Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03428
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03428
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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battling City this Council continued \ 4'r'- ....iy.A.:: ,:.:;\t.. STARKEp. by the School B ard i 2 Bound 0 Circuit Court
week to have its and fichool I
teachers to promotea
power bill passed without
higher salary for School
1 crippling amendments as members intendent i i'A Harmon Morgan Super-during Five subdued teen-agers, each telling his share in the

conferred via telephone and tele- the past two weeks have in low tones and without elaboration, unfolded be.
gram with Sen. Charley E. Johns beenf
and Rep. Doyle Conner. blocked by Sen. Charley E. ore Juvenile Judge T. A. Yawn last week a tale of a series

City Clerk Carl Johns said I Johns replied to the requestsof of break-ins of business, robberies of drink machines, and.
Wednesday after, a telephone V : A + + 7 \ matter of groups raises that for he feels teachers the, theft of hubcaps.

conversation with the legislatorsthat :> .4 + ; x 4 ., o 24 trj > bus drivers and cafeteria workers A sixth boy, Rudolph Crews, 19,
he had received "assurance V. refused to testify after the Judge
should be settled before Assault
that they would go ahead with .. the. Charged told him that because he was over
: i r1 v problem of a raise for the
the blU" the + : supei 17 he could
as Council wants it. V __. ,no longer be considered
The Council, disturbed by a [ / ;t; intendent is tackled. a juvenile and his case

wire from the legislators which : : sc < tv The 'School Board's bid for the To Ex-Sheriff Of would be transferred to the Circuit -

seemed to favor an unwanted I : SALES OUTLETS_ .. raise for superintendent was court.
amendment, 'Tuesday night auth- : <: in the form of a resolution drafted Two of the lads a slight -

orized Johns to call Tallahasseeand .::.2....;.:.'.::..':'&ft-ttVU.t. : 21 v..: .LAKe ALFRED,''..''""..... ., '.,<.,..,'.....,.t--':".':":(..."..........' .:-..',..,... :" .... v_ '. f" ,....... "._ at its that meeting his salary May 6.be"We set request in- Union County blonde 14-year-old in all of the who crimes had participated -
"lay (the Council's posi- < : CfflPI.ty2s. AUBUR'4D..E "'': ,,,)>.x.;. tion) on the line." 1::3. 'AI'fA"A"CJn', ;29' ._tWTE:/( !iAvttf..""y 2:: t%:<.::,:.;..:..: ::::..1U" ,I. ...".< .,:.: .. "I't.<.y.;,..:.';..t'..>..,:.f'..... '...".....",'... \ ':."::.,';,;'..:,::".,.:"'"::..:,'<:<::..".:.:>;.*:...x.,'.'::,.:.:":.:",:..<.::.: comparison with other Court his 16-year-old brother were

- already :.'4'MRIAN4.., .. .30 .UctL,4NQ' -r:. .:,.,c. '. ..:':':....<...:.:.::}....:.......' .:.. : ... .. I" "':'fh':;:.:'{ :::;:h{::;: House officials of Bradford Coun- L. C. ordered committed to the Florida
The city bill, which bas ;: :, '..,. .. ;:.: ..;;... ... .,..;.-.::.,.. .. ,.,. :., .. '.. .<: .Y'i:. .. '..' <:-t:: "W. : .IrM':: Xa \$ Clemens, former Union
e<:BLOUNTSTDW4. 31 PLANT : L.: .:":. .,:' ..:. .".'...:.. ," "<. 37 ._. ., :....,: :....:... ...,.. ty," the resolution stated "and Industrial School
passed the Senate, requires ; S./: CiTY. ... .', ."." .... :''': v -- :' L4 I, : '!"' .. ",, :,.<,.,:.:,t..::>::..;;:,:...<:.::,..':..::<< County sheriff, was this at Marianna for
... .:.Y..C4AT1AHOOCHt 52, .....TAMPA .. ..<. .. : .:"j. ....L"v. : : I ': ; :x '::'i< on parity with other small an indefinite period.
that outside power companies :."7...-"" sTuArncs. ": ,:.".> '... .. .. #.. ::::..:....:.:.....:.......: ".>..' O.l ,L.---- .;/. ... ,;_ :.:.:.:.;?. (%":.:".::J a 'week with
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obtain franchise from : : :: ...... TY % .., .. :...:.: .:,:, nearby. we un- 14-year-old who had
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the city before hooking up with 9 '-..4)1$0"5 BARTOW ....;. '. ...,/... : :. 'j: : ...; :.:.>. .? !: ; ":{ :.:.',. approximately garage
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(O',. LIVE."OAK' ';' ../ .... .. ... '. .."."+".;':.0. .. r-- ;'" 4'.r" ::,"<. .... $7,500. per year." man. hub caps, was sentenced to a
any person industry or corporation g. .8RADENT0P4 . : ,. 4'" '" ..::j:
in annexed area. 'R, ,lAKE. CITY: 37.: SARASOTA. .::'" '. .: ..' .,:,:. .. .'1: ,.''.......'.'.<... '..,,<:.'..,,..,'." '. ., .','.,.\. .. .:;:-1' .-'h'. .. "t.I "t.--I : :,.., '<.\''' ":.:.'::;::::: !:,: The Bradford County superintendent Stalnaker accused term .at Marianna, but commitment
any > ,. "X:: t- ...t.. :: : ." Clemons of
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Johns and Conner in a wire .: LAKE WALESFROSTPROOF 4-'fj"t... .: : :-. .. : i, """.<. ')" ;,: 4 1.>. .l"' ..:" : now makes $6,000 per poking a in
JACKSONVILLE' Y : .... .:... .. '. ::_xC. .;.:,:,: .:.:.. ;'.:<'/ ;: : :: ', j .: I pistol his face and stays behavior.
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proposed to the Council that the .. .. : !< u : 'N'.:'.: ";',:,:. ;;:- '.'. ,:h., '.*' .. :.=,>....>:.: ..'',..... ..'r.I>.' < ..v,1, ..... .," .1. ......:.,.:.t.:, ''<.: year.
>4.:.':Cft C' COVE SPRINGS. ";","Aft,<,-n.I.. AVO..PAR')(. ". "::> X" :'X'..:';'.::., ,:..:.:.)'::.. 'n' :.'$:.',", .....":... <:: >:i?:" :;:; "'< ' .. '.. i' : : '. hia reply Johns cited
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oration" be changed to "premises. liA :OCALA ;:- ..:42- .. ..,.. <.:.::;: ... ::.: <:;?''f-i.: :,.:..... :.,,:: j ". ,,' '.r) "" _':: :. intendent's salaries in seven other release of a tractor levied against the fourth juvenile,
." .1' .1"ltJS f1: ....'t... ....* 41. PALM. BEACH BEACH" .1...:'.,'.;, '... .../\.y... ...........x... ... .:', .J- ..::t.\..::.: ;:, >..,'.,('. c ::v t.,_. S" SO.' counties Madison, Bake which Stalnaker was holding in also 14, but Judge Yawn later
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This is the same change requested t. EDGAR :.,: ':4. 4.. WEST PALM BEACH .J. <''' /i': .... ... if ; .,;, .'" .. ;''1 F'd.,'., ;( .' Union, Gilchrist, Dixie, Suwannee lieu of settlement of a I was
fALATKA '.:.;..".t,.:. .' ..". ..: :'i1-\,. ../ ..':'; "" \h : garage bilL brought out at the hearings that
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WORTH ; : :, : SI Levy. Only three of these
the Coun'cil : < : < Stalnaker
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to Dt LAO .. 46. OELRAY ., :,: : :: "..<.: :"",:; <" :... :: > Clemons fourth youth had not physically -
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by J. H. DuPre, manager of ::" : ; : ': "f: 1 Levy. had
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SAtifORD 47. POMPANO : : '. .: ::'r....:::-A: ; ..:.<.. .Yffi-\/: HOUSTONTEXASGAS 8 01'CORP. paid higher than Bradford. put the tractor in his shop participated in the crimes
the Blanding District of the Florida U.: MT OORA.ru tl$ .48-' FT. : :: : : /" )= : .., Monday for repairs but had been
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Power & Light. UMAT1UA ... .4j. HOt.t.YWOOO. .. r: : .; : : .... '' :> .'.*, sent someone to for this of the drink machines
; pay
: + :.: ::r.y/; : .. Ir. :" work was broken
The mid felt n, uueul ic. ":": .': Sft :.. :.. :' .; : PROPOSED NATURAL. GAS PIPESYSTEM LINE,: raise the Superintendent's salary and
legislators they '"' :..' MIAMI BEACH "<. ....' ;--t.j: : ::, .:': .. : :,:i,: '.. ..>.. '' '/" : ; pick up the tractor. into and had
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these changes would "clarify the a4 PLTOu1K ...:;.<:..' ..:< U.....' ....L.. MIAMI vCMTUR :<.. '.:."..::"....'.:.:."."::'..,.........:...,../. :.:..."..:......,.:'..:......':.'.:--.::. '.,..4.:: : '': ', :'. ...: F. ..t-1'. .. until the rchool teachers, bus !Stalnaker said he refused But the accepted some of
bill and in no way injure the #,,"' 0 DtANnA. .H'U.d.'>:I 3Z, ": .:,".. .".X.'i..:.:......"<.. .':,,>.-::<'".:',.-..:,.,,......:....:........:':......'. .,..".:.:.) ... "'.;:,', .. .'.,:.. MAP.....,:.; drivers and cafeteria workerr the man have the to let stolen money.
t$ MIXES < tractor The
c. yA.- + : because cases against two of the
city." :'.:'. .: .. Y;:.;:: ;. :.:..,:. ..... ::;; :: : :rft:: ::: : fJ:::. ;:.:>:...:' ...:,":;'\ : i _' A are assured of a raise," Johns (previous bills which Clemons boys, Crews and Billy Griffis, 17,

DePre argued last week that I ,., ,. : : ../.:: ... : ::>....:.. ...: '" PIPE L"'fi"f OJlOGt 8TS.1NC wrote. "Just as soon as their owed and had made who
: : ..:::>:i. .t. : : : no effort to I were over 17 and thus not
without' the change to the W rd"premlsc.s : :1 :. :.:!. > ./ :., $ :$lT _ftt ,.< :: raise clears the Legislature I pay. classed as Juvenile
: were transferred
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the Florida Power -- T. = will confer with RepreaantativeConrar
j I Later Clemons came to the to the Circuit Court. Crews
& Light Co. would be denied the j Construction Is scheduled to start soon on the 1300 mile natural and get his thoughts regarding shop .with a pistol in his belt faces charges of breaking and entering -

right to resume service whenevera !Market gas network shown above. The map shows Starke as an important the raise for our Su Stalnaker said, demanding the, Libby's Garage, Big Dad

new customer moved into a I ExpansionBill crossroads in this multi-million dollar project. Rowell Lake Suit perintendent. I fully realize the tractor. Stalnaker said that when; Manufacturing Co., and the Starke

house they had served previously office should pay mand certainly he refused to let him have it Laundry.

unless they obtained a. franchise think his salary shouldbe Clemons threatened him :| Griffis is charged with breaking
from the City. I Introduced !Trial Set Monday greater than that of anyone pistol, waving it around and;'I and entering these three establishments -

The Council agreed to go along Natural Gas Line in our county school system." swearing. 'I and the Andrews Motor Co.

with another request'made last In reply to the teachers' request County Judge T. A. He described his part in the

week by DuPre to change the Bills, to appropriate S 100,000. I The County's,condemnation suit : sent to Johna last week bond for Clemons at $3,000.QneThingLeds.yawn. set crimes at the hearing. Bond has

word franchise to "franchise or for cold storage facilities and to. obtain a roadway to Rowe] in the form of a' petition the i i been set at $500 on each of the

permit." additional platform space at the Work Is Set Soon Lake, vnjl gp on. trial.Monday, in Senator wrote:. "I also realize counts for Griffis and Crews. :

Discussing t ',. e proposed Starke State Farmers Market S Cifi'.uIt-CQwt.\1 ,.. ".1I 'I thatr'if; the' chooI bill which ,Ia .. According .testimon.vv, the

changes, the Council members and $150,000 fQr the creation of The decision of the jury in thiscase being proposed at this time goes To Three Others breaking and entering spree

were vigorously opposed to any a state farmers &narket in Union A pipeline to bring natural through Florida within the next will'markthe close of a dispute I- through no doubt the principal !1 I started on the night of May 6

amendments which would decrease County were introduced in the gas, and with it new opportunities -. few: weeks, with Starke one of that has been brewing for of the Starke High School .. Four traffic ,charges resulted when Griffis and the younger of

any advantages the bill Florida Senate Monday by Sen. for unrealized prosperity and the principal points on its 1,517 more than 18 months. The conflict Laj ijj several others will receive; last week when Patrolman M. N. the two brothers broke a lock on

would them. Charley E. Johns. over. the roadway startedin Sellars : a van carrying Centennial fireworks
give benefits, will begin'creeping mile course. more than our Superintendent is i stopped a car for al
City Attorney Arch ThomasJr. The expansion or th& Starke Completion of the pipeline is' the fall of 1955 when the property now drawing. I certainly don'tthink I: legedly speeding on .south U. S.; :1 at the high school stadium
told the Council that the owners greeted barricades 301. stealing about $75 worth.
that would
"absolutely be fair and
necessary expected in July of 1958 and already just,

stricter the provisions the greater for the continued prosperity of End Of School plans are being made by shutting to the off lake.the public from access as he ire the head of the schools Besides the speeding charge, the The fireworks younger to boy his said house they where took

would be the possibility for j, Northeast Florida's'agricultural city officials for the handlingof and should receive the largest charges of displaying another's
they shot them
court decision to be unfavorj j The County contends that the off at different
a driver's
industry, Johns remarked.A the new facility, its financingand salary. license and driving without times.
able to the in the the roadway is needed not only as an
city, event market in Union County \ a license were lodged
Activities SetThe physical operation. againstthe The biggest night of crime for
access to the
lake for
law were tested. would greatly improve the prices i fishermen, BANK HOLIDAYThe driver of the car,
Predictions are that the advent U but also for the lads was on May 10 when they
-Its better to take that risk"than such public necessities .
t the farmers would receive for Community State Bank of Ghent Jr., an 18-year-old Negro.
reduce the city's control, 1 their products, Johns said and of natural gas will be a boon to as mosquito control and hyacinth Starke and the Florida Bank at Ghent's friend, Levy Hanker- .three Starke businessesLibby's
Bradford High School the fuel Big Dad and Starke
city reducing prices, control
Councilman Joe Andrews III: re- would provide a place for 4-H Starke will not open for business: son 19, was charged with lend
Seniors, with a Washington trip providing more efficient, The Laundry and Into the coke
marked. operation property owner, J. :A[. Edwards next
clubs and Future Farmers to Thursday, May 30, Memorial ing his license to
exhibit Ghent Ghentpon'.ed machine at
Brownlee & Chasteen's.
the Junior-Senior behind
and. Prom of the power plant and being 'contends that public -
The Council members predicted ] prize and live use nay ,a legal holiday in the Stateof bonds
crops .tock.AccCl'J'ding totaling $75 and The
them for- of the road boys said that Crews
that in actual practice the bill are now looking a vital factor in attracting subjects the land to: Florida. IStallings
,to Johns' bill, one- ward to the highest points of new industry to the area. |l greater fire hazard and loss of Hankerson posted a $50 bond. (Continued on Page 5)) ,
would not restrict the
power j ]half of the.annual from ,
much profit their school life, Baccalaureateand Starke will be in a particularly moisture. I ]McGEE HURLS
companies as as they seem- each facility would to the NQ-HITTER
Commencement, to climax enviable spot on the pipeline,
ed to1 fear, indicating that they state until the appropriationsare .
would not be disposed to provoking repaid. their school days. serving as the crossroads for Parking Ticket '

the outside companies un. The Baccalaureate services the main lines going to the east: BHS

necessarily. 11 will be held in the First Baptist and west coast of the state.I Dispute Grows Downed In Meet Finals

"As I understand the intent 'UF To GraduateFive Church on Sunday June 2, at 8 The natural gas line I I

of this bill is for the city tn p. m. The Rev. W. McAliley.. in the talking and planning
have control over all new stuff," |j From StarkeFive pastor of the First Presbyterian stages for some time and the Into Court Case Bradford High School's Tornadoes Parrish with two, Joe Harden the third inning and pitched

Thomas said.Father Church, will deliver the sermon, companies are now in the .final blanked Terry Parker :5- and Armond Rivers. hitless ball, but the Starke batsmen

graduates from Starke will "Live That You May Live." Special stages of complying with Federal I A parking violation charge, 0 on a no-hitter by Curtis McGee Nine of the Starke men went couldn't connect' to ,pull

be among the 1,149 to receive: music will be provided by Power Commission requirements nurtured by a conflict of opinion I 'last Thursday to enter th<- down on strikeouts delivered by the team out of the hole.
And Son before actual construction be Scarborough None of the BHS During the
the High School Glee Club. grew and game, McGee struck
grew Saturday afternoon
degrees in the annual commence- ,. in the Group 3 tournament at
Dr. Robert B. Meyers of the until it developed into five players were walked by Scar out 11, walked five, and gave up
ent ceremonies
at the Univer. gins.The '
Fined For will be delivered Jacksonville Beach, but lost out borough.The 7 hits. The Starke committed -
from I men
'Lark'f ity of Florida on June 3. Speaker University of Florida College of I gas charges and what promises to be
to duPont High 5-1 Friday. Starke
Texas and Louisiana fields by squad"lost the final three errors.
Education will
or the exercises, scheduled for speak to the graduates a warmly ontested Mayor'sCourt
two cooperating ;, The Starke batsmen collected contest of the tournament against The Tornadoes will wind
"A lark, which included putting Honda Gymnasium at 8:40 a.m. at Commencement exercises Case.. up
frogs on a waitress and will bt- Justice Campbell Thornal I in the High School Stadium at t operating a trunk line original The defendant, R. C. Dampier only four hits off of Terry Parker duPont during the first three their season Friday afternoon

defying police officers, ended in of the Florida Supreme Court 8 p. m. June 7. Topic of his ad ing in Hidalgo,: County, Texas. is charged with refusing to ace Jack Scarborough, but innings. In the first inning du when they play Santa Fe in the
Houston Texas Gas & Oil Co.,, paya were aided alro by six errors Pont gained three runs on two BHS stadium for the conference
County Court Wednesday with Those from Starke receiving degrees dress will be "Facing the Future : parking meter fine,
Florida suppliers, will build resisting committed by the Jax team. walks and three hits aided by championship.Both .
truck driver ) will be Duron Beeler .
a paying a $150 : MED:; i arrest, using profane language boosted
about 682 miles of lateral lines McGee his impressive two errors by Starke players. Starke and Santa Fe
fine and his son paying a $50( Billy D. Dansby, BSCOM; William At the graduation ceremonies on a public street, abusing a
to distributors and strikeout record by whiffing 11 duPont tied the knot on the have 2-1 record for conference
fine. Arlen Gay, BSE; Adele Scholl, awards will be presented to outstanding supply users police officer and destroying city a
County Judge T. A. Yawn EAE- and Thornton Hartley, BSJ. Seniors in variousfields Headquarters for the Florida property. He is free under $100 Terry Parker players during ths package with single runs in the play. In their last meeting Starke

termed the case "one big me&' Other candidates for degrees In and athletic awards and division will be at St. Petersburg bond. fray. He walked only three men. second and third Innings. downed the Alachua county team

The driver, David Kalmbach. thi: area Include: Dorothy A letters presented. and the entire investment iiFlorida Making the hits for Bradford McGee, pitching his third gameof I 97.

Swanbom, MED Lawtey; Pau Following the graduation has been estimated at On request from Dampier'sattoftiey : High all singles, were Kenny the week settled down after Game time is 3:45 p. m.
operator of a large moving van. ex ,' :Mack' Futch

pleaded guilty to driving while Lloyd Bird BSA Lucile S. Clark, ercises the Seniors will mark the about $182 million. Jackson the Mayor -...,' 'A'r-: __ """""'oL-u-.,._.. to.fla- --- -------
postponed case until -
intoxicated, and his son David BAC, Hubert E. Ridaught, MED end. of,their school days with an June 3 to gfve the defense an

Jr. 22, pleaded guilty to disturbing md of Ann Keystone Caroline Heights.Vance, BAE pall all night party,', chaperoned by; Youth Charged opportunity to prepare its case .

the parents and teachers.
peace. and obtain a court reporter.

the According activities to of arresting the pair officers startedin Team Changes Managers With Gun Attack The actions against Dampier

began when Policeman Ben
a Lawtey restaurant where
Aggravated assault charges Holtzendort tried to collect ,forjan
created disturbance which
they a
included the episode of the Baseball Club were placed against a 17-year-old | overtime parking meter ticket
Notches First Victory : which he said Dampier tore
younger man trying to put two ; boy :Monday after two women accused

frogs on the waitresa. him of shooting at them up When Dampier. refused to t ::'. : ,. ., ':r .. -- S t

restaurant They were and ordered Lawtey out Marshal of the Play Green Cove Here On SaturdayThe with The a case shotgun.against the boy, J. Jackson pay Holtzendorf and was told called.to Mayor either t____ t _

collect a $5 bond for refusal .to _
D. Adams certified to Circuit -
L. P. Rafuse called. He tried ., ; was
to arrest them. but they demanded -i Starke Centennials, braced pla'ers111 be absent because Court after a preliminary pay the ticket or put Dampier I r:1: : J4

to see his credentials and by a4 win over Fernandina of exams at the University of hearing by County Judge T. A. in jail..

refused to go with him. last Saturday night and with a Florida. Bennett said that the!I, Yawn. Adams was held in the Holtzendorf said that Dampier '

The men were later capturedIn new set of managers, are looking exams will also hurt the Green county jail this week under refused- to pay and when he was _. 'j i I y, I 5 .1 !
Baldwin and-returned to Brad to even up the slate with Green Cove team. ;i.OOO bond. trying to haul him off to, jail. : J4., 1./ : J\\

ford County. Cove Springs in North Florida The Centennials beat Fernan- The women, Dolly Powers and |Dampier resisted, using profane
league play as they meet the that Adams language and the 'of
Sheriff P. D. Reddish des- dina Saturday night behind the Bessie Crews, charged striking
visitora on the home field Sat- fired the at them ficer.
scribed them a.\ being "both realmouthy" pitching of Randall Davis. hotgun
arrest urday night.A while they were working in, a | In Mayor's Court Monday.
when they were
ed. shakeup in the managershipof A- new player, Bucky Buck of strawberry field owned Jointlyby | Futch said he thought his client

the team took place last week, Raiford. was recently added to would be to
willing plead
.the families. guiltyto
"It all started out as a the Starke team.
with former pilot Sam Zack The said that Adams 'refusal to pay the fine but
and. -
as a j &
up leaving the club and Ovid Bennett The player roster now includes aAI
." the older man remarked to left the field following a dispute would .not plead guilty to the -ft&
named as business manager Davis, Jack Hazen Harold Davis concerning the strawberriesand rest. ..5.1r .
Judge Yawn.. Harold Davis as secretary-treas ,, Edwin: Johns Jim Brown -
: a few minutes later they
urer and Jim Godwin and J. Godwin Lemuel .Williams, .J. G. .
blast at
HOMECOMING heard the shotgun
D. Seymour as playing managers McGriff Jr.. Edgar Akridge, Vic Holiday ClosingMost '. 7'" ,
ams' house and heard the pelletsfalling ''. ;!
Green Cove now holds the Frees. Ray Goldwire Bennett ; .-....;..! -Jg o'. "
The annual homecoming of the edge them. I- \.,.. ,;,
Starke business houses .
:Evergreen Baptist Church seven over Starke, having won the first Sidney Jackson, Wiley Coley, Adams near contended that he, waS will close all day Thursday, May I' .- .. = ... -:.;.;.. 4. 1'/...To',..::i... .
miles will contest etween the two teams I Sidney Newman and Buck.
northwest of Lawtey firing at a rabbit not at the 30, Memorial Day, 'In accordancewith Members of the BHS baseball Bennie Williams: Warren Al- ,. Curtis McGee, Calvin
be held Sunday June 2. Lunch Hazen is scheduled to be. on women. He said that since his the holiday closing schedule team who have compiled a 9-7 wood, Kenny ,Parrish George Pace, John Goolsby Armond
will tIe Bennett
that the
served and will predicted Starke mound
singing Saturday night aginst mother. was In the field. too. I he adopted by the Merchants Division record this season are (kneeling Patten and Bubba LaMee. Rivers* and Marvin Brown.
te held In the afternoon. .Is in shape to over-come that: Green Cove. time
is EveryI I Game is 8 would :not have taken 'a chance ,of the Chamber of Commerce 1-r)' Joe Harden, Bill Alderman, (Standing) Coach Clifford Mc
one invited. edge even though three of the In. at the stadium. "
P. BUS by shooting .near them on Jan 7. Eddie;..Stuckey, Henry Richarde Griff, W. 1L Johns, Tommy


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VVVVVYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyI YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Sunday afternoon. FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1957 "
editorial Mra R. C. Cannon and children TWO
Farmer's Diary of Palatka, and :Mrs. C. -

B. Cannon of Jacksonville were .
By Sam McGamy recent visitors of the Robert

Two Needed Changes -Met "Unclei Marion" Carter Starlings. .. That's What I Want For Graduation!
r Dave Cheshire of Gainesvillewas
in election over there, and, as he has .
Groundwork for two major changes a a recent visitor of Mr. and
for Starke city elections has been little age on him, we asked how .
practices Mrs. Robert Starling and Mrs. /f//7// .
I he was feeling. ,
laid by the City Council in recent actions. little. tired, having_ trouble"Feeling with Viola Cheshire. ..
One of these would change the system for: my back,". he said. Mra A. F. Han and children; ,
electing Council members, setting up five groupsin "Well," we said, "you're 83 and and Charles Proffett, all of Jack
which the candidates would run instead of: it's about time you can, expect sonville, spent the weekend with 7 _
each other. some aches and pains!" the H. M McRaes. Other visitorsof ', .. : '..: .. .S"-
having them all. run against
the McRaes
on Sunday were
The'other change would require the police chiefto spoke up; "Rea Mr. and Mrs. Robert and
We were down in the woodlot son Uncle Marion is tired is that
instead of elected. children of Olustee, Mr. and Mrs.
be appojnted last week measuring some treesto he's been digging Irish potatoes
.... Both of these measures, we believe, would have cut, when all of a sudden all 'day, and 'cause he's making Robert Myrick and children, and \ -
r help put the city in tune with modern theories Alice squealed. There right at ,his third go-round of hoeing the Mrs. Sue Myrick of Starke,

and.election customs. Through theyears the old her feet was a ground rattler and pepper patch!" L.Rev.A.Raulins Crosby.of Gainesville, and 3*: '. : : :" 4.s.r% '
we both were amazed, for the We '
officials under pretended to be mysti-
systems have produced many good Rev.' J. C. Worthington of < :\V y&*
whom the city has progressed, but the years ruse thing was so small, that we had fied: "Still can't understand Gainesville will conduct servicesat /////7i< t&& I
almost missed it ,(it waa only a about his having trouble with : / J*> s zE :
have also brought out defects which need to foot long). We weren't sure his back. He's 83 and he's been Bayless Hiway Baptist Church < / X 3 f 1' '

to remedied.The what kind of snake it was, but it working hard hoeing, but that'sno next Sunday. ** V
4 present system for electing Council members was short and thick, like other work at all for him!" Misses Gerta Fae Alvarez of Smith-Corona IL)
election evil poisonous snakes, so Sam killed Starke and Dianne Hall of Jack-
fosters '"one-shot voting, an Uncle Marion shook his head. .
it We understand that these sonville spent Saturday night with
for few people voting "I fell pretty good for ,
which makes it possible a except
Misses and Gloria
e for a single candidate to defeat the will of those little despite snakes their carry size. a big wallop,, my back troubling me, and I Crosby! Pansy Joyce WORLD'S FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLE IfI _
have to take glass off whenI '
who comply with their democratic responsibilitiesand S read, but outside my of that, I'm BETHEL CHOICE OF 4 MODELS ,. 5 DECORATOR COLORS
the number of candidates.The Was Mrs. Martha Hazen
vote proper telling aU right I still got to get into BAPTIST>> CHURCH
advantage of one-shot voting would be (who, worka in a doctor's officein those -
peanuts, and the okra is Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching -
eliminated in the group system because the race Starke) about our experience, needing some working, too." services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.

in each group would be a separate race in which and she laughed, and told us Song service 7:30 p. m.- Rev.R. 137.27 79.10
every voter would be required to vote for only about a time when she and het YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY :. L. _Lee, pastor. 121.37 \ 105.47

one candidate. By this system, the candidates family lived out on the old Par- PINE Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax
would be running against somebody in particular rish place near Sampson River. LEVEL FROM ENGLAND .

instead of everybody in general. She said her son, Owen, was sit- by Mm., II. 1M. ntcltaeAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALI. Direct to
the chief of police to ting on a hamper in the bean
S The proposal requiring elected has raised the field and he heard something : BARKLEYMOTORS This year, give that boy or girl Graduate the practical gift that will
be appointed instead the voters hitting against the hamper, which Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were bring the maximum in pleasure and appreciation for years to come.
from ,
will take
objection that it away sounded like a part of the vine called to Hilliard last Friday Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters are designed and built to offer

some of their voice in city affairs. striking against it. When he by the illness of their grandson, HILLMAN maximum value in terms of performance, dependability, and long life,
that the adoption of this looked down, there was a rattler, Edward Murrhee. We
to are
But it seems us gladto and are available to suit any purse and any purpose. Stop by today and
proposal will give the voters a stronger control striking and hitting the hamper report that he is getting along HUSKY see our complete line.
which right at his feet. His sisters ran nicely in a Jacksonville hospital. -
over city affairs, because the authority screaming to the house, and when Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis STATION WAGON .
their votes delegate will not be divided. They can they went in the gate, there werea spent the last two weeks with
hold the mayor and Council responsible for all couple of ground rattlers which relatives at Ft. :Myers. They $1298
Terms To Suit Your Convenience
of the activities of the city, including the police struck at them as they passed by. were accompanied by their son With Arranged
department.The Mrs. Hazen laughs about it now, and daughter-in-law, :Mr. and $200 Trade-in
when but she says she'fglad they :Mrs. Reed Lewh and daughter, AtBarkley ,
of the city is weakened
government moved out of the section. who went on to :Miami for a visit
too many officials are answerable only to the "The moccasin's there were so with relatives.Mr. Motors :
voters. Such a system fosters lack of cooperationand thick" she said, "that when we and Mrs. Russell Thomas. 615 N. Main St.
disunity. dug peanuts, we jut shook out and children visited their son- Gainesville, Fla. i
the snakes with the peanuts!" in-law and' daughter: Mr. and iI
To be put into effect these proposals need to ; Phone FR-2-2583 I
Jerry at Melrose :
be passed by the' legislature and then approved There's no worry now about __ ,

by the voters in the city election in September.We any farmer's having to turn on R-ww J____ I II
believe that their adoption would result in irrigation. We've had heavy -- I I

more effective government for the city. showers all. over the county
lately, and some of them have
been more than showers. Talked % .
The Luxury Budget to C. H. Nar.-vorthv who said fr -' .
that out his way, en SR-16 east '>- -'it : 47 -

In bringing to the public over the air wavesa of Starke they've had a lot of

plea for support of his 73.3 billion dollar bud- rain and,not but damaging the water the is running pasture.off N 60; 000 000I i

get, President Eisenhower is asking, in effect, S S SAnd .

whether the tax-burdened American people want Pete Griffis' on the Griffis /:,. / I
I to enlarge a bureaucracy of 2,500,000 civil em- Loop has a pretty pepper I
want the Federal which took a beating In ; -- I
ployes; whether they govern patch ***** yw .v %i Wake
ment to move farther into control of state and the heavy rains of last week. Jeep
local functions specifically (at this time) Seems like there is alwayr some- recor11&thi1 -
thing to worry a
whether they want Washington to' build our S .

schools, when, where, and as it dictates. Folks in the North Side section -
The American people are asked to approveor of the county say they
condemn what Virginia's Senator-Harry F. haven't had too much rain, but "''

Byrd has described as "a luxury budget on a when we met Jimmy Gaskins, : prove .: .
noticed that he was wearing 1
balanced bud- we
global basis. It is a precariously rubber boots. j
get* as Senator Byrd points out in his analysisin S S ,

the :May 11 issue. of National Review, depen- Looks like sweet corn might

dent for its balance on the passage of postal rate bring a good price this year SIMMONS WONDERFUL
increases "and further inflation of income." It (because of bad weather downstate .

cornea at a time when, as the Senator says: ) but there's not much Wade of -. ?t< --.; '' ',

"This country is mortgaged to the hilt. The it Gaskins planted is in one this grower county.who hasa

$275 billion Federal debt is the equivalent of pretty good planting, and he
the assessed value of all the land, buildings, is: naturally hopeful that he'll I BEAUTYREST

mines, machinery, factories, livestock every- "strike it rich.. "
thing of tangible value in the United States. with ,
is disgusted
Oscar Carter
And it comes at a time when: "The equivalentof situation. When .- .v.1\
Irish potato
the .. .
33 cents out of every dollar the people of we visited' him, he had about 100 .. --- I- .
the United States earn goes for taxes'of some hampers of pretty potatoes > gives
kind. We owe so much money that it takes ten hampered up out in the patch, j'Ii\4 you '

per cent of our taxes just to pay the interest. and no place to sell them. Whenwe
asked him about it he said: I
And lest we blame the size of the budget entirely
on military spending, Senator Byrd remindsus "I'm going to tear that pageon s'eedathJog : NJ:. "
( potatoes) out of my I
that these items total two billions less thanin next year!" sounder sleep !

heal 1954! But it provides for 14 new state S S U : .

aid programs 67 in all. Domestic-civilian By the way, Oscar has a I :

activities, he says, account for $28.9 billions of fine 2-acre pepper patch andif : tt\ S
the pods will bring any priceat
Eisenhower budget.
the new
The six billions that Senator Byrd insists'canbe all he ought to make some + A" : That's the important result of 11 years of scientific research.
money on them. The plants 4 Tests made with actual people sleeping on all leading mattresses -
--ii"-: : were
"without harm to
cut from the budget any have a good color, are free of I .
: -' It proved that Beautyrest longer periods of soun-
essential federal function" could start us on insects and disease, and are .-* ;. was gave
the road back to fiscal stability for this ation. leaded with bloom and pepper. : .:; "-: der, deeper, unbroken sleep. The reason is that Beautyrest is made
It could even be the beginning of tax relief ( ___s' f--. .i;:,: : 'q3i'. differently. The separate, independent springs give you body-
The President is asking what we think, and -: .F -: '-+:'-,. -. .- fitting comfort that means refreshing sleep. Order your Beauty-'

apparently the people are telling him. A Washington I rest today! .

correspondent scys that none of the .
\ '
Florida delegation reports mail favoring the -- ; : : ..
mail has .- p .
record-breaking budget, but that heavy ; -
'.C.f.. :; .;.. : ,- __l Heart beat recordings -
been received favoring a cut wherever possible.The _:* .. : -I-- .,- v / II
more' voics that are raised in behalf of economy :: : :: showed

the better the chance of getting it. Let your : '
; -
_. ;; e : ; sounder sleep on
Congressman know how you feel today. I i;. : :

Everyone For Himself .... :oi1 ;: .::;.: :-.*# Beautyrest. j

f Could you and : : : ,, $
{; Some diseases, once an effective vaccine has .. .. .. .' 'IV .
family -
been found, are easy to conquer. Take smallpoxand your -:: :i 0.
for instance. If a large part of I -: : r +' Ii 'IDE
the country's population is vaccinated: the "chainof live out..of ::.- 'i..:: -._ .. i':: "--.. .,I I. : .- _AlJIE_ It: Mii_18_ Jtt 149 4W* SM tt9 1\\ I

infection" is broken and the virus fades out. ? .- & ::i '. Beautyrest Sleeper 1.llOlSr i 1. .
a case >
But polio vaccination works differently. It :.. 'k 't -.. F

sets up antibodies in the bloodstream that ,prevent Not a bright prospect.But I 11I. Reaches Beneficial ]IT

the polio virus from attacking and des- many families have to.For :

troying nerve centers. But a person thus pro- they discover too late that 3. ii1-4-
Stages 3 and 4 faster
the isn't KKUTEUKg ;
tected against paralysis can still harbor polio their fire insurance
virus in his system and can still transmit it to enough ,to cover to day's. r*>v>v- 1\

someone else -' family, neighbors or the people cost of rebuilding' and KIT 4.

with whom he works. }jvery person, regardless refurnishing a burned-out 4
home. Now is the time to
of vaccination, ,is still a potential "carrier." bring your fire insuranceup

That's what Dr. Jonas Salk meant when he to date. See us. .

warned: "Your" neighbor's vaccination won't protect "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" 'i7r ,
you. If ypu want protection against' para- .

lytic polio, you must get it for yourself and your C. Wall r -
children. With the hot months (the peak polio Agencj '

season) coming on, no time is better than the -

present. Phone: 146 Denmark FurnitureFree Co. (

200 E. Call Street ;

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fVfTTTTTTtTYTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY Georgia Ann Sapp on Sunday. the weekend with her cousin. VVYYVYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyw. her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ruth TTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONN Farm. church tonight (Friday). Come

They reported that their son, Misses Joan and Eloise Hingson Gano, at Swan Lake Monday.Mrs. The Heilbronn Training Union .and bring fish and salad or cole I

Pete, who is in a Texas hospital at the State Farm. BROOKERBy Lee Green of Gainesvilleand will enjoy a fish fry at the I slaw.

was slightly improved.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry and Mrs. Marie Mason of New
Bryant Reddish has returned son returned to their home in Orleans, La. were visiting Mr. ISy Sirs. Ancel NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtA
ail Mn. Sirs.
from a vtit with her son- Nashville, Tenn.. en Monday aftera and 'Mrs. R. H. Green Saturday. A At t
in-law and daughter. Mr. and &&&&& for !
visit with Mrs. Selma Eunice. &AA&&A&&A&A& Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes. Designed Southern Living
'Mrs. J. O. Pons, in Tallahassee.Sam The L. C. King family visitedMr. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanand
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Covin and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bazar and family of Gainesville attended -
Hicks of Jacksonville and Mrs. Leonard Griffisin Mr. and Mrs. Eldorf Sapp
daughter the of Lennox, Ga. spent spent Friday with Mrs. Hicks, Starke on Sunday. and son of Jacksonville and Mr. Church services Sunday at visited relatives in Frostproofand :Modern 2-bedroom home created for the
weekend with Mrs. Covin'smother and Mrs. Claude Prescott and
Mrs. R. H. Futch, and and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford. Miss Betty Crawford of Jack- children of Starke were Sunday the New River Baptist Chure.h. Tavares last weekend.G. discriminating buyer who wants the maxi-

other relatives. Weekend guests of Mra JoyceT. sonville spent the weekend with guests of Mrs. Doshie Prescott. Beverly, Joan, and'Mary Ellen W. McNeil of Jacksonville mum amount of floor space for the least

}fr. and Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham Futch. Futch,of Tallahassee and sons, were and S.Mr.J.I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. C. L. Atkinson was visit ,Green accompanied them hometo was Normans.a recent visitor of the Ancel amount of money.

,- Mr. and Mrs. Willis Star- Ancil Futch'and daugh- Crawford. They carried her homeon ing Mr. and ''Mrs. Reed Lewis visit Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Miss Joyce Morgan attended
ling, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Starling Miss Mary Julia Sunday afternoon and ,spent and children in Starke Sunday. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and -
ters of Quincy. revival services
at Black Pond
with Mr. and Mrs.
.the evening Mrs. Grace is still ill
and Mr. and Mrs. Barry $1495
Buddy Futch of Jacksonville. Mr. and family of Starke were Sunday Monday and Tuesday nights of
Erwin Muse.
i in Alachua General Hospital. We
Starling Mr. and Mrs. I
Mrs. Futch spent Saturday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. last week. She reported a nice
T. Reddish over Sunday.Mr. Futch Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren had do hope she will be well soon.
and Mrs. Benton
with Mr. crowd there and good
as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jones L. Atkinson. some
and, Mra Buck Harvey of in. Starke. Herbert of Southside JackSon- and children of Donaldsonville, },Ir. and Mrs. Paul Emory of 1 preaching. Rev. Sam Watson was Built on 'your own lot, including foundation blocks.
Macclenny were Sunday guests, and Mrs. J. C. Pringleand to have conducted the revival,
of Mrs. Mamie Futch. Mr. ville, Mrs. Victor Appleby and Ga. 'were visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Lake City were visiting Mrs Completely finished on the outside. Inside unfinished
of Palatka spent partof but was stricken with a heart
family family, of Atlantic Beach Mrs. Robert Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Eva Harrell last week. for
except ceiling joists flooring and partition studs.
Friends of Rev. W. L. Mills, I last week with Mr. and Mrs.C. attack. Other preachers were sup- ,
Jr., pastor pf the First Baptist S. Mosley and family. Kingsley Leslie Bradley Lake and and Marvin family War-of Ernest. and Russ Mra last weekend.Mr. Alan Land. of Don't forget PTA meeting plying for him. We can build any size house from your floor plan. Or

Church, will be glad to learn Mrs. Lu Neman was calledto ren of Jacksonville. The Applebysall Pensacola were weekend guests Thursday night at 8 o'clock. The Mrs. Darrell Edwards of the : our plans enlarged or altered to your specifications.This .

that he has returned home froma Tampa on Friday to be with went home with Mrs. Brad- I of Mrs. Land's parents. nominating committee will pre- State Farm visited the Ancel is not a prefab, portable or sectional house.

Jacksonville convalescent home. her sister, Mrs. Nellie Ofieen, ley for a swim in the lake in Glad to hear that Mrs. Blairis sent the slate of officers to be Normans last weekend
He was able to attend services who is quite ill. the afternoon. home from the hospital. elected for the coming year. The women of our communityare BRING YOUR DEED & DOWN PAYMENTOF

on Sunday, but Rev. John Pierceof The Robert Waldron family Allan Hart and daughters and Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Ware of busy canning and freezing $25 WE DO THE REST.
Starke filled the pulpit
wish spent Sunday in Lake City with Mrs. Nancy Keene visited Mr. St Petersburg, Hilton Cook of I vegetables, while the men are
him. Rev. Mills and family
Mrs. Buck Waldron. i and 1o rs. Vanice Keene and fami Mobile Ala., and Mrs. Cecil busy putting the finishing touchesto
to thank all of in the friends duringhis Mr. and Mrs. Austin Par- ly in Glenn St. Mary on Sunday.Mr. Moore of Jacksonville were visit- MAIL AWAY the complete their crops and dusting for Jim Walter CorporationCALL
assisted them any way I
sons of Waycross Ga. attended and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis of ing Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell Centennial story three dig pests. ,
illness. and and Mrs. Bulah Harrell last Issues of The Telegraph (includ- Mrs. Homer Steam.sister of
McDonaldof services at the First Baptist New River called on Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac weekend. ing 48-page historical edition) Ancel, Tullie;and Leroy Norman,I
Sunday din Church and were dinner guestsof Mra Percy Griffis Sunday'after- US COLLECT AT
Jacksonville were : wrapped together In special Cen- is in the hospital at Eustis for
L. Mills
Lula Dority;: Rev. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Fred Wilson and Mrs.
ner guests of Mrs. tennial and mailed observation and treatment.Mr. .
noon.Mr. wrapper to Gainesville- FR 2-2587 Palatka -EAST 5.5971
and Mrs. Everett Burneyof and family.Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Austin Edna Hayes of Gainesville spent
friends and McCormick father of Mrs.
relatives ,
anywhereIn Cor. Hawthorne & Kincald Rd. Intersection Hwy. 17 &. 100
of were Sunday with Mrs. Harrell
Jacksonville called on Mrs. and Mrs. C. H. Tyndall and family of Highland Guy ,
USA for only 50 cents. Bringus Ernie Johns, is still critically ill
Tangerine were weekend guestsof dinner guests of the Bill and family.
Sunday your mailing list: We do the at the home of his daughter
Mrs. TyndalTs parents, Mr. Rev. C. B.
Pendarvis family.Mr. Stallings was visiting rest. Mrs Charlie Burnett of the State I
and Mrs. W. B. Devine. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt hadas Rev. A. E. Young in Lake

COLONIALFLORIST The Rowell Prevatt family guests during the weekend Mr. Butler Monday.Mr. -
were in Lake Butler Saturday and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and family and Mrs. Henry Howard of

evening for a visit with Mr. of Ocala, and the L. H. Hraper Fairbanks were Sunday dinner r I
and Mra Ernest Southerland. family of Kingsley Lake. guests of Rev. and Mrs. Ressie .
. Eli Griffis of !,
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Luther Hilliard and family Carleton. t
Maxville spent Sunday with Mr. Starling Sr., and Little Rara and Melanie Good- It
Mrs. Steve
and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and son of Gainesville spent the week- "Super Right" Western
Starling, were
PHONE 218 i 1. grandson, Mitchell II
Rath Frozen Chopettes
daughter.Mrs. overnight guests of Mr. end with their grandmother,
J. R. Hinson and son of Friday Suber. Miss Mra Hazel Carelton, while Mrs. ,;

(j) Gainesville were weekend guestsof and Frankie Mrs.Wainwright Raymond came home Goodson went on a class trip 3 to 5 Lbs Avg For Barbecue ,
Mrs. E. C. Johns and
Mr. and with them on Saturday for the with her pupils to Sarasota and

Ronald Kimbrell.Mr. weekend and Mrs. Louie Belle Cypress Gardens.
FLOWERS and Mrs. D. B. Thomas Wainwright and Louis Frigo Mrs. Carelton is expecting Mr. BEEF PORE & VEAL
had as Sunday guests Mr. and for them Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Richard Crosby of Pompano ,
For All. Occasions Mrs. Milton Clarke and family, came Visitors at the L. S. Tanner ) Beach to arrive here for a PORK SPARE RIBS :

and Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Clarke' Tuesday were Mr. and few days visit.
home on
DISH CARDED of Macclenny.The Mra G. L. Sapp of Heilbronn Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorrels \ i iI.I.

POTTED PLANTS tended Leonard the homecoming Prevatt family at Oak at- and Clifton Smith of Jackson the and weekend baby of with Jacksonville Mr. and spent Mrs.L. 8-oz '

POTTERY: Grove Baptist Church on Sunday.Mr. ville.Dean Bennett of the State L. Dyal and family. pound39c pkg 49c U ii'i;
and Mrs. Tom Norman of with his Chicken Supper
Flower Wired'Anywhere Macclenny visited them in the Farm spent Monday Guy Harrell who was in .
afternoon.Mr. cousin Priscilla charge of the fried chicken sup-
and Mrs. L. E. Smith of The St. Clair Griffis Mrs.family Alice per sponsored by the PTA last: I I II III

Marietta were Sunday afternoon had as Sunday guests of Jack Thursday night, says that it wasa i

Nona St Starke guests of the Ernest Raulerson Bradley and daughter Park, big success and a very profit I
sonville, L. Luke of Avon able Gross profit was 94.30. A&P Own Our Own
family. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Luke and one. ; Blend Hearty & Vigorous '
Miss Charlotte Cannon spent Sweatof There will be very little expenseas ,
daughter, and Miss Kay most of the food was do- Veg. Shortening
Starke. nated. Mrs. Harrell wishes to
Mrs. James Starling and J. B who helped in any '
thank all TEAHawaiian BAGS
See BILLY JACKSONFOR Teston are still in Starke hos way to make this successful.A A. -'
pitals but are slowly improving. group of Brooker citizens DEXOEqual I'

Mr. and Mrs. Landon Griffis went to lake Butler Baptist
of Jacksonville were weekend church Sunday afternoon to the

TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING Mrs.guests Levin of his Griffis.parents Mr. and 'I Douglas Baptismal Steve Services and Bruce of Eddie Tin- To The Best 48 For Only 43c .I

Yet Cost You Less!
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Danson .
And All Type Tractor Work ney, and Robert Hensley.Mr.
of Miami are visiting
and family Atkinsonof
and Mrs. Casey HMMMUM

PHONE 165 Mr.Mrs.and Catherine Mrs. R.Douglas H. McCauley of Lake guests Orlando of Mr.were and the Mrs.weekend Carrell '3 Ib caI( 83C All Good Brand Sugar Cured I j

Butler was the weekend guestof ,
W. T. JACKSON TRANSFERtLjL Mr. and Mra Erlie Padgett. Atkinson.'Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ

----J.} Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and son of Cocoa, Mrs. Frances SLICED BACON l-Ibpkg 5*

and daughters of Jacksonville Russ And daughter of Apopka,, A&P Own
with Mrs.
spent the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DukesJr.
Mattie Henderson and the and daughter of Lake Butler ;
Colonel Norsworthys. fr. and Mrs.Er Purpose Oil'C'
were visiting
Vi 4! Mr. and Mrs. Dink Cassels oiLocklcxm nest Russ last weekend John's Breaded Fantail
the weekend
spent ..
Mrs. Casey Atkinson and Mrs.C.
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fetch L. Atkinson were visiting Mr. BEXOLAEqual
They all visited :Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Mr. SHRIMP ready ytofry 10-ozpkg 59c
Leon Sauls in Hampton on Sat
) and Mrs. Reed Lewis and familyin
O rade ta urday evening.The Starke Saturday night. To The Best II

TO ailowanteIP11L'Tj Paul Bennett family spent' Mrs. Nita Dyal of Starke and Yet Cost You Less .
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Webl Mrs. Ruby Britt and son of Ocala A&p. '

Kersey and family. were the weekend guests of Mr. bottle 'I II
Sunday guests of. Mr. and and Mrs. H. J. Dyal. quart 63c !

Mrs. Lee Green were Mrs. Sallie Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan SALAD quart'45c '
Register and Miss Elsie Greenof and family were visiting Mrs.. DRESSING

Jacksonville.Mr. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Willis,, ,.
and Mrs. Ralph Wise and in Bell Sunday. Mrs. Willis returned It
sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown with them.to spend a few II
and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. W. A&P No. 303 Can '
] 14'] I UIr ETA
J. Wise and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell days.Mr.. and Mra Wallie Crews of PUNCH I
Brown and sons enjoyed a Melrose are spending a few days I'i

Johns fish fry, last on the Saturday.Mrs. banks: of the St. with this week.Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson ORANGE JUICE 8wt & U88wt 1 1C

Lelia Mae Hiatt carried Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin ,

the 3rd and 4th grade 'pupils of Waldo were visiting Mr. and 46-oZcan 31cA&P i!
and their teachers Mrs. H. H.. Mrs. R. F. Gano Tuesday.Mrs. ,
j Hamilton and Miss Mary Faulkner IR. F. Gano was visiting *, Our Finest QualityAPPLESAUCE ,;:-
to visit the Historic City of I''.
St. Augustine on Friday. The Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis and

i following room mothers accompanied sons.Friends Niblets Whole KernelCORN 2 1-1h cans 29c Ii:;
them: Mrs. D. A. Jones, of Rev. and Mrs. Ed-
Mrs. Andrew Wilkerson, Mrs. gar Wilkinson will be glad to

W. L. Mills Jr., Mrs. Fred Moore, know that he filled the pulpit
Mrs. James Water and Mrs. of the First Baptist Church at
Erlie Padgett. Catrabelle on Sunday in the absence A&P lli'

The Wilmot Starling family of their- pastor, who is "'I

attended Homecoming at Oak acting as song leader in a revi-

Grove. and Baptist Mrs.Church Ed Carter on Sunday.Mr. visited. val at Bessemer Donald ,Brandeis.Ala. with Evangelist 2 12-oz cans 29C SAUERKRAUT No. 303 can lOc Iii!

Mrs. Bob Carter in Middleburgon Misses Betty Joe and Mary
Sunday. Jane Clark had as weekend guests

The Theodore Crews family Misses Gayle Martin and Patsy
.were. guests of the Marklee andJ. Forsythe' of Starke. A&P Frozen Luscious Firm Ripe GoldenBANANAS SUNNYFIELD I:;

T. Padgett families in Clay O. J. Phillips returned home
Hill on Sunday. from St. Vincent's Hospital onfohday. :

Marshall and Mrs. L. P. Rafuae We hope he'will be able Food FLOUR ". ;,

_ and daughters were business to; be about and attending to his .
visitors to Jacksonville on Wed- many duties in a very few days. Buy Several
Broccoli 10-oz 2 For :
nesday afternoon. Friends of N. P._ Hicks, ownerof Pounds Today Ib 25 Ib $J.79Ann :
of former will > 1 0 C :
Sunday afternoon guests the Wyrick place ;
At This Low i
If Model 122<<1.Mahogany color Mra: Mae Wells were Mrs. Ruth regret to learn of his death which SPEARS 35c iI
21*ovtroll diagonal picture lube Barthlow and :Mrs. Effie Mae occurred at the home of. his Price

3reen and daughters of Middle- daughter Mrs. M. C. McAteer, Fresh Long Colossal l ;i I I
., In Jacksonville last Friday. .
You'd expect to pay up/ to299 9S burg.Mr. spending Leaf orchop O-OZpkg'2f bunch Page 14-oz 2 For :
and Mrs. Leon Brewer Mra Mary Reddish is ASPARAGUS ,39' ;
and family of Keystone Heights some tin'leith her daughter
called on Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Eve Godwin, in Starke. SPINACH 23cFresh KETCHUP I
I I Long GreenCUCUMBERS 3Sc.
YOU 259 95 AND YOUR Crawford and family on Saturday ,-

.AS PAYS OLD TV afternoon. FOR DEPENDABLE 3 for 14C i '
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis and x_ -

family of Jacksonville spent .the '
|| ZENITH LUXURY FEATURES THROUGHOUT t; weekend with Vernie Padgett Termite Control ANN PAGE Crisp Western Ntilley flij

and daughters.Dan I heads )
( SWIVEL(CONSOLE-''nwmaaue,- 0 ZENITH TOP TUNING Harley 'and family Mr.I O Household, A ,Commercial Red Kidney ,

FUll SIZE CONSOLE SPEAKER PATENTED SPOTUTE DIAL and Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., and Pest Control OLEO 1.lb 19c
in 'Jacksonville
Mrs. Al Harley were -
CINf BEAU* PICTURE TUBE '.CINELENS_* PlaU8E.LASS on Sunday for a visit Grove Spraying Beans .w.w .w r .

with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker .
: and sons. Can FB 6-60S5 No. 303 Can '

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Mr. and _Mrs. Ed Durban and :... .. .. ,,,.. SunnYCddPare ;
ons; had as Sunday visitors Mr. Florida Pest Control

and Mrs. Leo ,Wiggins of Jacksonville 10- "
: & Chemical Co-, 412 CaD Street J
231 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 and Mr. and Mrs. George LARD 4-Ib 65
Starke, Florida
Williams of Hampton. I 24 N. W. Utfc Ave. .
Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis' QeJaenDIe, Florid

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.., Officers InstalledBy __ : Children's ClinicCond To Receive Degree PTA Executives *

School PTANew ., ,....
High -
t x cfed 1 Outgoing and incoming officersof
TodayExperts .
the Bradford High School PTA
officers of the Bradford Dress
I will meet Monday May 27, at 8p.m.

F High School PTA were installed iti on crippling conditionswill in the high school library.All .

I Tuesday night in ceremonies con- be available for examinationand officials are urged to attend.GASTOONS .
ducted by Mrs. Leila Mundy mUte Y +x
consult tio i'Oday
Revue (Friday)
..... music room. '
q. a as the annual Bradford County
Gladys Mooty The new officers are Mrs. Louis
Crippled Children's Clinic is con- )4 [I I
.., Pfeone 35 Hillendahl, president; Mrs. Lloyd : t
ducted at the health center. r-
._. e' lMry %.
Farber, vice president; Mrs. '
00-'- -- ---------r StagedAt Registration ,for the free clinic
Charles Bias, secretary, and Mrs.
will begin at 8 a. m. Any child -By-
Panel Heads Named Mrs. Iris Crosby N. S. Dankel, treasurer. under 21 with a crippling 'condition mod:

For Junior WomenMrs. Weds Wayne Parnell history Preceding of the the PTA installation was presented the- s is eligible for examination. GIB BROWN

by Miss Ava Lee Edwards.A ;-Y? Needed follow-up hospital care

: A. J. Thomas Jr., president delegation of mothers from will be available to children whose O
Junior Woman's Club family is unable to for O
of the pay
Keystone Heights expressed appreciation Brooker 00

*.,; announces the following committee for their children being c treatment.The F "
chairmen who will serve until allowed to attend BHS next year. visiting'staff will include 7

:May, 1958: + orthopedic surgeons from Jack-
+ r
Two selections were sung by I .? ,r
t v sonville, a pediatrician plastic
American Home and Education, Miss Mara Payne, accompaniedby t
Affairs _M'JT :-t 31 surgeon, a physiotherapist, rep-
;>Irs. R. S. :Mullins. Public Mrs. Lloyd Green at the piana.:

'and Children's Committee Mrs. Refreshments were served duringthe A do-it-yourself, modelityourself resentatives from a brace andhoe .

Mack Futch. Community Affairs K social hour. Dress Revue was staged at company and from the Florida -

'(Community Achievement Con- x ,r rae Brooker recently by members '6f Vocational Rehabilitation

test), Mrs. Carl Roberts. Fine Bradford County Home Demon- Service. They will be assisted by E. Leslie Sapp, son of Mr. and "Fl1l""er up. 'Clb ONE

Arts, :Miss Louise Stern. Publicity, ,First Baptist CircleThe stration Clubs as a highlight of the staff of the Bradford County Mrs. E. A. Sapp of New River, .FULL PINT." .

Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. Finance, Mrs. National Home DemonstrationWeek. Health Dept. and volunteer work- will receive his Bachelor of
Lorena Circle of
Lavern Outlaw and Mrs. J. R. _' Whether want a pint or a
the First Baptist Church met ers.The Science in Agriculture (B.S.A.) you

Chasteen Jr. Social, Mrs. JosephD. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. M. Pictured ?above (1-r) are win- clinic is being conducted degree from the University of tankful, we're always glad to
Warren. International Affairs under the auspices of the Florida
Robert Pater- F. Hazen. The meeting opened ners in /the advanced group: Children's Florida in the arinual commence- see you!
:Mrs. Commission
tnd Crippled
Religion with prayer by Mrs. Hazen and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, 1st place; MKV ,
son.. Membership, Mrs. S. G. Den- .r" American Legion Post 56, and ment exercises on June 3.
the devotional was given by Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins, 2nd; and .
mark. Parliamentarian, Mrs. El- Anns of the Starke Rotary -
Rotary :Mr. Sapp graduated from Brad-
James Lewis. Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, 3rd. Winners Lta ", GIB BROWNSERVICE
Thrift (Clothes "
den Mathews. Shop Club.
in is
ford He
School 1951.
in the High
[ beginners were:
The group
and Building), Mrs. James Chit- a yr program topic was foreignand ., Appointments have been givento
home Mrs. J. C. Harrell 1st; and Mrs. currently employed by the Florida
Jane missions and those tak- ,
ty,; (Workers), Miss Betty L da" a large number of childrenby STATION
:Morgan. House and Hospitality, ing part were Mrs. E. C. Priest Edward Whelan, 2nd. the County public health Pest Control & Chemical Co. as

Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Health, Mrs. and Mrs. Hazen. Reports were Two of the contestants will I nurses and the orthopedic field manager of the Palatka branch Standard Oil Products
Mrs. given by the committee chair represent the county in the State
Maxie Carter Jr. Telephone,
Parents with
nurse. of children office, where he will continue em-
E A. Yancey. men and the meeting closed with Dress Revue to be held duringthe Phone 327
crippling conditions who have not
The Social Committee is plan- prayer by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. State Home Demonstration been,notified are invited to bring ployment after graduation. He is 407 N. Temple A fe.
Council Meeting at the Universityof married to the former Miss Pat
ring a buffet supper and danceto I their children to the clinic for
Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Brallier of
Florida in
be held June 7 at the Officers Lake Butler announce the mar- Five GenerationsOf The Dress Revue July. at Brooker examination. Seig of Starke.

Club at Camp Blanding. riage of Mrs. Brallier's sister, Mrs.II Dukes Family featured the culmination rf theyear's

is Crosby, to Wayne Parnell on ,
Scout 70
work in Troop
clothing. Club
Circles MeetIn 24 at 8:30 in the Lake
WSCS April : p.m. members
made the garments PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
Butler :Methodist Church with
Joint SessionAll Rev. Donald Rock officiating. they modeled, some of which To Receive New
were made in clothing work- -
Large baskets of Easter lilies and
the circles of the Methodist shops held in their communities. the Home Demonstration Council Charter
Queen Anne's Lace, combined with TuesdayDr.
WSCS met jointly Tuesday morn- arrangements of honey suckle, Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Demon- I were: Mrs. W. T. Blair, Mrs. T.

ing a*, the church. aI,4 stration Agent, gave instructions, W. Mrs. L. L. Wain-
gadioii, and sweet peas were used R. E. Guenther, field representative LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
and several members dem-
Each circle met in separate in decorating the church. gave wright, :Mrs. E. L. Cox, and for the Alachua District -
for their business sessionat onstrations on covering belts and
rooms Mrs. Brallier was matron of Peggy Duggar (above) whose will present the new charter -
o'clock and later met jointly buckles for the dresses.
honor for her sister, and Mr. \ to Boy Scout Troop 70 in a
dress made her mother,
for the general Others taking part in the first was by
A the sanctuary Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
Brallier served as best man. + ceremony in the courtroom of --
meeting conducted by Mrs. C. D. dress revue to be sponsored by Mrs L. E. Duggar.
The bride wore a navy blue the courthouse in Starke next

Williams, president. Special mem- dress with white accessories, and '"Q .> Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock.

Glen berships Kokomoor were presented and Miss to baby Kate ter corsage was a white orchid. e ; The general public, especially DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

Following the wedding a recep- members of the Rotary 'Club
All officers high-
Struth.of their year's gave work. The tion was held at the Brallier (the sponsoring organization), 136 W. Call Street Phone. 285

lights con- home, where the tiered wedding \ and parents of Scouts are invitedto
annual pledge service was
cake was cut and served with attend.
ducted by Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Mrs. -
fruit punch. Following the presentation, --
Sinclair, Mrs. Foster Shi .
Clyde Smith, Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Mrs. Mrs. Parnell is the daughterof .A the regular troop meeting will Case Records

Jack Clements, Mrs. J, W; An- J. R. Alston of Zephyrhills, Seems to be the lull after the Edna Sweat is back at her former be held.

drews, :Mrs. W. B. Thompson and and the late Mrs. Vera Alston of : storm -' socially speaking, that job as Winn-Dixie cashier i_ ::1 of A ChiropractorBy
Lake Butler. She is
a graduate
Mrs. a S. Haddock. !!I is .. Guess everyone is still recuperating Henry and Ann Stefanelli ar Dr. H. G. Bellinger
lit Union County High School and
Following the meeting a covered at present is a nurse at King : from the strains and renting Martin's Friut Stand on Rev. Haines SpeaksAt Case No. B-810

dish luncheon was enjoyed in the Memorial Hospital, and was stresses of Centennial Week, and N. Temple and will carry on the Lions MeetingThe r Retired nurse suffering with arthritis
recreation hall. : must ray I am thoroughly in business there starting June 1
formerly a nurse in Bradford J<' weak heart and disturbed sense of bal-
sympathy; with a bit of relaxa- .. A. W. and Effie M.? County Hospital.
tion .. Hear that the Starke Starke Lions, Club held ance. Many forms of treatment had failed
have taken
the Bus Station
Parnell the of Mrs. over
Mr. is son : Pictured above are membersof its regular weekly meeting
bunch made an impressionat .. to bring results. With vitaminsand
quite Cafe proper
Effie Parnell and the late L. J. five generations of the Dukes Thursday night of last week in

Parnell of Barnesville, N. C. He family who recently enjoyed a the Legion convention in Fort Add Truth Is Stranger Than the Lions Den. Lion Vice Presi minerals and spinal adjustments to restore normal function -
FLORIDATHEATRE graduated from Lamberton Presbyterian reunion at the home of Mrs. Wm. last week, and gota Fiction: Libby's garage, which dent Pat Miller presided in the this patient made a remarkable recoveryFor

College in Maxton, N. C. Dukes in Lake City. Shown in lot of additional publicity' for hasn't had doors on the front absence of President Maxie Car-

and served in the 82nd Airborne the picture are Mrs. Nora L. the town .. They rode in style since it opened for business many ter Jr.Guest. further Information on Chiropractic benefits phone or

Division for four and half years. Crawford, 79, of Lake Butler; in the Legion parade in an an- years ago, was robbed the other speaker for the meetingwas write to the
He was a civil service worker in cient automobile all dressed night the first night after
Mrs. Wm. Dukes, Lake City; E. Rev. L. D. Haines, who was
communications in Alaska for two in their Centennial outfits, and having doors put on! .. .Carol DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
C.- Duken, Starke; Mrs. Curtis introduced by Lion Ed Crosby.
years and at present is contractor attracted more attention than Ann Hardy celebrated her 4th
Edwards, Camp Blanding and Rev. Haines
Ime foreman for the T. L. Dysard ; some of the elaborate floats .. birthday anniversary Tuesday gave an inspiring 728 E. University Ave 426 N. Walnut St.
Rhonda Edwards, two-years-old, talk: and commended the club for
Telephone Co. in Crescent City. Bill Graham, Buddy Bishop, and afternoon with a small party for Gainesville Phone 6-3238 Starke Phone 108
Camp fellowship and
SAT., MAY 25 Arch Thomas got their picture neighborhood kids .. Muriel community
spirit of its members.
DOUBLE FEATURE Starke Garden Club in the paper with Bill in a Gay and Betty May gave a sur-

Legion To Install barber shop, getting hiss whiskers prise birthday party Thursday .

To Install Officers shaved off, and the others night of last week for Minnie n WWM ._. .. .. ., __ ___ .o _

It I Officers TuesdayNewly looking on ... Lou Patray Gwen Lewis is
icllI Starke Garden Club will Starke Builders
I And the old home town .s celebrating her 9th birthday today Supplies

t have a covered dish supper and elected officers for getting a lot more publicity right (Friday) with a small partyat

Installation of officers at their. scale .. her .. .
IW I now on a nation-wide home Be sure and seethe
}I 'Y WUMO IAITOI last meeting of the club year on I Starke American Legion Post 56will
issue of American Junior Gardeners Flower
The June
PARKERCORDAYMaclANEAND Monday evening at 6:30: o'clock'' .be installed Tuesday night,
on news- Show and display in the former
Hcme magazine, now
\ 28 A. J. Tomas Jr.,
in the Parish house on Church I May by AINT'All
stands, contains a nice article Ronnie Donnie Shop this Satur- c
street. Annual reports will be last edpartment commander.
and several pictures of our own day ...
given. Before the installation meeting
Starke Woman's Club in action So long .. see you in the
Hostesses for the evening will members, veterans and wives will
r .. Another well-deserved recog- next .. .
be Mrs. J. A. Griffin, chairman, bi guests at a free barbecued fish

BURTlAXCASTER Mrs. T. B, Harding, Mrs. E. A. upper to be served at the Legion nition for this livewire organization Carolyn -

Hall: Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. hut beginning at 6 p.m. X. M. that started as the "}[othef's -

I TENTAUMEN/ J. W. Kincaid. Smith, Post Commander urged all Club" in Starke more than MAIL AWAY the complete First Quality Sherwin-Williams Products

members and veterans to attend 50 years ago .. Better get to Centennial story three big

..TECHNICOLOR ( Net and bring their wives. the newsstiJid early' if you wantto issues of ,The Telegraph (including -

see boy UWUNCE JuniorVomen get a copy, for I predict 48-page historical edition)

CUUI BUUO.UXX W (.ttOMt IDS AS.Sena..n tfUOtt $831' In Pool Fund Officers to be installed are Guy they'll go like hot cakes .. wrapped together in special! Centennial -
\.... ui f iKt Dm.rnfccrt M.Unit.*cu.1.... Andrews, commander; Gene Long, SPECIAL ONLY
.. at the gala Speaker'sBall mailed to
fIIMIIII'pr.IMgwr&4ad a"N!wr Spotted wrapper
J adjutant; Kenneth Grider, finance
The Junior Woman's Club has in the Tallahassee countryclub friends and relatives anywhere
officer S. E.
: Sparks, chaplain;
"Lion In The Roar" Cartoon netted a total to date of $839.14 Joe Wood, executive committeeman Wednesday night cf last in USA for only 50 cents. Bringus FRIDAYOFF

Ion the Variety Show held last ; Harry Rabb, first vice-com- week: Doyle and Kitten Conner your mailing list. We do the

Chapter No. 1 New Serial month for benefit of the Swim- mander, and Ray Taylor, second and little Doyle; .. Charley and rest. ON ALLSHERW1N

Bill ming Pool Fund. ice-ccmmander. Ted Johns, Steve and Ruth Sim-
(Congo ) The club members wish to
and Herlong
The commander's mons, Norma 1 t
report will be
thank all who made cash dona-
I submitted by Commander Adams, Joe Andrews III, Sey- WILLIAMS
tions, as well as those who contributed Smith I
i and a report on the department mour and Carolyn Judy "
their time and talent to
MAY 26-27-28 convention in Fort Lauderdale Dankel, Hazel and Sylvia Paulk, PARK
make the show such a great suc- PAINT PRODUCTSAND
and Inman Green, Lucian
be made by Bill Graham. Melba. TAR'KE
cess.Mrs. and Lucile Conner, Dean and FLA.
STEWART Carl Roberts will conti- I

asltckyUnd/: / nue to serve as chairman of this Dinner Dance Slated I Cecil the Irvin Sewell Robbins', Phil of Vitsky Gainesville., and SUN., MON., TUES., YOU GET S&H GREEN STAMPS TOO

; E ..
: project for the coming year.'Magnificent I II
# I. Quite a nice write-up in Sun- MAY 26-27-28
Staff members and their wivesof
day's Times-Union about our DOUBLE FEATURE
E. I. duPont de Nemours &
heSP1RIT'a former Callatreeter, Huldah Erin- !
of Co. and Humphreys Gold Corp- who to be FORT LARAMIEOLOR
) son Morgan, seems
oration will hold their annual
F } successfully combining her activ- Close Out
l11IU IM. .lAllllCUaW\' dinner dan I.D r a&nmn"I3'" h I I'rune ( \ y Y'' a uesi 25 Camp Blanding, on Wednesday, ities as a career girl and lady John Dehner and Frances Helm

arU1!I hl0E4ao1IIlU1: D IiES, farmer .. Huldah is employein )
r..u '+ + ; 6 Blazint Diamonds a May 29. A social hour will be PLUS -
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t 5sr a the State Treasurer's office, and Hold Back The E NightJohn ON DISCONTINUED COLORSAll
AO1N pIN6S dinner will be served at 7.
"Fast & Furryous"Cartoon AUD0E1 TEAMS. spends weekends working on the Payne and Mona Freeman
+ ; old Brinson family farm atDonalsonville.
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May 29, 30, 31 The Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill chased the 80-year-old homestead WED., THURS., MAY 29-30 '
.., several years ago, and
MIIE-KIGH COURACE meet Monday evening at 8 plans to spend full time there DOUBLE FEATURE I

o'clock at the home of Mrs. when she retires .. %
pi Don Patray at 717 W. Call St ,
?SlKHXlCOlORt Mystery solved: Finally found 40 Off
,. ES5 \ with Mrs. M. A. Urquhart as co- JCOLOE .
put that it was Starke boosterLaMira '
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Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & recently ... the Gills spent May Saba Which Includes Flat Tone Semi-Lustre Kem-Glo = Super

l I A. 11.ill meet Monday, :!.Iay.27, 6-10 in Philadelphia, where John Plus Color Cartoon For Kids :

c1TI1ETI1Iaq II at 8 p. m. in the :Masonic Templeon attended a claim agents conven- Kern Tone SWP'House Paint

Past West Masters Call St.night Plans and for the a tion, and the next five dayn they I FRI., SAT., MAY 31-JUNE 1 This Special Good All Next Week and You Get S & H Green

were in New York seeing mostof

I TALLl EXCLUSIVE patented burning of the mortgage Will be the television programs .first DOUBLE FEATURE Stamps on These Money Savers
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DUmood Rinj tay m perfect (
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IWJIIfDI ot, for Lutinc Loveliness." Burt Lancaster
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SM th M gloriously beautiful ring Glee Club ConcertIs so now he has one for each hand.

iOONE.Q UIIItAII I today SKCU11Y PRICED NOWI Gene Shaw left Tuesday for PLUS LRKE
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A COJIM8IA PICTURE .... "..a Bradford High School Glee take a three months Army .

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PLUS"Cat (Friday) in the elementary .. Byron Newcomb has accepted Maureen O'Hara, Paul Christian

Tastrophy" Cartoon STUDIO AND GIFT SHOPS cafetorium beginning at 8 p.m. a position at Sperry v and Vincent Price ff1 r4S 333 Ri'SA.l..Bcpdt.!

"That Mothers Might Live" A dance will follow the con- Electronics in Gainesville.. Plus :Serial Chapter No. 5 j

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25 cents per person. non left Tuesday on a jobseeking -

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9 y.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy TT Georgia Ann Sapp on Sunday. the weekend with her cousin. her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ruth rTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Farm. church tonight (Friday). Come

They reported that their son, Misses Joan and Eloise Hingson, Gano, at Swan Lake Monday. The Heilbronn Training Union and bring fish and salad or cole

LAWTEYtj Pete, who is in a Texas hospital, at the State Farm. BROOKERBy Mrs. Lee Green of Gainesvilleand IIEILBRONNBy will enjoy a fish fry at the slaw.
was slightly improved.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry and Mrs. Marie Mason of New I

Bin. Joyce T. FutcbAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Bryant Reddish has returned son returned to their home in Mrs. Joyce CasUenAAAAAAAAAAAAA..A' Orleans La. were visiting )'Ir; Ancel NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
from a visit with her son- Nashville Tenn., on Monday after and Mrs. R. H. Green Saturday.

in-law and daughter, Mr. and ., a visit with Mrs. Selma Eunice. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes Designed for Southern Living!
Mrs. J. O. Pons, in Tallahassee.Sam The L. C. King family visited Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Covin and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bazar and family of Gainesville attended -
Hicks of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Griffisin and Mr. and Mrs. EldonSapp
daughter of Lennox .Ga. spent and son of Jacksonville and Mr. Church services Sunday at visited relatives in Modern the
spent Friday with Mrs. Hicks, Starke on Sunday. Frostproofand 2-bedroom home created for
the weekend with Mrs. Covin's and Mrs. Claude Prescott and
and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford. Crawford of Jack- the New River Baptist Church. Tavares last weekend. discriminating buyer who wants the maximum -
mother :Mrs. R. H. Futch, and Miss Betty children of Starke were Sunday
other relatives. Weekend guests of lira JoyceT. sonville spent the weekend with guests of :Mrs. Doshie Prescott. Beverly, Joan, and Mary Ellen G. W. McNeil of Jacksonville amount of floor space for the least
Futch and were Mr. was a recent visitor of the Ancel
Mr. and Mrs. sons her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. C. L. Atkinson was visit- Green accompanied them home amount of money.
Ralph Higginbotham Futch of Tallahassee, and S. J.! Normans. _
,' Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling and Mrs. Ancil Futch and daugh- Crawford. They carried her home|ing Mr. and ''Mrs. Reed Lewis to visit Sunday. '
Miss Joyce attended
afternoon and spent Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Star- I Julia on Sunday and children in Starke Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and
ters of Quincy revival services at Black Pond
with Mr. and Mrs.
the evening
Mrs. Grace is still ill
ling, and Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Buddy Futch of Jacksonville. Mr. and Erwin Muse. family of Starke were Sunday Monday and Tuesday nights oflast $1495LBuilt
in Alachua General Hospital. We
Starling visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Futch spent Saturday night week. She
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. reported a nice
T. Reddish over Sunday.Mr. Futchin Mr.and Mrs. J. E. Warren had do hope she will be well soon. .
Mrs. Benton
with Mr. and crowd there, and
L. Atkinson.Mr. some good
as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jones
and, Mra Buck Harvey of Starke. Herbert of Southside, Jackson- and children of Donaldsonville. and Mrs. Paul Emory of I preaching. Rev. Sam Watson was on your own lot, including foundation blocks.
Macclenny were Sunday guestsof and Mrs. J. C. Pringleand to have conducted the revival,
Mr. Victor Appleby and Ga. 'were Mr. and Mrs. Lake Completely finished the outside.
Mrs. Mamie Futch. ville, Mrs. visiting City were visiting Mrs on Inside unfinished
of Palatka spent partof but was stricken with a heart
. family family, of Atlantic Beach, Mrs. Robert Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Eva Harrell last week. except for ceiling joists, flooring and partition studs.
Friends of Rev. W. L. Mills,; last week with Mr. and Mrs. of attack. Other preachers were sup
Jr., pastor pf the First. Baptist C. S. Mosley and family. Kingsley LerJie Bradley Lake, and and Marvin family War- Ernest Mr. and Russ Mra.last weekend.Alan Land of I Don't forget PTA meeting plying for him. We can build any size house from your floor plan. Or

Church, will be glad to learn Mrs. Lu Norman was called ren of Jacksonville. The Applebysall Pensacola" were weekend guests Thursday night at 8 o'clock.; The Mrs. Darrell Edwards of the : our plans enlarged or, altered to your specifications.This .

that he has returned home froma to Tampa on Friday to be with 'went home with Mrs. Brad- : of Mrs. Land's parents. nominating committee will present -I State Farm visited the Ancel is not a prefab, portable or sectional house.

Jacksonville convalescent home. her sister, Mrs. Nellie OfAeen, ley for a swim in the lake in Glad to hear that Mrs. Blairis the slate of officers to be Normans last weekend
He was able to attend services who is quite ill. the afternoon. home from the hospital. elected for the coming year. The women of our communityare i BRING YOUR DEED & DOWN PAYMENT

Mi Sunday, but Rev. John Pierceof for The Robert Waldron family Allan Hart and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ware of busy canning and freezing OF $25 WE DO THE REST.
Starke filled the pulpit
wish spent Sunday in Lake City with Mrs. Nancy Keene 'visited Mr. St Petersburg, Hilton Cook of vegetables, while the men are
him. Rev. Mills and family
Mrs. Buck Waldron. i and Mrs. Vanice Keene and fami; Mobile, Ala., and Mrs. Cecil busy putting the finishing touchesto
to assisted thank them all of in the any friends way duringhis who Mr. and Mrs. Austin Par- ly in Glenn St. Mary on Sunday.Mr. Moore of Jacksonville were visit- MAIL AWAY the complete their crops and dusting for Jim Walter Corporation

sons of Waycross, Ga. attended and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis of ing :Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell Centennial story three dig pests. .
illness. McDonald cervices at the First Baptist New River called on Mr. and and Mrs. Bulah Harrell last Issues of The Telegraph (includ- Mrs. Homer Steama sister of
Mr. and Mra Mac ing 48-page historical edition Ancel, Tulle,'and Leroy Norman,
Sunday din- Church and were dinner guestsof Mrs. Percy Griffis Sunday after- weekend. ) CALL US COLLECT AT
of Jacksonville were wrapped together In special Cen- is in the hospital at Eustis for
Dority:: Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Mrs. Fred Wilson and Mrs.
ner guests of Mrs. Lula noon.Mr. tennial wrapper and mailed to observation and treatment.Mr. Gainesville- FR 2.2587 Palatka -EAST 5-5971
and family.Mr. and Mrs. Austin Edna Hayes of Gainesville spent
Mrs. Everett Burneyof Eugene '
Mr. and friends and relatives McCormick, father of Mrs.
anywherein Cor. Hawthorne & Kincaid Rd. Intersection Hwy. 17 &. 100
Jacksonville called on Mrs. and Mrs. C. H. Tyndall of and family of Highland were Sunday with Mrs. Guy Harrell .
USA for only 50 cents. Bringus Ernie Johns, is still critically ill
were weekend guests of the Bill and family.
dinner guests
Tangerine Sunday ;your mailing list. We do the at the home of his daughter.
of Mrs. Tyndall's parents, Mr. Pendarvis family. Rev. C. B. Stallings was visiting rest. Mrs Charlie Burnett of the State
and Mrs. W. B. Devine. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had Rev. A. E. Young in Lake
The Rowell Prevatt family na guests during the weekend Mr. Butler Monday.Mr. ..
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were in Lake Butler Saturdayevening and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and family' and Mrs. Henry Howard of I

for a visit with Mr. of Ocala, and the L. H. Hraper Fairbanks were Sunday dinner II I,
and Mra Ernest Southerland. family of Kingsley Lake. guests of Rev. and Mrs. Ressie ,
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Griffis of and fami- Carleton. !II
Mr!\. Luther I
Maxville spent Sunday with Mr. Starling Sr., and Little Rara and :Melanie Good- I!'
ly, Mrs. Steve
and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and son of Gainesville spent the week- "Super Right" Western !
PHONE 218 I grandson, Mitchell Starling, were
daughter.Mrs. overnight guests of Mr. end with their grandmother, Rath Frozen Chopettes
J. R. Hinson and son of Friday Suber. Miss lira Hazel Carelton, while Mrs. ,.i;

(j) Gainesville were weekend guestsof and Frankie:Mrs.Wainwright Raymond came home Goodson went on a class trip 3,to 5 Lbs Avg For Barbecue

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and with them on Saturday for the with her pupils to Sarasota and :i

Ronald Kimbrell. Mrs. Louie Belle Cypress Gardens. i
weekend and
FLOWERSFor Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas Wainwright and Louis Frigo : Mrs. Carelton is expecting Mr. BEEF POCK & VEAL
had as Sunday guests Mr. and came for them Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Richard Crosby of Pompano RIBS ,
All Occasions Mrs. Milton Clarke and family, Visitors at the L. S. Tanner Beach to arrive here for a !

and Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Clarkeof Tuesday were Mr. and few days visit.
home on
DISH CARDEDPOTTED Macclenny.The i Mra G. L. Sapp of Heilbronn Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorrels :i
Leonard Prevatt family attended -! of Jackson- and baby of Jacksonville spent "
the homecoming at Oak' the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.L. .
Grove Baptist Church on Sunday.' ville.Dean Bennett of the State L. Dyal and family. pound '39C pkg 49c Iii,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norman of with his Chicken Supper
Flowers Wired'Anywhere Macclenny visited them in the Farm spent Monday Guy Harrell, who was in ,
afternoon.Mr. cousin, Priscilla Tanner. charge of the fried chicken sup-

., and Mrs. L. E. Smith of The St. Clair Griffis Mrs.family Alice per sponsored by the PTA last IiI IiI I I

Marietta were Sunday afternoon had as Sunday guests of Jack- Thursday night, says that it wasa i

Nona st. Starke guests of the Ernest Raulerson Bradley and daughter Park, big success and a very profit I

family. Mr.sonville and, L.Mrs.Luke D.of J.Avon Luke and able one. Gross profit was $94.30. A&P Own Our Own Blend Hearty & Vigorous '
Miss Charlotte Cannon spent There will be very little expenseas ,
Sweatof .
Miss Kay
daughter, and most of the food was do- Veg. Shortening
Starke. i nated. Mrs. Harrell wishes to
Mrs. James Starling and J. B. : thank all who helped in any : TEA BAGS '

See BILLY JACKSONFOR Testcn are still in Starke hos- way to make this successful.A 1" I'
improving. DEXO
pitals but are slowly group of Brooker citizens
and Mrs. Landon Griffisof
went to lake Butler Baptist .
Jacksonville were weekend church Sunday afternoon to the I

TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING guests Levin of hia Griffis.parents, Mr. and Baptismal Services of Eddie Equal To The Best 48 For Only 43C !

Mrs. Douglas, Steve and Bruce Tin- tai
Yet Cost You Less!
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Danson .
And All Type Tractor Work ney, and Robert Hensley.Mr.
of Miami are visitingMr. i
and family Atkinsonof .
and Mrs. Casey

PHONE 165 r i and. Catherine Mrs. R.Douglas H. McCauley.Mrs. of Lake. guests Orlando of Mr.were and the Mrs.weekend Carrell '3 lb) can] 83C All Good Brand Sugar Cured 'I ,I Io

Butler was the weekend guestof

W. T. JACKSON TRANSFERLL Mr. and 1r!'.. Erlie Padgett.Mr. Atkinson.'Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ

J and Mrs. Ralph Smart and sin of Cocoa, Mrs. Frances Own'r SLICED BACON l-Ib 53c
and daughters of Jacksonville Russ .and daughter of Apopka, A&P
with Mrs.
spent the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DukesJr.
Mattie Henderson and the and daughter of Lake Butler .. All
: Colonel Norsworthys. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. .Ernest Purpose Oil'C' John's .
41V Mr. and Mrs. Dink Cassels of Russ last weekend. Breaded Fantailready

Lockloora spent the weekend Mrs. Casey Atkinson and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch. C. L. Atkinson were visiting Mr. DEXOLAEqual
They all visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Mr. SHRIMP to fry 10-ozpkg S9cI
in on Sat.
Leon Sauls Hampton
P and Mrs. Reed Lewis and family I
To The Best
Oallowance urday in Starke Saturday night.
TO The Paul Bennett family spent Mrs. Nita Dyal of Starke and Yet Cost You Less ,I
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Webb Mrs. Ruby Britt and son of Ocala "

Kersey and family. were the weekend guests of Mr.
Sunday guests of. Mr. and and Mrs. H. J. Dyal. quart 63c SAo
Mrs. Lee Green were Mrs. Sallie Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan 'quart' r u
wig tiJJ&t4LI Register and Mira Elsie Greenof and family were visiting Mrs. DRESSING A5c

Jacksonville.Mr. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Willis,
and Mrs. Ralph Wise and in Bell Sunday. Mrs. Willis returned Hawaiian I"",
sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown with them, to spend a few '
and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. W. A&P No. 303 Can
J. Wise, and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell days.Mr.. and Mra Wallie Crews of PUNCH I'i

Brown and sons enjoyed a .Melrose are spending a few days
fish fry on the arks) of the St. 'I with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson 0 JUICE swt & unswt lOc
Johns, last Saturday.Mrs. this week.
Lelia Mae Hiatt carried Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martinof '
the 3rd and 4th grade 'pupils Waldo were visiting Mr. and 46-ozcan 31c ];1
and their teachers Mrs. H. H. Mrs. R. F. Gano' Tuesday.Mrs. .
I it Hamilton and Miss Mary Faulkner -R. F. Gano was visiting h A&P Our Finest Quality r
I to visit the Historic City of
I St. Augustine on Friday. The Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis and I''"

t 0 :I following room mothers accompanied sons.Friends Niblets Whole Kernel APPLE SAUCE 2 l-Ib cans 29c! i!
them: Mrs. D. A. Jones, of Rev. and Mrs. Ed- ,:
Mrs. Andrew Wilkerson, Mrs. gar Wilkinson will be glad to
11 W. L. Mills Jr., Mrs. Fred Moore know that he filled the pulpitof CORN 'I'Ir.:

1 0r Mrs. James Waters, and Mrs. the First Baptist Church at
Erlie Padgett. Carrabelle on Sunday in the absence A&P
The Wilmot Starling family of their pastor, who is I I

attended Homecoming at Oak acting as song leader in a revi-

Grove Baptist Church on Sunday. val at Bessemer, Ala. with Evan- 2 12-oz cans 29C SAUERKRAUT No. 303 can ::
Donald Brandeis.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter visited gelist 10cil il
Mrs. Bob Carter in Middleburgon Misses Betty Joe and Mary
Sunday. Jane Clark had as weekend guests

The Theodore Crews family: Misses Gayle Martin and Patsy
,were* guests of the Marklee andJ. Forsythe' of Starke. A&P Frozen Luscious Firm Ripe GoldenBANANAS SUNNYFIELD !

T. Padgett families in Clay O. J. Phillips returned home i

Hill on Sunday. from St. Vincent's Hospital on Food ::I Ii
Marshall and Mrs. L. P. Rafure Monday. We hope he will be able a.: FLOUR :
.0 and daughters were business to be about and attending to his

visitors to Jacksonville on Wed- many duties in a very few days. i Buy Several '
Broccoli 10-oz 2 For
I : nesday afternoon. Friends of N. P. Hicks, ownerof Pounds Today 11h| 25 Ib $f .79
1 0 C :
t Sunday afternoon guests of the former Wyrick place win'regret At This Low .
Model 1224 41.Mahogany color Mr .. Mae Wells were Mrs. Ruth to learn of his death which SPEARS 35c

T 21*ovtrall diagonal picture tub* Barthlow, and Mrs. Effie Mae occurred at the home of his Price .....
Green and daughters of Middle- daughter, Mrs. M. C. McAteer, I
Fresh ColossalASPARAGUS
Long :
You'd expect to pay up to*2 9 9 9S' burg.Mr.. and Mrs. Leon Brewer in lira Jacksonville Mary Reddish last Friday.is spending Leaf or chop 'o-oz pkg'2 for bunch .39cAm Page 14-oz 2 For ;': 'j.'

,and family of Keystone Heights some tune 'with her daughter,
called on Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Eve Godwin, in Starke. 'SPINACH 23cFresh KETCHUP J
Long GreenCUCUMBERS 35-- I
YOU PAY 259 95 AND YOUR; Crawford and family on Saturday :

.AS LOW AS OLD TV afternoon. FOR DEPENDABLE / 3 for 14
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis and e' f: .
family of Jacksonville spent the .
I IZENITH LUXURY FEATURES THROUGHOUT!; I II weekend with' Vernie Padgettand Termite Control ANN .PAGE Crisp WesternLETTUCE Nutley f \
daughters. I heads
I SWIVEL CONSOLE-.h"t lnod.IUcseZENITH TOP TUNING '' Dan Harley and family, Mr. O Household ft Commercial Red Kidney 2 29 "

FULL SIZE CONSOLE SPEAKER PATENTED SPOTUTE DIALINEBFAM :I. and Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., and Pest Control OLEO 1Jb 19CSunnyfield 'I
I t Mrs. Al Harley were in Jacksonville -
;( *PICTURE TUBE .(IN LENS' PICTURE GLASS I. on Sunday for a visit Grove Spraying Beans -- - ,

-- -- with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker : 'j j
and ,sons. Can FB. 6-6055 No. 303 Can ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and Pure '
sons had as Sunday visitors Mr. Florida Pest Control

and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of Jacksonville & Chemical.Co. 10 : 412 CaD Street I
234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 and Mr. and Mrs. George LARD 4-1b SSe
Starke Florida
Williams of Hampton. !
24 N. W. 16th Ave J
STARKE, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. George Griffisof Gainesville, Florida I., l '

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..w...... _._._._._..._..._._._._._._._ Mrs J. C. Robinson of Apopka Mr., and Mrs.' William Briscoe revealed that preliminary to the Temple Ave., Starke, Florida, and said court In Starke, Bradford
spent Centennial _week as guest of Valdosta were Sunday visitorsof Boys Tell Parts breaking and entering episodes, the file Clerk the original of the Circuit in the office of 1957.County, Florida this 22 day of May
of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. Mr: and Mrs. R. A. Colson. three of them had looted the or before the 24 day of June, 1957.on (OFFICIAL SEAL)
L. M. Irby and L. C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen Coke machine at Brownlee & Herein fail not or a decree pro CHARLES A. DARBY, as Clerk of

local representatives of Gulf Life, and sons visited Mr. and Mrs.C. In Thefts Here. Chasteen's on May 3 and several you.confesso will be entered against. By Marian said Circuit L. Crosby Court., Deputy Clerk.

have returned home following a S. Partin in Eustis on Sunday.Mr. weeks earlier two of the juveniles Witness my band and seal of 5/24 4t 6/14

cruise to Nassau. They were accompanied and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez had stolen hub caps froma r ..

IN THE NEWS by their wives on sang at all evening services last (Continued from Page 1) car parked near the elementaryschool

the Caribbean steamer trip which week in the Orange Avenue Baptist where church was being
, Griffis and the younger brother ON YOUR NEXT
earned with outstandingsales Church in Jacksonville. _
.. ,.. ... ._ they held.The
-- ...... --- '-' I ---- ---U- and service records duringthe Motorola and Admiral clock took part in these activities. boys denied that their ac-

I Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Brooks of past year.F. and portable radios at Bulling- The Big Dad Manufacturing Co. tivties were any type of planned, BUILDING
suffered most from the visit of JOBPhone
b is spending the weekend with Hazelhurst, Ga. were visiting F. Stump flew to New York organized efforts at crime. They
ton's.Mr. boys, losing a coin changer
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mrs. W. S. Slade on Sunday.Mrs. City on Tuesday to visit his and Mrs. J. D. McKinneyhave valued at $125 which they said said that they "just decided" to

C. J: Cooper and grandson, Effie Johns visited Mr. brother, A. Welles Stump, 'who rented the Kitty Andrews they took out and broke open to break into to the be places as talk-they

I Kenny, cf Chiefland were week- and Mrs. James Smith In Lake is ill. house at 139 So. .Church St. see if any money was in it. ing happened together.One walking or

end guests of Mr and Mrs. Butler on Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Williamsand Mr. and Mrs C. E. Devlin have Other than this and some shirts of the boys when askedif 493-J i

Clarence Cooper. Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Marco were daughter, Joy, were in Tarn rented the Kincaid cottage' on stolen from the laundry, their he
didn't know he would get
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson in Tallahassee last Wednesdayto pa Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. N. Walnut St. principal targets were the Coke caught replied that he figured he For j[

and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday to attend the Speakers L. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of and cracker machines, which the would but went ahead anyway.No .

A. G. Loudon Sr. in Keystone Ball and visiting Rep. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tannerof Tampa spent the weekend with younger boy apparently was an Free l

Heights on Sunday.r Mrs. Doyle Conner. Camp Blanding are rentingthe Mrs., O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. expert at cracking open with a one boy was brought out as

Mrs. Charlea Hardy and children For Graduation III Fi-V. Silcox house at Brownleeand W. Kincaid. Mrs. Kincaid had screwdriver.The being the sparkplug behind the Estimates -
activities, but the boys all took .
,! were in' Palatk' Wednesday 1\(. portable phonograph at Bull- Water streets. been ill since Wednesday of .last operators of these establishments -
equal responsibility. They were reluctant -
i of last week visiting her Ington's.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ,H. T. Smith of week. have listed the dam- to name each other as, RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS

mother, Mrs. G. E. :McGauley, John Sale of Valdostais Lyons, Ga. were last Friday Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peeblesof ages, from money and goods stolen committing any of the specific

her sister, Mrs! :Mary "Pumas of spending several weeks with victors of Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Winter Haven were Wednes- and damage done, at $176 at Big acts, but said that "we all had a

Akron, Ohid and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale at Kings- Smith.E. day evening dinner guerts of Dad, $50 at Starke Laundry and i hand in it"Sheriff

):} Sam :McGauley of Oakland, Calif. ley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Tenly was called to I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. $8 at Libby's.
Reddish said
Mrs. Olive Enderlin returned Sale of Blountstown were week- Gainesville on Sunday by the Mrs. Hogan Smith will return i The two brothers teamed up owner of the car from which that th'ehub the J. W THOMAS Construction

j to her home in Miami after end guests of the Sale serious illness of his mother, this weekend from two weeks with Griffis to enter Andrews stolen ,
, caps were is unknown.
' spending the past sax months Mr. and Mrs. Henry WilliamsJr. Mrs. W. H. Tenly. vacation in Atlanta and New Motor Co. last Thursday night. I I
They are Dodge hubcaps and can
moving to the Panama Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent the Orleans. Slipping in a side window the lads
with her sister, Mrs. A. D. Mar- are be claimed in the sheriff's office.WANTED .I
Canal Zone around Sept. 1. Mr. weekend with her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Shaffer of Tavares stole the money out of two cash i I

tin.Mr.. and Mrs. Man Tatom and Williams, music director at BHS, Mary Lane in Jacksonville. spent the weekend with his sis- registers besides looting the Coke i ._. -
machine. here listedat .. _. H_ _._,___ ___ _
son, George of Greenwood spent has accepted a mathematics WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags ter, Mrs. Steve Weldon and fami- Damage was f

and Tuesday with Mr. teaching position at the Govern- ;.No Pants, No Shirts Must Be ly. $33.75. The boys said that to : Clean Cotton Rags, 8PIECELIVING
Monday I get into the larger cash register No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be
Tele- Udell of Arlington
and Mrs. Jack DuMars. ment base there. Clean. Bradford County Mrs John L. -
they had to tear off the wooden Clean. Tele- I j
Miss Ginger Jones spent the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanwere graph. Heights, Ill is visiting her Bradford County
front of it.
weekend at Brenau College luncheon guests of Mrs. D. Mrs. Frazier Shaw will be the daughter, Mrs. Harry Mooty, and graph. ROOM
after this
was episode that
Gainesville, Ga. visiting her sister E. Knight on Saturday prior to guest of Mrs. Doyle Conner in family for several weeks. the r

Miss Sandra Jones, a student the Nollmans leaving for Ashe- Tallahassee on Thursday and Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. youths were captured and NOTICE APPEAR GROUP
started on the way to answeringfor IB Circuit Court. Bradford ,Conatr, I
there. vile, N. C. on Sunday.Mrs. Friday while Mr. Shaw is in Jimmy Rowe were in Jacksonville their crimes. Florida la Ckaacerr.

GET SET for your vacation'I T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie Tallahassee on business.J. Saturday visiting Ben Row Dorothy W. Wilson Poovey, PlaIn-
After they left the motor company tiff, vs. Carl E. Poovey, Defendant.
with a Movie Camera from Bull- Darby, and Mrs. Carrie Ritch E. Mundorff is visiting and'Mrs.. Charles Burton 'in St. they hid the money near the 1 Case No. 102203

ington's. For sale or rent. (tf) were in Waldo Sunday afternoon friends and relatives in St. Pet- Vincent's Hospital.Mrs. and notice To AppearTo O11S1StingPHONE
jail their to
were on way a : Carl E. Poovey. whose residence -
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of where they attended the 50th ersburg for Mveral weeks. I W. C. Preacher and Mr. drive in when City Policeman and address is: Unknown.You 80
Dade City visited Mrs. Effie anniversary "open house" of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews I and Mrs. .Bailey Preacher and Shep Tomlinson took the trio into for are dlvoce hereby notified that a suit. 123 EAST CALL STREET

Johns on Sunday.Mr. and. Mrs. Hugh Griffin. spent the weekend at Jackson- children of Ridgeland, S. C. were custody.The has been filed against you In the

and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli The Shining Light Sunday ville Beach with Mrs. Reba Lar- Sunday and Monday guests of others were soon implicatedand you above are learned required Court to and cause and 1 Couch and Matching Platform and T.V.
serve a
and family of Tallahassee, former school class of the First Baptist son and attended the Fireman'sBall Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. through investigation by of your answer or pleading to copy the

Starke residents have movedto Church had a picnic-swim party at Ponte Vedra Saturday Roy Turner and daughter, Police Chief W. E. Thornton and complaint Fred Butler on the. 1309 Plaintiff's Barnett attorney Bank Chair

Gainesville where Mr. Stefa- last Friday afternoon at the home night. Mary Ella, have rented ope of Sheriff P. D. Reddish Friday Building Jacksonville 2, Florida

nelli has accepted a position with of Mrs. J. A. Griffin at Camp Mrs. Helen Atwater of Utica, the DeWitt C. Jones apartments.Mr. morning the extent of their activities and the file Clerk the original of the Circuit in the officeof Courton 1 Coffee Table 2 Step End Tables and

E Sperry Electronic Corp. Blanding. N. Y. is making an indefinite and Mrs. P. M. Barefootwere was learned and charges or before the ;

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred in SL Petersburg on Sun- brought against them. 24 day of June 1957; 2 Table
Tallahasseewere Pat spent the weekend During the the otherwise the allegations of said Lamps
and son. Charles of and son, Graudon. day visiting relatives, testimony boys Complaint will be taken as confessed -
visiting :Mr. and Mrs. H. with Mrs. J. L. Boone and Mrs. Mrs. P. S. Denmark has had as by you.

A. Lawson and family on Sunday. Wilbur DuPre and family in Tal- guests her niece, Miss Betty Centennial MAIL AWAY story -the three complete big Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Waltersof This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce .. 'w-- .. / r,

Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jack- lahassee. Reidsville, Ga. and Mr. and weeks in the Bradford CountiTeleraph. i
Denmark of Dallas, Texas from
issues of The Telegraph (includ- .
and Mrs. C. H. Walters
visiting her mother Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crosby -
sonville was Wednesday to Saturday, and her Dated this 21
ing 48-page historical edition) day of May, 1957.
Mrs. T. J. Griffin on Wednesday.Mr. family were at Fernandina daughter, Mrs. Lucile Ward of were Sunday visitors of (OFFICIAL SEAL)
visiting wrapped together In special Centennial Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Darby.
and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Beach on Saturday E. D. Tenly.
of last
Jacksonville on Thursday Clerk
wrapper and mailed to of tfc" flrcult Curt
children of Miami spent May 9 friends. week. I friends! and relatives anywherein WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags By Marian L.' Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mrs. Carrie Ritch L. K. Whiteheadand No Pants, No Shirts Must Be 5/24 4t 6/14
to 12 with Mr. and., .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers USA only 50 cents. Bringus -
and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green. family were en a boating Clean. Bradford County Tele In The Circuit Court Of Florida
Jacksonville list. We do
and children of were your mailing the
and children remainedwith Black Creek and the I graph. Eighth Judicial Circuit la And
Mrs. Ritch trip on
I visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. rest. For Bradford County.
her parents until the 15th St. Johns river over the week- Junius Smith over the weekend. James T. Stewart of Pan- IN RE: Petition of Jack F. Siemer
Misses Sara Barefoot and 9.
Mi- adoption of Minor Children CS
Ritch returned to American '
while :Mr. end. Airways, Grand Baha-
Mrs. D. L. Silcox is in Live Gaie Denn of Jacksonvile spent. .NOTICE TO APPEAR .F A,
MAIL AWAY the complete ma Islands, was home last week To: Remer \Ve4herington, sit tSr
ami.Mrs. Oak visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. whose residence
W. B. Mundy and daugh- Centennial story three big Cox from Wednesday to Sunday. Charles Dinkins. visiting his mother, Mrs. Elva Unknown.You address is: may,, a c: r3o zH>.

ter Jean and Elaine Sykes have issues of The Telegraph (including Stewart. Mrs. Stewart returned are hereby notiffed that a N'b f4n N.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier Mrs. E. D. Tenly returned petition has been filed in the
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moved out to their Kingsley Lake 48-page historical edition) I (last Friday from the Baptist
and family spent several days Wednesday of last week after style court of Jack F. Siemer for
in special Cen- Hospital in Jacksonville the adoption of .
cottage for the summer. wrapped together where Peggy Marie Weth- 1 xt
mailed to last week in Palatka with Mr. being confined in St. Vincent's erington a minor, and :Martha El- h
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family spent the weekendin friends and relatives anywhere ments. petitioner, Jack F. Siemer, and you 149
Leesburg and Tampa where in USA for only 50 cents. Bringus Graduation Special 17 jewel Mrs. Ruby Britt and son, Ray, Mrs.. Ed Crosby entertainedfive are required to serve a copy of

they attended a Bradley family your mailing list. We do the I Watches, Ladies Only $25.00, of Ocala spent the first of the tables at dessert-bridge on cause your answer why said or petition objections should to show not

...*' rest. Men's $26.50 at Bullington's. week with Mrs. Nita Dyal. Tuesday evening. he granted on petitioner's attorney, .
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I ers received a telephone call 23 Rifle Teams 'Day Christ Di d' St. Edward's. Church I I '.

: KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy be raying all that right.Glenda It was was surely going In to To Compete. In Added To LibraryThe Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. I I s Thafs.Our BusinessIf

Mary K. Schaeffer,. Guest Editor Glenda's favor that Dr. Chris- Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and It's Glass We Have It]
toffers was at home on his Wed- Blanding Match 8:30 a, m.Children's.
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Twenty-three rife teams
Woman's Club Elects May 29. The social hour Other party guests Included senting National Guard repre-unitsthroughout Literary Guild's selection for June, Wednesday at 3J5. p. m. Joe Peters Glass Co.
On Tuesday, May 14, the ladies will start at 6 p. m., and dinner Buster Baker, Donald and Di- the state will enter "The Day Christ Died," writtenby Keystone HeightsAt
-of the Keystone Heights Woman's will be served about 7 p. m., anne Hgen, Mary Ann Cannon, the annuel competition for the Jim Bishop, author of "The ( St. William's FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Club'elected officers for the with dancing afterward. Christopher Platt, Cindy Scales, famous Taliaferro Trophy Cup Day Lincoln Died." We Design Modern Store Fronts
coming year at their monthly Duplicate Results Susie and Billy Belote, Peggy Sunday, May 26, at Camp Bland- In his foreword, Mr. Bishop (Follow Hiway 21 south to StWffliam'a Just Mail Us A Pattern for
business meeting. Mrs. William Mrs. Bea Cooper and Miss Shaughnessey, Bruce Sunderland, ing. Firing will begin at 8:30 a.m. says: "This is'a book about the Sign.)
B. Dawson will serve again as Anna McCullough tied for first Vanessa Millican, Betty Jo Mor- The cup was presented the most dramatic day in the history;' Sunday Mass 8 a m. Table Tops
president, while Mrs. E. F. Aiken place with Mr. and Mrs. Ray dente, Betsy Fendrick, Terry Florida Militia in 1903 by U.s. of the world the day on which Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville[ Fla. Phone FR. 24353UNLAWFUL'
will be vice president; Mrs. J. R. Starnes at the regular weekly Christoffers, Karen Williams Senator Taliaferro of Florida for Jesus of Nazareth died. It opensat Confessions before all Masses I
Cook secretary, and Mrs. James meeting of the Duplicate Bridge Debby Brault, Angela Aiken, the annual competition. The meetis 6 p.m., the beginning of the
Grayson corresponding secretary. Club on Thursday evening, May Jimmy Denny; Cindy Hethering- one of the oldest rifle com- Hebrew day, with Jesus and ten .
.. -.. Mrs. A. P. Crosby will be treas- 16, at the Woman's Club. Mr. ton Bunny Bunce, Kerry petitions in the United States. of the apostles coming throughthe
urer, and two ladies were electedto and Mrs Fremont Tolles were Shackelford, and Pamela An- The winner of the trophy for pass between the Mount of
195C the team Olives and the Mount of Offense,
the Board of Directors second high.Birthday thony. was from the
:Mrs. John Kargea for three years, Mrs. Moody EntertainsMrs. Service Company, 211th Infantry,enroute to Jerusalem and the Last
and Mrs. Sarah McDonald for two Party Ends : Chester Moody entertained of .Miami, and this team again Supper. It closes at 4 p.m. of the
In Near Tragedy at her home on :Monday af- promises to be a strong contenderfor following afternoon when Jesus
years. Wednesday, May 15, Little Miss ternoon with a Stanley Party. thecup. was taken down from the cross." ITS
Installation of these three of- Gina Massa celebrated her sixth Mrs. Eva Rape conducted the I Former Florida National Each chapter of the book rep- ,
ficers will take place at a Silver- birthday with a traditional par- demonstration, and directed sev-I Guardsmen and other persons Interested resents an hour and there are \
Tea to be held on the lawn of ty at her home on Lakeview eral interesting games. Prize : in rifle competition are three. background chapters, The
:Mrs. McDonald's home, Tuesday, Drive. But the spot-light soon winners were Mrs. Carl Carnes, invited to witness the firing of Jewish World, the Roman World, r F
May 28, from 3 to 5> p. m. Mrs.J. shifted from Gina to one of her Mrs. George this rifle match. and a chapter on Jesus, His back-
A. Williams is chairman of guests Glenda Rose, small Mrs.Schaeffer.Moody, and ground and family. Of these, the For Any Person Persons to Engage in
the committee in charge of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben most important is The Jewish .
tea. Rose. It seems that Miss Glenda Sympathy ExtendedJ. N. P.,. Hicks Dies; World because, unless the reader B

Auxiliary L. EntertainedThe F. LaMee home on full arrived of bubble-gum at the party-with so a preciousthat mouth was. killed P. Garber last Thursday of Avon night Park Lowfey ResidentNapolean 2,000 understands years the ago land and of gets Palestine to see Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

Lake Brooklyn was the scene of when she dropped it, she about midnight, in an accidentat the people, he will not understandthis :

a lovely party on Thursday, May popped it back into her mouth Haines City. He was the- P. Hicks, 70, of Law- day.
16, when Mrs. LaMee and Mrs. leaves, sand, and all, which didn't father of Mrs. James Hetherington and tey, died Friday morning at the Iso avaiable at the library are
Hunter McElrath enter- of Keystone Heights, the following books that are The Name Is Registered
jointly help matters when she accidentally with tome of his daughter, Mrs. M. C.
tained the members of St. Anne's swallowed it but not quite. all her friends sympathize McAteer in Jacksonville followinga among the top numbers in "What
Women's Auxiliary of the Epis- Fortunately for Glenda the ad- her in her loss. brief illness.A merica Reads":

copal Church. The party was to ults at the party spotted her PTA Summer Round-Up native of Servilla, Tenn., Mr. The Scapegoat by Daphne du ,
honor the new members: Mrs. predicament immediately, and Approximately 21 childrenwere Hicks was a veteran of World Maurier, Peyton Place by Grace -. .
Alex Brokas, Mrs. Richard Pow- tried as best they could to re- registered by PTA membersand War I and a member of the First Metalious, Blue Camellia by Fran- .' f ,
ell, Mrs W. B. Dawson, TJlrs. move the gum. When this failed, examined by doctors at the Baptist Church of Lawtey. He ces Parkinson Keyes The FBI
Sam S. Sawyer, Mrs. Carl A. Dr. Christoffers was summoned, annual Summer Round-Up held had been haking his home with Story By Don Whitehead; and
Wistrup and Mrs. D. 0. Stewart and one of the ladies hurried at the school house fcn Tuesday, his daughter for the past five I Auntie Mame by Patricia Dennis.I Read This Florida Law
Glenda to his office. Policeman May 21, from 9 to 12 noon. months.
Dinner-Dance PlannedE. Ray Chance, seeing trouble, followed Mra Bill Belote was in chargeof Surviving besides Mrs. McAteerare l
I. DuPont de Nemours & in the njuad-car. and stood proceedings assisted by Mrs. a son, Edward T. Hicks in "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined hereU, to

Co., Inc., and Humphreys Gold by while Dr. Christoffers did Chester Moody, Mrs. George the U.S. Navy at Pensacola; four engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined
Corporation have Issued invita- what he could in his office. Then Schaeffer, Mrs. Carl Fendrick, Mothers, H. L. of Beaver, W. Va.,
tions to all their staff membersand Officer Chance drove the Doc- Mrs. Arthur A. Bamford, and 3."'hnson Hicks of Hawssee, Tenn., 1 without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

their wives to attend the tor and his patient to Gaines- Mrs. Bill Cannon. Present, also, I Henry and Homer Hicks, both of 1t clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

annual dinner-dance at the Camp ville to a specialist there, with : for the physical examinationswere Reliance, Tenn.; two sisters, Mrs. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit
Blanding Officer's Club on Wed- the siren wide open. Shortly, County Health Nurse Doro- Ida Shell of Epperson, Tenn., and
thy Murch; Miss Shirley Riggs, Miss Bessie Hicks of Reliance, signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of,

:" -: Adftrtlitment Nutritionist from State Boardof Tenn.. and six grandchildren.Funeral all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest -
r -_ __ Health; Dr. A. Y. Covington, services were neld at of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.
;t I County Health officer; and Dr. the First Christian Church of
From: where Ijn si Said registration not be made until the
in'-4'.Ioeiju-shJ] Donald Christoffers, local physi- Starke Wednesday with the Revs. may person or persons desiringto
I cian. W. A. McMillan and :J. E. Sher- engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
.., y,,,,..' .. New Citizen wood officiating. Burial followedin their intention
: register said fictitious
at least week for four
,' name once
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i' *f* \ of Lake Brooklyn are the proud Cemetery. (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

< 4 Wagon parents of a daughter born on DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homecf where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

.rsK?. i; ; ; f'.J. Sunday, May 19,at Baptist Hos- Starke .was in charge of arrangements ASK accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
,I --- '' .. _. pital in Jacksonville. The girl such publication.
Some fr1 dsJusr bought a par* From'wKrVrErsittin'' i weighed 5> lbs., 5> oz., and so will CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
cel of land from Dad Baker. The are like wagon wheels, some people of remain in the hospital a few days Civil War Drama I
land'Is good but it's rough. The them are stiff and hit every longer than her mother, who is about this question: :
I new owner got an old wagon bump hard. Others- know how to' i already home. The Nooneys al- Featured At Park i If are engaged in business under
with you name
was askin' me avoid the bumps. They don't try : have three sons, who are "A wheelbarrow that fell any
about ready
puttln on new wheels. He to make life rough for the other "Revolt at Fort Laramie, a
I explained that' the wheels.were fellow by denying him his pleas-'.\ I quite anxious to see their new Civil War story with the action from a cement contractor's
loose'and last they probably wouldn't vies simple pleasures such sister. touched off by divided loyalties ina truck caused an auto collision other than and have not had this -
t wizard much about longer. Now I'm nor as enjoying a friendly glass of i PersonalsMr. Western military outpost at your own, name
mechanical things beer &. Benson, that killed a woman and in-
or ale with his friends and and Mrs. Carl the outbreak of hostilities will be
: but I do know that loose i
i{ will "walk" itself a around wheel pal. family. ,d" ,';A ,, ...";.0/,!. : formerly of Jacksonville, have i featured Sunday, Monday and jured several others. Is Con-
I[ metto roots and stumps where ...-.. 4" }' : moved to a home on Lake Geneva Tues at the Park Theatre. tractors Liability insurance properly advertised and registered we will be
I 4 tight one will break in no time j where they plan to live perm The war causes the manpowerof ,
at all So I told him. The new I 60e'7X4M& anently.Mr. the fort to be depleted. Taking available to cover lawsuitsand
owner looked at me like I wasmakia' and Mrs. Louis Bujorky advantage of this situation, the damages for just such
fun of him >.j.' ;r> arrived at the home of Mr. and Indians go on the warpath. A accidents?" glad to give you all necessary Information as to
\'--. '.. ..""..".-,........, -' Mrs. J. R. Cook on Monday fora cavalry detachment, under the
short visit with the Cooks at command of Captain Tenslip in-
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love with the niece of Col. Seth ..
Bradner, a Southern career of-

ficer.Tenslip is played by Gregg Son Agency I

Palmer and Bradner is portrayedby COUNTY TELEGRAPHThey're

Has A John Deher. Cast in the role I
Everybody Friend Helm.cf Melissa Bradner is Frances 13 Starke, Fb.

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This weekend Mr. and Mrs.J. -

or relative away from Bradford County who would R. Cook are expecting Mra,
Thelma Webster and her mother, all ,uok Chevy'shandsome
; Mrs. Clara Pennybacher, of Coral ee
the of Sfarke's: Centennial
; having complete story Gables, to visit them at. Lake

Celebration. Now you can send this most appreciated Winnott.Mrs. Charles Hulen and son hard-working pickups; !

of Lake Santa Fe are visitingMrs. ,
Hulen's family in Nixon,
gift at a minimum of cost and effort on your .
Texas. Their friends hope they With hefty steelrmuscled truck ,
won't find themselves\in a floodor chassis and high-capacity bodies! ,
part. Here's how a tornado!
E. C. Ryan of Lake Butler, I II I With the Industry's shortest stroke V8

5 I father of Mrs. Chester Moody, or the 6 most famous for economy!
has been quite ill in King Memorial

While They Last (Supply Limited) Mr Hospital and Mrs.there.Vic Christainson With I luxe the features latest In at cab no extra comfortde cost-! :::,:f,.;:,/Jff.,:: <::.':,::::r...:?.::::.:?.irM. >'h'm'Wh.>.:::::.: .:,.::,.:...,,..'.::.,..:Wo'R..::..'.:::::.:? ::f-: ::::w.?>.:%;:::-f.,:. :,,< ':t;.:r.:.'--.;: ....,,,...,....,.:'. ',

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All three issues wrapped together end with Mr. and Mrs. ArthurA. ..
One 48-Page Centennial His. in Special Centennial Bamford and son of Lake Host popular half-tower!
wrapper and mailed anywhere Geneva. i/I/
torical Issue in Mrs. Carl Carnes was in St
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Mr. and Mrs- Earl Wilkinson Rev.
Congregation, Middleburg,
and family of Jacksonville spent lay Day Activities and R. J. E. Elementary groups Bird pastor, 7:30 p., m.
At Church
The Tabernacle Presbyterian Anderson
last weekend at the home of Junior High held presented numbers on the pro- I Refreshments served after
their annual May Day festivities i _
Mr and Mrs. Drew Wilkins3n grant \ '
A from John Friday Adult Choir I service, 10 p. m.
splendid prac-
message with-
on Monday Interesting Poppy SaleAmerican
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Nelson of
Belle Dell, reporter.
8: 32, "And Ye Shall Know The tice, 8 p. m. Fernandina Beach were Sunday events. The winner of the con- Legion Auxiliary Commencement 'News tS; m

Truth, And The Truth Shall Sunday Church School, 9:45a. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew test was Principal C.' C. Ander- PO& '314 will have their annual Thurston Elementary school SllIfS-
m. Morning Worship, "A Gift son, teacher of the eighth and ..
,:Make You Free," was delivered Wilkinson and family. poppy sale on Friday and Sat- will have, their final exercise on
from God," 11 a. m. Youth Fellowships I ninth grades, second place was this ,j
of 'A
urday week. AU cool di is nice SUpF
Sunday night at the Gospel Miss Merle HigginboUtam accompanied persons Thursday, May 30, at Ebenezer:
6 m. Evening Wor- won by the students of the
p. second
Tabernacle, by the Rev. Walter ship, "Christ's Ascension," 7:30 Jim Blalock and Bill and third grades taught .by are asked to buy a poppy In Baptist Church, Rev. strong pas- whoa YD n have time VuL a : -
CJf unknoWn
Dell of Jacksonville to that city memory our and tor. The address will be delivered
Zvoda. He brought out some Im-I p.m. last Wednesday to the home of I Mrs. Mildred Turner Represent- dead soldiers. Regular meeting by .Principal Eddie Thompk1n 1 big dip of our ice creanlon
portant facts the Tuesday The Women of the 1'atives from all the schools in of the unit will
concerning be held Sat-
I Mr. and MITt. Lyle Schmehls and on of RJE. This is a fourth grade a crispy cone is .
Chri.Itian's need of knowing the Church, 8 p. m. daughter, and they aU enjoyeda the county were In attendance.On day June 2. All members are graduation group ,CJf 15 that will ;
"Truth. Service, Tuesday the May day activi- to be I quick refreshment anytime.
Wednesday Prayer barbecue supper. urged preaent. Ozora Shell, transfer to RUE to complete ele-

Rev and Mrs.J'zvoda left Tues- 1:30 p. m.Thursday We are glad to learn that G. ties were held at Thurston School I. president, Mrs. Corean McNeil, mentary school. Special music Good food-good for you!" Jr

day morning for their home in Junior Choir prac- W. Brown has been discharged Mrs. S. C. Price, Principal. Spe- reporter: will be presented by the students.

Ashville, N. C. They have been tice, 3:30 p. m. Pack 307 meet- from Hope Haven Hospital after cial music was furnished by the i Church News Principal Price and teacher D. .. }

guests of the Tabernacle for I ing, 7:30 p. m. having been a patient there for Alachua High School band under New Bethel Baptist Church B_ Jackson Invite the general I
several months and have enjoyed several ,months. the direction of "Sonny Boy" held Sunday School with members public to attend this program

.a Wide and profitable ministry II St Markts Episcopal Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mr. and I Kelk r. Anderson Junior Highly of the Junior Church in charge. which is scheduled to begin at Its ...
the community and Gwendolyn Marshall served as
throughout Mni. C. B. Nolan were visitors! 7:30. Certllcatefi win be presented -
,adjoining towns with their Gos- Rev BaymCldd MaeBIaID I lin Jacksonville last Tuesday, and. rapt, while Gloria CUmmings by the supervisor: rIqieJae
pel messages, missionary slide Services at St. Mark's Episcopal visited Mrs. Sidney Hall and i Mrs. Dorothy Waters and chil- acted as secretary. Classes were Principal Eddie Thompkins, +}

pictures and sound films. They Church will be as follows: Mrs. Kathleen Wilson enroute. I dren, Mrs. Bill Roberson and taught by Bro. Elmer Shell and members of the faculty, and ICE CRM

will be missed by the many Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church Just reminder that the Master's daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob" Bro. Dan Hankerson. During the graduates of the class of 1951,

friends made during their sojourn School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- Singers a will conduct the i! Stanley and family visited Friday rest of the day the members at- RUE High School cordially in- All Popular Flavors / Cones
I Cups, Pints, Family WGononsi
1 in Starke. p.m. Y. P. S. L. morning services at the Long! with Mr and Mm A. L. tended the Convention of the Mis- vite the general public to their

The weekly services continue Wednesday: 7:3e p.m. Utany Branch Baptif.t Church next Sun- Renberg at Earleton Beach. sionary Dept. of Mt. Slnia Asso- annual Bacalaureate Sermon on

f' under the leadership of B. E. and Meditation; 8 p.rn. Choir day, May 26. The public is in- The Intermediate Girl's of the ciation, Rev. D. E. White Moderator Sunday, May 26, at 3 p: m. The ,'.

McRae. Practice vited to attend. Mpoxville Baptist Church and Mrs Susie Trapp, presi- class will be led by the 'sponsor,

1 I Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Well- their teacher, Mrs. Dorothy Wat- dent, Sister Sophia Royal Finan- Mrs. F. S., Pierce Mllit will be : .

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 11 a. m.: 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. hausen and sons, and Mr. and ers, met at the church last Thurs- cial Secretary All officers were furnished by the choir, and .. .. ,: -: '

Rev. I. E. Sherwood, Pastor awaits everyone Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons en- day night for a business meeting re-elected and a very successful marches will be played by Mrs.

t Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning joyed a picnic outing at Strickland's and social. meeting was held at Friendship Z. P. Jennings of Anderson Junior

t Worship, 11 a. m. Youth IIEILBROSN lnSSIOSARYBAPTIST Landing last Saturday.We Misses Jewel Higginbotham I Baptist Church in Ga1nesville.I High, Lawtey. The guest speaker : jp
Church, 6:30 p. m. All young CHURCH We regret the recent illness and __ ,
are sorry to hear that and .Jo' Ann Parrish enjoyed a will be Dr. W. B. Miller, pastor r
I people Invited. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Harry Bell is suffering from a trip with their 11th grade class surgery of Deacon Willie Green. of the Laura Street Presbyterian
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening He is doing fine in Doctors Hos-
t broken rib which occured dur- to Jacksonville Beach last Sat- Church Jacksonville. lIe Is anoutfanding
\EW RIVER Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training pital. Members and friends of
football practice at the Bald- urday.' speaker holding the
BAPTIST CHURCH Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- ing the church sire urged to visa 7I
win School last Friday. Leroy Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson Bachelor of Arts from More-
t School 10 a. m. Wor- Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes- flowers. Bro.
cards and
Sunday Or send
house Atlanta and the
Ellison was also hurt the same moved their home to the black College, ,
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening ServIce days, 7:30. p. m. Rev. S. F. Scott
ship and Sister Kelly par-
afternoon and had to stay in top road in front of the Baptist Doctor of Theology from Gammon
r 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Beard pastor the hospital overnight.Mr. Church last ,Saturday.We ents of a new baby girl. Mother Theological Seminary, Atlanta.

I Wednesday, 7.:30 p. m. Everyone and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls are glad to know that lit- and daughter are doing fine. The seniors will hold their Class

: wetcome.L.. L. Parker, p.stor.t ADVENTIST SEVEN'lIl CHURCH DAY and daughter, Diane, of Jackson- tie Rex Wilkinson, fn of Mr. Joan Jenkins, reporter. Night on Wednesday, May 29,

Sabbath In the ville visited Mr. and Mrs. BIJ- and 'Mrs. Ed Wilkinson, had the Trustee Anniversary At' at 8 p. m. there will be' no ad-
IfIWAY CILPELJ Services each
t from ford Higginbotham Friday and cast removed from his ,leg Sat- Pleasant Grove Methodist mission fee. Come out and en-
ASSEMBLY OF GOD home of S. N. Brown across is the
J Church east of Sunday. urday and hopes to be walking Following program joy a wonderful program and
Pastor Bethel Baptist
Eo A. Lewis,
schedule for the Trustee Anniver-
Little Mini. Marsha Lynn Har- about again soon. hear the reading of the 'Last
I School, 10 a. m. Morning Starke- Sabbath School 2 p. m.
ris "f Jacksonville was a weekend D. J. Parrish had a lighter sary at Pleasant Grove Methodist Will and Testament of the class
each Wednesday,
11 a. m. Evangelis- Bible Study
Worship, '
t guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. cast put Gn his broken leg Tues- Church Rev. Stripling pastor of 1957." Commencement Fri-
t tic Service; 7-15 p. m. Thursday Invitation 7:30 p., m.-Arden Mote, pastor. C. Nolan and family. day. He han to wear a cast for from May 27 through June day, May 31, speaker will be an"
service. -
weekly prayer Wilkinson, 2: flounced in next week's issue. I
HAMPTON Little Miss Teressa four more weeks.
t extended to everyone. CHRISTIAN CIIURCII daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rudy Higginbotham seems to May 27 ,Church cf God Cancer Reports

CIIURCII OF GOD Christian Endeavor, Friday, 1:30 I Wilkinson formerly of Maxville be getting along nicely at the Unity and Congregation" Starke Chairman Dorothy Alvarez

f Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, and now living in Cocoa, under- I home of Mr. and lrs. Dan Par- Rev. S. W. White pastor, 7:30p. wishes to thank all persons who
t 11 a. m. Sunday 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship -- went an operation on her leg rish. m. have helped to make these reports -
ing Worship ,
11 Evening Worship, hOf"ital last Friday :May 2S Antioch Baptist possible: Mrs. Mary Lee
Service, 7:45 p. m. YPE a. m. in a Cocoa Mr and Mrs. Starling of Jack-
Service Wednesday 7.5 p. m 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. morning and is getting along sonville spent Saturday with Mr. Church and Congregation, Starke, Frazier, $21.15; Mrs. L. M. Royal,

Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. nicel).. and Mrs. Ed WilkinsCln. Rev. G. Lee pastor, 7:30 p. m. Mt. Morja1\ Church, 11.00; Dea- I
i Prayer LAW'ItY GRAII.AM I I Mrs. Bertha Padgett, Mrs. Delia Home Demonstration Tour :May 29 New Bethel Bap- con Booker T. Marshall, $7.14; II

,,_ Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning BAPTIST CHURCH Padgett and Mrs. Charlene La- MIT. Nellie Mills, Home Dem- tist Church and Congregation, New Bethel Baptist Church. We r II i !
I Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning Prell were guests of Mr and Mrs.J. onstration Agent, and Mrs. Ford- Starke, Rev. A. ;V'inmn pastor, are asking persons and church I I Iu

Ice Saturday, 7:30 m. Worship, 11 a. m. Training D. Padgett last Sunday.Mr. ham, the new assistant agent, 7:30 p. m. groups that have cans to work
'1 Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- and Mrs. Ben Higginbot-j met with the Maxville Club mem- May 30 Payne Chapel and hard as we are still $110.81 short uI u/

BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ship, 7:30 p. m.- Rev. W. 0.Colllps ham and family and Miss Shir- bers to go on a tour of some of Congregation, Jacksonville, Rev of our quota. Cans will be collected I it

""Rev C. Bruce Stalllng. pastor ; Sr., pastor. ley Higginbotham_ spent Sunday the homes and see what improve- Jones pastor, 1:30 p. m. on the 315t of this month.

I\ Sunday school, 10 a. m.: morning at the home of Mr. and Mra. ments have been made. We visited May 31 Prayer Band and Lights on Monday, May 27. Give

worship, 11 a. m.: training CIIURCD OF JESUS ClmlST I, George Johnson in Jacksonville I with Mm B. H. Higginbot- Congregation, Starke, Rev. Strip- and help fight Cancer. ,

r union 7 p.. m.: evening worship LATTER DAY SAINTS and also visited at the Jackson- ham, Mrs. O. L. Harris, Mrs. D. _I
Services. each Sundae ,In old Model No, 21D7-H50
i I
1 8P. m. -. } ; vine Zoo. J. Parrish and then want to ,the
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday
\ Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, We are sorry to learn that home of Mrs. John North, where
School 1'a.. m. Sacrament little Floyd Kilgore is having we enjoyed a picnic lunch and I
Service 6:30 m. Everyone wel BIBLE REGULAR
come. trouble with his eyes. home made ice cream and cake.
L COURCII OF CHRIST Mrs. Mae Higginbotham ac- After lunch we visited at the

t C. L O'.erturf Ir.. MInIster PENTECOSTAL JlOLINESS companied Mrs. E. M. Fe.agle tci!i home of Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Channels 4 and 36
I Jacksonville Friday afternoon. there Mrs. Mills a demon-
10 gave
sunday School,
I a, m., morning service, 11 a. r.l., Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Morning Mr. and Mm Dan Hargroveo stration on arranging furniture Begins May 26 Antenna and Installation
6:30 and daughter, Minnie, Miss Vir-: for the beauty and comfort If -
m. i
evening p. Worship, 11 a. m.: Evange- -
r Wednesday Bible study, 7:30 listic services, 7:30 p. m. ginia Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. the home. The tour ended at the Ii Each night at (:45
Frank Hunter of Macclenny visit- home of Mrs C. B. Nolan. On FREE
i r
p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
J Radio Program Station 7:30 p. m.WOODLAWN. ed Sunday in Alachua and June 16 we will meet and have _' ,

WRGR-; ,Sunday, 8:30 9 a. m., Gainesville. a demonstration on decorating I-- Preaching Salvation,

+I Subject for the month, .'TheBible. MISSIONARY Maxville children enjoying the cakes. Healing and Return Also Free 90 Day Service
8th class party at Strick- and Policy
I ." BAPTIST CHURCH grade Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis "
of Christi
land's Landing were Linda waters family and Mrs. Belle Giddens, : .
i 10 a.m. Sunday School, a.m. ,
I Shirley Higginbotham, Bon-
EVERGREEN preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:4 prayer Mr. Mrs. Buddy "Browning i
nie Padgett, Jewel North, Gloria and and Mrs. Ca1lie Sutton o"
family -
BAPTIST CHURCH service -o'clock services,
song .
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Cannon, Edith Copeland, Rose of Adel,'Ga. enjoyed a fish w, .;

,. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: NORTH SIDE :Mary WeUhausen, Mary Kilgore, supper at- the home of Mr. and .. THIS MAN OF FAITH
and B. F. Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. last Thurs- TV ServiceAll
i p. 1;. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayer BAPTIST CIIURCII Mrs.' F. B, Coleman
Ray Pellu. and Misses Evelyn day night Mrs. Sutton visited {
i Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- a
I ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Coleman and Ela Jean Harris several days with Mr. and Mrs. 4' BRING THE BLIND,

\ FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIURCII Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- also went along. Coleman. Mr. Browning is Mrs. DEAF AND LAMETV'

Corner Call & Christian Streets ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Dorothy Waters' family Sutton's grandson.Mr. .

J. E. Sherwood, Pastor Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone surprised her Sunday with R and Mrs. H. A. Sweat, 4r' Work Guaranteed' Free
birthday dinner: Seventeen of Glenda Rhoden, Elizabeth -- Estimates
School-10 Faye
I Sunday a. m. welcome.- C. Harvey pastor
Lord's Supper-11:15 a. m. her family were present, including Sweat and Sallie Sweat' rent See Miracles Fully Equipped -- Dependable

Preaching services-11:2 a. m. KI GSLEY LA>.E Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and last Sunday with Mr and Mrs I
f and 7 p. m.r MISSIONARY BAPTIST family c.f Jacksonville and Mr. E. D. Higginbotham and family. And Healing All Makes arid ModelsSHEPHERD'S

Junior Choir practlce- p. m. Sunday School 9i5 a.m. Morn- and Mrs. Bob Stanley and fami- Mr and Mrs. John North and REV. W. "L. HERSINGER

Wednesday. ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening ly of Homestead. daughter visited in Green Cove
t Ladies Council meets first and Service 7:30 p.rn.' Prayer Meetlnr Mir Debbie Phillips attended Springs Sunday afternoon with RADIO & TV

i i third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. each Wednesday 7:30 p.rn. Every. a meeting in Highland Sunday Mr. North's mother, Mrs. Alice Hiway Chapel Assembly of God

fI I Everybody invited to aU ser- one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Matt, afternoon to receive instructions North. INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
vices. on a summer-vacation Bible We to that
pastor. are sorry learn Starke, Florida
TV .
school of which she is superin- Mrs. Leslie Chilson's mother is Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
People of All Faiths Are Welcome
I, tendent. The Bible School will III again at the home of Mrs. Phone 239 Starke, Fla

i start on the 11th of June and all Chilson in Starke.

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I Maxville children are welcome ---- --- ,

I Stork Shower

STARKE, FLA Mrs., F. B. Coleman and Mrs.B. .

;I I. H. Higginbotham entertained THE GOVERNOR PROMISED

i REV LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Friday night, May 11, with, a NO NEW TAXES--
stork shower honoring Mrs Rudy

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Higginootham. Games were played YET HIGHER TAXES

Phones Office.234 Pastorium 130 and prizes awarded to )Irs. .. ARE LOOMING NOW '
Millie Wilkinson, Mrs. Hester
Hicks'Yrs. Lois Waters and Mrs.
Sunday Sermons 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. after which .
: Rudy Higginbotham Is this' "

Sunday School 9:45'A.M.. Training Union 6:45 P.M: Mrs. Higginbotham opened her keeping faith.' with the Voters ? '
many gifts. About 5p guests

f Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M were present i, "

Rev. and Mrs. Edward Jones -- \.
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WD''H at Glenn Jone and Bessie Jones, '
4 Jacksonville, were dinner In campaign speech, Gov. Collins said that the growth of Despite the promise of
of taxes-the
no new State
I Legislature at
11 ,
a.m. Regular Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday.I the ..
I guests c.f lfr. and Mrs. Kyle state population would boost existing revenues to finance the request of the State Administration, has; passed the most "
Cannon last Sunday.We the '-
are glad that lfrs. Mary governmental operations without new taxes exorbitant, extravagant, wasteful and uncalled for appropriations ;
J WeUhausen is, feeling better ,and J4. bills in the history .of Florida-bills that will demand .

is able to be out some now "With sound management and honest spending I believe hundreds of _*
we, millions of dollars more than the budgets

I Madison Street Baptist Church and Mr.family and and Mrs.Mrs.Le'Jie Hester Sweat Hicks can meet these needs! without new axes", the Governor stated. and which you will have to pay through higher past taxes out of,, "' I

I of Lawtey "enjoyed an outing atStrickland's If this was true in 1956, it is equallyy true today. your earnings, and at the cost of many comforts your family ._ ,;'

(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand S18.) Landing Sunday afternoon has enjoyed These high taxes atop the already high County,

Florida population has grown-but the cost ot its State Goy: School and Federal
Good If
Singing Forceful Preaching The Maxville baseball boys you are now carrying. you
ernment has
are ,reorganizing their ball team topped that growth by 100010 during the same are against this_ extra tax'incr e a se'-then write, wire or phone -,

Sunday School ________________ 9:45 A.M. for the summer and will: prac- I penod. your Legislators in Tallahassee today Do not wait-do it todayl! .
tice on Sunday afternoons. They
Morning Worship -----------______ : A.M. plan to play Whitehouse in a I c
couple of weeks. Bill Roben'o"ID '' "01 ; ,.
Training Union ____________ ____ 6s45 P.M r ,
is the manager again this year. ,
Evening Worship ___________________ 8:00 P.M, Miss Jewel Higginbotham :'r : '

Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Weel. 7:30 P.M. spent Friday and Saturday nights .F.L 0 RID A /y' ,
B nk'
In Baldwin with Miss Lorraine c a, !}< ;

Come And Bring The Children Room For All Jones. Lorraine' returned home '. ONE Of 27 sues sr till ROIIDA IWIONAI CIOUP ..- .-.. .---.", rof '- -<
with her and spent Sunday night '- Slarke ,' ,\_,;(; .: :
: A CHRISTIAN ., ::; ''
I Mr and :Air.\ Bob Stanley and --,.. :"!o-,
REV. I. E. Er-"LOW. Pastor family returned to Homestead -.c '" 'J'
I ,
P. Norm' Supt. Sunday School Monday afternoon after spending '-" .

I .. _:. _. .. Mrs.a two Dorothy weeks furlough Waters and here fami-with \ sauna ruisu DUOSIT IIISUUNCI (01101411011, #

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Battle New Site For City Dump Driver Charged I you in the above named Court and and to serve a copy thereof on
Midgets wherein
cause Ethel Holmes is Hollls V. Knight, plaintiff's attorney -
plaintiff and you and each of you whose address is Starke.
.. In.SR 100 WreckA and also, Lee Roy Kalch Jr.. E. ; Florida on or before said date
-'.J;-.- .:''. ....,.... :?:: .>' .,,. ., ,.,...<.\,"", ; E. Wjasdin Lester Kalch, Ruth required by the Laws of Florida
ID 19-0 Contest ." .'t. -'ift" '\.:.'. ; : ;, .:'-, 'to<' : ., '''''' '[ :, I Kalch. Leah Kalch McFeeters, ItB. and the Florida"*Rules of Civil
',. : o' 'S '. McFeeters Kalch Procedure. If
.: 'I'fttL.. .. Marguerite you fail to so do, a
'.'' : :; .... .,', Jif'Xft ,,;--...".." '-'. ".,' Palatka man was charged Wollard Samuel S. Wollard Jr. decree pro confesso will be entered
'--' ,. ; ,.: : .
; o '. and Pearl Kalch. defendants for
: ;> '. -. > with "wilfull and wanton" reck- ir. are ; against you the relief demanded
"" ,,,, .-.v -, ," that the property involved In said In the complaint.IT .
% "
Fast football action was pro- ;10- .." < Xr. '.. >$ 0. less driving as the result of a suit is situate in Bradford County IS HEREBY ORDERED that
vujed: :Monday afternoon by the "'- .U... ;\;: _" "4" < '. wreck Saturday afternoon about i- Florida and described as: this order and notice shall be pub-
_,. . ,
_., '.> 0l. .. ; lished once each week for four
junior high school "midgets" as .' ...>.;. jtharT; ,... .. ;;. three miles south of Starke on ; .7& North Half of Southeast Quarterof consecutive weeks in Bradford
they wound up their spring training ; ;. .'. .' ..- SR 100 in which two teen-age Northeast Quarter (N% of County Telegraph a newspaper
!Vo- p1'. qtc SEU of NW%) of Section 21, published in Bradford County Florida -
; with an intersquad contest. : passengers in his car suffered
,' '. '. Township 7 South, Range 22 and having a general circula
The White team, with Woody ,!.<\. slight injuries.The. East tion In said County.
.. that the relief sought is the partition WITNESS
't' my hand as Clerk of
Strickland bested ,
Donald J
man, Freddie Mc- \\2\ of said property and the establishment said Circuit Court of Bradford
he Red team 19-0 on two runs Rae, was released under $150 : and satisfaction of County Florida, and 'the seal of
certain equitable liens between the said Court at Starke Bradford
nd interception.The bond.
a pass / parties; and you are summoned County Florida this 17th day of
first score was made as The teen-agers Nancy Parrish, ordered and required to file your May 1957.CIRCUIT.
written Answer or defenses to the ( COURT SEAL
. alfback Ronnie Eaves went -, ,. 15, and David Collins 17, were Amended Complaint as to said Charles A. Darby.. )

cross tackle, cut back to the treated at Bradford, County Hospital Parcel 2 in said cause in the office Clerk of the Circuit Court of

!ght and dashed 25 yards to the and released. of the undersigned Clerk of said Bradford' County Florida
Court in Starke. Florida on or Hollis V. Knight
goal line.Strickland. Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown before the 26th day of June 1957, Attorney for Plaintiff 4/4 4t SIB

scored the second said that 'McRae, heading south

TO for the White team, intercepting sft tried to pass twa cars during a I Sell It *, Rent It Trade

a pass and running it back rain storm. The road was rtip- Two new policemen who joined the Starke force last week are

35 yards. The Whites scored a pery, Brown said, and McRae'scar
-- sworn In by Mayor W. T. Jackson. Taking the oath are Carl Fill-

took third a time pass when from Richard Strickland Duggar and Is Hot Supposed To Come To This began head swerving on with a and car he driven collided yaw, 27, (second from left) and George Hill, 23. Looking on is Police TO A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

headed for .pay dirt. by Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts of Chief W- E. Thornton (right).

Though all of the oring was .,.,.._c .' r' '.t- ..;> ; .; "'\ .. >J Lake City.McRae's. I JOIN HEREFORD ASS'N.; You are hereby notified that a Low Rates Good Results Easy To
: Place
the White team the : > .
done by ', ,', -No -" car was'listed a total suit for diyorce and restorationof
Reds made it no easy chore for _. .. \'.,;,..?'t. loss and the front end of Mrs.Robert's .Foster Shi Smith & Sons of has been maiden tied name JO WORDS OR LESS ONE LVSEET1OTT - 50

them. The Red team, led by .', car was damaged.Relationships Starke have been named to membership above named Court against and yon cans In and the EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 225e

quarterback John Reddish threat- I in the American Hereford you are required to serve a

ened to even the score several 4t Association, the world's largest copy of your answer or pleading to ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE
up '. the complaint *n tne riaiBtlffs imrorwT OF 11 PF.R CENT UN TWO OR ", eRR I!% RRTIOII
times, 'once getting within 10 purebred registry organization Attorney Lloyd Bass. 210 Clark

yards of the White goal and Of Businesses with headquarters in Kansas City, Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida FOR RENT-3 room nicely furnished FOR RENT One and tW9 bed
and file the original In the office of apartment. Air conditioned, room furnished apartments
twice more within 20 yards. Mo. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or TV and electric kitchen. Middle- in. Desirable location. ;W.

Reddish intercepted a pass and Told RotariansThe before the 17th day of June. 1957; aged adults preferred. Mrs. Clark, Nollman. 228 W. Madison, tfchg H.
otherwise the allegations of said Rt. 1; Box 44, Bessent Rd. tfchg
made it to the 10 yard line before Complaint will be taken as confessed FOR SALE-Young Angus
,. hauled down on one dependance of big business YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester by you. POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at Will sell at beef prices. Phone Bulls.
being I
., brook fountain is This notice Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. 285 Doyle E.
4 on little business, and little business pruse-slze pens shall be published once Conner Ins. tfchg
occasion. each week for four consecutive Also new mowers for Sale.
7 on big bua'ness s was graph- pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford while
weeks la the Bradford County Tele- Easy payment plan. Pay FOR RENT Two
BHs Coach Lennard Register : cally illustrated at the Rotary County Telegraph. graph. you mow. Buy where you qan pletely furnished house bedroom com

said that all of the boys played __ Club Wednesday by Warren Dated this 10th day of May'1957. get service on what you. buy. port 'On Walnut Street with car
standout football. Register es- (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. tfchg at Coney Island Apts. Apply
Jackson of Jacksonville, State NOTICE '*0 APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court. __504_ E. Brownlee. Apt. 2
ecially commended White team 7. ,. vice chairman of the Oil Infor- la Circuit Court Bradford Cnty By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I List Your Property For Sale ftp

layers Cqoil Leach, halfback Florida In Chancery. 5/17 4t 6/7: With Mama Priest Kindergarten
mation Committee. Petty Lou Broek. Plaintiff vs. for -
rvin Martin Marty Crosby, Making use of his "magic Jessie' Lee Brock, Defendant.Case ,IB the Circuit Court of the F.ljrhtfc held In the next Catholic year Hall will be
real Phillips and Mike Denton No. 10-2191 I Judicial Circuit of Florida IB and STROUT REALTY COMPANY 28. 29, 30. Important that I May
brief case, Mr. Jackson em- Notice To Appear For Bradford know.
i well as the boys who made -- ployed a number of clever tricksto To: Jessie Lee Brock, whose IB Chancery Farm, Home and Business Property 5/31
Jie TD's. Playing outstandingball ,. j residence is :Marcus Hoop, Penn. Ethel Holmes Plaintiff, vs. Lee NEED TIRESf

on the Red team were Red- __ illustrate- his point...that.. neither ,- and whose address. is c/o__S. S. Roy Kalch, Jr.. et al. Defendants.Order Free Open Listings Get them now, pay as, you ride.
big businefis or little Business Otis Sun sun Oil company Marcus of Publication and STROUT REALTY Ask for our easy budget

dish, Jerry Ritch, Ronald Crawford The scene above was taken at the site of the new city dump out I could exist without\ each Hoop Penn. I Notice To Defend Johnie Hansen, RepresentativeP. Union Lacy Conway Sales and Service.terms.
You are b-.abv notmea that THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Pus Station
and Harold Seymour.A the old La.\\tl"Y road near the city limits. In use only a few days, other. He showed a number of suit for divorce, care, custodyand Helen Bennett and Eugene A. Ben- O. Box 307 Starke, Fla. Starke tfchg Fla.
gate take of 43 bars at of minor children nett of South Bend, Indiana whose
301 Waldo
support 5 miles S. Phone
on .
mound of the refuse the 40 tract. new products, recentlydeveloped I HELP
only a slight city's mars acre (City
residence is otherwise WANTED
soap to be used in the shower has been tile against you ia the unknown HObart 8-2831 tf Men and Wo
next fall recorded. officials have stated intentions to keep this tract from looking like by the oil industry, which are bove named Court and cause ano Juanita Hankins and Michael Han- men.filled.Various positions to be
rooms adding greatly to the comfort you are required to serve a copy of kins of Lansing. Michigan, whose Apply Florida Reptile
The midget team will be treat- the old city dump In the scene below. The garbage will be systematically your answer or pleading to the com- residence is otherwise unknown; WHEN IN NEED OF Land. HI hland. 2tchgr 5/24:!
and convenience of modern liv- .
plaint on the Plalntlff'lI'P"r" -\ Lea Kalch :McFeeters and R. P.
ed to a picnic at Kingsley Lake buried and prevented from becoming an annoyance, they Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith Hutting McFeeters, whose residence is LANDSCAPINGFILL MAIL AWAY to friends and relati .
ing.The Jacksonville 2. Florida Grafton. Virginia Karl H. \ s, complete
Monday afternoon. It is not known how the old tract has been In ; story of Starke
say. exactly long use, speaker was introduced by and file the original In the office of' ler. whose residence is Cypress DIRTor Centennial. 3 big issues Bradford

though it is known to be well over 25 years. Freeman Register Jr., who had the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 Creek Severna Park :Md.; JosephC. County Telegraph including 48-
Bradford before the 17th day of June, 1957; Zeigler whose residence is page historical edition. wrapped
133 of the DISKING and
charge program. otherwise the allegations of said Cypress Creek, Severna Park, Just mailed to any address, 50c.
Complaint will be taken as confess Maryland and if married his unknown I bring us your mailing list
'd by you. wife; Karl H. Zeigler, Jr., W. L. THIGPEN, JR. __::- Bradford County TelE' raph.r .

Children Receive I _l __ s .. --. Grand Larceny This notice shall be puollsned whose residence is Severna Park.llar'land lit 2 Box 243-D Alton Rd. A WATKINS
and whose mailing address ROUTE
week four OPEN
each for consecutive
r once is P. O. Box 303, Severna PHONE 297-J FOR BRADFORD (
WorkBradford Failure to an order weeks in the Bradford County. Park r IS A GOOD 'OUNTTIllS
Permits To / I- produce Telegraph. Maryland, and if married his Starke, Fla., LADy WRITE ROUTE FOR A
unknown wife; Evelyn Panne- THE
of advertising'postcards for of 1957. J. R. WATKINS
I : Dated this 14th day May. packer, individually and as domiciliary CO., 659 WEST -
: had been (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb TREE ST. PEACH
which $55 already paid N.E.
County had a totalof Clerk of tbe Circuit Court administratrix of the estate OUR TR TR' ANNIVERSARY ATLANTA, GA.
by a Bradford County motel By Marian U Crosby. Deputy C!--. of Cleon Pannepacker. deceased RADIOS REPAIREDAll Hchg 611
113 children under 18 securing 5/17 4t 6/7 whose residence is 204 Make All Model FOR
owner last week brought grand Washington Avenue, New town, Reasonable Charter naranteeJCHA SALE Used 8 MM Movie
in 1956 accordingto Camera
work permits 401cpw 'larceny charges against E. Douglas ennsylvania; Cleon L. Pannepacker, <. C. SHEPHERD Bell Brownie $20. New 8 MM
a report by the, Florida Indus- .. g, Ltiid 8tavs NOTICE TO APPEAR Jr., David Pannepacker and Anna 70!* W. Call Ct. ftfark Ph. 2tt U9.l5! & Howell Movie Camera
number DePew of the DePew Color (a Circuit Coart. Bradford Cemriy, Bush the residence of each of at Bullington'g. tfchg

trial Commission. This '" DOHCA.NEBR. = Advertising Co. of Flat Rock, Plarldai IB ChantryAlease whom is unknown; and all Unknown YES. YES It will pay you to Will
included 60 permits issued to boys, Turner. Plaintiff vs. Willie persons claiming any interest come to TSutts Mobile Homes in take one or two semi-invalids
N. C. L. Turner Defendant.Case. in the hereinafter described Jacksonville. Fla.. 6nt7 Roosevelt or elder persons for care In
tad 53 to girls. A 23.8 per cent Wherein takeus and the will not I No. 10-2122 home. Reasonable my I
the busy days crack.
egg N. B. Zepp, owner of the Dixie property as the heirs grantees, cre- Blvd. or 585!. Phillips Highway D. rates. Mrs. J.
hcrease wa, registered in 1956 to the month of June and TUNA SALAD. One cup can Notice to AppearTo ditors or other claimants by, for your new or used mobile Henry, P. O. EtX 21*, Waldo.
Motor Court. charged that he : Willie L. Turner, whose residence % .
in Flori- through, under or againt the following home. Airstream Travel Trailers. tl'hg 5/4
ever the previous year summer. I plant my garden, help ned tuna or salmon. 2 diced paid DePew $55 last Septemberwhen and address is: Unknown.You known persons who are Contractors Field Office Trailers. FOR, SALE

Ia. with the funerals and the chapel sweet pickles, a little'pickle are hereby notified that a dead to-wit: William Kalchreuter, Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closed goat fresh- Billy goat Nanny
Bradford 16 and 17 he gave the advertisingman I suit for divorce, care, custodyand also known as William Kalch deceased Sundays. Phone Evergreen 4-3441. 135. Mrs. and kid 2% mo old.
youths goes up. juice with one-fourth cup salad an order for some picture control of minor child ; Lee Roy Kalch. also knownas 4tchg 6/7 21 S. Latterman, Rt. 2 Box
took out 76 certificates, while 37 :I must have God dressing; a stalk of celery chopped has been filed Against you in the Roy Kalch deceased; Clifford Itp
the motel.
por advertising above named Court and cause and deceased Letitia Panne- FOR SALE 7 35 Binoculars,
Issued to children in the stand the houra at Kalch. ; x FOR
were I couldn't SALE
I up, one-half cup chilled Zepp said the postcards were you* are required to serve a copy packer deceased; Vera Panne- lifetime guarantee only $41.50 at Rd. 100 4 room house on
12 through 15 age group. Stud nightOr I cooked peas; 1 cup crushed potato delivered. of your answer or pleading to the packer Zeigler deceased; Cleon Bulllngton's. tfchg $3,250.00 outside City limits
ents in Bradford County whoworked troubled day with all its I never complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor-- Pannepacker, deceased; 533 W. cash. Geo. W. Cheshier,
chips. Toss altogether and Bond for DePew has been set ney You are hereby notified that a FOR SALE Good used ft. Pratt. phone 396J.
after school hours were length, add potato chips last. Serve on at i T. Frank Land rum, P. O. Boi: suit has been instituted against Norge refrigerator. Fair prIce. Sty 5/24
Issued 96 permits while those what others $1,000.Cub I 546, Starke, Florida flood condition. Owned by Mrs. FOR
Or overlook say lettuce
once. Thin makes office of
four 'and file the original In the Faxon. See at Gay's Home Appliance Corona Give a .Smith-
obtaining work permits who Without His strength.I salads. 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on nhn n_ 1 n. Itrtir Models Portable Typewriter
not attending school totaled Pack 70 or before the 17th day of June to suit all tastes and
were have God
must -

Our drouth here is broken. We 1957 otherwise the allegations of.. WRGR 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY- pocketbooks.Bradford Terms to suit.
17. I couldn't share the grief of have had said Complaint will be taken a. STONE STATE BANK KEY. County Telegraph tf
gentle rain
I several Forester Don Champion will STONE
confessed by you. HEIGHTS FLA.. MEMBER
Work certificates are issued those days. and need for it to warm show a film on fire prevention, This notice shall be publishedonce 1490 KG PHONE 500 FDIC.WANTED OUT Sale.DOOR ART EXHIPIT and
of Who need help along life'sway week for four consecu- Closing out 50 pictures
by the County Superintendent my now and each and
to many
come out.I Cub Scout theme for the month. tive weeks in the Bradford County 500 new Bottled Gas novelties. Bargains. May
Public Instruction in compliancewith ., have my garden all plantedbut the of Cub Pack 70 Telegraph. Music & News Stationin Customers. Low installation cost. 25-26 2 to 5 p.m. at Waldo. Fol-
at the
J the Child Labor Law. This Or comfort one in need of the Fordhook Dated this 14th day of May 1957. Starke Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod signs. Rachel Bryant ,Rob-
and next Monday, May 27. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb Furniture Co. tfchg erts. Arti! law forbids children under 18 to .
peace sweet CourBy *
potatoes. Circuit
My of the
strawberry Clerk
The will in the '
work In most jobs unless they Unless I pray. patch is in full bloom and looksas meeting begin Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk The Clockwatcher Mon. thru Sat. FOR RENT-Five room furnished FOR RENT-Three bedroom furnished -,
Methodist recreation building at 5/17 4t 6/7 apartment. Will accept small house at Kingsley Lake
permits. Amy WellingtonThe 6:05 til 9:00 a. m.ith the time, for
secure if I am going to have a nice baby. 626:! N. Church St. Phone month of June. Phone 221
and boy wishingto
The following typea of em- above poem expresses just lot of berries. Raspberry briars p. m. any NOTICE APPEAR weather news, and the best in 175-W. Apply 518 N. Church St __or_ 2541. Itch/
join is asked to attend. Many Bradford County, ffchrWE
ployment are exempt from the what I feel. I am so happy most are green and will soon bloom. awards and prizes will be given.A Ia Florida Circuit| IB Chancery. music. RESORT RENTALS-Mak* your

law Work on farms outside of every minute. Busy doing thingsI Cabbage is really Havea : James Isaac Melton. Plaintiff vs. BUT AND SELL USED FUR. reservations now. Lakeview
growing. beach
domestic service picnic for Cubs and their Goldie Ellen Melton Defendant.Case Monday thru Friday NITURE. Elrod Furniture Co, and cottages, furnished
hours with
School : ; love to do. Yet this work lot of tomato out cottages with
plants 10-2192 boats.
peppers No. Phone 42. tfch Swimming
families has been planned for 6:00 Sign on and News ,
and street trades, such as selling people who are so sad can sap sweet and hot both. Native To AppearTo I.picnicking. and ''''hlng. Mrs. A.
June 15 at Strickland's Landing. whose 6:05 The Clockwatcher Kahr phone Waldo HO
which : Goldie Ellen Melton : FOR SALE-Fox Terrier puppies -3-2552
newspapers in youth are my strength. I must pray, long Potatoes are up, corn beans Each family ia asked to provide residence and address is: Route 1. 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon fi weeks old Wilhjelm U. S. or Fla.write P. O. Box 605, Earleton

aelf-employed. and often. I get up before sun-up peas, lettuce. I planted okra, I Lumberbridge, 'North Carolina.You 301 North. make turn at Sleepy __ 4t.h. II/lt
For students, the work and read devotionals, enough food for its group. Any- are hereby notified that a suit day and Tuesdays only) Hollow Motel 3rd house fromcorner. FOR
to my daily swiss chard cucumbers SAJ.F.-Fla.
more 90
one wishing a ride should be at for divorce has been filed against' 6:45: The Clockwatcher .2tp S/24 2 So Strawberries
school time together cannot exceed and scripture and say my prayer. bush beans, pole beans. So far you in the above named Court and qt. you pick them. Mark lee
the Methodist Church at that and are required to serve 7:00 First News of The World CHANNELS::: 4 AND 36. 21 in. Wes- Sfarklng, Rt. 2. Box 52-B Stark,
40 hours a week nor eight fortified for whatever cause you Fi
Then am we have onions radishes rhubarb ___ *
time. of your answer or pleadingto tingrhouse' TV. Take up payments. %tp S/81
I a copy Roundup
itAirs in one day. comes. If I falter a prayer and asparagus to eat..Soon the complaint on the Plaintiff's DahmiT'.. tfchg FOR SALE
It is a 6 Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith 7:15 The Clockwatcher -Davenport and chest,
comes without knowing. have lettuce. of drawers.
WANTED Dependable help for Martin's
I 2. Florida. Air Fruit Shop.
FUNF.RALSERVICES TODAY Building Jacksonville 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The
'few AF Recruiter habit. I love my Father. J This is Saturday afternoon. I and file the original in the office of general house work. 6 days per Un
of the Circuit Court on 7:30 Weather week. Call Mrs. Moore. 273-J or
Assigned To Starke We are busy building the new have been to the beauty shop NORMAN the or before Clerk the 17th day of June. 1 RI.! 2tchgr 5/84 PLASTIC makes and SEAT model COVERS _for_ all

It will be a thing of, and had hair otherwise the allegations of autos $21.93
chapel. my set. O 1957; and up. Installation
Clockwatcher FOR RENT Nice 2 bedroom
7:35. The unfurnished tree
taken as at
: The air-conditioning unitis home with the in it. Tomorrow Mrs. Mamie Browning Norman, said Compaint will house with stove. 1 beauty. pins
William Par- National State and I
)'{.Sgt. A. (Billy) confessed by you. 7:50 World, ,
mile North of
riah has been assigned as the new about ,finished, and the win- ia my day to go to church.I 80, former resident of Starke This notice shall be consecutive publishedonce Sports News Service Lawtey.Station. InquireGreen's phone SALE-US6 2 bedroom house

Air Force recruiting f rgeantfor dows and doors are in. The man sing in the choir, and we singan died in a Jacksonville hospital weeks each in the week Bradford for four County Telegraph. 8:05 The Clockwatcher 257%. 2tchK 5/24 Moody'trailer. Service Going at low price.

is the walls. It anthem that has solo Wednesday night. Funeral ser- Station. Hiway
Starke. now plastering a part. minute of 100, 10 miles Went
9:00 Five summary RIGHT HERE I\ STARKE of Starke.
Parrish operating out of has this new plaster board. They I am soloist. I enjoy the choir vices will be held today (Fri- OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 14th )day of May\1957. News Phono Prnnker !l4f11. Itp I

will be dusty rose. The area singing and practice. A fellow day) at 3 p.m. in Dyal Cemeterywith ( A. Darby Brand new 3 feed room CBS 10u.t'.
pews Charles SLIGHTLY
Gainesville will be in Starke Circuit Court. 9:05: Howdy, Friends and Neighbors with lara-r. kitchen. dlala", andlltlnK USED ELECTRIC .
from 12 blonde oak, and the organ from the electric light companyis Key-McCabe Funeral Homein Clerk of the Clerk Howe) rooms. larxr let and paved flange $109.35 at Shepherd'
every Thursday noon By Marlon L. Crosby, Deputy (Marion
will be blonde oak too. I will putting in a power line from charge of arrangements.Mrs. 5/17 4t 6/7 ttrfft, 4 blocks t. chopping center tfchtr
until Ministerial
about 2:30: p. m. He will 9:45 Radio Chapel ( and post office. See u. for priced
be either in the post office or play the organ and so must noon the post in the alley. The new Norman ia survived by NOTICE-TO APPEAR Association) term*. AGENTS Salesman WANTED to sell -Saleslady::: or

get it sa I can practice. We have must be all wired four daughters Mrs. Mertie .Ad- Bradford Ceuty.Florldat McNenn Products
In an office being provided for building up- IB Clrevlt ( .rt. 10:00: Cedric Adams Show FLORIDA REALTY CO. part or full time. Big profit
had an apartment built above stair and down. With our new kins, Mrs. Sally Crawford, Mrs. I* Chancery. No experience needed. Will
him in the room adjoining the Helen Daniels. PlaIntiff. vs. James 10.30 Music For The OF STARKE teach and finance
selective service office.Employment the chapel. Some day we will building we now have seven Johnnie Morris, and Mrs. Louise H. Daniels, Defendant.Case. 11:00 Five minute summary of, Trlrphear I.S83X3S today. :MrNess Co., you.P. O.Write Box

move over there. and hire 'some stairways and an elevator, 21 Parnell. all of Jacksonville; and No. 10-2190 .. :2766, DeSoto Station. Memphis
Temsie 4. .
To AppearTo Newa C..Ic. Pin.KJNGSLEV Tenn.
to live in this and attic. three sons, Carl, Carson and Notice 5/24 %tp
young embalmer rooms, a full basement : James H. Daniels. whose 11:05 Music For The Missus

Service side to do the hard work, whenwe halls closets, the large 24 by 60 I Lewis also of Jacksonville. I residence and address is: 328 Miller Roundup I LAKE LT' HT WEIGHT MOTORCYCLE
Carolina. 11:30 Farm
North for
Avenue. Statesvllle. sale 1953
Available In StarkeAn are too old to do the heavy Chanel and five-car garage. We Public Service Good modern 3 bed room furnished lent condition.Ambassador excel.
12:00 Dependable
: Con-
house en Lake front lot. dork and
lifting and ambulance work. There have made many improvements 12:15' Second News of The World bath ..u..., ...n'ant. and pump tact John Dodd. Phone 9.11!2, Box

official of the Florida State will come a day. The new apartment since I have been here. Each City Collects $6 Pot $190 In Fines Roundup .hoai>*. Price 813JOO.OO, y 9% down -177. Keystone Heights, Fla.2tp 5/31
to 6
yearn on balance.
Employment Service reminded has large living room with year seems tb be a little happierfor 12:30 Weather Around .The Nation i

residents of this area this week picture window. Dining room me than the old one. The FLORIDA REALTY .CO. WANTE-flav waitress full Waitress and night
or part time.
that representative of the Gainesville and good sized kitchen. Bath new funeral car came and is a And Bonds In Gambling Game Raid 12:35 The Perry Van Show Of Starke r>Iv Herb's Drive Inn. tfchg Ap-

office is at the mayor's office with a pink tub and fixtures. beauty. 1:00 Five minute summary of I Telephone Ave. 333S55 FflA t.R 8 x 8 x U Concrete

in Starke every Thursday Three big bedrormutility I God bless you: every one. News Temple Starke, Fla. Rlo1 l'p each. FOR vard. Mortsr -

." from 9:30: until 11 a. m. room hall, closets and will also Love Lura Participation in a card game that she had just returned to the I 1:05 The Perry Van Show FOR SALE-Three piece Maple Aluminum Mix, 'p"nt Windows., Sand Also qtppl IU'
This representative will receive be air conditioned for summer.I last Friday night in which a pot room from taking a bath when I 2:00 Five minute summary of living room suite five piece din- i" Tpd ronr" >te PTa<"ord ready En- I'

claims for unemployment am so thrilled over it. We will Same NameWith ,of $6 was confiscated, cost. the the officer entered. When she had News 7H nette cubic suite ff. 1 Cold Electric Spot stove like new.I- II'ln"prln2' ('o.. Phono 94 tfchg

compensation aid persons in obtaIning take out time to finish it, decor- players a total of 190 in bonds gone' to take her bath only one 2:05 The Perry Van Show After 4 p.m. any day anytimeSat. FOR RENT-Hon, 'e In Lawtey. Five

employment help employers ate it. and move our books over, all the different names and fines forfeited. man was in the shop, she said minute of and Sun. at 817 N. McMahoneSt. room, """rlo"" nA',.... double
e 3:00 Five summary 2tp 5/31. garage. See A. J. Thomas
or answer questions on and get some new furniture. in the world the odds .that a The game, play .- in a Reno and she did not know the game News 2tp S/S1

employment matters.Churches That we have to look forward policeman will arrest a person snack shop, was broken up by was going on. she. i 3:05 The Perry Van Shew FOR apartment RENT-Two, gas,.'room electricity furnished! and FREE 1 ROOM AND ROAPD to

tc;. with the same name as his is Policemen Shep Tomlinson and The police charged that was 4:00 Five minute summary of hot water furnished also. Apply *| ",.4 m'''*. to ,hi re horn with penn -

Of Christ Friday Don and I celebratedour riighL Carl Fillyaw and thefive Negroes seated at the ,table with $2 in at Coney Island Apts. No.2, ....IA"If'-)"_>* <-r>nnl". Reply Pox

I who'were around the her hand when they entered. She News _501_ E. Prownlee. Itp 823-R. (/0 Telegraph Starke, P1*.
eleventh wedding anniver- But this happened not once gathered
At Your
-.t The regular monthly sing of sary. I treated the men working but twice in Starke last week. table taken in custody. Four of quickly jerked her hand off of 4,05 WRGR News Parade IF two YOU WANT A BARGAIN In a ...
6:00 bedroom
t the table when they entered, the house in Hampton WANTED-Maid to clean
the Churches of Christ of Jacksonville I here to ice cream, coffee, angel: Policeman Cornelius Moore stop- the Negroes posted $35 bonds denied (World, and National) with screened back porch front on... a week. Apnlv Gold Hon office**
officers said. The woman
and vicinity will be held food cake and devils food cake. ped Chester A. Moore for run- end the fifth owner of the establishment Parade porch. Modern kitchen and bath, Office. N. Walnut St. Itchg
W R G R News
6:10 car with
that the was hers. : porte utility rooms on
at.the Church of Christ in Green' made in red in the school posted a $50 bond. money
They were the old ning a light Negroes who did not appear to (State and Local) large fenced lot with pecan treesat FOR RENT-By the w-*k .Cot- '
Cove Springs May 26 beginning fashioned way.HELPFUL zone and Policeman Shep Tom- The owner, Delores Powers' done W RG'R News Parade a big savings I have one thatis h.rAt Salt Sprine. sleeps 1%.
answer charges in the case were 6:20 being finished. am sellingat C. F. Dance, I'
at.3 of the players, Eli Gibson, Box 406 Lake But-
11.m.Everyone HINTS. I found Walter Tomlinsonfor
linson stopped an4 Weather a big loss because my job has 1.t' T'h""p HYAtt .
in Van Thompson, Willie Hall (Sports and ) fI. !;<<1. Hn
is invited. that castor oil will kill warts. running a red light in town. appeared Mayor's Court Mon- taken me away from town. Can
day and pleaded not guilty, but Sam Bennett. 6:30 Revolving Bandstand be seen all day Saturday. Avory SEPTIC TANK CLEANING _
The wart is caused by a virus But the fact that the Tomlin- were convicted and fined the In other cases, bonds forfeitedby 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Music !;Iad.. Hampton. Fla. Itp AI .t P.PnoJn'r 94<1. Up

and can be caught from cows son's names are the same ia. not
those to
amount of their bonds. failing appear ) JUST PUBLISHED: "Hell's Branch
w.C.T.IJ. or some one who has bleeding unusual for Walter Tomlinsonis I. Gibson told Mayor Jackson that Marklee Griffis,. $25, fighting; 8:00: Sign Off Office," story of the Choctaw Indians WILL BUILDWarehouse
wart. It is possible that one Policeman Tomlinson's nephew.Woodman's In FlorIda. Written by
VERDICT OF THE AGES. he was sitting on a stool near Glenn Shannon, $25, public in- Saturday1 Chief Horace Rldaught of Citra.

XENOPHON 300 B. C. might catch them too from toads. the table trying to borrow a dollar toxication; H. B. Childree, $25, Same schedule as above except For sale at Branford County

TEMPERANCE MEANS No one is just certain. When Circle from one of the players. He public intoxication; Joe Brown, 1 to 6 p. m. Road Show Telegraph. J5.00. tf To Suit Lease. Perfect
fiRST, MODERATION IN treating the wart rub them with claimed that his eyesight was too Negro $25, public intoxication; Sunday FOR SALE-One-story combinationpole

HEALTHFUL INDULGENCE castor oil every day until they : The Supreme Forest Woodman's poor to play cards. Dowling E. Blair, reckless driving 7:30 Sign On Religious programs *5V*and galv.frame roofing.farm house.concrete New on RJt, Long Term

AND SECONDLY, ABSTINENCE disappear. I have tried it, and I circle will meet in the Lion's Den, Fillyaw said that when he en- $25; Walter Tomlinson, $10, until 1:00 n. m. block steps and new electric Lease.

,FROM THINGS DANGEROUS it works. Tuesday evening :May 28 at 7.30 tered the room Gibson was hold- running red light; Chester A. '1:00. to 6:00 p. m. The Sun- Starke.wiring.. |J*.. Telephone 2tp J69-J 5/31

AS THE USE OF INTOXICATING When boiling eggs, put themin o'clock for a chicken'supper and ing a 50 cent piece in his hand Moore, $10, running red light; day Show : Write

WINES." the water which can be boiling business meeting. All members are resting on the table. Arthur Randolph $10, 'runningred 6:00: to 8:00 p. m. See Scl'ed.tile p6a'SALETwo watches. Very reasonable.good Dolph wrist BOX 245, ROUTE 2 *

with the large end in first asked to bring a covered dish. The Powers woman testified light. above Reddish County JaiL ltp Starke, Florida



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kle and tear. for those ,who knew it not; joyable the Raleigh Brannens Thursday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mc- YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester I To: Lloyd Collins, whose residence
A tribute to their elders and I want .to congratulate you on Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Brannenand Mahone and son in Bradenton.Mrs. I brook, prase-size fountain pens h and address is: Unknown.
These were the days of fierce those in the fam'ly plot. this special edition and also family, Rev:-afld'llrs. Mar- Watterson remained for a pastel shades. Only $3.69 at Bradford suit You for are divorce hereby and notified restorationof that a

beard and mane, Twas a time of reunion and close- upon the regular publications vin Falle and children and Sarah weeks visit and returned home on County Telegraph. maiden name
:; Of Centennial ties and the "40, binding ties that.you are doing so ,splendidly.Sincerely Rucker attended a picnic on Sunday. haa above been filed against yea (I. the
NOTICE OF INTENTION named Court and CAuse and
and 8" train. For ,citizen\ relations and yoursM. Hurcherson Lake Saturday night. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and you are required to terra a
These were the days our. ladies, friends under home skies. C. Stith, Executive Secy.. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland of Jack- TTTVVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNORTH Notice is hereby given that the copy of your answer or pleading to
in their glory, sonville visited with the J. J. undersigned, ,under the provisionsof the complaint on the Plaintiffs
Dear : of Columbia
Mr. Matthews District
: Chapter 20,953! Laws of Florida, Attorney Daniel A. Japour, SOS
Appeared like queens from a Hard work, determination, good- Baptist, ConventionWashington Brannens Sunday.Mrs. Acts of 1941, will register with the Guaranty Life Building, Jacksonville
Prose is not appropriate to SIDEBy .
long-ago story; humor, dedication George Williams and son Clerk of the Circuit Court in and 2, Florida. "
tell how much I and I'm sure These things that made Our Days D. C. N were 'in for ,Bradford County, Florida, upon and file the original the offlca of ',
'Saturday to receipt of proof of publication of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or
so others enjoyedthe
many really Some sewed for long hours witha such a grand success attend the grand opening of the Mrs. Carl BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA this notice, the fictitious 'name of before the 24th day of June, 1J57:
good fun and cause celebrj labor of love, Spring from the Old Spirit'point i Wyyyyy..y yy.yy. 1 I New Wiggins service station at Colonial Florist under which. I am otherwise the allegations of said
of the Starke Centennial. ThoughI engaged in business at 506 E. Nona Complaint will be taken as confessed -
To show the past's fashions from ing the destination the Corner of Lee and Adams I by yon. .
wish I could have been home bonnet to glove. That has made Starke the great HAMPTONBy streets. Mr. .and Mrs.. Grover Peters St.R.. E. Mundorff 639! E. Laura St., This notice shall be published once
for the whole week, I do believe of,Greenville, Ala. weekend Sole owner. each week for four consecutive
Still others (quite lucky) had little town of today were
weath- ; A-lc Joseph Gregory of Rosrwell Dated this 17th day of May A. weeks In the Bradford County Tele
that, notwithstanding the heirlooms to show; And the City of Promise as new Bin. D. E. 11111 New Mexico and Miss Rose guests. of Miss Dora Clark. D., 1957 at Starke, Bradford County, graph.
er I was able to perceive much From attics and closets these roll Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott and Florida. 5/17 4t 6/7 Dated this 16th day of May 1957.
I years away. Gregory, who is attending the '
.. .. .... (Official Seal) Charles A.
of the atmosphere, pageantry, a &&& && &&&&&&A. Darby
took on the glow Philadelphia General Hospital children attended a birthday' din- Im the Circuit Court of Florida, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and fun in the final day the' Of the Florida sun and looked We have tne folks to make us Baccalaureate Services School of Nursing% are visiting ner Sunday in honor of Mrs. For Eighth Jadleial Circuit, In. and ,By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
shown it Bradford County. & %!
They've / 6/11
celebration. great -
Homecoming debonair. 'Baccalaureate services will be with their parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Scott's mother Mrs. Cora Belle !. Chancery.Uchard .
S0 this is a sort of note of Proudly they showed them with Dreaming and planning and act- held in the school auditorium at : Judge S. Gregory. Jones, of Fernandina Beach. Ethel M.N. WIggins Plaintiff vs. -
thanks to those who made all ing for Those to. Follow Wiggins Defendant. 1
their ancestor's flair. 4 p. m., Sunday, :May 26. Rev. Mr.: and Mrs.'Topay Brown and :Nancy Aguiar 'of Jacksonvilleand NOTICE TO DEFEND
this I'm not a poet and And when. Future's'prize comesout To: Ethel M. Wiggins
possible. Euclid
Packham Mary Frances Norman spent
Merle of Hope Baptist Randall, Mrs. T. F. Brown Mr. Avenue .GAY'SHome
It isn't often that I'm mov- The with frame of of 'the mists, Starke will Massapequa Long Island,
very men, graced Church will bring the message and Mrs. A. H. Perry and girls, the weekend with Richard'and New York.
ed to poetry, but herein I've bristly bliss, own it; Ester Carter. You'will please take notice that
and music will be by the Hamp- all of Hampton, Mrs. Ida Par-
Richard N.
mood of the Twill give meaning to those Wiggins has filed a AppliancesYour
tried the
catch antecedents to
to Were handsome ton Junior Glee Club under the rish Dexter and Elaine Benderof Aunt Suzie Norman of Dins- Compaint against you, seeking a
Centennial (how can you do Sisters o' the Swish. words, "A Brighter Tomor divorce in the Circuit Court of
direction of Mrs. Eva Henderson. Earleton Beach had a''picnicon more.- .Mrs. :Carrie Norman,, Mr. Florida Eighth
that in a few lines?) and Long the nostalgic glamor of row. Members of the graduating class Crystal Lake Sunday in honorof and Mrs. Howard Norman, and in and for. Bradford Judicial County Circuit, said Friendly

show some of the glow that it these crinolined ladies, Remember the past, but leave are: Sylvia Childs-, John Farkas, Randall's fourth birthday: Mr. and Mrs. JohnnyAguiar/ of suit You being are hereby styled as above.
required to Norge Dealer
has given us all. You have my (Whether in the fluof youthor not dreams behind; Elmer, Hunter, Helen Pick, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hall of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner your Answer or other pleading serve f .

permission to use this any way dignified eighties) Prosper Starke! Flourish and Wayne .Hinson, Percy Sullivan, Waldo have moved their trailer guests of the Oscar Carters.Little' Adkins to said, Jr.Complaint Florida National upon J.Bank C. 0 NQRGE APPLIANCES

way you see fit. I don't'mind Will pass before our mem'riesin grow with the Right that'syour Qharles McCullough, Carolyn next to Mr. Hall's parents.. Mr. -Jimmy and Gregory Al- Building, Gainesville, Florida, on

going on record for great ap- wond'rous P'rade, own. Perry, ,Gloria Williamson, Amelia and Mrs Lynn Hall, last Satur- varez, Elizabeth Harvey, and or 1957.before the 24th day of June, 6 MAYTAG WASHERS

preciation and affection for my And we'll fondly recall the grace Like Janus, look back and Williams, Brenda Sue Hinson, Clara Dean Clark are on the (OFFICIAL SEAL)

home town. Again thanks to they displayed.The ahead; to the Future be not Ronald Starling, and Walter day.Mrs.. M. L. Watterson returned sick list. Cecile Conner is still Charles Clerk, A.Circuit Darby,Court. '0 COLEMAN HEATERS and

everybody for the grand old time I blind. Rhoden. All parents and friends Sunday from a week's visit with in the hospital. J. C. Adkins, Jr., Florida National FLOOR FURNACESWe .
we all had.L'F.n'ol. clatter of hoofs and the .. of the class are cord Mrs. Burton Bank Bldg.. Gainesville, Florida
Make our progeny prouder still graduating her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Maggie of Jack-
Attorney for Plaintiff ,
old wheels 5/17 4t 6/7 Service
creak of All MakesOf
CentennialOur that .Starke is their home. ially invited to attend. and Mrs. Don McMahon in sonville was the weekend guestof -
leather and the
Centennial's now "gone with The dulcetous squeak squeal of Cpl. Don C. Richie Our principal, Mrs. Ola M. Bradenton.Mr. the S. C. Harley family. !. Circuit NOTICE Comrt TO Bradford APPEAR Coaity, Appliances

the wind," Parris Island, s. C. Perkins, has received a letter and Mrs. L. A. Hall at- Happy birthday'to Gregory Florida i la CkaBeery.
Of the venerable fiddles these Phone 10
,Gone with the past it delightfully the sounds from John Bush, a former pupilof tended the fish fry given by the I Ray Whittaker on his 5th anni- Viola Lloyd Collins E. Collins, Defendant., Plaintiff vs.

"I 'relived; Renewed were by the Hundred-Candles' Dear Mr. Matthews: Hampton Elementary, who will Eastern Star in Waldo last Sat- versary.,, Case No. 10-2197 Starke, FloridaHUNDREDS

But the beauty and friendliness, of old Starke-town. I have read the Centennial is- graduate from the Senior _High day. I Mr. and' Mrs. L. C. Carter and Notice To Appear

homespun, ... -.r--. *."T.1 +>fm sue of the Bradford County Telegraph = School at Boy's Town, Nebraskain Mrs' L. A. Hall spent the day family, and Earl Carter and I
Belongs in our hearts And 'Twas a time of memory, fir our with great interest. You June of this year. John is well with Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson in family of Jacksonville visited

youthful good fun patriarchs grey, have certainly produced an issue remembered by the pupils of this Santa Fe, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskiiu

Will echo in our thoughts manya Of course years of toil and years in keeping with the high school and all of them join with Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Busseyand Sunday afternoon. .
grave and gay. standards that you and your Mrs. Perkins ]tin wishing !hin The Intermediate and Young
year of Valdosta, Ga.
With mellowing poignancy, twin- 'Twas a time of past's reliving father have maintained for your every success in life. with the J. H. Parkers People enjoyed a rocial at the ..
\ visited .
newspaper. This edition will be Weest church last Friday night.
Friends of Miss Betty
and Milton Mis-
students in R. H. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Racine and
to Whip
I of continuing use will be pleased to learn she has
my Florida history class. Con- been awarded a four-year schol- ners Sunday. Sarah and Billy Walker, Mae of details are managed and economically

RID YOUR HOME OF gratulations to you for getting' arship in the University of Mi Marilyn Southerland' of Lake and Sam Bonvisuto of Jacksonville attended that only a trained' and

such .excellent publicity withina ami. She attended Hampton Butler visited Iris McCulloughover Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mc- careful organization can attend when

historical frame of referenceto school in the second and third the weekend. .Daniel and family, and Muriel the urgent need for serving is at

$4.00 PESTS $4,00 Starke. grades and ia graduating from 'Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock and Allie Whittaker enjoyed a hand.

Sincerely, Miami High 'School, June 5. She visited in Jacksonville Thursdayand picnic lunch at Camp Blandinglast

R. W. Patrick, Chairman is .the granddaughter of Mrs. T. Friday of last week. Sunday.
P Portable easy to use Pressure Dispenser with sufficient amountf Department of History F. Brown and often visits here. Mrs. May Sweeney of Gaines- The Black Creek Sunday School

non-harmful solution to rid your home of all Pest in first University of Florida Mr/ and Mrs. F. P. Lott and ville vin'ted friends in Hampton Associational t meeting will be DeW J T T C. JONES .

family, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Monday afternoon.Mr. held Thursday night at Macedonia Phone 7 Starke, Fla.

30minutes. Kill all Flying and crawling bisects in one applica- Dear Eugene: Peeples, Mr. and Mrs. Wetfey and Mrs. Joe Forsyth I Church in Jacksonville. Let's Funeral Director
Yesterday I had an opportunityto Griffin, and Phil and Mrs. Thelma spent the weekend with Mr. and bring the banner home! Ambulance ServiceOur

look over a copy of your Atkins were sight-seeing in St. Mrs. Ernie Southerland in Lake local funeral home enables nj to offer conveniences and

Centennial issue. It is an unusually Augustine Sunday. Butler. HIGHLANDBAPTIST services not otherwlit available.We .

tion.STARKE well done publication.. Mr. and Mrs.' James Broome Mr. and Mrs. Otis Forsyth and CHURCH

BUILDERS SUPPLIES The information that you have of Orlando were visiting Mr. and children were visiting with their Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I -, I I I I A

gathered and the treatment of I Mrs. Frank Williams over the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe For- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and tumuli the highest type service at lowest price, and
the material is deserving of Fivth and Mr. and Mrs. Oliva 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each accept ANT life Insurance policy in force limned by ANT

Phones 45 and 333 great credit. It is something of weekend. Charron, Sunday afternoon. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. '- Rev. .company u payment in part or In full on a funeral.
r t I an art to.take historical facts I C. H. Layfield and .daughter Mr. and, Mrs. Luther Watterson George Chism pastor. Everybody Consultation carries no ebligattan.STARKEMADNESS.
and make them readable, and en- of Gainesville, were visiting with and Dot Eiland were recent welcome.








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NOTICE DcscrlftioB So T. R. Acre Owner DcscrlftloB !J. :
Taxes T. K.ACTM
Notice Is hereby given thfct the following described lands will f Owner Taxes NEU 0: NWH EX

le sold at Public Auction on the 31st day of May. 1S57. at Starke Lots 8, 9, 10 of Blk' 5. EH of NEK of ", s I ,5 A in SW Cor ;;.,..

the County of Bradford State of Florida to play the amount due for 2 In Gahagan Sip William W&ley 7.35 NEK S of Rjver I 8 22 10 A. W. Weisner 4EX2AInNECor
taxes herein set ft 32 6 22! 33 Gus McFaehlon 9.73
opposite to the same together with all cost of such
t Lot U, 23 of Blk 1 .,. '\ 0.;.*E.. T. J. Alderman .%..11
ale and advertising.! & Lot 12 of Blk Lot 5 of Lake Bed Cora at NE Cor 'ofNWK .'

Description S.NEK T. B. Acres Owner Taxes 3 of Gahagan 5'. ford Shores of SEK run
S/D Hamp Cohen' 8.35 G. W rl- W 420 ft S 315 I

of NEB EX '-;- -h' _. nett 21.76V ft for FOB. W 54 -
Drainage Ease- Com at NW Cor1 of '.A' Tracts 3D. 4D ,. ft. S 105 ft, E ,39. \ '\ ',. ,' .' r :
: < j
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ment R/W 36 6 > ; Mt : ft. to w R/W of \ .>; : ,. ,
240 Pleasant
Alfred, .V. Everett <41.81< Blk 2 S.of R 2' : : S/D .,- Jessie T. Stewart "'I /
E & run S 60 ft : : / .. 5.17A 'Rd 200. N alongW : -' ,-.' .etit" .. : ,;

Lots 13. 14 of Elk. for A POB run E _. : .' Tract 12, 13 Carl ,.' -, R/W 163.4 ft, ': ';!,.. > ,
29 in town of 60 ft S 50 ft. W''' Vollkopf SID .- Claire M. W lieft, to FOB 32 ( 22 t jU ;" L.AnneHumes LIT
New River %3-U' 21 R C. Paldree 2.45 60 ft. N 50 It to I r .j' .GUS ;" O y. ww "
N 200' of W 3O'f 1 Lot as desc DB .I, ,
POP In Temples << F 1 v ;!

EK 'of SWUEU n. 20 41 R. H. Green. Jr. 10.71 I I SID EX R/W %1' ,21! Ella Ellenoa .? 8.39 NH of NEKBeg. ,,,24 I : 22 10Billy F. Williams 81.60. 77 Page 335 33-6 2 3: A.. J.,,.,Carver. "." JIIT; ";;., 3.32
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of SW% %1' 20 40 Luclle ,E. Green 11.71' Beg at SE Cor of at SE Cor 'of'r' -',' \-., NH of NWK of ,, : .#,.""

NWK of SWK .. SEK run N on E ,. F' '-',;:; NW'EXW5A&EXIAInNE
EH of SW% of N <. '
line of > '-. 1\
Sect 24
W 60 ft N .. .. I'run : ; -( '
SWK & SEX of / f :,.., Cor 34 6 23y !: 13 Gill
200 ft E 60 ft, -\ ,' :4. .. 1593. SWly to A I Tommy 21S1
"SWUSEK SJ I 20 (0 R. H. ,. PT V : "{ .
Green. Jr. 25.7) S 200 ft to POBCom 22 6 22 Johnnie: Williams on S line of 1 -
4.72 Carl Johns
Sect 431' W of ,
SO' l
of NWK ft N 4f r ,. SE Tax Collector ,
at SW Cor of Core E 431' .to ,5 : ...
3/4 of SWU cfSWU of Florida
City Starke.
\ NW POBx 24* 1 t r' 22
}) of SW
NW4 34 a 20 % : 3' .. < 5/: Albert Nelscn, 6.56 5/17
70 R. H. Green Jr. 18.54<< run E 460 ft. N : -'-:: ,< : r. ,,?, 4th/?
Begat a pt dlv : .
< on ; .
\ 230 ft, E 100 ft :
Ski ofNWK of for POE, N 200 ft, 'bx:" I line of Rge. 22 & '. :.:: '. !. the Circnit Court ef Eighth THE RIGHT POINT for they
34 I 21' 10 Queen Judicial Clrcnlt ., Florida. IB
Esta Cant-
23 -
". ', &E& 35' S .
E 50 ft. S 200 ft, { : i:. wa write. Come in and
licg <4.87< of aid For Bradford Connty.IB you se
line .. .
W 50 ft to POB 22 6 21 Horace Colbert 7.77Beg cr. of Cfcaneery.Samuel .
Hwy 21. run S to /
Lot 3 EX 15.7 A to lake from > J. Ferrara., Plaintiff vs. .lest;your favorite ESTERBROOK
Ernest Edwards '- at SW Cor of .. POD ? Barbara Shaver Ferrara Defendant. Fountain+ Peiu TELEGRAPH
NWU of SWU & '' runwly on S
& E' of NH oft4&LotS& NOTICE TO DEFENDTo
run E. along U 0 R/W 75'. ely 72.6 Ito
Barbara Shaver Ferrara.
SH of & N Sec line 560 ft for ... Lake IB Clrcnlt
Int Conrt.
Lott to of lit 0 Bradford Cematy
N 200 ft. E : ,
3/4 of S You. Barbara Ferrara
8. Shaver are
& 10 'I 'I 20 335 Elgham Enter 50 ft, S 200 ft to ,: *w } '.. line from P<;>E' 25 A itAlbert Nelson17.72.. hereby that a Complaint Marilynn FUrldai L.IB Shampine Chancery., Plaintiff
price Inc 245.52 K Sec line W 'of <' '. .... Com at SE Cor of for Divorce has been filed against James A. Shampine. Defendant.
along U Sec line t t ,
: r ,, .
;;ou by your husband. Samuel J.
Lots 1. 2. 10 11 of 50 ft to POB %Z' 122 Levy Lenncn $f>:v.V.; 8.77 NH NWK of of NEK NWK of& '., '.' Ferrara. and you are hereby required Notice T> '..aeuTo Case No. 10-217J

Elk. i in Ward .' I .. to serve a copy of your
All EK of NWK of 5 %' run N 108 ft for : James A. Shampine, whose

City I 7 20 G. H. Parker 1.1'1 NEK N of Rd 24 6 21-10 Edward lUcks -., -' "25.94 :POP. N100ftE50 then W 50ft. 'i:; ,.,' ,-- ", answer file the on original Plaintiffs answer attorney or ,other and residence Street and address Carthage is:New 993 Alexandria York.-

Lot ( of Blk. 1 In a in the office of the Clerkof
Ward City I 7 21 Mrs.L.. A. Green 8.17 W ft 40 ft of N 105 ft S 100ft to POB 2$ 8 22 ..*. Addle Lee Davis 5.66 pleading the Circuit Court on or before You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit
of E
% of Lot 38 In Indian #H June 3, 1957; if you flail to do so. has been filed against yon tn the
NW24 oL SE'h ef ..
Lot 5 of Elk. 16 la
Y judgment by default will be taken above
named Court and
, Ward City t 7 20 Earl G. Cook 4.37'Utdtvided NEye 21 I 22 Rogers Battle 43.46 Beach Hazel Goodell Cff>, against you for the relief demanded you are required to serve cause a copy, and of

,Pedge 102.22 in the Bill of Complaint.
your answer or pleading to the
W 6S ft of
SEA of .
Int. In Done and Ordered this 1st day
SEU of NEK 23 6 22 1 Percy Sullivan 34.20 J. R. KELLY. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
SWK of 'SE* & ... I of May. 1957. at Starke Florida J. Donald Gibson, 100 Smith
all SE k of 'SWU Collector.
Charles Darby
4- Building. Jacksonville
2, Florida
Lot 6 & 7 of Bile
E of hard Rd. & Bradford County. Florida.NOTICE .
: 2 In Clerk of Circuit Court and file the original in the office
all SEK of SWU I Park Dowling r w- Ey Marion L. Crosby. Deputy. Clerk of the.Clerk of the Circuit Court on
W of hard Rd EX L H. Hartley 7.85 a Lewis D. Haines, II or before the 10th day of June

that port N of Gr. Lots 5&7 of Blk Attorney .Plaintiff 1957; otherwise the allegations of

Rd. & EX W 25 ....... 13 in orig Townof 1431 N.E. 26th StreetFt. said Complaint will be taken as
ft. 25 I 11 75 W. H. Walnwrlght 28.79 .. Lauderdale Florida confessed by you.
Starke iX'Tsn j: Mrs. W. T. Mar- Notice is hereby given that the 4t 524IB
following described lands will be 5/1 This notice shall be published
All SW% of NEU 'chall 146.73Carl sold at Public Auction on the. 7th day of June, 1957 at City HalL 'r once each week for four consecutive

N of Rd. & 3A in Lots 1, 3 of Blk 16 City of Starke, County of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
NE Cor. of SE% EX W 25 ft & EX amount due for taxes herein set opppsite to the same together with the Circuit Court In and For gr aph.
cf NWU 27 I 21 23 Carl Reddish 14.22 N35 ft of Lot 1 .. all cost of such sale and advertisingDescription Bradford County Florida Dated this 4th day of May 1957.
.. I IB Chancery (Official Seal) Charles A. Darb.v
in .
orlg Town of
SH of NWU EX 3 ,
Starke 'J .r''.'""- I PJtch 15.26 I Charles Wesley Howell, Plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court
A in NE Cor. 6 S. T. R.Aeres Owner Taxes By Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk
vs. Margaret M. Howell. Defendant.
all NH of SWU ,
N'' ot Branch 27 I 21 11'1 try Reddish. Est. n.n Com 210 ft E of NE Lot 9 of Blk 2 In ... Divorce No. 10-2169 5/10 4t 5/31
Cor of Proadway .. Notice By Publication In Salt
Sunny Acres S/D IB The
Albert Tyson 1.77L77 County Judge' Court In
S44 of NEy of NE'l n I 21 2M.. J. Thomas 6.69 & Hoyt Sts & run For Divorce and For Bradford County Florida.
N 105 ft E 52% Lot 4 of Blk 2 In To: Margaret :M. Howell. 746 In ProbateIN

SW}; of SE4! 13 6 21 .0 DorIs Den Etal 11 ft S 105 ft W 52ft aft Sunny Acres Robert Dell South George Street York Pennsyl
to POB 28 I. 22 Cyde W. Colson 34.13 vania. RE' : Estate of

1 Lot In NE Cor. ,of All W% of Blk 5 S .. You are hereby notified that a Guy McKinney deceased.
Lot 1'1 being 6&1 Lot 2 of Blk 1 of of R '4 W E of W Bill of Complaint for .DIvorce has Notice of Filing Petition For

ft. sq. In Wood- L T & Cos S/D 4? ,, Elizabeth McCoy line of NE}( of been filed against you and thatyou Final Discharge of Administrator
lawn 10 I 22 S. N. n. Starling lU2 ', j : Agt 9.90 SW} Temples S/D 21 6 23 -- 5'Rufus"- Rlgsbyr 6 U are required to serve a copy To Notice All Whom It May Concern:
:\> is hereby given that I
to the
Answer or pleading
Lots 1'1. 18 la WH of Lots 3 & 4<< I All that Portion of \ of Bill your of Complaint on the Plaintiffs have filed my final returns as

Woodlawn U I 21 20 A. Yorrls! 13.2 of Blk 27 In L T ... EH of Blk 6 S of .. attorneys Tench & Reynolds. P. Administrator of the estate of Guy
& Cos S/D .rF Frances Slocum Wil R 3 W Temples .. O. Box 468. Gainesville, Florida McKinney. deceased; that I have
.sWt4 of Lot It In llama 6.27 SID that lies in : :"', and file the original Answer or filed my petition for final dis

Woodl.awn. 11 I 21 3 Carlton G. Williams 3.16N'4 NEK of SWK EX ,. '. pleading in the office of the Clerkof charge, and that I will apply to
Blk 4 In Temples t E30ft&EXW / ', .. ,- the Circuit Court on or before the Honorable Theron A. Yawn
of NErI4 of add EX Lots 1. 3 'j t 100 Jr.. County JUdge of
ft and EX N If Bradford
.: ,. the 3rd day of June. 1951. you
SEt, 21 I 22 20 Agnes Thomas Wain- 1.6' & 3 of Blk 4 : A. A. AnnIs 22.30 296H ft 21 G 22 David Gunter 6.32 fail, to do so, judgment by default County 1957 for, Florida on June 3, A. D..
wright approval of the same and
will be taken against for the
1 Tom at SE Cor of Lot 3 & 4 of Plk 1 :. r relief demanded in the Bill of Com for final discharge as Administra
of SW4 EX NEof SEK of. tor of the estate of
NW44 in Gahagan S/D Guy McKinney
Wain- NEK & run N 18 ': < James Clark Jr. 409 plaint. .
lOA In NE Cor. 22 I 21 30 Agnes Thomas <. deceased.
s Rrlght L,69 ft, W 101 ft for Lot 7 of Blk 1 In lf, Done and Ordered at Starke, Charles M.
: Schmitt
A POE run N 115 Gahagan S/D EX %. Florida this 1st day ef May 1957. Administrator
Il of NWL ofSEI ft. W 100 ft, S / R/W I s/Charles A. Darby of the estate
i of
!, 23 I 22 10 ElJ beth Prince 115 ft, E 100 ft to '?f tIvory Morris 127 Clerk of Circuit Court Guy McKinney, deceased.

Bartell U'I POB 29 I 22 S. W. Halsten 28.34 Lot 8 of Blk -1 In re-'r i 5/13 4t 5/31 5/10 4t 5/31
Gahagan S/D EX '-, _- la
<0 '- the '
Lot 9 In Town of Beg at NE Cor of \ R/W > NOTICE TO APPEAR Circuit Court of the Third
Lawtey E of n,.. Sadie Crawford :.11 SEK of NEK run I \ Aaron Holler %.%7 IB Clrcalt Cemrt. Bradford Cemnty. and Judicial For Circuit .t Florida. IB

W 335 ft, S 330 Lot 3 of Blk 2 In Florida IB ,Chaifccrr. In Bradford County.
6 of < ft to POB then E Charles Pfeffer Plaintiff., vs. Chancery.Walter .
Lots 3. 4. 5. .. rr- ) Levy Lennon
;,. 130 ft '., 1.7Lot 7 D. Wood
Blk 13 In Law- S 50 ft Hannah Pfeffer Defendant. Plalntlf>, vs.
tey E of ny. P? Jessie Armstea4 U9 W 130 ft N 50 ft 5 of Blk 2 in I Case No. 10-Z'8S Mabel B. wood Defendant.
: '" to POB %9' 21'* Lela Buckles 16.03 Gahagan S/D Nola Harden 'I.T'I I Notice To.Appears I NOTICE TO DEFEND
Lot 1 SID ot Lot 13 To: Hannah Pfeffer whose residence To: Mabel B. Wood, 440 Sequlne

In Town of Law ttey ". Com at NE Cor of Lots 8. 9, 10 of Blk2in .-r. and addess is: 205 Tenafly Avenue. Staten Island 9, New York.
t E of ny. W. J. Barber 1.69 SEK of NEK & Gahagan SID William Wesley 3.32 Road Englewood New Jersey Notice Is hereby given that a
,' run W 350 ft, S You are hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been

Lot 2 In Dlk a In 165 ft for A POP. Lot 29, 23 of\'E'lk 2 i suit for divorce custody and con tIled agaInst you by the Plaintiff

Ltawtey E of Ry ? 0, .. Barry, Kitties 1i.17 thence S 50 ft, E & Lot 12 of Blk .'"I-: i S ....:f.a trol of minor children support in the above styled Court and you

150 ft, N 50 ft, W I of Gahagan S/D Hamp Cohen 3.82 of defendant and minor children are hereby required to serve a
One Lot 100 ft E 150 ft to POB 29 I 22 L 1L Gatlin 36.70 : has been filed against yon in the copy of your answer and pleadings

& W by 274 ft N Lot 13 of Blk 3 In' I w: m above named Court and cause and upon Charles A- Williams, 1'ubbs
&SInSWCorof "' ,. t / Com at NE Cor of are required to of Building
Gahagan S/D Samson White %.65 you serve a copy Melbourne Florida. Attorney' -
Lot 17 EX S 137 ,r ... 'r SEK of NEK & your answer or pleading to Be complaInt for the Plaintiff and file
ft in Lawtey E of ,,, 4 run W 100 ft S ., 1 lot lying in SW% on the. Plaintiffs Atterney'T. the original answer or pleading in
Ry 10 .. rt *" rertha Florence 7.17VJ 15 ft for A POB S of NWK of SE44100ftN&Sby Frank Landrum P. O. Box the office of the Clerk of the

.' then run S 100 ft ,, 546, Starke Florida Circuit Court E'radford County.
Com at SW Cor of .' . and file the the office of Starke
,.. ,, I iV501tN100ft v z' 50ftE&Was ,i ,' original in Florida on or- before the
Blk 18 & run N."0' .' ,.".. "' E, 50 ft, to POB 29 I 22 ;, William T. Bennett 44.96<< desc in DD Bk 71 '-,,_.:.":.ij d_'/ > !s, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 10th day of June 1957. It you fall
274 ft for A POB. ; : 7' Pg 215 22 I 22 .!"x" Frank Ward 3.77 or before the to do so. a decree pro confesso will
run W 80 ft. N Beg 15 ft W of NE : : 10th day of June, 1957; be taken against you for the relief
los ft, E 80 ft. S I Cor of WH of Com at SW Cor of otherwise the allegations of said demanded in the Complaint '

102 ft to POB in NEK of SE'of ., l NWK of SWK Complaint will be taken as confessed Witness my hand
Town of Lawtey ... NEK run S 140 ? run. E 460 ft N by you. Starke, and seal at
E of Ry -, Robert Austin 8.17 ft. W 100 ft to e I 230 ft, E 100 ft. This notice shall be published 11ay 1951.Charles Florida. this 6th day of

',; POP S 200 ft. W for POB N 200 once each week for four consecutiveweeks A. Darby
Lot 27 In Town 'tot ",, -220 ft, N 200 ft, ft E 50 ft S ,l''- ,'' '. In the Bradford County Tele '
:Lawtey E of-Rr\ ;'- J. W. Barber 1.95 E 220 ft to POB 29 I 22 Elmer Thornton 8.27 200ft.W50ftto < -'" graph. Clerk of Circuit Court

.. r POB 22 6 22 -- jfHorace Colbert 5.55 Dated this 7th day of- May, 193 T. By Marion L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
S 165 ft of Lot 32 ":; : lA in SW Cor of 'r i C. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby 6/JO 4t 5/31
in Town of Qaw-. Lot 4 of Blk 12 in Com at SW Cor of ', Marian L of the Circuit Court -
tey" E of Ry ,, ;.-- Jessie Lee Barber <4.87< Gaskins add Seymonne Collete NWof SWK Q1. '" By Crosby Deputy Clerk NOTICE APPEAR *

RosIer C.27 run E 460 ft. N -" /, '' 5/10 4t 5/31 U Circuit Conrt. 'Bradford
Lot 42 in Town of ". 230 ft, E 50 ft for ; County.
Florida IB Chancery 't
Lawtey E of Ry : I \ i Will LeeHarry '.15 Com at NE Cor of POP: N 200 ft. E Olof Andersson, I
I IB Circuit Court. Bradford County, vs. Signe
SE% of SEK 50 '" :
run ft. S 200 ft. Andersson
,. Defendant.
TT1A of Lot 43 In ." Florida| In Chancery
W S' -
1186. ft
W 50 ft to POB 22 I' 22'
w Smith 5.05 Case No..
Plaintiff 10-2149
Town of Lawtey 353.3 ft. then E Mabel A. Hillman vs. Yotlee
B of Ry Kittles '3.2 5 395.6 ft. S 948.8 Beg at SW Cor of 11 Louis A. Hillman, Defendant. To Appear

( a W 401.9 ft N Case No. 19216Order
ft. NWK of SWK & real-
Lot 47 & S 1/3 of v of Publication and Notice t
.' 948.8 ft to POB 30 6 22 8.3 LeRoy Wilson 1.1'1That' run along K Street.
Lot 46 in Lawtey :. Sec line 560 ft Appear State of Florida Tot L. I. N. Y.

E of Ry '_ Amelia Hawkins 21.76 port ef SWrHofNE4N&W for POB, N 200 ft { I. I Louis A. Hillman whose rest for You are divoce hereby notified that a suit

E 50 ft S 200 ft .-- :. dence and address is: Unknown.You .

Lot 49 & N 1/3 ef r ft,' of Co Gr Rd 31. 6 %2' 8 Randall F. Chltty 3.91 to K See line W" .-..r.f..;; ._,- .'r',x". are required to appear on above has been learned filed Court against you In the
Lot 46 in Lawtey .* *.r." June 3, 1957 in the above and cause and
E of : .' Fannie Stewart 5.67 along K line you are required to serve a
Ry named Court and whereinplaintiff cop1'of
NEK of NWK EX cause
50 ft to POB 22 6 21 Levy Lennon 6.05 your answer or
seeks divorce care and pleading to the
5 A In SW Cor /
1 Lot 100 ft N &: .' custody of minor child. complaint. on the Plaintiffs attorney
.. &EX2AfnNECar '
.. Com at' NW Cor of .
William D.
sby490ftE &: Bradford County Telegraph shall Morgan 501 Clark
32 I 22 33 Gus McFashlca 22.80 SWK of SWK &
W In SE Cor of"s publish this Order in next four Puilding, Jacksonville 2, Florida
run S 210 ft. E
and file the
Com SW Cor ; weekly issues. original In the office
at of
Lot 5Z In Town e1"'St ; ... 100ft for A POB. Witness my hand and official of the Clerk of ,the Circuit Court
NWK of SEK & S -
run 100 E .
on or before the
Lawtey E of '- tR1' E 221 N } seal at Starke, Florida this 28th
,. run ft. 259 ft N 110 ft, 0
James Lewis Barber 6.16 .
1 ; \ day of April. 1957. 3rd day of June 1957
152 ft for A
POB. ;
W 259 ft to POD 22 I 22 Llnnle Tyson et al E.1!
'R run 129 ft to otherwise the allegations of said
11 In Otb
Lots 10.
-.. ... 4 5 E side of Rd 13. W 66 ft of SE 4 Charles A. Darby. Complaint will be taken
SID of Lawte1' J. L. Nicholson &..ITNt. 1 r- as con-
As Clerk of said Court
sly along Rd 146 t I of SEU of NE!% 28 I 22 : 1 Percy Sullivan 13.3 6 teased by you.
.; of NE14 of ft. E 82 ft to POB 33 8 22 D. E. Knight 16.53 By Marlon L. Crosby Deputy Clerk This notice shall be
Lot 6&7 of Blk Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
SE\t & NEt of Building, Jacksonville' 2, Florida.AUfs once each week for tour consecutive
at SE Cor of 2 In'
NW4 of SEA U I n SO Clara L Bryson 13.72 Dowling weeks In the Bradford County
NW}. of SEK & 4 Park S/D l ;, .L H. Hartley 3.82: for Plf. 6/3 4t &/%4 graph. Te1e

E uo It of SEA of run N 566 ft for I -
SW of NW}. 25 I II 'I Manuel McNeal. 17.24 A tOP, run W Lots 1 & 2. of Blk -Y' NOTICE TO AFPCA8la Dated this 5th day of April, U51.
,4 490 ft. N 274 ft, 5 9 In L T & COS Ctrcmit CdBrt. Bradford. Con h. (OFFICIAL SEAL)

N 3of<< NEi 25 I n 11 Lee Kue Theung ...U E 280 ft. S 228 SID ,' -' /* t Dan Thomas 127: I. Florldai IB Chancery. Charles A, Darby. '
ft. E 210 ft, S 46 j Helen Arlene Anderson. Plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court
SE34 of NW4 of ft to POB 32 8 21 1 Harrington Chandler 12.!1 Lot 2 of Blk 12 .' vs. Robert, Lee Anderson. Defendant By Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

SW4 2 S I IS 10 John Allen 5.!7 In L T & COS ..-. AWH .. Case' No. 10-2170 5/3 4t 5/24
.ots 243 of Blk S/D : J. JT. Robinson 4.59 ffotie T. AQeD' -
SE" of SW 44 of 16 in Lincoln i I To: Robert Lee Anderson, ..whoserestcUnce

SWy4 25 I II 10 C. L &: M. Ding- City 'Laclous Cottle 4.!I Elks 25 ft NH! of .". -/ Is Corpus Christie, Texas, IB Clrcnlt Conrt. Bradford C....,..
hIder 5.6 T Lot 26 In L T" -. and whose address Is: C/o-Dunc an Florldai I. Chancery.

1 Lot as desc DB il'l CO'S SID y ". ; A. R. Randolph 6.14 Furniture Company, 1337 South Mary S. Kdla Plaintiff, va. John I
S'W" of' 'NE}; oi 77 Page 335 3S. 22 A. J. Carver USA Staples Street. Corpus Christie Charles Kells. Defendant

SE 4 21 I II 10 Robert) White U7Wlllard of Lots 3 tc 4 .. 0 Texas.
% in SE Cor of ; of,Blk 27 In LT Cale No. 16-t16S
You are hereby notified that a suit bin
... .. \ *2 ".2Jeatl.. and Netlee t.
lA In NW Cor of SEK of NEK being .. & COS S/D. I I" .. France,Stocum for divorce' custody, control and Appears State .( Florida Tei

SE>t of NWT n I II 1 ft: Crawford L7 5 105 ft sq II' 21 H 'Pearl M. Cohen !.!7 'i ,- .Williams 3.55 support of minor child has been John Charles Kells. who resi

S" ot' SWS of Blk 3 is EX '.: Lots 1, 4 or Plk 36 '! filed Pearl dence Hello and address Is: C/o Mrs.
E Lots In L. T. ft COS againstyou'.In ''the above named Rt I, Friendsvilie. Pa.
NW t IS 2Clarence Moor 1.41 0 .
4 1. 3. 5, 7. 9, 11 .I S/D T.. :-... t. ". Mai Jon Dell ioU Cour1-' and cause and you are required Jnaen are 1. required 1957 .to appear on
to serve a copy-of your answer the above
CON 25' N of Gr 13, 15. 17 of Blk J ': ; named Court
Rd 50' E of 3 EX W 83.33 ft ', Lots 3, <4< of Blk 40 or pleading to the complainton plaintiff and cause wherein
1 seeks
CAt o f HwY 101ru of Lots 1ft 3 .. S T. ft COS.. 'I, the Plaintiffs Attorney divorce cqitodr.
on E R/W 1tE'lk4 EC Lots f I .",.-..; v. to/DL -- .t'.f Lilly* ft: Lcnnle Daniel A. Japouf. .106 Guaranty control and support of minor chU -
E ... : .- Life Building, Jacksonville % ren. and alimony :'
1100' 647.8' for 1 thru C. 8 In securlty J .1 T Jackson Hicks 6.0 9 Florida Bradford County Telegraph shall
Cont E IU' HS -* .1 ,
POB. Louie F. Roberts 14.11- publish this Order In
to W R/W of RIt. 4 Blk 5 InLvTft COS ... "'pr| and file the original In the office of next four
N on R/W UO'. E 175 of WH of Add -" ; i :lira. Mike Marocca <47.35< the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Witneet my hand and official

W liS'. 8 to POB 10 U 1 Jasper D. Ford 8.77 SWK of SEU DB I or before the 10th day of June see.1! at this 29tb
1%. Page IS IS' n I Zane .Brook 177 Lots 5. 10 of Elk 1957; otherwise the allegations of day of St rke9SFlorida,
N 139 ft of that 11 in L T & COS- said Compaint will be taken as
portion of SEK of.. '. W13AofN44 Of Add <""".. : ". :Mrs.. .Mike Marueca 40.13 I confessed by yon. (OFFICIAL SEAL)

NE!% W of Hy NE% of SWK 1 7 v 22 13 James Thomas Way 2L80 ,or ,' I This notice shall be published Charles A. Darby,

BX W 705 ft 11. 221 3/4 Virginia H. Boss li.6T Blk <4< in Temples .',' .:,.:.',, \';.:,.. ,, J once each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court.
N 333 ft of that Add EX Lots 1, r ? ,' weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. By Marlon L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
1 Lot In SE Cor of portion of S% of 2 & 3 of E'lk'o..;?,.' -- Eunice Annls 3.23 Chas. R. Hess 104-05 Guaranty Life

NWK of SWK of SEK of SWU ., Dated this 2nd day of May 191 7. Building. Jacksonville Fla.
SEK being 33 ft that lies E of Rd 8NWK 7 11 1 William Henry Beg 'at NE Cor of : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Attys for Plf. 5/3 4t 5/24
N &: S by 330 ftB Smith 64.61 SEK of NEK run Charles A. Darby
& W POB being W 335 ft S 330 -Hy. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
In SH of of SE t4 & -,- 1 5- ft to POB then By Marian L Crosby Deputy.Clerk. KOTICK TO APPEAR

NWU? of SWU of Eof SEK of E 130 ft S SO ft '* ,_'. 1/10 4t 6/31 la Clremlt Cemrt. Bradford Comaty,
SEK 16 1 22 Are ell & Dorothy NEK &: SWK of W 130 ft N 50 0 .: *; Florida i IB Chancery.

Bell Howard 27.70 SEA of NEU 4 7 22 ,70'J.. C. Edmondson. 25.20 ft to POB %I' U' -_'' Lela Buckles 2.14 HOTICE T6 API-EAR Frances Damato. Plaintiff,vs. John
.- S_ ,, IB Clremlt Damato, Defendant
: ; 0r-.. J Crt, Bradford C.utr,
3 Lot 339 ftEI: Com at SE Cor of ,*5:..-=:- E Com at Ne Cor of ,_ -' o. FUrUai IB Caaaeciy. Case No. 10-2183
TT by 660 ft N ft SWK of NEU & '.10 r' R SEK of NEK & \ ,' Henry L. Hoover Plaintiff Y a. Notice '1'.Appear ,

S In SW Cor of run N 460 ft for .. Run W 350 ft. S .-.i.-. Mittle Mar Hoover. Defendant. To: John Damato whose residence .
SEU *f NWU 1T. 21 I Etta Jones 4.22 A POB- run W 165 ft for A POB Case No.< 10-2178 and address Is.* 234 Ellery (

IOOftN65ftE thence S 50 ft E } ';.' : .. ffofiec T* Appear Street, Brooklyn New York. j.
Has chIC In DB 0' Soon t, S 65 ft to 156( ftN 50 ft W ., ."of. ':' "< '/ ; To: Mlttie May Hoover, whose Too are hereby notified spat a '!

Bk 60 Pg 333 ,11...: 11 U James Cruger >tAll 16 POB 5 7 Z2' 1 Nora Sutton 7.77 150 It to POE'I f 23 .. ;2i j L M. Gatlln 1S,86 residence and address Is: Unknown. suit for a divorce care' custody 1

Ton are hereby notified that a suit and control of minor child
that portion of Com 210 ft E of Com at NE Cor of fer divorce baa been filed against you in thee

E% of Blk 6 S of NW Cor of NWKof SEA of NEK & i54i has been filed against you in ti above named Court and cause aad I
RaW TemplesSD of .NEK & run S ,, W 100 ft S .. i above -named
r run -. .. ; Court and cans aad you are required to serve a copy .t
that lies In '". 210 ft E 420 ft '_ ; 15 ft for A POB .- !.' ""- you are required to serve a copy of year answer or pleading to the
NEU of SWU EX N 210 ft W 410 then run S 100-ft ,your answer or pleading to the complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney

ElOftlEXW ft to POB I 7 22 1 Susie Miller 3.35 W 50 ft N 100 ft '_ < I complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney William D. Morgan 507 Clark

100 ft and EX N x- c E 50 ft to POB 23 I 21:>:: Wtlllam, T. Bennett IMS Mack S. Futch, P. 0. Drawer 143, Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida
296H ft 21 I 22 David Gunter 16.1Lotsl,4&E19W 0 NEU of SWU ft '.....'.. Starke, Florida' r and file the original' in the office of

All E% Of SEKof Beg 15 ft W of NE ". '\ ; ;-;;. 4 '. ani file the ertginai in the office the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
<< : SWU N of Cor of W% of '."f'. 0 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor before the
of Lots 2 ft 8 of Branch ft All NEK of SEA of :' ; '" before the 10th day of June 10th day of June. 1957 !
BUt 13 In. N-Reno ','.' ,', Frank Williams I.77 NWK of SEK W' _0 NEK run S ,140 \a 157; otherwise the allegation ofaald ,otherwise the allegations ; ef Sato
of Ry ft All SWU 0 ft W 100 ft'c' Complaint will be taken at I Complaint will be taken
2. 4 of Blk 1 of SEK W of Ryft confess
Lot to POB. 320* confessed by you. j ed by yon.
In Gahagan SID :: N of Branch. S12A 7 21 81 J.P'. Stndstlll. Jr. 167.43 ft. W 220 ft, N ', ; This notice shall be) publish eThis notice shall be putlliata
EX R/W .5. ; '-James Clark Jr. !.9 1 260 ft.E 220
to once each week lor four consecutive I one each week for font
\:t', r In SE Coriof .- POB 23 1 II' Elmer Thornton 6.CS weeks In the Bradford County Tel week In tat Bradford County eonsecatiT.
Lot' of Blk 1'ln -'c\f: ,: s NE 4 of NWU 21 7 22 12 L. B Ealcn. Eat. 1.37 'f graph. I 1'.1.

Gahagan S/D EX '- .. Lots 2' & 2 of Blk .'-., Dated this 6th day of stay 1!S 7. Dated this 7th day of may
R/VT l't. : Aaron Holley s.72 NEU ofNWU SW of r S In Gaskins Add W. E. Torode. Jr. 1.77 Official Seal) Charles A. Darby OFFICIAL SEAL) CUr).. A.. UIT.

%1 7 21 10 LL McLeod E.5 1 \ of tha Circuit Court Clerk of the. Circuit Darby
1+0 tEof131k21a : ., 1 Sq A In SE Cor of ; ;K .' By Marian L. Crosby. .Deputy Clerk By Marian U Crosby Court.

Gahagan SID ':;;',t :: :, .Levy Leaaon -;6 Ul J&W'li of NWU' 0' 22 ,,111,.. 40 Oscar Griffin 16.74 NEU of NWU 1** $23 -: 1 Basil,:W. ,Griffin 7.18 S/104t'5/Ji Deputy$/10 4t Clerk, S/31





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Griffis Of
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Communications s. Amy
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Sgt. Griffis,
clerk in
L 1 Ton Division of the Provost zone's Marshal head
# 1943 entered the Army in
do and was last
wn payment Fort Gordon, Ga. A veteran at
( M r ''jjjjl service in the Far East, he arrived -
AIR S&C* ,. in Europe in September
CONDITIONER I : i.Jtw Jw&rv**"*****? 1956.
">**M* """ His
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f 7K I Ywva MM.n nv F.L him Specialist in France.3-c-Milton R. W.

Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. San-
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i Polk. La. Specialist near Fort
....--""" : clerk in Co. C of the Hicks division's is a
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10% DOWN 24 MONTHS TO PAY 199' Mrs.recently Lime took Padgett part In of a Starke.field

n he training exercise with the 6th
Costs LessWinkler To 5' Infantry Regiment
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Now a rifleman In the regiment's
FREE DEMONSTRATION-IGNITION. Co. K, Padgett entered the Army
CLEANSING system..proved by research to filter in 1955 and received basic training
the air in a new and better way. See it yourself. l at Fort Jackson, S. C. V"
tooting ,- arrived In Europe In June 1958.


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FRIDAY.: .bases- 24. 1937Vttttttt
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..............t, ttttttt.......t.. .... and file the original In the office NOTICE APR James Jay I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor I* Ctrealt Covrt. Braf.r. Ceuty. Ruth Marie Eckert Plaintiff, vs. vs. Thomas P.. Patterson, Defendant your answer or pleading to tne ed by you. _
before the 17th day of June, Florida; la Ckne. ry. Defendant Case No. 10-2072 complaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyII. Thi notice shall be published
CLAY HILL GRAHAM 1S57 otherwise the. allegations of Vierdena Fanning, Plaintiff, YS. Notice T. Appear Case No. 10-2180 Notice T. Appear C. Baldwin P. O. Box 104, once each week tor four consecutive
said Complaint will be taken u Billie Fanning Defendant I To: Ruth Matte To: Thomas P. Patterson whose', Gainesville Florida weeks In tb BRADFORD COUNTY
confessed by yon. Case No. 10-2186 residence Eckert, whose residence and address Is: Unknown. and tile the original in the office JELEQRARH.
This notice shall be publishedonce Notice T. AppearTo Avenue address is: 224 Lake You are hereby notified that a of.the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Dated this 7th day of May 1957.
bj Sir*. J. L. StricklandMr. !Ir.. John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA each week for four consecutive : Billie Fanning whose resIdence Ton are Lyndhurst hereby, New Jersey. suit for divorce er before the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
I weeks In the Bradford County and address is,: Unknown. suit tot divorce notified that a has been filed against yon in the 10th day of June, 1957 Clerk of the Circuit Court
........AAA..A.A........ Telegraph. You are hereby notified that a .has been filed against above named Court and cause and otherwise the allegations of said I I By Marian L, Crosby Deputy Clerk
( Dated this 14th day of May 1957. suit for divorce has been filed [above named Court and you in the you', are "required lu serve a copyotX Complaint will be .taken as confess 5/10 4t 5/31
.. and Mrs. George Griffis, Walter Ratliff, who is sta OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Party against'you in the above named yua are required.to cam and _
Clerk of the Circuit Conn J serve a copy of _
Shain Goff and Mr. and Mrs. spent the Court and cause and you are required your answer or pleading ; ;
tioned in Jacksonville, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk to serve a copy of your.an- plaint on the pbintlffs to the com r ,
William Hall and daughter, all weekend here with his parents. 5/17 4t 6/7 ewer or pleading to the complaint i Alfred C, Scott. 301 Smith Attorney Building

of Jacksonville, vir.'ted Mr. anMrs. Mrs. Alice Starling returnedto -APPEAR on the Plaintiff's Attorney T. Frank i Jacksonville 2, Florida .
NOTICE Landrum Box
5J6 Starke, Florida and file the original !
Ernie Padgett Sunday af her job at the Farm Colony I. Circuit Court. Bradford County. and. file the original in the office the Clerk of'the Circuit the office of i
Florida I. CIa.. er)'. of the Clerk Court on,or "
ternoon. a the Circuit Court. before the .' .
after ,1.
last Sunday James Isaac Melton, Plaintiff vs. on or before the 10th day of June 10th day of June, 1957 .. ,..... ,
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,}.{r: and Mrs Yougan Padgettmd two weeks' vacation.Mr. Goldie Ellen Melton. Defendant.Case 1957; otherwise the allegations of otherwise the allegations oftald '" '0;: ':o- '
Hill visitedhe and Mra V. L. McKinneyand No. 103192Notice said Complaint will be. taken as Complaint will be taen. : .. ..,>
family of Clay u con ,
To AppearTo confessed by you. fessed ty rou. ,. $, ;:,, ,
Pete Royston family at Doc- ,children of Gainesville were : Goldie Ellen Melton, whose This notice shall, be published This notice shall be : -"- -- 1'$ I'
John Mc- residence and address Is: Route 1, once each week for tour consecutive once each week for published
afternoon.We of the four consecutive i .
or's Inlet last Sunday supper guests Lumber-bridge North Carolina. weeks In the Bradford County Tele- weeks in the Bradford .
attended-Homecoming serves Kinneys last Sunday. You are hereby notified that a suit graph. [truth. Tele-

: at Oak Grove Church last :Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Wright for you divorce In the above has been named tiled Court against and.1[I I (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 8th day) of May, 1957. (:orrzcul.eau Dated this 7th,)day CoarlM of May, 1957. e,. Fk5He
Sunday and heard a wonderful and children of Starke cause and you are required to serve Charles A. Darby. Clerk'of the Crrcnit Court J ., '
sermon. Our sLster-ih-law( Lizzie and Mrs. John Moody Sat a copy of your answer the or Plaintiffs pleadingto Clerk ot the Circuit Court By Marian L.' Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,
the complaint on By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 5/10
Strickland, was present to hear urday night. Attorney Alfred C. Scott 301 Smith 5/19 4t 5/31 4t 5/31 .
lint are Mrs. Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida,, -
Strick sick t.
Jim the I
her brother-in-law, Those: on and file the original in the office of NOTICE TO NOTICE TO APPEAB '
land, preach. Even though ,she Ida Jones and Edd Parrish. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,IB Cfremit Dart BraffoM APPEAR >'Cirewlt Cost, Bradford Comxty.
of Jane,, Comaty, FIorMat -
for several and Mrs. John McKinney or before the 17th day Florida] IB Chancery. Cha *IT. li
has been paralyzed Mr. of Lucy
their 1957; otherwise the allegations r Dorothy Patterson, Plaintiff,
years and cannot get around have received word from said Com paint will be taken as .
finds a to that he has signed up confessed by you.
alone, she still way son, Ottis, This notice shall be 'publishedonce
attend church services for another year of duty over each week for four consecutive "
stationed In Germany weeks in the Bradford County Tele- II :
Rev. Edward Harvey, former seas. He ia / told ;
with him.HIGHLAND. graph. am Harry C. hod's is the
pastor of Highland Church and has his family Dated this 14th day of May, 1957.

night preached, and for Rev.us Jones last of Saturday Green e.........YYY9..... .ttl By Charles Marion Clerk A.L.Darby Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk place_ to trade-- in- $Starke. .

Cove Springs will be with us I 5/17 *t 6/7 J ,.
this Saturday. Everyone invited. NOTICE-TO APPEAB (1 iLI t %

Since news is scarce thia week, U Circuit out.; Bradford Comity, Lowest Prices Easiest S '
I'll tell you about a "great fall" lj Bin. Lacy Norma Florida !. Q.a ery. Terms b e
JamesIL .
Helen Daniels Plaintiff, vs.
here not long t
that took place Daniels. Defendant.
ago. And old stray cat has been AAA&AA&.A.A..A Case No. 10-2190

around here for sometime spent the Notice To AppearTo Starke's Leading Furniture
hanging Min Freda : James H. Daniels, whose '
whipping our cats an over weekend in Callahan with her residence and address.Is: 328 Miller And, LJ Gas Dealer \ '-
North Carolina. tfchg 1 4
and raising Hardees. Avenue, Statesville, \
the yard at night parents, the W. C. You are hereby notified that a ,
Old Ned generally. So the other Mrs. Charles Mosely of Jack suit for divorce and restoration may
night, when he showed up Jim sonville spent the weekend here I has of been maiden-.tiled-name against you In the

decided he would get rid of Mr. with the 1.. M. Normans. above named Court and cans ant Your future's brightin

"at once and for all. Jim got The Brotherhood met here .you copy of are yourcomplaint answer or to pleading serve to a

is gun and hunting light and Tuesday night with a good turn .the "q the Plaintiffs A HOME REPAIRED S
Bass, 210' Clark I.
without 1 Attorney Lloyd
of the hour

urning lipped out on the porch light. He out.Mr.. and Mrs. O. W. Marr of and Building file the original Jacksonville In the 2,office Florida ot kW/LL DO ITS PART the Sunshine State!

ip-toed to the steps ,at the back were visitors here last the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ,,,
Mims before the 17th day of June: 1957;
porch, with his gun already load Saturday.Mr. otherwise the allegations of said ( IN MAKING LIVING [ t
ed, and stepped down one stepat and Mrs. Burton Coruthersand Complaint will be taken as confessed

a time. But lo and behold, .grandson of Jacksonville This by you.notice shall be' published once I IARKE If your eyes are on far horizons following graduation, here's a

Just then he tripped and madea visited \the Ruth Marr family each weeks week In the for Bradford four County consecutive Tele- QUTEANART3 suggestion: Look around you right here in. Florida and see the

high dive into the back yard last Sunday. graph. vast opportunities this great state offers:

the gun gone one way, light and Dated this 10th day of May, 1957. ",

hat another way, Jim a third (Official Clerk Seal) of Charles the Circuit A. Darby.Court. Fastest-growing state east of the Mississippi-that's Florida!!

and the cat a fourth way! .By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
way 5/17 4t 6/7 The past few years have seen a tremendous increase in population -
At the time, Jim could not seethe NOTICE TO APHRn '' "
Gouty industry commerce agriculture.
Bradford ,
funny side of his fall but I* Cora C0UT*. I lu the Circuit Court of the Eighth 1)
i In Chaucer vs. Judicial Circuit of Florida la and .
soon war, laughing about it. Bet Petty Lou Brock.Brock,Defendant. For Bradford County New jobs are constantly developing trained young men and
ter luck next time or perhapsthe Jessie Lee Xo. 10-2191 In Chancery
Case Ethel Holmes Plaintiff vs. Leeoy women are in great demand. If you want to go up in your career,
writer will be able to get olice To Appear Lee Brock, whose : Kalch, Jr... et al. Defendants. stay where the trend is up-in Florida!
out with her Kim and do the To: Jessie Marcus Hoop, Penn. Order of Publication and
residence is is c/o S. S. !Notice To Defend
shooting for him.Don't and whose address MarcusDtis THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Florida Power & is of its hundreds of
forget Homecoming at Sun, Sun Oil Company Helen Bennett and Eugene A. Bennett Light Company proud
HooP Penn. notified a of South Bend, Indiana, whose I f-1 Florida school and college alumni. Like many other Florida
You are b rrt>y chat unknown; i S SE
Hill' Church
June 9th. otherwise
Clay on residence is
care ,
suit for divorce, children Juanita Itankins and Michael Han- firms tMs year, it will help qualified graduates find their futurein
Sermon by Rev;; Jim Strickland.E"er'one and support of minor you in the kin, of Lansing. Michigan, whose Florida.
im'ited.I has been tiled against and cause and residence is otherwise unknown; / _
above named Court of McFeeters and U. P. BUILDERS SUPPLIES
copy Lea
required to serve a .A EtO'lp
are residence Is
you to the complaint McFeeters, whose
pleading =
four answer or Grafton. Virginia; Karl II. Zeig-
on the l301ISmith Kulding ler, whose residence is Cypress ,,p e45 333
I IFRIGIDAIRETHE Alfred Jacksonville C. Scott, 2. Floridatnd ,Creek, Severna Park, Md.; Joseph FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
original In the office ot C. Zeigler, whose residence is 4yes I
file the the Circuit Court on or Cypress Creek, Severna Park, I
the Clerk of married his unknown -
day of June. 1957; Maryland, and if i
before the of said wife; Karl II. Zeigler, Jr.,
BEST-KNOWN otherwise the is Severna Park,
Complaint will be taken as confessed whose residence

NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION by you. published < adis .
be ----
shall -
This notice and if married his
each week for four consecutive Park, Maryland
once wife Evelyn Panne-
Bradford County unknown ; -
in the

RANGESWATER HEATERSAIR Telegraph.OFFICIAL Dated weeks this SEAL 14th day Charles of May.A. Darby 1957. ciliary packer of, administratrix individually Cleon Pannepacker! 'and of as the,domi-deceased estate -- CHOOSE FROM PRESENT STOCK GET' IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. ., SAVE MONEY

( whose residence is 204
CONDITIONERS Clerk of the Circuit Court
WASHERS By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Cl6/7 Washington Avenue, Xewtown,, .
& DRYERS 5/17 ennsylvania; Cleon L. Pannepacker
.- Jr., David Pannepacker and Anna
.*,'* Bush the residence of each tyf

Get The Best For Less known whom is persons unknown claiming; and any all un-Interest -

At (. Clrcnlt NOTICE C. rt.TO Bradford APPEAR, Coor u, property in as the the hereinafter heirs, grantees described, cre-

L.pease flnrldai Turner Turner!., Chantry Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Willie ditors through,or under other or againt claimants who the fol-are by PICK SAVES

lowing known persons
Smith'sSales Case Xo. 10-2132
Garage ,
dead to-wit: William
iotlee to AppearTo whose residence also known as William Kalch, deceased and

,- You: Willie and are address hereby L. Turner Is notified: ,Unknown.that a- Roy; Lee Kalch Roy, Kalch deceased, also; Clifford knownas

Letitia Panne-
and Service Kali-h. deceased;
suit for divorce, care, (custody Vera Panne-
We Service All Makes of and control of minor child packer, deceased;deceased; Cleon
has been tiled against you In the packer
Electrical Appliances above named Court and cause "4required 1'annepaeker, deceased;
notified a
You are hereby
60fl N. Temple Ave. ,ou are to servo a copy suit has been instituted againstyou
answer or Pleading to the
in the above named Court and
PHONE 120 complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor- [cause wherein Ethel Holmes is

and and each of you. !
BeyT plaintiff you
Frank Landrum. P. O Box
and also Lee Roy Kalch Jr.. E.
54flour 6, Starke. Florida E. Wiasdin Lester. Kalch. Ruth p r r* <"- today

==- Kalch, Leah Kalch McFeeters, R. .
.B. McFeeters Marguerite Kalch r
I Wollard. Samuel S. Wollard, Jr.. .'- :--i-, ,:' ;' I ,
'and Pearl Kalch. are defendants; ,
RAUM'STV I that the property involved in said
'suit is situate in Bradford CountyFlorida "
and described as: ".
& RADIO SERVICE North Half of Southeast Quarterof
Northeast Quarter (NVi of AE Q
SE'.i! of XW'.) of Section 21, .J
228 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida Township 7 South Range 22 ,." %0'

East; ,.. _.
that the relief sought is the parti- 'x N a IsW
tion of said property and the establishment W-
and satisfaction of
PHONE 509LATEST certain equitable liens between the
parties; and you are summoned, "
ordered and required to file your -"- "... -j _
written Answer or defenses to the -
Amended Complaint as to said ...
SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT Parcel 2 in said cause In the officeof .
the undersigned Clerk of
INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT Court in Starke; Florida, on or
before the 26th day of June, 1957
and to serve a copy thereof on
Sensible Prices Hollis V. Knight, plaintiffs attorney :t,-
whose address is Starke,
Florida, on or before said date
Results Not Excuses required by the Laws of Florida
and the Florida Rules of Civil
I Procedure. U you fail to so do a
F--- : =-- -=-C= decree pro confesso will be entered :rNmxifNNH
I against you for the relief. demandedin
the complaint. '" : ,
this order and notice shall be published .,
USETuxedo once each week for four
consecutive weeks In Bradford
'County Telegraph, a. newspaper
published in Bradford County Flo-
rida and having a general clrcula-
FeedsFor ilion In said County. .
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
I "said Circuit Court -of Bradford VWW%
County Florida, and the seal of
said Court, at Starke Bradford
County Florida this -17th day of
I May '1937.CIRCUIT. 4I 4i 4i f
Charles A. '
Developer Clerk of the Circuit Court of '
Bradford County Florida ,):;: '
->j.. % .
Hollis V. Knight q" (- ** *' '"' "
% Laying "A :
I ,
StarterCHlClll Attorney for Plaintiff 4/24 4t 5/1
: J
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.....I la Florida ClrrBlt IB C..Chancery.rt. Bradford, Covatr.. ----r,w e have an excellent selection of Mercurys in stocka wide variety'of body types, and 'colors.- You can i it.; ,

Special Corn & Wheat Scratch Theodore C. Jennings, Plaintiff, vs. ., -*% .

Lois Smith Jennings Case', Defendant No. 10-21S2 :' ;4',-' -.g et .immediate delivery on many models. And when you choose your Big M from the models we have

$3.85 per 100 Ibs. Notice T1 AppearTo *;* ton
: .Lois Smith Jennings whose
HOG FEED residence and address is: 858 'W. display_or in stockwe are ready to pass big savings on to you. And this is just the first way
PORK-MAKER list Street, Norfolk Virginia. l
You are hereby notified tnata,, \

has suit been for divorce filed against you-IB Ce ? .- ,you save! Mercury's record-breaking sales enable us to give you a generous allowance for your present

above named Court and .
cau. aa4

Baby Chicks and Poultry EquipmentK3D I you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of car. The sooner you act the better chance you have to get the Mercury of your choice at important sayings. it

complaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyWilliam i '. # ,t
Roach Killer D. Morgan; 507 Clark ,
Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida .
and file the original it. the ottic .ilJ
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB .. ,
Magic Bloom Gro-Tone For Flowers or before the
10th day ot June 1957; I MERCURY for 57

And Gardens Premier Peat Moss Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken as'et confessed said with DREAM' DESIGN .J'

by you.
Tbis notice shall be publishedonce
each week for tour co...ecuttv.
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO. weeks graph. In the.Bradford County Tel.. McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSCourt

Dated this 7th day of May, 1957.

539 E. Call St. Starke, Florida (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charlei Circuit A. Darby Cour' & Jefferson SU. Phone 447 Starke, Fla.I '

By arian L. Crosby. Dennty, ClrV i /
5/10 it 5/31 .. .


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