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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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ij 1 VOLUME SEVENTY-EIGHT STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY SI, 1957 '
NUMBER FORTY-NINE


State Team Makes Baccalaureate, Service Sunday NightTo Sen. Johns


.o.r ..' Begin Seniors' Graduation Week Stops

: J School I IM
.' I Survey; I
: J Baccalaureate services in the First Baptist Church Sunday Police Chief Bill

.-. night will mark the beginning of graduation week exercises' for

Report To ComeA the'78 seniors 'in the class.
graduating
Vicki Byrd, a 4-year-old, blonde miss, seems to enjoy the inspection '
:50 The Rev W. S. McAliley. ,, pastor' of the First Presbyterian Says Election
YoungstersAre being given her foot by Dr. James D. Conners, orthopedic 'Democratic' Way
Church! ideliver the "Live ; <
That You
surgeon of the Florida Crippled Children's Commission. Assisting ,four-man team from the sermon, May Live. I I Power Bill
The services begin at with Passage Uncertain
8'p.m. special music the
Dr. Conners is Mrs. Sarah MeCullars, district orthopedic nurse. At State Board of Education I con- provided by

, ExanilnedInAnllllaICIinic right, 7-year-old Neal Hazen has the progress of a leg condition ducted a Survey'of BradfordCounty's Glee Club. I[ State Sen. Charley 'E. Johns has turned thumbs down
on
schools last Thursday Commencement exercises will be held next
Friday night, the
doctor." City of Starke's
checked the
by proposed bill
to
make the chief of
and police
Friday studying the building June 7, 'at'the Bradford High stadium, with,the ceremonies be- post
needs and financial problems.The appointive instead of elective and indicated that he will

findings and reccomenda-: ginning at 8 p.m. not allow the bill to clear the Legislature to be voted in

Summer Program Slated tions of the survey team wilt be, f Nancy Lee Bates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates has the September election: on

Fifty children were examinedat included in a report to be madeat been named valedictorian, and Frederick' J. Pellum Jr., ,son,of The reason given by Sen. Johns J

the annual Crippled Children's 10 Get Underway June 10 a later- date.- .. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum, s lutatorian.Dr. for this action, was' that electing

Clinic last Friday at the Bradford The survey was a required step I Robert B. Meyers of the University of Florida College the chief was "more democratic"than Starke DoctorIs

, County Health Department. I The annual enrichment and recreational cipate In swimming classes. These before any capital outlay funds: of Education will deliver the principal address at the gradua- the appointing method.
The can be spent for any project, In a letter to
Clinic was under the aus I City
program for county activities will be under the direction ; :tion exercises. ,Awards will be presented to outstanding seniors Arch Attorney
suggested ofthe Thomas Jr.
such moving Cleared
pices of the Florida' Crippled at the Johns wrote: In
Children's Commission in school students will begin Tuesday of Ml!. Anabelle Devlin, library Heilbronn school to Starke, by High School Principal Beecher W. Payne and the -diplomas "I have discussed this with

cooperation June 11 with varied activities a
,
work, Eldon. Mathews, mu- be undertaken.The 1 will be presented by School Superintendent Harmon Morgan. number of
can
with the American Legion people in Starke
planned for both ,the elementary sic director, and C. L. Overturf, and
Post 56 and Rotary Anne and ,high school groups, dramatics specialist This school program outlined they are of the opinion, the $25,000 SuitDr.
Of the Starke Club. programwill by the team as' the' result of I same as I am, that
Rotary
L. H. Gibson, director of the pro- start after the swimmers it is the
The Clinic was staffed with gram announced'this week. have boarded the busses about the survey will !nclude net only Court Sets Price On Roadway democratic way to leave it as it
specialists from projects to provide additional is and let the
including
Jacksonville Activities for elementary students 8:10 a.m. people of the Calvin J. Houpt, Starkephyscian
Doctors Hugh Haston, will include' instructional housing and facilities but will City of Starke elect the ,
Daily LunchesP. Chief Wednesday
Harry L. Collins, and James J swimming for beginners, recommend ways to finance these' of Police in, the future was cleared morning
library T_ Nolin, principal of the To Rowell Lake At Near just as of charges of negligently -
$3,000
Conners, orthopedic surgeons: :work, crafts, music, dramatics, Starke Elementary School stated projects in the light of the school they"have since we have had a applying treatments to a

H. G. Skinner, pediatrician, and baseball skating, ping and financial condition. city. patient's
pong that the cafeteria, under direction I, arm by a six-man jury
B. L. Morgan plastic surgeon. other games. Students must ben of Mrs. School Superintendent: Harmon '" flPmAiIPQ+U. II'. In a $25
Sarah Hunter, cafe Trial of the Rowell Lake road- Wall's figures also included ----.v y VfJ POO damage suit.
$856.15
Others from Jacksonville included i attendance for at least one Morgan said that survey team Thomas,
teria replying The
to
manager, will serve a regular way condemnation suit ended abruptly for materials and labor this let- plaintiff, Mrs. Virginia
two field nurses and a secretary full school term to be eligible to 25c lunch to the summerprogram members also indicated that their Monday morning when the fence. to ter on behalf of the Council Horn, contended that her arm
from the commission! a participate. students if a sufficient report will also recommend renovation put up .a urged passage of the bill was seriously
first witness for the To saying: damaged during
estimated
county -
physiotherapist, two nutritionists, Swimming classes will be held number 'will attend. Students projects for existing build compensate for "damageby "I should think that the treatment
are t I the value of the property nuisance," the possible dam- democratic by Dr. Houpt when he
and representatives from the Vocational within the Camp Blanding reservation requested to turn in the lunch ings. way should be for left it under a
plus diathermy -
damages at figure evidently to you machine
a age the remaining land which to
Rehabilitation, Bremer at Kingsley Lake. Stu- money on arrival in the morning. introduce this bill and tl! for an hour.
higher. than the n
Brace Co., Jacksonville Brace Co., dents will meet at the Starke Following the lunch property might be caused by persons and allow our
period people
Ladd Elementary School at 8 to To Recieve owners had expected to be con- traffic using the road, Wall seta to make the Dr. Houpt testified that Mrs.floss' .
Spencer Shoes, and Camp a.m. Mrs. Devlin will ,exhibit educa Clay decision in the referendum
sidered by the county. figure of $850. elec- arm was under the machine -
bells Shoes.Assisting. board school busses which will L tional films until about 12::30 tion which the bill
p.m. ,After conferences between the After Wall had finished would call I for only two 8 minute treat-
in the Clinic were transport them to the swimmingarea. After this, students may check testifying for."

Dr. A. Y, Covington and membersof .. Swimming instruction will cut books or return home. No $20,000 In Lieu contesting parties, Circuit Judge for 'the county, Sigsbee Thomas pointed out ments and that it is impossible
be John A. H. Murphree directed Scruggs for that under to turn the machine too highto
the Health Department f.taft under the general direction of elementary activities are sche ,attorney property the bill the chief up
and volunteer lay workers including J. C. Hobbs, assisted by Mrs duled between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. that this figure, $2,687.30 plus owner J. M. Edwards, asked appointed by the would be do any damage. It wouldn't

Mesdames Elsie Hazen,, Nina Andrews, T. L. Casey, W. Parents are asked to provide for attorney fees of $318.73, be 'the for time to have'a conference by the Council, not burn a patient if left on indefinitely -
Of TaxesThe mayor, as Johns
Mae Thomas Sr:, Ruth Reddish,, E. CriswelL J. B. Dick Hugh their children between these Blanding amount of the award. >; with his client Later both par- seemed to believe. had he said.

Betty Register, Alice Graham,: Ingram, and L nnard Register. hours. .. County Attorney Mack Futch i ties conferred with the judge But in the last I Dr. Glenn Summerlin, testifying -

Joan Chitty, Myrtice Dennis,Bill Adults of the community who can Baseball for elementary students Florida Legislature last said later that he had expectedthe and when the court was called exchange, Johns still letter in the for Mra Hoss, said that too

Sinclair and Mary Covington. help with this program are urgedto will be offered at 3 pin week voted to? give Clay County t witness, realtor J. E. Wall, to back into session, Scruggs asked. his decision,not to stuck by large a dose from the machine
act
contact Mr. Hobbs at the until 6 I.I a windfall of $20,000 I testify to a considerably lower for directed on the bill. would burn
a
Lunch served consisted of an I p.m. on Monday, Wednes per year verdict, which was He said he cause a and that in
abundance of delicious sandwiches Starke' High School. High school day, and Friday afternoons at the by pasa'ng a bill requiring the figure. given by the judge. j I opinion that the was still of the his opinion Mrs. Hoss had suffered -

prepared by the Rotary Anns, students who are classified as BHS ball park. Parents are ask: State Armory Board to pay that Wall explaining his figures, The decision of the court does elected, not chief should be 25 per cent disability from

cheer; crackers furnished by; advanced swimmers may earn extra ed not to p rmit. their children:r amount in lieu of taxes on Camp said that he placed the value of not make it mandatory that the Change appointed.No the treatment.

'Merrill Edward, Coca-Cola, and I school credit'by assisting,with 11 to enter the field until the scheduled Blanding property.Sen. the 1.7 acre of land which constitutes county purchase the property.The "I cannot see Needed After the treatment from Dr.
this activity. Swimmers will re hours. Adams of Oranre Park the roadway at $981 any need to
milk donated by Graves Home I I commissioners still have the change our Houpt Mrs. Hoss said the arm
Dairy.Dr. turn to thS/ elementary school: Skating, ping pong, and other and Rep. Saunders of Clay County which includes lake front prop- privilege of refusing to go ahead time," he wrote.present setup at this became "bruised looking" and

Covington wishes Jo express about A 11 a.m. .1 I indoor activities for elementary who steered I the bill to' pas :I erty at $20 a front foot. with the acquiring of the road' whether the Council He said that I she went to see Dr. P. G. Feloa

his thanks and appreciation I regular morning program of students, will be offered from 3 sage, pointed out that the 70- Since it is required that cattlebe way. It is possible that did the or mayor Some of the tissues had begun
library work, crafts, music, and p. m. until 6 p. m. on Tuesday 000-acre National Guard kept) off of roads they I appointing was 'not the
to everyone whose efforts made dramatics will be offered elemen- afternoons 'at ... training. county may attempt an entrance to the basis for his oppor.'tion. dying and had to be cut away,
this annual clinic successful the USO Building. center constitutes 17.7 per centof lake at different' she said.
a With
tary students location : the
who do not parti- Nominal fees will be on I regular session of
whenever for charged the total area of Clay Count New York Giants'nfC3mp the theory that it: would be less I the Legislature slated to ,close Dr. Felos testified that he
necessary. replace- ty but does not: produce anytax expensive than this
Graham Soldier's ments. paying'the'pri "I! weekend, 'none of city's lo treated Mrs Hoss' arm with

Unique Talents High' School Activities The''sponsorsv revenue. 'maintabftKa1fthe ,set l.b) theproceedthg.? '\w- I *cal .,bills .J1.as, ,been, passed.,.? .. ointment and' soaks,%*but would

Afternoon actiViti' for high state : P Set 'Council members have taken riot'sSy'lf'the damage ..a:1'caustedby -

Featured In McLemore's school students include baseball and mineral, by, off marketing the National timber Youth AdmitsRobbing 'a wait 'and' seettitude concern the machine.
ColumnSgt.
I from 3 p.m until 6 p.m. on Guard reservation, has benefitedfinancially m ing their power bill which has In his summation to the jury,
Tuesday and Thursdav____ for bnv_ yet to pass the House: Contro Mrs. Hoss' attorney
n --- --oJ and at the same time Here Next Week StationA Mabery A.
Ottis Softball for girls wilibe coachedby versy over the bill has arisen Carlton of Jacksonville
M Kinney, son of Mr. wife," Ottis 1 Entered into competition with! I hit at
answered. from
"She'spreUy Mrs.: 'Andrews at the I suggested the
'and Mrs. John McKinney of Gra- softball the private landowners of I II amendment to defendant's contention that
Clay
good but I'm better. I'm field of BHS on Wednesday and 22-year-old man was "held I I the bill, amendment the
ham machine
now stationed with the U.S. 1; The I opposed: was harmlesa
claim New
County. They that the I
Giants'
-I York annual I
Thursday proposed in County jail this week the
afternoon I by
always from 3 charged City Council. "With 'all
in
.Army Germany, is a very versatile turning out bread, and p.m. $20,000 payment "would baseball tryout will be the safety devices ,
until 6 camp conducted with breaking and
young man. He's a two-time rolls. I cook faster than she does, I pm. 1 probably be less than' 10 per I I at the Bradford'High Service entering Tin/s 'Proposed ChangeThe on the machine, there must be
High school students I Station on South Walnut: amendment I
winner of may enjoy which
the some
would
Silver Star for: danger, he said.
cent'
too. f of the total annual School
income stadium \
skating, on June 7 and 8 street
bravery in Korea. He also sews ping pong, dancing, and Saturday nightThe allow outside. power companies Dr. "
from the Houpt's
and cooks. Rustle For Self (Continued. on Page 8) property. under the supervision of Giant 'youth, Harpld Hodge, had I to resume service to attorney, Jack
premises
Camp Blanding, a World War scouts Nick Shinkoff and Herb been Wayman, termed Mrs. Hoss'version
Not long ago Sgt McKinney, By this time columnist McLe- employed at the station for which they had served previously "ridiculous
II
and
base a
military Thomas. story"
was
conveyedto
one day last week. Sheriff P. D., but 'which had
: driver
now a for USAREUR discontinued
more sensed a good story and RegistrationFor the State following the war, Successful candidates in the Reddish said he Is service suggested that her arm injurieswere
on for '
probation
Headquarters, was assigned to I a while 1m been
.drive columnist Henry McLemoreand wanted to 'know just how Sgt.I but the federal government has I: tryouts. ,will be_ offered.. New .York for crimes committed in u Alal'hll_'____-,_ ,'ed hv. Tfon..... nov rv__>"sugger "..ai-. caused by home treatments.He .
---
his wife, Mary. on an auto McKinney got started on his 1st GradersSet authority to regain control of it contracts, ana will be assigned} County. and Sen. Johns as--J--well as' the"6 ,in her also hinted at contradictions

mobile trip in Germany. McLe career of cooking, sewing, and in the event'of a national emer to one of the clubs in the farm Reddish ,said that it was esti- Florida Power & Light Co. testimony.

,more found the Sergeant and his winning medals for bravery. Next Week gency. system. mated that the youth took be- City officials seem uncertain Jury members were Arthur A.
varied accomplishments so interesting "When there's The bill provides, that the The tryouts, starting at 10 a. m." tween $35 and $40 in silver from whether or not Conner will Edwards, Jeff L. Lewis, A. H.

that he wrote a syndicated as many kids in I Registration for $20,000 will, be distributed as each day, are open to boys,,17 the station.. When he was arrested II the bill without the pass Harley Jr., E. E. North, OliverF.
column about him.Seulng a family as there are in mine,: ing the first pupils enter- follows: $$5,000 to the county and above. Candidates are requested $2.86 in pennies and $5.85 change. suggested' Gorrall and Ewell Lawson.
*
Machines you have to learn to rustle for Elementary School grade at Starke commissioners; $5,000 to the Clay to bring their own uniforms insilver, was recovered, the sher- Council members said at the

During the course of the trip yourself pretty good," Ottis ex be held Friday, June next 7,year from will County Development Authority;: spikes and gloves. iff slid. meeting last week that their Bradford FFA'ers

: Irs. McLemore happened to say I plained. until 11 a. m. at the elementary 9 and $10,000 to the Clay County I Thomas a Starke restauran- The sheriff said Hodge admits opposition to the change wan

.something about, portable ; School Board. I teur and former player with the robbing the station, but claims
sewing "About your medals?" McLe- school office Principal P.of.. "; not to block. the power company Choose Officers
machines. That's when Sgt McKinney more Nolin announced this week. Giants and Boston Brave" said that he climbed .in through a from resuming service to such
inquired.
broke his hour-long si To enter, a child is required to Pack 70 Views that the.boys are expected from''I I window., There is no evidence that premises, but to enable the city I officers
lence."They're. "Got 'em in Korea," the Sergeant be six years old on'or before Forest FilmCub most of the cities in this area. he entered the building this way. to retain control of the power elected last week by

an eyesore," he ex- said. "Eighth Regiment, Dec. 31, 1957. Every In past years they have come the sheriff said, and it is believe situation in annexed areas. the Bradford Chapter, Future

tcl&imed, never lifting his eyes I First Cavalry, Dog Company. submit the child's parent must from as far away as Pensacolato that he had hidden in the bUild- Practically no opposition has Farmers of America, were J. T.
birth certifi- Scout Pack 70 held its
from the road. find out what their chances ing and waslocked hi Parrish, president; Jerry Suggs,
Heavy weapons." cate at the time of registration.If regular meeting : when the arisen to the bill to set up a
Women like 'em, though" Monday night were, in professional ball, he station closed. vice-president; Ed Mosley, secretary -
"Mind the parents do not have with 75 group system of voting in city
and
a parents cubs
:IMcLemore replied. telling me about the Silver pres- Robert Underhill
Reddish ; treasurer
said the -
'Teahfi they do," Ottis agreed. Star?" asked McLemore."No birth t certificate for the child, ent. A film entitled "Dead Out" said.During the, .wen! years the try- indicated he will plead youth guilty has elections.Senate This and bill is has expected passedthe /to ; T. J. Mann sentinel, and
should
they for '
apply was shown
"My wife wants a new one for sir not one now by Don Champion, conductedhere when Roland Stern, reporter.
.
particularly.Got out, has, been brought before intact.
camp County clear the Legislature ,
Christmas, but if she and get it to the school office farm for ster. David G. Young,
thing it'll be. the cabinet gets kind.any I'd it in 1950 I believe. Had by Sept. 1.. Nolin said. radio dispatcher with the Florida 22 players have been signedup Judge T. A. Yawn for a prelimi- Sen. Johnr, has, also stated that' Also elected were delegates to<

most of stomach shot child Thomas said., nary hearing. If this happens I he w'ould not pass the county's the state FFA convention to be
rather give up sewing than have my away: Every registering should :Forest Service, also gave a brief I
one of those portables around the; Half of what's left is catgut if complete all immunizations for talk about locating 'fires in his it is .possible that the Judge will I proposed zoning till in its present held in Daytona Beach June 10-
turn Hodge over to Alachua form, according to County 14. The delegates, will be Jerry
communicable disease and' M.P.H. Chase
\euse. you know what I meant." during the area invited the boys ,to 775
County Authorities, instead Sugg, J. T. Parrish, John Alien
of Mack Futch. Futch
Attorney
Made summer, including booster shots, visit his
Dress "Bother '!'you much?" asked tower to see how it is
transferring the"case to, the Circuit said that Johns is opposed to Shadd and George Bradley.
"Do and during August
you sew, Sergeant Mrs. McLemore. every begin operated. Nets City $64
:McLemore asked. "Sometimes" ning'pupil should have a thorough Refreshments were served by Court here. the bill's provisions setting up a Roland Stern was presented:

"Sure all the time," Ottis ."Ana. ,, 0 t tis replied., physical! examination, Noun said. mothers of Den 5. _, ._,..__ -u.. .__ system of building permits and with a mailbox and PTA stand
replied. "When we first got married ful how i nave to eat.10 DC pretty ;care cnarges 01 eCKle5S .urn U1 Johns Votes For inspections and is in favor of I. for .being the member with the

my mother gave wife and running a ,red light resulted changing it to require buildingsto highest overall scholastic average
my
some she cloth to make a dress and his It Silver seems Star'when that' McKinney his position got BHS Loses Championship Contest; from morning a police chase in which early speeds Monday Three Per Cent cost a minimum amount. '. during the school year.

spent a ''week looking for
pattern. Finally, I said I'd make a the was communications overrun, and along jeep .that with had it f of 115 m. p. h. were 'reported been by Tax Abundant Yield' From New Rye It
have On
to GroceriesSen.
her dress Ends Season With 7 Starke policemen
and a sewed her, so a I good just one.sat Since down all the artillery controls, the air Wins 10 LossesThe I reached. ,,_
support controls, and the
one con- violationswas a
then I've made all the kids' overalls nection' with Char!ed with the Charlev. P,. .TnVino nf.
Division -----
and things like that And I Headquarters. Bradford High School! 2 errors. Stephen F. Alvarez who forfeited Starke was among the 20 Florida tI

tailor all baseball lost out a bid Then $64 in bonds when he fail- ..
my own uniforms. SurroundedThe s-juad .in in the fifth Santa Fe senators who voted Monda for -

"Can you cook, too?" columnist vital jeep had been-aban- for the Keystone Conference broke the *deadlock and won the ed to appear in Mayor's Court a three per cent sales tax on

:McLemore ventured to ask. doned in 'a small crown in the fifth inning of ball game. Monday. groceries to raise an estimated _
village, surrounded -
"I bake a lot better than m by red Chinese, and Ottis the championship tilt I with San- With this championship contest Policeman Carl Fillyaw told 191 million dollars in new tax .' 1w' ;;

had volunteered to'return for it. ta Fe last Friday.In the Bradford High School Mayor W. T. Jackson that the revenue in the next two years. '- : f'' ': -

Youth Drowns that 'deciding fifth' frame, squad finished its char.3 took after Alvare2 The Senate -.
This is,how it happened, as described season with place vote wan 20 for and 1 r % ,
in McLemore/s'column: the visiting batsmen 'combinedtwo seven wins and 10 losses. had made two fast trips throu 17 against _

In Kingsley Lake McKinney crawled 100 yards in singles and two walks to McGee continued his strikeout the. city. The bill was passed in spite of j I

a ditrh.' under. -fire_ -simi- then. score two runs and break a 6-6 pace by whiffing 13 in the fray All the police saw of Alvarez'scar the fact that Governor Collins

sprinted for the jeep. He was: I deadlock. These two tallies were while Santa Fe's' star, Kenneth the first time he came said last Saturday he would I _

A 16-year-pld Jacksonville boy hit just as he got in.. but crankedit the last scores of the ball game Moore, framed 8 Starke men. I I through was a "blur," Fillyaw "strongly, disapprove" any sales I

drowned in Kingsley Lake Sat- up and headed back for the and all that was needed for San- Bill Alderman war ,the, leading I,I said. The second time it was the tax on groceries and medicine and '

urday while on a school picnic. American lines. He was seriously ta Fe' to win 8-6. hitter for! BHS, connecting for same way. Fillyaw said that the declared that the Legislaturemust :'. r

Witnesses said the youth, Max wounded on the way, but stayedat In the first inning it looked 2 hits in his 4 times at bat. I police were waiting the third find mme other source to :' ., ,

Rhett, son of Mr.' and Mrs. the wheel and made it home.I I like a runaway for the visitors- Coach Clifford McGriff expectsa time and took cut after Alvarez. raise the millions of dollars nec- .; ,
Charles G. Parker. was In a made 3 hits off of Curtis I ..,/ :'i/: ,
I "Soundsfas it you might have as they promising ,team for next year The polke were unable to fol- essary to finance the record- '- : ? :;

group swimming from a raft 'He I gotten something higher than a I McGee's offerings and with the and the year after since a good lOw Alvarez far enough to catch breaking ,spending already authorized ... < .

slipped from the raft, witnesses' Silver Star," McLemore told the aid of an error brought 3 runs number of the team mates this him, Fillyaw said, but they took at this session. I

said, and when he failed to return Sergeant in. Two more runs were addedin year were sophomores. Those down his license number and be The bin now goes to the House r

to the surface the others "%VelI, I was recommended for the third frame by Santa Fe leaving the team through graduation was apprehended-the next morn- of Representatives., : -

became concemed1. more, and some officers are still to make the aore 5-0. will be Joe Harden. Kenny I" A 16-acre stand of Gator Rye,arecently developed variety Is cut

Parker was pulled from the working to ,get it_,boosted, but But in the bottom half of the i Parrish (captain),.. Bill Alder- ingOther .'\ forfeited in Mayor's Farm Bureau down by a combine on '7. W. Hamilton's farm near: Brooker. Re-

water and artificial respiration rm satisfied... got. back, and the third the Starke batsmen cut man, Marvin Brown 'and Henry Court were' Paul Wesley leased last year In a limited Quantity by the experiment stations on

administered. He was taken to jeep got" back, and that's what down the margin as they made Rkharde. Swisher, ,excessive .speed and The Farm Bureau and Cattle an experimental basis, the new' grass has lived up to expectations,

could Bradford not County be revived.Hospital but matters. I three runs, on four hits. Afterthe game Friday night ,running a,red light,1-$37; Ann Lee man's Assn. will not meet Friday Hamilton said. He said the Gator Bye has produced a far better
Sgt McKinney lapsed into silence Scoring continued in the fourth the team members were guestsat Crawford, speeding- $25; Willie night its regular meeting night.
The youth was a tenth grade again maybe thinking yield and better grass than any he has ever grown. From 20 to 25
inning with
one for Santa -Fe the
Hampton home of Bill Al Hann, speeding past a playground I The next meeting of the group
student at Jacksonville's Robert up a, new. 'design for his wife's; and Starke evening the derman's for I bushels of seeds per acre were expected from this stand as compared
scorewith
up parents hamburger .
E. Lee a ,$25," and --Albert, .Frances !is scheduled for the last Friday
High SchooL next dress. three more on a hit and supper. |JAlves, running, red light $10.; .In June to 10-14 with old varieties. 1I,.,, I .

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editorialThere KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS RISINGBy yon. Case No. 10-2203 on or before the
said'Witness my hand and seal of I Settee T. AppearTo 24 day of June 1957;
court
in
Starke Bradford
I otherwise the allegations of saidCompliaint
By Mary K. Schaeffer Guest Editor County, Florida this 22 day of May. : Carl E. Poovey. whose residence will be taken as confessed
Mrs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj 1957. and address is: Unknown. by you. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) You are hereby notified Il1.&t.a suit
There No Justice'"The AAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAA AAAAAA..A A Xor divoce This notice shall be publishedonce
CHARLES A. DARBY, as Clerk Of each week for four consecutive
Bradford High School said Circuit Court. has been filed against you In the weeks In the Bradford County Tele
Group of this
chil week, and there will be Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Jones By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk. above yarned Court and cause and graph.
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rich get richer' and the poorget Hold Delightful DanceA more in next are. required toserve a copy
< : week's *oi 5/24 4t 6A4 you
paper
and daughter visited Mr. and te the Dated this 21 day of May 1957. i
of pleading
dren" is an ,old adage that couldn't have been group of High School Students that. r Mra Orrie ,Guarino. in Jacksonville NOTICE-..APPEAR comp/ilnt your answer on the PUtpUffs attl\ni v" (OFFICIAL SEAL)
demonstrated more pointedly than in the recent from Bradford High School, E. C. Ryan of Lake Butler, a Sunday. la Circuit Court Bradford County Fred Butler. 1J09 Barnett, Bank Charles A. Darby.
Florida IB Chaaccry. Building Jacksonville 2, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court.
action of the Legislature which gave the comparatively including both Keystone and patient in the King Memorial Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy W. Wilson Poovey, Plaln and file the original In the officeof By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
well-off Clay !County School Board Starke residents, were hosts tosome Hospital there, is, reported as E. C. Lewis were Mrs. Paul tiff. vs. Carl E. Poovey Defendant the Clerk of the Circuit Court 5/24 4t 614k239QI4UyS2

students who of their friends at a lovely' much improved. Mr. Ryan is Faulkner and son of Starke and ---
$10,000 to compensate them for dance on Saturday evening May Mrs. Chester Moody's father. the Woodrow Thomas family of

are actually attending the over-burdened, under 25,. at the Pavilion at Keystone Mr. and ''Mrs. George Schaeffer Brooker.Mr. .

financed Bradford County schools. Beach. Myron Prevatt Jr., and children are ,spendingthis and Mrs. E. J. Manni and

The $10,000 is the Clay County' Board's share: Mike Adams, and Kay Walrath, weekend in JacksonvilleBeach children visited friends at Camp
of Keystone: and Irvan Coving- guest of,, Mr. and Mrs.Elmer Blanding. last Sunday.
of $20,000 paid to ;Clay County in lieu of taxeson ton and Butch Smith, of Starke, 'Livingston and family., ::Mrs. Margie Underhill of :

Camp Blanding property arranged the festivities About The Livingston are former Key- Starke vialed the Jack Under- ( : I

This windfall to the Clay County Board for 130 teen-agers, in all, ,enjoyed stoners. hill family Monday. ...
refreshments, and music
Blanding property seems especially ironical coming dancing Mrs. Lawrence LaMee and

at a time when poor Bradford County is Gainesville.The by the Johnny. Ace Orchestraof children. Pat and Margaret, and
Bamford '
Rodney last week
spent
children i in James Isaac Melton, Plaintiff vs. -
Struggling to keep ;Clay County punch table was attractively end in Jacksonville with ,Mrs. Goldie Ellen Melton. Defendant. -

school here and endeavoring to get Clay Countyto covered with a green-and- LaMee's sister-in-law, and broth Notice To ,AppearTo Case No. 10-2192- -

recognize its responsibility to help bear the red-checkered table-cloth, and all er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. Pi : Goldie Ellen Melton whose f: RAND'NEW TIRES
residence and address is: Route 1, :
financial burden for their children that Bradford the dishes were of wood. Lemonade LaMee, and family. The two Lumberbrldge, North Carolina. ,.' ;...:
was served from a wooden Mrs. LaMee,. and three children You are hereby,notified that a suit :
County is educating. keg, while the centerpiece was an vuvted the Jacksonville Zoo during -. for divorce has been filed against
Court and
you In the above named Ii.
Not only does the Clay County board refuse Hawaiian-like arrangement of their stay, and we hear that cause and you are required to serve :

to part with any of the money in its well-filled fruit in a wooden bowl. Refreshments a lot of improvements ,have been a to copy the complaint of yt>or answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading f

treasury for the education of these children, blunder were In charge of Kay made recently, and it is well Attorney Alfred C., Scott 301 Smith
more Walrath, while Myron Prevatt, worth the trip to goVto see all Building Jacksonville 2, Florida _
the new legislation they gain even \ and file the original in the office of
because and Mike Adams did the decorating there is to see. .the'Clerk of the Circuit Court on
which will practically all be gravy 17th day of June
money As for news.-- we have saved or before the
of to provide 1957; otherwise the allegations of
they aren't spending any to speak Chaperones included Mrs. the best till last Mrs. Young, said Compaint will be taken as

education for these children. Frank Walrath Jr., Mr. and Mrs. your regular correspondent, will confessed This notice by you.shall be published-

The recent action of the Bradford County Myron Prevatt, Mr. and Mi be back on the job next week, sd once each week for four consecutive
Mrs. I will figuratively make a bow, weeks In the Bradford County.Tele-
board halting bus service to this area will force Gordon Adams, Dr. and A. graph.
and Mrs. and say adieu, and thank you of .1957.
educatingthe Y. Covington, and Mr. Dated this 14th day May
Clay County to expend a little toward Junius Smith. very much.In (OFFICIAL SEAL)
to the extent of furnishing Charles A. Darby.
children-but only
Clerk of the Circuit Court.By
they can get that education at Duplicate ResultsOn Marlon 1...Crosby. ,(Deputy Clerk 'k
transportation so 23 Judge's Cart I.
Thursday evening, May The Countr 51174t 67NOTICE
Bradford County schools.It the Duplicate Bridge Club met aid!.For ProbateIN Bradford C..t,. Florida. -TO APPEAB

seems clear that the only interest Clay at the Woman's Club for the RE: Estate of I. Ctre.lt ".n. Bradford CoMtftFlorldai S \ "

County has in the Blanding-Kingsley Lake area, regular weekly meeting. Mrs. J. Guy Notice McKinney of Filing deceased.Petltlom For Helen. Daniels.IB Chancery.Plaintiff: vs. James .

at least as far as schools are concerned, is f in D. Henderson and Mrs. Gordon Final DUeharge of AdmlaUtrator H. Daniels, Defendant.,
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Adams held high score, while To All Whom It May Concern: Case No. 10-2130
raking ,in revenue. And a large part of this Notice is"-hereby given that I Notice To AppearTo
Mrs. Nilson
Edna and Mrs. Iva Daniels whose
: James H. -
have filed my final returns as
revenue is added to their coffers from pocket- Hillyer had second high. Third Administrator of the estate of Guy residence and address is: 328 Miller \'
who muchof McKinney, deceased: that I have Avenue, StatesvUle North Carolina. fr
Bradford County citizens own held Mrs. Alice
books of place was by filed my petition for final discharge You are hereby notifies that a
the valuable property in the area. Ketchum and Mrs. George Phelps. and that I will apply to suit for divorce and restorationof _
the Honorable Theron A. Yawn.Jr. maiden name t
As far as schools are concerned Clay ,County Children Collect For Palsy ., County Judge of Bradford has been filed against yon In the
except to Anyone who watched the Telethon County. Florida, on June 3, A. D., above named Court and cans and .
seems to have disowned these people, WMBR-TV last weekend 1957 for approval of the same and yon are required to serve a \
them while Bradford has over for final discharge as Administrator copy of Jour answer or pleading to "
collect taxes from will know how convincingHal of the estate of Guy McKinney. the complaint "n tne Plaintiffs '
adopted them as its own but is unable to collect March the M. C., can be. deceased. Attorney:Building Lloyd Jacksonville Bass, 2 210, Florida.Clark 3J'-

taxes from them. His best argument, however, was Charles Administrator M. Schmitt of the estateof and file the original in the office of per.CushiOll
much a part the seeing of the children on TV., Guy McKinney, deceased. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
We feel that these people are as before the 17th day of June, 1957; .
living within its who have been victims of the 5/10 4t 5/3 otherwise the allegations of said
Bradford County as anyone .
of -
Complaint will be taken as.confessed -
dread Cerebal At the
Palsy.
suggestion
boundaries and we don't want to bar them .from NOTICE TO APPEAR by you.
of her father, Mary Ann I. ClifBlt Coart. BraCIard C..r Il. This notice shall be publishes once
our schools or any other activity. Schaeffer and neighbor, Butch PI.tidat IB Chancery each week- for four consecutive .
Alease Turner Plaintiff; vs. Willie weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
These undeserved riches to the Clay County; Fox, went out on the town with Li. Turner, Defendant. graph.. bYGOOiEAR.2f&23 .
school board frpm its gravy train in the Bland collection boxes to see what they Case No. 10-2132- Dated this 10th day of May, 1957.
Notice to AppearTo (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
ing-Kingsley area adds weight to our premise could do' for the cause, around : Willie L. Turner whose residence Clerk of the Circuit Court.
this noon on Sunday. Thanks to the and address is: Unknown.You By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk "- ..
that pressure should be exerted to annex; are hereby notified that a 6/17 4t 6/7 .
generosity of those who were at suit for divorce care custodyand *
area to Bradford County. home, the children collected $71 control of minor child
conflicts about children, servicesand has been filed against you In the IB The Circuit Court Of. Florida .90
of the Imagine
All hour.
in a little over an above named Court and cause and Eighth Judicial Circuit I. And
taxes would be eliminated if this were their thrill when, after they called you ar* required to serve a copy For Bradford Couty.IX .
of your answer or pleading tp the RE: Petition of Jack F. Siemer
done. in to report, they were permitted complaint on the Plaintiffs"Attorney > for adoption of Minor Children .. a"I
to speak with Jack Dempsey NOTICE TO APPEARTo f Kn Na n/
former T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box : Remer A. Wetherington, 4$
upon request. Jack 546. Starke, Florida whose residence and address is: I *, : x
Time To Toughen UpIn world heavyweight champion, and file the.original In the office of Unknown.You Famous Goodyear quality; inside and out with features no other. offers at the
stars on the Clerk of the Circuit Court on are hereby notified that a
of the
was one many or before the 17th day of June petition has been filed in the above
Exclusive Cord off the three main tire
recent signed article, no less an authority hand for the 16-hour telethon. 1957; otherwise the allegations of style court of Jack F. Siemer. for price; triple-tempered, Body fights ;

than J.a Edgar Hoover, head of the FBI, says St. William's Altar Society confessed said Complaint,by yon.will te taken as the erington.adoption a minor of Peggy and Marie Martha Weth-Ellen ,killer-Heat-Shock.and.Fatigue. Tough, durable tread with famous Stop-Notch

shatter The ladies of St. William'sAltar This notice shall be published Wetherington, a minor, by the ,'
"Recent happenings juvenile crime Society will meet at 1 once each week for four consecutive petitioner Jack F. Siemer, and you 'design. means longer mileage, better, traction. See us today and savel!
molly-coddling Js, weeks In the Bradford County are required to serve a copy. of -- _'_
the illusion. that soft-hearted, o'clock on Wednesday aftern >on. Telegraph.. your answer or, objections to show ..... ..._-
file answer to' this problem." And he asks; "Are ,June ':5:,in the church halL The Dated this 14th day' of May.1957. cause why said petition should not -: '. ; -" .... .
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(BJ'rICLU.lIEAL) Charles A. Darby be granted on petitioner's attorney, -
to stand idly by while fierce oung'11O dlums' meeting was called by the president Clerk of the Circuit Court Lex, Green., whose address is 209 .
we By Marian L.. Crosby Deputy Clerk Temple Ave., Starke, Florida, and
harbored under Mrs. Herbert Nelson.
too often,and too long 5/17' 4t 6/7 file the original In the office of "
misnomer of juvenile delinquents Open House Planned the Clerk; of the Circuit Court on Iopttiar-Sze 6.70: + x 11'fits
the glossing Posters are now displayed in NOTICE APPEAR or' before the 24 day of June, 1957. .
streets and desecrate our communities. the IB Circuit Cart Bradford Coaatr, Herein "fail not or a decree pro _
roam our store windows announcing Florida| IB Chaaeery. confesso 'will be entered against -
might well witness a resur- Fire --r ,
America Volunteer -
If we do, Keystone Heights most.
j gence of the brutal criminality and mobsterism Dept.'s Open House, to be held J PlymOuths, Fords, Chevrolets,

) of past era." on Saturday and Sunday, July; Hudsons Nashes and Studebakers!
a ,
.' % challenges the idea, held by 6 and 7, 'at the Fire House. _. .
:Mr. 'Hoover also ., \ .
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There will be free entertainment r. .: ;::. -, .
some people, that there isn't any more juvenile and refreshments. Sounds like a ':: ;, '
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crime than there used to be that it's just HUNDREDS <"'I'''' .
good deal. '. '
better publicized. In the past four\ years, the Personals ; '1 $2590

population of 10 to 17 year olds has risen 10 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McKay are managed and economic t' 2four

cent. In the same time?, arrests of individualsin and children of Lucedale, Miss t tally attended that only a ,trained; and "

per bracket have increased at twice the spent last week with their cousr organization can attend when _. ... ,. 2 rtCap"" d,..
that age who liven r ..... .
ins, the S. E. McKays urgent need for serving is at I'!*' Ny

rate. maKes strong case Lakeview Drive. .- Why wait! Low'prices, make this Terms as low cs
Finally, :Mr. Hoover a Mrs. Everett Fox was hostess "

against the common custom of publishing the on Monday afternoon to heiMondayAfternoon \ your. in _bert deal!!;' I $1.25 a week

names ,of young criminals in connection with :Bridge-Four ,
the The meets once a DeWITT JONES .
some.
it "Publicizing group .
their crimes. As he puts -- --

names as well as the crimes for public scrutiny,, week a pleasant at the afternoon.Mr. various .homes for Phone I Starke Fit MORE PEOPLE-- RIDE ON GOODYEAR- TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND

release of past records to appropriate law enforcement and Mra S. E. McKay funeral Director Ambulance Service,

officials and fingerprinting for future and their house-guests visited
in the Our local funtrtl hOme tnabiM u to offer oonTenleaces tai
identification are all necessary procedures Bok Tower and Cypress Gardens .
of and other points of interest last Services not etherwtw available.W .
regardless age.
violator
the flagrant j
war on
tried the soft-hearted approach, andit week. I II 14 Service Station
We have of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowles: GOODMAN
as failed, thinks Mr. Hoover. In the name- and daughter of Orlando were turauft the highest type iervloa at lovect price, tad SEEBER D. GOODMAN

self-preservation, it is time to toughen 'up., weekend guests of Mra Bowies' accept ANT life insurance policy in force, tated by ANT

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank company. .u payment ik.part er la full oa a fisunL U. S. 301 at South City Limits I
,
% Walralh Jr. Coualtatlola carries BO efcUfatitn. .- ,
Boost For The Poof Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Williams -

left last ,Thursday for Lex- .
The report by the Junior Woman's Club that inglon Ky., where they were .
cleared on its - - -.- ,-. -, - -
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close to a thousand dollars was called'by illness r r ,|:

recent variety show for benefit of the swimming" grandson; Kennen Davis. ,
that day this much The Keystone SchoolGraduating I' :
pool, gave renewed hope some class of 1957 will bold a I

needed The project members will!of be this realized.club put forth commendable evening;Graduation June Dance 1, in on f the Saturday School' :i_ Never has such size, power and luxury cost so little i:

effort'to make their variety show a success, Cafeteria. Graduation Exercises .

thereby giving worthwhile entertainment to the were held on Tuesday evening ii: i

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the time boosting the S.. I -
and at same "
community -' -
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swimming pool fund. They are to be praised for i

their initiative, and other organzations should ,

pitch in and help to realize this goal. A swimming i

pool is. a pretty big deal for one organizationto 1 I'

put over by itself, and it will be realized a lit I.

whole lot sooner if the community as a whole S.t ,..o-)) I C t T, lY ..:.. } .
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efforts.
cooperates in the fund-raising ,

dramatizes tHe need for, a swimming .sjU/,1fti: "3 >,
Nothing ... :
pool more than a bit of hot weather, such \s "l( .: 'I' i:

we have had in the past two weeks. Now that L y tyre

the fences around Camp Blanding beaches have f !' i

been erected, shutting out a lot of 'children.who. : 11

had nowhere else to swim, the need is more -apparent 1 UOJA.f >

than ever before. No "BUTS" about it 1\\ '.
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cool off If breakdown your goof yea -
child trying to 91
time see a .
Every you aNd a. omaini9 HoHca chaui taw.If .
garden hose or a lawn sprinkler, let it practically iotd..uctih"! .per.
under
a allwgic laitallmg' hI
let ill low or high par 2495 w
be reminder of the need, for a swimming pool Sad ia action -. Ska_noiltrvwbl *
a ..frt. chain taw .. tfc. ht. iL
then get behind this project, and push! : : as low as : :':

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FRIDAY, BUY SI, 1957 ...'. 4 ::: ...
_ _ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGB1PH, SIABKEL FLOBTOA' _. '::< _
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address will be heard at :Macedonia This .
I notice shall
be
published or before the
NEWS Baptist Church, Hampton. 23.Rev.. Elzie Bullard and family once each week for four consecutive 10th Florid Ia Chaacery. Guaranty Life Building, Jacksonville
OF INTEREST day of June, 1957
TO COLORED weeks in the Bradford County Tele' ; Viola E. Collins Plaintiff vs. 2, Florida.and ,
Music
is being prepared by the of Jacksonville were supper I graph. otherwise the allegations of said Lloyd Collins Defendant file the original the office of
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY teacher, open house, refreshmentswill guests of the Ivry Thompson Dated this 8th day of May, 1957. ed Complaint by ,.ou.will be taxen aa confess Case No. 10-2197 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
be served free. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Netie To Appear before the 24th day of June 1957;
Everyone family Thursday night. This notice shall be
Charles A. Darby published otherwise the allegations of said
By Ozora J. 8lieflu1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAA4AAAApAA4Aj ia invited to'attend.. Mellonease Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court see each week for four consecutive | To: Lloyd Collins whose resi Complaint will 'be taken as confess-
G. W. Niblack of Jack- By weeks In th. BRADFORD COUNTY dence and address is: Unknown. edbyyou. '
Marian L. Crosby, Deputy _
Prin. Clerk
Taylor, sonville and Mrs. Elva Reddishof '** TEUSQRABiL You are hereby notified that a This
notice shall be
ALAI inn. J.*. .5111.... euit published once
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divorce
Final Call For Cancer Dated this 7th day of May 1957. and restoration each week for font consecutive
Lawtey were visitors of Miss -, of maiden
Commencement (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles name I weeks
Exercises wore-white A. Darby in the Bradford County Tele
They caps and gowns AU cans and donations for Dora Clark on Wednesday. Miss NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court. has been filed against yen II. the graph.
Rev. W. B. Miller of Laura that were-made by Principal I. Ctrewit Court .nCfe Cuty, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk above named Court -
Cancer must be turned in thisweek. Eva Clark of Lake City. was a ""lad".Ia ChMeery. and and cans and Dated this 16th day of May 1957.
Street Presbyterian Church, Jack. Roberts ,Mra- N. L. Pull m, and Chairman Dorothy 'Alvarez I. Sunday guest. James Jay Eckert, Plaintiff, vs. 6/18 4t I 6/31 .copy yon of your are answer required or to pleading serve a (Official Seal). Charles A. Darby;
sonville spoke to several patrons. The line ,of Ruth Marie Eckert. DefendantCase the to Clerk of the Circuit Court
a capacity complaint
has asked that all witn NOTICE OF on the Plaintiffs
persons A birthday ivrEjrnosr By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clark
was givenin
supper
audience on Sunday at RJE march was led by'IJttle Patricia donations or cans in, Reno and honor of John Bennett of the Vetfee T. Appecr No. 10-2180 TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Attorney Daniel A. Japour 306 I 5/24 41J/14 I
Cafetorium. He Cummings, Ruth Notice ia hereby given that the ....,
emphasized the Betty Tyson To: Ruth -
Made
vicinity turnthem in to' solicitorShell State Farm last week. Eckert whose undersigned under the provisionsof = -
importance of taking the best Juanita Taylor Blanche Tyson not later than Friday of Attending, residence and address is: 224 Lake Chapter 29,953. Laws of' Florida -
were Mr. and Mrs. G. 1,. Avenue, Lyndhurst
Sapp New Jersey. Acts of 1941, will register with
McKinnon Sandra the
and dedicating oneself to Jacqueline ,
things this ,week. We are 'way off the and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sapp' You are hereby notified that a I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
that are right. McKinnon, Bobby L. Tyson, John beam this year so please do and suit for divorce for Bradford County Florida upon RAUM'SRADIO
and Leon son, Lynn.- hat been filed against in receipt of proof of publication of
Mosley, George Pitman you the
Final ,exercises will be held what you can to help us approachour Miss Cecile Conner is scheduledfor above named Court and cause and 'this notice, the fictitious name of
Friday night starting at 8 p. m. Cummings and Daniel Williams. quota which is $150. Per. you are required to serve a copy of Colonial Florist under which I am TV &
an operation on Tuesday ,
Much your aaswer or pleading engaged in business at 506 SERVICE
praise was given Princi- to the complaint : E. Nona
Rev. Burroughs and Rev. Walker sons with cans are: Chester June 4, in the Starke hospitalMr. on the plaintiffs Attorney .St
'will have charge of devotions.The pal M. E., Roberts for the fine Crum, Charles Covingtoa Rose- and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith Build- R. E. Mnndorff. 139 E. Laura St. 228 S. Walnut St. Starke
Salutatorian address will work she. baa'done this year especially bud Kitties Joan Brit!, Essie Ing, Jacksonville 2, Florida I Sole owner. '" Florida
and
Jacksonville visited the G. L. file the
original th, office Dated
the level of this 17th day of May A.
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at pre-school
be delivered by Leonard Heath, May Aycox, Mary' Alice Roberts, Sapps last Thursday.Mrs. before the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa or I[D.. 1957 at Starke Bradford County,
and the Valedictorian address She volunteered in the interestof M. E. Roberts D.- B. Jackson, visited her I the ]Florida. 5/11 4t 6/7
Patsy Sapp
to I 10th day of June, -
her working patrons 1957
'many ;
by Essie Mae Aycox. Other S. C. Price, Ethel J. Williams, otherwise PHONE 509
extend the to this level. mother Mrs. H. C. Taylor and the allegations of, MM I In[ the Circuit Court .( Florid.
speakers on the forum will, be program Sallie Williams, :Milton Eller- family at Mlddlebure last Thurs Complaint fessed will lie "takes**u .con Eighth JudiciaL Circuit. IB **d
Kittles We, hope that units of this kind 'M. y yon.- For Bradford Co.a.,. j
John Chandler Rosebud aon, Willetta Wysinger, Tay- day. .1
This
will soon be included on,a county j notice< shall be published IB ChBcery.fUchard .
Johnnie Johnson, Joan Britt, Ed- schools. lor, Grace Long, Irene Thomas. A stork shower, was given once each week for four consecutive I' N. Wiggins, Plaintiff, vs. LATEST SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT '
mond Johnson Ruby Lee Hall, level In all Thanks' in advance, for a good Tuesday night of last week at graph.weeka in the Pradford County Tele I thel: M. Wiggins Defendant INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT

and Betty Jenkina special must Anderson Junior High report. the home of Mrs. A. W. Brown, Dated this 7th day of May, 1957. To: NOTICE Ethel M. TO Wiggins DEFEND 104 Euclid .

_,_/_* wrlll n__ h_*_ rendered__n___._ bv.- the choir' According to Principal C. C. CAMP TIME, j honoring' Mrs. Jerry Harden- (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Cfiarlu Circuit A.Darby .I l venue Massapequa Long Island, Sensible Prices j
Anderson the final for the Court few York.
with Joan Britt Rosebud Kittles, play brook. Games were played and By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
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Boys and girls 9 to 16
June yearsare You will please take notice
held that
directed will be Monday,
soloists, year a/io it
Hawkins
Ida as II/ill
and
prizes won by Mra Edna Sweat Richard N.
Results
the invited to participate in Wiggins has filed a Not Excuses
by :Mrs. F. S. Pierce who 3, in the old building'of and.several others. Refreshmentswere C:ompaint against you. seeking a -F -
public is Invited Camp Goodtimes this summer at NOTICE TO APPEAR d livorce in the Circuit Court
Certificates school The general of
is also class sponsor. Florida Normal Industrial Mem- served to the 20 guests by fa, Crrrult Court Bradford Cauty. }Florida, Eighth Judicial Circuit \;- = : : i-
L. H. Gibson, to see thin entertainment, Florid*i la Chancery. -I ._. "
will be awarded by orial :Mrs. Lucille Rowe and Mrs. Calvin Lucy n and for Bradford County said r =t>
of schools.i directed by Mrs. D. B. Richard College August 5-10. TheWoman's Dorothy Patterson. Plaintiff S ult being styled as above. -
general supervisor Hall. vs. Thomas P. Patterson Defendant. You
Missionary Union; 206 are hereby required to serve
Principal: Eddie Thompkins and Case No. 10-2072 y our Answer or other pleading
son.Principal all Baptist Building, Jacksonville, \otlee To
the faculty and Class of 1957 Anderson urges to send ia sponsoring the camp. They can ,.......Y..y ........yY9 : To: Thomas Appear P. Patterson, whose A t idkins o said, Jr.Complaint Florida National upon J.Bank C. .
cordially invite the public to parents to plan now I residence and address is: Unknown. F tuilding, Gainesville Florida. on
attend these exercises. children to the summer program only accommodate 125 persons LONG BRIDGE You suit are hereby notified that a 0 r before the 24th day of June, .
Monday June so if you are a Baptist and wanta for divorce 957. .siet&e
which will begin
Wateroak School News will close for the week of wonderful fun, plan AND NEW RIVER above has been filed against yon in the 'OFFICIAL SEAL) says"There's -.
11:30a. 10. School -, named Court and cause and C'harles A. Darby,
at
On Sunday morning term on Tuesday June to: attend For further informa- you are required nerve a copy of Clerk, Circuit Court
m. the annual closing address regular I tion 'call 25-Y or contact Mrs. Sirs. E. A. SappILLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA your answer or pleading to the J. C. Adkins, Jr., Florida National
complaint on the Plaintiffs ank: a lot of ;
Attorney Bldg. Gainesville Florida powe
.'.'.viA.. "v""t'icl'ct: were.. nresented atPleasant 4.Thurston :Maurice White. H. C. .
\4 *.AW.-*-w f Elementary Baldwin P. O. Box 104 A ttorney for Plaintiff 5/17 4t 6/7
Grove Methodist Church. at m. Church News I Gainesville, Florida packed into today's autos _.
7:30 p. :and file
night
Thursday I the
original
in the office NOTICE
The invocation was by Supt. Leo will be Pleasant Grove has been cele-. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Yar- of the Clerk of the Circuit TO APPEAR -
Court II
the final school program on I Circuit Court. Bradford C...ty. and a lot of good food value .
DeSue, and Mrs. I. C. Jelson Ebenezer Baptist Church.At brating Trustee Anniversary all brough of Jacksonville visited .-

served as miriness of ceremonies held this at time 15 pupila will receive this week. On Thursday Rev. Mrs. Minnie Gibson and Mrs. is packed into our ice cream.

introducing the speaker, SuperVisor certificates of promotionto Jones of Payne Chapel, Jack- Emily Moody last Sunday.Mr. $ Eat lots of it-it gives

Ozora Shell. RJE next sonville, and his congregation and Mrs. E. A. Fitzgeraldof -
Students completing the primary term.the, The 5th guest grade speaker at will be will worrWp with us. On Friday, Savannah, Ga. spent last week- 7 am told Harry C. hod's is the you lots of golt.! ..

department were: Mary J. Thompkins, Principal pf May 31, Rev. Bright and his con- end with the George Andersons.Mrs. .

Cummings, :Mary A. Mosley, Ear- RJE Eddie high school. He will be in- gregation from Raiford. On Sun Marie,Banks and Mrs. place to trade in Starke" \

nest Dell, and Willie B. Tyson.A troduced by C. C. Anderson of day June 2, the anniversarysermon Fronie Moody were in Lake City

highlight of the program was Junior High, Lawtey. will be delivered by Pas- last Monday.
the graduation of 10 children Anderson will be made by tor Stripling at 11 a. m. Dinner Glad to have Oscar Gibson I It's good...

from pre-school to first grade. The QiirrviqAr.awards Shell who will also will be served on the church I home again after his few days Lowest Prices Easiest Terms 0 It's SUPERIOR

assist MUf- *-with-- -the music. Special grounds. At 3 p. m. Rev. R. M. stay in the hospital as the result sill'_ _

awardn will be made tQ patrons Lee of Putnam Hall and his con- of an injury received while

who have rendered exceptional gregation will render service and doing carpenter work in Gaines- Starke's Leading Furniture ICE CREAM

COLONIALFLORIST ,service during the year, including at 7:30 p. m. the final programwill ville. And little Wayne Gibson tonsil And IP. Gas Dealer

Rev. E. L. Walker, presidentof be presented by Rev. Bird is doing fine after his in the tfcfag opolar! Flavors / Cones, Cups, Pints, Family-Gallons '

I PTA; Rev. Ulysses Clark, and congregation of Middleburg. operation last Friday ,

Bryant. Treasurer of PTA Flossie Dell, reporter. Starke hospital. I -
Henry '
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Fcnie Crews and Felton Moodyare
Mrs. Clemmer Bryant, Mr. and.
Mrs. Brown and others. Plan I Church began anniversary of working. Ocala after.. being
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the church on last Thursday transferred irom Keystone; ;
that has
PHONE 218 to attend this program
I been planned .by Principal S. C. night and closed Sunday with Heights. They are employed by JIOW"eemOMiyOprOOf ,

Price and teacher D. B. Jack- Rev. Collins and his congrega. the Paul D. Jett ConstructionCo. -4 ; .

( ) tion of Palatka in charge. The .
son. ,
Home Again spirit was high all week.. Two Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner of

brother of souls were saved on Friday night Ocala visited :Mr. and Mrs. lead
Rev. H. J. Parker DO'trucks
FLOWERSFor Mrs Sally Williams and othersis and one Sunday night: Ethel Fonie Crews last weekend.. : -

visiting the city for 10 days. Mae DeSue, Annie B. Mosley, i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver : .

All Occasions He resides in Hobe Sound but is Bertha M. Covington. They will and sons of Gainesville spent ., '
i be baptized on Sunday morningat Sunday with Mrs. Nan Merritt.
native of Starke. is
DISH a He spendIng -
CARDED 7:30. The I Can Circle will Mr. and Mrs. Eddie' Furr of '
most of, his time at the bed I
POTTED side his meet"at the home of Sister Gladys Andalusla, Ala have moved to :
PLANTS of sick sister, Helen
Smith, who ia doing nicely at Blye on Saturday night. All mem- the Moody trailer park I and he ;:; i; the, .Iow-priced 81! ; :
attend.
POTTERY this time.Hampton. bers are asked to Prayer is now' employed by an electric

School News meeting each Wednesday night. I. company in Palatka.Mr. .

Flowers WiredAnywhere Hampton Training School held The building program is riill on. and Mrs. Robert Faulknerof .
their We are asking members and Jacksonville weredinner
Annual outing at] Little
Talbot, Island on Saturday May friends to continue to make contributions guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert j t

25. A bus load of patrons and so that we may begin Dobbs Saturday night I, -

Nona St. Starke pupils took the trip and reporteda construction soon. Gladys Blye, Miss Ida Merritt visited the
reporter. Ira :Mertftts in Palatka from
delightful day. On Sunday, ... '
June 3, at 5 p. m. the annual During the morning worship Monday through Wednesday. N 's-. 1
service at New Bethel Baptist Joe Leslie Forsythe left Sunday,

I'i the sermon 'Was delivered by for Ocala where he -has' accepted- I _

___ -- -'- _---w --- Rev. Dukes of Lakeland. The work with the Game Commission.Mr. I _
_._t I If
evening message was deliveredby and Mrs. E. A. Sapp visit- 4r _

..Qa 'INSPECT YOUR HOME:, Rev. Alphonso Jenkins,1 pas ed the Pete Sapps and the Ira I ___-, ,'. : .- s.-

L' tor of East New Port Baptist Merritt family in Palatka last /9 1

BE SYSTEMATIC, Church, Gainesville, and Melrose Tuesday.

Baptist. Only $137 has been reported Mrs. Jay Moody baa returned I I / \ ; .
REPAIR FROM CELLAR on the rally for the con- home from a two weeks visic V ; ;

struction of the Sunday School with :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Free- :; 1i Special cameras

TO THE ATTIC building and Youth ,Center. All man in Farmingdale, N. Y. Jay like this new high-

8LI.1NG. ladies have been asked to pay says he surely was glad to see "speed Hulcher t ; -
70" designed to
,
---.- $5 and men $10. Please do your his wife come back, as he was take rapid-se I'' -/

.. best on Sunday, June 2. Holy getting mighty tired of his own quence photos of
Communion will also be served. cooking. (Wonder if he really uided.missilelaunchings

: a I\Q Joan Jenkins, reporter. cooked, or just opened caM?) 4 / were

% Deacon Willie Green is con- Mr. and :Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. .. used to record tests.
; Electrically operA
: weekend with Mrs.
valescing at his home and doing I spent last ated, the Hulcher:
O\Sc\O' ) fine. A donation of $5 was sent Johns' parents, the Nelson Dek- "]0" shoots 20

to him by the church. les, in Jacksonville. -;: pictures a secant 'f'

;:L-_ -' .- : .j1jyjI -- Card Of Thanks Mrs. Donald Dukes of Columbus V I-- THEY'RE OFF1! Here's the start of a grueling hill-climb

Many thanks to everyone for Ga. is making her home :test. All three low-priced trucks were lined up at the

kindness, flowers and other donations with 'Mr. and Mra Troy Dukes, Actual road tests ; ; .,like the one photographed Ibottom of a test grade equal to the steepest hill in San

STARKEBUILDERS during my illness at while her husband is is in the service former at the right. prove beyond question Francisco. At flag drop, test drivers floor gas pedals I

>. home all.- and Mrs.hospital.Ollie :Mae God Cummings.bless you overseas.Miss Carool Mrs..Dukes Thomas, daughter that Dodge ,Jfower Giants outclass all J. the Dodge Power Giant leaps out in front. :

of :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas. competition. This nigged hill climb is just -rat; ,

SUPPLIES Mrs. Era Wester of St. Petersburg one of a whple string of tests comparing all v"m --

43331.d. .YY YYYTYYYYYYTYYYYYYyY was a guest of the E. A. three low-priced trucks. ( ',, ,

Sapps last Saturday. .'

.: !{; 11 : &W J'AL kpce NORTH SIDE .. See actual certified unretouched test results photographs'afyour of the entire""series :1


By Sirs. Carl Brown NOTICE TO APPEAR own local Dodge dealer's. These tests, plus : -, y -' '
Bradford ,Coaat.
I. Circuit Caurt......** ... 15 minutes behind the'wheel, will demon r '
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Theodore C.Jennings Jennings, Defendant.Case strate to you that today's Dodge Power

USETuxedo E. C. Harvey and Carl Brown Lois Smith No. 10-2182% Giants lead the low-priced three in. every .1 '-- -.
in Mayo _
attended a meeting T* AppearTo
Notice
: Lois Smith .Jennings whose measure by which you judge a truck. jwi
Monday night. and address Is: 858 W.
Associational residence Virginia.You ;;a. _
The Sunday School 41st Street hereby Norfolk.notified that I You get the most V-8 power of the low- r
meeting was held Thursday are
Feeds for divorce three to 232 horsepower. This ifluifliJ
suit priced up 1/
night of last week at :Macedonia been tiled aeainn you m the _
has -
Church in Jacksonville. above named Court and &i.ifld of gives you snappier performance to save, 44 1'__r __ _

North Side was well represented. you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy th. valuable trip time.. extra power to take

For Highland Church received the at- complaint on D.the Morgan Plaintiffs 507 Attorney Clark ": steep climbs yth less, engine strain. And

tendance banner with 43 present William 2, Florida extra
GROWING Pullding. Jacksonville officeof Dodge gives you payload capacity, -

FAST Developer and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit iu the Court nor too. For instance, the lest pick-up'shown i, .,
D.
D.
Sunday guests of the before the hauls as much as 27% more than the other
% LayingMash Conners included Mr. and, Mrs. 10th day of June 1957; '
StarterCIICIII
of said
the allegations two low-priced makes.
otherwise
of Lake City,
H. C. Williams will be taken *. confessed
Norton, and Complaint _
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. by you. ,
,Bernie Capree and This notice \alI be published Check today's low :Dodge prices. You'llfind
Mr. and Mrs. each week for four consecutive Giant models in the low-
Special Corn & Wheat Scratch daughters of Jacksonville, Mr. once weeks ia the Bradford County Telegraph eleven Power DODGE THE'WINNER BY FIVE LENGTHS-and still

and Mrs. Jack Lowe of Clewis- Dated, this' 7th day of'Mar, 1957. tonnage field alone, that are actually the gaining! The ,Dodge Power Giant outdistanced both

$3.85 per 100 Ibs. ton and Rev. and Mrs. Linger- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charter A.Darby lowest priced of the low-priced three. Why truck "C" and truCk "F' from the start. This is just

ey Marlin Clerk L. Ctosby.'Depnty of the Circuit Count Clerk 'I,:" not see for yourself? Your dealer will gladly one of a complete series of actual road tests that prove
felt.Mrs.
I PORK-MAKER HOG FEED Betty Johns. Mr and Mrs. 6/10 4t 5/31 brings Dodge right to your door. Dodge outstanding leader of the low-priced three.'DODGE .

M.. E. Woods and daughters, and --:-> '

:Mrs. Mary Deyo were Sunday XOTICE APPttARIB 'I .

Baby Chicks and Poultry'Equipment guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Ctrcvlt C*.rt. Bra frA. Cmty.
FJ.ribl. Ckmajetry.Vierdena

K-3D Norman.Bro. Mason Simmons 'of Max- Billie Fanning.Fanning.Defendant.Plaintiff vs. _- _, ::::

Roach Killer vile filled the North Side pulpit ICetie T. Appear Case No. 10-21S .

I morning and Bro. Marvin residence ,
Sunday To: Billie Fanning, whose .,
Magic Bloom Gro-Tpne \For Flowers Tyler of Jacksonville preached Ton and are address hereby notified is: Unknown.that a : MOST POWER: OF, THE LOW-PRICE 3 ,

Sunday night in' the absenceof suit for divorce has been filed :
And Gardens PrernierPeat Moss ,Bro. Harvey. against Ton in the above named "
Court and cause and yen are required :
and Mrs. G. L. Sapp were
Mr. -
to serve a copy of your answer -


SISTRUNK FEED)!t SEED CO. and tey.Sunday Mrs. dinner H., T. Bennett pests- of of Law-:Mr. Landrum.and the file or Plaintiffs pleading the Box original 6

the Clerk of the Circuit Court
539 E. CU St. Stuke Florida Linda Adkins and Margaret on or before the 10th day of.,June.
Brown celebrated their birthday 1957; otherwise the allegation of. DODGE"-
said Complaint will betaken, as Starke Florida
anniversaries on Thursday, May confused by. you / PLYMOUTH,


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE,'FLORIDA, ,
PAGE FOUR '_ FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957

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;m-- :: o'clock in the Starke
1 : ".. q Mrs. Mack Futch I Piano RecitalMrs. Woman's

Little ''',,. '0. ... .,,.. .-. Honored At Shower Club.
-, ;: ,., -_ E. M. Davis will present Refreshments will ce served
r--Ifi: Mrs Mack Futch was honoredat ,her piano pupils in a recital on and the public is invited to at
Women. < _-' Monday evening, June 3, at 8 tend.
.i a delightful baby shower
."If Thursday evening of last week
.
Install t "i' at-her home on Redgrave St.
Gladys Mooty 1 given by Mrs. Ned Yancey and
11 Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. CHOOSE
Pkme 35 i ..
\ The house was attractive with
,.. ------- ---- --.- New .
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-00- - early summer flowers placed at
.,.,. ,. vantage points. The buffet refreshment e
Treva Lee Dobbs 1 y
InstalledIn
Officers Officers table was centered ,

Candlelight Rites Don Newmans Set < with a crystal punch bowl hold- ,, .
'
.. ing lime punch and surrounded FOR YOUR
By Business Women June 14 Wedding by greenery !interspersed with

--.,-,--,._---,_._--_._-- rose buds and stokesia. *,
New 'officers of the Starke w, Appropriate games were played
Business and Professional Wom- and three
during the evening 9 .
en's Club were installed last .." prizes were given to the 'win rt -
:>< -
Thursday night at a dinner at .- ners.
.
the Kingsley Lake home of the a ,. The hostesses presented ,Mrs. ,
outgoing president, Miss Della Futch w\th a car seat as a me-

Rosenberg. Miss Margaret Lin- .. mento of the occasion.
kous of Jacksonville Beach, DiS- WjiY a

trict 3-4 director, officiated at WSCS Circle 4
the ceremony and was accompa- 6ik' .

nied by Misi Valerie Shoemaker, i Q Circle 4 of'the First Methodist 1 I
Jacksonville Installation of new officers for NEW. OFFICERS of Little Women's .Club: Sylvia Paulk (center), i
of the
president the Little Women's Club WSCS will meet Tuesday, June At Only
of Starke
Beach Club. president; seated ((1-r) Jeanie Wait, parliamentarian Virginia Darby,
at the home of Mrs.
'' was held Tuesday evening of last 4, at 8 p. m.
Honor guest was, :Miss Gayle Lt week, chaplain;' Mary Agnes Matthews historian; Joanie Wait, recording John A. Tcrode, 513 N. WalnutSt
preceding a delightful M
Moore of Lawtey winner of the d mother-daughter tea in the club secretary; Pat Hobbs, treasurer; Barbara Bates, vice president; La- Co-hostess for, the meetingwill tmgv end D.r ... to ,*io*Mml. $12 5

cash award given to the Senior 6xai house. vora Capps, corresponding secretary. be Mrs. Jack Clement. '
girl with the highest scholastic
The president, Miss
Nancy l .IIUDIOANDGIFTSHOP
average in commercial subjects.The Bates, presided over the business Mrs. Jessie Young CARD OF, THANKS Chamber of CommerceThe i EASY TERMS
award will :be presented
1Mr session, which will be the last We '[wish to express our appre STr
graduation night meeting of the organization before Elected PresidentOf ciation for the kindness shownus board of directors of the

Officers installed were Mia adjournment for the summer. Garden Club after the loss of our father, Starke Chamber of Commercewill

Florence Jennings, president: Mrs. C. L. 'Scholl, president of P. Hick Mr. and Mrs. meet ..Monday, June, 3, ,At I
Mrs. E. A. Hall, first vicepresident I IN. .
the senior club, was introducedand Mrs. Jessie Young was elected T. Hicks. 1:30 p. m. in the Chamber office.
; Mrs. Lonnie Harley, sec-
gave an interesting talk on president of the Starke Garden -
ond vice-president; Mrs. Martha the club program. After this, the Club at the final meeting of the
Bales, recording secretary; Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs of new officers were installed with year'Monday evening in the par- I r -
Gene Pearson, corresponding sec- Raiford announce the engagementof Mrs. Russell Norman, new president ish house on Church street. r

retary, and' Mrs. Ernie Phillips, their daughter, Treva Lee, to 'of the Starke Woman's Club, Mrs. M. F, Hazen, a past pres- Frozen Grade "A"; Young Tender HenTURKEYS j

treasurer. ceremony, with Don Newmans, son of Mr. and serving as installing officer. ident, installed the following of-
A candlelight
local club Mrs. Lois Newmans of Starke. Before retiring from the chair, ficers to nerve with Mrs. Young:
the showing a
setting, The wedding will take place on Miss Bates presented the club first, vice-president Mrs. P. T.
surrounded its state, nationaland
International by federations Friday, June 14, at 7:30 p. m. sponsor, Mrs. Calvin Houpt, with Nolin; second vice-president,
Miss Linkous in the First Baptist Church at an appropriate gift and expressed Mrs. H. A. Lawson; third vice-
was conducted by appreciation for the she has
Raiford. help
and the members pledged their president, Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.;
given as Little Women's
cooperation and support to the Mifii Dobbs attended Union the past three sponsorfor recording secretary, Mrs. A. Rus-
officers. County High School, Lake But- years. sell Norman; corresponding secretary -
new Miss Sylvia Paulk. the
Delegates and alternates to ler, and Mr. Newmans is a grad- new Mrs. T. B. Harding; treasurer .:
president, then took the chair,
convention to be held uate of Bradford High School, Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum.Each .
the state I thanking Mrs. Scholl, Mrs. Norman -
|in Jacksonville: in .June were : Starke. I and Mrs. Paulk for their new officer was presentedwith Dressed & \

elected and credentials furnished No invitations are being sent, support. She then invited the a corsage. \ I C
them. Plans were d !.-ussed for but all friends and relatives of mothers and other guests to the Preceding the installation a Drawn \
the luncheon at which the local the couple are invited. tea room for refreshments.Mrs. covered dish supper was served!
club is to be host. Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. at tables decorated with early] 8 to 14-lb j
.
Olin Whites Fete Nat Dankel, and Mrs. Dave Paulk summer flowery I : Average.

were in charge of decorationsand Mrs, H. A. Lawson, out-going I
.WSCS MeetingsCircles 44th AnniversaryMr. refreshments for the mother- president, was presented with an :: '

daughter affair.Barbara appropriate gift from the members -
of the Methodist WSCS White Sr.
Olin
and Mrs.
weekas as a memento of her services .
first of the
will meet the 44th wedding :
their
celebrated ,
Jane ThomasTo to the club during the past Southern
follows I Star Boneless
: anniversary last Friday at a year. Annual reports were given |I.. Skinless,
Circle 1, Tuesday morning at family picnic lunch at the homeof Wed Lonnie Davis by the committee chairmen. Ready-T -Selve Cooked
10 o'clock in the educational }fr. and Mrs. O. W.White, Members were reminded of the

building. Helping to celebrate the occasion short course being given June .
Circle 2, with Mrs. A. Z. Ad- were the Olin White Jr.I 18, 19, and 20 at the Universityof CANNED' HAM 5-lbcan
kins, 508 N. Walnut St., Monday family, Mrs: Charles Fields and' Florida. 3.99

afternoon at 3 o'clock. sons of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ben' Hostesses for the evening were Ion a Yellow Cling Halves _

Circle 3, Monday afternoon Boone of Jackson, Tenn., and Mrs '1. J. Griffin, chaihnan, .
3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 'Boone and, Mrs. T. B.. Harding, Mrs. E. A. Super-Right Young Tender Select .

lu J. Green, 715 N. Walnut St children. Hall, !Mrs. O. L. Beasley and SLICED

Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Lb !
SLICED BEEF LIVER 19c'PEACHES

That Our BusinessIf A' & I
;: UQC Meeting, : ,

It's CALL Glass WRITE- or We VISIT Have It! .ry The W. 'T. Weeks chapter, U. Crisp Sweet Red To The Rind
annual cov-
D. C. will have its

If Joe Peters Glass Co. r ered final meeting dish picnic of the luncheon year at and the 29-oz WATERMELON each 89c

t home of Mrs. I. .N. Brazeale on can 25C:

,
FOR ANY GLASS NEED ... Kingsley Lake on Wednesday .. .

We Design Modern Store Fronts ,.;. .'fij x' June 5, at 11:30 o'clock.'GAY'S. Fancy Golden Kernel
Just Mail ,Us A Pattern for ;' :
:
-y Th
Table Tops % r.I I YELLOW CORN for
ll. 6 29c
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 .. ... $11 ,
'
,
I-Mr. and Mrs. Rus,3ll: Thomasof Home AppliancesYour Western Full
Starke announce the engage- Ann Page Delicious .

ment and approaching marriageof Friendly ,. rwsareach
v
a their daughter, Barbara Jane, 3Sc
$100.00 REWARDFor to Lonnie Marion Davis, son of Norge Dealer PREPAREDSPAGHETTI

Mr. and :Mrs. Oscar Davis of .
Hampton.The NQRGE APPLIANCES Washington Field'Grown

information leading to recovery of marriage will take placeon MAYTAG WASHERS
Friday, June 14, at 8 p. m.
16-foot Correct Craft Inboard Boat in the Pine Level Baptist Church.' COLEMAN HEATERS and RHUBARB pound 1Sc

No local invitations are being. FLOOR FURNACESWe I .
sent, but all friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invitedto II Service All Makes I
Stolen by sneak thief Thursday, :May 23 between attend. 20' ,
Of Appliances 2 %-oz cans 29C

2 and 6 a.m. In yard of New Kingsley Beach WESTERN for
2 29c
Jr. Women To Hold Phone 10 LETTUCE

Description White trimmed in blue .with red Buffet DinnerDanceThe Starke, Florida

bottom. 45 horse Cray. Marine Engine on yellow trailer. Luscious Golden Firm
Junior Woman's Club will

begin its summer socials witha .
Buffet Dinner-Dance for members : RIPE BANANAS pound 1 10c
All information will be strictly confidential.
their husbands or dates, I.
Jane Parker Luscious
next Friday, June 7, at 7:30 p. .f! TME/L RK .
m. at the Officer's Club at Camp .
Phone Starke 2911 or See Blanding.

Hostesses will be Mrs. Harry SUN. MON. TUES., APPLE : SPECIAL
,
Bill Helsabeck, New Kingsley Beach Hatcher Jr., chairman, Mrs. L. JUNE 2-3-4 '. BIRDEYE BRAND
.
a H. Harper, Mrs. James Black-
shear, Mrs. Frow Strickland, DOUBLE FEATURE "A&P No. 303 can FROZEN ,FOOD
'
Mrs. s. G. Denmark, Mrs. Mildred Running TargetCOLOR PIES ,.' SAUERKRAUT lOc
BUTTER BEANSA&P
Cuttino Mrs. Stanley Noegel and
Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr.Reservation.a. .
must be made Doris Dowitag and Arthur Franz A&P No. 303 can8inch'

with Mrs. Hatcher, Phone 2581, PLUS't SLICED BEETS lOc pkg.
This Is It!
Mrs. Denmark, Ph. 287-J, or each 43C
A Lawless Street
Mrs. Blackshear Ph. 2441, not A&P I j
later than Wednesday, June 5. Randolph Scott 2 f forFROZEN 35

Greatest Home Value Ever Offered Plus Color Cartoon For Kids WHOLE BEETS lOc

Guild --.
Wesleyan = :
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WED., THURS., JUNE ,5.6 I A&P 8%-oz can

$ Wesleyan Service Guild Unit DOUBLE FEATURE APPLESAUCE tOe
\ 995 2, will meet Tuesday evening at MIXED
The Cruel
7 o'clock for a covered dish sup- Tower
Swat
Sultana Salad A&P & Unsw't.No. 2 can
per meeting at the home of Mrs. John Erlcson and Marl Blanchard VEGETABLES

Henry Godwin with Mrs. Lola PLUS ORANGE JUICE lOc'
Perfect size for newly married or retired couples Garbett as co-hostess.

easy to keep clean, economical to heat or cool.. ] The Search For'Bridey DRESSING E ql 35 Sultaua.160z can 10-oz pkg.

Dance RevueMiss MurphyTeresa I Beans With Pork-lOc _
Built on your own lot, including foundation blocks. Wright and Louis Hayward

Completely finished on the outside. Inside unfinished sent her Patty dance Harrod pupils in will a' dance pre- Pins Cartoon For/Kids Super-Right 12-oz Ann Page 16-oz can 1 for 35e

for ceiling joists, flooring and partition studs. Woman's I l i '
except revue at the' Starke Red Kidney Beans lOc
We can build any size house from your floor, plan. Or Club on Thursday evening, June FRL; SAT., JUNE 7-8
our plans enlarged or altered to your specifications. 6, at 8 o'clock. The public is cordially DOUBLE FEATURE LUNCH MEAT 2*

This is not a prefab, portable or sectional house. invited:! v
Hollywood or BustTECIBVICOLOR

BRING YOUR DEED & DOWN PAYMENT SINGING, CONVENTIONThe .
A&P 24-oz food
OF $25 WE DO THE REST. Bradford-Union Singing Bean Martin and Jerry Lewis '

convention will meet Sunday PLUS --

Jim Walter 'Corporation June church 2,northwest with Evergreen of Lawtey Baptist, to ComancheC1lNE5tASCOPE : GRAPEJUlCE2Se ill Can Street .'

celebrate its homecoming. Dinners .... ;.,,; ..,..' .t" "J Starke *, -
Florida -v
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! _._._._._._._._l_._._'_._'_'_'_ _._._._-._._._. D. R. Edwards of Belle Glade Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth Jacksonville. Ralph Smart and daughters and o'clock. .5 5.,

r has spent the past week with his flew to Belleville an Ann Arbor,' -Mrs.'D. W. Durham of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs: c. B. Cannon of Sunday guest of. Vernie Pad

I sisters, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mich on Tuealay to spend the ville visited her: sisters, MISS Eliza Jacksonville.5'- gett and family were Mr.: and Mrs.'

FLORIDA Mrs. John Love Wilkes.Dr. remainder of the week with beth Terry and Mrs.' Joyce Futch, Ronnie Norman visited .his J. D. Davis and family of Jack-

I, A. J. Barry was host to friends and relatives. While there en Saturday. .5 grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Johnsonin sonville. -

I 14 guests at a barbecue steak Mr. Firth will attend the auto Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and Jacksonville last weekend. Mrs. Effie Boatright and daughter -

fry at his Kingsley Lake cottage races at Indianapolis' on May 30 family of Ocala spent Friday I Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Thompsonof spent the weekend in Mac-

THEATRE IN ThE NEWS u.- last Saturday evening. Mr. and 'Mrs. James Grooverand .night and Saturday with Mr, and Silver Springs spent the weekend clenny with Mr. and Mrs. Cleve

] .- I Mrs. Jimmy Rowe spent last children visited friends and :Mrs. Carl. Prevatt and the with the R. C. Bryant family.Mr. Manning and other relat ves.

I ,(--._.-_._-'_l_'_.-_*_o_._'_ -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..:. week with her husband, Sgt. relatives in Branford on Sunday man Norman family. Tru-I and Mrs. Wiley Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford (Tex)
------- Jimmy Rowe, at Fott Benning, afternoon. / Rev. W. L. :Mills, Jr. family of Jacksonville were Satur- .Wilson announce the arrival of a

SAT JUNE 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaverf Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughter, Ga. Mrs. Rowe Is making her ,Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance were business visitor to Jacksonvilleon 1 day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. i daughter Robbin Elaine, on Friday -

Williston spent the weekend Sylvia, spent Wednesday and home with her parents," Mr. and called to Fernandina Beach last Saturday.Mr. I W. Sapp and family. May 24, in Orange Pan;

DOUBLE FEATURE :with :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jack- Thursday of last week in Tallahassee Mrs. Hogan Smith until Sgt. week by the, serious illness of and Mrs. C. R. Whiteheadand _Mrs Nellie Mae Dryden of Hospital.

son and family.Mr. as guests of Rep.' and Rowe is discharged on Sept. 1. their daughter, Mra Billy Bur- daughters attended the kindergarten Jacksonville spent Thursday with Norman Hamilton of Jacksonville -

and Mra A. G. Loudon and Mrs. Doyle Conner. While there :Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort Lauderdale bank Jr., who Is now getting graduation at the Meth- Perry Davis and other relatives.Mr. visited his parents, Mr. 'and

family] spent Sunday at Jacksonville Sylvia sang at the Third House is spending several days along nicely. odist Church in Starke on Sunday ,and Mrs. Ed Carter and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton, Sunday

Beach. ,Ball Wednesday evening and they with her parents, Mr.:_ and Mrs.J. Mrs. Lucile Davis. spent the afternoon. Their daughter, Judy, family were in Jacksonville Sun- afternoon.Mr. .
I was one of the graduates.Mr. day for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Nick and Mrs. Paul Bennett and
Mrs. Drew Ratliff and children I were also dinner guests of Mr. ., S., Sapp. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R.
and Mrs. Mac
will leave Tuesday for a month's and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg the GET SET for your vacation J. Tatum in Jacksonville. McKinneyof Pope and daughter.Mr. daughters visited the Jesse ana
Jacksonville were Sunday eve- and ,Mrs. F. S. Campbelland W. M.. Smith families in Stark...
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I visit with her parents, Col. and same evening.Mr. with a Movie Camera from BollIngton's. Henry the week-
.Bradley spent ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs.
Mrs. R. M. St. Clair, in Dallas, and Mrs. William Flink For sale or rent. (tf) end with Devrick at Bed- LJoyd King and family on Saturday.
Larry
R. Whitehead and
Jacksonville daughters. spent. Sunday in Gainnesville with Bennett Green left Monday for
Fexas. and baby of were Mrs. Ben W. Boone of Jack- "
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ford Lake. "fr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Mr.
and Mrs. SYdney Williamson.Mr. Venzuela South America.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Blitch of Saturday overnight guests of son, Tenn. arrived last week to Mrs.
Mr. .and Mrs. J. P. Dill will be and Mrs. Sam Hicks
spent the and ]. rs. Arvis Kirklandhad Green and children. mIl remain
Lakeland weekend Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews visit Mrs. Boone and faIlIy. !-
were guests of Floyd '
in Waycross, Ga. over 'the week- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd as Sunday guests their sister, for sometime with her mothei
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Davis of Next week'Mrs.. Floyd Boone ,
end visiting their son-in-law and Martin of Daytona.The Mrs. Bell Lemacks of Daytona.Mr. .< Mrs. Selma Eunice.
Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs. Live Oak were, Sunday evening and ;children, accompanied by
daughter, Mr; and Mrs.. Oscar Ninth Grade with their and Mrs. Raymond Williams Milton Clarke and daughters
r... D. Green vis'tors of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Mm Ben Boone will return to o;
attended a joint : teachers
the Dills B. Jr.
Hendrix. Next week Hugh Ingram .Jacksonville. were weekend.Macclenny visited the D. B. Thomas -
meeting of the Methodist Wesleyan Ratliff. Jackson to join Mr. Boone and and Hendrixea have rented a and James.C. Smith spent Fridayat guests' the Ed Durban family.Mr. family on Sunday.
f : Service Guild and the Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards make their home.. Kingsley Lake. .- S
cottage at Lake. View Beach en and Mrs. Durban and sons Miss Minnie Lee Girffis
WSCS in Green Cove Springs on spent last week at Steinhatchee.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards I The Allan Hart family and Mrs. 'visited Mr. spent
Santa Fe Lake. I and Mrs. Frank Wil- the weekend with Miss Barbara
Ionday evening.Mr. D. E. Knight was in Miami and daughters spent the weekendin Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Humphries Nancy Keene spent Saturday with 'I liams In Hampton on Sunday Carter in Starke. -
and Mrs. George Powell last week visiting her son, Sarasota.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hart in BelL .
I and daughter, Patricia; are mov- ,afternoon. Mr. and Mrs., Ernest ''snnthpp..
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% ;jsA returned to their home in New- Paul Knight. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner ing this weekend from the Leon- Misses Fannie and Eilene Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parrish and land of Lake Butler visited Mr.-

t ton, N. C. after ten days visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mooreof of Jacksonville were Saturday hard house on Church street to Wheeler and their grandparents, daughters of Lake Butler spent and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and lam-

( l( RILIASI with Mrs. J. H. Fields. Houston, Texas are visitingMr. evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. the Payne house at 1017 W. Mr. and Mrs. Levin Griffis, were the weekend with the Aaron Sum- ily on Saturday.

Mrs. Harold Ford of Cocoa and Mrs. W. C. Ward and Paul Faulkner.Mr. Madison St., which they are pur Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ners. Miss Elizabeth Tatum .of Uni-

spent last week with Mrs. J. H. other friends here for two weeks. and,Mrs. L. E. Jordan and chasing.Mr. Landon Griffis in Jacksonville.Mr. Jack and Bobby Reynolds at- versity of Florida spent the-:week-

t Fields. She was accompanied I Mr. and''Mrs. Oscar Carter, son5Haro'ld, of Oveida will be I and Mrs. M. A. Payne and Mrs. Jack Estes visited tended the Stock Car races at end With her parents,. :Mr. and

\ home last Friday by Mrs. Fields I Mrs. Effie Johns and M. D. Car- weekend guests of Mra T. J.;I and family of Palatka were Sat- Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Burdette in Jacksonville speedway on Satur- Mrs. C. W. .Tatum.

and Charlie Powell, who spent ter and Mrs. Henry Carter of Griffin, Miss Annie Darby, and I urday evening visitors of Mr.: Jacksonville on Saturday: day.The R. L. and Randall Bradley and
in ,Dade City Mrs. Carrie Ritch. The C. B. Hiatts spent the Theodore Crews
the weekend.Mr. Maxville were and Mrs. Charlie Ccwen. familv.m_ ". the__ I :Mrs. 'Commodore Crews and
t AND'- and Mrs. E. C. Roberts Sunday visiting Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Marcia Vinci and babyof Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. weekend at their cottage at Crystal J. T. and Marklee Padgett fami- daughters spent Sunday in Tallahassee -

returned to their home in Day- Smith and Mr. and, Mrs. L. C. Broxton, Ga. have been spending Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr. 'and River. Mr. and tMrs. Oscar lies, Ernie and Eugene Griffis, with Commodore Crews at

tona Beach on Tuesday after Smith. the past two weeks with Mr. Mrs. Edward -Schwab were in Trudore visited them there on Barbara, Joy, and Mitchell Starling W. T. .Edwards Hospital.

I spending a week with Mr. and Sonny Tenly spent the week- and Mrs. Ira Harris. Also visiting Archer Sunday afternoon visit- Sunday.Mr. enjoyed a picnic at KeystoneLake
J HIS STRANGE GENIUS .' and Mrs. Woodrow Callan :Mr. and :Mrs. Edwin Padgetthad
Mrs. Carl Roberts who also hadas end in Atlanta with friends at ,the Harrises on Sunday ing Miss Mamie Anderson, Mrs.P. on Sunday. t
j ; FED ON LOVE guests last Wednesday and Georgia Tech. afternoon was Jesse Moore of and family were Sunday dinner Mrs. J. D. McKinney of Starke as Thursday evening guests
Mrs.
and
El: and Mr.
Stone I Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Lang of
i guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. L.
i( ;; Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Douglas, Ga. spent Sunday with,Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly were W. G. Allen and children. :Mills, Jr.Guests. Clay Hill. The Padgetts visite4
Crorfty of Pompano Beach. in Gainesville Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Middle- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompsonand of Miss Enza Blanchard, Perint.Charles Klein and Miss Lynn Herbert Padgett in Middleburg 0.1

ii Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petcherof visiting Mrs. W. H. Tenly. ton of Lima, Ohio1 were visitingMr. family, :Mrs. Lola Garbettand Mr. Blanchard and Bob' duringthe __ 'h Saturday.

Jacksonville are spending this Miss-i Patty Haired of Jackson- and Mrs. Paul Faulkner on I family:, Mr. and Mrs. Howard 'week were Mrs. Helen Naz- Aiarsnall and Mrs. L. P. Raluse
week with Mrs. Margie Underhill. Monday.Mrs. and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. .
and son, and Mrs. Leo
i ville-was a weekend guest of Mr. Meyers worthy and Mrs. Nettie Nolan of
Mrs. Bertha Pearce Carrie Adams has had as: Carl C. Norman in Jacksonvilleon
% spent and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. Champion were in St. Augustine Whitehouse, and Mr. and Mrs. J. FOR DEPENDABLE
Thursday to Saturday with Mr. visitors, Mm :Mary Edwards of Thursday evening.
\11 on Sunday.Mr. B.
Dr. A. J. Barry is in Philadel- Dye of Fort Lauderdale and
and Mrs. G. V. Phillips in Lake Jacksonville last week and Mrs. and Mrs. S. R. Johns were Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Francis Hefferon, former

City. phia Pediatrics, Pa. this post week graduate attending course.a Myra Foy of Lake City this week. in Miami last week, on a busi- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonaldand nurss secured! an apartment in Termite Control

VI.1 >} Miss Fannie Norman of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlon ness-pleasure trip. sons of Jacksonville spent Starke since Mrs. Reddish is
Mrs. Pearl Whitnel of Deland in Jacksonville Sunday visiting spending sometime with her
,. and Mr. and Mrs. Alton were Sunday with the J. D. Clarkes. 0 Household 4 CommercialPest
;;;;' few this week with *
spent days
a elatives.Mr. daughter, Mrs. Eve Godwin in
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HERBERT J.YATESpresents Higginbotham and children of .1 Charles Rigdon of Miami is ControlS
\ :'*: Callahan were weekend guestsof her sister.. Mrs. George Roberts, : and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand I visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Starke.

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. in Lawtey, and Mrs. Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner % Mrs. R. H. McC uley. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson Grove Spraying

Magic Fire Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thcmas Struth in Starke. of Jacksonville were in Alma. The first and second grades I and daughter and Mrs. Katie

MAIL AWAY the complete Ga. Monday evening to attend with their teachers, :Mrs. Kelly Padgett visited Mrs. Edna Sumner Call FR. 6-6055
I kTRUCOLOR __IU_ are vacationing this week in rfy Mrs. Joyce T.'I'utcbLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I
A WILLIAM DIETERLE PRODUCTION New Orleans. Centennial story three big the graduation exercises of a and Mrs. Morris, were carried by and family at Seville duringthe
tuning Issues of The Telegraph (includIng nephew. bus to the Jacksonville Zoo last weekend) Florida Pest Control
Mrs. II. A. Stafford underwentan
WONKE DE CW tARtOS THOMPSON 48historical edition) Mm Del Colley spent Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hodgson of Tuesday. Those accompanyingthem Baccalaureate Services for the & Chemical Co.
operation
eye Tuer.lay morning -
wrapped together ,In special Cen- day in Tallahassee with her were Mrs. James Crawford, Ninth
Grade will be held in the
RITA CAM Y.aIDlT1fiA CORTESE in Bradford Pittsburgh, Pa., who are vacation-
County Hospital
tennial wrapper and mailed to daughter, Jackie. Jackie is spending Mrs. Bill Dixon, Mrs. Fred Moore,
school June, at
Florida attended servicesat Sunday .2, 11 a.m. 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
in ,
and AIM! jADEL Richard Wal ii er- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Woods of ing .
s i friends and relatives anywhereIn the weekend in Chipley as the First Baptist ,Church on Mrs. D. A. Jones, Mrs. James Their Graduation will take place Gainesville, Florida

Plus Chapter No. 2 "Congo Savannah, Ga. were weekend USA for onlj 50 cents. Bring the guest of Miss Sandra Seay. _Simdav____ _morninET.Mr. ___ ._ Waters, and the bus driver, Mrs. Tuesday evening, June 4, at 8 I
Bill" and Cartoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell as your mailing list. We do the Mrs. Sam Anderson is spend- ."and n :Mrs. Joe Shuford and Leila JMae Hiatt. j f .
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Lawson. rest. ing Wednesday to Monday in sons of St. Augustine were weekend Marvin Warren of Jacksonville, -_ -. __ __ n ...t
,- Miami with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. of Mrs. John Shufordand and Mrs' Marvin Warren of F. S: S --5
guests
SUN., MON., TUES., \ Johnston. Dave. U., Tallahassee, spent from Friday 8PIECELIVING

JUNE 2-3-4 Mra A. A. Peck of Aiken, S. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of until Monday with Mr. and 5- I '

BARKSDALE'SGive C.: is visiting :Mrs. Eustis Me Jacksonville visited the .L. S. Mrs. J. E. Warren. They attendeda I ROOM

SCHOOL TEAHR Knight and family for two weeks. Tanners on Thursday.Mr. band concert in Jacksonville on .
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E. L. Langston is confined in and Mrs. G. W. Teston of Saturday evening. Their .niece, '

the, Bradford County Hospital Jacksonville visited the Earl Tes- Miss Beverly' Ann Appleby, was I. GROUP
Dad Wash and Wear one of the iIiciants In the
where he underwent Blaine ,
an eye operation tons on Sunday. Friends of I
t M C M tMSINT* .. -on Tuesday of last week; Teston will be glad to know that I I concert. 1 I S ,

.... JEAN Mrs. :Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewas he returned from Bradford County Mrs.. Margaret Kelly and Mr. .
t SIMMONS and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Consisting-
vin'ting' Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Hospital last Sunday.Mr. .
PAUL 4 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson, and
Middleton on Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennett PHONE 80
U DOUGLASANTHONY Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly at New of
1 MATES and Mrs. J. G. Hardingof and son of Daytona were Friday 123 EAST CALL STREET
'k", of Mrs. Troy Ben- River. on Sunday.
Douglasville Ga. were Satur- night guests
.FRANCIOSJ day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. nett and Gary. .and Mr.sons and of Mrs.Jacksonville Howard Miner were 15 Couch and Matching Platform anil T.V.

I B. Harding Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce had
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Sunday guests -
Here's xthe popular IvyStyled .' Junius Smith spent the first as Saturday guests Mrs. Claude Miner. Chair

button-down shirt beauti- of the week in Miami on busi- Sapp and daughter, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith of

-IN ClNIUASCOH fully crafted by Puritan with c" :, .npqq.---. Barbara Tallahassee.Mrs. Jean Koons. and daughterof I Marietta visited the' Ernest Rau- 1 Coffee Table; 2 Step End Tables; and

an exclusive foulard print ; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance wli E. E. Burney spent Mon- lerson family on Saturday.

PLUS The perfect mate to the Ivy j spend the weekend in New Orleans day and Tuesday with her mother- Frank Johnson, son of Mr. and 2 Table Lamps

"Love Is Blind" Cartoon model polished cotton play where they will attend the Capp- Hn-law,Mrs.Georgia Ann Sapp. Mrs. Shirley Johnson, preachedhis

I shorts with adjustable back : : ing exercims Friday evening at They were :Tuesday dinner guestsof first sermon at the Churchof S

WED., THURS., FIt!., tab. Both are WASH-and- 5+ Charity Hospital when thei Mrs. Sapp's brother and sister- Christ last Sunday morning.
'
JUNE 5-6-7 WEAR Cotton and will require !* 'jI iS daughter, 'Barbar,i, will receive in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Will Burney, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosleyand
little .: her Cap. Miss Lance will return in Starke. family of Jacksonville spent
or no ironing .y cti. ;: ,
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE the Dave
,Sunday with Tanner
home with her for two
parents
Weekend visitors at the Fred
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: weeks vacation. I I Moore home were Mrs. Will Ed-
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Waldrons
THE PLATTERS The Robert as
WAR \ ( S .5 MAIL AWAY the complete wards of Jacksonville, and Mrs.C. .
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._ weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.
} 5t '. Centennial story three big Y. Mayo of Tampa. James Hodge of Lake City Mr.

) '. '-" t .5 I 1 4 ;.. 5 St' ,.. issues of The Telegraph (including Troy and Wayne Bennett of and Mrs. Tip Courson and the I I
historical edition)
j :4s. 48-page Edgewater spent the weekend Hilmun Waldron family of Jack
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'.,A. AVONLEE SHIRT $5.00 k' tennial wrapper and mailed to Buster Bennett also spent the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and .5 '..*. .5 ...
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friends anywhereIn his
:h t' weekend with wife and son sons, Mrs. John Brown, and Mr.
\ S # USA for only 50 cents. Bringus at the home of Mrs. Hattie Dar- and Mrs. W. J.< Wise were busi-
t t\ list. We do the '
} PLAY SHORTS $5.00 your mailing ley.Mr. ness visitors to Palatka last Tues

;' rest.Mrs. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and day. Ralph and Billy carried Mr.
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j y : Floyd Boone and children, family of Jacksonville spent and Mrs. W. J. Wise to Opp, '

Olin White Jr. and sons, and Saturday night and Sunday with Ala. after they had spent several !\ Only 149.95.
1I ",- -'-, Mrs. Ben Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dobbs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. days here.

;: Miss Yvonne Savage spent Sun-, Walter Wilkinson. Mr. Wilkinson( Mrs. Mattie Henderson and the U"Hn.

f IL WIN! ENTER PURITAN'SNI day at St Augustine and Marine- has improved in healthe since Colonel Norsworthy family hadas .

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3IA 1957

'. .xo-TI c ,E Deoertptioa 1. T. R.Aere Owner DescrlftioBEH i
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i. Taxes T. B,Aerea Owner' Taxes NE1 ot A'W'E EX
Notice Is terety fen mat the following described lands will
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"e sold at Public 'Auction on the list day of May. 1957. at Starke, Lots 8, !9 I, 10 Of Elk of NEU of &; Ex: 2AInNE

the County of Bradford State of Florida to day the amount due for 2 in Gahagan S/D William Wesley 'i.35 NEU S of River 6 8 22 10 :A. W. Weisner & Cor' US. 21 33 Gus .rcFashlon s.n

taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with all cost of such
T. J. Alderman 2.86
Lot 19, %3 of Blk 2 + ,
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&Lot 12 of Blk
axle and advertising. Lot 5 of Lake Bedford
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DcMriptioa 9. T. R. Acres Owner Tue.NE'k' 3 of Gahagan f'1.. : Shores
S/D / .' Hamp Cohen Raymond G. Werl- "W 40 ft. S 316ft
*, 8.35 nett 21.76 for POB W U .5it
Of NEB EX : "I ; S US ft, E U '
Com at NW Cor of Tracts 3D, 4D 5-.
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Drainage ,
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aent H/W 36 I 20 40' Alfred V. Everett 4L8SEU Blk 2SofR2 ..' ),[t. Pleasant S/D .
.. x, ... Jessie T. Stewart 5.17 Rd 200, N along .
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Lot,. 13, 14 of Blk. for A POB, run E .' : Tract 12, 13 Carl 1V W 111 RIW'ft 163.4.ft to FOB, U 0 Z2 1. Anne flumes

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of SWUof 27 20 4R H. Green, Jr. 10.71" I EX R/W TemplesSD 21 8\i2 Ella Ellerso 8.39 34 of NE% 21 I 22 'id Billy F. Williams 81.60 'Z'l' Pate 335 '. IS 1 U. A. J. Carver 1.31 I

7 'N* of NW' .
FE4 SWU 21. 20 40 Luclle E. Greea 10.71 Peg at SE Cor of Sc.NW'4 ; I Beg. at SE Cor of NW'sEX W S A ,
SEU tun-Noon E' /
of SWU .
..
&EX3AIDNECot
E34 of SWU of line of, Sect 24 .
run W 60 ft. N 5 5 U'2 12 T6mmy
SW% & SE i Of 200 ft, E 60 ft,' 1593. SWly te APT .'. "-: Gm n.n

'SWi 33 1 20 60 R. H. Green, Jr. 25.79 ,S 200 ft to POB 22 I '21 Johnnie Williams 4.72 on S line of Carl Johns,
Sect' 431' W of Tax

6EU of .NWM A N Com at SW Cor of ... SE Cor E 431' to : ... City 'of Collector Starke, Florida
3/4 of SWfc .Of NW% of SWU POB 24 8 22.; 6 ;.Albert Nelson 6.56
; j '_ Sl17., it en _
NW4 24 0 20 70 R. H. GreeD Jr. 18.54 run E 460 ft, N v. -- -. ., .
.
Beg.*ta pt on dlr \
230 ft, E 100 ft. 5 i
S of SWU of for POB, N 200 ft. line of Rge. 22 A la tke Clrralt Cart Ia' and' 'Fer THE RIGII'r'POINT for the

1\OW% 34 ,. 20 1Queen Eata Gant. .. 23 ABA'85' :' ; -, Bradford Cwuty.'Fleiiea1st
E 50 ft. 8 200 ft. :: ... way you write. Come 4n and
ling LIT of cr. line of .. ChaBcery. select'your
W 50 ft to. POB 22 8 ,11Borace Colbert .' T.77 ..
-- / Hwy 21, run S to ; Charles Wesley Howell, Plaintiff favorite ESTERBROOK
Lot 3 EX 15.7 A to Beg at SW Cor of'S lake, from POE'S'' ',' v s. Margaret)[.' Howell Defendant. Fountain

Ernest Edwards j.' NWU of SWU & ... i run wly on S" ':". Divorce No.' 10-2169 Pen. TELEGRAPHWollard .

& E% of N% of'- run E along U R/W"75'. sly 72.6' Notice By ".UeaU.. la Salt

Lot 4 & Lot 5 & See line riCO ft for to-lake ely along ; F.r Dtv.ree Samuel S. Wollard, Jr..
SH of Lot 6 & N i POB, N 200 ft, E .f Lake to Int of 1st To: Margaret M. Howell. 746 and Pearl ..Kalch are defendants;

8/4 of Lot 1, >, 9 50 ft. S 200 ft to \ .- line from'PO' 25 t" 22L Albert Nelson 17.72 South George Street York Fennsyl that the property involved in said
& 10 'I 'I 20 325 Elgham Enter- U Sec line W I vania. suit is situate in Bradford County

price, Inc. 245.52 along .U Sec lIne > : Com at SE Cor of You 'are' hereby notified that a Florida and described as:

50 ft to POB %3' 2J' .' Levy Lennon 8.77 NH of NE% of Bill of Complaint for Divorce has PARCEL 2;
Lots I, 2, 10 11 of NWU of NW% & '_ been filed against you, and that North Half of Southeast -Quarter
Blk. 1 In Ward All E% of NWU of run N 108 ft for of Northeast Quarter
you are required to serve a copy (N% of
City 1 I, t 20 G. H. Parker 5.07Lot NEU N of Rd U' 22 10 Edward Ricks Z5." POP then W SOft of your Answer or" pleading to the SE;, of NW>U of Section 21,

N 100 ft- E 50 Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff'sattorneya Township 7 South, Range
6 of Blk. 1 !aWard W 40 ft of N 105 S. ft, S 100ft to POB 25 I. 22 Addle Lee Davis 6.66 Tench & Reynolds, P. East; 22
City I.7 20 Mrs. L. A. Green 6.17
ft of EH of O. Box 468, Gainesville. Florida, that the relief
Lot 38 in sought is the
Indian
\ NW% bE% of parti
o and file the original Answer
or tion of
said
inWard
Lot 5 of Elk. 16 NE% 23 6 22 Battle Beach' Hazel Goodell Cot property and the es
City t 7 20 Earl G. Cook 4.37 Rogers 43.46 pleading in the office of the Clerkof tablishment and satisfaction of
j t pedge 102.22 the Circuit Court on or before certain
t equitable liens
W 68 ft of SE/4 of between the
the 3rd day of June, 1957. It i
you
Int. In parties and
'4 Undivided SEU of NEU 2S. 22 1 Percy Sullivan 34.20 J. n.. KELLY, fail to do so, judgment by default ordered; you are summoned,
SW% of SEU and required to file
Tax Collector
W&t will be taken against 'for the your
you
all SE% of : written Answer or defenses
Lot 6 & 7 of Blk Bradford County, Florida. to the
relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint Amended
E of hard ltd. & 2 in Dowling Complaint as to said
all SE!% of SWV4 Park S/D ..'ttey: L. H. Hartley .7.85 Parcel 2 in said cause in the office
W of hard Rd EX Done and Ordered at Starke, of the undersigned Clerk of said

that port N of Gr. Lots 5&7 of Blk '. NOTICENotice Florida, this 1st day of May, 1957. Court in Starke, Florida, on or

Rd. & EX W %5 13 in .orlg Town s/Charles A. Darby, before the 26th day of June, 1957,
25 I 21 75 W. H. Walnwrlght Z8.'lt.All /rj-r R ?. -. Clerk of Circuit Court and to serve a
ft
of Starke IT -. ._. Mrs. W. 1'. Mar Is hereby given that the copy thereof on
following described
lands Hollis
ehall H6.7S will be 5/10 4t 5/31 V. Knight plaintiffs
SW'i of ITNofRd.3An. .I. sold at Public Auction on the 7th day of June 1957, at City Hall, whose address is Starke attorney -

Lots 1, 3 of Blk 16 City of Starke, County of Bradford, State of Florida to pay the NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida, on or before said date,

NE Cor. of SEVi EX W 25 ft & EX \ amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with IB Clrcvlt C.nrt. Bradfert C.ury. required by the Laws of Florida

of NW'14 27 S 21 23 Carl Reddish, 1122 N 35 ft of Lot 1 : all .costs of such sale and advertising. i Florida I. Chancery. and the Florida Rules of Civil

I in orlg Town of I ,' } \ Charles Pfetter, Plaintiff, vs. Procedure. It you fall to so do, a
Ski of NW i EX 3 Starke --- -m Carl Rltch, 35.26 Hannah Pfeffer, Defendant. decree pro confesso will be entered '
Description S. T.
lUAcres
A in NE Cor. & Owaer Taxes Case No. 102185Notice against you for the relief demanded

all NH of SWU Com 210 ft E of NE To Appears in the complaintIT
Reddish EeL EO.U v Lot 9 of Blk 2 in
BranchS'H. Z'l I 21 11'1 Dry '!i-m- .
N of Cor of Broadway To: Hannah Pfeffer, whose resldence IS HEREBY
Sunny Acres S/D ORDERED
& Hoyt Sts & run Albert Tyson 1.77Lot and addess is: 205 Tenafly this order that ,
and
2M.. J. Thomas US notice shall be
10SWU 6 21 'I. pub
of NEU
of NEU N 105 ft E 52% 4 of Blk 2 in Road, Englewood. New Jersey lished once each week for four
ft S 105 ft W 52% You are hereby notified that a consecutive' weeks
II 40.Doris Dell Etal l'lZ Sunny Acres Robert Dell in Bradford
of SEU 13' ft to POB 2S. 22'"j\ ode 'W. Colson 34.13 1.77 suit for divorce, custody and con County Telegraph, a newspaper

All W% of Blk 5 SotR4WEoZW trol of minor children, supportof published In Bradford
County 'Fle-
1 Lot in NE Cor. ofLot Lot 2 of Blk 1 of 1 defendant and minor children rids and having a

17 being 666 L T & Cos S/D ...n. t Elizabeth McCoy line of NE;. of has been filed against you in the tion in said County.general circula

It lawn sq. in Wood- 10 I 2J I N. H. Starling lUZ Agt 9.90 SWU Temples S/D 21 8 22 5 Rufus RIgsby 6 U above named Court and cause and WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
you are required to serve a copy of said; Circuit Court of I

W% of Lots 3 & 4 All that Portion -of your answer or pleading to t&econv County Florida, and Bradford
Lots 17, 18 in 11 1 2J 20 A. Morris lUZSW of Blk 27 in LT.1; E% Of Blk 6 S of plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney said Court at Starke the seal of
Bradford
Woodlawn & Cos S/D -.t h! Frances Slocum WH R 3 W Temples T. Frank Landrum P. Q. Box County Florida this
17th
'. ." Hams 8.27 SID that lies in 546, Starke Florida May, 1957.CIRCUIT. day of
14 In ,
of Lot 2J S Carlton G. W1111ams US NEU of SWU EX and file the original tn the office of ( COURT
18 I .. < SEAL)
WoodlawnNH the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Blk 4 in Temples E3Oft&EXW .S' Charles A. Darby,
add EX Lots I, 2 .i. \ 100 ft and EX N or before the Clerk of the
of Circuit
of NEU Wainwrl 3 Blk 4 A. A. Annie 22.30 10th day of June, 1957; Court of
SE! 21' 2J 20 Agnes Thomas & of 296% ft 21 6 224 David Gunter 6.32 Bradford County Florida
otherwise the of
4 ht US .. allegations said Hollis V. Knight
2om at SE Cor of Lot S & 4 of Plk 1 Complaint will be taken as confessed Attorney for Plaintiff
'
NWU of SWU EX NEU of SEU 'of in Gahagan SID James Clark, Jr.. 4 09 This by you.notice shall be 5 24 4t 614
publishedonce
2J I 2J 30 Agnes Thomas Wainwright NEU & run N 18
10A in NE Cor. US ft, W 107 ft for \. Lot 7 of Blk 1 In \ each week for four consecutive .

A POP, run N 115. Gahagan S/D EX ,' .. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph NOTICE 0 APPEAR
ft, W 100 ft, S R/W la Circuit Court, Bradford
of Ivory Morris Gouty,
EH of NWU U I U 10 Elizabeth Prince 115 ft, E 100.ft to 5 5 5 2.27 Dated this 7th day of May, 1957. I Florid i I. Chaaecrr.

SEU BarteU U'I POB 23 .n S. W. Halsten n." Lot 8 of Blk 1 In rci-i I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Marilynn L. Shampine, Plaintiff, vs.
Gahagan S/D EX -1 ,--_ Clerk of the Circuit Court :James A. Shampine, Defendant.

of Beg at NE Cor of R/W -5 Aaron'Holley 2.27 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I Case No. 10-2176
Town
9 In
Lot Sadie Crawford 3.16 SEU of NEVI run 6/10 4t 5/31 .Notice To AlJuu
E of Ry. S >
Lawtey W 335 ft, S 330 Lot 3 of Blk 2 in To: James A. Shampine, whose

Lots S, 4, 5, 6 of :.: ft to POB then E .:- Gahagan S/D -.'1 -. ; Levy Lennon 1.77 NOTICE TO APPEAR andria residence and address is: 992 'Alex

Blk. 13 in Law 130 ft S 50 ft .'; Im Clrenlt Court. Bradford County Street, Carthage, New York.
tey E ot Ry. '''f! t' Jessie Armstead 9.69 W 130 ft N 50 ft Lot 5 of Blk 2 in Florida la Ckaaeery. You for are hereby notified that a suit
to POB %9' ; 23 Lela Buckles 16.03 Gahagan S/D '" Nola Harden 1.77 Helen Arlene Anderson Plaintiff has divorce
been
Lot 1 S/D of Lot 13 ." vs. Robert Lee Anderson, Defendant.Case filed against you In the
in Town of Law- _1:: Com at NE Cor of Lots 8, 9. 10 of Blk -- No. 10-2170 above named Court and cause and

tey E of Ry. W. J. Barber" 1.69Lot SE% of NEU & 2 in Gahagan S/D William Wesley. 3.32 ffotice T. Appears you are required to serve a copy of

run W 350 ft, S To: Robert Lee Anderson, whose your answer or" pleading to the
for A POP .., I Lot 19 23 of Elk 2 "I ."- t oomplaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
2 in Blk 16 in 165 ft ; : ; residence is Corpus Christie, Texas,
Lawtey E of Ry ,. t ., Harry Kittles 6.17 thence S 50 ft, E ,- < & Lot 12 of Blk '": .-CTI ; .I,_P' and whose address is: C/o Duncan J. Donald Gibson, 100 Smith

150 ft, N 50 ft. W : 3 Gahagan S/D S Hamp Cohen 3.S2 I Furniture Company. 1337 South Building, Jacksonville t, Florida

One Lot 100 ft E ;. y' 150 ft to POB 29 6 I 23 L. M. Gatlla 86.70 .Staples Street, Corpus Christie, and file the original in the cffico
& W by 274 ft N&SinSWCorot J ', i .,. ri'
'. ., 1 w '-.: .'' ':.!" : ,.. Com at NE Cor ofSEV,4tof i Gahagan SID .. Samson White 2.65 or before the 10th day of June,
You 1957
s "' are hereby notified that a suit ; otherwise the

ft Lot.In 17 Lawtey EX S E 137 of ,-- 4 4* t:..... *- ::. .S'r run -W 100 NEU ItS& ,"": ; : .;: : ." .. ';,' it' ". ,'I 1 lot lying in SW', for divorce, custody, control and said Complaint will allegations be taken as of

Ry' .+ -Sf7-: xE Bertha FloreiceT 7.17 15 ft for A POB t' of NWU of SEU support of minor child has been confessed by you.
... This
.... ,- .. "then' run S 100 ft 100itN&Sby filed notice shall be published

Com at SW Cor of \ W 50 ft N 100 ft 50 ft E & W as against .you in the above named Once each week for four consecutive

Blk 18 & run N E 50 ft to roB 29 6 523 William .T. Bennett 44.36 'desc in DD Bk .71 .. Court and cause ana you are required graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele
274 ft for A POB, -: Pg 215, n. 22 Frank Ward 3.77 to serve a copy of your answer Dated'

run W 80 ft. N Beg 15 ft W of NE .r or" pleading to the complainton this 4th day of May 1957.
(Official
102 ft, E 80 ft, S 1'" Cor of W% of \ Com at SW Cor of the Plaintiffs Attorney Seal) Charles A. Darb.

102 1to POB in NEU .of SEU of NW% of. .SWU Daniel A. Japour, 306 Guaranty By Marian Clerk of the Circuit Court
TownLawtey NEU run S 140 run E 460 ft N Life Building, Jacksonville 21; L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

E of Ry 1 : Robert Austin ..1'1 ft. W 100 ft to" 230 ftr E 100 ft Florida 6/10 4t 6/31

POP S 200 ft, W for POB. N 200 and file the original in the office of NOTICE-

Lot 27 In Town of 220 ft, N 200 ft, ft, E 50 ft, S the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Za Clrcclt TO APPEAR
Lawtey E of Ry J. W. Barber" 1.95 E 220 ft to POB 29 8 22 Elmer. Thornton 8.27 200 ft, W 50 ft to or before the 10th day of June, Florida I.Coast Chaacery.Bradford Coaaty

POB 22 ,8 22 Horace Colbert 6.55 1957; otherwise the allegations ot Petty Lou Brock
S 165 ft of Lot J2 w 1A in SW Cor of ." .- .. said Compalnt will be taken as Jessie Lee Plaintiff, vs.
Brock
in Town of lf1wtef .. Lot 4 of Blk 12 In Com at SW Cor of 1 confessed by you. Defendant.
E of Ry. .. ,,.. ,- Jessie Lee Barber" 4.87Wm Gaskina add Rosier Collete NWy4'of SW% This notice shall be publishedonce Notice To Appear.Case No. 10-2191
6.27 run E 460 ft, N
each week for four consecutive To: Jessie
Lot 42 in Town of .; .' 230 ft. E 50 ft for weeks in the Bradford Couny Telegraph residence Lee Brock, whose
,- -
Lawtey E of Ry .i t Lee 9.19 Com at NE Cor of POP N 200 ft, E and whose is Marcus Hoop, Penn.

SE%' of SEU run 50 ft, S 200 ft, Dated this 2nd day of May, 1957. Otis Sun; Sun address is c/o S. S.
Oil
W lA of Lot 43 in \-:- W 1188.3 ft. S W 50 ft to POB U" 8 21... GeraldIne Smhb 8.05 (OFFICIAL SEAL) [.Hoop, Penn. Company, Mareus
Town of LawteyE .
353.3 ft, then E Charles A. Darby,
of Ry Harry Kittles 3.25 395.6 ft, S 948.8 Beg at SW Cor of _. Clerk of the Circuit Court I You are hereby notified that a

q ft. W401.9ft.N NW% of SW% & By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk. suit for divorce, care, custody
Lot 47 & S 1/3 of ; 'j' 1 948.8 ft to POB 30 8 22 8.9 LeRoy Wilson 7.77 run E along U .. e/10 4t 5/31 and support of minor children
Lot 46 in Lawtey has been
Sec line 560 ft ; filed against you in the
E of Ry Amelia Hawk 21.76Fannie That port ef SWU- for POB N 200 ft NOTICE TO APPEAR above named Court and cause and

of NEU N & W E 50 ft S 200 ft ... !. Clmlt CMrt, Bradford Conty, you are required to servo a copy of
Lot 49 & N 1/3 ef of Co Gr Rd 11' 1B '. 8 Randall F. Chitty 8.JUi to-U Sec line W Florida i IB Ckanecrr. your answer or pleading to the com

> Lot 46 in Lawtey along U Sec line ,.. Henry L. Hoover, Plaintiff TS. plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
E of Ry X r Stewart 5.67 NEU of NWU EX 55 60 ft to POB U' 22 ?>. :?'> Levy Lennon '.05 Mittle May Hoover Defendant. Alfred C. Scott, 301 Smith PiuM-

5 A in SW Cor t- ing, Jacksonville 2. Florida
Case No. 10-2178
1 Lot 100 ft N & + ..., '
& EX 2AnNE Com at NW Cor of and file
-' ,1, Notice To AppearTo the original In the
S by 400 ft E & Cor 32 8 22 33 Gus McFashlcj 22.80 SWU of SWU & : Mittle May Hoover, whose the Clerk of the Circuit Court office of
W in SE Cor of 1- on or
'
run S 210 ft E residence and address is: Unknown. before the 17th day of June, 1957
Com at SW Cor ofNWT 100ft for A POB, otherwise ;
in III. S You are hereby notified that. suit the allegations of said
Lot 52 Town
E of ,: ; ; of SE;. & run S 100 ft. E for divorce Complaint will be taken as confess

of Lawtey '\ ; -' James Lewis Barber 5.16 run E 221 ft, N .... 259 ft, N .110 ft, \ has been filed against you in the ed by you.
Ry 152 ft for A POB. W 259 ft to POP 22 6 23 LInnle Tyson, et at 8.14 above named Court and cause and "This notice shall be
published
Lots 10 11 la Otts run N 129 ft to you are required to serve a copy of once each week for
four
.. '
S/D of Lawtey -" .-.. J. L. Nicholson 5.17 E side of Rd 13, 'W 66 ft of SEU ff- your answer or" pleading to the five weeks in the Bradford consecu
sly along Rd 146 of SEU of NEU 28I % 23, 1 Percy Sullivan 13.36 complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Telegraph. County
"
N 4 of NEU of 1 ft. E 82 ft to POB 32 6 2J' D., Eo. Knight 16.53 Mack S. Futch, P. O. Drawer 943, Dated this 14th day of May 1957.
Lot. 6 & 7 of Blk
SE% & NEU ofNW3 > J Starke, Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chanes
\ A. Darby
Cor of 2 in Dowling
SE .
ot SE}: U i Z2 II Clara L. Bryson 13.72 Com. NW at% of SEU & Park'S/D .. ,; L. H. Hartley 3.83 and file the original in the office ClerK of the Circuit Court
of the Clerk of the By Marian L.
Circuit Court on Crosby, Deputy Clerk
N 566 ft for _
E 440 ft of SEU Of run Lots 1 & 2 of Blk S -S or before the 10th day of June, 5/17 4t 6/7
A POP, run W \
25 1 Z2 'I Manuel McNeal 17.24
of NW iaS7
SWU ;. ; otherwise the allegations of
490 ft, N 274 ft.. 9 in L T'COSSD .
N 3/4 of NE}. 25 1 n 1:1 Lee Kue Theung 48.92 E 280 ft, S 228 Y t,; 'Dan Thomas %.%1 said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as la Judicial the Circuit Court of the Third
Ift J
ft, E 210 ft, S 46 Circuit of Florida la
to POB U' 22 2 Harrington Chandler 12.41 Lot 2 of Blk 12 ,' his notice shall be publishes Bad For Bradford County
SEU of NWU of each week for four
'- once consecutive
la
SWU.SEU 25 1 Z2 10 John Allen 5.97 v in L T & COS .. .:.ry r ; weeks in the Bradford County Tele Ckaaeery.
: .ots 2 & 3 of Blk S/D -- 5, ..' ::.-j'," i J. W. Robinson 4.59 graph. Walter D. Wood Plaintiff TS. I
7 ,
of SWU of 16 in Lincoln 21-' : ;S: ti Mabel B. Wood, Defendant.
this
Dated 6th day of :May 1957.
SWUSWU 25 AI Z2 JiO C. I. & M. Ding City Luclous Cottle 4.95 Blks 25 & N of '.. ,, '. ,. ,.: (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby NOTICE TO DEFEND
Lot 26 in I T & \
hIder 5.67 > .4 I To: Mabel B. Wood
<, 440
Clerk of the Circuit Court
-: CO'S SID .!. A. !.. RandolphFrances It I! Sequl e
1 Lot as desc DB I II. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 'Avenue, Staten Island 9, New York.
Of NE}; of 77 Page 335 II' 22 A. J. Carver" 7.35 S f' .S- I 5/10 4t 5/31 Notice is hereby given that a ,

SE;( 26 6 22 10 Robert White 6.17 -- W% of Lots 3&4 ,. Complaint for Divorce has been \1
%A in SE Cor of of Blk 27 In LT." : \ filed against you by the
1A rn NW Cor of SEU of NEU beIng "fie! & COS S/D -4. J. / Slocum IB the Circuit Court .f the Eighth in the above styled Court Plaintiff and

SE% of NWU 35 I 22 1 Wlllard & Crawford 2.75 105 ft sq U' 22 'h Pearl M. Colson 2.47 } :Williams 2.55 JadieUI Circuit of Florida IB Bad are hereby required to serve you a
For Bradford Covatytla copy of
SH of SWU of' % Blk 3 18 Lots EX Lots 1, 4 of '1COS f-.-' Chaacery upon Charles your answer A. Williams and pleadings

NWU I 0 I 20 Clarence Moore 1.!1 .. E 41.67 ft of Lots .. .' in L. T. & "-.' '-. Ethel Holmes Plaintiff, vs. Lee Building, Melbourne, Florida, Tubbs
1. 3. 5, 7, 9, 11 S/D :p. ... Marion Dell 6.14 Roy Kalch. Jr., et al, Defendant for the Plaintiff and, Attorney
Com 25" N of Gr 13, 15, 17 of Blk Sin Order of Publication and the original file
Rd & 50 E of 3 EX W 83.33 ft : Lots 3, 4 of Blk 40 : ..... Notice To Defend the office of answer the or pleading in

Cnt of Hwy 301 of Lots 1 & 3 L. T. & COS .......,. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Circuit .Court Clerk of the
,
Bradford
run nely on E R/W & Plk 4 EX Lots r 1. SID .?? 1"I/ Jackson Hicks Helen'Bennett and Eugene A. Ben Starke, Florida on or before County,

1100', E 647.8' for -I 1 thru 6, Sln, security .. : 6.09 nett of South Bend, Indiana whose 10th day of June, 1957. If the
POB. Cont E 363 113 "'r-. ro. Louie F. 'Roberts 14."8 residence is otherwise unknown: to do so, a decree you fail

to W R/W of RR, ., ,Blk 5 lnLT& COS :a. i Juanita Hankins and Michael Han- be taken against pro confesso will
N on RAW 120' E ."U5' of W% of Add t Mrs. Mike Marucca 47.35 kips of Lansing. Michigan, whose demanded in the you for the relief

W 363*. S to POB 10 1 22 T Jasper. Ford 8.7 7 SW% of "SEU DB S ". ; residence is otherwise unknown: ComplaInt.
82. Page 79 35 I 22 6 Zane Brooks 677 Lots 5, 10 of Blk I Lea Kalch McFeeters and R. P. Witness my hand and seal at ;

N 139 ft of thatportionNof 11dn L T & .CO3 '" -' McFeeters, whose residence is I Starke, Florida, this 6th day of
-5-S
I t ],[rl. Mike Marucca 10.13 May 1957.
SEU of WISAotN% of Grafton, Virginia; Karl H. Zelg- 5
of HyEX NEU of SWU 2 7 2. li James Thomas Way: 21.80 a- ler, whose residence Is Cypress Charles A. Darbys i
W 705 ft 15. 221 3/4 Virginia H. Hoss 13.67 .,Blk 4 in Temples l" Creek, Severna Park Md.; JosephC. Clerk of Circuit Court
N 332 ft of that Add EX Lots 1. '- .- 4 I
Zeigler. whose residence isCypress I
1 Lot in SE Cor ofW'M portion of S* of 2 & :3 of.E'1k. I '1.:."' '" _.Eunice .Annls 1.23 Creek, Severna Park, By Marion L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 'j
H .. .
t"" Z' ono tt bslM
'
:; of SW% of SEU of SWU Maryland, and if married his un I
r ; .
SEU being 38 ft that,,lies E of Rd 8NWU T II 8 William Henry Beg at NE 'Cor of ,, .1' .' ... known wife; Karl H. Zeigler, -

N &Sby 330 ft Smith 64.61 SE'4 of NEU run 330 "> whose residence is Severna Park,

E & W POB being W 335 ft S Maryland, and whose mailing ad- NOTICE TO APPEAR
In SH .of of SEU, & ft to POB' then dress liP. O. Box 303, Severna la ClKalt Cart Bradford Comaty,
NWU Of SWU Cf.SEU E% of SEU, of .. E 130 ft S 50 ft Park Maryland and It married his Florida! la Chaaeery.

-I 0 22 Ardell & Dorothy NEU & SWU Of W 130 ft, N 50 Bucklea unknown wife; Evelyn Panne. Frances Damato Plaintiff, vs. Jobs ,
Bell.' Howard 87.Z p SEA of NEU 4 7 23 70'J.. C. Edmondson 25.20 ft to rOB 29 8 23 : ,. Lela' 8.14 I'packer, Individually and as domiciliary Damato, Defendant. I

"' ;' .. administratrix of the estate Case No. 10-2183
of ;
A Com at SE Cor of Com at Ne Cor I T.
1 Lot 339 ft E / of Cleon Pannepacker. deceased Notice AppearTo
SWU of NEU & SEU of NEU' .& p I John
Why 660 ft N & whose residence is 204 : Damato, whose rest
S in SW Cor of run N 460 ft for Run W 350 ft S :- ". :7: Washington Aye n u e, Newtown, dence and address is: 234 Ellery

SEU of NWU ,*TUA 1 23 .1 Etta Jones 4.22 A POB, run W 4 S .165*..AA.ft for o CA A POB. T3; :.,'I'' ...,4. :.- ennsvlvinia- -- mnn' T. Pannenacker.- ; Street Brooklyn NewYork..

500 ft. N 65 ft E. '- 150"ft u .. .r Jr.. David Pannepacker and -\Dna You are hereby aotlflefl east a
W
.' .
in DB 500 ft. S 65 ft to b0POE' .
dese
as 21' 21 ;,r.. .Jot'- CaUla15.S6 Bash the residence of each of suit fer a divorce care, custody
ft to
B7c60Pg339 11. 33 tt Junes CrtJger- 8.It.... POB 8 T 22 1 Nora Sutton 7.77 150 whom is unknown: and all unknown and control of minor child .

AH that portion of' Com 210 ft E of Com at NE Cor" of persons claiming any interest has been filed agalast you in the
la the 'hereinafter-deeeribed above named Court and cause Lad
of NEU
NW Cor of NWU SEA
E% of BIt 6 S of & S runW1000ftS '1- property as the heirs grantees, creditors you-are required to serve a spy .,
of NEU run .
Raw Temple I. or other claimants by, rear pleading to tho
S ft for A POB .' answer or ,,1
S/D that lies In 210ft.E4/, 15 through, under or" againt; the' following complaint-ontbe'Plaintiffs Attorney )
S 100 ft '
N210ft, W 410 then-run ,
NEU of SWU EX .
i know who are William D. 607 Clark
POB CNEU 'I W 50 ft N tl01 ft persons Morgan I
ft to 1 Essie! Miller 1.35
E 10 ft A EX W
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David Gunter 1$.!5 SWU
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Lot 3.4 of Blk 1 of SEU W of Ry "... to POB. S 200 5 5, ;' deceased! by yon. .
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EXR/W .. ..... you in the,aboTe'named ..eelLllD the Bradford
12A in SE Cor of. 'w:"' roB 23 I 22Elmer -Thoratea 6.05 Court and County Telegraph.
cause wherein Ethel Holmes .
Lot S of Blk 1 Indahagan 1 '. KEY of NWU 21 T 23 12 L. R Kalch. Est. 3.97 r is Dated this 7th day of ,
2 & 2 of Blk plataaiff'Lndyou'and5each of you, May, 1957.
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R/W t4 >l 1 Aaron Holley Ion NEU of SW 4 of S in Gasklns Add :: IT. E. Toroae. E.V La4a- Lester Kalch Ruth Clerk of the Coart.Sartr
NWT 21 7 22 10 L..Z. McLeod 1.51 Deepu
2 of Blk 3 laOihagan ... 1 Sq A In SE Cor of <0 Kalch. Leah Kalch McFeeters, R. S,lUriaa. I* Crosby U Clerk

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FRIDAY, MAY et. rent fiKADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAY T" FLORIDA j

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At The Tabernacle tory. Carolyn Perry will presentthe ... .... .... 1Ivv, fined to her, bed t">st of last land's Landing last Friday on 1
class history, Charles Mc- week with .a relapse of the flu. their school picnic.
Endeavoring to obey the Bib- Cullough the class prophecy, and MAXVILLEBy Edwards Funeral The W. C. Hardee family of I
lical injunction found in 2ndTimothy Sylvia will read the class will. Funeral services for Troy Hol- Callahan attended church here
2:15 "Study td show Musical numbers will be pro- MIL C. B. Nolan lis Edwards of Maxville: who Sunday and were dinner guestsof
theyself approved unto God ...'. vided by the Junior Glee Club passed the Dick Starlings. TALK of the T i
-the> Gospel Tabernacle group directed by Mrs. Eva Henderson.The ........................ .Saturday away evening quite,suddenly where held last

has begun the study of the Book Bradford High School Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters Tuesday at the Long Branch Baptist VVYwyyyyyyyyCLAY.... .yy..Y9.
of Galations. It is a thoroughly principal, B. W. Payne, will give and family of Jacksonville spent Church at 2 p. m. with Rev. W-I
interesting study and much in- the commencement address, and Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy Waters H. F. Higdon, pastor of the Long HILLby
formaticb yias feeen furnished County Superintendent H. P. and family. Branch Baptist Church, and Rev.
by the leader of the class. Chap- Morgan will present the diplomas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson Lester Taggart pastor of the Mrs. J. L. StrickUiul ,
ter 4 will be under consideration The benediction will be spent last Maxville
by Rev. weekend with rela- Baptist Church, officiating ;
..... .
Tuesday Marvin Faile. .i..a..a.-... .
nightThe tives in Live Oak. : Mr. Edwards was born in I r H .
Sunday services were well PersonalsBynum Rev. and Mrs. Edward Jones Georgia and lived in Jackson- Mrs. Ivey Lang '1 '

attended, and a guest speaker Perkins paid a hurried and family -of Jacksonville were ville for 27 years before makinghis Mrs. Ivey Long, wife of Bailey
occupied the pulpit and brought visit to his aunt, Mrs B. Perkins, dinner guests x f Mr. and Mrs. home In Maxville. He ,was Lang died Monday, May 20. She
a. message from the Book of on Wednesday. He had spent his Kyle Cannon Sunday. In the member of the Maxville Bap- had suffered a fractured'thigh,
Acts during the morning hour. vacation at.Daytona Beach and I afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Earl tist Church. He Is survived by and then.an attack of pneumoniaand N'' ( .jjyI
stopped off in Hampton as he Cannon and family, Westberry his wife,Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards, lived only a few days. Funeral ;
Lutheran Services .. was returning to his home in Griffis, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack one stepdaughter, Mrs. Ruby services were held at the Long
122. Atlanta, Ga. Waters Joined them and they all Lee Malloy of Jacksonville, two Branch Church on May 23 at
E. Washington ..St... enjoyed playing music. sisters, Mrs. Essie of 2:30 '
McElroy
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bruce and p. m. Besides! her husband, .. .- $
Regular services will be held family and Nancy Mulea of Mrs. Lillie Mosley of Jacksonville I Haines City, and ''Mrs. Kitty ,Sue she is survived by six 'children, -

at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our Gainesville were weekend guestsof spent last weekend with Lambert of Winter Haven, and I and several brothers and sisters. .: '
new location, 122 E. Washington Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry. her sister, Mrs. Lealer Harris one brother, Henry C. Edwardsof I,Starnes MssleyStarnes .03 -

Street (near Walnut Street) Mrs. L. A. Hall waa and family. Umatilla. Pall bearers were (Coon) Mosley, 76, a
shopping Mrs. Linnie and Mrs. Lee Moore, Frank Wellhausen,
McCulley
A aeries Of I
lectures will be In Gainesville Tuesday. native of the Clay Hill section, G
givenduring. the month of June, Lawrence of Keystone Heightswere R. L. Harris, ,Bun Griffis, Clarence died
Mr. Saturday morning, May 25.
subject being, 'The Lutheran have and Mrs. H. F. Jones recent guests of Mrs. Hat- Knight, and 'Oscar Harris. He was ordained a deacon of
Church and The Bible." moved into the Kalch house tie Nolan. Interment, was in the Lon Lon ...
Don't
this week. -... -Branl'h---- _nVvmt___w Avaa--. .&. a nand
Frienda of Lonnie Harris will Branch McCabe J-- -b"
miss these interesting discus- Cemetery. Key had lived a.devoted Christianlife.
lions Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock regret to learn that he is ill at Funeral Home was, in charge of .
He Is survived by his wife,
moved to Jacksonville his home here.Baptismal arrangements.
The'Rev. A. P. Gerbhardt, pas Monday.Mrs. Minnie, three children, four
tor of The First Lutheran Churchof Haddock will return to services for the brother and QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Gainesville, will conduct the work for Southern Bell TelephoneCo. Maxville Baptist Church were ...y.. ................ one sister.
Funeral services were held at PRICES GOOD THRU SAT. JUNE 1MAMERICA'S
,
l services. on June 3. held at Yellow Water Creek last
I 10:30 Monday morning in Long
All persons without a home, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peeples Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock NNF.' LEVEL Branch Church with Rev. J. L.
church are invited to attend. and' Mrs. Thelma Atkins were with Rev. Lester Taggart of- Strickland officiating. Burial!

shopping in Lake City on Sat- ficiating.The by Mr*. II. M. nlrHaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA was in the church cemetery.
Methodist Church urday. Master's Singers were in PersonalsMrs. I r
charge of church services at the ,
Mrs. .
Betty May and ,Melody' FAVORITE
Harvey Lane and family
Branch Church
Sunday school for all ages were visiting in Gainesville Sat- Long Baptist Mrs. H. L. Sweet of Ft. Worth, were called to Brunswick Ga.I "
8:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 urday. 't I Sunday morning. Twenty-nine Texas, and Mrs. Ida Ellis of last weekend by the death of her .
re-dedicated their. lives
I a. m. A portion of this service, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall of I persona and eight joined for baptism.We Palatka were recent guests of niece, Marvadine Harper, who ( Crisco 3 Can7.5c
:I from 11:30 to 12 is broadcast live Oak were dinner guests of are glad that Joe Lucasis Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starlingand ,had been an invalid all of her Lb
over radio station WRGR. There Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson able to be out/again after a Mrs. Starling's mother, Mrs. '
life.Yougan
will ice be no Sunday evening serv- last Wednesday. W C! l1.',...... _n1n..._ww.CQ Viola Cheshier. Padgett, Gertie Fair- k (LIMIT ONE PLEASE)
because of Baccalaureate in I Mrs. L. A. Hall attended an Just a reminder that the Max-I Mr. and Mrs. A. R.' McRae cloth, and J. L.. Strickland are ,
the First Baptist Church. Eastern Star Meeting in Ocalaon ville Civic Club will meet Friday and son, and the H. M. McRaes among those on the sick list at ADDITIONAL AT 5c OFF
Wednesday Prayer Meetingand Thurrday. She was accompa- night June 7, *at 8 p. m. visited Mm O. W. McRae and this time. Dr. Davis, who suffered REGULAR PRICE
Bible Study. 7:30 p. m. nied by friends of Waldo.J. We regret that :Mrs. D. J. Par- children in Jacksonville Sunday a stroke some ,time ago, .
Thursday Hamburger fry at J. Brannen was visiting in rish broke one of her front afternoon. is much improved and can walk
the parsonage for the Youth Lake Butler on Sunday. teeth off Sunday night while Miss June Conner and Miss with crutches again.

t. Choir. Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke eating an orange and 'had to Charlotte Baker of Starke, who Sunday was Lillian Padgett's
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil take a trip to a Jacksonville. are attending Trinity College at birthday and she and her children -
............y y........t, Moore
of Archer were visiting, Mrs. T. dentist on Monday. Clearwater, are spending a few enjoyed a birthday dinner
., F. Brown and Mrs. J. J.\Brannen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingand days with their parents. They with Lillian's mother, Mrs. J. FINE QUALITY RICH FLAVOR (Limit One) ADDITIONAL AT REG. PRICE. .
HAMPTONBy Sunday. Friends of Cecil Moore son and Mr and Mra Wade will return to college in June. I. Padgett. in Marietta..'
will be glad to hear that he has Titus and son of Jacksonville We enjoyed having them with us The Strickland.. were in chargeof
Airs. D. E. 1311 been made agent of the Seaboard were dinner guests of Mr. and- at church last Sunday. I II I all services at the Clay Hill ASTOR COFFEE I.LbVacPak 69C
...... Airline Railway in Williston. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Budgis of Green I.Church last Sunday in the absence -
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"Lane.
a Wish to extend our congratu- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson Cove Springs returned home Tues- pastor Harvey
School Closing lations to the graduates of '57 I motored tel Jacksonville Mondayto day after a visit! with Mrs. Viola The Masters Family were at GOOD TO THE LAST DROPMAXWELL
Graduation back to the Cheshier. the Long Branch Church last
exercises for the take their son
from that to
Hampton are going
Hampton School will be held in graduate this year in Starke. doctor. Mrs. Joe S. Starling and Mr. Sunday and. rendered a programof ;
the school auditorium Friday They are: Norma Jean Jones We are glad that Mrs. J. C. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez of Pa- gospel songs. HOUSE 1 I-Lb Vac Pak 89c
night, May 31, at 8 o'clock. Rev. Joyce Beal.. William Aldermanand Higginbotham has returned home latka,visited Mr. and Mrs. Her Rev. W. D. Jones was our
Merle Packham will give the invocation Charles Williamson.Mrs. from the Bradford County Hospital man Thoams and Mr. and Mrs. speaker last Saturday night, and .
and John Farkas. president John Parker had as her where she was a patientfor O. R. Alvarez of Bayless High Rev. Herbert Higdon will be with BLUES AS IT WASHES (limit One) ADDITIONAL AT lOe OFF REG. PRICE
of the 8th Grade, will give several days. way Sunday afternoon. ua this Saturday.J. .
the Salutatory address. Amelia guest last weekend her aunt. Simeon Phillips is ill again L. Strickland and W. D. BLUE i

Williams will give the Valedic- I Mrs. Damon, from Panama City. and a patient in the Bradford sVV.VV.TVVVVfvTtrtttt.VI Jones will be messengers for RINSOSLICED Giant Pkg49n. .
I County Hospital. He is expected the Homecoming services at Clay
home this week. Hill on June 9.; A big day is be-
Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children HIGHLANDny : ing planned.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH enjoyed an outing at Strickland's ..... -
Landing Sunday afternoon.We Sin.. Lacy"NormsaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CARD OF THANKSI ;
are sorry to learn that
STARKE, FLA Mrs. Leslie Sweat is ill at her want to express my sincere :
thanks and to each
home here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, Normanand appreciation BACON.
Mr. and"Mrs.: Joe Lucas-and I and everyone who was so kind
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor "-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mose- -
to me [during m ystay in the :
children were visitors at Strick- ly of Jacksonville were weekend ;
Jefferson' and Court Streets In The Heart of Town land's Landing Sunday' after- guests of the L. M. Normans. i hospital. Words cannot express
Phones Office 234 Pastorium.130 More than 40 people from here my gratitude to everyone. Thanks
noon.Mr.. and Mrs. T. H. Edwards, went to Macedonia Thursday of again and may God bless you.
Mrs. Debbie Phillips and Mrs. last week for the Black Creek William Crosby ARMOURS
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00'P.l\I.\ Dorothy Waters attended the Association 'Sunday School meet- r

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Associational Sunday School ing. They brought back the at- I GEORGIA 450EALRITE
Meeting of the Baptist Churchesat tendance banner for the second THE BIGHT POINT for the PEACH
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.\ the Macedonia Baptist Church' time. The next meeting will be way you write. Come la and select I -
last Thursday night. at the church here on June 20. your favorite ESTERBfyOOK
I Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Mrs. C. B. Nolan ,ia able to Larry Norman, Fred Hardee, Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH

ll-a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, Sand 5 Sunday. be up again after being con- and Rosie Austin went to Strick- TENDER BEEFSTEAK


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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPH,. STARKE. FTXR1DA FRIDAY. MAY 31, 1937
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Sam Shaffer Dies guide' at Goodland, 'and a veteran PensionersTo Edward I. Rowe one son, Walter Shaffer of Tav- the...-court house door. on the first the court house door on the first Foil Desc property S 153H ft
of World War'n.. He is a Aged ares; nine grandchildren, and Monday In month of July. 1S57. Monday in month of July. 1957. of SEV4 Of Elk'S of R 4V &;
which is,the 1st day of July, 1937. which is the 1st day of July 1957. Fracs S of Blk C S of R 4 W
On Visit To member of the Loyal, Order of Boost eight great grandchildren. Dated this 23rd day. of May, ,1937. Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957. being 2 A in SW Cor of NE ,
Starke Moose and the Hardee R.' Mills Receive Dies At Age 80 The Roriiry was recited at Charles A. Darby Charles A. Darby. of SW% In Temples S/D. Sec.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad. 21, T. 6 S R 22, E
1 Post 135 American-\ Legion, both DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Starke ford, County, Florida ford County, Florida Name in whicn assessed P. D.

Samuel Merlin Shaffer 59, a in Naples. : .. In Monthly ChecksMany Edward L Rowe, 80, a resi- Tuesday night at, 8 o'clock, andthe I 5/31 4t 6/21 5/31 U 8/21 Reddish.All .

resident of Goodland, near Nap- ', Mr. Shaffer was" born at Turtle dent of Lawtey, died in a Starke body will be taken to.Winter NOTICE OF APPLICATION'FOR NOTICE OF-PPLICATIOX the County of said of property Bradford, being State of in

les, Fla., died suddenly on Friday Creek Pa. on Aug. 27, 1897, : of Florida's aged pensioners hospital Thursday ,May 23, aftera Park Friday morning.where the TAX DEED FOR TAX DEED Florida.
be recited in St. HODW Bill Xo. 1MB House Dill X*. 1803 Unless such certificate- certi-
brief illnem. He"was born in Rosary will
May 24, at.th home of the son of the late Lyde Warren will soon be receiving NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ficates shall be redeemed accordingto

his sister, Mrs. 'S. A. Weldon, Shaffer, and Dallas; R. Shaffer, an extra $6 per month in their Baker County on March 3, .1877, Margaret Mary's' Church followed that ,Ann Bissell, the holder of that Ann' Bissell. the holder of law the property described in

in St rke. He had arrived who es' in' Starke. l welfare checks. The House and the son of the late Edward and by funeral mass at 10 a. m. the following certificates had filed the following: certificates had filed such certificate or certificates will
here resi said certificates for a tax deedto said certificates for a tax deedto be sold to the highest bidder at
the day before for a visit. Besides his father and sisterI .Senate have passed a bill raising Caroline Benton Rowe. Interment will follow In, the be issued thereon.. The certificate be Issued thereon." The certificate the court house door on the first
Mr. maxium old pensions Mr.. Rowe was a retired fann family plot in Palm Cemetery at numbers and years of issuance, numbers and years' of issuance, Monday in month of July, 1957,
'Shaffer was a commercia:lot I Starke, he survived by a I age the description of the property, the description of the property; which Is the 1st day of July 1957.
\ 10 per cent, from $60 to $66 a er and a member of the Holiness Winter Park.Recent and the names in which it was and the names in which it was Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957.

month. The measure was recom- Church. assessed are as follows: assessed are as follows: Charles A. Darby
Certificate No. 70. Certificate No. 38. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
mended Gov. Collins and will He is survived by his wife, Birth Florida '
by Year of Issuance 1955. Year of Issuance 1955. ford County,
become a law aa soon as he Julia. Caldwell Rowe and a Description of Property: S% of Description of Property: N% of 5/31 4t 6/21
SUMMER SPECIALS I signs it. daughter, Mrs. Thelma Starling, Airman 1-c and Mrs. E. L. SE& of SW% Of NWH Sec .%5
Crews of Norwich Cheshire T8SREI I
(Bunt)
I The increased payments will both of Lawtey... announce thf birthof Name in which assessed Mae B.' jj'j' Case 'Records
Funeral services, held in England Speed, '
were Agt.
May 31 Thru June 6 I not become effective until July the Long Branch Baptist Church a son, Paul Alan, on May 16. All of said property .eing in : of A Chiropractor

1. Paternal grandparents are Mr. the County of Bradford State of '
Sunday'afternoon' at 2:30: o'clock Florida. By Dr. H. G. Bellinger
OLD-TIME REVIVAL with burial in the chucrh ceme and Mrs. C./R. Crews of Lawtey. Unless such certificate or certi- 4,
;> Case No. B-810
Alrn\an\ Crews has been serving ficates shall be redeemed according: '
Ladies I An old-time revival will begin tery. DeWitt C. Jones' was in for to law the property described in I Retired nurse suffering with arthritis
:Monday night June 3 at g o'clockat charge of arrangements. overseas ,with the Air Force such certificate or certificates will '
two be sold to the highest bidder at II heart and disturbed sense of bal
the past years. % weak
Missionary Bap- ,
the Woodlawn Active pallbearers were James '

BLOUSES tist Church. The Rev. James Berry -r Waters, D. Higginbctham, Ben NOTICE OF APPLICATION :: ance. Many forms of treatment. had failed

47C r. pastor of the First Baptist Higginbotham, Dan Parrish, B. PORTAl DEED S to bring results. With proper vitamins

.. Church of Ocoee will conduct the H. Higginbotham, and Bun Grif-' NOTICE H.DH IS Bill HEREBY N..' I82 GIVEN WRGR and minerals and spinal adjustments to restore normal'' time-

Most 1st Quality services.Everyone is invited to attend. fis. the that following Ann J Bissell.certificates the holder had filed of 1490 K 'C PHONE 500 tion this patient made'a .remarkable recovery

$1.0(1( Value said certificates for a tax teed STABKE, FLORIDAThe
be issued' theraon. The certifi- For further information on Chiropractic benefits phon or
to
3-limit brother Walter of Tavares and Summer Program issuance, Music
.. cate numbers and years of & News Stationin
another J sister, )Irs. Blanche Mc- the description'of the property, Starke write to the
the names In which It was '
Cubin 'of -Miami. Starts June 10 and i
assessed are as follows:. ,
Funeral services were held in Certificate No. U. The Clockwatcher Mon. thru Sat. DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES

LadiesDRESSES ,(Continued from Page 1)) w irr___ uL_* .TB..."'..>>TI."....A .I IS5.... 6:05 til 9:00. a. nvrlth tha ttmuweather >.
00 the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Saturday Description of Property? W 330 ---- -- -- -- 426 N. Walnut St.
;;dtesI: 728 E. University Ave.
morning at 9:30 o'clock I. ft of E 730 ft of SEVi of NEtf! I news, in I
with Father Skehan officiating. other indoor diversions every Mon- SecUT8SRUE 1 music.Monday I'. Gainesville Phone 6-3238 Starke Phone 108
day, Wednesday, and Friday eve- Name in which assessed Fred S.

Committal rites were held at nings from 7:30 p.m. until 10:30: Dodd said property being In thru Friday
AU of
the graveside in Palm Cemetery, p.m. Nominal fees will be charged the County of Bradford, State of 6:00 Sign on and News

Winter Park. at 2 p. m. last whenever necessary for the replacement Florida. 6:05: The Clockwatcher

Sleeveless$1.99 Value Saturday. ---- -skates. : of equipment- -- such as Unless law shall the such be property certificate redeemed descriDea accordingto or.; certificates !in 6:30: Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon- Sell It Rent ft Trade It

.. such certificate or certificates will day and Tuesdays only) .
Girls' basketball will tot- uttered be sold to the highest bidder at 6:45 The Clockwatcher

.. ,., at the BHS gym from 7:30 p. M. the Monday court In house month door of on July the, 1957 first, 7:00: First News of The World WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Infant until 10:30: p.m. Tuesday evening, .which is the 1st day of July, 1951. Roundup

under the direction of Mrs. An- Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957. 7:15 The Clockwatcher

4ri2 ''dr ws. Basketball for boys will .Charles Clerk A.of Darby Circuit, Court of Brad- 7:20 Bulletin BOard Of The Air Low Rates Good Results Isasg To Place

'stLI.p. be offered at the same hourson ford County,' Florida 7:30 Weather Around The Na- I
lot Thursday evenings under Mr. 5/31 H 6/U tion I ZO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - 50

Hobbs. NOTICE OF AV1TLICATIOX 7:35 The Clockwatcher I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD1 I 20 .

Irregular 29c Speech and dramatics activiti HOOKC FOR Bill TAX Tin.DEED 1802 7:50: World, National, State and 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE

under the direction of Mr. Over- IS HEREBY GIVEN "___L_ ...,,__._ msrorT OP is PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE IFRTUO'4*
3-limit NOTICE :!porn ..,ewl5
turf will be offered to high school that Ann Bissell, the holder of
tf the following certificates had filed 8:05: The Clockwatcher WANTF.D Clean Cotton Rags FOR RENT One and two bedroom
students at the Cafe-
furnished
Elementary Close
said certificates for a tax deedto 9:00: Five minute summary of No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be in. Desirable apartments.location.
torium from 7:30 p.m.. until 10:30 be issued thereon. The certificate W. H.
InfantBLANKETS News Clean. Bradford County Tele tollman. 828 W. Mjadlson.\ tfchg
of Issuance.
Before numbers and
years
you p.m. Present plans in this area
the description of the property, 9:05: Howdy, Friends and Neigh- graph. FOR SALE '
-Young Angus Bulls.
include writing, staging, and pre and the names in which it was
bors (Marion Howe) Will sell at beef prices. Phone
drive it home. senting an' original play production assessed are as follows: FOR RENT-3 room nicely furnished 285, Doyle E. Conner Ins. tfchg
Certificate No. 43. 9:45 Radio (Ministerial
4t3c during the 8-week program. Year of Issuance 1955. Chapel apartment. Air conditioned,

Even the most careful Music OfferingsBHS Description Property: Beg at I Association) ,Tand aged adults electric preferred.kitchen.Mrs.Middle-Clark -FOR RENT Two bedroom com-
I SW Cor of NW& of SW% & 10:00 Cedric Adams Show pletely furnished house with car
Band Director, Eldon Ma-, Rt. 1. Box 44. Bessent Rd. tfchg
driver can be innocently port on N. Walnut Street.
run E along % sec line 560 ft Applyat
49c Seller involved in a crash that thews, will conduct private lesSons for POB, N 200 ft E 50 ft S 10.30 Music For The Missus POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at Coney Island Apts. Apt. 2
Sot E.
No LimitMen's for beginning band students, 200 ft to Yt sec. Jlne W along 11:00 Five minute summary of Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. ,WalnutSt. Brownlee. Itp
damages property FOB1, Sec
\ V4 sec line 50 ft to News Also new mowers for Sale.
group ensembles, section and full 22, T. 6 S R 22 E Mama Priest Kindergarten Regis.
wrecks his Pay while
own car or t Easy payment plan.
11:05 :Music For The Missus tratlon for next will be
assessed year
band rehearsals for regular students Name in which George
where oan
someone else's. injures Griffin. you mow. Buy you held in the Catholic Hall May
plus two daily classes in : All of said property being in 11:30 Farm Roundup get service on what you buy.tfchg 28, n, 30. Important that I know.

C passengers or pedestrians baton twirling for all students in the County of Bradford, State of 12:00 Public Service 5/31

Our automobile collision terested. The latter will be held Florida. 12:1'5. Second News of The World List Your Property For Sale NEED TIRES
Unless such certificate or certificates -
ANKLETS comprehensive and liabil at 10 am. and at 1:30 p.m. Full shall be redeemed accordingto Roundup With Get them now pay as you ride.

15 ity insuran offers dependable band rehearsals are now set for such law certificate the property or certificates described will in 12:30 Weather Around The Na- Ask Lacy for Conway our easy Sales budget and Service terms.,

protection Thursday afternoons from 3 p.m. be sold .to the higjiest bidder at tion STROUT REALTY COMPANY Union Pus Station, Starke, Fla.

risks intil 5 \ and Tuesday 12:35 The Van Show tfcheI
Irregular 39c against all ,these p.m- eve.nings : ,Perry Farm Home and Business Prop-
\ and others besides. Askus from 7:30 p. m:, until .9:30 1:00: Five minute summary of I MAIL AWAY to friends and rela

3-limit for details. p.m. Parents who plan to start W.: C. T. U. News _erty STROUT- Free REALTY O.pen Listings tives Centennial, complete 3 big story issues of Bradford Starke
I
I their 'youngsters in band work VERDICT OF THE AGES 1:05 The Perry Van Show Johnle Hansen, RepresentativeP. County Telegraph Including 48-
are particularly urged to have 2:00 Five"ninute of page historical edition. wrapped
BUDDHA 550 B. C. summary O. Box 807 Starke, Fla and mailed to any address, 50c.'
them begin their lessons duringthe "DRINK,NOT LIQUORS THAT News 3 miles S. on SOl Phone Waldo Just bring us your mailing list.
150 summer program.: To enter 2:05: The Perry Van 'Show' Bradford County Telegraph.A .
H. C. Wall% AgencyPhone INTOXICATE AND DISTURB ,HObart 8-2831 tf

; this activity they should contact THE REASON." I 3:00 Five minute summary. of WATKINS ROUTE IS OPEN

:$ a 'W. Call St. : 146 Building.Mr. Mathews' the BHS Music News' WHEN IN NEED OF FOR IS A BRADFORD GOOD ROUTE COUNTY.FOR THIS A

3:05 The Perry Van, Show LADY. WRITE THE J. R. WATKINS .
School busses will be used only LANDSCAPINGFILL CO.. 659' WEST
4:00 Five minute summary of PEACH.
200 E. Call Street to transport students from, the FROM ENGLAND News DIRT, TREE ST., N.E., ATLANTA, GAl

Flar: Elementary School to the, swim- Direct to 4:05 At Your I 4tchsr 6/7
Starke : Request ---------
ming area. Parents .\ ',FOR SALE Used'S MM Movie
Ph ne will be expected I oDlKlN !
: W R G R News Parade
S A BARKLEYMOTORS 6:00 .Camera Brownie $%0., New S MM
J to arrange for transportation -, (World and National) W. L. THIGPEN JR. Bell & Howell Movie Camera
,
dt
Rqru.tfg to and from the 3995 at u1lin ton's. tfchg
354 Hartford Firebsuranc Elementary 6:10.: WRGR News Parade BL 2 Box 245-D Alton Rd
School Elementary and
high '(State and Local) 297-1 FOR GRADUATION: Give a Smith.
Company .t' PHQNE
school activities will be conducted Corona Portable
Typewriter.
6:20 W R G R News Parade
separately. ,School insurance HILLMAN Starke, FIs. Models to suit all tastes and
(Sports and Weather) pocketbooks. Terms to suit..
t policies are in effect throughoutthe HUSKY Bradford County -Telegraph tf
school-sponsored 6:30 Revolving Bandstand OUR TENTH ANN IVERAUY
!
programs. 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Music RADIOS REPAIRED RESORT RENTALS-Make your
.
Swimming instruction this sum- STATION WAGON 'All Makes AU Hotel reservations now. Lakevlew
.4 mer will begin about 30 minutes ) 'I Moaable Charge r>arBtee4CHAS. beach and cottages, furnished
8:00 Off C. SHEPHERD cottages, with boats.
Sign Swimming
earlier because of using the pier $1298With TIM W. C.1I .,. It.rk. Pfc. M> picnicking and fishing. Mrs. A.
and dressing room facilities at Saturday L. Kahr, phone Waldo HO 3-255J
Special Anniversary the Enlisted Men's Club. All $200 Trade-in Same schedule as above except YES, YES It will pay you to or write P. O. Box 605. Earleton.
pos- come to Butts Mobile Homes in Fla. 4tchg 6/14
1 to 6 m. Road ShowS
sible precautionary measures' forsafety p. Jacksonville, Fla., 6017 Roose-
are exercised in this AtBarkley Sunday velt Blvd. or 5852 Phillips High FOR SALE':"'.Fla. 90 Strawberries25c
pro- way for your new or used mobile qt. you pick' them.
I Marklee
gram. Swimming instructors will Motors 7:30 Sign On Religious programs home. Alrstreim Travel Trailers.
Starking, RL 2, Box. 52-B, Starke,
not'permit students to enter the until 1:00 n. m. Contractors Field Office Trailers. Fla. 2tp 5/31
water unless all 615 N. Main St.- 1:00 to 6:00 p. m. The Sunday Open 8 am. to 7pm. Closed
conditions are Sundays. Phone Evergreen 43441. PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all
ServiceTony completely satisfactory.D. Gainesville, Fla. Show 4tch 6/7 makes and model autos $21.95
See Schedule I and up. Installation free at
PHone FR-2-2583 6:00: to 8:00 p. m. FOR SALE' 7 x 55 Binoculars. Shepherd's tfrh
I above lifetime guarantee only $U.50 at
R.
d Shaffer Dies Bullington's. tfchg LIGHT WEIGHT MOTORCYCLE
; for sale 1953 Ambassador, excel
At Daughter'sHome FOR SALE Good used -a ft. lent condition. Dependable. Con-
Norge refrigerator. Fair price. tact John Dodd Phone 3462, Box
LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT Good condition. Owned by. Mrs. 177 Keystone Heights Fla.
Dallas Raymond Shaffer, 87, Faxon. See at Gay's Home AppUIInl' 2tp 5/31
a resident of Winter Park and '', nhnti 10 Itch*
WANTED-Day Waitress and night
father of Mrs. S. A. Weldon of 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY waitress. full or part time. Ap-

: Starke, died in.a local hospital BUILDING JOBPhone STONE HEIGHTS STATE BANK, FLA.-, MEM.KEYSTONE nlv. Herb's Drive Inn. tfchg

Monday afternoon after an ill- BER FDIC.WANTED I FOR SALE X TilT 11 Pnnor.ta
L : ness of several months.Mr. ----- Blocks-17c each. FOB -yard. Mortar
500 new Bottled Gas Mix. Cement Sand Steel and
,,. Shaffer was born hi Franklin. Customers. Low 'Installation cost. Aluminum Windows. Also
,r- 4 _ _ ready
Pa. on Oct. 16, 1869. He Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod mixed concrete. Bradford Engineering
493J Furniture Co. tfchg ("0,. Phone \14. tfchg
was a retired citrus grower and

:r was a member of St. MargaretMary's FOR RENT-Five room furnished FOR RENT-House in-Lawtey. Five
For apartment. Will accept small rooms, spacious porch double
Catholic Church In Winter baby. 626 N. Church St. Phone garage. See A. S. Thomas
I Park. He had been makinghis Free 175-W. Apply 518 N. Church St. Zip 5/31
S A' 11 ffchg
home here with ,his daughterfor WILL BUILD

the past four months. Estimates WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR.
NITURE. Elrod Furniture..
1k Weldon I he is" Warehouse
Besides Mrs. Phone 48. tfch = .

survived by another daughter, To Suit Lease. Perfect- Location
MiamigASTOONS RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL CHANNELS 4 AND 36. 21 In. Westinghouse -
Mrs. Blanche McCubin of ;
TV, Take
up payments. on R.R., Long Term
Jahmflr'
REPAIRS tfchg Lease.

Jl'ST PUBLISHED: "Hell's Branch '
Office" story of the Choctaw Indians Write
I[ I in Florida. Written by BOX 245 ROUTE 2
J. W. THOMAS Construction Chief Horace RIdaught of Cltra. ,
For sale at Branford County Starke, Florida
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-By- 4 Telegraph. S...00, tf

FOR SALE-One-story combinationpole FOR RENT 3-bedroom house.
and frame farm house. New 302 Lafayette St. Call Jackson-
GIB BROWN I 5V galv. roofing, concrete ville, Evergreen 8-0083.;
.
61"
2tchg
block and
steps new electric
wiring. J50. Telephone 369-J.
cOuAIITYPI BEAUTY Starke.' FOR RENT Five room unfurnished -
ftp 531IIOw.s
house. Mrs. L. U. Morgan
I f Rt. 2. Box 57 Starke Fla. lip

'" and Mae Gonzalez --. -- .- -' ...... ",...--- THIS FOR SILK ...
7 arm of lead % mile from City
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Limit,. p.... .....t. comfortable One slightly used Lester Betsy
Ross Spinet Piano. Was *609.00now
- 2 bedroom It.aN' with all of the
- --..- ...8'1'.1...**. Price $( O.00. One Used Bremen
: : *V>OO.OO. withS2.0OO.OO
-
- Spinet Piano $325.00.; Gridley Music
Church -
First Baptist Hampton : : : ::=: : : : =_::::: :-=--f--- able terms.down. baUftre o. rra o>-"Company Avenue.Inc.Phone 1025 FR West 2-4032 University ---

- -- FR %-11)IIS. Gainesville Fla. Hchg-
: -
- -- :- -- .; And doat forget thoiie lake front
- - home Oae o. Kinolrr Lake ..d I
S Special Music Presented By Gonzalez'. 1"Hold - the other. en Lake Ge; -"'a. See 'rmboth. Used.17"Chas.and C.21"Shepherd's T.Xew Guarantee tfchg-
I.
If sac deal Halt you the other
wilLOr
Scott-Atwater Outbpard '

Special Message ,By Pastor Who Will Observe 2nd Anniversary 'er boys she's not used how shout. 2 \*.1'1_ ...... See Motors New at 'Shepherd's. Itchg .
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At tothat ETHYL." 'not State- Road \o.: 106 o* largeattractively : [FOR RENT 'Two bedroom un- .
Hampton: ,. laadcfaped lot ., aboutoae furnished houre. C. M. Jordan,
& ..1'.. Ideal for two emailfamllie 2971. j
Camp Blinding, phone
Treat ,your car to the BEST *. Price Jn.t *1G.000.00 Itchg
.
"What God Hath Wr
ught. yI
service in townith, our" Hear Balletla Board of the Air Black whit.
i FOUND and spotted
,. JrS hi-grade gasolines. on..*WRGR 14M .. roar' dial at Bird Dog. Male. Owner may have
7' $ eaek week .
day ,m.r.I.& by paying board bill and ad

Dinner On Ground More Than lOO Free Steaks Provided FLORIDA REALTY CO. vertislng''cost. Contact City, Police.ltcbg


I Py A Member. I GIB BROWNSERVICE Of Starke FOR RENT Five room unfur.
See Aluma Kraft "Ladue" Awningse Tel..It.ae 383 nUhed farm house. Apply J. B

355 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.. White. Kt. 2. Box 73. Starke. ftp
"Nothing could make'me more happy than to have 211 in Sunday STATION 1
View-Thru Design 100 Per Cent Aluminum Carpenter Jobs Wanted By Hour.
School at 10 May count ?" FOR SALE One Wrfnger Style Harold Johnson, Rt 1, Box 125-A.
,a.m. we on you Standard Oil Products .. With .Baked-On Enamel Finish Washing Machine with tub. Like JA JAIt
new. Mrs. S. DeVoe. 540 W.

PASTOR MARVIN FAILE 407 N. Temple Ave. For Free Estimates Call.481WW. Adklns St. Phone 410-J. Itch* WANTF.D Clean Cotton Rags,

FOR RENT Fully 'furnished No Pants, Xo' Shirts; Must Be j

... Phone 327 B. (Bill) THOMPSON, JR. .Apartment with gas, electric and Clean. Bradford County Tele-
hot water supplied. Inquire at ,
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564 E. Brownlee. It?
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