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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 11, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Score Victories Here Tuesday .:






---- Reddish, Yawn, And Morgan Returned; t 1





I BIFORD COUNTY TELEGH Three Run-Offs For Second Primarynr.ut' ,_ i .:


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OI.UME -MCVKNTY-SKVKN: STAKKK. ILOKllU- KiilV.. M \\. II.i 1!I j6 :M :MIJKK: I OKTY-I 1\K Given the coveted stamp of re-election approval Ti"'I.\:; A. .

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P. Morgan, Superintendent o f Schools ; II. A.: bishop;: !, .) !.- .

Heavy Docket Andrews Loses COUNTY VOTE BY PRECINCTS Bradford Favors ('ounty Commissioner. Distric t :3 : Thornton John S.. I Im.: !

Board Member, District : an i J. L. Silcox. .Constai.l.! ] 1 I'"


For Spring Term To IncumbentIn -, .-.. Lowry; Collins trict Incumbents 1. thrown into runoffs [I I New River.The .

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;: Sheriffs ,
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: 1 ;: vveie: Carl Prevatt. County -4
: = : t -- closest among the bit 1 tiir.-. t r. .- '
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; 7 _- .. : I _:--r.. Wins% Over All Commissioner. District 1 ; M. 0
Race : even there incumbent I' !n I K.
Of Circuit CourtWith Congress : :
;; E a ;; _2 =. ::. Harrell. County Commissioner dish :o./It'rift In.. it>-utiisi
: ;,: z ;: e- ;z: was safe by a maigin! "
i I I i I i i I i I ,I I i i I 1.. i District 5: and J. E. Brown 593. The final count was Red-i -
Si ': -, a.: : i- x : i- Bradford County picked a loser School Board Member. District 2 2459
Bradtotd voters favored nativeson and 1866
one of the heaviest dockeis : i : for the challenge! -
iI in the for Governor The only incumbent to draw a.
voting
in recent years the spring Guy Andrews by a vote of I H. A. Lawson. Lawson earn.1 ;

t term of Circuit Court will convene : 2444 to 1511 for incumbent 'Congressman I., s. x\n: : Tuesday giving its nod of approval -!! First Primary knockout was FC. three precincts Graham. New

Matthews Griffis 21; "O H1 0Ii 2-4 29 6 23 968'Smathers ; to Snmter L. I here Monday, at which time I D. R. Billy) River and Brooker by on.'ul p .

trial dates will be set. i! tative from the !6th District Dis- | 250 1057 6H 0 150 100 35 135 65 2436raI" segregationist candidate, while!; District 1. Reddish also scored a one-vo', 45>

Clerk of the Court Chas. A trict-wise, however Andrews lost : 8TII I)1&T. incumbent Governor LeRoy Collins An estimated 4.250; voters wentto victory in Theressa, ;5-'j\

Darby said that informations had ] in Tuesday's voting for Represen-' Andrews 25 3 112'3 600 U 114 61 42 123 6 UU made political history by:: the polls in the county's eight Three county races were imdnnded -

been filed by State's Attorney 3560116209. :Matthews 298 543 323 2g 102 60 29 % 22 1511 scoring a first primary virtoiy ; precincts a hopping 81 percent Tuesday and will take the
; With 196 out of 205 I'' over five opponents. I of the 5.226: : Democrats on run-off
T E Duncan and a docket of 19cases percincts Sn", ('()n T-GR. I I route in the Second Pnmary. -
prepared. I repoited the tally by countieswas To the surprise of many political j: the registration books. In the :! May 29.
Douglas 329 1062 567 t2 120 50 52 It7 62 2t31 observers ex-Governor Fuller j \last "big year" election 4 tl952: |
Cases to be tried include a : Harold K. Norman
I O'Connt 123 322 210 19 56 22 13 39 25 829 Warren, who carried Bradford 3.SOO voters visited the poll scoie,] ;a
Andrews Matthews some i
manslaughter charge against I near-miss when he larked OftlIl
::0.11", ('Ol'UT-GP. 2 back in 1948. ran fouith in Tupsd'ly's -| about 80 cent of the 4.656'aho ] ) .
Alachua 2069 9538:: per I
Donald Franklin Slade of Hampton votes to give him a first primary
Baker 51S 1061 Hobson 16'3 603 36 25 f-6 45 26 71 40 1450 voting here, just as he did were registered at that time I
who is charged with negli-; I victory over his two running nnte.
gem careless and reckless driving -I 1 t'Bradford 2444 1511 Iarft't 14 HI 2-40 21 H 38 20 45 32 1058IOVEIMR 'I on a statewide basis. !i A new high of I,
:!: : : Farris Bryant the Ocala legislator wete marked in the North Starkepiecinct.
Columbia :
2043 2596
]
resulting in the death of I I' race. The Vote was: Norman i
Mrs Hattie Lee Holton of Lakeland 1 1 Dixie 411 1320 Bryant 110 526 271 13 it 60 26 69 24 1179Collin5 ; showed surprising strength 1 the county's largest 1916: earl Prevatt I iim-umben! i

in an automobile collision Gilchrist 409 7S3155S 169 336 169 11 34 :a 10 It 1i 794 i I to rate second place in Bradford. ]i where two shifts of poll worker?I 1411: and C. F. Cartel :>$" ]

here on April 6. Slada is also Hamilton 723 Lowry 269 58" 302 49 64 ::3 18 10'4 2g 1t52 i while Governor Collins scored 794 dii! not complete the count until j Norman easily carried eveiv! I
pi.-
charged with driving while in- Lafayette 375 837 Price 9 9 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 26 i votes here a marked increaseover 2 p in. Wednesday some 19 hours i I'nrt in the county except Lat
: : the 278 he tallied when pitted ] 7 Tues-
closed! at
1113 2234)Madison after polls pm.
toxicated. Levy Streets 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 tev. where Prevatt sco-ed da7zling
I: against Bradford's natison The slowness of completing j
1114 24SS
Witnesses in th<- Slade case Warren 95; 313 209 6 57; 11 18 3s 32 i85 :, candidate for Governor. Charley J 1 1I day. 403 to 143 for Nm-i! ,r. m,'
Nassau 9SS 2773 the count in this precinct brought I[ 130 for Carter.
include State Trooper Carlo M'JaT.lnT.n: : : I I E Johns. in 1954. Johns had :
Putnam 1059: 4022 ; on lenewed talk of the possibility ;
Musgrove, Dr. T G. Ritch. Otis i Suwannee 1929 249106S Gray 328 10"0 610 H 140 66 43 133. 68 2)12Hornsby ; vigorously opposed; Collins and'':'1: of installing voting machines or..( Another run-off will h, ".

\\' Fussell, Jerry Lawson Jimmy I I 285 us 326 1.6 11 36 6 11 20 23 737 i lauded Lowry on the stump daring dl"ltiingthp North Staike district quired to pick commi.v.i Inl-
Epps. J. R. Rullington, and City Taylor I from District 5. Incumt.nM
ATTOUXEY: GKXKKAL:: : the current campaign.
Union 729 967 .;: before another election. Judge T'ann
Policemen Riley Sweat, and E. F. i The vote for Governor ht'rt" O. Harrell racked up 1737COunt'ri&le : n. :m
2331
- Ervin 281 999 574 34 126 SO 42 132 63 Although incumbents in the:|
Miles. 21 13 34 24 820 Tut'sdawas: Bryant. 1179; Col offices all voting, to 1001 ', .;
16.209 35.601: Pruitt 123 366 1i1 20 36 "hithrpe";: courthouse j
Also docketed is a breakingand 1\ILRR\n (''mUl i lins. 794: Lowry. 1452: Price, 26; [ won bv comfortable margins, their ]I M. F. Wiggins:: and 971 tor Ru -

entering charge against 46 3.5 1153 : Streets. Warren: 785. victories by no means of ; sell! H. Green. Harrell was high
BHS ThincladsFail Blanton 1394'39 2it 27 i; 42 26 : were 1I I II I
_ Donald Lyons of Starke who L? I Ili"lUn' In statewide the basisof all j man in every piecinct except New
voting on and
1390 landslide variety
Boyd 199 591 361 1 59 45 22 53 36 j I the I
River where
_ charged with unlawful entranceto 1 To QualifyFor 1720 precincts out of 1779. the knew they had been in a fight Wiggins resides
a filling station owned by I| Third second primary< imest
count for Governor was Collins. !! before the final ballot was count-
Wilben Johns on April 20 State Meet Lawson 23 1-49 319 H 116 H 49 114 34 1866 i. will be for School Boaid membei,
416.412: Lowry 167.638: Bryant. i: ed. I
'I
State witnesses include: E. F Reddish 399 1001 566 a 121 7j 25 113 6:3: 2-159 District 2. Challenger W r
1W.581 Streets Yawn
107,244; Warren. : County Judge T. A.
Miles Tomlinson Bradford High participated in .1I'lIm: I I (Billy Powell
_ Shep Johnny COUNTY 11.264: Price. 2926. whose running mate was Lex was high manI
the group track meet at the Uni- O42 33 98: 22 1652 I in the three-cornered
Ray F.pps and Wilbert Johns Green 326 64 332 35; ; In other state races.; Bradford Green enjoyed the widest marginof contest With _

The State's Attorney listed the versity of Florida last Saturday for: Yawn 306 1092 G4: H 136 98 .u 125 79 2545SLIT. voters followed the trend of giving victory among the big three 1568 votes to 1286 for in, umbent
crime i the purpose of qualifying for the' : J E. Brown, and '
as a felony. 901] 1" Pan'
j I SCHOOLS incumbents heavy margins of The final count including absentee -I

A charge of assault with intent state meet this week. The Torna- Morgan 31016 120 5-42 42 16:: 77 2-4 124 59 2310 ; victory -- with one exception ballots was Yawn 2545: I Raymond.I _

to murder has been filed I does failed to qualify anyone, Roberts 216 753 36S ;:2 ST 4943 99 37 161191 Bradfordites favored Zach H Green 16.)2. a margin of 893 I Incumbent Count, (C, nitn.v
!
against Sam Brewton of Staike however.I3HS J Douglas by a three-to-one margin Yawn carried precinct in sioner H A. i Buddy\ i Btfhotft
below in track this ( 0. nm.-msT, 1 : every i
-- The information states that Brew- ,: but was is par to have a1 1 Carter 130 221 99 S 5-4 20 12 :U 15 593Notman ; oyer incumbent Stephen C. O'Con- the county but Lawtey. where scored a first primal vi-ii,

ton held a pistol on James Robin- >'ear hoping 143 902 412 34 SS 76 H 119 38 1916 i nell for Supreme Court Justice Green bested him b21) votes.In I Over his two opponents. The < unt
next '
son also of Starke. with "design !'onger squad year. Only 1411 Group 2. The vote was 2444 foi the School Superintendent was Bishop, 2100; Maurice Edwards -
39
38 9 45
two boys will be lost from this Prevatt 403 490 289 30 6S I
"
to kill beat, bruise, and ill treat. :< Douglas.! 829 for O'Connell race. which protably generated Jr., 1251; Jesse' Newsomt
Assault with intent to murder'u year's squad, with ten returning ('0. Cml.-lHST. 3 I 537.I .
I Douglas is well known here havng more behind-the-scenes heat than
lettermen being counted on for: Bishop 291 1029 483; 33 69 4S, 20 55 6. 2100
also charged against Clifford] I I Incumbent
I been a familiar courtroom I any other incumbent Harmon Thornton John
the backbone of the 1957 team. j ( 121 25 115 2i; :;2 12 U. : ; l',
Monltrie. N.?ro. as! t hI' resujV' afI! "ard" 1 4Q ; figure I in Bradford Counly for I Morgan scored 2310 t0 his opponent .I ,.artiered 1913otes to retain hi.-
I| The 1956 lettermen are: Kenneth' Newsome 238 H6 15 2-4' 12 13 25 15 537 I
a shooting In a Lawtey juke on 1 49 25: years. I Call Roberts' 1689. Mor-| place as School Board member

April 29. in which Ulysses King Elder (captain Irvan Covington, ('0. ('OI.-UlST. 5 For Bradford vote in otherraces i gan's victory margin was 621. and j District! 4. His opponent. W. si !Supt. II. '". Morgan
Burt
another Negro was injured. McCee.Van Prescott.Harold Jimmy Godwin Hobbs.Charles Green Ij9 415 185 6 5i 40 22 39 2S 971lIarr..U see table\ on this page. '! he rarriC'd'f'ry precinct but tinyPolitics i -SlbleV.., -scnteri-- -- -- -1ft'--?'_).

Fled Roark has been charged 219 700 400 40 101 43 11 14 43 1737 I Alex I.. Barnes, who lost the
Jerome Edwards. Bob
with the theft of $l0i from the Noegel H6 419 2'7 2749 37 -Ii 15 23 1004 title of Justice Power Plant
Wiggins of Peace, Dist. 1
Taccia. Freddie Stevens, and
B. T Thomas Lumber Co. on Baseball I Curbs ;
I 6 1955. The State's Attorney James Harrell.A SCHOOL Un.-lUsT 2 Group to F. C Hodges by a three-vote ,'Blows Its Top'In

May number of track team members Brown 147 525 296 2-4 66 :a 49 76 29 12S6 margin in 1952.; turned the tables

I will prosecute on a grand their atten- Powell 20-4 i33 36i 19 90 45 II 51) 43 1568 Tuesday to win over incumbent Election Heat
are now turning
larceny the prosecution charge. include Witnesses L. for II 1 tion to the remainder of spring Raymond 115 37; 2-42 ::040 39 11 48 19 901 TournamentHere Board SessionsBusiness i Hodges 1206 to 1149. I I I The Starke municipal power and

football practice. A few of these SnlOO,1. n.-HlsT,4 In his one and only campaign:
Outlaw. R B. Judd, Morris Hines light 'ompany signalled its comments
-A and Bruce Roark.A | boys will have a great deal to do Johns 289 77-4 418 33 158 59 20 101 55 1913 gave way to politic I speech Barnes said: "They say on election day Tuesday

charge of illegal possessionof ; with the success of the Tornatloes '. Siblt'Y 185 691 422 37 60 73 H 82 35 1632J. May 17-19 at election-eve meetings of the there isn't anything:: to this justice it blew its top!
next fall. Therefore of peace job.: but I notice when !;
they are an-
moonshine liquor will be 1 1'-IUST 1 Board of County Commissionersand '! Operator C. V. Inglenght said
to in the remain- a fellow gets in there he /
brought against Herbert Prescott xioug participate Barnes 1W 656 351 33 1W6 Last Friday on the Starke the School Board in the courthouse alway. the silencers on the power generat-
I week of and also wants to stay. Now I'd like tget .,
I of f Starke, who is already serving ing practice a Hodges 249 589 2'S!:! 23' 1149 field, DuPont'-s big righthander | here Monday. Like everyone I>, ing engines of the old plant become -
I
chance to in the intra- I elected one time to
I a six-months jail term for a prevIOUS play spring ('O"sT.LtHIST.: : 1 I Bobby Erwin sent the Tornadoes else the board members had theie just seewhat 1'| filled with oil. When the
19. is to it that makes
conviction in 1955. Prescott squad games on Saturday. May SI\'OX 33-4 1138 638 50 2160 down to defeat 6-3. Randall politics on their minds and sev- 'em temperature of the stack ir. high
want
to !stay in after
_ is also under federal probation I Thoma-, 30-4 523 249 26 1102 i Davis started on the hill for the eral members of both groups get there." Tuesday's'ott' they will enough, this oil will explode

1 (Continued On Page 101> \Big locals but gave way in the 5th1 I were anxious to get out and beit give him that .| Ingleright said the worn condition -
opportunity next
1 for a conviction in Federal Court Eggs- -- Red Cross Disaster TeachersAre inning to Curtis Mcpee, who finished -'. the bushes in a last-minute bid January.In I 1' of the engines causes the oil!
for votes into the silencers.
the Erwin haJ seepage
up game
Big Smile Fund Exhausted ; a home run with two men on i! After coming to order and another minor race that developed A resident near the plant called
Reappointed inteiest as it progressed I
Talent Show Needed | which was the big blow for the ,. approving the monthly bills, th- I the fire department when she
More Help { 'I incumbent J. L. Silcox scored a
The Bradford Councy School winners, to sew up the game 1|! School Board called it a day and 2-1 heard the explosion and saw the
victory over D. B. (Dick
''1
American Red Cross disaster re- I I: Board has approved the reap- Edwin Johns had a long triple'for adjourned. Thomas smoke pouring from the tfackillowever.
Lawtey marshal for the
Friday Night lie expenses in the current fiscal I i I pointment of the following teach-1 1 the losers. i The Commissioneis stayed in title of Constable Dist. 1 The I the fire department

year have now reached nearly $30.- j'I I ers in the county who are not on Glen Reddish is playing fine defensive session long enough to: count was Silcox. 2160; Thomas 'jlound the situation to be under

000.000. and the agency's disaster I continuing contracts (after teaching I ball\ at shortstop for BHS Approve purchase of a $3.316 1102.\ Silcox: is control.
becoming knownin
A BBS stadium will be the center emergency funds have been "com threeyears., a teacher is OP i as are the outfielders made up of low-hoy trailer for county use. political ci-vles as "the "The explosions occur s" often '

- 01 attraction for amateur enter- pletely wiped out." according to I continuing contract and is automatically Billy Harrington Curtis McGee The State Highway Patrol had map I' said Ingleright, "that we have .1

'amers from throughout the roun- Ellsworth Bunker. National Red reappointed \ : I i Bill Alderman and Joe Harden. I prohibited the use of the old who never makes a speech at hose handy to cool off the stark

_ v tonight ( Friday) as the annual I afternoon rallies but alwa\s collies ,nt "ii'
Cross pi esidt nt. Saike: Elementary P. Tolin. Tuesday the Tornadoes tiailer on any highway: becauseof and the sllencet before any dani.SP -
Ijons Club Talent Show unfolds :\ Dolores Me- beat Ocala 3-2 in an extra- top." ,
-ii- "Since last July 1." Bunker reported > principal: its being overloaded. Trade-in ; < an be done

- before an admiring public "we have been expending Knight. Muriel C. Gay, Minnie inning contest. BHS scored one allowance for the Old trailer was

Receipts from the show are of approximately:i Lieu Pa tray. Geneve O. Franks run in the 3rd. one in the 4th $525.= After a down payment of

used by the Lions In their con- an average to assist families! Betty H. May. Margaret W and then Ocala tied it up with $200.' the balance would he $2.591.1
$100.000 a day
t.nuing program for the purchase 'ndnaIl businessmen stricken by i iuh Pc.t"Hl'nry J. Waters. J. B. two in the 5th. to be paid in either 24 or 30, a -

ot glasses for underprivileged disasters as hurricanes. Dick. Jonnie Sue Urquhart Edwin Johns started on the monthly payments. | ? f -

So fool children, and the support Ernestine Register. Lucile E mound for BItS and was pitrhing-
"
Authorized .
that :
'mods and tOI nadoes. $250 te gwerto )
> 'ne public is invited. i' Brown Laurie I. Mullins, Lonnie great ball until he walked two the Bradford County 1 Water
Mrs Dave Paulk chairman and At .rding to Carl Roberts Brad- support
,
Moench. and Ernestine: McRae. and gave up a hit to load the Summer
fund chairman the Program. Such a pro- 't_ $
master of ceiemonies for this Imi County e _
1 Bradford High :School; reappointments bases in the 5th. Randall Davis
/giam is good advertising for the
veai .. event, said that some exIlen MM ,ti! chapter is making an all-out : Paul C. Hutchins I took over at that point and
the
'.> < talent has been rounded fl"I t to reach the goal of 3060.' :McKay C. Thompson. :Mona A walked a run in. Ocala scored county soned. and can Commissioners be authorized iii-under Pipes

'I=i mr tonight's production with having collected $1.918 86 to date. ;! Canova..Av a I.. Edwards. Barbara another one on an error to tie the heading of advertising, (

ell ies from most white and All business firms and individu-1 Bunch. Ralph E. Knight. ShepardM it up. Davis then closed the door according to an opinion of the1 I

uored schools in the county She i. >n the county will be contacted; Faber. Thomas C. Casey Jane for the rest of the way to receive Attorney General the board said Connect k'i :

v"u: :hat: prize winners! in pie\- .Mthm the near future in an ef- Trawick Geraldine DuMars credit for the victory.In The Board _
stipulated that a report -
u> .11\\\s will take part on 1 lit make the deficit. Red -i
!I. to up :Margaret Phillips. Lennard Register the bottom of the Sth. from the Summer Programstating

a> mi as guests, but not .>- \t. F.. 'onw. oIWt,. ; "ins,, annual membership is $1. Winton E. Criswell. and Joe Reddish walked stole !second butdidn't the use to which the PlantWith

'n'es' ants in order to give lit''' 1II11" I ,. '111" II. I' I 1- \m have not joined the 1edwon't E Wood.L stop till he got to 3rd. a.
money was put must be
'lent. :a tetter chance to win 1:' ,. "' ", .-,, ,,,4gd :,' rsos-! you do it today" II. Futch. reappointed principal it was a wide throw to 2nd by the before the end of the Boards giv.-p

I A -tsli prize Of $:!;) will be giver ," t.. 1" of the Heilbronn Elementary catcher which went into center- fiscal

j 'I,' best act. with other t. .:' .' .. t 1'1.. Co. School. field. Kopelousos fouled off the year.
Motor Parts In other
> I-. "f 55 and $10 for out- 'l't'it..,.: : I '., ,,' : :. ,. I : I' :, : '.! John II. Burr.. Jr. reappointed next pitch on a squeeze play at- action the Board refused _
_
a
request by Charles Klei- _
-
'II artists a p.uni! jn mcipal of Brooker Jr. HighGwnith tempt. Reddish going back to:
install .
Home to a culvert at his
i.i-kets available from In New plan
are anv Terry was also reap- third On the next pitch the _
on 301.A
< ''e' of the Lions Club or Pure Oil Station pointed to Brooker. : catcher tried to pick Reddish off Highway Cooling

1 bo pur!. lused at the pate S''n! ; .- Mo-.i-i. Piihas! moved I.awtev Jr. High School appointments 3rd. but made a had peg. which duplirate tax: certifn ate wa'

4"n' L"1 ,-ents for adult* .. on \Washmg.n from the shortstopwho issued to Mis. Pearl Blonnt tr
Hands ,:" I IN: r.o'bI1l1.h1" include: :Mary E pot away
1'' ''nt- !'r fhiMren. Changes !location replace one issued by the la*
its former the hag. Red- Tower
; .n m>m F-uilkner. Bertha M. Estes and was covering

The 1'ur'; Oil l"o Ins i :u-tu
Fire Damages '.lit- 1"'.Ihln (Hi S W.i'.nut: st Temple Ave.'L. C. Hmson Jr. Fin Sullivan. Mattie X Ellis scampered home with the winnjig May 29. 1954 Mrs Blount said:

from W S I 11.,101 andil: opeiatr manager of the company said and Janie H Xoe were reappoint- tally. the original certificate: was lost I-
Catholic
Church it ;i' a \ ...mp.tnI'Llt lun I in. the tint it will be several weeks however .'p.i to the Hampton Elementary This Thursday BBS played an or misplaced.

Interior Fixtures fuTuie The l )iii ).tfl,' h t.. an- before a formal opening in School elimination game in the group -- -

I nwir.i-eii the appointment of D.ir the new location is held The Mellnp.ease Taylor was reap- tournament on the home field a- Dr. L. H. JenningsTo

F'nbelieved to have been Priest ,t> manage .itui Harold! public will be invited to inspectthe Tainted to the Hampton Training 3:30..Seoi e was not known at Reopen Office Workmen! are pictured aJwm in th- final ..ta.ie .if installing wat4-r

luseti bv a shortest electric heat- D.ivis .''''''lst.1n: manager new home at that time. Si hoot l press time If the Tornadoeswon pipes that will connect the ti\e generators punhaswi by the city

!lhl extensive damage in St.Rdat.lsi Starke :Motor Parts was established the game they will play Di L H Jennings who ha? from New Bern. .V ('.. to thr recently completed cooling toner. Four

I Catholic Church Wed- High School PTA in tarke two years ago Student CouncilTom Fletcher in a sub-group tournament the 12-inch pipe uill connect the generators to the tower. C.o.: tta-s-
three
lesdav night of last week but and since that time ItS busuies! game: at 2 p.m. Friday. spent past years in din,
i p<"\\rr plant superintendent, said it is hoped to have one of theneI'
mrne.i itself out unknown tovone To Hear ProgramThe has: tripled. Hinson said. It supplies Long. who will be a senior Next Thursday. Friday, and medical service with the AI inn- in..talll'fl.npra.tor.
/ in operation this week making it possibleto
until Thursday morning.i ; parts to auto dealers and next year. was elected president aturdaj(May 1 -1Q-191, the plans to retuin to Sarke: on Ma\ discontinue
supplemental seniie from 1:1Wa.'tftin: said that tbfpresent
"image was estimated at sev- MUSK Department olj garages in Starke and a ladiu;, of the BHS Student Council for proup tournament ;I1e\ held in 2< and open his former offi. e

hundred dollars and included j BHS. including musicians from of 15 to 20 miles. the 1956-57 term in balloting held Starke. Fans will\ have the opportunity here at the corner of Call and electric load of th.dt)' is around 1,600 K\VH and that abouta

..siin the velvet altar curtain. j! the Glee Club and Rand. willpresent I The new building is asemiprefabricated during a school assembly last to see teams like Paxon. Bay Streets as an eye specialistDr fourth of the town ha been pulled by REA electricity since th'

n.. side of the altar rail, andS I a program at the meeting; structure of Friday! afternoon. Rolles.! Like City. Bishop Kenny Jennings served two year? old equipment at the plant was inadequate. Each of the generators II

.. Kneeiei and other furnishings.!,: I of the High School PTA next: steel and concrete block Other officers elected at thi Ketterlinus DuPont. Green Cove in Korea and is now at For purchased from New Bern i is capable of product from 800 to 9*> I

_ "'n.- --Hire hutch interior was | Tuesday night at 7 30 The meeting -, Sit feet wide and 60 feet deep tim wereN'anoy Bates. vice Pt": Joe. Fletiher and Starke in Dl:
; ,. >...jii --..4ket ir.U! onnkled wIth I w-.ll be held! :n thr MUSK 1 It !:..t.iP attractive! plate: ja: =- pie,;iiient and Pjt Hubbi se. re- :31 tinn The winner will gn: t' command of the eve ri: nus present requirements of :toUr!.... and the other units will be on standby i

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editorialComing Farmer's DiaryBy the final business meeting of Due At Florida t it i

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Sam McGarvey elected president of the Keystone "Bi'tle Stations'the: story of {

Heights Woman's Club for the ,a, ,tll. raft i a:net crew that re- Mother On
One Centennial
Up --
,', i ILFI to vet wnate air li'56-37!' season. Other officers f.,->cil t.. quit af'.f: the! :: ship hadteen )
elected! were; Mrs. Gay Laving.son. hit. puif, it* me Kloi.daTl.ea.ie : :
>- bin !!
!uz iiu oncepatches: no
:\ i it ij.r t-u-iit i is: shaping up for :Starkfor Mothers
Sunday
..n .iinl! ,!lied timing all the dir vice pre ;dent: Mis J. R Day \
MI KilldiMliiM- the lad that come 11)37!); our citydill :.,.;-her The imgation helped! Cook. recording secretary; Mrs.H. Action in the film centers on the
\ U- ONE HUXUIIEIEAUS(: OLD! J. Boatwright corresponding heroic efforts of the sh'p': .. company -
;"i step: ouis alive.Hiar }
And that calls for a suitable observance of the secretary; and Mrs. B R. Weld, *o keep the earner afloat t ,
I Hcasion: with a Centennial 'Celebration and numerous treasurer. :Mrs. Elbert Altmanwas after .it received several! direct hits "-.7;
that the SCS has some
special events. It is not a bit too soon totart elected to the board of directors from enemy bombs In the final -!J... .
Coastal Bermuda grass from its .. ..
making plans and preparations.The for a three-year term. months: of the war. \ .,
The -
FFA nursery plot. charge 't.
event offers to the city a wonderful opportunity and This was a most interesting: Stai.- of the film in< hi,io Ji>hn 'i.< 1
U 2-:> cents per bushel you
Pi ', : I', u< ii .1 line 1.und.11:1,1111: & ltllX. Koeie Biaa-
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i t > meeting. A of the !
trke. report
to attract thousands of visitors to S : dig it yourself See Bill Haas or years accomplishments -
ainoun'! <,' 1.1, ..11IIUI lite? If was given by each tile Huhtni l'-;!.. and I \\il.iaiu:
with a resulting benefit to the merchants and Leon Carter. for details.
tlusinessnwn. it keep up this Wd.\", it may not f committee (chairman and itva..- L.- ;-i-
be long before there will be gratifying to note how much had
Additionally properly staged and aggress- enough water and this county will Understand that X. G Hayes been done. VV. D. ThomasVins

promoted, the celebration can derive a lot of be in better shape than it has for has just had a big irrigation 53'Stern -
publicity worth thousands of dollars to the city. years. including a 10-inch well, installed The report or the chairman of Insurance Trip .
at his place Farmers tell the library was indicative of much {
There is no doubt that such affairs are benelicial '
us that irrigation pays for itselfin hard and constant work while the Mi and Mis t%'. D Thomas of t t'it
who farms out on
to municipalities that stage them. Everyyear. J. n White. +
just one favorable year of to- house committee chairman told of Starke attended Liberty National ;
the states counties 16, says he had a rough
throughout country, Highway bacco. the various furnishing'that had Life Insurance Company's annual +
and cities hold commemorative! events and it is measurement of six inches of been purchased this year not the Torch Club Convention in Old
certain that unless the results did not justify the rain recently, and that is more whe least of which Plant \ .
Talking to a man lately were a large Hot Comfort Va. : Ia9.: Attendance -
work and money expended they would not be held. tVm we'\e had in a long long claimed that the most profitable Point refrigerator, an attic fan. at this Convention is bv .

While we are announcing the Centennial event time. crop in this area is turnips. lie and a number of folding aluminum invitation from the company for +, G,

at what might seem like an early date a little Officials of the "rainmakers"met said that while farmers try corn banquet tables. _\n'oneho has outstanding: accomplishments dur- :

study and thought will show that it is by no with Zedra Hamilton out at beans, peas, tomatoes, and all attended any functions at the ing 1P55.Mr ; ; .
the others they lose or only Woman's Club during the Thomas has been an agent
means too early to start planning now. Hrooker the day of the first of summer J7
bleak even on these most o: the will know what a boon this aUk for this company: in Staike forover
For instance, some moneyfor the purpose maybe the recent good rains to discuss
time, while the lowly turnip i is fan will be. five years; and has attended\ fi y.
forthcoming from the Starke city budget, if signing up the County for anotheryear four of these conventions
cited
of all. He
best
provision is made for it when the new budget is of cloud seeding, and did it the paver The next meeting will be a
rain while they were talking! the instance of Jimmy Gaskins Garden Tea Party at the home of All members
planned this summer. The same is true of the are urged\ to come
who is to have sold 70t
reported
Commission which might budget a sum John Pinholster said the official Mrs David Nelson Tuesday. May and bring their friends Mrs Don
County doz. turnips from one pound ot 22. from 3
ought the rain with him. to 5 p m Ina'allation Chriitoffers and Mis Clinton
for the purpose. Both boards should be approached seed, and went on to say that ot new officers will take place at
Benny will be i'o-hoste-.se, for!' the
on the matter before budget-making Troy Bennett is busy planting the cost of fertilizer was only 4 o'clock at the Garden Party garden part
time. about 23; thus making turnip
peas these days. but says he will .
hundreds of other details that one of the cheapest crops to
grow
And there are soon be "working off" again. .

must be worked out in advance, if the Celebrationis Income from farming is so uncertain Make believe the* corn isn\ HERE'S THE SECRET::
to be successful. that more and more

Every; ; organization in Starke would want to around here are taking other this shooting rain.ahead All over as a the result counts 01 SiNAPP/N! :Till 1fIl/f
the employment.
would most throughout county.
participate, as now fields that looked like bigsan.1
Cut! here again, all must be planned and worked piles are turning into fieldsof POWER MOWER .
What a spot a person can put ,'
out well in advance. green rows, as the corn if 1U'
himself in. if he just says that HAS NO WHEELS
There are lots of possibilities as far as getting growing fast as weeds.
little word Yes Sam was approached ....... It
here during the Celebration. ;
events staged
special
by a candidate\ and askedto Powerful self t
-propell
Sporting events special exhibitions, small conventions talk his behalf We've got some squash comingin r
give a on
\1 'I 1, ed roller drive. Glides
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and meetings, state-wide meetings of the Well, as you know, who attendedthe \ thus week and we notice that \ _", :. 1. on Skid-pan. CansL' (
FFA Cattlemen's Association or many similar Rainy Rally held at the in many fields around that farmers 1

events can be tied in with the Centennial Celebration Farmer's Matket last week Sam are gathering it, That issomething ...---. :'. not scalp lawn. ,
-" ,';: Fingertip forward-stop-Referie.
but all must be worked out well advance.. went through with it, but never that really grows fastA .. -- ." $8.95
blossom ; Leaf Mulcher available. A
new
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The biggest celebration that this county has again! It was his first and lastappt'arance today and squash tomorro ; A
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kind
of
\\ i t power mower.
before the "mike.
with news-worthy names attending. .
ever seen, .
can and should be staged next year Hut the timeto Lots TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY
of excitement
:Members of the Soil Conservation but no one COOL!
start working on it IS RIGHT NOW. injured last COMFORTABLE: SHEEH'DII.Es' FOR THE
Sunday afternoon
District tell Sam that they
are going to have to spray him when there was a wreck right in HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. HALF SIZE %'OMANIIY :

with 10, per cent DDT, to get the front of our place. Mr. and Mrs
At Least They're 'Worried'According poh-TICKS out of him before Dick Clapp of Keystone were QUAKER LADY
turning into our Roadside Market PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA.
they will allow him to attend the when their There is little that flatters a woman's loneliness more thana

to a Washington: reporter. "The next meeting.. knocked upside car down.was struck and charming tucked lace bodice Button down front set off

Eisenhower administration is worried about And all this with rhinestone Colors of powder blue, rose. tan and gray.
small business." Well it's comforting to know Our berries are producing a lot after Sam gavoa

that the administration: recognizes the fact that now. but in this weather the speech at the Rally telling o: QUAKER LADY SIZES: 12 r221z

there is such a thing as small business left in the spoil quickly and we are throwingout the dangers of the traffic along

country. We were beginning to wonder. And will a lot of culls. However we Highway 301 HUNDREDSof

wait for some definite proof before taking very

seriously the situation.In : this. announcement of GOP "worryover KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS details are managed and economic- An Ideal Gift For Mother On

ally attended that only a trained and
fact we aremore inclined to agree with By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 careful organization can attend when Mothers Day
Governor Stevenson when he said in a recent the
urgent need for
serving is at
California speech that a meeting of the Eisenhower first Communion Sunday days. hand.

Cabinet is more like a directors meeting At :..t. \\illiam- Installation Of Officer

than a cabinet meeting. The Cabinet includes Two children, Jackie Fox and
"three representatives of one corporation alone," Nickie Burson, will make their At PTA Nest Week # .

Stevenson said, "and not one for the 18 million First Holy Communion at S On Tuesday evening, May 15. DeWITT C. JONESPhone ti/r

members of organized labor" or small business o'clock Mass at St. William's onMother's the Keystone PTA will install officers 7 Starke, FU. :( '' -

or small farmers, we might add Day, Sunday, May 13. for the coming year News
At the r.ime Mass, the St. Wil Funeral Director
"Who among the big businessmen lining this ham's Children's Choir will make officers will be: President, Mrs. Ambulance ServiceOur

Cabinet are thinking about the 35 million children their debut The choir consists of George Schaeffer; Vice Pres, Mrs local funeral home enables u to offer convenience u4 7n .
the millions of old people the 22 million members of the Catechism Classes Chester Moody; Secretary, Mrs. services not otherwise available. ''''\;

living on farms?" Governor Stevenson asked, and they have woiked hard to Dick Frank Jones; and Treasurer, Mrs _.. S ( -k '
Sundetland. The tJ
table outgoing "
and added: "Every man at this Cabinet make it a success.
has boasted of this nation's prosperity. :Meanwhile The ladies of the Altar Society offueis Manown are: President Mrs. Vojle We turniau. the highest type eervlee 4t lowest prices, and ( /.j -

SO million people are having to subsist on wish to thank all the people who Dean; Secretary; Vice Pies Mrsv, Mrs Hubert Allen accept ANT life insurance policy In force Issued by ANT \ : Tr.;

family incomes of less than $2,000." He quoteda helped make their bake sales so Ridaught; and Treas., :Mrs Dick company u payment la part or In full on a funeral.CoasaltAtkm \ c -

financial report that business has slipped to the profitable! for the last three Sun- Sundeiland, who will serve for an- carries no obllf&tlan. o

lowest point in two years or more, and that retailers _

by the score are going out of business ina C "

"hidden recession." \.

"Under the Eisenhower administration, as under IiYYiYYAY motif?{ pd ,

the Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover administrations _...a" A. "

no sign of forward-looking legislation whatsoever ...:.....-' ".4.'I \. '\
declared. The "" : \,
has emerged. Mr Stevenson ., ",>;',...;.::...-. -
Republicans looked at the cards that were dealt I _
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them. grinned, and stood pat. rl
That is why we take with a grain of salt this SUNBACK

talk of the Eisenhower administration being

"worried" about small business Let us hope r; a f x sw,: :shy: yy 1,..' at -:_,_:-. iI it
that their current "worry" over his plight produces I
more tangible results than their now threeyearodd !

"worry" over the plight of the small I
I
farmerThose. .
wj }

PermitsIt New Lightweight'
Restricted Champs

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has been heartening to see the effi r'::> of the

present city administration to "crack down" in

recent weeks on auto driving by youngsters who

have restricted licenses. If you do not believe visit the NEW 56 CHEVROLET A
need only
problem is a serious one you

Mayor's .Court most any Monday morning to be d TASK-FORCE TRUCKS : Winnie7JJae

convinced
Many parents have been thoughtless in their >r FROCK

actions in permitting such violations. for theyendanger New. Heavyweight A MODERN V8 FOR EVERY MODEL! _
others, but also Champs L
theiws\ of
not only
\ A MODERN MODEL FOR EVERY JOB!
of their own children. S #
enforcement officers receive _
Cityand countylaw unrestricted There's a new Chevrolet Task-Force truck
.t
"many complaints; concerning !
people who haw restricted powered and built to do your job in record
driving by young
permits. They urge all parents to cooperate in time and at rock-bottom cost! 1 \ e

this matter and take every precaution to see ', '

that their children have the proper licence and t Champs of 1\ .

observe the law while operating a car rn' ,
According to the statutes governing this mat- every weight class! i l,,

ter, a restricted driver's permit entitles the holder 'r '

to operate a motor vehicle only when accompanied i1' \
during New $1.98 ,
by a licensed adult in the car and ?" Middleweight f

daylight hours only. Under no circumstances Chomps tit \

whether accompanied by an adult or not. does ,

the restricted permit authorize night driving. ,
of these High-powered V8's-slondard in heavy-duty jobs! You the Size 12-1'
The most :successful: ::: enforcement get ,big
statutes would be by the parents themselves of new 32 -cu.-in. Liudmaster V S in 9000 and 1 1UOUO series trucks. The _7_ 5'

course. It is hard for one parent to explain to Taskmaster i is standard in other L.C.F and heav>-dut\ model ; / i ::1

his children that they cannot drive the familycar la lightweights and most middleweights, \'8's are extra-cost: options.

when thejr next door neighbor with childrenthe New wider of models-rated We al'o Carry Good Selection Of
range up to 32,000 Ibs. G.V.W.! Come ,d 4a
same ..Il'aUlWS this violation in and look 'cm over! Pickups, panels, stakes, rated Sizes 9-13:
Parents carrying out their duties will go a long heav\weight ; 12.2011'1.2t; !'2 and 46-52
to clear this situation and the sooner up to 50,000 Ibs. G.C.W. with new Tnple-Torque tJndem -the rightmodd'
up
way for your job with the most modern features money can buy!
At
the better ST98 and $ .98ROBBINS'
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to the First and Mrs W. E. Bighan.
night-Go
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Friday
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Check Up On
BROOKER Baptist Church in Gainesville tej: and family Wl're'isiting R. K MAXVILLE

see a Cornation Service for GA Wagner in Archer and Mis. W. E Social SecurityIt

Saturday night A Social at Bigham Sr. of Lakeland Sunday Sly Mrs C. B. NoUnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
By Mrs. t:. B. Catlen Ieand Mrs. C. B. Stalling :s gnod rnism! M to ih,.ik
the Civic Center. j
were shopping in Gainesville your social sn-unty at. tlut! .t'
..AAAAAAAAAIALAAAAAALLAA6Birthday Auxiliary MwtThe
Sunbeam Band and Girls j Monday. Mrs. Belle Giddens spent theweekend least every three or four yeai.L. .-
rartii-j attended the G McDowall, Manager of the
Brooker Rev. Stallines
Auxiliaries: of the in Jacksonville visiting
Mrs. Ernest Edwards gave a tist WMU met Thursday P.'lP-1 State Board of Missions Meeting with her granddaughter and hus- Gainesville social I security distiiit. t tI
!lovely part for her daughter office, leminds all persons coveie :
Jacksonville FridayMr. Cole-
noon at the Church. Refreshments in band, Mr. and Mrs. James I
l'egglonddY afternoon, and I were served by Mrs. H. and Mrs. Clyde Green and I by the social security Id t\. B.
for net sun. Gene. Friday after- account A&P Our Finest
; C. Douglas Our deepest symapa- baby were visiting Mr. and MrsE. man.We aie all so glad to have G. 'chet'king'our YOU i: Quality
noon Thev were both well attended | I be sure that all your eai miifj.-
thy goes to the Howard Wait D. Witt in Alachua Sunday. W. Brown at home and back in I
and the occasion wa? Wait's Lucretia Cumbee of Worthington ill- that count toward old-aye an
family in the loss of Mrs. school after several weeks of
their birthdays. father, Walter Wooden, who passed was the overnight guest of; ness in the Hope Haven Hospital. '!I survivors insurance were repoite.! :
Cin-le MrrhThe Glenda Parker Saturday.Mr. and credited correctly. If \" APPLESAUCE1lb
i last week. Jacksonville.
Beulah Kartell Circle of 1 away arrivals and Mrs. Carl Thomas of Freeman Prevatt of Lawtey, find that all wages or st' f"1ll
have two new
the Br.jokt-i Baptist WMU met We and Mrs. J. W. Gainesville were visiting Mr. ands, assodatedith the Gideon Bible ployment income that can be :u.
week Mr.
at the home of Mrs. M. O. Har- this : not credited you should then! I
Mrs. Tim Thomas Sunday at
and Mr. and Institute, was a guest speaker
week. Thomas, a girl;
rell Thursday night of last ; Janet Thomas and Chris Cor- Church Sun- notify the local social secunu Cans
bo'Con- Maxville Baptist '
of i William Terry, a the fee
Mrs. L. L. Dyal was in charge I I Mrs. bett of Gainesville and Mr. anJ! office and the necessary action ;iI (aye LYatill 2SC
the program, assisted by Mrs gratulations. Mrs. Elman Cortett of Lake City day morning. I will be taken to coriect your a. > .
J. K Edward Padgett is home afterspending I Class on Ur".m"J..jnAt | at A&pl!
Lester and Mrs. count. Save
Ernest several days in Ala- I I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. the regular meeting of the (
Douglas. After closing prayer by : I Since all survivor and reti.e'ment
Thomas.
with i iI I Benny Maxville Home Demonstration
Mrs. Grace Barry refreshment?! chua General Hospital I I Mr. Mrs. Ray Wilson od! next benefits are based on yourcovered
i in his hand. I II and Club. which will be held
Niblets Whole Kernel
blood
served by the hostess. poisoning earnings, it is impoitant
were I had a major 'I! Jacksonville w ere weekend guests;II Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at''
!
('juicer Drive I Mrs C. F. Padgett last week. Mrs. E.i I of Mrs. Groover Thomas. Mrs iI j the Maxville Civic Club Mrs I that all wages and selfemployment l-lbCan
Mrs. W. F. Bigham, chairmanof I operation I Wilson remained to spend a few Mrs. Jose-: income are t'o..et'tly'fl'dit-
and
Mills
Vincent'safter Nellie D. SWEET CORN 15C
in St.
still
is be- is
the Cancer Drive here, i, A. Gainey little! Cameron Home Demon- ed through the years.
And phine
Mrs. J. C. Harrell major surgery. days.Mr. McDowall
ing assisted by and Mis. Bartley Thomasof will conduct a pointed out. however
stration Agents
in King
Mrs R H Green, and Mrs. L Kathy Lewis had to stay and Mr. and la- that the earnings statements for >
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Petersburg
St
Any
dress making
week- class on
have not yet completed Memorial Hospital over the the 1955: availableat lona Tender Tasty
L. Dyal. They Mrs. A. C. Townsend of Jackson-, dies interested are asked to bring: year are not

FoouWeek their soliciting. end.M.. D. Harrell came home Sun':, ville were visiting relatives here a pattern and material and we this time is'nt completed since the until postingof six I I 1-lb Can
(j.V I wages
I weekend.Mr. other make adlf'ss.
last each
S
nicely.Even will all help CUT1ET1 10C
The Girls Auxiliary will observe -' day and is getting along and Mis. II. P. Townsendof or nine months after the wages :
G. A. Focus Week, May 13- drove wife Hazel to school andMrs. 'j were paid. Therefore, a recordof _
1 Dade City and granddaughter: Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson _
19. The following program will Monday. Thomas of I wages paid! through the last
I were visiting Mrs. Groover Ed Harris and children Armours Star CORNED: BEEF
j Sultana Halves Freestone No 2 J.'' Can.
be carried out: Talent Night Mr week in December 19will: ; not

Sunday, May 13-At the Sun- | Don't forget Friday night Starke.i is'i''i Mrs.Sunday.Sam Taylor of LaCrosse Jacksonville and Mrs. J. C.wore Nolan guests and of family I be available before July 19,16. HASH 1-lb can 27c PEACHES Can 29cA&P

day School Hour, the devotional j Talent Show night in |, was visiting Mrs. Tim Thomas last Ttlt'sday.n.l"t'h,11 He stated that the local social )
and singing will be done by the Patty Bigham will compete. Good | security office, located at 18 NW
I I! Our Finest
Monday. Teamins j I Quality APPLE \\'hole mil
ARUO
G. A girls. Sunday Worship service j I luck Patty. and baseball! ),I 1st St., Gainesville, has available Split
of Rev.
a special song by the GA's j: Notice wishes to I Mis: Sunday Reside guests Carelton were Mr I team The played Maxville Lawtey boys last Sunday a postcard form for those who I I SAUCE 21-Ib cans 25C FIGS 2'-' > cans 29c
Union- E. Bigham
Mrs W. wish
Sunday night Training and school ; to obtain a record of past
Addison
and Mrs. Wilbur afternoon at the Lawtey ]
the opening exercises will be conducted remind all Garden Club members I earnings credited to their social I
by the GA. Also a short that Friday night is the night to children, and Mr. and Mis. Ken- house and won by a score of 9-2 | security account. A&P 21' ./ Can A&P ( 'RI 'SIZED 2n-"z.: ('al1,

skit will be given by Ann Gainey meet at the Civic Center to make !j neth Wheeler of Gainesville Mr The next game is scheduled foi i j SAUERKRAUT. ISc PINEAPPLE for
I and Mrs. Maurice Ray Carelton Sunday afternoon May 20, in 2 45'
and Mary Jane Bigham Sunday : thetother's: Day Corsages. J JCircle '
Mrs.
I of Fairbanks, and11' and Lawtey at 2 o'clock. i 20,000 Leagues'Arrives
night a duet will be sung by Barbara ; Notice 1" the I II Carl Roberts of Starke.Mr. Little Miss Mary Kilgore spent j] IONA lOlbs 25 Ibs Marca! SO Size TEA
Jean Green and Anita Draw- Tuesday night May Sunday
and Mrs. J. K. Douglas last weekend in Jacksonville as j

dy Monday night will be Visitation I I meet Lubedia at the Pinholster home of Circle Mrs. II.will C. \\'ele'isiting Mr. and Mrs Frank the guest of her uncle and aunt )i At Park Theatre I II FLOUR 69c $1.69 NAPKINS 3 for 29cA&P
Lake Butler Saturdayand Franklin HigginI -I
BIoss in Mr. and Mrs. I
Night.Tuesday night-Regular meet- Douglas.Mrs.. .Rosetta Howell of LakeButler Mrs. Norman Parrish Sun- I botham and family. While then;:'t i Jules Verne's celebrated novel I II F Stone DASH) for AUTOMATIC

ing.: spent the day with Mr ; day. I II she attended the Cub Scout circus 'I I "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" PEACHES no Vh can 35c WASHERS x-' 35c
Wed. nightHave charge of the and Mrs. William Dukes Jr. Sun,I: A. D. Martin of Waldo was the and enjoyed it very much i| is brought to life by Walt Disney's
I guest of Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Ga- Her Cousin, Stanley Higginbo- i j Cinemascope and Technicolor production
devotional at Prayer Meeting. .I Super-Right LUNCHEON ALL
day.Mrs. cub scout | of the same name.
no Monday ham is a
be Marvin Stokes of Edgar
Thursday night-will stay-
at-home and study on Forward is spending a few weeks with her i I, The Ganos were visiting Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson I I Disney Hollywood's outstanding i MEAT 3'279c' DETERGENT 25-lb/ $4.89Sparkle
and Mrs. O. R. Gano and family : and family of Jacksonville were !j Academy Award winner, spent
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3 1-4 oz. Pkg. GELATIN Hershey; CHOC
Annette Green of the U. of F.I I Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin- i and construction of a duplicate i iI

.. I I was the weekend guest of herj i botham and family last Friday i for Verne's submarine Nautilus DESSERTS 5 for 27c SYRUP 5-oz gc
+ parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L night. The first U. S. atomic submarine

1cout Green. I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and i i was named after Verne's myths al N n.C PREM. Armours ('(iINF; '))

Mr. an.1rs.. V.'. E. Plummerof family and N. L. Cannon were j U-boat.
; Staike were visiting Mr. and I business visitors in Jacksonville I The $250,000 movie features the SALTINES '-it 25c BEEF HASH lib 27c

Mis. A. L Green and family !, Saturday.Mr. !; most extensive underwater footage
I Saturday. j and Mrs.. Leslie Chilson !'
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Green and j and family spent the weekend :in ever to be seen on the screen. Super-Right Fancy Half or Whole Extra Lean
I "
I ,child en of Baldwin and Irs. Zephyrs as the guests of Mrs 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea.

i CVinlelt Van Zant and children Chilson's parents, Mr. and MrsA. 1 .howing! at the Park Theatre Sunday Lb

?f ..lal'ksol1'iIle'I're visiting Mr. W. I Rogers.A ; t hlllllgh Tuesday: has a < .is! PORK LOINS S 39CSuperRight

and! Mrs. R. H. Green. I big crowd turned out last saumg: ..lameMa..-"n. Kirk
I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green Tuesday night. May 1. for the i
atLe ptwIATIIOME i and daughter. Beverly and Mrs j! chicken supper and political ral- IhniglaP t il l.ii., i and PiViLu Extra Lean Tender I1/-' to 3 lb AvgBONELESS

Rosa Pinholster attended the I ly. Glenn Reeves and his town r le.
homecoming and sing at the Bay- I I and country boys supplied the Lb

loss Hiway Church SundayV. I musical entertainment for the E S BUTT 49C

I V. Hazen of Starke was the ovent. He has a dally radio showin

dinner guest of Mr. andtl'S.. Aubrey j Jacksonville. Wash Your Clothes
I' Hazen Monday. j Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin- Super-Right Western Small Lean
Mr. I II botham and family of Jacksonville ,
Aubrey Hazen was visiting
Money earned here should be saved I and Mis. Marvin Hazen in Staike j|I visited with Mr. Higginbot- ; 9 PoundsFor Lb

Sunday. |I ham's parl'nts.11'. and Mrs. Doss'Higginbotham. PORK SPARE RIBS 37CSuperRight

and spent here if you are at all Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Jackson i Sunday afternoon i iMr 40c!

interested in community progress and daughter and Mr. and Mrs '' and Mrs. I. A. Bornsteinof
Adams of Tampa were visitingMr Jacksonville were guests of: Young TenderCI7ZARDS
FREE Bleach If Desired!
Local merchants need your support, and Mrs. C. S. Kelley Sun- i their son-in-law and daughter \

and they offer dependable merchandiseat i! day. Also their son Arthur, of '! Mr. anti Mis. N L. Cannon, last ; 9 FRYER S Lb 25C
IVnsaoola was home for the Tuesday.
fair prices. Patronize them. Buy weekend. Wayne Hires and Joseph'Thompson We Will

home community. I Calling on the A. I. Mann family [ visited friends in ,
and bank in your an.1ll's.. Joe Kelley Sunday i Jacksonville Sunday, night. j jMiiilh II Dry Your Clothes Southern Star Boneless Ready-To-Serve

were Mr. and Mrs. Albert haw, I : n.I"Ir. ,\' I
1,111111I. Thomas Mandy Thomas :\ and Mrs. William Smith CUbCan
For 20cIn CANNED HAM $199
mil Susie Carter, all of Gainesville -I announce the arrival of a SOl: I

gird Mr. and Mrs. John born Saturday. April 2S, at the i New Automatic Driers!

'I Shaw of LaCrosse and and| Orange Path Hospital. The .
Mr. young -
FLORIDA BANK STARKEH I Mi! .1 I P. Groover of Lacoochee.Mr man has been named. William I j jJr. ..: _: :'. __: __ _:. :. 2 ':' ;"'_ .)i!! ._ :. : -:. ___ __ _- : -_: -_.:

:m,1Irs.. \V. C. Stalnakerand '' 7- Fresh
j
Member Florida National Group family attended the rodeo I I Mr. and Mt s. Owen. Anders of1
in Gainesville Sunday. i I>'l.tf'Yisited Mr. and Mrs. Dan :i iI The Washeteria\ Fruits Jane
Parker's
Mi and Mrs. T. C. Stalnaker I Parrish Sunday afternoon
,1 .11' While Springs spent the day | Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and' I \ Mothers DayDecorated

with Mr and Mrs. W. C. Stal- sons visited Sunday afternoon a! Temple Ave. Stark and

naker Wednesday.Mr I Brandy Branch Olustee, andJacksonville. ,
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and Mrs. V. V. Hazen of,, a' 1(" / '/'
IRCAV1CTORTV I VegetablesFRESH ,, ': ; :' ;tt
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Starke Wl'rl''isitinJ: Mr. and I About 15 young people met at r" '. <" :'\ /,
Mrs. .1. H. Sowell and Mr. and | the home of Miss Jewel Higginj i'.J. 1 \, ...' '
i Mrs. Troy Thomas Sunday. j botham on Saturday for a party i ii .-,'.-.. ..- :. :.. ,
i Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. i| The young folks had lots of fun :i StpMPs FIRM 1 RIPE '.. : ,'........ ,':.-:" .: :". _'','.J.. : '

G. 'W. Davis and family were At a late hour they had refresh-I 088 R b' .; .. :? <..\;. I. /
Gunner and Mrs M. C. Howard ments. '
: .
r and family of New Port R. I.. I Those from Maxville attending tl\f\tt) TOMATOES 5C, ,1 1,<......,:.,..,_,': '.... f'ffJ'
,.- it. "
-i i Irs.Y.. M. Davis and children! of the county-wide supper of the --> '=O=< .

Water Valley, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Duval County Home Demonstration OV.\i.\\ ". i
R. J. Waterr of Dundee. Mr. andMrs. I Clubs at the 4-H Club park 10 .: .>

R. D. Davis of Jacksonville.Mr. I in Jacksonville Wednesday night I II [LETTOCE 2 Heads 2SC
( and Mrs. Mack Howard!, Mr. I May 2. were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

1ndIrs.. B. Waters and son and Chilson and children. Mr. and LAYER CAKE

l Jimmy Baggs of Gainesville. i Mrs. Buford Higgmbothani. an.1 FKESII GULDEN

Dickie Da'is'isitl'd Richard : Miss Patty Parrish.Uahy For

Waters in Gainesville Sunday.G. I lligginl>othain S SWEET CORN 6 2SC Large 8-inch Layt>r<

W. Davis and Warren Mizelle I' Mr. and Mrs E. D. Higginboi- I

tt were firming at Orange Lake Saturday ham announce the arrival of i1' Special. QFC
j: son born Tuesday. May I l. at St

., Kenneth Green spent the day I I Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- RFc w. ASPARAGUS 2!.lb

1 with his sister Mrs. J. T. Taylor. |I ville. The little man has beer ( 59C

1 in Palatka last Wednesday. named John Edward.Mr. _
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey attended i: and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and .S
: son. Bobby, were buslnl'ss'ISlt.- of 5ze PASCAL Your Choice !
the Parrish reunion at Any size type on any
RCA Victor fhrifton. lowest Little Springs Sunday. |I ors in Gainesville last Thursday 1 RUBBER STAMP from the Stalk Jane Parker

priced RCA Victor TV! Cabinet 37% Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and !; Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Carroll very ImaUtit to the very CELERY E L E 1 Oc LusciousBlueberry
modeU-fiti largest.
smaller than previous table family of Apopka were v ;ting I and family of Jacksonville Wereguests RUBBER

close to walll "Hidden Panel" Tuning eon- Mr. and :Mrs. Ned Hicks and other I of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie \ Hi.qualitr ruggedly built to
STAMPS:
teals controls on top. New Balanced relatives here Monday and Tues Sweat and family last Sunday. last you years and jears A&P FRENCH FRIEDPOTATOES \ :
Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollaro.uad day. I Little Marcia Lucille Robinson ;: longer. ; r
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stand extra. Model 1756022. We are glad to hear that Mrs. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bill! i Faster sen ice at prices far 2'25C f ;

$ 195Service Troy Thomas is home from the Robinson, celebrated her 1st | below vhat>ou would ordi.
Alachua General Hospital.Mr. birthday last Sunday at the home i narily expect to pay.
I
and Mrs. Burt Stokes and I of grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Come in and see us on any A&P ORANGE
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hicks and Waters. The little birthday cake BIBBER STAMP: needs
; 6-oz Cans -
f.milof Starke attended servicesat I with one candle was enjoyed by thatOU may ha\e. Ve also of I lSC
haa wide selection JUICE
the New River Baptist Church ; members of the family. | MARKING DEVICES for I or Peach

Sunday. I Miss Ruby Mae Bell of Jacksonville !, ''your business and private
TV Lut-etia Cumbee and G'enda I spent last Friday night : needs.ONE HILL 0-HOME BRAND: BANDIED: -I':t '1fEach

Parker went to White Springs :. and Saturday with Miss Grace "-"
Saturday for the Stephen Foster Harris. LINE STAMP S5c I POTATOES 2 49C

Memorial Festival.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs A. R Johnson: PIE 49C
All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates and Mrs. ParrUb anJ 2 Lines 1.35 3 Lines 1 S5
Guy
i| went on a motor trip to Lake COLl MBIA WIIITE ACRE
Fully Equipped ... DependableAll tanuly were visiting Mr. and Mrs.S Citlast Sur.daand while thre NOTARY SEALS !
W. Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs.J !! movie. 10-0 Pkg/ Jane Parker
enjoyed a
and Models 33C
Makes
B. Whitehead of Lake Butler i FACSIMILE STAMPS PEA P E S frh.,1BREAD

Sunday. j On Saturday Mrs. John Lewis and I
C. SHEPHERDTV Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tindall and J L. Lewis and children of Jacksonville ; .\Marking! : Devises 1/1.,, 1111 1111,11 M11MI/
CHAS.
i| Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and were \"isitingand on Sunday ;
': sons and Mrs. Addiron. all of G. W Baxter of, JJick-vrnville! Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH t 11,1 )

Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone | Palatka. were \'isitingIr. and | Note Appreciation

239 Starke, Fla. Mr. L. R Green and family Sun- ;j The M D. Harrells wish to thank |I Ii .M .WM ItMltf 4 4 41 MU41I
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I 4 Lb Loaf
day. i their many friends for their j !
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412CallSt. 14C
OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs. W. H. Baxter of thoughtfulness and their kindness, ; Phone 29 l Starke, Fla.

Birmingham, Ala. were visiting I at a time when it was greatly I I
_- --r' -_ .- I ?[y. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter Friday. 1 appreciated. The Harrells. '' .



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PAGE TOUR C l'XT1' TELFGRXPH, STARKE, FU>.KII> \
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f' I ,, Starke Woman's Club 'Hospital Auxiliary I

Summer Lunches ,Mrs.
C. L. Magoon
Takes First PlaceIn Executive Board -
May Be Offered
Program AwardTh. 'Considers UniformsThe Mr c. L. Iago<>n. '..'

f By CafeteriaP resident of Hampton and T.. .

.. :S'arke Woman's Club re- monthly! luncheon meetingof Aliss I "iE ; T. Nolm. ''sa, died May 5 at her .:' :
of winning principal of theSt.itke
the distinction the Bradford
County
Hospital .
feivf-d i i Tucson Ariz. after a loll;, ... -
fast place in the State Program Auxiliary Executive Board was I Elementary! School. states
She is survived hei1 ..
by : -
Gladys MootyPhone! A'A.inK! \: based on the best pro- held Thursday! May 1. at the Hodges It1.it the elementary cafeteria will i C. L. Magoon, 2413 So <. "' .,

I 35 !,' amS! for the year at the Flori- Garden Restaurant. ?ntnue to serve a lunch for children Tucson. Ariz.
"' F. ,j'wtt'd'omen's Club con- During the meeting presidedover
.. Lakeland April Weds 4" taking part in the summerI
I } ;i-1 I "11 held in bthe president, Mrs. S. E tL.
jj'j"i The awards were based Simmons a sample uniform was I !'''}:rim jijoviding that a minimum MinrK TO \i'rttulu

.K.tulitv, value to members displayed! and the board voted number of 100 will eat at the (Irruit (:uutt. HraJford l.p.frlnrlila .
M to .
; ifeteru : In ( h....,..
i 'in' 1)4 its material and contribn purchase uniforms as soon a? James on a regular basifi. The >:u. r .1,.1 I 11.\ i : i "
I. 'OJ c ommunity welfare. possible to _:! .11[i,1' hes will be comparable to ?'I i .v 11,1. |l.'d.' .- .

Trii' 'icpaitments and chairmenrejipoMMble It was decided to hold a meeting :'i' IM now being served and prices \ lo \p..ar c'tiMirr -. \:

for these outstanding of the entire membership on Carr Jr. : iiae tentatively been set at 30 T.. "I.r.. !1' -hv JJ.il! \\ li.."
., .,
iIs I'I. ILo il> ':zt
nnin" dIll,, were: September Thursday. June 7. for the purpose ,! i:1L r its pel'day. payable weekly a.- ;. .d: I', 0" .tnr. ?
Martha Landrum' Ti club! Woman," Dept. of of showing the uniform to mem- !; In order to arrange for cafeteria ;i.t.

r iiz>nsnip under Mrs. A. R. bt'rs, and for discussion of plans ; !kers and food supplies, parents i I i i .MI You.t f.are r d.X'irie hereby notifrd.r a

\ Xoim.in! first vice-president and to staff the hospital information. : c urged to notify the Starke has been filed against you :n .t.

Will Wed Mi, Kat.. Sheppaid. chairman; I desk during visiting hours '\f' ..m- I &k ; i-... mentary School regarding the '!:''you above named Court and ,rat. .
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are required to
serve a r
: cy)
O<-' tOt>. "American Home. Mrs. bers will be advised -'the time -"' .x' '''- -, -.iimner lunch plan as .soon as pos- your answer or pleading tj :r-

Car' Mathews, chairman; and and place of the meeting :-lh! !IeL complaint. on the Plaintiffs
Mr. Siefferman '1 Miss Lavoma Bobbie Honge ,i Alt rm"> K K I", .
Mrs L ::. Pickering, co-ihair- j, The treasurer Mrs. J M Smith : ;: <"' 1trult't.i! !, Hiyn S.: !h... i-!.n i.- II. Gibson summer 1| Kl.,,,.1.! <: njn
daughter of Mi and Mi E\ an program
man Xovepiber, "Travelogue" reported that the j <.m/I"y'd[ | h\ the T'liitt.i In.-uiance and file the original In tl-e tf .
I' membership has W. Hodges Sr of Broker. and (coordinator says that the purpose of the Clerk cf the Circuit Cj: a
July 14th under the Dept of Education with increased to15 paid active iiiem- James G. Carr Jr., son of MisJames Cmiipanv Amenta in Gainesville behind serving lunches" is to a.oid or before the .
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Mrs E L. :Matthews chairman beis Mr. Carr has been an employee I I I 1 II it.i> .I I .I I ,"i 1. :
G. Carr Sr. and the late the practice of children bringing].otherwise the allegations tt ., r
IL and Mis M. W. Cressler, second of Southern Bell Tele- .
Mr. Carr, were married at 5:30': packed lunches watch are considered I Complaint will be taken as c< r.
vice-president; December "Holli- phone & Telegraph Co. for eight fesaed by you.
In First :
Cooper-Crosby o'clock April' dangerous during the hot
the World,'" Saturday afternoon Tins notice stall be put.h:: i
day Time Around years in the Gainesville office.
.
I 14, In Kingsland, Ga. The ceie- ; summer weather without proper |once .a..heek for four con"e>'u'.t _
under the music and International! I Attending the wedding were weeks in the Bradford Count T>.tgmph. -
molly was performed by Judge i refrigeration.; .
with Mrs Miss Fulton. Miss
Church Relations departments Beverly Maggie
Baptist Peeplfs at his home. |i The eight-week 1'a'xl ilu- 7 I program is scheduled i
.i Ralph Knight Mrs. L. A. Canova. Taylor, Donald Cook and Ward OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles \. I'*rl t .
and Mrs J. E. Hildebran as chairmen I Fin her marriage the bride I to start Monday. June 4, Clerk of the Cjrcu.t: >'nv :
January "Some Childhood wore a light blue dress of linen j Zimmerman, all of Gainesville. and will end Friday July 27. Ey Marian; 1.. Crosby. Dfo.r'\, : .-

He messones were white and Mr and Mrs Carr are residingat
Problems a panel discussion under I I -
she wore white orchid corsage. 921 :\. E. 4th Place in Gainesville ,
with
the Health Department -
:..-- Can is a 19jl; graduate!'! I -
Dr Florence Jennings chairman:

the February Department, "Art of Exhibit Fine Arts:' under with .'c.c Miss l1cKnightResigns Mrs. Miner HostessTo ftr your best girl:. I 3

Announcement is being made I of Starke with Rev L. D. Haines Mrs L H. Jennngs chairman: PresidencyOf UDC MembersThe

of the engagement of Miss Martha I 1 officiatingMiss March, "Our Youth In Ar ion."

Landrum daughter of Mrs. Landrum is a graduate of under the Youth Conservation I' Junior ClubThe \\'. T. Week's 4haptei. fJlli eOn

Merritt H. Williams and T. Frank i BHS and at present is attendingthe with Mrs. Dave
i Department UDC. met at the home of Mrs, I
Landrum of Starke, to Richard University of Florida where Paulk, chairman; April "Flower lesignation of Miss Dolores
'1 Effie Miner in Lawtey Wednesday i iI
Lowell Siefferman, son of Mr i she is a member of Alpha Omi- Arrangements," under Department Mi'Knight, president of the Junior afternoon of last week with Mrs.i;i
and Mrs. Clair E. Siefferman of i cron Pi sorority.Mr. of Conservation with Mrs Woman's Club was read at the j
', GeorgeV.. Roberts, Sr as co- I
St Petersburg.The Siefferman is also attend- i, P. T. Nolin chairman.i ra meeting held Monday night in hostess. j Mother's Day.. May 13th

wedding will be an eventof ing the University of Florida and i Representing the club at the the dub house. Miss McKnight ,
14 at 8 o'clock in the is member of Phi Tau upI I I' :Iotr::. Roberts e-president.. i ij ji
July evening a Kappa convention were Mrs C. L. expressed her regret in giving GIVE
in the First Baptist Church fraternity. Scholl. president Miss Clara Lea- I her dub activities due to having j j i presided over the meeting in the I II Ii
i ;I 'i I absence of the president, Mrs 0 \
man, Mrs. C. E. Johns and Mrs. accepted an assignment as first
i I. Haynes. Sr. Plans were made ;
S. E Simmons. While there they grade leather to dependents of I,I
WSCS Circles I Weeks-Shoning ;, I for the last meeting of the club i! Beautiful
i I also attended the dedication of j jj I II' I Air Force personnel in the Philip- ,, Healthy Parakeets
i; year in June which will be a coy- ) ,
On..le Two of the First Methodist Daniel R. Weeks of Staike and j the' new State Headquarters building I pines beginning in August. : ered dish luncheon held at Kings- '
]
I' I Mrs i
I in Lakeland. I Mrs Anna Felos and I I
WSCS met Monday after- Mrs. Bernice Shoning of Jackson- ,'1 Mrs. Scholl also received recog- I Laurie Mullins presented a pro- ley Iike. I Baby birds easily trained full of love and affection.
noon at 3:30 o'clock in the educa- !
ville were married on April 30 in' featuring a health film Mrs Mattie Gahagan. histoiian. Make wonderful pets for Mom and
tional building with the leader i I nition by winning a blue ribbon gram historical everymember of
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, conducting the Duval County Judge's office :': for her landscape painting Mr and Mrs Ralph Cooper of and films of the club's Easter egg ,' gave an after interesting the business meeting.pro- the family. All in full plumage, in all colors Blues in

the devotional. Hostesses were ksonville. Mr. Weeks is the ,I "Spring Fever," which she entered :Moorehead Ky announce the approaching hunt were also shown by Mrs I f' gram During the social, the hostesses all shade .\No yellow-faced blues.11 raised and

Mrs. Titus Olson and Miss Annie owner of Weeks Radio & TV in the Art Exhibit for all members I marriage of their ,, D. L. Thomas and Mis. Laveir I'I served a salad course to the acclimated to our Florida climate Hundreds to choose

Darby. Service in Starke, and is also at the convention. daughter, Oletia Virginia, to i Outlaw. 12 members present. from.
Raleigh Vernon Crosby, son of, Refreshments were served by i iI
Circle Three met in the educa. employed at the National Guard i I I iI I
tional building afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R R. Crosby of i, the hostesses, Geraldine Gnffi
Monday
Recent Births II | TROPICAL FISH BLACK
II State :Maintenance i : MOLLIES
Shops Camp II Ernestine Register
with the devotional conducted by i Staike, on Wednesday, May 16 and I
Miss Kate Struth. Hostesses were: Blanding. He and Mis. Weeks S. Sgt. and :'>Irs. Edwin L I at 7 o'clock at the home of Mr This will be the last business! president, H J.att'I's, tieai ALSO BEAlTIFt! SELECTION: CACJES

Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs are at home at 134 ::. Court St. !, Hornsby announce the birth of a and Mrs Lucian Conner at the' meeting of the club until September. slier; and. Mrs. James Chitty !:
'
i secretar
)
State Farm.
Bertha Pearce. StarkeESTATE born at I
daughter, Karen Lynn, ir'
Mrs. Knight was '
Ralph
Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska All members and relatives areinvited i and BILLY ROSE PARAKEET
] the
FARMOn
to attend. No invitations PTA I charge of program pie-i
'
: on April 8. S. Sgt. Hornsby sent. Elementary sented her chorus in dames and I
I are being
SALE 1 is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R E Sees Chorus ProgramThe folk songs, entitled Norwegian .
of Staike. Hiuhnay 21 Keystone Heights
Hoinsby Dance, Florida Folk Song Camp i : -
:
,Ladies Council '
Elementary PTA met i Town Races and Jeannie with i -----=- _- .
: j :3'
FINE ,
WATCHESWe for the final meeting Linda ': -
night Hair.
Tuesday :i the Light Brown -
All three circles of the ladies
The Bradford County Hospital
I with .'overed- ,
of the year a Parker sang two solos.
have purchased from an estate over 200 fine. & announces the following births: Count of the First Christian dish supper preceding the instal-
new i "" '
Mr. and Mrs David Hrannen of! Church will meet On the church I ty" 4'PtT"
used watches : .
that will be placed on sale at our Mores lation of officeis.Mis
5:arke, a son, David Shotzi-. Ma\ I lawn Tuesday night at S o'clockfor J Wainwught.. pll'sident. -
their regular social meeting. .. lOc
CHEX
6.
SATURDAY
MAY 12-8 A. M. presided over the short busi-
Mr and Mr.s. Harold D. Smith) )j Refreshments will be served
ness meeting and I eR.. D. breath J.i..in"t.. 1"\1-[ ;,
hciis'
Up To 70' All member and friends |
Savings. All Guaranteed 'of Staike. a daughter Eolmei ate asked
Jiommer gave the devotional Mrs lrniiiit ll.i\cr. Ask for them i
Anita May :5. to attend !
Willie Mae Denton's loom won where.THE. I
{ \cry
ALL LKESxn SIZES
the room-count. Mrs ,
R F. Dem- '
Some with Diamonds and Solid Gold Cases -..... orest installed the following officers ('II EX, (1'1.0. II Id
l'hilalh'IIhil
Plenty Pocket Watches Beautiful Writ Watches : Mis. A. N. Holliday presi- Salesmen Wanted

HIT NOW FOR GRADUATION AM SAVE d'-nt ; Mrs. LeoLi Roberts vice- I

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WILLIAMS JEWELRY :,

"' THANK YOUI II I IIi .

STAHKE :\MACCLKNNV; --r II II I


PHONE :J75I ; I \\'ell. its a good thing tnc .nt; ii.itas.'t.( : ViSV. Call I
wish to thank" the Bradford for the
people of County
.. ] weather turned a little cool Tues- Hear that Hf-ib Thomas \vas '
and kept politics from com dinner host last Friday to Jerry'Bilyk
day splendidote in for Commissioner
given me my race County -
ing to a boil "The unexpectedcool and six members of the

snap made it about the coldest <: U of V football and baseball' : District 1. I will always remember jour I

election day remembered team Nelson and Maigie Dear Friends:

1'; I AM DEEPLY GRATEFUL [rTo r--: here, but no one needed to light II i Jones were hosts to employees otShepherd's kind favors and hope to he in position to serve you at I I would like to fllmeto each of you my
Tervice
a fire, because of some of the Radio &
last ': :some future time. :sincerest thanks for the great honor you
hot electioneering: still in progress at their home on Silver Lake
bestowed me by re-electing me to sereas
Sunday 15 enjoyed the day' upon
'
nice hear from old outing the employees of jour County Judge for another term I
tot their Always: to
the manfriends of Bradford
County
C. F. Bub claim credit for
friends: especially so when they | Humphreys Gold Corp gave a ( ) CARTER cannot personally theictory

vote and active support in my campaign for election as write that the Telegraph is the : dance and farewell pal ty last it belongs to you who made is possible,

most interesting piece of reading I Friday evening at the Enlisted i I without the support of those of you who

Superintendent of Public Instruction. I am most: anxious I matter that comes into their Men's Club at Blanding for Tom J 1 worked so tirelessly l in my behalf the effort

t house --- such were the word; 'i and Fran Cart'Tom is being would haH resulted in defeat. To you I offer -
to forget politics and work with all the people of I
from Ruth :Morse who with husband transferred on May 13 to theyDuPont ] SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY SERVICE my humble and heartfelt thanks and

I Bradford County for the improvement of our schools. William is now at their :i I II plant at Edgemore, Dela pledge myself to greater efforts to sene

I summer home, Bluebird Hill about 90 enjoyed the dancing'and '' 3 Mothers To Be Honoredx you as a good judge. I will continue to conduct

1 Farm Fancy Gap Va afterI refreshments throughout the : myself and the affairs of the Court in

I I spending the winter in Barberville I evening Glenda Underhill was Oldest ,- Youngest: Most Children Present such a manner as (lo reflect credit upon the

HARMON MORGANi Fla. she goes on to say she ( hostess at a semi-formal dance people of our county, and justify the trust
to restrain an also last Friday evening at the
is always having
| and confidence have placed in me.
I I impluse to write a "Letter to the i I. USO when she celebrated hei16th you

I I Editor" telling him how much !I birthday anniversary the First Baptist Church, HamptonSunday I bear no malice or ill-will to any persons

she enjoys the paper and reads I party lasted from 7-30: to 11:31: whomsoever I look upon every citizen of

I every word in it '' o'c'loc'k when the 80. guests enpvec our county as a friend and neighbor, and
,
Hear the 97 members of the !, dancing and refreshments the School 10 A.R
the
THANK YOU I earnestly hope that I might enjoy goodwill
i
class had quite a I'I party was chaperoned by Mane
BUS senior I II well
who as
as
of those opposed me
| time Monday when they spent I Underhill Elva DeVoe Shirley : :Morning Worship 11 A.M. MODEL: MOTHER" those, who supported me. I !sincerely thank

I wish to thank friends throughout the county the day at Jax Beach -- with ,, Underhill Nell Garcia, Janelle 'II and honor
i i my many the class were chaperones Ann! |I Dyal and Eslia Shamburger '' B.TT. 7 I'M.Evenng you for allowing me the privilege

I for their wonderful vote and support in the First Parker and C. S. Partin noted I i on Saturday evening JimmyVog- I Services S P.M. "RESTITUTION""HOUR I; of serving you again as jour County Judge

that Ronnie Mundorff is work- gins was host to 20 teen-age

Primary, May S. I will be running in the Second Primary ing over inVest Florida for theXat'l i I friends at a hayride party after I i I OF POWER" Wed S P.M. Sincerely,

Guard for the next three which the young folks enjoyed ,, J
| and will 1 deeply appreciate \ote and support
jour I E. FAILE Pastor
MARVIN
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weeks hear that Tom Slade I refreshments at the Wigginshome j ,
I : Theron A. Yawn
I again on :May 29. and daughter. Flora took a two- j .
day flying trip to Chicago or i Am I jealous! Seems as it I I
I where in town who ,
Tuesday and Wednesday I'm the only gal -- --- --- --- -- --- - -- -
I J. E. BROWN Tom attended the Executive hasn't been invited to ride il'i)

meeting of the National Gas Assn |i that cute little miniature car'' Fi

Moncnef) Walkeris Mike Goldwire darting arouno
See Jimmie ( is .
CANDIDATE! FOR RE-ELECTION staying with her parents while I I town in these days Haven'tfigured ..
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husband Steve has been shipped' out yet how Mike get and where.
SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 2
to Japan for further duty i his six-foot frame under thai : I Say when

,, the\ had been stationed at Columbia '! steering wheel but it certainly ..

< S. C happy to hear that i is a cute trick -- instead of

Mnige Sapp was released from passing another car he ran just -

1 ::ii i4. Dia.iford Hospital last Thurs- :, run right under it' Hear that there !

Words Cannot ExpressThe >''i! I'> and! is convalescing at her i, Jeannette Lendon.. daughter of We'll take

., we Orlando yOU
S' m.- at Camp Blanding ,, the H B. McLendons or /
I ,'. hue three on the measles 'iformerly of Starke i has tcn'I ''
deep appreciation and gratitude -. Jackson andi /
little Becky I pledged to Tau Kappa Alpha.

I feel towards my many friends I MI. k N'ewcomb are down with j national forensic honor society Low Feres Mean Bia Savinas '-Cross-countrv or to the next town, on

.1 if {.day variety' and little I Congratulations: And three'' \ ; 1-way Kd Trip business or pleasure, enjoy the new air-

throughout the County for their fine I K i: 11: Harris had the 3-day students from these parts made y Miami ".?3 13.9) ride buses, Scenicruiser or the Highway

k ",. the dean's list at the U of F last'' e :: Key \''..>t li.i.) 20.80 Traveler.. (jre\hound.-."> all Ameruu..tinl'

support and votes. in the :May x Primary. On the moving list we find | semester They were William : M.: .\ : 1.20. -50 ica. frequent departures everywhere

Ii A :l..t::' : :'>11. and Mrs. W. Joe Mar- j Arlen Gay and Sue Winkler of '- Lake Wales 3.93 :.1;) service direct to more vacation

t I i !ham are now at 416 N. Walnut I I :Starke.: and Marshall. Matchett .-'a: ;:"- \\'. Palm IVath 6.30 11.31 areas than any other travel sstemlR.IIFORO !

I will always be ;grateful: for jour untiring efforts and St Mr and Mrs A. H Hud ', of Hampton Congratulation GREYHOUND BUS STATION \\athingtnn.

son have moved; to the corner of i I again: Here's one for your I). ( 1.;>.!n 2VN ;
in small to be able tohow the Vernon Jacicsorj Temple Ate. l'hone 14T I
hope some way : my apprecia Cherry and South address book: Pvt. John Y ( it>' 40.00 3600

i tion in the future Crosbys are residing in the j Cowart Jr., RA:? t332I2.:? Batt. A 1'Ius I :S.: Tax
Tucker apartments on South S: ; 76th; AAA En. APO 157 :Sar:

Mr and Mrs O Rogers have Francisco. Calif.

moved to 437 E Call the i Don't forget the Lions Club
CARL ROBERTS '''Go GREYHOUND
Charley! Lockltars into the Pooset Talent! Show tonight So long

s Apt on W Call St. and the Chf- '' See you these .

:on Giiffj family! into the Dow Caroiyn _
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.. .. r or r I Mr. and Mrs. John Caruso of :Mr: and Mrs. Stuart Wallace of i Friend of Mis X X. Norton II I of the Clerk of the Circuit Co-rt on you are required to serve a copy of I' ,'01'" s '''!' .a- '..v 1: d.,1] ] t j ,.. .. .' -!
I.r I l-ti.i ih 11 dav ..t J.n. your answer or pleading .! -.. .. .. .
Jacksonville were visiting Mr Palatka \\'('re'Isitinj; their aunt will: be interested to know that to tk .11. Th. thL. .n.'
''li'56 otherwise the ; complaint .
; allegations of .n the Plaintif111. .1.1" i.n.n 1. .
I1 .Li..r
and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli on Mrs Frank Hoover on Sunday. she is now staying at Rocking {said C. .r.plaint wIll b.. taken a> \".. I I L J T iLm-! "I I. 'he- "|" "I'. t\ .Ind) ,

Sunday. Edgar Gunter of Miami wa Chair Shady Rest Home in ,eorof".--",1 I.y: > ou. //.1.--: .11.'I 'lUi.i.l: .1..t I ni... h .t ? ..- ,<>s, >... ,1| .'
I This nou.'ehall be p'ii.L!;ishd i !L. :. F'!. I ".la f .h.\\ -
Mis Smith in i i his uncle and aunt. Mr Gainesville.\ Mrs. Xorton has >nd..llht'.k for fnurt'l'n'.l'.1t\e ',
Kirby was GainesI visiting )Ic alio lire Hie t.iinal In the office of 't'.HI' :Xn 2J. ""a. .
C.tl .I ville Sunday to Tuesday visiting i and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. Saturday -1 been an invalid for several years graph.week'in the tradfi.id i".jn- Te.--- he.r ief"re Clerk the"f t.>t Circuit Court or ..." K'"i4., .

her son-in-law and daughter. Mi evening.Mr. and resided on St. Clair St. i I'..''II I 'li- d.n\ 't 1 Maj I''".'. j li 1 'I.l\ ": .J.I ,e. 1.. !h"S.W- ,niMio"; s.j r"N": ._
'I' (Oltl. lal Seal) Ch.uie .\. {'.IIII\' >
and Mrs W. P. Bourgeois. Mrs. Herbert Green :Miss Clara Leaman left Wednesday .iliirrvtiee tilt 4tla,5:4tarlts of salt 1':. .1 '
and Clerk r.f the Circuit
IN THE NEWS i Cou-t CODlDlaot111 t e taken as conte :\.1111. ,.. ,I.I. 'i. .1'" .. 1 '.
i Wayne Ed.vards !s In Frost- and Mrs. J. H Fields were in for a month's visit with!Icy Marian L. Cro-ly, 0.\ ''ie-i- d tiy you \ .i i i |I" ']1". x .n,.

i proof this wl'l'k'islting his j Jacksonville Sunday visiting Mrs friends and relatives in Pennsylvania :(i I ___ ill itnl I me Tills each notice wrek mall fur fuur be conseeutl.writs publishes. r Id..I..'.;.v : i .I', .1 1 s ', t
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cousins, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ellis Charles Fields who underwent and West Virginia. While la ireult r nrt. llradfnrd CuunU. in the Bradford County Tel. ': I'-, .' .,

Paul Knight -Ah, ha> ntvni- Mi! .mil M1'Macon: Walton | Mr and Mrs. T. S. Englebritzen surgery" last Friday in St. Vin in Carlisle. Pa. she will attend liirlda ma .\ll.titi; In < la'en.hamrrv.VIIK !! I'la" tii.r' graph 1'.or,1 1 'J.- \.l\\ \1.\1.IAU "'-.- fi.,, .i ''." -'. t .. ... .1.I .

,aiioninK in Foil LaudeidaU-! ol roinpano Beach were weekend of Stuart were guests of Mr. and cent's Hospital. her high school and Dickinson i''I.UII"U IMu.ml: /l'i .in ltTllI.I.IU! (il.tJo'Jt KALi, diaries .A uroj i I t, "1. \ .' -" .1':.?1
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visiting his mother Mrs. D. E gut sts of Mr and Mrs. H. C I Mrs. E. J. Dowling at Kingsley 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Malone of College class reunions. I of Pulilli-alion Ca-e and\o'''II'e 1".1:1O.d..r to: ny 31.1rl..n Clerk L. Cr\of the-b\. flr.-int Deputy r..nr Clerk ,, .I., .. n .. ', j.l. ;

Knight and his brother Hollis liitch and Mr. and Mrs. J. H I Lake a few days last week. Valdosta Ga. were weekend guest Mr. and :Mrs: Ralph Knight !j jwill i Iluitoii(:|>prar: Kdward dale uf I I..-.w.Florida" li.id .'.In-, :. v. -U! 4' ..1''", ".! : I'r....." .tIlan I.

V Knight Ritch. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and of11'. and Mrs. John Deas. spend the weekend in Tampa : nand addi.-*- i I" ::4.a'* :N'"rTh: ''> II' I: ul' tiTiH tiinx .' II.. t .1 j ..l..... ,'.'.. 1
Mi and Mrs. Leo Champion Mrs. L. X. Pickering attendedthe daughter. Janice, of Lake City Mrs E. W. Hayes attended the as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E '''llou.nd. Stift. ladelplna! ,, r, nn 1'II.TII: roit !I'.it.d the--: 1.j"1 j
dinner 'I ') You are required to appear on 1I..... ,... .. "Ft'I"I: > .
entertained at a family 11 Mother's Day Hatton. Mr. Hatton is principal' p Hill r. ;: .
Kappa Alpha fraternity were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pi Kappa Alpha (JllIU- II. 17'.n: in th. al'Ole ",ill .1 V: I.. i. 1 \ .. 'h.It'i", i
par,y Sunday celebrating the Mother's Day tea in Gainesville' Long on Sunday.Mrs. i Tea in Gainesville last Friday. of the West Shore Elementary !;a'"nI and. au"'. wherein pla'Pt Ms I I": ,. .' 'I. ."". :., .-i.t;. .''J, r \" .r. I
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eks duoiie. '' I l'
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ai.dlotitrol J .
Bill ale.
birthday anniversaries of last W. M. Edward" school there where Mr and Mrs i uMody .1' ". .1,1 .. .
Friday afternoon. I J. F Ellei bee of Panama :Mr.: and :Mrs.: of tumor. Inhlreii. .1.! II I

Thompson and Mrs. Don Champion )II s. J.V.. Kmcajd left by City spent a few days last week and Mrs. J. H. Edwards and Knight will teach next year. I Bradford County Telegraph shall I .

plane Thursday for Ashland Ky I with her mother. Mrs. Nita Dyal|I daughters. Gayle and Dianne and Mrs. C. J. Houpt entered the Weekly'publii-h, issues.this Order in next four Thanks A Million I

Mrs D. E. Knight and son where she will be the guest ofMrs. Mrs. Dyal then returned to Pan- :Suzanne; Judd attended the Stephen Ormond Reach Hospital on Tuesday -I I ttlttirlily hand and off; ,..ilveal ,

Paul spent Sunday in Jackson- I I i Joe M. Spears for two ama City with her daughter for ( Foster Festival Sunday at for major surgery. :', 1',.;*.at StarkFloiid.i. ihis Ala} >

vill. ; weeks While there Mrs. Kincaid the remainder of the \\eek. White Springs. :Mrs: Clyde Sinclair and Mrs 1! (OFFICIAL SEAL) To the \oters (if Bradford;
IVrsonalue.Mothers Day Mr and Mrs. Ed Sweeten and W. S. Slide were in Jacksonvilleon | Charles A Darby County \ ,
!i will be the honored guest of the Capture "MutlwrS Daj" in As Clerk of said Court. 4-
Gift; Bibles, Billfold Stationary 120th anniversary celebration of'i' Color ('autt-ra'.. for Kent at family of Philadelphia. Pa. are Tuesday. i r.f Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk.Slarun forsitinsr me a First: Primary Victory i
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Name in Gold at BulIingtonX.Dr .I l'.nl.1 'o. Smith HutUling
the Catelettisburg Woman's Club ISuIlingtonS.Mr. occupvins one of the Hartmann Jaiksunxille! Florida
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and Mrs. Seymour Iarco'flew which she founded in 1931. Mrs Mis. Guy Sale werevisiting 'apartments while Mrs. Sweeten'is ('.\ltl OF THVNhS: i :. 1 Ii; it hlOTICF. I in my race for re-election a< .:: : I
Miami for the weekend : and
down to \
Kinraid will also install the incoming Mr. and Mis. Ralph. training under Don Championfor Mr. and Mrs W. H. Eddy and :> 'I It API-K4H J" I
and stayed at the Eden Roe a Farm-Forestry position in In Circuit Court Ilradford Cuua.,. 'Il'l..rldal jour County Commissioner. in District ) I
officers at the celebrationMrs. .t t
Hotel while there. Dixon in Winter Garden the past family wish to thank the friends In ( hancery i iMaiv ,
O. L. Beasley is spendingthe weekend. the Gainesville art'a.Y'Onnf' of our son-in-law, D. Hariell tIJ'II t...\. riainliti. \ .. Mi1-! Three.
Miss Alice St. John of Darien. \\.if' I
I and Frankie Hutto of t..u .F fUrf.I .
weekend with Mr. and MrsC. "'
Rev. and :Mrs: W. S. McAliley for taking an interest in his welfare -
three weeks .
Conn home for a
visit with is her parents Mr. and C. Hoppe in Tampa.Mr. and children were in Gainesville i)1 Jacksonville spent the weekend during the misfortune that \ollce To Appear C.is.X.i lii.r.ini) fill try t to show my appreciation by :"hinsjoii: four I

and Mrs. C P. Tison of with the L S. Hutto family. T": :Milton F ""\. wh.-e i.-i-!
Monday \'isiting11':: and Mrs. C happened to him on April 5: also ,
V. S St. John of
Mrs more
Miss Marjorie Stith of Thomas- deiii and adi.ic I'" ..u9 :?!4thStittt ears impartial conscientious, and fair
Mr and Mrs. V. W. Strickland Jacksonville were weekend guests ;, C. McAliley and Dr. and Mrs. M '. for the beautiful flowers and nice Ni u portVvs. Virginia.! representation I
of Mrs. O. L. Boasley and Mrs j \ille Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Graft You are horebv notified that a
Tr and son are in Ormand BeacH L. Kokomoor. cards and cheeiful words. He i is on jour hoard.
Karr and daughter Ruby Lou of Milt fo.r |1'1\1'| >
with Mrs Strickland's mother i J.V.. Kincaid. i Jean :Mundy: was the guest of visitor back at his home near Brookernow. has been riled against you In the i

Mrs C J. Houpt. who underwent For .Mother's Day, Totted fierainuins Miss Pat Jenkins at the U. of F. Tallahassee weie Sunday above named Court and cause and Sincerely I
I of Mis H. L. Brownlee and family you are required to serve a copy of
surgery in the hospital there on fuchsias, Gloxiniaall last weekend your answer or pleading to the complaint -
bltlolllint! >istrunks.Mis !| Mrs. K B. Norman and Mrs Ill The < ir.-uil 4'.."rl Thursday. :Mr.: and Mrs. Mike Pickeringof .ludiri.il < in-uil; In tad I'ar Bradford ;, A. i ;In. n. ?tatke F'luud.ttand H A.Buddy( ) BISHOP JR. i
Mrs. J. L Chancey of West F. F. Stump leaves today )i Lulu Mozo of Jacksonville were Gainesville spent the weekend I'<>unly FJoriila.In file the original in the office of
weekend! for Amherst Va. to spend visitors Sunday afternoon of Mrs ( hancrrilrn the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
Palm leach was the 31 with their parents. Mr and Mrs. !..st .\. K.iinlt.I .1111)) :Maud.' M.n: "i 1 I., lot., tlii. II d.! ..' ..f ..him195G .
guest of her brother-in-law and week at her family home visitingher E. S. Matthews and Mis. H. B ,i R. B. Alvarez and Mr and Mrs Kaiitlrl his uiff, Plaintiff*. v'D.n ; otherwise the allegation of ,
sister Mr and Mrs. Wesley An- sisters. :Mrs: W. :M.: Brydonand McLendon. i' id lurld."lrr. i al. Drfrndant.I said Complaint will be taken a.
L. N. Pickering. NO III F: confessed by
drews They all went to Ocala Miss Inez Wood. On Iother's Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and Ross :Miss: Till: STATi': i.K FI'rll T" > This notJsnail you. h. published
on Sunday. visit Mr and Mrs. I Day the three sisters will daughters spent the weekend !il'l i' Miss Dorothy and David 1 r.inkliiildt-r.. ) if living and I once each week for five eonseou .
I Dorothy Alvarez were in Key- if il> ail. his unknown h-ir- .<. Loa th'e.ks !In the Bradford Count MY
George Cottman. I j celebrate their birthday anniversaries Ocala with :Mr.: and Mrs. B. F stone Heights Sunday afternoon tl lrtt. re'h at-r*. in'.4 n its ami all Telegraph. ; DEEPEST GRATITUDETo

II I with Mrs. Brydon's and Grimes. other 1.t'r".II" hunting l>y through l at.d this t daof :M.u I''",*,
visiting friends. <>r under him-other than Martha A.I'nrkhuldrr OFFICIAL SEAL '
) Charles A.
Miss Wood's both S. Stiickland of Gaines- Darby
birthdays falling Mis. T.
i and Mrs. J. V. Un- '' and her hairs at law Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ail man 2-c .
on May 13, and :Mrs.: Stump's on I ville spent a few days this week' devisees i legateesgrantees.. VUl .... Cy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ,
i May 14. They plan to celebrate with :Mrs.: Annie Hollingsworth j, d.'rhill and baby Randy of Homestead curs and assjpns-and all other j" r- j !{ 4t b 1 my many friends throughout Bradford Count j. who
1 are home on ten days leave sons claiming l ht', through or undrrthe
FLORIDA ; with a family reunion. I Mrs Hollingsworth; also had a? said I livid i'.nrkholder.) and any OTICK TO API-Kin

I IC-l t' and Mis. Robert Stefaj j: Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. E with Paul UnderbillMesh his parents. Mr. and Mrs
nelli and daughter of Pensacola j E. Cellon and Mrs. Eva Shaw of I and eliisie Jewelry in or lien upon the follou ,11 FraniMrnkland.) Plaintiff"
spent the weekend with their Gainesville. Bags IHK 1""I'ril..d land'in I'.iadfordCounty I t'rraldu; Mar. MIK )klanil. p.fenda'H -
THEATRE I I by \Hiitting & Ia\is at Florida to-wit: another term in Tuesday's Primary. I have tried in
parents. Mr. and :Mrs.: Russell Mrs. Ruty Johns was in Gaines The w..,quarter of Sonthra.tVuartrr
Bulling!loll',. I Case :Xo: In-1 :,2s:
Norman and Mr. and Mis. Henry I ville Sunday visiting Mrs Bert of Northwest Quarterof >otlre To AnpeariTo
:Mis.: J. R. Sapp and Mrs. W Southeast Quarter exoejit I .' r. .
Stefanelli. Genera laldinMane: Sin kland. '' the past to make lOU a Sheriff could 1 be proud of
the Alathua lOU
Fryer in ...
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I B. :Mundy: visited Mrs. T. A i the =North 411 fr.trti"n ::4To ,, uhii I. Mill o. i' ami add r. "' iv'
Hallmark "Mother's: Da>'" ('art1"at Hospital Mrs Fryer fell recent- \\'iishii 6 South. Flange L'2: !II;;:' K.: sti.'nd:; :'11".1. Oakland.)
Saturday, May 12 Only Steele and Mrs. F. A. Moore if Kast.Yon. '"hf.., ,".,
IXHJRLE FEATURE Bullington's. ly and broke four ribs. Gainesville on Sunday and .a'h ofou. at'lter.-..-1v11'4dird I YOU- are her,&h Y .teiltttA...".. u .h...*' a14U" and jour confidence as shown at t the polls makes me
.. .uatta-i that there has horn fileilin for
Among those attending the the <'m.mt Court in and for I'.iail- '

Heilong family reunion Sunday ford.. Coui ty, Florida' a Complaint 'Its.' been filed against you in the want to loan e\en better job in the future. My wife
!KII! .han.'h..r"lII Ernest A. Kan- above
at 1 Iiht .-knee Springs were Dr. del I and Maude May Kaudel. his named Court and cause and

and Mrs Herlong Adams and wife. \'". David| iurkholder. et al.
My Heartfelt defendants. th.. relief therein |.ra>"- and seen sons join me in thanking each and e\ery
fUlu1Dr and :Mrs.: Mask Adam ed being a de<.ree quitting and r.>nfiiiniiiK 1 i ACIT ABS -- lOc
nt'" Iaf and family Dr. Mark Heilong plaintiffs title to tjir landI.eieinahoxe -- :
ThanksTo d.>rub.-d, and it fiirthJer \ew and better relief. for indigestion one.
91 t...BR.JIJ.! 6iniUlp Mrs fame Adams Mr. and :Mrs: appearing fromaiil sworn <"j-iii- '
heart l
i Fiauk Herlong and house guest. plaint that the names of the dt'If.lldall" :I burn gas and upset)
AND I are tlnknuant a-SSeaas "tllm.II'h..1... for them '-
Mrs Lilv Damon of Birmingham. I I eerjhere.
t the good people of 4 therein sot forth and thathf mldirtses \\ .
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A.-i: \ !Approximately| :200? member and nsidenres of said deIfeiidant.s

r IDA IUPINO Bradford County for theed'Ewonderful ., Herlong family and friendstrended th.r.ts no are person unknown or persons and with-Ih.it i'I THE ('IIEPhiladelphia\ ('0. P. D. REDDISH SHERIFFOnly

x ) I the J eunion.I' in the Slate.Florida the s. 1'\ I., l'.i.

JAN i role given me Cal'1'ieJams has returned nf pi01 ess upon whom would I.i..i) Salesmen Wanted
; said all "-111 or unknown) drf.n.l.u-,, !
STERLING: > I tli,- home of her brother and that ......h known and namol il t. !I Itendant
in Tuesday's Primary. I" M B Herlong. after two and i. "\1' 111.. age ..f:1: \ .n"! I, -- -
CUD and that the an'a.. h kn..a'!
and for fine i 'lR months in Norfolk. Va. and and unknown nanlid di.f, nd.iiit .
MOORE your support 4T T.. knuIe! visiting friends an ; unknown: this i-. th. r. for' t.. ,,." ;', ;
mand each of yon.uul '.11 an I.. .
AUDREY+ throughout the r > it.sV L1. notified and reiiund t.. -.1'-I 3 Days to MOTHER'S DAY

I TOTTER o Bridges. Mrs. Jim Chas- a i op>' of your all'" .., "I'! .Mi.i"

Campaign. I cannot find tern and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ple.idniK I.. the I'liinplaiiit on Pl.t ntiff -
\, PHYLLIS I
6. \Itoine\s. xVilliani' A. i'r.h.I.
spi tit last Friday at the Brownlee u. lo\ !I"">. St.ilke) Klol ,da ..Hid,,, ,
THAITEI words to adequately express | MAKE
file the r..II'
original answn '
ii'tt.-iKe' it St. Augustine Beach.
I I ? pleading in the ..ffi.e of fh>- i"t! >rk) .j j"f
I. HOWARD. deep apprecia Mi and Mrs. C W. Savage andO the Cm-mi Court f..a -i.nlfoid, KOCH
:L my /
; W White. Sr. visited Mrs County Florida ..ii .r I., f. .t.' M..

C4lUII6IA PCMl of DUFf I tion. Charles Fields in St. Vincent'sHospital fail II day to do of so.June.lieir\.1'<.. .1'1"}t..",.;a ',.,it"r.-v '.11" YOUR HEADQUARTERSBE

.. J<_fin H CUMC .'.1IUIi ft ate fc..ne I W on Sunday afternoon win l I... l.lkt aK.llll-l \.ll !'''!' 'll." I I I Ilelief
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** h.'M tOfs,4 h LEeC SUd demandid in.ud 1 | la.nt
I hope you will continue jour efforts in my behalf in :Mi;. White. :Sr; has been staying It i heieliy ordeud that tln ,.n'j j
with the Field children in Jacksonville I ii e shall 1>e I'lIt.lI..h..1 oin < d i- htrek '
Plus "Professor. Tom" Car-
loon and Chap. No I Panther the Second Primary lay 29. IiII e\er be :gratefulto ; during Mrs. Fields' stayin \the Bradford for four ,cvns-eiume'".lIl1t\ liKiapli aerk'hi!) a SURE -- BE SAFE -- BE ECONOMICAL

the hospifal weekly) I newspaper published at !|
(;irl. I ) OU and if elected I will try to show my apprecia For .Mother's Day Polled I Geraniums Maike. .Urmlfurd Count\ Floi. ,ida. I IWitn .. -- ----
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's rnv hand and tin s .1] .i II i j jour
\V II. SMITH I'mlisias, Gloxinias all said I'Jr'uil Court at Sl.ukllradford > OPEN)>> :
I i tion by making you a faithful fair. and conscientious blooming. At istrunks.Mr Countv. Flonda this tin

Sun Mon. May 13. 14 County Commi-sion r. and Mrs F. C. Richards of :(:( "day"'"'11'1.\1."ffa. SEAL' A 11.) 191ri. I I JACKSONVILLE PRICES ALL DAY SUNDAYMOTHER'S

BATTLE STATIONSWifh Anahiem. Calif. are spending a I'harl s A. "hailiVcleik '
) of "aid a '1' ml! CointP.y
Sincerely few days with Mr. and Mrs. J Manan L 11 ,,.bp. Drpnly| '|Ik.1, ) I DAY
I E Wall. Jr. ., : II H': 1 i

Mr and Mrs Robert Underil1! t.-
NOIIf tn1TKH
of Charleston S. C. spent thj la rireult ,'""r'. llrnilford ('"un'"I,
HAROLD K. NORMAN
weekend with her parents Mr Johnnie Klurida I.: ..In.. Viment"haneery.1. Plaintiff\ \ ]'j' Our Stores Still Loaded With All Kinds Of
and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. '
Kinneth \\ \ im nt H. f. nd.inr I
Candidate County CommissionerDist. 1 '''I.rX". ln-l"i-,! :", !I|
Comer Perryman Of Jacksonville -

One (County-At-Large) was home for the weekend \ollf: KennethV To tpprltrTo Vincent who r ''I Gifts For Mother. .
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with his parents. Judge and Mrs r..itlt'n.- and addifss is I'nknoun)
fAA You are hereby notified that a suit
Z E. K. Perryman for diMiree. rare. u"odd and iontiol '
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:Mrs.: C. H. Quick and father. of minor diildien |)

; TO THE PEOPLE OF W. D. Hope spent last week inLudowici. above has been named filed Court aea'nst and you ause in and the A FEWSUGGESTIONS BOXED CANDIES

Ga. visiting Mr. and you are required to serve a copy of I
your ai,s\\'rr or pleading\ to the
Mrs. W H Jackson.Mr the Plaintiff' Attorney
complaint
on
BRADFORD COUNTY and Mrs. Ned Yanoey and Joseph K. SkippirM\ I t .".'I.I.1
I Title r.uild.ni, :. Ja. ksoiixiii.i .- -
'w''r children will spend Sunday in I i "'lorida.and 'tn' ;
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/ Sanford attending a family reunion -: file the original in the office /
express to you my deepest grati- on Mothers Day at the i' Whitman'Hollingsworth

One Mop :Wr\ t't"' Electric Clock '
home of Mrs. Yancey's: mother '

tude for your support last Tuesday Mrs J. P. Stevens. Remodeling/ Your Home? : -;

Cut flowers and foliage plants See Me For Your tiring i Waffle Iron

At Sis trunks.Mr. .
Joe Martinez 1
and Mrs C. J.. Williams of Mix Master

Tallahassee Wf'l'e'isitm Mr. and Licensed Electrician

Mrs. C. R Williams Sr. last Fri Bonded '
Toast Master
day. Phone 237iNOTICE: !

; Among those from Starke attending -
I Nunnallys
Joan Londan and Wil- Steak Knives
the McRae
family reunion I
liam Hendix

Plus "Fo Horn Lenhorn": ".' ,, were; Mr.in Bushnell and Mrs. last Donald Sunday Me- I i Electric Deep '

Cartoon. : : In buying Health and Accident ,
Rae and family. Mrs. Paul
Plus "Don't Forget to Write" .. Insurance you owe it toyourelf Fryers
Special. ;. .. a Bridges. Mrs. Jack Parker and to buy a policy which BEAUTIFULLY BOXED FOR 1956

'% daughter. Jacqueline Kenneth *

MHS. I,. M CLARK ;'A2r Grider Mr. and Mrs M. J. :'>1- include C'hiropratic Care. Electric Perculator AND GIFT WRAPPED FREE
The Chiropractor
.-t "4rt.I Rae Barney and Russell McRae. remove *
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i ': .,..., Mrs. Jack Edwards and son. ner\e pressure to restore normal Table Lamps
Tues. Wt'dIay 15. 16 )
I Wayne Mrs. Walter UndeihillMr function toa< h organ of

I fr in SINE I! .k and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mrs the "lid)'. In doing this many Electric Grill and All The Newest DesignsMOTHER'S

Louise Norman John Mack New operations, and nee U Waffle
SHERIDANCOGfc s'.me. and Mr. and :Mis: Arthur i is pmentcd.Itelow i Com. In

II M Rae and family. Approximatev I, such a case: *

Come Next Spring I.'KI members of the McRc Girl 9 had dironic colds! and I Shaeffer and Parker

'"nrt'! \ and friends attended the DAY
Pen and Pencil Sets
I RtPusie MWXXHtoon n tonsilitis. Removal of tonsil.,

uas recommended. Patient instead i
s iTa ., T. -
M tml Mrs Dave Paulk am'M
ri'crhnl a wrie of I
PIII "Hone Sweet 1GIne"ar- "I'M! Mrs Foster Shl Smith GREETING CARDS
( hiro|>ra<'tic adjustments<'h I
+tr 'hiefland on Sundav.W .
r.l Mrs. Morris Wilham.- nonnai/f! l each function of I Complete Line

Thurs.. Fri. May 17 IS "1 .gh'.er. Elaine spent the the body and the colds andtonsiht.'s I
You Can't
'\1' Waycrosse.. Ga. with siihsidtil.Consult !. I Of All The Beat Koch's For

.,,,,,,'<,. ,. t, : Mis J. M \\'IJl1ams.I jour Chiropractor

.. I M Mable Boyer returned first. I Leading Brands In Price, Service and Quality

.DANNY1' Tuesday after a four week There i is no charge/ for < onsaltations. '
1
\1 d1AYF.j ,'h friends and relatives: IfH I' Perfume -

f >: ;'1 nags Ark. and Durant I'HO.VE 10,,*

1 'K'i: : And Perfume Sets
BOLLINGER
M'and Mrs Fled Hess o;

j GOURT I, --- ., ..walk. X J. are spending': twc I CHIROPRACTICCLINIC S ; t'1U1L'

weeks with his brother. Charles
:.. rt _/ .
It I Iri ANY
JESTER Hess While here DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION
they
purchased 1 FILLED
Q.t: I --t ti i L (.l! .t ;;V.L d 'i All National Lines
/ i a home on Lafayette St. and wil': ,

AY ,":,- I II ( / cr return to occupy it in June. 3 Blocks) North of lW OfficeIn JP110NE

/ Mrs. Alice Smith and MrsSarah Starkelod..rD Of Her Favorite ,
( .
I Plus" Last :Mouse of Ila:udin' L- ,. Drabert of Port Aleghany :.;3
. Pa. have returned Methods Lady
Cartoon. to their home Cosmetics
I after Assistant :Mean; Baths ( ALL ST STARK 1FRIDt I \
t spending a month at Mrs
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I i Council Ponders :irantle and remove the old tank
..r,','- l&. c.f this month at the Communi- :..':' SI..-><>,) plus salvage material.
w STATE FARM :\ Club House This will\\ be the
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Nat' PH.D. ; ,1 list his:; social planned by the Cost Of RazingOld Hs: -ffer was not recognized bv

15,) Janrt Turner :luo until the Fall. The public i? the ('nun< II.! !hoxxever. once it -,\,>.-

invited to attend the barbecue Water Tank not submitted in the I
I'hone 1351IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA p1.nbvi
STRENGTHS
:: OUR SOIL OUR :
and tickets may be purchasedfront .inner.
,: any club member.
Soil Conservation r The c.)- C ,ml'll. meeting Consensus of the body seemed
Mi' .UM i M-I L. Wainwright i i f i All the Home Demonstration
here : to be that both bits were too
Tuesday. May 1. neither ac-
NEWSRy Week ,r:' i i'n.h UMtetl :Mrs. Q. c. Ed- i Clubs of Bradford County held a
.. ceptvd nor reje.. Vti a bid of S1.792 high and that some plan mightbe
in
the office
.. i"- .n; l L.mtv on :Sunday. I meeting of Miss
Kill Han- M ,did! Mis C. A. Alhvood Dorothy floss in Starke on Tues- pln.s salvage matoiial for removing worked o it for the ("::y to
!Soil Conservation Senlee ,- .,, I day. Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson Starkes oil i water tank from : '
Observed 'S. cnews: | that their handle the ait k A-itli it> nxvnemploee
.. >, I-1.: in Eugene Alhvood hat I clothing specialist, of Gainesville'' its present location and cleaning ;I > at ,t i.uiMdeiaoIe s.t\-

!Jw:! I5oaid '""I Supcrvisois for i- I. t ilL.\ appointment to An- met with the group to help them i up the premises.. The bid was
ings. Action the!
I:: m.ttt'l
submitted bv Lax-on was
'J" Br.oltuit I Soil Conservation Here ; "i HI. .- Xnal Academy. He expt plan the new program of work to Andrews and
,. I start in the Fall. Was the only olfer received atthe tll'layetl.
L'It. :it met at Lloyd Green'sMoue tot.ut m the June Class. There were
Ainliate membership card ) M I." Joan Mynihan of Jacksonville several of the State Farm Club time set fur opening sealed The nt''a tt'r tank erectedon

\v I presented to lirownlee & ',\.IS the weekend guest of I I members present at the meeting iMr I proposals. the .tyV. pa: gltlundparkpmpel
Cb.steen'arl'house., Farm Home t ni>i' aunt and uncle, Mr and and Mrs. R. V. Turner had: Joe Gum!>I'!', 1m alA'elder:"waspresent !\' on 1',dttt toll! be

& Auto Supply Gulf Oil, Dave Kefinishing an antique maple xiashstand during,,, Mrs J. C. Wallace.Master as their Saturday night dinner at the meeting and sub- ready to g,I into oiu.ition mahout

I'aulk, Johnson Farmers Supply. ; their \Vond n..tini..hinjorJ..h"l) n.ntlI'r..., Drant Turner spent the guests Dr. and Mrs. T G. Ritch nutted a veibal offer to ds- two xxeek

Shell Oil Carl Horton, Stark? 1 left to right, Miss Dorothy Koss, Bradford County weekend in Lake Butler visitinghis of Starke.

Builders Supply, Bradford County' e Home l Demonstration>> Agent, Marilyn Cox:, Mr,. J. grandfather Roy Turner.

Telegraph, Slade Gas, Rayonier.! t. .r' 15. White, and )fr.;. t:. L. Cox, all of Heilbronn.At Mr ana Mrs. Call T. Edwardsand Cheshiers '" Your
Bank at Starke, B. daughter Of Gainesville Buy HomeMr.
were
Inc Florida left ;lfr.;..K.: J. \%helan helps ;Mr.. Paul l inkins -
T Thomas Lumber Co., Starke supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. HOME E
Sr. of Lau tl' ', measure the hem on a dressshe
Tire Sales, Jack Jones Groceries. I L. Wainwright on Wednesday :: and Mr*. George Cheshier Own
completed this year as a Sewing Workshopproject.
of night of last week.
Corporation i have
ana Container : I purchased a homo on Pratt'St.
| The State Farm
Woman's Club
Anent a.These I from Mr and Mrs. Wm. E.
lompanies are showing Over ISO Bradford County girls sewing workshop. four leaders in the Senior Gills'dix'ision. held l its first monthly club meeting Owen. The Cheshieis are now'

their interest in the welfare of and women participated in the The Home Demonstration program !! Tuesday in the home of Mrs i BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
Owen House li'ingat their home on
The Highway
election of-I i
Bradford County by taking partas observance of the Jlth National she said designed to Miss Ross stated that assist-I' of ,
fleets was held and also plan 11(0( and expert to move to thi '
affiliate members.Soil Home Demonstration Week, April provide members all over the ance and guidance are legularlyj i |' 11
1C! to May 5, according to Home I State with leadership training and available from Home Demonstra-I were discussed for the Barbecue new home in the near future Will Build You A HOME On Your Lot

Stewardship Sunday book- Demonstration Agent Dorothy hints on becoming mOre successful tion Agents in Florida on almost ,

lets were mailed to 20 Churchesin Ros!. homemakers. any common homemaking problem 1 BED ROOM
$ 995.00
the County, and the Board of Food, from growing to preparation Affiliated with the older groups II including foods and nutrition, I SAVE on INSURANCE -

Supervisors would like to thankall and freezing, was the main I II I. and completing 71 projects of clothing and textiles, housing. j your 2 BED ROOM .
who took part in the Sunday, project of 1955 for the 64 active)I home furnishing, household $1,595.00
May 6th, observance. members of Bradford Count)"'; their own during the year were ment, home management, eqUiP-I' 20' DISCOUNT ON FIRE

six Home Demonstration Clubs, 116 members of eight girls' 4-H and safety, child care 3 BED ROOM $2,095.00

Frank Norman, J B. Whitehead Miss Ross re'ealedith smaller Clubs in the Council comprising velopment, family relationships 30' DISCOUNT ON MOTELS 'I

and J. O. Bass Jr. made requests groups also working on home Bradford County. family economics, good business I
for a soil conservationfarm improvements, wood refinishing'I The gills scout groups also I practices marketing and con'I'I 1020'Discount; On Automobiles .1 I
and furniture t 23 adult leaders and, sumer buying, and public
plan. Their land lines have rebuilding, and a comprise I Hou-es are Completed on Outside ith Flooring and All
been located on aerial photo- ,

graphs and a request has been I .77 TVVTVTVVVVV.nTVVTVVCLAY er I'G..e of Starke, and his wife, Buy Mutual Insurance And Save Partition Studding Inside, Only

made for a soil survey. I i Melanie lives in Augusta, Ga j jMe

Scientist T. B. for Houston.the Soil Area Conrer-I Soil i HILL SERVICE MEN 1953.Gee graduated from BHS in |I! Quick. Claim Service N'o Membership Dues ', Tampa .. Quincy -. Perry

vation Service, prepared soil and If Sirs. J. I.. Stricklanduuuu.Au..ui. ___ I Two Licensed Agents To Serve You NEW OFFICE AT
capability maps for the farms of I PALATKAEast
Marine Donald C. Richie II
Philip Martineau of Graham, J. .... Cpl. ,
V Edwards Jr. of Brooker, Don son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richie j DOYLE E. CONNER on Road 100
E. Champion. Dr. A. J. Barry oiStaike Little O. J. Padgett, son ofMr. t of Rt. 2. Starke, recently returned I AGENCY
and Mrs. to Va. aboard the Atlantic
Yougan Padgett Norfolk -
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and V R. Ferguson of I I If you cannot come see Model, Call us at Eat 53317:
Lawtey. These maps will be used has been very ill for the past I It It Fleet heavy; cruiser USS i 136 W. Call Street Phone 2S5 I Collector write and our representative will call on you.
:Macon, which IS
days
completed
to prepare a complete soil and I week with an ear infection, but :, II
water conservation farm plan on is some better at the present. I of gunfire training in the Carrib- .

each individual farm. Andy Padgett small son of' bean area. !
'
Lillian and the late Harry Pad
Sgt. 1-c Robert E. Beam, whose
L G. Johns of Hampton used) gett, cut his foot Saturday< but r j j3f' \
wife. :Montez, lives on Route 1,
the District's grain drill to plant was able to come to church Sat- .
Laxvtev.. is scheduled to leave the The Most
millet for summer grazing. J. B urday night and) Sunday School I Appreciated Gift
V S for Germany late in May as 1
.
White used the District's rotor and church Sunday,

(vcle mower to mow the weeds I It seems that all of us in this a part of Operation Gyroscope Is The USEFUL Gift
the Ai MIX'S rotation plan. Sgt.
m his Coastal
Bermuda
pasture. section are getting the rain we \
Beam' unit, the 3rd Armored
<
P. D. Reddish used the District'sseeder wished for, and probally more t
i Division now stationed at Fort
oultipacker to plant Pen- I Monday of last week Jim Stnck- .
Kn x Ky will replace the 4th
Jal'ola Bahia I
grass seed. j land hired Grace Lang to helpi
i him make up some potato beds Intantiv Division in Europe. Sgt
Ream i IK an intelligencepe; < ialist
GAINESVILLE 1 When Grace was starting back Gifts for
WAREHOUSE DEn ; home she wished we I mild get and l9Jrt| entered' the Arm in March; the whole year.'round

V some rain. We did that afternoon
lur Local Ia'no\ter Agent
| three inches or more and have

been getting rain ec i \' day Keystone Couple.

since. Some told Giaee the next Pfd Raymond; Sassei son "fMi Escapes InjuryAs

j time she wished for nun to not : Hid :Mi-! .1 A Sasser: ot t trftarke

wish for a flood! Anywav the t ;l' ,tending .' -pe nil Car OverturnsMr By Popular Demand \

j water is coming up in our well I!.IIUllIg tour se with the list Inv
d again and the crops are glowing. I Regt at the :Marine Corps Base and Mrs Dirk Clapp of Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
Our Stock of .
Y | even the weeds! Camp Kejeune, X C. The course : Keystone Heights escaped serious .
includes all phases of combat I injury last Sunday afternoon I
| At the close of the Long '
MOVING STORAGE Branch revival three of the mem- training coordinated with the i when their car was overturned in ,9
I boot I an accident about two miles
taught at camp.
bets Homer Smith of Highland. training ,
riume GainesvilleFR6.3221 Graduates will be transferred to north of I.axx-tey on Highway 301 1
Sidney Wellhausen and Jimmy &te4too
They were turning left at the
Collect 'lI gllon. Mated) they felt called to I permanent duty stations.
Roadside ::Market operated] bv .
the l1Iinistr '. These three all led
PfWilbur Kenneth Griffis, Alice McGarvey, when their vehi-
m prayer meeting and the two I I son of City Patrolman Wilbur I j cle was struck by a following car
bo\*. Jimmy and Sidney i led inprayet ,r'eIs -
and helped in everway Griffis graduated from Radio |, driven by Winikoff of New the Largest and Most Heautifnl! we have ;;} 1.b...
School at Camp Gordon, Ga. on |I York City. offered. If'ou not satisfied *
already -
I could in Training Union and i ever are a "1 /1
COLONIALFLORIST I R.they A. work. We felt that the April 11. He is now taking an j'|! The Clapps crawled out of their j Esterbrook user, ask the man who owns \\ \ r \
eight-week radio technician course overturned car, and were -i
apparently Pens Tenets and Desk Sets byAmerica's
1 three xvould make the decision be- I 8ne. '
at the Radio School in Frankfurt, I uninjured although later ; I>
t I I fore much longer to step out in I ( Oldest Penmaker.
Germany. |i Mrs. Clapp showed signs of shook I!
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'full service for our Lord.Let's
i 1 : B. Martin a passenger in the; 'tlile.Pak Sel-dainly \
all remember Mother'sDay Ocie D. :McGee, specialist 2nd ; other vehicle suffered slight cut ,i puri il* pen and --
"v PHONE 218 services at Long Branch class, recently graduated from the I and bruises. I I The Popular' pencil In handy find.
this Sunday May 13. All are wel- field radio repair course at the I Highway Patrolman Carlo oble coil Choice of t
ome who will come. As always, rmy's Southeastern J point, choice of 6

(j) i there will be dinner served at I II | School, Camp Gordon Ga.Signal The accident lusJ'rowho pressed investigated charges of driving the DESK SET pestel colon $5.CO

I noon. 25-week course trained :McGee: in too close, and disregarding I j ,Avlo-Fll Desk Put Sel-with the 7+

i 1I i 1 May 20 is Homecoming Day ati, the fundamentals of electricity a signal against Winikoff, who ) I pen that filli Itself from a giant Ink-
In Black
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I fountain In the bait Fountain-bose
FLOWERSFor Oak Grove Church. All ate invited I II and radio. He is the son of Walk9999000ooooaaaaa- posted a S75 bond. j jnnnf ..rj : ? need Ink only 4 times yearly in

: to attend services there, and to1? aaaa ,.... ... .... ... 3.25 ; normal vie. Choice of point, choice
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All ==== ir 11 ir ir
Occasions !j stay and eat a big dinner There!j-------------------- 3UUUUL-3UL.1LJL-I Id of color . . $4.00 :
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', will be no service at the Clay / ,

DISH GARDENS Hill Church either of these Sunday ,Why gamble? In Colors I b ,1
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POTTED PLANTS i 1 mornings, but will be held ( !

POTI'ERYFloU'er8 ,i days.as! usual Sunday evening both : This time make sUll! 3.75' ;.

The Clay Hill church wishesto Also comes with chain attached for use in I

'WiredAnywhere' announce their first Homecoming -' Now you can buy the Motels, Restaurants, Banks, Service Sta sI i

services on June 17. We tions, etc. ;

would like for all former memo ,1I Quality Gas Water Heater' E
I I bets as well as present members
Nona St. Starke and every one else who will come .
for this service. As all know this with NOWYouGEI!I The I

is :a very young church, only :/ Delete "K" ..cV.I J.l-
A fhnod tfie point leev6deep-ar fler.
about three or four years old eFyourchoke bf\okhnondmQlthlngPvsI.! i

.. Before that it was a mission of MORE FEATURES Ideal I M.ko) Hie barrel Penh Cleaning metal! copi.Cifi ,
Long Branch and was conducted'at : % t-\\ boxed . $1.71 I
.-..- J. L. Strickland's residence;, Gift -
'M :
i MORE VALUE I Give them an
I until we moved into a tent which i Esterbrock-
xve used for sometime before the one of many beautiful pen and pfircirsers; :

building was started. We have ONLY PERFECTION WATER HEATERS COMBINE -..-., for or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be :

progressed nicely in the last few 5 QUALITY FEATURES FOR LONG-LIFE, SURE VALUE: I presents of easier smoother writing because :
eb months, ever since the building Student
5 started. We will serve dinner at 1. Choice of glass or bonded-zinc lining protectedby I you choose the right point for any kind, anyway !

the church on June 17. warrantee! i of writing. More than 30 point ityles. i

Homer Smith will be our speaker ?. All connections we'.ded.! No "screwed-in" pipes to Teacher,

this Saturday night at Clay invite spot corrosion! i NEW '

Hill. Come and hear what this 3. All tanks, individually tested,controls tested 3 times! HouseWife

new preacher has to tell you 4. Outside jackets enameled ingde and out to halt rust! I REMINGTON OFFICE EQUIPMENT
There will be no political rally I
\ Hours Lost 5. Dust free base! r05 \
to attend on this i
fur anyone
In Minutes i, night, so we should have the 11.1J.h... When in need of the Heavier Items of ;J :

iI i house full. C E. Crawford will I, tI. / or Office Equipment Desks Chairs J: :

IT takes" many an hour and be the speaker on May 19, and ,I Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices :p .
Bobby Knight May 2 5. I'm surf 1 I I'vTOMATlC II Compare this typewriter and you
First. We
a dollar to build an ; I 1, can offer you overnight :
many ,,
1 you will not regret being pres- will be convinced that here is a BusinessMan

automobile but, in one'!! ent to hear any of these men tell ...-.-......WATER.. ...."EATERS.......................-.._- -'=. I superb portable typewriter that delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the
tragic: moment it can be de- | you what they have to say. sc ;; .: :;.: ;;.e t] gives you beautiful printwcrlc end opportunity to quote. ;

:-roved and worse Mill, jourl| some on and te with us. I a new ease of operotlon-t's quiet
Bob Barnett the Gideon rep' $6.00 Down -- $6.00 Per too. It's the only portable! with
savings may he lost too in a '
"ent.ltl\'t', was with us Sundayand 'J Miracle Tab and :34 other out-
Month for Months
lawsuit. information 16 TERMS IFDESIRED Also MachinesTERMS
.save some enlightening standing useful features. Budget Remington t Adding

1 j on this organization Term.Test Typing trials! arranged.

Let u* provideyou with complete that has placed four mllJw'lBbll's 20 GALLON WATER HEATER : TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE _
Automobile insurance li in public places sinie it

I was organized. The Gideons were .

started by two preachers and Free Hook-up to Gas to 15 ft. of Tubing
H. C. Wall\ AgencyPhone now there are more than 20000 up

men of different denomination
who donate their time and moneyto Bradford County Telegraph i

this wonderful xvoik The Gid SLADE GAS COMPANYStarke
eons need more contributions for
200 E. Call Street distributing Bibles and Testaments .

j so if you are interested ." Phone 29 Starke, Fla. Est. 1879 E
! Starke, Fla. x spreading God's word your help Florida Ef i

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Mr and Mrs John Houston Johns. dirt from windows. The ideal] ('.,rrie Gasque last weekend The Paul Bennett famih were

LONG BRIDGE I oho lived in our community many 1 commercial cleaner does a LAWTEY' \\oodiow carried his mother home : Sunday dinner guests of th' NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300

AND NEW RIVERMr czars ago. | thorough job, then evaporates with him for a Msit. i, Webb Kerseys: in Starke. ,

Mrs Minnie Granger and son j completely! leaving nothing on the By Mrs. Joyce T. FutchkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Mrs. Elena Bowen is employed Mr. and Mrs. George Robeit- PROMPT COUHTEOrs (O FIDE TI.\L
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>. E. .\. Sapp>> I IAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA Junior Gibson, and Virgil Fipps glass. Results are fine so longas at the Starke Elementary Cafe- and Mrs. Effie Miner were i":

rec'enUy'isited little Wayne Gibson you ((1) use enough to wet the teria. "I j Baldwin Sunday afternoon f,II'! a MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. I

I who is a patient in Hope glass thoroughly, and (2.( scrub The Fourth Qudileiiv! Conference Roy Griffis family visited Mr j visit with Mamie Oli\'er. ,

Mia Mary Dukes, Mr. and Mrsriv.ses Haven Hospital. i i iMr. \'igorousll1en the glass is and Mrs Donald 21S AV.
was held at the Methodist Buddy Kilgore in Jacksonville ; Brandeis returned fiom University Axe Phone FK6-r,333:
l hoden" and Bill Dukes and Mrs Jo' Lazenby of' really clean, it fogs evenly when on Saturday.Mr. (' weeks revival at Cauaiielle.and
two
i' breathed '! Church: on Sunday Dr. R. E a iaincs\ille.; Fla. I'
(I" J.i'kson\die visited their brothel ( Oklahoma were recent guests of': on Rutland, District Superintendent. and Mrs. Carl Edward i. was happy to report thatithere ,
For the mirrors which receive 1 I
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs I Fonnie Crews. Other guests were i and Mis Rutland of Gainesville and daughter. Linda of Gainesville (' were 53 souls saved, i Besides -

True Dukes, last weekend. ( Mrs Jessie Ijzenby and mother. !j more frequent care the class\ attended the services.. Dr. Rutland : visited Mrs Leona Ed.vards iI | several rededication I

Mii Nan Moody was in Gainesville -: Mrs Rhoda Dowling, and Finnic' || cleaners containing waxes are brought the message A covered'i at the School Cafeteria Tuesday Miss Elizabeth Terry was srI > *-si That's Our Business

on business last Saturday. i,I son. Donnie, of Miami. !j j fine. They go on easily, have a dish luncheon was served at the afternoon. iI I I overnight guest of her sister S S I
Mi and Mrs. Jim Thomas and' carpenter I dust-repellent surface and need. If It's Glass We Have It!
George Andrews is doing noon hour. I Misses Gloria Anderson, Joan Mrs. C. E. Strickland, in Gainesville -

mother, Aunt Mary,of of take the Obey But- :: work in Douglas, Ga. He':[';,, only week to or be so.Moistened. polished lightly every I i I We are sorry to report thatMrs. i Wilkerson. and L. G. Wilkerson I I last Friday. / CALL WHITE or VISIT

!creie guests I I1.lo.Jys his wife have been living! Jr -: were Sunday guests of r.eand
I and ; can be Steve Starling is a patient Mrs Lee Smith of Tampa a:'-
Sunday evening- I: there for several weeks. I| newspapers in Mrs. E. C. Harvey in Highland. I Joe Peters Glass CO.
i used to remove dust and lint from in Doctors Hospital v rived Sunday for a short use! 1;
Hill;
We are glad to have Joey last Diana Donald !
Mrs. Mary Snowden spent your windows. A soft lint free Starke. and Thomas were I with her aunts. Mis Mary I Ren-<
of Baltimore, Mil. back with us week with her daughter Mrs cloth or chamois can be used for Mrs Collie Griffis and family weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs j| dish and Mrs Lou Noiman He-! FOR ANY GLASS NEED
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for a while. He is the son Hill of. Sampson Johnson, in Gainesville I i, both washing and polishing glass and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griffis Mac MiKmney in Jacksonville. !i mother, Mrs Nellie Osteen w h.,' We Design Modern Store Fronts
Mi and Mis Paul Hill. Mr. Mrs Emily Moody enjoyed a visited relatives in Baldwin on Their parents Mr. and Mrs. D. I has the month wrl j1
filling I. Dip into water and squeeze as dry spent past Just Mail! Us A Pattern for
the '
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nn e owned and operated nice visit recently with her son j as possible. Frequent rinsing wi11spet'll !' Sunday. I IMr B. Thomas went for them Sunday her sisters and Mrs Lou Norman -
Table
station and small grocery I j and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs : the A and Mrs O J. Eoyette of afternoon. I returned to Tampa with lWI i Tops
job along. soft
store near: Long Bridge. I i Chester Moody of Keystone and Mrs. I 13131.11'. 1th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2.1353
Mr.
Mr and Mis. Harold Shiver and i[I i ii : sponge; too can be used and wi1lIS3'e Valdosta. Ga. and Mis. Glenn Williamson and son I on Wednesday..
i Heights. J Raymond Williams of Jackson- Robby. of Jacksonville, were Sunday -,
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time
of i I I and labor in drying a M r and Mrs Albert Riihml.sof
)sons of Gainesville! Saturday were guests night ':) Mr. and Mrs Tom Hodge and!| window. I j j ji I(i vine were weekend guests of the dinner guests of Mr. and !I I I Anaheim. Calif arrived MnnI -
Nan Moody 'I
Mrs
i children of esburg were recent ;i To ht'lp keep the windows clean EI Durban familyA Mis Troy Bennett and Gary. I I. day to spend some time with

and Sunday |I guests of11'.. and Mrs. O. B ', longer the screens should be removed birthday dinner was held on Mr and Mis Bryant Tinker their son-in-law and daughter NO DOWN
Mi and Mrs James Lavender Mr. and PAYMENT
Moodv. and cleaned. They are eas- ,, Sunday at the home of and fannlv of Fernandma. and i I i Mr and Mrs! Preston Green '
Cookof
Ted)
Si. and Mr and Mrs. theirdaughter.
'I, ily cleaned by rinsing with the Mis. J. D. Clarke for Mi and Mis. L. \Vauronght?:, Mr and Mrs Guy Andeisor or

Jacksonville were visitors of HINTS TO hose. A stiff brush may be usedif Mary Jane. Those en- and family welt' Sunday dinner Jacksonville were weekend !guest,.
the James Lavenders Jr. on Sunday '' with
i the screens are especially dirty : joving this lovely affair I I guests of Mrs. T. C. Edwaids I of Mr. and Mrs -lI1frt'II,| Rigdi-n

I i HOUSEWIVES Thus may prove to be an ideal job:I j i the honoree were Mr. and Mrs Miss Katherine :\IcDa'id'I'lt! I $ 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Mrs Linnie Drake of Lakeland I, for the youngsters!: of your family. i!j I Perry Newsome, Mr and Mrs. L i iI j led I her parents. Mr. and Mrs I II S300 -- $10.19
and Mrs. Lettie Hucklesby of srUlNd WINDOW and
No matter what your method Henry )kDa\'lrl. in High Spnngf Window
\Vildwood visited their sister Miss With spring:( in the air many of all of Staike I : CleaningReasonable ?
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I'i sparkling clean windows alwavs Sunday afteinoon. MONTHLY PAYMENTS -.
Ida 'Ilelritt, and brother Jimmie our house cleaning activities areI make the outlook blighterHIGHLAND, 1, Mrs. Garah Dorman. Mrs. Carl i Pricen fiOO $20.17LOANS
I 1: Heand Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson
Menitt Saturday and Sunday. moving into "full)] swing. Per- I P<'avy. Miss Alene Brown and I I
!I I the and family were Sunday dinner Outside Only :30c
nephew.1 haps window cleaning is near up
They also visited their r.VVVVVVV.VnrnVVVVV'v, Mrs Ernest Peavy of Ocoee spent UP TO $2500.00
her .
James Lavender, on Sunday. I I I top of our list for these busy Saturday night and Sunday with | guests; of parents11' and ,i W. S. AGNEW. Prop.

Mrs. Chester An.ftews recently:,: spring days as it is for so many Mi and Mrs Blaine Teston I Mrs Noon Molt in Brooker. I II 'j'I 313! (C'lierrr St. Starke. Ha.
homemakers.If I Mr. and )[rs. Buster Bennett'
visited in Jacksonville with her' Muss Alice Raulerson visited I
and son, Joey, visited the
son-in-law and daughter Mr and: window cleaning is real her ousins. Gerald and Carol j Johnny

Mr Shelby Turner Congratulations -I, drudgery for you, it might help I: liy Mrs. Lucy NorinunMr Smith' at Marietta last weekend j I Bennett family at the State Farmon Why Put Off .
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to the Turners on the I, to change your methods. There Mi and Mrs. Winton Parrish Sunday. :'I:
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firth of a son, Stephen Larrie, on l I i j'I ale many new products on the AAAAAAAA I and children were Sunday dinner The students of the Third Needed Repairs Paint Your House

April 11. Mrs. Turner was Miss i market as well as the old household and Mrs U E. Sapp and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fled Lang Grade and Opportunity Room

Mary L. Andrews before her marriage standby. It needn't bethought children of Green One Springs in Maxville I with their teachers. Mrs: Hamilton BEST-KNOWN *

| of as a chore any longer were supper guests of the Lace\ 1 Mr and Mrs. L P. Rafu.se and and Mrs. Lyles"Isited Ma- NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Add a Room Screen Porches

Mrs Mae Granger of Jacksonville i! Many times your windows and Normans last Friday Dinner :j iiighter Joan, and :\11'. and Mrs lineland last Friday. Mis. Arthur
recently visited Mrs. Murlie mirrors can be cleaned with clear guests of the Normans were Mrand George Sweeny of Green Cove Redding and Mrs. Vicky Jones BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BAT INCLUDING

Crews antIrs.. Fronie Moody warm water. (Never use soap. a- Mrs Dick Starling and chil- visited J. O. Stokes in Inverness and daughter Brenda accompanied RANGES FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER

Mrs Granger is remembered a? .I, it leaves a film i Four tablespoonsof dren of Heilbronn. and Mr. and on Thursday evening. them on the trip. WATER HEATERS SYSTEISU.. REPAIRS AND REMODELING -

ML-.S Mae Johns before her mar household ammonia to a gallon Mrs Floyd Norman, and :\11', and Weekend guests of the D. R Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ParrIsh of AIR CONDITIONERS

Mis Charles Mosely, all of Jack- Stokes were Mrs. Leon Gill and Ii Like Butler were Friday overnight WASHERS & DRYERSGet ) LABOR AND

sonvillle. family of Live Oak. Mr. Gill who guests of the Aaron Sum MATERIALS

Mrs Sarah Norman went to had spent the weekend with the I mers. The Best For Less

J Baldwin Sunday afternoon to get : National Guard at Camp Blanding. }Ir. and Mrs H. H Hamilton AtSmith's

her mother Mrs Zettie Padgett ': came for his family on Sunday I had weekend visitors Mr and Applications At Our Office No Obligation

:I who spent several days with the I!i afternoon Mrs Lynn Hamilton and Norma,

t 1 i Edwin Knights. Harold Eunice was a business i j Hamilton of Jac'ksom'ile.! Garage

Mr and Mrs. Truman Pease visitor to Pensacola last week I Mr and Mis Pete Burne\ and! ,

We Wish To Announce and Grandmother Pease of StMans. Mr and Mrs. O. J. Raiilerso'j i j family of Amarillo, Texas and E PRIG I )LIRE i

Ga. visited the Lacey Normans -| of Jacksonville weie Sunday evej j IF.. Bui m-v of Jacksonville visite'! Sales and Service I S RKE- _

last Friday afternoon i fling guests of Mr and Mrs L Mrs Georgia Ann Sapp last week _
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Mi. and Mrs. Vernon Griffi. P. Rafuse. : Miss Arthurme Blanchard ofJacksonville We Service All Makes of _
THAT TilE '
and daughter of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bennett Green, Mrs Sel- spent the weekend; I:lectrical Appliances' -BUILDERS SUPPLIES

Mr and Mrs. Vernon Starling and ma Eunice and Mr. and Mrs 'I, ht're'Ith her i.imih.
606 \
children of Heilbronn were Sun- Harold tunice'isited little Miss Mr and Mis Flank Wells and! Temple A\e. jcrLLt5 .
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PURE OIL diy guests of the Albert !'or-i.I, Karen Lam- in Umatilla on Sun- daughter. Nina of St. AUgU'tlr.r I'HONE 120 i J'ALArpdI

man*. day.T.. i|I visited Mrs[ Effie Miner and Miss' iI I

Mi and Mis Burton Coruth- W. Tatum, C V. Tatum and (I --- --

ers of Jacksonville visited Iluth Misses Louise Dixon and Eliza-j I

Marr last Sunday. I I; beth Tatum carried Mrs. Fannie I r '
SERVICE STATION
Mr and Mrs. M L Thompsonof Tatum to her home in Ripley I

Jacksonville visited the Lacey'']! Miss last Fi iday. A cousin. Rip-1 II I ,

Normans Sunday afternoon. j i Icy Meeks. returned with them
i ji 'to
Located At The Corner Of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Norman i I for a visit .

Madison and Walnut StreetsIs and Mr and Mrs. Charles Mose- Mis. Joyce Flitch attended thiI i' .

l !\' of Jacksonville were Sunday I i: wedding of Miss Amanda Wilkerson -i

dinner guests of the L. M Norman and Robert Smith at the !I ,

Now Under I, Highland Baptist Church last Friday I t '
Mis. Sarah Norman and daughter I' evening '; ,
1 Rachel, were in Green Cov i Ben Rowe of Jacksonville! who r. I

l Springs and Baldwin last Fi- was the weekend guest of hie'! !' 1
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NEW( MANAGEMENTWITH day.Mr. I son Claude and wife attended =---- '-- = =:: '

and Mrs Homer Smith had, services at the First Baptist -- -- -- --=- .:=: j

'as Sunday dinner guests Rev ,i Church on Sunday. "-

i and Mrs. Iligdon of Long Branch :Ninth Oriole; t'layI.
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and Winfied Wilkinson and Rev Huge :siucessThe -
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Emory of Jacksonville. students of the Ninth
DAN PRIEST As Manager Mr and Mis Oscar Vansant Grade presented one of the best

aid children of Callahan visited plays; to be shown in the Laute\

filendand leiatues here Sundiy SI hool in a long time. The setting -

AND was in a typical Hill Bills

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HAROLD DAVIS Asst. Manager outstanding Mr and Mrs performance.Leslie PhiMip-!

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mil son of Starke were Thuis.i: '

II) 11'1.nt'l'1 Nornun4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA niKht guests of the O. J. Philliji.-
family.

Last Friday afternoon the Mmlleburg ,
We Invite You To Come In School tame over .,
for
Hi) Bollinger of Staike a member
double-header ball game with run
And Pay Us A Visit of! the services Gideon here conductedihuii'i Sunday boys and girls. We defeated the

girls by a score of 10 to 7;. The!
r.ornmgrMr t\s built up an easy"score
: and )Irs.1.. L. lIokomH't of 11
H H B H H H H I I| H HH| to 3 over the Middleburg boy
last week for their home IP >
Mis Paul Dinkins
IM.uvare after spending the winter was shopping -

in Orlando: They stopped in Jacksonville on Saturday
SPECIAL WEEK-END Miss Annie
OFFER Lee Crews
,,i\"-r for a few days: with the And : spent
the
i < I Normans.: weekend at Clay Hill with

Cay I Rosier of Ocala recently her sisters. Alma and Shirley ,
i and their families. 1 hi, liiiiii'li, ilirl u.I, !Il 'in III II'
visited his parents, the J. M ,
l In l'
ci tan now el'r .1. 0
Mr .jiiii
Free Lubrication or Wash Job Busters and Mrs C B. Hiatt and(
|'daughters! visited
Stephen Foste
Mi and Mrs. T. N. Norman !
and! son attended a family reunion Memorial at White Springs or

With\ Oil Change at Bushnell last; Sunday Sunday R afternoon.The L. Bradley. family! and First. V8i

and They:Mrs of were Olustee.Robert: :accompanied Taylor and by chIldren Mr- outing Miss Lorraine at Gold Priest Head enjoyed Branch or an ford goes with the 225-hp

Sunday i iI i
H Hi HHH Hl The Eldon Sapp family. Mrs I Mrs
I Annie Ree Mejers spent
Louise Norman and son, Gerald

Complete Auto Service 1: enjoyed a fish fry at Grandin !: Saturday her parents night, Mr and. and Sunday Mrs with Ed i Vow: you can hare a 225-h.p. engine with Fordomatic Price

I. Lake Saturday together with I Carter for less than the top engine in any other low-priced car ]
some friends from Starke.
TIRES I 1 Misses -
--- BATTERIES Patrons and fnonds of the Heil Jud.F'rankle and Bettie i / with ordinary standard transmission! In Performance Safety
I Wamwright were dm- 4
I Sunday I 4V
bronn School will enjov theIr annul net guests of :Mr Economy
and
ACCESSORIES p'i: -nil. it the siho.l 'ha" Hilliard, and Mrs. Luther I Until you slip behind the wheel} and sign. too For example there the deep-

-... I Friday > :Mi and Mr.Ed family Carter 'sample the sizzle of a :?2 i-h.p. Ford center structure of the steenn? wheel Mares lIOlltCAS
and
1 ns visited; 1 then daughter Sadie, V-8 for yourself the best thrills in that helps to protect your chest in case nrr on news araao ;rcono4r4a.uratnrtrs wen

_. ." aikru.iie! laM Friday i i rnotonng are still ahead of >ou. For this of accident dotiljle- rip door latches 1 11I113,.. i = lor. ter, f lor.. lop..ra.
. ,, te of! ()OJ.' ,."" .r _, ,
doors under
toredllccch.lIlet'of .
': delivers
,
opening
M' ind! M's Len, FieMier: of1 I miglty engine performance yrtaTa.e Mao a gerprJ(;'d.

The Newest In Seat Cover Styling! For Your New Car Interior) H: 'X'"r. II;? Ir.n \\.110' G.i3- that will set your spine atingk perImpact.. &.1:I'l1or.n A;tAii rnl"i wr taeaar9. ..........:'JI I fo,:i.

I formance that will recapture again the As for looks, everv ':36 Ford took its

fun of dnvinc performance that st>hii5 inspiration from the

CLEAR PLASTIC leept ford the trorltfj largesf-selfing bird. They're the most ThunderFORD first
goes
Now Open v-s: in Ford's f field. I

r Truly Ford first with this 312
goes
In economy, too, Ford goes f first. In
cubic: inch engine-largest ever offered!
SMITTY'SBARBER the 19-36 Mobilgas f Economy Run. ain
a Iuw-priced Yet, even teamed
AUTO SEAT COVERS car. Ford V-S beat everything! in it class- Now? An & .cOIIdii ".d ford cosh lest
with Fordomatic it costs k& than topengines
mother including Sixes as well aj Eights. Come than many divm-prk<6d cars!
SHOP low-priced with
cars in now for a thrilling Test Drive When J ,
t standard transmission! Try on* rvwvy.
Custom Tailored Your"SUREFIT" ju> >ou return vonll ll1lldf>rstind uitFord/
to Court Street
95 Court houseYOUR Opposite Ford goes first with Lifeguard Deis the V-5 wIth t tit!; r..,> ',>!lo\vmg.
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3 4 Individual Car by Experts .

PATRONAGE
WILL BE GREATLY

CHAS C. SHEPHERD i APPRECIATEDD. Andrews Motor Co.IADISO


TKAIHO SEAT
COVERS .

' I L I'HOI ", TERINf, H. SMITH
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Phone 2,9:{ Starke Fla. PHONE IB Starke, Fla.
Owner & Operator

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I'.\( : IIGIIT: IHt\III'OCH COUNTY TELrC.KAI'H STAnKE
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1:0.:. i.. KXI.:lIT. a widow. Plaintiffs You are hereby am I ,--- -- -'- i

I It' \ riKoltcK: : elll..:, Hal. suit has been filed in notified the above that( I.Mcrri.li..n 9 ;of Lilt 9 in *. T. R .Vcre-, O" ,,.-r TaxeL" Or..crriitiwn !o. T. It. Acrci Onlu' latr.

,i Defendants. I titled Court and 'n-I Hattie E. & Charles i
c.tio' xxhei.-m 1. \\ Jlaxcs b D
r: Home Demonstration case X... l -ld": L. Knight is Plaintiff and > ou and. j. Clark l.2 Lot :. of Tk! 1 in .
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iiiinrn: or PI in.K' tniiT AMINO each of you are d.f ndanls. and i Lots 7 Thru 14 of Sunny .\.s S: iL.t > Sam ju'.it ::: ,
IK K 'In1'1'111: the relief :. of Blk :2! IM
-i. sought b to e labh-h.1 I Blk 4 of EV
(1 ; :) Notes THE !STATI: 'W lo'IA'RJTO: I quiet and confirm plaintiffs till I Hay.D SunnAcres S DAH .siI.ert T _,';; : : ;
t J. J. Ilaimans. 1 Isabella Ilaxmans. to the above de-,.r.t.etl lands as a Jack Hazen :.<0 TVU:: of Ilk ;
.IrnUlt Loll Xu"I.., JfliliitLOU, fee S of R 4 \V i:
.. lIltCT i simple till theiet
I. ; 1 by and to can I
w".I"-A --. L M N..I.1... -
)] t.\: :. S nOROTU-Y ROSS Drurv IV.i.h-li, .l.s-e v. JonesCookAei -, ,\. i eaoh of your fr..m a enjoin Tax Collector XE', of SW"'&

*!. Itrl...ita F. t ','iksy.) i any claim to said lands ath'"l'rlillg'l i City of Starke, Florida Temples S D 21 6 2! .
/) ': ; 17v' Ban Itt "1'Ella: L. Its. It 11";: Lots l'ufu. J'ip-\! t _
.: ;; Home Demonstration Agent ll\er>, n Plaintiffs title; and you -- 6, T of iik :o .
.1 \t', the plaie of resident.e ..f ea. h I! letiuired to appear in aid <.uu--e and in X-Iteno S, D !.
I of a h"l1I,. iinkiioun. and if.
the unknown heirs devisees; grantees leading to 'plaintiff:: complaint;; on I Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be Lot 1 & :2! of Blk 1"\.Jl' -.

iTutntrnir UooU-n-4 i a child. Kathy carried a foods lien..is creditors and other peri' plaintiffs attornev. Hollii V. o sold It Ilubllc auction on the 31H day of May 1956 at Starke the 24 in X-Re- I

With summer almost here project in addition to this one. >uns claiming any interest in r.r to 'I Kllighl. whose adtir.- is ::itarke tUilfltY Itf Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes S D i
( the hereinafter des.ribed lands bx, 1 1thiough Florida and file the original in the !''h..r..in Sot opposite to the Santo. together with all cots Ilf such sale Lot :: nr iik i i', I. -tUiie Fl..wiiX 7":: I,
winter brownies. -
Hilma
Tanner exhibited I
niiru: people are storing under or against each audi office of Clerk of aid Circuit Court. and advertiing. Oahagan .< I> KX

\\'uolenand we hope safely She served as president of dri-eased, and the unknown heirs, all on June 1, 19:6. otherwise thealtgatins }, lIlt- ;

fiom the reach of moths Make her club this year and helped sell dexisees and other. grantees lienors. creditors nf the complaint will betaken Jlr..ril..i.... ... l H. .\.4' IJt\ her Ta\4'- Lot :3: ..f Plk ::! in'i: !
per.-ons claiming any Inter as .nf"Hl'd by you. liahagan S D .
for the drive ,,! .sine your clothes are thoroughl:> peanuts polio or to the hereinafter doarife.l This! noti.ehall .l'.. published I :. jOfRIk :2! in

before storing. stair Farm I-II (luh lands by. through under or once eai h week fur four consecutive New III HI\'er Town of Oahagan S D X, !Li Hard. .. ;
e.tu 23-4:! :
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C against .a'h Archibald II. Johns, week,. in the l.radford: 6 20 YaH.n Thomas 13.22 Lot 11 of Blk in
To piotwt clothes from moths, The State Farm girls con.bine1 I r Ada V. Johns Jacob John", Hetty\ a duly qualified County Telegraph Lob 29 IS. H of Dlk Cahagan !:'D .
newspaper In Town of 1..1.Liale! y
P.Vjnn..
pill paradkholobenzene crystals fun with woik Saturday morning I IVlly M. Cone, Erxin published in said County. X.", JIlter :;;-2. Lotl3ofTIlkJln !
Johns. Thomas J. F. Johns. Marion 6 20 R. C. Caldree %.U .5Uahug.iu S'D"on
in naphthalene Hakes or balls in when they exhibited their pro- l L. Johns Jeremiah Johns Laura P. I ODtHJIIXII! : : ISSrEl* this SII f.r S\\i! of 4 at N\\ (" which' Cone \\illiam 11. April 2th.oil"FIeI.I.. l r'5B. NIt4! :H 6 20 10 EstaGantling 2SnfR .
the container or closet in jects in the Woman's Club. o Kixers. V. II. Queen ,
I :SKAI.: : ) '
I Kixers. each deceased and all f.i K i & Kim S fift
they' are stOI ed. As these chemi- ;I Girls exhibiting were Mary hawns or claiming: any persons in- i-IIAKLES A. I 1'\Rny., 1.1 I: I-X 1.7 A to ft for A POR. I

'.iis\ they produce a [) Martha I terest in the following dest ribed I'lerk of the tj t < lilt Court Of I. Ernest tdwards ruin Ir.n ft. S !
( evaporate ( ugger, Long Mary Unds situate in Bradford I llailfoid Cotinti Klorida A .:': of N'" of -- :.ft fi. w 60 ft. i
To be effective' the vapor Edith Adams, Ct'ui&ty n ; 'isOIKI 1..t 4 &: Lot i & .
vapor.| I I Adams Patsy .Florida to-wit : | 1.-7 : X :ii ft 1,1 TOP

IIII1"t he in concentration sufficient Sweat. and Sylvia Starling. They From the intersection of the I S!: of Lot 6 'I 'I :0 lS; ligham Enterprises in Tt-mules S 'D !,
!\nrthill" of Madison \ : or ivi'K\: 'i'ION" 'I 0 M \Iii i:x nv !1' 23
tr. kill insects. I I played games and then enjoyed the \\>*t line of Walnut Street with ..U'I'LI1111' t'un ll' U. 2t :, 'I of Lots 'I, Inc. U... I J."t tyinlIn Kl't:/' Rlio..n : i

The container which may be a refreshments.Guests I in the City of Staike, Bradford1I Street III'"< ii IIK.I: I:I \. Lot 9. 10 &: Si5of S\\': ', ..f xwf ,
I' 'ounly, } M'rolialr I..." liti 12 EX 1/3 !':E', Ifirt ft X & !
Florida
trunk ('hest box. or garment bag. weie Mary Ann Long. thence run I A in SW: Cut ;
In Court 7 S l.y :5 11 ft E
I North 72 degrees 26 minutes uf the ( oiinly Judjir.llradfurd 7 %(0 !li Ciltham Enterprises &
should be air-tight. If you stoia Faye Mercer, and Linda Kay Al- \\'..'.t and along the Norm line I Cuuul" Milr ul 1'lorl- Inc. 16.. TV a Dc' In J'

the woolens in a closet, see thatit vaiez. of Madison Street for a distance ila. X'f, of I'D Kk 71 fg21J

is tightly closed. If there are I(: Rniiikcr. 1-11 Club I GIXXIXU f.f 50 feet; from for a the POiNT Point OF of UI-Be- I, In re In 1'robalr.the IM.ite ,,f ntVARD I I :-\\,1. EX SW4 E 3 of A 8 1 20 Ii Bigham Enter- :: 6 2? Fr.u.kiKiace\\..>I"; : .. I

ciaiks around the door. seal them ,, Members at Urooker exhibiting ginning thus described run I PoRAfiFOIn $lM I'O 'X. l lp..a\ed. I L"I" I. 10. 11 of prises Inc. Z6.U I C'ITal ::iCor t
North 72: I' TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN::: .
degrees f X\V
minutes'Vxest "
2S of Sl1.iRun
1111. ,
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is lost if 1 III Ward
Protection
with their work last week Annette
tape. were: Notice is (
herely
and given that lle-
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along the Xorth line : I City K 460 ft. Xro
th. ,.!<>set door is opened frequent- ;I i Dukes Ann Gainey, Ruth of Madison Street for a dislan.-e'I IIIf beica Jane iin--on' has filed her I I..t Ii tit JJk 1 in S S 20 G H. Parker 5.ii: ::: ft. E 100 ftfor
NT.i fl final report as Executrix of the
feet thence Ward l-uis X !Iu
1\ I i': Mann. Detty Jean Allen, Carolyn 1. degiees :31: minutes run Kast North for :, estate of Ed u'ard Bradford Simps I Lol" ... 4 City ur Clio h 7 ac Yrc L. A. Green 5.2i ft. E ;5* ft. S

In a trunk-size container. use ; Gann Janice Green Claudia Pad- a distance of 103.5 tt>?t. thence i > deceased; that she has filed her i In tui : U ZOO ft. W 50 ft.

ore pound of ciystaK flakes or gett. Juanita DrawdAnnetta run South 72 degrees 16 minutes i petition she will fur final I di-iharge and that I LOIS :, 1..11)'. II of j 1 20 Guy Barrell 6.211Ik I to 1'U1t 22:! 6 !! \\,1 : : .
apply to the Honorable
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Kast for a distance of 37.50 feet :2o: in Ward Bet at SW Tor ofNVI4
bull.Scatter them between i: Mott, Mary Jane Bigham Barbara thence run South 17 i I JTheroii A. Yawn, County Judge of: &ty of \\'Ii &

layers of garments or blanket j Jean Green and Linda Gayle m'.l"ll'l, \\'"st for a distance degree.Z3:c.f::i Uiadford County, Flori "'. on the I :,;.J,;;It.! ::;....._ 8 1 20 J. W. Thomas 3.59 Run t: along. i,
10.:.5 feet to the 21st day of May, I!.j6. for approval fI 1 90 40 Evelyn F S.-.. Line .">t>0 ft
In a closet use one pound to each.Ji Green Virginia Parrish is en- I situate in Point Lots :of, 4;feginiiing. -- t.f same and for final dischaige as: I NE1 of lOW', & Thomas %1.8(1 for }'(OR X 200

I uO cubic! feet of space. The vapors rolled in the Sears Poultry pro- and S c.f Block IS of the Origin-' Executrix of the estate of ,,' IIraul.rd I :;J"::', of .XV.. 4': ft. E 50 ft. S
I al Town of Starke i :Simpson: deceased, on this: i It l.. of XnIf! 200 ft to i, Set-
aie heavier than air. The cry- ject and is raising 100 New thereof rett.rded in as p.'r lOot 1 1::th day ..April, 190$. I J:; & Line \V along t,
need Iii
tals. flakes or balls should therefore Hampshire chicks of the laying "N" at Page 739; thereof of Book th ', Rebecca Jane Simpson: \\ ..r NEI1 or ; 2C 10 C. F. PlIlgett 3.8 C See line 30 ft

be placed in a shallow con 1 strain. liublif records of Bradford Coun-" Kxe.uirix of the estate of I NEIL X of STI to POPBeg 22:! Ii 22 Levy L8ru _
I ixI-lt.ri.1a;: Edward Pradford Simpson deI I! l.t I..... .:- at X\V Cor of : :.

tainer On a shelf. or suspended |, I erased. 4'1'u 4t ;5'l-1 I 1 w.o. .,... .. _- u \.\. ...-,. ..:,,-,-f.

fiMin a clothes rod or hook in a I I I One Lot in SE Cur v 1 J.Y.. Ttiomas Z.f Run E 2:0': ft
'111'11'1': of I \'i'i:\'liox" 'I'nIIICI":11 NOTICE I of X J of Lot 1 W for POP x 10)

thin cloth bag or perforated container : : I'IC 1'11'WI"11: I N'.tite i is hl're" given that the f..I1.\\ing d"H..jI..d lands of RV 4S3 ft J:: Ac ft. W 50 ft. -5
1! X"lkt> i- hereby given that the "oltl at IllIblic aUl'li..n will "I' tt by 100 ft. E
:
on the bt day "f : 3UO ft on ;" ft
Jtine 196
undl'r"IJn'II. ntl.' the ,, Stat k.. the at City Hall, City of 1 X .
U r provision Couiity of to FOR
I 1r"lforli. Stale uf Florida l & 54 ft 22 6 22 \\ .
10 the 1ti B.
Bet'auae of their tight construction of 1'h.iptei0'tr. :. Laws of Floridatts f..I' Tax5 herein act fll'l'ooi1c to the ltay alllount "II 13 Charity Williams 3.5(1 S 3A of F.V. of Iltnd,': :. -
'
.\ of 1941. will such al" altO same. t..gelhber with all costs dill'I I .111 'I .0 !
register with the XtV'4 of \E'i of
\t'ni"lIIg. SW'i of
I SWli
cedar chests make goodcontainers Clerk of the Circuit ____ ____ X
Court in ando of tD SW'4 5
7.- 22
23 12 Barn Green 6.! "n. .
liana ] ,
Treat chests that are for liratlfortl Coiinix, !Stale of Klor- Ieu.t..rjpij.ii S.. 'J.. Ie. .\f'rr.. II" her t.t. :: of NII1 11 l :: 80 L C. Clemons 202: :! All EI, of XW'i of II', ,,4 .' -.

several years old as you would I i ida, ux.n rt..'..ipt of proof of pulili- Lot 1 of 1':1\.1 I IS :! l.f St,1! of XEl X of RD 24 Ii 22 10 IMu-ard I..\0 l-
I Dlk B :: .
ration of
this notice the fictitious in X\\.I, Lot 1 ofRlkfhn '
any other container for storing name t.f Cirdit lureau of Starke Llandme SDV C. L Wise 2.62( 3..5 l ndlv.d"d Jut 23 5 21 11 llrs. John T. Kirk lUll Blanding S'D C L. TieMrs. _

articles susceptible to insect Klorida. und.r which we are engaged \ JU ft of X 103 ft II in S\\. of 8E'. Lot 5 & 7 of Blk .
in business at 121:! II Call St.. of L''s of XW'4 & All SE'S of It in Orie Town
damage. I Starke._ Fla. Of :Sli'l.: hf:10'1.' -.. S\\"I 1-: (of Hard of Starke .
Tl .
W. :\. TrimMe) TVayi.mssn.. w"4 "ft"V'S 2S 6 2! Eugene iiuni.r 3.62 Rd &: All Sfl, of Marshall T
Woolens can be protected from \ ..ginia c. Harris, Glj X. Myrtle \ of E'i of XW'i! 5 F. I SW'S \V of Com :21! (, fl ..: r.f H. -

feeding damage lv wrapping inpapE'I' St; Starke. Fla. of S'\'II :!j"3 Shaw 2.62 hard Rd ":x that XE ('''I' t.f Broadway -

or sealing them in a card- Datrd tinTth day of April, Ueu at NW Cor of I Part X tof Ir nd & Hovt St!:
A I).. I'::;';. at Staike, r.radford ('...unI \\,1. ..f SW'i, Hun &: Ex W ft 25 i S.H & Run X ICS:; ft.
Wainwright
hoard box. Before wrapping or Kloiida. K 250: ft for POP. i'1;' (If XEli of 5 21 'i5 W. B. .: 52'i: ft. S' 10.:%

i 5 4 It ;.1 2JM X lOv ft, W 50 ft. I XEI i W 52'i ft to roB 25!I 3
sealing be sure the woolens ar
not infected bv trushing and TM'K 1'0 .tflKtltIB In Pol* 22 6 Tr. a Henderson 4.62 I S\\i of SEI. 1 of
22 13 6 21 fO Doris Dell Etal 12.39 LJT & COS S:/D KUiabetli
sunning them. Brush thoroughly. Clrrall (:oDrt. Bradford funntyFl.irltla teg at SW Cor of -\11 m'l. lo: of McCoy .
I
: In <<< hant-rrr. K"C! .s'Wit & I River & -\11 WI Agt '0.. .:
e!'pet lally in seams. folds and i iporkets !..tt\ Eli/alteth Kubj I'laintiff vs Run lo: Along U I or XW E of Lot 3 of Blk 2 in

In making a paper bun- 'tail Thoina Ki..by. Drfrndant. Sec Line 560 ft for I River 15 4 !i' leo W. H. Edwards. L T & COS ) 'V f.i.uvenia 1.1.11. '11 ; ,._.
I I'OH, X 200 : .... E 38 ft of Lot ;3;
Case Xo.
lU-li O 3 I ft. E _.0.?
Jr. v
die. arefully fold back anJ seal ;I XW' of Blk 15 in L T
E
\nrlre T, Apnrar 5'J ft S 200 ft to 'j, of River 30 f 2! 60 w. H. EdwardS .
the edges of the paper. i 1',,. Earl Tlimnas Kirby Sec Line TV Along Jr 19.94 & COS S/D Enoch T\s. ,,n _o-., ".'
re.sidt-nte. in Clriimlale( South Wb"1 '4 Sec Line 50 ft I s w's of Lot 14 in BUts :25! 26 in
Senior Girl.III ( 11111 j Levy Lennon 6.13 WOodla"11 L T A COS S 'D R. Rand'
line am) \\ h... address is to IXtR 22 6 22 1'8 5 22 3 ("arlton G. : Ij'ii 4':
Even though this is a small ,.Ulemidale; South: Carolina. Com at SCor of Williams .v.&(1 Lot 3.: 4 of Elk
these have You are h_rnby notified that a I XW'!, of S\V', I X'. tof XEli of 40 in L T &
done
Cioiip. girls some ,' i't for Hun E 4"0 ft, X SE'. 21 5 2! 20 Agnes Thomas COS S: D 1.itly A Lonii-!.

niightv fine woik this year! l nj'u .'..fly and control of I 2JO ft. E 30 ft Wainwright _'.5-_'I Jacksoil III )k; ; ,. ..
for XWI. f.f !:\\Ii EX Lot 1 of elk 1in
List Wednesday the girls minor child stippoit and alimonxi I PoB X 2WWFt
ex-1 i has been filed against you in 1".1| I.: .".it ft. S 200 I 111.-\ in XE Cur 22 5 22 :!ti.I Almes Thomas L T A: COS
hibitt-d their work in the agent's !above named Ucraldine Smith 5.13 SD J"hn 11. "i I I- 4 1
: Court and caus. anti I ft. W On; ft to POH 22 6 2: Wainwright 9.415L I
office and invited their mother? you are required to 8..rVIa copy of Com at S\\ Cor ofXW' I LoI :5. 5. 6 of Blk ots 6 of Plk 1"
y our answer or pleading to the com- of,1 2. J..a"'tt'y W of in L T & COS
in to see the display and enjoy'o j ji pla-nt on the I'laint'tf' Attornev I Hun E 460 ft' X, ltV rx E 66 ADD II. nr !'I. L"I. !M 1.

eft eshments.' TV'lliaii.Fill' hI'. ('. Box 1., 2:0:: ft. E 100 ft 2'3 of Lot" & UlkI in Temples
$(.tI )he. Flollila for POB. X 200 ft. 6 O. J. Phillips CUij: ADD EX Lots I.
Ehzabeth I'revatt exhibited n ,and file the original In toe oFfice CotIh. I i: 50 ft. s 200 I sos 5. G. i. & S __ _.' 2 & 3 of Blk A. A.
Horace or "tk :2i:: In Ann.sM : .
Colbert
dre c Bermuda Clerk of 5.12 4
pl.iiil ; shorts and \ the Circuit Court on or j n, w ;o ft to PUB 22 6 nat
.. .. LSWtey W lOf IIY S. ,. If). 11 of
I .r Lots
a set of place mats in her clothing theI day .f June, 16: ; ; Com XC..r of )lr5. Mae Wel1.Agent !:.
otherwise the of Blk 23: in TempleADD
allegations said '.91
SW'1: of SW S':. f.f
4 Hlk :; in
project. For the child caiepiojett omplaint will be taken as confess-I Hun 1-: :::.0 ft forPol" Lawtoy W liliani I I. \\ i '
'ed by you. 1 1I of RV George F Young 3,1(1 Com at !SE' Cur ofNF.
| X
she made a diaper shirf 100 ft. ESc Coin at
a I.int
at of !'F-II of
i This notice shall be publishedonce ; ft. S 10ft ft. TViu ,
I
for her sister's fhjld. and some each week for tour consecu-1 ft I.. lift :2 2 6 22 James Alexandria 3.81 CorofStSt&Lake Ave XE' & Run! X

miMleling day made from flour tive week. In the Bradford County I 11Telegraph. Com at STV Cor of IW siIo of ST&: St.on for 11 ft.a POB.TV 107 Run ft
I II I
salt. and food coloring. I I'tt.tl this : ; ..lax of April. I11"! .*.I| X\\Hun: ,E c.f 460 i'\\ft '. Hun X 24) fl. WI X 111: ft. TV 100ft.
N iO fJ, S :20! fl. EiO
E
S 115; ft.
(OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darb
i
Vida
Jean Oentjy displayed a > 460 fl for POB, ft PAR with Ii 2!
:29!
I ft
100
Clerk of the Circuit Court 1..p'R S. W. II..I-f., ,.
t I.: jf -
N' :! Lake
I ft. 200 ft. Ave to FOB .
sheath sun dress skirt Cor of
XK
a and By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk FCon .R' at
w :it s W of -
ft. 200 ft RT'
.-, I I,0'lIn i B rtha Seiner I SE'i of XE,
h'im.se a/4 4t :5/2: 4.31 L
combination. and a boat- tu PoBCoin 22 Ii :22!:! \ al Pt :20 ft P. :lrI C. hem 5 I."I Run W 3".5: ft.

neck sport blouse. She is also : ....0I'I>I \lt I at X\" Cor of I X or the Cur of !SS'.OfttoPORThen' : S
1ilkSof R 2 ST i't & LakeAto
''In (irt'ult (' llrnillurd : E 130: ft. S
currently working on a home improvement -| inirl I'ltunty, E -
& Hun S 60
Florida: In.Markalee C hltnf'pr ft & on \V Side :.0 ft. TV 13:* ft.X .
projert. She and her for a POP1. RunE i flf ST St & Run 50 ft to POB 29 II 22It Le'i! Hu, hi. ,
.1 f.rriPl.intiff n. 60 ft. S :10 ft. TV : Cor ..(
parents are doing her bedroom! ] ll.izi-1 l ilaiiis I r r i lifffiitlant. f.u ft. X 50 ft to I X4):! ft. W. i 0 ft. Com!PE'i" at XE of SI':'.
.
over i I C.X"." 10-1507; POB in Temples Ella Ellersoll 4.49 X 20 fl. :0 ft. Run W 11116.11 ft.
I
Marilyn Cox has done a good I '..Ii.-.. 1u %|i|>enrI !SD EX B/W :!l' 22 : S GII ft. E ::eX201t.E7Oft ft, S :Sr.t: 5 ft. Then

I IT..: 11..1.-1 l Mains. uh.."e reMdenceaiitl Lot 19 of Blk 3 in William W. Parker 1.81 E ::!I.G; ft. ?
job on her yeast bread work this a.l.lress i.s: I'll I..IIOn.. IahaganD I., to rot) 1'0)1 in Town !l411.S i ft. W 401.!
You are hereby notified that suiti Lot :23!: of Ulk 1 2 in Lautey W5of .
year. She has made many different a HanlP Cohen !.62 J:' ft. X 94" II ft to
i for divorce IahaganD i If01lz0 Griffi 59.11 POB ::10 ( :IS! S3 Ltroy WI'I.; : 7

kinds of rolls coffee cakes, has been filed against you In the Lot 2u of Blk :2 inix Curtis Williams 1.6 1t i I..t 1 S1t of Lot

and foreign yeast breads als? above named Court and cause and Cahagan SiD 11: in Town of XK' ff XTV, KX
you are required to serve a copy of Lots 12 13 of Blk Lawtcy E r.C RY '5 A in SIt Cur
(d.iutjhnuts She exhibited sponge your answer or pleading to the I :2: in tiahagan SID Irene Willi. li.2' Lol 1 !S'I) of BlkI W. J. Barber 'i.5!r : 6 EX 2 .\ in XELot" ""
complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney : :I! 6 2! I"S: MiF.si. .
bread and coffee cake which Lot : of flk 2 in Xola Harden I : in Town of ': -
I.St
1 K. K 1'.r".'llian. Starke Fla. : 14 ofpik
IahaganD I S Thru
I 1.awtey .: of RY
evcivone. sampled and enjoyed and file the original Tn the office Lot :: of Blk 2 in One 1..1.1(10 feet E LuciJe KitU!! 3.litl 4 of 1-: TVHaves
'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Levy LennoR I.S1 J.tck Hz
In addition she has a strawberry onlitlore 4ahagan 5.1).t & W 10)' Zit ft N S'P II J' .
lor the i day of L 2 of Blk 2 in .... I i' inStVCor': '. I SO A in STV Cr>rof
patch from which she has been I Georse Griffin I.Sl
niSi; otherwise the
; lUhag.tn: S 'D ..f V>t Ii EX S EH of XW'It.f
fiei'zing berries. She also said Complaint will !>e taken Jllnl"'l 52 Ii !? I T J. .
haSj: Lots !6, 18 of Elk 1 EddIe Adkins 13.96 1T ft ill J.awtey SK1, ALL ...' .-
tamed confe-hed by you. in iahagan SiD F: IIf RY leO K of Blk 6 in
i an electricity project. I This notice shall be ) Lot s of Blk 1 inahiagan ( iii' 1..1 126 ft E Lertha Florence 'I.0t i: I Lincoln City W illiam M, I.,. .j '. ..
1.U'datiller modeled full I once each week fur four consecutive
a (: :S: D EX &WbvlOOftPJ 1 I..t n DESC fin.
.skirt and slip which she had week In the Bradford County Tele I H TV Aaron nolle %.31: &Sin SECorof 77 Page :5S5 33: 6 2? A J. (',01 t. iP. -

graph. ", Lots ;, :2* of Blk 1 Lot l' ill 1.awteir 1.. \ in SE' 'or of
matte| I ai.il tin- day of Apnl. 1'6; T. C. Reed 'i.n F: of n\- 'r'- "
in These girls have helped with lOffiual Seali Charlea A. Darhy Lot 1 & 2 of Elk 21 Lonnie I is 165: fl '.f Lot 32 Jenkins Est %%.!? in!. 10.ft: SQCom 34 I 5 -- ." 'H M f.J. -
Clerk of the Circuit Court I in X-Heno sIn Flowers 3.43 In Town of at SK' Cur of

'utivities' during the year such 'Hy, Marian I.. Crosby Denuty Clerki i l..t v of Blk ID inXUeno l.t\\'I. E of HY Allen Scott xF-'' r.f EI.Tliln .
i 544t52; ; ;:; Tsarethier Williams ...$
1.9i
:i. It.illy Day. and were counselors !S'D' I:. I a W .f HO on SSide \\- !II ft
of J.ol ::15 In FOB X !;'
All TV. of Blk !5S f..r
at! > Marilyn was awarded 'III''' i: 'It) .%rr.R l.awl.F: of RT
amp. ...rI: 4 TV E J. 3. Smitli 3.Iil ft TV iO ft. S
In Irruit Court. Itra.Kurd ('UDIII,, I' Luit 42 In
tcrtificate of TV Town of ?-' ft. F. 'j 0 ft to
a at ".H Club Day at Line ofxi
Klori.la In hnnrrr*. I '
: J.awtpv f: of RY "4 6 : Kii'h: \ n !f'. '
: :> Will! Lee PORLot
the :State Fair in February: for Lent. .1 .ii. s. riaintiff, v-. Jia Temples 1"f S D STV, 21 6 22 S Rufus Rigsby 1.: 6 I W 1.of Lot 43 In S.I! S II '.f ':tk 1 in
llriflllla'i; J..nl'-'I Tott "f
he.ng an outstanding club girl in C'X"'. ; I. .t !' of Blk 2 in 'Iberl Tyson! I.S1; 1 E of II RY l..awte S..euritt Home aIrs. '
Sunny \'rpo sj,D Harry .itUe!! 3.21 Site \11:1.1': .
I .
the county. :\.11. I'llpprar: 11 4'I X 1'3 ll..iikoW.lliam
r.-itl..n'e "'1'111 Pt of Int of
T. 1-a J 'n.'' whose of Vt fG In -
Vui.1 Jean Marilyn Cox Patri- S X "V f' ", That
Line Sec 2Sxx
:suit .ul.l't i fnknown I Lawtev
F. of
RY ,
Fannie Stewart 5.56 r... i.oi ..f !::1:. cSE'u
i ta Pellum. and Pat Hobbs served 1 You are hereby notified that a 'lIt TV Line ofT I I.M tMI ft XS &: ff SW.fit .

nn the judging team at the Northue : .1 I] s.i.t; f.>r .L\ ....('e' .' .KD :200! Run !' by 40141 tt E &: 1'es E f>fRD

!baa been filed against you In th* XI.' .' \ Along RD '" in 'IE' ("or of ., 7 2*- c. '! II- : v
:;t Fiol id.l Fair in Tallahassee above namej Court and cause and : .h."i ft to POB.TVLV2J4 I.ot ::! in Town -'-mithI" ..

and won third place. I you are required to serve a copy 01Iour : ft. XLT nf t.1wtp E of James Lewis "' 1'. of !PF'" *. of "
:229! 25: ft. ELY -
the
| answer or pleaJiner! to ItT
Judy Kelly from Brooker is .mnlamt on the Plaintiffs Attorney 64 t.:: ft. ELY Barber 5.60 cpi' t;, ..f 6.- !:SSK EI nfCrimYlOft 4 7 .5 2 .._.. II w", I .

working as a special club member1net .Alfred' .-It. ".'it "Smith IJuilJ- Along A RI) of Ai'urve I':: t"n.livided 1nt F"f< XWr"r --

t ins J.t. k,..n\ .11.r. Fla'lanJ <>l 10 ft to in and 10 the S
a use it isn't possible for her to1I1"f'1 !' file the original In the office ST RI. SLY 205: fJ of I.ot SOtte of VWt R"ntO r.fNELl S
; *
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onior \I..nlIn 248.03 f in E'I\
with
the ofLswtoy
senior group I in: i H. E. Tucker 551 iv f*. E 4fi ft.
ft POBPlk !S' 22
before theI1 to
Stake She is working: on an !I! 4 daof Jun.- D:,';. 6 in L TCOS & I E UO ft of SELL Sam Brown &.56 ft.tnl'AR X 210 ft W 41P 5 7 %! -0 ." 'Ie 111i"r! : ; '.

fltrtriritv\ project and has mad!' otherwN* the allegations of aU S DItTV EX Ed Hunter 14 f6 nf 5t of XWI, 25 5 a 2 7 !.lan1lel lIcNeal ]&.80 X tllll ft of S' inn

an .it 11 active reading Complaint will be taken as coot en. ii, 2/4 of XEI.. U 5 2! 120 Lee line TheUDg f7.6! ft fir that nnrt
Limp
1 ifj by you. E 3S ft of Lot 3 of sEt' ; of 5\\1. of of FU of SW;

Parents piesent were Mrs. J. LOntiv !! This notice shall be published Blk I" in L T & Enoch Tyson \ 12.1 14 swim 25 5 2! 10 CI&MDinte1der of VF.'i lyine W 1
and 'once each week for four con"ecutlveiweeks (-4)551) ArinaS. j I.h.), ..
Mrs 7 7.
E
L. Cox Men 5.56 of RDCom ( loau....
In the BRADFORD COUNT r Lot1 & '2 of Blk 4 _

o-ets present were Elizabeth Prev TELEORAPH o 1" in L T & COS I Sl uf SE1' of 210 ft W efSF.
ut Vida I'ak.Ih!- i tLy of May. 19:;.. I S D Carrie Turner 4 'if SW' 20 George
Strong
Jean Gentry. Marilvnf'.iv 25 5 22 lUt 'or of !?*f
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. UrbyClerk I \\ .of Blk 29 of
I, I. I XW1, of SW. of 1t & Run W
M.ircia Miller and Mary of the Circuit Court i I. T & COS !S/D' U. E. Roberts J105JT4 Eti 26 5 22 10 A. Paul iLl it 240 ft.: X 210 f'

Henderson. :, By :Minan L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. I i Lots 3. 4 of Blk 41n. I XW', of XW'i ofSE'4 E 240 ft. S 210 ft I \\ -
l :i 4 4t 3 25; L T Ic COS t & of Uam K.I I i h
j 'WH
Honorable Mention S D Lilly & Lonnie SEi, of Xt\'I. of I I to POBSWii II 1 -' n"ut"r K--: I

Kathy Struth of the Starke 7u.iiie ; % OTI('F TO tPPKtll Jackson Hicks : SEll & EH of of XE, &
I. <(< irroit < .urt, nradfurd County,, Lot 1 OIP.1k4 ? in Si 1 i of of
:: : club gave a nice demonstration John H. Hicks i7.'0 I RTVt. of XWt, of I SElf r., :. st
I- t-'l.triiiat I. 1 hanrrry. L T & COS S'DI N\\ 21 7 !! !lIiam K.I 1
before her dub members onpiepaling .Vlx.l- .t: i-sMir Stmkeriaintiff r. ot 7 .if Blk: 30 In I j SEI. 26 5 23 20 Presley" Router H-t j

\ ,. It.t:Iv. I: -t I L. *..i .i."d."t. I. T & 1'0DD E. Dryden 2.62 Tharen Green 11.4S N>4 of swi; Of
: cereal and mixing the Case No. H.i-150: i W :54 fi ft of Lot S & |I Lots 16.18, 19! %0. I SE}, EX RY IS 7 !2 1- T.-den Ya'r 1

f1, mul for an infant in her childpiojut :Nollt-r 'f.pp..r TV ;Sit ft of Xfe of I :21 & 24 35 5 2! 41 Emma Calboun 14.85 5"'". of XE', of o.. .
T II! ,:: 1: Sm kt\ \\lias,. lOSt- : Lot S ...f Blk 19 in IA in NTV Cor of SW'4 35 7 !! ( I'HI.ot.-, .
11.: K.itnv helps herni Fred J. Morrow 18.29 i > 2! 1 Wiiliard &
35 .
.l.-i! .s 'kitit'.l| | i 11.! A.a.: aina. and i T..mpl.DP: SE.f of XW'i I Lot DESC in DR

'* ',c! t.ike i'.ire of h ". small 1 wl)I' ".. i.i.li. -- .- lit T >kii l'er\ille. I Lots S. 9. 1/). 11 of Crawford 3.21 7' PG 2'tl EX

1 ti., sis'i"! :51; : ,- a; Y >J, are herel. notified mat a ADD County 1 !! Walter Il:: .N
!9 I
I.i.-'! ::.. i t\ s'<" !h..01 i m.iiie f.ii I ... : >: li\ .1 i' .IT-.! : "'-: .rat..'n of Lfts 1 &: ;1 of Elk 3'. XE Cor J5 22 Andrew Anderson 15.35: 1'e\4.t.: ; .
Pauline Thomas n."
.. '... cf -
f.1..01 IWL of XE .
.z :: r IT* has t-n in Peeks ADD | Lot 2 of rik B in .

I against: > "j in tl.e above named Con' at SE Cur ofXKl 1 SV, EX 2UA ._ *. 17 George Williams The Haven S'D r;. org" \\ J ." '. : 2 .)
FOR DEPENDABLE Court and cause and you are required of Eof in XE Cor .oJ.. ,,- Et Al Lot 1 of Elk B-
to serve a copy of your answer XC 4 & Run X I 6.1 is lit Pleasant SID X Ellen! If

or Plaintiffs pleain: ? Attorney to the complaint 1 < ft. TV 107 ft for i i w.1(4: of of XW13&XH of'I.. 15 C I MDingfelder LVl; 2: :4
U:1 the --
A POP. Run XII I LotSofT3lkC-
Termite Control \\:1.. : i',_ & Io'utl::. r o P.cJ: isx. ". ft. TV 100 ft. 'UtJ loft Plea-nat S'D
arke. Fl .riJa. Com at NE Cor of .
> .1. sgie ,
s II > ft. E 10-1 ft EX R/W T St. x :
and file the original in the office of 4 STVof XWH iTV '
to POP. 29 Ii :2! W H \:- -R 14.._ Lot 7 of Blk E -
the I'erk! of the Circuit Court on orbef.ire I R TV Line of '
Jft. Pleasant S'D }f. H. Ader! I : .
Household .t Commercial the Beir at XE Cor of I STPD200RuflS: : :
Tract 5P 2&'.
_\ J I t\ .: M.119;,: SEof XE-4 Alone RD 5SO ft. -
IVit ControlS otherwise the allegations of said I Run TV 335: ft. S I TV 51) ft. X 520 Pleasant SID Walter L Stssor : : 1
Com at SE Cor ofXH
Complaint will b" taken as confessed ::30 ft to roRTh..n ft.E SO ft to
S ( >\c by yau E 130 ft. S I POB U 2 22 O. B. Keown U.7 of XE-i of
Spra1ngCall This notice shall be published 50 ft. TV 130 ft. :XiO 1 Lot 330 ft E iTV 1I."Wof XWi 4-
ft to roB 2' Ii !! Lola Cu'L.ld 36 Run N 10* ft f.-
HI. 6-60W nee each week for four consecutlv: by 6iO ft X tc "
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I Peg 15 ft TV of XE I' S in SW Cor of POB then W
Cor of WVj of I SE- of NTV4 17 C <_A_ ; Efa Jies un ft. X 100 ft. R
Florida Pest Control I lii-e.l : h., -"> day .f Ap: .1. l SS XE\i of "SEof Of XEi OfSE's 50 ft. SlOt) '
I J lE4 ., pi.T' S qi. \ diI..-- t'.. -
FFI<<'IAL SEAL) .:harl. A. DarD) XE1. Run S 148ft I ...X"A in ;
& Chemical Co. t'lerk of the Circuit Court. TV 100 ft to I XE Cor IS t' .u, : F-: I' .. 6 "" I
rtr MirUn U Crisby P>>P'ity Ol"-l I'.VB, S S OO ft. Win i Com :210 ft X from

i :T it : ( I ft > see ft. SE (".'r of: SWl J. R.
Kelly
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Council Accepts HONOR ROLL Cnarlene Hall Judith Judd, Judy Rit'harde.lrk:> T ;!

I ; Kelly. Helen Kelly, Herbert La- Ann Williams. '

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Andrews Bid ; Fulluwmj !.-; the H onus< : Roll:! t'.r; :M..e. Mary Agnes Matthews. 12th Grade: I'.1'r,! I

O/oru J, Shell the nith sty-lark. lading period 'Brenda Martin, Ray Maxwell.: '; Rose Gregory, 11. -. i :

On Police Car ; at Bia.tioni Huh 8. two! : H"DIItIiher. Patsy Nichols iKjthV! M.- U. .. I : I

I 7th Glade: F..lth: A :.t !. _:o P.itten.: Fiankim Rlt :l. Kit: \ -. --. s I
( aril ot 1 hanksThe i \ Nits 't.I.rt..
... ., : Thomas Batten .1 iie.Ritch.: : : .::h, Ann Smith I.i.-.e- Mi-i : R.it> \ .
datives of the late El1zn :Mr. and :Mis. J. Kl'1:! ,','; [ Uie'.i Alv.i'fZ! i f
K. Tit-!
j""r" .i.n\I'; ; oh'ri i Linda (1e I :: Tomlmson.loth Josie Maze. It. :r.:. V. _

Rev. Hall Signs At The Tabernacle "tl,-! Mi, Coy wish to thank the their sons in New York They hu' f" ..t;. i nv ;i ,P.I c i.tr :'"! the',| dra Dobbs.Cox Sandra Joanne Craven.Fowiei. Bill,t'1' Grade'Ilbur: Barry. i b.ii.i Nt'tirur. .-. .

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I .w.\ mends and neighbors tor no: seen Sgt. S. W. Kelly m many ('It t u; St.iskfv.i.: .> accepted by : Virginia: Darby Betty Farkas. Eu'.c!: Ru.-ht T .I.M.I '

AntiIntegrationResolution ;"0,"" I: ..fiIl.... ., "n,, :tihl'1'! { the kindnesses and courtesies during I many years. lie resides In Brook- tilt City Council Tuesdaj May 1.1 Ii I i Green Don Hillendnhl.Ricky Hancock Kay Hart ,',i' Judy Gundy. Geriy Gibson. Pat Sch,.'.!. .I.M-.r-.e! s: .'

:'i.i \.u ."IK i au.ie.IMI e u dl! tuned the illness and death of ourloved I lyn. Enioute to Staike they stop- i The Andrews bid! twos $2.33250 ] mann David Carolyn Kauf- Hobts.: Betty Gaskins. Winston; I../ T,!::.:'.
Lonp. Dottle i
baik to the Tabernade service* one. We deeply appreciateall ped In Washington D. C. an I, less trade in allowance of Sl.232.50j! Mercer. Fay Kelly Frank Johnson.ciite,
I'' Dewey McKinney, JerrvRitch.
The monthly conference of Fun- | last Sunday. An enjoyable song condolences that included letters | visited relatives and friends. I Ion the old police car making a j jnet 1-<\\15. Mama Miller, T. J. Par- Humphreys Gold

niient.'il,, :: Baptist ministers. at its 'service was held Sunday night instead cards telegrams, flowers j; 'Ilrill'Iu..kal l / Gala !II cost to the City of 1100. [' Strickland.Nancy Shanbarger.Cal'ol'altns Woodrow rich, Patricia Pellum. Burge Soar:

,,1.1! meeting in Orlando, adopted of the regular program. food, cars, and services rendered t I j I The features of the spring musical An additional charge of S147.5C: Sandra Whitchead.sth ing. Mary Starhn Elista i-tefanelli. Donates To HospitalThe

Mother's will be observed this by the church, ministers and fu- > for automatic transmission .' .1H..I.I t
Day Ii .1
,lesulution declaring that dese- ,. were the Indian Dance Glc'nla,1Int' Bradford t' > r.; -;

is 'unscnptural" and I Sunday in music and message. !. neral di1 ectOl'. May God bless alii :Mambo. Ballroom scenes featuring I I brought total cost of the new car Grade: Robert AH wood 11th Grade: Maxine Andrews.Nancy has ;iiikiii'w'.c: _' ,. 't "

legation! I J During July, Gospel Teams from of you for your thoughtfulness. j 1'to I $1.217.50. I Larry Elder. Hank Graham Freda ; H> iheck f H '
!flat the NAACP (National Asso-i Ida Lee Hawkins, Rosebud : Rites Marilyn! Cox. Ai! cD )f a $ >< :n- <

.at urn for the Advancement of Heornia and Alabama will via't The relatives of the late Robeit Kittles and others. The production The new police car will be a Kimbler. Carolyn Norton. Margaret ,'dd. Jeiome Edwards. LticileMcCullousrh. Go'! 1 Corporation :, : :,

Colored( People i is ', the Tabernacle and bring musical Easley wish to use this method to was under the direction ofF 1956. eight cylinder, two-door1 I Ann Phillips Perman Rob- : cask\ :<01..t ore. Wayne: of paying for t'-:: :..-.': '

iluminated. communist-I'I programs. thank all friends for the services; }:. Minott. music specialist 1! Ford with :202! horsepower en- erts Sara Jo 5prowIma Fee )lul10101 :i. O.asl i Reddish. Henn ,:i the fl('a hosp.t.i:

of the gifts and sympathy during the | pine and heavy duty generatorin Thornton Douglas Seymour. Flora
Rev. W. F:. Hall, pastor for the county..JuniorSenior (
Slade.
bereavement. Special thanks to ; order its radio Harold Tyus, Baibar.iWaid
ChurchStarke i to operate equip-
St. .
Level Baptist Edward's Church Prom
Pane the employees of the Humphreys Frank Williams.
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ment.J.

Association, is chairman of Fundamental of the Florida Baptist I.I Sunday Mass at 9.15 a. m. I I Gold COI p.. and Masons for sere! ] been Elaborate made for preparations the annual Junior hay; E. Wall reported to the 9th Grade: Barbara Bate- P U ALVAREZ' STORE MensrlolhinzEstablished 1S94 N I

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ministers He signed the Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and I I ices lendcied.Airmen Senior Promenade which will beheld 'Council that he had purchased! j Ritch Green. Terrell! Green. John

resolution! which states that the 8:30 a. m.Children's. Visit KelatiesMaxine I in the t-afetorium on Friday 1' some of the Knight property Grt'en.Iuion Hall henry Hal!!

Rogers Airman 3of i, consisting of 16 rental houses'; _____ I
decision Catechism Class each -
Court segregation 11. The theme is in -- ___
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was based not on legal I I Wednesday at 3:15 p. m.Keystone i nature and will!! be accentuatedby ;i -- -- -' -- '
left the city on Tuesday after a j I Motel. He said that as soon as
influenced I
heavily
opinion, but was Heights the music of the "Blind Combo" -
ed, the psychological works of (At St. William's Chapel) two weeks emergency leave due ;; from St. Augustine. Guest, the city extended water lin.-s to

I Follow 21 south to StWilliam's to the illness! and death of his I Igreat j this property he would connectthe
Communist agigators.The ( Hiway are asked to present their card
further aunt, Elizabeth McCoy. He! i houses for city [ ,
stated up powerSince
resolution Sign.) at the door Positively ad- Ioptenl
'( no
will resume his dutin. Washington : the now has some flinch t
that the decision is a Communist j: Sunday Mass 8 a. a'. mittance without your card City !
as a sheet metal woiker for, I
water pipe on hand, thtCouncil
attempt to destroy us I i| Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. repaiiing aircraft. Relatives and1'J Please don't come and give the
from within exploit the races. 1 Confessions before all Masses. bouncer agreed to extend water
a chance to perform by
friends ate proud of the |i
and break down successiMaxie i as requested. I IJ
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raise civil war I, !, not having admit card.
your
is having in the service I Reine/nt/fa '
j J After discussion the Council 'R
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democracy, the American way of AIU PARK Airman I I I Shut-In !

\life, and the right to worship God i BAPTIST ('Ilt'R'ltSunday Bennie Thelton Morris, made a recommendation to the nee
2-c. is also visiting his patents Word has come that Robert .
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according to the dictates of one's School 9:45: a.m. Morning I! City Bond Trustees that a qualified ,
j Bernice and Theodore Morris ''> Dell is on the sick list. We un- to i
conscience." i Worship services 11 a.m relatives and friends 30 :!'derstand that it is not serious linesman be employed i \
for days.For ,
is also of 6:45 Evening assist the present power plant I
Rev. Hall president Training Union p.m. I'1 ON MOTHER'S DAY !
the Tri-State Fellowship of Fun- service 8 p m. Come and the past nine months he ha? '1 and he" should be up and out in a foreman R. S.. Wa.sdin. in carry- .

damental Baptists.St. worship with us1I00.t been stationed in Texas and Col few days. According to :Marion ing out the expansion program on ,, "T


orado. He will leave Staike and;:[, Dell his sister-in-law, he will!! be the new electric distribution sys- !t i

BAPTISTHOMECOMING go to New York City where he 1 eating quite a lot of sardines: for tern This will give Mr. Wasdin ,: iI I

Mark's EpiscopalRev. I will sail for Germany. He will awhile. Stop by and drop him a more time to devote to the duties i ii :

Raymond E. MarBlaln I woik in Germany for three years i iI can! i of superintendent" of the power i!i ,
Hope Baptist Church at Theressa -
Be sure to get a good look at j; Old! Resident Dies plant, which will need even mol'I' I
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal will observe its annual Home- I I ;
Mother's heart will stir with delight at
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Bennie gills, during the next | George Hall old citizen of attention now with the your
Church will be as follows: coming Day on Sunday, May 13. installa-I'
few weeks because won't see Starke. died in West 'tion additional
you of
recently
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church Following the regular morning I' ,,,t i ., ,. remembering; her with flowers. We have !
him again for long time after <
a Palm Beach, and was buried theie was said i
services, dinner will be
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. served on
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 the grounds, with singing and this visit Congratulations onI this week. He is the cousin of The City Cleik was instructed I lk, I many suggestions, in fresh cut assortments! ,:

services afterwards. I these rapid ratings; we expect I Marzie Birnes and Ida Mae to write Wm. C. Demetree
p.m. Y. P. S. L. testimony to let in n to Starke next bUild-I : in plants and !
Wednesday: 7:3: p.m Litany Everyone is cordially invited to I you Smith Of Staike.Returns er of homes in Saratoga I i' corsages.Flowers
time "First Class. Home i j in connection with a f
and Meditation. ; 8 p.m. Choir attend.WOODLAWN !I 1 I I I : '
Practice. | 1C. l. F. Commencement Relatives and friends are delighted park in that housingde.t'lopment

Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, MISSIONARY '' The best in Florida will be to welcome the return of ,, for the use of children. The City I

11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH I guest speakers for the Baccalaureate iRJE I :Miss Ethel Singleton to town. She i desires to get details of this project II I

and Commencement at has been in Hobe Sound. worked out. f 1
awaits everyone.IlllillW.11'. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. working y !
i
I according to an announcement Florida for the past five months i J. T. Quigley requested that Wired h ,
preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: prayer ,
from Principal Thompkins the two old white &
('HAl'KLASSEMBLY service 7 o'clock song services Her father has been quite ill but way lights. i

OF GOD I 1:30 evening services. I On Sunday, May 20. at 3 p. m ':, is on the mending list. She is an 1 given to him by the City for.election Anywhere i

the sermon to the graduating at The Tabernacle, be
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Kev.: Chester ('. Robertson I'astor active member of :Mt. :Moriah iI
seniors and guests will! be pieached I i connected to the street light
I Methodist Church
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Hampton Christian Church !i I
by Rev. Roger P. Fair, chaplain ;, .system. The Clerk was instructed 6
Worship. 11 a.m. Evangelistic Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. I j ('hurehrw.. I I
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at Bethune-Cookman College I t to notify Mr. Quigley that he ,
Service, 7:45: p.m. Preaching 11 a. m. Evening Mt. Moriah Methodist Church 1
I Daytona Beach. He is an out- : would have to pay for connecting i
Tuesday Informal Prayer at Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach- I'j, p.I'D. W. Demps pastor will I
minister of the Iethodj I the lights '
standing and for the
pay power PlaceYour
the Chapel. 7:15 p.m. I ing 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Bible !I, hold regular services all day Sunday ;yf
j 1st Episcopal Church and a teacher consumed by them.
Thursday Midweek PreachingService. Study Hour 7:30 m. Willard M. stalling with Sunday Schoolat !
: p. of Sociology at Bethune-Cook- ,, 1 A resolution was adopted com-
7:45: p.m. I Jones, Pastor. 10 a. m. with Mrs. W. Brooks '
I j man. You cannot afford to mis? '' mending At. :\Morgan for 15 Order i
Saturday Christ's Ambassadors -, in charge. At 11 a. m. the love 1l
I hearing this eloquent! speaker. ;: years of faithful service on the
Young People's Service, 7:45: BETHEL Feast will be conducted by the Phone 218
i! Dr. Gilbert S Porter, executive Ii ] city police department.HAMPTON.
I..m BAPTIST CHURCH pastor The special Mother's Dayprogram Now i
i j j secretary of the Florida State iI

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching i i Teachers Association, will deliver I II is being prepared by ......a.......n....... p Free Delivery iI I
CHURCH OF CIIUIST Mis. L.t Royal and :M. E. Ro
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. the commencement address
C. L. O\erturf Jr.. Minister I Dr.l I berts. The program will start at I
service 7:30:: Rev.R. .
Song p. m.- i, Thursday. May 24, at 8 p. m.
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. 3 p. m. All members and friendsare
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening L. Lee pastor. I I j"' Porter comes to13 highly qualified invited to attend. Holy Eu- I
I Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer and is a person with COLONIAL) ) fL() CIST
Worship 7:30 p. m. ,Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev. trifying delivery. You will el.'c-I) charist will be administered al By lrJ! D. E. Hill
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 7:30: p. m. by the pastor.
C. B. Stallings, pastor. I a rare treat if you do not hear I II 4AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAI
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F- m.Radio Dr. Porter. He is a former prin-I Bethlehem Freewill!! Baptist Lucille Mundorff Mgr Nona St Starke Fla.
program. "Old Paths"each !I Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor I: PTA Sleeting:
I oft I
EVERGREENIU'TIST cipal, teacher and lecturer I Id
Sunday 9 a. m. Station I held services all day SundayThe Hampton Elementary PTA met __
committee isi
CHURCH note. The faculty I -
WDVH. I III auditorium for the = =-=::c:: -=- ,
the school
baptism was a great success in :
rich for i iI "
School 10 Preaching planning a very program
Sunday a. m. ; -
Williams filled of the school
Brother Sam was final meeting year
ElLB ROSS I! 11 a, m. Training Union 6:30: I I both occasions. Come early and with the holy spirit before he .: Tuesday of last week, with few -

BAPTIST CHURCH I I I p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer 1 get a good seat as reservations 1
I' was immersed in the water and i I members present and little busi-
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach-, Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. !I will be made for graduates only.
'( the church was literally "or, ,, ness conducted.
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: j All\ activities will be held in the
fire." The services for the dayended It'mbers'ott'd to use PTA
p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTI cafetoiium.i I'
raised -
with Holy Communion. funds to supplement money
:Meeting Wednesday 7:30 i X. II. A. ISanquet Unique
: p.m. -I I LATTER DAY SAINTS: for
Prayer meeting each Wednesday for playground equipment
Rev. F. B. Beard i of the downpour of I
In
pastor. spite I IIl'ain ITs UNLAWFULFor
1 Services each Sunday in old than a hundred persons night at 7:30. All members and ( the school supper at the political ,
I more
; friends asked to out rally April 27. Mrs. Ola M. Perkins -
AAAAAAAAAAAA.A&AAAAAAAAj Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday attended the NHA banquet. The are come ,
:: [ and take since this is where school principal reported
School 10 a. m. Sacrament beautiful and well!! part | ;
I affair was very
Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel.I I the Mary you can get your spiritual I! that $177.50 was raised that night ,j!
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by group.
I conducted
;;come. Chandler served as toast- strength renewed. The "I Can" for the equipment, and told of i

I I (I Virginia club: will meet at the home of the various prices and equipment |

KI.VGSLEF LAKJ5 I I i misters dent, conducted;; Ruby Lee the Hall ceremony, presii -: pastor Saturday nightIay 12 j pieces investigated. j jI : Any Person or Persons to Engage in

I i for swing set/
1I SIOX.RPTIST Subject: Who is a Hypocrite? I Plans now are a
furnished ty
i while music was !
I What will happen to him? Rev. of heavy construction, and a slide j

Sunday School 9:4o: a.m. Morning I Mrs. Maurice White, Enoch AI-I[ L.I'Kay pastor: Gladys Bye.reporter. both termed "lifetime" equip .

Worship 11 a.m. Evening j' len Rosebud Kitties Mary went to be placed inside the !! Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
Marshall
ar. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Jackie Lane, Gwendolyn both during
schoolyard for use
New Bethel ChurchRev.
: ..r: .each Wednesday 7:30::: p.m. Everyone j and Deloris Jenkins. The Baptist i the sl'hool'I'ar and summer I II
:; \" "" class served as hosts I A. Vinson pastor. Accordingto I j
|17th
welcome.-Re\ H. H. grade
::: Mott. I I months The I pieces are to be in-1
,. and fun- a statement from Mrs. Maurice -
J \ and hostesses. Remarks The Name Is
pastor. : White a sp.'cialIotht'I"',; DayProgram stalled in concrete footings te j jj Registered
%"""4J ". i time was led by Principal Thomp- '
1- I will be presented around j I withstand heavy use and to pre-
: SEVENTH: : DAY 1 kins and Maxie Rogers. All\ per- \'andJ.lism.
(| jelight- B. T. U. hour All members are i Trent i :
i ADVEXTIST CHURCH sons present reported a '
:i I, I ful l evening. This was a beautiful invited, to attend and bring your : Council Meetsi
i of the stray dog .
Services each Sabbath In the friends. Discussion
is to be ai
beginning of what
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CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON home of S. :.:. Brown across from annual affair at RJE high school. Allen Chapel A.ME. Church. situation and the cemetery dominated -
'I council meeting
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Bethel Church east of the May city
about this Baptist Rev. R. J. Washington pastor
questionThe Congratulations to Miss Bettye
Starke. Sabbath School :2 m. 1: at Hampton city hall TuesdayMay
p. | Thomas. NHA Advisor. held services on Sunday starting Read This Florida Law"It
j Bible Study each Wednesday 1.
1 ; Tliurston Elementary: xhnolt with Sunday School, Supt. Homer the
guy who wrote :.7:30::: p. m. Arden Mote, pastor. t The commencement sermon will j Williams in charge. The lesson No decision was leached on
to
i situation an old problem
"( shot I be Rev. Strong on was reviewed by Prof E. Shell dog : !I shall be unlawful for
an arrow preached by
!: NEW RIVER the council. Various plans any person or persons, as defined hernia, to
into the air !! | Sunday. :May: 13. at EbenezerBaptist I j The morning service was conducted ar"l) in business
investigated to help engage as herein defined under fictitious
BA1TIST CHURCH being a
herein
defined
1 Church Lincoln City- by Rev. :Mrs.. Essie Holland name as
It fell to earth j: bounds
1 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -Starke All patrons and friends due to the illness of the pastor. the dog population within I without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the
I know not where'Tell j' will be discussed; at
|i I I j, Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service. -!! are asked to attend. The program Mrs. M. L. Paul announced Moth- the and June reports meeting.Hampton clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

him it's in windshield 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each at :2:30: m. el's Day program for 4:30: Sun- I
my car will begin promptly p. cemetery, at the east is, with registration shall consist of filing with the
clerk
aforesaid
and to come and get it.I|i I Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyonewelcome. j Class night will be held on ,, day. A very special program i is has been tentatively j, an affidavit -
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''i' L. 1... Parker pastor. address: being Mrs Paul city limits signed by all interested
Will my Comprehensive Insurance I i Wednesday. May 15. The prepared by offered by the Methodist Church j persons, stating under oath the names of

for { will be delivered ty Rev. E L. jI j Come one, come all. all those interested in the business
pay a new $80 (...:'unla.ORKIX: ( i I to the city to operate.: Further enterprise, the extent of the in-

windshield? There will be a working at the I I \\ alker. pastor of Mt. Pasgah Iavty Training May Day discussion of the subject was I terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried
A.M K. Church. The 12 fourth : Today is :May Day in IiwteyWe definite point
P.-.il.ih Church in ClayCounty !I shelved until more on. Said
Cemetery I I grade candidates will be awarded ;\ hope you did not miss the be learned byI:! registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
can
the proposal
Charley E. Johns&SonAgency on interested Saturday i in the May 12 /'j jEveiyone ;! certificates by some lepresenta- activities. Very beautiful things councilmen.of \ to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

cemejt 1/j live of the Board of Public In- j I were on display which included Dick Hinson and i their intention to
and Mrs. said
t"1 is requested to come and I Mr. register fictitious name at least once a week for four
ruction, who be PrincipalPrice the lovely quilt made by Hobby .
j j may and Mr. and Mrs. Berta j
help clean it Mrs. Elmer j family (4)) consecutive weeks
in
Riggs. Cleik up. or :Mrs Lennon teacher. j Club members. The names of all; Hinson attended a family reunion !i some newspaper as defined by law in the county

i May Day activities will be held members have been monogramel: at Hillsborough State: Park near, where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

Wednesday.. May 16. The an- on it. This quilt will b* raffled
\ OU'IJ, l.OE: the new Ester- r Tampa: Sunday. j jMr. accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
nual beach outing will be hell: off and the money will go into Mrs. Guy Bundy of'Cent
brook purse-sire< fountain in and such publication.
Phone 13 Starke, Fla.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. pastel .shade. Only S.! i8 at pens Bradford Saturd,1YIay 19, at Butler': the Hobby Club treasury for fur- raila. Ill. visited in Hamp-,

County Telegraph. Beach Supt. Morgan has granted ther projects and school beautification ton with :Mr. and Mrs. Willard

permission for the use of twe'lar According to the advi M. Hones while j
Saturday morning
i If
.. school buses for this educational sor. Mrs. Emma Burney, the in Knritla for a vacation trip. : you are engaged in business under name

tour. The trustees have quilt will tt on exhibit at the fair :\Il's.01'.1 LayfieM of Hampton -| any

consented to donate their serv- this fall This was a unique pro- spent last weekend in Gainesville .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tics as drivers. Hats off to MrBivant ject and the members enjoyed
with her
I son and family other than
and and have not had this
Mr. Clack for this I participating.A the C. H. Layfields. ,, your own, name

STARKE, FL A. seance and Mr Pitman and the A Day Greeting Sunday visitors at the K. B

ret for! the very fine leadership From Your Editor Wattersons wl're11'. and Mrs

in the school beautification pro- I Most of all the other beautiful' Ray Williams of Penney Farms I properly advertised and
will be
I registered
REV. LEWIS D. we
HAINES Pastor sramWateroaJv things/'; In life come by twos and::! Mr and Mrs Williams also visited ,

school threes, by dozens and hundreds. Mr and Mrs. D W. Swindell. '
Jefferson and Court Streets In' The Heart of TownPhones I
The annual closing address for Plenty of stars, ,
roses sunsets Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville -

Office 234 Pastorium 130 the s'hoo111! be presented on rainbows, brothers, sisters, aunts was a weekend visitor with i glad to give all Information to

I Sunday. :May :20.! at 11 a. m. at and cousins but only one motherin :Mrs. Betty May and the J. W. you necessary as

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Pleasant Grove :Methodist Church j I the whole world. On :Mother's: Homes. Miss Sweeney. Mrs. May. j

; Principal. E. Roberts has ask- : Day let us think about the Holy Mrs. E. D. Allen and daughters. '

Sunday School 9J5.11.. Training Union 6:16 P.M. ed Professor Elmer Shell to speak; Spirit of God Let us remember1'' and Mrs D. E. Hill and Wendy what you should do.BRADFORD

to the children. :\1U31 that God is .
primary not only Father, but drove to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .
Midweek Service Wednesday S:00 P.M.
will be furnished by the pupils'j Mother; God is not only Creator and Mrs. Frank: Brown of

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WD\'H at under the direction of Principal but loving spirit. Let us; give Jacksonville visited in Hampton

Roberts. All patrons ant friends j thanks: for the loving Spirit of Sunday afternoon with his mother. ,

11 a m Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. are invited to attend. The program God which finds expression :Mrs. T. F. Brown. ; COUNTY TELEGRAPH

will !last but one hour. You.c.li through the mothers of the human Hampton Baptist Wll"ill !

----= nave plenty of time : i *r race "Go.! could not be meet tonight ( Fri '. May 11 i 1

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Checks .........:'. .:,.-. .-"- 63.\ii I Trailer ScoresA Brooker Playground Model i before ii.n f the."'m-> :'.".: otherwi-e Cor.n>lai't the wi.I: aleeati'be! take1ed .' .V j

4 Big it ...c N... 1 ::herwise the allegations of salt by > ou.
Mt :; ; ,mplaint will be taken as coafeuThus noti-e! shall t... t.
E' .- I Near Miss I by you. itn-r eji-h week (..r f....r
: tf- ...ra..r..u.II..... !!?IIa, e9._ !..J n This. notice shall be published It'ks.n the Bradford > .
I Io each week for f>iur consecutive graph
Symbolic Of l .. ,.. ..... .. : ektn .
,1\ """ ,,.,..r On HomeA the RRvnronn corxrr V
j Q ........... rp's. "!" Negro l-'I.letVtIu ,
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Starke's! Growth t o ;1. ;"A n' j""i'" !.p 1"11;) J" <."!> ."ii.i" ,1 l -"ml'! o1uV f:., ..f\ Clerk"t-Jl.j of thCr Cn.ir.r-" ii.t.-\. Ci.'ir l-.i'\' .i ,' V : 2S

{ .... n' 'ytI ';( ":c:1o: I. ,.'. ':._, ., r% Mi.n: : 1.. C"x; ,c>rki
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H: c&L4.k.d5JtA&J.k in'.u: ,i Xt-uiii i M-iil*-nii titui miles _n
c.. :-i1.1.U.FL"JUDA -, I H4k DON'T SUFFER

tin: the City of ._. .. '4.- .-. ... _t-_..__.'en r' rrfLM_...,._o.S.. .e -- si.uh! "f S'like Saturday after- ,, %OTI('I: in IPPKIR ROM ITCHSHG LONGER SKIN'IN (

._ !Li..mniinfj. big btismes? .- no >n.j I irruit < oarl. IIr.dferti C'ltvntj.

.l1af"" "'i''!r it...l in the Florida Highway Pa'rohiM", : C .'X n'..riol.I ."' .la .rhnnrrrr..' JUST 15 MINUTES
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No j '' 'i- v 1-\ T'.I.: :-ii1 : If not plfj'td. vojrt". V t .,.
veil.icdts reproduced : |: Musgrove said the truik &kiiMl; k V J .V i V V 1 II. r. 4i.ii-i drutor..' l.... IlCH I ), X VI

'I.1 largest of hundred' ..,.."'.F'.r.. ;" : 1 191t. off the road to avoid hitting thi et- .-.. 'l'.. \i.|n-nr ..-i :\ 1\.1' i V" 1'Ih..t.4CT. Wondrrfuat h ..nJ 'KILL lOr ''':;''i V .' VS V

against municipal funds ; I cars slowed by a Negro tummi "":"J I 1 V V .- :, > \\ 'i, ".> 1.- 'loday ID"..r'. :N.I iMITCIIEI.IS VV
: .. ... .. ,. ,f., '> H... .. ,,
I := !tol';"'" V.F .. ....m 00 I ; 'fe'I V .It !
'tie last year. ii OW Off the highway. $
To..-.1- torn alone total $ T8T6L- } i ... ...,' ,. .: .. .. ;. ..,' .,- .=. ,:.11'\.lIOhoo: I The driver of the truck unidentified .... -,. \"i.' .
9 :: ., ,;..;.. .:..:.r .'JJI ..... '. ': : V V } 5', n stifle ,"at.. --
'. all have been expended said the Negro n. _ _ _ _ _ _
M\ i w_ ,.,. gave .1 t..ra'ii-n ,.f --

"ptt'mber of 1955 il: Fs.KnlkNw.srSruk.= ; .tr.; ;: r-: -"."" .. -.. I hand signal before he turned V"- '"t"t__ '.: J.' k _. .... ', 1 I.... n ti!!\.1 "C tn' xfiip s">rnFlour V
ft If" _Ill 'r. S S V1 t ".ahoe named
'1 linlirst, written September i Ulru .Fe. "IP4 ,-,! 1 able to stop in time. he sweivw'I --.' --- :" :' I I"u. art re- and Tuhle I IKop.iirinu V11111)'

.'<4 19.! for $2.. .OOO was paid to .._ _V _- .OV __...-G.._r_S.aS' '1 V..I___.. 'I I to the right shoulder of the I'lIa,1 l I ,1 I'. "e. V 1 I'" ,i: ''''i'\i tl V >of e c'ym.r.1I.1'.it.t: a-i-: I :

.' lInda Dank at Starke for ': The truck of the Clay H\du! (' A"-r-, \
: aJ2 .: : ,, Joe Martinez
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of a loan made i Lines overturned on the soft
.1'i liquidation So '
I- > slid to within six BKOOKKK: : "Cl It)Ol.61U1.s: |pu'.e' uith ,nu.lr| pl.l.\ / :: V I icen..ed Electiu'iun
the shoulder. 22 ,
1 i mi a Georgia bank for pur- :} 1 and 1 t .' 1.. V V 5 r

i :,i.i-."- of the city's new diesel ::' STrItI'EL.l.I.V ..-.. -'.J .a, .... feet of a house. No one was in- on display at the ( niiiiiimit I llmise. .. s !'- V n r !> >nded

i The inodi-l of the > ..>Ned iila.tgnnind u a* : I :". t. Phone
I .I"i-itIK I I geneiators from the City :... i iG jured. pn | / \' J.TJAM :

NVw Hern. N. C i= iI:4.I : ::: '-*,J4 ." : '::' sL4b.pe.: I Three other accidents last IlriMiUer residentlm leudics at (i.iiuesxille. I He (' .. -.- . ; __.. ,.
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Presi- ::' lesulted only one ar Town Ciiuntil and the (iarden (lull rcientU.Hie 11-I___ -i.o. .. "..- "
I I' I., -signed by Coum-il : & : i-lt-i. 'a.4V3 1VPtYj:: ;.1\1 >. oJ ------- \.11"-' ... weekend in -- - -- -- -- --

i'-nt lames Lewis and City CleiK .! .. I!| lest. Soloman Winikoff was |l.i\iriMiiii is a "proje t of tlie I ianlrn: Clul". '
no. ." ... .
( 11 Johns both of whose cignatu !' fl.UIUU\ \? AI' --r.\R"I .....'.M..3/; 1-" _3 -... I charged! with reckless driving and has 'IH*('II punliased.. and it has been 4 (eared and

: .'.-, ate required for all such [ I I SI.UtkF..t'I.IIICIU.\ ..C.aV -, __ .... i following too close as his car ran The girls shown are (front l.-r.) : :-'hirh'1111 ADDED

\pendiiuies. __ V _--=. __ __......... aaTh..3 ngnr'S SNn.Js__ ,I into the rear of another car Jean lireen. Brenda ( r1'eli ; ( hack row I Mary (. *' :

second quarter-million t. 2 '! norh: of Lawtey early Monday Joan Green.NOIKI ROOM
The r '.- -- V ': IJiul.i Gable <;irei-n Mrginia 1'urri-h.

>!ie<'k, made out October II, IMS; : ; : ; ?x: "* t 533 morning. \ '

tin! S24S.573 to the Florida Eank f \ Patrolman Musgnne said: ADDS UPTUIS -
: or INICMION: \) 154'ietn l fled ,
at! Staike is an investment.The t T.I..hO.\k. 1PUA'I- e I". ; i there were no injuries. i I' itf:<.isii.u 1'1111110( N\ >IIN'.iirr -. .ilii\e named I',. V
accidents wereminor ; :- herrby gin that the von afe re'iuireil
was used by the The other two
money 1 1 .\IIt nc. undersigned under ihe i>r''\ i your answer or C&&t
tP4:1r "* '" .5,1
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both of them I
government -V V '. on the
<'i iv to purchase .. i of rh.iptcr 2'4.V'); l.w> of Florida jcon-.plnmt
bonds which will return $250,000 '.J. ; :-!1'VVVt n ?:.r..JJJJ.t".r, : DOLLVMe.I : i from skids on wet pavement :i iMusgrove i I Arts i>f 1M41. will reeiMer with the i:and K: file K: IVrr the ori. \ WAY'Z
'- V I ''Clerk of the Circuit Court I in andI /
a' maturity. I :: !1-- 10 IV .' said no arrests were I I I fur Bradford <"..untv. State of Florida of the Clerk of .
the
bonds 'YwRIDU.IATSTAKJE; (I. .. ..Q JJ made. II upon receipt o! prcof of publi- or before
$130.000; in government _. .J,.' I I I 1 of this the fictitious 195 otherwise "
ration: notice
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'.', ts puichased for H9,0.'ii with '0.... V i Li V STARUFWRIa.V! ._ V 4t : V .____ ; ; The other reckless driving arrests -I V! name of Credit Tureau of Starke.unlt..r !;said Complaint
... !'Oflfh..t by you.Thi
t toe third check. dated January -V-SV _.-..__..._... _........_..-_Mil//rtrm V ._ 1..I were made by Musgroveover Florida which we are engaged notice -
in buMnr 121 E. Call St., .-j
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made General Washington once each week "
jo 19.16 and also payable the weekend. i Starke Fla. *
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I TIIK STORY OF sTAUKK'S Kniuth from small to\\n to small itjit Edward \ .1a.I { weeks" in the g
i in the Florida Hank at Staike. Hankerson and I \ A. TnmMeVayer. 1 graph. _

The last certificate. coa;idera1hl sMiilioli/fd by tlie four checks pictured ulH>\... totaling %G.6l.91anti Jones weie airested early Mon- I I{ Virinnia. tarke. Fla.Harris, :311 X. MyrtleSt. I I Jiatrd this 25 fi-\\ : o' '

\ smaller than its three com- ': 1'\IIt'n.h' ".ii&itla'.t S-iteinher| fur expansion of the citj's sjsttivnf 1 day for excessive speed' Dated this :27th day of April <( ''A II. 9t! :; at Starke. Bradford Counts. I i Clerk of
minions but still representing utilit l.%. i Musgrove' arrested Robeit Ex- : Floiida. :i Byr.: .. r:411 L. ,

!mine, money than the average posite for driving without a license 5 t 4t :;; V::!; ;;

'ii.-in sees in a lifetime. represents .'sum! people al e not fully cognizant of Saturday .
:>UTKF. TO %I'IT..Ill MIIK i: 'I
the first payment of $31,13691:: It's haul t(> pictuie in imagination It. Three Cars Damaged IB Circuit Court nridfurd Caaat) In C Ircuit ('..url. 1XARE
to the ''' the actual lepiesent- Florida: In <'hmnrrrj.H Florida : In I' :
made February 22. 19-16. money
These aie a few of the moleprominent Three cats were badly damaged, H.- Klialitli Kirl: >> Plaintiff x.- r.1! .I"ni. ':. .
U'hitimoie Tank Company.. Inc.tm .. I I ed by these four important pieces the'' lft ndaat
''in a thiee-way collision at Kail Til -mas Kirby: Defendant.
the city's nt'water tower.Another ': of papei but they are indicative proofs that we are nolonger and Ca*.e :No lv-lj'3Xnflre ; ; I frJfEBUILPER' SUPPLIED
inreisection Washington (
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that has occurred in and( never again can be. To IpprarT .
of change
of $15.000 a ..
payment 1' I 1'.1.1.--.
( ':Temple ( U. S. 3011 last Friday ..; Kail Thomas Ktrliv.: xvhose
has been made since it was Is- Starke so naturally that many a "small" town. ; I *--ld'-n. .- in tllenniiate.S..!Ih) '"1'- .uici ..idtlrr"---
night. A car driven by SidneyJaekon I in.2..... -""...1" u.. .I....."...s --.1,1...... __ .".. .I.:"."- 7.. You ate .. ; qL & 333 at.s'Aiit
collided with one drh.t'nb UleniidaltSouth! Carol.ii suu for d.\.r,
dine Gay Arlie Bias. Joan Ryan. I has been filed !
I Mrs. W. J. Eppersonhenj i lou are flT-uy uutiried that C'
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above named
Sheila Westfall George Iorrii I suit for '
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I A Wildfire Every 3 Minutes 36 Seconds son. Debbie Al Koppelman;: Patty'Lyons i iI Mrs Epperson to make slowed a at left the hand intersection IlIln.r Iinoree tluiil., I rtistody Mippmt and..n1 c.'iitr'.l..I i lu'soy of you your mplaint are answer required on the or -_ _-_: : _. -- -,. __ .-' __' __- .. _:__ "_--= ::._. =_iij

Thomas
Yancey. Ander-
I ': 13 been nero aealnat you IIIIa Alfred r, .-" ; !
turn. The impact sent the Ep- lbOnam..d Court and cause andou
David
i son. Ingram Peggy Hen- .

,; derson DeWayne kRat'. Theresa ]' person car crashing into a third ''our are answer required or pleading to ...ra to the copy comDla of- and disc file I.It'ksolllle.the! Sell It Rent It Trade It

I driven Mrs Rene' Garcia \\hi' | of the C'.erK! of
i DIXIE'S DISGRACE 1: Thomas. Linda Lee Tommy An- !: bv >n' on the Hiainmt '''1'
.. was leaving the USO with a car1 \\illiains & Futth. P. (', l.x! lsSlaike <.
drews. Shirley Moirison and \Vi- Floridaind
1 load of teenagers after a pal ty. i i file tt-e orfire of W. I
400 ley Hodge. V the original n
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No one was injured althoughthe the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
the : i
( Chaperoning the group on were''I before th! 4 da> of Jun-. l5hotherwi.sv ;
FOREST FIRES trip were: Mrs. Charles Bias two women drivers the alle&atl>>ns of aaid :MEN IIOMK : --
''shaken and Mis. Garcia was !!Complaint will be taken as confessed
V' Mrs. D. R Deviuk Mrs. R S. : up HONORS }: -' '
by you, LoU' Rates Good Results Easy To Place
for shock
1: PER DAY %%'asdin. Mrs. F. J. Pellum. Mis. hospitalized briefly : This notice shall be published ( .\ :

W .J, Epperson. and Mrs. Sara Damage: to the three cars totaled once each week f..r four consecutne ZO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION Me
: oE 'I Jackson was week: In the Bradford Count)
1300.
about
Hunter. :: Telegraph.
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2ni e
charged: with reckless driving and i I > ited tins: 27 d.n ".1 .\\lnl| l''JS
,.4 _.__ . :Mrs. Ralph Knight is dnectorof 'forfeited $2.'i fine in Mavor' OFFICIAL PKAL> Charles .3.. Daro> I Nc\v \ "' ('OINT, OF IS PKIl CENT O\ TWO OR :MORE! INSERTION
the Chorus. | R Clerk of the Circuit Court i
Elementary BI.INU .41)SOR \11'1 :>OT
1 ZS: ni>ITION \t. FOR Piln n ADV4NCENTii'
'! Court lie paid all dimages to : Ry Marian L. Crosby, Deputy CIrV

\ l a Tv777 : .. ..- : .NC. sented The Tuesday same program night at was the Elemental pre-- the cais.Heavy. i, ttt :. V Like \\ ,\: ; -I.IMIII; I'l.KXN: ; .. : \\ \X1'EIJ- :" ''' 1511' '-ci I \\.1-! qr"iul.lr

IMC.<< ; :N.; I''nl"I' Arin\' :.1'1'\// to '.rk l'h'.n ''4
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PTA ,, &
y meeting For t r.radfonl CoiiiitTflftciaph
J MJla I i f in-ult Cnurl. llrniifurd Cuunly, tmuPrtlrr ,. I "('It SALK .
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i Docket I Florida: In ( haarerT.Markalee V m. _
: F.ci.ry.Prp" \ t i-'i cit t l.FxVe'; m..d..rn I" 1..1. I'in.tt.Sut.. l .
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I : : 'MI:c; I J. Harris Plaintiff \ -. il...... t, loom. linlllr to. I,.. limit nil S. S Gas Dealer Says 1 For Spring Term 'I llaz..l Harris liefendant : J I I \\ I 'IMI.M I rl.ijul V :M.i\ S.'t' plans \\ 1'I't'-:1 I'n: .h-' ,- I-
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I Case No in-l'MiT Disidend"r .in.t i.'in.-I l i'\ < "mailing: J
a I .'. Of Circuit Court I 1\.1.*.' T.. Ipprnr i jut bo.l, toll '|'h"lli.i-. .\i!"n 1,1. or i all 4'f.-J:: 'I
S : : : L& ; Was MisquotedOn FOR SALK
s : : Hazel llarri1-. whose teMdeme tion in tll' 6.1 -Jersey row itii! oi e
I and addr"-v i L'nknonn.: I loak..1|i mid heifer ,'alf: fresh in,t ill i iI .,
_4.___ : 'I i Continued From Page One 1several You are hereby nulified that a suit bomb-boy I r. ili SAI.K-: -' '.-t tag.- ..n Hall 'I 3':. e-ii inlK per day' K \. H$ ,
I Utility StandIn I fur di\un'e ,L? i in c/outi. 1'I .i.ii.| MI i ,.n\'n_ .-'-. fuinlblieil, I i I alt. Ul 1 "'.." 26'!' . < H" H __VVVVL.L
Ilk >
V 1 ago on a similai ,iortii :0\\ pl.t and I Io..al n..a'una1.ly :
a.V years I 1144)) riioni4j, da HII-J 'I \\\-TtII-I'; ..
spCfl3S 1 pi > v 1>r I .is "'''I'| '! ,
V. k DENOTes ci I e charge i ,, IIIKhl ZIp : 1" housekeeper for eldeilv I ,"Ii'I.| .
letter The Telegraphthis V |
a to n.o' III o ''
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t!c The State charges Prescott with : Window CleaningReasonable take care of rlnldn-n r.: \\ rki, ; .'
--- week T. H. SLide, local bottled of cell to wo.h !I Fell' SXI.K-Two building lots I parents Contact Mrs ii.n;

16 Southern States th re'e a new wildfire starting in the d'aler. stated he was having mOle than one gallon Prices buy half o I i j.u .It..d in $1 Claire St. Clearedami I rare of :\fr"I'.-I :MI:,i, .V\ *,*
gas OP ad I I.. Iolllid la'h lot .St Chair
moonshine in his possession I 1 on. __ St. Starke. '.
iforeitt 400 time day compared with 84 time day for the -ti.
a '
a misquoted in .last week's article I I 7. :\ I 11' fei-t Call 2i3-J or 13. I

rest of the nation. Problem i* one to be tackled by Southern : concetning his position on the April 21 of this \ear. Outside Only 30c up I '. I :!tl' IS FOR IIKXT-Three r",oiii ., 1111 !, i V
and Billy I furnished
Forett Fire Prevention Conference in New Orleans in Carl Thomas Henry I atiarinient I i ->
proposed natural gas utility W. S. AGXEW. Prop. l'iiK! SAI.K--Thretl.i- ; I.iS \
Webb will be tried on chargesof I. I
Joe i\ ,'.,"- Irll".n h"U.4Full tilhath *- CitPhone S6-t..
: Starke. In his letter Mr. Sladf : st. StarkeFL.FILL S ?t'ol'i! ;; :
I escaping from Floruia siaie:\ 139:1 Cherry I ) Al.it..s Shingle roof Lot !
Elementary Chorus McRae and Theresa Thomas. stated: while wot king I" Jim \ I mi 7 bearing pecan trees. I KOI Ii.VT: -Three bedroom' unfiiu'
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'I The second afternoon numberwas "Knowing The Telegiaph's fair- Prison load gangs i I'tni-il" ." sell. One A. Wiggins jilted bouse Klectric stn\t>. h.'

Presents NumbersAt a Norwegian Dance and costumes ne.in dealing with people I am ', in this county. Henry and'ebb' iilioni-,. J 1T-J: I1 (i. Kox 74S, Starke.Fla I watrr eater and atti. fat
I breaking anJ I ZIp :i, IK I'hone :!f"I' 6*> tt,
for htrKOI
: |i imprisoned
fashioned after thecostumes were -
Folk FestivalThe were suie it was just an error on >our I
I in on' i! entering ilAI.K II ELI' \STtf-e'an you i : SALK-1'.ovs ti., \'. I.. 4 :.. '
Norway
worn pait. but in :your aitkle regarding ;: .' tire. .... VV
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DIRTGOOD
!! from the State Prison I UVV IJ': t" .1 o \tra eai-h werk"Full K. 4-4inditi4.n J'> n" .I tA
Staike Elementary School festival! days. Taking part i in this my appearance befoie tlioCity ; Escape I I 'i czuri time -alesnian I'lIn.- I lYitl. al'rlo.s rr.,... A Th VtiI .__. I
'; at Raiford was: charged against USED m.--.n! and If.iniih for I More hId KinBMe
I number weie: Edward Christmas. I Council I was misquoted. I I I Prodt er : J.k 1:11.: '"
Chorus participated in the annual 1 I Roman N Mankowski Dec. 16 RICH .\i.I I* .si!tg'i< Sw'ing :Mai bin. Co K: I.awtev 1III .
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Folk Festival at Stephen Foster Vickie Devrick Donna Faxon. David -! "M\ remark to them was not' 4...' :N Maii4-n St Lake City. Kla.W .
Ingram Donna Tiawick Gail 19.;>5. ifelig
them
that I would fight bringing
Memorial at White Springs last I forgery against TOP SOILSee 'Till. S IiFig r"
Andrews Dennis Batten CaiolynPellum natural ga<: into Starke. My I state- i',I A charge of \XTKIi MAIf Experiencedilou.sr i

Satuiday Over SO local children I Linda Wasdin. \VileyHodge. : :: mtnt to them vas that the sameas I i i Woodrow Rose will also be tried ( ;..!". I .iI ""rk. good rook ,I, \.... hornet now being: itbo....
made the trip fiom Starke and I! Rose is haiged with signing the l In n-f.. set 1of.'r.neeand Health OIiiky your *elrrll".n "0.* while ...
Shirley Moinson, Carol all business would I hate
men do. a nlde rhoir
presented two dances during the I C. I III" It. required 1 i'hone SU.ItiTig. I' of d..I& *mi
i, Ross to a $7ft check liM-alliin. ,
Ann and name Sylvia t \ and ,'11'
Sally
Searing. Epperson. : woilii fight with all possible fl.a.riae
afternoon and two at the nightpertormanee. Itnllablr.
;| Johnny Lee. to ciL.tomers"I I drawn on the Faimers & Dealers BILL JACKSONJackson 1953 'I
means keep my
-u MT; : I-OT\TO Plants {111"1' 1,01'0
| The first number presented during did state that I felt the-1! Bank of Lake Butler. Transfer Company 2 Dr. i I .il Kills ln..Q. V; miles, .-'...rlhI FI.ORm.REALTY CO.

The Folk Festival takes pla.o1f the was | Capiaeses or warrants will be [ Sl.iike (.11 301. :;t|) i. IS
evening peiformance i Goveinment should never go into Seat I Of Starke
ioh spring. with schools from' the Cleik's office Phone 165pJJIj
issued County
by
"Jeannie With The Light Brown business in competition with private I i "'ul: lK\T-Furnished. 2-li.-droomh U.ur .'adr...... W. U.
.111 over Florida taking part. During -! : for the following to appeal ..u-.e on Crystal Lake TeteIili'H.e. SewrU.
Hair which was praised by specj -, businesses; and that this A. J. Thooian
a single peiformance there !I Iire befoie the Circuit Court : Clarence i fllr l .h..d"r..'. L. KIC 3.-,.-, Irmple A,.. Irlrpkoae
3jtarke
i j tators as one of the outstanding should be done with plivate capital -I i \\lni.head rinin.St.' |:ar- > Florida
than 1..100: ( children patti-j
moie i I: Ellis, on a forgery charge: 1.0\ KM.
j numbers presented by an Elementary -J !. I feel them going into the 1953 ItcfcB
c ipatmg !: I 1' Wan F
Chailes n. forget
i School group. Ea'h girl II | gas business: in competition with : 1.. 'sT T"4. 1'.." -, 4.ne rd butt- K"l; KK.NT--: ; l lae in. d-.- iali-i V
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The first aftf'1 noon number I I wore a long colorei dress and i me is no different than them go- 1 C. Lawson. issuing woithUs- 2 Dr. i.i.ol.il. with white face unniark- and tuo I..dl'1' IS { '.,*.ii V

jiiesented by the local group was I.. large picture hat. While Miss I V ing into any other business"I j check: Cecil Ruis. non-support Poitcij o? Seat (' .".I. on.- dun-iolnrrd l'li-as* notify t.utiheaded.is.rked :Manrl. __Nollmaii.li'd.'IiCblC;."> W SIr Maill-un and .MiH n I i 1, I

the King and Queen" dame All Linda Parker sang the title song. also stated they would be minor childien; Henry I Fdu.tids: t Jr $rjrktFuI -. tfrhlf

H'! the boys were kings: and an!} t,, the guts walked with a slow. |i iI going into competition with themselves ; aggravated assault; Carl Milfon1 KOI: hExT-xe.uuaiIc.. inc., ,; fiihed V
IE-T--T: : l" ei.oom home on' 4ottaicr rlr. hill li>'n s, ,
",' the girls wete queens and all]]I sat..Istt'p through a flower I!:I since a large part of tht ,, Hunter non-support of III mill KitiK-Ui' Lake t 'otnpletely fiirnh.d | *.d '"I...-.'rt pof.li.- 1..rK' I.\VV i .!

V\ me silxer crowns This dance i ii' :: II ellis. Taking part in this num- : revenue of our City comes from children 1953 ,- I Hweek during summer shaded and garden .\'iI'! up, ,
I I Sun Mon. Tue.. I'h.ui' 1 177 ..r 4..nt.i-t Carleen "'il. MrI. .M -lark, KI I ,IVV\: H'
'i' authentic Florida folk dance (I bl'r't're: Carolyn Folium. Vickie ., the power plant. Since the Cit.\ May 13: 11 13; Helair I""..- '."I K 'AdkinSt :31.. t'i; t.crhe._I It ,

i ,' Spanish ancestry. Taking part.Devrick.I 1 Donna Faxon. MarilynIernwal. I| a'.teady: owes a very large sum ot nonu:111: :.\TrHE Radio I KM.Ki/ A TTEl IXjt'J.with': I II K''l: SAil: lit ......n..r. /.1 I .1 .

"1 this numb..r't'ft' Joan John-1. } : Susan Slade. Dorothy'1 I| money and would have to borrow used to pay off the very lat gt' \\ aU lin.l'rt.ent'. Seat (' i > 'iniiuiii' 'nt. wantuartior with.: tired i:,mill-, home pin- : .. .n 7

,1Al Yancey. LOIs Hoebe Tom- :( Savage Donna Trawick. Linda :,, another huge sum to go into the ;! indebtedness they alt eady have ''ii .ill I ..."1..1.l ('..015. t VH'tor I efl 2-liectro.iin 1'.1. T 'I" I
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im Andiews. Joan llyan Glenn Wasdm. Mary Ann DallR.bel't1' : gas business' they would then "If you feel you would like 20,000 Leagues Under I h.O; 2'., Last.'s' Itpi > ..ottaRes on lloute: >ini .1! V

1 like Thomas Anderson. Jinme ::: Breen. Janet Nichols. Carol Sear he competing with themselves to correct this error in yourpaper. City of Waldo. ne\t t" (1'1 i..,V II
The Sea i i Full :..\lEI 1-? acres .1 land with I ag.- 31'arlaB.
.- :uiiniei 1m. Henri Lu Dennts. Lint ing. S.tllAnn EppersonThe with gagainst el.'In"ltand; 1 would appreciate this" li"ii-' Four ri..inand bail,. 'I' VS .1 l

I...... Theron Hunter. Lunwixx) final numb, was "The while bunding in income. on gafwmild letter appearing in your next Kirk Douglas Jaiifs .Mason 1954 ",,,01.. in'! ,.f 1'ity limit-, .south.Miu *. F lii .\I.E--Ite!;i-tere.l vli; I:
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l.M.ns, George Morrison. Arlie ihildien won1 pat! lied I 1othk' fl.."11 elect. it\. wh'ill, is a in tin Very truly yours A .. '. Ce.. Jl ll.(5el V .

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