weekend at Kingsley Lake with Parkers for the winter and expects daughter, formerly of Stewart,
Peter Graves. about to fail his exams, and their Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Piper of to be back about September Miss., have moved to Hampton,
"Black Tuesday" Is a hard-hit singular solution to the problem. Jacksonville.Mr. 1. and are living in the house recently For Only Sol
ting story of a killer who holds an Cast of characters included: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Myrickof Mrs. Mabel Andrews of Gaines- built by Claude :May. :Mr. 48 39C (
entire city police force at bay Allen, Russell Pisano; Mrs. Allen, Pompano Beach :visited the B. ville visited the W. A. Saxons Lott is a brother of F. P. Lott, A'PI
while barracading himself and Elizabeth Taylor: Junior Allen, Y. Saxons, the G. W. Saxons and Sunday. Hampton resident. (e1

several hostages. W. H. Johns; Mary Allen, Doro- the Gene Births last weekend. Earl Dickerson of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. H. Williams was honored

It was a quarter of a centuryago they Lopej; Bessie the maid, Glen- Seaman Quenton Wilson of formerly of Hampton and Theressa last week with a surprise birthday <
that Robinson snarled and da Vining; Jeanie, the girl next Green Cove Springs visited last visited old friends in this area dinner Tuesday at the home of A&P JJ7-ozCons'
door, Geraldine Webber; Cecil APPLE SAUCE 25C
chewed his way across the screenIn Junior's best Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sunday afternoon.Mr. her daughter, Mrs Marshall Mat-
Butch Watson,
( )
the title role of "Little Ceasar, Roberts.Mr. and :Mrs. Lynn Hall were chett. Also present was Mrs. Ed
friend, James! Thomas.Mr.
a performance that set a patternfor and Mrs. David Young and weekend visitors with relatives in Durban of Lawtey

the interpretation of gangsterroles. ', William Bluestone, boyhooo family of Penney Farms visited I Chocolate, Spice White or Yellow
friend of Mr. Allen, Richard Johns; Sunday at the C. L. Cooper home\

Parker, who usually plays' Stella Bluestone, his daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Harris are / 77-oz Cons
Jean i Pillsburys
wholesome girl-next-door types,is Mary Davis; Harold Jones a boy the parents of a boy, born Friday, CHAS. SHEPHERD CAKE MIXES 3 89C
fond of music, Charles Prevatt; a
seen as a gun moll in this film. friends Bill, May 13, at Alachua General Hos-
of Junior's :
group pital in Gainesville. Mrs. Lott of
'Dudley Hardy; George, George Adel, Ga., mother of Mrs. Harris, I
Marine Story ToldIn Young; Herbert, Henry Mosher; is staying at the Harris home this Royal Hawaiian 7-oz Can

'Battle Cry' Bob, M. B. Fowler week. TUNA FISH l1CIO

To Florida"Battle A group of Mary's friends: Bet- Mothers Day guests at the homeof
Coming ty, Nell Williams; Peggy, Delores Mrs. Mamie Meade were her FOR
the storyof Cloversettle; and Nancy, Mary grandsons, Henry A. Ellis of Tam- IS HEADQUARTERS
Cry I A 303 CANIOC
Allen served as stage A&P Sections of 2 LB CAN
of Marines, their romances pa and Tony Cocoa of Erie, Pa.
a group, the tough training, and manager and Carroll Barnes as Eight members attended the 1 TOMATOES GRAPEFRUIT 23C
the battles they went through curtain puller.H. May Baptist WMU meeting at the
during World War n, will oc- J. Waters, Hampton teacher, home of Mrs. Otto Hicks Thurs- SWEET Cooked LB. JAR2ic A&P Sweet 18 OZ. CANI9C

cupy the screen at the Florida led the junior glee club, a girls' day evening, May12. Betty Dur- fIte; w : naui1va 1
Theatre, Sunday through Tuesday. trio and a boys""quartet In musical ling presented the program, and PRUNESINGAN'S POTATOESHELMET
Enroute to Marine boot camp at numbers between acts. Mrs. Ola Mrs. Hicks served fruit punch
San Diego, Calif., a group of recruits M. Perkins, principal and eighth and cupcakes for refreshments. e Corned LB. CAN23C SlicedPEACHES NO. 2 1.2 CAN

played by Tab Hunter,John! grade teacher, who supervisedwork Hostesses for the June meetingwill BEEF HASH
Lupton, and Aldo Ray, become orf the play, .announced the be Mrs. Annie Godwin and aitr: 29CSULTANA
rugged training settings and cast of characters. Mrs. Arnold Haddock, with Mrs.E. .
friends. After a Whole
2 CANS FOR N. B. C.Ritz .
are sent to radio Mrs. Henderson, music supervisor, L. Birt in charge jo the pro-
period school,, then they attached to a bat- led the audience in group singing gram. Green Beans 303 Can 33c Crackers Lb Box 31c

talion commanded by Van Heflin, of "America the Beautiful," and Willa Hammond daughter of Bordens Oven-Ready Jim Dandy
leathernecks Willard M. Jones, pastor of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond,
who puts the young 6 FREE AIR CONDITIONING SURVEY Biscuits 2 Cans
Christian Church, gave a devotional returned home last week from 19c Grits 5-lb Bag 33c
through gruelling paces. YOUR PLACE OF BUSINESS I IQ
sent overseasto before the play. 1 Doctors Hospital in Starke,where Ritters Cabin Home
The Battalion is CTC Presents ProgramJoe I she underwent an appendectomythe Complete line of quality Yorkalre Conditioner si)
New Zealand where Catsup 2 Bottles 33c Corn Meal 5-lb Bag 29c
to spearhead the invasionOf L. Kiser of week before. She expects to 0 Easy, bank-rate terms!
signed are be guest preacher at Hampton be able to return to her studies at White House Evaporated lona
Saipan. The casualties Baptist Church Sunday, May 22k Bradford High School next Mon- Q Experienced in all types of business Milk
heavy as the enemy pours on One a at both morning and evening serv- installations I 3 Tall Cans 35c Green Beans 303 Can lOc"SuperRight"

devastating friends artillery is killed barrage.and another ices. Speaker last Sunday was Ed day.Mrs.. J. W. Bedenbaugh and Mrs. 0 AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLED THIS
of the Tillman of Gainesville,. a mini- Scott Hicks of Starke visited rela- WEEK IF YOU CALL TODAY!
wounded before. Navy destroyersm Tender Ready-To-Eat SmokedCOOKED
sterial student at the Universityof tives for a few days last weekin
in to the rescue, allowingthe '
Florida. Tampa, Lakeland, and Plant Lb C
to launch a success-
battalion I Members of the Christian Teen PICNICS 33
ful counter attack. Club from Bradford High School City.Mr.. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh CHAS. I
the lives of the C. SHEPHERDTV
The women in presented the program for Wednesday were Jacksonville visitors on Sun-
young Marines are played by Nan- night prayer meeting last Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn

cy Olson, Dorothy Malone, and week, with Mr. Wycoff principalof day.Mr.. and :Mrs. Edgar Masters of Radio Seat Covers Upholstering Lb

Anne Frances. Palatka Jr. High School, as Jacksonville visited for the week- HEN TURKEYS 49C
The boot camp and other train- speaker. Club members'who took end with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Phone 239 Starke, Fla. .

ing scenes before the men are part in the talks, special music Haddock in Hampton.

shipped overseas were Marine photographed Installa-- and skit were Nancy Dryden, Marel Rhoden, USA, is home, on !GLI l .i, tmeli a ll'W' onvrtq "Super-Right" Extra Lean Boneless BRISKET
and ;$
at Naval Audrey Railey, Barbara Matchett, furlough with his mother, Mrs.
tions in San Diego and at the Diana Reil, Glenda Whitesides, John Blackman, this week, and. Lb
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Allgood Sliced Cap'n John Ready.ToFryBreakfast
Mrs. J. L. StricklandDue A..

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write to the.illness news we last were week.unableto We SOEcz msmsit 6-oz Pkg 19c Sliced Bacon Lb 49c

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now We-learned glad to Sunday say. tnat Buddy Bnr) rc iiTLi11 k--a n\ 1| Fresh Sausage Lb 33c Fresh Shrimp Lb 69c

Padgett, Lonnie Padgett's son, J.

D. Padgett from Yellow Water, ." :'''''':-.:'...,...N. .. .. .........;:>.... ...::,n>>. ..::..,:* ,,...,,, .m...'..,..........: .<.., .. ..'."'.," *,,'<.!::'.:':: were in a car wreck Saturday. T Firm Crisp

Buddy was not so badly hurt, butJ. .
-- Large
D. was in a serious conditionthe ; ., LETTUCE E 2 25C
last we heard from him. The Ii.i!
into 1 '* *
colored man Buddy ran was !

in a serious condition also. Buddy Golden

other came relatives home with Sunday.I his .sister and It costs no more:1: : BANANAS S Lb 12C

was unable to attend the .
Homecoming services! at Long e e
Branch Or the last PTA meetings, do"First Class1, t E .
to 1.' Crisp Cello FloridaCarrots
therefore I cannot give an account -

of any of them. Am sorry ::1 : 2 Bags 15c Oranges 5-lb Bag 29c
to fall short on my work, but Large White

when you are in bed sick, and no n C _; a e .....':....2.._... CI to 4 .!..-1-"f. 1' i 0 0 b 0 s co'.1:: 4r Lemons Dozen
one reports this information to (j lit II .. : co. .. .. 0 .. 0G 29c Potatoes 10-lb Bag 59c
you, you cannot write it up. Hopeto 10 Fresh Florida Yellow

do better next time. i 1 V ACA nON'Of A...VISIT FORD
i Corn 6 Ears 25c Cooking Onions Lb 6c
for two good
We are thankful I .' \ i p SHOW PUCE Of THE AUTO INDUSTRY
rains Saturday and Sunday. Our o DEARBORN MICHIGAN Large CrispCelery Long GreenCucumbers

gardens if they have will livened make up something and lookas t I :. f I Ia 2 Stalks 25c 2 For 19c I

after allSome w .
of the folks have been Large Pkg.
chicken hungry for some time, so TREND Detergent 2 for 39c 'I
we have finally decided to sell

some of our hens. We have plentyon A&P's OWN PURE JOY For Dishes Reg. Bot. 30c
hand, so come running!
Homer Smith brought us home VEGETABLE SHORTENING TIDE Detergent Lge. Pkg. 30c I

church Sunday. As usual we
from T IVORY SNOW Large Pkg. 30c
told him we had a big fat hen
cooked and he got so hungry he
stayed to eat dinner with us. Ma-
Large Pkg. 30c
tilda Higdon started to go home
with the Smiths, but wound up dexoSPIC

here preacher at our but house.a preacher's She isn't daughter a- ( low pay nothing extra for Ford's Thunderbird styling. Large Pkg. 30c I

can eat chicken just as wellas smoother ride N SPAN Mb Pkg 25c I
Luxury Lounge e Angle-Poised nor for !
a preacher can, so she enjoyed .. .-.: Good As The Best Reg. BarsIVORY !
chicken with us too. Ford's 23 V-8 that !
.. year experience brings you Trigger-Torque power SOAP 3 For 25c i
Yet Cost You Less ., !
Personal Size Bars !
Your new-car dollars buy more today. For Only Ford offers Trigger-Torque power IVORY SOAP 4 for 23c
example a first-doss ride in a first-class car is Whether you choose the 162-h.p.Y-block V-8 er A
yours at Ford's low fare. 182-h.p. Special V-8,you get split-second "Go" C CHEER Ige pkg 30c giant size 72c I
when it.And with :
-1 you want new Speed-Trigger
Mrs. John McRlnneyA4JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA You: command a Y-block V-8 that responds Fordomatic Drive, you're even farther out front 3-LB- Eel-Beck I

e reassuringly when you need it. You have Ford's ... automatically. CORN MEAL 18-oz Pkg 18c :,
smoother ride. And the
Angle-Poised you own
Mr, and Mrs. P. O. Starling and car that's styled like the Thunderbird. THE NEW BEST SELLER. .. CAN For Cooking and Salads !
granddaughter Fay, visited her Only Ford WESSON OIL Bot.
offers. sells more because it's worth more! Qt 59c i
sister, Mrs. D. Osteen in High Thunderbird Styling You: can expect more when you trade too .. I
last Sunday.Mr. for Fords have been returning more in resale For The Laundry
.. .. .. ,
Take doser I look those I I low, .
at long
and Mrs. Mack McKinneyand a than any other 1 low-priced car.Take a Test Drivevisored s. BORAX Lb. Pkg. 19c I II
"fronl-mnning" lines. From the smart, I
daughter of Jacksonville- head lights to the tapered tail tint, and you'll. see why! 55 E d Wsz i For Cleaning Hands. i
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. they're Thunderbird through and through. or Jane Parker ,!
H. Surrency, Tuesday of last week. Step Inside. Colorfully fresh new Luxury ; Luscious BORAX 8-oz Can 19c i
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson and lounge interiors make ford truly your 4
wheels." SEE, STEER, STOP SAFElY-Have your car Safety Checked F.CJL
children of Lutz, and Johnny "Cvifl9 room on Cherry I

Johnson of Tampa were weekend 1511 II,, I
guests of her parents, :Mr. and )
Mrs. John McKinney.Mr. ,. PIE !

and Mrs. F. Griffis and Andrews Motor Co. 1b .- .
children were in North Carolina ///i /d/ e.s 1Utl uNSBI a 1e1141 I,. N.Ni !

last week. 8-Inch 39C 300 CALL STREET
Those on the sick list this week STARKE, FLORIDA t!

are Mrs. J. H. Surrency and Ray- MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA. Size Each Open Til 9:00 p.m. Friday Night I
mond Moody. We wish them a I GREAT TV! FORD THEATRE, WMBR-TV 7:0fl P. 1L- SUNDAY- .
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Ante-Bellum Festival Is Colorful ThemeOf

Annual May Breakfast In W man's Club

Mrs."E. D. Pearce: of Miami, runner-up for the title of Miss

president of the Florida Federated America at Atlantic City last year,

Woman's Clubs Installed the in- played several delightful numberson

coming officers of the Starke her accordion. "Miss Daniel was

Woman's Club in a colorful and lovely in a full-skirted blue gown,

Gladys Mooty impressive ceremony Wednesdaynoon tucked with gay flowers, carryingout I

Phone 35 May 11, at the club's annual the Ante-Bellum theme. Be- r:

May Breakfast in the club house. fore the program, Mrs. Green in- Fr Y '1 .
'" I I IIII I II II 1" I I 1_ I t:(: : riiir j
Mrs. Pearce noted in her talk troduced the past presidents and ;
and during the installation that guests. .1 WzTI 7'

the clubhouse decorations were so At' the conclusion of the break- ,

in keeping with the theme of her fast, Mrs. Russell. Norman editorof : ; 1'D; _:; .

: talk in comparing officers and the Sadie Hawkins cook book,

members with flowers. a flower to which members contributedtheir

garden. She stressed that only favorite recipes, presented a

flowers (members) of beauty, cook book to Mrs. Pearce and the ". ,,0."1'1 ., "i

worth-whlleness and culture shouldbe guests of honor. Members who r" __'to k'f: 1'7 ; .
planted in .the garden (club). did not purchase one of these ,ttr i' ; :;f!, .'

And she named each incoming of- I cook.books! at the meeting may do #! Qr .It"' .."
}t i = "
I ficer after a flower and told why so by contacting Mrs. Norman, _, 1

Mr. each was planted 'in the club's Mrs.- p. J. Quattlebaum, treasurer, Pictured at the speaker's table at the annual May Breakfast in the Serving the gaily-decorated tables at the May Breakfast were these

garden. I reminded members that nextyear's Woman's Club last week are (left to right): Mrs. Lewis Daniel, Dade attractive members of the Little Women's Club <1 to fI : Bobbe Bas-

": The club house resembled a I dues are payable at any City; Mrs. C. L. Scholl, incoming president of the Starke Woman's tedo, Joan Scholl, Sandra Johns, Gail Duke, :Margaret Rose Duncan.

And r __ typical flower garden in its decorations time.Mrs. Club; Mrs. E. D. Pearce, Miami, president of Florida Federation of Lu Green Jackie Parker and Jean Mundy. Part of the colorful May

Q.jAi;. .i,I : !.1"A.t. carrying out the theme L. H. Jennings. social chair- Woman's Clubs; Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, retiring president of the Starke Pole decorations form a background for this bevy of beauties.-Polaroid -
\ ,man Mrs. Parks and Mrs. Green,
"Ante-Bellum Festival in :May".
Club; and Miss Ann Daniel of Dade City, runner-up for the title of One-Minute photos by the Telegraph.Miss .
:on the executive committee in
The dining tables arranged In the
America in
I It 1954.
Mrs. P' auditorium were overlaid with I charge of the breakfast, were also -Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photos by the Telegraph-

S responsible for the clever "Ante-
pastel-colored linen cloths and 1
t e :.1. : some were centered with May 'I Bellum" dolls that were placed at ] 9 : ___
i each : WJii'
j I Poles from which pastel streamers place setting.

T.H. ii Ii' extended to the ends of the tables. I Misses Jackie Parker, Joan _1 1I
t I, Other tables were centered with ,Scholl, Gail Duke, :Margaret Rose
r :-- Duncan, Jean :Mundy, Sandra
arrangements of early summer
I Johns Lu Green, Carol Jennings A1ktt J1 I
\ flowers. On the stage was a huge I I
Slade and Babs Lance, all members of
: :.. May Pole with pastel streamers
extending to the ends of the stage.At the Little Women's Club, served _I

the speaker's table. were :the guests. r v. _

Ij4 seated the president, Mrs. J. W. I Preceding the breakfast, a short r*; ; r ih41I4'

Jr business meeting was held, -
_: Kincaid Mrs. Pearce, the past I
over by the president :Mrs.
presidents and Mrs. Lewis Daniel,
J. W. Kincaid. Two new members,
mother of Miss Ann Daniel, the
program entertainer. The speak- I Mrs. Cula Coran and Mrs. Charles

Harris, were voted into the club.
er's table also was centered witha _
gay May Pole and at each end :Mrs. Quattlebaum was instructedto _

: T- were arrangements of stokesia and send a check for $300 to Mrs.J. n

R. Kite, secretary and treasurerof ; ... .
red roses. Before the breakfast, -- -- ----- --V"w -,""" .------------ ----

Mrs.. Kincaid presented each witha toward the Bradford County the Hospital, G.A.'s Mother And Daughter Banquet Guests were seated at'a U-shaped banquet table when the annual
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas howell Slade Jr, whose marriage was an lovely corsage. furnishing nurses Mother and
of the t
Daughter Banquet Girl's Auxiliary was held in the
room in the hospital. It was also
event of May 7 in the First Methodist Church, Starke. Before her Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. W. voted to pay $50 toward the Brad- Highlights Focus Week At First.Baptist First Baptist educational building last week.

marriage Sirs. Slade was Miss Judith Ann Griggs of Cornelia, Ga. B. Parks greeted the guests and
ford school youth summer pro One of the highlights of G. A.tables. On the honor guest table
members at the door and presentedthem
gram. Focus Week in the First Baptist was an arrangement of yellow i- mothers, and honor guests. Mrs. L. H. Jennings, and Miss Josie -
to the line
, Mrs. Doyle Installed Pupils Of Miss Stern of Mrs. Kincaid receiving, Mrs. Pearce composed -, Among the members end guestsat Church was the annual Mother gladioli and white lilies. At each After Miss Clair Jean Mundy gavean Mays.

this delightful affair were members -and Daughter Banquet held Mon plate was a white and green rose inspiring talk on Girl's Auxiliary The delicious dinner
Mrs. C. L. Scholl incoming president was prepared
: As PresidentOf To Be PresentedIn
and :Mrs. Eloise Cousins of of the Junior Woman'sClub day night, May 9, at 7 p.m. in the etal cup filled with green mints, work, Mrs. L. A. Canovaled and served the
L cal BPW ClubMrs. Recital May 27 the Community Club of the educational building.On carrying out the G. A. color in by sponsoring
Gainesville. line singing.
The receiving group circles
State Farm and the LittleWomen's scheme. Daisy Fowler, Mrs.
stood in the in front of the U-shaped table, yellow
Guests included the WMU
Dorothy Patterson of St. Friday May 27, Miss Louise the mantel which held artistic Club. Also present were Marigolds were interspersed in the Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, young peo pres- Maxie Carter leader and Dora.

Augustine, State Treasurer of the Stern will present her piano pupilsin fan-shaped arrangement an of early Mrs. JoAnn-Smith Rowe, recipientof green bamboo which ran full ple's director, served as master of ident, Mrs. Lex Green, Rev. and Alderman, Mrs. James Lewis,

Florida,Federation of BPW. Clubs, their annual spring recital, at summer flowers in pastel hues. a Government bond for her length down the center of the ceremonies, welcoming the daugh- [Mrs. L. D. Haines, and Counselors, leader.

installed the 1955-56 pfficers of the the Woman's Club at 8 o'clock. leadership in community affairs,

Starke club at a covered dish supper There Is no admission charge and During the breakfast, Miss and :Miss Joyce Scholl, president of I Little Women Elizabeth Joiner
in St. Edward'srecreaUon Daniel of Dade City who was first the Little Women's club.
Monday hall.night everyone attend. is cordially invited to' Elect OfficersThe \Veds Mr. Yancey

.Recently Wed Elementary PTA :
:In the impressive candlelight i The following students will participate Little Women's Club met Announcement has beeh madeof
ceremony, Mrs. Mildred Doyle be- : Suzanne Ford, Sue Deas, Holds Last MeetingOf Monday night, May 9, in the club the marriage of Miss Elizabeth

came president of the local club. Geraldine Griffis, Rose Marie Present TermThe house and elected the following I Joiner, daughter of the late Mr.

Other officers installed were: Pat Starling, Terry Duke Bobby Sim- officers: President, Babs Lance; and Mrs. W. 1... Joiner of Dublin,

Lambe, 1st vice president; Helen mons, Gayle Edwards, George Starke Elementary School Heard by the grapevine that house on the same street. V.P., Nancy Bates; Rec. Secy., Ga. to L. D. Yancey, Jr. of At-

Harley, 2nd vice president; Maryon McAliley, Suzanne Judd Freeman PTA met in the school cafeteria BAV.'s road gang would wind up Those planning to attend the ,Jackie Hobbs; Corr. Secy., Linda lanta, which took place on Saturday

Arnold, recording secretary; Register III, Brenda Lewis, Per- Tuesday evening May 10,' with .theJr street-paving project in our Legion convention in Sarasota Johns; Historian, Joan Scholl; May 7, in Atlanta.Mr. .

Madge Middleton, corresponding I man Roberts, Babara Ann Blank- Jack Trawick, president, presiding. I fair city within three weeks sometime between Wednesday and Treas., Sandra Johns, and Chap- and Mrs. Yancey are making -
secretary; and Pansy Quigley, enship, Mary Ann Long, Bill lain, Polly Ann Wait. Jan Mun-
their home in Decatur Ga.
Preceding the business meeting, so take heart gals, maybe we'll be Sunday are S. G. and Ernestine ,
tieasurer. Green, Marilyn Hernwall, Buster dorff and Lamar Shaw
.the Junior band under the direction able to get the spring housecleaning .- Denmark, Buddy and Lil Bishop, The former Miss Joiner is a
The following outgoing officers Partin, Betty Ann Simmons Kay elected Little Women's Club I
it1. of Mr. Foster, entertained the done before summer sets Arch and Jean Thomas, Mae and sister of Mrs. L. D. Vining, and a-
were recognized as each lit a candle Hart, Carolyn Vickers, Linda Kay sweethearts. It was announced
group with several selections. in after all its a cinch, it's no Harry Hatcher, Martha and Ned equent visitor in-Starke.
to cast her shadow over her Sale, Ida McAliley, Sandra Carmichael that the club will co-sponsor a
.y. The devotional and blessing were use starting it until all this lime- Yancey, Elsie and Cliff Hazen,
successor in office Pat Lambe Sue Johnson Mary K. } dance at the Hi-Y Club.
; given by Rev. H. E. Bullock of the rock and dust has settled I Eloise and Seeber Goodman, Maxine will be an installation of officers-
Gladys Green, Margaret Miller, Wainwright, Carol Ann Pickett, fr : know"'that I've Last Saturday the club members in the clubhouse
Hi-Way ChapeL A covered dish just the reason and Larry Gibson, Bill and at the club meeting
Maryon Arnold, Helen Harley, and Virginia Hatcher. Barbara Mat- was served by Mrs. M. R. gained 5 lbs. recently is due to Alyce Graham, C. S. Partin, Al and their dates enjoyed an outingat to which the! mothers are .
Desta Dyal.Piano chett, Barbara Lance, Nancy
Bates, and Gail Duke.Presbyterian Judd and her committee. the amount of limerock I've been Crosby, Jr., Sarge Suslow7 John Beach. II invited. Refreshments will be i

\\t .The program chairman, :Mrs. swallowing the past six months Grew, Bill Coram, Dr. and Mary Monday evening, May 23, there served.
Duo Recital tsk! I. E. Clark Stone -
W. R. Miller, expressed her appre- Covington, Ray ,j
Men \ Noted that Earl Griffis from Charlie Schaefer and T. J. !
Next ThursdayIn ciation for the cooperation of First For Your Son
Plan Picnic Supper everyone during the year. Mrs.L. Lovett"s is now working at the Hear that friends of Jack and Step I
Woman's Club Gulf station, corner of Walnut and
.. L. Hillendahl, membership Dorothy Waters from Lake Butler
The Men of the First Presby- chairman, reported that there were Madison, and Buddy Adams is gave a lovely stork shower Thurs- is l
Gail Duke, daughter of Mr. and
terian Church will have a picnic 148 charter members. In the now manager of Lovett's produce day evening of last week for Doro-

Mrs. Glen Duke of Starke and supper at Montgomery Conference Room count Mrs. Devlin's room dept. Charlotte Frees and thy in Lake Butler she got WINNING WEARABLESASSURE

Nancy Bates, daughter of Mr. and Center on Crystal Lake on Friday, with eight members present, Bobbie Studstill are working ovevr sick that afternoon and had to be
:1rs. H. O. Bates III of the State won I
May 27, at 7 p. m. Those who wishto tying with Mrs. Sheppard's room, at Clay Electric in Keystone hospitalized: for two days, but the HIM OF THIS

Farm will be presented by their come early and enjoy a swim which had won two times before. Mrs. Smith DeVoe is now employed party went on as scheduled with- IMPORTANT STEP BY GIVING

teacher, Miss Louise Stern, in may do'so. The group will inspect There were approximately 75 at the Highland plant .. Mary out the honoree and one of the HIM AN OUTFIT FROM

their own duo-piano recital Thurs- the> buildings completed and will members present at this meeting.P. Covington is pinch-hitting at hostesses brought the gifts to

day evening, May 26. The recital study the proposed plans for the T. Nolin principal congrat- Slade Gas while Bess Burns is in Dorothy in the hospital Dorothy
will be given at the Woman's Club center. The Suwannee Presbytery Mr. and Mrs. Horace Crockrell ulated members on their responsein LaPorte, Ind. visiting her sister returned home the next day and ALVAREZ "The Store For )Ien"

Building at 8 o'clock. hopes to complete 10 cabins, four Jr., whose marriage took place on I the first year of Elementary; for two weeks, and George Wink- is feeling much better Ann

The program will include two- classrooms, a kitchen, dining room, May 2 in the parsonage of the. PTA and reported on the progress ler and Robert Byrd are doing Saunders, who was three years old

piano numbers from the works of and assembly hall by the summerof Pine Level Baptist Church. Before of playground area and equipment.A maintenance and installation work on May 6 celebrated at a partyfor A Few Graduation SuggestionsCURLEE

Bach, Haydn, Nevin, Kimes and 1956.. her marriage Mrs. Crockrell was letter was read from L. H. Gib- for the Nat'l. Guard unit in the I 15 of her little friends at her

rokofieft as well as music In a Miss Dorothy Lucile Prescott of son pertaining to the summer pro- Miami area this week. home on N. Walnut street .

lighter vein such as "Nola", "The HousewarmingFor Starke :Mr. Crockrell is stationedat gram and adult night school Hear that Wickie Rimert won Lonnie and Polly Mullis and family

Glow Worm", and "Falling in Love the Green Cove Springs Navy an Excellent rating at the State ,had a birthday picnic lunch at

with Love" by Richard Rogers.The T. E. LewisesMr. base. courses.Mr. Trawick, by means of a let- contest in Jax on his drum solo, ;Gold Head Branch last Sunday for I SUMMER SUITSA
"The Four Hundred" He also Bertha Pearce in celebration of
girls will offer two solos each ter from Dr. A. Y. Covington of i
and will conclude with the "Ritual and Mrs. Thomas E. Lewis Adult ClassMembers the Bradford County Health Dept., won superior rating at the District .her anniversary Lucille Green, FULL STOCK OF
were honored at a delightful in G'ville recently -
contest Thelma and Ethel Parks
Fire Dance" by De Falla. the success of the Jennings '
house-warming Sunday in their Enjoy reported on congratulations!. .Margaret Dun- had a birthday celebration over atMorrison's ALL SIZES AND COLORS
vaccine In Florida, and announced
and Gail recent first polio
Nancy were
new home in Saratoga Heights. can asked me to make a note in in Jax last Thursdayin
winners in the local Lions Supper Meeting that the. second innocula- From To ,
prize Hostesses for the affair were Mrs.J. this column for all those who pur- celebration of Ethel's birthday {
I to the first
Club Talent program.All G. Jackson, Mrs. Bobby Lewis, The. adult Sunday School class I.and tions second would be grade given pupils Thurs- |chased one of the Sadie Hawkins Eva Stump was swamped with $01 G.99 $ A7.O

friends' and the general pub Mrs. Elmer Lewis Mrs. Paul of the First Presbyterian Church 19.: cookbooks that her recipe on pageR cards, and well wishes on her
lic are cordially invited. There Faulkner, Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Mrs. I day, May : Tra- for Tomato Cheese salad the.{birthday last Saturday Franklin 17 Ltl
held a supper meeting Tuesday The retiring president, Mr. -- --- I
will be admission charge and Freddie Watterson, Mrs. Reed "whole bottle of
no ,
calls for
night at 7 o'clock at the home of wick, thanked his officers and recipe Hardy was siv years old on May itir.
the recital Mrs._ Duke Lewis, Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, onions, chopped" .. don't
following Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. members for their cooperation small 16, and his sister, Carol will be
and Mrs. Bates will be hostessesat Mrs. W. M. Farr, Mrs. Vernie at the State. Farm. the He introducedMrs. do it! ... the recipe should not two on May 21st Glenda Un- SPORT COATS
during year. '
a social hour honoring their Thornton, Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. call for onions at all .. we'll derhill celebrated her birthday last
Rev. W. S. McAliley presidedover H. A. Lawson, newly elected AN ARRAY OF STYLES T1
daughters. Roscoe Bullington, and Mrs. Lu-. probably find out In next week'sco'tumn Friday at her home in Pinehaven

clan Conner. I the meeting and Dr. J. A. president She led the of the group High in School reading PTA.the where. that bottle of onions with a party for 30 of her friends AND COLORS /

New WSCS OfficersTo Lovely arrangements of gladioliand LeClerc conducted the. election of objectives of PTA and then in- should have gone .. ... Mrs. Underhill was assisted in

roses were used to advantagein the following officers: Guy An- stalled the following officers: Sonny Tenly had a medical disqualification serving and caring for the guestsby $9-95 to $22-50

Be InstalledAt decorating the party rooms for drews, president; J. G. Caldwell, President, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright; at the Air Force Mrs. Smith DeVoe and Mrs. I II

Church June 5 the occasion. I '"" V.P.; Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr., Secy.P. V.P., Mrs. Russell Norman; Secy., i Military Academy at Denver, I C. C. Hutcheson ,, MATERIALS I
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis received plans to enter ALL THE NEWEST
Colo and now .
all for
Mrs. H. H. Adams; Treas.. R. E. Guess that's now '
D. Fancher Jr. elected
The business and program meeting many lovely and useful gifts for was Edmondson.Mrs. I'Georgia Tech in the fall .. AIr- See you in the next 1 AND COLORS IN
in the
of the Methodist WSCS was their new home, from their hostesses captain attendance of the contest first group with Mrs. Wainwright introduced the man 3-c Max Furlong leaves Sun- -Carolyn Z SLACKS And I

held Monday afternoon in the and guests. David new chairmen of Standing Committees |day by plane for Parks Air Base, i ;
church sanctuary with the presi- Approximately 50 guests called Montgomery as of the : Finance, Mrs. C. R. Till- San Francisco, where he will em- PTA 1
Sink is School
dent, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, pre- during the party hours, 3 to 5 Rudolph second with captain Mrs. Harold man; Halloween Carnival Mrs.] bark for two years duty in Japan!. High SPORT PANTS
o'clock. group .. Barbara Colley is elated that 1I
siding. Kirtsinger as co-captain. Plans .Tillman and :Mrs. J. L. Chitty; I Installs OfficersMrs. '
she received a letter of admit- I I
officers for the Mrs. J. E. Hardy
The following for the new Sunday school build- Hospitality, ;
drawn and
are as follows: Circle in installedas
tance from Charity Hospital H. A. Lawson was
will be installed dur- I Mrs. W. R. Miller;
coming year discussed. The next meet- Membership,
2-Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. L. J. ing were New Orleans where she will go of the High School From To
ing the church services on the first ing in will be at the homeof Publicity, :Mrs. Robert Green; president I
Green Mrs. Ethel Lowell Mrs. August
into nurse's training around Aug. for the 1955-56 term at the
Sunday in June: President, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. HokeHarris at Program, Mrs. A. R. Norman and $4.95 $1235 \
B. Parks, Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, Mrs. 29th .. hear that Tommy Hard- final meeting of the present school
Home Room
Henry Godwin; V. P., Mrs. L. D. Henrietta Hunt Mrs. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. M. A. Payne; t
F. H.
enbrook and several others were held in the BHS library Tues-
Green Rec. :Mrs. :Merrill Mothers Mrs. M. R. Judd; Character term -
; Secy.,
Mrs. O. W. White Mrs. A. Wood. Games were enjoyed after the the victims of a lockerbreakerinner Mrs. T. H Slade :
Struth; Treas., Mrs. W. B. Parks; and Spiritual Education, Mrs.R. day night.
Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Mrs. E. S. supper meeting. Beach last SPORT SHIRTS
at officer. i
out. Kingsley ed as installing
Promotion Secy., Mrs. L. J. Green; Matthews, Mrs. C. D. Williams S. Mullins; Magazine, Mrs. W.
\ Sunday Tommy lost $16, among I Other officers installed at this i
Secy. of Missionary Education andService H Graham.
Miss Annie Darby, Mrs. M. W. Garden Club OfficersTo other valuables Happy to hear TREMENDOUS SELECTION J/
vice and
closed with time were:
Mrs. E. L. Matthews; The meeting prayerby
Lance, Mrs. J. H. Fields Mrs.
Richarde of the State
Harriet ,
that chairman, Mrs. Merrill 1
Christian Social Relations and local Be Installed Mr. Bullock. program
D. Green Mrs. Eula
Whigham, is nicely aftera AND SIZES
Farm getting along
secretary, Mrs. Chas. A.
:Mrs. Bertha IStruth;
church activities, /4b I
Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. A. F. Sauls, at St. Luke's .
Pearce; Student Work. Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Shellie Hall. and Mrs. T. J. Installation of officers will be District OfficersAt minor last operation Thursday .. able to Darby; treasurer and finance From To .
Smith; Youth Work, :Mrs.Titus 01- Griffin. held at the May meeting of the I hospital chairman :Marion Payne.

son; Children's Work to be appointed Circle 3-Mrs. J. W. I Starke Garden Club, Monday night I I'I BP\V ConventionMiss come home on Friday Nell The following committee chair- $J.45 $495
Andrews Nollman has been laid up with
Mrs. E. K. |at 6:45 o'clock in the'Parish
Spiritual Life
; leader Mrs. C. H. Quick. Mrs. I.]'I I : Della Rosenberg, District J flu for several days this week. men were named for the forthcoming -
Perryman; Literature and Publica- house on Church Street. .
P. Shepherd. Mrs. Frank Hollings- I 3-4 director, and Mrs. Desta Dyal, Hear that Sam Renfroe, who year: membership, Mrs. Lou HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM
tions to be 1
appointed; Supply worth, Mrs. J. F. McComb. Mrs.E. Mrs. W. H. Beisler of Gainesville attended the ,Hillendahl; room representative,
|district secretary, celebrated his 25th birthday at a
Work, Mrs. Robert Green; Statusof district 5 director will install :Mrs. R. F. Demorest COME IN TODAY AND SEE
| K. Ferryman, Mrs. D. E. Knight. State Convention of BPW Clubs in party last Sunday at his home ;
Women Mrs.L. A. Davis; Membership Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. A. Z.,! the new officers following a l Miami last weekend. Miss Rosen- near Bayless Hiway, intends to Mrs. Wilma Dockstader; health, Bill Graham or Ray Stone

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; Pub- Adkins, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs.1.''covered dish supper. Chairmen berg was installed as director ata enter Vanderbilt College Medical :Mrs. A. Y. Covington; music, Mrs. They Know Your Son And Can Give You

licity, Mrs. W. G. Haile. O L. Haynes Mrs. Albert Lee, I will turn in their annual reports. formal banquet in the Algiers School in Nashville. Tenn this,L. A. Canova; juvenile protection Some Mighty Good Advice

The pledge service for the year Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mrs. R. H. Hostesses for the evening will Hotel Saturday night. fall .. the Luther Shanbergershave (Geo. L. Patten; publicity, Mrs. E.

was under the direction of Mrs. Russell. Mrs. Daisy Perryman, be Mrs. R. B. Alvarez: chairman, Miss Rosenberg and Mrs. Dyal moved from the Knight's Lawson;' publications, Miss Joyce Est. 1894

Parks, assisted by Mrs. J. H. Mrs. H. W. Richarde, Mrs. Millard Mrs. J. A. Martinez, Mrs. A. E. installed officers of the Gaines- house on Laura St. to the Lucian Bolton; Founder's Day, Mrs. Dell ALVAREZ L E "THE STORE f

Fields, Mrs. Bertha Pearce and I Judd, Mrs. Mayme Toomey, Mrs.P. McKinney, Mrs. E. .H. Prescott, vile club Tuesday night, and in Conner house on Orange st.. and Colley; home and family life, Rev.

Mrs. Carl Hunter. :., D. Fancher and Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Harry Mooty and Mrs. ;St. Augustine Thursday night of ,the. W. C. Dixons have moved into L. D. Haines; constitution and by- FOR 1

Names for Circles 2 and 3 were I Ritch. Marian Howe. this week. j the other Lucian Conner rental -laws, V. R. Ferguson.

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rp-J-J- :Mrs. Edward Burns left Sunday| Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fleming of

for LaPorte. Ind. to visit her sis-1 I Jacksonville were weekend guestsof

J ter for two weeks. i l lI Mr. and Mrs Ben Mizell.r .

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Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. '0. Webb of 'J r "Movlee.Are Better Than Ever"

. 1... D. Green attended the Metho- Jacksonville wer* Sunday guestsof ,,
dist WSCS officers training meet Mr. and l1r:;. Dave Paulk and 4 I If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

ing In Tuskenuggee. on Tuesday.Mrs. family. k r II,1-cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS__ __
.Irene Johns of Green Cove Col. and Mrs. H. C. Will and I I
Sat. 21 ONLY Sun.. Mon. Tues.
Springs was the guest of Mrs. family of St. Augustine were May i 1 ,

C D. Williams on Monday and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. DOUBLE FEATURE May 22, 23, 24

Tuesday. Junius Smith. The Walls and
t;:= ALL
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Gowen of Smiths attended the State Officers I THE GUYS=

Callahan were overnight guests dance at Camp Blanding Saturday AILTHEGIPJS..ALLTHEL

Thursday of Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. evening.Mrs. .

Vickers. Laura Mosley had as her GlORY OF '!r' ,

Mrs. Dewey Warren and sons, guests on Mother's Day har children -

Jr. will spend the Mrs. C. W. Johnson and
Phil and Dewey Ide'
weekend in Orlando with Mr. family of Rome, Ga., Rev. and Mrs. E. A ,Winkler and Mrs. 'Sleeping Beauty' Operetta ,and file the original in the officeof II I ._ fII"CUIP1I m --
Warren, who is in training thereas Mrs. C. M._ Phillip- and family of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '-
Pensacola, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Susie Beaver are visiting their or before the AND *
sales representative for Gulf 3",ter. Mrs. Kitty Hoppenstedit, in Characters straight from Fairyland took over the stage at the I 20 day of June. 1955; -
Mosley of Jacksonville.Rev. otherwise the allegations of said 'iF'I
Oil Co. Harold E. Bullock pastorof St. Petersburg tills! week. American Legion hall last Friday night when an operetta "Sleeping Complaint will be taken as confessed r

Jantzen Swim Suits at the. Hiway Chapel, drove to Mrs J. M Vickers and daughter Beauty" was presented by Mama Priest's Kindergarten pupils. This by you.notice shah be publishedonce I : '

Stumps.Mr. Ttlsa, Okla. this week where he Jean, were in Folkston. Ga. Colorful costumes and scenery and clever songs and dances delighted each week for four consecutive I ,

and Mrs. Marvin Walkerof will join Mrs. Bullock at the homeof T;, es.li'ioii'.n;; Mrs. Vickers' a large audience gathered to see the youngsters go through graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ,'{ .. I

Clearwater were weekend guests his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. nother: Mrs. A G. Gowen. their paces. (Ot.K1CIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I *. ,, "t1',

of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen.I E. Bullock. Rev. and Mrs. Bullock Mrs. Floyd Boone and children The age-old story of Sleeping Beauty was enacted by the followingcast Bj Marian Clerk Li of Crosby th. Circuit, Deputy Court.Clerk ;:, ; I

'( They were among the guests at will then drive to Springfield, Mo. of Jackson. Tenn. are spending a : Queen, Jackie Hines; King, Gary Harris; Princess Rose as a 5/20 4t 6/10 :;,$"," I
the birthday patty for Sam P.en- to attend a one-week seminar in month with Mrs. Boone's parents, : '' I
Priest Princess Rose at 16, Suzanne Ford; Prince Charm- : -
baby, Leigh ; N1
froe near Bayless Highway on Christian education and Sunday \fl. and Mra O. W. White. Sr. ...'" i ,
Sunday. Sam was celebrating his I School administration at Central I Mrs: Frow Strickland and ing, David Silcox; Fairies, Donna Patray, Janelle Pollard, Gerry Mooty, ,
I Matthews, Joyce Denmark, and Cheryl Studstill; Assisting I 1'Q"'
25th anniversaryMrs. ,Bible Institute and Seminary. They dren spent Saturday at Chil.\\ Betsy : .
Titus Olson. Mrs. C. D.I wil' return to Starke on June 8. Lake with Mr. Strickland's Fairies, Linda Rae Rosier and Barbara Sue,Barksdale; Heralds, Rich- P1 / '""", '

Williams and Mrs. Henry Godwin The pulpit o! Hiway Chapel will Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer. 1 ard McCarthy and Wayne Blankenship; Ladies of the Court, BonnieLu <, ,

were in Palatka on Wednesday be filled by Rav. and Mrs. ChesterC. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand Graudon, Melody May, Linda Kay Smith, and Francine Hillendahl; \r\

attending the Methodist WSCS Roterson ea-h Sunday and by :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp at Gentlemen of the Court, Carey Smith, Harry Hatcher. Dale Crosby, .

officers training meeting. Rev. Wm. M. Hard each Wednes- tended the annuaL meeting at the and Johnny Dick. > (

day night. Primitive Baptist church in Mac- Between acts Mrs. Ralph Knight's 5th and 6th Grade Chorus presented I

,---- ".'- .. New brief Panty Girdle by clenny on Saturday.Mr. "Alice Blue Gown" and "A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody." I SHE'S... WARNER BROS.PRESENT IT IN
and Mrs. J. C. Dever of CINEMASCOPE
Gossard-Fits and "gives" I
Brunswick, Ga. were weekend Friends of Mrs. Robert Chap you in the above entitled cause; i .
like second skin! Sizes WARNERCOLOfi
..DJJICTARKE a : and you are hereby required to file SOUND
, small medium and large guests of Mr. and. Mrs. C. H. Nas- man will be happy to learn that your Answer with the Clerk of this .
FL-: worthy. she returned home Saturday from Court and to serve a Copy, thereof STARRINO
$7.95 at Stump's.Mr. upon Plaintiffs attorney. Samuel V. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor spent St. Vincent's hospital where she Holch, 409-A Main Street, Daytona VAN ALDO MONA
V and Mrs Charles Fields and Tuesday to Sunday of last week Beach. Florida. not later than. the !
underwent an operation.
Wayne. of. Jacksonville and I'21st day of June 1955. HEFUN. RAY.f FREEMAN N'I
son with
relatives in
j Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Waycross, Ga. I Mrs. Garl Mathews spent Fridayto I If you fail to do so, decree pro Open House!
I May 22. 23, 24 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs. Wilma Dockstader, Mrs. Sunday in Atlantic Beach with confesso will be entered against you I
Herbie were dinner guests Ewell I for the relief demand in the Bill of Plus News and Cartoon
f FEATURE Lawson Mrs. M.:
DOUBLE and L.I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathews and Complaint. THIS brand home ITAU'NeSINONI
new was
Sunday of Mrs; J. H. Fields. Lawson spent Monday in .Ifamil WITNESS my hand and seal of
evening Admission for Battle
Black Tuesday y. I said Court, this 17 day of May, A.D. Cry
rl Jacksonville shopping.Mr. I I[ Marc Jackson spent the week.1955 completed yesterday half :
65e Children
' With Edward G. Robinson and Mrs. Bill Clark and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Adults 15c
with his
According to Readers Di end in Keystone Heights
I Clerk Circuit Court
AND children of Miami I destroyed today. Fire just I Including All Taxes
gest of May 1955 there are wereweekend grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Bradford County Florida
4t 6/10 SILVA \
BETRAYEDClark guests of Mr. and :Mrs. L. D. Leonhard. 5/20
'more people hospitalized by Green and Mrs. C. D. Williams. doesn't care where it strikes! a'5 MRS. G. J. McGRIFF
Gable Lana Turner1ctor I Mrs. Ruby Johns is spending NOTICE TO APPEARla PlNLAY CURR'EIIAURUN
mental illness than by all Harvey Yoder of Pottsville Circuit Court. Bradford CoaatTiFlorida ,
Plus Color Cartoon Mature for Children other diseases combined"Since spent Sunday with his niece, Mrs.''from with Thursday friends.to Sunday in Tampa I i In Kurszyne.Chaarrry.Mieczyslaw .Plaintiff, vs. i That's one of the many rea I Wed, Thur. May 25, .2..611m'

the science of Frow Strickland and i Marie Kurszyne, Defendant.Case ..
family. i Mrs. Ruth Carlisle and daughter, No. 10-1015 sons why adequate protection Ii .
Wed., Thur. May 25 26 Mrs. D. J, Clark of Tampa isI I I Audrey, and Mrs. Ruby Johns Notice To AppearTo -. .... "
spending the : Maria Kurszyne whose residence should not be off Plus of Mouse" Cartoon & :
DOUBLE FEATURE Chiropractichas week with Mr: and visited Silver Springs on Sunday. and address is: Unknown.You "put until, "Word "land ,,
Mrs. L. D, Green. Friends of Mrs. Hugh L. Brown- are hereby notified that a Chapter No. 7 Serial III .
I The Diamond Wizard suit for divorce tomorrow. Let us help
proven to be so effective Maiden Forms Bras-Chan- lee Jr. of New Orleans, the former has been filed against you in the you I moot roa _

'I I With Dennis AND O'Keefe in prevention of mental sonette-New Arielte and New,'I Rosa Leviton of Starke, will be you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of make sure that you have the W. II. GRAHAM 1 I IUlDElrI _

I and nervous disorders one Pro-Logue available at glad to know that she is getting your answer or pleading to the complaint

The Kid From 1 of the best ways to preventthe tump's. I along nicely following an operation Frank on the Landrum Plaintiff's, Starke AttorneyT. Fla., insurance you need to be safe I '. .
overcrowded conditionin I Mrs. Marian Howe spent the., in New Orleans on Monday. and file the original in the officeof COMING SOON
Left Field iweekend in St. Augustine with'I Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard spent the Clerk of the Circuit Courton TODAY.
our hospitals is to con- or before the I
Plus Cartoon for Children her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. the weekend in Charleston S. C. 20 day of June 1955;
suit you Chiropractor first.IN and :Mrs. Raymond Howe, Jr. and with relatives. otherwise the allegatlsns of said THE COUNTRY I

Fri.. Sat. May 27.28 I STARKE ITS ,family, in their new home. Sarong Brand Girdle-The Complaint.. by you.will be taken as confessed EC %Wall AgencyPhone ,I ,
I This notice shall be publishedonce
DOUBLE I I Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. girdle that walks and won't each week for four consecutive ,

i Springtime In The BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC E. L. Matthews and daughters, .ride. up! Stump's. weeks in the Bradford County Tele GIRL < LOVEJOY fRANK BRASSELLE KEEFE

Anne and Betsy, were in Jacksonville I Dr. Ilias Constantinou and graph.Dated this 18th day of May, 1955. : 146 CATHY KAREN

Sierras Sunday afternoon visitingMrs. wife, Dr. Eugenie Clark of Englewood -. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. DarbyL AwardWinner .
IN' TRUCOLOR J. A. Budd, Jr. who underwent Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy 200 E. Call Street I
CLINIC were weekend guests of Dr. Marian. L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
With Jane Frazee & Andy De\lne !' a minor operation the first and 'Mrs. Pete Felos. 5/20 4t 6/10 Plus "Cooking With Gad" Cartoon
,''of Starke Fla. I
AND 2 blocks north of Post Office the last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Chasteen of NOTICE TO APPEAR and Latest World News

UNION STATION II I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters Anderson, S. C. were weekend IB The Circuit Court ot Bradford -- -- ,. .
Phone -- -
108 ; County. Florida. IB Chaarery. __ __ _.- ___ ___ "
; Mrs. M. C. Stith and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sacepan Dumanski, Plaintiff vs. I - -- d' __ __ _. .it .. f
With William HoUlen Office hours dally except Thurs. Jim Chasteen spent Monday in Mundy. Ludnika Dumanski, Defendant.Case .
Plus Serial Chap. No. 2 Great Adtntures 9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:80 Jacksonville.Mr. No. 10-1016

\ of Capt. Kldd & Cartoon Evenings and Thursdayby and Mrs. Ray E. Saunders, NOTICE T(' APPEAR \otlee To: Ludwika To Appear Dumanski. whose
appointment I. Clrrait C.. rt. Bradford Coarij. residence and address Is: Unknown. --
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Alvarez and
notified that cult
Florida rhaaccrr- You are hereby a AN
a- Mrs. Ray Williams of Penney James Walter Pryan. Plaintiff. vs. for Divorce FROM
Farms were among those attend Lydia Edna Bryan Defendant.Case has been filed against you in the dtdab41' .
No. 10-1018 above named Court and cause and
j B_._. . . ing the Speaker's Ball in Tallahassee !Notice To Appear you are required to serve a copy of ARRAY
f. . . . Wednesday evening of last To: Lydia Edna Bryan whose your answer or pleading to the complaint :
residence and address is: Box 16, on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
week. Brigantine, New Jersey. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla.
'UUI zdCHECKERBOARD Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Andrews and suit You for are hereby notified that a OF g4ft.Y KOCH

daughter, Sylvia, visited Mr. and Divorce
Has been filed against you tn the FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
Mrs. G. W. Teston in Jacksonville above
NEWS named Court and cause and
Sunday. you are required to serve a copy of
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootwere your answer or pleading to the
Jim Chasteen
By complaint on th* Plalnt1ff'Attorney JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE
in Sanderson on Sunday Alfred C. Scott. 106
BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN visiting Mrs. W. F. Barefoot.Mr. Floridaand Smith Building, Jacksonville, Our Stores Stocked Full Of

and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Jr. file the original In the office of General
10th &Cherry Sts. Storke, Fla Statenville Ga. the first the Clerk of te Circuit Court or Made only by
of spent
or before the Motors Corp. All other Appropriate Gifts For The Boy or Girl
I of the week with the senior 20 day of June. 1955; '
I, otherwise Electric Refrigerators are
the allegations of salt
fed and handled while in service, Quicks.
What Plan Is Best Complaint will toe. taken aa confess- made other companiesand
they'll hold their weight or even I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cantrell 3d by- 'ou.. by
For You? gain a littler-Hand feed boars ,and children of Jacksonville were This notice shall be ,publishes, cannot use the word .
once each week for four r"n ernttr*
6 to 8 lbs. of Purina Sow and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. weeks in the Bradford County Tele. Frigidaire. FOR HIMWALLETS FOR HER

Pullets grown on the Purina Chow and Robert Green. rraph.
Pig grain once daily. Dated this 19 day of :May 1955.
Growing Plan should be ready to Furnish the best possible pasture, I Miss Sylvia Alvarez spent the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
lay at from 41-2 to 5 I 1-2 months with Clerk of the Circuit Court
shade and plenty of fresh water. weekend in Winter Haven By Marian L. Crosby, Deouty Clerk I
depending on the breed. Whetheryou 'friends. 5/20 4t 6/10 ? ?

have no grain or lots of YOU MAY LOSE PIGS YOU Mrs. Fred Francis of Fort Myersis la The Circuit Court Eighth Judicial -
grain. there is a Purina Plan to NEVER SEE AGAIN spending several weeks with Circuit Of Florida, IB \.d THEN SEE a

help you grow uniform, well- e- her mother, Mrs. E. C. Priest, For Bradford Chane.rjr.Conatr.IB .
veloped pullets. Ask about the You can see the quality of the and with Mr. and'Mrs. Red Al No. 10.1011 E. H. SMITHTenth I

plan best suited- to your situation ration fed a brood sow during gestation -varez. Max Irene Xiederreither.Niederreither Defendant.Plaintiff. ye. .

in the size, strength and Mr. and Mrs. Cula Coran hadas Notice To Defend
condition of her litter, small lit To: Irene Niederreither. Defend and Temple ATC.
a weekend guest, Mrs. Florence ant, 7 Herzogstand Street, :Munich, e
Stretch Corn Through ters often result because, in an Willey of Neptune Beach. Mrs. Germany. Starke, Fla.BOATING'S COMPACTSPERFUMES
effort to maintain her dur- You are hereby notified that a suit
Mrs. Ada Alexander and
Hogs Coran for divorce has been filed against
ing pregnancy, a sow will actually daughter Wilma, took Mrs. Willey e

resorb some of the tiny embryos home on Monday and spent the .9- I ROD & REEL
and the pigs farrowed day at Neptune Beach. a
may be under-sized. LOTS OF FUNJ COLOGNE
1I01-Flex sheer stretch Ny .
Watch the sow's and
weight by Holeproof. Special 0

condition 800-400 carefully.Ib. sow should The average gain-lIon Available at Stump's.Mrs. WITH OUR NEW, QUIETER RAZORS NECKLACES

Ethel Pickren of Gaines
from 100 to 115 lbs. during ges- ville and sister, :Mrs. J. M. Wiley, S
tation. We recommend hand feed- SHAVING PEARLSPen
and Mr. Wiley of Houston, Texas, SETS.
Feeding studies show that it ing/Sow & Pig Chow and grain spent the weekend with Mrs. Pick- I
takes 12 bushels of corn alone to 1 to 4. Feed good quality legume -
ren's daughter, Mrs. Seeber Good
make 100 pounds of pork. But, hay when possible and ALSOKODAKS
man and family.Mr. BAlL-A-MATlC !
hundreds of feeders have learned provide plenty >>f fresh water. I
and Mrs. Lloyd Green were
it takes only 5 bushels of corn It's a good Idea to feed Purina in Gainesville Monday. I andPencil ... CLOCKS
and 45 pounds of Purina Hog Livestock Mineral free-choice.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walters of
Chow to do the same job.
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Sets
:When fed on the Purina Program HEALTH HINTSBloody
Mrs. R D. Tenly Saturday after.
these Chows will help you WATCHESYou I

market hogs as early as 5 noon.Mrs.
Lettie Parker and Mr. and $/l .50 up
months, and save you money, too. "
Mrs. J. C. Wynn and family of 9 I

Get Brood Sows Jacksonville were weekend guestsof and! i1 -.i Candy If II f I
Carolyn Redgrave 11 I I Terms _ _ _ _ _ _ I
for 'da Easy
Ready BreedingTo Mrs. Shellie Hall. IN I

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent t :1 You'll enjoy wonderfully VARIETY OFSTATIONERY '
avoid lost time and pigs, from Thursday to Monday visitingMr. I, ,utI smooth, quiet rides i&the Gift II
boars and brood sows should be and Mrs. P. S. Hutto in Savannah -I 1 new Scott-Atwater .*. .fthe I
In "peak" condition during the Ga. S j outboard that bails your 1at. 59c to $1.75 Boxes I

breeding season. Good condition Miss Martha Landrum was -----= Batt'O-matic, Hush spring Ii
\\ill help them make the greatest home from U. of F. over the Mount, Aquamute Exhaust, i

number of fertile mating- Droppings in the Litter? weekend. Stowaway Gearshift, Twist-Grip Tank, Complete Speed Are Assured Of The Best In Price And I

Frances Landrum and Charlene -. .
That's indication that %
a strong
GOOD BOARS Control make Scott-Atwater
your chickens have Cecal Cocci- Hardy spent the weekend in .
the outboard buy of year! At
Naturally, it is wise to pick diosis. If so, start treatment immediately Brooksville visiting Frances' %' Quality !

good boars. Do not let them with Purina Sulfa- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ,I

self-feed. If boars are over-fed Nox. Complete directions on lab Landrum. '. Models 3'/1 H.P. to 30 H-P.

when not in service, they often el. Why not get a bottle of Sul- Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley

become fat and lazy. If properly fa-Nox and have it on hand? visited and other Sgt.relatives and Mrs.in Carl Gracevillelast Ivey CHASI C. SHEPHERDRADIO ) KOCH DRUGS S STORE .

JIM CHASTEEN Thursday and Friday. Sgt

Ivey a brother of Mrs. McAhley, Phone 53iii '
. . . has returned from three TV SEAT COVERS
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Marine Story in 'Battle Cry' at Florida CONTROL OF INSECTS IOU are requiud to serTe a copy of IhUee T. AppearTo I I Dated this 12 day of May, 1955.
WILL HELP PASTURES your answer the or pleading Plaintiff f, the complaint : Helen Joanne Malone, whose (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.:Darby
on Attorney
SOIL CONSERVATION YIELD MORE GRAZING Gerald R. Hart, 203 Smith Build residence is Keller, Virginia, and Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ing Jacksonville, Florida
whose address is Box 123, Keller, 5/13 4t 63
N.E.W.S Control of insects in present-day and file the original in the office of Virginia.You -
he Clerk of the Circuit Court
has become a on IB Circuit C.. ,
pastures necessity, before rt Bradford Coomlf
or the 13 day of June. are hereby notified that a .
according to Dr. L. C. Kuitert, associate 1955: otherwise the allegations of suit for Florldi Chamfer
By Bill Haas I said .Complaint will be taken as John J. O'Malley. Plaintiff, vs. Evie
entomologist with the Flor- Divorcehas V
confessed M. O' alley. Defendant.
ida Sta- This notice you.shall be been filed agalnt you in the Case No. 10-S98
u. S. SOIL CONSERVATION Agricultural Experiment publishedonce above named Court and cause and Order Of Publication And Nctlce To
I tions. He points out that as weeks each in the week Bradford for foul County consecutive Tele you are required to serve a copy of Appear State of Florida To.
SERVICE pasture acreage increases and fertilization graph. your answer or pleading to the complaint Erie M. O' alley. whose residenceand
on the Plaintiff'sAttorney address is: Wolf Trap Road,
I programexpands, more Dated this 7 day of May, 1955. T. David Burns, 308 Route 3. Box 535. Vienna, Va.
) Charles A. Darby You are required to appear on
insects will be. encountered. There-
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Guaranty Life Building, Jacksonville June 13, 1S55. in the above named
Those accompanying Roman Alvarez one. of those hot days we had last _W41j fore as cattlemen become more 3y Marian 1... Crosby Deputy Clerk. Floridaand Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

to the Soil Conservation District week Lloyd remarked, "this irrigation _1 dependent on pastures as a source 5/13 4t 6/3 file the original in the office of seeks Bradford divorce.County Telegraph shall

Supervisor's area speaking business is sure work." of roughage, insect control meth- NOTICE TO APPEAR the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or publish this Order In next four

contest in Jacksonville were Fos- irrigation is work. You have to ods must be adopted.. In Circuit Court. Bradford County, before the weekly issues. J
Florida IB Ckameerr. 13 day of June, 1955; Witness my hand and official seal
ter Shi Smith Paul Hutchins Leon work it to make it To makean r
pay. and Peter ZitI, Plaintiff 1955.
Armyworms, grassworms Ante Ziti. otherwise the allegations of said at Starke. Florida this May 10.
Carter, and Bill\ Haas. Roman irrigation system producemore caterpillars appearing in late Defendant. Complaint will be taken as confessed OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
didn't win the contest but he made acre it is necessary to Case No. 10-1004 by you. Clerk of Said Court. L
per summer and early fall are cap-. JTotlce To Appears This notice shall be publishedonce By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk J
i very good showing. The compe- follow a schedule. This business of V ______ able of causing considerable dam- To: Ante Zitz whose residenceand each week for four consecutive Chas. n. Hess 204 Guaranty Life I
I address is: Alekrandravo No. weeks in the Bradford County Tele Bldg.. Jacksonville Fla. *
to 55S _
tition was keen and every one in waiting until the crop % 41" V age to pasture plants. For control 623. Otok Krk Yugoslav graph. Attys. for PIt. SUit 6 3
Bradford County should be proud show signs of drying up and then S measures Dr. Kuitert suggests IOU are hereby notified That a !
of Roman's willingness and abilityto giving it a good soaking will not T; IS either a 10 per cent toxaphere or Divorcehas -

present a speech in competi- pay oft. By following a schedule ., 5 per cent DDT dust applied at above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the

tion with others. you keep the plants in a growing 25 pounds per acre. For spraysuse you are required to serve a copy of I
condition all the time and you V V 2 pounds of 50 per cent wetta- your answer or pleading to the
complaint the
B. C. Holtzendorf. a Bradford don't wash the fertilizer down below Nancy Olson is the young New Zealand girl who falls in lore ble DDT or 2.5 pounds of 40 per T on Frank Plaintiff'sAttorney Landrum. I HUNDREDS
Soil Conservation District Cooperator the root zone of the plants.It Starke, Floridaand
with one of the lonely Marines under the command of Van Heflln in cent wettable toxaphene in 100 I file the original in the officeof
- used the District's rotocycle will also pay to get a rain the Clerk of the
gallons of water to cove an acre. Circuit Court on
"Battle Cry" showing at the Florida Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. of details managed and economic-
mower ,on his'pastures.. Ben'splace guage so that you can measureth i annual or before the 13 day of June. are
is located out on the Ed- water that falls. By taking Grasshoppers are an 1955; otherwise the allegations of ally attended that only a trained and
problem, causing destruction of said Complaint will be taken as
wards Road. He states that he I the amount of water that falls and seed heads. confessed by you. t careful organization can attend when

wanted to get the weeds mowed 'from the skies info considerationyou Florida Strawberry Growers UrgedTo be foliage controlled with dusts They contain-can This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce the urgent need for serving is at J

. down so that his grass would have I will save on labor, fuel, and ing 10 per cent toxaphene, 5 per graph weeks in the Bradford County Tele- hand.

more growing room.L. that: all-important water. cent Chlordaine, 5 per cent aldrin Dated this 11 day of May, 19i5;; J.)

Obtain New Virus-Free PlantsFlorida used 25 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
at pounds per acre
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court C. JONES
L. Dyal, whose farm is located The FFA boys under the super Aphids are serious pests of Pangola By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
at Rock Church, has in- vision of Taul Hutchins and Joe.. 5/13 4t 6/3 Phone 7 Starke, Ra. 5
and can reduce yields
stalled A Woods the District's grass- --- 1 III
an irrigation system. are preparing
strawberry are! to Such not
growers growers. plants are and lower protein content of the .NOTICE TO APPEAR
complete soil and water conserva- demonstrational plot to plant soy- urged to obtain some of the new immune to attack by viruses. For grass. An application of parathionas In Circuit Court. Bradford County.Floridas Funeral Director Ambulance Service
tion farm plan was prepared on beans. Two types of soybeans will In Chancery.
I virus-free strawberry plants now that reason they must be protectedfrom a 1 cent dust applied at Gloria Levine, Plaintiff. Murray
his place. Lloyd is pumping water be planted, both are from home- available by Dr. F. S. Jamison, infections in plant propagation 15 to 25 per Levine, Defendant. Our local funeral home enables OB to offer convenience and
pounds acre or
from the Santa Fe River. While grown seed and are beanproducing per para- Case Xo. 10-1003 services not otherwise available.
truck horticulturist with the University beds. Viruses are spread from thion spray of 1 to 2 pounds of kotlre To Appear.To .
laying out the irrigation pipe on varieties. of Florida Agricultural Extension -I plant to plant by aphids and other : Murray Levine whose resi-
,15 per cent wettatle powder per dence and address is: 755 Stone Avenue -flps-nnnn rsssssSrsssssr.-SSSSSSss,.,
FINAL CHECK-UP IN Service.He means as yet unknown.Dr. acre controls aphids. An application Apartment I, Brooklyn, New I
says scientists have knownfor Jamison suggests the follow- York. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
of 25 cent malathion wet-
"TICKOFF"A MARCH OF DIMES per: Tou are hereby notified that a
many years that strawberry ing procedure to keep virus-free I table powder at 2 pounds per acre suit forDivorce accept Aft r life insurance policy in force, Issued by ANT

A final total of $2,450 was raised plants have been infected with vi- plants from becoming infected: I also controls custody and control of company, as payment in part or In full on a funeraL
aphids on Pangola
SENSATIONAL NEW in the March of Dimes Polio rus-caused disease. A number of Isolate bed 3.000 minor child Consultation .
1., the plant by grass. has been filed against you in the carries no obligation.SetJtttJStssJrrs4sssssjssssssss
DISCOVERY! Campaign in Bradford County, virus strains have been recognized feet (or as far as possible) from above named Court and cause and rsssrssssp
Benedict Finza"? Jr., drive chairman Many species of leafhoppers you are required to serve a copy of 1
Give as attacking strawberries in different other strawberries, including wild .
your dog a capsule your answer or pleading to the cbm- .
Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! reported this week. areas of the county. These 11 strawberries. tiny sucking insects are frequently plaint. on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. ,-'>:-- >- '- ----- --- > --,- < .--. -:. ; ;;. >: '::::: ::_;:::;..; }' ----i: j

The sum Is cbout the same as virus extremely abundant in pas Frank Landrum, Starke.
diseases reduce plant vigor,.I 2. Plant only virus-free, aphid- Florida
AT ALL DRUG STORES that collected last year, Kinzer production of runner plants and free stock. tures. They do not usually cause and tile the original In the office

said.. The goal was $3,000. fruit yields. In many varieties the 3. Dust plant bed with 1 per cent serious damage but they should be of before the Clerk the of 13 the day Circuit of June.Court 1955 ODor : FARMERS SUPPLY j

symptoms of certain virus strainsare parathion on a 10 to 14-day schedule considered in a pasture insect con- otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken confessed
hard to detect 'and the plants to control aphids. trol program. DDT is effective in by you.

will grow and produce a few fruits.' Growers in Florida may find it controlling leafhoppers. This notice sEi.ii Tib publishedonce
each week for four consecutive
Progressive yield reductions have hard to maintain virus-free stock weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

been noted with th Missionary for propagation from year to yeaH Circuit AOTICE Court TO, APPEARIn raph.

: I strawberry variety which has been It may be advisable every year or Florida ID Chancery.Donald Bradford. County (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 11 day) Charles of May A.1955.Darby *

grown in Florida for a number of two for the grower to obtain new, D. Franco Plaintiffs. Clerk ot the Circuit Court FEEDS
Domenica Franco Defendant.Case By Marian L. Crosby .Deputy Clerk
years. virus-free plants for his propagat-
I No. 10-985 5/13 4t 6/3 -
USDA research workers have ling beds from nurserymen in areas \otlee To AppearTo
: Domenica Franco, whose residence -
solved the problem by finding virus I specializing in the. production of and address is: 24 Walnut Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEtttIn County, GROCERIES

free plants in almost all commercially such plants. Street, Saratoga Spring New York. Florida i In Chancery. ,
You hereby notified that
are a
grown varieties. Virus- i A few virus-free plants will be suit for Michael O. Malone, Plaintiff, vs.

: free plants of Florida 90 and Mis- available for the 1955-56 seasons. I Divorce Helen Joanne Malone, Defendant. FERTILIZERSFor
has been filed against you in the
sionary varieties have been released Dr. Jamison says Florida growers above named Court and cause and Case No. 10-1006 il
by the USDA to nurserymen .should make every effort to obtain -
for increase and distribution I some as soon as possible. I

3 There's more POULTRY PROFIT i
HINTS TO Attempt To Burn Always Something,

HOUSEWIVESCANNING Yellow Jacket Nest COOKIN' ;i feed


Ocala woods-worker attempting -
The home and the family are ,
man's most precious possessionsand to burn out yellow jack- MARY & BILL'S CAFE _- -
ets which were holding his (
DON McALUSTER, popular radio star of WDBO says, "My wife. yet they are also the most up S Red Rose Poultry Feed
started the
pulpwood cutting FORMERLY JUNE'S GRILL
poorly safeguarded. Many peopleare (BUS DEPOT ) b fiock-tetted, scientifically

has, always wed tight Karo for cooking and on the fdb/e/ -//'jL killed and injured in the home wildfire which recently swept GIVE US A TRIAL ; i compounded end balanced to 1
.* 8000 acres near Ft. McCoy, it has S
each year. been revealed. I Businessman's 50c and 65c Plate Lunch ___ ; iveyourflocksflthentrentitheyneedforvlgorousgrowth!

dark Karo for me, the best-tasting It's in the kitchen where the.: The. woods-worker, Edward Jackson 0 Steaks Chops Sandwiches Chili : '

most work is done in the home. Malts Shkkes Sodas Sundaes _: -J and production
II disclosed the origin of the -

14' eating syrup of 'em all There Take time are also every more so hazards often to there.look i fire to Florida Forest Service In- COFFEE THAT'S GOOD 5c i!:_ 'Start feeding for- moreS

vestigator J. D. Bland, and later
for the hazards and remove them. poultry profits-get Red ROM
S :pleaded guilty to the. facts of the Meal Tickets ... $4.50 for $4.00The -
Yes, indeed..biscuits go like hot cakes when Now would be a good time to PoultryFeedsforyourflo&Phone

.. S you pour on plenty of delicious dark Karo..: check your canning equipment. By ID.case R.before Smith.Marion Smith County sentenced Judge Only Bread We Serve In Our BurgersIs : _-i-: _

there's nothing like it for good eating. Satis doing it now you can prevent acci- The Bun
Jackson to two hundred dollar -
... fyin' flavor. So rich it stands right up on top. dent and also be ready to go when fine or pay spend a a hundred daysin Mary and Bill Mason welcome youTTTTTTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfVT 51-W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts. ,

of biscuits (keeps 'em light and fluffy). KeepS the fruits and vegetables reach jail. 3 I

: Karo on your table morning, noon and night that "right time" to can. The woods fire which I, .J.Ji
a :..it tops anything! You do not want to lose hoursof L -
kindled from Jackson's attempt to ., J
work ? You do not want _-S-
do you 4
Ask for DARK Karo in pint and bottles do I rout the yellow jackets defied the -- --- Ir l
your grocer quart to get scalded canning, efforts of fire-fighters for four ----- C. E.
you? You do not want to ruin -- V New
days before being brought under t 0
: kitchen by a pressure cookeror ssor
>\ -0--c controLHEILBRONN !
-i : the i
pressure sauce pan blowing up, \\ Meet \ (Low Cab Forward)
do ?

Justfelociking If the answers to these ques- .YYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTT; C.0 E, \
\ the Chevrolet
y tions are ho, for safety sake, have \ to \

checked and
your pressure

county check home cooker demonstration carefully. agentor Your I5y Jlrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ,I Task 'Force 5

the home service department of n

the electric or gas company may

fRd7 be able to tell you where this :Mr. and :Mrs. Bobbie Bennett 4 Trucks

checking can be done locally. and children of Daytona were recent .-\ \

Pressure Guages. A pressure guests of :Mr. and Mrs. G. _

guage may the dial type of the L. Sapp.. David and Danny Ben- //11 1I-(

larger pressure cooker or the nett, nephews of Mrs. Sapp from '' ..,.... .
: weight type use on pressure sauce the State Farm, were also week- t ''.' -. ''''.'.''::.:,'

pans. The purpose of the guageis end guests of the Sapps. '-, .. .. ._ ,. mn <

/at our to control pressure Inside the Miss Dora Clark is on the sick ,. 'C
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utensil. list. We wish her a speedy re .n w ..

which regis- I V 5S / '55S
Any pressure guage covery. k '- -' -
ters over 2 pounds off should be Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Norman 'C cI S V
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replaced. moved last week from the :McKin- VVV V _

I If, after checking, it is found ney apartments in Starke to the >> : 'J9 //4 .5-

J the guage registers only 1 poundoff Breazeale cottage on Kingsley ,

this adjustment can be made V ; 'tse' i
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by a reading and holding of 9 or Lake.We
-ERmTG were trying to entertainRev. :

11 pounds pressure. Milton Dukes and Mr. and
Gaskets. Many cookers and : ; {
Mrs. Kenneth Norman .with a supper -
sauce pans have gaskets made of I
PARTY! cooked on the outdoor fire-

............. rubber or a rubber-like compoundto 'place Tuesday night of last week.
them from leaking around
Just as we were almost through -
< e! :
-- -- the cover. These should be checked I frying chicken and potatoes a rain _ _ : V. S S ___.w- .". -- -5,.. V
after each use and cleaned thor- +
came up and sent us scurrying for
H Q 5--. oughly. Any grease allowed to ac- shelter. We were so delighted with 5- ,
cumulate causes a deterioration of j -
Maytag Automaticsaves the rain that we did not mind eat- := V ___
the rubber. I
9 gallons of hot Often these gaskets can be turn- ing indoors. S 'T:1 _
The Heilbronn WMU met last V
load with
water per ed after a period of use. Any _
t 5. Automati Water. level breaks in the rubber will call fora Friday. night at the church with
Mrs. Dorothy :McCarthy in chargeof
I Control. replacement. the : .
's-: Safety Plugs. Safety plugs go program. V5:: _

: into action only if pressure or temperature Rev. Milton Dukes left Mondayfor --:1: 5
Exclusive Maytag agita.
becomes dangerouslyhigh. Charleston, S. C. for a visit

ji-. I tor washing action Whenever this safety value with relatives.Mrs. .

:- blows out in the process of canning : Mildred Sapp, assisted by Powered by the most ,modern V8 in any ru. .

: Ut O I Exclusive Double-Spin you can know pressure is too Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and .ISe..S

: \M'c' __ Tubs. No dirt streaks. high. Mr. and Mrs. DeIbert Green, en- Chevrolet's new Taskmaster V8 engine!
; :;;; Care of Pressure Equipment- tertained the Junior Training
I ruui
Wash equipment after each use, Union Class with a social last the most modern shortest-
I ) \: Come In-help us celebrate Maytag'i Chevrolet's great new LC.F.'s bring you all the They're powered by
but don't put cover in water. Clean Friday night at the church. Ice advances stroke truck V8 of them all-the new Taskmaster '
advantages of a C.O.E.-plus new you
25! 9 millionth' washer. far more than I
openings in cover. Take off removable cream cones served after the V8-packing 145 high-compression horsepower!
** won't find anywhere else!
other make. _
any petcock and safety value, gam s.Miss. / offered .
They're towr-seven inches lower than former If you don't get the all-modern features
wash and dry. Occasionally soak i iI Sandra Carmichael spent C.O.E. models. Only two steps up to the cab! by the new Chevrolet Task-Force trucks, you're
these parts in vinegar, wash, and last weekend in Jacksonville with ....
and stand to
and convenient actually getting an old-fashioned truck
.Your l tnmRUJ!I I.I.L Year"after year,America'sbest The cab is more comfortable ,
Mr. Mrs. M. Beach.
dry.Be and broad lose on the job today-and again at trade-in
truck! with a level floor, softer seats, panoramic money
oareful not to chip sealing selling
Authorized 'Maytag Sales & Service Dealer edges of pressure utensils. the C.weekend W. Slade guest of of Hampton Archie Car-was S windshield anda long list of other new features. time! Come see today's- most modem trucks- !

For Bradford CountyGAY'S Store canner carefully. Make michael.

sure it is clean and dry before being -. -

put away. Crumple newspaper, TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
HOME APPLIANCES inside kettle to obsorb moisture

and odors. Wrap cover in paper YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

Phone 10 Court & Madison Sts., and invert on the kettle. brook purse-size fountain pens in
Starke, Fla. Canning is fun and safe, if you I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- STARKE, FLA.I .

make it so. .ford County Telegraph.



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-. FRIDAY. MAY 20 1935
Tbompkins principal
Dated this 10 DeacrlptleaStf 8. T. B. Acres Owner Taxes DescrIption 8. T. a. Acres Onaer Taxes
day of May, Ui 5.
uates will include members of the
ninth and twelfth grades of the Clerk of the Circuit Court RY & EX 1 LotonNside'Wof EVi of NWVi of
By Marian L. Croiby Deputy Clerk NEV N of RD 24 I 2! 10 Edward Ricks 25.29
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy school. Sermon will be delivered Lots 1 & 2 of Blk
5/13 4t '/3 T5rUby 100 2 in Bradford
by Rev. Benjamin Williams, for- ft. CH W 7 20 27 Howard W. Walt 4.59 Heights S/D

Ozora Johnson, EditorAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAaAaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mer pastor and teacher of RJE. IB Circuit NOTICE Oart.TO Braaf APPEAR.r4 C.aatr All W14 STVU of NE'4 of SW% 11 S 21 80 L. C. demons ZO.%% Lots 3, t, 5, t &: ._ E. W. Hayes 17.74M

Music will be furnished by the Florida I. Ckaaeery. W of Rd. & N S SofBIkZ&12* ft. of Lot 7, -
Frank S. Terpien, Plaintiff Hel- 5J6 ft. of i'
high school chorus under the direction J. vs. SW'4of Blk 3 in Bradford : :
en Terpien Defendant. SWJ4\ E of Rei.
6 21 25 J. Willard
The general public wishes to the summer months. Those persons of E. E. Minott and E. S. Case No. 10-983 Alvarez 41.80 Hts. S/D '. Acme Home

thank Mr. Matthews for the very who have not paid their pledgesare Pierce. The program will start Kotlee To: Helen To Appear.J. Terpien.. whose- resi- 420 Cor.ft. of Sq.NE In% NE of ; -- -. W1of! SEU of .... -:- Builders. Inc. St.':

fine pictures printed In'the paper asked to do so before school promptly at 3 p. m. The general dence and address is: 111 E. Oak- SE% 20 f 21 4 Rosalie Roder 9.43 W SE U 66 of ft NE\i& EX E.'C -

recently: The Lawtey Training :closes. Principal Roberts will deeply public is cordially invited to at. Jersey.land Avenue Pleasantville. New Cora SWJi at NE of Cor NWJ4 of\ ",. E SO ft U I I Edna B. Mills 14.22

School and the female quartetteof appreciate your help. tend. You are hereby notified that a run W 445 ft. S Lots C 2.in 3, Blanding 4 of Blk .

R. J. E. high school also of Thurston school held Its last COMMENCEMENT lull for 272.5 ft for POB SID
I Divorce, custody and support of Cont S 4S6.2 ft. !. Bgue 13.72
Lawtey. Some: people didn't knowwe PTA meeting on Monday night. Commencement Exercises will minor child W 877.3 ft. N 498.2 From point of Int

had such attractive persons InS Plans were completed for the May be held at the school cafetoriumon has above been named filed"against yon In the ft. E 877.3 ft. to of S line Sec 2S "'-.
Court and cause and IPOBW 29 7 21 10 Waldo H. Jones 11.98is with TV line of
our group. We deeply appreciate festival on Tuesday. Principal S. Friday May 27, at 8 p. m. you are required to serve a copy of A % E of ST RD 200 run 41.i>

. the time money and work in the C. Price invited all persons presentand Guest speaker will be Rudolph your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the complaint of River NTVJ4&\ all E W of* SLY:366.97 ft.along to FOB.RD ::' .r.tl

production of those very fine 'pic friends to the school closing "Bunky" Matthews, coach and di- Gerald R Hart. 202 'Smith BuildIng River 4 U 100 W. H. Edwards Jr. :31.53 WLY 254 ft, NLY ',

tures. Keep reading this paper program which will feature a play rector of athletics of Bethume- Jacksonville, Florida SW NWK% of E Of River 30 4 22 60 W. H. Edwards Jr. 19.44 229.25 ft., ELY ,
and file the original In the office of Lot 14 In 64.S3 ft.. ELY .
John Q. Public you haven't seen "The Laughing Princess" on Wed., Cookman College Daytona Beach. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Woodlawn IS I 22 8 Carlton G. along a RD of a

or read anything yet! May 25. at 8 p. m. Don't fail to Coach Matthews is a graduate ofMorehous before otherwise the the 13 day allegations of June.of 1955 said: E'4 of NW% of WilliamsElizabeth J.60 I curve ST RD.!84 SLY.10 ft.along to

ShutInsWe. see the princess who could not College Atlanta. He Complaint will be taken as confessed SE% 22 S 22 10 Prince RD 248.0J: ft., to

regret to report the sudden I cry. You will be thrilled fromstart is an eloquent speaker and will by you. r Bartell 5.56 FOB 2S I 22 H. E:.. Tucker 127.8
This notice shall be publishedonce
I Lots 1. 3 of 131kI6EXWISft.
operation of Albert Tyson depend- to finish. Admission 15 and bring a message that should in- each week for four eonsecu- SH of Plk 25 i In &

able bus driver for Bradford 25 cents. spire our graduates. Don't fail Telegraph.tive week in the Bradford County Com Lawtey at A W PT of RY 20 George F. Young 3.10 Lot EX X 1 35 In ft.Orig.of _

County Schools and janitor of the The May Day festivities fea- to attend this program. The di- Dated this 6 day of May 1955. ft. N of the Cor Town of Starke .. Carl lUtch ss.10

USO. Driver Tyson was stricken tured the Dunbar high school band plomas and certificates will be (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Lake of ST Ave.ST& on& I Lot Bnd. E by
Clerk of the Circuit Court Studstill, N by
suddenly with appendicitis last from Green Cove Springs. The awarded by Supt. H. P. Morgan. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk TV Side of ST ST Alvarez W by \ .

week and was given an emergency school will sponsor a beach partyto Principal Thompkins invites all 5/13 4t 6/3 &runNloft.VTOft.NZOft.W -:. Jefferson M. Edwards S beIng by
St. -
operation at Doctors HospitaL Ac- Butler's .Beach out from St. parents of graduating groups to NOTICE-TO APPEAR 30 ft.. S 60 ft.. E ...... ..:7' 95 ft S, E
30 ft.. N 20 ft. E -
cording to a recent report he is Augustine, on Sat., May 21. All come early and get good seats. la Circuit Court Bradford eoUDt,. 70 ft. to POB. in .... ,J. .. & TV N & 73 ft. 23
on I 22
doing fine.Robert patrons are' asked to allow the No reservations will be made. Florida IB CaaBeery. Town of Lawtey Lot 5 of Blk 1 In Elva L. Stewart T.1S
Gregorlo Bias. Plaintiff, vs. Patricia W of RY
Dell of Oscar Dell Cleaners children to go on this'trip. It is an Aunt Susie Shoots The Works Vinje Bias, Defendant Lot 9 in Town of Alfonzo Griffis 59.01 .A. L. Alvarez Add Shirley M

was struck by his truck and educational experience that they The Junior-Senior play a come- Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10-986 Lawtey E of RY Sadie Crawford 3.10 Lot 2 of Blk 1 of Pollet 7.n
Lot 2 S/D of Lot
seriously injured. X-rays revealedthe will enjoy. If there are parentswho dy in three acts was most entertaining : Patricia Vinje Bias whose 13 in Town of L T & COS S/D Elizabeth

necessity of an operation wish to accompany their children on Monday evening. The residence and address is: 1814 Temple Lawtey E of RY Samuel Redick 3.60 Lot 3 of Blk 2 in McCoy. Agt. }.(}
Street. Los Angeles California.You Lots 3 4 ,
5, 6 of
which was also performed at Doctors as long, as the seats last, all-star cast featured Lillian Leggett are hereby notified that a Elk 13 in Lawtey N30ft.L T & COS ofLot4 S/D Louvenia Robinson 5.17

Hospital. Rev. Damon Dell you are welcome. Aretha Williams, Maxie suit forDivorce E of RY : : Jessie Armstrong 9.48 of Elk IS in
custody and control of Lot 7 of Blk 13 -
uncle reports that he Is on the Hampton Training School held Rogers. Lester K. Randolph and minor children -: Lawtey E of Lot L T 2 && COS E 2 S/D ft. of Dewey Brooks S.T

road to recovery. its last PTA meeting Tuesday. the Morris maid. The other charac- has been filed against you In the RY ..-.;: 'Wilbur Jenkins 3.60 Lot ,3 of Plk 35
above named Court and and Lot
causa S/D of Blk in L. T. & COS
Little Eddie James Ross was also Principal :M. Taylor expressed her ters were very good but the last you are required to serve a copy of 16 in Town of -- S/D lola Little
a patient .at Doctors HospitalAt appreciation for the complete cooperation two mentioned stole the show. The your answer or pleading to the Lawtey E of RY Lucile Kittles 3.60 Lots 5. 6 & 7 ofBlk '4.:_ .I 22.11
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney Com at SE Cor of 3 in L T & .
the time your editor made in- that has been given by play production was by Edna Kennedy Gerald R. Hart 202 Lot 18&run TV COS Add -, EL W. Hayes
friends of the Smith :Building, Jacksonville. 160 ft. for a POE' Blk 4 in Temples 17.71A
quiry he was the one. nearest re- all patrons and teacher of English, assistedby .
Florida run N 137 ft.V
covery. Read this paper and keep school and asked continued support F. S. Pierce. Stage and light and file the original In the office 80 ft., S 137 ft.. E Add j-1-- ; A. Aunts 2LSI

informed about the illness and for the coming year. All pa- ing effects by E. E. Minott. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 80 ft. to POB in \H of Lot 4 & all
or before the Town of Lawtey LotS&SofLot
death of your friends. It may be trons were invited to attend the Summer ProgramThe 13 day of June, 1955; E of RY ._ .. ,', Jannle Jackson 6.10Comat 6 EX E :25! ft.

that in some way, if you knowin school closing Beach Party at summer program will begin otherwise the allegations ot said of Blk 19 in Tem n
Complaint will be taken as confessed SW Cor of s pies Add .--W -. B. E. McRae
time you can help prevent the Butler's Beach on Sat., May 28. June 6. All persons interested in by )'..Ou. BlklS& runN .' Com at SE Cor ofXE'4 10.1)

latter. The bus will leave the school at attending are asked to register on This notice shall be published 274 ft.W for' a POB. =-. of SEtJ ofNE&runNlS
run 00
ft. N
once each week for four consecutive .
Mary Jenkins was given an appendectomy 8 a. m. A small fee will be chargedto Wed., May 25, at RJE and Lawtey weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 102 ft.. E 80 ft.. S ft. TV 107 ft. fora

at Alachua General cover expense of gas and drver.! Trainings school, as these will be graph. in 102 Town ft. to FOB In FOB run N 115 --
Dated this 7 day of May, 1955. of Law- ft.. TV 100 ft.. S
Hospital on May 12 and is get Wateroak school will hold open the two centers in operation. The (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby tey E of RY Eliza McClenton 8.06 115 ft.. E 100 ft.

ting along fine. We wish for this House and Field Day on Thurs., registration will be conducted by By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk Com Lotl8 at SW&runN Cor of S't to of FOB Lots 15 -& 29 6 22 S. TV. Haisten 25.2

bonny lassie a speedy recovery. May 26. Principal M. E. Roberts principals E. Thompkins and C. C. 5/13 4t 6/3 137 ft. for a FOB 16 in Everleys
all and friendsto Anderson. run E 80 ft., N Add EX E 20
Adult Education Class invites patrons Supervisor Johnson will
107 "-
ft., W 80 ft.
ft 29 6 22 Glen Serin
Superintendent Morgan has ask- attend this colorful affair. assist in both centers. Patrons NOTICE TO APPEAR SlO7ft.toPOB W of Lot 1 of ? 8.19
!. Clrealt Court, Bradford Coaaty, In Town of
ed that a meeting be held each Talent will be featured from the who are talented and can do or Florida i IB Ckaaeery. tey E of RY .. Charlie"- Scott 6.10 City Plk i 5 in Lincoln Edna J. Smith.

week with persona"who have signed county and music will be fur- make things are asked to give Eleanor Santmyer. Plaintiff vs. Lot 27 In Town of 'Lot 4 of Elk 14 in 17.71J.1J

for Adult classes. Those nished E. E. Minott music volunteer service for about Thomas Santmyer, Defendant. Lawtey E of RY J. W. Barber 1.93 I Lincoln City Edna J. Smith
up by one Case No. 10-979 S 165 fL of Lot 32 Com at Int of E

wishing to join are cordially in- supervisor of Bradford County. hour once or twice a week. If you Notice To Appear In Town of Law- --- line of NEtt .f
To: Thomas Santmyer, whose resIdence tey E of RY Allen Scott U8 NW&SR/ %?
vited. Johnson will will hold its interested in volunteer worka
Supervisor Lawtey Training are is Poland, New York. and address 1 A W of Rd on S of ST RD N of'

teach the class until the.organi- annual May Day activities* on blank will be sent to you upon is: Box 114, Poland, New side of Lot 35 In 230. run TV 235
York. Lawtey E of RY ft. for FOB Cont
J. J. Smith 3.60 ,
zation has been completed.The ,ThUrs., May 19 at the school. request. You are hereby notified that a Lot 42 In Town of I TV 105 ft.. S 240 '

feature for the meeting of .Principal C. C. Anderson is asking suit forDivorce Lawtey E ot RY Will Lee 8.98 ft. E 105 ft, N ..
I custody and control of W lAofLotI3fn I to FOB 35 6 22 1 Paul A. Cloud 12.69
Adults on Thursday, May 19. 8 all -patrons and friends ,to attend minor child Town of Lawtey I N* ot NEW EX 4..

p. m. at RJE will be "getting ac these activities. The program will NOTICE TO APPE.UI has been filed against you In the E of RY \ Harry Kitties 3.1 34.E of Dirt V
I la Clrrolt Comrt Bradford Comity. above named Court and cause and E 41! ft of the N RD & W ot liD '
quainted" and "Movie Forum." Try start at 11:30 a. m. Florida IB C... .ry. you are required to serve a copy of 10 ft. of Lot 5 I RD 4 7 22 75 Mrs. A. A. Williamson -

not to miss this meeting. Come CIICRClINEWS Robert B. Causey Plaintiff, vs. four answer or pleading to the complaint In OUs SID of I MT
Roberta Hodges Causey Defendant. Lawtey Emanuel 4.10 NE4 of NEft of
on the Plaintiff's Attorney
out, and if another night will be Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. Rev. Case No. 10-993 T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Flo- S Z05 ft. of Lot NW% 4 7 ZZ' 10 Ida Butler 6.17

better for you we will change for E. L. Walker pastor announcesits Notice To Appear rida 6inOtts S/Dot -- Com 210 ft. E of
To: Roberta Hodges Causey, whose Lawtey Sam Brown 13.39 NW Cor of NW&
and file the original In the office of
your convenience. This is your Men's Day Program. Ulysses residence and address is: 509 Chat- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on E HO fL ofSE' of of NEVi & run S
fee Avenue, Augusta, Georgia.You SW% of NW% 25 210 ft, E 420 ft.,
program use it. Clark has served as general chair- or before the 6 day of June. 5 ZZ 1 Manuel McSeal 16.80
are hereby notified that a 1955; otherwise the allegations of N 3/t of NE'4 25 Ii ZZ no Lee Kue Thp.ung 47,62'S4 N 210 ft., TV 410
Contralto Applauded man for the planning. The pro- suif for divorce said Complaint will be taken at of NE'4! of ft. to FOB 5 7 22 2 ,Susie Miller 9.19
Concert Contralto Zipporah Jennings gram will be held all day Sunday has been filed against you In the confessed by you. SE4 of SW 4 25 Ii Z3 Ii Willie Cain 3.10'
above named Court and cause and S* of SEI. of Com at SE Cor of .
thrilled a capacity audienceon May 22, starting with Sunday you are required to serve a copy of This each notice week shall be publishedonce Swv4 25 Ii ZZ ZO George Strong 16.80 XW% of SWVi & ,
for four
your answer or pleading to the consecutive W31 of runV' 510.5 ft.
Sunday May 15, with her rich School at 915; a. m. with D. L. complaint on the Plaintiffs'AttorneyT. weeks In the Bradford County NEtS ofSEofNE& for FOB. NWLY V V

voice. Her renditions were heart- Aaron serving as superintendent: David Burns, 308 Guaranty Life Telegraph. E% of NW% of I 1038.7 ft, WLY
: Building Jacksonville Florida Dated this 4 day of May, 1955 SE% of NE 621.5 ft.. S to
% 26 Ii ZZ 10 John Bullard 6.06
and vociferous Simon Trison, secretary; teachers: OFFICIAL SEAL Charles : -
warming brought and file the original in the office ( ) A. DarbyClerk SW Cor of NWVi ,

applause. The fourth and fifth Luther Scott and Thomas Johnson. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on of the Circuit Court ,,W IA of N of of SW%. E to V ,
or before the By Maalan L. CrosbY, Deputy Clerk I SE'4 of NE'4 26 Ii ZZ Z Robert Austin 3.10 POP 5 7 22. *15 H A. Prescott
Train- The lesson will be reviewed by I2.M
grade students of Lawtey I 13 day of June. 1955: 5/6 4t 5/27 NW'4 of S\\% of LotsA.B.1&2
ing school led the. cheering and Vasco Mitchell. The guest speakerfor otherwise the allegations of said I NE'4 26 S Z3 10 A. Paul IUS lying E of RD V
Complaint will be taken as confessed NE'4 of NW in Davis Bros. & -'.
;. of .
IB Circuit Bradford .
the will be tonrt. County,
warmly received the God-given morning worship by you. Florida In Chaaeery. SE4! 26 Ii ZZ 10 Mitchell McLendon 5.06 Truby S/D & S :. ',. -t:" .. --......... !f j i" -> T '
talent of their teacher. We do feel Harry S. Young. At 4 p. m. Prof.A. This notice shall be published Lessie May Wilijams, Plaintiff vs. W'% ot SE'4 ofSwv& 539.7 ft of NEii < < -
each week for four consecutive and E of of SEVi E of RD S' 7 H 30H.. A, Prescott. Jr.
that the artist inspired each child O. Jenkins will be the principal week in the BRADFORD COUNTY Walter L. Williams, Defendant.Case SW% of SW% EX The N 120 ft of .' 15.22
No. 10-978
present. Many of them are taking speaker; at 7 p. m. Aaron Holly, TELEGRAPH. Order Of Publication And Notice To lAinNWCorotE'4 that Port of E%
Dated this 10 day of May. 1955. of SW4 of of NE% of SEV4
local Scoutmaster will deliver the Aopeari State Of Florida Tot
applied music from Singer (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Walter L. Williams whose resi- SWI4 of Chqrch U 5 ZZ 23 H.. A. Prescott, Jr. 1.93 that lies W of RD
Jennings. Principal C. C. Anderson address. Other men who will participate Clerk of the Circuit Court. dence and address is:, Unknown. NW 4 of SW'4 of 100 6 7 22 1 Maynard D. Lewis 22.71
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk NE% U Ii Z3 10 O. C. DeGroff S.06 Com at NW Cor ofEofSWof ,
highly praised the presentation. on this program and lead 5/13 4t 6/3 Yon are required to appear on NE'4 of SW% of --.
June 6, 1955 in the above named
Anderson to its Clarence. De- NW4! EX 1 A In NE&runE
The sponsor was A. B. success are: Court 2nd cause, wherein plaintiff V
NE Cor 35 Ii U 1 Andrew Anderson 15.35 460 ft.. S 308 ft.
teacher of first grade. Sue Henry Clay Jackson Eli Graham ClrcBtt Court Bradford Canary seeks divorce. 1A In NE Cor of TV. 431 ft. N
Joe Britt James McCaslin Bradtora county Telegraph shall NE'S of SWl of 235 ft to FOB 7 7 22 ) Azalea
PTA &: Hobby Club "ChitChat"On Florida !. Caaaeery. I publish this Order In next tour Motel 1JJ.90
NW4 35 Com at NE Cor of
Ii U 1 Alice Davis 3.60
the RJE Dessie Flowers and Eddie'Borgues Dorothy Louise DeSwarte Balarezo, weekly Issues.
Wednesday. May 11. Plaintiff. vs. Carlos Uhmael Balarezo SWv of NE'4 10 6 U 40 Xays & Mills lUl SEVi df NEH of .
the Witness my hand and official seal W of NW of SEV run W 620
Sophia of Middleburg. Some of mem-
PTA met with president Defendant.
at Starke. Florida this May 4. 1955. ft. to
SE% 11 6 22 10 J. }f. Lancaster 4037 N RWof
Royal presiding. The Family Rally bers of the Benningham family Votlte To Appear.To Case No. 10-9S4 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I W4 of NE14 of CO GR RD

totaled $78 and three paymentswere will appear on the program dur- : Carlos Ishmael Balarezo As Clerk of said Court NW 4 of SW14 14 6 22 Ii E. K. Perryman 18.U for FOB Cont W
whose residence 'By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk SW'4 of SW% ot 700 ft., S 406 ft., .
made on the new Lester ing the evening. President Clark Unidad Veclnal Mirones and address Lima is: Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Build- NE EX about toNR/WofCO -
8-E. ,
Piano the Patrons who and pastor Walker extends a Peru. ing, Jacksonville\ Florida. 1.to Blackburn RD. NELY along
by group. cord-I You notified Attys. for Plf. 5/6 4t 5/27 as DESC In Bk RD to FOB 10 'I Z%, U Elizabeth C.
are hereby that
have not paid are still asked to do ial invitation to all person suit forDivorce a 63 PG 487 16 6 22 9 Donald Conner 6.67 Fowler 9.67

so as payments will have to be I l tend these services. The captains. and restoration of maiden NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SEL of NWU! of >
I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME N 4A of WV4 of SV4 10 7 U. 10 G. W. & Amy
made for August and September.The are asking for financial supportof has been name filed against In theabove Notice is hereby given that the XWii of SEVi 18 C 22: t Wilbur Hunter 5.17 -,'V V MoselY 11.11
you undersigned, under the of %A In SW cor of Com 2lflfLWof
all officersfor members and friends as this is
re-elected named Court and cause and .
SE: Cor of
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Acts SEVi of XWVi of Sec
next term by casting a unani- another drive for the buildingfund you are required to serve a copy of of 1941 will register with the Clerkof SEi being 105 19 & run W 240 V-
church. Let's your answer or pleading to the complaint the Circuit Court in and for ft-N &S by 210 ft. N 210 ft.. E V
of cover our
mous vote. The meeting adjourned on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. Bradford County. State of Florida ft. E & W 16 II 22 .5 Sam W. Graham 4.66 240 ft. S 210 ft. "
, until September. new church before the rainy sea- David Burns 303 Guaranty Life upon receipt of proof of publica- SVi of SEVi of SW% to FOB 19 'l 'ZZ 1 L. R. &: Clara

School sons begins and spoils all the Building, Jacksonville Florida tion of this notice the fictitious of NTV1.J 17 I 22 Ii Annie Goodwin 13.22 Kalch 27.lt
Wateroak Elementary
file the original in the office of name of R. B. Alvarez Transfer & 2A In NE Cor of
PTA and Hobby Club have not good construction that has taken the Clerk of the Circuit Court on storage under which I am engaged Ei of NEVi Of Com at SW Cor of .
or before the 13 day of June. in" business in the Perryman Build SE',4 210 ft E & NEofNE&V
met recently because of Illnesses. place BO far. 1955; otherwise the allegations of ing. S. Court St.. Starke, Fla. TV by 414) N & S 18 I U Z William Tyson Jr. 4.10 run N 450 ft. for
Presidents DeSue and Tyson plan I BACCALAUREATE said Complaint will be taken aa con R. B. Alvarez, sole owner Box ViA as DESC in DD FOB then E 210 .
fessed by yon. 775. Starke Fla. BK 60 PG 339 13 S U J,6 James Cruger 3.10 ft., N 210 ft. W -
Allen A. I.E. Church
to continue the activities good Chapel This notice shall be published Dated this 210 S V
6th day of May A.D., WVi of NWVi of ft. to FOB 29 'I U 1 John Jones
work another year. Payments have Rev. John Groover pastor. will-be once each week: for four consecutive 1955 at Starke Bradford County. SEVi EX R/W 18 II U 10 Yasco Hankerson 5.06 1 Lot 52H ft. Sq. 1.32
weeks In the Bradford County Tele Florida. In !SE Cor V
5/6 41 5/27 E% ofE'4! of of Blk
to the annual Baccalaureate
been made. on the stove through host SEH EX ZA in NE 9 Wrights Add 30' 'l U Dewitt Williams 13.39

June, but help is still needed for services of RJE high school E. Cor IS II U 18 Ernest Dell 6.35 Lots 1&ZofBlk
NOTICENotice Lot 9 of Elk 2 In 6 in Hampton .

Sunny Acres SDSV4 Albert Tyson 3.16 Park Mrs.
IS' hereby given that the V
following descrihtd lands will be of Foil DESC
sold at public auction on the 31st day of May, 195i at Starke, the Property S 153* W14 of NE of ,# 2.92
County of E'radford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for Tues: ft of SE'4 of 131k6Soflt4W& NEVi S of River 1 I' ZZ 10 Janie Hicks'
herein set opposite to the same, together with all costs of such sale ( EHwof NEVi of 1.54

and advertising. all Fracs S of Blk I I ZZ ZO O. B. & Janie
6 S of R 4 W Hicks
Description S. T. R. (eres Owner Taxes being 2A in SW N 100 ft. of S 525 2.42
Cor of NEVi of ,- ft. of that port.
s.v2 of E% 3 7 19 160 M. D. Harrell Jr 8.43V'4 SW Temp SD 21 II 22 -, 1 ; Leroy Patterson 16.72 of NEVi of NW% V
of N of .
\ % "
W of RD 12 8 22 1
r J. Lana-
SE 10 7 .19 20 M. D. V
Harrell Jr. 7.61
Lots 13 11 of Blk NVi or Foil DESC gan & Mary

:29! In Town of Property S 153 Vi .. Lot 5 of Lake Bed. Schwartz 5.1)
ft. of of -- :
Sew River 3-U 6 20 SEVi ,
R. ford Shores
C. E'aldree %.43 .
Lot 4 of Blk 32 Blk 65 ofR4 1'-- ._ VV G.

In Town of New W&FRASCSof Lot 13 of Lake Bedford V Werlnett 7.52
River 23-24 6 U BIk6SoZR4W '; '
Jessie Sewell 5.56 .,"P'. Shores Andrew H.
being 2A in '
SE ot SW 27 6 20 .
40 .
R. H. Grepn. Jr. 1M3 ,'ti-' Cruz Jr.Walter
of NEVi ofSWVi .r .
XE of XE. 33 6 ZIt 4() R. H. Green. Jr. .81 ,,;. Lot 7 of Blk E V 7.52
E of SW14. of SW in' TEMP Mt Pleasant .
& SEt. of SW3. 33 6 20 60 R. SID 21 1 22 1 P. D. Reddish 17.%! S/D R.
Gum Cross Ties H. Green. Jr. 27.23 Clark. Jr.
Saw Lot 7 of Blk U. UI
SW'4! of SE 33 6 20 U E. W. Hodges 1.73 Tract 1 B Mt. .
SE'4 of NW'I & X in N Reno S/D :. Marie Dukes S.17 Pleasant SID Fred Dodd
Lot 8 of Blk 19 MO
F 3/4 of SW% 1)fXW14. Tract U Carl
H 6 20 in N Reno S/D Tearether Williams 3.56
R. Vollkopf SID
GreeD Jr. lU9 Maggie C.
Iot 8 of Blk 21 J.JJ
S'4 of SWi of 11.4A in SE Cor of
I NW3& U 6 20 10 Queen EstaGantling in N Reno S/D "'. Ed Stone 5.17 SEVi of'W'4 & -
Black Sweet or Tupelo Lot7ofBlkllnGahagan N 320 ft. of NEVi .... _

JNW4! of SW S 7 20 40 F..- W. HOdges 4.18 1.73 S/D ", ', .:t\.8..... .,>-,. :.:,",, Ivory. Morris 3.16Lot8ofBiklln ofSW% EX 2 VVr.V' V
Lot 3 E.'C 15.1 A + Lots to Robert J. ,V
Gahagan S/D ** *:;:. Aaron Holley
to Ernest Edwards Dodd 13 8 22
I LotllofBlk2lnGakagan ., V V : 14 Fred S. Dodd 65.79
& EI;; .
I of Lot 4 & S/D j 1)1a: Little 3.111 W% of Blk 7 of
DELIVERED TO I Lot Ii & S% of Lotl3ofBlklin Govt Lot 3 in
Lot 6 7 7 20 In W. Gahagan SDI r.T. : -i:: t Samson White 3.16 Lakeside SID
I Jr. 18.7 E. B. Mllllgan
3/4 of Lots 7. Lot lying in SWH _. W330ftof13730 V U.It
1N ... V
i. 9, 10 & S4! of NWVi of SElOOft.N&Sby .. ft. of SE% of

Our Baldwin Plant7x9x8'6" A of In Lot SW IIEX1/3 Cor 7 7 20 217 W. E. Bigham, Jr. 13.56 : DESC 50 ft. E in &DD Was.BK '. .. ;...,.,'!,.,- : ; S%NEV of SEVi, of SWVi 24 8 22 10 Fed S. Dodd 7.55

X'- of SW'4 of SW% I 71 PG 215 Z! 22 Frank of NWVi 25 8 22 5 Mae B. Speed. AgL
EX E 3 A 8 7 20 17 William E. l 6. .,?. -, Ward 5.16 SVi of SE%. of 7.02

Bigham, Jr. Z7.73 ? SWVi 25 8 22 20 B. ,J. Alderman
$2.15 Lots 1. %. 10. 11 I Lot as DESC in Tracts 15 & 1C of g.ss
of Elk 1 Pumpkin Patch as
City 8. 7 29, G. H. Parker 5.99 309 22 I U. Horace Calbert 5.67 DESC Deed PK
Lots6or Elk liii Beg at SW Cor of ; 64PG93 35 I 22 E. J. Procter

7x8x8' 6"6x8x8f 2.00 Ward City 8 7 20 Mra. L. A. Green 5.n NWtofSW&run Lots 8. 9. 10 11 & I.U
Lots 5. 6. 7, 8 of E along Vi Sec 12 in Indian
Blk 13 In Ward line 560 ft for I Beach
City 8 1 20 I H. C. Douglas 6,8S POB. N 200 ft.. Lot 2 in Indian .' N. Blow JitSS
6" 1.70 Lots 3. 4 of Blk 15 E 50ft. S 200 ft. Beach Unit 2
Robert 3.
-- 8 to Vi Sec line W Gavin 48.30
In Ward City 7 20 Guy Harrell 7.63 Lots 1,2 & 4 of V .
Lots 5, 6. 7. 8 of along Vi Sec line Indian Beach Unit
Blk 20 in Ward 50 ft. to POB 2:!: 6 2! George Griffin 8.671 3 T *
8 Beg at NW Cor of N. Blow SI.4I
City T 20 J. W. Thomas 5.54 One Lot DESC InDB75PG353
SEJ,.& of SEIt! 9 7 20 40 Evelyn F. Thomas Z.3S W* of SWV, run _,.', .
S' of SW3 ot r\W;. E 250 ft for < : in Indian Peach! -,
& SWIt of SW'4 15 7 20 16lL IL lfott 2,74 FOB N 190 ft. Unit 3 1 I 22 .
NEofSEEXS W 50 ft.. S 100 1 2 AInNE Cor of Henry V. McCrea 2L7S
Southern Wood Preserving Co. 6 A & E.'C 2 A In ft. E 50 ft. to Lot 4 of Indian

SW Cor of NE'4 I POB 22 C 2! W. &. Henderson 7.67 I Beach Unit 3 36 8.Z 12 M. V. Joiner
of SE" & SE5 ot Com at NW Cor of All Lot 3 E of RD '_ 7.53
SE'4 1& 1 20 'lZ H. H. Mott 8.91 SW of SWVi & '7 8) 12 9 22 > 20 B. J. Alderman
W4 of XE\t of runS2lOft.. E US
P. 0. Box 88 Baldwin' Fla.
XE'4 N-of St. 100 ft. for POB. I J.
Rd. 1& 7 26 1 J. W. Thomas 2.51 runSl0oft.E V Kelly
SW. of SW;. & 259 ft.. N 100 ft.. Tax Collector
all XW of W 259 ft. to POB 22 6 2! Ltnnie TysonEt Bradford County. Florida

I SW;. 17 7 20 80 Howard W. Walt 8.13 Al 16.22 .. SIS 4t'527PAGE



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I FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1955 .

Christian Church UTTYYYTYTYYTTTYYYYTYYT* Local CAP Units 'Buddies' May Stay j Early Heat Wave ,.back in 1899.Showers .

I Sunday brought a
r Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor To Together During Breaks RecordIn
VVII .. '_ -::- H LAWTEY\ break in the heat wave here and

Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes Test MissionTh Service In Army Jax Area also brought much-needed moisture

; CHURCHES for all ages. C. W. Colsor, 3upt. By Mrs. Joyce TFutehLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. to suffering farm crops ar.)
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Keystone Heights Squadron Young men who want to enlistin Fifty-six year old weather records gardens.

' worship, 7:30 p. In. Christian En-! will send three mobile receiver the Army and remain togethermay were broken here last week -
transmitter units to do so, it was announced by
deaver 6 p. m. The. WSCS of the Methoim par- when the. Jacksonville weather
J i Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Church met at the home of Mrs.P. ticipate in a statewide Civil Air SFC Robert E. Green, local recruiting bureau recorded 98 degrees on YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

Methodist Church Presbyterian Church [7:30 p. m. Wednesday. L. Dinkins Sr. Tuesday after- Patw, SARCAP Search and Rescue Sergeant, this week. brook purse-size fSfcntain pens in
1 Church located on W. Call and noon. After the business session, mission to be held at the With the receipt of a directive May 12. The previous high for I[pastel shades. Only $3.53 at Brad

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. MornIng Salt 3 p. m.Adult' Choir,Christian! streets. A friendly'welcome the ladies presented Grandmother Ocala Municipal airport Saturdayand from Third Army, Sgt. Green that date was 95 degrees way ford County Telegraph.
Sunday, May 21, 22. Capt. said that he can now enlist young
11 service practice. waits with lovely gifts. -
t Worship a. m.; everyone. Dinkins many "
Bert Christoffers, Lt. Roy Brown- men under the "Buddy Plan. This
broadcast over Station WDVH. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn- Womans Council 1st and 3rd This being her birthday anniver
ing, and Lt. Wm. Breese will operate will allow any two or more friends
Topic: '"Vitamins in Our Christian ing Worship 11 a. m., "Above the I Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Mrs.: W. L. sary. Those present were Mrs. each unit. who want to enlist together, to also GRADUATION SPECIAL
Experience." Recreation Time 6 Horace Cox of Jacksonville,
I Andrews, president.
Clouds. Youth Fellowship : serve together through all of
This Search and Rescue ission
p. m. Fellowship Supper for in- 1 I :A. H. Harley Sr., Mrs. George W.
termediates and Seniors-- 6:45 p. m., Frances Caldwell and Margaret 'Roberts Sr., Mrs. H. C. Kelly, Mrs.T. is carried out under supervisionof [.their initial processing and basic .-.... ,.,- '
m. Worship Service for MYF Rose Duncan, hostesses, St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. L. Wainwright, Mrs. Mae Wells, the Air Rescue Service and involves training. .-- ,

groups, 7:15. Evening Service 8 Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. "The Raymond E. MacBlaln Mrs. Effie Miner, Miss Enza simulated search and rescue -i "A great many young men are I The (

p. m. Conservation and Training of Blanchard, and Mrs. Catherine : problems. hesitant about enlisting because -- .

Monday Cub Pack meeting Paul" Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Teare. These problems are most important they don't want to leave their life-\\ (

in recreation ball, 7:30 p. m. I I Tues., 8 p. m.Women of the Church will be as follows: Church Marvin Warren of Eglin Field, as Civil Air Patrol flies long friends," Sgt. Green said, Gift

i I i Church meet. Sunday: 9:45: a.m. and Mrs. Warren of Stuart spent over 60 percent of all rescue missions the Army has decided to let groups I
Tuesday-WSCS Prayer Group 11 a.m.-
I Wed... 7:30 p. m.Prayer Meet- School and Adult Class; the weekend with Mr. Warren's in this country each year of young men enlist together and
9:30 a. m. and Sermon; 6:30
ing and study of Job 15-20. Morning Prayer parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. War and in any emergency can put approximately remain together through basic She'll
Wednesday Children's Story p.m.-Y.P.S.L. This allows them tot : -
Mrs. Warren will graduate 7,500 light aircraft training.
Junior Choir ren.
Thur.. 3:30 m.- w
Hour 3:30: m. Bible Study and p. Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Litany
p. from West Palm Beach Junior into the air. serve together, widen their friendship -
A Prayer, 7:30! p. m. practice.Fri. and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir I together and keeps them to- EnjoyFor
., 7 m.- Men of the College in June. Not only do Senior members of|
a Thursday Youth Choir re p. Practice. Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., and the Squadron participate in these gether while they learn this new
hearsal 6:30 Chancel Choir Church picnic supper at Montgomery Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,
p. by In addition the
Center. Mrs.: Mae Wells, accompanied missions but cadets do also. way of living.
rehearsal. 7:30 m. Conference. 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m.
p. Barthlow, factor of
Ruth morale of having
their sister, Mrs. I Air Rescue officers follow the groups I II
of :Middleburg, were recent visitorsto I men who are old buddies tends to
of the
EVERGREEN I progress operation and
WOODJ.AWN St. Edward's Church Barthlow and to training.Sgt. .
Georgetown. Fred .grade all units in the following give general impetus
BAPTIST CIIURCII BAPTIST CHURCH son, Arthur, came for Mrs. Barth-I Green said that he has all
organization, search availability : \
plan -
10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- low on Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,the details on the "Buddy Plan" .
of aircraft, refueling, communications -| LifeLANE
6:15 BTU 6:45: I Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and 6:30p.
; preaching. : prayer ing 11 a. m. Training Union : and :Mrs. T. L. Casey Sr. of land and and that those interested are wel-
rescue, fly
service 7 o'clock song services, 8:30 a. m.Children's. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer [Auburndale spent the weekend ing safety. \I come to drop in at the Selective CEDAR CHESTS
each *
Catechism Class .
r 7:30 evening services. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ] with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey .Jr. Service Board every Tuesday

Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Ronald Kimbrell spent the weekend where he will explain all the de
Service Academy Only]
Keystone Heights in Jacksonville with Mr. and tails. STRIKINGLY MODERN

'(At St. William's Chapel) Hampton Christian Church Mrs. Clifford Johns. Exams Scheduled IN, BLQNDE WITH $ 95
(Follow Hiway 21 sfcuth to St.William's Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. Prevatt family attended -
The Leonard Old RefrigeratorsLeft
[For July 11thCongressman SELF-r IFTI G TRAY 14
Sign.) at Oak
Preaching 11 a. m. Evening- church Sunday a
42 Sunday Mass 8 a. in. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach- UnprotectedAre
Grove. .
Billy Matthews SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Easy Weekly] Payments
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. 8 Bible Harley I
ing p. m. Wednesday L. P. Rafuse and Dan Now Outlawed
announces $,hat the next competitive -
i Confessions before all Masses. Study Hour 8 p. m. Willard M. were fishing in Oklawaha. River
Civil Service examination for -
Jones, Pastor. Saturday. I Legislative action was finished 18th CenturyMahoganyChest
designation to the service acade- i
Church of God Mr. and :Mrs. Lawton Conner ,Monday on a bill to make it a
mies will be given on Monday, July
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH :Mrs. Volley Red- 'crime to unused
of Starke visited 11. This examination is designed permit an refrigerator -
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning LAWTEY, FLA. dish on Sunday. %, to help the Congressman select with air-tight doors to

Worship 11 a.ro. Sunday Eve- Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. the young men from the Eighth be unprotected where children Drawer In Base

ning Service 7:45 p.m.. Y.P.E. ing 11 a. In. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek Ernest Raulerson were Mr. and District who will receive his 1956 might come in contact with it. Simulated Drawers

Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and service Wednesday 7:3.9 p. m. Mrs. Harold Wilkins and Mrs. C. appointments and nominations to The bill had been previously Above

Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. A. E. Massey, pastor. B. Cannon of Jacksonville, and West Point, Annapolis and the Air passed by the House and now goes

1 "It wouldn't be heaven without lawtey Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of'Force to. Gov. Collins to be signed into
Academy. Any young man
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Marietta. d. Only $69.95
those delicious meals from the who is a legal resident of the law.This
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving LATTER DAY SAINTS :Mesdames L. C. Milliard, Steve act carries a penalty of a||
District of
Guidon Grill:r'Heaven Eighth Congressional
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.HIWAY Services each Sunday in old Starling Sr., Steve Starling Jr., Florida and who will not have $100 fine or not more than 10

can wait' Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- F. B. Wainwright, and :Miss Judy reached his 22nd birthday before days in jail for each day of viola-

CHAPELAssembly day School 10 a. m. Sacrament .Wainwright attended a stork tion. It also defines a containerin
our ,diners say 1 July 1 of next year is eligible to
( of God) Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel- shower for :Mrs. Don Kite in Jacksonville violation of the law as one
compete and will be given full
Good food is Harold E. Bullock Pastor of Mrs. R.
come. at the consideration for with air-tight doors which when
an appointment.The
beaten on earth, today. D. Suber last Friday evening. Mrs. I closed cannot be opened from the
Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Civil Service examination is
CHURCH OF CHRISTC. Starling Sr. remained with Mrs. inside, and having an interior
Hour 11. Evangelistic Hour the same for all three service
I. L. Overrurf Jr. Minister Suber for a visit. storage capacity of more than one
7:45. Gospel Fellowship Hour, academies and wil be given at a
GUIDON GRILL Wednesday 7:45 p. m. with PastOr Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. We are sorry to report that place convenient to the candidate, and one-half cubic feet of clear
Wilkerson is a patient in
| W. M. Hoard of Gainesville Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Walter either at a city near his home or space.

I i in charge of the service. worship- 7:30 p.- m. Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville.Mrs. school or armed forces station, .
George Kopelousos, Owner Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p. : Wilkerson, Mrs. Arthur if he happens to be in the service. Aid For Totally

f BROOKERBAPTIST m. Pearce, Mrs. Dan Starling and Matthews states that the July examination -
Starke Fla. visit him Disabled Indigents
CHURCH Radio program "Old Paths"each Mrs. Edwin Starling is given primarily for

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Sunday 9 a. m. Station frequently.Mr. those who were unable to take the Clears LegislatureGov. '
I WDVH. and Mrs? Edgar Wilkinsonand The Amazing
Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. examination last January, but he
family, :Miss Catherine Mc- said he would be happy to let Leroy Collins has signed
Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer any
Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.Rev.C. AIRPARK :MISSIONARY David, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall ice one take this examination whether into law a bill appropriating 1id( low-cost answer to Udtih

B. Stallings, pastor.PENTECOSTAL BAPTIST CHURCH Mott of Brooker, and A. C. pe they had been previously-examined $2,374,249 from the general reve- .-

Sunday School 9:45: : a. m. Morn- spent Saturday fishing at Winkt- or not. Young men who might be nue fund to aid the..totally disabled Garbage Problem

HOLINESS' ing Worship 11 a. m. Training pen near Bronson.Mr. interested in a service academy indigents of Florida. The pro

CHURCH Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Service : and Mrs. A. J. Oaks, of appointment next year were requested gram will be started July 1.

730; p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Birmingham, Ala. were recent by Congressman Matthewsto The 1953 Legislature set up a
Sunday Scnooi 10 ajn.
Morning Service 11 a.m. nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. 0. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ar- write to him at 1320 New House program for the totally disabled,

I Collins Jr., Pastor. Wood. Office Building, Washington 25, but it was tied to the dog track
Service 7:30 I
p.m. Mr. and :Mrs. R. W. MoselySr.spent D. C. tax: increase bill that was declared I I I II
Prayer Meetings WednesOa} the weekend with Mr. and
night 7:45 p.m. Saturday night fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIBAYLESS !Mrs. Jack Reynolds in Jackson- unconstitutional by the -;: Nothing to Wear Out
Supreme CourJ. Consequently -
Four DriversPenalized
No Maintenance
HMAY\ the program was never acti-
IIEILBRONN ville.Mrs.. Joyce Futch and son Ralph HereFour vated. No Fumes or Odor
BAPTIST CHURCH of :Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Install
were .4 : Simple to
I _
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- By Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wyrick and Miss Mary Julia Futchin men who served as jurors ,...y,,....y..........., -. So Simple to Use!
ing 11 ajn. Training Union 6:30 Tallahassee last weekend. While within the past few weeks were --.
p.m. Preaohlng 7:30 pja. Prayer there they attended the opera i among the venire of 24 Bradford
about this questionI Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutchinson "Aida" in which Miss Futch hada I County citizens summoned this PINE LEVELby

REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. Aaron Hutchinson, and Miss part. [week to serve as petit jurors at

I Lome Heberling, all of Gainesville,I We are glad to welcome O. J. County Judge T. A. Yawn's court, Mrs. H. M. MclaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
got a fine outboard motor SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST were supper guests of Mr. and! extended
Phillips home after an starting Monday, May 23, at 9:30a. : .
CHURCH Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson last Vincent's Hospital m. at the courthouse.
for Christmas With rod stay in St. I
my I Services each Sabbath in the Saturday night. Jacksonville. Raymond L. Stone was a jurorin I Mrs. Viola Chesshire of Palatkais ,J

t and reel, tackle guns, and Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Reddish and Bob Adkins of Chiefland spent the. Federal District Court at ; spending a few days here with BUILDER IJPPIE9

Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching! Mrs. Hazel Perdue and children, Saturday night with the Winton Jacksonville recently, Warren W. 'her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.

I other sports equipment, it every week by R. L. Mathews, pas all of Raiford, were Sunday dinner Parrish family. On Sunday he, Winkler, served on the Bradford and :Mrs. Robert Starling. '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Red- and Mr. and last Sunday visitors of E. M. Lewis,
tor. Bible Study each Thursday I with the Parrishes County grand jury week, andJ. -
adds up to a sizeable invest motored to who is seriously ill at St. Vincent's -
7:20 p. m. A friendly welcome dish.Mr. Mrs. Brad Norton, D. Doyle and John D. Andersonwere ,
and Mrs. John Kelly of dinner Hospital in Jacksonville, were Mrs.E. .
ment. Would insurance to awaits everyone. !i Jacksonville and were Sunday on the circuit court petit,
Johnstown visited Mr. and Mrs.C guests of Mr. and Mrs. John jury, also last week. I M. Lewis and daughter, Mrs. I

protect it all] from loss, theft, C. Crosby last Sunday.Mr. I!I Wilkerson and family. Little Gary |I Others summoned for jury duty Agnes Larrimore, and E. C. Lewis

i PEST CONTROL and Mrs. Jack Smith and I Parrish came home with them are: G. A. Gay, Frank F. Thomas, and son, Mead. I ---

or damage, cost only about Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and..I.after a visit with his uncle. Lester Kite, W. H. Hall, Frank L. Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson, 111- :: I

TERMITESALL family of Jacksonville visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Tomlinson, Carl Jones, J. R. Cha- ,of Jacksonville visited the H. M.

$10 and Mrs. C. C. Crosby last week., and family were recent guests at steen Jr., A. Z.Padgett, E. L. I McRaes Saturday afternoon. I

TirES OF Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fugua, the home of Mrs. A. H. HarleySr. Kelly, C. Albert Griffis, Lester!I Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton _

Household Commercial Mrs. Betty June Stefanelli and .,. Sumter and Dean Harley.Mr. Slade, I. W. Dyal, Vernon J. Slade, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. r- L _

GROVE SPRAYING daughter, Linda June, were sight- and Mrs. Joe Raulersonwere C. L. Atkinson, Claude L. May, Lucian Conner at the State Farm : -- .,
Charley Johns Call for estimate !seeing in St. Augustine last Sun- Saturday night dinner guests Andrew J. Wilkinson, Russell A. Saturday night. '

!day. of the L. P. Rafuse family Eberle, Donald E. Hill, Lloyd J. I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis recently ; -<,

Florida Pest Control I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby Jesse Smith entered the Vet- Green, Brady C. Collins.A visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C. :

& Son Agency & Chemical Co. of Maxville, visited his parents, erans Hospital Lake City, last way to avoid a repetition of;Mott and Mrs. Ophelia Moore at ______

2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 60S5: the C. C. Crosbys, last Friday.Mr. Wednesday. On Sunday afternoon this situation, wherein jurors are, Brooker. I ,.
and Mrs. Lois Newman and A. Q., :Mr. asked to serve twice within a mat-I _
Phone 13 Starke, Fla.TVTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT] Gainesville, Fla.ALVAREZ' Mrs. Smith and son
i, family, Mrs. Beulah Kelly Miss and Mrs. R. L. Smith and family, ter of weeks, was suggested by an YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

Pansy Crosby, and Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. W. observer who said that in the future brook purse-size fountain pens In

Marcus Conner attended the Oak M. Smith and son of Starke, Mrs. the panel of jurors might be pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford

Clothing II Grove Homecoming last Sunday.Mr. Joyce Futch and son Ralph, visited I split into two groups, one for County Telegraph.

1'1 SlOB.Men's 111,11, and Mrs. Harold Crews and with him there. We are sorry to the circuit court, and one fr the / -- .- ,

1894Thafa I Nancy Lynn were supper guests of report that he wasn't getting county judge's court. -. .- .- -. - -- ,--- .-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman of

Gainesville last Friday night. along so well. ,
JacKsonvile -
Mrs. Kitty Miranda or k
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie had
Crosby home of Mr.
Our BusinessIf is visiting at the -

LjS S/7 dinner with her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.Mr. ME: iOB 'Fix-it. ; -

It's Glass We Have It! Mrs. M. Elixson, in Lake Butler and Mrs. Willard Evans of __ o. : -

CALL WRITE or VISIT last Sunday.Mrs. Orlando visited at the home of j -
Edith Hutchinson and !
:Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bowen last I
: daughter, Linda, Mrs. Carolyn .I'
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR weekend.The
Fagua and Mr. and Mrs. Parham Brotherhood of the First 1 f ,. ; ,_ _

ANY GLASS NEED were shopping in Gainesville Mon- Baptist Church, met at the.churchon 0 ,

day.Misses Thursday night. Guests were LOCAL OR LONGDISTANCE .44I.. ;' '.
We Design Modern Store Fronts J and .N, '"'M' .Y.-. ,. U '
Beverly Rev. Crosby Keystone "
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Alyce Crosby attended the Grand Sinclair Bryant of of the State C I N x .".5'..y..."".,""h'j..Jr' IOJ 1 Iv. ,.--. .... d,. N .

Table] TODS Ole Opry in Jacksonville last Fri- Farm.

'1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4333 day and spent the night with Mr. The ninth"grade, presented their SAFES ,
and :Mrs. E. T. Kirby.
annual play at the school last 3
The crops are. looking fine after DEPENDABLE

,. .- _...- .... .,.- .,- -. -.. -';" the much-needed rain. Friday The Sixth evening.Grade ofthe Lawtey S ECONOMICAL "Where does Mother's time go? She's
Church services same time as
School won the contest which
CHURCHSTARKE usuaL Youth meeting 'every Sat- cafeteria sponsored to increase always busy; seems to have less and less time
FIRST BAPTIST urday night at 8 o'clock. Everyone PHONE,311
in the lunch room. "
participation '
welcome. 4- for fun with me .
The ladies served the winners -

FLA.: coconut cake and ice cream. or 250-J

:- Heilbronn School R surrenderWJling'V Agents For GAIN PRECIOUS TIME FOR LIFE'S PRECIOUS THINGS: I

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Closing ExercisesSet DELCHER
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town For May 27 Plumbing your every plu. Ii lt

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 RICH !
Troy M. Wakefield, head of the ;

Department of Church and Community TOP SOILSee R. B. ALVAREZ !

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Service, General Extension -

Sunday School 9:45 A. .'- Training Union 6:43 P.M. Division, University of Florida -I II Transfer and FLORIDA BANK "t STARKE
will deliver the commencement ; I ,
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. address at the Heilbronn School,!

S Friday night, May 27, at 8 o'clock.L. BILL JACKSON 5. Court St. Starke, Fla. Member Florida National Group

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at H. Futch, principal, announces I Jackson Transfer Company 's:1:1:15:

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. that 14 eighth graders will receive -,I Phone 165 PHONE 414-J Perryman Bldg. : :

certificates at the closing' i ..

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Dog Track Tax Would' Bring CAPTAIN 1 New Ground Unit i Sheriff's Office

SPORTS I\Of Marine Reserve I ITo !Collects $1,264 I

Some $$18,000 More 0 Hospital Fund ,I Be Organized I i During AprilFines : Bagrgett, born the

Jacksonville has been selectedas and forfeitures collectedby the form

Bradford County stands to gain 'the hospital, and in recent years the site for a Marine Reserve:
Tornadoes Take Ocala the sheriff's office during :
517,000 to $18.000 annually from the revenue. has been greatly in 13-6 As Lights : Ground unit soon to be activated i April totaling 1264.70 were turn

the new t ax placed on dog tracksat excess of $80,000. there. Plans for organizing the,ed over recently to Clerk Charles Hurd of

the current legislative session. This year, for example the i Second Amphibian Tractor Company A. Darby to add to the Fines and I the birth
Go On And Off fin
This estimate was made by Rep. total received so far from racing 4-Hour Game USMCR, are currently being Forfeitures Fund of the Board of born May

Doyle E. Conner during a week- revenue has been $118.000, and headed by Captain James P. Con- County Commissioners. Duringthe .

end visit Tat his home here. other payments are still to come. i I < I,nelly II, a regular Marine officer
A few'minutes before midnight throw was wild at allow-I' __ .:; I who has previous month of March the
second been
the named inspector-
This sum will go to the Brad-: Several years ago legislature amount collected was 173710.
added tax the Tuesday night Hollis Hancock ing McGee to score and Akridge ': ",'"I instructor'for the new unitActual
passed an on dog > 1
ford Corp., as by statuteall Clerk said that
the collections -
Hospital I I Darby
substitute leftfielder for the Ocala
racing tracks but the constitu- to' go to third. Rivers doubled j)i i \i itt' date for the activation U.
monies received from this j[ are running at about the
Wildcats fanned to end wierd
tionality of the action was attacked a ,down the right-field line to score': \ :i;: I of the company will be announced I
1 rate.
source in excess of $80,000 (which the monies impounded, and four hours of baseball and waiting Akridge and Kopelousos. Martin'' ; upon the naming of a average

i3 divided evenly between the finally the Supreme Court ruled giving Bradford High's ninea replaced Hugli on the mound for I -:: Scf1. I ing officer by command-I i Fines collected by Sheriff P. D. ; WITH A

School Board and the Board of against the legality of the tax 13-6 victory. A power failure Ocala. Reddish hit another'! y'r Marine Corps. It is anticipated Reddish's office defray the entire OX

County Commissioners) goes to measure. delayed the start of the game 20 i! grounder to third, which was bob-I I It. I that a Jacksonville man will be 1,cost of the county law enforcement ."
nilnut s. Ocala then scored three bled long enough for Reddish toj: t. placed in command of the 15,0 i I.nit.! Judge's salary and ex- I

runs in the first inning:, but the reach first. and Rivers to reach V\\I citizen Marines who will be recruited -'jpenses i jail expenses and many -
TTTTY7YTTTTTTYY *TllftVYBROOKER / Refreshments of open-face sand II lights went out again for more third safely. I Other related items. I 'OIC&I
Elder singled for his to
k-- _.... I comprise the Tractor I Ii {
wiches potato chips and Cokes --
e than half an hour before the Tor- -
i second hit of the inning scoring I i i Company.
were served by the hostesses who nadoes could bat in the firstWhen DEWAYNE. ELDER, stellar shortstop -- -
i Rivers. Edgar Akridge singled, I\I Although applications for enlistment -
I were Mrs. Carolyn' Dyal, Mrs. I the lights came .back Son scoring Reddish On the throw- and leading hitter for the are not presently being WINKLER
Estelle Tillman Mrs. Jean tte BUS Tornadoesva elected cap-1! I
BHS went out in order in the $
By Polly Walt Jr.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAJUA. in. Akridge took second and.Elder. [accepted men desiring to enlist in
Mott, Mrs. Lourie Edwards, Mrs. t.in! of the 195.1 squad his
first, as did the Wildcats in the third. Rushton singled alsofor I this new leatherneck ground unit
Pearl' Mrs. Zulene Har- .fe.nnmalts last *k.
Markey second.
[ his second hit of the inning clean- are encouraged to indicate their

rell and Mrs. Cora Stokes I I The Tornadoes came back in the ing the bases of Elder and Ak- intentions now. Prospective applicants -

:Jackie Dyal shower was honored at the Civic at a Little Janice Mott entertaineda :second when Rushton singled .to ridge/ Bloch went into pitch and HIGH SCORER | may leave their names at 7

miscellaneous group of her little friends on ,left and took second as the left- made Johns ground out short to (the Naval Reserve Training Center -

Center recently. The center was her 7th birthday Saturday after- fielder let the ball get away. Ed- first. 1453 Morse Street, Jacksonville -

beautifully decorated in glads and noon, May 14. Games were enjoyed win Johns tripled into deep leftfield -I Il future training site of the

roses. Games were enjoyed by and then she opened many 1 scoring Rushton. McGee I The third inning thus gave the I {Second Amphibian Tractor Company -

the 65 present after which Miss lovely gifts. After this, Mrs. Dol-l,bounced to short, who tried to nab I Tornadoes nine runs on six hits.. or contact the local recruiter I

Dyal received many useful gifts. ly Harrell Mrs. Hazel Harrell and Johns at the plate, but the catcher The visitors came back with one I \when he visits Starke on Tuesdays !

her mother, Mrs. Mott, served dropped the balL 'Edward Akridge,in the fourth when Block singled I at the Selective Service office. 10

I I cake and ice reaifl. grounded to Curry at third, who [and was thrown out trying to steal i: I a.m. to 3 p.m. 1 I ZENITH 17"
''made nice to throw out his econd. Curry followed with a 1I
The W. E. Bighams spent the a play I Evanston T1811R
weekend with relatives in Georgia.Mr. man at first. McGee took third on 'triple and scored on an error. Taylor _
and'Mrs. Lloyd Wood and the play. Kopelousos walked and followed by grounding out second ., :Negro When Your TV Needs

Mrs. Bigham were in Jax on busi-I'Ion the next pitch worked a delayed to first. While the next bat- -f ;Supervisor Will Service Call 1G6

ness :Monday.Mr. double'steal which scored'McGee. ter, Gause, was at the plate, the ,
Receive Citation '" san p
The next two men struck out and lights again failed; and play was ,
and Mrs. Curtiss Chambersof 224 N. Temple Ave.
Jax were visiting the Evan grounded to short, in that order, suspended for 20'minutes.. When ; Supervisor of Bradford County i
the lights came back on, Rivers ---- [
Hodges family last weekend.Mr. to end the inning. Negro Schools Ozora Johnson will J
struck out Gause on one pitch. (
.and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and Ocala came back in the third to ''be awarded a citation for "out- -

daughter. Diane of Dukes, visited break the 3-3 tie when Haskins There was no more scoring until I standing service in the lielci of Ii
the bottom of the sixth when the
Townsend ik Sell *
Amanda Lewis and family Sunday.Mr. .[singled took second on an at- Tornadoes scored a single run education" at commencement exercises It t

: and Mrs. Walter Baxter of tempted pick-off which miss-fired of Edward Waters College: !

Birmingham, Ala. visited relativesand and scored on Sander's single to without a hit. in Jacksonville. The selection of' WITH A

friends in Brooker last week- Ocala in the seventh threatened I I Twenty athletes broke into the Supervisor Johnson was made by :|

left.The BHS third was made to briefly when Taylor singled but scoring in BUS inter-scholastic unanimous vote of the Board of Low Rates Good
end.We I followed competition this Seven Place
/ are happy to hear the Jean order for the home folks. Elder was caught stealing. year. Management and faculty of the
I i 4RI with another single and scored 20 points or better. Pointsare I !0 WORDS OR LESS ONE 60c
Endicott is recuperating from an opened with a double to left-cen- 1 college. '
operation.Mrs. I ter. Edgar Akridge bounced out Dosh doubled into deep left-center. scored on the basis of five The presentation will be rtldeI; I EACH

: Eva Crowel of Largo is .short; to first. Elder held second scoring Gause. Sanders flied out i. points for first place four for in Lee Auditorium, Jacksonville, DISCOUNT OF 15: PER CENT '

\. Hating your television! set repaired spending several days with daughter -but took third on a wild pitch. to centerfield. Lovell was hit bya .1..second place three for third place on Thursday, May 26 at 10:30
pitched ball but Hancock fan- two for-fourth place, and one for 25: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND \ \
by the experts at and family, the E. M. Lewises.We Rushton smashed a grass-cutter to I. a. m.
CIIAS. C. ShEPhERD won'ttake are happy to report that short, which he beat out for a hit, ned to end the game. fifth place in meets where four or
more schools MEMORHMS, CARDS OF T1L\.
compete. Points I Oc Per Line
a big "bite" out of your little John Lewis and Huey Crosbyare scoring Elder. Johns singled past Wallace Rivers went all the way,
and the and Rushton took vary slightly from this in dual nil To Revoke A Final Deere offlh'orce (COUNT 5 iORI
We lowest home from the. hospital shortstop, scattering ten hits well, and
pocketbook. charge
meets. In
relay events double the -
are both doing fine. second. As :McGee forced Johns at ightened down in the pinches. Two To: }I. Sift nufus A. Turlington
possible prices. Mrs. that the second, Rushton took third and the BHS 'number of points as in individual whose residence and address is IIQ.
Bigham reported double plays helped A. P. FURNISHED HorSE For RentMartin's ,
events Compan-, 20th Engr. Brigade automatic
are counted but it must be
Garden Club Bake sale turned out McGee reached first safely. Ed- cause. Hayden Haskins stood out O 217. care Postmaster, New York, Fruit Stand. (' ry rake.

fine and she thanks all who helpedto ward Akridge hit a grounder to at the plate and afield for the. remembered that relay points mustbe New York. notified that a FOR RE Furnished and unfurnished much anywhere
You are per
make it a success. third, but the third sacker threw visitors.* Rushton and Johns each split up among the relay. team Rill of Complaint to revoke a Final I apartments. Also cottage.Excellen't part of the

wild at first. Rushton scored and had three hits for BHS. Elder members. Decree of Divorce and has been requiredto filed in.V.. H., desirable Nollman. location.201 W. Madibon. kinds
Bradford against you. you desiring
High's fin- .
--- McGee went to third on the play. had two. The visitors had an edgein serve a copy of your answer or tfch 4 days in
ished first in the East Florida Con- to the Bill of Complainton plant
4 Kopelousos hit another grounderto hits 10-9 but made eight errorsto pleading Plaintiffs attorney, R. E. FOR SALE-Two wheel % ton trailer .. now soy
the to end
the same spot and this time the four for the home team. ference Meet first in the P. K..Cowart, whose address is Madison, A-i condition. Also 1% on It. J,
Yonge Invitational Meet and first Florida and file the original an- truck. Cheap. A. Hartman 16 (Raiford
COLONIALFLORIST in Group II class A and State classA swer or Pleading Circuit In the office Court of In 52-J. 2tp /% 4tp 5/2T
the Clerk of the
BUS Scores 3-2 Photo-Finish\ Track Meets. They received.and for Bradford County, Florida to order;
on or before the 27th day of June' SARATOGA HEIGHTSOut seals,
trophies for all of the above four.
A.D.. 1955. If you fail to do so, County
They finished third in the Robert Decree Pro Confesso will be entered Beautiful Madison Ave. tf

p-. Over Lake City Moves Up To GroupDewayne E. Lee Relays and the Fletcher In- !' against in the you Bill for of the Complaint.The relief demanded .- 3 bed room tile floor fcoune with KEY-

(it ; vitational. They won a dual meet I Bradford County Telegraphis ('lrhIaClaj.aCn.. electric hot KET.
hereby desigpated as the newspaper water heater, kitchen exhaust .. "
from Lake City, dropped a dual in which said order shall be fan large lot pated atreet city 1'a
';. Elder, stellar short- bat, Sandlin seemed to hay! lost I:meet to Ocala, and took part in published once a week for four consecutive ntUitien. (100.00 down to \etrran -
: 1t. i weeks. $:::W.OO at doling. iToa ,
RCA Victor 17-Inch stop and leading hitter for the none of his effectiveness. ,McGee the Florida Relays. Witness my hand and official Veteran $:::>0.00 dona pafmeat. JH

Trent towed priced RCA (j) BHS Tornadoes delivered a time- dropped a single into sfcort right- I'I This year's Tornado track team. seal(OFFICIAL this 17 Seal day )of Charles May A.D.A. Darby 1955. 3 S750.0O bed room upon hardwood Honing. floor house '

Victor TV. Cabinet 30xnailer ly blow in the bottom of the final field. Edward Akridge dropped a gave BHS its first state championship Clerk Circuit Court I nlth circulating heater electric >e.4ar

than prior models. frame to soore Gus Kopelousosfrom bunt down in front of the mound' in any sport. Letter winnersin By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk hot water heater. kitchen ex- Friday
4t 6/10
5/20 hauit fan, large lot. paved street,
Ebony finish. Matching second with the winning run which Sandlin pounced on in timeto track will be announced next city tllltie*. $100.00 down par- tf
RoO round" stand to BHS 3-2 'week' and will meat to teteran. {:::>0.00 at closing
o* For All Occasions give a victory over throw out McGee at second.; be awarded at a ;. NOB Veteran 1250.00 down

wheek available, extra.- Lake City in a sub-group game Kopelousos. lined a single into special assembly if they arrive be- payment $1.200.00 at cUslaff.Theiie .

Mode! 17S450. DISH GARDENS I here last Friday night.It leftfield. Akridge hejd second. The I|''fore the end of .the school year houses are BOW open for
Inxpcctlon. Call 4. J. Thomas or
was a pitcher's duel from next batter fanned. Reddish drovea I I Following is the number of \\'. B. feewell, Heal Estate Broker

POTTED PLANTS the beginning with Lake City's smash at the Lake City short-,points scored by BHS track team *.
$159.95 (' 323 T.mple Ate. Telephone 333Starke
Bobby Sandlin starting off brilliantly stop who, unable to handle the.'members: Strickland 76; Hum- Florida
PO1'IERYFlowers I
in the first inning by strik- ball let it get through, and Ak.!phries 65 3-4; Clark 52; Ferguson. -

JViredAnywhere ig out the side. Sandlin's strikeout ridge scored with the tying run.! 49 1-4; Moore, 32 1-4; Martin, PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS and In
total for the evening was 13. Kopelousos moved to second. The'.''30 3-4; Locke. 20; Weldon 17; Cherry stallation.St. II.or B.P. O.Hamilton Box

Edwin Johns struck out ten of stage was now set for the blow(I Slade. 15 3-4; Woolen 14; Godwin, Starke. 4tp /

the Tigers. Both hurlers gave two which broke up the ball game and,'11 1-4; Hazen 10; Elder, 8; Stephens WATER FRONT LOTS \

walks. Capt. Dewayne Elder came 7; Mathews 6; Shaw, 5 3-4; Lake. Guy Andrews,

Nona St. StarkeANNOUNCEMENT I Lake City scored in the third through to sew it up. I Kirkland, 34; Harrel!, 3; Edwards Heights Phone 3636.Starke 383; I

Edwin Johns showed superb 2 1-20; and Lee 2.
"- -- when Wheeler, with one out, hita I
hard bouncer past short. Harvey clutch pitching and Bill Harrington -' l CAX You BELIE*'E-For O

.' '-. '':'':. ,;-.;. '.<. ;,- ;..-::. :.:. '-- .;:: ". ;.; <;<- ..; .;_: .::.., .".I walked and Morton singled used his speed to advantagein Ladies Council ,tHE MT. .LION, COUGAR, ran$i.oo hate down a and TEX 98e YEAR n "tek.GL'ARTEEI
\" ) Automatic Gas
the centerfield
covering area Circles
scoring Wheeler. Morton took sec- Meet MEXICAN LION PUMA AND Water Heater In your heme- guaranteed
ond on the throw-in and Harvey like a blanket. The Tornadoes ; RWTHER 13 ALL THE Initialled. <( I IIn went to third. Williams tappedan made only one error and came, Mrs. Margaret Blankenship was ).. CAME >>&IMAL.TIUMt'S tOB 121.>er. of) SLADE GAS CO. Pfc. Z3I I

easy grounder to Johns who through with plays that oounted hostess to members of Circle One I / 7w14sqaur&vw,4TiV three

; threw to Reddish at first; and as to stop several Tiger threats. The I'of the Ladies Council of the First .____oW' 6OlIT1I,-(Hcr- A.n" \ shade over for

Harvey attempted to score he Tornado defense made the difference -!Christian Church at"her home on Electric Motors lawn. For

was nabbed at the plate by Reddish's in that Sandlin's team mates,!|N. Church street Tuesday night Gifts For HER REWOUND -Mrs.J308 Lv M.to

response to numerous requests, throw to Rushton, endingthe faltered in their defense support I!'!Mrs. Louise Newbern presentedthe Gifts for HIM SERVICEDSmall AND Bessent 1 mile. Rd.

inning with a neat well executed making three errors, all at crucial I I program, which included a solo tfchg

and in order that we may better double play. The visitors points. ,by Alice Fay Newbern. The busi- "Perfect Graduation Gifts" Appliance Repair two bed
added another run in the fourth The victory over Lake City I''ness session was presided over by Studio & I New
the Tornadoes in the from Bullington Genera Machine Werk Road 100
serve our customers, we will remain when Phillips singled and advancedto moves up Mrs. Lester Kite, leader, and Mrs.i Gift Shop.A Small
second on an error and to thirdon group tournament and they met W. L. Andrews, council president, like rent.
outfield fly and scored ona Fletcher at Jacksonville Beach discussed West Jlore-
all accomplishments of the Portrait, Camera, Costume Ztchfr 5/20
1 open day Thursdays single by Long. yesterday afternoon (Thursday-) church. The hostess served refreshments Jewelry and All Work Guaranteed '
score not available at press time. many Reasonable Rates Kt and
The Tornadoes scored in the to ten members and useful items from we sell

BUT IN ALL FAIRNESS fifth when Rushton's pop up was Fletcher defeated Bishop Kenny three visitors. The next meetingwill more choose. Temple
which to tfchg
.21-2 last If successful
dropped for an error. Johns followed -, be'with Mrs. Kite.
with a single through the against Fletcher the Tornadoes RED SEAL Lake
Mrs. Havana Johns was hostessto Select a Hallmark Graduation ,
1 to our employees, we will close at hole between short and third. The I will meet the winner of the other I Ii members of Circle Three and Card "when you care 2 grounds garages., ,
bracket possibly Paxson or Ket- ELECTRIC & MACHINE house.
leftfielder had difficulty
fieldingthe i
the devotional
terlinus. was led .by Mrs. J. enough to send the very Rt. 1.
I noon on Saturdays. ball and the runners advancedto E. Sherwood. At the close of the best."' SHOPF. 2tp 5/0
third and second. The next two
presided over by Mrs. C. PIANO
batters fanned but Kopeollousos Rev. Geo. L. Norris W. Colson, leader, refreshments W. GRAUDON ._,' vicinity
EFFECTIVE SATURDAY MAY 21 shot down the third Ute model
drove a hot At Pine Level ChurchRev. were served. Owner, Manager sell at
base line which the third sacker d.wa ..a-
106 Washington: St-Phone 897 ...... Writ
fielded cleanly but threw wild at
George Lewis Norris, pas- Starke, Fla. Mmmmftr. p. ;
first. Rushton scored on the play I. The Clrralt ('..rt. Eighth Jadlelal S. FU_
tor of the Gideon Baptist Church CIrCuIt I. '.d Fur Bradford where U.
i and Johns went tb third. Harrington FOR SALE-Sew 8 x 8 x It Concrete
Cnmtr. State .f Florida,
Farm Home & Auto Supply walked to fill the bases but Fort Worth, Texas and presidentof IB rhaaeery.Iretta block, I8c Cement $ Itchg 5/28
I the World's Baptist Fellowship, Arlene Turlington. Plaintiff per bag. Mortar Mix 11.25
Sandlin made the next batter
pop Bradford
bag. Co.phone
vs. Rufus A. Turlington Engineering modern
will preach at the Pine Level Baptist Defendant.
94. Starke.
up to him for the third out. But at
S I Church Sunday night, May ... -,... .. --- new piano
Edgar Akridge singled for BHS t. --I 1.L I 11I CARPENTER WORK-Block work in Starke
Starke Motor Parts
in the sixth but his mates could 22.Rev. wiring. plumbing roofing. Biding.I Music.. Inc.,
I, W. E. Hall. pastor of the ; 0 spouting and cement work. Gainesville.
not score him. I DRAPES I C. A. Sorrell, c/o Bradford 2t 50I
"This is
church says: a rare opportunity Telegraph.! "

'.. . ' .. .|I When the Tornadoes came to to hear'this
: _.- :, : ; .. ',' I outstandingman I HARMONY and Gibson Guitars I FILL
of God and we hope you will terms at Dahmer! I
avail yourself of this opportunity." 1
VISIT CALL WRITE i The public Is cordially invited. I UPHOLSTERY highway old for sale.100. Four Q. T.miles Lyons.south) I Humus

I Beautiful Fabrics Driveways
No Action Taken Elegant Styling FOR SALE-Two bedroom i
Perfect Tailoring house large lot in good resIden- I
I : tial section Starke. Can be
On 301 I
MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC. \ for J1.50Q. $509' down easy terms.W.
i ic'i S. Graves. P. O. PoxM l. Palatka Starke
I A reply from Gov. Leroy Collins I CALL PEG at 2S9 ; Fla. Phone 5-1441. 2tp *>/3

,was received by the Board of I : '. 1: I FOR SALE-Lawn Mower $20. i
P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE For Advice Strobo.at Hardy Brothers
County Commissioners recently to I : : Stp / of Used t
a resolution by that body..requesting I and electric j'

218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE that a survey be started by I I SOLICIT or Repairs.Tour Carpenter Richard H.Work.Xew English. .I ;condition.. Itch? ,
the State Road Department on the II 21J N. Broad or Box i
and beef
widening of Highway 301 from Starke. Fla.
one I I Lawtey .
S9AA.OO end of the county to the other, FOR RENT-Four room turni Stp <,3
IIII h(vu"". SAl S: Watr St. ltchFOR .. I
$25,00 LOANS stating that the matter was being piano.

turned over to the SRD. RENT-Twa bedroom !, at

So far, there has been no new I ,"" : Chas. C. I !I Walnut house with St. See large George washroom at Itchsr You; .

construction authorized in Brad- Shepherd fhiirrh Island Apts.Sts. Apt. 2 Tenth Cheap.El Rancho ,

PHONE FR6.5333 COLLECT ford County by the State Road I I i 4J4-J. lIp

Department since the change in TV Radio Free Estimates I W.\XTED--Lots and <-nall 1 i.I Sedan
1- in or near Starke J Troy Lynn foul'
administration. .. Kt. :2!, I Good clean
C :., Box 214-A. Starke.:
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