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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Youth Day Parade In Mid-Week; Of Centennial Featured_ Happy Children, Donkey Carts, Bicycles, And Pets.

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t I VOLmlE SEVENTY-EIGHT STARKE., FLORIDA. FRIDAY., MAY 17. 1957 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN"
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I by, city employees. Ed vim Smith and S. R. Hicks. Looks as if these of Centennial
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A bid to soften the city's local power bill whidh would Spirits of Crowds i

give the City Council exclusive control of distribution within -

city limits was made Tuesday night by J. H. DuPre, E4r I Starke's week-long Centennial

." manager of the Blanding District of Florida Power.& Light celebration came to a rousing
close Saturday with enthusiasm
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: : that failed to be dampened bf
DuPre asked the Council to intermittent
Co.Bradford showers. HomefolkS

To Stop recommend to the legislature = and visitors thronged Call Street
iTMt. amendments which would: 1.) [ er for a full day of gala events that
Allow Florida Power
&
Lightto included a Fashion Show at 3

,, ,, renew service to premises + a i p. m., Final Parade at 3. anJ
r TransportingClay which it had served
previouslybut
fiddling contest at 5. Most OD-
from which service had been servers declared the Saturday

.ra. discontinued fora time, and, crowds the largest ever seen la
Students 2.) would permit the power Starke.

company, with city sanction\ to Designated ar Old Timers and

If children from the Kingsley hook up to customers in isolated Homecoming Day out of town
snow WINNERS: Patty Lawson and Joan Chitty (tied Lake" area attend Bradford Coun factions of the city which would visitors were received at the

for most beautiful costume; James A. Lewis (best looking men'soutfit ty schools next year it will be be inconvenient for the city to Woman's Club during the morn-

); R. F. Demorest (most authentic men's costume); B. C. up to Clay County to furnish serve. ing by Centennial Belles in old-

Hoitzendorf (most! comical men's outfit); Mrs. Winton Parrish andaughter d transportation for them. The Council, making no com- .. fashioned costumes. The visitors

(best mother and daughter); and Airs. R. E. McBlain (most This was the effect of action mitments to DuPre, turned the signed a special register and
by 'the School Board as they issue over to City Attorney Arch Rain failed .. were presented Centennial souvenirs -
authentic to scatter
women's costume). In front: Connie Chasteen (best girl'scostume the
tackled the out-of-county student Thomas Jr. for study. The atrecommendations crowd and served refreshments. '
that lined
), and J. Roy phasteen (best boy's). Freed Call Street as
problem in torney's Noegel The courthouse
a special meeting are to Centennial's final parade got 4 Plead Guilty nquare was

.--- '" .,- Thursday. be discussed at the next Council under way Saturday afternoon. jammed with spectators for the
; 'The move will throw at least. meeting, May 21. Huge horse-drawn colorful Fashion Show, sponsoredby
wagon pictured -
tr C .,,- ... '' ... .. some of the burden of supporting After seeing that the Council ty Grand JuryCharges here is filled with "pio- In Circuit Court Sisters of the Swish, .at 2 p.
these children on Clay County. attitude indicated it would give neers." m. Costumes of all periods dUring -

,': School Superintendent Harmon little ground. on the power Lv the past century were displayed -

Morgan said this action will sues, DuPre said he would not in two Defendants in four casen an as men, women and children
save Bradford County at least rape cases paraded before the judges
even bring another
up amend- escape case, an aggravated assault
$5.000 the fizzled out Monday as the Circuit and were to the crowd
a year on depreciation ment he had been asked to sub case, and two non-supporl described

.r and maintenance of the two mit. This would hove allowed Court Grand Jury refused -S cases pleaded guilty before over a loud speaker system.A .

buses required to transport these Florida Power &: Light-- ti>, hook to return indictments after con- .. Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur shower as the parade was

children.. "- ---*- up to1 prenlsesivIthlfi'30feet sider rlnythe ?accusations'as 'pre-=' pll1 r d ::. .-. formtagj&ejtargjjn.the form ; m.: tenoned;
Morgan 'and W. C.. Powell reported of those they are r lovely gowns, worn
--- --------- presently 'serv-
that they attended'the l This idea anted, by the. complainants and Judge Murphree ordered. a pre by, Queen Sylvia Paulk and her
ir ng. wan greeted witha
; other witnesses. sentence investigation for RoberBradnwell t court but the parade went
r r meeting of the Clay County big laugh from Council on, as
x,11: a 1 school board Monday and were mem- Freed from the charges after S Negro, who pleaded all good shows must, and the rain

convinced that the Clay county bers.The the grand jury returned no true .54r guilty to aggravated assault let up jur.t in time to prevent
city bill
1 which passed the Bradwell accused of ,
? shooting another a wholesale
bills were drenching. Several
people were not going to contribute Stanley Noegel, Starke
Senate
a last
Ir.+i ...w any tuition or other outside week, requires that used car dealer and Thomas S. Negro on June. 15;; 1956,, new atttactions, 'Including 'motorcycle -
f type of compensation for these power companies obtain Whisenant 17-year-old soldier. f .i was charged with assault with intent police from ,Jacksonville,
a franchise
students. from the city before Noegel was charged with to murder, but State. Attorney an elephant and a clown, gave
.r hooking up with any person, industry rap- T. E. the
( Duncan
4L Ted) agreed. parade a different look from
"If they want to come to ing a 33-year-old widow near
or corporation in any annexed to accept the lesser .
,
charge.Bradwel's Monday's opening'ev nt.
r school here they'.will have to areas. Crosby Lake hi the early morning -
a provide their own transportation hours of April 27. She had attorney, MackPutch. A return' of rain at. 5 p. m.
," Powell said. DuPre] requested that- the part claimed 'the offense took place requested the pre-n ntenc e forced a quick change of scene
about a "person, industry orcorporation" after investigation. for the old-timg fiddling contest.
By sending out school bur.jsto the pair had been in a
ft- cat to these out-of-county areas i it be changed to prem group which had visited several Forest Knight. Negro, pleaded scheduled for the courthouse

I looks as though Bradford County ises. Otherwise\ he said, if a restaurants and night spots near a puilty to escaping from State,. grounds. When the sudden 'downpour -

was anxious to have these customer moved out of a build Starke. Prison custody and was sentenced started, the musicians grab.

.. ti. students said. ing the power company wouldbe to one year in prison. The bed their instruments and fled
'Morgan The
denied the right to serve any complaining woman was .:.1 new sentence will be added to to the courthouse. The crowd
Morgan said that State Farm one else moving into that building the only witness to enter the followed and
the present 20 year term Knightis the session was continued
and Keyfitone Heights would nol unless the city would grant grand jury room in the Noegelcase ;I wrving for second degree mur in the 'courtroom, which
be affected this resolution because though 19 had been sub-
by
them
franchise
J. a to do s9.A der. was soon packed.to capacity.
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they are already furnish poenaed. The others were discharged Lively clown Renee'
.. proposal of DuPre'a that Behelerof I High spot of the fiddling contest
ing their own transportation.All the word "franchise" be changed shortly after the grand Florida Reptile Land and Pleading guilty to non-support
came when
to E.
four members present tc "franchise or permit" seem, jury had finished hearing her. formerly with Ringling Bros., charts were Perry Kite Jr., Dock) Andrea 94 B. (Uncle
-year-Nil nativeof
W. C. Powell, L. T. Johns, E. A. to have the favorable sentiment Whisenant. was charged 'with added a comic touch to Satur- former I Starke policeman. and I, Bradford
Sapp and H. A. Lawson voted of the Council. DuPre argued statutory rape of a 16-year-old day's festivities.Before Horace Gunter. Both were sentenced i !in lake County, now living
City was
+ tor the measure. Chairman Dan that the requirements for obtaining girl. The girl accused him of. to six months in prison the courtroom and brought up to
entered the
t FCIItCI'S Starling was absent, and Vice- a franchise would tak being intimate with her while Sentence but Judge Murphree said that contest at the last minute with
Chairman Powell ded. deal he was in Starke on a leave commitment would withheld as
pre a great of time in cases rem his memorable
-- -'<'n. .' cently. long as each of the men paid a version of "Sol
which his Probe Is
company was granted OrderedIn diers Joy." The crowd
certain amount for the was visibly
ATMOSPHERE was added to Saturday's parade by "genu Crippled Children's permission to serve isolated cus Whisenant, stationed at Camp of their'children.weekly relieved .when Uncle Dock finally

",lot'" elephant! loaned by Florida Reptile Land for the occasion and tomers. Polk, La., returned to Starke. Fo.rgery.Case support appeared In the courtroom, for

ridden by Miss! Jo Smith. Surgeon SpeaksAt Even if he had the okay o f voluntarily to face the charges.He it had been feared that he mightnot

Rotary ClubDr. the Council, the officials of his is married and.has one child. Pay Raise.- be able to get up the long

-.J .1____.....__'.__.._....-1. >--A................. _, ....... company would not let him g o The grand jury went into clos Circuit Judge"John A. H. Mur courthouse i'airs after the con-
1 r Harry Collins, orthopedic ahead with serving these customers ed session about 10:30: ,Monday phree sentence Tuesday ordered a pre- A special local bill, introducedlit test was 'moved inside. Uncle .

surgeon with the Crippled Child immediately because of the morning and returned its find- investigation for 'J. M.. the Legislature by Sen. W. A. Dock, who says he has been
ren's legal definition of ings toCircuit John McCauley, 24, who pleaded no Shands of Gainesville if
Commission in Jacksonville "franchise, 'Judge A. passed, fiddling since he was seven years
s was guest speaker at the Rotary he said. H. Murphree about 3:30 p. m. contest in two cases of forgeryand will raise the pay of State's old, was introduced to the cheer-

Club Wednesday. He showed slide The Council members said they; The members will remain impaneled uttering a forgery.McCauley's :. Attorney T. E. Duncan to 12500.() ing audience by his nephew, Lex

1 and discussed various types of interpreted the word franchis until the next term of partner in the check I! Duncan's present $10,000 salaryis Green.
Ar cases that are under treatment to mean and indicate court deals Vernon D. Crews, 18, was
1 permit paid by the six counties comprising Until Uncle Dock appeared, it
by the commission.The they were willing to make thi John F. Jaudon is grand jury placed on three yearn probationand the Eighth Judicial Circuit seemed that the contest would

speaker was introduced by change, since the city would sti' foreman, and J. M. Edwards alternate turned over to the Navy.Crews : Alachua Baker Bradford, le won by red-bearded Earl Hoi-
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Dr. A. Y. Covington who had I have power to grant withhold pleaded guilty in February Gilchrist, Levy and Union. (Continued
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foreman. The other to _
charge of the program.Centennials the permit. members -, two charges of passing the
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are L. D. Vining H. G. checks and a pre-sentence investigation -

: 1 1I Stokes Guy Harrell, Robert W. was conducted. Uncle Dock
Plav First Home Game McCauley represented Tuesday ,
Moa!ey, Edwin T. Prevatt, Rob-
by attorney Lex Green withdrewa '
ert McRae, George Shuford, G. not guilty plea he had placedthe Plays Again
I
/ 4.-' f Against Fernandina Saturday NightThe W. Rivers, H.- C. Wynn, Carl W. previous day and pleaded no I

at Ritchie, Burke Ellington, J. W. conic!,*.. Green requested Judge I ,

Thomas, Joe S. Starling Fran Murphree to order a pre-sentence
'j Starke Centennials, primed Zack said that
investigation.
: exprofessionalsstud
r 1 cis H. Norman L. J.
JRH i NSlUB[ ; for a good showing before home-I the lineups for all of the Kite andS. McCauley and Crews were ac-1 riI

: } town folks will make their first other teams in the ,league whereas G. Denmark. cused of .forging: the name of AT

.league appearance in Starke Sat- this 'talent has been unavail C. Williams, Starke jeweler to i

urday night I when they take on able to Starke. But he felt that Lowtey Negress two checks which they'passed in 1; d

Fernandina Beach in the Brad- even without this advantage the January. One check for $16.25

ford High Stadium. local team can hold its own. Gets 70 YearsIn was passed to Homer J. Brinson 3

-, ,...., .. .. ,n-- .. I 1 11,.. .... r 'n .-... I The opening game of the home "We have ,strengthened several and the other, for 22.70, was

GIBSON GIRLS Joan Chttty ,and Avian Harley ride atop a gailydecorated season will get underway as Mayor positions" Zack said, as he expressed Knife Death passed to. L. 1C. Childs. I

Thunderbird chauff ured by Dutch :Mathens. W. T. Jackson tosses out the confidence that the team J In another case, Ralph Mitchell -, _4 .
first ball at 8 p. m. in the stadi- will be more than.'a match for Negro, pleaded guilty to i ,

Motel Group Urged To Push U.S. 301 um. Fernandina Saturday. Minnie Lawson, Lawtey Neg aggravated assault en his wife, x
Manager Sam Zack was optimistic Lineup for Saturday will be: less last Thursday was sentenced Lucretia. The woman was Injured ,> fS

Some of the efforts Planne'Ito ; ",,ots at which the highway is about the team's chancesfor Pitcher -. r Randall Davis or to 10 years In prison after when struck by a bottle 5 -.1" h ,fr
winning. "I expect to win;' Jack Hazen. pleading guilty to manslaughterbefore thrown by Mitchell
promote U. S. 301 were out- losing traffic and what is being
Zack said. "We look better Second Bas Harold Circuit Judge L. Mitchell .
Davis. Morphree
every George Judge placed
lined by C. A. Gray director of done to remedy the situation at ti
lime we play. First .Base Edwin Johns. Patten., The'woman.. had been 'on probation for three anda s t. I
for the these i
301
promotions Highway points. Gray told the motel f
The Centennials came on Catcher charged with murder in the half ordered him to
Jack and
he that is up -. Hazen .or Jim second years
Assn. as spoke to'the Brad- group it to the benefitof
the short end'of the score in Godwin or Lemuel wm lAm!I. degree In the knife death of pay the medical and hospital expenses -
ford County Motel 'Assn. Tuesday everyone on the road to. pro-
their first two'games in the Center, field her common husband RUfus of his wife.
in the Garden Reriaurant.Gray mote the highway as the best J...G. McGriff law ,
North Florida League's .scn, Jr.I or Edgar Akridge. Moore.

reporting on the associations route. but were edged out by only nar Third base Vic Frees or> The Lawson woman at first SINGING CONVENTION: ...,.".,.. -. '"
The Bradford-Union -
in Allandale S.
CJ; last meeting week, told of some, of Gray urged the group to push row margins in .both of the high Ray Goldwire. claimed that :Moore was accidentally convention will meet Sunday(ringing, May FEET STARTED TAPPDltf .when E- B. (Uncle Dock) Andreu, 94-

the points at which signs, information for four-laning, pointing out the scoring the contests.In Left field Ovid Bennett killed during a. playful 19, 'at the homecoming of-Oak year-old native of Bradford Comity, struck up a tune at the fiddlingcontest
opener against Green Right field Sidney Jackson. scuffle, but Sheriff P. D. Red-
booths highway in the vicinity'of' Starkeis Grove Baptist Church for an all
and other improvements Cove, the Centennials lost 12-1) Short stop Wiley Coley or> j dish said she later changed her Saturday afternoon. His guitar accompanist is J. E. .Hollingsworth -
the roughest between day meeting. All Interested in
were .bf-4t planned. point and against Macclenny lost of Lake;Butler who second in contest
they Byron Newcomb. story and admitted 'stabbing him invited to at placed Joe Wood
He also told' t/t some of the Baltimore and Sarasota. gpspel singing are
64. Admission will be 50 cents. during an argument tend. took third place, and Mrs. Julia Rinkella, 84, placed fourth.

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editorial Diary last Sunday.Mr. .
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Sam McGamy '
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and Donnie were baptized Sun-

Looking Back And Ahead decided to run them through the by Mrs I,'. Al. BIcllae Uy Sin. Lacy Normaa day afternoon at Black Pond.

market, so that the FF A boys :1/A S8I. S1BTI && & AWe &UWjuVW A & LA Mr. and Mrs. Albert Normanand

During the past several months The Tele- would get the commission, but had a good attendance at Mr. and Mrs Dick Starling, children, with Mrs. Bettie

graph has been doing a lot of prying into the at the same time we were ,wond' Soil ConservationNEWS Pine Level Baptist Church last Ellen Norman, and Rev. and Mrs. Starling and children, went to
ering if by the time we did that Jacksonville Saturday afternoonto
past old records, old papers, and interviewing Sunday morning with *many George Chism attended the sing
we might lose We had to the Vernon Griffis home
money. visitors. Glad to have where
Mrs. J. F.
for
in
old citizens preparation our spe- pay $8 for hauling, and then communion Lewis back with ua after her were with us at Long Branch they enjoyed a birthday supper

cial Centennial issue. fees, so we did a lot of By BID Baas recent illness. last Sunday.. in honor of Paul Norman and

Perhaps the greatest lesson learned from all worrying. Anyhow, H. A. had the Boa CoDSerV OA. Service We are sorry to report that Saturday guests of the Yougan Vernon Griffia

this research is that towns like Starke, that weight almost exactly right Laura'Lfle daughter of Mr. and Padgetts were Mrs. Robert Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof

have .survived the .hard knocks of a century, Well, the Centennial Celebration (within six pounds) and his price A request for. ,a complete soil Mrs. Johnny. Liles, stepped"-on \a tin and children, and Buddy Jacksonville were weekend

don't "jusf happen." Back along the way, someone Week is over and it was was within $5 of what we got and water conservation farm broken fruit jar and cut her foot Johns and sons of Highland; also guests of the L. M. Normans.
fun ( well through the market so we de- the J. T! and Willie
as as work for
a num- plan was made W.- seriously. She Padgett Mothers
by J. Studstill was rushed to Day services
lot of a
and
Pinto ut a lot of effort, a planning ber of cided that he really knows his families. were en
and Starke
people)
received on his
doctor
place located and is
south of recovering satis joyed at the church
Sunday
making the town grow: and prosper, where a lot. of free publicity.And cows and prices. Starke. We factorily. Rev. Mills of Jacksonville filled with
were the prizes given to
discussing oldest
the
other towns faltered and failed to make the the best part Of it is that different types of pasture grasses Mr. and. Mrs. John Roberts his appointment. with us Satur- Aunt Esther Willdnson, mother knownas ,
most of it is recorded, and someday The lucky ones got the $4 bean when Bill day night This Saturday night
remarked that he of Melrose were Sunday afternoon Aunt East. She must be
grade.Since people will look at the market while it lasted and made Rev. Harvey, former pastor. cf
earliest Starke to have pic- felt that Pensacola
its years seems Bahia grassis visitors of .the H. M. Mc- a hundred or over. The youngest
tures taken this acme money, but then almost Highland, will preach for
us.
been blessed with a type of progressive leader- past week and overnight the market went bust the best all around pasture Raes and H. H. Lewises. We attended '. mother was Helen Hardee Star-
exclaim at
as we did over the old- Homecoming
ship that was determined to keep the town mov- timey pictures. and there were a lot more beans grass you can get. He said "It Sunday visitors of Mr. and Long Branch last Sunday and ling, and the one who had the

of .The .' than : greens up ..early'Js1 the spring Mrs. H. H. Lewis were Mr. and most children was Mrs. MaebeU
ing forward on an even keel. Old issues buyers. and stays late in the really had a wonderful time
, Telegraph tell an interesting story of these men The increase of about two cents fall. ,Mrs. A. J. Fouts and H. P. Pouts meeting old friends and makingnew Norman.

and the efforts they put forth the planning, a pound in the guaranteed priceof Now we understand that the of Lakeland, Mrs. Pearl Newsome ones. We were disappointedat Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight
The Bradford Soil and Mrs. Lizzie end children of Baldwin
Livingston and
tobacco will help ,this season. price of Irish red potatoes is Conservation' not having Rev. Sam Watson visited
promotion, advertising, and developing they did Saw some good tobacco growingout bouncing back up, after being so District has got a new fertilizer 'son of Ocala, Mrs. Alice Crosbyand with us, aa formerly announced, friends and relatives here last

to keep the town on the upgrade. The goingwas In the western section of low down that growers were spreader. The old spreader last- aster, Mrs. Roberta Lamb, but circumstances prevented.Rev. Sunday.

rough at times, for Starke had its share of the county. leaving them in the fielda Sawa ed seven years. With good care of Tampa,' and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Higdcn, the pastor,. delivereda Several from1 here attendedthe

set-backs and disasters, but after each one, these lot of potatoes being gathered from the people,_ who use it; and Lewis of Starke. The Fouts wonderful message, however. Centennial parade in Starke

men were successful in pulling the town up by Had a nice via't with :Mr. and down around Federal Point and whose money bought it, the new family and other visitors were Next Sunday we will go to Oak last Saturday.Mr. .
Mrs. Sam .Whitehetd Hastings where most of the spreader I should last as long its and pressing ahead.We : who area
own bootstraps of crop has been planted and corn not longer than the old one. All here to enjoy the Starke Centen- Everyone is invited. June 9th will and children, and Mrs. Alice Aus-
good example fine Bradford
that this spirit .
are happy to say same County farmers. not and sorghum is up and growing. the equipment the District has nial.We be Homecoming at the little Clay tin and sons 'of Daytona Beach
Although
survives in Starke today and in a large measure farming the he used to, Mr. under its supervision was bought were glad to have Rep. Hill Church and we hope to visited here last weekend and
way
accounts for the marked progress made in recent Whitehead still has tobacco and Saw' a pretty sights over just with your money.' So, .when you and ,Mrs. DoYle Conner back hate a good crowd for our young attended Homecoming. at Long

years. The Centennial celebration that closed other crops' and still keeps busy. south of Green Cove Springs; they carelessly tear up a piece of with us at 'church last Sundayand church. Branch.

would have flowing wells over that way, equipment you are just wasting enjoyed all the good singing)
last Saturday is a good example. It have lIe has one of the biggest barnsin I
abundance( of We weathernow. .
which means an your own money. are, having good
Starke's 100th the county, and he 'flowed us
easier to have let
been much water, and there are many pas- Some rain and beautiful RID YOUR HOME OFPortable
old hollowed
an out log '
cypress ,
birthday pass with a mere notice in the news- tures of clover there, with lots sunr&inel: The folks here are still
which he said is about 200 years Jack Jones of Lawtey was dis- \
paper, but that would not have been in keeping of cows chewing away just try- gathering strawberries and have
old. Said is was used a long time
theother
of the when opportunity ing to keep up with it. cussing grasses day nice vegetable gardens. We haveso
the traditions past, every ago to strain syrup. They loadedus . .when he said "I have tried them much to be thankful for. $ s OO PESTS $ OO
was seized upon to make Starke better known. down with home-made saurige all and still think Pensacola Ba .

As a result of the Centennial celebration, and a mess of berries, before we Got trouble with mole crickets? hia is the best grass for a little '
left. Here's a way to get rid of them, YYYYYYYYYY YYYyYYYYYYY'CLAY f'ato'ulie Pressure Dispenser with sufficient amountf
familiar with man. Willie Reddish also plantedsome
there' are thousands of people now 'Hesays
according' to one. "expert.
the name and location of Starke who didn't even While out gathering materialfor the thing to do is flood your Pensacola pasture.Don HILL ) non-harmful solution to rid your home of all Pest in first

know the town existed several months ago. The land' and then get some ducks.
the Alice was dirving '
paper 30 minutes. Jiill.aU FI -ing and crawling inserts in 'one applica-
results of the newspaper, radio, and television along the sandy road that Jeads The water will float the "puppy Champion, Farm Foresterfor l.y Mrs J. I. StrickluiiiiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

publicity received by the town will showing from SR-100 to New River station dogs" out of the dirt and when Bradford County, states a lot tion. .-0' "
they are swimming around, the of folks-have been asking aboutan ,
results for years to come. It is advertising that when she got too close to .
valuablefor the edge of the road and skidded ducks will gobble them up. orange colored powder show- Elgin Lang and her nephewand
and is all the more
cannot be bought, and got ruck. Albert Moody, ing up on their pine trees. He niece, :Mr. and Mrs. Leonard

that very reason. who lives at the start of the Heard a good one about! the says this is Fusiform Rust which Harris, spent part of last week STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

This is only one of the by-products of the road on 100 helped Alice get the man who sent off for a guaran- attacks both Slash and Loblolly with relatives in Illinois.

Centennial, h<{wenr, and certainly not the main car out He thinks something teed flea killer. He got two lit _Pines. It tends to deform the The Floyd Peelers of Jackron- Phones 45 and 333Case

As Governor Collins remake in his should be done about improvingthat tie flat boards, with instructionsto' tree rather than kill them. ville were recent guests of Mrs.
purpose.
road. place the flea between the Peeler's parents, the Lonnie ,
Pad-
of week-long
address here on the opening day our :
i boards and then slam them shut! getts.
lifetime of Came upon E. L. Crawford -
Centennial provides '
celebration, a a *
Well we have to admit thatH. Recent guests of the Strick- .
memories for people and oldsters alike. He The cattle raisers bedding-uo his land to plant and << Records
arguing
young A. Lawson knows his cows. were lands were Mrs. Scott and others\ r
said that he remembered Tallahassee's Centen- We had three calves and 'whenwe about Black Angus, Hereford.- asked if he, has any trouble with of Jacksonville, and our daugh- {. 1..J of A Chiropractor
the large amount of organic ma- :
nial as one of the highlights of his boyhood, and went to see H. A. about .hauling and Brahmans and it got to be ter-in-law, Dottie Fields, of :New .
battle. One who i- 'terial he turned uhder. He lit- t. 'By Dr. H. G. Bellinger
a man ?
quite
and do them tothe FFA Sale for us. Jersey.
he was determined to come to Starke he mid he would do that for us. against the Black! Angus, snorted: up a smoke leaned on the tractor Saturday guests of :Mrs.: Gertie t I Case J-501
make the celebration a memorableone wheel and said "No i/I/ :
his part to steering ;
is that ifthere's.
."Trouble with them
or buy them. So we. upped and Faircloth were her daughter; : .; Woman, aged 60, had ,a weak heart
trouble and land is in a lot
for theyoung people here. said, how much. Well, H. A. sa'.l1 a fly within 50 miles, he'll my Kate, Mr and Mrs. J. D. Wm nEon t for 10 years and was carrying a Mood

Like all celebrations, the Centennial cost the three would weigh 1,201') Ihs.:: go get: en a black coal"! better shape"hIoward and J. D. Rafuse, all of -' ...7'; pressure of well over 200. Patient was

money, but it was financed by the Committeefrom (which we thought was hi.zh; ) N\t tot.e outdone the Angusboorer Jacksonville,* and the Buddy ;kji,. i1 l\ and .
overweight complained of nervous.ness
the sale of souvenir plates, hats, ties, and offered us SI 25 for the lot. COw replied: "Sure, sure Bissland, biologist with Wilkinsons of i Hugh.
most they got a lot of flies on them. the Soil Conservation Ssrvice, Weekend guest of the Strick- and fatigue after slight exercise of any kind. Taking
etc. all of which are items that
badges, We did some figuring and thenKEYSTONE That's because they're tender!" says Florida has 2102 managed lands included their daughter, drugs produced other symptoms so patient consulted a chiropractor -

people will want to save: to bring back memories farm fish ponds. They are owned Betty Brumbelow, of Jackronville, who located a pressure on the spinal nerves regulatingblood
'of the celebration. They cost no more perhaps &&& A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4HFGHL1GHTS of Florida's, 59
by cooperators Mrs. Walter Land and daughterof pressure! and heart action. Patient was amazed at the

1 less than the average person spends inone Soil Conservation Districts. Tampa, Felix Cole, and Mrs. speed of recovery under chiropractic care.

day 1 at the State Fair or the circus in a Successful fishponds' bring recreation Mosley, also of Jacksonville.
For further information regarding benefit,
how much better to have fun and pleasure to the own- ,Spending the week with the chiropractic
neighboring city, so ,
By Mary I\. Schae ffer, licit Editor ers, their families and friends.An Richard Langs were Mr. and phone or write to the
is being
know'that the spentto
home and
at money %
) iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA unsuccessful' one is a disap- Mrs. Gene Lang Dave Lang, the
worthwhile celebration and gain ,>AAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA* DR. II. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRAcTIC' OFFICES
stage
help a pointment. The test of a suc- Earl Langs and baby son, and

widespread 1 publicity for the town. When all Fire Dept. Drive To Begin July 1. on Tuesday evening, :Maj 21, at cessful pond is simple. If the Walter Lang and children, all of 728, E. University, Ave. 426 N. Walnut St.

expenses are paid, the profit left (ifi any) will One of the most, worth-whila the final meeting of the 1956-57 fishing is good; it is a good fish- Tampa.

to into a fund for a new Chamber of Commerce drives of the year will begin season. All members are urgedto pond. Mr. and Mrs Homer Smith Gainesville Phone 6-3238 Starke Phone 108

off ice.and community building. July 1 and continue through Au- attend. and daughter of South Carolina

The heart-warming sight of hundreds of gur.t the Annual Drive for the Summer Kound-Up spend the summer in Keystone,
Keyston ,Heights Volunteer Fire! It's time" ,
for "Round-Up again -
former residents returning to Call Street which is also their former home.
Dept. In connection with the 1957 Tuesday, :May 21, is that all-im-
the final l day of the celebration, together with The Andersens have been livingin
drive, it was agreed at the :May portant day for children entering
the colorful parade, the toe-tickling: fiddling con- 7th meeting the Firemen that school in the fall. Be sure that Texas, and wiU be transferredto their

test, the hilarious beardshaving contest, and a Fireman's Ball would not be your child or any other child Puerto Rico following

the final impressive pageant all combined to held this year, but tentative 1 you know who will fall in that vacation in Keystone.Nelson entertainedwith IT'S UNLAWFUL :

make a grand finale to a memorable week. It plans were made to begin and the category is on hand at 9 a. Mrs. Lu foursome at bridge on ,
House, a .
drive with an Open m. at the school house. This an-

will be a long time until the next Centennial, to be afternoon. Guests included -
finish with a Block Dance nual event'is of great value both Monday ,
to know that the town made Mrs. Jean Fox, Mrs. Betsy
and glad
we are held on the Fire Dept. .premises. to the parent and the teacher. Rice.
the most of its first. Annual Drive Committees were Mrs. Bill Belote is in charge this Hackman, and Mrs Edith

set as follows: Publicity and and has done an excellent The N. W. Hardenberg home
up year
Lakeview Drive.was the scene For Any Person Persons to in
Printing, R. N. Sunderland job of planning and arranging,. on Sunday or Engage
on
SolutionDuring J. family gathering
A Suggested Chairman; Open House, C> so won't you please cooperate? of a Hardenberg's

Bastedo and N. W. Hardenbergh, This week's news is not com- honoring Mrs.

the past 100 years the residents ofBradford joint-chairmen; Solicitation, .Cor- plete .in any sense of the word mother,. Mrs., Si: C.Mabel Prior Hiers to com-, cf Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
Millican; Charleston
County have solved many problemsand bett Terrill and Tommy but apparently no one knew Heights on

righted many wrongs, sometimes over seem- Block Dance, Bob Fiertz, Chair- that yours truly was pinchhittingfor Mother's ing to Keystone Day, Mrs. Hiers had A r.

ingly insurmountable odds. But all of the inequities man. Mrs. Young, while she is on via'ting her other childrenin
Who's New In Keystone? vacation so,' nobody calledme been The Name Is
have not been set straight, and as we enter Carl Jacksonville, who were also Registered
Mrs catchascatchcan.
Speaking of Drives, and it was F.
Starke's growth, we find at the reunion: N.
the second century of Fendrick and Mrs. George Schaeffer She has asked me to do this present Re- -

many circumstances not just as they should be. local chairmen of the Clay for three weeks, so if you have Hiers Hyatt H. J. Hiers,their_and, Mrs.families. .

These are problems for this and the next generations County Tuberculosis Society, are something you want reported, nee older ,Mrs..and Hiers_ spent the -;;. e s

to work on and solve to make this a more attempting to compile a City don't hesitate to call that same The remainder of the week with the .$, '7i' .- < ,.' ,
Directory of sorts, for_ the purpose old number 4127.
to live. returningto
perfect county in which Hardenberghs, before
Christmas
condition that has been with us for of sending out Personals v her home in Charleston.
One
November. So far,
. many years but which Bradford Countians feel their Seals main come source of informationis Your correspondent, Mrs. J. Read This Florida Law
line Russell Young, has gone to'
is not right is the existence of a county the current Telephone Direct-
assist
Bridgeport: Conn. to her >
Lake thus making which is not new. The Clay \
Starke and Kingsley ory,
between daughter who is transferringfrom "It shall be unlawful for
any person or persons, as defined herds to
which for all praeticapurposes Electric list furnished them was ,
lake something the of Mental Institution DAEBKSTARKE
the' area faculty a -
it is not a section of Clay County. incomplete. If you know of any near_ Bridgeport to engage in business as herein,defined, under a fictitious nine as herein defined

The out-of-county student problem has newcomers or if be you so are goodas a the faculty of Miami University, FLA. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
please
brought the location of that out-of-place boundary newcomer to call either- 4127 or 2412 and in Miami, as of June 1. Mrs.Young's clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

line to the forefront. Because of that line tell them about it. Thanks. Gertrude Younfg mother-in-law, who spent, Mrs.the SUN., MON., TUES., with registration shall consist'of filing,with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

these students are by law residents of Clay Catholic Club Meets winter in Keystone Heights with MAY 19-20-21 signed by !all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

County for which Clay County gets local funds, Wed. evening, May 8, a Cov- Rev. and Mrs. Young, returned DOUBLE FEATURE all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest .
held at
even though they are accepted here as Bradford'sown. the ered Recreation Dish Supper Hall was adjacent tc to her home in Middletown, Del., Gun The Man DownWith of each, and the fictitious( name under which said business is carried
'wants these students to attend at the same time, so the two
No one else but the uncompensated St. William's Church, for all ladies could travel together. James Arness on. Said registration may not be made until) the person or. persons desiring,
school anywhere the -
our school parishioners. Following sup Miss Jane Reynolds spent this AND to-engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
has been placed on Catholic
of the
for burden that per, a meeting
week at the home of her sister,
facilities by the growing' number of students Club was held, with Herbert. Nel- Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas'and' fami- The Bottom ofThe their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

from out of the county presents a problem which son presiding.On ly in Gainesville. BottleWith (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

should be faced. Sunday William's, May Altar 12 the Society ladiesof Dr and Mrs. John E. Davis Van Johnson where said registration is to be made, and said I registration shall not be

For all intents, and purposes, the.people of held St a Bake Sale after Mas left home last at week Rehoboth for their Beach summer, Del. Also Cartoon accepted- by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

the'Kingsley Lake area are citizens of Bradford and since it was to the likingof such publication.
Mrs.
Herbert Nelson, Mrs. Ar-
do they send their childrento people, they will
Not only so many *
County.
thur
Ryan, and Mrs. Everett Fox '
MAY 2 .23 >
WED. THURS.
trade here belong to make is a regular affair. specializing ,
but they
school here went to see ,the sights in St "
churches and :clubs and take part in all of in such items as coffee cakes, Augustine last Thursday. Mrs. DOUBLE FEATURE If
our in business under
break- engaged
rolls, and other are
,
our activities. doughnuts fast baked goods. Weekendersfind Ryan, from Chicago, Is currentlythe Case of the you any name

''the time the residents of this guest of her daughter, Mrs.
., About only this arrangement especially Red Monkey
Nelson.
section are brought to realize that they are, not convenient. Mr. and Mrs. John Bird of With Richard jConte other than and have not had this

citizens of Bradford County is when they receive Episcopal Bake Sale Okinawa, former residents of ANDLEATHER your own, name
Tomorrow ,(Sal) the ladies of
from Green Cove Springs /
taxnotices Keystone Heights, will be coming
faced with a problem such as having St Anne's Episcopal Churchill, home again soon to see their son, SAINT
or are hold a Bake Sale ,near the post and Will be
advertised
their children barred from Bradford .schools. office. Mrs. William B. Dawson Paul Lloyd Bird, graduate from WithPaul Douglas properly registered, we

The solution to the problems, such as the will be in charge. the University of Florida this Also Cartoon
Spring.
Their

school line issue, ,is which Jto move are the created line farther by this to Misplaced the- Final PTA PTA MeetingThe ,of the Keystone activities Heights family Margaret, will'also Bird daughter be Andersen on hand, Mrs.and for FRL. SAT., MAY 24-25 glad] to give all necessary Information as to

will wind year's
the section will be a part of Bradford up: the graduation
east, so that and then will DOUBLE'FEATURE t.

County by law as well as in practice. The Opposite Sex

This has been suggested by the School Board, THE BRADFORD. Co iU TY TELEGRAPHEST. With June ADyson what you should do.BRADFORD .

and probably scoffed at as impossible in the light 1578 -
AND
of practical politics. But we feel that now is ILOkIFADER c IA.. OLDEST, WEEKLY NEWS ,
..
the time for serious thought about .this project PUBLISHED: THE SAME: CONTINOUSLYER MAITHEAD. VERA CRUZ

to be started, and the residents of Bradford With Gary cooper COUNTY TELEGRAPH'I
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERPO SECOND ,
AS CLASS .
County and Kingsley Lake to begin generating MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER \ :Also Cartoon & Serial
THE ACT OP MARCH 3. 1S7S. .
about.
pressure to bring it

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>FRIDAY ajAY 17, 1957 BBADFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABKE, FLORIDA> PAGE THBES t tI
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,yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Mrs. W. N. Eubanks in Panama I Sunday guests of*Mr. and Mrs., 1 Floyd Parrish and family of Lake ryyyyyyy..y". "........"''t"l'.y.. .., stationed after spending two ()f Gainesville called by for :Mrs.!( Paul. Jones of Cocoa visited
Dan W. Starling. | ]Butler; and Mr. and.:Mrs. Robert weeks with his wife and "
City parents.|]tfora Layfield Sunday lo have wt.1: his parents, Mr. fczrf Mrs. 1
LAW lE Y Mallie Prevatt of Jacksonville+ Misses' Ruby 'John! n, Gwen ]Diamond of Green Cove HAMPTONBy Mr, and Mrs. Albert Morris (iinner at their home on pie lake.I I'H. F. Jones, over the weekend.
spent the weekend with Mr. and and Alice Raulerson, Ronald An- .Mr. and Mrs Ed Durban and moved to Gainesville- last Friday. .

Bin. T.lo"uicbAAAA Mrs. John Brown and Mrs.. Senie drews, Larry Anderson, Clifton IOns had, as' guests during the Sirs. D. E. 1HH They resided with Mr. Morris's
rfj Joyce '
,
Prevatt.' Cannon,' and Rev. Marklee attended 1 weekend Mr. and Mrs. 0.J. Boy- mother, Mrs. John Parker while

AAA.AAAAA.AAAAAAAAA ,Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wise o:! a sing at Midway near -tte of Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs.I I>AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMothers in Hampton Will.Sell At

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whiteheadand Alabama are visiting Mr. and Lake Butler on Sunday afternoon: ]Raymond Williams of _Jackson- ] Honored Mrs. J. 'L._Williams, 'Russell
and Mrs. Joe Harrell. 'riHe and Mrs. Williams and Williams .
Mr.
daughters visited :Mr. and lira Ralph Wise and sons. son The Baptist Church presented and Frank. Williams
:Mrs. W.' P. :McKinney In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbellwere former residents of Lawtey, and Prank of Hampton.Mr. I the oldest mother, Mrs. Mamie were Sunday guests of Mr. and
on Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green, a Baptist Minister ."and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson :Mead, the youngest mother, Mrs: :Mrs. Ed Durban in Lawtey.

Mrs. Stella Yarbrough of Jacksonville Sydney Williamson in Gainesville of Jacksonville, called on Mr I and daughter'spent Sunday with I IPolr. red Curtis, the mother with the |' Mr. and Mrs. Emery Sparkman
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly on Sunday and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
was a Saturday guestof during the weekend. and Mrs. Leon Thomas inj:most children present in both 'I
Mrs. :Mamie Futch and Floyd Mr. and 'Mrs. ,M. B. Futch of afternoon. Jacksonville and brought' Mrs. ,services, Mrs. Law of Theressa, Myers and son, all of Jacksonville AUCTIONTimber
Mr. and :Mrs. Preston Green Jacksonville called on Mrs. Senie ,Mr., and :Mrs. Fred Cannon Katie Padgett home after- a, 'visit and the mother with the youngest Mr. and Mrs.; Carl Brownof

have had as recent guests Mr. Prevatt Sunday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Julia Hingson had as 'with the, Thomases.Mr. baby, Mrs. ,Charles Hicks, with New River and Mr and'Mrs.
and Mrs. Grant Green and daughter : .' and Mrs. J. C. Pringleand guests during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reynolds a beautiful corsage. David Brown of Hampton were
of Palatka were and Mrs. Hingson of Live Sunday guests ,of Mr. and Mrs.
of Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. family Goodley I o'f Baldwin spent Sunday with Mr. ,The c. L. Mays were hosts
and Mra C. S. Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. D. Brown.
Mr. ,
guests of and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and'Mrs.
La.,
Dan Thomas of Morgan City, at a going away at At-
Mosley and family on Sunday. HIngston of the State Farm.W'llkersonTaylor Lomie Mosley.. supper Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks
Mr. ant :Mrs. V. H. Thomas and kins Restaurant near Waldo
Crawford and Merrill of Orlando were weekend guestsof
family of Miami. :Mrs Green's Mrs. Jack Mrs. ,Sam Hicks spent Thursday given in honor of their, son,
were shopping In Jacksonville Mias Annie Taylor, daughterof Mrs. Hicks' mother, Mrs. .Ma- Marked With Yellow Paint On
parents, Mr. and :Mrs. F. C. and Friday with Mra Georgia Richard May. Those present
Miss Gloria and Mrs. Carl Taylor of mie Mead.
Richard; who have been visitingthe on Saturday. Mr. ; Harvey at Whitehouse, and with him and the Mays ...
were
Wilker- and Mrs. W.. and
them Mr.
home with Jacksonville, and Berry T. KIng ,
Crawford came
Greens for sometime left Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan in Mrs. Richard May and Melody,I C. M. Phillip's Farm
and Mrs. Andrew of Jacksonville week
for the weekend. son son of Mi sons were
Sunday for their home in MiamiMr Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May, Mr. .
Dr. O. F. Paul of the Music Wilkerson, were quietly married end guest of the D. E. Hills.
and :Mrs. Roscoe Stratton James Strickland is a and, Mrs. Robert.Cox and Shannon .
University of Florida April 27th in Folkston, Ga. The The D. E. Hills left Sunday
and Mrs. Allie Harvell of Pikes- Department patient in Doctors Hospital in Mrs. May Sweeney and Connie Located Route 100 7 Miles- -
''Irvin was the weekend guest of bride was attired ma white dress, afternoon to catch a plane for
ville, visiting the' Starke.> James Starling of 'Fort of Gainesville and'
Ky. are Mr. and
Mr. and Mra. H. H. Hamilton.Mr. overlaid with silver net and 'called homeon Fallen, Nevada to attend the West of Starke
Mays. Benning, who was Mrs. J. W. Home.
and Mrs. Woodrow Callan trimmed in blue, with white ac- funeral of :Mrs. Hill's father,
Sgt Jimmy Bennett, who is and family of Kingsley Lake cessoriea Her only ornament wasa + account of her illness, returnedto Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond, Percy Mills, who died Friday, i SALE AT FARM
stationed at Ft. Bragg, N. C.,, spent; .Sunday with Mrs. W. L. string of blue 'crystal beads. camp on Friday. and Mrs. Leaston Forsyth and May 10.Mrs. : \,'
.. spent Thursday' and Friday with Mills Jr. and family. Mr. Callan I Those attending her were her The Rowell Prevatt' family daughter were Sunday visitors : Evelyn Hicks and children -
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. to: the home of Mr. and :Mrs. i
First Miss of Jacksonville the
filled the pulpit at the 'parents and a brother Leo spent 2 P. 1\1.
and Mrs. Mitchell Brown.' Baptist1 Church at both morningand : Betty Anderson, Mrs. Andrew Ernest Southerland in Lake Butler Harry Baker of Keystone. Air- weekend with he? parents, Mr.

Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Devore and evening services. They all Wilkerson and daughter, Buna, park.Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox.
family and H. Everett Futch visited Bro. Mills in Jacksonville and, the Jamef\'Wilkerson family. Friends of C. J.: Phillips will and Mrs." Irving Young Miss Jessie May* Brannen of TUESDAY MAY 21STJ.
visited Silver Springs on Sunday. Convalescent Home in the afternoon Misses Annie Lee and Carolyn be interested to know that he and son of Valdosta, Ga. were Bartow and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Morris and found ,him, very much Crews, with the L. G. Crews entered St. Vincent's Hospital weekend guests of Mrs. Verna Brannen of Hampton were Sunday
were Sunday dinner guests of improved in health and anxious family of Heilbronn visited Mrs. last Thursday for observation. He Young., dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Odom, Jr."SuperRight" 1
:Mr. and Mrs. Kline Wells in to- be coming home. Babe Crews at the home of Mrs. hopes to come, home this week- Leaston Forsyth left Thursday J. W. ""Brannen.
Jacksonville.Mr. af- has two for' Ft :Meyer, Va. where he is Mr. and
Sunday guests or the D. B. Alma Hamphill on Sunday end. He found ex-Lawtey- Mrs. C. H. Layfieldi

and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks : Thomas family were Mr.1 and ternoon._n__ Mrs. Crews was feeling; ites. Miss Arthurine Blanchardand -
spent the weekend with Mr. and I Mrs. C. W. Bluff, Mr. and Mrs.I rome better at this time. I Ben Rowe, are also patients = --
Mrs. E. N. Shiver and Mr., andCOLONIAL R. L. Hawkins, Mrs. Jewell Faulk Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley I in this hospital. Mrs.;"Phillipa and ''
and daughters of Jacksonville, had as guesta.during the weekend j family and Billy Gaskins visited Short Shank Fully CookedHams"49 4-

and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. of Mr. and .Mrs. A.J.. (Buddy! ) ]him on Sunday.
Starke. Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Those attending homecomingat
Lester GriffLwho has been Starling, and Mr. and Mrs. Drew : tong Branch on Sunday were C'I

serving with the Army in Germany Starling all of Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shutord, --
is, visiting his parents,, their daughter, Jackie, of Jack] :Mrs. Sam Hicks, Mr. and Mrs.; I
O. J. Anders and Billy, Mra
Mr. and Mrs. Mann Griffis. sonville.
FLORISTPHONE Misses Judy Betty, and, Mr. and :Mrs. Landon GrttfU James Waters and sons and the

Frankie Wainwright and Mr. and of Jacksonville spent the weekend Leonard Prevatt family.Mr. I II
Jack- and Mrs. and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins II
218 Mrs. Doc Wainwright ot with his parents, Mr.
fionville/ and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin Griffis. of Jacksonville spent Sunday I
Wainwright .Waycross visited Mrs. Mary Reddish had ;as with the Bennett Wilkison family. i

(j) Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwrightover Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy The Leon Brewer family of
Heights visited Mrs. I LARGE
the weekend.The Reddish, Mr. and Mra Mrs. Keystone .
Erlie Padgett family visited Bobby Reddish of Webster, and Autie Brewer on Saturday.Mr.
FLOWERSFor their grandfather, Mr. Doug Mrs. Jimmy Brown: Godwin and and Mrs. Ed Carter had A&P Sliced or WholeBeets
las, in Lake Butler on Sunday. family of the State Farm. They as Sunday *guests daughter Mr. and Mrs and: TENDER FAT HENS Per Lb. 41 1 c
and
All Occasions Mrs. Selma Eunice, who staysin all visited Mrs. Eve Godwin in Nick Pope and I .
a convalescent' home in Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital 'in the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers
DISH CcARDE'43 during the week, spent afternoon. Friends of Mrs. Eve daughter of, Jacksonville.Mrs. .

POTTED PLANTS the weekend at her home. Her Godwin will be glad to learn that; Susie Norman of Jack-
r.on-In-law and daughter, Mr. and she is recuperating rapidly froma ronville, Mr. and Mrs. .Simeon

POTTERY Mrs. Tom Barry and son of Nashville recent emergency operation.Mr. Phillips, and Miss visited Debbie Mrs.Phillipsof 0., J. QUICK FROZEN SWANSON T.V. DINNER '

Tenn. arrived Sunday forweek's and Mrs. Gary Thompran Maxville .
Flowers WiredAnjwhere a vacation. They picked of Ocala spent the weekend with Phillips and family on Gainesville Sunday. II.

Jimmy Georgia Eunice College,up Cochran at 'Middle Ga. the Richard. aqd Mrs.Bryant Leon family.Mr. Starlingand spent Ronald the Andrews weekend of with Marklee TURKEY BEEF CHICKEN per pkg 15c I II II

I and brought him home for the family of Jacksonville were; Raulerson ,
Nona St. Starke Saturday night guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C.,Johns and \ lAbCall \
day.Mr. Kimbrell had+ 10c11\11
Ronald and Sonny ,
and Mrs. H. T. Markhamand and Mrs. George Shuford. I the weekend+
Starling as guests during
family of Gainesville were Mr and Mrs. Leon and I
Sir. and Mrs. Clifford Johns
Ie. .. ...,.- and family of Jacksonville were family' Mrs. J. E. Hinson and+ A&P ...
__ ,_ : '. \ i Saturday' night guests of Mr. {
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns and
Shuford. ,
and Mrs. George -


L Mrs.at A the Steve Mother's home'of Starling,i Day\r. and Sr.dinner,,Mrs.was: held Luther for family guests Mrs, during Leona all of the Jacksonville.Edwards weekend had:Mrs as I INSTANT COffEE'6'4z' Jar $119

Sunday. Among L. L. Wainwright and family of .
Hilliard on
those present were Mrs. Raymond the State Farm Mrs. Bryant Sunnyfield Long 'GrainRICE
Suber Mrs.: Jap Ogilvie+ Tucker and family of Fernandina,
Wainwrignt, and :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards;
Mrs. Louiebelle 3 DIETS BEEF LIVER
Louis Frigo, Mr.: and Mrs. Allan and 'daughters of Gainesville.Dr. OR FISH
Mra Leon and Mrs. Carl F. Rosslandand
and
Starling, and Mr.


1.99.95 sonville.Starling Starke Mrs. and and Daisy Mrs family Kenneth Thompson, all of Thompson Jack of }Sunday'irs.Mr.family L.and afternoon P Mrs.Raf of Jacksonville use Milton with'and Mr.Joan.jenkins spent and ; I DAILY DOG. FOOD 61-lb cans, i 43c .


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and family of Jacksonville were
1 and son of Lake Butler
Tb ,
hQf weekend guests of Mrs. Lulu
Mrs. L. S. Tan
visited Mr. and
.ter small Wednesday. Friday guests I Dority.Mr. DEL :MONTE: 10-OZ 2 FOR
do ner on I
wn p a ymen f of the Tanners were Mr. and and Mrs. Earl Teston had .

Mrs.Heilbronn.Rudolph Sapp and son of E.as Sunday J. Tyner guests of Sanford Mr. and and Mrs.Mr.. I KETCHUP 39c 2-lbPfeg. lieI !

Glenn Saturday Starling night of Jacksonville with his and sonville.Mrs. They A. W.all Teston visited of Jack-their 1 I j fl'I II'I

spent father, J. B. Teston, in Bradford
cousin, Mitchell Starling.Mr. "
County Hospital in the afternoon. ,
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Higginbotham
and Mrs. J. C. .
and daughter of Maxville Friends of Mrs.. Edwin Mosley GARDEN FRESHYELLOW ,
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weekend guests of Mr. and will be glad to know that she DEODORANT BATH SIZE '
1 1 1 were returned to her home on Saturday

Mra Friends Nathan of Starling.Lee..Green will re 'from Bradford, County for SQUASH LB.10c

home.gret to Those learn visiting that he him is ill duringthe at hia patient Hospital for where several she days.had been a ZEST 2 39 ,' Iii,

weekend were Mrs. Sallie FRESH TENDER V VWESTERN
iy..n ,
ry.l
and -
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Knapp of Jacksonville, Mr.
Mrs. Albert Smith and the Clifton 'il'

and the Carter Marvin family Green of family Maxville of, NORTH 'SIDE GENTLE, LARGE SIZE LETTUCE 2 for 29c

Middleburg.Mr. By Mrs. Carl BrownJjAAALAALAAALLAALAAALA I
and Mrs. D. G. Wttkerson IVORY'SNOW 33 NEW CROP
had as guests during the week I

end the V. D. Wilkerson family, Sorry that :Miss Cecil Conner
Mr. and Mra Clinton Dixon, and+ is in the hospital. Joe Ann :Me CUCUMBERS 2 for .15c !
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ballentine, all Daniel is also on the sick list IJ
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of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. A. ,R., Sapp attended I
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Friends of Blaine Teston will Homecoming at Long CLEANER 1-LB BOXSPIC'N FRESH !
regret to learn that he has not Branch last Sunday.Mr.

week.Bradford improved much County since Hospital he entered last' Clark Ellisville: 'one and day Mrs.visited last Reed week.Misa Faulknerof Dora SPAN 1TA&P GREEN ENGLISH PEAS LB 1.9ci'l! i'l J 1


COOL COMFORT I draft.free cool air Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith entertained Sunday 'guests of Mr. and Mrs '
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with a birthday party P. B. Johns were Miss Jo Ann !

honoring Miss Shirley Mitchell Bollard, Mr. and Mrs. Azure S GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS LB P
on Saturday evening.Mr. Johns and family, Mr. and Mra. FROZEN FOOD 10c
DRY COMFORT removes,' muggy moisture' and Mrs. S. D. Andrewsand Vernon Johns and family of I
I daughter of Wildwood visited Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Harold *

the Fred Moores Sunday eve- Alvarez and ,sons, and }..Ir.and GOLDEN CUT, 10-OZ PEG. FRESH LONG GREEN NEW JERSEY f

CLEAN COMFORT I filters the air nin. Mrs. Ivry Thompson. t
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence }Mosley Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins 2LB
1 ASPARAGUS 1Qc
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and family and Mr. and' Mrs. and Aunt Mary Gaskina were CORN 2 for 27' '
Marion Tucker and eon of Jacksonville guests of the Guy Rosiers In .
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were Sunday guests of :Macclenny: Saturday night.
1olr.and Mrs. Dave Tanner. Happy birthday to Gale Martin L1BBY'S FANCY HpypppryPINEAPPLE.
Mr. and :Mrs Bobby :Mitchell Gregory Alvarez, Betty Tet-

ONLY of Rliode L and, who are movingto stone, and Mary Jane Clark -
rsj-7 f YV i Jacksonville, visited Mr. and all celebrating last week. A&P FROZEN ORANGE JUICE z can 27
Mrs. Milo Smith last v.'eekend.Mrs. Church activities Monday,

199.95 Howard Martin of Titus- Junior Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.
1: ville is visiting' her mother, Mrs. m. Thursday, Adult Choir rehearsal JUICE of' 6 59' ANN PAGE '

lore the :': e Handy Manning. 8 p."m. Tuesday, Arsociational .. I
heal woref =. 1 TonSHEPHERD'S =: -Mr. and Mrs. Ed Manning and Brotherhood meeting at Highland
family spent the weekend with Church 7:30 p. m., Wednesday SALAD DRESSING' Qt t
Mrs. Emma Glover in Ocala. Prayer 'Meeting, 8 p. m. Friday 45c
Jane Parker Luscious ;
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s -Vernie Padgett and daughters Visitation, 7:30 p. m. P. .f
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray Mr.and Mrs. S. C. Harley, ANN PAGEGARDEN '

Gel right capacity cooling Jin Jacksonville last weekend. Mrs. Shirley Gaskins' and daughter CHERRY ,
for.your home In acompact Mrs. Jack Pens and family of and Rev. E.. C. Harvey attended -
RCA WHIRLPOOL Tallahassee' spent from Friday Dedication Services of anew RELISH lO-oz jm: 23c -
until Tuesday with her parents, church building at Black'Pond
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant 'Reddfcfc.Mrs. last Sunday. PIES84nch I

vINMAN Reddish returned home' with Miss Eva Clark of Lake City ....... -- -- ... ... I
RADIO & TV them for a visit. visited her aunt, :Miss Dora Clark

.4 Mr. and Mrs. Otis' Brewer announce last Sunday.Mr. : I 412 Can Street

D. GREEN, Owner the birth ,of a daughter, 'and Mrs. Whip Racine,, Each. 39<<: \ Starke, Florida II

Teressa Anne, at Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walker andMr. ....--.- -...... ,,
Phone 239 Starke, Florida. Hospital on Saturday., : and Mrs. Sam Bonvissuto of I I I'
,The Aaron Sumners' had 'as 1 I Jacksonville were Sunday guests PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 18

weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.,1 of the I*. M. McDaniels. Ii

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PAGE:FOUR I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; STARK, FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 17, 1951

a

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I Elementary PTA- filed against you by the PlaintiffIn

.' the above styled Court and you
are hereby required to serve a

4 \ '. _ Installs, Officers copy of your answer and pleadings
\ upon Charles A. Williams. Tubbs
C4 Building, Melbourne; Florida Attorney
a ; The Starke Elementary PTA for the Plaintiff and file

7 E4b' held a covered dish supper and the origins: answer or pleading in

I uj ';_ election of officers at their final tire office of the Clerk of the

.Lwe" : :._ l.w4, Circuit Court, Bradford County
.
of the
meeting year on Tuesday Starke, Florida on or before the
4' t
evening at the Cafetorium. 10th day of June, 1957. If you fail
Gladys Mooty : l to do so, a decree pro confesso will

4.- LN.Jt:;. -, Rev. I. E. Enlow gave the devo-' be taken against you for the relief
t 4
Phone 35
demanded in the ComplaintWitness
.
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: ; tional and Mrs. A. N. Holliday,
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_
ii 1'f- hand and
'. my seal at
the 'meet-
- -- - f n- president, presided over
rrii11 --Sr srrrssssss.3Mrs. i this 6th
.'-I-I-l- -- L Starke Florida. day of
7
: ing. It was voted that next school May 1957.Charles .

First Baptist CirclesWomen's Carswell Feted ::1At ; : $', -4 year the PTA will meet the first A. Darby
: gg Clerk of Circuit Court
a Tuesday evening of the month
With By Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Birthday PartyEd 1. .
circles of the First L q-; __ __ instead of the second Tuesday as 5/10 4t 5/31

Baptist Church met this weekas ; in the past Miss_ Madge Middle-

follows: Carswell was host Tuesday i ton's first grade room won the

The Lottie Moon Circle Mrs.J. evening at a party honoring his room count prize.

D. Doyle, leader, met Monday wife, Janie Avery Carswell, on : .4- Those appearing on'th pro- .

night at the home of Mrs. E. F. her birthday anniversary. Their ; gram were Patsy O'Brien who FLORIDA

Miles. The meeting was presidedover home Avery Inn, was beautifully '2 : played a piano solo, Patty Kay
.
by the leader and opened decorated with Easter lilies, peo- L. Ii d ) ; i 'i't and Tommy Tyons who sang a

Mrs. nies, and Queen Anne's lace for t., J 4 duet, and Barbara ,and Beverly
with devotional and prayer. 4. .,., $ Lfe ..I
Russell Norman, program chairman the occasion. -- ---- ----- -' -- McRae who sang a folk song.P. THEATREFRI.

presented the program a Refreshments of ice cream and Woman's Club May Breakfast At speakers table during' the Woman's club annual' Slay Day film. T. Noun activities principal, showed cafe-a
on within the
discussion on the "Christian cake were served to those enjoy- Breakfast last week were (I-r) Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, general chairman teria
during the Florida Products
this occasion with the honor -
Home." The family altar was ing of the affair; Mrs. p. Washburn, president Florida Federation of Week. & SAT., MAY 17-18
stressed and each home encour- guest and host: Mr. and Mrs. Marks Golden AnniversaryThe

aged to establish one if not already W. H. Nollman, Mrs. Bertha Women's Clubs; Sirs. C. L. Scholl, president Starke Woman's Club. Mrs. R. F. Demorest Installedthe DOUBLE FEATURE

doing so. Reports were Pearce. Mrs. Maude Fields Mrs. fiftieth anniversary of the miniature doll dressed in the styleof Pictured above is cast depicting history of Starke Woman's Clubin following officers: _Mrs. A. N.

W. G. Haile, Mrs. J. M Mitchell Starke Woman's Club was cele- 50 Holliday, president; Mrs. Harry
p perched
given by the chairmen and a love years ago on top
! pantomine at the May Day Breakfast: (standing, I-r) Miss Hatcher Jr. Mrs.
Nancy
gift sent to a missionary. A social Mrs. Millie Lou Clark, and Mr. brated Wednesday. May 8, by club of a styrofoam bicycle which vice-president;

hour was enjoyed after the and Mrs Arthur Williams. members and their guests at the covered with Pinocchio mums in Bates, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Mrs. A. R. Nor- H. A. Bishop, Jr., recording secretary

meeting. annual May Breakfast with Mrs.C. shades of yellow. Down the lengthof man, Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs. E. A. Hall, Mrs. F. J. Pellum, Mrs. ; Mrs. J. L. Chitty, corresponding -

Methodist WSCS M. Washburn of Tampa, presi- the table'were yellow day lilies Seated'lr secretary; and Freeman
% H. B. Peyton, Mrs. A. R. McRae, Mrs. Kate Sheppard. ) Register, Jr., treasurer. '
Florida Federation of with
dent of ,the ir-terspersed
The Ethel Biggs Circle met Installs OfficersThe greenery.'Placecards Airs. W. H: Hart, Mrs. Carl Roberts, Mrs. Reddish Andrews, and
Women's Clubs, as honor guest. marked the seating arrange-
Monday night at the home of
Betsy Matthews, foreground.R. .
The theme "The Egg and I. ment.
its leader, Mrs. J. W. Ritch. Mrs. officers for the above named Court and cause and
following
was beautifully carried out in the Gold and black souvenir pro- and you are required to serve a
Earl searing had charge of the Methodist WSCS were recently in- copy of your answer or pleading to
program and led the devotionaLThe stalled for the period June '57 artistic arrangements of early grams were handed to all guests S. Mullins, Mrs. A. Russell the club. Mrs. W. B. Parks was the complaint on' the Plaintiffs ,

summer flowers placed at vantage as they arrived by Miss Mary Norman Mrs. Randall Chitty giyen special recognition for her Attorney Louis T. Ransom 608
program was on the "Chris- to June 58: Consolidated Building, Jackson- -&wun
the club house. Matthews.Mrs. -'
Agnes
points throughout
Mrs. F. J. Pellum Mrs. M. W. services ,as house-chairman duringthe ville 2. Florida.
tian Home" and those
taking President, Mrs C. D. Williams; Tall pedestal baskets filled with J. W. Kincaid, social chair- Mrs. '
Mrs. Bitch Mrs. Sear- Cressler, H. B..Peyton, ,Mrs. past years. and file tbe original in the office of PLUS
part were. recording secretary, Mrs. Claude gilded magnolia leaves were man, welcomed the guests and W. H. Hart, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Scholl presented Mrs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

ing, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Harding.Mrs. Bradford, treasurer, Mrs. John A. placed at either side of the sunroom recognized Mrs. Carl Roberts pre Mrs. Carl Roberts, Miss Nancy before the 27 day of May 1957;
Washburn, ,who gave a short talk otherwise the
in allegations of laid'Complaint
Haines led the '
group Torode; secretary of promotion, doorway. The 'stage was a sident of the Junior Woman's
Bates, and Betsy Matthews.Mrs. before installing the following will be taken as confessed -
prayer, reports were given by Mrs. J. W. Andrews; missionary virtual flower garden with a white Club; Miss Nancy Bates, presi- M. F. Patrick, executive officers: Mrs. A. R. Norman, by yon.

the chairman and community education, Mrs. J. F. McComb; picket fence .across the front dent of the Little Women's Club; secretary of the Heart AssociatiQn This netlce shall be puom'.ed once
president Mrs. H. B. Peyton 1st
; each week
mission projects for the month Christian social for four consecutive
relations Mrs. blossoms.In and members
entwined with of State
summer Farm Community
of Jacksonville, presented an vice-president; Mrs. H. H. Adams weeks In the Bradford County Tele
announced by Mrs. Hall. Bertha Pearce; Weslyan Service the back center stage wasa Club, and their guests. award to the club which was 2nd vice-president Mrs. E. A. graph.'

Guild, Unit 1, president, Mrs. beautiful doorway in the shape Mrs. H.B. Peyton introduced the accepted by Mrs. Scholl for out- ; Dated this IS day of April, 1957.
Hall 3rd vice-president; Mrs. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
Sylvia MillikenTo Paul Bridges; Unit 2, Mrs. R: cf an egg, outlined in delicate past presidents who were seatedat standing accomplishments duringthe 'Foster Shi Smith 4th vicepresident Clerk of the Circuit Court

S. Mullins; Youth Work, Mrs. T. pink ruffling. Flanking the door- the speaker's table. Mrs. R. heart fund drive. I' Miss trea- By Marian I*. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Dorothy Ross
Wed In JulyMr. T. Long; Children's Work Mrs. way were white trellises entwined A. Green presented a gift to Mrs.C. ; 4/26 4t 5/17
Mrs. T. J.Griffin was presented surer; Mrs. C. E. Johns, corresponding -
W. B. Thompson, Jr.; Spiritual with pink blossoms and greenery. L. Scholl, out-going president NOTICE TO iPP ran
and Mrs. J. A. :Milliken of as a Charter member of the secretary; and Mrs. Steve I. Clrrvlt ,.rt. Bradford
Life, Mrs. W. G. Haile; Literature White wrought iron garden furniture as a token of appreciation of CeiBty,
Ocala the engagementof Mother's Club of the year 1906. Simmons, recording secretary. Flerldai I. C...<<".
announce and Publications Mrs. L. D. : on the stage and large golden services rendered the club duringthe Henry ?* Hoover Plaintiff, vs.
their daughter. Sylvia Louise, Mrs. W. E. Middleton was pre- The following members of the Mittie
Green; supply work, Mrs. Foster butterflies placed at intervals past two years. Miss Sylvia May Hoover Defendant.
Robert Romans sented as the first president under Little Women's dressed in Case No. 10-2178
to 1st Lt. son Shi Smith Status Club
of
I ; Women, across the stage curtains helped Paulk was introduced as the flfotfce, T. AppearTo
of Mrs. Catherine Romans and the charter issued by the State Centennial costumes
Mrs. H. H. Adams Circles appropriate : Mittie May
; : Circle carry out the chosen theme. Centennial Queen. Hoover whose
the late Arthur Romans of St. 1 leader Mrs. Drew Legislature to the Starke Woman's served the tables: Misses Shi Ann residence'and address Is: Unknown. "Magic Fluke" Cartoon
Ratliff the 180
The where the
tables breakfast Mrs.
; dining Following E. You are
Club in 1922 and hereby notified that
Clair Pa. Circle 2, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman; members and their guests were: L. Matthews. program chairman was Smith, Mary Agnes Matthews fer divorce a suit .Last Chapter of "Mystery

The bride-elect is the grand- Circle 3, Mrs. L. J. Green; Circle seated were centered with antique I presented a program based on the given a corsage. Mrs. Wash- Sylvia Paulk. Patricia Pellum has been filed against you In the Island"
'was above
burn the honor guest also named Court and
daughter of Mrs. A. L. Sullivan 4, Mrs. C. R. Bradford.Methodist Gayle Rowe, Carol Jennings Gin- cause and
containers holding bouquetsof history of the 50 years of pro- i yOU are required to serve a copy of
orchid
and the late Mr. Sullivan, former summer flowers. At each place gress of the club. The pantomimewas presented an corsage. ger Jones, Clair Jean Mundy: your answer or pleading' to the
Kincaid thanked Mrs. J. Martha Van complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney SUN. MON TUES.
Mrs. Landingham, Betty
residents of There She ,
sa. gradu- "
Circles Set setting were favors of decorated written by Mrs. E. A. Hall I Mack S. Futch, p. o. Drawer 943.
A. Griffin and all chairmen and Ann Simmons Frances Landrum
ated from Ocala High School and Starke Florida MAY 19-20-21
egg shell dolls, and the speakers and narrated :by Mrs. R. F. Demo-
the Orange Memorial Hospital Meeting For May 20 table held a handsome elongated rest ,accompanied by Miss Joan members of their committees for Virginia Jean Darby and Maxine and fUll the original in tfte ofnc ,
"
of the Clerk
the Breakfast such Andrews. The delicious breakfastwas of the Circuit Court on
School of Nursing class of 1955. making a 17
arrangement of golden grapes and Furlong at the"piano. Those taking or before the Uth day of June I -AUDE
At present Miss Milliken i.assigned Circle 1 2, 3, and 4 of the yellow chrysanthemums 'inter part were Mrs. R. R. Andrews success. Mary Agnes Matthews prepared and served by mem- 1957; otherwise the allegations of ? ,, I
-H
said
to Lackland Air Force Base Methodist W. S. C. Mrs. Griffin bers of St. Mark's of Complaint will be taken ai
S.
will meet spersed with gold tinted greenery. Mrs. P. L. Bridges, Mrs. E. A. acting page, presented ) Auxiliary confessed by you. I

San Antonio, Texas.Lt. Monday, May 20, in the educa. Centering the arrangement was a Hall, Mrs. Arthur McRae, Mrs. with a lovely corsage from the Episcopal Church. i "his notice shall be publishesonce ... .. ...

Romans is also stationed at tional building instead of May I weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele ..- PLUS \

Lackland.The 13 as first planned. graph.
James Arness.StarsIn Dated this 6th day of "Pest Pupil" Cartoon
wedding will be an eventof All members of the four circles Child DetentionTo (Official Seal) Charts A.May Darby 1957. -

July 4 In San Antonio. are urged to attend the Film At Park Clerk of thll Circuit Court ."Courtship of The Newt" -
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
meeting and
covered dish lunch- Be Topic 01 5/10 4t 5/31 Special I

eon beginning at 10 o'clock. \ Television star James Arness t

I L k This meeting will take the placeof Regional Meet moves to the screen to play the IB Clrralt NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR Cosily, WED., THURS., FRI.. ,
the two Florldat IB
: scheduled meetingsof role of a young rancher in "Gun Caaarery.
Marilynn L. Shamplne, Plaintiff, MAY 22-23-24
TS.
each circle for the month of w the :Man Down" playing Sunday, James A. Shampine Defendant.

May. Well. I must in The' problem' juvenile detention Monday and Tuesday at the Park Case No. 10-2176 DOUBLE FEATURE
that after
say suffering stroke :
( spite a light will be the principal topicat Notice To b Bear '
of being 100 years of age, the last week ... See Norma Jean the third regional meeting o( Theatre., To: James A. Shampine. whose JAMES NATAUE SALDEANWOODMINED

.. t ""'" Altar Society Holds old town really cut some mean Adams pinch-hitting as recep- 10 Northeast Florida County The story centers around Ar- andria residence Street and address Carthage is:New 992 Alex-York. N

Banquet capers last Saturday to bring tionist for Dr. Adams while Eve Children' Committees to be nesis' attempts to get revenge.on You are hereby notified that a suit
; InstallationSt. Centennial Week to finale Godwin outlaws and his girl friend. for divorce / .
a grand is convalescing after two has & _
held at the Sidney Lanier Ele- beenfiled against you In the .
Edward's Altar .. Everything ,went off on surgery in Bradford County Hos- mentary School in Gainesville i He catches up with them in a above named Court and cause and
Society helda rmiJ
in of few show- western town and after you are required to serve a copy of A UU-\
banquet schedule spite a pital on Wednerday of last week little ,
and installation of of- beginning at 9:30 a. m. May 24. your answer or pleading to the
ficers at Barry's restaurant Tues- ers sprinkled in between events .i. Betts and Guy Andrews and The purpose of the'meeting"is outshooting a hired gunslinger, complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney I WAKNCRCOLOR

day evening. and it was a day that will >e son, Tommy, have moved into to discuss and, investigate he kills one of the outlaws, The J.Building Donald Jacksonville Gibson" 100 2, Floridaand Smith \_ mWUC lllillClAl"t.WIDI B8CS. WJ

/ Mrs. Joe Wallace long remembered by young and their new home on West Madison the juvenile detention needn of other and the girl take refugein file the original in the offlc AND

_--' How .. following officers folowing installed the the old .. The USO was packed for i ... Carl Marilyn, and Cur- the region." Dr. Florence Jennings a valley where Arness relentlessly of or the before Clerk the of the 10th Circuit day Court of June on

you dinner: president, Mrs. the final Centennial dance Sat- tis Roberts will move Friday ,--newly elected chairmanof follows them. 1957; otherwise the allegations of ""

Stefanelli Henry urday night and among the ex- from the Stock house on La- said Complaint will be taken as WINNER SPECIAL OSCAR
; vice-president, Mrs. _the Bradford County Committee confessed by you.
can killbrds Ogden Bates; treasurer, Mrs. Callstreeters mingling with the fayette to the Adkins house at said. Staples Street Corpus Christie This notice shall be published HOMINATWH FOR lEST ACTOR"rJ

Louis festive home folks were Jack 436 N. Walnut .. Hear that Texas. once each week for four consecutive
Dean; secretary Mrs. all children detained weeks In the Bradford County Tele'graph.
L. "At present You hereby notified that a milt ..
3 C. and Ros Williams of Gainesville; Paulk at are BY
Humphries. Sylvia sang .the Speakers in for divorce custody control and
overnight or longer
Nat and Gus'Sternberg., Day; Ball in Tallahassee Wednes- these counties are placed in support of minor child has been (Official Dated this Seal)4th Charles day of A.May arb-, 1957. OVERWHELMING

with Executive tona Beach; Martha and Harold day night.... filed Clerk of the Circuit Court
I stone BoardThe county jails. By considering this named DEMAND!
and Owen and Cookie against you In the above By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Wall Attending the American Legion mutual problem together the chil- Court and cause ana you are re- 5/10 4t 5/31
Griffin, St. Augustine: Elizabethand Quired to serve a copy of your an- da_
It takes 3 kinds of insure executive board of the Jacksonville Convention in Ft. Lauderdale this dren's committees of this area swer or pleading to the complainton In The .
CoMty Jndcc'e
J. R. Boring Co rt In
ance to protect your homeas Starke Garden Club will meet and weekend will be Arch and Jean hope to discover way and meansof the Pfelntlff's Attorney and For Bradford Count, Florida. BUD
Perryman
Beach Comer Daniel A. Japour. 306 GuarantyLife
it should be protected. Thursday evening, May 23, at 7:30 ; Jacksonville Thomas Bill and Alyce Graham providing the secure custody Building Jacksonville 2, IB Probate .la tie
o'clock at the Bob and Margaret Barker IN RE: Estate of picture ttat _
Fire. Theft. Liability.But home of Mrs. H. Eloise and Seeber Goodman, S. these delinquent children need Florida

A. Lawson. ; Charles and 'Ruby Shep- G. and Ernestine Denmark, Bud. Miss Jennings said. and file the original In toe office of Guy Notice McKinney.of ,Filing deceased.Petition For made Mm i sensation! _
you certainly don'tneed herd, Tampa; Leslie and Edith the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Final
dy and Lil Bishop, Bill and Wil- To assist the committees in the or before the 10th day of June, Discharge of Administrator
3 policies. Just Ga. Artford and To All Whom It May Concern
: one'Package' ; Decatur ; LilA KAZAN'S
Biggs
Cafeteria AwardedFor ma Kronenberger, and Andy and the Na- 1957; otherwise the allegations or Notice is BUM nmcnei
this hereby
Jacksonville T. study of problem given that I
a Policy-does Doshia Brown, ; said Compalnt will or taken as JOHN STEINBECK'S
Dot Adkins of Gainesville ..2 Its southern have filed my final returns as IF
Assn. is sending confessed by you.
the job. Call us for details. Products K. and Wilma McClane Gaines- Administrator of the estate of Guy
DisplayThe This notice shall be publishedonce
ville Martha McClane Atlanta; Hear that some of the men are tional Probation and Parole each week for four consecutive McKinney, deceased: that I have .EASToFEDEN-

; leaving on their Centennial Frederick Ward Jr. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- filed my petition for final discharge Q| MASOOPWARNERCOLOM
director
Starke Elementary school Sonja and John Anderson and graph. and that I will apply to .....-.. _..n_
cafeteria this week received a Garnita and Charlie Parker, all beards to give Starke a little from Austin Texas, to serve as Dated this 2nd day of May 1957. .the Honorable Theron A. Yawn JUUE HARRIS'JAMES DEAN
more publicity during the Con- OFFICIAL SEAL Jr., County Judge of Bradford
H C. %Wall Agency certificate of merit from Gov. of Cocoa .. A wonderful finishto vention .. Brave souls! consultant.Miss Brad- ( Charles A. Darby) County. Florida on June 3, A. D., RAYMOND MASSEY -8 tw,

LeRoy Collins for its display Jn a wonderful week .. Jennings urged all Clerk of the Circuit Court 1957, for approval of the same and B.WiELA! KAZAN.tWAftOI KOi KM
Unsolved of the week Marian L. for final discharge as Administra
By
mystery : Crosby Deputy Clerk.
Phone: 146 participating in Florida Festival Quite a few hardy souls, whoweren't I ford County groups and Individuals 8/10 4t 8/J1 tor of the estate of Guy. McKinney.. ...
who was ,the Starke oman seen
Products Week recently.The too worn out with all who may be interested in ------- deceased.Charles M. SchmittAdministrator "Garden GopheN'Cartoon
the Dave show Mon
T 200 E. Call Street award acknowledged thecafeteria's the other festivities joined the on Garroway this program to attend. The NOTICE TO APPEAR of the estate
day morning, waving a Starke, IB CIrcuit Curt Bradford Couty, of
Guy McKinney deceased.
"excellence in foster- cavalcade to Cypress Gardenson meeting is open to the public. .Florida IB Chaieerr.
Fla. sign in the crowd when the 5/10 4t 5/31
Starke FIa. ing the promotion and sale of Sunday, where' all Bradford Counties included in this regionare Raymond E. Mus&lano, Plaintiff vs. ATTENTION ,

Florida products and services." I Countians drerfled in Centennial audience was viewed during the, Alachua Baker, Bradford Geraldine Mae Musciano, Defendant IB tke Circuit Court of the Third
I :l ? ... Hear that Jerry Judicial Circuit of Florida, Ift
-i i6t
tu ; t1I Under the supervision cf Mrs. costume were guests of the program Clay Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton Case No. 10-2151 and For Bradford County.la We Will Give Away "Free" A

Hartford Fir Y'bsuranee Sarah Hunter, a display was management .. Among those Colley, serving with the AirNavyat Lafayette, Nassau and Union. Ntle To AppearTo I Chancery. 9x11 Photo of 'James Dean
Pensacola has been promotedto : Geraldine Mae Musciano Walter D. Wood Plaintiff vs.
Company set: up demonstrating with novel making the trip were Ira and photographers Mate 2-c .. whose residence and address is: Mabel B. Wood Defendant. With Each Ticket.

gimicks various products grown Virginia Harris and children % 1215 North 10th Street, Takoma, NOTICE TO DEFEND
Florida. bra and 1Irs. Franklin of New Washington. To: Mabel B. Wood, 440 SeQulne As Long As They Last
and manufactured in, Robert and Barbara Barksdaleand who were patients in You are hereby notified that & Avenue Staten Island 9, New York.

children Bob and Gladys Jersey, MAIL AWAY the complete cult for divorce Notice is hereby given that a .
Bradford Hospital for several has been filed against you Is. the Complaint for Divorce has been ,
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Green. P. D. and Ruth ReddisTi Centennial story lg
auto accident
weeks following an
Gladys Jack; and Wayne Ed- issues of The Telegraph (includ-
made a number of friends Awhile
warda Sylvia Paulk, Alice Faye ing 48-page historical edition)
here and sent a
''StLUSTOM BUILT HOMESPriced Newman. Vivian Garcia, Mela hospitalized wrapped together in special Cen-
telegram to Mayor -
congratulatory
Garcia, Denver and Chessie Dev- Jackson 'on Starke's 100th tennial wrapper and mailed to SPECIAL ---. ONE WEEK ONLYTHREEPIECE

rick and ,children the Harvey friends and relatives anywhere
Anniversary ... Dee Walters
As Low As McCarthys and sons, Maud Mott, In USA for only 50 cents. Bringus .
celebrated her 10th birthday an-
Jessie Chastain, Arvey Maze your mailing list. We do the .
niYersary last Saturday jvith !_ 'J __ liii IIIr *ju_ r1I
and pthers .
Marion Howe rest.
theatre party for 12 friends _
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They enjoyed a picnic lunch and
... Refreshments afterward at I
had their pictures taken in the
$995 the Peek residence .. Bob Carson In Circuit Conrt. Bradford County,
Gardens by the management .. *
the Rogers Company representative Florida I. Claa.c Enroute home, most of them Mabel A. Hillman, Plaintiff vs.
who staged the Cen-,
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'Louis A. Hillman. ..Defendant.
vto'ted the Citrus Tower at Cler-
turama and other Centennial I Case No.21C4
Built on your own lot, including foundation blocks. mont and all report a wonderful for Miami Order of. Publication aid :Notice to P
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left Tuesday
Completely finished on the outside. Inside unfinished time ... festivities Appears State of Florida Toi .
after spending the past two Louis A. Hillman. whose residence _

except for ceiling joists, flooring and partition studs. The Brownie Scouts, 25 strong, months in Starke ... ,and address'is to: Unknown.on .i!_ I ? "
You are required appear 7,1I
We can build any size house from your floor pUn. Or with their leader, Betty Warren, So long .:. see you in.the next. June 3. 1957, In the above ''U_ ,
and assistant leaders; Pat Kauf- I I named Court and cause, jrhereinplaintiff /
our plans enlarged or altered to your specifications.This nan and May Tillman, took an -CarolynMrs. seeks divorce care and i : _

is not a prefab, portable or sectional house. all-day. trip to Tallahassee Tues- custody Bradford of minor County child.Telegraph shall _... -- :: fi _

day with money made from their Alldredge Dies; publish issues.this Order in next four .',_ t.
weekly _
BRING YOUR DEED & DOWN PAYMENTOF cookie sale .. They saw the Rites Held Tuesday Witness my hand and official -r j
seal Starke, Florida this 29th
at
Legislature in ression and were
$25 WE DO THE REST. I day of April, 1957.
introduced in the House and Sen- Mrs. Elizabeth Leathers All- (OFFICIAL SEAL)

ate ... met Gov. and Mrs. Collinsin dredge 83, a resident of Union Charles. A.As Darby.Clerk of said Court SECTIONAL SOFA T

Jim %Walter the new executive mansion County for the past five years, By Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

Corporation where they were the first to walkon died Saturday night in King Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life _
Jacksonville 2, Florida. -
Building
the newly-laid carpeting ... Memorial Hospital, Lake Butler. Attys for PIt. 5/3 4t 6/24 While They

I Kitten Conner (:Mrs..Doyle) was She .was born In .Atlanta, Ga. on -
CALL US COLLECT AT APrEAtI'I. 17995
NOTICE TO
their hostess at a luncheon in Feb. 2, lS7f. Clrralt c..rt. Bradfsr C.utf. Last

the ,DuvaJ riotel, and, gave each Funeral services were held Florida Ia Ckaaccry. .

Gainesville -, FH 2-2587 Palatka EAST 5-5971 a favor ... Six mothers accompa- Tuesday morning in Pine Level vs.Helen Robert Arlene Lee Anderson Anderson.Defendant.Plaintiff, 'I- .;.:.,.; r.' ::1.t'II_. 11'

Cor. Hawthorne & Kincaid Rd. Intersection Hwy. 17 & 100 nied the group on this eventful Baptist Church with Rev. W. E. _- Case 'No. 10-2170
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I trip... Hall officiating. Interment was* Jfotfe To:,*Robert T* Ayycart Lee Anderson whose HART FURNITURE COMPANY PHONE 8(1(

Glad to report Dr. Middleton in the Empire Cemetery at Grove- residence is Corpus Christie Texas,

is able to be up and_ around land. and whose address Is: C/o Duncan
.J.. Furniture Company 1337 South I It .
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I OFFICERS AND CHAIRMEN OF CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONs Women Battle IndiansIn
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Guns of Fort Petticoa"*
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: playing Sunday, Monday ar1

Tuesday at the Florida Theat i-k

-INTHENEWS stars Audie Murphy in the stor'

of a single man and a band. r*

rm-r r.. -"'" rJ r-r w.u --r- -jig r ; .Jk women with standing! savage 1-"

I dian attacks in a battle for .
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Mrs. Ira Corn of Lakeland was Rev. and Mra R. J. Stith and
vivaL
, visiting Miss Madge Middleton two sons of Leesburg, Va. arrived p Ij a ,, .

I and other friends here over the Friday to spend the week- A"-f 1 jLLV An Army lieutenant facir..
: ; I court martial '-
i weekend. endith Rev. Stith's grandmother for opposing hcolonel's

I Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang of I' Mrs! H. L. Brownlee.Mr. 4,1- t -, 1 plan to "teach a lessor"to

Mian4 Is spending this week Stith will preach at the : the peaceful Sand Creek Indians -

.with Mr., and :Mrs. R. B.Alvarezand Sunday morning service in the I '4 Murphy deserts to wan

First Baptist Church. The Stiths the isolated women they must oganize "-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul RajTnond.Mra I
Jewell Faulk and children will spend a month at the Brown- I tTi ;:: in self-defensvj against >?:
'
" inevitable retaliatory raids to
of Jacksonville were week. lee cottage at St. Augustine I t

end guests of her parents, Mr. Beach .while here. \ come.
i* f4\ Kathryn Grant
plays the gir'
Mra. Effie Johns had her
and Mrs. Made Carter Sr. as d ,

Mr. and Mrs. William Epling guests Saturday qvening Mrs. S comes who first to love scorns him.Murphy then .
Hope Eme--
I Mabel Boyer> of Wauchula, who '>
of -
Lake of
Mr.
City were guests son is
and Mrs. Earl Searing last Sun. was accompanied by EvangelistE. Centennial Steering Committee Chairmen: 1st rowr) Madge a fighting pioneer woma-
I JChasteen, Jeff Donnell is featured "'
as e
C. Gary of Miami, and Mr. drews chairman W H. of the Swish Leila S.
Urday for the Centennial. general ; ; Mundy, Queen Contest; Virginia Smith. dance chair ill-fated girl and Jeanette Notein -
and Mrs. Carter and :Mrs.
Henry -
Mr. and :Mra Bob Hammond Randolph Crosby of Maxville. E. L. Matthews, director; S. G. 2nd row: Robert Green, Caravan; Nina B. Andrews, .Pageant chairman;.H. H. a religious fanatic who jed,

of Starke are hosts for ten days Floyd Boone has returned tohis drews III, T. H. Slade, II. A. Bishop Jr.,,publicity; and John A. Torode, historical book. ardizes them all with her re-

to Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Skud- fusal to take up a gun.
former at the
position National

erin of Cleveland, Ohio.; Mr. Skud. Misses Linda Horn and Betty :
erin is Mrs. Hammond's brother: Bank of Commerce in Caruso, and Albert Stefanelliand I I s Council Explores CARD OF THANKS NOTICE TO APPEAR:
: Jackson, Tenn. He will be joined 'II Ctmlr O.rt. Rraar.rd c..r CJ. ,J,*
The guests are staying with the Bob Thorpe of Jacksonvillewere of : : The family of the late Mrs. PlnrfdBt Tm Cka****** I

Hammonds for five days before: by out in his June.family"after school is dinner guests Wednesday Retirement Plan Annie Laura Strickland Johns' Alease L. Turner Turner, Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Willie *
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going to Clearwater where they evening of last week ef Mr. and of : : who passed away April 30, 1957,, Case No. 10-2132
will r.pend a week. On their return Mrs. Augusta Hillman of Ocala Mrs. Henry Stefanelli on the J. For City Police wish to express to their friends I Settee *. Appeal-
and :Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bart- To: Willie L. Turner. whose resi
trip they will stop for five occasion of,Mr. Stefanelli's birthS and relatives their deepest appreciation dence and address is: Unknown.
Hammonds; ley of Jcaksonville were Sunday anniversary. all attended for kindness You are hereby notified that a
days more with the day They and : thoughtful.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William Plans for'setting up a retirement suit for divorce, (care custody
before leaving for Cl veland. the Centennial celebration at : fund for Starke ness, and consoling sympathy, in 1 t1 and control of minor child
Dibbleof Norris. the Stadium that night policemenwere our bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. has been filed against you In the
Rev. and :Mrs. Clarence
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter w started Tuesday night as Errol Alvarez Allen Johns above named Court and cans and -
Virginia
Penney Farms were Sunday :Mrs. Lucile Davis spent :Moth- B Huggins the City Council heard yon are required to serve a copy
Jean, had as weekend guests Virgil A. McGuire.* of
your answer or pleading to the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs er's Day with :Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Stewartsecretarytreasurer.
of complaint the
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Griffin and on Plaintiff Attor.
J. T. Quigley. G. Davis Jr. in Gainesville. inflicting the Florida Peace Officers' ,
and : Assn. neyT.
family Mrs. Alma Comptonof Frank Landrum. P. O. Box
ATTEND THE REVIVAL at Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. Effie Mrs. Emma Pinner returnedto of plants explain the program providedfor NOTICE OF I\TE\TIOV 548, Starke, Florida
Hope, Baptist Church, May 12 her home in Cleveland, Tenn. end well as by state law. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME: and file the original In the office of
Cordray of Jacksonville and Notice is
hereby given that the the Clerk of th41 Circuit Court,
through 19th. 7SO nightly. Miss Jerry Baldwin of Ocala. last Friday after several months d The Council 'members voted undersigned, under the provisionsof i or before the 17th day of June.OP
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert to'have Chapter Z ,953, Laws of Florida, 1957:; ; otherwise the allegations
had I of
Mrs. Harrington :Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starling: ( N. blight, Citj Attorney Arch Acts, of 1941. will register with the said Complaint will be taken *
as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and t of Miami and Mrs. Robert Kin- Thomas. : struck Thomas Jr. draw up an ordinance Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and confessed by yon. a

Mrs. Jack Warlick and Mr. and I ard and children of Gainesvillewere Mrs. Louise Moore has returned B season. putting the plan into effect if 'receipt for Bradford of proof County of publication Florida, upon of r This each notice1 week shall for four be publishedonce consecutive

Mrs. Nelson Warlick of Valdosta, Sunday visitors of Mr. and after spending a month with her of more* all of the policemen are in favorof this notice. the fictitious name of r weeks in the Bradford County-

Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams. Mrs. Riley' Wasdin.Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. county participating. engaged Colonial,in Florist business under at 506 which E. Nona I am Telegraph.Dated this. 14th day of May. 1957.

Mr. and :Mrs. Palmer Williams, and Mrs. Leo Champion, and Mrs. Jerry Moran, in New : : experi Police Chief W. E. Thornton St. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart>> S

Edwin Williams, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. York City. said he believed the policemen R. E. Mundorff. 639 E. Laura St.,, Clerk of the Circuit Cent ,
Lola Garbett and children Marian
: Sole owner. By L. Crosby, Deputy Cler'
Ralph Bryant of Keystone and Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Thompson Out of town people attendingthe and : been wanted to enterthe retirement Dated this 17th day of May A 5/17 4t 6/7
Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy program. D., 1957 at Starke, Bradford -
Jr. and children spent Sunday at funeral of Mrs. Annie L. to the Florida. County, NOTICE APPEAR
Seymour and sons and Miss Nancy St. Augustine. Johns last week were Mr. and of : Huggins The retirement plan which the 5/17 4t 6/7 r la CirCuit Court, Bradford Couatr.

Bates of the State Farm. MAIL AWAY the complete Mrs. Joe Braden, Mr. and Mrs. city is considering was set up In tile Circuit Court of Florida James Florida) U Ckameery.
Eighth Isaac Melton
Judicial .. Plaintiff YP.
Circuit la
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark 'left I Centennial story three big I Herbert Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. B. that by state law in 1953. Under the For Bradford County d Goldie Ellen Melton, Defendant.

Wednesday to visit her parents, issues of The Telegraph (including W. Curry, and :Miss :Myrtle Red- lin, tempera. program the state will refund Richard In Chancery.N. Wiggins, Plaintiff Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10-2192
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mahathy in dish all of Jacksonville and Mrs. followed to1 the retirement fund 1 vs.
48-page historical edition) and : percent Ethel M. Wiggins Defendant. : Goldie Ellen Melton, whose
Stapleton, Ala. and other rela wrapped together in special Centennial Virginia :McGuire of Orlando.Mr. of casualty insurance premiums 'NOTICE TO DEFEND residence and address Is: Route 1,
To Lumberbridge. North
: Ethel XT. Carolina.
tiven in Loxley and Robertsdale, wrapper and mailed to and Mrs. Wendell Moodyand M. a rapid [i collected in the city toi Avenue, Massapequa Wiggins Long 104 Island.Euclid' You are hereby notified that a suit

Ala. for two weeks. friends and relatives anywhereIn son and Mr. and ,Mrs. Wayne : 1 i be matched by the policemen ',New York. for divorce has been filed against
yellowing you in the above
You will please take notice that named Court and
Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Warlick USA for only 50 cents. Bringus Hazen of Jacksonville were guests I contributing 5 per cent of their Richard N. Wiggins has filed a cause and you are required to servea

and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Warlickof your mailing list. We do the during Centennial week of Mr. Compaint against you seeking a copy of your answer or pleading
pay.The divorce in the Circuit to the complaint on the Plaintiff's
Valdosta, Ga. were weekend rest. a and Mrs. Guy Andrews. plant. fund is not controlled by Florida, Eighth Judicial Court Circuit of, Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith

guests ut Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Misses and Helen Rein- size and the Council but administered by in and for Bradford County, said Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida
Sophia and file the
original
suit in
the office
being of
( ) plant styled as above..
Williams. leave Saturday for a two Week oehl of Jacksonvllie were week- a board of trustees consisting of You are hereby required to serve the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

Mrs. E. S. Matthews arrived i trip West Saturday night they end guests of :Mr. and Mrs. E. : the the mayor, chief of police and your to said Answer Complaint or other pleading J. ; or 1957 before; otherwise the 17th the day allegations of June o'

Sunday from Orlando and will I will be guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Davis. : one regular policeman. Adkins. Jr. Florida National upon Bank C.: said Compaint will be taken ax

spend naveral weeks here with] A. Sargent and Mr. and :Mrs. John Mixon and unless Stewart, who is also assistant Building, Gainesville, Florida, on confessedby you.
and Mrs. This
Mr. or before the notice shall be published
24th
her son and daughter-in-law'I K. T. Duncan in West Point, Ga. Mother's Day with N. taken at chief of, the St. Augustine force, 1957. day of June, once each week for four consecutive

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. From there they will go to Omaha I family spent Mixon in Waldo. ,: ," Hug- explained some of the details of (OFFICIAL. SEAL) weeks In the Bradford County Tele
Mrs. M. E. Charles A. graph.
Darby,
Mrs. J. W. Lee returned to Neb. to visit Com. and Mrs. Thomas Crescent the program to the Council. Clerk Circuit Co rt. Dated this 14th day of May, 19S7
her home in Atlanta on Thurs Ror.3 Adams and then to Columbia Mrs. Joe f ed mea J. C. Adkins. Jr., Florida National (OFFICIAL SEAL)
City was visiting Mr. and Mrs.S. day : : Bank Bldg., Gainesville, Florida Charles A. Darby,
day after spending a month Mo. to see their daughter G. Denmark on Tuesday and E. com Negro ShotA Attorney for Plaintiff 5/17 4t..6/7 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By Marion
Margaret RQse at Stephens Col : L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
with Mrs. H. I* Brownlee.] week. ,
Wednesday of last NOTICE TO 5/17 4t 6/7
Mrs. Jessie Livingston returned lege. Margaret Rose leaves May : losses .. drunk ,charge was placed I* Clrenlt Co.rt. Bradford APPEAR C.utr -
30 for Yellowstone Park, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKinney already against a ,Hampton Negro this Florida !. Chancery. NOTICE TO APPEAB
to her home in '
Monday Tampa i Petty Lou U Cirralt (,*art. Bradford
Brock
Mrs. James
and Oaary.
and Mr. Plaintiff, .
after rpending the weekend with where she will be. employed during said. week after a neighbor shot him 'Jessie Lee Brock Defendant. vs. FlvrUai Im Ciameery.,"' "" S

Mrs. A. A. Durden and attending the summer at "Old Faith.ful" Holder and !baby have taken have in the leg with a rifle. Case No. 10-2191 [Helen Daniels, Plaintiff, vs. James
apartments in Nollman Court was 13'r" V. lce T. Appe.r.To .- H. Daniels, Defendant. :
the Centennial activities. cabins and cafeteria. Holderare con Deputy Sheriff Robert Cox: : Jessie Lee Brock, whose Case No. 10-2190
Mr.
i Mr. and :Mrs. Lyle W. Eaton :Mr. McKinney and r.iid the Negro, A. D. Thomas, residence is Marcps Hoop, Penn.' Notice T* AppearTo
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grant of I employed at the State Prison and whose address is c/o S. S. : James H. Dan'els whose
Jacksonville and C. G. Arrendellof I of Deerfield Beach spent ,the product: was trying to break into the Otis Sun, Sun Oil Company Marcus residence and address I I", : 328 Miller
Farm.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan the house of his next door neighborand Hoop, Penn. Avenue, Statesville, North Carolina.
Orlando were Sunday guests You are brabr You are hereby notifi.-' that .
Dotr"'elJ
Mrs. Oscar Carter, Mrs. Effie when the tn* a
cf Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mr. Sanford.Mm. said. neighbor came to p suit for divorce, care, custody suit for divorce and restoration
:Margaret Thomas has returned Johns and M. D. Carter were : : L vari the door, Thomas swung at him and support of minor children of maiden name
and Mrs. A. N.
Holliday. County in Middleburg Sunday visiting and Dithane with an axe. The neighbor retaliated baa been fllea against you lu ihe has been filed against yon In the
Bradford
home from Ibove named Court and above named Court and and
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rhodes I cause and cause
Mrs. Lula Thomas and :Mrs. end
Hospital where she underwent by shooting Thomas witha I you are required to serve a copy of yon are required to serve a
of Columbus, Ohio were Wednesday t- I getting Pearl Austin. rifle. your answer or pleading to the complaint I. copy of roar answer or meadlnr tote
visitors of her aunt, Mrs. an appendectomy and is of on the Plaintiffs Attorney complaint 1 tne Plaintiffs
along nicely. Mr. and Mra V. V. Hazen returned : coverage Alfred C. Scott .301 Smith E'luld-I Attorney Lloyd Bass 210 Clark
Edward Burns. ing, Jacksonville 2. Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida
home Friday after a ten I Fish
George Bridges of Jackson Mrs. Monte Gurwit of Tampa he said. Fry and file tfie original in tan office of and file the 'original In the office of
day trip to points of interest in I V the Clerk of the Circuit Court the Clerk of the Circuit Court
the weekend with her get cov on or on or
ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. spent : before the 17th day of, June, before the 17th day of
1957 June,
Texas and Mexico. They also'; St. of the A fish fry 'will be held Saturday ; 1957
Mrs. M. H. Colley.Mr. otherwise the otherwise
O. Bridges this week. mother, allegations of said E the allegation of said
visited their son-in-law and day May 18 at the Complaint will be ?
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones had and Mrs. F. P. Hines of of basketball ed by you. taxes a* confess Complaint will be taken a* confessed
daughter, Sgt. and Mrs. Max: courts in Waldo, sponsored by by 700.
as guests during Centennial Branford were visiting their This notice shall be puollshed This notice shall be published>> one
week ,Mrs. Virginia Higginbot-: daughter, Mrs. B. T. Thomas Furlong in San Antonio, Texas; : inriruc- the Waldo Order of Eastern Star. once tive weeks each week for four consecu each week for four consecutive
while there. In the Bradford County weeks In the Bradford
Serving will County Tele
of begin at 5 ;
ham ,of Fernandina, Mrs. lame and family on Tuerday. to dust p. m.' Telegraph. graph.
Jones, Mrs. A. B. Jones Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry WimberlyJr. Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family of but with the price set, at 75 cents. (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 14th day of May, 1957. Dated this lOth'day of fay, 1957,
had weekend : : Funds will go toward the ) Charles A. Darb; Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
as guests Mr. and I Waldo .
'
Vergie Mitchell and Emory of Eagle Lake were weekend of' the : Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Conn
Masonic
Green, all of Callahan. Mr. and guests of Mrs. Nelson Green and Mra T. F. Hutto and familY, Temple. By Ifarlan L.S Crosby Deouty Clerk! By Marian U Crosby Deputy Cler''
Mrs. :Mabel Denmark 5/17 ft7 5/17 4t 6,
Mrs. Roy Wingate of Jacksonville Mrs. Wimberly Sr. Mrs. Let- : I plants -

and Bill Mercer and Charles DON'T FORGET the Revival I tie Parker, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. disease = -

Godfrey of Gainesville. at Hope Baptist Church May Wynn, Hilton Dunkley and Mr. with I

MAIL AWAY the complete 12 through 19th. Plan now to and Mrs. Brad Locke all of at the

Centennial story three big, attend. Jacksonville Charlie and Mr.: and Mrs : plants, Announcing the Opening of Fountain Room
Parker Addition
of
Issues of The Telegraph (including I- Those attending the all day Cocoa Jr.

48-page historical edition) District Three meeting from St. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark: said.
.
wrapped together In special Centennial I- Mark's Auxiliary of St. Mark's and daughter of Jacksonvillewere tricky

wrapper and mailed to Episcopal church on Wednesdaywere visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. I' I I be con- ,TOHerb's 5'

friends! and relatives anywhere Rev. R. E. MacBlain, Mrs. E. Clark on Sunday. of 'at-

in USA for only 50 rents. Bringus P. J. Quattlebaum, Miss Clara Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and I tho

your mailing list. We do the Leaman, Mrs. H. H. McCondichie, daughter Ginger attended a L and : L As

rest and Mrs. Lucile Davin.'P'. Jonea family reunion in Callahan I Mr. : we get

on SunrlJlv. Drive
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I ; I trouoie Inn
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dyal of Albany .. and

Mrs., Ga.W.were G.Saturday Haile. visitorsof : Sr.end -


Misses Linda Johns, Gail Duke,

Betty Ann Foxworth and Jan ..

'EXCELLENT VALUES. NOWI Crowson, classmates at FSU, with SATURDAY MAY 18 ,*

were weekend guests of Mr. and ,
-.0W
Mrs. S. R. Johns ,and Mr.. and *.
Mrs. H. C. Brown. Your Choice of. "

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternbergof and : .

ning, last '
Daytona Beach and Mr. and Frosty( Root Beer
'. Sunshine
.
Mrs. Harold Wall and family of with : Court Milkshakes .

&1. Augustine were among the receiv- Maxwell House Coffee Snow Cones, .

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs from Ice Cream Cones
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44' ?a/ 1: :::4?,, : Junius Mrs. Smith.Carrie Adams returned To Everyone / !
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'( Sunday after two months visit 1 Try Herb's Sunshine Milkshake
rough It's New _

,t ;? ;-li liS with Augusta relatives and Athens in Norfolk, Ga., Va.and, JeWell// ,From 2 to 5 V And Free Today, 2 to 5P.M.


: ;; 'S & !.$ z j I Jacksonville.Ben Rowe. of Jacksonville, dra when of

the
? : eiy &4; former Starke resident, under- er, I' up her Members of the local Baseball Club will assist in
( Ivr3 : went surgery in St Vincent's said ... checking and serving you, for

Hospital on Monday. His daughter which a donation .
spent :.o of $50 in equipment will be made to'the team.
Mrs. Leslie Bigga and her slapped

Ii'p- d: daughter, Karen, of Decatur, Ga.. in as

who spent the weekend with the Giant .
MOO 1-4 lb. Herburgers
Giant
Vernon Silcox family, are stay- at the ; BarBQBeefor

V ing with her sister Mrs. A. B.
occur-
Buy Now 3 Baker in Jacksonville during herlather's Mr. know On Large 5-Inch Bun Pork Sandwich

and Savt! illness. Sr.
pj' saw
) Mrs. Betty Newby of Miami of a Lettuce <
Budgetfj I Tomato Slaw I
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10 .With
ia spending two weeks with Mr.
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Terms *iArranged. and Mrs. William Norris. not Onion, Pickle, Relish, 35 C Tomato, Slaw 40cS
but '
-42OO Mrs. J. Huston McClane of Mayonnaise, Mustard or Pickle

Atlanta spent the weekend with Mr.

r1i, -- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George of '
.
Flynn Sr. Ann, frig We also serve,all other types of Sandwi hes Regular
Mr. and Mrs. James O. SeweD Mr. includ meals, and specialize in T-

. and son Chuck of Jacksonville : ltlon) Bone and Sirloin Steaks and all Sea
STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Cen. Foods. Stop by Eat and Drink in comfort.No .

B. Sewell over the weekend. Mr. standing in line. to'your
Serve
to car in
Dining Room
Mrs. at Fountain in
) Randolph Crosby and Mra of Booths,

Henry Carter of Maxvflle were or to tak home. This wide
Mr. Bring variety of food and service ,will
satisfy the
entire
Saturday evening guests of Mr. I t family._
J
do the
and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. May' ,
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Method I YTYTYYYYTYYYYTTYYTTVTTYTRISING Stark e'AirmanKilled !Children's Clinic I'invoke the above-mentioned pen IB ke Clreatt Court .( Eight Lot 8 of Blk 1 In '. ,
ChangedFor alties. "The practice of registering .Ja4ietal Cirralt .f Florida, Ia Gahagan S/D EX,
ad For Bradford Cvaaty.IB ,
In Mishap I Planned late must be stopped," Colonel Chancery. RJW\ Aaron" HoUey 2,27
Here
Wall Samuel J. Ferrara. Plaintiff va. Lot 3 of 'Blk 21n i :
Barbara Shaver Ferrara Defendant. Gahagan S/D ? ?" : 'ir' Levy Lennon
Handling By Sirs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA At Korean Base I stated.Honor J NOTICE TO DEFEND : f 1.71
The annual Bradford County To Barbara: Shaver Ferrara. Lot 5 of Blk 2 la"Gahagan' : "'..
RollThe whose address Is: Unknown. S/D r .. Nola :
Crippled Children's Clinic .. v Harden 1.11
will You, Barbara Shaver Ferrara. are ,
Of Road Work Airman First Class' O. D. be held at, the Bradford County Honor Roll for Bradford hereby notified that a Complaint Lots 8, 9. 10 of Elk : :
Mrs. Margie Underhill spent '
I for Divorce U8 been' filed against 2 In Gahagan S/D ; WI11iam.,
Mothers Day with Mr. and Mrs. Evans 34, of Starke was Instantly Health'Dept. .on Friday Hay 24, High' School for the fifth six- you by your husband Samuel J. .. Wesley 3.32
killed, 26' when mobile .with Ferrara. and Lot 19, 23 of Plk t ,
% Jack Underhill and family. April a .registration beginning at 8 I weeks 'period is as follows: you are hereby required '
to serve a copy of your &: Lot. 12 Of Blk "
crane overturned him at the
I
on a.
Control VestedIn Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Young m. '12th Grade: Maxine Andrews. answer on Plaintiffs attorney and 3 of" Gahagan S/D Ramp Cohen 3.U
Osan Air Basel in Korea. I file the original ,
The clinic answer or other
iabeing conducted .
and son of Georgia are visiting I Nancy Bates Joyce'Beal., :Marilyn pleading in the office of the Clerkof Lot 13 of Blk 3 In '
The ForemanA Mra Myrtle Barnes and family: Airman Evans had' been in under the auspices of the Florida Cox Emojean .Hall Gayle the Circuit Court on or before Gahagan S/D ,, Samson White %.65
Korea for the past eight months Crippled Children's Commission June S, 1957; if you flail to do so,
Moore Bobbie Jean .
Oakes
Starke. Kenneth 1 lot
of in
Judgment by default will be taken lying SW% '
for I
new system handlingroad Mr.. and Mrs. Tfcurman' Jones and ,had. served In the Air Force American: Legion Post 56, and Parrish, Fritz Pellum Carol against'you for. the relief demandedin of 'NW}; of SE% .
work was set up last week for the past 14 years. Rotary Ann's of the Starke Rotary Ann Pickett the, Bill of Complaint. IOOftN&Sby .
i Billy Torode Ann
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Done and Ordered this let day 50 ft E & W asdesc .
as the Bradford County Com : Surviving are his wife, Pauline Club Williams. of May,- 1957. at Starke Florida. In D.D Bk 71 '
Gordon Jones and Carolyn spent '
mission voted to vest the Visitingfstaff Charles Darby. Pg 215 22 6 22 < Frank Ward
Starke :
responsibility Mosley Evans of ; four will Include 3.77
Mother's Day with :Mr. and Mrs. 11th Grade: Patricia Alvarez, Clerk of Circuit Court :
for the repair maintenance Charles R. and Donald L. orthopedic Marion. L. Com at SW Cor of :. .
Edward Norman and Mr. and : sons surgeons from Jacksonville Wilbur Barry Tommy Dyal, Gerry By Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
>,
of SW ,
NWU
and construction of Mrs. Herbert Norman- and family Evans both ,of Starke, and Daniel 'a pediatrician, plastic :GibsOn, Mike Goldwire Pat Lewis Attorney D. for Plaintiff E 460 ft N 4run. .;

county roads In the road fore- of Lady Lake. and Terry Evans, both of Sar- surgeon a' physiotherapist, repre- Hobbs," Winston Kelly, Charles 1431 N.E. 26th StreetFt. 230 ft. E 100 ft "\.:;_ .
man. asota two step-sons Earl H. sent ? ;flbm brace Lauderdale Florida for POB N 200 ,
: a
and shoe
.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard .. Noegel Patricia Pellum, Mary SA 4t 5/24 ft, E 50 ft. S c .
I Until now the system has been Mrs. and John', F. Sanford both of company'and from Florida 'Vocational Starling. 200 ft. W 50 ft to .. .

used In which each commissioner and daughter were visiting Starke; two brothers Lee and C. Rehabilitation Service. 10th Grade: Terry-Futon, John POB 22-6 22 Horace Colbert. 5.55
Della Manning and the Jack la, tie Clieslt Curt la sad For 0.
controlled road projects In his afternoon. W. Evans both of California: They,will be assisted by the staff Green, Terrell Green Jim Hobbs, Bradford Coanty. Florida Com at SW Cor of '\ "
Sunday
district, with the road foreman Underhills three sisters; Mrs: Margaret of the, Bradford County Health Judy' Kelly Faye Maxwell Pat la Ckaacery. run NWK E 460 of ft.SWU N '_- _

having little voice In work plan- Wynn,,Mrs. Mae Ezell and Mrs. Dept. and volunteer'workers:, sy Nichols, Elizabeth: Prevatt Charles Wesley Howell, Plaintiff 230 ft, E'50 ft for ;

ning. Two Are Promoted Pearl Ramsey all of. California,''I ,The'' clinic la free 'of chargeand Franklin Ritch, Roland Stern. vs. Margaret, M.Divorce Howell,No.Defendant.10-2169 POP 50 ft.N S 200 200 ft. ft E, i ; =: T < '

Institution of the new system In StarkeGuard and a half sister Mrs. Mamie : any child under 21 with a 9th Grade: Delores! Cloverset- Kotlce By For Pub Divorce leatioa la Salt W 50 ft to POB 22 e 22 1. Geraldine Smith 5.05

follows recommendations made Lou Stone of McAlister Okla. crippling'condition is eligible for tie Hank Graham Linda Gayle To: Margaret M. Howell. 746 Beg at SW Cor of '

..'., > in the recent audit report. As Capt. Randal F. Chitty com- Funeral services were held i examination .Needed follow-up Green, Freida Kimbler Judy Le- vania.South George Street York Pennsyl- NW% of SWV4 &:

'!suggested 'by the auditor the manding officer of Co.. C, Na- Sunday in the DeWitt C. Jones hospital care will be available to sawyer, Linda Norman Virginia You are hereby notified that a Sec run inre E along 560 ft U __ .

road foreman will be requiredto tional Guard, has announced the Chapel in. Starke with a chaplain children whose family is unableto Parrish, Linda Sale, Wayne. Sapp Bill Jf Complaint for Divorce has for POB. N 200 ft '
been filed against and that E 50 ft S 200 ft _
you
of two enlisted men from Moody Air Force Base for treatment Harold Tyus. '
keep daily records providing promotion pay you are required to serve a copy to U Sec line W ...
adequate control over the labor from the grade of Private E-2 Valdosta Ga., officiating. Mili- Appointments have been 8th Grade: Linda Cox, Shirley of your Answer or pleading to the along H Sec line .
class. 'conducted at the given Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's 50 ft to POB 22 6 22 ..-.
1st rites were LeLennon
of Private tary Crawford Douglas Cruce John
materials supplies and equipment to the grade to a large number of children attorneys. Tench & Reynolds, P. 1 6.05
and that monthly progress They are St. Clair Harley Jr., graveside in Crosby Lake Cemetery by the health nie Forsythe Bill Green Thomas O. Box 468. Gainesville Florida, Com at NW Cor of -
ro'm Moody County public nur- and file the original Answer SWU of SWU &
detachment or
reports be requested from the [and Freddie M. Stephens. by a I ses and the orthopedic field nurse. Judd Dewey McKinney,' Dottie pleading in the office of the Clerkof run S 310 ft, 'E- .,,. : .

foreman. The men of .the company regret -. Air Base. I Parents of children with Mercers Carolyn Vickers Terrell the Circuit Court on or before 100ft for A POB, ,-. -
W. cripp- Walters.7th the 3rd day of June. 1957. If you run S 100 ft, E
There was little discussion in the loss of SFC George : ling conditions who have not fail to do so. judgment by default 259 ft, N 100 ft, ,
the meeting when the new set up Teston and SP-3 Gerald T. Gay Starke Guardsmen, been notified, are invited to bring Grade: John Adams, Nat will be taken against you for the W %59 ft to POD 22 G 22 Unnle Tyson et al 8.14
Dankel Martha Lois Green Mari relief demanded in the.Bill of Com-
was passed. Several members' who are in the process of trans- Weekend their children to the clinic for plaint. W 66 ft of SE&
in Jacksonville To Spend lyn Hernwall Martha Long, of SE}. of NE}. 23 6 22 ,
Headquarters 1
expressed the belief that this ferring to examination. Done and Ordered at Starke, Percy Sullivan 13.36
action would help In cutting down where they now reside. On Blanding'Range Shirley. Morrison. Carolyn Pel- Florida this 1st day of May. 1957. Lot 6 & 7 of Blk .
s/Charles A. Darby
lum, Donna "Trawick Sandra So- 2 in Dowllng'
.
expenses under the road and Woman Clerk of Circuit Court Park S/D
bridge fund with which the MilesFormer Not Angry Starke National Guard Co. C DrownsIn lano. 5/13; 4t 5/31 ..- ; '- L JL Hartley 3.U
Lots 1 & Z of Blk
Commission has been much con- will spend Saturday and Sundayat NOTICE, 9 fn LT& COS ..
cerned Earl Miles Blanding to complete Reno Creek SID ;
recently.In Policeman Camp
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be Dan Thomas
other matters the Com- said this week that he did not qualification firing of'small arms sold at ,Public Auction on the 7th day of June 1957 at City Hall Lot 2 of Blk %.27
City of Starke. County of Bradford, State of Florida. to the .12
depart- summer pay in .
the police before attending A. middle L T & COS
from weapons aged Negro woman
resign
amount due for taxes: herein set opposite to the same, together with
ment because he was "angry"at camp in July. The unit will leave drowned on May 8 in water only all costs of such sale and, advertising. S/D a -, J" W. Robinson 4,59

rGASTOONS.IBy transffered to daytime the Starke armory at 10 a. m. inches Elks 25 &. NH of
, being a ,few deep in a Reno Description S, T. R.Acre Owner Taxes: Lot 26 .,,'. .
duty as had been previously re I Saturday and 'will ,return about creek. CO'S In L T & : .
S/D "
Lot 9 of Blk 2 in
resigned i A. 1-. Randolph
ported. Miles said he 5 p. m. Sunday. Deputy' Sheriff Fate Brown Sunny Acres .S/D '. Albert Tyson 1.77 W4 of Lots 6.14
schedulewas 3 & 4
because the changed I First Lieutenant Drew Reddish, said the woman, Josephine Lot 4 of Blk 2 In of BIk 27 In L T, f .
work
unsatisfactory to his unit training officer asked all George suffered from periodic Sunny Acres Robert Dell 1.77 & COS S/D Frances Slocum
GIB BROWN he was
routine. He denied that businessmen with employees in epileptic seizures and it. was ''W11llams 3.55
All W% of Blk 5 S .
Guard to let the Lots 1, 4 of Elk 36 -
National
"angry. the theorized that she fell into the! ofR4WEofWline in .
r' Guardsmen off to attend the water when a seizure occurredas of NE?. of SID"L. T. & COS. .
.trE\5\ ft' SWtf Temples S/D 21 1 22, 5 Rufus TUgsby 6 64 ,- Marlon Dell
mission accepted a petition ask- weekend encampment. she went to, the creek fCJ"rI Lots 3. 4 of Blk 40 6.14
\
All that
Heilbronn Springsg Two men of Co. C were pro- water.' Portion of in L.
I T. &
COS
that the E .
% of Blk 6 S of ,
class I S/D
second
school be kept in its present moted to specialist Brown said the woman was R 3 W Temples : .. \ Lilly & Lonnia
Joseph J. S/D that lies in ;
this week. They are "' Jackson
found about 11:30 face Hicks LOP
a. m. ,
location.A :
and Glen D. NEU of SWtf EX : DIk5IULT&COS
urging erection of Lamb of Starke down in the water with two E30ft&EXW Add r ; ,yo
petition Shuford of Lawtey. 100 ft and EX N' Mrs. Mike
railroad buckets The back MaruccaMrs.
the nearby. yardof 47.35
safety signals at 296H ft 21 6 22 David Gunter 6.32 Lots 5, 10 of Elk
SR 100 at the city her home is on the creek's "
on 11inLT&COS
15 crossing Lot 3 & 4 of Elk 1
.
__ In Lake
Add
./ limits was also accepted, but no Boy Drowns edge. in Gahagan S/D James Clark Jr. 4 09 Mike Marucca' 40.13

action taken. as the Commission Near Keystone HeightsA Lot 7 of Blk 1 In Blk 4 in Temples e ;
"No one bas to WAIT at GibDrown's took note that the project was Gahagan S/D EX 2 Add& EX 3 Lots I, F. .

standard." already in the budget .of the 10-year-old Gainesville boy Youths Failing K/W. Ivory Morris 2.27 of Kk 4 '. Eunice Annls 9.23
Beg at XE Cor-of '
State Road Dept. drowned last Thursday ,whileon l EJ of I
boy XEU
We take pride in offering you The Commission agreed tc a school picnic at Camp Cry- To Register '- W 335 ft S run 330 .

clean rest rooms. tear down the wooden bridge over stal near Keystone Heights.The E tt 130 to it pon S 50 then It : R'__

the Sampson River in Sampson victim was Walter Face penalties"Persons W 130 ft N 50
,
young ft to ron '
City to utilize the lumber else- Reese Dennis, son of Dr. and Mrs. 29! 6' S3 ..Lela'EucVles. ,. ... 8.14
GIB BROWN where and eliminate the cost of R. Dennis. Dr. Dennis is required to register Com at Ne Cor of ....: :'r' :'-"- '
,
Walter
investigation shows ; with Service who fail SESi of XEU & r ,. :'
if of Selective 4
upkeep the University nUn W ..::
Professor at I S5 ft, s ,
a %WATCH'
that the County has this authority. to register within the time per- THIS SPACEIN 165 ft for A POB '':
SERVICE STATION Florida. .0'\-.1; .
It was not d'that a new concrete mitted by the law subject them- thence S 50 ft E ; ;. '
said the boy. either 150 ftN 50 ft, w ,. ..,. ;. .. .., ... ,. .
Witnesses '
has been erected selves to Colonel "'-,4V -v
bridge being pepalized: 150 ft to
Standard POD1.
Oil Products drifting 29!!I ,.
fell from a 6 22-- L/M.
.
the jumped or C-atlih
across the river 'and con- Harold C. Wall, State Di- 15.S6
about 30 feet Com at NE Cor of j ... .
it
was
Phone 327 centration of water from an ad- boat when had rector of Selective Serivce stated SEU of NEtf & t i...
will wash from shore. Two other boys run W 100 .. .: ," .
ft I
joining railroad bridge yesterday. The Director pointed S ,
407 N. Temple Ave. from the boat earlier and 15 ft for A POB.
the old bridge away in time any jumped cut that apparently many young then run S 100 ft .

way. waded. ashore. Floridians are not familiar with lvsoitN100ft
E 50 ft to FOB
the requirement to register. The 29 6. 22 .' William T; Eennett 18.95

law he says, requires all male Beg Cor 15 of ft W W of XE '
% of
citizens to register within five NEI4 of SEA of

days after attaining their 18th NEXT WEEK'S TELEGRAPH run S 140

Friend' birthday. :Membership in any Reserve ft to :POB.W lOS 200 ft -

Everybody Has A Unit including the .National ft 200. W 220 ft. X V: .

Guard does not exempta 1Y POE ft, E 220 to
29!I 6 22
person from the duty to reg- Elmer Thornton
\ 6.05J.77
Lots
2 .
tI ister, he emphasized. ; 5 in Gasklof'Add

Aliens entering the United FOR' W. E. Torode. Jr.
1
Sq A
In
SE Cor '
of
I within six /
s States must register NE!} of xw% 29

.... or relative away from Bradford County who'would I months from date of entry or NEin of XWU EX 6 22 1 Ancil W. GrlffisX 7.11

within five days after: attainingage 5 A In SW Cor'

18 whichever is the later. &EX2Ain1'E
,. enjoy having the complete story of Starke's Centennial Some ,categories of aliens are .' Cor ,3% 6 22 "33 Gus
: McFashlon
\ exempt from registration. Any B1.G Com at NE Cor of ; 9.73

I Celebration. Now you can send this most appreciated perSon in doubt as to whetherhe NWU W 420 of ft.SEH S run 315 "

should. register should contact / ft for POB W 54 "
his nearest draft board. ft. S 105 ft. E 39 ._
gift at a, minimum of cost and effort on, yourI' ft, to W R/W of j .
The penalties to which a per- Rd %00, N along \

__ W R/W 163.4 ft. .
son subjects himself for failure ,
W
part. Here's how to register within the time permitted SPRINGALEI 116 ft to POB 32 6 22 >4. L Anne flumes 5.27

'\ 1 Lot as desc DB
$
by law; (1) possible pro- 77 Page 335 33 6 22 I
A.
secution in Federal Courts or, J. Carver 3.31Ni4

(2)) automatic induction at age of NW% of
I NW% EX W '5 A
19. &EX3AInNECor

While They Last (Supply Limited) Local draft boards have been 34 6 22 12 Tommy Gill :'-81

instructed to question every per- Carl '-Tohns.r .
son who registers late and unlessa Tax Collector
.. City of Starke Florida
is to
satisfactory reason given
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_FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1957 PAGE SEvIIt


St. Mark's Episcopal ffTTTTTTTTTytTTfVfVVYTr, ? I Holiness church: Mrs. Cole CombsJr. Lawtey. Bill Roberson. 'and Ed, John, I. Mrs. Doas Higginbotham and

[ of ;Sanderson win conductthe 'Mr. and Mrs., Claude Greene Linda and Roger Waters enjoyedan family. Franklin left on Friday
Eev. ,. MacBlaln services '
Raymond each
MAXVILLEBj weekday jve-- at Strickland
Mrs. Joe. Lucas, Mr. ,and MI'1 outing Landing morning for Niagara Falls N
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal ning also. Sheis, a very talented Sunday afternoon
:Barry and Jeanette Brown at Y. where he will be
employedfor
Church will be as follows: musician] and rm.sure that :
curacHES Airs. C. B. Nolan every tended the Centennial' dance held Mr. and, Mrs. Earl Cannon and a while as an arc welder.
Sunday: 9:45: aon. Church one will enjoy these services.Mr. i '
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- ... .................... and Mrs. Earl 'Wilkinsonand .in Starke last Saturday night. children, Mrs. Kyle Cannon, Mrs. Miss June Higginbotham has
Mr .and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- Leajer Harris and Mrs Gladys
p.m. Y. P. S. L. Miscellaneous Shower children of Jacksonvillewere ,botham and },tr. and Mrs. Oscar Copeland and family attendedthe returned home from a weeks
Wednesday: TZB p.m. Titan; guests of Mr. and ,Mrs visit with her aunt, Mrs. Lena
,llrs. Florence Parrish and Mrs I Wilkinson enjoyed a fishing trip Assembly of God in Jacksonville '
Methods Church Presbyterian ChurchFriday and Practice.Meditation;. 8 p.m. Choii' Addie Griffis entertained last Drew Wilkinson last weekedd.Bomeeomin'g ;at Doctor's Lake last Saturdayand Sunday night Joiner, in Jacksonville.

Monday night at the home oi: Enjoyed. .. caught some very nice fisH.: 'Mrs. Earl Cannon and children Doss Higginbotham enjoyedthe
Sunday Church School, 9:45a. : Adult choir practice,, .Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Mrs. Griffis with a miscellaneous The ;annual Homecoming was i Mr. and Mrs.. Bob Stanley'and Mrs. Gladys Copeland and old timer'a fiddlin' contest
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 1:30.a. m
m. ,Morning Worship (nursery 8p.m. 0 awaits shower honoring Mrs.' Edward enjoyed' on Mother's Day at the children of Homestead have'been family and Mrs. Lester Harris in Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
provided for small children) 11 Sunday Church school 9:45;; everyone. Edenfield, recent Bride Games; Long Branch Baptist church visiting with Mrs. Dorothy Waters I attended the Centennial parade .. and Mrs. J. W. Denmarkand

a. m. Recreation time for MYF,, Morning worship 11 a. m.; youth HEILBfiONN MISSIONARY were played throughout the 'eve, Sunday. A, large crowd from far:.and family and other relatives and fiddling contest in Starke family of Jacksonville Mr.

I 6:15 p. m. Dine-A-Mite: for MYF,, fellowships. 6 p. m.; evening worship BAPTIST CHURCH Ding and prizes awarded to and near attended these services in Jacksonville for a couple of Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. Harold'Denmark- of

6:45 p. m. Worship and Business 7:30. p. m. Frances Adams, Katie, Mae Scul- and enjoyed dinner. ,, on the weeks.. Marietta, Miss Kathleen Den
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson
Waters and
Mrs.
i Meeting MYF, 7:15 p. m. Eve Wednesday Prayer service,, I ley, Addie Griffis Toria Higgin- grounds. Dorothy family mark of Marietta and W. J.
I f Worship,. 11 a. m.. Evening had as their guests Sunday Mr. and family of Jacksonville and
ning Worship 8 p. m. 7:30 p. m.Thursday. Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training botham and Gazelle Sweat Refreshments Home, Demonstration Club and Mrs. Jack Waters and family Mr. end Mrs. Ben Higginbotham Denmark of J Jacksonville were

Monday Meetings ot all Junior choir practice Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. MidWeek -' of cake and drinks The Maxville Home Demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and and family were supper guestsof guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie


WSCS circles at the church, 10 3:30 p. m.; Starke Social I Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays were served. A large crowd en Club will meet on Tuesday,, family of Jacksonville, and Mr. Mr.'and Mrs. ,Doss Higginbotham -: Harris Sunday.Mrs. .

a: m., followed by general meetingand Club 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p.} m. Rev. S- F.. joyed this occasion.. with the May '21, when Mrs. Nellie Mills and Mrs. Bob 'Stanley and familyof and family Sunday evening. Julia Griffis and her

pledge service. Covered dish Beard pastor! hostesses and the honoree. will bring a .demonstration' on Homestead. Mr. and }Mrs. Franklin Hig grandson Daniel Harris, spent

luncheon, 12 noon in the recrea- At The Tabernacle We are sorry to learn that arranging furniture in the home Mr. and Mrs.f DJ B. Griffis and ginbotham ,and family of Jacksonville several days in Starke last weekas

tion hall. 1 BETHEL Andrew Harris is ill at his home for comfort and beauty. We will daughter Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry were supper ,guests the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

i Tuesday WSCS prayer Rev. Clarence Dibble of Penney BAPTIST CHURCH all meet. atthe, home of Mrs., Griffis and children.' Mr. and Mrs. Thursday evening of Mr. and Lacey Brown.

f group recreation hall, 9:30 a. m. Farms delivered the Mother's Day Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching here.Mr.. and Mrs. Claude Greene Buford Higginbotham at '10... a. .

t. Wednesday Officer training message at the Gospel Taber services 11 a. m,and 8 p. m and daughters, Mrs. 'Joe Lucas' m. and bring a couple of sandwiches I ,

for WSCS, 10 a. 'm.. conducted nacle last Sunday. Song service 7:30 p. m.- Rev. and Mrs. .Avery Slade, went to after which we will tour -- r .

t by the district officers. Sandwich Services this week are under R. L. Lee pastor. I the street dance of the Starke the homes of Mrs. O. L. Harris I ; ;: --. .\
I Mrs. C. B. Nolan, Mrs. D. B. riI ,
,luncheon will follow. Prayer the direction of B..E. McRae as- Centennial held in Starke last aVfl.ii
I. Meeting and Bible Study 7:30: ftl ted by other laymen of the HAMPTON Monday night. Griffis and then have a picnic
CHRISTIAN CHURCH lunch at the home of Mrs. John
p. m. in the Men's Class room of church. Mr. Dibble will again PTA MeetingMrs.
\ Christian Endeavor Friday, 7:30p at the end of the tour.
North
the recreation building. bring the message this Sunday Leon E. Forbes of Jacksonville J -i i
t.. : m. Bible Study Wednesday; Everyone ia invited to make this
Thursday Youth Choir rehearsal Morning. Wor visited the,Maxville PTA
t 7:30 Morning
m. Sunday
p. to the projects
with see
tour us
I Choir Around 35 visitors from several' at their meeting on Wednesday,, ,
7 p. m. Chancel ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship which we have learned ,duringour ;
f rehearsal 8 p. m. states and nearby cities viewed the 7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. mGRAIIAM May 8, and installed the officers months' with the Home Dem
famous oil painting, "The Feastof M of the 1957-58 term in an impressive -

Lutheran Services Belshazzar," Sunday afternoon. ceremony. Those installed onstration Clubs. ( tN

I BAPTIST CHURCH were Mra H. F. Higdon 4-H Project Judged

. 122. E. Washington St. iriWAY CHAPEL Sunday School, -10 a. m. Morning president; Mrs. J. D. Bell, 1st Mrs. Buford HigginbothamMrs;, : "

' ASSEMBLY OF CODE Worship, 11 a. m. Training vice president; Mrs. C. B. Nolan,, Dewey McPherson, Mrs. Oscar
t' Regular services will be held Clifton Nolan
Harris and :Mrs.
Pastor Union, 6:30 m. Evening Wor 2nd vice president; :Mrs. J. W.
Lewis
I at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our A. p. made the judging team that
ship, 7:30 p. m.- Rev. W, 0 Thomas, secretary; Mrs. Leslie up
I
new location, 122 E. Washington the clothing project of the
judged
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn Collins, Sr.,' pastor. Sweat, treasurer. Room count
Street (near Walnut Street.) Baldwin 4-H Club last Monday,
.
t ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic for the meeting wan won byMrs.
A series or lectures will be 13, at Baldwin school All
May
Service, '7:15 p. m. Thursday CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Evelyn 'U Stack's room and n .
given during the month of May, of the girs exhibited dresses and %
I weekly prayer f. rvice. Invita- LATTER DAY SAINTS they were awarded a dollar. This \' .. .
subject being, "The Lutheran skirts and smaller articles which r
tion extended to everyone. Services each Sunday In old was the last PTA meeting of -
i Church! and The Bible. Don't they had made .this term. Among .'Po..
Masonic Hall ,on E. Call St. Sunday this term. '
miss these interesting discussions those winning blue ribbon awards 7.
BAPTISMAL SERVICE School 1'\ a. m. Sacrament Shower f'ridayight and ,-.
were Bonnie Padgett Kay
IIIWAY CILVPEL Service 6-:30: p, m. Everyone wel. Friday night, May 17, at the and Gloria Cannon wona ,
The Rev, A. F. Gerbhardt, pas Strickland '
tor of The First Lutheran Church Service for the Hi- I come. Maxville* Civic Club a story: red ribbon award.'We are proudof 1 :.
Baptismal shower will be given for Mr. ; 'f" \ -r.: ". ...
will conduct the Maxville girls.
of Gainesville, of God will our -"
Assembly i
Chapel .
f way PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham. Y
I services.All afternoon, May On Sunday, May 26 the entirechurch ;:
be held Sunday I CHURCH The public' is invited to attend. ...., '. t '
without a home services at Long Branch : \ ?' :.1
persons
19, at 2:30: o'clock at Hampton Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Horning Rudy is still confined to his :.t {1t1/lr t :::-5]'" "' { .. .' ;,
church are invited to attend.LAWTEY to at I will, be turned over to the Mas- .: -=:; : :.1.
I Lake. Everybody welcome Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange bed from his accident on Feb ter's Singers, formerly of Nashville ... _..- "" ...- ,..,,,O.U"" c '
ii'ai; : :::= 1
CIIt'KCII OF CIIUIST tend.-. A. Lewis, pastor. listic services, 7:30 p. m. 21 and will have to stay An bed Tenn. These are very talented ::::::1- .$;::' .. ., -

(presently meeting in City Hall) OF CHRIST Wednesday Prayer Meeting another month. He is at the home < sjngers and the public is cordially ((0 --1.
CHURCH 7:30 p. m. his uncle and- aunt, Mrt and invited to attend. 7i
10 ,
Bible
I Sunday- study, a. m. Minister : ,
, C. L. O\erturf Jr. 10f :
'worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. Dan Parrish. Any cash donations Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Hjgdonand PHjLCOmBENDIX
people's Bible Sunday Sunday School, 10 cr.oOJn1"TIST CHURCH I will be appreciated to family _.attended services at :.:' : 's. :

i study, 7; preaching, 7:30. a. m., morning service, 11 a. m.,, Rev. C. Bruce Stalling pastor help this young couple get backon Dunn's Ave. Baptist Church in .
I
! Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 evening, service, 6:30: p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn their feet again. Jacksonville last Sunday night ;..::: ;
Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. ing worship, 11 a. m.; training Friends of Mrr Henry .Griffis Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and .:t; ;;:j '' .
p.m.
! Radio Program Station m. union 7 p. m.; evening worship will regret to learn that she has daughter, of Jacksonville spent '< ECOOMAT.

WRUR, Monday, 6:30 a. m. Radio Program Station 8 p. ra. I been ill. last weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
WRGR, Sunday, S:30 9-a. m., Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, Mrs. George Brown returned Buford Higginbotham. I :

I lllfiHLANO I Subject for the month, "The 8 p. m. I home from St. Luke's Hospitalin Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham has -1 ,
been ill at the home of her ,
BAITIST rumen I Bible. Jacksonville last Friday where -
I Sunday School 9:15 'a. m. NORTH SIDE she was a patient for several mother, Mrs. Nathan Starling, in :} ; i.;.;:: ;. I k'V

Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and EVERGREEN: BAPTIST CHURCH I days. Mrr. Brown will be con- ...., !:\,.:....: I

7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each I BAITIST CHURCH I Sunday: School, 10 a. m. Morn- 'fined to her bed for a while. i ::;1i 1row ONLY

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gentry :l*.....x.m. '''v.'''>:;'. '.
\t George Chino pastor. Everybody 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. I Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship and daughter of St. Petersburgare ,,'. -" -

. welcome. m. Preaching 7:?e p. m. Prayer I 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting spending a couple of weeks i : ;

f Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. I Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone with Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Higdonand $159.88

f CIIIUSTLCHunCH I welcome. E. C. Harvey pastor family. ,

Rev. J. 11 Sherwood, I'astor FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish a'L. KOOtL.WFH\ No Trade f
Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morn-I Corner Call & Christian Streets KI\GSLEY LAKE and family and Mrs. Hattie Nolan Necessary J
I MISSIONARY BAPTIST Wash full 8 Its. in space-saving cabinet, only ',- /
ingV 11 a. m. Youth J. E. Sherwood, Pastor visited Sunday with Mrs. No B .
\, Church, 6:30 p. m. All young Sunday School-10 a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning lan's wn and daughter-in-law, 23%" wide. for Ilmlfed fume!
1 a. m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Precise temperature4.safe for all fabrics. .
people invited. Lord's supper-11:15 Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Nolan and
Preaching services-11:20 a. m. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinf i son. Robert, in Seville. S Exclusive Metexallof tub,proven five times more ,

I M5W RIVER and 7 p. m. ,. each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Every. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Meeks and durable than some steel and porcelain o es'f' -

BAPTIST CHURCH Junior Choir practice 6 p. m. one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, family of Brunswick, Me. were .r Can be made portable by adding casters.Folly .

'l Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Wednesday. pastor. overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. B guaranteed by Philco Corporation. '' .
meets first arid ---=..... '. ) .
Ladies Council -
Service ,
I Hour 11 a. m. Evening Joe Lucas and family Sunday 1
ECONOMAT at a price
at 8 m. SEVEN1H DAY Here's the washer buy of the year. The Philco-Bendix :
I 7, p. m. Prayer Meeting eachWednesday third Tuesdays p. night. They left Monday for vibration-free
I. 7-:30 m. Everyone Everybody invited to all ser ADVENTIST CHURCH ASK you can't afford to miss. The ECONOMAT is the light-weight '
p. Pensacola. washer that will fit most anywhere in your home.
welcome. -L. L Parker pastor. vices. Services each Sabbath In the },fr. and Mrs. Earl MosJey and CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON' r ...x Rubber casters permit easy storage in closet,hall -.
.
I home of S. N. Brown across from PHI I Leo
a__ family, Ed Mosley, Mr. and Mrs. available space.And this washer comes to you "
.T Bethel Baptist Church east of D. J. Parrish and family, )olr: i about this question: any with the same service guarantee that accompa I t
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. and Mrs. Leon Harris and family, Philco 1
nies every appliance made by Corporation. \ K :t
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study each _Wednesday. and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan "I'd like to have 'monthly Phone. now. Reserve your ECONOMAT today! \_ t
7:30 m.-Arden Mote, pastor.
p. and family were among those payment' life insurance to fHUCO COt'OIAIIOM i

enjoying the Centennial in Starke support my family in case of tHEAD.'p.d PH I I ,
STARKE, FLA. CHURCH OF GOD last Saturday.We lo : outt'el e LVf >*/e
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- to learn that my sudden death, and also,as -
are -
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday sorry retirement income in caseI \ -Bendiz Home Laundry.Appliances are brought to you by" Corp.. !
Mrs. Mary WellhaxiKn has been .
Pastor -
HAINES \
REV. LEWIS D. .4 ,
Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE ill and wish her a speedy recov live to old age. I also, wanta -

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. ery. college education fund for

Phones Office 234-Pastoriuni 130 Prayer,Meeting LAWTCT Friday 7:45 p. m. Friends of Edward Edenfield my child. Does 'your agency Come In and Register For Free J957 Philco T.V. }

I will,be glad to know that he has all kinds of life _. 1
I such
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning supply:
I returned home from Doctor'sHospital'in
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.\ Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv insurance?"
i j Starke where, he was
" Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. ice Saturday 7:30 p. m. confined for several days wwith.

ww..w..ww.w.yyyyyyy"LONG pneumonia.Mrs. ., Charley E. Johns&SonAgency C. H. NASWORTHY
i Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Tommy Godwin and family

BRIDGE and Frances Joy and Janice
Morning Service over WDVH at
Hear the Sunday
Bell enjoyed an outing at Kings-. -
AND NEW RIVER

I e 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Bin. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ley Revival Lake Services Sunday.To Start GENERAL SUPPLIES

i i Revival services will begin E. Call St. Starke, Fla. phone 198-J

Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clockat Phone 13 Starke, Fla. _

Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Moody the Maxville Congregational .
and children of Keystone spent
,
r Madison Street Baptist Church i Sunday with Mrs. Emily Moody,

who is much better after a recent UP 1600% 1 1PERCENTAGEWISE

I Ii illness. THIS STA'IEIS SPENDING BIG MONEY; \
i (Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) : Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson \1
I visited Mrs. Sue Cooper in Jack- :

Good Singing Forceful 'PreachingI I sonville last Saturday.Joe OUTSPENDS THE I


Tallahassee Leslie Forsyth for left two Sundayfor weeks FEDERAL_ GOVERNMENT. UP 1340: ;:t.

Sunday School __. _____________________ 9:45 A.M. schooling with the State Game '..

Morning Worship ___________________11:00 A.M. Commission. His, wife, Ann is THE. RECORD. SPEAKS. :: ,; .li i
I the two weeks with her -- -
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spending i: ::
Training Union __ ____________________ 6>45 P.M.Evening parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie '.... t t .&", .-;;;;:'

Worship _____________________ 8:00 P.M. I Mullins in Andalusia, Ala. > ,, '::1
Still l therefore those i in high office working diligently at this time to '- ,
P.M. Baileyof r'
Prayer Services.& Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Vernus "I I '-
Miami are visiting their par- increase this figure, and under their urging and insistent ands the 'legislature -li -; '

Come And Bring The Children Room For All "ents, the Marts:: Paulson, fora has passed exorbitant, extravagant and wasteful appropriations bills: -I ;

A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU! Mra few days.Jessie Lazenby of Home- 1 that far exceed any,.past expenditures by -hundreds of v.. -

REV. I. E. ENLOW. PastorP. stead came to Starke Saturdayfor millions of'dolio s -_ appropriations that.will. have to be met by higher ... I

T. Nolin, Supt. Sunday School. the stayed Centennial overnight Celebrationand with Mr. faxes paid by you. These new taxes will 1 be placed on topOf'the. (.. I I i

i r, I' I II I ,. ,--- and Mrs.' Fonnie Crews. already high'County, City, School and Federal taxes \. / 't :L j

I I! Mrs. Rhoda Dowling .is visiting' now carrying. This will require that you sacrifice many necessities, and -:", '. Jf-&' f '_. :
Crews, at _
her brother, Gurney ,
At Least One Person Out Of Ten Will,Spend Time the State Farm this week. possibly of the luxuries, for your family In order to meet this increased.fax/ J <. .

; Mr and Mrs. Pete Sapp of demand by those in high office. If I you cjo not want this extra tax increase -.j/ no. GOVT. .notioA '.1
In A Mental Institution! and Mra Robert Ward in-IK* tm.tm .
Palatka 'L -
then write I .todoy. __> = -
and children of Starke were: Sun- wire or phone your legislators injpllghflssee T- > -- .

of the, E. A. Time is short do it nowlflp L (
I Hear What Goers Word Says About: day dinner guests I TOTAL- DISBURSEMENTS:

I Sapps. .: -' s ..,.. .. .r. :. FLORIDA f. 1956 546957725. up 1600%
Little six-year-old Clyde Moody _. '' ,- ,.. 1933 $ 3M75.523.
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out in their ".- ', ''\" ',, ......", .. t FEDEKAl '1956 66.5 finnans 1340
"How To Avoid Insanity"Sun. and his dad were !' ..e.:. '..\'. : .4" ': !. ,:. -t" ,.'. 'C_ up
i( watermelon field, looking around "" '.''a:.>-";:-"- .' :/. ..".'...' .' .- J--' GOVERNMENT: '1933 4.6.'Ei"Twit
said, '; ...;:' :: ",
the other day and Clyde ; ".. 'St
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I School 10 a.m. Mor. Service 11 a.m. "LookrDad; at the big alligator:" ,,
Mr. Moody looked and saw some :.f1'f'-"
I B. T. U. 7 p.m "Hour of Power" -Wed. 8 p.m. weeds moving-closer inspection .:FLORIDA: Bank .

I revealed a big rattle snake witheight' 1' f \ -
rattler ..., ort or 27 Una M 111I tuolalIAipN clog ,: .. .,..;;., \,
rattles.. (One more Sf rke '
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First Baptist. Church Hampton short around here.) 'w'."-. ". ., '.J, ,1- -
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E. FAILE Pastor .
( shades. .. :.OS..i .; Una! ru.oA& KTOSIT msuuNct COllOunOff
pastel Only $ .Ot at. Bradford .
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TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FTXDRTDA
., I FRIDAY MAY 17 1957


Final Activities City Council


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Of Centennial --- '- More Parking





Draw; Thousands t ; 4'_ _- I w'Ir j '., \-i-i-- Meters SlatedParking



(Continued from Page 1) -- i iLfW1 meters wilUbe installedon
-' about eight more blocks of
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lingrvrorth of Lake Butler who i' : -S.i .-' streets near the downtown area

brought forth spontaneous out- : r of Starke as the result of City
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bursts of applause and foot- j k '' Council action Tuesday night.
with his forceful s.fr
tomping and : ; : On a motion by Joe Andrews
hythmic style. When the "old : -
L"t !? In the Council unanimously
naster" took his bow in hand, :; to extend the
c adopted a proposal
lowever, it was a different story. : metered area to ladison street
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with calm t ,. _
Playing assurance,
:
i from Monroe street east to the
in spite of his advanced ; _
years tZ- railroad; Walnut street in the

Uncle Dock, had the crowd pull- '- 4'. block north of the post off ice; and

ing for him from the start. Jefferson street between Temple

Judged on the basis of audience t ; avenue and Walnut street.

applause he had no trouble walk- In other action, the Council

ing off with the first prize award. .- voted to begin ua'ng the new city

After the fiddling contest the dump and fence off the old dumping

crowd moved on to the high ". 1 IL. iJ i- j grounds.. The new dumping

school stadium, where the beard 1t ....'. r.. i.- O"1'nnnrl.__.__<: near the northeast uu corner -
contest and the beard i--i-;
judging
I ; purchasedlast
of was

rihaving contest were held priorto Fur Flies In Shaving Contest month but the Council agree

,
the final performance of I ed to postpone using the propertyas

"Starke Centurama." Old-timers I J for 30 days after C.
: Whiskers that took a dump
months to
were also given special recogni .. : th' grow fell in minutes before an ,onslaught .,.'.\, E. Bradford a resident in the

tion and awards in the pre- : -4 -- of electric razors in Saturday night's pre-pageant shaving area said he ,thought he could \

pageant activities. contest. Tense concentration of contestants Is shown in photos above _41 find a more suitable locationfor

Another shower caused brief (I-r) Bobby Lewis- ((3rd place), Merrill, Edwards (winner), Claude I the facility.

\ consternation as the crowd was Prevatt, S. R. Hicks (runner-op), Edwin Smith, and Earl Mosely. I Council members Tuesday

,i gathering in the stadium about Photos by R. P. -McLendon. I night restated intentions to make

, .., 7 o'clock, but the skier soon A \
"sanitary" dump.
a
I.W'. Top-ranking beards are pictured at left. First row ((1-r) James the new dump
cleared and the stadium
quickly The Council the go ahead
gave
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filled with the largest audience Watson ugliest; Carr Colley, whitest; J. E. Sherwood, 'fanciest. 2nd signal for purchasing materialsso

since the opening on Monday i row' (l-r) S. R. hicks, bushiest; Ewell Lawson, blackest; Jimmy Sul- that a street patching program -

night. A fireworks display after : ) ; ; ,, Uvan, reddest. can get underway. A "tar

the pageant and a final Centen- ; 4 v Recognition was given at final pageant': 1st ,row (I-r) G. W. kettle" for the patching projectwas
ial dance in the USO closed the"ty's ,1 :
activities. -. .'- .. t Burney *J; J. W. Padgett, oldest native man of county at pageant;' purchased recently. Council-
will be in
-. :Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Beebe man W. H. Noegel
4 couple married for longest time (63 years).
Guy Andrews, general chair- charge of the street repair.
) Standing (I-r) :Sirs. Lily Bridges teacher with _
longest teaching
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Ian of the Centennial Celebra- y4McGee The Council voted to remove

ion. has expresr.->d thanks to record in county ((31 years) ;:Mrs. Faye Andrews, person coming a' taxi stand on ,Madison streetat

all committee chairmen and other : from greatest, distance to Centennial ((San Antonio, Texas) ; Sirs. the corner of Walnut. Andrews

workers, and to the general public 'Ella Hai!>lop, person who had. lived in Starke for longest time; and said he has watched the stand
for its cooperation in makingthe for several days and no cabs
Mrs. Roberta Lambe of Tampa, oldest native woman at pageant.
celebration a success. have utilized the parking spaces.

He said yesterday that untila The Council okayed the pur-

final is made and public intoxication; Max Spool chan of summer clothing for the
check-up Virginian Freed In Court
Mayor's
%Whiffs 14 As Tornadoes Down TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
all bills are paid it will not be $50 speeding improper passingand way you write. Come In and select police department and took under
known just how the committeecame causing an accident; Walter consideration three applicationsfor

out. but feels certain that In Fighting Case II He Leaves Town Rollins Negro $25, reckless Fountain your favorite Pen. TELEGRAPH ESTEKBROOK jobs on the police .force.

the celebration was financed .Lake City For Third Straight Win driving; Henry Dalton Perry .$10,

"without going in the hole" and A Virginia man; convicted of : and said he had to lie about running red light; Earl W.

that possibly a profit to bused <. fighting a restaurant owner' who them in ,order to obtain work.. Wilson, $10, running red light above YOU are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of St. Edward's Church

for a civic purpose. mightbe The Bradford High Tornadoes one run. In the fourth frame I had employed him Monday in In other action, ,Mayor Jack- and ,Aaron F. Taylor, $10, for your answer or pleading: to the complaint I

realized. This information will headed for .the group tournament the Lake City boys brought in Mayor' Court was'given the son dismissed. charges' against! running r..op: sign. Frank on the Landrum Plaintiff's P. AttorneyT. O. Box Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m.

be announced as soon as compiled. Thursday# with a three game win- another run to tie it up until choice of leaving town on the Ottis Cecil Geiger and Etna Fay 546, Starke Florida Holy day masses 6:30 a. m. and

he said.Station ning streak under their belt Starke broke the ice in the sixth. next bus or spending 10 daysin Dixon after ruling that the accident NOTICE TO APPEAR and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on of 8:30 a. m.Children's.
:
Thurr :lay Bradford High en- jail. in which they were involved : la Clrr.U Court. Bradford CHtyFlorIdI 'or before the Catechism ClasS each
with the most recent victory a tered the group tournament be- The Willis Dunsford. : \ la Chancery. I' 10th day of June 1957; .
Plaintiff
man. was unavoidable. Geiger I Charles Pfeffer, vs. of said Wednesday at 3J5 p. m.
otherwise the
Sold 6-2 contest with Lake City ing played at Jacksonville Beach headed for Jacksonville on the wart charged with being involvedin Hannah Pfeffer Defendant.Case No. '.10-2185 .Complaint will be allegations taken as confessed Keystone Heights

Tuesday. by going against Terry Parker. bus Monday evening. an accident and Mrs. Dixon Xetlce To AppearsTo by you.- (At St. William's Chapel)

R. N. (Dolph) Chamberlin this I.I Curtis McGee allowed only The winner of that contest will Herb Thomas the complaining with reckless driving after their : Hannah Pfeffer,' whose residence This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce (Follow Hiway 21 south to St.
week two hits while whiffing 14 Lake play the winner of the Dup Jlt: witness testified .t hat Duns- in and addess is: 205 Tenafly weeks In the Bradford County Tele
announced the sale of cars were involved a collision Road, Englewood, New Jersey William's Sign.)
Gainesville radio station WGGG City players and walking only Fletcher fray Friday. ford'fi attack had teen provoked Saturday at the, intersection of you are hereby notified tnat a graph Dated this 7th day of May, 1957. Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
suit for and
two. Only three Starke lath Baseball Coach Clifford Mc- when the man cursed at Mrs. divorce custody con- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
streets.
Call and Walnut of
trol minor 7:30
children. a. m.
supportof
\\y the Alachua Broadcasting Co. Clerk of the Circuit Court Holy day masses
went down by strikeouts while Griff was well pleased with' theteam's Thomas. He said he grabbed According to the testimonev, defendant and minor children By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk Confessions before all Masses.
b Thompson K. Cassel -f Elmira the team collected 9 hits and chances of winning these Dunsford at that point and the Mrs. Dixon's car was in the mid- has been filed agalnbt you in in. I 6/10 4t 5/31

V. Y. committed 5 errors. preliminaries and going on to the man then savagely attacked him dle of' the interaction waiting

Chamberlin is co-owner of radio -I ,It was a nip and tuck ball state meet. "like a wild beast" Thomas displayed for a truck to turn left when 1 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -

fictionVRGR in Starke and game until the sixth inning when On May 24 Jhe Bradford boys a shredded shirt he saidDuword the light changed and Geiger.his Sell It Rent ft Trade II HEIGHTS STATE BANK FLA.-. MEMBER KEYSTONE -.

was, principal stockholder in WG BUS forged ahead with two runs will meet Santa Fe to deter- had torn from his back. vision obstructed by the FDIC.WANTED .

and put the icing on the cake mine the winner of the Keytfone: The attack climaxed annoying truck:. ,started across the street
Bottled Gas
GG. The sale price was reportedto with two more in the seventh. Conference crown. Each of these I actions by Dunsford in which the and hit her'car. Customers.- Low 500 new installation cost.

be: 'in the neighborhood of The Tornadoes brought tW teams has two conference wins man had followed Thomas around Johnnv McCrav. Negro was MH TELEGRAPH 'CLASSIFIED Prompt Furniture Service.Co. Harry C. Elrod tfchg

$$100,000.. men home in the first inning and one loss. I "jawing at me" Thomas said. released after Mayor Jackson

and Lake City countered with .,Thomas blamed Dunsford's ac- ruled the evidence was insuffi- FOR REiT-Flve room furnishedapartmt'nt.

Parrish Starke's statistics m : ab 4 II 2 R 2 I. tiors'on epileptic seizures with cient 'to hold him on a chargeof Low.Rates Good Results Easy To Plan baby. 626. N.Will Church accept St. Phone small

_. ; which he is afflicted. and disturbing 175W. Apply 518 N. Church St.
Alderman If 4 1 2 I Durr/ord: admitted that he is caur'ng a fight SO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . BO- tfchgWE

THIS WEEKS SPECIALS Richarde 3b 4 1 1 .the victim of occasional "spells" McCray the peace.testified that he had EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2 e BUY AND SELL USED FURNITURE. .
4 1 1
McGee p I Elrod Furniture Co.
rf 3 2 0 ben attacked by several men me ADDITIONAL, FOR BLIND ADS ba ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE Phone 43. tfca
Harden Drills EndMidgets DI"COITWT OF IK PER rV.KT ON TWO OR HORR INAKHTIOV,
when he entered a building in
3 0 0
2b
Williams THINKS TO UtRFRIENDS
/ May 17 May 23 3 0 0 Reno and found them ,gambling.One .I FOR RENT-3 room nicely FOR REXT One and two bedroom -
Pace c ,
, 1 I I of the men had a pistol he' TV ed apartment.and electric Air kitchen. furniSh-I in. furnished apartments. Close
Goolsby cf 3 1 Desirable: location. W. IL Far some of the nle*.t listings that
Brown. Ib 3 1 0 To testified. aged adults preferred. Vnllman, 2j W. Madison. tfchg we hate had klnre we have brrmIn
Play JH. 1. Rox 44. Bessent Rd. tfchg
None of the other Negroes the real mtate bnxiatHi. WeiiI
31 9 6 FOR SALE
TOTAL -Young Angus Bulls. ,, lint a few that yea should
PANTIES involved appeared as witnessesand POWER :MOWERS FOR RENT at Will sell at beef prices. Phone nee
The Bradford High School, baseball another who had been'ar- Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. _285. Doyle E.: Conner Ins. Uchg
Football TodayFootball Also new mowers for Sale. C5 acre farm, very fertile laud
16 squad racked up two impres- rested David Sanders, had paida Easy payment plan. Pay while FOR SALE-Used rrigidaire. 9 cu.' larr shade ,treex and beaatlfallmN.
sive victories in previous gamesas $25 bond and did not appear. you mow. Buy where you can ft.. excellent shape and running Modern CBS home, every
Irregular of 29c Mcee on May 4 held the North- Police said they had found no get service on, what you buy. condition. Reasonable price. _n'..1...... large barn. Laudpartly
tfchg Mrs. H. Mooty. 200 planted IB
will be back in the E. Adkins St. Improved paatare.
3-limit eastern Conference's champion evidence gambling and no gun. tf Oar mile from to"..
Gainsville High club to three hits spotlight this afternoon (Friday) bonda Elwood List Your Property For Sale
Forfeiting were A.'IlTED-Gardener to take :: term with 880 feel U. S.
with an action and fun packed care on
for a 7-3 win and on May 7 Thomlinson $50 public intoxica- With of gardens. Cottage on klngsley 301. Ideal Mite' for netrl or other
allowed only one hit as Starke game promised as the midgets Lake, rent free to caretaker den lop...... Prier In line with
CigaretteLIGHTERS trounced P. K. Yonge 12-2. test their skills to wind ,up their tion and profane language; S. STROUT REALTY COMPANY Mrs. J. A. LeClerc. phone 2461 or comparable pronertlt '
J. Wilson Vickers public Intoxication write Rt. 1, Box 361 Starke.. trcl1g
Coach Clifford McGriff was especially spring football practice. :New home In StarLe'a flnmtdnrlopmmt.
and profane language Farm' Home and Business Prop-
the May Kickoff time is 4 p-: m. at the FOR RENT-Five room house paved rnnnnra andstreets
pleased with $50; James Harmon Negro, $25 erty -"Free O.pen Listings shower, front porch, near school City Itllltlea, telephone
a'nce the BHS stadium with the admis-. UO ner .
4 performance STROUT REALTYJohnie month Phone 137. tfchg and mall delUrrlea.Snbnlantlal

team was not only playing the sion price, for ,student and ,
Hansen, RepresentativeP. CESS POOL and Septic Tank Clean- homes built a few
59 well respected Gainsville f.quad, 'adults one tar of face soap. O. Box'SO? Starke, Fla. ing. Phone Brooker 9461. 2tp 5/10 yearn ago \tlth modern rontenirrtt -

*Assl. Styles but were playing under lights Two intersquad teams, the .J WRGRSTARKE 5 miles S. on SOl Phone Waldo SALESLADY Wanted must be and In rsrrllrnt, repair.
for'the first time since the Red and White have been
Automatic open- teams HObart 8-2831 tf experiences, ana willing to work. For Rent Four room house I.
ing game 27-9 debacle. formed of the 28 players who FLORIDA Nick's Fruit Stand. Up Starke, partly furnished and ..I..e

1.00 Value The previous night the Gainesville have undergone the five weeksof 1490 K 'C1 I':" PHONE 500 FOR RENT Two bedroom com In.

team 'had, won the NEC spring drill Field marshallingthe APARTMENTFOR pletely furnished house with car For these and other choice properties -
Listen 'to the Van Show port, on N. Walnut aeetFLORID
Perry St. Apply
will be John Arthur
Paxon of Red team
crown by defeating* at Ceney Island
RENT
AptsApt.. 2
Boxer Jacksonville 3-0. GHS has an 11. Reddirfi while' Woody Strickland, Won. thru Sat., 12S5 4:00. The 504 E. Brownlee. ltp 1 HKALTV CO of StarLe

C 2 season rec ro. star of the midgets last season kind of music most people like to 2 Bedrooms, Large' living Room. Mama Priest Kindergarten (Guy Andrew ,,-. B. Sen ell. A. J.
listen to most of the time. Regis
Against Gainesville High McGee will quarterback the White squad.At Dinette off Living Room. Furnish- tration for next year will be Thorn)

SHORTS .struck out 12 men and walked the start of training 37 Monday Through Friday ed. Modern Bath. Really this is 28 held, 29,in'30.,the Important Catholic that Hall I know.:May 35,". Temple Aie. Slarke, Fla.
19 5 a second floor bungalow. Tel. 383
I boys turned out but the sauad 6OOSign On and News 5/31

Starke AB R H has been ,trimmed down to 28. 6:05) ,Songs of the Gospel PHONE 7 tf .NEED TIRES
Irregular 39c BHS Coach Lennard Register Get them MAN OR WOMAN to take over
6:30 ,Clockwatcher now pay as you ride.
Parrish. ss 3 2 2 Ask for route of established customers in
Size 2-6 Alderman If' 4'0 0 predicted that the fans can expect 7:00 News of the World WHEN IN NEED OF Lacy Conway our easy Sales budget and Service.terms, Starke. Weekly profits of 150.00or

2-limit Richarde. 3b '" 4 0 2 an, "intereriing" game witha I "7:15 Hymn for the Day LANDSCAPINGFILL Union Pus. Station. Starke Fla. or more other at investments start possible.necessary No car

McGee p 4> <,1 1 few laugbs thrown in. Most ')f 7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air tfchg Will help you get started. WriteC.
\ stars of last will play R. Ruble, Dept. 5.%, The J.P. .
the season DIRT HELP WANTED
Harden. cf 4 0 2 7:30 Weather Around the Nation Men and Wo- .
Watkins Memphis
Company
Pace c 3 0 0 including Ronnie Eaves and 7:35 Clockwatcher men.filled.Various- positions to be 2, Tttnnfooff. lip
'- DISKINGW. Apply Florida
Boys' WashSUITS Williams 2b 4 2 t2 Marion Cottle who provided a 7:50. News and Sports or _Land. Highland. 2tchg Reptile 5/24 FOR RENT-Kinksley Lake; newly

Brown Ib 3 1 0 number of thrills with their run- 8:05: Clockwatcher L. THIGPEN, JR. MAIL AWA'\ to decorated furnished cottage.
friends relatives
r Johns rf 2 1 1 ning and plunging. 9:00: 9:05, News Bt 2 Box 245-D-, Alton Ed.PHQNE complete story of and Starke- {Summer'. Penre,Rates. North .Side.Itrhg H.

S TOTAL 31 7 10 The midgets team'composed of 9:05 9:25 Howdy Friends 297-J County Centennial :3 big issues' Bradford
and 8th made rTelegraph including 48- FOR RENT:: Furnished 4 room
1 The only hit allowed ""by ,McGee 6th. 7th graders 9:30 Howdy Friends Btarke, Fla. page historical edition wrapped apartment. private entrance. To

too Value in the P. K. contest was a Texas its debut in Starke last season 9:45: Radio Chapel Just and mailed to any address SOc. see it is to appreciate It. Apply
bring
1st Quality leaguer over first base in the providing a lot of, football fun 10:00 Cedric. Adams Show DUB TK1TH AJnOVKRlARYRAniOS S Bradford,us County your mailing Telegraph.list. :310 N Walnut Pt. Itrher

third inning. Joe Harden started for the fans.Lineups 10:30 Music for the'Missus'" REPAIRED FOR SALE-Fox Terrier puppies.
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the ball rolling for Starke witha for the game ,today 11:00 News ReasoBBhle CfcanwiCHAM. r..feHi *OK A. K.SALK C. Registered- Chihuahuas also 6 weeks old Wilhjelm U. S.
Pekingese 301 North make turn at Sleepy
homerun in the second inning will be: C. HfTEPHERn7M puppies Phone 2471.
Men's 11:05 Let's Go Calling W. Toll Rf. Mtark ... Starke. Itch,! Hollow Motel. 3rd house from
with two men on base. During Red team! Ends Billy Dowl- 11:30 Farm corner. .ftp 5/4
Roundup A
WATKINS
ROUTE IS OPEN .
I the game Harden collected three ing. Billy Powell and Buddy Ed YES. YES It will pay you to FOR BRADFORD 21
12:00: Public Service COUNTY. THIS CHANNELS:: 4 AND 38. In. Wea-
HANKIES hits in four times at bat. Richardealso wards. Tackles Glen Harrell 12:15 come to Butts Mobil* Homes in IS A GOOD ROUTE FOR A Hlnghouse TV. Take up payments.Dahmer's. .
Noon News Jaekf""iville. Fla 6017 Roosevelt
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7C. collected three for four and Charles Torode. Guards ,- 12:30 Talk of the Town Blvd. or 5852 Phillips Highway KINS CO.. 659 WEST PEACH-
while McGee got a double in four David Ingram.? Steve Williams. for your new or used mobile -TREE ST. N.E. ATLANTA, OA. FOR SALE Blue Oldsmobile \
1,00 Songs of the Siesta home. Airstream Travel Trailer
\ the 4tchg 8/7 Perfect condition. Clean inside
to plate.
trips Bill North and Arthur Holliday. fontractors Field Office Trailers. ,
lOc seller 2:00 News and out. 4 door. 1155. 644 N.
McGee struck out 8 P. Kl men Quarterback John Arthur Red- Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closed FOR SALE Used 8 MM Movie Cherry St. Itp
1st Quality to bring his season total of 2:05 Music' for Motoring Sundays. Phone Evergreen 4-1441. Cam Brownie $%0. New. 8 MM
'* dish (captain). Halfbacks John 3:00 News 4tch r 6/7 Bell & Howell Movie Camera FOR SALE Purebred Boxer puppy -
White & Color strikeouts to 11. Only one error Adams and Jimmy Malone. Fullback _13995 at Bullington's. tfchg 11 mo. old. ears trimmed
was commited by Bradford High 3:05 Radio Ranch WANTED Responsible man' for tail chopped. $50. See Bob Lappe,
Jerry Ritch. Center : News 1111.white combination Insurance Will take
4:00 one or two semiInvalidsor : 318 N. Christian St. Starke. Up
players an error in throwing Debit. Coveriner Starke and Law- elder persons for care In
Mike Darby. my
4:05 At, Your Request tev .area. Phone .CalnesvilleiR11. home. Reasonable WANT TO CONTACT
while P. K. men erred six times. ratis. :Mrs. J. part or all
White Team: Ends Halle 6:00: WRGR News Parade <<- itp D. Henry P. O. Pox 218, Waldo. parties in Bradford County who
Seymour. Lynnwood Watera and 2tchg 5/24:, have purchased any home appliances -
150 Starke AB H R (World ,
) National. State and I FOR SALE 1 >cre of land. Good from Wrought Iron Range
I Parrish, 2b 4 .2 3 Richard Duggar. Tackles.;.- Ron Sports) location for ),OUlp. 2 miles out FOR SALE Billy goat. Nanny, Co. of St. Louis. Write me and
0 W. 'Call St. Alderman If 4 2 2 aid Crawford and Cecil Leach. 6:15 Instrumentally Yours no Raiford }{d.' Contact, Dewitt goat fresh and kid 2H mo old., I will visit you. F. C. Hodges
f''f'WIl. Itp 135. :Mrs. Latterman Rt. 2 Box: Justice of the Peace Rt Z. Pox
Richarde, 3b .* '4 3 1 Guards Mike Denton. Neal 6:45 Public Service %18. ltD 63. Starke Fla. ItO

McGee, p .' 4 1 1 Phillips., Allen Crews, and Mathew 7:00 Newsic LOST, One bell used In school
scene at Centennial FOR RENT
pageant. Finder Four room furnished Small Apartment For Rent
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Harden' cf *;,-. 4 3 3 Griffis. Quarterback 7:05) Shank of the Evening please return to Bradford garage apartment on Kingsley couple. No children. Mrs. Sallie-
Pace, c 3 2 1W1nianm Woody Strickland (captain.) Saturday r.l\nntv Telegranh. it Lake. Phone 2(41. ltp" _Tison. 417 N. Front St. Itp

Phone I L' 2b 400 I Halfbacks Ervin Martin and Same schedule as above, except FOR SALE 7 x 35 Binoculars. Wanted carpenter jobs by the hour., WANTED Dependable help for
Brown. Ib 200, Ronnie Eaves. Fullback Marion i 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. lifetime guarantee only $41.50 at Write H. Johnson. Rt. 1 Box general house work. 6 days per
'' BulUngton'g. tfehgFAR 125-A. Etarke. Itp week. Call :Mrs, Moore J73-J 'or
Rivers Ib .1 1. 1
S5t Cottle- Center Marty Crosby. Sunday _19. Ztchjr 5/24
Johns rf 2 1 0 The soap being charged for 7:30 Sign On. Religious :
programsuntil SALE Good n,*d 3 ft: FOR SALE 4 room house o'n FOR RENT Nice t bedroom I
Stallings rf 1 0 0)I admission will be used in the 1 p.m. Norge refrigerator Pair p""e Rd. 100 outside City limits furnished house with stove,nil-1
TOTAL33 15 12: locker rooms for the football 1:00' to 6:00 The Sunday Show, .Oood .condition.' Owc d by Mrs $3,25000 rash. Geo. W. Cheshler, mile North of Lawtey. Inquire I
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: For The Woman's Club Of Starke



ed q 14rsfll jew
The May Breakfast held last president.It ,

week by the Woman's Club mark- yc" ,(. '. "''. -. was during this period of i Sq I :
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ed the 50th of the r' the
anniversary ,.. 'Jr'.N. early 1920's that the women __
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oldest organization of its type to.' .. !. '. first began making plans fora

in the city. The history of the .Jj,!... ,_,'- .' "0. r -.. .'".... -?f ,.' club house of their own, with
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club is interesting, reflecting as \. ,;..... ': "."+. .t'1.,: Mrs. A. H. Freeman suggesting
\ It, does, the many changes that ."" r. that definite steps be ''taken in
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Jiave occurred in Starke during .'fit ." 'fJ. t.. that direction., Use or possession'

the last half century.The '''f;< .' .... . of the. cAd school building at the
It.- .of. Since its founding the Woman's Club has been active in 'civic affairs. Pictured
O' corner of and
story begins with a mod- i } 1\\' Walnut Thompson
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est notice appearing in the Octo- ;' '''''. tl.(7: : Streets was suggested and the above is a decorated car entered in a parade here more than SO years ago. Identified -

ber 12, 1906 issue of The Tele- .i \ .L.\A.4 .1QO, ". ..... .. "W club-building movement was on >i> are: in front seat, Miss Madge Middleton driving the seven passenger Empire

. graph inviting. all mothers of f.. 1JPr''. ... sJ ;; .- -. .h'... ,",'""' in earnest with Mrs. N. D. and. Miss Jeannette Matthews; in middle seat, Mrs. N. Wainwright. ; in rear seat,
Starke to meet at the High .- t Wainwright serving as:chairmanof Mrs. C. A. Futch. .
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School Annex for the purposeof A diii! the building committee. .
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organizing a Mothers Club. .i i.. There followed several years wright had the pleasure of meeting until today it is one of the finest adding more shelves, and on

The organizational meeting was r jI.; of hard work during which the the initial payment a yearin cultural centers of the county. March 3, 1956 the new Bradford

held and the following officers V .', '1 .. women held food sales, sponsored advance, thus saving the club The original library was housedin County Library was opened td
elected President Mrs. Ella -:. ., \ ;; various J
: entertainments, and $80.
r' en- the
public.
I the
,. --- a room of Woman's Club,
Hamilton (a primary school .. -- -; _.''. _- t.:0.. -_. -' gaged in numerous other 'fund- During Mrs. Wainwright'sterm and was opened to the public After moving the library to
teacher);' Vice President, Mrs. '.. ... /' "" .. raising'activities.. At length a of office various for i
the time
,- gifts were first on June 19, new quarters, the committee be-
F. A. Scott; Secretary, Mrs. A. '- ; 'r. .; 99-year lease was obtained on received by the club. A piano 1935, with Mrs. Jeanette C. gan cataloging the books, a pro-

H. Freeman; Treasurer, Mrs. :.-...:,....... the club house property and the was placed in the auditorium, a Young as librarian.In ject estimated to take two years.
N. D. Other charter .. remodeling of the'old 'school
Wainwright. -
victrola given by cf
a
group the collection of 986 vol- Today the library consists cf
members of the group were Mes- house building was begun. young men, and a curtain do- umes which represented the resources over 8,000 volumes, and coversa

dames, W. M. Solomon, Jno. C. Other members "of the building nated by Mrs. L. A. Davis for the of' the original library, wide range of interests.
Wills, T. R. Sweat, T. N. Lim- committee
were Mrs. Middleton, stage.A .
were 777 books donated from Presently: the Woman's Club
baugh, Clara Lane, T. 'J. Grif-
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
'Mrs J. H.
of 1926 Mrs. In
newspaper clipping Young's'private library. and the City Council are to-
fin, D. M. Gonto, E. S. Mat- The attractive Woman's Out building on oak-shaded Walnut Street has been Ritch; 'Mrs.: W. J. Epperson, and reports that officers that year addition to this early contribu- gether paying the salary of the
thews, Vasco Alvarez, W. B
Haynes, W. H. Russell, and a cultural center in Starke for more than thirty years. Mrs. G. M. Inman. were: President, Mrs. N. D. tion 1 Mrs. Young served as Librarian librarian, while all other costs
r .In May of 1922, Mrs. Wain- Wainwright; vice president, Mrs.E. through all the years are assumed by the county com
initials recorded) .
Floyd ( not cipal..Meetings were held monthly H. C? Richard) ,served the following ship the club prospered.In wright, who had served so capa- K. Perryman; secretary Mrs i until her death in 1956. 1 mission.

The by-laws proclaimed: "The at the school house and dues year as president, and the '17, with the U. S. at war, ably as chairman of the building Edward Burns; treasurer, Miss: Cost of maintaining the librarywas In October, the library will oe
the
objects of this club shall be were 10 cents per month. club broadened its interest to the club, under the direction of committee was elected club Mabel Weller. Department chair- borne partly by the WPA, turned over completely to the

"dissemination of knowledge include civic affairs and com- Mrs. A. M. Darby, volunteeredfor president and had the honor of men were: Civics, Mrs. E.. K. until "1939, when financial help county commission. Thus ful-
Other members
for the bet- early included
-among the members munity betterments." Red Cross work and made presiding at the first meeting in Ferryman; education, Mrs. T. was received from the school filed will be the, Woman's Club

ter training of the youth, to Mesdames R. P. Mattox J. M. In Oct. 1908, Mrs. E. S. Matthews its contribution in sewing garments the new club house.' In Novem- J. Alderman; legislation, Mrs.J. board, 'county commission, and long-time abjective of foundingand

afford entertainment and amuse- Alvarez, E. P. Duncan, A. M. was elected president, and 'I and other work. ber of that year the buildingwas L. Peek music, Mrs. DeWittC. the Starke city council. nurturing a library until

ment for them, and to do what- Darby, John Uglow, A. V. Long, during her term of office, the ,, formally opened. .Jcnes; 'health, Mrs. W. E. By 1947, the library had outgrown such time as it would be taken
ever the moral and physical FVW. Shermon, and J. R. Davis.In club placed furniture and bOOkS Mrs R. A. Weeks was again Various individuals and or- Middltton; finance, Mesdames, the room it had startedin over by the county and operatedas

welfare of the youth demand; the minutes of one of the in the school, and the janitor's elected head of the club when ganizations in Starke contributedthe J. L. Frazee, J. L. Peek, H. C. and the Woman's Club gave a free public library for the

and such other purposes as may early meetings, reference is salary was supplemented by the the group resumed pre-war ac- sum of 2215.00 to the building Ritch, and D. I. Ames; house, up its sun parlor to make avail- citizens of Bradford County.In .
be determined by the club from I made to the interest of the groupin tivities. During this period they fund, with, many of the don- Miss Florence Matthews; pro- able four times more space for performing this worthwhile

time to time." I the schools, as follows: group. voted to support Woman's: Suf- ors giving $100 each. Presentation gram, Mrs. R. A. Weeks; school, the- increasing number of bookson service the club has carried out

The new Club was formed tc "Those present enjoyed 15 Mrs. Hamilton was president following frage, and it was in this year of the sum was made dur- Mrs. John Uglow; membership, hand. one of the objectives of its founders
1909 and in the
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be a "strong auxiliary to the minutes of preliminary exercise again that the name of the club was ing a meeting of the club by Mrs. Lenthal Wyman; press, However, in 1954 the situatio? in 1906, to foster ... the
Mrs. A. M. Darbywas
school, as the school! next to : looking over the compositionand year changed to the Woman's Club Col. A. Z. Adkins and J. L. Peek. Mrs. R. F. Clark. Junior Club in called for still more space, and dissemination of knowledge
elected head of the organization. -
the home, is the most potent' drawing books of the primary She served for three terms, of Stark?. Club records show that $5,000 charge of Mrs. R. F. Demorest. the Woman's Club was offered among the members for the bet

factor In the foundation and development school grades." '10, '11 and '14 and the club's When Mrs. Weeks moved from waS borrowed to finance the remodeling One of the biggest projects of the top floor of the Agricultural ter training of the youth to

of character." An early history of the Wom- during this time con- Starke in February 1920, Mrs.A. of the building, and the Woman's Club through the Building for use as the libraryby afford entertainment and amuse-
One condition that needed at- progress Z. Adkins filled the vacancy that.the first payment was due years has been the free library the county commission. A ment for them, and to do what-
member-
an's Club, written by J. M. Al- sisted of an increase in
tention at the time was given as until May of that year, when in 1925. With the finance committee which, since started by the organization committee of the Club set to ever the moral and physical
varez and presented by Mrs.F ship and the raising of a large
an example: Mrs. W. E. Middleton was elect, very active, Mrs. Wain in 1935, has grown work redecorating the rooms and welfare of the youth demand."
F. Stump at a meeting held sum of money.In .
"Three years ago there were in the club's new building in 1912, when Mrs. R. A. .
boys in the third grade of thG 1924, contained the following i .
Weeks was president, the name :
, Starke school who could notread "... ,,-to.
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highlights: '? ? WaS changed to the School and ..
in the first reader and who .
"During the tenure of the Civic Club, and departments '
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could the alphabet not form..all. conditions the letters are in first president, Mrs. Ella La formed embracing civics, educa- : TQDfcLMF BRINGS YOU THE MOST '

such that .. the majority of, Fontisee, Hamilton (now Mrs.B. tional, school and music. Mrs. T' ,
Weeks re-elected in 1913. .
teachers ... appreciate the advice B. Barco) an interest in the was .. .
school and general welfare of headed the organization -
and loving support of the Mrs. Darby up .
the youth was created which has in 1914, and in the .
best mothers.


group First office was project for to furnish the set school up a by libraryand prin-the I:I lived"Mrs.our all Club Clara these today.Lane years, (later-and-. -- livesin Mrs. -Mrs.following resident J. ,R.two and Halligan years under 'her 15 served I and.leader-'16.as I I.i ::, RFVnillTlflNARV\ lUinTdR fllFI I flF OUR TIMF ;, ,


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PAGE TWO BBADFOBD COUNT>! TELEGRAPH STABKE- FljOEIDA ..
MAY
FRIDAY
17 1957 ,

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NOTICENotice Description 8. T. l!. Deaal..... -
Aerea Owartl Taxes I. T. R.Aerq
Otnn .. Taxes before the 27 day of May, 1957; This notice shall to published) one
Is given the will .
hereby tHat following described lands
ae sold Lots 8, 9, iq of Elk of NE(4 of'S otherwise the allegations of said each week for four consecutive
Public Auction the 31st Starke
at on day of May. 1957. at ENE
will Bradford
2 I Complaint bo taken a* confess weeks in the County Tele
the County of Bradford State of Florida to play the amount due for in Gahagan S/D Wllliajn Wesley 7.35 % of River 8 a 22 10 A. W. Weisner ed by 700. graph.* .

taxes herein set opposite to the same, together, with all coats of such Lot 19, 23 'of Blk 2 I."*9 T. J. Alderman 2.11 This notice shall be published once Dated this 19 day of April. 1957.
..
sale and advertising. 9 & Lot 12 of Blk r Lot 5 cf Ixke'Bed. each week for four consecutive (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,
3 of Gahagan ford Shores weeks in the Bradford County Tele Clerk of the Circuit Court
*
Deaerlftloa 8. T. R. Acres Owner Taxes Raymond
... G. Wet
SID >. --" {. Hump Cohen 8.35 graph. By Marian'L Crosby. Deputy Clerk
NEU of NEU EX 0 net.t Z .71 Dated this IS day' of April.- 1957. 4/26 4t 5/17

Drainage Ease Com at NW Cor of ... .. Tracts 3D, tD f (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby -
ment _R/W 36 Ii 20 40 Alfred V. Everett: 41.SS Blk 2 S of R 2 \ .huh .s .' -, ML Pleasant SID'. ,''" /, J'. ; J. .' Jessie T. Stewart LiT -Clerk of the Circuit Court. NOTICE TO APPEARla
E ft run S Loft ',"J : is By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk "Circuit c...... BraUord Coar.ry
Lots 13, 14 of Blk. for A POB, run E \ ; e' .5 \" 5 Tract 12, 13 Cart ,, 4/26 4t 6/17 Florida t la Caaaecry.
. 29 in town of 60 ft S 50 ft, W VoUkopf SID Claire 1r. Parks 61.49
New River 23-24 I 20 R. C. Faldree 2.45 60 ft, N 50 ft to _- NOTICE TO APPEAR Paul J. Welts, Plaintiff, TS.
1 POE' In Temples N !00' of W'1/t of < la Circuit Curt Bradford Coanty Frances L., Welts' Defendant.
EU of SW% 27 I. 20 40 R. H. Green. Jr. 10.71' I S/D EX R/W 21 I'U- ".-: N% of NErn U I 2Z 10 Billy. F. Williams FlorUat la Chaaeery. Case No. 10-:)51
81.60
t Ena.ElIerson, Us'B'eg '\...." :; Daniel E. Salmon. Plaintiff, vs. ;Notice t. AppearTo ,
f EU of SWUE'4 U.O 40 Lucile E. Green 10.71 at SE Cor of Beg at.BE Cor of Patricia Leary Salmon. Defendant. I : Frances L. Welts, whose
NWU, of SWU SE1H run N on E, .- :,', ," \ Case'N. 10-2152 'residence and address Is: 206 West
of SW 4 of run W 60 ft. N line of Sect'24 0, c' Notice To Appear.To < 20th Street Erie, Pennsylvania.You .
SWU & SEU of 200 ft. E 60 ft, 1593', SWly t8 A : : : '. : Patricia Lgary Salmon, whose are hereby notified that a
SWU 33 1 20 60 R. H. Green Jr. 25.79 S.200 ft, to FOB 22 I 22 Johnnie, Williams v PT oft S line of .e .. residence and address; Is: 7815 Bur suit for divorce
4.72 Sect 431' W of nett Road, Austin, Texas. has been filed against you in the
SE>K of NW>4 & N Com at SW Cor of SE Cor. E 431' to You are hereby notmea that a above named Court and cause and
3/4 of SWU of iNwri NW;; of SWU FOB U 8 22 5 : ;Albert Nelson 1.56 suit for divorce you are required to servo a eon
34 I 20, 70 Pw H. Green. Jr. 18.54 run E 460 ft. N -, ", has been files agaiast yea in the of your answer or pleading to the
i 230 ft, E 100 ft Beg 11t a pt on dlv above named Court and cause and complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor.
.
.S'S of SWIG of for POB. N 200 ft. S line of Rge. U >-_ ,", you are required to serve a copy of
NWU, 34 6 20 10 Queen Esta Castling E 50 ft. S 200 ft, L \ Z3 &E& 35'S your answer or pleading to the com- neyT. Frank Landrum P. 0. Box

4.87 W 60 fl to POB %Z' I 'u Horace Colbert 7.77 of cr. line of plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney 546, Starke Florida
.
Hwy 21, run S to Louis T. Ransom 608 Consolidated and file the original tft the office of
Lot 3 EX 15.7 A to Beg at SW Cor of lake, from POB'' .. Puilding, Jacksonville 2, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Ernest Edwards NWU of SWU ft .' .. run wly on S. : .., ; : I Florida. or before the 27 day of May,
& E% of NK of run E along U R/W 15', sly 7.6' '; and file tie original Inane oiflce of 1957; otherwise the allegations of
Lot 4 & Lot 5 & Sec line 560 ft for .. to lake ely along I ':', s' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or said Complaint will bo taken as
Stf of Lot 6 & N .. POD N 200 ft, E Lake to Int of lat ,--: before the 27 day of May. 1957: confessed by you.
3/4 of Lot 'I, 8, 9ft 50 ft. S 200 ft to \ ... line from' POE 26 I 22 Albert Nelson 17.'lZ otherwise the allegations of said This' notice shall be publishedonce
; 10 'Z 7 20 335 -Bigham Enterprise each week for four
% Sec line W Complaint will be taken a* confessed consecutive
Inc. 24S.E2 along U Sec line Com at SEI.Cor of _. by you. weeks in the Bradford County
50 ft to POB 22 N% of NEy of This notice shall be published Telegraph.
Lots I, 2, 10 11 Of I 1 22 Levy Lennon. 8.77 NW% ofNW once each week for f our.consecutive Dated this 24 day of April 1957
Blk. 1 in Ward All Et( of NWU' of run N 108 ft for ,I weeks In the Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
City t 7 20 G. H. Parker .5.67 NEU, N of Rd 24 1 22 10 Edward Hicks 25.94 POE then W 50ft. Telegraph. Clerk,ot the Circuit Court
N100 ft, E 50ft. Dated this 19 day of April 1957 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Lot 6 of Blk. 1 In W 40 ft of N 105 S 100ft to FOB 25 I 2Z Addle Lee Davis 6.1& (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 4/26 4t 5/11
Ward City t 7 20 lire.' L. A. Green 6.17 ft of E% of Cleric of the Circuit: Court

Lot 5 of Elk. 11 InWard NWU 0: SEU, of Lot 31 In' India. r: 1P By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

City I 7 20 Earl G, Cook <4.37< NEU, 23 1 22 Rogers Battle CUIW Beach Hazel Goodell Corr 4/26 4t 6/17 FOR
pedge IOU DEPENDABLE
6$ ft of NOTICE .
Uadivided Int. In SEU of TO APPEAR
i.i SWU of SE 4 & SE'k of NEU, 22 t 22 1 Percy Sullivan 24.20 1, n. KELLY la Circuit Coart. Bradford Coanty.Fiorina .

E all of SEU hard of Rd.SWU&, Lot 2 6 in& 'U*of Blk ". I Tax Bradford Collector County, Florida I Gertrude i L.la Mennella Chancery., Plaintiff, n, Termite Control

all SEU, of SW 4 Dowling John Mennella, Defendant
W of hard Rd EX Park SID -.1"' L. H Hartley 7.85 !. the Clrtmlt Coart ot Case No. 10-2148
Eighth of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court Notice To AppearTo
on 9 Hmuehold A Commercial
that port N of Gr. JadicUl Clrcalt
.f Florida
Lots 5&7 of Blk la or before the 10th
day of June : 'John Mannella whose residence *
Rd. & 'EX W 25 13 In orig Town aid For Bradford CoaBty.la 1957; otherwise the P Control
ft. 25 I 21 75 W. H. Wainwright 28.79 allegations of and address Is: Unknown.You !
fof Starke. #4iw'PI Mrs. W. 1'. Mar- Samuel J. Ferrara Plaintiff Chaae ry. said Complaint will be taken as are hereby notifies that a
vs. confessed by
All SW% of NEU shall 146.73 Barbara Shaver you. suit for divorce e Grove
Ferrara
Defendant. This notice shall be published her been filed against yon In the Spra1k1
NOfRd.3AtaNE I Lots 1, 3 of Blk 16 NOTICE TO DEFENDTo once each week for four consecutive above named Court and and
Cor. of SEUct Barbara Shaver Ferrara weeks In the cause
EXW25ft&EX Bradford
14.22E0.42 5- County Tele yon are required to' servo a Call FB. 6-6033
NWU, 27 I 21 23 Carl Reddish N 35 ft of Lot 1 whose address is: Unknown.You graph. copy of your answer or pleading to
In orig Town of Barbara Shaver Ferrara. are Dated this 6th day of May, 1957. the complaint
tea Plaintiff'sAttorney
fi',4 of NWU EX 3 Starke 1t... I Carl Ritch hereby notified that a Complaintfor (Official Seal) CharlesA. Darby 90
A in NE Cor. & 85.26 Divorce has been filed againstyou L Clerk of the Circuit Court ,' Carl G. Swanson, 109. Florida Pest Control
all N% of SW%, Com %10 ft E of NE 1 by your husband, Samuel J. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 'I Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville
N of Branch 27 S 21 117 Cry Reddish. Est. Cor of Broadway Ferrara' and you are hereby required 5/10 4t.5/31 and file the 2,original Florida the office of & Chemical Co.

2M. J. Thomas 1.69 & Hoyt Sts ft run to serve a copy of your the Clerk of the Circuit Court
21 on or
15% of NEU, of NEU 19 1 Plaintiffs '
answer ton attorney, and NOTICK 1'0'
N 105 ft E 52% f Aft APPEAR before the 27 day of May, 1957: 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
S 105 ft W 52 file the original answer or other la Circuit Coart Bradford Ceaaty.
SW; of SE% 13' 21 40 Doris Dell Etal 12.72 % ,otherwise the allegations of said
pleading In the office of the Clerkof FlorUni la Gainesville Florida
ft to POB 28 1 22 Cyde W. Colson 34.13 Chaaeery. Complaint will be taken as confessed ,
the Circuit Court on or before
1 Lot In NE Cor. of Helen Arlene Anderson Plaintiff, by yon. J
June 3, 1957 if gall to do
Lot 2 of Blk 1 of I : you so, I _
Lot 17 being 666 vs Robert Lee Anderson
L T & Cos S/D Elizabeth Judgment by default will be taken Defendant.
McCoy
ft. sq. In Wood Case No. 10-2170
against you for the relief demanded I.
N. H. Starling 14.22 Agt 9.90
lawn 10 I 22 3 In the Bill of 'Complaint JTotloo T. Appears .

Lots 17 18 in f W% of Lots 3 ft 4 Done and Ordered this 1st dayof To: Robert Lee Anderson, whose That's Our Business

Woodlawn, 14 I 22 20 A. MorrisCarlton 13.22 of Blk 27 in LT" "- May, 1957, at Starke, Florida residence is Corpus Christie, Texas,
& cos SID ,7'i: i r"r-: Frances Slocum Wil Charles Darby and whose address is: C/o Duncan If It's Glass We Have ItS!
Clerk of Circuit Court furniture Company, 1337 South
llama 6.27
WU of Lot 14 In
Woodlawn IS I 22 3 G. Williams 3.11 Py Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Staples Street, Corpus Christie, CALL WRITE or VISIT
Blk 4 in Temples Lewis D. Haines; II Texas. i
r
N34 of NEU of add EX Lots 1, 2 Attorney for Plaintiff You are hereby notified that a suit
SEi 21 S 22 20 Agnes Thomas Wain. ft 3 of Blk t. 'T. A. A. Annis 22.30 1431 N.E. 26th StreetFt. for divorce, custody, control and Joe Peters Glass Co.
Lauderdale Florida
wright 7.69 support of minor child has been
Tom at SE Cor of r' 5/1 4t 5/24:! filed

NWU of SW; EX I NEU of SETA of '' ,' r against you in the above named FOR ANY'GLASS NEED
10 A in NE Cor. 22 I 22 30 Agnes Thomas Wain. NEU & run N 18 _
wright 9.69 ft, W 107 ft forAPOErunN115 la the Circuit Court la and For Court and cause ana you are, required We Design Modern Store Fronts
Bradford County, Florida to serve a copy of your answer
E'i of NWU of ft. W 100 ft, S "S I. Chancery. or pleading to the complainton Just Mail Us A Pattern for

SEU 22 I 22 10 Elisabeth Prince 115 ft, E 100 ft to Charles Wesley Howell, Plaintiff the Plaintiff's Attorney Table Tops
Bartell 6-H POB 29 I 22 > S. W. HaIsten 28.94 vs. Margaret M. Howell, Defendant. Daniel A. Japour 306 Guaranty
Divorce No. 10-2169 Life Building Jacksonville 2, 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
Lot 9 In Town of Beg at NE Cor of Notice By Publication la Suit Florida
Sadie Crawford 3.16 SEU of NEU run For
Lawtey E of Ry. Divorce and file the original in the
office of
W 335 ft, S 330
To: Margaret M. Howell 746
the
Lots 3, 4. 5, 6 of. ft to POB then E : South George Street, York Pennsyl or before Clerk of the the 10th Circuit Court. on
of
June
130 ft S 50 ft 'r day ,
Blk. 13 In Lawtey : \ vania. 1957
t Jessie Armstead 9.69 W 130 ft N 60 ft ; otherwise the allegations ot
E of Ry. 'r' Ito You are hereby notified that a said Compaint will be taken
POB %9' 22 Lela Buckles 16.03 Bill of Complaint for Divorce has confessed by as
Lot 1 S/D of Lot 13 I lit. been filed against you, and hat you.
In Town of LawI Sd-; .' Com at NE Cor of you are required to serve a copy This notice shall be publishedonce
tey E of Ry. I' W. J. Barber 7.69 SE V, of NEU & of your Answer or pleading to the each week for four consecutive HUNDREDSof
run W 350 ft. S \ Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's weeks In',the Bradford County Telegraph. -
Lot 2 In Elk 16 in !.," 165 ft for A POE1. attorneys Tench & Reynolds, P. .
Lawtey E of Ry -- Harry Kittles 5.17 thence S 50 ft,.E -.' ',' O. Box 468, Gainesville, Florida, Dated this 2nd day of May, 1957.
150 ft, N 50 ft, W and file the original Answer or (OFFICIAL SEAL) details are managed and economically
One Lot 106 ft E : 150 ft to POB 29 C 22 ... ,_' ,,1.. M. .Gatlin ,., 36.70 pleading in the office of the Clerkof Charles X Darby, I
" & W by 274 ft N,1\ attended that
; the Circuit Court on or before I' only a trained and
& S In SW Cor of I 9!I .1 .. Com at NE Cor of .. the 3rd day of June1957. If Clerk of the Circuit Court. i
Lot 17 EX S 131. .- SEU of NEU & .,.. .r ,. 8 < ... fall to do so, judgment by default you By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. careful organization can attend when

ft in Lawtey E of .. run W 100 ft S h. : '. f ,' -. will be taken against you for the C/10 4t 6/31 the urgent need for serving is at I
; P/ertha Florence 7.17 ,
Ry "C' 15 ft for' A POB relief demanded in the Bill of Com
-
,''? ':. : then run S 100 ft :. :; plaint. NOTICE TO APPEAR hand. ,
Com at SW Cor of / ; \ W 50 ft W 100 ft 'I Done and Ordered at Starke, la Circuit Court. Bradford Coanty,
Blk 18 & run N \ ; E 50 ft to POB 29 8 22 'William T. Bennett 44.96 Florida, this 1st day of May, 1957. Florida i la Chancery.
274 It for A POB .,s' (\ .
run W 80 ft, N ..i I ) \ Beg 15 ft W of NE ." s/Charles Clerk of A.Circuit Darby,Court / Raymond E. Musclano, Plaintiff, TS.
10ftESO ftS Cor W Geraldine Mae Musciano, Defend
of % of DeWITT C.
/ 5/10 4t 5/31 JONES
102 ft to POB In', NEB of SEU of ant.
Town of Lawtey NEU run S 140 Case No. 10-2151 Phone
7
Starke
E of Ry -, Robert Austin 8.17 ft. W 100 ft to la the Circuit Cart of the .Third Notice To AppearTo ; Fla. ___,

;. POP, S 200 ft, W Judicial Circuit of Florida, la : Geraldine Mae Musclano,
Lot 27 In Town of 220 ft, N 200 ft, and For Bradford County whose residence and address Is: Funeral DIrector'AmbuIlDee Serrict
Lawtey E of Ry : .\ J. W. :Barber f 1.95 E 220 It to FOB 29 I 22 Elmer Thornton 1.27 la Chancery 1215 North 10th Street, Takoma, ...
.,. Walter D. Wood, Plaintiff, TS. Washington.You Our local funeral home enable tu to offer convenience
S 165 ft of Lot 32 .'4'", 1A In SW Cor'of Mabel B. Wood, Defendant. are hereby notified ,that a tn4eenlcea
In Town of Lfrw- Lot 4 of Blk 12 in NOTICE TO DEFENDTo eult for divorce not 0trw18avallable..
Icy E of Ry "'.f',. Jessie Lee :Barber 4.87 Gaskins add I 5."! 1 Seymonne Collete : Mabel B. Wood, 440 Sequine has been filed against you li the 4

Rosier LIT Avenue, Staten Island 9, New York. above named Court and cause and 14 AI III 1141 II' ,
I I
Lot 42 In Town of 'v: 1- Notice is hereby given that a and you are required to serve a III.

Lawtey E of Ry -J,':. ,. < Will Lee. 9.19 Com at NE Cor of > : 1 Complaint for Divorce has been copy of your answer or pleading to Wfurnish the highest type service at lowest price an4accept
..< SEA of SE 4, run *. filed against you by the Plaintiff the complaint on the Plaintiffs ,
W 1A of Lot 43 In : W 1186.3 ft, S in the above styled Court and you Attorney Louis T. Ransom, 608 ANY life Insurance policy In force, imed by ANT
Town of LawteyB r 353.3 ft then E are hereby required to serve a .
Consolidated Building Jacksonville in
Of Ry 10., '" Harry Kittles S.2S 395.6 ft, S 948.8 copy of your answer and pleadingsupon 2, Florida company t u payment part or In full on a funeral.

ft, W401.9ftN Charles A. Williams, Tubbs and file the original the office of Consultation tarries nos obliratltLJ
Lot 47 & S 1/3 of 1 948.8 ft to POB 30 6 22 S.9 LeRoy THlso 7.77 Building, Melbourne, Florida, At. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

Lot 46 in LawteyE .I i .torney.. for. the Plaintiff, and.. file. .
"
; .
Amelia Hawkins! 21.76 -- -- ------ -- -
of Ry. That port of SW% LUG unguiai answer or pleading in
ofNEN&Wof the office of the Clerk of the ,
f
Lot 49 & N 1/3 of :> Co Gr Rd 31' 22 8NEU Randall F. Chitty 9.91 Circuit Court Bradford County,
Lot 46 in Lawtey .. Starke, Florida on or before the
E of Ry x Fannie tewart LIT of NWU EX 10th day of June, 1957. If you fall

I '' 5 A in SW Cor to do so, a decree pro confesso will .,
1Lot100 ft N& -.. :'.: ft EX 2 A in NE. / be taken against you for the relief I
Sby490ftE & -'I. .-... Cor 32 / 22 33 Gus McFashloa 22.81 demanded in the Complaint. r
W in SB Cor of Witness my band and seal at (5 y 1

.. :, Com at SW Cor of 5 Starke, Florida, this 6th day of
Lot 52 In Town : : -'_ NWU of SEU ft May 1957.Charles ?Z,'

of Lawtey E of .. run E 221 ft.N t A. Darby
-I-*"'* L4j ,
14. .7: James Lewis Barber E.16 r 'Lr
Ry
152 ft for A FOB Clerk of Circuit Court
.. .I run N 129 ft to 1 By Marion 1... Crosby, Deputy Clerk 9 / Discover (
Lots 10 11 in Otts 1 '
S/D of Lawtey -, 'if J. L. Nicholson C.17 E sly aide along of Rd Rd 146 13, -5 ",. .5It "_ i t 5/10 4t 5/31 N Ii J i

NH of NEU of ... E 82 ft to POB 32 I 22 D. E. Knight 16.S3 la The County Jadge'a Court la

SEU t NEST of Com SE \ and For Bradford Cvaaty. Florida" S '
NWU; of SE 4 24 I 22 30 Clara L. Eryzon 13.72 at Cor of la Probate ,
NWU of SE!{ & "

J: 440 ft of SE>r; of' run N 566 ft for. j IN RE: Estate of : }
SWU of NW;; 25 I 22 7 Manuel McNeal 17.24 A POP, run W' Guy McKinney deceased.
490 ft, N 274 ft, "- r Notice ., Filing Pctltloa For
N 3/4 of NE% 25 Ii 22 120 Lee Kne Theung 4S.92 E 280 ft.. S 228 Final Discharge of Administrator
ft, E 210 ft. S 46 To All Whom It May Concern: ,
SEU of NWU of ft to POB U" 22-2 'Harrington Chandler 12.41 Notice is hereby given that I 1 !
SW% 25 I 22 10 John Allen C.97 .. have filed my final returns as ormanceA
ots 2&3 of Elk Administrator of the estate of Guy : S's
J5EU) ; of SWU Of 16 in Lincoln 1: Hi i T McKinney. deceased: that I have -
SWUSWU 25 I 22 10 C. I. &; M. Ding. City or.; Lucious .Cottle 4.95 flied *my petition for final discharge -
felder LIT and that I will apply to
1 Lot as desc DB the Honorable Theron A. Yawn, 1,1
of NEU of 77 Page 335. '33 C %2' A. J. Carver 7.35 Jr., County Judge of Bradford U2 rime

SEA 26 I 22 10 Robert WhiteWllJard E.17 County Florida, on June 3, A. D.,
*A In SE Cor of '- .1' 1957. for approval of the same and
IAin NW of SEU of NEU being -*?rI .- for final discharge as Administrator -
EEU of A for 35 I 22 1 &; Crawford 2.75 105 ft sq 34 22 H Pearl M. Colson ,%.n of the estate of Guy McKinney, ''NEW PBILLIPS 66

Ski of SWU. of Blk 3 18 Lots EX deceased.Charles M. SchmittAdministrator f ........ -
NWS 1C / I I 22 1Clarence. Moore 9.41 E 41.67 ft of Lots orI of the estateof .- -----"
3, 5, 7, 9, 11 Guy McKinney, deceased. :
Com 25 N. of Gr 13, 15, 17 of Blk 5/10 4t 5/31
Rd & 50' E of 3 EX W 83.33 ft -
Cnt of Hwy 301 ofPlkt4 EX ft 3 s ir; r NOTICE TO APPEAR j 4/r'F
run nely or E R/W Lots la Clrcalt Girt, Bradford Coaatr, -
1100', E 6*:,*' for .. 1 thru 6. 8 in security Florida i la Chancery.
POB, Cont E 363 HS ..:?:* ,-1 Louie F. Roberts 14.91 Marilynn L. Shampine Plaintiff vs. -
to W R/W of RR. James A. Shampine, Defendant. ;
N on R/W 120'. .. E 175' of WH of Case No. 10.2171N.tlee 'S)2' _
W 363, S to POB 10 1 22 1 Jasper D. Ford 8.7 T SWU of SEK DB Tt Annear \ i
82, Page 3" IS 1 22 S Ziae Brooks 177 To: James A. Shampine, whose : .
N 139 ft of that residence
and address lap 992 Alex
portion of SEU of W13AofN/ andria Street Carthage, New York. \ ..... .'.7
NEU W Of Hy \ NEi of SWy,, Z 7 22 IS James Thomas Way 2L80 You are hereby notified that a suit '". "
EX W 705 ft C I 221 3/4 Virginia H. Hon 18.67 for divorce .
N 332 ft of that her been filed against yon In the .5
1 Lot In SE Cor of portion of Stt of I above named Court and cause and S : ? .
NWU of SWU of SEU of SWU you are required to serve a copy of J I _,--- /
8EU being; 38 ft that lies E of Rd S 7 22 S William Henry your answer or pleading to the --1
I
N & S by 330 ft I Smith. 64.61 complaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyJ. ,,
E & W POB be- Donald Gibson, 100 Smith
leg In SH of NW;; of SEU & Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida Higher Octane, Higher Powered Gasoline
NWU of SWU of EH of SEU of \ and file the original la th* office
EE1.6; 16 1 23 Ardell & Dorothy NEB & SWU Of ef the Clerk of the Circuit Court on f
Bell Howard 37.70 SE}, of NEB 'Z 22 70 J. C. Edmondson, 85.20 or before the 10th day of June, for FLORIDA !
1957; otherwise the allegations of '"
1 Lot 330 ft E & Com at SE Cor of J said Complaint will be takes U ... .- t- -- -- ...,- .- '
< ''--''' -- -
"' -
W by 660 ft N ft SWU of NEU & confessed by you.
S In SW Cor of \ run N 460 ft'for R: n"----: This notice shall be publishedonce I Now at Flips 66 Deafen there's a new nper-perfonnance FUTE-FUEl

SEU of NWU 17. n. I Etta Jones 4.23 A POB. run W .. 1-iS.t each week for four consecutive l ii with the)Ugh octane and Ugh power you need to gel peak perforaaace'u t
500 ft N 65 ft B weeks la the Bradford County Tele
I r
,
N
UA as deer in DB 500 ft. S 65 ft to i \ graph.< out of any car. Not only new con, but elder can, too wQ benefit froo

irk '60 Pg 339 11' 22 'A James Crugtr 3.14 POB C 'Z U 1 Nora Sutton 7.77 Dated this 4th day Cf May 1957. remarkable performance qua itks of new Rnz-FVH.&SjgjSjLp
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
All that portion of t Com 210 ft E of Clerk of the Clrcalt Court fUrE.fUEL- dd for loco!oVrVing con Iccs It's the only gojoSne i il
EV4 of :Blk S of .. NW Cor of NWU By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk contoUog added DoIIopnIpJI.1IunIio1g.not extra Ugh odotie I
",
.
R 3 W Temples '
of NEU & run S 6n04t5131
SID that lies in 210 ft. E 420 ft, S l for smooth power and long m&eage.-fiD up with new fjIE-f & end
NEU of SWU EXasDn&EXW N210ft.W 410 NOTICK1T6 APtCaB r dUcover a war high fa perfenBoncef "'.--, -
ft to POB ENEU 7 .' 2J 3 Susie Miller f 9.2S 1st Circuit Bradford Gouty: "*T ".-...".... /
100 ft and EX N FtorUai iii Gbaae.ry. fwiiffs rtnoiEua coapAMY
294% ft Z1. n. \ David Gunter 10.SS of SWT4 ft Henry U Hoover. Plaintiff, vs. "** '*? ..l
All EVi of SE'.a Mittle May Hoover Defendant.
Lots I, 4 &: E U%' .. of SWU N of Case No. 102178Nettco !
of Lots 2 ft S of '- Branch & All ... ,- T* Appear K TMrt1iilitk"

Blk .13 In N-Reao 'tt i .Frank Williams 8.77 NWU of SEU W To: Mittle May Hoover, whose .. __ ; .. ..a _
Blk'lin ofRy ft All SW; residence and address Is: Unknown. '
Lot S, 4 of of SE% W of Ry Ton are hereby notified that a salt .1 .
Gahafan S/D ft N of Branch 5 7 22 88 J. F. Studstlll,' Jr. 117.42 fer divorce .
EX R/W :T 1 J 1 James. Clark Jr. U1.. ... has been filed against you la the
12A in SE Cor of '7. above named Court and cause and
Lot S of Blk 1 In rw NEU of NWU ?1 7 22 12 L. R. Kalch. Eat. 2.97 you are required to serve a copy ot PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE
Gahagaa SID EX your answer or pleading to tae
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YYY Y YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYW I COLORED CITIZENS PARADE DURING CENTENNIAL Springs school where it is locatedto
School Board used center
be as a community -

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED .. .. '-' .. .. .. The petition had about 60*

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY .., k o. ... .. Y rIJ'J I signers.
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(1 .; t ."":;.,,*"" ".-", .. Names sTeachersI The Board took no action on
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J' By Oxora J. Shell i7' W.J, the request pendin the outcomeof
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t team
/ a department
. AA..i.i.A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.. .. .......&;..&.&:& 1. itr. ; The Bradford County School survey with
-------------- concerned
r. : h ; .J. .' .J. .+. .y Beard on May 6 approved a list of which will be
Cancer Drive Extended winners as king and queen of ".'. # .1'l ....Ir.lor'., ;. ..' .3. p, 4r. teacher appointments for the the moving of the building to

Due to the Centennial celebration the May. The race is expectedto '. --," ',!:,f.J\"r .. ,A.. ....... \ coming year. The list includes Starke.
be close between the inter- j ,., ....t.. i" The Board to adopt aresolution
Chairman Dorothy Alvarez .; --.-'., teachers who are not on continuing agreed
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has mediates and primary depart- ... ,' 4A contract Assuring the Brooker
extended the drive for the 4; "" '. .
Cancer fund through this month. ments. Teachers and patrons are '. t. : 1'. x, ". .'aF i i x cs ., a.y Approved appointments were: PTA that they will retain ownership
,
All persona with cans are asked making every effort to make -"- \ow w $ 1 u d x+ y a Y Bradford High School Clif I I of equipment they have
to continue to try and fill them this the greatest May Day'cele r ,.- .,. -T j Fd ; L ford McGriff, Geraldine Payne, purchased for* the Brooker school
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bration in the history of the ; fat In the event that the school is
eo
we ffiry
Jane
can reach : Trawick
" our quota .. t Wendell L. Dun
[ n.ay' zer
Churches are urged to make a school. Principal Anderson is in. r.';'. iYM 'i tl ; 2"7,': .' ?' lib Vii."Yjb ; ,,, can; Amy :McCullars, L. B. Register closed. .
contribution viting all schools in the countyto '; [ A letter from the PTA pointedout
as well as Individuals. \ Joseph G. Wood, Margaret
We will have "Lights on for attend. The stunts and games ; t t .., : ., I : 1f Phillips, Elden Mathews- Bar- that it has purchased several

Cancer" on Monday, May 27, at will begin shortly after noon so i __ \\ ,or ,; ',. bara Spencer Bill Costello and hundred dollars worth of equipment
which time plan now to attend. 'l \ 'Iillk .V"r7 for the school including a
persons will makea > 1. W. E. Criswell.
house to house campaign SQ Wateroak School t. : Starke Elementary School $300 deep freeze, playground
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that we may close this drive According to principal M. E. Lucille Brown. Sue Winkler equipment items and a $500 been projector.
"have givento
successfully. PLEASE HELP Roberts the children*,have 'made ; Margaret Peek,' Mrs. Lonnie;' These
so it is 9
US! the school long as
tremendous progress this year. Moench, Cynthia Gruis, Annie r
said. "Should
I Thurston have been trained to learn school, the letter
School News They R Laurie Morgan Marian Conner

We are asking all patrons and by doing and accept responsibility. f Lincoln ,High School Band of Gainesville Miss R.J.E.. Float and Mona Canova. the them school back:'be closed we want

friends to attend all of the school Much emphasis has been Lawtey Junior high Bar' The Board discussed the pos

closing activities. On Sunday, placed on health, cleanliness and bara Morris. Mary E. Faulkner, of
.. f .r of selling a portion
: sibility
kins will be in charge of each '
habits. Principal
.
eating L
good
'May 19, at 2:00 p. m. we will Elizabeth Eubanks, Lula)1.. whichis
school farm property
the
( has served hot lunch center. A small registration ", .
have Roberts ,
cur annual Beebe and James C. Smith.
sermon at Mt. action
assistant.She will be asked of each student .. not being used, but no ,
Pisgah AJH.E. Church, Rev. E. this term with no ; i >4>1l.WIt .- :...... HamptonJanie H. Doe,
next a rotation who plans to take a part in the was taken.
L. is hoping year
Walker will deliver the message .e .AIt, ? < Mary Dean Spencer >and Floy
11 music will be furnished plan can be worked opt by summer program. ) \. 't''' r 4kF B. Sullivan. ( -

by the choir or the third and the members of the PTA so that Post Planning; '. ... P I'
f fourth grades. Tuesday, May 21,! she will be able to get- some relief All teachers will be expected ."V Donald, Doretha B. Richardson.

starting at 4 p. m. we will have I at lunch time with the hot to participate in postplanningwhich ..,t r 1 :\ Dorothy B. Jackson, Roosevelt GAY'SHome

May Day activities on the camp- lunch program. The children is scheduled to last 6 days f a .j Dell Jr., Joseph D. Greene, Marjorie -
I us. The band from Alachua will drink a half pint of milk each with most of the tune being i' .;.'l : .11 Finley Frances s. Pierce, AppliancesYour

furnish music, special features day and all of them are strong spent culminating reports for "b-.' x ',a'j; ,. Florence Williams, Maurice J.

will appear from Anderson Junior and healthy. the year in the individual schools.A ," i ...." ,, !. White: and Ernestine Thompkins.. Friendly

( High and R. J. E. elementary, Hampton School Closing county meeting 'will be held ,. e !.f.' 'ftIJ' .... ." ,; In other action, the Board
"" '.,..i. gyp.M
also acts from this date Will be if ,. ., resolution to be sent Norge Dealer
announces
many amusing Principal M. Taylor during period, ..., ; ; "" passed. a
I the pupils of Lincoln City. Thurs that the school will have its announced by President C. C. sa. .::11"" to Rep. Doyle ''Conner and Sen.

day, May 30, at 7:30 p. m. the, annual outing on Saturday, May Anderson. At this time we .hope r .. s'' Charley Johns requesting that 9 ,NQUGE APPLIANCES

commencement program will beheld 25), at Little Talbot Island near the principals and teachers can .t.f ... iL legislation be passed increasingthe 0 UAYTAQ WASHERS
at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Jacksoville. The bus will leave meet the newly appointed music salary of the school superintendent

Rev. W. J. Strong, pastor. The the school at 7:30 a. m. Patrons pecialist and make plans for I Elementary School Group Old Time Farm Scene to $7,500 so that it 0 COLEMAN HEATERS and

address will be delivered by and pupils are asked to enroll your music program next term. win be comparable /with the FLOOR FURNACES

Principal Eddie Thompkins of for the trip now if you plan to Post planning will start on June ticlpating in the WMS conventionat salaries of superintendents in

R. J. E., and certificates will be go so that adequate transportation 5.Carnation Friendship Church, in Gainesville .; + 1, similar counties as well as with We Service All Makes
I presented to the 15 graduatesby may be provided. A school Club Meeting ; salaries of other Bradford Coun Of Appliances
this week, with the closing : i
Supervisor Ozora Shell. Mrs closing program will be held on The Carnation Club will hold as+ ty officials.

S. ,C. Price, principal; D. B.. Sunday, June 2, at Macedonia the next regular meeting at the program this Sunday.. Sister 01- 1n .The Board was presented witha Phone 10
lie Mae Cummings ia home now
I Jackson, reporter. Baptist Church, Rev. Johnson, home of Mrs. Pauline Marrhall. i4y + petition by a delegation from
and doing fine.Joan Jenkins, Starke, Florida
Anderson Junior High pastor. Music will be furnished All members are asked to be reporter. < 4 n ., I Heilbronn Springs asking the ..

The annual May Day festivitieswill by the children accompanied by present so that we may complete # ,. Board to leave the Heilbronn

be held at Lawtey on Mon Supervisor Shell. The programwill plans for our annual Cinderella Poppy Day I .. ...
day, May 20. All classes have begin at 5 p. m. Guest soloist Ball. Mrs. Corean McNeil, president American Legion Auxiliary of : J,+s ; 'I' l

been working hard to have the will be Miss Mary Alice Roberts, ; R. B. Cohen, reporter. Post 314 will sell poppies this
a member of the class of 1958, Church News month with the goal set for 500 ..1. 3 See BILLY JACKSON

R. J. E. She is the recent winner We regret to announce the by Memorial Day, May 30. Re !

of an oratorical contest in the death of the father of Sister ports will be made on Sunday, .. \ FOR)

Fourth Division of the American Givens. The funeral was held June 2, to Past' President Pau- air "

:::: .r Legion. Tuesday in Gainesville, and we line Marshal, who is handlingthe do yy't TOP SOIL, FILL: DIRT, DISKING

Closing of SchoolsAll extend deepest sympathy along dLc ibution. Leona M. Royal ,
y with other co-workers and friends has been financial Work
r tI parents are urged to send : appointed 3!, And All Type Tractor :
June 4 Regular services at Allen Chapelthis secretary for the new term. She
children to school until ,
I Sunday. All members are was recently cited for meritorious PHONE> 165 -
r the closing date. Please do not
asked to see your class leaders service in the March of Dimes
let your children miss the last and do your full duty.- L. Brox- drive. The award was made by
n. few weeks of school. If we are to W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER
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., and ton reporter. the county chairman in a chapel '
close the year successfully ef Ground-breaking for the new program at HIE. Senior Class Float (left) and Miss RJE J
make a report that will be educational building was held
July 1 we will
t fective starting
last Sunday at New Bethel Bap
A "BEAR"'FOR have to have our' maximum en tist. All members are asked to
in attendance when r.
rollment participate and the, shovel is "Mercury ets 'the .
school closes this year. Help us at
let be
|I PUNISHMENT make a good report by keeping aid available that for the $1.building Don't was it.con- pace

{\ Special alloy mot the HOFFCO your children in school until the strutted and you did not participate
Choi Sow praclicdlly rnbreohoble.'fool official closing date.
ll with homnttr i it ewon'Ibroehl in the ground-breaking. The '
Sonl valuobl time and Summer ProgramThe Rally will take place on Sunday, 1957
mo*y M _!n!.naii<* HOFFCO it summer program will be Indianapolis 500-mile .
wilt l.lot a btating. St. it today. May 26, and all members are race
June 10
accordingto
gin Monday, ,
asked to pay the rally fee, $5
statement from SupervisorL.
HoffceCHAIN a for women, and $10 for men.
H. Gibson who is director. I .
Several of cur members are par- '
ff.n There will be two centers operat s

i' r in division RJE and ,-- .. '
1 ; ing our ',";'--:.: = .. .
Anderson School Lawtey. The THE RIGHT POINT for the I' -- 4.... .. .. ... \
t SAW will be similar to those ..I,
program way you write. Come In and se- ,
formerly conducted'which will in- led your favorite ,ESTERBROOK ,

K. & J. GARAGEVi clude music,swimming library arts period and, outdoor crafts, fountain Pen TELEGRAPH "THE HONOI ALWAYS GOES to "' "V r .. =""" -- v
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the that in '
car our opinion
indoor The ,
sports, quiet games.
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Mile South on U.S. 301 movieswill be shown on Tuesdaysand NOTICE APPEAR. shows the biggest advance in n; a,, : : .. 1* ;

Phone 474-R Thursdays. Dr. Jennings will I. Clrealt Ceart. Bradford C.aaty.Florldai styling and performance."_ y :. ., t Lkl: A.;< .
la Caaaeery.Olof ''n" F ; r ,.N4DtANAPIILIS L lr ll [UA1 "
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TONY HULMAN Chairman o'fthe ?
Starke, Florida wOfk fulltime with the program Anderson Plaintiff., vs. Signe ,
along with Supervisor Shell, while, Anderson, Defendant. Board, Indianapolis Motor x ,
Case No. 10-2160
Principals Anderson and ,.Thomp- Xetlre To AppearTo Speedway.
Signe Andersson. whose residence -
and address is: 165 36th
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Strf'et. Linderhurst. L. I. N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a suit
for divoce

RAUM'STV has abov been. reamed filed'Court against and you cause fn and the At right, F. C. Reith, Vice President, General Manager, Mercury Division, Ford,Motor Company. At left,Tony Hulmar

you are required to serve a copy '
of your answer or pleading to the r _


ti 228 S. Walnut& St.RADIO SERVICE Starke, Florida and complaint, Funding William the file Clerk the on, D.Jacksonville the original of Morgan Plaintiffs the Circuit in, 507 2 the, attorney Florida Clark officeof Courton : :;t,' .sets the pace in size and style /" 1 : '


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or before the t ." ,
3rd day of June 1957; '. ... #' ; A...

PHONE 509LATEST otherwise the allegations of said ..1 ". r
omplkint will be taken as confessed "... rYx.y'rp4hY :: ,-4.", '
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This notice shall be published :
once each week for four consecutive i r
SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph t : :'' .. ,
INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT r.F r .
Dated this 5th day of April 1957. .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
Sensible Prices Charles A. Darby. > : ,:.. .
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Br Marion L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Results Not Excuses 5/3 4t 5/24 .,...es :x ., .. 4
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Florida la Caaarery.
Story S. Kells, Plaintiff vs. John
Charles Kells, Defendant.
Case No. 16-2165 '' ,
USETuxedo )rder of PaVltcatioa aad Ifotlee te k: :,:
Appear State of Florida Ti ) ...
John Charles Kells. who residence
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and address is C/o Mrs. !
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Pearl Kells. Rt. 1. Frlendsvllle. Pa. / .....
Feeds Ton are required to appear oa y
June 3, 1957 in the above ,
named Court and cause, wherein .. .
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plaintiff seeks divorce, custody, '
control and support of minor children .
For a '. i* ..-
I and alimony. a \: -

I publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph la next shall four \i ';

FAST CROWING Developer weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official sets a record'for low-cost luxuryi :

qal at Starke. Florida, this 29th :
6 o Laying day of April, 1957. "
CHICKSDeveloper (OFFICIAL SEAL) -

Ilash' Charles- A. Darby, The choice of Mercury to pace the Indianapolis Classic most effective combination of bump-smothering fea ,_
Clerk of the Circuit Court dramatizes the fact that The Big is the'
new yardstick tures between
ever put
By Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk you and the road.IN .

Special Com & Wheat Scratch Chas.Building.R. Hess Jacksonville 204-05 Guaranty Fla. Lit of your money's worth. PERFORMANCE, Mercury leads'with the highest

Attys. for Plf. 5/3 4t 5/2 JN SIZE Mercury: brings you the biggest size increasein standard compression in its field, highest torque for .
100 Ibs.PORKMAKER \
$3.85 per the industry more room and comfort in every regular production engines, highest optional hp.

!. Clrrali Ceart Bradford Couty important dimension.IN Yet The
M is
HOG FEED Florida I. Ckameery. Big priced just an easy step above the

Mabel A. Hillman, Plaintiff, vs. STYUNG only Mercury offers Dream-Car Design_ low-priced three. No wonder Mercury is setting the .
Louis Hillman
A. Defendant.
Case No. 1?-21ftr completely different_ styling, shared with no other car. pace everywhere for:style, size performance 1 luxury
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Baby Chicks and Poultry EquipmentK3D Order,Appear f Pa'Uutl.State el Florida aid Ncttec T.tt! IN RIDE, only Mercury offers you Floating Ridethe and value! Why not stop in at our showroom today?
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Louis -
A. Hillman whose residence "
and address Is: Unknown. \
Roach Killer J You are required to appear on
June 3. 1957. In the above *
named Court and cause wherein MERCURY fOr 57
Plaintiff seeks divorce, care and with DMAM-CAI{ DESIGN
Magic Bloom Gro-Tone For Flowers custody of'minor child.
Bradford County Telegraph shall i
And Gardens Premier, Peat Moss weekly publish issues.this Order In next four .- .

Witness my hand and official
seal at Starke, Florida, this 23th
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SISTRIM FEED & SEED CO. day(OFFICIAL Charles of April A.Aa SEAL Darby 1857.Clerk) of said Court McGRIFF MERCURY. MOTORS. -


539 E. Call SL Starke, Florida By Charles Marion R. L.Hess Crosby, 204 Gaaranty Deputy Clerk Life Court & Jefferttn St;. Phone 447 Starke 'Fla.

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PAGE ,FOUR "I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAR IiE.; FLORIDA 1 FRIDAY, MAY 17 190'7ZIhBU
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7 Carter Listed .. "'" < .-..: Xetlee T. AppearTo Dated this 7th day of May 1957. ed, by :)90.Tl&i. Dated this 7th 'day of May, 1J57.
Sgt. .. .- / ;.... 'f"7 : John Damato, whose residence (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby .i notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and'address' is: 234 Ellery f. Clerk of the Circuit Court once each week for four consecutiveweeks Clerk of the Circuit Court I
j Street Brooklyn. New York. By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk In the BRADFORD COUNT By Marian,!* Crosby Deputy Clerk
As Dead By ArmyMr. I .oF"I You are hereby notified .%at a 5/10 4t 5/31 ">rr.> n'uPR SIte 4t sIn
Students i suit for a divorce care, custody -
Sent To Solons and control of minor child NOTICE APPEARIB
and Mrs. G. B. Carter of ? baa been filed against.you la the Clrealt Ceart. Bradford Ceuty,
above named Court and came and Florida IB Chjupery. '
Heilbronn Springs have received yon are required to serve a spy of Vierdena Fanning plaintiff,' vs. '
word that the Army now lists 1sc rour answer or pleading to the Billie.Fanning. Defendant.Case ,
Commission
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By Tale complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney No. 102188Notice 5;
Ed Carter
Charles '
their son Sgt. William D. Morgan 501 Clark To*Appear ; soys"Just '
as killed in an airplane accidentin !!'ulldingJacksonville 2, Florida To: Billle Fanning, whose resi- ,re
March 12. They had and file the original in the office ot dence and address is: Unknown.You .
The, Bradford County Commission Japan on the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or are hereby notified that a
received word that before the like homerun with the sip
previously suit for divorce has been filed a
last week
adopted a,pro 4' ej
their son was "missing in/flight." Over ,10th day of June, '1957: against you In the above gamed
posed bill setting up zoning regulations with another enlisted otherwise the allegations of_ said Court and cause and you are reQuired bases loaded our ice cream
in the man and two officers com- by yon. swer or pleading to the complainton flavors are big hits! if
city boundaries to be sent to of Air Force This notice shall be published. the Plaintiffs Attorney T. Frank
the Bradford County legislatorsor posed the crew an- ; one each week for four consecutive Landrum, Box 546 Starke Florida Good food-good for you. .\ .'
C-47 which crashed on a Japanese LocalOffices weeks In the Bradford. County Tele- and file the original In the officeof
[ consideration for passage. i mountainside while on a routine graph. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Serve Sue ice cream
the I % Dated this 7th day of May, 1957. or before the 10th day of June, Super
The bill would empower training mis!,!on. Snow and bitter (OFFICIAL, SEAL Charles A. Dart* 1957 a. otherwise the allegations of x
Commission to establish measures ly cold weather. hampered rescue Clerk of th. Circuit C01.' said Complaint will be taken as and you'll be a winner!
for the specificuse e By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk confessed, by you.
providing efforts. 5/10 it 5/31 This notice shall be publishedonce
of the property, set back each week for four consecutive .
distances from the right-of-way NOTICE TO APPEAR weeks In the Bradford County Tele- t
,Named .
Advisor fa Circuit Coart. Bradford Xfeuty. graph.
and other regulations. Florida! IB Chancery Dated this 8th day of May, 1957. .
Under the provisions of the For. Tree 'Growers Theodore C. Jennings, Plaintiff, vs. '(OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby.) Itsgnod.. .
'Lois Smith Jennings Defendant.
P1lpfJl
bill the county would be divided Case No. 10-2182 Clerk of the Circuit Court It's SUPERIOR
1 into districts for the regulationand Bradford County farmers wish Netice T0 Appear" By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk a e
advice in getting To: Lois Smith Jennings whose 5/10 4t 5/31
restriction of the erection, ing help'or .
residence and address is: ,858 W. -
construction alteration and use trees planted aa part of the 'soil 41st Street, Norfolk -Virginia.You ., NOTICE TO APPEAR ; tie
ICE
bask program, are advised to are hereby notified that a IB Circuit Court Bradford Co.aty. CREAM
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of buildings.The suit for divorce ., Florida Chancery.
contact Denton H. Bloomer, who James Jay Eckert, Plaintiff, vs.
has been filed against yon to lbeabove "
bill would also provide has- recently been appointed by, named Court ajid cause and (Ruth .Marie Eckert. Defendant. All Popular Flavors I Cones, Cups, Pints, Family H-Gallons(
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for the appointment of a five- Florida Forest Service to you are required to seve a copy of case No. 10-2180.
the Notice T.
to your answer or pleading to the AppearTo i
member zoning commission \assist tree growers in 15 counties\ complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney : Ruth Marie Eckert, whose ...
recommend boundaries, and appropriate Flonda. William D, Morgan, 507 Clark residence and address is: 224 Lake -.
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IP north central Avenue, Lyndhurst, New Jersey. .
and a Building. Jacksonville>2. Florida ...
regulations
He may be,reached at Box 268, and file the original in the office You are bereD1'noUfle4 mat a
board of adjustment to which of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB suit for divorce
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Gainesville, or by 'phone has been filed against tn the
or 'before the you
decisions can be appealed.The SPEC'IA'
zoning 2-0213. ,,10th day of June, 1957; above named Court and cause andy "
bill is designed to lessen otherwise the allegations of said *u are required to serve a copy of L'.1
highways, provide Don Champion,. local farm I complaint will be taken aa confessed your answer or pleading to the complaint -
congestion on forester, said that part of Bloo.mer'n by yon. a on_the pfointiffs' : Attorney
safety measures t prevent over- This notice stall be publishedonce Alfred c. Scott, 301 :smith Building -
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will be to inspect tree _
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job Jacksonville 2, Florida
and avoid undue concentration each week for four consecutive
crowding bank t -. r and file the original In the office of (
plantings undE.'r.the. soil ,, i weeks In the Bradford County Tel.
of businesses.Lions ; : graph the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
to check the survival 4*
before the,10th
prpgram
Dated this 7th day of May 1957.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby day of June, 1957:
rate.So Clerk of the Circuit Court otherwise allegations of raid
Requestoar far, the newly appointedman I i. r By Marian L. Crosby. Deonty Clerk Complaint will be taken as con- I c h
io check here feaRed oy you.
will have little a( r 5/10 4t 5/31
t This notice shall be published
To Keep in Bradford County, for Championsaid NOTICE-TO APPEAR once each week for four consecutive 1 -
that no one'yet has qualifiedto weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
IB Clr lIlt C ert. Bradford Ceuty.
Outside PupilsThe enter the program. 4 Florida. IB Chancery.Charles graph.Dated this 7th day of May 1957.
Pfeffer Plaintiff, vs.
Hannah. Pfeffer, Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Jf I
Clerk of the Crreuu Court
Motor Court Here To AppearsTo Case No. 102185Notice By Marian I*. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Starke Lions Club last 5/10 4t 5/31
: Hannah Pfeffer, whose residence .
week drafted a resolution call Sells For $100,000 and addess Is: 205 Tenafly -
NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
ing on the School Board to continue Road Englewood, New Jersey la Circalt Court Bradford COli..'.
out-of.-county stud 26 unit Temple Motel on Struth sends a out on radio You are hereby notified that a Fiends< IB Cbaaeery. I
letting The Top photo-Sheriff Roddy message suit for divorce, custody,and con Lucy Dorothy Patterson, Plaintiff,
ents attend Bradford County Norht Temple avenue < was sold assisted by his deputy James HarrelL Bottom-Student Commissioners trol of minor children, supportof vs. Thomas P. Patterson Defendant.
defendant and minor children
schools. recently to Mr. and Mrs. James are Indoctrinated in the workings of county government by has been filed against you in the Notice To v AppearsTo Case No. 10-2072 .

"This community has realized O'Sullivan by Mr. and Mrs. Hill above named Court and cause and : Thomas P. Patterson, whose .
their adult counterparts. vou are required to serve a copy of residence and address is: Unknown.You .
much from these outside residents Dixon. your answer or pleading to the cam- ,are hereby notified that a
through their use of Starke Tax stamps indicated that the plaint on the Plaintiffs Atterney suit for divorce

and Bradford' County as their sale price was 100000. Juniors and seniors from Brad- part in serving warrants and 546 T. ,Frank Starke,Landrum Floridaand P. O. Box I above has been named filed Court against and yon cause in and the RCA Victor Adair.Budget priced W

shopping and trading center'," Mr. and Mrs. O'Sullivan came ford High School took over city answering calls. the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on of : you your are answer required or pleading to serve a copy to the of with sensational new. "Living Image"picture.

the resolution said. to Starke from St. Louis, Mo. and county offices for several The young County Commis- or before the complaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyH. Full 261 sq. in. of viewablearea.
The Minimum Foundation have lived for the hours last week as "youth in rconers were taken under the 10th day of. June, 19, 7; C. Baldwin, P. O. Box 104, "High-Sharp-and-Eay" tuning e
where they otherwise the allegations of said
Gainesville, Florida
Funds which follow these pupils past 20 years. They were formerly government" day, sponsored by I wings of their bonafide ,couter- Complaint will be taken as'confessed and file the original in the officeof controls located high on the side of the
"are introduced into the trade rest home busi the Rotary Club was carried out parts and shown what goes on ata by you. the Clerk of the Circuit.Court. ODor
engaged in the This notice shall be published beforethe cabinet let you tune standing'up ; ;
channels of this community," through the cooperation of the Commission meeting. The student once each week for four cona.cutlnweeke 10th day of June, 1957; gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy.
the resolution continued, "thus ness.Mr. school and local officials. Commissioners were Mike In the Bradford County Tele etherwlse the allegations of sail
is a past president Balanced Fidelity Sound. Three rich
O'Sullivan graph. )
Complaint win be taken as confess-
Lavora Bill
the wert elect* Adams Capps, Dayton -
bolstering and .enhancing The young otticials
Chamber finish limed
of the St. Louis finishes ebony ; maroon or
of this community. ed to their posts in a high school EltaUL Stefanelli and Jeanne
economy of Commerce, immediate past 0e'b aaiAad fnltha! xiro. Mod,'
Student Wait Bill Alderman was the
The statement'said that these ( Kiwanis Club in election conducted toy the r
foundation funds "more than ba president of the Council on April 26. clerk of circuit court.

lance" the amount of local funds St. Louis,dental vice-president forum of and the a The student officials got right The other students also received Fontana Village Resort, 21" All Channel Only si99TV *

put up by taxpayers to support colonel Kiwanis on the Missouri governor'sstaff. into the swing of things without were indoctrination. into the offices to Vea/ioh/1 aI I .is different-at Fontana

these pupils. hesitation. Several students which they were elected. These everybody has fun! I

The Liona Club "urgently re familiarized with the interior of officials were Billy Torode, County Fishing Is excellent in
motel
quested the Bradford County Since purchasing the installed the City jail after they were judge; Myron Prevatt, tax asses- Fontana Lake and

Board of Public Instruction to I the O'Sullivans have arrested and charged by Police sor; Tommy Hainea. school superintendent Fu M& there's swimming in a
and
television sets In every unit Marvin Brown and triedin and Maxine Andrews, -
solve this problem in some way Chief ; I new luxurious pool in

that will not deny to these outofcounty are planning modernization pro Mayor's Court conducted by supervisor of registration. .season, craft maklnlLsfuare

pupils the privilege of jects which include a swimming :Mayor Freddie Moore. ? School Board members were .. dancing scenic ServiceAll

attending a Bradford County pool In front. They are buildinga Other city officials were Coun- Vida Jean Gentry, Martha Finley, tours tennis shuffle"Jfah

School." new home In the rear of ..the cil members Nancy Bates, Larry Sylvia Paulk, Pat Pellum and f, board,horseha'k: riding

units. i LameeTom Long, Jackie Par- Glenda Whitesides.The V"'Q'Q A plenty, more to see

rish and Jackie Prevatt.In youth "in government program 1 and do in this sparkling

FR1CIDAIRETHE Plead Guilty the Courthouse Sheriff Roddy was designed to give students -I' -......=... mountain air and Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

Struth and his deputy, James a greater understanding of there's supervised-play

CaseTwo Harrell, were decked out with .38 the operation of local govern for children ,baby sitters Fully Equipped DependableAll
In Beating and took ment. e available. Have
BEST-KNOWN revolvers and badges
i Makes and Models
the time of your life at

NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION in the beating NOTICEThe Fontana. W r i t e or
I charged .
men
Starke rest- 27, to the hospital.The rod and reel given awayat phone for reservations

/ RANGES aurant of Doyle operator Hazen, ,on ,April 26, sheriff said that the attackers the Camp Blanding armory today : Fre color SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV

WATER HEATERS pleaded guilty to knocked Hazen down Tuesday night was won by Pleze. folder.

AIR CONDITIONERS have assault and a third and pounded his head on the Goolsby, Rt. 1, Starke. I J INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
aggravated
want of concrete when he tried to get
WASHERS & DRYERS was released for KOTICB TO APPEAA FONTAMA VILLAGE
man sufficient evidence. them to leave the K & Jj restaurant IB Circuit Coart. Bradford Ceaatr. ftlSORT TV Radio* .- Seat Covers Upholstering

which he operates on south Florida t In Chaaeery. Phone 239, Starke, Fla.

Get The Best For Leas Circuit Judge George L.investigations Pat- 301. Frances Damato, Damato Defendant., Plaintiff, vs. John DEPT. M8 FONTANA VILLAGEN., C. -- -

ten ordered pre-sentence f Case No. 10-2183 '
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At for the two pleading -

guilty, Harmon Fugett, 26, and A. Y. Thomas Killed ,

R. J. Griffis, 28.
Sillith'sGaraeSales Auto-Train WreckA. "
The third man, Johnnie Bates, In I

20, was released after State Attorney
of H. J.
Y. Thomas, son
and ServiceWe T. E., (Ted) Duncan decided killedon f"
of Starke, was .
Thomas
Service All Makes of that the evidence against automobile .' "'_ ..._..' .,. .. .J 1*" ," ""c"'-, -
1 in an ;.
May
him was not sufficient to makea 1 :. : #
'Park.It
Electrical Appliances accident near Pinellas =.. \

604 N. Temple Are. case. [ Is reported that a train .,f.:. .r; .i" ..">. .
The three were charged with \ '
while he waa on
PHONE 12t struck his car f
assault with intent to murde'rafter
his way to work. .
an attack which sent Hazen,I, '
Mr. Thomas is a brother of .

,. Union County Superintendent of -- >, :;;so.,.' ; __-. ",, _..- _
Schools, T. S. Thomas, and Also ; .

i l of Mrs. S. P. Rucker and Mrs.

"/ am told Harry C. Elrod's ;is the Shad Thompson, all of Lake But-

ler.' He is aIr,') survived by his

widow, Mrs. Ossie Thomas, and

place to trade in Starke. I seven children.

Funeral services were held in

Pinellas Park.Student .r,


Lowest Prices Easiest Terms ..

Council

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Officers ElectedStudent
Starke's Leading Furniture '

And L.P. Gas Dealer tfchg Council officers elect

_
ed by Bradford High School '\ y .J

in election May 7 .
students an "
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to serve next school year are \ ,

Mike Goldwire, president; Ru- -
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dolph Hutcheson, vice-president,


LIVABLE MAKEL/FEMORE BE WISE p and treasurer.Mike Frank and Rudolph Williams,are secretary-juniorsand Ford's lowest priced the low-price three! '


Frank is a freshman. ,They ;.

IMPROVE YOUR HOME will replace the present officers, ,. _, -"lV': :" s-- "- :

President Tom Lang, Vice-Presi-- -- iJ :Jil"" ...earAction "

JUST MODERNIZE/ dent Nancy Bates and,Pat Hobbs, The longest, loveliest car in the low-price springing and seating are part of the new Test the

secretary. ,. field packs new Thunderbird V-8 power Inner Ford. You ride so silent, so solid .J
with full head full road clearance. And OF .'
room ,. NEWFORD KIND
that really) reels in the road -
you can choose from two big sizes: over-HJ-
9 Starke Students ";
p ;:..:':.. In addition Ford offers you the industry's most foot Customs and over-17-foot Fairlanes, plus

Sing In FestivalA 'i.{'.< ''. modem six: the savingful Mileage Maker Six.. 5 longer' lower heavier station wagons. .

lDFA plt1NS5UeEG1I a group of fourth and fifth .',:; t,,... It's a new kind" of Ford and what a car! H has more Sr

.' graders, and 'two first graders, Stam Tomorrow<<; inside to offer than.. any other low-priced ca?.

from the Starke Elementary _'. : ; and out the '57 Ford is the longest, lowest 'becauSe the new kind of Ford is a fine car in

School *'participated May 4 in : =' roomiest ever built'. and it's'yours at low everything but price. .

the Florida Folk Festival at the ,: Ford prices. It's the lowest-priced full-size carl! '' today!

Stephen Foster Memorial in I ".) "i It's the quietest, most comfortable Ford by far! Model for model, right across the board, Fordis .'

White Springs. ."! x: r '. An all-new contoured_ frame" ,plus all-aew the lowest-priced full-size car on the market!! *Ba*'f';on r-'e1 eomporuM octal dd of+roid manufacturwfAndrews lWk* .. J ,.,rk
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The people presented a
EciARKE&iPJJILDERS young [i)1

musical program consisting of .. ''' .
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folk songs, and Indian and Mexican ,-:. _.

SUPPLIES songs. :k \ Motor Co. /: :: : ::::

e4S 333- The first graders, Barbara : : ,

Fay McRae and Beverly 'Lynn '

itcRae Froggie Went ACourtin # .. '
sang .. ,' .
'. JtfADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FI 1.
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