Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03375
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03375
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Lumber Goes Up In Smoke ,


TELEGRAPH Single Copy 10'

1 Official County Publication Established In 1879 I

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.4 I' Fine Tobacco At Brooker
And Girl


... Primary Tuesday
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Plead Guilty 4 # ;,

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To Dope Charges .. Will Decide 3 Races

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A :'\1"\ York .\oiith and his gi: i imipanion S

were arraigned before ,1 t4Fe-4 Brooker Potatoes More than 5,000() Democr.tligible s, and ;50-uid J l'PllI\: -< nur: <

('" ut Judge Geo. L. patten 5 : ( to vote in the Second Primary' xt Tuesdahilt c.

shortage of contests on the II;allot: i is expected to nmtnbiitt'irfrt t t
Monday afternoon and
pleadeu to a lighter vote than in the F Primary, May 8

guilt tu breaking and entering ,& Yield Only Democrats will have a chance: _

Starke drug stole and taking t' to register a choice for two nor Doyle E. Carlton :\> ..ijn.:: .:

narcutK valued by druggist V :: ing chairman, while the Keiiuv.: '
places on the County Commissionand
__Tenth Of slate is headed by Wait: I
CropWith "
E Howard at around $50. one School Board seat, as :,, Fuller.

Judge Patten ordered a pie- t1k:1r well as a slate of delegates for ,

sentence investigation for the s/ Presidential hopefuls Adlai Stevenson The voter will register h.,

must of the red potatoejm !S ,, choice of either Stevenson II'
pair, identified as George Gilbert I- __ and Estes Kefauver. i;!
: the Brooker Kefauver
area dug, an esti as the Democrati
:S.MOKK: SWIKLKU: HIGH o\er B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. Thursday Jr 20.! and Aline Mornssey. 18, "i, The handful of Republicans uit -
matt- by Ralph Nettles, presidential
Manage nominee
:r. I i by placint,
afternoon of Lt.it Meek as an estimated 30-4O,000 feet of cjpress lumber whose home addresses are on the FIRST TOBACCO OF SEASON I being gathered on :May 18 at th.f the : the county have no local or state
in Biooker Farmers Market an X-mark in the circle at th'1
valued at around $:>>,000 was consumed by flames. B. T. Thomas, same street, within a few blocks Woodrow' Shaw farm near Brooker. operated by \\". S. Suggs. showiaboie. 1 indicates the crop this year IiI :*: i candidates to choose from, but (', top of the delegate slate in cat

proprietor said that 38 or 40 sUuks of lumber were destroyed. He :i of each other, in New York City. I only one-tenth of last year's har:,' i do have a choice of delegates instance. Delegates must b t'

thought the fire must hate started from a discarded since In two separate infoi mationj I i pledged to President Eisenhower j,
t Sugg'said that the first picking would jield about 1000 strick<, vesi. I i voted for in a bloc. and cannot
the wind was Mowing "the wrong \\ay" for a spark from the filed against them by State's Attorney i! or a slate pledged to Sen. Wm. ; te:
i from the field of 9.6 acres, and that the Illant.H'r "pretty good con I- Comparable figures show a to- F. marked individually.In .

boiler to hate caused the trouble. He said that no insurance.. carried i: T. E. Duncan they were I''sidering the adverse growing: conditions of the season." I I! tal of 39,281 fifty-poung bag KnowlendThe i ii the race for Democratic Nt-

to the 10..... Mr. Thomas the Starke aDd Waldo charged with breaking and entering ': sample Democratic ballot
cover praised
; He gate two reasons why his tobacco was a great deal panic r of Iikh potatoes last year. Thi; Committeeman the mcun.

firefighters and many volunteers whose efforts Mere successful in i and unlawful possession of than other plantings: one. he set his plants out \ery early the asweek t l'ieason' with only a few more t
keeping the raging/ : fire contained in a small arl'&. "11Il') did a wonderful ':' drugs Standing before the court { ; in February; antI two, the planting had the benefit of irrigation, be dug, the figure stands alt t' 1 the Republican ballot on page real estate agent is opposed
of this issue of
job," he said. "If the fire had been allowed to !oprl'adl' could with solemn faces and in quievoices I ii !' 5.337. I I Telegraph. ; by Jerry W. Carter,
i Mher tobacco in this area is in various stages, with some of according to Nettles !I, It is recommended that voters'' longtime '
j they pleaded quilty
ha\(" lost a quarter of a million feet of lumber." ,I both counts. near Worthin ton Springs about as good as that shown alxive, \\hill? The poor harvest this year i I::3 study these sample ballots member of the Honda Rail

1 I some is only about a foot high. I the result of dry weather and a I1 I thoroughly before going to I road & Public Utilities Commis
The man's father, George ; sion. There

Crippled Clinic Mother And Son Gilbert young Sr., was present with them:l t The weather ha. turned dry again and the smaller tobacco i i-I j killed disastrous most freeze potato plantings that all, am but:I poll 'I ji candidates in are this several race who1 othe-

in court. having 'arrived here needing more rain. i In spite of the shortened ballot,
i names not familiar
I j stunted the rest, resulting in a are so t >
fiom New York over the weekend. !' a fair turnout is expected at the Florida voters.
restricted of
; yield poor quality.
Here FridayThe Accident Victims He said that his son who hal The price was good, opening at' i polls next Tuesday due to vigorous -J For National ('ommittt't'"omar.the

previously admitted taking dope I And CommencementFor t second primary campaigns
Baccalaureate from $2.25: -- $3, and later set -' incumbent Mrs Louise Alton'!
Ince: he was 15 had been treated r | waged by contestants for the two of Jacksonville, has two
I : tling at about a $2 60 average,, opn )rents.
annual Bradford County : A mother was critically injured in i an institution for cure of j : county commissioner and one .
Crippled Children's Clinic will be I her son seriously so, and a three- diets. ad-I but with the extremely low volume i' i school board post to be decided. 1 "
i 94 Seniors In Week : The
Coming : produced the growers lost I deadline for makmgappl''
girl unhurt when .
held at the Bradford County :y escaped The girl told court officials ; These are: cation
their automobile collided I j on the deal or barely made expensea. I 1 for absentee ballot w.t'
Health- Department on Friday. with a that her mother died when she I For County Commissioner. Dist. Thursday afternoon
at ft
Mar 2;;. Registrations will begin fertilizer truck on U. S. 30 1, was very young and that she had The Baccalaureate Sermon for 94 then families :: i I One Harold K. Norman and : Those who have o'clock
I I i Their loss would have been far already made ap
south about 5 o'clock la lt Saturday
at 8:30: a.m. > i been living in recent years with members of the 1956 graduating Commencement i Carl Prevail, incumbent | plication. however
afternoon. 'I creater. but for the fact that may cast absentee -
The Clinic is being conducted : her aged grandparents. He I I class of Bradford High School will Commencement exercises will I b until 5
under the auspicies of the Florida The Negro driver of the true k. t father whom she said she saw i be preached Sunday night in the held Friday night. June 1, in the"[ the potatoes had been planteJi I. i Five -. M. O. Harrell, incumbent J! Monday. up p n

Crippled Children's Commission I Hezzie Green of Ft. Lauderdale. only occasionally, was notified of i I First Methodist Church by the HHS stadium starting at 8 o'clock. i j under an arrangement whereby and Floyd Wiggins. I Polls
: I outside concerns furnished the open Tuesday '
American Legion Post 56 of I was fined $.>0 in Mayor's Court the arraignment, hut wired to let I v aor. Rev R. D. Sommer. The Addresser this year will be mad! For School Board District Two ,I and close morning r7am.
seed and fertilizer return tOlL at 7
.Starke and its Auxiliary. here Monday when he pleaded! i him know the outcome and did ; service will begin at 8 p.m. Rev. by the class valedictorian Ins I in ., J. K Brown, incumbent and Reports from p.m

Visiting staff will include Or I guilty to charges of reckless not make the trip to Starke I I W. S. IcAlIle};, pastor of the First 'stern, and salutatorian Kath) i I i50 per cent of the output. W. C. (Billy) Powell i!I cincls are expected the much various pre

thopedic surgeo'ns from Jacksonville driving The couple had been in Starke' Presbyterian Church, will bring Han ell. The invocation will be 1 bj,, During the past week their The Stevenson slate of delegates than in the First soone

a pediatrician plastic surgeon -I According to Green story I he about three weeks and had been i iI I I the i invocation and pronounce the t Rev. I. D. Haines pastor of the I' was a small volume of spring proi' :- ; is headed by former Gover- the shorter ballotRotary Primary due t
; duce on the market. as follows:
and others including a was travelling south on 301 when i staying in a local rooming house i, benediction The High School Glee First Baptist Church, and musical

physiotherapist and a representative I a woman driver in a car just as man and wife under the name :!Club will provide special music. :numbers will he provided by thE,. 1 a few cukes with tancy grades Selective Service .

from the brace company.'I ahead stopped on the highway of }[r. and Mrs. Lynch. Soon I I Following the service the Meth- High School Glee Club and Band | bunging up tQ $5.50; ; squash Awards

I I without : 11 Iii i I'''o.list'SCS and Wesleyan Service C. S. Pditin, BHS brought from $1 to $1.50; beans To Reclassify
They will be assisted by the staff giving any signal. after their arrival here they ob- principal. wiL I

of the Bradford County Health II'I i'i brakes locked as he was tryingto i tamed a few prescriptions from :t Guild will be host at a reception present special awards, and Supt 1 1 both Black Valentine and Tend..rgnen Some RegistrantsSelective ScholarshipTo
I I h the recreation building for mem- H. p. ; sold for $3 toI..
his Morgan will
Department and volunteer work- stop truck to avoid a local doctors for small amounts give diplomas U

era t crash. Green said. making him i i of drugs saying they were for I i b ers of the graduating class .and members of the graduating class Nettles said that the whole Service Local Board IS BHS SeniorJames

This Jmlc: is free of charge and j I swerve to the wrong sid of the I! their "grandmother." They soon( a Brooker farming section is again announces that all registrants who

any child under age of 21, with I road Tire marks indicated that aroused the suspicions of the doctors Farm ProductsIn ; lacing a critical moisture short- |are now classified 1-C (Reserve) Eunice of Lawtl'I"

a crippling condition is eligible'; he skidded a distance of 147 feet and druggists however, and Students Begin age. 'and i introduced at the
A northbound Chevrolet. driven this of was cut off yellow," 1-C .f(Discharge) will be re-
fur examination. Needed follow- source drugs 'Crops are tinning i!i luncheon
up hospital care will be available'by Dario Ochoa, 19, and rat rving- from them. The girl was picked I 54 Valued haid. "due to the fait thatth : classified. The classification- of meeting of the Stark,.

to children whose family is his mother Mrs. Luz Del Pup and up in Gainesville when she tried : Vacation Today / shallow roots are burning up ,I,1-C (Reserve) and 1-C (Discharge) I I Rotary Club as winner of a $100,

able to pay for treatment.Appointments un-I little daughter. Maria caught t the: to forge a prescription and was At $ and dying. The recent rains have been discontinued by the one-year scholarship presented bvi

have been given right, rear wheel of the truck as jailed overnight. I i' t r j brought the roots up to the surface -i,Selective Service System. These i the club t0 a Senior boy u h >

t,, a large number of children byi J I i i it careened across the highway. They apparently resorted to : Summer holidays for I and now that it has turned I ( would not otherwise be
I Ochoa admitted driving at a high The value of products sold i ii a som* registrants will be reclassified byLocal able tuc
the local : dry again the roots are drying
the County Public Health Nurses breaking and entering ,3.000( Bradford j attend
rate of speed. I store when other means of 1951 by operators of 611 farm!s County students: I( Board 18 after their file has college. The a..ard.wIIJ
and the Orthopedic Field Nurse. drug and up.
Parents of any children with a''I Mrs. Del Pup was in a critical obtaining dope were denied them. |I i in Bradford County was $1.256: ,- I!i 132 faculty members begin I He said the immediate outlook ,been reviewed on the basis of cur- I ner thanked the members of th.I .

crippling condition who have not: condition for several days in Police records here show that j 873 according to preliminary report today with the cessation or regular -' is poor unless there is som i I[ rf nt regulations. A new notice of I club and expressed his apprecia

been notified are invited to bring I I, Bradford County Hospital. but is Howard's Drugs & Prescriptions of the 1954 census of Agri I- i( classes Although classroom I, rain! soon. I II I I classification will be mailed to each I r tion for the scholarship which
reported to be making satisfactory I
their children to this clinic for ( now. Her i on Temple Avenue was entered I'i culture published by the Bureai j work is over, all students must I I The tobacco crop is spotty,. registrant a: soon as this is ac- i would make it possible for him t,,

examination. I I recovery a possible skull fracture injurie'lincillded : during the early morning hours of the Census, U. S. Department t !I report back to hhcir respective, with plants in the field of varying:jcomplished. 'I, atend: college Rotary President

II I cerebral concussion, lacerations 1 of May 12. Entrance was gainedby !j jr of Commerce. I schools on June 1 to leceive ii I sizes, due to the large amount of Local Board 18 covers Bradford T. II. Slade Introduced the
oft re- ''
1 out the of aback I II
r knocking panel
and Union
that done. Counties. student.
BHS Science Club j re-setting was I Members I
forehead left nostril, and lip, contusions ,, and the lock. The value of all crops sold wa S J i port cards I 4'i
door tripping
He said that N T. Thomas are: D. H. Dukes (Union County) J The program was in
of anterior chest four $545,821 and included $257,60 9I.I > Teachers charge ot
will I
Sees DemonstrationOf broken ribs, broken collar bone, I Police Officers Riley Sweat and for field crops $202,521 for vegetables I planning duty remain on post i| Sr. and Jr. had a fine looking to- G. S. Newcomb and W. C. (Billy* j i j W. S. Sibley who introduced the
E. F. Miles spotted Gilbert leav- through Monday, Powell Bradford .
Atomic Energy broken knee cap. fractured ster- S4.079 for fruits and nuts,.1 June 4 About a dozen ;, bacco crop. County) Ii | guest speaker Dr. H. R. Bellinger
(I 1' the store and trailed i will work Mrs. Rhoda Z. Dampier. Clerk of local
ing drug I The white has not i chiropractor. Dr.
num. internal injuries and shock. and $1,615 for horticultural ape on at BHS in I potato crop ; Bollmgter
The BHS Science Club in co She will probably be in the hospital : him to the rooming house. lie cialties. | summer connection with the yet been dug Nettles said. '|I Local Board 18. reminds those boys I I gave an interesting discussion of
surrendered and admitted stealingthe program which begins who have reached their 18th birthday
I I : chiropractic and the
operation with the American here for another month or so The value Of all livestock and I ,' June 4 and i type of casein *
drugs most of which wererecovered. continues through I living in Bradford and Union which
Museum of Atomic Energy, presented Her son had a fractured thigh I l livestock products sold 1July 27.Principal; application has bee.
The gill was found ( Leads Counties, that they are required to'rcgister declared successful.
an in:ares ting programMay nnd cuts on face and arm. Upon $613.091! and ''
: unconscious on a bed in the room included $21,727 for : Chas. S. Partin with Selective Service :
16 the of atomicenergy I
on uses of his
request father. lives.
I presumably the victim of an o't'rdose dairy products. $371.521 for poultry I- has resigned to go to Eustis. Team To Victory i;within five days after they have |
both in peace and war in Havana Cuba he was sent by and poultry products and I I ; will 'Hospital Board
remain reached their 18th
of drugs j on duty here birthday Eighteen -
through ,
time.Burton L. Flowers of Oak ,j there.Wednesday to join his father Iulane \, Neither the girl nor boy had a $221S46 for livestock. and livestock t;June. : In Practice Game year olds can register at Local i ,Sets Visiting HoursThe
products.The j Board 18. 121 E. Call Street. '
Ridge. Tenn. represented the I Mrs. Del Pup and her children previous J.'.R.I. record Sheriff Bandmaster. C. Thomp.'In
; i
value of forest tarkl', : Board of
productssold Monday through Thursday I Trustees of the
museum in providing equipment t were on their way from their P D. Reddish said. I has resigned to accept thei
I from the county's farms was Sophomore Curtis McGee led ;, Bradford County Hospital hail
for the program. He told the home in Miami to visit her present Although the stolen drugs had i same position with the j
I I I .92955.; I new Santi: his White team to a 7-0 victory School established the following scheduleof
history of atomic energy from husband who is employed in' an estimated actual value of only Fe consolidated : ( Beginners
the Green team
I Information on tht'"alue of in Alachua: over in a spring visiting hours which is now in
the time of its discovery up to Atlanta Ga I I $850: according to druggist farm products sold is presented: ;1 County, will also remain and 1 practice football game last Saturday Asked To Register effect: from 2 to 4 o'clock in the

the present date. The truck involved belonged to Howard on the so-called drughla..k for each county in a preliminary II'work I with the summer i night at Bradford Field. i Next afternoon, and from 7 to 8 30:
The program was presented the Everglades Fertilizer Co. of market they would have piogram WednesdayThe
o'clock in
1 The two teams the
State were evenly evening.
free of charge to grades 10 Ft. Lauderdale. owned by John B I commanded a price of several report, copies of which may through June. I
matched. and either could have
1 be
through 12. and was enjoyed byj I Dye of Kingsley Lake and Ft. thousand! dollars Sheriff Reddish purchased from the Bureau of Adult night classes will Starke Elementary School
continue -
I the Census. Washington 25, D. scored more with a few breaks ;will register who Hi-Y Club Members
all. Lauderdale I said. | Cat at the Starke school pupils are to begin
10 until The coaches were well I :
: cents each. : pleased school in
August 1I September on next Plan
i,. with the way the boys were hit j;Wednesday. May 30, from 9 a.m. to Car WashingThe

ting hard, and the tackling looked 1 :3:30:: p.m.Any .

I I Warden Tells Story Of Prison Riot At ;pretty: good. :|, child whose sixth birthday car w-aYi Hi-Y on Club Saturday is .sponsonn.-May 26. *',

Raiford! :McGee got off on a 30-yard run :comes before Jan. 1, 1957 is eligible the home of Glenn Reddish. starting

in the second quarter and that to enter school In Seplember. Par- i
at 9 a m. The charge isSI I
in an interview with Tne Telegraph |mg Dottles at the window and the finished the scoring for the night enl--. must present a birth certificate -
'n p.iperAns per car, and pick up and deliver.service .
36 hours after the riot at. I'lnt' hit the bar m front of my fac about 100 feet from the gate Van Prescott was outstanding: at time of registration.
e. er opl'ning I- i will) be offered Thos nib
Raiford on Thursday. May 17. Prison -'I' :nd a splinter. of glass just miss TWENTY-FIVE not. it "Must emphatically!ir into the athletic field. Some on the losing team picking up I Pupils who register on this date i ,wish this servnc, m!*

Superintendent DeWitt Sin- :m eye' YEARS OF BEANS U) keep the was absolutely necessan cj i early reports said that the man good yardage at times from hi.s will be read for the opening day .Funds raised Will w ''iserf ti, hen
lair gave a graphic account of'J I Rm'dalr inmates from getting had been | halfback (rll school whirh
paused!, in relating ttistory. Ie into the I: killed while still on the' position. o Tenlj.l'elst't! ;I I finance i Hi'Y 1 '.> i 'i, '<
rip miJeach
the uprising and explained hi. attitude glanced dining hall for if they gol L |field.) 'for Sept 4.
about \ Coach
Lennard [
I the livin g group of /guards were sitting there, they : Register wis i ] May 28.U
I toward the press. im of his home and then add d:: around the Main flate at to the would have had acces:;-,;' Q. "What was the cause of the pleased with the performance "of

Shortly after I "It ir just by the grace of Go,d the State Prison the day after kitchen warehouse and and food. th ;riot?" I several young boys, and beliws [ ,

the 1 501) con-. i; that I am not stone blind today!!"' the riot Ia..tt't'k.. feet weapons and in ef'i j A. "It's hard to In !' that with the experience of thr...- J S
would have had say. our:
\ id t the .
massed irhc i He continued-: The' were pris 'I or four under their ,
I comparing notes on. If they had | questioning of all the ringleaders I, games bpI>-
atnietu field ; "1 saw then that we were gom g : on their work squads and kid. those buildings it gotten control oi:I. : the only one who talked mid: 'We they will be a big help to 'lIE'squad

T VVH> >'ailed to ( 'tu have tumble I ding about the bean i might have been I''didn't .
I next
so gave order diet, when mean for ; fall.Bamboo
a week before any free-men
trii telephone ', .;::;s I I we could have got' I toj
thai the ke I
guards were to be arme sM> up: ten them :get hurt.. ,
out. and
'One i if the 4. and that they were to keep th d"I e I lack a few months of having what there's no telling i Food .Describedi '
damage to Blazes
.mvi. t > had inmates out of the dining room. 1 t'. 23 jears of eating them would have resulted, property i I "The food, particularly the noonj
ui'heu :.1 phone Was while I beans," he said I or how many
was phoning the Govierro "and >ou know, lives lost meal consisting of beans
tnd said: I still i, in the struggle to rout or peas I, Prankifh children set fire
that like
1 >r I heard! the gunfirewhich I Yin! ;side meat. coffee
I them out. t and bread. is
"\\'f want to !1 lesulted e.s said bamboo hedge at 309 Chn-' .i>
in one inmate' i to be a cause but we have had ez.
'alk t" you by !death and the : :No Hoarding !i-dlool I few I St.. causing a run by the i:
of ijdei
complaints about
1 guard. until
we had it. The
I a
.oursel; There .' "They were warned not to I : fire department Tuesday T -
are 2400 of others ; tl'to. .
us to l't a
.ut hena.r.J we can j "After get everything back to normal I II get through to the dining _f; good breakfast either cereal, j hedge! burned rapidly. endani 5, -.5 r _ _
stay out here the shooting: the rioter sj I again, and the time to room pancakes or bacon and ,
i questionj.eaih door! eggs) and I
three days if we have to. treated out into the field ; but they advanced, cursing, ja I i i;ing a house belonging to Mrs E
We'rt'i I ami one good evening meal
separately. is
.'n the I I throwing bottles, and just ,J. but I L
end Dowhng. the
telling now! ot long after that when they would I about firefigh'- :
i' "It what
tht'Ywn was late that night bt fore have I i you outsiders would I -
"I hung up the receiver and went I: told to form squads if they Werready e ''we had finished our questioning I rot been broken through if they had I have at home. The reason for the ; ,quickly extinguished the .i .i/.e I .ii A At
ID a barred window stopped. ;nd the house: remained I
the end of to obey orders again, th; and separated the sheep from the II I [light noon meal ir that it is served u
the hall of the Rock, which iren lined and I "This is a prison not .in (lamaged.Mayor..
looks a
up were marchei d'1 I grats" The troublemakers were boarding mobile units which go with the
out into the athletic field and called back into the cellhou.se. ,school. In the army. they mark !work
I li-er.t to the Flat-top for security a squads some distance from L
the -onvicts.Class Leaders Picked Out I line and tl'll'OU not to cross it. the prison. .1 I Court
reasons'I j ,: ChangeA
lit I
Misses Kje "But the you do they shoot. The ,
guards "Two '
picked out tlu s Sinclair. 57. who took rioting j i days ago some inmates re-
"They were shouting and cursing ringleaders as they marched up tc> I top job at the over | inmates were warned to stay out ,fused to eat the noon meal, but 'kUrLIULE
and wouldn't i prwn the first of! j the I' : Jiange] in time for Mayo, i
come lof court but CAR
up close the and sent they ignored the outside
andspeak gate them back to> this year upon the of that I don't know of any'| C"ouit was announced
I retirement of! yesterday
order I >
clearly but and
I did I
hear even shouted
them the field, and by the that trouble
time all the> L. F. !I theyiwould over food. You :
Chapman couldn'i. 11
> W.
.\ell: 'We wont talk unless I ( then volunteered I take the I Mayor T. Jackson. Here-
we squads had come in. there were 59 1 I to guns away from please everyone about food if \\ho
have three I answer qaesUons.n i the I you: t ofore held each Monday morning cares about a Cadillac sajs Mike Culdwire
things ,i guards.
somebody from I of the ringleaders out there i i !j tried to. (fat wlv-eli
the Governor's FBI Question: "Was it true that the 1' ( Later. I j a it, 10 o'clock the new time Curat nd his passengerVajne Mundorff, as
office. the and : the field. i it was learned that the "We are lenient they take off for a spin in
.1 I.v'ain! man was killed m cold with the prisonc ourt d I like's onl'-<' Under
the newspapers They were throw. 'These blood. slain inmate fell almost at the : convening will be Monoav: ) EMhelman sports ('ar.nd bisid.the .
ringleaders ers here
!put unt as Ths is a medium
reported ba Jacksonville news- door !leading into the riming 1 hal! Continued On Page securia' fternoon a: 5 ockxk.: the M"\"',- maid 70 miles per gallon; fits a ten-agers pocketbook much better

Eight s tfc un Cadillac .
mJIl'agt'ould the boj* ....y.I .



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; i m-, :.> i.tia.de.: The many '
To Park
By Sam )ldarn'(; }' Coming ''! i't'l:- ft: .'I": '' es of animi ,.:- ,

Preference For President I Th.a< "tr.t\ of life on the -. ,> !!.i-.t '' : ippeannsr For Graduation I ;

'U ''l i c I ; _!'ouous ie, 0r :',-

NV\t Tuesday tin iHopkof' Florida will rtrtt.t Michael A snapping" young nun; Walt D.;;ie'The Vanishing: 11 : L'--v! Iv.s t aptu:t d c,':
of IS months :' 'i" f.o bas,. dram of i \\.ii., ::.:, t tt
!f"r tinIir 1 >: t time. under the state'nev I'lv-'iUi' r 1'I.uI'I": .tuning ctt the ParkThe tI t
;as it ',\.1 is befoit, thi! !: -' -i':'
I tial Preferential; Primary law. which ha1: 1 h"dl itie :inci.ty toi a thiee-tliy I
trlltlg.j \\e"t\\ud.! I
Charlie Ga.-Km said the leceni.i t tin.
railed the best in the nation." In the I ., I
j past :,'ns hurt his toba< co crop, ar.:11 i K.inu.n:: ; f1I1Ith,' juhentuics ,(
FIniidiansoted: ( for delegates: to party coin LItions \ understand the rains an'1b of :-i bison calf from birth t"

t : 'l.y name! often without knowing what candidate .:-i'r!'! ,tfl also scalded some ('arl buffulo-rhildhotwl., to the ACITABSlOcNew t

for nomination the delegates would support! ; <." ; .- :In the Heilbronn area. ai tivities of a savage badger, the
and better relit fur imlii--
ill the final showdown. \'. : '.. ; '.' :In" ,.!.d M! :.1 -i i.i the tobacco we've seen film captures the dramatic life of
This time, those of who to the polls is .tt, spotty and it appears now lion meant lobo gu> and ip-rt
us go i next: ": :\1.: ,'.,1 i .M i. .-: :ail ;..< kingI !'toma'h.k for themITJ! '- I
Tuesday I will find on the ballot the printed slates< tl. i t' it is going to be difficult to Supervisor for the Soil Conservation -
.. .
I < ; 't I 17 i-' i he other Hhere.
fj! servo RradfoHoil
of delegates: who have indicated their preference* dny'' handle the el'l"t was in 37W
and Mill iliiln the Conseivation District assist- ..
get a
within I I the party for a certain: candidate for presi- TIlE ('HEX]! : COriiiladt'lphia. tS'S
dent Tuesday's Itn oeratic Party ballot will: whole patch With the weeds It doesn't seem possible thatit ing George Brown, Area Soil I'.i. '
Scientist.. f-
o'M'iation the
n .1\
carry a slate of delegates! for Adlai Stevenson, and getting higher day by day it is has turned off dry again so ,. SalesmenVanted .
had toient >ii Htil'!f.: 1 C .iint--:
another for Estes Kefauver A copy of the ballot getting to be a problem to find soon after the good rains we
i is printid elsewhere in this issue in order that: the bushes, let alone the berries. not so long ago. But the troubleis =- --==--- I

voters might familiarize themselves with its contents They are smaller, but taste better that the water brought the -;: If

before going to the !polls. now than early in the season. roots up to the surface and now
the root- V Cw
that it is dry again f
These two groups of delegates have filed a pel, e e and dying. Lots of
tion indicating their choice of a candidate, uIII Man alive, but we saw the are burning !i- {
the corn around the county
their names, together with the name of the candidate Mutt and Jeff of the dog kingdom already showing a YE11o".1..,r i- ,
they will!! support at the convention will ap-] at the Tyler Jones' place result.

pear on the ballot.! Voters will cast a :;singleol this w.'ek. When we drove in. p S e e !

for the entire slate It will not be possible 1 tu a couple of little pooches Chihua- That rascal I-eo t.tuut i<: '
for delegates individually by huas (we had to look up the
vote name. self another chicken tin- W.--K
This is the first time that Floridians have been spelling i, about as small as a dog but this time Sam wa fight ."" .

able to express at the polls their preference for can be. came up balking fiercely. hand and chopped the old hei 2 S< r">$ .
While we were talking to Tyler.a .
one candidate for the Democratic nomination over< head off and we ate the bud e.:
great big dog almost as big as //r! Utl ; ;
another. The \'otingin Florida next Tuesday not Leo. lie acted lam .1.
might well decide who will get the Democratic a pony came loping up (ta Great though he had been (heated bn' .

nomination, for whichever is given the nod of aiproval Dane.) but he was friendly as we explained that we could n..t t tl tlw J r :! '
could be. Looks like he doesn'thave I byr
in Florida may well go on to win in the afford to feed him a i'hirken i J 1
to bark or bite anyone: all -- ,. : <', \
Floridians should da'hen he seemed unimpiesed. ; '
California in
primary appreciate | tt "
he would have to do is lean ,
the opportunity that will be afforded Sam told him he would gut"him
against you! knock on the noggin if hi'ditln't t' ., I
direct a .
them next Tuesday to a preferenceas
express I ... : i
Io wagge.1'his v
this ,
to nominees: and should show their appreciation quit at 1f.Jt; .t
They ..really ha,! tough luck tail o k. z t : t 1". i
by turning out to cast a heavy second primary with their potatoes out at Crocker S e e ..... .. ;, ,,,
vote. this season. Take the case of f 'I
the trt't'Wf' .
We enjoy at tl .f.: "
locking h Door Bin or .
In addition to the presidential perferential dtcision. '- Roy Green. He had 10 acres of have growing on our place orgest !. "" ':,.. ". f. j
there are three important races to be decided spuds! and when he dug them the good price Any Refrigerator : ', \0.., .. .. .5' .J Ir
think *" .
when v\e of ..... ....
in Bradford County two county commi recently he got 1.17: bushels from that pulpwood is bringing these -.--- Hoidt I hop! *a., .4. .. ,......- 'ij
sjoners and one school board member are to he the whole planting. days Seems that good wood 1 ol milkPlus .. ; t it:. '"" 1..$ .

elected. This county did itself proud in polling S depending on several factors i- 'p,,,,", Ihef' onp'i b...rarl roan :. J
more than cent of its register Lloyd Dyal got SOO bags of all and 1 tin .
eighty per bringing up to $S a unit : Holds I/Jbtitht \ strength in the first primary. May 8 but the grades from 27 acres and when is a fine price. '!'loblet m the shag : ; ., 'I;

job isn't complete until the votes are counted on you realize that he should have U e e ECl1 cost impel -.- ._------.. .. _- 'J
May: 29. Let's not spoil a good record in the first Jot that many from only a few Had a man stop in this weekto a ,era m bEVEMEFN
can se how hard they '
nnes you
primary by a sorry turnout next Tuesday. here hit from the freeze last dicker for some of our cows or Sheeritmnur fnlla.v--o frankly! feminine YiiLy Vaughncall '

sprin calves and we had quite a time /- it Po"Jpr Puff. Tin-. runaway ruffles frame a portrait

Serve A S e e baitaining: with him He wouldn'tset neckline, the slepvetlicn (
Riot May PurposeAlthough siioucap dance in circle> around
Bill Jr. has of a price and we wouldn't, at
a patch
10 8 Irish potatoes that they say > official investigation
there has been -
no feel in flocked nylon that a-hes beautifully/ tides in minute
don't ,
Prison last real pretty. He. planted them later. Trouble is, we giant storage capacity *,
of the disturbance at the State
late, and hasn't! dug them jet. able, to match wits with some ofthl'se for both fresh and frozen food. needs no iron. Have it for graduation and the next uf'ilinglengagemt'nf. '
would the basis of facts so far
week, it seem, on
S e a cattle buyers, for they sureaie Graduation
at hand, that the prison authorities and staff dida Visited with the Louie Wain- a sharp bunch of traders. Ssye Size. 7 to 15.; while. tinl.lrlue or \tllow./

commendable job in quelling the uprising quickly wiight i family out at the State S e e 100"

and firmly, even though, unfortunately om Farm this week. Edna showedus Feels like it's summertime $ e95OBDIN'

inmate was killed and 11 wounded in the process their garden which looks good, again, so look out for that sun

It is quite possible that. being situated as closeas < especially the staked-up tomatoes when it gets high in the sky, or

we are to the prison, we feel much more exposed \Vainwrights have three chil- "the beard get you."
to the possibility of a mass breakout of! WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE
prisoners and the almost certain danger that fall than any grass I know of.
would result to our citizens this occurred than Mi Ellis is using Pensacola and Ba-he :.21 I X. Temple .\' e. Phone 11GStaike. DEPT. STORE
hia in his grove
others who live at a distance. Starke, Lake Butler ?; fe..bit is workingout pecan fine. He
Lawtey, and other towns within a radius of Florida
states that he has to use more Starke.
fifteen or twenty miles of the prison have a very nitrogen to feed the trees and r Florida

real stake in what goes on there, and are in ever = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH = t the grass I
present danger from escapees, whether single or
multiple Soil Conservation Dr. Marco used the District's

One Jacksonville newspaper apparently peeved gram drill to plant millet for -
because of an alleged cooperative) attitude on summer pasture on his place located -

the art of prison officials reported anonymous ISy Kill Haa- on the State Farm Road.
the rioting prisoners Millet is one of the best temporary -
sources to the effect that Soil Conservation Sen kt'Cumplt'te
were shot down in cold blood by "triggerhappyguards summer pastures that is
Hut such charges do not stand up on used when you need grass to sup-
soil and water
con- other
plement your pastures.
the basis of information now at hand. servatiun faini plans were pre- +clj t

The guards: were issued weapons only after it l>aml for Lucian Conner and A. Doyle Conner used the Dis-

became plain to Warden DeWitt Sinclair that the C. Kills. Lucian is going to pu'tin trict's rotooycle mower to mow

situation was out of hand. A moh of some 1.500 pasture on most of his land. the weeds on his Pangola pas ligq it-
prisoners, some of them armed with baseball bats He is going to use Pensacola lii- tuie. Weed control is one of tae fiaid "New 8 ft bo. or r, c mon, vg, lie *eatu e5 memo >-g
whee nose at ow extra 'J11.'
and bottles calls for tern measures. hia for the main pastille grass. big problems now that there is; JOOI.Td eihout' val i.F .

The guards were ordered to keep the rioting I came up on Mr Ellis hoeing some moisture in the ground. Dy

prisoners away from the entrance to the dining his tomatoes the other day andit controlling the weeds on perm- .. '--ii

hall where if they had gained control they could didn't take much talking t.) nant pastures gives the grass a '. $>. ''' kd5gr3'
have "holed up" for weeks with plenty of food as get him to step over into the chance to get out and grow. : : : .

well as knives and other utensils for weapons. shade of a big oak tree to discuss Edwin Smith used the KKA 'Uti
the armed guardsto a farm plan for his place.
ordered by
The convicts were tractor and the District's ioto-
keep back from the entrance, but'Mill they advanced. While discussing the plan, Mr. cycle mower to mow the Legion'sPair
Kills: leaned on his hoe and -
cursing, throwing bottles and threatening pointed Grounds The Legion has
to taI, the guns away from the guards until to a fine field of Pensacola planted Pensacola Bahia on most ;
H.ihi.i and remarked that it is
they met one answer they understood force in about the best pasture grass we of the area. This grass will makea ..

the form of gunfire.In have in this area. He said "that good cover and keep the soil
connection with the Kaiford: incident last will from blowing. .
grass come out earlier 11
week. it should be remembered that during the
the sprint and stays later in the W H. Bui'khannan. SurveyHERE'S :
past several years there has been a large numberof

riots various prisons throughout the country.In _

one, the prisoners gained the upper hand barricaded C.ie,
themselves in a main building. caused THE SECRET: (..._ D.li.y.
damage estimated at around a million dollars. )', -:1 ., '.

and held out for a long time. IjJIIJlPPI JI/:rill iI/L/f fJ'J."J"D.r-.. .'J ,0'1 .e ..
serious riots elsewhere in rd C-900 ,, : ; ; v 3ai i ui .
With these more araiaye" ,
mind, we cannot help but feel that our officials POWER MOWER. any truck check .:.".' ." -r r .ae"a.I'I"i rUC ,'. '
instead of condemned
here should be commended,
for their prompt and efficient handling of what HAS NO WHEELS

could have !been a far deadlier situation.No I Powerful, self-propell Ford for price for dependable!
: line seems to know exactly what grievance ed roller drive. Glides ,
outburst last week. To the
if any. provoked the on Skid-pan. Can-
extent that is is in our power we would be among riot scalp lawn.Fingertip .

the first to expose inhumane treatment or any forward-stop-Reverie. performance for low upkeepand

other abuses, if we knew they existed. Hut evidence Leaf Mulcher available. A new ,

of such has not come to light S kind of power mower.
It i is: well to remember that. except in extremely remember.

rare cases, the inmates are in prison because they TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY :

would not abide by society's laws, and we do not

:.1 along with well-meaning\ but fatuous reform HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR' CO.
take the side of
t rs who on the slightest pretext

the prisoners against officials.
Although last week's incident was regrettableit PHONE 69 ST.HKEI'I.HUNDREDS .,\.

is conceivable that some good might come fromit FORD

if the publicity serves to focus the attentionof

the public and our state officials on intolerably .
overcrowded l conditions at the: prison which, either

directly indirectly were undoubtedly a factorin t

the unrest that led to the prison uprising. With .rRU CKS
P 350 Parcel Delivery g.0 .. hdsry-beih teedem.zk TOO.
more than 2.00 inmates crowded into tluarterSand e. ; .. ;.a'y :,_ 'J' = .- 4. :; .. .t: ,_ 5 J ..
using facilities designed for 1.600 the wonder ; .\.0 JL".e- ," ; I" ,. ': i _
i i.; that incidents such as this are not more frequent of details) are managed and economic-

ally attended that only a trained and (

With110rl' ;(stake than the citizens ot any careful organization can attend when word \meriC'a'slowest-pricl'd: line COST Operating costs? Only Ford give>

other section of Florida, we in the immediate area the urgent need for serving is at trucks. A comparison of factory- you the oil and gas economy of a

surrounding the prison should each become .1 hand. ranested list prices shows that Ford .. modern Short Stroke engine in every

committee of one to try and awaken the rest of \u more models priced under com- truck, V-3 or Six. And Ford Trucks

state to the imminent danger in overcrowded I fldoB than any other line. cost less to maintain because they'rePut

conditions the as they now exist. in the hope that low Initial cost i is only one of I: ESS I built stronger last longer. Using
will do something to relieve DeWITT C. JONES :h* rswons why Fords cost less. Taker f latest data, life insurance experts

the next legislature Phone 7 Starke, Fla. -.."!le value. Any used-truck: dealer 'i e prone Ford Trucks!last longer! See for

the situation vill tell you there's always a good yourself: why Ford Trucks cost less-
i5'.5'S'c: ++ nnnonca S445 sa5 Scs 525i,2THE Funeral Director Ambulance Service market for a Ford Truck yet give you far more for your money.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Our local funeral home enable 01 to offer ccnvtnleieea\ td j
EST 1879 services not otherwU Available.


II"- 1 We furnish the highest type ul'\1c. at loweet price, sadaccept
( AN 7 late i Insurance policy in force luoed by ANY

J EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEBfD AS SECOND CLASS com pan T, aa payment in pan or !a full on a funeral & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118
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"vnrnn.n..vyyv,1I resident Mr. Hodge is in The I '-h- guests of Mr. and Mrs C |I MERRY-GO-ROUND ROMANCEI __-- = ===;'_

Bradford County Hospital in Atkinson Thursday night : I

ROOKERKy I ( Ftarke and is to come home Tues- Mr and Mrs. S. K. Pjon..jf'; : '' + .

day. j I Wauchula were guests of Mi. aid! : t tI

:New Arrival I| Mrs. R:. A. Nettles last week..l- I x Ill1 4
Mrs. I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Clark oft i so for the weekend was ci.aiu1Fisher : ,

, N A A A A A..1uirl. Lake City announce the arrival j of Jacksonville.Mrs. .

of a son on May 10 in the Lake Cone .
( Auxiliary *tM'i.il ;, I Lily jwnt "i \ < i tldays !
Shore Hospital. The Clal ks' home last week M-I'.m J :
The thus : <
Auxiliary completed!i I
11. the hew was destroyed by fire a few daughters Mrs. M F. Uzr .rid i
)t 'J1'eek *ith a social at <
fivn (Vntei' Saturday night. The!' months ago. i, Mrs Bill riummer in Si.nK' !

.win was beautifully decorated Allen Lewis spent the weekend j P.eand :Mrs.: Fred Giet-i! ..I i

in St. Augustine visiting Mr. and | Jacksonville were vistng: Mi
i\i n leliou and green crepe'pa j ; f"SuperRight"
Mrs. F. N. Porter and family.I I I
Imiooi and Mrs. Russell Green and : u-
iei games were played
Jean Endicott and Mr. and Mrs
ily Monday.
lid .tijt-ved by the 15 young
Wayne Stalnaker and children Brand Fancy Quality
neoplt who attended. Linda I' Mr and Mrs. R. H. Gtfn: ..'(1 I Ix
spent Sunday afternoon at Poe
;a\'lf Green' won the prize in ai, family attended the Green family -

quiz game based on the C Aj i Springs. I reunion in Ja kson\iiif: {*m. 1
Wo ale very sorry to hear that
Manual Kefn.bhments were served -! day at the home of Amy Mi<(' I- LUNCH
James Padgett is ill at his home MEAT
during the evening Mrs. E.j! mick. Mrs McCormuk. oho '",.-- s '
Visiting him Sunday \\ere Mr. and
L Lester was; chaperone. ,t1 injuied in an automobile ,t<'i.ii: i. iit
Mrs. FJmar Stokes of GainesvilleMr.
UMT: Meet several weeks ago, is now :able 1 i.
j and Mrs. Lloyd Padgettwere
get around the house with the'
11,1 See 3 12-oz
The Brooker W IU I
Baptist visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. I ome
of crutches.Mr.
met at the church for their regu-I Waters in Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. 19C

ar monthly meeting. Mrs. :M.: 0'1 I and Mrs. Emmer Walkerof and Mrs.II. W. Andean .. You'll Save ot A+PIC
of Jacksonville and Mi and Mi.- .
Harrell president, presided a Jacksonville were Sunday wF.. I 1Dole's
the business meeting; Mrs!I J. M. Hendiey of Mandarin were 3 I
and guests of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd I
Theo Dyal was in charge of the'I!' Padgett and family. recent visitors of the Russell | v Sliced HawaiianPINEAPPLE
I Iuillary Greens. I
program. Judy Stokes of Gainesville was visiting', j\' It k! love at first sight in the merry-go-round romance bttweeniordon 20-ozCan
Mrs. Lora Waters is :
\ Meet !I the Sunday dinner guest of ( Millae and Shirley Jones in this scene from the sensationalCinemascope 29CJane
Mr and :Mrs.V.: R. Denmark in i jJacksonville |
The GA and The Sunbeamsmet Kathryn PadgettMr. >\t'r.io i of "( aroiiM-l, opening at the Florida Theatre
this week i
Thursday at the Church.I and Mrs. Lloyd Clark and
Kathy Hairell and Shiiley :, Sunday. _
Mrs Grace Barry furnished refreshments family and Mrs. Effie Hodge I
Green were weekend guests of ] I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred- I
for the children were ,
ent.IloccaLiureute. pres-I( die Clark anti family in Lake ville Madeline Beach.Williams. at JadsonI I I f7YYYYTTYYYVYYYYYYYYYYY. Express Office I Parker Double Crust

i City Mis.Sunday.Dezzie Bieswell of Quit- Leila Douglas of Lake Butleris I STATE FARM Given PermissionTo 8-inch Each
Brooker Junior !
Services for the several visiting this week with LEMON l E PIE 39C
High School graduation class will man, Ga. spending Mrs.VIII and Mrs. A. I. :Mann: and lr'l Close SaturdaysThe
3 days with Mr. and HJan..t Turner
be Sunday, May 27. at p. m. Mr. and Mis. Joshua Grooverof I '
Roger! I application. of Railway Express -
in the School auditorium Rev. i Phone 1S5-J
Dade City Martha Polk of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tetstoneand Agency Inc. for pel mission
C B. Stallings will have charge. i
Mrs. Joe
I Trenton weie visiting Crestmont
The Brooker Glee Club will fur- Mr and Mrs. Ruey Tetstoneof 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. to lose its office in Starke I

nish several musical numbers. Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs.C. I Kelley Sunday. :: and Mrs. H. L. Tucker of1 i on Saturday'; of each week hay
Pints .
under the direction of Mrs Eva J. Tetstone of Staike were I family Mr and of Mrs Jacksonville R. C. Howard and and Mr Jacksonville were weekend guests been approved by the Florida ICE CREAM 19C / .gal/ 69C

Henderson. visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Tet- cf Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright : Railroad & I'ublic Utilities Commission -
and Mis. Jimmie Crosby of
I II .
Gr.uluationd, stone Sunday I The Wainwrikhts entertained their
I Gainesville. were visiting Mr. and t
Graduation Exercises will be Martha Hodge of LaCrosse was i guests at their summer home on ) In announcing its decision, the
Mrs. E. B. last
Monday May 28. at 8 p. m. in the weekend guest of Melba Tet I Rev and Mrs. Truby weCkend'l Kingsley Lake. | Commission: said! that evidence Nutley ColoredMargarine White Safe, Pure. Sterile

the School auditorium.We stone. Mr. and Mis. G. E. Crews were I II taken at a hearing held here on
are sorry to hear about Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Russ visit- Sante Fe were dinner : I Saturday night supper guests of March 26 was not sufficient to 1-lb can 20c Evap. Milk 5 tall cans 59c
I Mr. and :Mrs.: A. I Mapn Sunday.
the illness of Henry Hodge local ed Mr. and Mrs Sonny Dukes I Mr. and :Mrs.: Louis Clemons in indicate that express service in
Mrs. Thomas of Gainesville -
Mandy A&P Packed
Friday night in Lake Butler. I Gainesville.Mr. Staike on Saturdays is require A&P Our Finest Quality
and Mr. and Mrs.
i ""MOWt FOLKS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Salted Peanuts 71-4ozcan 33c
Visiting by public need.Testimony
and Mrs Pete Harrell and
I Hunter of Hague were visiting Sweet Potatoes 18-oz 21c
Kenneth Russof can
Ru.3s; were
Mrs. Joe Kelley list weekend.A. I family spent the weekend with presented by the
AffMUClATJSVOTS" TOn1 Melborne. Rex Brookins of friends in Kar.'man, Ga. at the hearing indicated A&P Whole
N. (Jack Sviggi of Nor-
| Cocoa and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny I Purple Plums 30-oz 29c A&P Our Finest Quality
that for the from March
period can
fork Va. is home for about two Mr. and Mrs. Owen House had
..- / | Dukes ana daughter of Lake I weeks with his parents Mr. and as their guests last week Mr. and 19,15 through February 19.16, th"l Sauerkraut 29-oz can 18c

Butler. Mrs W S. Suggs. Airs. Virgil O'Brien and children, expenses of the agent for Monogram 1

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and I Howard Wait is visiting his' and Miss Margery Buntin of Memphis days actually exceeded the lev-j i BROOMS each 99c Fresh
i I
daughter Carolyn of Starke were
I patents, :Mr.: and Mrs. George Tenn. enue collected.In :I
visiting Mr. and Mis. Robet Colored Cheese Lb 41cBROOMS
II Wait in Cassadaga, N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen its order granting the Little Lady

I Jones and family Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M M. Gano ard spent last week with friends and plica:ion, the Commision ap-\\ each $1.19
and Mrs Roy Green and '
I i ;\.n ( 6 ;3-4 oz. GRAHAM:
( children of St. Augustine were relatives in Plant City. Lakeland l "Even though this agency i?

I family spent the weekend with I weekend guests of Mr. and M'S- Pahokee. and Okeechobee. I I (dosed patrons can arrange to Cotton Peanut Patties 21c
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Taylor in Pa-
..I latka. R. F Gano. ) John F. Crews Montuello is;i ii receive traffic on Saturday on MOPS 12-oz size 89c
Mr. and Mrs. G W. Malting what is known as a 'Poor' basis.
Mrs. Roy: Green was visiting spending i this week with his parents N H.C.
i and children of Gainesville were : Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews. I which means that the patrons
her mother. Mrs. T. S. :Mann, in I Campfire
i Gainesville Saturday | visiting Mr. and Mrs R. F. Gano I Mr. and Mrs. E A. Erwin had would l prepay the shipment and Marshmallows 2-10 33c Graham Crackers 1 lb 31 c
II Sunday. I it would be put off at the pa- i oz
Mrs. Inez Bazar and son Wayneof as their weekend guer.f s her broth-
I Jac'kson'ille'isited Mrs. Db3ie | Among those attending the :er-in-Iaw and sister Mr. and Mrs. i trons' risk. ANN PAGE X P. CRitz .

Prescott on Mothers Day |I Coronation services at the FirstBaptist IJ. E. Stm kland and family of Crackers 1 Ib 31c
!i Church in Gainesville Fri- i Warsaw, X. C. Salad Dressing 8-oz 15c
Beady Connerly of Tallahassee I iI j !
j day night were: Jaunita Draw-
spent the weekend with Mrs j Mr. and Mrs. R W. Erannen had ,
Mattie Sowell. I j dy: Joan and Mary Ellen Green. |has their weekend guests their /JUST IN TIME FOR i j
Parush Jean Endwott, I \
Mr and Mr Peck Cook of ;t Virginia giand-thildien, Ben and Jackie

I Ocala were supper guests of, Linda Gayle Green. Cindy and. Nelson, of Jacksonville I GRADUATION DAYSHB&FFER'S Grade "A' D & D, Quick Frozen Large 4 to 5 Ib Avg
Misj I
Martha Jane Tyler Hev. anti
i Mattie Sowell Saturday night. j Friends of Mrs Lola John anti ,
j C. B Stallings, Mrs Ernest Lester -
and on Sunday Mr and Mrs Ross I, I :Mrs.: Lb
will be in-
Ruby Gaynoe
M.;: 0.l ,
and Einestine, and Mrs.
I of Jai ksonville were visiting. 'Hairell.l I terested to know that they moved 1 TENDER FAT HENS 47C"SuperRight"

| Mr and Mrs. Reed Lewis and 'i I Saturday to Lowtll, Fla. to a.1 .--
4f vi.iiting -
Miss Frances Barry was
daughter of Staike were ovei- I their duties the 1
friends in PensacoU last some in tII'III'YI : fPM ltil
at the women's .
weekend. I pu.simMis Ready-to-Eat small 4 to 6 Ib
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FOR DEPENDABLE Mis Dave Green spent the H.1.: Rithaule ;and but SWOREL' PEN

week with Mr. and Mrs.lex mother :Mrs.: J. H. Ritch of Stat k..

\\'Ilhams.in Jacksonville. i were shopping in J.u.kson\'IIIl': Lb

Termite Control Mi and,[ Mrs. Julian Green of I t iayi 5795only FUllY COOKED PICNICS 29C

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and i Misvs Patsey Kuoera. a student
Il Household i CommercialS }ll's. Dave Green last weekend. i(,nurse at Charity Hospital in New III

.I Gro\e Mis Lucille Hazen was visiting 'Orleans. La., is visiting her pat! Here's a gift that keeps "Super-Right Lean Meaty Western

rJ Sprajing Mrs Lee Green in Gaines- :ents. Dr. and Mis H. J. Kuieia, remembered! A
Call H:. 6-0035; : for two weeks. She is also rereiving you

l i ville last Minnie week."II's Hazen and Ram': ', I congratulations on re,'eit'- Snorkel Pen writes Lbs

Florida Pest Control Crews were visiting Mr. and Mrs l[ling her cap at special tappingx- smooth as satin .. fills PORK NECK BONES 2 25C

Ir & Chemical Co. I' Donald Crews and family in Higl. excises! has, Fiiday clean and easy by drinking .
I Friends I
Springs Saturday. of Billy North son oliMr. the ink through the

) 24 N. W. 16th ..he.GalBeS'illt' and La :: and Mrs. W. N. North will
'- I Mis Theo Dyal son 'I filling tube. Genuinepalladium.silver "Super-Right" Ready-To-Eat Fully Cooked Barbecued
.. to learn that he
business egret was confined -
Florida Gainesville on
vane were in
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/JERRY W. CARTER to the Bradford County Hos- point
1'est Control Monday.Mi I
and Mrs. D. .M Starling;, :jFital for four days this week for extra-long wear. Lb
Rational ;) I i SPARE 59C
:jl I The State Farm Woman's Club PORK RIBS
i and children of Jacksonville wen I
Mrs. Groover Thoma:. !held its last meeting until September -
visiting Sheaffer's new
i, on Tuesday in the Community I i __.
VOTE FOR OUR CHILDREN'SWELFARE I and Mr family and Mrs.Sunday.Bill Genevor an,j I Club house. A covered di 'lunch. i slim pencil '_ !:. :_ __ '_ : _-_ _-- -_ : __: : _..... -.__ u.- _> _:
short business match.Seethe'big
j'eon preceded a ses- to I
children spent the weekend wit! Ision. I
Mrs Frank Genevor in Gainesville I \ int1 Ripe Good Fiu\' i'
I | :Mr.: and Mrs R P. McLendor '
I I I and sons were in Archer last Sunday selection Jane Parker Golden
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Thoma:s a
of Gainesville spent the day wit!h! visiting Mr. and Mrs Ronald ;. DOW atEMERSON CANTALOUPEeach
II ,fctalvey; and family. They all took SUGARED; or CINNAMON
Mr. and Mrs Benny Thomas Sun"
I I lunch and went to Manatee Spring-, c
If You Want An Honest Efficient Busi. sa
daY. ,
to christen the Stalvey.s' new boat
Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Thom I 29C

ness-Like Administration Of Your School : and family were Sunday guest:9J Ii,| NEW RIVER FLti772i1 DONUTSBoxofDoz

I of Mr and Mrs. Paul Faulkner ii 1 \1TIVT CHURCH STUDIO AND GIFT SHOD

Board Forward To The Staike.Mr I FUESH
Looking Always Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor ,
and Mrs. Carl Thomas o f I ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Serv Ib

Best Possible Education For Our Children, i Gainesville wt'reisiting Mr. anfirs. <,.1: ice 7pm. Prayer Meeting eact I I BLACKEYE PEAS ISM 4 fit

I'I Tim Thomas Friday nightI .. Wednesday 7:30 p m Everyoneweltome : ,

I Benny Thomas and MisWoodioxv ;. L L. Parker,, pastor snors
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f"'I I IIIII I 1# #######.1 ##### Pupils Of Mrs. Davis I Garden Club Plans BP\V Installation PresbyterianVomen ,'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or P.x Marian I.. C" sl.x. I': 1'11': : "-
before the ; ::;, ,
To Present Recital Finall\1eeting I Of New Officers J5la: } of Ju.it,, 1V>,
: Met Tuesday Night otherwise the allegations of said ,u..n. in \rrt.tn
i Complaint nlbe taken as confessed In Irroil <' urt, Bradford 'ltUA'>,
Next Thursday iI i i Of Club Year Held Monday Night oy you. Florida: Int nanrrry.lI.in. .
The Women of the First Presbyterian .
This notice shall be published h.1.: Kaill. i I''j! tt..y \
once each week for four consecutive W.sl Kid!. 1>..f..i.lu,'.
Church '
I met Tuesd.1night Y.
M Davis will The Starke Garden :\ \
I Mrs E. preser.t Club will 115.argaret:: Linkous of Jacksonville weeks in the Lradford County Telegraph >'aN: :"
II her piano pupils in a recital hold its final meeting of the club Beach 1956-57: Daector ,; at S o'clock in the Sunday ;i \..fl..1... IpprarTo i
I Dat.d thiI: Mix.. iC: *. ,, .
i School building with the president -: tJ.IY > > Wt-lty Kadiix.! w Ii '
:: 31, at S of District 3-1
Thursday I'.eningay jear at the Parish House on of Florida (OFFICIALSEAL) Cbariea A. Darbt dt-nie i li'aranis, N. \\ .1. .. t .1 I
,,.lock in the Staike Woman's Federation of Business & Professional Mrs. W. A Stern, presiding. Clerk of the Circuit Court whose address is Terl. II i,' _xv t
Gladys Mooty Church street :Monday: evening at By Marian L. Crosby, .."'putyI"U I'd .tIiIti'., New J.-r&v :
I Itht' Mrs Louise Harden had
1- Phone 35 Club. The public is invited Women's Clubs, installed chargeof : __ i, 25 4t T> 1 You are h rel>Y li"l.ii. ,| .,: I
630 o'clock when covered '!
: a "
recital will the entitled 1956
Appearing in the i; incoming officers of the program. i, -uit for div..reha
,,_ will !. psts-ss S. rssrssss.J-sppsp SSStSSSStrttttss ,, be: Gayle Andrews Agnes j dish supper be served priorto ,: Starke club Monday night at a Birthday Offering. Those tak- I'lurlila In < hancer .. ::
} al.oxt- iiaiiud < '.nit .1'.1 5 I", ., !
'i Douglas, Cheryl Crosby. Linda | the installation of officers. !I dinner in the Garden Restaurant jj j ing part in the play were Mrs :lI.H'n" \\ IIl1am'"aunders. Plain- and xoii are r. 'I': n d M r\ ,

Miss Stern \Vill J r.-Sr. Banquet i, \\'asdin. Janet Hardy. Xita Alvarez Annual reports will be given by j. Retiring! President, :Mrs: Mildred j i!, j. G. Caldwell Mrs C. A. Al- HIT is .\iI. Sauiider"<'ast">. .11'No... Defendant lO-lSU ."the''!'>.omplamt"I >our an.'.fi: tlo m |p."t'Tj.f.o'n! :j; ..

Present StudentsIn And Prom AreOutstanding I! Maikleyann Johns Wayne. officers and chairmen after which Doyle, introduced :Miss: Linkous I I wood. :Miss: Louise Stern. :Mrs: Order Of Piil>;irnlli. >n \lid \ullcr 1 I'1'11t'lln I i _\tt">rn,.y H c !I'll.iuni I'. l'. "' \ 1
: : Carl and Mrs Harden \ "lair of Honda 1111 I I li't <:.im..vili.. Fl,., .i ii
Kmney. Anne and Mary Agnes Mrs Jessie Young, a past president -I after a brief business session during : Kirtsinger. I
Piano Recital Events I Ail.'n Satiiul r>-, .11. whi e i.siU. and H,If the i.ngjutl' ii. ->,. "f;" :" \
Matthews Charlene Hardy Burge : of the dub, will install the :: which the group voted to padelegates' )' j I :Mrs.: C. A. AU-ood hostess.served nit. and .iddrr 'is. :Moj.nk :N. ,'. I jthr Clerk Itt thr i rum i n ".rt I
Barbara I'! Your arc r. '|uii.d M app.ar on.Inn. lit.fun- the !5 div' ,,1.1 I .. '
: '
Jean Mundy. to the Statej refreshments the .
The students of Mis* Two social highlights of the'l Searing. incoming officers. expenses I.I I during ;">. l':>ti. in Uii .Ihl>\e named :otherwise\ the aU..li"'i.i ..1 i ,
piano Bates, Carol Searing, Michael Members ale asked to meetI j: Convention in Lakeland in June.Other i: social hour. I'.'111. I and .au.selurrin plaintiff Complaint will i in *ukei.id .> ..:.. .
Louise Stem will be presented in I school year took place last Kathleen -. kdnorif and re-toration otnt.tidrii hv you.
Martha !
recital ] Sheppard ; 6:30 the I guests on this occasion name Bradford foiinty This ,., ,
their annual' spring on when the Junior-Senior banquet I promptly at : so supper' j III'Iha..I"'I'j i -
Conway, Vickie Devrick. were Miss Valerie Schumaker Tvlt-cr.iph shall publish this Ordt-r .a..h week for foin ,,' ,', ,
'I.i "
Wednesday evening. May 30. in was held in the elementary school I j will not be delayed. in next f"ureekl)' ivsuev. .-..k" .. '
| Linda Huggins, Carol and patri- i : President of the Jacksonville in th liradford c ,n i I j' T' J
the Woman's Club. The recital cafetorium Thursday night, and ,, THE RIOHT POINT for the 1 lVit.ray band and official graph.
cia Pellum. Carol Mcllae. Randine Beach Club; :Mrs: :Mollie Dunlap | '-.al at :"-.Irk.-. Florida, this May IS, | Dated this 22 day ..f )"n I
at 8 and all friends the Junior-Senior Prom was a "rite. Come in and celled ...
begins pm. Recent Birth I way you 19:*
Chism, and Sally Ann Epperson : of Jacksonville Beach, district i (Official Seal) I'harh'c.-\ !)1'1!
as well as the general public, are brilliant event of Friday night in i I jour favorite ESTER ROOK Uuffuial S.al) Charles .X. Darby. j Clerk u.( the ,'iJ. mi 1
I Following the recital, refresh- secretary and Mrs Betty Bigger | A* Clerk of said Court. I fl- Marian I. Cr.-t.y. 1'.'pun' i I.M I. ., I
invited I the enlisted men's club at Camp served. I The Bradford County Hospital j Fountain Pen. TELEGRAI'U.i Hv Marian 1.. Cro-liy. Deputy Clerk :
ments will be of Jacksonville. assistant district :: I' "
I I' :.Martin .1. I'tarl .'.10. Smith Huildmg.
The following pupils will participate Blanding.A I | announces the following births: I i' i
j director. A new member Lillian Ja. k-"II\1I1.' Fi''rii.u.fur I
: Jane Adams Nancy Bates ; pink and silver color schemewas }FOITV.\Y i j Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Norton : Pearson, and prospective members: ,, I. Clrralt: CoBrt.:. TO Br APPt'U.dfur< foaDtr Af\s Pit :. 2i: 4t 6 1'OTKK :; linuil>II<<.i.urt i: in llrurifunr upr.utlu E ''UII''.

Barbara Ann Blankenship, Sandra I used in decorating for the Saturday May 26 will be Poppy I of Lawtey a son, Edwina Chrles, ; Mrs. Beatrice Farber and Mrs. Florida: In ( kaaeiry. | \ TOPPKIII j Klwriiias In I h.nrrr>.
Barbara Ann Broskey, PUintiffs 53 hiS! F. P.IXIV I'lall1llii .
Carmichael Sue Chastain Sue May 20. i III Irruil 4..urf. HrndC.ird <'nuntvI \ : v
banquet, where the long tables Day. Members of the American 'Virginia Harris, were recognized Arthur L. Broskey. Defendant I t'liirlda: In ('haacery.Ioiiiv F. l >,nis. i'''(.'udant. .
Deas, Gail Duke, Terry Duke, were arranged in a rectangle Legion Auxiliary, assisted by I J Mr and Mrs F.UlStokes- of 1! The new group of officers formed Case; No 10-1553 "- ("laloMf I'tat nt i If. vs vn- C.is. \". \. ,

Virginia Erwin. Gayle Donna Edwards Faxon,, around the four sides of the cafe the 4-H Club Girls, will sell Bud- Hampton, a son, Eugene Franklin : an impressive picture when ,. >..,I... To \ffrmr ,, .. Cialunr, Defendant'as..- X'. ., t'-6:; 2 i I Ni.tue To Henry TI'pp..ar F Pat i' xi h. .
Dianne dy Poppies on the streets :May: 16. each held the end of a ribbon To: Cpl. Arthur L. Broskey ntlcr 1'.. \I'pra dence and annro s i is \:" i I. \\ .::
Suzanne Ford. Geraldine Griffis, torium. A Southern Plantation I II RA 246-30-745. whose residenceand | To: Antonio Cialnne. who!'e resiibnu' -. M.. Norfolk. VirginiaYou .
I streamer centered from the Bible are her by notifi.l !.
Hart Virginia and address 11ttr.2 r'th St : i
Elaine Harley Kay was the program theme and :. during their installation. Each address is Co. B,. EBA. APO Lone Island City, N. YI suit for. duorret
Hatcher Marilyn Hernwall, Bren- : I You are hereby notifitd that a has Iwi n fil.d against \ 'I .
memters of the Junior Class served SOO. New York, N. Y. I '
color represented the quality most 'aboxe .
I Mm f..r divorcehas < ''nrt ami I .01'i .1 t
da Lewis, Betty Anne Lewis Mary as barefoot waiters and waitresses needed by that officer including You are hereby notified that a: burn filed against yon in the, and.. you are reiiiit-d to s, -\. ,
Ann Long Barbara Matchett, ult forDivorce. i.tltox* named Court and < aii<-*> and I opx* of your ausMtr pi. .i.ln I _
wearing appropriate cos- wisdom. courage, honesty, and cuStody and con- the complaint .
Partin Carol Ann Pickett, care andou are rfquir.-.l to serve a, on I Plain '
Buster .
tumes. of .. Attornexfit raid I: I 11.tit.
leadership. trot of minor child. :opv jour answer r pleading tn
and support
Priest Freeman Register Smith Hid Jarksoniili,. ,
the < omplamt on the Plaintiffs; I !: : i F <
Linda Kay Sale Betty Jean Following the four-course chicken Newofficers are Miss Delia has been filed against you In thebo.e I .tt tiurney II. <'. I'althdn. P. O Iti.sI : and file the original m th.M ., .
named Court and cause and "
4. Gainesville. Florida the clerk of the (Circuit c. ", I ihefoie '
the presenteda i I
dinner juniors 'Rosenberg, president Miss Florence
Schmitt Betty ; required to I'l'rv" a copy of I
Schmitt : you are :! .,
Mary and file the original in the office of theday of JHP. l 1"-
Ann Simmons. Rose :Marie Starling stage show featuring imitations I A group of energetic mothers I ceived 1 a gash in his head : Jennings, first vice-president: your answer or pleading Plaintiff to the Attorn complaint c-,'the Clerk uf the Circuit Court on or (It hrrwjsthe alll'lPatjun"j i s., .1.1I |

Linda Thomas Carolyn of popular recording artists and from the 6th through 9th grade I Ernest Jenkins has returned to Mrs Marguerite Hall second rice- I Williams on the& Futch. P. O Bolt: ISS. ; before the 23 day of June. 1956:j I Complaint i-d hy111.. mil l>.. taken ..- "nf", -
allegations of saul I
Vickers, and Janice Vickers. singers and dancers on television groups are trying to start the :. school after being confined with president: Mrs Mildred Doyle 'I Stark, Florida offlre of i Complaint will lie I.iken; as oonfefs- This ni'titc shall be pui.lishi ii cruh .'
In the
I 'and file the original
Taking part on the program. ball rolling this summer by having two cases of measles one after recording secretary: Miss Madgej 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or '1.,1 i This l.v you n..tie. ,."all !.o published One,. '' xi...ks.week in tin.for ISradf'.nl four '...,ui.n'...', T.m t ,'>. ,

Of'51 with Joe Harden as master of several mothers get together another, and little Karen Harrisis j Middleton, corresponding secretary I before the :25: day of June 1956, j" ..:n.h w.ik for four consecutive. frr.iph
BHS ceremonies were: Gene Norman each month and give a dance and I just getting over her 3rd case I : and Mrs Phyllis Phillips I i otherwise the allegations of said j w.\\ In 111.- liradf.irii 4''unty Tee-! i 1>,;,1.,1 Ihit dai. .1 Max 1 1"
[Complaint will be taken as confessed graph iiffi ial Seal!) Chail.s A I'.nlt'
Plans ReunionAt Bud Harley Marvin Brown, Rod- party for that age group of measles Dorthy Alvarez treasurer by you. li.ttxl I this 'J cby of Mav II"*. <'1.'rk of I h.. CM uit I c..inPv
dy Strutn, Freddy }Moore Billy starting things off last Fiiday: is home now and getting along I This notice fhall oe publishedonre 11I(1o'I.d Seal!) ,'h.IIII'-! .\. l'.il.i : Mr '..1: I. c'I., 1 1,'pun I"1, i.h
Officers ClubThe I l'aC'h'l'l'k for four consscutte I I "if"Ik of til.' ,'11.1111 Couit ;, '; i I' i; .
Torode, Claire Douglas Martha night were Pat Jackson. Elizabeth fine after an appendectomy TUesday week In the Bradford County -

VanLandingham, Nancy Bates.. Seymour Gladys Weldon of last week in the Bradford New \VSCS Officers Telegraph.
BUS graduating class of Dated this 22!: day of May 1936
Sandra Strickland Tom Long,, and Louise McRae who gave a County Hospital also confined :Are Installedi Men'sClothlngEstablished m
1951 will hold a class reunion at : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ALVAREZ' STORE
Bland- Maxine Andrews, Gayle Moore, dancing party for their respec in the same hospital i is i Clerk of the Circuit Court ; 1894
Club II II
Officers Camp
the Swimmingand Malissa Stallmgs and Anne William tive children, Tom Doug, Maltha Cynthia Schmitt who underwent j :: R E. Rutland of Gaines- I Py Marian 1.. Crosby r)ei'uty CI..rltI
on Friday, June 1. I 525: 4t 615
ing, boating facilities will bi available !. I and Carole, and 100 of their I surgery on Monday Chessie ;( \ille. Conference Secretary of

after 4 o'clock, and a banquet A toast to the Senior Class friends in the USO building Devrick had an operation Monday : Spiritual Life conducted the im- OTIK: OF I\TKTIO% TO

will be held starting at 8 was made by Joe Harden, president the party went over big, .with I. in Alachua General Hospital anis i pressive service installing Mrs I nrH.IMT.K Notice Is hereby KiniTIOlS gIven that> *MKI thelundersiKned.

and "renewing of of the Junior Class and the the young folks dancing to tape getting along fine Ewell j C. D. Williams as president of :' under the provisions t OPENING SOON
p m. response was given by Bobby recorded music of famous bands Lawson is on the mend now and the First Methodist Church of Chapter 10,933.: I.aws of with Florida.the.
old acquaintances" will completethe ,lActs of 194t will\ register
Ferguson Senior vice president which was furnished by Jimmy hopes to return to the market WSCSfonda)' afternoon at the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and

agenda.of the class are asked Charles Kirkland Senior Class Seymour, as well as recordings next :Monday after being on the regular program and business da.tot Bradford upon receipt Count of poof State of of publication Flori-, Sales and Service

Members president presided and introduced I. if any mothers are interested sick list the past three weeks : meeting of the society which was of thin notice the .fictitious

to contact Valaria D. Shuford, Chas. s. Partin BHS principal I in getting together with other? one week of which was spent in held in the church sanctuary. name of >Starke are enRjRfil Autn Sil' in fiti'ineisat under ,I

Harold Davis, Billy Dansby, or who gave an inspirational address. to give a dance once during the I the Bradford Hospital Nita Other officers installed were: pvhiihn W Smith Walnut ::1. Starke, KlaI I OF.
Harry Edwards for reservationsfor Jackie Colley read the Senior : summer months just contact one i iI Dobbs underwent surgery in : VirePresidl'nt11'5.. L. D. I Stark" K. II Fla Hammond.and Marvin P. O P..X.\. I'rnuh.irt 11 IIi.- JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS

wives, husbands or dates by Class prophecy, which she com I of the above mentioned mothers Doctors Hospital Wednesday of;i Green; Rec Secy. Mrs. Claude i,I I'. I). 17.,* :IMS, Stark.-, Fla.file ..

Saturday, May 26. posed. to keep the ball rolling and the I last week and is getting along( Bradford: Treas. Mrs. W. Bi Hated own this r". :I2nd! ilav of Mar A.H. I

I The enlisted men's club at .I youngsters bopping : nicely It. L. Morgan is confined ;i Parks; See)'. of Promotion Mrs. I 19-.';. at Starkf, Bradford "ount\ 1 Boats ... Fishing Tackle
:J; 2":; 4t 'I 10I :;
Wesleyan GuildThe i I Blanding presented a lovely scene i Hear that Marion Manning, a i iI in the Glendale Hospital in J. \\'. Andrews: Secy of :Missionary : I Flc.nda. '

I Friday night for the annual prom. I student at George \VashingtorUniversity Palatka and Marie Houpt is convalescing : Education and Service. Mrs. I 'OTIE K-TO .\PPFRlit i Live Baits and Worms

Wesleyan Service Guild A color scheme of blue and silver I Washington, D. C.. at home after surgery J. McComb:: ; Secy. of Christian Circuit ..ourt. Bradford Cnanty. ,,

First Methodist was used, with i School of Pharmacy, made the in the Ormand Beach Hospital re : Relations and L.C.A.. Mrs I Fliirldn:. In E'hitui"PrVitilt .
the Social
will meet in I crepe paper strips II... .\'.hip- William<. M.initiff. i i
Church Tuesday night, May 29. forming almost a complete canopy Dean's list and was one of two cently Lois Moore is back at i Bertha Pearce, Secv. of Student I \ -. Kufii- Williams' Sr l>>.fVnd.uit THE SPORTS SHOPBY

at 7:30 p.m. for the annual meeting I, over the dance floor. Blue of the Junior Class to be chosen her secretarial desk at BHS aftera Work. Mrs. Olin White. Jr.: Secy. \<.tl,.>p TApnenrt. a- N10-r,7J

and installation of officers for j i stars, sprinkled with silver, and into the RHO-CHI fraternity -- bout with measles Harry: of Youth Work. Mrs Titus Olson: I .Ti. liifu: \\ illinin'Sr, wlmn
next year. All members are urged blue and white balloons hung below he was given a scholarship to the Tucker is in Bradford Hosital.and Secy of Children'sVoik.. Mrs I I 1 1 V Mil.<>ii IK.are and hereby addrf--notified i- nUnoun that a

to be present. the crepe paper canopy. The" I American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Lonnie Vining is in St. Luke's: J. Wainwright: Secy of Spiritual iI i- !! suit fur divorce -

ball room ceiling was centered Education for year Ja<'ksonville, for surgery I l.ift'Irs.. E 1... Perrvman; ,above has been named filed Court against and you eaue In and the ,

with a large bag conta-ring balloons -I '65-6T Marion is the son-in- Carol Ann Hardy celebrated her 'eey. of Literature & Publications -you are required to serve a copy of .
- |your answer or "t"affine10 theI
which were released duringthe laof Natalie and Ellis Thorn 3rd birthday on May :21st Mis. C. W. Sinclair: Secv nnlaint on the Plaintiff.. AMornev

evening. I I ton I Mr and :Mrs Leon F Ellington! : of Supply'oik, Mrs F. S I Miillll Kite In n r.IllillillK& \S. lux.irt J.I' kinllMlll 71': l'l"r.-! .. Flaland THANKSfrom

fAER K Small tables, placed around the I Gailaml Godwin left Moruliy gave a party Sunday afternoon !i Smith; Secy. of Status of Women file the original in the office

FL'': dan. e floor, and at which guests i for Cleveland Ohio where he is for their daughter, ftita, who was i I :Mrs: H H Adams: Standing Committee or,of the before Clerk theJ'i of the Circuit Court on

L were seated, were covered with employed by the Hatfield Electric celebrating her 6th anniversary Chairmen: Membership.Mrs I : il..i\ of Iiitif. 1''',.;

white cloths and centered with I Co. wife, Wanda, and I 22 youngsters helped Rita: C. E Johns; Publicity. :Mrs: Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken as of confesnfd "aU-

Sun.. Mon and Tues. arrangements of silvered magnolia children will join him as soon as celebrate the occasion with games i E L. Matthews: Chairmen of by you. Congressman Billy Matthews
| Thin. notice shall be publishedonce
May 27,28, 29 leaves and blue candles. I he finds a home for them there I I and refreshments on the Ellington Circles: Circle 1.11'5:: T. 11. each week. for four .oncpl'utlvl'

DOUBLE FEATURE Music for dancing throughoutthe I Mrs. Laura Johns, who will lawn also there were her Slade: Circle 2. :Mrs: J. 11. Fields: weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTYTFI.FEIRAPII

Walt )isne's evening was furnished by I be 91 in June, was thrilled when grandparents.: and Mrs Atth : Circle 3, Mrs. L J Green: Circle I r.t teil tin I < :J"::; ii.n. uf M.n: I'."(...

; The Continentals, an orchestra I she received a corsage on :Moth: Ellington of Starke, anj Mr and 4. :Mrs: E. W Schwa ':OFFICIAL SEAL.) Charles A. Darby I wLsh i to express my
| Clerk of the Circuit Court
The Vanishing PrairiePrint from the University of Flonda. er's Day for being the oldest shutin Mis G W. Rivers of Graham I Prl'cl'dingthe installation service Cy: Marian I.. Crosby, Peniitv Clerk

by Technicolor ;1 Festivities were started with a mother in the Methodist and, Bobby White is celebrating Mrs. L D Green. M'ce-presi- i I ::;. 25:; 4t I 6: 15OTirK :; I humble (thanks to the citizen

-And- Grand :Match: led by Bobby Fer- Church the fishing was good his 7th birthday today Friday dent presided over the business!': > TO APPFUl i of the 8th District for

MOGAMBO guson, vice president of the down Stemhatchoe way Wednes- with a party for 15 fuends ''ml'etingat which time special II In FliirMai flrrult In(Chnnrery.Cnurt Ilradford County my

I Senior Class, and Joe Harden. day of last week when DavePaulk I Wish I could have peeped in memberships were presented to GrgJ.anescn, Plaintiff. V" I great \ictory on May S.
nark Gable and .%\a Gardner I I president of the Junior Class. and C. H Nasworthy, wiMi ''I at the Jr.-Sr. Prom last Fuday (I little Tommy Sommer and Mrs ;,'rtiude Jthan-sco.Case-frndant No 10-1541: I
I'lus ('alrtoun'o1' Children I A highlight of the evening was a group of Lake City long enough to see the enter tain- j A. Z. Adkins. Baby Sonumer'smembership No,lre To Appear I
their luck at dl ep.sea T.f.'rtrudl' J(>hane fon. whosere.iiene !
I a musical program presented by tried reports mont provided by faculty members t was presented by and adilrf, ,, i<: :IIS First 1 i Sincerely. Your ('ongres.manBilly

Wed.. Thur-May 30. 31 members of the BHS faculty including fishing Leila Mun.ly during intermission Mrs G. Newcomb.. while Mrs -Vvenue. Fort Jefferson Long K- !
Joe that she has sold the Three Hear that Joe Woods' fiddling: E. K. Mrs l.in.l Xv Y"rk. '
DOUHLE FEATURE :Miss: Ava Edwards E. Canto I Perryman presented You are hereby notified that a':
j Woods Paul Hutchins, and :Mrs: Friends Barber Shop on around with "Chicken Reel" and j Adkins with her membership. suit for divorce I
Running Wild the barber las been filed against you In the --- MatthewsI'd.
St. Paul Hutchins "Trees"were
L. A. Canova. of < I !oIl's.V.. B. Parks, treasurer of abi.\f named Court and iaiie and
With \\IUIalni CampM, :Mamie I noted that Carl P. Koonce I among the outstanding the society had charge of the you are required to serve a ropy of

Van loren and Kt"t'nannn '!Beta Sigma Phi I Thomasville, N C. at is Bradford the new- numbers But. of course, the program and conducted the pledge ,plaint your answer on the or pleading Plaintiff to the Attorney com- I, <(< I'wl. .\dShe's \'.) .

AndTake plant superintendent I real-gone number was a trio service. She was assisted by the William I>. Morgan :;.07 fl.irk
DanceThe Furniture I I'.iill.lmK, Ja. k-.on\ille !, Fla i
Plans July composed of Nina Andrews Barbara circle.
treasurers of each
and file the original In the office of
It Big Holliday, Jr. leports I
Arthur ---- ----
and Jane Trawick --- ---
\i Bunch -- ------ ---- ----
Phi with the initials 'a------a--a-----------------------------
J4.'k Haley and Harriet Hilliard Beta Sigma sorority losing a signet ring I singing an original little composition iI i- I r----- ,

IMus Cartoon For Children I met :Monday: night at the home OL.H. in the City Paik one I about school entitledV' I I

''I of Miss Betty Durling in Hamp- day last week as it used to I Like It. How About you?" 1. II the stockbroker who t
j ton for the last regular meeting belong to his granddaddy he is '"' wasn't well
I Ann Cressler Booth (BAE) and : doing with her clients.
DOUBLE Sat.-June FEATURE 1. 2 I I until fall. During the business most anxious to get it back it if 'I Arley McRae (BSPE) will be I i ]) o I you knowwoman But her stock went up I I
decided that the to run across
session it
was anyone happens among those receiving degrees at when she bought I
The French LineIn 'sorority would sponsor a Fourthof in that jungle of grass which has i the U of F commencement exercises S ,. PCTCR Pan Hidden Treasure. I
dance. the date and time the Park just call : 11 ) *
Te Now she's customer's
a :
i later. he will be most grate- woman,
announced and
to be Jr.
Art 200(
Jane Kuvsell and Gilbert Roland Billy Cressler was among I ,*. -
I -
and has turned from
-And- I Members of the sorority willmel't ful hear that PeeWee, Rhoda f students recognized in Honors I ? -N.'... 1

:Monday: night at 8 o'clock and Billy Dampier have movedfrom Day ceremonies recently at '' finance to. fianc J

The Lone GunIn | at the home of :Mrs.: E. A. Yancey their home at 339 So. Emory University He was I, I ? ,. I
Color j for the pledge ritual. After the Thompson St. to their newly purchased recognized for mcfnbership in

Grorge Montgomery and I j pledge ceremony a dinner honoring farm in Theressa. seven I Sigma Gamma Epsilon honorary I

Dorothy :Malone I I new members will be held at miles South of Starke on the fraternity Word pust received :
HIM Serial Chapt No. 13 and 301 Restaurant. It is important I Keystone Highway the farm from Alice Lambert. former I l9Gki &LkW&J
J. T.
Cartoon for Children that all members attend as all was purchased from the manager of the Starke Hotel

unfinished business will need to Lands that she has accepted a position I -

''be dh"uSSM. j Dave Paulk. Doyle Conner, I with the :Morton: Plant Hospital I

Foster: Shi Smith. Phil Vitsky, I in Clearwater Dr. Soymrmr

and Ovid Lewis were among those I Marco, local optometrist was =: ] .

going to Lake City Tuesday to I host recently at a special dinner :

( :_;___ hear Adlai Stevenson and add meeting of the Northeast Florida

____ uud to the group who went to Daytona Optometric A!sn. Plans wer.* "..'

I Beach for the Legion Convention made at that time for the 5th .' / convertible strapless bras
I S ,,
last weekend were Betts Annual Sight Screening program '
.. *
Guy and Tommy Andrews. and Al I I which the association will sponsor ;/; ...... U'itk exciting new \ cups 1

and Violet Crosby orchids to I for school children in / ,. .v: \ .

INSIDE SURPRISING Pearl and Luke Pickering \\hoadopted August 'v
daughter for five days ... Wonderful Peter Pan bras lift you
a | Hear that exCallstreeterIary:: l ,
YOUR HOME WHAT the past weekend little two Lee Wainwright is making quite : : -.. to new loveliness! Select the PtTAL 395c LIFT
| !
and a half year old Maria Del 'a name for herself in musiC's1circles ', style designed especially for your V cn
CANroq I
AND OUTSIDE REPAIRS Pop of Miami. wh0 was in the on Florida's Gold Coast t \ figure type both come with J ; -

: involved a bad accident attachable straps for scoop, .
DO i car in .I She was presented an Award 1 A/
Saturday on 301. wasn't hurt of Merit for her accomplishmentsduring regular and halter neckline1. i

1 enough to be hospitalized so was National :Music: Week I I -. For the small and in-beticeen size. \ f.: -
-'---- : while her mother adds fullness ,: :
without a home ceremonies in the HollywoodjFla HIDDEX TREASURE ,

\ 1 was in the local hospital until I i .) Band Shell recently i confidentially, without pads. White cotton ,
: : _____ : Pearl Pickering who was visitingat broadcloth 32-36 A 32-38 B. 3.95 "
-: : : -_-:_ I Combined choirs and choral j!' '
__i-- the hospital at the time. of- I groups sang her composition. White nylon with embroidered trim, i- : .\
:RDRk'- jI tered to care for the child until "Florida the Sunshine State:' I_. 32-36 A, 3?_-""8 B, C. 5.35 .; .,. \ .

her mother was re1easej hear : and :Mary: Lee sang and accom- .. --T- Fortheorera9efi2ure. jf 1

1 that Tomrme Nolm's first grade ;i par.ied herself in another original PETAL L/Frt I has "petal" feature, in soft cup, for .

RKEBUILDBRS : lass were guests of Ira Harris number. "Welcome to Hollywood'i HIDDEN TREISURE permanent uplift. White cotton broadcloth with dainty ,'4

last Friday morning at the Flori- i i article in The Miami: ., only I 3 95 .
A recent embroidery, 32-36 A, 32-38 B, C. 3.95 '
da Theatre where the youngsters :: Herald referred to Mary Lee a= White nylon lace ri2-,6 A, 32-38 E, C. 5.05 '

eno\ed two cartoons and refreshments of musica1I ,., '
SUPPLIE "a small package eR-c : < 'lWt M.
I is !?
I energy which certainly ari I 'S

Surely have a bunch on the j i apt description .

su-k list this week young' ;, Well, seems to 1e all for no* '

| Frankie Hardy. 7. fell out of a :! So lor.g See yon in thE::1 BARKSDALE'S

: tree Tuesday evening of las next

.- -. :""! \ -. .- ( week and broke his arm and t-e-' Carolyn -


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1 Bob St. Peter of Gainesville I I Mr and :Mrs Jack Stevens and miles south of Raiford His 1936 Bernice J. .
1r Thomason. whose j Attys. for Plf :> :25 45: 61!5 I j William D Morgan. ;.117 ,c .
was the overnight guest Saturday I two children of Charlotte N. C. Oldsmobile went off on the right: residence and address is- Unknown > r\
of Mrs Lucile Davis. < Budding. Jacksonville :2. F U i .i: .
the weekend
i spent with their uncle shoulder; of the road and traveled ''

Mis Alfred G. Grun.*ell and } and aunt. Mr and Mis. p M HO feet before swerving back T'"i are required to appear on In ( intuit NOIK t'..iirI.i: 'IO llrnUloril U'I'f\U Count ,'and of the file Clerk the of original the Or!n,..I tie't ,,.". ,'I.r

Mis. E J. McCann were over-1' Barefoot and other relatives. across the highway where it Juiu _".. "sd;. in the .limit. nuiiifit florid; in < btno'rn. I.or before the :2.;> day ": I f'J; ,,

night guests Monday of Mrs. A.I I }Ir. and :Mrs R O. Dansby and l went 175 feet on the left shoulder Court and cause wherein plaintiff'' Paul E Holsmger. Plaintiffs;.. 1' V.;; other ise the asanl .!- "' ,,'
seeks divorce, custody and control Lee I Con,plaint Hill b. :.,... :. .,_
Z. Adkins while enroute fromFort i son. Mickey, were called to Ozark, before turning over in the woods. of IUt'SSl. Holsmger. Defendant confessed by you.
to their minor child. Bradford I Case No. 10-1;)'!;5 This notice hail b- ,' ..
Myers summer home i Ala. last weekend by the :;serious Damage to the ear was estimatedat 1' :
THE County shall lon"f' week fur _
NEWSMr Telegraph publish I: \.Ih. Iw eaih f. ur ( :"
,, in Black :Mountain N. C. illness of :Mrs. Dansby's father. $600.) Order To. torearthis weeks in the Bradford <.' .:.s l."
in next four weekly Bessie Lee Holsmgerj
Robert Barksdale and son. Rob- Marvin Andiews. Union -Igraph.,
i County Sheriff John
I II I 6 r II issues. whose residence ,
I' j is Hampton ,1 l Dat..llhi'" 17 il.t\ .f :\1.1\i I-'
bie, were in Jacksonville on busi- O. O. Webb was in Hawthorneon Whitehead said that Hall would .. ,.
.. ..
I i Witness hand i and whose address is: co Wool.i-\f I &! ) .It..r'1'' "'
and official :
and Mrs I E. Clark were :Mi and Mrs Dan Priest my I .
and ness on Monday Sunday visiting Mr and :MisM appear :Monday to answer chargesof c"r: : Ih ..: ;
1r.1 i I Mr seal at Starke. Florida this May. woith :) & 10i- Store Hampton r.v.! 1. I'I, .
in Madison Sunday visiting ) and :Mrs James Richard !; Mr and :Mrs W. B Thompson I Ij ; C Cannon. failure to haw vehicle under L- : I' '
and Mrs. Grady Moon. spent the weekend at Gold Head j I and family attended the Air Show i!i Hallmark Orailu.ition CartN at control) 17, 1956.OKFiriAL:; ;: Va. -, .:', 'i t; 1
I. ( SKAL Ton are hereby notified that a snit
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McRae and Branch.Mr. I in Jacksonville on Sunday. Bulling!<>n'.;. CHARLES A. DARBY, for duorce

family spent the weekend in San- and Mrs T. F. Hutto and For Graduation \Miitting & j :Mrs H M. Jones of UidgelanU. Funeral MondayFor As Clerk of said Clerk c .. has been named filed Court against and you rains In and theabove -

ford with :Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- family of Jacksonville visited the Mari Jewelry and! :Mfsh Bags at S. C. and :Mrs Carrie Woods of. By Marian L Crosby Dept -jY"U) are required to seers a ropy of ,
L. S. Hutto the week- Mrs. TestonIn lion. Chas R. Mess :04-05 Guaranty your answer or pleading to the ffoiUrn
'ort. family over Bullington's. Savannah. Ga. spent the past Life Building, JaoKsomille. Fla. complaint on the Plaintiff Attorrev

Mrs. Stanley Whonic ot L end.Mr. Mr and :Mis Gerard Dillard of I IIr. week with :Mr. and :Mis Ewell I| Lawtey Church

,.a. is spending a few days 'ons'l I : and Mis. E. D. Tenly and Eustis will be weekend guests of Lawson. Mr Jones joines his i
son Sonny will be in Reidsville. :\ and :Mrs :Meiritt Williams. family over the weekend.Mrs. NOTICE OF UNPAID)) )DELINQUENT! TAXGIHI.E;
Mr and Mrs James Drew. I I :Mrs Ruby Teston. 60. of Lawtey
Ga over the weekend to attend :Mr. and :Mis. C. L. Overturf : H. A. Lawson and Mrs. C. PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES THEATRE
:Miss Linda Shiver of I died May 19 in a Lake Butler,
the graduation of a niece Virginia : left for Nashville, Tenn. funeralof .
JaCkson-I I Thursday : H. attended the
Register ,
As pro\id l. Ji'T.'l
ville spent the weekend hospital following an illness of > ih.ips.r .o\o.r! 1'41 ;N.L.r is ht-tl.x J.: tr
Claire Walters. where :Mr. Overturf will hold a' :Mrs. Register's brother-in-law. that tangible per*"nal pn.prrtv ;a''n rd fi>r }tai lS,">"i ate n,,u
uncle and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. '! several months d..lin Paul Raymond Mr. and :Mrs. Sam Anderson gospel meetinguntil June 4. Ben Bailey at Ridgeland s. C Born in Bradford County : one per lent per month plu.tin. pr..poru..natt iii of publl"hlRj thnotue [ We Invite You To Relax and
were Sunday evening supper Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll of Jacksonville -! Monday afternoon 'olrs.j j 1'nles.s the amum> sit u|povu tarh name below are paid bf- Enjoy A iood :Movie In Our
Sonny Tenly returned home last M MI Teston is survived by her hUs-, for the first day ,.f June, I.'.".,,, warrantmil issue thereon dirfttini '
was the overnight guest'Monday '. was overnight 100 Per Cent Air
guests of Mr. and :Mis. G. P. :Mrs \\ B. Mundy the .; Conditionedt
I II band. Blaine Teston two daughters levy upon eizure of tintangible personal; property of the ta""ap'rf"r .
; -
Friday after being confined in St. Wadsworth in Hampton. I : of Mr. and :Mrs J. L.Hitch. : guest Sunday ofll's.: Alma unpaid taxes, penalties and additional cost. The name of d..lin'lu..nlp..r""nal Theatre During The )Hot
Luke's Hospital several days last i at Jacksonville Beach. Mrs Mildred N. Brown of property taxpayers and the amount of taxe.. including the .-<"(1 Hummer Dajs.Sat. II
Mrs. D. J. Kuhn and children Compton :Nashua N. H., and M>-s. Clara II of advertising and the first two month'p<.naltarc afollow*-:
week :Mrs. R. V. Alvarez and son, Mrs. O. B. Dukes and Mrs. Al-
of Jacksonville was visiting her
Tyner of Sanford; four sons, A & A LuncheonetteKvbecca S i 4S4 Jack paten r. t ti:5
Graduation Portraits. rhone sister. Mrs. Hogan Smith, and I James. Mr. and Mrs George AI-I he Driggeis of Lake Butler were Lonnie and Earl Teston I AdamCafe 1.SS Hi-Tone JlUM. .'o. Mil"i I ., :Ma' 26
265 Bullington Studio. family on Sunday. varez Mrs Jerry Dyal and son. visiting :Mrs J. R. Kelly :Monday Lawteyl; | Hell: Garage 341: O H Little b5 DOriSLK FE'ATl RE
I George W. Teston,
1 Jacksonville I
II. C. Hrown Ii.n Joe 1'rej.tunK. 1 11.Iuyle .
Buddy, and Mrs. Paul Underhill ], Mrs J. T. Lawson and son Hal !
and Edward K. Conner 800 T. ShullSnat i..47
Teston Tampa two .
were in Nichols on Sunday wherethey : spent the weekend with her parents I ; I Alton obbs 3.30 'k Bar .1\ 41 it. } .
1--- I brothers John
attended the Golden Wedding -{ Mr. and Mrs. N. N. String- !j Brown. Lawtey: DuiUysIMeitrio 3095S3 il ThomasTryMr .'1 10
I and Raleigh Brown. Winter j : Servii-e .1 Supply 0 Cafe 341
Anniversary of their cousins. fellow. in Headland Ala. | Haven Farmers Supply %3.30 II. J-:. Tmk.T r. u.. WA
; four sisters :Mrs Aline
Mr and :Mrs. Enoch Brown. I Mrs. Lola Johnson of the State' Franks Fine Foods 00'
I Brown. Orio Vista: :Mrs Carl l\e- CARL Jones
NO DOWN PAYMENT Mr and :Mrs J. O. Dever of Farm moved to Ocala last Fiidav Tax .'olb..t.-r, ...0' of st.l. .
Vatt, e-
; : Gara Droman ., I'l..rida
--e .
Brunswick. Ga. were Saturday I' She had as visitors over 1 and Mrs. Leila Peavy both of, APACHE FURY
visitors of Mr and Mrs. C. H.asworthv. weekend her son-in-law and

J daughter. :Mr. and :Mrs. Heniyj; ucoee. I RIDES THE TRAIL _

MONTHLY PAYMENTS .- Mrs. J.'R. Kite spent the weekend : Johnson and MisV! E. Johnson. I IMr Funeral services were held 1 in A MESSAGE TO THE VOTERS .

$300. $10,1' with Mr. and Mrs. E.O' j and Mrs. W. T. Jordan ofj i the Lawtey Raptist Church Monday TO ABILENE

the: afternoon at 2 o'clock with FROM 1 1i
Dollar in Cairo, Ga. Shreveport La. have spent
$600.. 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $20.17 Friends of Mrs. W. G. Haile will past three weeks visiting their" interment in Lawtey Cemetery .

regret to hear that she has been son-in-law and daughter. Mr. :and I IMts. DeWitt C. Jones was in chargeof l1m
LOANS UP TO $2500.00 confined in the Mercy Hospital in :j J. G. Holton and their son I airangements.In i .FLOYD WIGGINS

Miami the past three weeks. ;,! and family Mr. and :Mrs. Eston j r .
I lL
Mrs. A. S. Strickland of Kings- Jordan. Jlrrult Court, llradford County 1Jl! :=lrn

.rtMT ley Lake and :Miss Snowey Ruth I Jean Mundy will spend the I Ira Horlda E Thomason In Cbanrerv., Plaintiff Candidate for County CommissionerDIST.
vs Ii
Steele of Palatka are spendingthe weekend at Stetson University as'the Bernice J. Thomason, Defendant.Case 5 .-. County-at-Large ...
summer at the home of :Mr guest of Pat Jenkins. i BILL

Why Put Off a, and Mrs. E W. Hayes on \\'. Mrs. :Myra Foy of Lake Jack-I City I Order Of Publl..BH *,No.a Xotlre 10-1547 To ; WILLIAMS

Madison St.Baibara and :Mrs. Mary Edwards of Appear; State of FlorUa Tot I

Sue Edwards daughter -! sonville were weekend guests of I noun WCl1

''fPrfJJl of Judy and Bobby Edwards Dr. ;M. B Herlong and Mrs Car- I' SPERRYHAS t 4" tiu mwiSBr

Needed Repairs Paint Your House 'left Saturday! to visit her grandmother lie Adams.Mr. and I al.llt.p('.,
in New .| and Mrs. J. C. I \

Add a Room Screen Porches Mr and Mrs. J. E Hardy and ;, family spent Saturday Ga.and where Sunday -
in Bainbridge.
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs i iHardy's OPENINGS
they attended the :50th: wedding ) ,
Hobbs' FOR ..
of Mrs
Hardy Sr. in Gainesville and I] anniversary par 4 M So.r ft t)W*IMCriMKX
FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER I II E'nts.1': and Mrs. J. T. Adkins h WtUW MtOOWU>> Y>KM.!tttt SAM
:Mrs. 0 W. Barry in Brooker on
Sunday. -And-
LABOR AND I Ida. of Tallahassee and Mr. and I
Mrs. Loyree Hal tmann and Opportunities Bradford County needs a change in the business
i iI
MATERIALS I !j Mrs. Gene Norman of Jac'kson'l to management of its affairs through the election of
I :Mrs. C W. Dishinger of Jacksonville Learn New Skills Floyd
weekend of Mrand
I ville were guests
attended the furniture cos-j| Wiggins of :New River as County Commissioner from
Applications At Our Office No Obligation :Mrs. A. H. Henry
i vention at the Fontainbloau IIo- Top Rates Districto.. 5. Wild e\tra\agames. exhorbitant fees, .C W a
Frank Willis of Rollins College p
[ tel in Miami from Thursday to was the weekend guest of11': : and bad business judgement have brought our countyto

Sunday. : the brink of financial embarrassment. It is obvious
Thomas. ExcellentBenefits
and M s Herbert Inw
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Mr and Mrs Oscar \\'. Davis I :Mis. H. A. Lawson, incoming that !something must be done to bring better business; a

and family are moving next week president of the Staike Garden methods to our Board of County Commissioners. a A ay

PHONE 333 or 43 i from 741 Phillips St. to 50: Epp-: Club and Mrs P. J. Quattlctaum. I Iprgram o... t'i' E EILl
Why hasn't the board been the
erson St., the former Guy Andiews i attended the i publishing: completeproceedings In
I chairman
home which they are pur-' ( and chairmen i Five-Day Week of their meetings in the local paper? Are Q W

.-- -..-=- ---= ---- I chasing. presidents program Federated they afraid or ashamed for t the people to )know where > ... uUJ
meeting of the Florida !
Garden Clubs in Weirsdale on Modern Plant and how this >at amount of moneis spent! The county .0.... ::> e ;

I budget spent by the County Commission is .. W 4h
II f IlII May ISMr lUily Interviews C
[ I: 1 I and Mrs. George Miller left 8 A.M. to P.M.from S21G.871.!):$ for 19.fi.:) It has almost"reached this staggering "w"

I Thursday for :Marion :Military In- :' amount for each of the past few >ears. Waste -
ToT h i i \\.dn..la. C.7-:1
II e People o Evening tram '
\" I stitute. :Marion Ala. to attend the 6:30 to 9:00: P.M.Saturday : and extravagance: must be topped. \ *e of county machinery Zz. :

1111 I II I 1 graduation exercises of their son morning 'till 1 1VM. must be for public interest: only, not for personalor :)

Jack on :May 2G-27.:! After the indh idual purposes.: U.

I! II STARKE AND VICINITY I'I in exercises ewman they, Ga.will visit relath'esI I I SPERRYELECTRONIC i Search all of the records for yourself, and you will be

: Mr and :Mrs. J. C. Bennett of I ('on\ med that a change should be made, and that the

I present diluhould: be upsttFlojd : .
Fernandma Eea 'h were weekend
_II i We do appreciate and cater to local business Because i ( Vin- I 0t
guests of Mr: and :Mrs. L. D.
: ) honest and
( TUBE DIVISIONOF Wiggins is a hard-working jiM:

i the environment and fine food in our Restaurant I II ,ling"IVrvinali/i Graduation (lifts'* I capable man. active in his church work and community
( I work for other people. He will make) a fair. just:
P.illfoIcN, Kililes. Matmnarj-Xame uV1'lu.
are the best Our prices are not any higher than in Gold at Hullington\ SPERRY RAND capable conscientious. and honest County Commissioner
I j Snow our County.
Mr. and Mrs. Proctor CORP.

j I other restaurants of this section We invite you to 'I :Mis Clarence Lloyd ana Mrs Ga j 01- G.\ISES\"lLU:. ....1.\. Vote For FLOYD WIGGINS on May 29th
I Grafton Reinhard of Dublin
II I Located near "'I'eckoljarCartoon
I come and see for yourself and Mrs. Marguerite Dickens of : Airport Municipal (1'd.1'ul..tdv.( ) and Cliupt. Xo. 3 Serial
I :Marianna are spending this week !I ,
; at the Adkins summer home on -

u 1, Kmgsley Lake. INMAN GREEN

\\'. R. Walters of Reidsville.

Our Special/ Dinner for Sunday, May 25 : Ga was visiting Mr. and Mrs E. ELECT Sun.. Mon. and Tues
May 27 29! 29!
: D. Tenly last Friday. ; HAROLD K. NORMAN

j David Fogg and Miss Ann '

Roast Leg of Spring Lamb (Mint Sauce) 1.75 !i j weekend Floyd of guests Neptune: of Beach Dennis Mat-were CAROUSELShirley

'hews and attended the Junior-
Creole Yellow Rice (En Casserole) 1.65 I I
Shrimp -
Senior Prom while here. I II :- )' Jones, Gordan Ma(Rae
1 Cpl :Marian Henderson of County Commissioner

Roast Young Tom Turkey 1.50 j Washington D. C. is visiting her I I !Short.I'lusSunhal' ('It)" A On Reel

(Cranberry Sauce. Celery. Giblet; Gra\'}") i j aunt. :Mrs Ruby Johns, this I
I ..
DIST. ONE (County-at-Large
Choice of Any Two Vegetables I Mrs. Ben Mizell and baby spent : )

I'' Tuesday afternoon in Jacksonville -
Candied Yams Buttered Garden Peas Whipped Potatoes j!i I ) Wed.. Thurs and Fri.
I May ::10. :31. June 1
I Tossed Green Salad j Mis Frankie McCuilough of I Young ... Ambitious .
I Chattanooga, Tenn. is spending a yYj.
IESSEBT-Strauherry Short Cake with Whipped Cream j week with her uncle and aunt. I

Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges. Active, Practical Farmer

Hot Rolls and Butter Coffee or TeaI' :' ;Mrs. Lonnie Daniels has moved I He hated
to Toledo Ohio here she has lie Stands For -

,5-nnc n nnt:7c7S7S444574445744'A 'joined her husband who went I ?

I r there several weeks ago. i ii I Honesty ... Sincerity.. ': r Japanese-
I' Luncheon ;i 1I I] EconomyCOUNTYATLARGETHE
Sample of Our Two Daily Specials i i

New Police Officer till the

Chicken Croquets ... Cream Cottage Cheese and Fruit I 'Added To Force ,II

pl' ; Sauce Salad on Lettuce i II i Truman Norman of Law ley. a night hekissed

85c 85c 'former school bus driver, has PEOPLE'S I
III 'been added to the Starke police}I
Cold Baked Ham Chicken Salad And I IIi | force Mayor \\'. T. Jackson an- I I y

II' j flounced jesterday. Norman's ap-| Was High Man In The First Primary May 8 I
Tomato Wedges 1 I II Yuko!
I' I pomtment is subject to approval He Will Appreciate Your Vote
Ii Ii Choice ofn)' Two Vegetables 95c j by the City Council at its next Make Him High Man I Ii

I; Whipped Potatoes Spiced Beets I meeting, after which he will begin Again On May 29th I i L

Potato Salad Cole Slaw Abo\e Includes Saltines! and Butter I the usual probationary period :
)DESSERT Lime Sherbet : served by all new police officers. HAROLD K. NORMAN tayh
,I., DESSERT Lime Sherbert I I Norman has been assigned to for Coounty Commissioner for District One :::
Coffee or Teat I (
counly-at-laree) born THREESTRIPES
";!I Hot Rolls and Butter Coffee or Tea !; parking meters and traffic detail ': a farm. he was and reared in Bradford Count. having been reared on
; appreciates the farmer's
''I I |i Jackson said. !I problems The farmers i interest ts are his interests I

I: ,:t!I Luncheon Specials Change Daily Jack;i Hall InjuredIn public Harold oWct.Norman lie believes is in honesty' and air play- in the performance of the duties in !I '\in fJ1 SU J

; ,1,1 Auto Accident a man that anybody can come to with an honest question and 111'1'
get an honest His
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only promise is that he will
kite the citizens of
Ii I Bradford
County four years of the best service J -
I Jack W Hall 29 of Starke Commissioners of which he is capable on your Board of County ,
He has conducted his
i GOOD FOOD was brUIsed and shaken up and ,, ALL of campaign county-at-large and his desire is to ;
serve the people of Bradford
; County
I' suf feted from shock when his b""r

,. -.. AXD I i automobile overturned about two Aida RAY. CAREY. YORK
miles south of Raiford on State Vote for Harold K.
II : i Road 229 early Sunday morning. : on Joe..... MlTSDKD KMIIU:

.I;.II i iII I :May 13. Hall was pinned under Give A Young Man A Chance ----

I the automobile for some time before '! I'lusroved) B> .'0\" (artoon

I II I If ill ill'I" j'I help arrived to free him. jI )

''I"(" : 12 i! He was treated at King Memorial i, FOR FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS MRS H. K. TYUS
* rtJ fr rt M 24 Hospital in Lake Butler and later'1 CALL 328WPd.
to return to his home I'I i
ir We Invite You
li To Patronize
.i I 'I here.Hall I! Our Concession Stand From
a. I! was driving north and ( Pol. Adt.) The
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Mrs. Schaeffer then took charge'of tion day. Refreshments were gmbotham. New Gasoline TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGRIFFIS Juin. Puerto Rico, ar :M -

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS thtlemaimng part of the )' served by Mis Bax er. Little Boots Harris i IS ill at :, I Helen Spontholdt! r and fti : <
meeting, and when it had ad- i'iano Recital [s Announced
hit with the measles.
hone LOOP Juan. P R KHo'as c. !K
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 JOur ned. the members plocee-deJ' Mrs. J. L Stalling.ill p"E.-1 The music pupils participating .:By Standard OilThe : .,iMis
;' stnt her in an annual : A C. Brown \\ "I i
to the lunch loom where refresh- pupil in the piano recital given by :Mrs 15y .Mrs. l.oi. ('ul."manA
OffiursTuesdiu III..talJ..tl Tin' nievtins was turned o\er ments were enjoyed Hostesses spring recital Tuesday night. May tam at party honm.r.:
I Edwards in Jacksonville last Fri Standard O.I has
Company ...
evening. May 15, the( to Mi.s. II L. Morgan. Jr who.; for the e'tming're Mrs. N. \V. 29, in the Woman's Club at fc 1 day mght, May 18 were Sharon : announced plans to market three A A .AAA. daughter, Glen -1, On. her., ; ;

PTA in.-I lor the final meeting was in Lhuige of the installation '! Hardenbergh. )Irs. Allen Dean p. m. The public is invited. Pupils Gnfiis, Peggy and Gary Lucas, brands of gasoline in the future j Mt.eeUi! Oiiemandaugh! ', birthday:! annivorsarv ': : .,
and Miss Maxine Jones. : participating will be: Sylvia Dodd, ters, Mrs W. and husband's nephew R. iaM! I r.I ::
of the season, and the highlight of officers. WOI king with Mrs. j Bonnie and Edith Harris and I regular, premium, and a new, still L. Knighum
I I I .
ot the program was the' install Morgan was Mrs. Henry Hall, I J..j ItililtCluli !i Dee Dee Hardenbergh, Jane McMurtry Maiie Bell higher quality motor fuel at a j! Mrs. J. E. h".neor of Palatka Mrs. Beatrice <; :!! s rdi; > '
Bobby Ridenour, Romesa the with hor Thurs- .: to her job in t.v! '. t .jetab':.'
tion en next year's officers who had furnished all officers, I spont diy >n
17, the
Thursday evening. May thIrd rvice-station for i
Rickards to i '
Fred plans give a pump Scv ,
at Mi :
partment > > : :
I Walker, Marcia Gnf-
Dodd, Julie
old and new with gardenia cor- '! d.iv: The devotional was in charge children of the Joy Bible Clubga'e recital for his pupils at' present and future automobiles
fis, Price, Henee Belote, piano 'i I last week.
Larry Ki tends of :Mu C.o' Padgetti :
of Rev Malcolm Cole DavisIrs. sages. a demonstration program the Maxville Baptist Church on i with higher-compression engines. |i: .
Mr. and Mr, \; ,
Linda Hill, Bessie Ridenour Xan- i will be interested to know that < r
Voyl Manown gave a fine report Mrs. Morgan introduced the for their parents and friends at night June 2. Automobile compression ratios :
cy Parker, Merle Packham Jr.. I i she was able to attend i'hurcnservices i iI I and 'h dren. Mi! i MGriffis. < :/, ::\
the of the and the other of- School auditorium. have .
on accomplishments new president the Keystone: Heights I'r.1' f'nic increased so much in re-I I II .
Linda Williamson. Marion Fred- I on Sunday. She Gene \.}< M' K,:: ;
P T A. during her term as president ficers. and together they recited Between 50 and 60 per- i will cent years that even existing again
I ncksson, Aggie Watson, Faye The Daniel Boone P T. \ I I I had been convalescing at homoI I I JoneIrs.. My: '. .<' Pllt'1!
The treasurer reported a the PTA Creed. :Miss Gertrude sons weie present. The children j II i premium gasolines do not satisfy
'I Maxwell, Dorothy Hill, FrancesReaves hold a picnic Friday evening. May I I after from a hospital I II and Mrs. L. E. Su! i\ tn. iv! :M:
generous donation from the Lion'sClub House pinned the president's pin II lecited. the Books of the Bible, j I 6 o'clock for the | many of the new cars on the returning
I Lane Jackson, Glenda 25 starting at I I I in Gaines'ill'i'h.! .>re she under- and Mrs C F Padfc.'it! of; E\-!
m view of the fact that the on Mrs. George Schaeffer, the and a group of memory verses I and teachers atl I road, the company said. ,
children I
attended il -
I Whitesides, and John Dodd. parents I went i er baptisn \ -
Lions benefit-circus had been held vice president's pin on Mrs. Chester learned during the jear They Physical changes in facilities an operation.
1 who have had trouble the Maxville School. Bring your I I.l Mr. and Mrs. E. M Harper and Sunday afternoon at Kmi.Lake. : ;:.-.
on school property : Moody, and other pins on ;. also sang a number of choruses People with Drinks at service stations will delay ;
basket and eat us. .
Room count was taken, and Mrs Frank Jones, secretary, and'|: after which Mrs.. Herbert BoUt I telling the Ridaught twins apart the ITA.I I I widespread distribution of the ,i'children were visiting in Jacksonville i
who : includes everyone are will be furnished by last Sunday. i Mi. '-Iro. Morgan Hiare "
land that I : and
Miss Ilouser's room won the hon \ Mrs. R. X. Sunderlam, will inKer gave an interesting object I new gasoline for a tune. Distribution ,
t at least- Just a reminder that the senior Mrs. June had Jacksonville! .', '.. .
in luck, for the present McKmney as | staying in
ors. be tieasurer for the second year. lesson, and a skit with a monkey will begin in the larg.'rcities
i, puppet named Jocko. Awards for they are currently not identi class at the Baldwin High School ) in Alabama. Florida, Georgia. 'guests; la.-t week Mis Joy Jai'k- :their daughter. Mrs E M I I'.tuni. : '- ..

| were given those who had per- cal. Leola is the one with chickenpox -I will have their play on Friday I j I Kentucky and Mississippi 1 i son and daughtei Jan, of San is m the hospital.
while Viola has measles: (Or night May 25 at 8 o'clock. Please ,
feet attendance records, and those on June l.;;. -
ELECTJ. j who had done exceptional mem- is it vice-vers" I Big sister Joan plan to attend. The title is "Papa | ....,
is wondering if she will break I Says N'o" and the admission u. : : :
Erickson ofI
Miss Jane
oiy WOJ k. 'Carousel ;
Park of the Palms was the pianist out with one or the other just 25 and 50 cents. !I Coming ; l"Er.u"Z : ,

I for the evening. before her wedding day, which The 7th grade class of the To Florida Theatre I '" .

,t the A Leper large Hospital box of bandages in Ethiopia for, I is Miss not too Maiilyn far in Rushton the future.who will I Maxville at the home school of Mrs.held a Dorothy class party WaIters !'j Starting Sunday : ..ii.iilii...: ...:.:..:;:.:.::.::.:it....:.... \ .. .....;;' }'' .-1 .:: ; :;1 1r--\ !!!iiif/,:;\{ .:.:.:.i.:..'.:..':,.i".:::.'....:''.. ';

I the complete the first semester of on Friday afternoon May IS..1 I ,I :.:.::.::.:,.::.::.:::;:::::.:;:.;.::.:::.:.:;..; :.:;.:.::..;.:..:............ I I r'i"' :,;.:.,.;...1' ':: ." .. .
Africa, was dedicated during I Cdroiibel, one of the most :':" :::: : : '
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E. BROWN under her Senior at Florida Southern Mr. and Mrs Bill Robinson i iitiE/ : ::
evening. These children colorful musicals of modern times, hhl ,
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Robinson's'daughter "7 : -
Miss Ann Dell College, June 2, was recently Sunday with Mrs. : I ::.:.::..::.::.::.::.: I < ---
the guidance of bungs a strange and beautiful .2 t
the PauHfllenic of Jacksonville spent #Hf'! -- -
I I and Miss Reba Thompson, had elected secretary to I love story to the scieen of the i -
I rolled over 20,000 yards of bandages Council for next jear. mother, Mrs. Dorothy Waters and i iI Fiol ida Theatre, Sunday through :
for the lepers in the box She just completed her term of I famil}'. I II Tuesday.In I tfh 111 ii'oto"

just mentioned and in another I oft'he as treasurer for this year. Those attending the picnic giv woid and song it is folk ALL TO

box sent earlier in the year to a Eulie A. Rushton, Jr joined I en for the civilian employees of story with wondrous charm and I -'
Your School Member
hospital in Nigeria, Africa. The the U. S. Army ResoJ"'eon May the Cecil! Field Air Force Base fee Illig. The action takes place OUR WAR DEAD
boxes included clothing, cotton 10 and will lepoit to Fort Jackson I at Kmgsley Beach Saturday were in a small town on the coast of : U "r.r
and tooth-picks. The rolling of S. C. for six months duty Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Maine and centers around Billy ;

FROM DISTRICT TWO AND these bandages was the mission shortly after his graduation from; j family, Mr. and )Irs. Lonnie Hari Bigelow, a handsome and proud I :AND f HflR LIVING COMRADESit
Bradford High School on June 1. [ is and family, Mr. and Mis.j .
ary project of the club thiough- I bal k 'r for a carousel, played I 1'f
f .* .3fc & MQi
DISTRICTATLARGEf out the school year. I Young Rushton will return home I j Frank Wcllhausen and family, with zest by Gordon McRae, and i On Memorial Day we pay reverent
in time to enter Florida State i! Mis. Julia Griffis, X. L Cannonand
Miss Bell ana Miss Thompson I a lovely young girl, Shirle\ : tribute to the courage and patriotism of
met with the children each VedI I' University second semester. : Jo Ann Parrish. I Jones, who works in a factory. I all who have served in the armed
nesday afternoon after school j We regiet to hear that Cole Their runaway marriage, and I forces of this nation. At the same time, '

I| for their Club activities. Misses j I VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMAXVILLE j Caldwell is ill with the mumps. I later return to the hostile town, I __ let us pledge ourselves to work as
am indeed grateful (o the voters of Bradford County Bell and Thompson are mission- j ': Dickie Harris is also confined and the desperate robbery, planned I diligently to promote peace as we ever"

for the fine vole given me on May Sih. Let me encourage aries in the field, and represent j to his home with the mumps. I by Billy and his pal Jigger 3J&Z vsjr )worked to win a,war
the Chlldien's Bible Mission with Sewing Work Shop Held and Billy's subsequent death give .. ,May the youth of today be forever

you to go to the polls again on May 29th and vote for a Headquarters in Lakeland. Dur-' Uy Mrs. C. B. NolanUirthday f The Maxville Home Demonstration the film its poignancy.J 1 spared from facing the terrific'

the summer months, the Club held their regular meeting t" dangers of modern war.
man with experience and ability to do the job I will -
girls: are counselors at the Bible iiAAAiii! I and also a sewing woik shop ; This lank uSl not be tptnfkon

1 at Polk City. Both girls j Party | at the Maxville Civic Club last |, (: M"Y 3O-/tIemQrial Day.
appreciate the support of all oT those who may have |II Camp (; LOVE the new E! ter- -
are originally: from Ohio II I I Fur Konnie Cannon I Tuesday, May 15. Mrs. Josephine' brook pUr voted for another candidate in the first primary. I also Hume Demonstration flub i Mrs. Earl Cannon I'ntertained \I how to alter patterns, cut out: ) pastel .shades. Only $2.58 at Brad

I Mrs. Harvey Baxter was hostess at her home last Friday after- Cameron. agent demonstrated I j ford County Telegraph.
want to the continued of the '
encourage support ones
in zippers, cover
to the Home Demonstration j I oon May 18th with a delight dresses, put

that gave me such a fine vote on May 8th. Club at? her home on Lake Brooklyn / fully planned birthday party in belts and buckles and put in belt DON'T SUFFER LONGER

last Wednesday afternoon. honor of her son, Ronnie who was eyelets. We plan to have another FROM ITCHING SKIN': FLORIDA BANK <* STARRED!
the last of June
May 16. celebrating his 3rd birthday workshop IN JUST 15 MINUTES
was the last of the 19 of May. Games weie played will welcome any of you ladies If not pleased, your 40c back At .-fdrur
The I 1 store. Use 1TCH-ME-NOT to dead Member Florida National
cake inteiested. Group
My wife, my son Gilbert Brown, who operates a the 1955-56: season. Mrs Florence j after which the birthday that are en the itch and KILL terms ON CON.
served Those Pamela Sue Mosley.ji TACT Wonderful for any external itch.
Harris, retiring president, |! and drinks weie | Little I II .
I Today at (Dealer's NameIITCIIEUS )
Standard Oil Station here in Starke, and my daughter, presented each new officer with 'I' enjoying this occasion with Ronnie i I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Junior ;I
I Mrs. Sue Glennon. i j were Helen and Bruce Cannon :Mosley: was rushed to S t. Vinjcent's ;\ DRUG STORE
Mildred Sapp, who works in the County Agent's Office, a corsage.Home Demonstration Wanda and Rex Wilkinson, I Hospital in Jacksonvillelast .
County I \ .
join me in again thanking you for the fine \oe and for Agent from Green Cove Springs :1 Gerald Griff. Earl Cannon, Ran- I Friday night with a high ]I ,
showed slides, and gave a talk I i ily Wilkinson and Sylvia Ann j fever and infected throat We are'I '
your continued !support': in the second primary on "What Women Should Know Copeland. I so glad that she is better and I II

About Insurance" Mrs. Bea I Mrs. Dan Hargroves and I was able to enjoy an outing at I

I Cooper, the new president made ( daughter, Minnie, were business the City Zoo in Jacksonville Sunday -
I the presentation of a lovely gift : visitors in Jacksonville last Wed | with her parents and sister. I,

-J. E. Brown to the retiring president. It was : nesday. I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and
I a Swedish silver Mayonnaise set. !' Mr and Mrs. Guy Frigo and ;! sons had dinner in Jacksonville I I

The treasurer leported a net daughter of Jacksonville weie I''j Sunday and spent the afternoon II
profit of $153 made bv the Keystone ;, guests of Mis. Ftigo's father and I at the city zoo.I I

(I'd. Pol. .\t1\'.) Heights Home Demonstration mother, ),11'. and Mrs. Pete Grif- | The sixth grade of the Maxville
Club at a baked goods salem fis Sunday. : burger fry at the home of Eudell
Cove Springs on Elec- taw try Hall Tram and ham- 1956i
Green I 1 School enjoyed. a paity
: \\in., ()\er :M.iilliThe (Chapman -last Saturday.-
I Maxville boys lost the ball i

game Sunday by one point. The:'! i -
score being 1J to 13. Better luck I I
i 1 next time boys. After the game : I
the Maxville team stopped off
I'TS UNLAWFUL i( at Black Ci eek for a swim which \'eur I.ol'alla3'nouer Agent .. ..r
they enjoyed very much.
| We ale glad to hear that Mis. ,

George Brown is improving after
a recent illness and we hope that
she will be able to be out again I

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in j soon. of I
| Miss Gloria Higginbotham 10 Iwe/
i Jacksonville visited with her tM oj cS7ItzdMip ?

I mother, Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless 'I' family last Higginbotham Thursday afternoon tecieved I MOVING STORAGE I:

Phone Gain\il1e i
discharge from the U. S iI
I his FR-G-3221 Collect I iI
at Ft. Eustis, Va. last Friday -
The Name Is Registered I I Army and has returned tn his home : I

i I here.Mrs.. Anabelle Hauls and son? ,

I Botby and Daniel and Mrs. Louise SP.U on-enee
e I' Bask and daughter. Wanda I It ;

t. Sue were business visitors utj I

j Staike last Friday
I''' Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves Nt)

Read This Florida Law i I | and daughter, Minnie, were dinner sisI -- O\\ti.\\)

j guests of Mr. Hargroves 10
I family Mrs. Edna Manning -
and ,
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined hereto, to ter in Glen St Mary Sunday

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined The Maxville Congiegational

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Holiness Church held Baptism

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business | services at Black Creek Sunday I Ii

is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit j i afternoon Friends of Pete* Griffis and

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of i j Woodrow Hams will be glad to

all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest learn that they unable are improving to walk ,
still lite
both are
of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried !I but Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman /

on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring werp weekend visitors with rela- }
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to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or j lives in Avon Pal k.I Cannon
j I Mr. and :Mrs. Bootsie ( An? aize of type on any t'nt
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four weekend visr.oi- STAMP from the
; and family were CONFIDENCE the of reliance which
((4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county 1 in Belle Glade. '.very tmalleil to the ttrylirftit. feeling faith or

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be ; Mr. and :Mrs. D. H Hill visited?. RUBBER iq people have in a company or its products-does not come

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of I, relatives in Jessup and Waycros HI-quality STAMPS ruggedly built to I o\ernight. Like a tree, it grows slowl}'.

such publication. i:, Ga.The Sunday.Congregational Holiness lilt longer.Fatter you. yeirt and ycari I In this, our 70th year of service to the South, Standard

:. Church /prayer meeting and services Mr? ten ice at price far i Oil products continue to enjoy leadership in consumer

If you are engaged in business under any name I Nathan at the Hires home Monday of Mr night below xhat expect yon to would pa,.. ordinarily ; acceptance throughout the five states we serve-Alabama,

Ray Harris is able to be up Come in and tee n* on inf Florida Georgia Kentucky and Mississippi.
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and about again and was able toi RLBBER: STAMP n ffd.
school this week. that you may ha>c, Ve alto We believe that this continued sales leadership is due
other than and have not had this i go have a vide election) of
your own, name j,; turk Miower For :\Iro111.in..on MARKING DEVICES for I to public confidence a confidence slowly acquired
Gilbeit Brown and private
Mis ,our businesi
at her home here last Friday needs.OXE I through the years by the repeated satisfactory use of

properly advertised and registered, we will be night.honoring May IS Mrs with. Oscar a stork Wilkm-shower LINE STAMP S3c Standard Oil products by our customers.

son. Games were played and priz-, Your confidence is our greatest asset. We constantly
:2: Lines 135 3 Lines 1.85
es weie awarded to Mesdames strive to merit its continuance by offering you products j

glad to give you all necessary Information as to i i head Florence, Bill Parrish.Cowart. Balfoid Amos Lee White-and'' NOTARY SEALS that are the best of their type, and which give you full I

Elsie Rhoden. Afterwards cake FACSIMILE STAMPS money's worth in performance.STANDARD 1 I I'I
and drinks were served. Those '
what you should do. enjoying this occasion with the All Marking Devises 'I I I

hostess and honoree were Me.sdames. -

I' Walter S.'uneGeor""e'. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH OIL COMPANY 1

Phel, Samuel Midyear. XettieMidyette. I '
Bill Cowart. Elsie Rho- '' (KENTUCKY!
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH : den. Harry Padgett, Simeon Phillips !

Amos Lee. Florence Parrish Phone 29
I Wilbur Wilkinson Balford Whit('-

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F. FA. Banquet Prison Training
: i Sunday l M.i"s: at 9.15:; a. m. ,

j, j H.i'.y il iy ."...ras, 6.,")0 a. m. an cI I Course Under Ways

I *.,'',(> a. m. An 1.1I 't ".-'1J'C'I".'. i'l .t. .: x.; t. i J..., !.: ,r \ r Penal Officers
[ j'n Idun'Jjtechism Class eackI I ., .. .
BradfordLLu. !iS. .
complishments by the ; oil;! t' ::-rn.t'r :I I''
I I \ .ir.-J.iy t: : at 3:15:] p. m. . .
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:: ;! ?' t. past year was ii I I dtT.ii iijtJaUor.; JM-: At : : '
K<') ,t.)ne llei ?iti .. .
K.V": .-: ri'.U' Future Farm-i j ent tur.e we h.i\t- .' < :\\:1': : : :
i .\: St.: William's Chapel)
Church erg ui America banquet, Tuesday j: Cattle. MX b.'KOll, Ni'- :: Th-.r: :.i! ,-. i
The Tabernacle j f iFu.v:: HiAay: 21 south to StWilliam's 1I i
j! May 15 at ;he of Tyler Jones i ;I young pigs a: Uo!: : : i')ti-: < .-. .
.. | Sign.) Brooker. The event was attended -j j have i' w. re :i.i .; ]'0 s I II
i- : .l i t.; \'Il.1: :: i :" -< ; p .' "-uhp. Sunday Mass S a. m. I a purebred 1 }it..i
.1 by some 250 chapter mem- :' which is available 'u : ,, I \\ unAtfuc- :5.: .,' ..:
j Palais;, nlled{! I the pulpit at the lltily Jay masses 7:30 a. m. "
l I hers their parents, and guests. rnunitv! -f\I:, .. : ,- :'t "i ;.h: ,
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.'I. Confessions before an Masses.
Tabernacle last Sunday morainand g .. .
ring Worship, "We Shall Rev I' : I i inirini Rep. Doyle E. Conner a past ; "iS. tU .!_ .. ..til! il -. ":. !jI M'no. f.o : ..-: : r-.
spoke on "Disbelief and Ee- t l e -1 1 tnstr.L! : ;; ;.
.. : OF UIKIST: : i J National President of FFA. delivered .members have buit! :i" 1 r'. k .
ember 11 a.m. Youth Fellow |. The en'ningSt"n'il'e was' \1'ik 'hmi ,:: : ::.. : .: "
'I l C. Overturf Jr., MinNttr I the main address of the
Hilma and Harvey Turner. j many pieces of fanii t-n\' \. ;:pr.; : ,' I ..r't'.b. .. Cr':. ,
lip; I under the diiertion of M. M.
] the organi
I Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. evening, and praised "
., I I In October we helped thj !:. .\I.! "' subjfi t. v.h.i.: ti! v
I' .1 I Deverly and Linda Chapman (Ilnickman: .r\'.. who has just con Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evej I zation for its value in building I.I .,. .
., in u ; !1.>
I L!' sits Evening Worship Dacca- ning Worship 7:30: p. m. leadership among the young men j can Legion stage .1 .
:i pleted fust year a: Trinity t' ;iv "t per 1 }pei!s<>!-.ii.t., .
uiureate sermon by Kev. R. D. j Bihle College Clearwater. Wednesday Bble Study 7:301: who will carry on in the age of.County Fair by pll'j..1; "c. LI .' ::1.! sp.. 'fl<- Nil, :,.' ,j,, : : ,

summer' at Firs: Methodist I p. m. !{I mechanism that is now dawningon indoor exhibit and 1)1 1.".I r. : in beh: u>r pinPi-i.v: ,: .

church, & p.m. i St. Mark's Episcopal Radio program, "Old Paths" the American farm i hibning livestock. ::nut- ::a"n : t.\ ".i>;ogc.tl' : -iito-s :;. }h.1:: .
Thelinister will attend the each Sunday 9 a. m. Station.WDVH. A highlight of the program was have been helping to develop: tit.: I>K \/' -'t'ikif ( II.\I'TEI I'l-t niiiit ?.best: : *
i Kev. Kajmond: E. :\Ia(Blain I-H pictured a! tin anl\1L11 Parent
i general: Assembly Conference on the conferring of honorary chapter fair round.c't' prepared: tn.; .11I,1 inn n.llltlll..t t 1.1'1 uec6. ((1"1 I" nthl I : I. (.. 14uod. Idliur i Ilr.. Clyue E. Ve.KK- ..- :a.r.r l i'i '.
F.'angelismIay 30-31. No mid- Services at St. Mark's Episcopal membership on three candidates ground and Planted Bahia f.t.--> > 5.$|pp| Sclllillrl I ; 1 Kllllolpl' 111111'111./1. .... : Itubb p.iI nient of SnioloI".v.* : :.- .

'.\eek services will be held.SKVKNTII Church will be as follows: I 111(11111.11' ( IIAI'F.LASSEMBLY : I Leon Carter Jim Chas- laid out and started work on an i I'rr.irut; ; .10'11 ( 1'.1\\ ..rl. Tn-aM.n-r. \ \ .r..taro: ; I.nmharl'l.. i-t" Florida wI.! be the i\-: :,u. ;t..:
: : ()IiOn \ ; R\l\y KUskin.ice
I, Sunday: 9:45: am. Church '' teen, and Rufus Alvarez! who educational tree-planting park Iudolpb :-'. I"ur"'r; 1'. 1. l'n..iJ.'nt.1111' ; He is nationally kn. .in: f..!r h.-
K Chester tKolicrUun.: ruMurSunday
: ).\\' i iADYEXTIST !School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -. < \ were given this honor for their and erected a constant mint propagating courses in penology ;ar-.i I.?> ?
'KCII: School. 10 a.m. Morning | .. .. .. .. ....-. -.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.------ the few
flit I Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 interest and services to the chapter : table there. : t.: experts in tilt: t.c.d i'. : 'u-
Services each Sabbath In the Y. 1'. S. L. Worship. 11 a.m. Evangelistic U. S.
home of S. N' Crown from :I p.m. 7:3: >, Service, 7:45: ; p.m. ;< I'I.I J. G. Wood one of the chapter! '..inn.M.: Rae spent last Fri- ,' Prison Ix .
across Wednesday: p.m. Litany I A $10 cash award was presented advisors showed colored slides of PINE I Pupt. Wir .si 1 u: .a. :
Bethel Church east ChoirI Tuesday Informal Prayer at'' m;;h! with his brother. rites all enforc.-n-.err ., ,
Baptist ofj;I: and Meditation; 8 p.m. Sapp I various activities Arley. .ip--i: i -
:; by Chasteen to Bobby of the chapterduring I
Starke. Sabbath School 2 i I I Practice. the Chapel 7:15: p.m. j the Iil' the area to ,
p. m. I three I'mversity of Flonda. attend the < :.ix> >
whose steer the best of the l'Mm. .
Midweek i was year. |II.| ti il. '
Thursday Preaching
Bible Study each Wednesday![I!I Holy Communion: 1st Sunday The! H1: McRaes and which are being held da.ly fi.n
the II.
entries in 1 H
Bradford Chapter Roman
7-30: p. m.-Ai-Jen Mote pastor. !)[IIt a. m.; :3rd Sunday, 7:30:: a. m. Service. 7t5: p.m. I recent FFA district livestock.show. Alvarez chapter piesi- AAAAAAAA.AAAA.A.. ; .\ 1.'l'S spent Thursday after- .1 p.m. to 4 p.m.. and fion. 7 }ito <<
dent master
'I Saturday Christ's Ambassador as of ceremonies ,
awaits everyone. p.m. Daytime tour.-.c wi!
7:43''' and introduced i We ate glad to .;r. visiting Mrs.
KINT.SLEV LAKE Young People's Service, : Robert report : Ollie L>wis repeated at night TIp 1.I l.u" ? ,
:\IIsSIOX.RI.I"TIST .All I'AUK p.m. [ In a review of the year's accomplishments. Cooper who gave the address of ..pastor. Kev:: W. E l! others in the hospital. and i i'I are being held to make ,it posMbieI

Sunday School 9Mo; a.m. Morning i IJAITIST (IHKC1I( 'liudolph Sapp. welcome. The rE'sponse'as mad. ; improved after his Hazen. Mrs. A. S. Strickland. I I! for both day and night shift; .f-
Worship 11 a.m. Everang Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn IIEILBROXX \ chapter reporter, enumerated the by J. C Stephens. j I"t'hH j MIS. Irene Green. all of!'ficers to attend.

Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting i I ing Worship services 11 am BAPTIST CHURCH I: following projects that were carjried i The program was opened by H. Lewis visited ; ke. We are glad to hear that :,' The school is known a the KI-n.-

each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every i i Training Union 6:45: pm. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- !I out on the chapter's 270-; the group singing"Amerira.," I Mrs. K. Glisson and |. W. R. Haislop is at home ;da Peace Officers' A'adt'11ani:

one ye1come.-ROv. H. H. Molt, service 8pm. Come and I ing 11 am. Training Union 6:30 :' acre farm located about five after which Bobby Sapp gave the .1 j Mrs Turner. at fake I j 1 j I after spending several j[the cooperating agency i" the

pastor. I worship with us p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. PrayerMeeting I Ii miles north of Starke. just off invocation ( week. He also visited HdJbl'Onn'i' in the Starke hospital and ,Florida Peace Officers AshiH-i.it lor

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. -I IT. S. 301: Rep. Conner was introduced by i Mrs. Crew Wainwright (I Ij to hear that her grand- !| More complete information mal
Rev. F. B. Beaid, I Curtis Harris at Mrs. Alton Dobbs !
pastor. is
"Fattened and sold 13 head ofi i V. R. Ferguson former chapter I ;I jbe obtained by c.'ontadmgMI. .
j Mr. and Mrs. Robert patient there
Wainwright at the State I'nanCHEXlOc
sold 100 advisor and (introduced
hogs; raised and squat guests were -
VYOODLAWN :MISSIONARY j children of Olustee \\' j j Sunday was the 56th
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE yards of tobacco plants; fertilized ; by Paul Hutchins one of the
guests of Mr.
: j and '
BAPTIST CHURCH and chopped 20! 'anes of Bahia two present chapter advisors. McRae j jI j of Mr. and Mrs. H. I
last j
10 a.gSun.jay School 11 a.m. al'I'esI I ( Saturday. I j : McRae and guests during the I
FLA. grass pasture; produced two A delicious supper was servei1featuring Visitors of the H.'oI '| included
6:43 children.
I preaching. 6:15: BTU : praysen'lce winter
oats for
of Southland barbecued chicken and
7 o'clock servicest:30 !ion Saturday and Sunday and Mrs. A. R.lrRae and [
er song grazing; built a brick furnace for I cherry pie a la mode prepared j Robert Taylors of j j iKwps breath I.i..inM'/ !'t.t. IVpjprrmint -
: Mr. and Mrs. i
evening services. I[ J. W. McRae I
REV. LEWIS D. Pastor
HAINES. I cooking swill: painted and P'it under the supervision of Mr. and I Misses Gent Rae .\ ,II son. :Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- | f1.uor..1.. for themIrterjwhere.
doors on the barn: elected about Mrs. Tyler Jones. Members Gloria .
Jefferson! and Court Streets In The Heart of Town; i Hampton ChrMiun ('hun ItI' of I and Sue CrO".b and Mrs L. A. Crosby and ,
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Sunday Bible Sll.00110 a. m. one-half mile wire fence; builtfive and the local chapter Future Homimakl'rs >- ,' Bayless Hiway. Monday I! !' Mr. and Mrs. Robert i! TilE CHEX ('0.Philadelphia .
gates; lebuilt a hog pen of America assisted insening. were Rev. Galbraith
I'preaching 11 a. m. Evening twoacresBETHEL ( and and Mrs. Sue :Myrick Mr. Pa.
loading chute; planted and Mrs. Eldon
i I Christian Endeavor p. m. Preach- Sapp. Mrs. V. E. Thornton and Salesmen Wanted
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. jing 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Bibl T. N. Norman of ;! Fae Thornton. I i

Sunday School 9:45 AM.: Training Union 6:16 P.M. i[ Study Hour 7:30: p. m. Willard M.j!! B UTIST CHt'KCH -

I Jones, Pastor. iI j| Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M.
I 1 services 11 a. m. and S p. m.

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at I 1101'IIOMKCOMlMi'': BAPTIST I Song service 7:30: p. m.- Rev. The Most

i 1 R. L. Lee. pastor. Appreciated Gift
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. II Hope Baptist Church at There Evening Service S p. m. Prayer

sa will observe its annual Home-I(Meeting, Wednesday S p. m.-Rev.C. Is The USEFUL GiltGRADUATION
i coming Day on Sunday I B. Stallings pastor.
Following the regular morning I

I services dinner will be served on AAA .AAA X jr

the grounds, with singing and e =
HEAR THIS SERMON BY PASTOR S P.M.! 'i testimony: set vices afterwards ;.

I: Eveiyone is cordially invited tj "
"THE EVOLUTION OF SIN" j'' attend. I| Gifts

First Baptist Church, Hampton'P BAPTIST EVERGREEN CHUUC'H:

Sunday School 10 a. m.
|! ing 11 a. m. Training preath-I: = --
Sunday School 10 A M.: d ; p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer :

Morning Worship11 A.M. 'Meeting Wednesday 7:30::: p. m. -r:] By Popular Demand
B.T.U. 7 .P.M. > Wonderful Wonderful
.. \. i Gifts
l"lll'm'lI OF JKsrs CHRIST Our Stock of ,
Evening: Service S P.M.Don't .

S j I|I Services I.ATTKK each DAY Sunday SAINTS: in old *f. \\ by
Miss The Messing That Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday \ /

May Be Yours Bv Attending ; School 1'\ a. m. Sacrament

")lour of Power" Wed., Service 6:30: p m. Everyone wel ; CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON 'I &teJtook

8 P.M.: f Ic t II come. '
i about
this question <

Brooker Park.Committee Springtime is wind time. Itdoesn't ,.1
Is: the Largest and Most Beautiful we have .J V
have be
Named to a tornado: : "1h
offered. If not already satis :
blow ever you are a c'
to things apart and cause ;:
Announcement of a CrookerPal ,' a thousand dollars damage. I fled Esterbrook user, ask the man who owns \ .'

I k Committee was made thi:. Does 'extended coverage' on ene. Pens, Pencls and Desk Sets by

Homecoming i week by Mrs. W. E. Eigham Jr.. a Fire Policy cover loss from I Americas Oldest Penmaker. .

president of the Brooker Garden smoke hail, and explosion, as
Club. I PtIIt.Pak Set-dainty
Those oppointed by Mrs. Bi well a? wind damage I The Popular' purse site: pen endpnc3 +1
EVERGREEN In handyeble Snd.1 -
ham were Mrs. Wilson Green
cat*. Choic of
Mrs. J. C Harrell. gCharley;' E. Johns&SonAgency i ; poInt! choic of 6
BAPTIST CHURCHSEVEN I Appointed by the Town DESK SET pastel l colon $1.00

to serve on the committee
were i Awlo-Fil Dub /u 5,l-wilh the
MILES WEST OF LAWTEY j W. E. Eigham Jr., (as chairman) In Black pen that fllli ihelf from a glanl Ink
Earl Green and Lloyd Wood. y r? fountain In Hi* ban. fovnloln-boi,
SUNDAY, JUNE 3 j i Mrs. Eigham said that walk of1t'"I'lmg ,; 3.25 .. r l Midi Ink only 4 llmti yearly bt
the 10 normal vi*. Chat* ef point, choice
land at the new park J ef color . . $4.09
LUNCH AT ONE O'CLOCK for a tennis court would begin Phone 13 Starke ;

SIMHNG( IN AFTERNOON I next week. I i . ..... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... II l I In Colors

Everyone Welcome! I 3.75 j tlCa

VOTE FOR !I Also comes with chain attached for use in

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I Gift
Give them an Esterbrook,

Buy Mutual Insurance And Save for one of many beautiful pen 'pl1'C1iset'J> ;
DISTRICT FIVE : or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be

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Two Licensed Agents To Serve You t

I il f t tI I _____' Teacher, of writing. More than 30 point styles.

DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY ij i iIl6 This To My is Friends the the Voters of Bradford Count : x E w-_
last: '>
j i II>' the printed word opportunity> will hale to reach you : REMINGTON E I Hou.se-
'ou o to the polls OFFICE
I next Tues- EQUIPMENT !
: W. fall Street Phone 2S3: Ii day I would therefore like to make a final appeal Wife

i for your \ote and support In my past of lJa.IJ.h. _
years service "
as When in need of the Heavier
your County Items of
Commissioner I
have given > ou a fair tl..au-/f.<<.IAI '
and progressive administration of the or Equipment Desks Chairs 'a"
County's business.
; RE-ELECT with a view toward what is best: for all parts of the: Compare this typewriter and you Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices I

county. I am proud of m)' record and am glad to submit will be convinced that here is a BusinessMan First. We can offer you overnight ,'

it for jour inspection and approval at any time. I : tuperb portable typewriter hot delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the

RICHARD D. am asking you for another term as your Count Commissioner I gives you beautiful printwork and opportunity to quote.

on the basis of this record. a ne*ease of operation-it's quiet

I too. It's the only portable! with
I was unable to cover the entire county before the Miracle Tab and 34 other
BARKERDemocratic First Primary and have been making a concentrated standing useful features. Budget TERMS I IFDESIRED Ab' Remington t Adding Machines

effort to see those I missed at that time. For this reason Torml.Test Typing trials arranged.
it has been impossible for to \isit i
me again in all
:sections of the CONVENIENCE
rounhIf" I did not see you a second -
time. I know you will understand! why and Will consider

this message: -a personal appeal for your consideration.
National Committeeman
I Il" i

-\I-r"l'" _- Your Vote and Support On May 29 Bradford County TelegraphPhone

.'. I, '. 't 1'. Second:: ? ''''J'. ",1:9 1956:: I Will Be Truly Appreciated
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Warden Tells ter"We than\Vonicn moved larger Prisoners 30 groups.women MoviM inmatesto SMITH RECLAIM>i LAND FOR PASTURES ,r- -- - -- I > I Ol"LL-purse-v./e- JOn" fountain the new pen Rsterrook in- ,1.I'n.,1':hx--Han.---! hail D'tendant.Cast'- Plain- \-

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the new omen's prison last CATTLEMAN FOSTER SHI I % Rb' p.isfi-1 shads. Onlj $:':.5S at Brail- \.ure T. _\PI.a.
.w .
Story Of Riot w eek. and will move an additional fr -.4 ford County Telegraph. T> Dorothy Ila'l!! nh. .
SMITH: inspects "Big Jim. pure- $ i i- Marieita cJiiirjr,.i :.ZI'I .\
U) next week. But
even .
so. moving %0 | If'K 10 tri-IMH 'irf-= i b General IVl\-r: M I '
all the 223; women inmates here oed Hereford bull at Smith's p.t-- < la Cirruit I C a.
IlraJOril ('oa.
1 ,
i ( nt.nti-d! Fiom i Page One "
located southwest H, 1t luritci: In C lmnrrr,. Ton are hereby .. ,
will not by any means solve the 'tines of in n- ... not f *
"1 ',7' i ,"' ,
> \ : a.r.t :I f. \ su.t: for d1 vorveha
i"l''''i .iiule try to rehabili- I overcrowded condition : ton Lake. | 4j 4jTIji' .i, -. :p'" ',' i .....11. i ", :. t.1 i ."L been filed .
1 \i ilir lu 'PP."rT against! y..u'i
it'' n'.i-t of them. Only the mihK Sinclair explained some of his ;, The bull, about'cn vt-ats 'i iI '1."v" i>\.:n.. ..,.i\i":. wht. e above namd Court and .> .-- >
.roblems '. >ou are required: to nerve a <
: .hu" P'
l t .tI.1] .I.I I ,
: -v :- I ,
t. S
: Smith i "
was purchased byfr. 1 j,1I1'
1.- inmates or those facing I ililniu. "!'!.I! .' 1"r..I.... 1..ng your answer or pleadinc ii : -

hi deal I th penalty are kept in "Of the four problems facing ears ago from the Roy J. Turn* Ii i iI l-i".1, < nj N. u y.ikV. ii. complaint.\tt.rntE on the K P'Plaintiff rrj ': .iFlorida '. ,

I every prison housing. medical I jl Ranch of Oklahoma, one of the ''u are JiereLv nottflel mat a :
':i iximuni: security in the flat-top j jThe 'w.' f'ii. l food and UTi'odial the latter is l largest breeders in the wmld.I ( % <' ntr.l 1 and file the original In t!"*
.1' 'I I Mlppnrl of HI"0..I ihlM 1 h..- !I..n of the Clerk
the Circuit
l' .
prisoners have all the privilegci -; jy far our most pressing one. Obviously 1 d. U against vuu the .it before ';; a
I i The pasture where this puMii.- j >o\e named o r the
it is possible to let them our job is to keep a man taken ""urt and au--e and you are reiiuind 11 da) t,1 Junt'. 1Q.therwise ",!>.
I was is planteed in I'c-nsa- to
I i'r\e a of
copy anc I .
the .
hive they have movies recrea- I, here once he is turned over to us : ( ola Hahi.i grass. and it is onlyne .-, i
lion good med.cal care and a ht it is increasingly difficult to | 'lie P'nnf'ff; Attnrner fei-srd by
) you.
: ,(J of a series, of fields on the edge i II tt.ililu.n: I> r..x 104
( iiam to rehabilitate: themselves keep him in custody, if the other < >.iin<*-\ illtFiriilA! Thus" n..t''e thai be pa'Joce .!' -', '
I cf the lake \\ hkhfr.: Smith has : .. iat each week for four < .'n'sii' !> .
!if! thev, want to [ conditions are upset due to over reclaimed and into .il file the original in the. office of weeks to the Bradford County T.- <'_
I' put implO\'ed ._. Tte I'lerk <.f the Circuit Coon on or I g raph.l'.i'd.
: crowding. .
Ovrnroudrd ('ondiliiii.ntIa1r .
th "
pasture '"u7 dav oft( ,\ "
paused for moment "It would be to ( Hereford | Is day ,.f .June. 1S->0. (OFFICIAL SKAL Charlrs \. IM, .
a easy just keep' piirclirrd is one of )Ir. Smith' This tree I
huge vmith'x
., The soil is't'ry nch and) in some orange UII I lirI.luu.rh| n 'ar otherwise the allegations of ald Clerk of the "'t-.'uit 'i 'u'By
ml then continued: I the vast majority of prisoners in places the black muck. 01 humus I pri/rd pitssisMnns at Ills ret'l.llincd! pasture( l.uuU! llaulliorne'th..t,1 the ISig; I 'rci'inf tinIS'Mfs I Complaint Hlli be taken as confessfd Mir:.in I.. Crosby. P.'p .," > .I.I _
'Of course conditions here are if not allowed by jouI ,,
custody they were :
; '.outh\\.t of I-ikc. '
,it up to ten feet deep. It has all lI.unl't| i ibv :and: I.. still noiir'shin toda .
lar from ideal. We have 2,521 in-. !lit work outside. for then it would 'I This notice shall be published'one
boon limed and last each tieek
year for four oon-wuttw
n.ates in a prison built to hold !i jbt just a matter of locking them pounds, of ammonium nitrate jtei.'acre hun ei ..t tlui: st. .i.111'II hI'It :\li :smith pointed out the approvi- I utii' Hawthoine whuh includes' weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph DID YOU KNOW?

I 600 \,hen most penal authorities I i ( up. and keeping them that way. i I was applied to get some doe( :, it hJMi the stifiiglh to i itru mate KM .it ion of old Fort Harlee I wcitmg ,. to Uj ..f 11"L I" .";

agree that a maximum of about: Cut we feel that working i; part ,Coastal Bermuda grail stalled I II r ;:gle out: I ji back to Indian War days. V.liu Freeze, of 50 and 60 years' I IOFiitIAL. $K Al.l harlrti H i'dlb Tht'n' are more |1"1'1.10'| | III hopit.ils ...
1,200 ithe i most that rfiould be I lof i lie estimated that this I Clerk of thv c'lnull Court..
rehabilitation and we do try to I of this is obtained year's ]from which soldiers are supposed a igo I Bj Marian U Cno4ay Denun I'I..L i today' for mental .mdnervous
Drainage area
tot pt m any one institution. | help every man who comes here : I calf crop has been a good one,1'somewheie to hive marched to the Hattle of :\fr. Smith was born at a place ;. r I' 4. ,; disorders than ill

\\f are badly overcrowded and I.if he wants to help himself. I Ii !: by which means lead Oi to a the series lake. of ditche.sj around 80 per cent. Olustee. This land was at one time ( ailed l Orange Lane. near Haw- I :\OTHT-; in \I'I'\R: otlu-r unditions% (coinliiiii l lAIuili

have had to put in double and even i! I, )se 1'riv ileges In a tour of his pastures he part: of the old Dow ling; homestead t!horne. and was the son of a colon I I. Clrruil ('iurl. Hrmlluril ('UUllt,. of this e\M-iis.. in inavoided .

triple bunks into spaces designedfor I I i "After this not, I told the inI :Mr Smith said that his held ofgrade jwmted out a young bull. j and 1 wai it one time crossed by the tii farniei He attended" the'mvei'sity I.\\f ll.n....rl..n
only one. Feeding over 2,500 j I mates that they had torn up the I 'ows. Heiefoids with a "One time I came to the pasture ( i >M Newnansville-Himpton! road tIn I of Florid and passed I jr, loiin/ Hurd.llIg'.n I'tttiKlantit Ilrad"r first. Tlie (luropru

inmates is a big job in itself but in i. l! r.inkling of other breeds. is look- and s.iw' a wonderful: sight That addition to Mr I e, N, 1I1'I I"4i .
cattle Smith
baseball equipment, so now they'llla'e 1 us bar examinations while still a L Nalh-f To Appear: isuatuand n-moves the aushuh .
all of it. have done the I ling i good now but that 30 da r. | ]bull had bunch ,
we best > ago a of and .
I and if tows i::: xeiy ninth interested m the > However took teach T. i..
no more baseball. they | replanting j'inior up John Huti job know how. ( they were in had due to the calves ,, .. .
shape and ,,,
we huddled
tear else be up in a group of pine trees and his and r> ,1 > a rid add I if -'"> t>i; Iltih I
up anything they'll u n as a caieer was a principal a pressure on the spinal nervesIJenxvv .
"One trouble that ilj i rolonged drought. and he Anll Qiitt n' \ illag.V.. w YirkYou
with all of I
is the outside
was on fighting many of
the who will lose aires plantings all.,t and iii the
ones privileges. i in Istages Biooker at Bradford where are hereb) notifieil that uut.uit !; nerve prevsurf
these inmates. and a limited staff Q. "Why were newsmen refused I! Incidentally, even with lakefront I i (,ft an attack of wild dogs. He'd throughout his holdings. '! I tOut ..p met and married his wife I fur du'...,.,.. care u"t..d\ anilmntrol not onlv correits the mental

we cannot possibly give each inmate j I' properly the matter of water for fharge" the dogs, and then wheel of minor child. ,
I admittance until 2:30 p.m. that on the way to Brooker he In recent years however. Mr. t.as and nervous disorder but otherillnevu's
the attention 'his stock is a problem. I bark and !' been filed aral'.L you :n 'he
personal that ?" stand guard again pointed to the large stands of mith above named
day has devoted all bin time to I Cnurt and cau-e and raised by the '..anteprt'.ur
we would like. You I "I have a canal dug so tna: Mr Smith tuu are .
might com- my owns a total of about pines which required to r\e a tnpv i I
the land '
I A "Shortly after the riot started I now cover on c:attle. tree and orange farming. *' are also corrected at
pare our problem here to the cows don't have to to the lake 9.500 which stretches I our answer IT pleading to the com
one acres out both idcs of the !
I was called and told that re- road md to his family. which includes I plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney the same time.Keniemher .
II educational institutions. where j to get water" Smith said. "Other- U.ioiigh Diadford Alachua and "It wasn't II. I'. BaldI' in. I'. (.1. IVx 104. .
so I t t hree children.
many : .
porters were at the gate and want year ago I i.cinrill j I.F'l.ri.l... Chiropr.u tors rv
ever a period of have wise. they get bogged down or Putnam counties Most of
yearn they I this
that all
land was almost bare He end tile the
I ed to see me. I sent word out I is very much interested in original In the offite of move the
learned that a teacher can handlea i fall and bieak a leg especially l land or about 8,900 acres he leases pnd could idle ''the Clert! of the Circuit Court on
'Ithat I this was an emergency, andI ''when] jou see land in ::1 c?ivic and religious affairs, taking or before the C.tISF.
class of about 30 pupils far bet- they are in a weakened condition tr Kaynoier. Inc for pulpwood I .. .
I that as soon as things were under every direction. Now it has been :i J l part in activities of the Metho- I" da .f June, l'.S,

control I would see them. My firstdut I operations but he retains the graz- put to woik and the land is better c c list i itm Church and he recently served I ,I.therfl.e Complaint will the be allegations taken as confessed of raid- BOLLINGER
He continued: "A 'OW won't get I rights.
mg ;
i it"s: chairman of ; b
I the StarKe Zoning! > you.
as sawH was to order
) get ,
into a bad spot unless it driven I :' This notice hall 1..
is Nearbv his newly built pa tul'es. He, also owns an grove''I Boat d. ,t published CHIROPRACTIC
I restored. and I saw the newsmenji'st __.___ orange I nee each week tn* flour conseou-
as soon as I reasonably could and seem to be more interested in ivp. neeks in the Bradford County
USED CARSPECIAL ,.......................1 I i[p graph. CLINICS
I "I did not allow reporters to sensational r.'ones than in obtain- Homecoming at Oak Grove I Bradford County Hospital on Sunday l>..10'(1 the. Iii ili>' (.! M..t. t'-.i:; ;

question any of the inmates or to ing and printing facts. Church near MuMl.-burg! I ,I I I OKF1CMLSKA1.I Clerk: of the Chariev Circuit A, lurb\Court S North of Post Offic

I take any pictures within the prison "You can imagine what it wouldbe LAIYTEYtu\ Sunday I The Second and Fou-'th Grad,. fly Marian L. ('r>)"hy. ifeputv CI..kI't In Starke

and I believe that under the I like if we allowed a reporter to Mrs Steve Starling. Ji le-I with their teachers. :Mrs. Eunice' ; i ,; Modern Methods" Lady

I conditions I was right in doing so." visit an inmate and then write a UyIn.: Joyce T. Futt h I I'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAai rned home from St. Vincent I i ;Kelly and Miss Mirv.* Fdiilknei' \0TI( K TO .\pptaHI. .\ssihtant Steam Baths
Clr 'nl
I Warden Sinclair made this state- : sensational story about him. then Hospital on Sund.IY.11'. and) Mrs l I 1 ;and j'Ul'sts.f: rs. Janice \\ a 1.1 s. Florida> : I.Court( haoeerr.. Bradford Cuuctj.

OF ir-ent. then, in regard to publicity every other inmate along that PPI ell Hunt and son of Lake City. i iana Mrs. Carson Clntiii, an.111 -. "

on prison affairs. I! row of cells would feel that he, too. I.ier..un-'rl'\\s :Mr and Mis Fred Tyre of i Wmfred Ripd in. e'.jc'ed a ti p tnSt

THE WEEK Open{ For Inspection 'was entitled to his big story being the Starke afternoon.. visited the Stalling in l' ; Augustine on WednesdavTruman Sell It Rent It Trade

"At any time this prison is wide told and there would be no way; of Net man carried the

I controlling the situation. Mrs Ruth Bal thlow. anlfrs
open for any legally appointed i groupI

i body with investigative powers to "I want to work with the press. Effie Green and family of Middle-I Freddie ).nkl',.-. spoil the WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

i' : but at the same time I must keep buM rg spent Sunday afternoon with I weekend in I.-r-so'ivillc with Ins

1954 Chevrolet2 come in and r.->e anything they' mind the welfare of the inmates : 1'-:. Maltha Bales and family. -
,,111 : aunl'I.lrs.: Ho .("o Cc\ an I M.;>sj
: wish and ask questions of"person'nel L- here and the divharge of Alice Raulerson. daughter of j) Add Din -ns. ;' Low Rates Goodlesults Easy To Place

and inmates, but I do not feel' duties." I :Mr anj Mrs. Finest Raulerson. '
/ Ton Pick-Up | that have that my H, Mrs S-ii ib.i.'J'I.lIs.; : O Jnders JO WORDS OR LESS. aXE INSERflOTEM'H .
newspapers investigative i- and Russell Manning son of Mr I 5 Restricted Rations I
I And O J. Phillips anl Truman
power. j a Mrs Edward Manning are I ADDITIONAL WORD 2e
i Q. "It it true that as a matter : ";orman .icco-vpame-l Mrs Joyce
CLEAN LOW "I fully believe in freedom of the of discipline prisoners are fed patients in Bradford County Hospital ; III"nn'r: OF IS FIR fKNT ON' TWO OR HOUR! lRItTIO
j iF: tch aid t "" Fifth and Sixthr'd"s
I press but the trouble is that some t I i Me 4IMHTION' FOIl nun ADS OR Alts >OT Pill) IV AflVtCISRT06t
but bread and water for
MILEAGEOnly newspapers abuse the privilege,1 I I (J in a fciM Trip to St
I long periods of time ?" II i Mrs Howard :Martin of Indian ,! .\j 'Istine last Friday i( -

I II II I 'I A. "All of these things are governed River City is spending the week Little Ricky lnhem :s. young; : FUR !i %LK
I In ,
Court Bradford Count I- with her mother Mrs. Mandy
by law, and we adhere son offr.: Mrs I IPp.
an 1 George .
$1095RATLIFF > Florida; In ('hancery. Manning : Ire you content to mj ,.. :i acre,. of land I ml
I strictly to the regulations. The ': R obei ts of G::tirwvill'. spent List; un nuil right waf Or would )ou !Ola,!... XI.T'OIMI. (.<,<>d lor com .
I Daniel L. Austin Plaintiff vs. law on restricted dIet. such as I The T.V.. Tatum family anl I I rather u"n )oar own borne Call mercial parpiMte,. I
week with I. s gi.'iidparcnts :M*. :
I Stella P Austin Defendant. | their guest. Row ell Meeks of' I I un and "e nl>l berrjr Kind to 3: room bonne nod ....... Terr
'i bread and water. is that no inmate 'and :Mrs G \\'. : : : large- I
Roberts. Ricky [ etplnia hum ?<>. rum unn a huniean plot "f land ..o Paled
Case No. 101351'Order 1 may be given if for a period of RipltnMiss: .. were fishing at eturned hone with nis 'I ......apl) M.. >.u ran realI I II near "'arJ.p. *;1.I4J.OO.
I parent
Of Publication And :%tice 14l 'u Flagler Beach last Saturday | on beoe ne" atlrnitite plare "Iii i iI roa"'j
longer than 10 then he must I
>"cnr| Mate Of Florida Till Sunday. :{ be khuvin lou at jour eontenlenir. STROUT REALTY
I Mi and :Mis Joe Raiilerson
Stella P Austin, whose residence receive full diet for three days, I! I "11'. and M! >-s. ,' nefi Futch of .V r..ll tu telephone :3S3.siarke. : I Jolmie Hansc'n Representative
'kMmviIle. were overnight guests ( lurliU. U..*.. It all !
and address is 1211 Apple when he may again be put on the 1'Oninear.1 Mns :Mirv J'ilu r. o. iini At?

I St., Wilmington, Delaware.You | ren'ritted rations. But we do not i I' I of the L P Rifuses last Sund'ly.: itch of r-!.'.I.I'L'E'r Tr>ii':'-I FLORIDA) I HE.\LTY ('0 Markc, Mo.

are required to appear on go that far. When necessary we Mi and :\1" Main.n CI ewsannIlUl1o''d Mi.s I) R Stone and .voungiihildren day night gici.fi of :Mrs Joyce Of Starke .'110.:' I; U'.II.IX> IJO-S-:.<.'u
'' :j;.. I 1"6. the t I
in alinvt' n.tnii-.l' were shopping in JackI -
Court and cause wherein plaintiff rut an inmate on bread and water the n. trrl"l i 01 theil.1 Futch and .;011"; Terry and R'tlph i I ((iuj' .\ndrt."', \S. It. Seuell, ,

CHEVROLET CO. seeks divoue for seven days than back on full duighte1!', DeLvm T Boblv! :' Piei-j I! Phelps. mother ofIrs: Stone The Dentin f'.t.' 1 f.mlily1'1 e A. J. Tlvomai
I i ) I II KHP.
'sonnlle Fnday M A Eame
on s.
m SM.H-Jtrvey
I radlorIJounty 'telegraph shall illations I before resuming the le- son son of Mrs ,Ta>ne> Millet of't'' Saturday di 'HT guests; of the ond cow wIth ..e.-
3": ; Ave Telephone 383.starke heifer; < alf. fre-h ...,
publl.-n this Order In n"it foi i (' home with them for a visit Temple in. ii! .'
OUR SERVICE I weekly Issues. stricted: diet again. I Dade Citwhui look plate at I Futches. I Floriilaw ::11. :oJ. milk PIT day.- \'. fh-

: Witness mv hand and official seal ,, Warden Sinclair's phone rang, j Farh Baptist C'l'ii-.i! at 93 on The J. D Clarks were Sundavdinner ; James C. Smth and hw Xmlhi : alt RI. t. IN.x :IB1tiik.! ... tf lit(
PAYS DIVIDENDS'Cor. St.uK.' Florida tins M.i\. J1956 2.4t guests of Mr and :Mrs L, _
and he concluded the interview by' I
: I,I Sunday morning.: Mi6. Rev A I i Grade; Stt.teis: rnjove-i a swim
Call anti 'extending invitation to the L Thik inrleepest Staike. i FOU RE\T-Close in. deiralile,
Court Streets an F:. .'' one
(OFFICIAL SEAL:; ) Charles A. ->arb, ;( Massey perfinne.j the ('ereI j us extended sud a Cl) !?,t dish luncheon at: '.\XTrIIUI.I.I.E.X COTTON and two bedroom apartinnn''
Starke, Fla. : As Clerk of laid Court i Telegraph's representative to visit mony in the presence of lelatives sympathy StiiekHnds Binding on Kingsley 1t.t' No I'antx or Army :Shirt Kraionable Mr. and Mn' W. II
Py Marian. I. Crn h". DeoutT CUrfcChas. ': the prison from top to bottom !I I j and close friends. to the Teston family. who have'l I Lake onMrs. Ton ."... Itradford (Countv Td.. ralh. If 'I| \ollman 22S W. Madron lUtu
R. Hess. %04 Guaranty Life I I
I Bids.. Jacksonville, FU. just as soon as the prevnt emergency Mr. and Mrs Glenn Shufoid recently lost their mother. an! to : Fran' L'.kes: a eacher.j\ FIt SXI.E-New modern t.. obedKroom | ()K RENT-Desirable, nu-elv furr, .
F' Attys. for P1!. 523; 4t 6'15 is over. I the George Kerseys in the loss e''I fUMS absen frr)'n sihool due to .ai home t,> !>.> built on S. I|i-i >hed oottaife, elec kitchen "soreen
and Mrs. Sam Hicks thj I | : ed I'nd.o..d
spent their youngest son. j I .- tmur..land.1,1) see plans porches. Large >aid
weekend with Mr. Mrs. i t-i-e of m ;"s'S: Mr> Charles: and terms by contacting J. W. : shaded and srarden Adult couple
and Floyd Mr. and Mrs. D. R Stone WPP' Darby of Starke taught for her. I Thomas. Alton ltd, or call 4<>3-J. ': Irs. I.. M Clark, lt I. Uox lift
Martin I Marke.
in Daytona. Ufo (11
business visitors to Live Oak on j tf'h1t'RBF.n
II.'*" fey .Ii.ii;<'r ili;:::iii .
j The D. B Thomas family weieI Monday ||i I'l.ii s 1'or li-:i.!iiiliiiii MAI.K MEM' VT.\NTr.I: )-Tan you I' I
RE-ELECT visiting Mr. and Mrs Lacy Thomas -I I use Era; tu $jO extra each wCsk'l"ulI STAMPS made to order.
I Mr. and Mrs Arnold Vale'1tlJat'ksonville. rorcinllv invited to daters
Evrvonf M : or part tim" -talesman Commission i numberers n..ta.y .....1..
in Groveland on Thursday ofi of and Mr. and M::;'. :of ( n1 'h" tJi'-Mlaureate Servicesthe : and bmius for producer i facsimile' stamps Bradford County
i last week" apply| }th..r Siwirg i Mjthme I". 'I. Telegraph tf
Joe Padgett of Highland spent ?cho-i \iiditoruiin 11f.
:I a
(,Ii 40J: N Marion M. Lake 'ity. Kla I .,< .
Mr and Mrs O .1. Andeis andti 1 Sunday with the Ed Carter family i- i look) und .- M .' 27 Rev Er :. tfchB % PAID 0V SAVISr KET-
:i Billy were shopping in Jacksonv ', Hiivev 'I' J ':hltn.1: wilj brings ecus one r.-d. Lutt- 1 liKlGHTS. FL\-. MEM-KKYSTONK

Carl Prevatt. last Saturday I Mr. and Mrs Mac Tanner Mu in.messag1 II.OST-T..n white face, unmarked ', HER FDIC.

Miss :Marie Prevail spent the June Stalling and Randy Stalling I- ,( !1.( r)"Vi* 'h:. Torrti wil': oet'v : one dUII..lor..d.. Please notify buttheaded.unmarked. :MaurleeI'.arl' '

'! weekend with her mother: at were Sunday guests of M 1. t:. crtiest so .ak! "r -t thr Giadii"Di I :, Jr Siarke tfrhe ; TOBACCO t

1\\ 1 i Farms. :MaxIj f'xerris'tic}; will! ho he).*. ,
.. (. Penney and Mis L. G. Padgett in FOP. II-\T-T..o: h-droora h me on' lUlL INSt R.tNCI-:
FOR I Friends of Mrs. John Brown wilregret II \ille. i:, Tii.'rS'liv; ev'r.'nj;;, May :31 I j! Kin ",I..y Lakf mpletelv fnrn-f I

I|I to hear that she is a patient I Mr an.1Irs.: c. B Hiatt and: The folio :-I? voi.PS: people wil jre j ohed 177 Itv or week cfmtn during t'arlefn tommr.tboos \\11-1. t tsi FASTCLAIM

I in Bradford Hospital. I daughters: visited Mr and Mil. J. eve: thrir Diploma:; at this: : lam-. 101 K: diuns SI :t j '23 simun: ;

L:1; I Mr and Mrs Jark Crawford A. Anderson in Sanford on Sunjdav .i'ieFc'rrn.i: JAin Bradley. I I
.. I i Vn.a Gaskiw, IJctMrve J'orJi Doyle E. CONNER
I had a weekend visitors their son-L i iMr I WHEN IN NEED OF t
Bernice Piiv't: .
in-law and daughter. Mr. and and :Mis Bryant ( :Mrs I and O'.a! 'Ma! I' lli.s Bonn-e June' I J.andscapiol-I.and:: Clearing .
Irwin D. Muse cf Jacksonville [ had as weekend guests Mr

I Mr?. Rav Dorman and sons of 3JP Geraldir.- St t irlm?. GaivI Fill Dirt Paving I I Phone 285 136 W. Call

FROM LJWTCY\ (District 1)) I Miss Charlotte Tainevisited 11 i Jacksonville j I Bennett. Freddie Dinkms, Terrv'nf : i Driveways Peat Humus
I' her patents. Mr anti11'5.. Louelle'Tanner I' Mr. and Mrs Milo Sinitn and Marvin I'ir 'h. .Ino HarUnV. '. Building Sand Oyster l I r.'I': S\J.K: 19--: :
ili'am Pa nsh, R-i: i 1 Perint I riifirol. t .I. '
i last week I Shell MvlHlm** >- ".
children are enjoying a vac'uionih in. with h.-..', r I J'

TO BE VOTED ON COUNTY AT LARGE, MAY 29 I Th> Flem Starlings enjoyed a i f \\ : her parents in -binop. VaI IV.ne J'1r.. Tatum Thompson Donald Carl Testnn Vat OVID LEWIS I S tat-interestedf Krfrni Mllo S<.IK'r Jftp' -. ._.
visit with their son-in-law andjdaughter I j Mrs Lota Green of JacksonvLecame I .
< Herman P'.ngle : \\
i }[r. and Mrs. EdgarCaulev to the home of Mrs Selma' ou3n 336-\V -p""r" MX il 1 v
WJkmv 680 \\ :Madison Phone I w -k "r .Ia\;
EiA'ard anl: C. ">'n I work r;n fn H .i
in Baxle '. Ga from Eunice on Friday and [ arrt 1H 4': t 'h.-rrv- :-1'
evening l
('1. \'in\ or \ \ a. o Mrs Edg.i' !Starke. Ha. J' ;

Thursday until Monday carried her daughter-in-law. Mrs 1 *.\ ,'tmson! havt been confined to /

He Has Served You Mr the and weekend Mrs with Floyd the Panishjspent I Bennett Green and family: home 'n-'r home for th-: part two weak S I Kt'l: liou'-e liKNT= --In.I'ill..t Sixo'>in r!unfurn.shed ..) > lI..m., -, huM BKST T.ttu' IMIK KS II I:
'iwith her for the weekend.
rr.'rkeiMI .id tieaslesDucky 1.0'\(. KXTKIIII
v a : A, "Ioan' C Itihg01it : : IPHIMr -:
Siimners I :MUTOAKRIVXL : "::1-"
Lr: '-.1 of SMrke wi::5 -

Misses Geraldine Starling. Alma I Mi and Mrs Brad Xorton are !jijo," sp'flkei: at 'he) Methodist! ,: HIIOS T.TII.F.R'IlI>> RHPVIIIKII \ ''M.F;s |.AI,VVANTKI> Mu-t I I..

,, and Rem nice PI ivett. Mrs :MelsonPnvett. jthe proud parents of a son. Ed-' Cnurch on 5... rt.iv' 1' All Make All :ModeU. "XI.tll"nq.j>" .Ii.- .Vppll in fcr.'i'n.' :u d i
FaithfullyHe KeasoBHble ebnreen ra raaleedi Xi.kc J- ll'|1.\ ;--TIIII
and Mr and Mrs |
CharlesStarling I ward Charles. born Sundav. May :".'. and11'.i.: 'rr.uh Wrtin- CHI II. f. !Mil:PII Mills 1
weie" shopping in Jacksonville 20 in Bradford County Hospital' wr'ght had as n -ent guest Mi I' -in \\'. > all t. ".ark e I'llil: I

Saturday. I' Mrs Xorton the former Selira Wainwri ht's S'.l.-r. Mis Alit.e ,I, pop \LR-Vew ,1 x i) x 16 (rfn I'd 'It I"AJ.t-T. r"'plo"'il.I.. .

Mr and Mrs Ernest Williamsn Eunice and son are doing nied ly.[ I-angford. of Lake Batlei. andf L 4 crete block. IS ("ement $1.50 "!JaR''' liiinKalow All ..I"innine r
I i per bag. Mortar Mix $130 per Snail! d'i" n ,. '
1 !sonS" I>onnie. of Wellborn. Miss Arthunne Blanchard: > Jack Wainwnght m3: :Mis.Carol: l bair Hr-df"rtl Engineering Co "n.'p lik- rent with 10" .

w"<'n> weekend guests "f the H I<* j i ksonville spent Satui nay r.ight ar'Oof Waycicss Ga. I ...."..* 04 !;;'"rkp tf ___Vlr_ _!. VV. H Xollman r.P, I

Is The Choice Of TheLawtey Priests I and Sunday with the A. M Bla'i- ''FOR, PPN.-T- TRI l.. <1ri, n r
Miss Gloria Wilkerson. Chai'ie.Piul t. chard family. It\NK: 1101.11)V j fiiini"h. l.. rK". u'llitv, rof>m. !, ilified, ti., laundry f.". I II n. l,
I ar p'irt. pnvi' \.ird Inquire "l'rii-s reT>*.ri,il.l-
and Freddie Wilkerson e i-j I Mrs :Iae'el1s w.is shopi-mg The Florida Bank a* Starke'I, ttlit f.. irowne: .- ( Apt 2). harm]...- 4.< W. I'.n I' :Mr::, I J.J jr i I.I'

lowl 1 an outing at JacksonvilleB ; in Jacksonville! on Thursday : will not be open ior business next: ,* 2tp 52't

District ,-ii: 'h last Sunday j Terry Futch spent the weekend: : Wednesday. :Ma,10, Memorial I jI'P.:; T.\ TI'\I. \RXINttS; I.'' sir IrfxT-4.trag.. .

Mis-> Gloria Anderson and her I! in Jacksonville with his uncle andI Day for Veterans of All Wars a ,\\ OPPfiUTfVITV a lifetime frI I I.ill, dr..II, :ti,-I i I.,.Hi. I I'l.1))! III l I.)I .I ,'
i imn who n..d extra rah P. : -> !' < n ,' hit, In
indparents. Mr and Mrs. D. GWilkerson I. i I aunt. Mr and Mrs G \\'. Dur- legal holiday in FNridi your own li.,,- ('hlo"<:e \'.ur >."'nhour 02 \\', Madi-on n .VI: VI,1 i i.. '
:-1 t I' I IV '. ,
I .
were weekend quests i ham. :Mrs Durham brought him: --. Full or part turn T.. in .

of :Mr and Mrs D J Ballentinein I hoTv on Sun a\' Afternoon and MKMOKIXL: I) IV ( I.lXsMost : trodu. .the >>en<.ati.nal f..od and ': for' 1.1. JlftI'sn. Fr,|. h'h. '', '.
tllup-!>a\"lf.K TI'PPKUWAltK'; two V, ," ...,. _.lui. .
Where Jacksonville: I visited her sister Miss Elizabeth Starke business housesi the only pr'jduct with 100 per cent y. '. ".,... IS W' Rrar.n. I, "., ": ,.
Both Candidates Live public acceptance Sold In 4Stat. .rm, p.afori[ ]. }'i
The Ed '. i
Durban family. :.fi'S.! TerrI \ i I will be closed all Wednesday. .. ': %('.060 detlcr". In Stark- j :

I inn McGumn of Lake Butler I I Miss Debbie Phillip;* of :\ \' lie May 30. National :Memorial Davj '.n Thur'davVritt- for in'fxifU -- -_

an.lIr: and :Mrs Raymond; Wi ii- J, spent Sunday aftermi.ith" :Mrs. This holiday was placed on the Vat (;alltz. lit u thorn". FlaHKNTS ltpI \1In: (' t 111.F. RI lI.Ilt." I"

hams of Jacksonville spent Sun- Joyce Futch. I approved list by the Chamber off "TUIIH:

daat Kmgeley/ Lake. i I IMr I :Mr and :MM Wilbur Dell Commerce for the firs time; this 'r..n niereanllle bulldlneo
..... now
and :Mrs James Kelly andi,i Green Cove Springs were weekend > | year III.>TSluo Itt'l .upl... and earning Bic, ?
FIRST PRIMARY I tura ?? !??..,,??? f,1 ;
Prevatt 442 Mrs Lmnie' Kelly of Jacksonville I! guests of MrsV P. Kemp bed room h..u..r at I.."..., a rr.M.n.bie prie,. .11' "
=pent Sunday with the Roy Gri f- Jr.. and Mrs Susie Prevail I I II *!'..10 per month.Two .
fis family. IMr. } O J. Phillips: wa; a tumes.isitor ; ,/. C. T. U.( I bed room houoe OB khure of FLORIDA REALTY CO.

LAWTEY His Second Primary anj Mrs Willie Grubbs of \. to JacK .invile! on Satur- I "THE CIIMNS: OF TilE DUINKHBIT : j Hlnci.(Ml..> I....... fur oionlk of JuneSIM ; Of Starke

:Sarasota: were weekend guests i fiMr. davl 4Gur .Sadie.... W. B.
Opponent 181 : and Mrs Frank Mr and Mrs A. J. Thonaa
\ Cruce and l Floyd Wiggins Off| LIGHT TO BE FELT I'NTIL FLORIDA REALTY CO.

family. | New River called! on the T.oy | THEY ARE TOO STRONG TO BE Of Starke 353 T..I.n. Tele,,... 383

t Bob Adkir.s of Chiefland visited 1 Bennetts Sunday 1'fernoon I BROKEN. I <(.uy .%ndrew., U.. B. .rrJ. Stark., Florida

! (I'd. Pwl.d,.) he Wmton Parnshes on Thurs- '' Mr andfrs O T FhUlij/s and ( E\\\VTOV: PRESS, Templer.\. J. TkonaMMS Tel 3.'u3

\ f.unali i ;'teJ their diughter-in- I Illinois). albton'l tarke. lurida H'l 1: .
dayT. l S1.F: "" (!'..-.I ,.
,:, !.e. nat: P: .a::- attended 1 ;aw Mri'T! !-v' Pti :11,): m .1 II F .f r,__ iI..ml"r J.r. fl"',

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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph ,

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M'VKHU tlumu.nau \Y. M\Y 2.:,. I'J.Vi;


J C Hobbs and Elementary Playrioand made for trps t" 1.,-

{ MAGNIFICENT ANTIQUEButWIlltPutOutAFire 'r Summer Program For County Students Director J. B. Dick will pi'i! outside: of S: .I :1.
j cork with the : .
i- team sports .iteruls: : used by d: : ',
where needed. Coach Hobbs plans .,vtem.x for home ;.-.,
? J1-! Ready To Start Here On June 4th rtening basketball sessions for Till 11':.,,; Sunmlt'! !t' .
4 L; -2hi hoot participants in lot i ,>; "' week.j i j'\ !

.... ,. :: .' ,tl o t,' h '" Tom Casey. Assistant Principal i'! F'I.I\.I.: '. :r. TI": -, : "
i I' 01.,". 'in .> iteiH> idle relerh of ;No. one m-imiMi, wiles new _>.> ,; -t Til'liiadluld! .I ('..:,ti't S'ln! :'.('! t I" ,!r :'1'1:1! : : f,, :.."'. ,lUiet 't'' BUS is currently working on 1'>r el I;:. ',: \i- stti.l..1:; :
back '
the u ?as
\ -.ute in dealers for Its tt:>lindfi. 10.Vhor.Sfji 1'f..gram for school dlda'n'll! ..utiMiie.s' that the ( h !oIff'nnU d program to include the high : 'on: :;,o .t '!' to i ;J' .' L
i:< 'fii'tid County as many j ', -j hot become exhausted. school I areM.x a-: c\:.'\tt\i : '
i-.i fanciers will attest, i motor anymore either he IM'I'" ar operate daily Monday through Friday students in the Summer "
Antique 1 Story-telling reading art-work tm :ti.! '.i:,1; i il. ': alii I'
tint this week The Telegraph un- since there are few vehicleon ? !h' -- beginning June 4. according i i iin I ;, Program with activities to be con- !
today's roads powered l h>\ i iI 6 films:! knitting, and similar a. h\'i- :ducted In the e'enineseparatel.\' turthet information 1 IP-: t
t hid what we believe to be a school officials. The ,
I. I' summer
I inch pistons. An American L. ,: ties will be under the general ducrliun '- from; elementary activities Details invited .u contact I. I H! ; -
,, .
: getll.Ave: Frame representative visa !It ":'I'.fF' \ M program us a part of the Minimum of Mis'- Florence Jennings, of the program will bo announced Mrs R. .. Demo'', -' .- t 1

made our discovery under!|] Staike not too long ago did -a-. r Foundation Law for school chil- Mrs Verna Demorest and Mr,. when completed.Tranxport.ition building c phone git! I
t MI muses of practically everyone, : I ilien The intent of the Cleo Andrews
I however that that firm's od! may program And IVfTianrportation
1.HI, light in the middle of theSinkf shiner might be re-activated to 1; to provide certain enrichment M C. Thompson. P.IIS Band Dir- will be providedfrom SOTH'K OP I\TI.NIIIINX' I.,
I nccl"TER FUTtuot.iMI
: File Depaitment. produce enough parts for an ovei- .. !md recreational activities which utor. will be in charge of music. the I'SO Center t.. Camp )th.(' I' li*"nl' .. '
Thus magnificent antique site ; .if not usually found in the I'lajsriiuinl AithiticsI'.axU.all under ignd. und I -
haul for about $1,000'! .-I regu- ,Blalltlin/{ for swimming instrllc.ton.Students ft ,'11.1111"* ->|1','ii 5', I. .' I
there quietly on its oversize l..r: classroom. Coordinator L. 11. Ittl.ethdllEquipment .' ". '
I Cause For \\orrj .7 from other county schools \ tof 1MI. Will -: .
haun he<- day after day month ibson: f, ated that it is not a around the USO Cen ( Ptcrk of the r.rcu.t! : I
The he i.' who wish to participate the ,
antique, pointed out, I"f :::-' in t..r Bradford '"ountx, *- .'
after month year after year and Miinmer school to make failed tei'' is currently being .
rejuvenatedtor .
up '
by far the more powerful piece of program should contact their ulu CJ"'" n.tipt o: ,"
isn t even given a second glance equipment. Its Class .\ pumptheoretically > .."..- '4Starke subjects nor altogether a play I i I use by the elementary chit .principal. No fees will he charged, cation of of Credit this not.eaname Pur..'. .' ,...'' !..." '.
bv the average passer-by. ""'.. '" _- :'jrogram but rather a series of dren Shuffleboard ..
hopsl'otch.'rope ..
capable of delivering ""'1' generally. The lunch program cost Kl ridi. under whichI' ; ..
Its gleaming brass fittings ,i 750 gallons of water per minute t Iwholl'some learning experiences ,' dauh. rope luider horse- \\ III be :"X) cents per lunch pavableveeklv ..I I in 1':n:--mat I 1'1 I t .'

mellow-polished redness, Victorian I' lO:! pounds per square inch o( rat fireman Harold Kml keeps a stead\ing hand on the woodin rimed at preventing juvenile de s' C$. quoits. hal.im'e walk and i 1 !If ,I sufficient number aim .-;..-k.] .1.FlaW Tr -i':.> \\ :

hardware, and high black leather :''I pi es.-ure.' is what keeps local fire ',, steering wheel of the (it>''" :JO-)....artlhlnwr t'an taPrance fire linquency. ; mam other'! gamewill li<. pnu.ilnl ; up with I the Staike Elementary \ ,.:.,'.. .i r H.' : ;:. L1r :
seat; go unnoticed -- even at' sil'miu Th. hasi-ball |pr"'" ;!a0 .\ 'r i bfi.ndei ..Nih.i.i; ,uu *. l.i; .
insurance rates down. 1! engine; as i'hirf l>. \V. (arienter| chic Ks sjM-edomctcr for the ;? n in. c to 1" "\'l.It' foim .! -' .: \ ,
file.For I i i Even though the old wagon was Telegrajili. .hutujrapl..r. The dignified old truck has traclil. an indicated J. C. Hobbs a qualified Led! : the ;;'nl'l i il din. t IIi i ?:' ph.iAi u; :iu s ',.h/ 'i l1'- 'I.---I ,

alas the municipal museum I i used only four times this winter ',, ) 1:00 road miles since its was first .put into !ser\he' here. Cross Swimming Instructor, wPbe : I't.I. H LeniKud r.":;jstt'' 1' "i;,ol I II.. Mi:" .. t.o'I" ''' ':' d. I .
jne< e doe.sn't go to fires an}"moie. it started and in charge of the in'llul'tllll1 .
|I daily j .
is polished -- .
Pire Hall i. 1 16( old. '
the "
in jcars '
It's not that the 30-year-old I run regularly, and kept in a.0' It. companion miming program. The teat h- : : : : ._. '. -. .", .. : -_. : ...,.. --- --- _-.-" '_:-=:': -= ::;:=::::'':;
behemoth couldn't go it's just good! repair as possible in anticipation -I I ms will follow the assembly line
that out of respect for its advanced of the disaster for which I but with those brakes the old hope will quicken. the heart of : technique of acquiring: the net exsi The Newest In Seat Cover Styling! For Your New Car Interior

age the city's firemen they know it is inadequate, and :' tires anti the motor in the shape some antique collector who leads ry skills. Students will be assigned .
prefer to use its only slightly obsolescent at which it will be all the firemen it's in I'm afraid to drive it over it"I according fo ability Swimmers -
16-yaer-old cousin which I 1 I j have in reserve 35 and I'd only go that fastif \\Iil give it to any man whocan will meet at the USO limliliing CLEAR PLASTIC .
is safer if not spryer. Chief clambered the load was clear for quite a' persuade the City Council to : to leave at 8:30:! am b\ s'h..1 l lihus
I Carpenter up i| distance ahead." buy a new one", he said. for .
Age And Heauty : behind the engine's right-hand i, I ': Camp Blanding They '\ ill
I'lilibhing a flyspeck from one I steering wheel moved the huge iI i Gleaming as if it were btand- Here, then, is a genuine collec- return about 11:30 amNonSwimmers. '

of its glittering brass bulb-and- I outside shift lever to put it in' new. the strictly convertible wind- tor's item magnificently main- AUTO SEAT COVERS"SUREFIT"

ipflertor headlamps Chief DV.. neutral and kicked in its 6-volt I shieldless truck measured :22! feet tained, breathtakingly beautiful | Students who are not pal tn .p.r
Carpenter reminisced a bit about I electrical system with running- in its 156-inch wheelbase, carried in wonderful condition for its age tag in the nwimming progiam; ma-
the good old days and said that id-mounted batteiies. i 3.0 gallons of water l.fiOO pounds j i except that its just too old I meet at the USO Center foi s,he.
the venerable engine has apparently I It still Kuns I' of hose 2S gallons of gas (enough j for its world waiting for an I;doled activities in music.. hbitij r < Custom Tailored to Your

found a good and peimanenthome After several tries a deafening :, for about 100 miles, ."5 gallons o: appieciator. j activities arts and oiaftf, andlpt'I''ied
in the hearts of the people j j coughing roar followed billowing oil in its crankcase, and 11 gallon | The Staike fire truck has served -: play programs 111.1001an.1 Individual Car
of Staike. though he expressed !I| clouds of brackish smoke from its of water in the radiator. The' its owners far more faithfullythan outdoois. An additionalfeat-" 345 by Experts

some doubt as to its ability to straight-through unmuffled tail- front tires were inflated to 100' :i they had any right to expert ure for this year will be Ih'amat.f'un.lt"r .

keep the benefactors' hearts un- pipe and a110\ tons began to pounds the rear to 110. for the last 30: years morethan the direction of Mr Ov<" CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

si-orched should an emergencyever shake convulsively. The chain Looking only slightly Judicious :, earning its right to letiie. turf County Speech Correi'tioni.xt I
arise.The drive to the rear wheels made an alongside of a ';6 model car The USO daily program will begin
rotting 9-year-old tires on odd clicking sound as it moved parked outside its ancestral home ;( It belongs both by leason of I lat 8:30 am. The afternoon program I I Tn.IHO SEAT CON ERSITHOLSTERIN'

which the ancient pumper presently majestically out into the sun to: the Beautiful Piece Of Machinery om need for protection and, its [ will be the same e.xsentialh i, [ (.

l tests, he explained, are not be photographed. settled perceptibly with a dignified -. value as a collector's item, in i ias the morning so that the 5\\1111.1| Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

manufactured anymore -- the demand The Chief wrestled it into position -, sigh as the outsize flywheel some protective museum. nuns: students may also paitu .-
for 40x8 and 38x7 replacements with no-power steering and behind its belching low compression 1 .
having long ago disappeared applied the two-wheel mechanical engine came to rest. I .

with the disappearanceof brakes. "These would go 60 or When it was built. Carpenter

the wooden artillery wheels on 6.r when the were new," he said I explained engineers: depended on I DEMOCRATIC

momentum and flywheels to develop -
power an excellent system SAMPLE PRIMARY
as long as the truck stays on theopen BALLOTMAY
Own Your
road, from dirt and
HOME away
: 29. 19.fiKRADFORD ; /
I sand wheie traction is no prob-

old\ truck cost $12.r>00 when

nl'ht' stated, estimating that i NO. 2

BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc. i j new equipment today would of equivalent cost the city'capacity ,

approximately $17.000. He added 1 TO VOTE for
a whose is
person name printed the mark
on ballot
( ) the
square at the EIGHT: of
that most insurance men and name--of thE
I for hom
Will Build You A HOME On Your Lot I II underwriters regard a fire truck II person you desire: to vote. EXCEPT FOR DELEGATES in which caiyou mark a cross X mark in the! circle only.

as obsolete after it attains the
Want A lire Truck? : PRIMARY 1JALLOTPlace
2 The Chief then made the un- ; COMMISSIONER
BED ROOM $1,595.00 official offer that prompted this, DISTRICT NO. 1 an (X.) in the circle at t h. ) of L'STES' rE'p:\l'J\ EI)

,I story and picture, and that we :, the column of the group of delegates for for PresidentDELEGATESATLARGE
3 BED ROOM (Vote for One) whom wish to
$2,095.00 I I '. you vote.

I"vVYVVv..m..".".. HAROLD K. NORMAN I I O.

Houses are Completed on Outside with -- .-_ CANDIDATESPREFERRING
Flooring and All I LONG BRIDGE :
I It I
Partition Studding on Inside Only AND NEW RIVER II I CARL PREVATT


SMITH DEVOE PHONE 410-J aMr. NO. FIVE For President 1 ED R.Organizing BENTLEY Chairman .

and Mrs. Clarence Adkins (Vote for One
Tampa ) H. C. BRAMELL
-- Quincy -- Perry of Sarasota visited Mr. and Mrs. I O .
i Albert Moody Saturday evening. WILLIAM M. BERSON


I this week with her sister. -- -' 1'I'. DANESE

on Hood 100 i Mrs Jeff perry, in Hampton.Mrs. FLOYDVIGGLNS I r DOYLE E. CARLTON, JAMES M. GREENE
Organizing Chairman
has been
I Perry sick re-
If you cannot come see :Model Call us at East 35317 JOHN F. LANAHANG.
Collect, or write and our representative; will call on cently. MILLARD F. CALDWELL
you. Weekend visitors at the homeof B. (GABBY) KNOWLES, SR.

r Were Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moody COUNTY: BOARD MEMBER,
of Lake Wales and Mrs. Fronie RESIDENCE; DISTRICT ,
Why gamble? Moody of Auburndale. O. B. Moody BILL, LANTAFF ANGUS SUMNER:
has been sick for several (Vote for One. ) SADIE C. BETTS

weeks, but is feeling better now. W. TURNER DAVIS DOROTHY E.
This time make sUre!
Our sympathy goes out to all J. E. BROWN
the Merritt
family upon the death .
the of tilts Bennie Merritt of St. ELMINA: CREWS:
Petersburg last Friday. Those attending F. DALLAS

Gas Water Heater the funeral Monday were i IRVING KLEPPER NONA B. GOODE
Quality Miss Ida Merritt Mrs. Nan Mood -
I: } and son, Ralph :Merritt.: and FRANCIS ANTHONY BENEDETTO

with i Mr and Mrs. James I PAUL E. VIRGINIA FOLEY MILLflR:
:, Mis:: Eunice Moody ESTELLE MURER

A &ti |: Clyde. visited her grandparents i iMr i IRVING CYPEN PEGGIE GUY RODRIGUEZ; '
and Mis. Jim Adkins of
Himpton last Fridayi ,
oqYM \' ;i :: and :Mrs.: were Bobbie visiting Crews her ofJacksonville I MRS J. D. ALDERMAN MARTHA: VAN PETTEN

I .
un.ldIi"s Winnie Bloom ....entl! .

QUALITY FEATURES FOR lONG-LIfE, SURE VALUE: I i, sitter i| MRS. F. ELGIN BAYLESs" Eighth Congressional I District
I ah'. and Mrs. Earl of'
1. Choice of glass or bonded-zinc lining protected PHILIP BARTON:
by warrantee! Palatka were guests of Mr. and I LILLIAN. LOPEZ
Mrs:: Seeber Moody Thursday MYRTIE G.
All connections uvldtii.! No "screwed-in" to
2. pipes
MRS. C. J.
invite spot corrosion! : through Saturday of last week. (PAT) HARDEE, JR.

orrto, report that Henry ,
3. All tanks, individually tested, controls tested times! MRS. JOHN 1[. PHILLIPS NATIONAL
Oibson the
.Iris a patient in COMMITTEEMAN
Outside enameled injjde and out to halt rust!
4. jackets
Veterans Hospital at Lake City.He .j :MRS. JOHN MADIGAN., JR. (Vote for One)
5. Dust free base! \ is there for a back operation.More .
About Coral :Snakes I MRS. FRANK X. CARROLL, JR.
Since we had a visit from a |
-r. coral snake last week we have R | RUBY MoCHESNEY1IRS _

report of others being killed in i I MILDRED TAYLOR FELLER RICHARD D. BARBER I

our section. One of our neighbors: i)

vutOM. HC-GM..--WATER.--.--.MATES----. ----... ....--...--.-_-...."......--- read an article in a magazine FRANK S. CAXXO\-\ ,
4I tJ these snakes and their de-I.I.at.out
h'lIption. May I pass this on to DISTRICT DELEGATES
readers? Seems if the JERRY W. CARTEl: ,
$6.00 Down $6.00 Per I you as
-- I' i Eighth Congressional DistrictBENMONT :
garter snake and the coral snakeare
Month for 16 Months J hard to tell apart. The coral TENCH. JR. JOSEPH T. McDONALD I I iI

snake i is colored red and yellow I .

around the body and the rings i JULIA B. MAIXES
20 GALLON WATER HEATER must touch or it isn't a coral I

'smke This snake is deadly and NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN

,j known to bring swift death as I (Vote for One
Free Hook-up to Gas up to 15 ft. of Tubing I the venom paralyzes the nerve )

centers They are a small snake
t and grow to be two or three feet I :\ GEORGE DEWEY ADAIR I I IJRS. I
I long !


TilE RIGHT POINT far the :

Starke, Florida way you write. Come in and !s<-- FRANCES: LOVELACE I I
| lect your favorite ESTEIiBBQOK i
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-- -- BRADFORD COUXTV TELEGRAPH. STAKKE._.-n.. _Fl/imn_. .. ..

I ----- -_ __- KII\V, )1\\" r. !19.1]; i I
tpprar: slate of Florida Tot h .. !
liuitn Edward Dean whose res- l'33'm .nd address I iEat i-; II nrrrriptiin'Lot ;. T. n.t'r.. II
I 32n } .
Home UK me and addie is2409: : North ,,1'alifoinia. stne', (.lakland, 9 of Elk 9 I in ?*"itr Tn'r. Drvrrriptlon %d.' R. Vrre, Ow. I
Demonstration lli.u.ird Strt-rt E W IIa ?aLVe E. & Charles rr T'nu '
Philadelphia Ivun. You i I ) es S. D
T? I You are required to appear 4Ult are hereby notified that a I J. Clark 1.5; L," 5 of lik l in
r on forDivorce
Notesby ..Inin11 I. IS;.;, III the ahove named ;'Lots 7 Thru 14 of Sunny Acres S, D _..t:1 Stt I
# ( ,, Blk L t 9 of Blk 2 I ,
iiiiit' .1 ml iaucA.vh<*i.-in plaintiffvftks 4 ".f EV; in -
divon.-. <'ai- ('u-t".y. and naa been filed against you in the i i!::!} "s :t; D SunnAcres SDAll All/ert ,
"ntr,1 1 of minor mu Id ten. above named Court and cause and I Jack Hazen ::. o l \\ L, of Blk 5 Tjt' n !
1 Dradford County Telegraph shall you are required to serve a copy cf I tofR4tVLlIf
DOROTHY ROSS publish this Order in next four j your answer or pleading to the Carl Johns W Line of I
-kg) weekly Issues. complaint on the Plalntlft'pt Tax, Collector -NEU; of SW I
Home Demonstration Agent | \Vitii-- my hand and official .\ '"rn.. I.i.u1T Raii-i.m, 31ii C.ty of Starke, Florida Temples S D 21 6 22 I

I .19JS.pal:; at Stark--: Florida this May ", \I'l-.ft.'.mnal}Flor.da Huiidiiig: Jaikfonille 4S 4t 4f5: L t6.I 7 of ilk 20Lot 5 1: If: )< :: ,: ,',y : j j
111 x-H'nt :S, D
OFFICIAL SEAL) j'I and fire the original !n the office of NOTICE \\ :1.1 .. :M.,,. 1
Masticurk I adequate lighting icquires genera.1;II Charles A. Darbv. 1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court OD ,'Id"otice Is hereby given that the following: described lands I & 2: of Ilk i'oAt:: ,.. J
before viII be
:Meinbeis nt the State Farm I As Clerk or the public auction on the 31st 24 In X.r.e
lighting and of said
specific Court. day of o
th Iay.
light 1956
Club aiteijojing a raft that is I sc seeing task t0 avoid the constant t Martin J. Pea I. 21)6) Smith Building otherwise the alienations of nit I h..rdn set opposite to the same. together pay with the aU amount due for taxes I L..t :2 of IJlk 1 in 1.:1' f : : >
Comolamt and costs ot such sale
will te I .
JacksonvIlle taken advertil'JnC_
new 'u them woiking with plas- : ) e adjustment when looking,' \ Florida >d by you as ccnfeBn 'lah.lgan s, D EX I

tn 0,0111.1 type Mrs. Millie Hitch- from a brightly lighted task tc L) ----- 5/11 4t 6.'1MTIHF I 1, This notice shall be published 1! U..ri'.li..n ". T. n. \eN'" (h".r ... Lot R;AV 3 of Pik :2 in :cir::: in gx : : 1 I
T. :
<- 1'0 Clrralt (Court Ilradfard Cvuaty in the Bradford County Tele 5. 6 of Blk 5 of Blk 2 inLot Levy I. .. -, I
I I i : : c
has been instructing the lighting also tequiies the correct 'Vlurldm la Cham-erf. graph. III Town of t ahagan S D
and when J.AIar' >' iil.; -n Fox I'iaintiff.s I I lut.d this 9 da>' 'f May, ;t3. I New River 23-21 6 20 11 of Blk NVla Ii.rI''J .
member, they get a I size and type of bulb shaded' F. i'ox, ttfiidant. Mit"ii !- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Uaroy I! Lots J3. 14 of iint Mason Thomas 1 .39 Cahagan S DLot 3 in 6

little more experienced, they in- against glare and the correct t !I Case N'a 10-nno I Clerk of the Circuit Court 21 in Town or 13 of Rlk 3 in lola !.i"::* .
I IiMarian i XcIUwr : ;
lend to make more complicatedjrnamen's placing Of lamps.Inadequate \ulh-e To Appear I L. Crosby Deputy fi;/ 4t ClerkI 6.1 Iof SW'.. ot:!3-21 6 20 P.. C. Baldree 2.43 I Gahagan SID Sans.fl
I Co5mm .
at XW W
To Milt Cor
'm F. Fur. whosp re--! X\\'I. ofBik .te : 5
( I lighting causes eyestrain dune and adilif-s i,: 509 24th; !1 0 I I(1: or t -PUTIOOft i iI :24 6 20 10 Queen EstaUantling 2 S of R 2

Those making articles are Mrs. headaches and nervousness -. Mit-et, Xtuimrt News, A'irginia. I T\\ VKKD ,.' Lot 3 EX 15.7 A to 4.71 E & Run S 60
i ft for
Frances Shealy, a lamp11'5.; The amount of light needed 1 j I suit You are fur DIMM hereby re'nan notified that a I I Xotii lou.t11111 .\o. ISii: I I I. tE'Ernest of Edwards X Run E 60 A ft POB., :3
e is hereby that of
Louie \\'amwright. book ends; depends on the task to be done been. filed against you In the .niount the holder given of the following I'.arll]I Lot 4&Lot&.. ;50 ft. W 60 ft.
Mrs A. C. Eelche. Mrs. H. J. For painstaking WOl k as sewing i above named Court and cause and I ,I certificates has filidaid .'..rtifi-j] SI! of Lot 6 'I i in Oft to POP-
you are 1 20 SiD
required to serve .'at's for 155
a copy of a tax deed to be Issued Bigham Enter-
Kucera and Mrs. Rossier, button reading or at least your answer : N :,4 IXRW! 21 6
writing a or pleadIng to the com- thereon. The of Lots prices lne. 2J
certificate H7.7
numbers 7. .
plaint on the !1 S. I Lot lying in Ea!: 1:,:. 'I .
boxed. 100 watt bulb is needed in the (Gr.'ui & l.'ietn Plaintiff's, Staike Attorney I and > ears of issuance the Florida of the EX
Salad supper fur Summertime l lamp. For ceiling fixtures in kitchen :- {and file the original In the office of !I in whi.h it property was assessed and tiie are names as I A in SW Cor 1/3 7 SE Sby5Oft, IDA ft x &

Here's Salad even Ithe Clerk of the Circuit Court : follows 'l 20 317 Bigham Enterprises E&
a Supper dining room and living or before on I : AV as P.M
I in
the 11 day of June Certificate No. Ine. 126.51
the men folks will go for- and I ; room use a 150 watt bulb. I,1936 said ; otherwise the allegation of d I I 1954. 22. Year of Issuance -I i X!. of f\\... ot HO Bk: 71 Pg
it is a teal tieat! I I Freedom from glare is another 'confessed Complaint by will be taken ail I I )Pesi'upturn of Property N\V'J of I SW EX C ;3 A 8 1 %0 213 :2! 6 ;! Frank AV.-J ._
you. 17 ;
I I :\Vt, of XH',. Sec. 34, T. 5 S. R. 22:: Bigham E.uter-
tuna This Lots
Menu Cold salmon or requisite for good lighting. Shade notice shall be published H j I 1::. 10 acres. I J. :f. 10. 11 ot prishe.. 26.4 I Com at SW Cor

plate. ucumber dressing sliced I I all lamp bulbs. Glare and shadows L- tire once weeks each week In for five consecu- I Name in which assessed: Unknown City Uk 4 In Ward of XWi4 of SW 4
I the Bradford I I11 Run E
County .\ of said 8 460 ft. N
property being in the 1"0
tomatoes crackers oleo or educed the of |Telegraph. r; uf -
crisp are by use County of Bradford State of Flor I 111. 1 in G. H Parker SL..t 230 ft. E 100 ft
butter milk or iced tea pecan diffusing bowls under the shades 1 1'atcd th.3; d..y (.f May l'O;, ida. I \Vard City 8 for I>OR. X 200
[: i ( Lots 1
SEAL) Charles"A. Darby 1'iile-s J. 4 of Blk 18 Mrs. L. \. Green 5.27 ft. 150 ft. S
peaih desseit. j of lamps They diffuse the light ,! Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 I fi, airs shall lIch be certificate redeemed or cl'rtJi i Lob.n tVard City i 1 200 ft. W 50 ft.
salmon By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy according OJ. b. ", S 20 Guy Harrell .,39! to PUll
of ,
Method Place drained through the. whole area of the Clerk I to law the property described in 'I IIk ;?u 22 6 ", Horace
5:1 4t in:1I'd B..1t at SW Cor of C- : -rt
IJ 6,1oricB I -iuh i. .
bed of lettuce. Arrange and certificate or certificates will City j
or tuna on a bowl thus softening the light I NW'1 of SW
be sold to the highest bidder at SEI.. 8 7 &
\ the of 20
tomatoes around fish. making it easy on the eyes. In !. Circuit lit, ArrEtn. 'court house door on the first Mon >:1- :I 1 20 J. W. Thomas .,.:;, Run K along iSec .

Prepare dressing by mixing tone case of ceiling fixtures usingbare Florida la (rhaaeerr-'hart. Bradford Cuor(Y. "l i-day the in 4 month day of of June 1516, which I, X11I4' uf S\\'; Sr 40 Evelyn Thomas F.'I. for POR.Line 560 N 200 i ft
June 1956.
lll.lert SB4
I vf
tablespoon lime juice In one bulbs use the protectedbulbs !M-. Of'rotldln.Krainis.i Mane Mrickland.) Plaintiff, Dated this K day of May, 1DJ6. I \vm: of X\P NtVi1, cf" 200 f'. K ft 50 ft. S
Struklaiid Di-- to 14 Sec
sour cream. Add one-half that for thus 'ft-ndant. ) I SEa Line
cup are purpose. Charles A. \\'' b 1 W along 14

teaspoon pepper and one tea- One type is silver on the bottom I" Aotlre To AppMiri Cate .Vo. 10-J3J3 I I. Clerk of Circuit Darby Court of Brad i :cE'4: of X NE'1 of' S'l'J of :0 lOti C. P. Padgett S.5I p to Sec POP line 50 ft

spoon sugar and a pinch of dried I another is mushroom shaped and |i I To' Craldin :Man Strickland. I ford County, Florida.5/11 4t 6/1 I I I 37() JJ L'k .2- Beg at XW Cor of 23 G 2! Levy l.f'r.n, n ._..17

dill. Peel and grate coarsely one .vellow on the bottom. They throw One L'mt ill 16 1 20 AVU" of SW%,
I I SE Cot 1 J. 'W. Thomas %.97 Run E 250 ft
cucumber. Fold into cream mixture the light to the ceiling and it is : Notice is hereby :NOTICE i I ot he Nif Ia z of Lot 1 W I for POB. N 100

Keep very cold until serving reflected throughout the room. I lsuik-cold Public auction given.n the ahthe of following Bribed lands will be : Wit). H3:;:UO ft ft C & ft.100 W 50 ft. S
June 1956 011 ft. E
the at City Hall City of x 50 ft
time. Lamp shades should be wide County of Bradford State of lorida End A: ;;4 ft I to POB
i I for Taxes to pay the amount due I on S End 2% C 22
For the dessert simply open :a and flaring to permit wider distribution -j such ale and! advertises. to the Same, toeethher with all costs of ,\11 Xt.i4 of Ii 1 to Charity Williams .. 3.0(1 S s.\ of E% of 'y. B. Hendirsm : "..
I M-i
., : ; of
____ _______ X of I S\\Yt of
( hilled can' of free stone peaches. of light. For table ID 22 SAV 14 i.
i 1).ril.lI..u, ">. \ of XEl 1 19 Harvey Gseen 7.:1": G 22 3 *.
Drain. Fill the center with sevl lamps a shade 14 to 16 inches in 1'. It. .l< rc* (inner ,,,.... 1 IS .Of S\\' ot i1 i iOI si L. C. Clemons :0.2J All Ei4 X of XAVTW: Rg of R. Randolph '. i7

eral toasted pecans and a spoon diameter at the bottom is recommended -j( Lot l"landmgD I of Blk B in C. L. Wise 2.62 I %Nv14 25 5 Lot TVE14 1 of Elk of U in 24 6 22 19 Edward P.icksC. :
.1 14
l'nolit-ide.1 Mrs. John T. Kirk 40.30 .9
full of frozen terries (any kind). Shade linings shouldbe II AV 90 ft of N 103 ft in S\\'! ot Sji Jnt Lots 5 S/D L.
of I-I I A 7 of Blk tV1eBianding .
4 flf"I.. &
Garnish with whipped cream white for maximum reflectionof : All 5fi. of It in Orig Townof 5 7
:' E"1 $
I i "f Mill! I W % E of
Serve at once while cold. Simple light. and better yet if the Fxr 40 ft 28 6 22 Eugene Hunt.ra 3.62: Id & All SE'Hard Stark -Mrs
I I of W. r
itn't it ? shade itself is slightly transparent -n\4 of! of SVi J.I.. ofxw>,; 27 F. J. Shaw 2.62: I I Hard IWt Jd W' ot Com 210 ft F.t al""Ii1I 14::
6 Ex
I 22
Other Meal Suggestions II shade. Beg at that XE C..r of
as a white or ivory N\v Cor of Part X uf r.r Broad-
Cold cuts and potato salad I Shades and bulbs should be \y$, rs\v'i. nun ., I I1 & Ex W 25 ft Hd way & Hoyt Sts
| K 2iO ft for Pol!. : I: of XE' %$ Ii 21 'jij W. H. Wainwright %8.14 & Run N 105 ft.
with plenty of sandwich fixings' dusted often because dust will at- X 100 ft. W 50 ft. XEI of R 5!'!: ft. S 105

for youngsters is always a favorite -' soib s huh ft. K 50 ft I 10 Ii !1 20 1I. J. Thomas 'LI 1% W52fttopoB 23 6 22 8 CI'deY.
light. to POD W. B. Henderson S Lot 2 '-jlson ., ,
I 23 6 22 4.S2 nf SE4 of Elk 1 of .. '
When bulbs turn dark with age. : lies at MV 'or of All S\\I, t nf 13 S zi 40 Doris Dell Etal 1!.::19 1wii T & COS SID Elizabeth "

For a t'iU, quick-energy pick discard them. For instance, a I," M\ 'i of M\i *. 1 River & All Wi3! 1lrCor ASI .
Hun n Along 1. ufoN"' !. E of Lot 3: of Blk 2 in 5.. ,
up between meals treat yourself darkened 100 watt bulb will only See: Line 560 ft for I River 19 I L T & COS S/D

and the family to frozen orange I, give out about 60 walls of light 1'OH. X 200 ft.O1 I XW f U 100 W. H. Edwards. E IS ft of Lot 3 Loun'nia Hoblnsr.n ;; : ;
iO ft E Jr.. 3(12.I
S 200
ft to '4 Of P-h'er :0 of Rlk II in L, T
juice over ice. Full of vitamin j and you are paying for the 100 Sec Line AV Along i { tJ 60 W H. Edwards. & COS SiD.

(' and energy not too high in''I watts of electricity. '4 Sec Line 50 ft Levy Lennon S\\Woodla'n'. of 1..0t 14 in Jr. 19.9. Elks 2=; & 26 in Eno. h TYson : ,

calories an
one-half cents -".\\''.. of SW' NI-i of "E'i of 3.1 lO 40 in <
four and a frosty also absorb light. so for the L T &
I nun n 41iO ft. X SE1. U COS S D
glass. I i maximum amount of light ie-, I :230: ft. E 50 ft I Ii :: %0 Agnes Thomas I Lilly & Lf.ne

I for I'OD. X 20& f XWl (If S\\'I EX Wainwright 7.5! Jackson Hats .
Work Tor You
Making IJKht fleeted keep walls and particularly
I lOA in Lot 1 of R1k49 : : J
1-1. C :50 NE
ft. S 200 Cot
Lighting in the home was the ceilings of a light color. ft. W 50 ft to FOB :: 6 Geraldine Smith 5.1.2 !2 ;j 22 :0: Agnes Thomas in L T & COS

subject of the club programs this Com at $w Cor of 22 Lots 22. 3 Lawtey:, S. 6 of Blk Wainwright 9.4 I Lots SID, 6 of P1k19 J"hn II. 11'5: 4 ,
.N\V't of \V or
S\Vt in L T & COS'
month. |I In Ilie fin-nil f,,nrt Of 'I he r.iulilliJuillilal Run K 460 ft N I'X E 66 I ADD 1fpnr '
Scientific research shows that ( In-uil Inn fur llrail- 230!: ft. i: 100 ft IS 2.3 of Lots 5 8 B iki in Temples ) :-r"f."eJII "

fonl ('imnly t'I"riili. for IHjn X 200 ft.
I LoIs ADD EX Lotsi
I In C tiaiii-rr 150 ft. S 200 5. 6. 7, 8: !S I Iof O. J. Phillips 6.5C ,

Km.-t J\. F.L IldI :>n.11.1",1.: .. MayFillHlri ft. AV SO ft to POBi 22 6 :3 Horace Colbert 5.12 I La\\'t..y Ilk W 23 of U\in 2 & 3 of Blk A. A. .\ u:1;

hli Wife, PlaiHtiffS( VPiU'- Com at NS'or of Mre. Mae Wells. L 04t1t ">. 10. II of .
Window Cleaning iJ i I iU I k 1"I.Lt'r.i u .il I Defendant*. / SA\Run', of SAV Sl', "f Jlk 25; In Agent 9.1 9,S Blk 23 in Temple
K :J30 ft
M> 111'1: forPOP.
Reasonable Prices TIIK STVTE ((W FI.IIIrn.TO- X 100 ft. E torn Lawt..y at W o t RY 3.101 .ADD"a!
a point George F. Young ,]
50 ft. S 100 at ,
Dix'iil Itin kh..I4r. if liiintr and ft. W NK'i OfSE4 ofXE'
Outside Only 30c up j if il-.iil. lux i link.." n heirs at law. I 50 ft to FOB 23 I 22 James Alexandria 3.1 II J.ake'e CorufStst&: I & Run XK

d 1. \i-ii-. li-iratees ralll.-.-
W S. ACNEProp.. persons claiming by throu'ghr I XAAof .SWli; I Run N 20 ft. W a POB. Run
urulrr him--otin-r 111.in Martha A. I Hun E160 1 ft. X I 70 ft. s 20 N 115 ft. W ion'
ft. E .
393 Hurry M. Starkc, Ha. I 1-lIr h.IoI.r. :m
diMMi-i '|fatf"s, Krant.-.... Minp'uis -- K :SO ft. X 200 ft, I I I..akt' .\\'" to PUB 100 ft to POB _!I I 2? v
.mil :I i'n-a..d all othi Tier AV 50 ft. S 200 ft II I Woffly r"...g at XE Cor of W. ii .; '. 'I .
'..n, ('l.iiniinir liv. through or under: to POB 22 6 2% Eertha Seiner 4.3J 'Com :Jt Pt 20 ft SEU of XE'I
tin- --ml P.ivul; Durkhohler. and any Com at XW Cur of I X of the Cur of F. ;>rl O If.'n: 5T31Alfonzo Run W : ..ma.,

anil all unknown persons or parties Blk2SofR2: ST St: & Lake S 330 ft to POB

FILL DIRTGOOD I i l.iiimiiK any estate right. title, or [ E & nun S 60 ft I Ave & on W Side I Then E 130 ft. S
IIII.---t in or lien upon the followUK for a POP, RunE i 50 ft.V 130 ft.
1 il'>*,.i'iiheil) lands in r.radford tin ft. S 30 ft. W I ST St & RUn I 'c0fttoPOP.) 29 6 23 i-o. "
INCH ( "n lit \', Kloiida. to-" It : SO ft. X :30; ft to X 2fl ft. w TO ft, C.im at XE Cor...fSE'i : ,''. :, : _
'I'l"t Qtl.llter of Southeast FOld in Temples : N ;2 J ft. Av :30 ft. of SE',
'Ju. rter of Northwest Quarter I SID EX R/W 21' 22 yia Ellerson 4.I, ( S ft. E 30 ft. I Run W I1S61 ft.

TOP SOILSee ..r S'iiithoast Quarter exceptllu Lot 19 of Ink 3 in William I N20f1.E7Oft S 3V: !,3 ft, Tb.l n
North 411 I feetettlon :54.Tounship Gahagan S/D W. Parker 1.81 J to POB in Town 1 3956 ft. S

6 !South Range 22 I Lot 23 of Blk :2 in Hamp Cohen I of Lawtey W of MS.8 ft, AV 4ft! tft
r..i-t. GahagansjD .621 I ,KYUt X 94S. ft to
YOU and .adi of you are hereby | Lot 20 of Blk 2 in Curtis Griffis 59.1 FOB. ) ; :22 (9 I.fr.\. 1\'.1' _
Williams ![ .
1 S n
1.81 n of Lot .
imtifitd I that there has heen filed j Jahagan SD c
in I Ii.I cm-nit Court In and for Rracl- Lots 12 IS' ot Elk n in Town of of : i.:x
2 Irene Willis 17.291 I Law lev E of flY I "W'J
i .r.I < 'unly. Florida a Complaint in Gahagan SD : ,
W. 5; A in SW C.T
,]Lot 1 !S: D J. Barber
of 7
in < 'han<"*"!'\ herein Ernest A. Fau- I Lot 5 of Wk 2 in Blk .52 M
i 6 KX :2 Am in
Jackson Transfer 16 in
Company Xola
il I>.I I am) Maude Mar Faudel his c.ahagan RID Harden 1.811 Law-fey Town of Cor "U 2 6 22: :23 Gus )I. F'I'1.! ?
v. ,ife, \ lIa.it! !Iturkholder, Hal.:, Lot 3 of Blk 2 in One E of RT Lucile I4O'5 Thru 14 "? :2. '
Phone 165FRIGIDAIRE I Lot lOll feet Kittles 3.60
Levy .
Lennon B
id f 'f-IIt.(U!:., the relief therein prayJ,J ilahagan S U 1.Si 6 W bv. 274 Plk 4 of E AVHa
nl I I.. 'III{ a decree quieting, and confiiimiK I Lot 2 of Blk 2 in George Griffin & S in SW ft Cor X >'es S/r' ) J.'. k 1/'Z"1 J. "
i.l.untifft title to the lands ahagan $' ) 1.811 "f Lot 17 "
I I.. i i.'nulioxt* described, and it furthi | Lots 9, 18 of Elk 1 :: In EX SLawtey I't,5'1';
< from I in Ciahagan Estelle Adkins n.aSi Wftn I ,",? 6 %:= 1
t.ppt .imiu !said swum Cj miilun' j SID E of SEt; T J. .41.J"1 :, .
i thai) the names of the Lot S of Blk I in j .Dne Lot 12* ft K Bertha Florence d i I..ot.G of nik u s m
1. ml:nit- are unknown except de-j liahagan: S. D EX W l,v 100 ft N 7.0( Lincoln City "JI..arn; ::I1I."od ..
: tin r. met forth and that the R/W Aaron Holley 2.31 I &SinSECorof 1 Tx>t as DESC DB
iln--e- .mil 1'..-"lpnc.. ofaid mir- Lots 5, 22 of Blk 1 Lot 17 in Lawtey 77 Page $35L.AtnSE"Or; ", 6 2! A. J. ",,: urri _. .
THE HESTKNOWNNAME t.o'U.I.U1t ,ne iinknu\\n and that I in Oahagan SD T. C. Reed 7.43 i: of RV .ffE'.j ,
tin re ino person or persons within k- j Lot I & 2 of Elk 24 I !S 165 ft ..f Lot 32 rill Jenkins Est 222:I of ?\El' 81'1

IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION tIme State of Florida the serMcei.f in N-Kt-iio SiD Lonnie Flowers S.43 in Town of ingloiiftSQ 34 6 -. FrOth 31 -, ; 'e 2 ., .
I.HMI-SS upon whom would bind Lot s of Itlk u: in Lawtev E of RY Com at PR 'or nf
-.ltl at.-i'nt or unknown defendants X-Reno S;D Tearether Williams 1.97 ]I A AV of RD nn S Allen Scott 4.7?I !NF.'l of SE'i
RANGESWATER and that .ad known and named defendant All WU of Blk S Side nf Lot 35 in Hun W 2fi9 ft
i- over the age of 21 year.5.. i S ufR4W1dif Lawtev E of RT f.r PAR N !7!
HEATERS and that the age of each known AV Line of I J 4! in Town of J. J. SmIth 3.Ijnt I ft. W 110 ft. S
mil unknown named defendant I istuikn XEI, of SWTemplrs >.' t. Lawft E of RT 272 ft, JO ft to
AIR CONDITIONERS I ,,\\ n.; thi.s therefore, to com- I S'D 21 II 2! i Rufus :Rigeby 7.38 'W IA of Lot 43 in Will Lee 8.9S I FOR U 2! ''" Ruth \', IHf, n : I

WASHERS & DRYERS numl cacti of you, and you are here-1 I Lot 9 of Blk 2 in Town of Lawtey Lot 8 of Blk 1 InSecurity
.bv notified and required to serve Sunny Aires S'D Albert Tyson LSI E of RV Horn
a coiof your answer or other From I't ,,f int of I Ot[ 49 & :V' I'l: Harry Kittles 3.21 I Site Mr" V'011"\1"; i
.!,>...llllir the O.imnlaint. I Itiff .. _f Lot hank,
Get; The Best For Less fo ->n' T'laln >3 "t-tn" <; *> .4tt 48 in .4 .'
Attorneys, Williams & Futch. withV Line of 1\\\'t. E of RY Fannie N 132 ft of That f,1 I -
AtSmith's r o Tux 1 .i. Ptarke. Florida and i I'I' ST RD 200 Run I T f.ot 199 ft X & Stewart i.$'I Portion of S>4 nf

tile the original answer or other x1.\ Along RD S .bv 4nn fl fiv. & SP.4. of \\1'
l>l..i i.f the Circuit Court for PradfordC.iuntv I \VLVJJ4: ft. XLY Vt i2 in Town RD 3 1 2Z Wl JI'.",, 1/. ?: y

Garage Florida on or before the I 229 23 ft. ELY of T\\\'T..y E of Smith t: ; I:.
11 dai.f June .A.D llfi6.! if you 6 4 13 ft. ELT fir James Lewis W'4 (of SE'i of
f., ,1 1 t.. <1" co. ]>ecree Pro .nfe"so Along.no of A Barber 1.60 PK'i & SB'4 of CO
will lie tak<-n SKaiiiht >oii for the I Cunt4.10 ft toT 13 l'ndh'ided Int SE' of SEH :2 T>r. F:. M \\.b..er c ,
FHIGInAIRE irl.if driuaiiilcd in said Complaint. : UD. SLYAlullE in and 10 the S Com 210) ft K of NAT

Sales and Service It I i- herrhv ordered that this not. I KI) 2U.t13 2A5 ft of Lot 6 Con of XWl4 of
i. .. -hall be published once each ft t.. T'on %S' 22 H. E. TuckerEd 55661 I in Otis SiD of XEnun fI!
w..k for four consecutHe weeks int LMk 6in LT & Lawtl'V 210 ft. E 450 ft.
We Ser\k All Makes of !,.. rtradford County Telepraph a I COS SID EX I E ito ft of F." Sam Ero"D C.S6 N 210 ft. W 410 :: "U-'I'

Klwtrieal: Appliances \\, ..kIy neu-paper published at ir/w Hunter 14.4( of SWL. of NWL 25 5 n 7 taauel ft.toPOR 5 T n M.r! :' :
si.like, Bradford COUnl). Florida. ''E 3S ft of Lot 3 of N 3/4 of XE1,$ 25 5 23 no Lee Kae 16.18 X 100 ft of R ;oe
GOG N. Temple Afe WL'nemy hand and the seal of Blk 15 in L T & SEI. of s\n or neaR_ H.C! ft of that port>>

..tip aid Cinuit Court at Stark, cos s:n Enoch Tyson 12.j 4 SW" 25 5 z: 10 CI&MDizmglelder: of EH of !;\\' i
Ki.ulfi.rd County Florida this the Lohl& 2 of Blk of XE'4 lying W 1 Anna (.
PHONE 120 1 da> (IfIa)'. A D., 1J56.U'KFICIM. 19 in L T & COS 5.S. of RD 7 'l n Clauses pl'e _
:EAL) SD Carrie Turner I S'j of SE'4 of ti: ',
charii! A. liar by. W V, of Blk 29 of 4 74 S\Va 23 5 22 20 George Strong 1"8 Com 210 ft. W nfPE
ci*'rk of said Circuit Court. L T & COS S'D :V. E. Roberts N\\"JO of SW4! of Cor of Sec
IL I lv :Mni.in L. Crob)'. Deputy Clerk. Lots 3. 4 of P.Ik it 9.10 I XEYi! 21 5 22 10 A. Paul 1415: 19 & Run W
5114t61 in L T & COS XW of :NWIi of 840 ft. V 510 ft.
I SE, & WI E 240 ft. S 210 ft 1
S. D Lilly & Lonnie ,! of William Kal: !Ii
Wash Your Clothes '"'I1{'.. TO 4PPRUIIn Jackson Hicks 5.2f SE'4 of N\Vt. of to FOB IS 7 23 Renter K-'
('Irmlt (Court llradfvrd Connt.T, '; Lot 1 of Ilk 43 in SE% E% ofSwL4 L7 4SWL
Klurldai la t kaocrry.Johnnie ,I i L T & COS SID John H. Hicks 17.28 of XW! of of NEt &
I.... Vincent. Plaintiff ,s.1 I IKtnnrth lot 7 of Blk 30 In 2.P4 of SEK of CO
k 9 Pounds \\ \'iiurnt, Defendant i LT&COADD E. Dryden 5_{* SE! "S 5 22 20 Presley & :NW4. 21 1 .2! TViHIam Heater Eat Kafch .
: Case Xo 1C1S25Niilloe \VGftofLot Tlutren Green 11.41: 4 ?
!0&I -
Lots lG IS, I' N4 of SW'4 of
To Appear ) '
I ftnfN4of U & 24 U SE>4 EX RT 2 s 'l 22 Tyden Tarn "
To 1 KennethV indent. xiho'e. Lot S 3a 5 2! Emma Calhoun its: I ; 2 .
For 40c (of Blk 19: in lA in NW.C of
of 56 of NEtS .
residence and address iUnknown.. I Fred J. Morrow !'
mpll'sDD 18.201 1
You are SE!. of N1V'. 35 5 f. 1 'WillJard 4 sw 35 7 !2" Cleveland Neal : t-
hereby notified that a suit! Lots 8. 9. 10. 11 of r
for divoTfp.! ,tare custody and rem I Blk Crawford 3.!I I Lot DESC in DR
23 in
Temples .N E'i of S5'tt of 76 PQ 231 EX
FREE Bleach If Desired I it..! i.f minor children I ADD William R. Ward H.H.I
has been filed NW$ EX 1 A In that Port in Clay
1 agaln-t you In the> i Lots 1 & :I of Rlk 33 Walter .
NE ('or 5 r.r
eWe above named Court and cause and Pauline Thomas 33.49Heisten 35 3 22 Andrew Anderson 1.35: I County 1 9 2! e
in Peeks ADD
jyOU are required to serve a of WIt of XE!. cfSW'Ji I. Pre\att :50Geort
copy Cyour orn at SB Cor of :
EX 2A Lot 2 of Plk B In
complaint on the> Plaintiff Attorney the XEV4 of SEtf of in xE Cur 35 S ."t. 11 George Williams 1 The Haven S/D :* AV I i,ncon 12 'iX
Will I I Joseph! K. Skipper 221 Florida Nfi'i & Run N Et Al C.S: Lot 1 of Blk B .
Title liuildii<. Jaik-unulle ", IS ft. W 107 ft for \v lt'4 nf N', of Mt Pleasant S/D t Ellen H.
Florida .\ POE-. Run X NVi ot XW 35 a 22 15 elk 11 Bevis
Dry Your Clothes and file the original In the officeof 115 ft. W H't ft. DingferleJ' 'l.S!Corn LotGofElkC- 25.14
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on S 113:: ft, E 169 ft C at XE Cot of Mt Pleasnat S/D

I i or before the 11 day of June. i to POB 29 6 2! 1\- 13.72. 5VL1 of XWI.V EX RAW Jes'Ie; T "' <. .. art ; '. 5
For 20c 1956. otherwise the allegations of Be* at XE CoT r-f I \ R/W LIne of Lot 7 of Elk E -

said Complaint will be taken as SKI, of XEV; I S'I' P.D 260 nun S !It. Pleasant ST M. IT. Arlerholfl 1 ? f'
In ew Automatic Driers :confessed by >'ou. 1 Run W 335 ft. S Along RD 520 ft.W Tract 5D Mt.
This: noticehall be published 3.10 ft to POB I, 50 ft. N 520ft. Pleasant S:D Waiter L. JI' ).er :2 U
i nee each week for four con"ecuthe Then E 130 ft. S E fiO ft to Cora at SE Cor of
weeks In the Bradford County Teepraph. 50 ft, W 130 ft, X FOB B C 22 O. B. 1eowa 1.17 X'of XE14 of
I 50 ft to POB :29r : 6... Lela P.o MeE'n !.!I I: 1: Lot 330 ft E NW'.4 of NW'4 & '
j 0.11..1. iii'. d.l y of M.H. 1S5SOf'Kia ; I>|f 15 ftV of XE W by 660 tt :'f &: Run N 108 ft for
Sealt Charles A. Dafbv (',.r oft'% of i S In SW Cor of POB then W 50
Clerk: of the Circuit Court I XKi::: (.f SE of SE-.i! of NW1. 17.6 Ii! 5 Eta Jones 141:! ft. X 100 ft. F.

The Washeteria I'Mat: .at. I. Cros-lij, Denutv ClerkS j XEi, Run S Itt II:i. of XEt. of SAft.S 100 ft >o

:; 11 It G 1 I j jIB ft W 100 ft to Sri.4 EX ::A in POB 2Z 9 :3 Addie Lee I's'.li :. : :
POB. S :2UO, ft. W I Ni: Cot 18 6 12orn 1S Ernest Dell: "u
Starlil\\ Circuit Court Bradford cou.y.l 220:! ft. X 2U ft, C 210 ft X frrom

. Yf'mple .0\.n. 's Florida In ('hancerr I E 220 ft to FOB 2' 6 22 : .er Thorrton .. SE Coy of S\.L.
\ -K n... \ll"(,rta Uean. Plaintiff.. SKI l.,. (,f avi,. EV 62 (It SW & Thin J. R. K iir
; Ii---- -. I I I: .: '. .FJ: ..-d 10"ln, Defendant ;; \'n -\\'cr'". 0 W 315 ft S 210 Tai Collector
:. ('..-( NI 1U-U24 j K.\ A .n"E I ft E !1 i fl S :Eradford County Florida<<

Order Clf Publication and Notice 141 i.r "2 ;v _'_" '" ,: ,_ M.Fhcn :. : 2:0: ft to POE :1. 22 Cora Johnson 222 It 4/S 4t 4 :li:



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.vvvnm ices for the eighth grade graduating .......................9 ;I hoot and the ones who came I j and family. :Mr and :Mrs Georg*.I last Sunday -------- _'_ _- -_ _-_ ----_w0 _=_
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class, of which his son. iate- : Hernandez Mr and Mrs CharlesXewman II ::\1 and Mrs Charles Mo !\

Roy, is a member. CLAY HILL Alter the morning services, woenjoved ?, and Mr: and Mrs: Ear I and Mr and :Mrs.: Floyd Niurr.un
AAA-3 James Home who has a wonderful dinner and Owens of Games'ile11': anMrs I II| of Jacksonville were dinner guests PRESCRIPTIONSARE
been in Air Force training a' m the afternoon we had a wonderfully I : Ovid Thomas and daughter. '! Sunday of the L. :M. Normans
Mrs. I). E. Hill l :\In. J. 1. StricklandiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ
By >
Lackland Air Force Base, SanI ,: ; inspiring singing .nrv- j and :Mr: and :Mrs: R. D. Thoma Mr and Mrs: E. W. Dmkmsanl

LAA V A111 W U LA U111L lAIn i!I I Antonio. Texas, arrived home In', dIfferent churches and quartets I of Starke. son of Sanford visited the
I! Saturday evening for a furlough I participating. We met so Mr: and Mrs Joseph England I '' Lacey Normans; last Friday OUR SPECIALTYr
tn effort to cooperate! more My two sons daughter-in-law r''
holy ,K ith Florida traffic laws :1'with his familv. The son of :Mr: grandson and the other little bm many old friends Jim Strickland of New Jersey have moved to oui Billy Marr of Minis visitedr
and Mrs J W. home, James ito ;; met some he had not seen lor community and are in the Oscai i: Ruth Man last Sunday
Hampton City Count and :Maryhaii : I who were visiting us returned to I
Robert Cox issued a warn- leave May 31 for Lovvry Field Virginia laM Tuesday afternoonof :23 or 30 years. He had said he Crosby house !,j Mr and Mrs Vernon Gnffis ,' \m w'lR ,
in Denver, Colo.Mr I did not intend to attend this Mr and Mrs:: Marshman Reddish I and baby of Jacksonville were
nl}: his week to any underage last week They all enjoyed .
III I'e.n Hampton.A I : and :Mrs Irving Young of j their short visit, especially the Homecoming but changed his and family, :Miss Gail Reddish weekend guests of the Albert:
mind and was really glad he bad and Miss Patricia Alvarez Normans.
-- a reminder Mr. Cox stated I' Dalton Ga, visited in Hampton Homecoming services at Long : I
that 16 is the age required fora : for a week with his mother, Mrs Uramh Dorothy said she had :: attended, otherwise he would not were business visitors to Jacksonville .I I Mr. and Mis. '1. L. Thompson <..
regular operator's license. A I Verna YoungP..eturning' to Dalton never been to one of these gatherings have seen these old friends. Tinsis last week. I of Jacksonville visited the Lacey'I --L- :. :
learner's permit, allowing the with them was Vernon For- before in her life but hue with all of us. We urge Mr:: and Mrs:: H B. Kelly an I ;! Normans Sunday afternoon.
of that all come and be with us at family of Gainesville attended E. C. Ruth :Marr: and /
teen-ager to drive only with a syth Hampton. she sure hopes she can attend 1 .II i Haney ; \i\"-
licensed operator, and not at I i Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Clouse were another one. A letter from tJieni. Clav Hill on June 17th! church services at Bajless Hiwaj i Ellen Norman were in Jacksonville ) '

right at all, may be obtained t ty ,. Sunday visitors at the Donald states they made the trip back :,r We were confronted with the' last Sunday and were dinner'I last Friday, where Mrs -- \

age 14. Under age: U. it is illegal 1 Hill home, enroute to Bradentor to Hampton, Va. in safety and accustation Sunday that we are guests of the C. C. Crosby's. Mrs. Norman is taking treatments for r ( l

t(. drive at all in Florida. 'after vacation trip to New in the usual time with no trouble '. not hunting rabbits as we should. I Beulah Kelly returned home with i I ![ a serious ailment ,

Th council has instructed :Mr: York and Washington, D. C i[ They are eating up everything at them to stay for a few days. I :Mrs Callie Griffis and Bettie
I Shellie Louie Caitei's place and when Mr. and :Mrs :Marcus Conner'
rox to warn fust-tune offenders, Their daughters Sally and Last week, while in Staike, we Starling were in Green Cow
and or fine them, for violating! ) have been staying with the Hills called on our sister, Lizze; StrkkJland I''we'I hunted them so much they and family :Mr.: and :Mrs: Lois'I Springs on business last Thurs- I EACH PRESCRIPTION IS (IIElKKI .\ nDorm.ED
during their parent's ttinMrs. did not bother over that way as Newman and family, and the day. ) CHECKED
these age limits. I i !. We were pleased to see her 'I '
I : they do now Well, we are sorry \V C. Ward attended the'!! I
Mr and Mrs. Willard Jones : Nora Layfield was hon- looking so well but wish she family Edwin Griffis of South Flonda
attended the meeting of Florida ored at a picnic dinner Sundayat ( could recover her health compleie1 if some of our neighbors thinkwe Homecoming at Oak Grove 1 spent the weekend here with his 3 FLORIDA PHARMACIST TO

Christian Ministers Associationin Hutchinson Lake, on her birthday ; ,-. are failing to do our duty, Church last Sunday | mother, :Mrs. Callie Griffis. i
i Holly Hill last Tuesday. Mr. Thirty relatives attended. I. but it is too far to walk over Church services at Bayless Hway -- i :Mr and Mrs:: John Bennett and
i Ilev. Crawford filled his ap-' SERVE YOU NIGHT AND DAY
i these to hunt them Anyway, same as usual. Prayer Meeting childien
and Mrs. Guy Leavett were Mrs. Betty May and daughter. at Hill last Saturday |(I of the State Farm, Mr
hosts to the group, serving luncheon I :Melody, of Hampton, and :Mrs pointment night and delivered an interesting :'Louie: went out Satuiday night is now at 8 o'clock. Young;i and Mrs. G. L. Sapp, :Mr and
to the 43 present.Ten i Robert Baiksdale and daughter. We feel sure!i: and in about 15 minutes he had People's meeting every Saturdayat 'Mis:: Dick Starling and children I
from Hampton Christian Barbara Sue of Starke, visited message I I killed six rabbits in the peanut 8 Rev Malcolm Galbraith I of Heilbronn, Mr. and Mrs Honey ] COMPLETE LINES OF
| all the services, even if '
Church attended the North Florida the zoo in Jacksonville Saturday 1 enjoyed |i field. We think that is.t'ry good pastor.hIGHLAND. Wilkinson of Maxville, and Win- '
theie weren't present. ...
many I Hospital Supplies Surgical Belts
Christian Youth Rally at afternoon. hunting There are some rabbits fred Wilkinson of Jacksonville
North Shore Church in Jackson- :Mr and Mrs Glenn Macintosh I Next Saturday night we will as well as other animals, that I................ y...... visited the Lacey Normans Sun-
have Bobby Knight with us, and Trusses ... Crutches
ville last Thursday evening. The were Jacksonville visitors roam around here that are abouti day afternoon
next meeting of this group will Sunday.Mr. Saturday night. June 2, we will i i to get in danger. We have threatened I Mrs Amanda Manning and

be at Lake Wales. and :Mis: Frank Hardin of have Bro. Babb from Maradonu '! to go after them some ofI I Florrie Moore were baptized at I Ij Diabetic Supplies ... Wheel Chairs

Ernest Morgan of Jacksonville Jacksonville visited in Hampton j as our speaker. All who miss I these nights. They even get in i lj Mrs. Lacy NonunnIAl1111111111111111UU j 1 Silver Lake last Sunday after-
these services leally miss some
visited in Hampton Sunday to Sunday with the K. B. Watter- | our way in the road when we are J noon.

attend the_n_ baccalaureate__nn___ _serv-_ sons and :M L. Wattersons. wonderful messages. The Singing I going to church at night. Sof I j Don't forget church and Sunday I Ii Free Phone 53
Convention will meet with us at Delivery ---
i any of you hear some shot guns I School next Sunday.
Clay Hill, June 10, in the afternoon don't excited rab- Mi .
;' [ roaring get a I and Mis E. C. Hanev and ,

NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 i We urge all who love attend good, I bit or something else will just j family were dinner guests Sunday -
inspirational singing to :, be under the sights of the old of Mrs I KOCH DRUG STOREStarke
this singing. shot gun! Harvey's parents,'I THE RIGIIT POINT for the
The revival will start at Cay: I j Mine Gurr and sons. Billy, near Jacksonville. I' jour favorite ESTERBRQOKI

11111 the evening of June 10. All [ and Bobby called on Strickland Mr and Mrs \\'. C. Hardee and I Fountain Ten. TELEGKAl'H. Florida ,
are invited to attend. We will al- Sunday last found no one home. children i were dinner guests ol f f'vvay' ;you "ritl'. Come in and se- ---- - -- --- -- ------- - -
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Gainesville, Fla.That's I come and help us sing and sing.I p ;.
special songs for us. Our Homecoming '!
will be June 17 We :n-

rite all who enjoy good fooa to ANNOUNCES
Our Business By Amu Kuth l'rusbyA1AAAAALAAAAA1AAAiAAAAAt MERCURY
attend, to say nothing of the
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If It's Glass We Have It! singing and preaching on this G"I'
VISIT rasiun. Jim Strickland will be
or the speaker.We :Mr: and :Mis Charles Newman I

Peters Glass Co. attended Homecoming seivn : of Gainesville were recent guests
Joe of the Lois Newman family
'PS af Oak Grove church last i
Sunday We had a large crowd :Mrs: Betty Kirby and daughters INCREASED HORSEPOWER
FOR ANY ( I.ASSEED 1'1 t'sent. Just to give you an spent last week at the State Farm

We Design Modern Store Fronts idea; they have 61 enrolled in1(i with :Mr: and Mrs O. K Crosby. i I:

Just Mail Us A Pattern for Sunday School and we had 521jrtiSint I Flank Thomas was entertained

Table Tops m the Sunday Sthoolj) with a birthday dinner last Sun-

1313 N W. 4th PL Cainesx: 'ille.) Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 < 1,isse.s -? !'av nothing of the dav Out of town visitors were
I Ii i one, \\h" did not Borne in Sundav Mi and Mis Horace Knowles;1 IN All 18 ODElSat

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NEWS OF, INTEREST TO COLORED buried everyone in who Clark has Cemetery a loved one to pastor.ing worship Christian was conducted Union was by the ':' At.rn.".rid4. I: K p.I i ni.in., Ptark.FI .>. r)ha< been fled agaIn you In th,31iive e, You are hereby notified that a Notice Tmffrmr I
postponed named C.>-irt and cau.-e and I f"d.'T'e .
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CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy please come out on May 30 and due to the program at RJE. :i[[ the Clerk of orIginal the Circuit In the Court offieof you' are required to ",.'n e a copy ofi 1 has been filed agifn you In thee ro.-.J-n ;.. i.r; i j.- .}' I
dean off your graves. If each The Unum will meet Sunday. or before the your MMiiiplaitit! answer the or pleadm to th above named Court and cause and !Lne a.oI x'" .... i I : \ I
Ozora J. Shell on Plaintiff! Attorney > uu arc rrtjuirru to serve ol
,- a copy .
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dy f j'.i. I i' n; r,1 ;
one will do this will have 1 I I IChuuh i 1 K K IVrryn.an. FiaI
we p. m at Macedonia Bapiist ''otherwise tarkr. your answer or pleading to the lou [
the allegat.n' of are lI..rMIJ n : .r.i: ,
I H"I fiie the a
original Tn the office i t-mplamt <.n the I'iamtiffs: Attorneyi
a clean cemeteiy. Remember this Hampton. Ilev. Johnson Complaint will be taken as con !I..r the Clerk of the'ircwt Court n ]i Alfred C s-.n. .q Smith Dulld.IIS : suit, for !'f
IIIt'rk.1 Legion ('<,11\I'lIfi..n( On Sunday May :!7. parents is Memorial Day. Honor our pastor, Rev. Burgham. president.All fessed by you. or before. th' 4 day ,,f June J.H.ksorXile:; V'.Ji.: Div -I 1'.. 'i-- '
to the Convert pupils. ;and blends are invited to dead Tlxs notice thai! be pukltahrd I I! r-'iti: otuTw-e the allegation ol[rand file the original In the office nr' ,...: .! / ;; /i I
Idelegates them. ;
by cleaning up around members are asked to attend. i once each week fur four consecutive, -aid Complain' \nil:! 1.,, taken; aa i of the Clerk of the Circuit Court vII h..s : .;,.,. .
Reach from31i visit the school and weeks in the Bradford I. ? r n 1 l'i ,n ..; ..- I
held i in Daytona see Elizabeth Clark Wright. Sister Albert chairman the' County Tele N"fl's"f'd.oy\ you. ur Oefore he > d' I ,
of .
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:: were Vice-Commander your children have done durinir Tliurstoii School building fund drive, asks all persons graph.hated I -his : tat ,.f May, 1?;';. j Tlfis, e ".I 'h notice we, i is ti-r! ,.;f.-,.be, .puhlished"n .nxctitiveee4vs I otherwise 4 day of('Jur... .tLt.rs F'>;:; of sa:: /...1\1.-.:r a-.'r.* ,.. r pj.: !t., )'.r'ac, .. ,3. ., .n ". I 1 J

,1! '. Royal Coiean McNeil and I the year. Principal M. Taylor is The principal teacher and pu- to pay pledges as soon (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby In the Bradfnd t'.< lIlt) Tele. Complaint will?: e taken as confessed \\ ". .t.' I'M- T't, \--r j,
asj j Clerk of the A <
AiiiI.ee i tl'azier.n into resting asking all parents Of children who wish to sincere possible so that the By Marian L. Circuit Court graph.".1'.1 t: This by you. ,. > ..J.. x
I pils express building can Cro.-ij. Deputy Clerk : il.o-\ .f AIS.:, 19::;.., notice shall be published
.- d! |>:ofitatle meeting was con will become six by December 31 thanks to all who attended and continue. Persons wishing to subscribe ; 11 it c-i 'l'fllc.1: Sen 11 11, Cli.nl.( .\ I Pirby ,'once each week f .r four cuii.-.ecuuve q.t f.;, I'..' 'rig I'id: : :.. 't- .. ..'
children Clerk, of (h-> Ciriit, Court "'"ektt In KRAPFOHD: COL.'TT r- -K f ".? cr .-. .. I'
:IH ,1.! The Auxiliary received a I bring your in for preschool for window in church ''tv Ma- .., .. .
participated in the May Day activities a the : !10 1 C 4 1. Sty CJerfc! TF.t.ECRAPIt. J. \
I.!, prize for being the first registration. This program The king and of in honor of your deceased do I MIIK iin: MM-i\it: .'. 4 4: Z"2aMHII fated l th:< I i ,y ,.( May 195CIOKFICIAU ; .' ::. A- t' .' a.s i", f M j t
queen may : In ( ire-nil ('.. .. .
.rl. llradfnrd I'nunlF. SEAL.j'Cha'-lej.'A. : .t. : b. .. .
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.t of the 11th District to reach I has been arranged for Sunday at a.ed 1 '&'"
: the May were crowned by MissA. so at once Wanted: persons to ; Florida: In 1".0. "f the Circuit Court h} y ". 1

!.n. : quota 100 per cent. A ci- 5 p. m. for the benefit of working ; B. Anderson of Lawtey Train- donate: windows to the new' Markaiee H.inis.' i'Ltin'.f. t-. lit tlrruit.curt i: III. M'IMMH Hy :Marian I.. C'.. ..l.y.; Deputy Clerk544t515 Tli.r.: .'i-e S|, .,.. ;. i. ..J iI'll

it !"!', from National and Dis- pat ions. please plan to attend ing school. Norma Jean Clark church. Make it a monument to I ILlZel H.IM1-, II, f. i.Ui', I'l.vri.U: lii I bat llraiiriird>...rrJ > Couulj. C ,..a..Il e.K t r f .1- L .1-, .. i
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"iit, was given the Staike and enroll your children and Charlotte Lee Bryant both God and humanity. PoeR.. L. \*.Ii.-.. T" \i|.e.lr I'l .". 1.1'I v- .n.- \unl1: n> \rri\it T.'vsraprl. ?
services. Refreshments will be served free. j T.. Hall.ur.! In Circuit Court. llrailfurd tuunljFlnriiln '. i !. ; j
meritorious nh--e! .
1"'I of the third grade, were winners Walker pastor;; Mary Lee White. and addrs" i. -.lo'n r .' :\ I:."''i : In I han'err. ,uI'Fi':'IAF..ti.? .' .'..., irHk t tI'erk
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Puppy Day" will be held on I Annual picnic Saturday, May :it! 1 and Charlie Lee Bryant was reporter. II [ You are hereby notified ti.it ., sit: ioflt'r: T J.10. .1 tp/ear, .. : ,,1 (1. I.. .. !I'Mi.,rv' 'I 1 EI!L! ll I I., ''. K .'. ir.d.I' : ',.rr'' x : ,'f flit "' "' I'.c iir i.

\Lty'lo. Plan now to buy a Pop- at Silver Springs.' Bus leaves 7:30'a. crowned King. Coy Jackson andMary j I Ctirnt inn pleasei fir d.rce d ..1.1' ,, I !, :, ." 1 \ i I"! :. : Mi1, I. ''ro'i., ,. ,'!xv"' k
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;jn i or lOc( in honor of the de- m.Lent Ann Chalendar were run- The Mother's Day Progiamwds -

11- isi-il soldiers and those unknown : : ners-up in the first and second planned and presented ty Mrs. I,

A softball game will be! First time in the history of The refieohments were
grades. AI. L. Paul Allen Chapel Church

;,.i\ed! on P.JE diamond at 4 p., \Vatetoak school that a primary 'I enjoyed that were served by the.1 was beautifully decorated by her | J! l- __ / .l I!

n, between the Boy Scouts of graduation exercise was held according committee.. Special thanks to our for the very fine program. | TCHfor r '
the Team oftn to Principal M. E Rob- ; What to miA f : .
: .nkt and Navy Supervisor Mr. ennon. and pa- I Iolln i iI : : r ; l' I
;i Cove Springs. Admission t'l ts. It was also the first time: trO:15'illle Brown and Clack for 1 : ,
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!l'! ..I. but come prepared to buy .'1'01.- Kimer Shell had made an : assisting in the transportation : \ : TO tl>l'KR when selecting the most: \ c ))1. ;'I
ji j I la Circuit Court, Bradford County, :) ,
i poppy. Mrs. Pauline Marshall. address to any group. Almost a for the picnic to Butler's Beach. Florida: ID C'hanrrrr. I IOronzo >' )

I'Jt', ?Ill'nt; CO'eanIc:>;eil. report capacity audience at Pleasant St. Augustine, and Marine Stu.I J'-f;> ,I'ulutitti.J roluritti,l>rfriulant.li Plaintiff. v. '' modern truck for your job ,:; ;"t' \ ..' < \\S*

Grove Methodist Church visited j| dins The field trip was enjoyed :>.. .-r To Appear 'I t'

An American Flag will be the program and indicated that :jby all. TiiJosephine C.lavitti, whose i I '
presiitril of the modern features that
addrrs. Here some
1 r -s>id n? and i is- c- 'o J. :S.t'lty. are put you way
to KJK by both groups.iiuirig they enjoyed it very much. There j I PTA was held on Monday night I t'alahrt.tta. :'::3-1. : l'rOtJ".l I. nI cut ahead in a new Chevrolet Task-Force! truck.! '
1,1..1 :'\. .w'l.rk.. :
were six candidates for the completion I lf" .
the Commencement ,
proMI with President E. L Walker
pre- I You arc hereby notified that R .
.; ]:. according to Commander of third grade.. Open I siding. The group will continue to suit for divorce, custody, control j You'll find them all-and lot more besides-right here,

!110-! Kelly. This was a joint do- House was held Tuesday which i meet on the third Monday of 'ami filed support against"t you minor the child above has named lieen t) at your Chevrolet deal rSo! take a moment to look! Modem cabs with High-Level ventilation panoramic
from both 1 included field exhibition and indoor I Court and and them Then in and talk truck needs. windshield and concealed
ii.itiuii groups'Ii..i..llar.r I each month during the summer cause you ar. required I over. come: overour Safety Steps. I
exhibits of work done by to serve a copy of your an-
(Vmcntion I to continue to make check on the |law er or pleading to the complaintion .
the children and the Hobby Club
The Mt. Smia Con- of the school ; th" Plaintiffs AttorneyII. I
Missionary progress/ beautifij.j '
1 of the school. Principal Roberts |I C 1t.ildxin.: 1'. ('. Cox 104 'r,7 < rH "
'. ,'nt Ion was held! last week in : cation program. All members areasked ,I Oainesvillr., Florida j { t i
thanked everyone for the very and file the original in the office of ,- .
i ;lainesville.: Delegates and offi- to come out and support -..
i fine cooperation they had given the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I! ,._ .
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n-i.s from Starke included Mrs. ,, your school organization. MrsS. before the |I gm, ,
| during this academic year. I, Ib day i'f June, 13;.6 ..
Mis. Minnie Smith C Price Rev E. L.
Sophia Royal. principal; !'j otherwise! the allegations! of said I .... "N' .-
.uitl others. A'ery successful All persons in the communitywishing \\':)!Iker prt'sidentIrs.; B. J Complaint will Ite taken. as confessed r -
Ilev. White j to join the school in their '' liy you. I ? ,.&).<'S w7 'M : I
tnee'ing was repotted. ',,,1..I'nnlllepor.r. This notice shall be publishedjnio i .
I annual picnic are asked to meet .. :
i. iiiiwlerator of the association. Primary picnic each week r four consecutive .
One Thing La4IcingIn at the school Saturday moiningat weeks|' In the Bradford County Tele- !
The primary department of i I era ph. i :
( Sunday at 3 p. m. RevI'get 8 a. m. The bus will leave for Ml.-'I thia 1J;; day of May. lT'r.K. ;
I p. Fair Chaplain of lie- Little Talbot Island. A veiy small 1MB held its picnic and outing on I'I (01'l'll'Ll.:11.1:I Charles A. Haro> i .J"j'
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Tuesday at the six mile point on j j'
tiiunie-Cookinan College addressed transportation fee will be askedto i i Hf Marian L. Crosby Deputy rierk :j
the landing Twoj
Camp 5 Is 4t 6.
I the graduating class of KJE. cover cost of gas and serviceof ,I
bus loads of jolly youngsters accompanied .
lie was most impressive as he I driver. Plan now to make this by their teachers en: I, Advanced Work Styling-modern truck beauty Automatic transmissions like Hydra-Malic andthat's

told the story-of the rich young trip joyed a delightful day. Teachers :\0116 TO Arrntn j I good advertising for your business. revolution'" -w Powermatic .
nilei who wanted to know what Shut InsMarzie .I C'ln-uil Cvarl llradfurd ( uuuf,, j
participating were Mrs. Alta- Florida In (huiirrrj- ,1
h.- ru-edtM to do to inherit eternal Barnes is still confined I I II /Je.irn-ne lluthins..n.' Plaintiff, ,'
life He emphasized the fact thatwe to her home. Her cousin Minnie mease Chandler. Mrs. A. Ioffelt.Irs r.s John ll-jf'hnK,on. Ivfrn.Unt. j rwwwv ,w. .,,, ._
'I Saunders: of Daytona Reach, came ;i :\ Rachel Donald. Mrs. table ('.t-e X" 1p1541etl. ;
must approach life and pi obtains ,\ .-e To .Appear
.T. Lee Games were and I
with open hands and minds. i' Saturday to assist her diuingj i iI played To' John HutrliiiiKMin i whose
is free lefieshments were served to rc.idtami address s: :I'lly.tJt! ; mthj
her illness. Cpl. James Price I I.nuo'
Tlu- entire rich and .
program was all. \\ Qur.-lis VilljKe, :New York '
inspiring. I in a hospital in Washing. D. You are hereby notified' that a '
i Chiinh New* suit fur divorce, care tu.I..h' and '
t I C. for him.
('oil 'iueuient Pray l
in. Tonight I c-ontrul of minor child. i|
Twenty-five seniors will be I In Bradford County Hospitalwe Alien Chapel A.M.E. Church, has been filed against you In th.. '
I! Rev. I:. J. Washington pastor above named Court and cause and i
have Willie Dell and Ruthie
:-uvaided high .school! diplomas at vou are required to serve a copy of !
the final services tonight at RJE 1 Lee Williams. Dell is a victim of held! services all day during the our ar.-i\rr or pleadms to the complaint I

accident.Your alxsence, due to illness of the on the Plaintiffs Attorney ,
i afetorium. The guest speakerwill i I a recent automobile H. C. n.ildwin. I'. u l"ox 104. '
tw Dr. Gilbert Porter ex- expressions of sympathy pastor. During the morning bout I.II; n"".villt-. Florida ,
I ( grid file, the orlpinai in the office tit .
vulive of the FSTA. will be appreciated. j the services were conducted by the
secretary Clerk of the Circuit Court on .. .. ..
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Dr Porter is a dynamic public | Mis. Gladys Dlye is still on th-J. Dr. A.. W Bowles, Presiding Elder : or before the

speaker and is prepared to give sick list. Drop a note of cheer I{'I of the district. Brother I Ctherwiie 13 day of the June allegations II-.';; of Bald Ball-Gear steering that cuts friction and makes Modem short-stroke V8's, which ore either standard

the people of Starke some interesting j to her. Heroines of Jerhico. S. > Mster Jack Cutfie took a liberal Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed your job easier at every turn! or optional at extra cost in every model

information. Music will 10 S. j donation to the pastor and his This notice shall tie publishednee
'An r\tra-cost option in 'WO and 4000 tenet trusti
he furnished by the school choir According to the Ancient Ma- + family. According to a statement each week fur four consecu.
ive weeks in the Bradford County Optional *l e\tra cost in 3000-IUWV( strut nmdri
under the direction of E. E. Min- tJ'on M. Barnes, a special meeting !! from Mrs. L. Cuffie, the pastoris Tehjrraph.I'ated .

ott. Music Specialist for the is being called bythe representative critically ill in the hospital at OFFICI.AISHAU this 16 day Charles of May,A 19.16, Modern features such as those shown above are truck engines! A great new 5-speed transmission -
county. j in Jacksonville on Wedres- ; Quitman, Ga. They motored to Clerk of the Circuit Court found everywhere in new Chevrolet trucks! optional at extra cost, handles tough jobs

Hegular school will close at I day :\[a30, at 3 p. m. in the J Greenville, but did not see him Py :Marian L. Crosby deputy:D;'IS 4t Clerk 6. II For example there are famous Chevrolet with ease in a wide range of models. Big. tough

the end of the d.IYIonday.. May Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street because he was In the hospital.I high-compression 6's-the world's most popular Triple-Torque tandems, too!

2fl. Parents are asked to have : All members are asked to be j His sister-in-law plans to take !

children come to school each day I present for this very important the money to him. Members and I In Clrrult\oTU.t( url.: TO llradfurd APTKIR iooalr. Mew Chevrolet Task'Force Trucks

until then. On Monday. June 4, ;j meeting. friends may send cards money Florida In fhanrerr. ._ ,.J- _
the summer program will begin |j Dinner fue.t.On or messages to: Reand Mis. R. Raymond Hall riaintiff. vs. Dor"thy 1.
I Hall. rfendant. care EVERYWHERE!
at IUE and Lawtey Training.!,I Sunday Mrs. Tiuley had as J Washington, Route 2, Box 40. Case No. 10-1521'I

School. Plan now to let yourihildren dinner guests Mesdames Sarah: Greenville Fla. We are not sure \..llee To \ppearTo I

attend According to the {! Terrell. J. J. Williams. Lula'i' how long he will t.? in the hospital I is Marietta: Dorothy, Cei.rma Hall whose and residence :
I' : whose RATLIFF
principals some bus transportation Bland Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carter, I but he will return to the ';dresi i. General delivery, ra CHEVROLET CO.
C. ad:1:1
will be provided for students Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Lee and son i ij above address while convalescing j" You are hereby notified that

who live quite a distance and j and :Mr and Mrs Joseph Robinson Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church Rev.E. I suit for divorce

teguster their desire to attend of Jacksonville. i L. Walker pastor held services !.above has been named filed against YOU in !bll I

summer school. I I I am the daughter of the late on Sunday starting with |:you are required Court to serve and causn a copy and of I West Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111

Open House at Hampton Rev. James Clark. I am asking Sunday: School at 10 a. m Morn-,|;complaint your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to thej I II I II

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scwenacatiou treasures
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practically in your own backyard..... VOTE for a person whose name is printed on the ballot. mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the

r >\ / person for whom you desire to vote. EXCEPT FOU DELEGATES in which case you mark a cross X mark I.V THE: CIRCLE ONLY.

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( Vote for one)

"- = I Place an (X) in the circle at the top of WILLIAM F. K OWJ.Xnthe

....... / 'a column of the group of delegatefor for PresidentDELEGATESATLARGE I I
r/ whom wish i\ vote. ANTHONY S. UATTAGLIA
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: 5 vt1s -. '. TOM FAIRFIELD I5ROWN i: :

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for PresidentO
1j .JOE :MILLER JR.: -- I-,
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1I Organizing Chairman FRED C. PETERSEN I, J

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Organizing Chairman
WILLIAM C. CRAMERC. ( Vote for one)


I 0.L. p..rnIo. I Jrasal, 1'1...c, .b.-q 1 I
,_ "_ ihr .,.dd"grcatn u c tioa-baJ-the ..halt! EDWARD: A. TURVILLEEARL I .
Uf of flanJ3-N at your doorstrp? E. T SMITH ;

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