Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03430
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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.f young people will ning with Baccalaureate servIces -
receive their diplomas tonight at the First Baptist Church

,.. .'- Owner) ArrestedTwo (Friday) in Commencement exercises with the Rev. W. S. McAliley Ex-Union SheriffA
at the Bradford
High delivering the sermon. Opens
f ,:1':". School stadium: to mark a closeto Classes for Bradford'County charge of aggravated assault Operation
'\'' beverage agents, one state their public school days. ,
<, students ended with the last against L. C. Clemons former
.:. ,.' and the other federal, crept up Dr. Robert B. Meyers of; the testa Tuesday and they will be Union County sheriff, was reducedby

---- to a still a half mile east of University of Florida College of free from books bells and teachers County Judge T. A. Yawn to 0 Rents Lawtey 'Office; Hopes Raised

Wheat.has now been added to the long list of products producedIn Lawtey ,Friday morning watched 'Education will deliver the Com- until school opens again on a charge,of.c&rrylng a pistol with- For New Mine On Firm's Holdings

B tad ford County's soil as evidenced by this 16-acre field of Coastal the operation for a few minutes, menAement address and, diplo- Sept' 3.Teachers. out a permit after a preliminary .. -
mas will be presented by Superintendent hearing last Friday.
Wheat being looked over by (County Agent George HuggIng and then broke through the brush to Harmon Morgan. will participate In Clemons was freed under $250 Indications that National Lead Company, a New Jersey
owner Z. W. Hamilton. Huggins said this is the largest undertaking put the illegal plant out of busi- Nancy Lee Bates, daughter of post-school activities until next bond with trial set for the next concern with offices at 111 Broadway, N. Y:, might be mov-
and the
of wheat to be tried in the County and Hamilton reports It Is doing Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bates will Tuesday classrooms for will preschool return to term of County Court which be- ing toward mining operations on its. vast holdings in Bradford -

weU. ness.One man was. arrested two deliver the valedictory, and on Aug. 19. planning gins July 8. I I Clay, Baker and Duval counties were in the air this

got and the 255 gallon still, Frederick J. Pellum Jr., son of W. C. Stalnaker, Brooker gar- week. If so, it would be the third ilmenite mine to be
away Summer recreation activities
accused the former sheriff
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Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum, will geman placed in operation in this Trail Ridge section
75 gallons of moonshine, and .. of Florida
Council Is win get underway next Tuesday of threatening him with a pistol -
be the salutatorian. B
> Principal
Plagued 1200 of mash destroyed.The Although efforts
on May 20 In an attempt to i by The Telegraph
W. Payne will present awards. June 11, with varied activities
arrested man, Louis Ed- get Stalnaker to release a tractor I 2 Women Hurt to contact officials of the
The seniors began their final planned for both the elementaryand '
ward Smart 24 held for for
was owned by Clemons which the me- company a statement have
ProblemThe Circuit Court under $3,000 bond week activities last Sunday eve- high school students. 'chanic was holding in lieu of aI I been unsuccessful it is known

By Dump L after a preliminary hearing be- J.garage bill '- that H. A. Neustaedter of St.
To Open Canal To Sampson In 301 Wreck
fore County Judge T. A. Yawn Three witnesses-Rufus Grimes, Louis, Mo.. a mining engineer

Friday afternoon. Though he Willis Grimes and H. G. Bigham with National Lead, has rented
garbage disposal problem reared its ugly head Tues a
at the hearing testified that they were at the Two women store building at
didn't testify were injured and Lawtey from
the latest public service battle for the to Commission Votes To Drop Campaign Cecil
day night as city Smart told the judge"I'm guilty garage when the incident took charges placed against driversof R. Whitehead. and work of

fight. concern of the ," when asked if he expectedto place but did not hear what wenton two cars as the result of ,a converting the space into office
The problem faced by Council city. plead innocent or guilty. between the two and did not four-vehicle -wreck three miles quarters is already underway. Mr.
a big problem, Clark
members boiled down to: How marked. "The way the city re is The two agents, Floyd Bennettof To Obtain Roadway To Rowell LakeThe see the pistoL, north of Lawtey Wednesday a Neustaedter. who is registered at

to fulfill their intentions of making growing it's easy to see what the State Beverage Dept. and A fourth witness, Lewis Harvey -, morning. state Lawtey motel, was'out of the
the new city dump a san- an employee of Clemons, Injured were Mrs. Catherine could not be reached
it'a coinmg to a situation Ralph B. Saucer Jr., an investigator !- County Commission Monday for a statement.
itary disposal on the limited which will require a full time with the alcohol and to- dropped its campaign to obtain WHISKEY TAKEN quoted Clemons as saying to Stal- Woodard with both legs broken
funds available. naker: "If you're ready to go to had injuries and possible internal Whitehead said that the
attendant and machinery. bacco tax division of the U. S. the roadway to Rowell Lake building -
members have expressed 15 YEARS hell this then I too." was rented to
morning am
All of the I AGO injuries and Ramona Smith 15, Mr. Neustaedter
The Council was brought to Treasury Dept., said that Smart from J. M. Edwards as they voted v an
desires to prevent the He said he couldn't see whetheror with broken laceration individual and that he
a leg on did
told them he the of the set
was owner to refuse to price
grips with the problem under pay WANTED BACKThe Clemons'was not know
from becoming a not pointing the of his
new dump still and had it the chin and multiple abrasionsand connection with
the operated the court for the property
of by National
pressure a delegation of resi-
'smelly, unsightly and unhealthful pistol at Stalnaker, though he contusions. Lead- He said the
: tract. But when brought to dents of the area in which the five times. A $2,687.30 price tag was puton County Commission knew the ex-sheriff had the pistol told him the space would engineer -

with the problem of hew new dump is located. The delegation Bennett said he chased the the property in Circuit Court Monday was requested to According to the testimony the Mrs. Woodward and the girl bare used for offices and laboratory.
grips went to the condemnation suit last week a return some whiskey which from Rome, N. Y. and were In
make it sanitary they found meeting with other two men but could not conflict started when Stalnaker January of 1954 National
to will require a proposition for exchanging the catch them. Bennett said the figure higher than the Commis- was confiscated about 15 refused to release demons' tractor riding in the same car. Lead purchased from St. Marys
and expense than property for a new site which sioners had expected to pay. years ago by former Sheriff which had been ,in the shop for .Mrs. Woodard'fhusand, Jessie Kraft Corporation an extensive

more equipment afford. I they had found. The Council refused still was in full operation Even though this road will remain O. A. Andreu. repairs to Harvey' Harvey said Woodard a member of the tract of 6,816 acres in Bradford

the city can Clark f told i to go along with this deal when they came up on it. closed to the public other The whiskey was taken that he paid Stalnaker. for the Air Force, was charged with Clay, Baker, and Duval Counties,

Councilman I. E. has pointing out that "it takes money action of the Commissioners will from an establishment oper- work on the tractor, 'but the gar- failing to have his vehicle under extending some seven miles along

the Council that Starke and time to do such things." .have the effect of creating an access ated by Al Hartmann in ageman told him that the tractor control. He was placed under $250 Trail Ridge north from,Highland!

grown to the stage where gar The citizens told the Council Starke Swamps to Rowell Lake. 1942 or 1943 during the wouldn't be released until some bond. The purchase price as stated in

bage disposal should be a major members that when the new location In this move, the Commissionersvoted war years. Hartmann Mon- back bills were paid. Also charged In the wreck was the deed. was $272,640.00.

was first announced they to instruct Road ForemanR day, asked the Commissionto Witnesses said that Clemons Robert Warren Fisher of Wauchu- tinder terms of the

had "made -a lot of promises Downing Bros.Starke's E. Jones to clear the canal be- see if it could legally return told Stalnaker that his boys had la who posted $250 bond on a Marys reserves rights to deed the: St.

Council Hears about making the dump sani- tween Rowell and Sampson Lakesof it to him. made the other bills and' he. was charge of improper parking. on the tract .and timber -
Since that time it has Investigator may continue -
unable to them. Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown -
but had been hyacinths. Though primarily pay : its
tary, nothing yet operations
been kept in the sheriffs of- of the wreck said that on any. or
designed as a drainage aid, this Harvey testified that the bill on all of the
done. North Florida League fice and has been the subjectof Fisher's car was .parked with acreage untu suctt
action will enable boats to.enter the tractor was $4.50 when he time
Objections About Council Chairman T. C. (Cliff baseball team tromped Downing and least as any specified part is
Rowell Lake from the canal controversy at went to get it. He paid Stal part of the car oh the road. needed |
Hazen Jr. said that the Council I Brothers 12-4 on the BHs field one suit. Sheriff P. D. Red- naker $3, and later returned with Woodard's car sideswiped the by National Lead for

should make arrangements to last Sunday afternoon.The The controversy over the road- dish said the whiskey Is the other $1.50 but Stalnaker refused parked car, Brown-ftid, bounced mining operations. National Lead

Ticket Handling make the dump sanitary.The local boys won the game way to through the lake the Edwards property than- locked In a closet. It has to give him the tractor saying into'a truck driven by Reimer must. give' St. Marys one year
began more
members launched into a in their first turn at bat as 18 months when the road never been properly Inventoried ,that "the tractor wasn't leaving Simpson of 'Thomasyille, Ga. and notice .to get the timber off the
discussion of ways .to accomplish they scored seven runs ,on 'fourwaDcsfoursingles I which had been ago edbyJhe.pub.: so far as he, knows, the shop until all_ gf th, $money then into. wgtter, rucK_driveji Jby portion: at It desires .to, _. Jatl' .
1- Objections:about the xlty'a.operation .. this.but each'auggeation met with ; a 'wild'pitch lie barricaded. Edwards: ">;'ht"said;?and"fteTSoitshTldtow, ''' u1d.Nr'l: *" f'f Marvin Edward Griffis.of. Starke.A Ttumng, butmay'give ,only 60 ,"

of parking meters and objections, with no satisfactory and an error. They scored another claimed was that. public use of' the exactly now' much, it ia' Harvey said- that- when he re. -'thr .car.collision. occurrec. days notice' to remove .timber
tlcketi were presentedto solution worked out. in though there are several afternoon W SR 100 to make way for rights of
handling'of run the second frame ,and. road subjected the land to greater turned and told Clemons whs.happened'the .t Saturday way
the City Council Tuesday night The principal suggestion was I three: in the fourth, and one in fire"hazard:and loss of mois- : ex-sheriff gave him I about four miles west of Starke. for necessary roads buildings,

by a,man facing trial on several that the city's dragline be used I the seventh. ture. The county contended that The Commission asked the pistol and told him to put it No one was seriously injured in or lines for pipe power, telephone

charges stemming from a parking to dig a pft for the garbage and L Don McCreary, former University the road was needed not only as County Attorney- ,Mack in the pocket of the car. the collision. and telegraph. If timber

violation. it be covered over systematically of Florida pitcher, hurled an access lor fishermen but for Futch to Investigate the When they got to the garage, Charged with traffic violationsas is not removed in the required

The man R. C. Dampier, also with a hired bulldozer. Tks city for the Starke men limitin such purposes as mosquito and matter and advise them Clemons spoke to Stalnaker while a result of the collision was time St Marys forfeits its rights
complained that the city! j&l.1J! does not own a bulldozer.The control. what authority they would still in the truck Harvey said bu Charlie Chittie of Lake Butler and to the particular area affected.
Downing Brothers to 9 hits and hyacinth
lacking in sanitary and drinking principal objection was the striking out 13 of the visitors The expected courtroom con have to return it. later went inside, getting out 01:I Edgar M. Lewis of Brooker. Chit- The 6,816-acre tract U about

facilities. Dampier spent several 'expense and trouble of hauling a The Starke team's next contest flicts failed to materialize last the truck with the gun at his tie was charged with driving with two miles wide at its northern

hours in jail before posting bond machine out to the site several will be 8 witness side. license revoked and .his bond was boundary, formed by the Mac-
Saturday night at week as the County's first Before Sentence
when arrested on May 18. times week for few hours said he overheard set at $500. Lewis was charged clenny-Maxville
a only a when hosts to the value of Harvey the county road and
p. m. they play J. E. Wall estimated
with failure to have his vehicle
Dampier charged that the laws work and the expense of extra conversation from the truck, but extends southward some seven
a tough Macclenny squad. On the the property at a figure evidently Probes under control
concerning parking violations are manpower.It OrderedIn could not see the pair. mile% tapering to a wedge shaped .
mound for Starke will be either nearer to Edwards' liking than I AfterI Brown said that both
also out that the wards Clemons cars were terminus
not enforced equally on everyone. was pointed came back at Highland. It Includes
Randall Davis or Jack Hazen. either party had expected. After
The policeman working the meters dragline is needed on other projects conferences between the contest: Break-In C CasesRudolph truck and said that Stalnaker had i going east with Chittie startingto 1,508 acres in Bradford;

is "passing up some and not put- and the valuable tires would ing parties this figure was adopted gone to call the sheriff. turn right. When Lewis attempted 2,144 In Clay; 630 In Duval; and

ting tickets on them," Dampier be damaged on the dumping Timber Taking by the court as' the amount..: Crews, 19, and Billy Clemons did not testify at the to pass his car struckChittie's 2,534 In Baker ,County.
and bounced into
1 grounds.At of the award.Commission. Griffis, 17, involved In a serie tearing. He was represented by car The fact that National Lead
said.The of one time the Council was on Of Commissioner of break-ins in Starke with Attorney Mack Futch. one driven by Sara Kurtz. Brown has also had
system following up unpaid Chairman H. A.. said. survey parties lathe
the verge of calling for bids on a several younger boys recently,
tickets is
also operated unfairly (Buddy) Bishop Jr., who had area In recent weeks is taken

he said. calling bulldozer for and bids another on contractors time for too Rapped In LetterThe sparked the suit, stepped down I. Judge pleaded George guilty L. Patten before Wednea Circuit' Dampier CaseIs First Graders as an Indication that the com-

Mayor W. T. Jackson clashed from the presiding position to pany may be planning steppedup
d the
work, but these ideas were day.
with' Dampier as he came to the make the motion that the county activities in the near future.
shelved when the was Commissioners Continued
expense County
defense of the'police and the considered. not follow through with purchasing Judge Patten ordered pre- Register Today

system used. Finally, when no satisfactoryplan this week received a letter from the roadway. All of the sentence investigations in three Another Week Registration for pupils enter. Masons To Honor
"I don't think the man shows Attorney Hollis Knight critic! Commissioners voted for the meas cases against Crews and four
seemed near, the Council ing the first grade at Starke Elementary
any favoritism to anyone. the turned the matter over to W. H. zing an action of member Law- ure except E. L Crawford wh cases against Griffis. One case School next year will be: Past Masters At
mayor said. "If anyone thinks he ton Crawford.The abstained. against the pair, charges of] Mayor W. T. Jackson .
(Billy) Noegel, sanitation committee held today (Friday) from 9 until Special MeetingBradford
can handle the meters" better, he chairman for study. letter said that Crawford I In another acUon in connectionwith L breaking into a drink machineat continued until next week the 11 a.m. at the elementary school

is welcome to try. Another obstacle, pointed out by "has attempted to claim in be the Rowell Lake issue, the Brownlee & Chasteen'a was I trial of five charges against R. office, Principle P.'!'. Noun, announced Lodge 35 F. and A. M. .
to the
Dampier requested see sanitation chief S. R. Hicks wouldbe half of the County, and gave Commission voted to turn back a L passed. C. Dampier arising out of a parking this week. will hold a special night Monday
ticket records that
he parking could show the Council saying unpaid the-water which would fill the to some neighbors for fire wood portion of the roadway to B. S Charges to which Crews plead- violation charge. To enter, a child is required tcbe June 10 honoring all past masters

tickets. pit soaring the garbage and some. limbs growing on a narrow pP Edwards which Edwards had previously efi guilty were breaking IntoStarke' Dampier is charged with re six years old on or before Dec of the Lodge and featuring the

The refused to show the making the pit harder to cover strip of land where the pasture transferred to them in Laundry, Libby's Garageand fusing to pay a parking meter. 31, 1957. Every parent must sub: burning of the mortgage. There

records mayor at the Council meeting but over.T ;. fence is set back from the graded contemplatkwfof opening the road. the Big Dad ManufacturingCo. fine resisting arrest, using pro mit the child's birth certificateat Win be- a ham supper served at

toM Dampier that he could see The matter of Individuals dumping road" adjacent to the D. E. Griffis admitted entering fane language on a public street, the time of registration. If the: 7 p.m. Charlie Futch will give the

them at his office anytime. i garbage on the property was Knight pastures between the; Rites Held For Niece these three places and the Andrews abusing a police officer and de parents do not have a birth' certificate history of the Lodge Mrs. Dan

Dampier said he had evidence of also brought out. C. R. Bradford Brownlee'Road and State Farm Motor Co. f stroying city property. for the child they should; Harley will give the history of

people who had not paid tickets a member of the delegation pro- road. Of Starke Couple The cases against four younger The extension was granted on apply.for one now and get, it to Eastern Star Chapter and E. W.
posed that only city garbage 9- request of Dampier's attorney, the school : Hayes will report on the building
and indicated that the police madeno "In behalf of the owner, N. boys involved in the episodes; office by Sept 1, Nolin
trucks be allowed to use.the dump, Funeral services for Mrs Mack Futch so that he can obtain program.
attempt to trace them. L. the letter continued were disposed 'of previously in I
but this Idea was vetoed by the Karma Sands, 58, of St. Petersburg -: a court reporter. Dampier said.Every child registering should
Juvenile Court. Two brothers
Following Dampier's lead Council "this is to advise that this
Council. you will be held ,Friday afternoon wan arrested May 18 and is free complete all, immunizations for Graduation
Chairman T. C. Hazen Jr. ask- timber is her property and the were sentenced to terms in the ExercisesIn
"To dump garbage Is what we at 2 o'clock at Antioch
under $100 bond.Mayor's communicable disease the
ed the what system was State Industrial School at Marl during
has claim thereto."Your
county no
have it for, Hazen saM. and Cemetery near ).aCrosse. In Court' Monday one summer, including booster shots case of rain Bradford
used High
to follow up unpaid tickets. Board should further be anna, another boy was given a
there is no way we could keep the Mrs. Sands, the former Karma :
The mayor said that the tickets advised that if owned this suspended sentence and a fourth man was sentenced and eight and during Augur.revery begin School graduation exercises will
public out. The council agreed you Parker, was born and reared, at forfeited bonds. should have be held In
ning pupil a thorough I the First Baptist
were kept and the meter policemen Umber, which do not, that who had not actively partici
that signs should be placedon you LaCrosse and was the daughterof Mayor Jackson sentenced Clyde phyiscal examination; Nolin said Church.
kept a lookout for the cars. authority pated in the thefts, was released
would have no legal .
the property directing the public you MrS:
Frances Parker and the Mosley to $25 or five days for
The Council
proposed tighter In another case. Judge Pat
to spots where the garbage shouldbe [ to give it away. late Theodore Parker. She is :
enforcement be practiced and ten sentenced Harold Hodge to public intoxication. Junior Gardener Prize Winners I
dumped so it will not be scattered The Commissioners made nc the niece of Mr. and Mrs. P. 11..
Forfeiting bonds were Albertus
asked the mayor to instruct the three years: in the state prison .
over the area. comment on the: letter. Barefoot ot''Starke.' .
meter policeman (B. C Holtzen- with 'credit allowed for tune Cecil Robinson $52 reckless

dorf) to find out who owned the spent, In the Bradford County. driving and causing an accident:I.

cars and collect for the tickets. jail. Hodge pleaded guilty to Idris Martin, $25, speeding
"Some people make a habit of breaking and entering Tiny's through school zone; A. Rinaldi. -'w-1--w

tearing up tickets," CouncilmanJoe Service Station recently. $10 running red lightSid_ El-. 4.
Andrews III remarked. He liot 'running red ; 'Willie -. '-'
$12, light
suggested that warrants shouldbe New Look In Meters OKdThe Chief James, Nixon $42 reckless .-4_ .. : Pt
Opposes -
iasued. driving and illegal parking; -- ,

The mayor was also asked to Plan To Retain Elias Nasser, $12, running red '- ,_ra. .
re-emphasize that all cars shouldbe City Council voted Tuesday the post office and Jefferson $1,100. The firm was ontracted light: A. S. Mills reckless driv-

tagged impartially, and the i night to purchase a new varietyof street between Temple avenue and to.make the master plan recently Old Fire TruckFire ing and causing accident, $25; ; '',

policeman be instructed not to parking meters the twoheaded Walnut street in preparation for sewer work Manuel A. Escobar, $27 reck- -

put money into the meters which type, to place on additional With the installation of the ad- which will be required when north Chief DW.. Carpenter less driving by excessive speed. ,- .. ,
is left on the windshield of the streets to be metered. ditional meters, an additional man U. S. 301 is widened. Tuesday night voiced objectionsto .,! : : '

This type will allow two carS to to patrol them should be considered The Council the plan for keeping the 30-( $-
car."When a Social
revised -
someone leaves moneyon park between posts and will Councilman Joe Andrews m plat of South Gate subdi- year-old LaFrance fire truck as SecurityA

the windshield," Hazen said enable easier parking, City Clerk said. vision submitted the City Council proceeded with I : .
"they may have gotten an hour's Carl Johns said. They also will In other action the Council, by W. T. Jackson plans to enlarge the fire stationto representative of the Gainesville ,4 I 'b- *. '-,. r
the -*
developer. Jackson &. 4 _
free parking before the policemancomes be set to permit two hour parking voted to have surveyor Merrill said make room for an extra truck. Social 'Security office will ,. -' ( ; .-
along." and can be paid for from McMillan "verify and check" the that the first plat had contained "The truck is obsolete Carpenter be in Starke at the court 'roomof ';:, : '-

Dampier said that the only: revenues, the Council was told. lay of the city's sewers so that many errors'made by the surveyor said. He said he saw no need the court house at 9:30 a. m.. i .

washing and drinking facilities in' The members first considered this information can be providedto who drew it up. to spend money on a building to on Thursday, June 13 for the -

the jail was one spigot only a replacing the meters on Call street Reynolds Smith and Hill en- On the request of Mayor Jack- keep something that is obsolete." purpose of conducting social

few Inches from the floor. He with the new ureters and puttingthe gineering firm for the master plan son the Council agreed" to changethe The Council overruled the chief security business.

said that when he was in jail he old ones on the additional survey they are making. Lewis S. age limit for youths affected and continued with plans to build Persons who desire to make

was reminded that it was "not,a streets slated'for.metered. parking Shields a representative of the by the 10 p. m. curfew from cnto the back of the building to application for social security Winners of blue ribbons in a recent downtown display put on by

hotel" but the idea was discarded.The firm, told the Council that this 15 to 16. make a place for the old truck: .retirement or survivors benefits the Junior Garden Club were (sitting, 1-r) Paul Newsom, Larry

Mayor Jackson said that prisoners streets voted next on the check is needed before the master The Council turned down a when the new one arrives. secure. social security account Reddish, Paul Griffis, Doyle Kelly. (Middle row) Yvonne Conner,
in the jail soon tear off any metering list by the Council last plan work can proceed because request of Mayor: Jackson to The members agreed to get numbers, or get any other social -
Carlos Rowe, Jimmy Griffin, J. W. Dukes, Dickie Flpps Garry Grif
facilities that are Installed. The month are :Madison street from "numerous differences and discrepancies spend $100 to obtain a list of specifications on the work need, security Information are in-,
Council agreed that the matter I Monroe east to the railroad. Walnut exist in the present all Bradford County license num ed so that contractors could submit vited to see our representativeat fis, and Bs.--baraNettles., (Back row) Billy Melson, George Seeley,

should be investigated. t street in the block north of data. The additional cost will be bers. :,: bids _on the. work. <> the time of his.., visit. Leroy Griffis, and Theron Hunter.'I. .

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editorial: Farmer's Diary

By Sam McGam
Bill Provides Awarded LettersSeventyfive S
Civil Rights
EST. 1879
fertilize money back. They Funeral services for Pace FLOklDA'S' OLDEST WEEKLY NEW-
were using a potato digging Smith, 78, former Starke resident 0 PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOHSLY
For Trial Without Jury I' machine, which sure does a good were held at 2 p.m Fridayin School Bradford: '' High UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD.
job, especially when the grass the Chapel of the KeyMcCabe athletes toere awarded .

/ The true face of the Eisenhower administration and weeds are bad.Went Funeral Home in Jacksonville with letters for their activities in various PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS .

e e the Rev. Curtis L. Taylor offici- sports during the 1956-57 MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
for which some Southerners,were duped in- S school year at a special assembly .Wt err Or MARCH s. 1S' .
ating. Burial followed in Kings-
to voting in the last two..elections, is showing itself over to look at a field Friday morning.
of the new Gator rye, owned by ley Lake Cemetery. Dodd, Eddie Stuckey, Shi Smith, Deliverance MeetingThe
nowhere more clearly than in the present Zedra Hamilton, who has" produced Mr. Smith died Tuesday night Most awarded student was Joe Harvey Tanner, D. Ritch Green,

fight against the iniquitous EisenhowerBrownell a corn for seed. This new May 28, in a Jacksonville hospital. Harden who,, lettered jin foursports Spanky McLendon, W. H. Johns Bible deliverance meeting

sponsored "civil rights" legislation.Mr. all have an embarrassing Gator rye is supposed to pro- He was born in Highland and had football, basketball, and Hank Graham. being conducted at the Highway

: Eisenhower and :Mr. Brownell are this moment at one time or other, duce 20 tons of green material lived in Starke before moving to baseball and,, track. Harden, Letters were awarded to the Chapel Assembly of God will
Jacksonville 35
years ago. captain of the football team last for in cheerleading
girls -
but Sam hit the jackpot this per acre, compared with 14 participation continue through this week Rev.
week seeking to deny the right of trial by jury week. Here's what happened: tons from Florida Black. Last Survivors include his wife, Mrs. season, was the first BHS student and basketball. Receiving W. L. Hersinger reported.Rev. ,

to persons accused of civil rights violations. If He accompanied Foster Shi year Gator rye sold for ,$8 a win Henrietta Smith Smith of Starke; four, uYlee sons Smithof Ed- to receive the quadruple letters in both fields were San- Hersinger invites peopleof

the Administration bill, prepared by Mr. Brow- Smith and George Huggins out bushel? but it is expected that Hialeah, and Alford and Lucian award since 1951, dra Strickland (captain cheer all faiths to come, see and

nell with the blessings of Mr. Eisenhower, is to Brooker where they were go- as soon as it comes into pro- Smith, both of Jacksonville; a Bill Lettering Alderman in three sports were leaders), Jackie Prevatt; Ann hear him. Services begin each

so-called "commission"would ing to get some cucumbers from duction, the price will come daughter, Mrs. Ethel Redd of (football, bas> Williams (captain basketball), evening at 7:45 p. m.
passed it means that a ball and track) and Charles and Eliasa StefanellLAwarded
the farm of N. G. Hayes, who down. Jacksonville: two step-sons, Leo
be set up with the power to investigate"allegations" had given them permission. Well, and Roy Miller, and two step. Noegel (fooball, basketball and cheerleading letters CARD OF THANKSWe
that citizens being deprived of track). were Milissa Stallings Nancy
we were gathering cukes daughters, Mrs. Gladys McCullum
their Civil Rights or being subjected to economic when all of a sudden, Sam lookedup Then on the way home, which, Foster"Shi he and Mrs. Marie Medley, all of The two sports athletes were Bates,. Pat _Hobbs, and Lavora wish to express our deep
saw a gopher
and there was a man he had Jacksonville and' a half brother, Calvin Pace and Tommy Stallings Capps. appreciation to all our neighborsand
because of color race religion, or national .
pressure caught, so as to have some meat receiving letters for football and
never met before. It turned out Jim McClennigan of Maxville; Basketball letters recipientswere friends for their kindnessesand
origin. Under this frightening law, any with his potatoes, nukes and baseball
Hall Freddie
; Henry and Helen Kelly, Janice Jenk-
and minutes ( nine 10
to be Mr. Hayes, only grandchildren, great lovely flowers In our recent
complainant could go before the Commission witha before he had spotted the pepper. George said he once grandchildren, 12 step grandchildren Stephens for football and track:... ins and Martha Van Landingham.
who could look at s6mw. Our sincere thanks.r.and .
knew a -
a man
trivial or malicious accusation and have the accused strangers In his cuke field and and 10 step great grandchildren. Jimmy Hobbs basketball and: Basketball managers were Pat-
gopher track and tell how much and Ar- Mrs. Edwin Smith and family.
track Curtis McGee
; Nichols and Gayle Rowe.
at his if were there sy
person subpoenaed to appear own vowed that they soup it would make. Not to be mond Rivers for basketball and

expense, or be held in contempt.The getting his cukes to sell, he, outdone, Foster said he heardof VVVVVVYVi .........,..... baseball; and Marvin Brown for
would take a shot at them. It
House this week is conducting four daysof all turned out all right, but take a man who could look at acow's ban ball and track. .
track and tell what
debate on the controversial measure, with a Sam's word for it, it is embarraSsing the cow was. Only thing we knowis PINE LEVEL Receiving letters Harold for. Godwin varsity," .
group of Southern Congressmen hoping to get to meet a man for the that the color of a cow will bj Mrs.: II. 31. MeitaeALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAk Bubba LaMee, Gary Bennett HUNDREDS ,

the bill amended to require jury trials in civil first time, in his field picking rub off! r Roger Rivers Roddy Struth.
ucumbers. .
rights contempt cases, and, this is ,the, proposalthat his c S. Randy Johns, Rudolph Hutcheson -
President Eisenhower and Attorney General Hear that the folks over on Rev. and Mrs. W. E- Hall returned Wilbur Barry, James Har aetails are managed and economic-
N. G. said he had had a good had another "toad Tallahassee attended that only trained and
Griffis Loop home from. : a
with all the forces at their rell, Bob Taccia, Bert McGee. ,
Brownell are fighting crop of cukea He picked between strangler" .rain last week and last Friday and were dinner Randy Wilcox (manager), and I4 organization can attend when

command.In 8,000 and DJOOO bushels, ind that it damaged crops around guests of the H. M. McRaes. Rev. Mike Goldwire. urgent '*ed for serving is at

a recent newsletter, Congressman Billy averaged between 700 and 1,200 there. We see- a lot more water Hall was called to Webster on Lettering in varsity. baseballwere .

Matthews his reasons for opposing the so- "packouts" every day of the 2- standing in the ponds around Sunday to the ordination of a John.Goolsby, Henry Ri-
gave week picking season from the the country now than we've seen deacon at the Baptist Church Kenneth Parrish (captain
called Civil Rights legislation as follows: 18 He said charde,
plantings of acres. for quite some time. there.. Williams, W. H.
"H.R. 1151 would establish a Commission on it was the best crop of cukes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starlingand Johns), and Bennie Harry Stallings (manages DeWITT C. JONES

Civil Rights. This Commission would investigate he had ever raised. The varietyhe Looks like the favorite field family, and Mrs. Starling's ). Phone i Starke, FT*.

'allegations' that citizens are being deprived of raised is Palomar, and they corn, Dixie 18, may give way to mother, Mrs. Viola Cheshier, visit- Varsty basketball lettermen t
reported to outyield all oth- Florida 200. ea the R. C. Cannons in Palatka Funeral Director
are variety, Ambulance Service
a newer Tat-
economic Tom
their Civil Rights or-being subjected to were Reason Kirkland, (
ers, but have a tendency to pro- This variety is supposed to last Sunday.We .
new )
pressure because of color, race, religion or national duce "crooks." of four bushelsto were glad to have Mr. and um and Mike Reddish (manager Our local funeral home enable u to offer convealeae u4
yield an average Ir-
origin. It would have power to hold hear- IS the acre more than Dixie 18.Another Mrs. James Starling at church Awarded track letters )were, Howell service not otherwli* available.
ings at any place under a subcommittee of not Prettiest sight on his farm, popular variety now, is last Sunday illness.after Mrs. Starling'srecent van Williams Covington, Jerome Edwards and.. -- .. ,

less than two members and.could issue subpoenasover though, is a pepper patch whichis the white corn, Coker 811.
last Sat- James Thomas. We furnish the
We had a glad surprise highest type service at lowest prices and
of the Commission or Subcommittee one of the best plantings in of varsity
signature urday when we received a call Winners junior accept AMY life insurance policy in force issued by ANY
for attendance and testimonyof this area without any doubt. N. And we have a new strawberry had arrivedat football letters were Sonny Law-
Chairman that our son, Owen, company, gj payment in pan or in full on a funeral
G. the Yolo Wonders which is being raised around
planted on Al-
witnesses antf production of records. Persons his home in Jacksonville. Those son, Dudley Hardy, Warren Consultation carries
new dirt (in one field at least), here for runners this season for fam- Danney, Jimmy no obligation.
be who visited with him and his wood, Rickey
who refuse to obey these subpoenas could and he has maintained a spraying the first time. It is' Dixieland, a ily for a while that night were Clark, Larry Elder, Winston Kelly -

punished by contempt proceedings in Federal schedule of once a week during plant developed at the Belts- his parents, the H. M. McRaes, Douglas Seymour, Winfred

Court. the past six week The plants ville, Md., USDA experimental Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of Tomlinson, William Famish, Har-

"1 do not believe that this Commission should almost cover the field; they are station. Pete Griffis and others Olustee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- ry Stalling- Ray Judd, Marvin
big and loaded with pods and have some of the runners grow- rick of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Mosley, Michael Reddish, Bobby

have power to subpoena any person to appear have the most beautiful color ing. A. F. Hall and others of Jackson- Shannon, James Thomas, Frank
and testify at that person's expense. It is fright- you ever saw. He started picking ville. He returned to Virginia Williams, Terrell Green (cap-

ening to me that anyone could go to the Commission early this week.. Everything all mixed up at Sunday morning.The tain), Bennie Williams, .John
our usual. McRaes and Mrs. V.
accusation place as Now one of H. M.
make trivial malicious -
and a or From the pepper patch, we the old hens has taken to crow- E. Thornton of Starke enjoyed the

saying that someone had deprived him of went over to the 80-acre potato ing! Wonder how many have Sing at Evergreen Baptist Church

his Civil Rights. Then the Commission could field, where: his three sons, N. heard this before: last Sunday afternoon, and were

subpoena the accused and make him travel any- G. Jr., Eldridge, and W. H., were "A whistling girl and a crow- evening dinner guests of the Carl ;

where in the United States at his own expense digging spuds. N. G. said he was ing hen, Thornton family.Mr. SPEEDwithout 349.95
accused would haveto averaging about 350 bushels to "Always come to some bad and Mrs. Gene Fetcher 'I
and appear before them. white Jacksonville spent Tuesday nightof the
the acre of the Sebago, or end!
provide his own lawyer and stand all other ex potatoes, and that he was harvesting If her bad end is the pot, she'll last week with the H. M. Mc danger of 2 TON

penses', whereas the accuser would have all of even if the price was have to make soup, because she Raes. Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger stalling! /

his expenses paid by the Federal government' and way down, so as to get some of sure is too tough to eat! of and Jacksonville visited relatives accompanied in Starke.them

would have all the legal forces of the U. S. government -
teria for the last meeting of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Batten and
behind him in making his accusationand n..m..mvvmvBROOKER. this school term. Rev. C. B. siau- children of Theressa visited the G Fq

prosecution. ins opened the meeting ,with devotions A. J. Fender family Sunday after- F 0 R.p RF 0

"Even though the accused were able to prove Patty Bigham did a noon.Mr. ,
pantomime, and the and Mrs. H. H. Lewis at- &I 41S
innocence he could very easily be services for Mar- ,.
his complete By Sirs. Joyce Cas enAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA was then called to order by the tended funeral "..
subjected to enough expense and trouble that it president, W. E. Bigham Jr. tin Fouts on Monday of last week N.e's a MW haft"dear to the kiwi

could ruin him financially for the rest of his tai Mrs. Guy Harrell reported that at Belmore Cemetery in Clay of men who sitk rugged performance $ 1 S
el an atr-,oing pace. Two gars
life. There is no other example of such procedure Graduation: ExercisesThe approximately $72.13 was clearedon (low and high) makes Si practically
Mrs. J.
and H.
know of and I Brooker Junior High School the chicken supper held last Mr. tall "'of special alleys make
in our government today that I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fouts, all of breakage rare try it and sea.r .
the of services week. Mrs. Ellis's
vas scene prometion
room won the
think that this would be a terrible step to take for the 8th grade Monday room count. Lakeland, spent Monday night HoffcoCHAIN '

in the direction of real and permanent loss of light. After the devotional by Mrs. Aubrey Hazen presentedthe 'with Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Lewis.Mrs. -=
Roberta Lamb of -=
our civil liberties." lev. L. L. Parker, the school slate of officers for the com- spending this week with Tampais her }'I' I f_ .. :'. .. .
objectionable rinicpal introduced the speaker,, ing year and they were unani- If '
other ,
Congressman Matthews points out brother-in-law>> and sister, Mr. and \ '
Fudge Geo. L. Patten of Starke.
mously elected as follows Presi- SAW
: \L
bill follows H. H. Lewis.
provisions of this as : Mrs.
'J The class speeches were given by
dent, W. E. Bigham Jr.; Vice .
"It would allow the Attorney General of the dances Prescott, JoAnn Green, President, Mrs. Wilson Green; Card of Thanks
We wish to heart-
United States to institute lawsuits without the and superintendent Barbara Jean H.Green.P. Morgan School Secretary, Joyce Castlen; Treas- felt thanks to express the many our friends K. & GARAGE l Fill 'r' r .. w x

knowledge or consent'of the real party in in- urer, Mrs. Guy Harrell. and relatives for their kindness
presented certificates to the foJOing -
terest. Pressure groups could institute suits 1 students: Ronald Dukes, Those on the nominating com- and sympathy during the passingof / Mile South on U.S. 301
without the knowledgeor mittee were: Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, our.dear mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Phone 474-R
concerning Civil Rights I Barbara Jean Green Otis Tet- ,h
Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Mrs. yy
and for the beautiful
tone, JoAnn Green, Edward En- Starke FloridaThat's
consent of the real party in interest."It M. D. Harrell. flowers. The children. ,
licott Jean Endicott Par-
is bad enough to have this done in private ish. Frances Prescott, and Travis

litigation, as we have seen in recent suits by the (}ann. Several musical numbers 1

NAACP in Alabama and Texas, but to give this were presented by the Glee Club

power to the Federal government in a bill suchas mder the direction of .Mrs. Eva What I Want For Graduation! -- ,
this would put our own Federal government lenderson.: We are sorry to report so many COOL t MfORtdf, ,ff,f..e'. 2 oJ it:

in the position of stirring up lawsuits and en- ------- ---
. (n our sick list this week, including "
couraging malicious prosecution. Such author- Mrs. R. F. Gano, who underwent c.7/4
:;. > THIN .
ity would leave the way open for possible tyranny major surgery in Alachua DRY'COMF'08tlen I Ov muggy I : 'moisture I II II. ] ,

unscrupulous persons were to hold positions General Hospital, Mrs. J.. K. DESIGN I ,, - ---.
J Douglas, who also had a major .
in our Department of Justice and on this proposed -
peration, but is home now; Mrs.
Civil Rights Commission. race Barry, who is at home but CLEAN, COMFORT filters'the I air '

Congressman Matthews concludes that: "We !till quite ill; the baby daughter Compact I -" -- .- -
()f Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone,
could do no greater disservice to our country Takes Vi
who is in Hope Haven for surgery -
so-called Civil Rights legislation.We less space
than to pass this and Mrs. G. A. Gay. rr fit

have sufficient laws already on our statute Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and flush*with

books now to properly enforce the Civil Rights ons of Jacksonville spent Saturday ; Vsa drapes!

of our people. This piece of legislation is not with the G. A. Gays. o.::: l1oU Mafk +: $ ONLY = =
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bazar
necessary. It is an unwarranted invasion of I r
and son of Jacksonville attended
States Rights. It will be used as a political in- :graduation exercises here Monday S43 .L ; ii1

strument to get votes and I fear it would do-more I right: and Mrs. Doshie Prescott 34995
to tear our people apart than any piece of legislation j and granddaughter, Frances, accompanied h Be ion the
them back to their Smith Corona eof Wavef = 2 TON jjjr
that has been i introduced in Congress ; IJ
home in Jacksonville Beach for a
since I have been a member." 1 week's visit. -

This is the abominable piece of legislation thata Little Shelia Dukes of Lake WORLD'S FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLE -: / %l

Republican president and a Republican attorney butler spent several days with I'
general are trying to cram down the throats of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gel right capacity cooling
Ernest Russ, while her mother,
for home in a ti
Southerners should your
the American people. re-
Mrs. Sonny Dukes, was confined WHIRLPOOL
member this the next time they are tempted to ti the hospital in Lake Butler. STERLING CLIPPER SKYRITER compact RCA

vote for a Republican candidate for president. Mrs. Robert Jones attended the'uneral '

services of her sister-in-. .. 137.27 121.37 I 105.47 79.10
law in Brookville last week.

Who Halted What? Mrs.; C.' L. Atkinson spent last Plus Tax -. _',to -: Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax
week with her sisters, Mrs. Alpine 4
Parrish and Mrs. Iva McKinney L'.

Efforts to stem the tide of inflation may be who are both ill, in Auburndale. TV Service

in for rough going through the rest of this year. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and This year, give that boy or girl Graduate the practical gift that will

Government price experts are now estimating, family, who were recent visitors La. bring the maximum in pleasure and appreciation for years to come. I
here, are now in New Orleans, .
Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters are designed and built to offer
unofficially, that living costs will rise between where Mr. Lewis is employed-

two and four per cent during 1957. And any Mrs. Kenneth Russ and son of: maximum value in terms of performance, dependability, and long life,

increase .in the consumer price index automati- Melbourne were weekend guests and are available to suit any purse and any purpose. Stop by today and All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

cally results in a cosl-of-living wage boost in of Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs.Ernest Charles Russ.Wiggins: see our complete line. Fully Equipped Dependable

such basic industries as steel and autos. In fact, and family of San Diego Calif. All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S ,

under this formula the auto, steel, and electrical are spending several days herewith

workers have already picked up an additional Charles' parents. 'Mr. and Terms Arranged To Suit Your Convenience ,

hour this They won't actually Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins.
three cents per year.
Jack Suggs of Jacksonville wsu I RADIO & TV
the gain however, becausenew .
benefit from the weekend guest of his parents,,

price rises will more than offset_ it. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Suggs. INMAN D. GREEN, Owner

During the campaign last fall President Eisen- Left Over From Last Week T BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH \ TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering

hower and other spokesmen for Republican PTA Elects Officers Phone 239 Starke Fla.
Party boasted that "we halted inflation. The Brooker PTA met Thursday a .
night, May 23, in the cafe, -- -- -
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,.,,.....fTYT..TTTT. .. Wells, Mrs. Bales and daughtercarried daughter, and :Mrs. Edward Massey as guests during the weekend -.. -. -=-
him and Miss Mary Julia and children left last week Mrs. Jewell Royal and son and -:::::.
LAWTEY Futch to Lake City on Sunday for Haleyville, Ala. where they granddaughter, of Tampa, and .
will visit their ,son, Tip, and Miss Rachel Boyer of Jackson-
afternoon to catch the bus for ,
By Mrs. Joyce T. FutchMr. their respective defJ;ations. family. ville. i Irq; :WEN WAKE UP RELAXED!f17 "

Miss Patricia Parrish of the Miss :Mary Julia Futch, Mrs. Mrs. Madeline Prevatt and ....... ..,, '.. ,., ..., .... .. ... ....,..' .,. ,. ,... .. .... .
........................ the >:: :. .).:"H".. ,;>,Ii,: ; .,'asyi. ,.. ".'". ,"'&''">.-v. '" '*,"'$V'.,,;w\: S, +,' 'C .'':'<<', '$%, ,..,.., ,. ..: *-0 ..'. : "'*:,"; Crtp\ : .
; : a.ftinr.k- ', \ : .
Futch and family of ::: t. : ,
Joyce State :,.. : > : .Z'i : .
the weekend Ralph were Farm visited I < : : \ ':'F''>A.\\ : : : $ ; ) : w. .fi, :,fi"t.. .
State Farm spent : iR.\..*"....',;1.;,. .i>':'..::'Ji. "' .: :,:.,'m',..ni....:::d.;.:>w.Z.: t,.:,:<..'J,.,'i,<}..::::s;: ...:\...*:.:.:1,,...f"s,,, "" .", "'.
I. '
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts with Miss Barbara Starling.The business visitors to Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley.and t tY-i: >.:.::.\\f.....<;,,>.::...",''.,>..';.w.:,.,.'""".'<,.''>.n W'Y'-';'i&t:_''''':'.'+..";'."." >...-.":".".,."-:" ." ":*' .-"',,..'., ,.'".''>"' "'>"><"">'*":'<.<,,t,'S.:,,::,',"'<;'''.1,!''","''f&:;::,".:::<.'....''>.'y'''"'<",<:>.*;<.,,1'"',"".':":@?."$<".:. ,:""',',:;:,:+;,,:,"1,. ."1": M","','',"*'t<'':W."',,:t:'''\.''..''&','''1
Palatka on Saturday.; Willie Griffis on Sunday. :.::,\'ti':>.1oJ $4,40 ""''''' '':''''''''' ';'\, '.. =$-''>' ":'''''.?' *'M""..'tIt":
and Mrs. Effie Miner had PTA held its regular meet cEi. i' *' '''' ''''" ". ? '
> .
as : .qi'; ,,
guests during last week, Mrs ing in the library last Tuesday Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and I.:..:..,....,.., : "; if f c- l 'j. ,tft< ...<>;,*;.",t.. w......:\,1h,,. ....",",'... '+''", '"A1.= ,,,,*'" \>.;'.,'f,,...:.,,.,',, Lonnie Roberts and daughter of evening. Hugh B. Ingram Jr.i Mrs. Bennett Wilkison were Mr. sons spent Sunday with Mr. and. .V.:,.:;....... ... '/ ..!> t1 "!
St. George, Ga. and Mrs. J. W. presided in the absence of presi and Mrs. Donald Wilkison and Mrs. Tom Goehagen at Bostick. i ::1 ;ftkt ,..*i h: .
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wig- 'Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns .,, i ;
Andrews Jr. of Starke. dent. The slate of officers nom sons I..t: {% 1: 'i t. ; t1'RO'OMIR''e'DNDIIO ".
inated for the coming year were:: gins and family. Mr. and Mrs. and family and Mrs. Mary Hin- .l is? ':)ilij t : """
Roman Powers of Fort Myers ...,.......,.y,.:....>,>:..:' >..,. f : ..
: .
Pre ldent, Mrs. D. A. Jones; Vice Bennett Wilkison Jr., and family, son and son of Jacksonvillewere >: ;.a;"X; ; .: <.:" : :;> : t''M'u\y' ", \ .. ..,. ,fi. ',' ,.,",,
spent the weekend. with his children and fami- ... ; .h..j. "ij" oi''W'1:. "W9''";""."'";:"t.:'.<>;:.".c'>:.. ";:!:".t.'>,%;K ,' "* <' <'""'" ,..,
Secretary weekend of Mr. and
here. President, Mrs. Ed Durban ; and Mrs. Lavcn Napier guests
Mrs. Martha, Bales;; ly,' all of Jacksonville. Mrs. E. C. Johna They all at- Cools, filters, dehumidifies, circulates 1 y

and David Mrs.Southerland Ernest Southerland and family of Treasurer, Miss Dorothy Swan- Mrs Mattie Henderson had as tended Homecoming at Evergreenon *Attractive, compact design \

Lake Butler visited the Rowell bom. The room count award wentto guests during the weekend Mr. Sunday. I ttj1If Automatic Thermostat.
Prevatts on Sunday. the first grade. and Mrs. Lloyd Pennington and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin :Muse and Simplified Control! .1\1
of the Walter Buch- of Leesburg, and Mr. and son of Jacksonville visited the : On
Friends son
Miss Jackie Harley, who Is ....-... All steel cabinet
holtz family will regret to learn Mrs. C. B. Cannon of Jackson- Jack Crawford family on Satur- Model! R60P
school In Jack- -
graduating that Mr. Buchholtz passed away I ville. 5-year protection plan 'J ,
sonville this weekend with I day.Mr.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. May 8 in St Benedict Hospital Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and daugh- and Mrs. Leslie Thomas iueecr" I- ------_, -------( -----ilRr1-! _..
at Durand, Wis. They were visiting ters visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. and family of Live Oak' visited - .
C. .
Harley. .
Futch of Mr. Buchholtz's mother at Benson in Jacksonville on Satur :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starlingand
Tallahassee Miss Mary spent Julia from Thursday the time. Barry, who live with family on Sunday afternoon. G. j l mm
until Sunday with Mrs. Joyce his mother, went to Wisconsinand and Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner APPLIANCES
drove his mother home. had aa guests during the week had as weekend guests :Mr. and
Futch and sons.
Landon Griffisof daughter, Mrs. Charles Texton,, Mrs. Ethel Gibson and daughter, Mra Clarence Mosley and family
Mr. and Mrs. the week- is at Fort Benning, Ga., where and Mr. and Mrs. W. L.; MillsSr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner, GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES _- .
Jacksonville '
spent K. her husband is in service. and grandson of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tucker hbfsF+er, $ o.v 1I!: ,
end with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Cecil Dobbs and Jacksonville.The the ebo.e'ce.i.eoded nM' pf COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229- t't HI tt1. (' ( 'lr
and Mrs. Levin Mr. ville. and sons all of _
Wheeler and Mr. bt cl.i'hout; .
nor M Ida ttM
Griffia. family of Jacksonville were week Mr. and Mrs. George Griffisof Guy Futch family had as the dtclw'j. option.cfcongt ....,. s STARKE, FLA. __ .ItD. _A_ ff.s___..
Ernest Wells of Mobile, Ala. end guests of Mr. and Mra. Wal- New River were weekend guests during the weekend Mr. V_- !>- The Only Authorized General I Electric Appliance I.i"
was the weekend: guest of his ter Wilkerson.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Johnny Crawford and Dealer In Bradford County"We
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Griffis and Gerald. and Mr:
mother Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. family of Macclenny
as guests during the Norris week,I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and and Mrs.. Leon Sauls and family I Service Everything We Sell
end Mr. and Mrs. B. B. children attended an Eastern of- -Hampton.-
and ,Mrs. D. J. Ballentineand in Lake Butler on
Mr. Star meeting
Mr. and Mrs: Wiley Smith .of
and Mr. and Mrs.
family Saturday
Jacksonville called on Mr. and
D. Dickinson, all of Jacksonville.Mr. The Joe Shuford family of St:
Mrs. G. W. Sapp on Saturday.
and Mrs. D. A. Jones and Augustine gent the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest
D.11Stones '
visited the John Shuford and
daughters with Mrs. and family with their guests -
Thurs Western Thin Sliced
Jacksonville on
in Tender
Dave. Williams and Golden .
x Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
.--, day evening.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parrishand son, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob .
and Mrs. Horace Nettles family of Lake Butler and
Summerlin and son, all of Lake
and family of Gainesville spent Mr. and Mrs. Bob Diamcmd of City, enjoyed a picnic at Kings- SUN KIST
and .
Saturday night with Mr. Green Cove visited the Aaron ley Lake on Sunday. A. ; 1 SWEET -
Mrs. Wilmot Starling and daugh Sumners during the weekend.
Aguiar Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Converseand f1
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
ter.Miss Elizabeth Tatum of the daughter of Jacksonville family of Jacksonville were

i University ing her parents of Florida, :Mr. and is visit Mrs. Normans and spent Sunday and Mrs.with J.the S. Norman.Howard Earl Sunday Prevatt.guests of :Mr. and Mrs. I LEMONS doz 2Sc' ,,< ," CORN 6 for 29cA&P' !

Robert Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter had
T. W. Tatum. Mr. and Mrs.
ASK Mr. and Mrs. Riley Dixon and ton and son of Jacksonville rent as Sunday dinner guests Mr.
evening with the Frank and Mrs. Robert Myers and
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Cru family. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Own ALL PURPOSE OIL Tender ,
FRIGIDAIRETHE I! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon Pope and daughter, of Jackson- Iceberg
about this question: I had as guests during ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer

"This Homeowners Policy appeals I- BEST-KNOWN I and Junior daughter the Hingson weekend and Mr. son and, Mrs.and Carter Rev. of and Clay Mrs.Hill.L., McKinneyare DEXOLA quart bottle 49c LETTUCE 2 for 29c ;

to me the one that NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION 'Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hingson of both on the sick list. Rev
Eli Griffis bf Maxville filled the !
covers the home and furnish-I Live Oak. -
of the fifth grade pulpit at the Church of God on 1 i iI
ings plus personal belongingswith i HEATERSAIR 'with their teacher, 1olrs. Priest Joyce Sunday.The .Robert Waldronr. had'as Green Giant-Large TenderjHS2i Sweet Red To The Rind I il
Hubert i
all risk' protection, and CONDITIONERS and Mrs.
ire 'carried TrUman.Nor- weekend guests their son, Harley -
includes family liability {in- WASHERS & DRYERS '' td by Stephen Foster and family of Fort Pierce, *
surance. Can my present fire! :|i Memorial man's bus at White Springs on and Hillman and family of Jack- GREEN 37 WATERMELONS ea 69c
1 sonville.
and theft policies be absorbedin Get The Best For Less Thursday.
and Mrs. H. H. Hamiltonwere Mrs. Willie Mae Forman of I
the Homeowners Policy AtSmith's Mr Sunday evening guests of Savannah, and Eldon Davis of I,
without cancellation?" 4 Paul in Gaines- Boston, Mass visited Mr. .and Western
Dr. Ouida Faye Mrs. Dick Bray on Sunday. Ann Page Rich Creamy Improved VineRipenedCANTALOUPES
Garage vil1e.
Charley E Johns Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Ar- ly Mrs and: Winnie Buddy Thompson Gordon and of fami-Rai- ))

Sales and--Service wood Sundav and dinner sons guests of Melrose of'Mr.were and ford Tanner visited on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and. Mrs. L. S. MAYONNAISE quart jar 49C ea 39c

I We Service All Make ol Mrs. Carl Carter. .
and Mra Earl Teston
& Son Dinkinsof
Agency Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Electrical mnu
Appliance BQKn
spent the week- visited their father, Blaine Tes --- j
St. Augurtine
606 N. Temple Ave. end with Mr. and :Mrs. P. 'L. ton, in Alachua General Hospitalon Ann PageCHILI New Crop White
Phone 13 Starke, Fla PHONE 120 Dinkins.Mr. Sunday afternoon. Friends 61 -

and Mrs. Fred Moore had Mr.to learn Teston that will he underwent be interested sur- 12 10 Ib

gery satisfactorily.H. recently. and is improving SAUCE oz can 23c POTATOESSparkle bag Z9c

R. Crawford and family of
Jacksonville visited the Ray

Crawfords on Sunday. Regular Tapioca Jane Parker Sugared Freshly Bed::
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smithof

IT'S UNLAWFULFor L.dinner Those S.Jacksonville Tanner.guests attending of were Mr.Homecoming and Saturday Mrs. PUDDING 'per package Jc DONUTS ctnofdoz 2 Dc

at Evergreen Baptist Church
from the First Baptist were :Mr
and Mrs. O. J. Anders, Mr. and Hormel's ViennaSAUSAGE Jane Parker
Any Person or Persons to Engage in Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr., and family Ig gIg''
and Miss Elizabeth Terry.
Rev! Troy M. Wakefield, pas- PEACH lib 6o '
1.40z cans !
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless tor of the the Methodist message at Church the ,Bac-,delivered ,

calaureate Services at the school j' !
I i
on Sunday morning. Rev. W. L.

The Name Is Registered Milla benediction Jr. gave, the and Miss Invocationand Mary Green Giant Jane Parker lIb, 6 ozs. 1'1 i j

Julia charge Mrs.Futch Glenn of the of Shuford music.Tallahassee and Mrs had PEAS 2N. 303 Cans 37C BLUEBERRY 4* 'i !

,'.. ,.?'-,. Sam Hicks were shopping in !
"I .
: :. U Jacksonville on Tuesday, and }
were luncheon guests of Mr. and V Burry's Choconut 10 I

f I :-Read:: ] This Florida Law Mra .Griffin and Mrs.Hodges.Mr. J. S.. Eunice and COOKIES 39cI'I:

son were business visitors, to

' "It shall unlawful t for any person or persons, aa defined dad, to Jacksonville Mrs. C. R.on Friday.Whitehead and Slab Bacon Northern

engage in business"as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined daughters were shopping in Jack TISSUE 3 for 25C Ii jj

without and.unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the sonville on Saturday. ,
Mrs. Emma Larrimore of Mac-
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business clenny was the weekend guestof Laundry BleachCLOROX

is, with registration'shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit Mra E. M. Futch and Floyd. Sugar Cured qt 17C

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of Sam Hicks of Jacksonville *

all those interested in the business, enterprise, the extent of the interest Hicks spent and the' Mr.weekend and Mrs.with Glenn Mrs. :Smoked8 to 12 lb.][ 39 Facial Tissue 2 00 size 2 for ,

of each, and the fictitious name under which said business: is carriedon. Shuford.Mr. KLEENEX
Said registration'may not be made until the person or persons desiringto and M&i Carl JPrevattand average !

engage in business under a fictitious name. shall hare advertised his or and Mr.family and of Mrs.Ocala J. C.were Prevail Fri Sanitary Napkins i I

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four day evening business visitors to "A" Tender I
i Quirk-FrozenGrade KOTEX 43cI J
(4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county Lake Butler.

" where,said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be Paul Smith and family cf Woo-
ster, Ohio are visiting the Milo Ih 14 ounce cans
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of Smiths LARGE BAKING HENS per 3Sc n.x-a

such publication. The Casey Dobbs family and I
the Berney Dobbs family were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Deodorant Dial Bath Bars

If in business under Arlie Dobbs. Super-Right "All Meat" Delicious for
you are engaged any name Bryant Hicks of Plant Cityis SOAP 2 25C

visiting his sister, Mrs. Mary'

other than your own, and have not had this name Reddish. 1 SKINLESS FRANKS lIb : 45c. FiB! reg 31 ..1


properly advertised and registered, we will be Termite Control Super-Right Assorted Cold Cuts Sliced 8 oz pkg TREETu ounce 43 can C 1)1)'II'

'glad to give you all necessary Information as to 0 Pest Household Control a Commercial LIVER CHEESE or SALAMI 29', Prices through in Saturday this ad, June effedive'8.

0 ,Grove Spraying

what you should do.BRADFORD.OUNTY. CaD FR. 6-6035 Swanson' T.V. Dinner "Just Heat'" N Eat"

.. TELEGRAPH Florida& Chemical Pest Control Co. CHICKEN TURKEY BEEF each 75 412 CaD Street

Starke, Florida
24 N. W.16th Are h

GainecTffie, Florida .. .I .. 1 ______ __,__ __


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-- a a S O I 'I Ruth Lane And Edward M. Rich Are MarriedIn ;E'ulldlng, Jacksonville 2. Florida,
NQncyBates Wins and file the original in the office of
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Ceremony At State Farm Club
I or before the 17th day of June,
II __.__ _. --, Teacher Grant 1957; otherwise the allegations of
I II iLcT said Coropaint will be taken as
confessed by you.

II I Id ......----___ I This notice shall be publishedonce
I each week for four consecutive
I -S -1 graph.eeks In the Bradford County Tele-

: Nice to see Dated this 14th day of May 1)57.
Gladys Mooty our college coterie 1 day evening with the pastor (OFFICIAL! SEAL)

I Plume 35 I coming in for the, summer vacation and wife the Donald Kokomoors, i- Charles A. Darby,
c and the town will be much hosts Clerk of the Circuit Court.
as ...
# _._._._._._._._._... games and By Marion I.. Crosby; Deputy Clerk
OQ m livelier for the next few ivi
months contests were 5/17 4t 6/?

./ ;::dRT'W:: : d. :Jeannette McLendonAnd .. Glen and Reddish, Dennis Mathews ... ,Mrs. Lloyd enjoyed Green after assistedthe supper NOTICE-TO APPEAR

Raymond Stefanelli ,
Kokomoors in entertaining. lm Circuit t nrt. Bradford County*
William W. Coley Charles Meister are home from Murray 'State Flip Graham observed his 9th! I Helen Florida Daniels.IB Ckaaeery.Plaintiff, vs. James

College and all working at Hum- birthday anniversary with, a H. Daniels Defendant..
I Tell Wedding phreys Highland plant for the small party Wednesday afternoon Case No.. 10-2130
summer .. Jimmy Reddish and .. Notice T AppearTo
Final plans have been announced Dot Sheppard and JoElla : James H. Daniels whose
Glenn Conner will also be on the Hardy were honor at residence and address is: 328 Miller
guests a
for the marriage of Miss Mary Avenue. Statesville North Carolina,
Humphreys payroll this summer
Jeannette McLendon and Charles birthday luncheon given by You are hereby notified that a

Lewis Meister at 8 p.m. on Satur- .... Linda Johns Jackie, Colley friends on Monday' .. suit for divorce and restorationof
maiden name
day, June 15, in the First Methodist and Agnes Lawson are home Muriel Gay's second grade k baa been filed against/on in the

Church of Orlando. Dr. E. J. from FSU .. Lu Green from clara enjoyed a swim-picnic at a4 '-r -- above named Court al! came ant

Pendergrass, pastor of the church Southern Sem at. .Beuna Vista, the Camp Blanding Officer you of are your required answer or to pleading servecopy tothe >

: will be the officiating minister, -- Va. .. Marcus Brown from the Club on Memorial Day .. Refreshments complaint AU tne Plaintiff

and the bride will 'be given in .t' _ _. .University of, Miami 'Medical and transportatior Yt F -' Attorney Building Lloyd Jacksonville Bass '2 210, Florida.Clark

marriage by her father, Dr. H. B. : College ... and Joanne Slade and were furnished by the room and file the original 4e office of

McLendon. Johnny Kopelouaw. from Emory' mothers .-. .Albert, Lee. Crosby t I t -- tSwS the before Clerk the of 17th the Circuit day of Court June on 1957 or;

Among the bride's attendants ... Adele Scholl, who graduatedfrom and Rev. Sherwood served as1 otherwise the allegations of said

: swill be her cousin, Miss Mary AJ11rzT'II : the U of F Monday, left life guards ... Orchids to Bill Complaint by you.will be taken a*.confessed -

I Agnes Matthews, of Starke. r Wednesday for Camp Yonablos- Jordan .and Barry Firth who .-- - s- S This notice shall be published cues

: 1- see Blowing Rock N. C., where collected $6.56 and down each week for four consecutive
I A reception will be held immediately ... up weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
following the ceremony at ; >.. Jt, \ c1f1 \ shell'be a counselor for the summer Cherry and Church streets during -1 graph.

the Rosalind Club in Orlando. I i : ; ... the recent cerebral palsy Dated this 10th day of May 1957.
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
The rehearsal dinner will be Lu and Mary Lou Hillendahl telethon .. Miss Nancy Lee Bates valedictorian Clerk of the Circuit Court

held June 14 in the Hibiscus Roomof \i and family are now happily at Vera Graudon's two children of the 1957 graduatingclass By Marian, L Crosby Deputy 6/17 4t Clerk C/7

the Eola Plaza with Mr. and home in their lovely new place who are in the northeast states of .Btadford High School,

:4 Mrs. E. L. Matthews, of Starke ; ", on the Raiford Road .. Twenty- called her Wednesday, night to has be n.awarded a $1,600 General -

and Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.' <' "" 1f'1 four members of the Hi-Y Club wish her a happy birthday .. Scholarship for the preparationof

Mrs. Dock Warren of Starke Meister of Bismark, N. D. as' ; ...'y are enjoying a three-day house Mary Ann is in Palmyra Pa., am? teachers -effective with the 6GAY'S

announces the engagement' hosts. party at Daytona Beach this Freddie is In Utica N. Y. vial? start of the first semester of the

approaching marriage of her Miss McLendon is the grand- week with Jerome Johns makingthe ing relatives for a month .. 1957-58 school year. This award .

daughter Sandra Jean Rowe to daughter of Mrs. E. Matthews I 4 trip with them for Dr. Houptthe They'll be home next week .. was made on the basis of her Home Appliances

William Wiley Coley son of Mrs. I of Starke. : I sponsor .. Elden Mathews Wonder if anyone ever told Fain standing in the recent competitive

Ethel Mathis of Starke.- on BHS bandmaster, and ,MargaretAnn Bateman that the Centennial'sover examination held in Starke. Sheis Your Friendly
July 3 at 8 p. m. in the homeof 4 Dinkins gave a small party .. Last time I saw him !ie the daughter of Mr. and. Mrs.
Mrs. R. L. Stone 601 S. West- ClassThe !1- for members of the band Wed- was still wearing his goatee .. H. O. Bates of the State Farm. Norge Dealer

moreland St. All friends and nesday afternoon in celebrationof Hear that Louie Lee Wainwright.formerly' ,
Phebean Sunday school S NQRGE APPLIANCES
relatives are invited. their (birthday anniversary, of the State Farm is
class of the Madison Street Bap- APPEAR
tist Church met Tuesday May which both fall on :May 29 now serving as acting Superintendent IB Florida Circuit Court. Bradford County 0 JIAYTAG WASHERS
Elden was also honored by the at the Avon Park Pris- Chancery.
F. F. Stumps Fete 28, at 8 p. m., in the home of James Isaac Melton Plaintiff vs.
Chancel Choir of the First Methodist on .. Goldie Ellen Melton. Defendant. S COLEMAX HEATERS and
Mrs. Nat Dankel with 14 members -
46th AnniversaryMr. and two visitors present.Mrs. The Community Club house at formed a deep V in the back Church, which he directs, Well tonight's' the night whena Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10-2192 FLOOR FURNACESWe

F. R. Danney clans presi- the State Farm was the setting with a bow placed at the bottom following choir practice Thurs- lot of eager young hangs will : Goldie Ellen Melton, whose

and Mrs. F. F. Stump cele- dent, opened the meeting with last Saturday afternoon at 4 of the V. Wide streamers of day night of last week ... Ice grasp a lot of beautiful white Lumberbrldge residence and North address Carolina.is: Route 1, Service All MakesOf

, trated their 46th wedding anniversary devotional which was followedby o'clock for the wedding of Ruth chiffon were fastened in the cream and cake were served, sheepskins (and I'm not talking You are hereby notified that a suit Appliances
at a family reunion Sun- and a birthday,gift presented to about the kind of skins with for divorce has been filed against
prayer led by Mrs. Mona Edwards Lane to Edward M. waist line at the back of the full you in the above named Court and '
day at the home of their son-in- him by the choir ; Phone 10
S Canova. Rich of Jacksonville. Officiatingat gathered skirt and continued to sheep inside of them) .. diplomas cause and you are required to serve
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jackie is this of course .. Commence- :a copy of your answer or pleading
Mrs. Christine Lawson was the ceremony vas Rev. W. the hemline. Her head piece was Colley working to the complaint on the Plaintiff's Starke, Florida

John W. Griffin in Ochlocknee, elected devotional chairman dur- S. McAliley, minister of the of tiny pink and white flowers rummer at the Florida Develop-, ment exerci52s will be held in 0 Attorney Alfred C. Scott, 301 Smith r__. 'JI,

Ga. ment Commission office Camp the BHS stadium (rain permit-
First Presbyterian Church of arranged on white net. She carried ?
business The
Also present were Miss Lillian ing the meeting. Starke. a white Bible and her bou- Blanding and Ann Hutchings is ting) and another class of grad-

Stump and Mr. and Mrs. WilliamH. class voted to contribute clothes of white orchids.Mr. a new member of the force atMitchell's uates will be launched into this NOW YOU CAN DRIVE A NEW
distribution The bride is the daughter of quet was
fcr to the
Thomson and family of Monti- needy as .. The Methodist best of all possible worlds ...
Rich had best Curtis -
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards of as man
cello. a clasa project for June. Starke and' the State Farm. G. Edwards, brother of the Youth Choir enjoyed a hamburger So long .. See you there .. 4CV
The meeting was closed with RENAULT
fry at the parsonage .last Thurs- Carolyn
bride. Uf. Francis
Mrs. ers were
i the of I
Mr. Ritch ia son .
by Refreshments
C. To
J. Johns Wed were served duringthe Pat T. Rich of Bainbridge, Ga. Warden and_ Landry Wentz. CARD OF THANKSI To: Jessie Lee Brock, whose
Tommy Warden served as ring residence is Marcus Hoop, Penn.
Evelyn PadgettRev. social hour by the hostess. and the late Mr. Rich. and whose address is c/o S. S.
and Janie Wentz as wish to thank all our friends $ -
([bearer $1395.00
Mrs. Curtis Edwards was ma- Otis Sun, Sun Oil Company, .
flowed: girl.ThlrtraditidDal'. for the many !beautiful flowers Hoop, Penn. -
and Mrs. C. F. Padgett of tron cf honor for her sisterinlaw I UPS ,
Wesleyan GuildThe wedding-marches and kind expressions of sympathy You are har.bY' notified that a S
Gainesville announce the engage- and wore a light blue dress'with suit for divorce care, custodyand No Trade Needed
ment and approachinmarriage and flared were played by Mrs. Lurlean during the loss of my mother.- support of minor children Long Terms!
Wesleyan Service Guild, fitted bodice Minott. Mrs. Sallie Crawford and family. has been filed against you In ChI
of their daughter Evelyn to J. C. Unit 2, met at the home of skirt. Her accessories were blue. r above named Court and cause and : 50 MILES PER GALLON4Door
Johns. The wedding will take The bride's mother chose for you are required to serve,a copy of
Mrs. Henry Godwin Tuesday eve- The bridesmaids Misses Penny CARD OF THANKSI your answer or pleading to the complaint -
place in the Gainesville, Baptist her daughter's wedding a beige
and Vicki on the Plaintiffs Attorney
ning for covered dish and Winnie Wentz
Church, Saturday night, June 8. a supper lace sheath" dress lined with wish to appreciationfor Alfred C. Scott' 301 Smith Piuld- -- Heater Automatic Choke Adjustable Seats
dresses express
with Mrs. Lola Garbettas Warden, wore waltz-length
Jacksonville 2. Floridaand
\ No invitations are being sent, > orchid paper-shell taffeta. beige taffeta. She wore a cor- the many acts of kindness, ing Safety Trim on Dash and Windshield Frame
co-hostesa. of file tie original In tne office of
tnt: all friend. of the families are, carried nosegays of white sage of pink carnations and her expressions of sympathy, and for the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Service and Parts Always Readily Available

,invited. Following the outdoor supper They accessories were of light and the beautiful flowers, during the before the 17th day of June 1957:
Mrs. R. S. Mullins, president carnations with pink and white otherwise the allegations, of said IMPORTED CAR CENTER Inc.
dark beige. illness and death of my father, D. Complaint will be taken as confessed ,
Dukovitch-Gatlin presided over a short business satin streamers.The Mrs. Rich ,the bridegroom'smother R. Shaffer, and brother Samuel by you. 1410 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla.,

meeting where programs were bride who was given in wore a navy crepe dress Merlin Shaffer.-Mrs. Gladys Wel-I This noUce shall be published. PHONE FLANDERS.9.1240ANNOUNCEMENT.
each week for four conl.cu.the .
chosea S
- Lester M. Gatlin, son of 'Mrs. planned for the coming year. marriage by her father, with light accessories, and her don. weeks in the Bradford County

Jeannette Stokes and Miss Ola Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. waltz length gown of sheerest corsage was of white carnations. Telegraph.
Dated this 14th day of May, 1957.
Mae Dukovich of Gainesville were W. L. Blair of Unit 1, guests at pink chiffon fashioned with a :Immediately after the CARD OF THANKSWe (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dartj

married in Folkston, Ga. on Friday the' meeting, gave a resume of fitted 'bodice and gold? threads ceremony Clerk of the Circuit Court
line a reception was held "in By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Cler
31. outlining the top. The neck wish to thank friends .0.
May the work of the Guild. the club's social our 5/17 4t 67In .
room. The bride's
a and relatives for their kindness, t
table was covered with
a pink -
sympathy, cards and beautiful
cloth and held the
flowers during our late bereave- the Circuit Court of Florida,
cake decorated in pink ment. Elma Sapp and Lang Eighth Judicial Circuit. la and DUE TO THE INCREASED
and white and topped with a For Bradford CODat,. .

., miniature bride and groom. The family. In Chancery. I COST OF MANUFACTURINGICE
.' Richard N. Wiggins, Plaintiff,
d.: < vs.
,.. pink and white color schemewas Ethel M. Wiggins, Defendant.
The Circuit Court Of FlorhlaEljt.tla
I rI also carried out in the Judicial Circuit IB And NOTICE TO DEFEND
To Ethel M.
: Wiggins, 104 Euclid
flower arrangements and other For Bradford Cewty. Avenue, Massapequa Long Island,
IN RE: Petition of Jack F. Siemer New York.

: appointments.Mrs.. Rich. graduated from for: NOTICE adoption'of Remer TO A. APPEARTo Minor Wetherlngton.Children I Richard You will N.please Wiggins take has notice filed that a EFFECTIVE I JUNE 1ST

Bradford High School. She is whose residence and address Is: Compaint against you seeking a
Unknown.You divorce In the Circuit Court of
presently employed by the Department Florida Eighth Judicial Circuit,
are hereby notified that a THE PRICE OF ICE
of Internal Revenue.Mr. petition has been filed in the above III and for Bradford County said
style court of Jack F. Siemer, for suit being styled as above.
Rich is a graduate of the the adoption of Peggy Marie Weth- You are hereby required to serve WILL INCREASE TO.

>-r(2i( University of Georgia where he etlngton, a minor and Martha El- your Answer or other pleading
len Wetherington a minor, by the to said Complaint upon J. C.
majored in
journalism. He served Adkins, Jr. Florida National Bank
petitioner, Jack F. Siemer, you
ar a first lieutenant in the Army are required to serve a copy of Building, Gainesville Florida, on $1.00 PER HUNDRED
,''. ; or before the 24th
.'. kAI and is now employed by Reming- your cause answer why said or petition objections should to show not 1957. day of June,

ton Rand, Inc. in Jacksonville. be granted, on petitioner's attorney, (OFFICIAL SEAL) .
.i address is, 209 Charles A. Darby
Following Lex Green, whose .
S a short wedding trip and Clerk. Circuit Court.
Temple Ave., Starke Florida
;4 / ,b; they will be at home to friendsat file the original in the office of J. C. Adkins. Jr., Florida National
Bank Bldg.. Gainesville, Florida
6313 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Shady Oak Drive, Jack- or before the 24 day of June 1957. Attorney for Plaintiff 5/17 4t 6/7
sonville. Herein fail not or a decree pro STARKE ICE COMPANY
w ...
;.: confesso will be entered against .
Attending the wedding from S NOTICE TO APPEAR

:. .. out of town were Mr. and Mrs. i' you.Witness my hand and seal of 'IB Circuit Co.rt. Bradford Connty,
Floridai fa
-- Chancery.
This i is your first great miles one. Lyle Kenny and daughters of said County.court Florida in this Starke 22 day Bradford of May, 'I Viola E. Collins, Plaintiff vs.
: !
: Green Cove Lloyd Collins
., Springs Mrs. R. 1957. Defendant :
S. Wasdin Mrs. Gladys Harrington (OFFICIAL SEAL) Case No. 10-2197
CHARLES A. DARBY as Clerk of N.tlee To AppearTo
Msi W. D. Faxon and Mike firsShYifment 'li7r
; said Circuit Court. : Lloyd Collins, whose residence ; ,
'- daughter. Donna. Mr. and Mrs. By Marian L. Crosby; Deputy Clerk. and address is: Unknown. togetthefiL..UPs
:1 T 5/24 4t 6/14 You are hereby notified that
_' .. Edgar Dukes MInI Bessie Dukes suit for divorce and restorationof a
Ed Mosley and Mr. and Mrs. E. NOTICE APPEAR maiden name

I S A. Edwards all of Starke; Mr. IB Circuit Florida|Conrt IB Ckaaecry.Bradford Covaty has been filed against yon It the

., t and Mrs. Harry Stripling Miss Dorothy W. Wilson Poovey Plaintiff above named Court and cause and
and you are required to
vs. Carl E. Poovey, Defendant. servo a
-- '1 Muriel Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Case No. 10-220) copy of your answer or pleading to

I ; Francis Warden and children, Notice T. AppearTo the complaint on the Plaintiffs
S ; Attorney Daniel A.. Japour 306
.- S Mr. and Mrs. Landry Wentz and : Carl E. Poovey. whose resI- Guaranty Life Building, Jacksonville -
: dence and address Is: Unknown.You .Florida.
... daughters Mrs. Mamie Gibson, '
are hereby notified that a suit and file the original In the office of
.- j : Mr. and :Mrs. Stuart Edward, for dlvoce I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
( Mrs. Louise Bell Robert Cooley has been filed against you In the before the 24th day of June, 1957;
> above njamed Court and cause and otherwise the allegations of said
% Mrs. Ora Bell Burrows Mrs. H. Complaint will be taken \
'- you are required to serve a copy as confessed -
'I' .
M. Redding and daughter, Vivian, of your answer or pleading te the by you. ,
-.. : :U Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Powers comp lnt on the Plaintiff's attorney This notice shall be published once -- ni___ ,-,- siUsma1iescenIedamondIOc '\",)
.,.:, Fred Butler 1109 Barnett Bank each week for foar consecutive iii LARGER! J
Mrs. Katherine Dekle, Mr. and Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida weeks In the Bradford Cooaty Tel- % ,1
Mrs. Leslie Storms and I,Mrs. and file the original In the officeof graph. S ..87 More BRILLIANT!.*.
: the Clerk of the Circuit Courton ,1t
Virginia Von Spreckelscn all of or before the Dated this 16th day of May 1957. CvMM M M | TnUif UMtMVM*Mt
.. (Official Seal
) Charles
$'".: Jacksonville 24 day of June, 1957; A. Darby ;
; Mrs. Pat Rich of of said Clerk of the Circuit Court. F
?! otherwise the allegations
:: ) 44 Bainbridge, Ga., and Mrs. Complblnt will be taken as con- By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk

rt l. Charles Reussow of Syracuse N. fessed by you. # 5/24 4t 6/14

Y. This notice shall be published
., t- once each week for four consecutive
... I weeks in the Bradford County Tele

Dinner Dance Held graph. la Clrcalt NOTICE TO APPKAR
Coart. Bractet
--- Dated this 21 day of May 1957. Florida la CU...".
For Staff (OFFICIAL SEAL) Alease Turner Plaintiff, va.'V1111e J'y J'\
Charles A. Darby. L.. Turner Defendant
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Case No. 10-21S2 ... '
The Officers' Club at Camp By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Notice to Appear ; :;. i b4e' S. r% I Ii
a J/21 4t lIlt To: Willie L. Turner whose resi I f J i
Blanding was the scene of a delightful dence and address is: Unknown. -
V dinner-dance on Wednes- NOTICE OP INTENTION: : You are hereby notified that a 4..4
: REGISTER FICTITIOVS NAMENotice suit for divorce, B;; (
day evening, May 29, given? by TO and control of minor care child, custody 1

Humphreys Gold Corporation for is hereby given that the has been filed against yon In the
; the staff "members of the Trail undersigned, under the provisionsof above named Court and cause and i
'S Chapter % ,'53. Laws of Florida, you are required to serve a copy Budge! Terms
'_)r Ridge and Highland plants.A Acts of 1941. will register with the of your answer or pleading to the
.4 ., Clerk of the Circuit Court in and complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Arrangtd
social hour at 6 o'clock featured for Bradford County. Florida, upon -

,,' marinated shrimp cheese receipt of proof of publicaUon of T. Frank Landrum P. O. Box
this notice the fictitious name of S46. Starke. Florida
dip and relish trays. Each female -
Colonial Florist under which I am and file the original In tbe office of
guest was given a beautiful engaged in business at 508 E. Nona the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

carnation as a souvenir.A St. or before the 17th day of June.
R. E. Mundorff. 639 E. Laura St., 1957; otherwise the allegations of
buffet style dinner served Sole owner. said Complaint will be taken as
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH shortly after seven o'clock consisted Dated this 17th day of May A, confessed by you.
D.. 1957 at Starke, Bradford County. This notice shall be published
of delicious roast beef with Florida. 5/17 4t 6/7 once each week for four consecutive STUDIO AMD GIFT SHOP
all the trimmings'that finished up weeks In the Bradford County
with, a strawberry tart. Ia Clremlt, C.mrt. Bracf r.,Cmtj Dated this 14th day of May. 1957.OFFICIAL ;if",.; "J.d' : 0, If
The 115 guests enjoyed dancing FUritfai IB Chuecrr. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby :
I I under the'stars on the patio overlooking Betty Lou Broek, Plaintiff YS. Clerk of the Circuit Coart
Jessie Lee Brock. Defendant. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
beautiful Kingsley Lake. Case No. 10-2191 5/17 4t ./1



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F1UDAY .JU7,. 1957
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U'.'.,.,.,_,_,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,. .r..__,.' : o'1UJ'-. Fl\7...:..:..
Hew Officers 01 Keystone Lions Name In which assessed George. that the property involved in said -
Griffin. suit is situate in Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) complaint on the Plaintitfs
All of said Florida Count Charles A. Darby Attorney T. Frank Lan ,
property being in and described m rand ,
I as
r : '
-. the County of PARCEL 2 Clerk Circuit Court 0. Box 548, Starke, Floru ,
., ..... r._ Bradford. State of ;
Florida. Starke Florida. 6/7 4t 6/28 in tile .
rI ;' North Half of Southeast Quarter file the original oitic *'
'S Unless such certificate or certificates of Northeast Quarter : the Clerk of the Circuit Coun fI,
shall be INTENTION 8 day of
redeemed according SEU of NWU of or before the Jill
Section 21, TO REGISTER
to law the FICTITIOUS NAME the allegation ,,'
I property described in Township 7 South, 1957; otherwise
Range 22 Notice is
such certificate or certificates will East; hereby given that the said Compaint will oe taken, a.

IN THE be the sold court to house the highest door on bidder the first at that the relief sought Is the partition of undersigned Chapter 20.953 under, Laws the of provisions Florida, confessed This notice by you.shall be publisher

I Monday in month of July, 1957, of said property and the es- Acts of 1941,-will register with the once each week for four consecutive
__ I. which is the 1st day of July, 1957. tablishment and satisfaction of Clerk of the Circuit Court in and weeks in the Bradford County Telegrach. -
-- _.... -.-.._...e.uMr .....-..-..... ;. Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957. certain equitable liens between the for Bradford County, Florida upon .
Charles A. Darby parties: and you are summoned receipt of proof of publication of Dated this 4 day of June. 195T.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hedgecockand and Mrs. Albert Lee Cros- Clerk of Circuit Court of S Brad. ordered and required to file your this notice, the fictitious name of (OFFICIAL SEAL)
S ford written Answer or defenses to B & C Hereford Ranch under
the which
family &f High Point, N. C. by Jr. and family plan to spend. :l I -:' County, Florida.5/31 4t 6/21 Amended Complaint as to said we are engaged in business at RL Charles Clerk A. Darby of the Circuit Court.

moved into the Carlisle house at the weekend with her parents, S S Parcel 2 in said cause in the office 1. Box 122. Starke, Florida. ; By Miriam L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
undersigned Clerk One Half I
703; W. Call St. on Wednesdaywhile Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Townsend Court in Starke, Florida of on said or Bass, Jr., Rt.interest 1, Box each 112,-Starke J. O.I 6/7 4t JTT??

Mrs. Carlisle has moved in Atlanta. d 'OTICE OP APPLICATION before the 26th day of June 19S7. Florida and W. Harry Crouse Rt.
and to serve a 1, Pox 112
copy thereof on Fla. _
Into ,her cottage on the same Wanda Wall and Al Yancey _, S -noise FOR; Bill TAX X.DEED Hollis V. Knight plaintiffs at- Dated this 31st day of May. A.D.

property. Mr. Hedgecock is sew- were Sunday guests of Vickie A! NOTICE IS HEREBY 1S 2 GIVEN, torney Florida whose address is Starke, 1957 at Statke, Bradford County, NOTICEWill
on or before Florida.
ing room foreman at Big Dad and Larry Devrick at Bedford the that following Ann Bissell, the holder of required by the Laws of said Florida date 6/7 4t /28

Mfg. Cd. Lake. Vickie also, had as over- : ': said certificates certificates for a' had tax filed deed L and Procedure the ;Florida If fail Rules of Civil NOTICE-TO APM.tft! Pay Top Cash Dollar

Mrs. Elva Stewart and Miss night, guest Saturday Cookie :j *: ; : to be numbers_ Issued and thereon years The of issuance,certificate decree pro confesso you will to be so entered do a Is Florida Circuit IB Court.Chaaeery.Bradford Coumty.- for Investment Property,

Doris Stewart had as weekend Mathewa 'S:. : the description of the property, against in the complaint.you for the relief demanded Francis J. Asip, Jr. Plaintiff, vs. Farms, or Acreage Any
guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stewart -, and the names In. which it was Carol M. Asip Defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chitty assessed are as follows: IT IS HEREBY, ORDERED that Case No. 10-2219 where in Florida.
b-' -
and son, Mike, of West and son visited Mr. and Mrs. :' Certificate No. '70. this order" and notice. shall be pub X.eftl'tlTe A.earl
Palm Beach James T. Stewartof rear of Issuance 1955. lished once each week for four To: Carol M. Asip, whose residence Write Today Giving Price
M. F. Chitty in Lakeland, Ga. Description of Property: S% of consecutive weeks in Bradford and- address is: 81 Intervale ,
the Grand Bahamas Islands on_Sunday. NEW OFFICERS of the Lions Club of Keystone EV of SW% of NW* Sec 2S County published Telegraph a newspaper I Street. Rockville Centre, New York Location and Type of
and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Koller Heights were in- TSSR33EName in Bradford County Florida New York. I
David Cowen last Thurs- stalled at a special Ladies and having a general circulation Property to
spent Night
banquet In -
and sons of Gainesville. meeting at Keystone Air- WhICh assessed Mae B. in said County. You are hereby notified that a trait
and with his uncle Speed, AgL for divorce custody and controlof
Jack- day Friday park Monday night, May 27. Pictured are ((1st row, 1-r) John said WITNESS my hand as Clerk -or P. 0. BOX 4424 <
Mrs. Alice Tnomas of and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Camp, thfUff.f. property i iJ>S in L said Circuit Court of minor children and ratification .
Wayne treasurer; State Secretary Tom,Kirkham of Bradford, State of I Bradford of separation agreementhas
week who
sonville: is spending this served as Installing Florida.! Florida. and the seal of Federal AnnexATLANTA
Douglas, in Jacksonville.Mr. said Court at been filed against you in the
with Mrs, Nita Dyal. and Mrs. Samuel Renfroeof officer; Bud Anthony, president. Standing (1-r): JCorbett>> Terrell, Unless such certificate or certificates County Florida this Starke 17th Bradford day of above named Court and cause and 2, GA.
shall be redeemed : you are required to serve a copy of
according May
Uon 1957.CIRCUIT.
Mrs. J. M. Edwards and daugh- Nashville Tenn. were visitingMr. tamer; Eddie Bleha, secretary; Roy Browning, director; Elbert to law the property described In I ( COURT SEAL") your answer. or pleading to the

ters spent the weekend with Mr. Altman, director; and Tony Reeves, tail twister. such certificate or certificates will I Charles A. Darby -- -
and Mrs. 1... 1... Renfroe and II I be sold to the highest bidder
and Mrs. J. M. High in Jack- I, the at Clerk of the Circuit Court of: S".
"here court house door on thA fll'd A Case
other relativea last week. : Bradford County Florida rx Record From A
sonville. Guy 'Sale is attending short Col. and Mrs. Echols Ball of Monday in month ofJul 1957:, Hollis V. Knight S

Mrs. Alvin Howard. left last Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews course on sanitation at the U. Fort Polk, La. were Wednesday which Dated is this the 23rd 1st day day of of.July 1ay,.' 1957.1957. Attorney for Plaintiff Chiropractors FileS
and daughter, Nancy, are on a. of F. this week. Charles A. 524>> 4t 614
Cornwall afternoon visitors '"
Friday for St. Ives Md.i of Col. and -- --S IL.0. Bolllnger
ten day trip to Baltimore, Clerk -
England for two months' visit Billy Miles of Chipley and Miss Mrs. T. T. Long. ford of Circuit Court of Brad '
County ,: Case'
and Washington, D. C. Florida 0 No. B812
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Brewer of Graceville Mrs. Charles Devlin was calledto 5/31 4t 6/21
Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith, the weekend NOTICE ? -'p A truck driver 24 yrs. old was unload
T. Hodges and family.Mr. :Mr. and Bangour Oregon last Thursday I Notice Is hereby given that
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and Mrs. E. F. Miles. .the 17tb day of Jane A.D., ing a crate from truck. A
and Mrs. I. D. Wells of by the illness of her mother. 12:00 o'clock 1957 at a severe pain
Mrs. Joe Wilson attended the NOTICE noon the undersigned .
OP *
Atlanta were Saturday visitors funeral Monday afternoon of Mrs. ,W. B. Mundy and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bobby B. Morris FOR TAX APPLICATION DEED ford Clerk of the Circuit Court, of Brad ; ,. struck in the lower part of the back which

of Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Trig Thordoson in St. Augus- Jean, attended the weddingof of Lawtey have rented the NOTICE Home IS Bill HEREBY No. 1SG GIVEN cash, County to the highest Florida,and will best sell bid-for
and family. Miss Vivian Bagley in Ocalaon new McKinney house on N. Water that Ann Bissell, the holder of der vehicle the: following described motor He could not be entirely free of pain in any position he assum

I tine.Jane Sunday. the following certificates had filed L
Guy of Gainesville is street. said certificates for a tax deed I 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport ed. The patient had suffered for some months ,previously with

l visiting her grandmother Mrs. Mrs. H. :M. Hatcher Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sundem-of to be issued thereon. .The 'certificate Coupe Serial,; No.-Motor C54A-057222.So. 0899384F54Z. sinus headaches. Three r Chiropractic adjustments were given
children leave for At- numbers and years of issuance,, said
Saturday Old sale
A. Z. Adkina. Greenwich, Conn: are visiting the' description of the property,, to be conducted Immediately this patient and the back'condition entirely corrected. The
lanta to spend a week with her Mr. and Mrs. Bill McRae and the names in which it was west of the Bradford County
GET SET for vacation Jail and
FLORIDA your assessed will be held in patient also reported relief from the
are as follows headaches and
mother Mrs. Sarah Barton. : with a general
and Mr.
with a Movie Camera from Bull- and James Drew Certificate No. 38. Chapter 562. Florida Statutes
ington's. For sale or rent. (tf) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crosby and for two weeks. Year of Issuance 1955. of This 1955.the 3rd" day" of S feeling of well being which he had not enjoyed for many months.For .
Description of Property: N% of r June A. D..
at St. Mrs. J. T. Lawson and 1957.
family were
Augustine daughter
Mrs. R. L. Lawson and children Foil Desc
property S 153% ft I sCharles S further information contact the
are leaving this week for Beach on Sunday. Patty Mrs. T. B. HardingSr. ofSE4! otBIk6SofR4Wa: Clerk of A. Darby,
THEATRE Fracs S of Blk 6 S of R 4 W the Circuit Court,
PineviHe Ky. to join Mr. Law- Mrs. F. M. Collins and Miss and Miss Pauline Gay went being 2 A in SW Cor of NE% Bradford County Florida. DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES

son and to spend the summer. Elsie Hall of Gainesville were to Valdosta Ga. Tuesday eve- of SW 4 in Temples S/D. Sec. 6/7 2t 6/14

Mrs. H. H. Adams and children Sunday visitors of Mr. and Msr. ning to see their son and daughter Name 21, T.in 6 S R 22 E NOTICE OF TAX-EQUALIZATION 728 E. University Ave. 426 N. Walnut St.

SATURDAY JUNE 8 S.Sgt. and Mrs. T. B. Hard- whicn assessed F. D. The Board of County Commissioners "
left Wednesday for a week'svisit Douglas Hardy. Reddish. & of Bradford Gainesville -
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE with her parents Mr. and Gus Wynn underwent surgery ing Jr., and their new baby All of said property being in will meet at the County Court House Florida Phone 63238Starke Phone 108
I the County. of Bradford, State of in the Clerk's
.- Mrs. J. H. Mosley in Memphis, last Thursday in the Bradford daughter.Mr. Florida. the 1st day of July Office, on Monday
GUNGIRL. .. and Mra C. L. Scholl and Unless such certificate a Board A.D. 1957 as
.. Tenn. County Hospital and is getting or certi of Equalizers for
IUnlom.d the
r- ficates shall be redeemed according .pose of hearing pur- \New Way to Wave !
daughters attended the gradua- complaints
t I Unashamed IDubibuted l Mr. and Mr .. Dick Williams along nicely. to law the property described in'; testimony as to the and receiving .
I value
and son, Richie, of Tampa and I Mrs. J. E. Hardy and children tion exercises of another daughter such certificate or Certificates will !of any property real or personal
i Adele from the U. of F. be sold to the highest bidder at [I or mixed as fixed by the
and As-
Mrs. Betty May daughter, visited her mother Mrs. the court house door on the first sessor for. the
j IcuTLAiUEEg Melody of Hampton were Sat 0.V.. Barry, in Brooker on Monday morning. They were accompanied Monday in month of July 1957 )the owner or agent year of 1957 such against '
which is the 1st day of 1957. erty. prop- '
by their weekend July Simplified
dinner of /
urday evening guests Sunday.Mrs. : Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957.' ) II. A. BISHOP, JR.,' ,
Mr. and' Mrs. Robert Barksdale. Mable Brogna of Charleston house guest Edwin Quimby of Charles A. Darby, J Chairman of Board of No --S .'...;., .. ___
MesS51 ;
Q'( 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance S. C. is spending this week Suffolk Va. ford Clerk County of Circuit Florida Court of Brad Commissioners of Bradford wrw '
and Babs were in I with her Mrs. L. S. Hut- Mrs. W. H. Nollman of the ATTEST Florida. L No
........ daughter sister 5/31 4t 6/21 (Official Seal) G.uessJjfl'iijjfI } .
IlAUY NNf" 10Uif j!4JAMES / Waycross, Ga. on Monday to at to and family.Mr. Starke Woman's Club is a dele In the Circuit Court of the Eighth t Charles Clerk A.and Darby 5. ( :

KING CLARKE tend the graduation of the and Mrs. Brad Locke of gate to the 66th annual conven Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and Auditor. i > 1 ,

--I---_ -__ Ls.r.t{( Lance's granddaughter Rita L I ICarswell. Jacksonville spent Tuesday night tion of the General Federation ofWomen's For Bradford CoantyiIn It I Wave and \1 j t t .[1J
b r GLOBE REUASIMG. J Chancery Im The Circuit J A ; _
TJntI Court. J
from Waycross High L with Mrs. Locke's mother Mrs. Clubs in Asheville N. Ethel Holmes Plaintiff, vs. Lee Judicial Circuit Of Florida Eighth / .:neutralize t., -

AND School. The Lances have renteda Shellie Hall. C. this week. Roy Kalch, Jr.:, et al. Defendants. And For Bradford County. IB I h .<, '.
}1r., and Order 01 Publication and In Chaaeery. rig _t from theSpecial I' %
Mrs. Lester :
cottage at Fernandina Beach Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gainesville Crews Notice To Defend : .,: _

(isAtKsMNATICAS S"J from June 9 to 15. spent the weekend with attended the funeral of an aunt, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Percy C. Jackson, Plaintiff No. 10-2213, vs. J A o appli"orl! j 1 <:" #.,,1_ I
) .
[Jlfra. W. H. Mitchell in Lakeland Helen Bennett and Eugene A. Ben 'Juanita F. Jackson, Defendant. <. <
of t"
Je!. e Smith, an employee Mra Seeber Good-
her daughter, To: Juanita ._
nett of South F.
Bend Indiana whose Jackson, 3 Montana i introductory offer! :
[ the U. S. Navy Green Cove man, and family.Mr. on Wednesday. : residence is otherwise unknown; Ave., Dayton; Ohio. '.. ...
t a Mr. and Mrs. David : Juanita Hankins and You are hereby If *n *,< \
Paton of Michael notified
attended the American and that
Green a
Springs and Mrs. L. D.
I &LUS1 J Newark N. J. have rented kins. of Lansing. Michigan, HanS. suit for divorce has been filed 11 Value'! :.. New Way Toni.! ..ptus 1 f
S Water Assn. short course at Mrs. Irene Johns were in Tampa an residence is otherwise _unknown against. you in the above entitled

,! S the U. of F. last week. While and St. Petersburg over the week- apartment at 514 S. Epperson Lea Kalch- McFeeters and R. 1":. to cause' file; and you are hereby required c f\ M,Value...Double-Easy! Applicator (
McFeeters, whose residence is your Answer with
: \\1: : there Mr. and Mrs. Smith attended end visiting friends. St.MAIL Grafton, Virginia; Karl H. Zeig- Clerk of this Court, and to serve the a l{3 Value'...now onfy$ 29 4
the barbecue supper Monday Mrs. Lucile Davis spent Thurs- AWAY the complete ler, whose residence is Cypress copy thereof upon Plaintiff's Attorney 4 r'J$ w*
Centennial three Creek Severna Park, Md.; JosephC. Samuel V. Holch, 409-A
evening and a banquet on day to Monday with Mr. and Zelgler- whose residence .is Main Street Daytona Beach, Flor
Wednesday Gaines- Issues of The Telegraph (includIng Cypress Creek. Severna Park I ida, not later than first '
a evening. Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. in day .of
48-page historical edition) Maryland and if married his un July 1957. If you fail to do 80, a
Rev. Koko-
and Mrs. Donald known wife; Karl H. Zeigler Jr., lecree pro confesso will be entered KOCH
moor and children are guestsof ville.Mr.. and Mrs. J. A. Sargentand wrapped together In special Centennial whose residence Is Severna Park, igainst you for the relief demandid DRUG STORE
: wrapper and mailed to Maryland and whose mailing ad e in the Bill of Complaint.
Rev. and Mrs. Porter Zimmerman
: Mr. and Mrs. Dennia Childs friends and dress is P. O. Box 303 Severn Witness my hand and seal of
in Ozona this week while and son cf West Point Ga., and relatives anywhereIn .Park Maryland, and if married his s said Court this 29 day of ,May Starke Florida
USA for only 50 cents. Bringus unknown wife; Evelyn Panne- 1 957.: ,
Rev. Kokomoor attended the Duncan of _
Mr. and Mrs. K. T.
packer individually and domiciliary
I. list. We do the
Florida annual conference of Decatur Ga. were Tuesday visit- your administratrix of''the estate

1 Methodist Churches in Lakeland ors of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan rest.Mr. of, Cleon Pannepacker, deceased = --
whose residence is 204 I
I .. I and Mrs. Edward Ensorof -
r Wd' "''- from Wednesday to Sunday.Mr. while enroute to Daytona Beach Washington Avenue; Newtown ,,
CIMI sMtptiiiia,..... Jacksonville spent the week- Cleon 1. ,
ennsylvania Pannepacker:
.I and Mrs. Waldo Pringleand Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman]
end with her mother Mrs. Ber- Jr.. David Pannepacker and -Anna;
son of Auburndale were and son of Independence, Kas.,, Bush, the residence of each of Take Care of DAD
f weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. former Starke residents. arrived tha Pearce. whom is unknown; and all unknown -
., Mrs. Drew Reddish and ..son persons claiming any Interest -
PORTRIQUE P. S. Crews. John B. Rivers of Monday to stay at the Bence In the hereinafter described

Gainesville was also their week- cottage at Kingsley Lake for Stan, spent Thursday night with property as the heirs grantees creditors -
I her mother Mrs. W. H. Edwards, or other claimants by,
/ end, guest. r veral days. through, under or againt the following -
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Witt Lester Crews wa called tc, in Jackr.:>nville. known persons who are This FATHER'S
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Siefferman dead, to-wit: William Kalchreuter. Day
and sonn of Columbiana, Ohio are the illnessof
Venus last Friday by also known as William Kalch. deceased -
.....101 or n spending two weeks with Mr. his father, Thomas Crews. of Gainesville spent the first of ; Lee Roy Kalch also knownas ,
''d the week with Mr. and Mrs. Mer- Roy Kalch deceased; differ
r..uND1'I and Mrs. M. L. Johns Sr.
who returned here with his son Kalch. deceased: Letitla Panne-
ritt Williams while enroute to
...... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabb Jr. and entered the Bradford County packer deceased; Vera Panne- GIVE

PIER PHIL attended the state convention of Hospital.Mr. St.Mr.Petersburg and Mrs.for Olin the White summer.Jr. Pannepacker.packer Zeigler. deceased, deceased; ; Cleon HIM SOMETHING THAT WILL MAKE

the Florida Association of Insurance and Mrs. W. M. Edwards You are hereby notified that a
AHGELI- CAREY in Miami Beach i and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Savage suit has been Instituted agaInst EVERY
week DAY
in Valdor.ta. Ga. this HIS
are ou in the above named Court and DAY FROM NOW
gave a going away family ON
last week.
DENNIS PRICE visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon wherein Ethel Holmes Is
per Tuesday evening for Mrs. plaintiff and and ,
Mrs. E. S. Matthews will return you each of you,
and other relatives. Floyd Boone and family and and also, Lee Roy Kalch, Jr., EC
-,1.-- TK8WC8UHU today to the home of her Jamie Worley of Chattanooga, E. Wasdin, Lester Kalch Ruth

son-in-law and daughter Dr. Tenn. spent the weekend with Mrs.to Jackson B. F. Tenn.Boone who Wednesday returned B.Kalch McFeeters, Leah Kalch Marguerite McFeeters Kalch R. We Have In Stock For
on Immediate
-\ .IuwII tczLEJANLt WY1U and Mra H. B. McLendon in Mr. and Mrs. Claude. Crowson. Wollard, Samuel S. Wollard, Jr., Delivery A Large
'\ "'- ..DIIIU1.,*!mi tma..m..PmVlI&Jt aswi Orlando after spending several Frank Mitchell of Lakelandand to join their husband and son, and Pearl Kalch, are defendants}
Floyd Boone, and to make their i ,
weeks with her son and daugh- Oakland. Calif. was visitinghis
home there. Assortment
PLUS ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.- E. L. cousin. Mrs. Lester Crews, Of
Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. George Kope- _

"Little Quacker" Cartoon and I MAIL AWAY the completesentennIal last Mrev Thursday.Aggie Jones of Callahanis lousos are in Atlanta to attend

Chapter No. S "Congo : story three big this week with her the graduation of their son, 'PARK
But"i Issues of The Including John, from Emory University on FAMOUS I
i Telegraph ( son. Tyler Jones, and family. Thursday evening.Mrs. F STARKE FLA. STRATOLOUNGERReclining
48-page historical edition
SUN., MON., Mrs. W. D. Faxon underwent a Hogan Smith, Mrs. Jim-
June 9, 10, 11 wrapped together In special Centennial minor operation in the Jacksonville
Rowe and Mrs. Dave Paulk
wrapper and mailed to Naval Air Station hospitalon my SUN., MON., TUES. _

;- friends and relatives anywhereIn and daughter Sylvia were in June 9, 10, 11 _
Shipwrecked on a desert Tuesday. ..
Ocala where
Wednesday evening ,
I USA for only 50 cents. Bringus DOUBLE FEATUREWalt
i Island with TWO MEN I Miss Sandra Jones is homefrom
your mailing list., We do the Sylvia sang at the Shriners Disney's.
M-C-M prarauP Brenau College. CHAIRS I
AVA O' Mrs. J. D. Hooks and daughters Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr.S Song Of The South _

GARDNERSTEWART are spending several days I and daughter Susan are in Atlanta IN TECHNICOLOR I r 4 S ".

.t$ this week with Mr. and Mrs. to attend the graduation Wife Ruth Warrick and Bobby AND .1 '

I Lester Crews. of Tom Siade Jr. from Southern L Driscofl S '',,?"---

GRANGER S ___ "IT'S A FACT Mrs. Grace Perkins and Mrs Tech on Saturday morning. Mr. AND 'i.' I

Don Robbins and son, Eddie, of .vI" ::
and Mrs. Slade Jr. and children BERKLINERELAXERS $
\ DAVID .". Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. and Miss Joanne Slade a student Storm Over The Nile f

NIVEN mW7A11I1OTMATUULLV W. B. Mundy on Wednesday of at Emory University will returnto ; CinemaScope Technicolor ,

ia ThE last week. Starke with the senior Slades With Laurence Harvey Anthony

Lucian Thomas and ron, Tommy on Sunday. The junior Slades I % Steel
"ST SITTER will be weekend Plus Cartoon
THAN WOMf/ of Fort Myers spend a week with the Slades at for Kids Kids,

--" guests of Herb Thomas and the lake before moving to Jack: Don't Miss "Song Of The South'

Plus "Nearly Weds" Cartoon family. sonville. Priced From
Mrs. C. D. Williams is attending WED. THURS.
Tom Long was Baconton. ,
the annual Methodist Church I June' 12 13 _
Ga. from Tuesday to Thursday ,
WED.. THUR., FRI. from I
: conference in DOUBLE FEATURE
visiting aunt Mrs. J. W.
JUNE 12, 13, 14 Wednesday to Sunday. I Jackson, and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Bell and I Barefoot BattalionAND 69.95 :

SET1I iIIOUT000& visitors _
sons of Mayo were Sunday .
Wfl THE RIGHT POINT for the .
of Mr. and Mra. Hairy Massacre
Mull wo liams. way you write. Come in and select -'

Eddie Thomas of Crescent; your favorite ESTERBROOK' With Dane Clark and James f

( visiting his cousin Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH CraIg

GUY MADISONFELICIA fAM rication BEWARE'Sen of ice.inferior It Lub-can City Steve Denmark over the week Plus Color Cartoon. GIVE HIM SOMETHING THAT WILL BE EX-

( : KATHRYN GRAM jump up operating costs end.The Dave Durdan home onKingsley L SOTICE FOR OP TAX APfLICATIOX DEED FRI., SAT. JUNE 14. 15
and ruin your cars in Lake was the scene of HB* Bill X.. 1863 DOUBLE FEATURE HIS THIS YEAR
ways. See us for the finest a family picnic 75th birth that Ann Bissell. the holder of Rock Around The
the occasion the following certificates had filed
m. in service and quality anniversary of Mrs. Millie said certificates for a tax deed Clock
products. day members of r to be issued thereon. The certificate A Fact You Can Do Better

I"A I Fogg. Twenty-five numbers and years of issuance, With Bill Haley and His Comets At"&Z
I TtCMKOUr the family enjoyed the affair. the description of the property AND
of r and the names in which it was
Mr. and Mra XL Royal assessed -iJi

flLLEYfSINCLAIR Lakeland were visiting Mrs. Certificate areas No. follows it. ; Three Violent PeopleIN Denmark

Night At The Movies" Novelty Shellie HaIl on Tuesday. Tear of Issuance 19S5. TECHNICOLOR Furniture Co. of Starke

Plus "Cheese It The rat," Car STATION Description of Property: Bee at ,
toon. :Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyesand SW Corot; NW-v0f SWW & With Chariton Beaton Ann Baxter .

TEMPLE At children of Jacksonville were run E along U see line 560 ft: and Gilbert Roland
for POD N 200 ft E 60 ft S 434 W. Call St.
visiting Mr. and }frs. J. S. Sapp 200 ft to % sec line W along ,Plus Serial Chap. 7, and Gutoott FREE DELIVERY Phone151

and family on Wednesday., J4 >ee 1IneOttto POe: .
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a date ped for,
the installation service by a visit with Mr. and
: KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS the former chairman :Mrs. C1. which will be announced later. Mrs. Doss Higginbotham Sunday I .
MAXVILLE Mrs. Avery Slade and
H. Haberstroh. evening after enjoying an
and Mrs. Nancy McKay were at PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
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Daily Vacation Church School last Friday.We Higginbothamand
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Off To U .of F Graduates Board of Directors were: Mrs. on Monday, June 10. In charge Mrs. Archie Smith and daughter that Rudy Higginbotham is able agara Palls, N. Y. to spend the
Keystone Heights was well John Karges for three years, will be Mrs. Bill Wolf servingas and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson to be up and about again. summer with Mr. Higginbotham,
represented at Commencement Mrs. Sara McDonald for two Principal; Mrs. W. B. !of who is employed there. They LOW COST LIABILITY
Belote, :. Jacksonville were guests of The Senior Class of the Bald- plan to INSURANCE
ceremonies Monday morning in years, Mrs.J. H. Tulli., remainson Secretary; Mrs. A. G. Laudon in Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Nolan last win High School enjoyed a trip fore visit parts of Canada be- .
the Florida Gymnasium. Paul the Board to complete her charge of refreshments. A "Prep Thursday.Mrs. to Miami and Havana, Cuba last they return.
Lloyd Bird received the degreeof term. Mrs. Dawson spoke on the aration Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinsonwere
Day" will be
on Cole week. Three Maxville students, No
BSA, and was elected to the Combs Jr. will holda business visitors Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
work .of the club for the year Friday, June 7, for setting up piano recital for her Ray Harris .Ray Burnsed, and in Jack-
honorary scholastic fraternity, and welcomed new members to the school. the pupilsat Marie Bell, enjoyed this trip sonville on Friday and Saturdayand
Pi Kappa Phi. Miss Ann Caro- the Board. The Neeley Pearce (Day) Circle Sanderson school house with their classmates.Mr. also visited their son and

line Vance, received Scheerer the degreeof Clark. Refreshments were served on and the WMU met jointly .The Friday public night is June cordially 7. at 8 o'clock.invitedto and Mrs. Buford Higgin- Earl daughter-in-law Wilkinson., Mr. and Mrs. DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
BAE Lucille
) ;
the lai.n. Mrs. J. A. Williamswas on Tuesday, June 4, at 10:30 a. attend. Several Maxville chil- botham, and :Mr. and Mrs.'' E. D. 136 W. Call Street
Mrs Francis Clark), BAE, grad- chairman and assisted! m.. in the Church. The meetingwas dren :trim Morris Bell and Mr. and phone 285HUGE
was will take part. Higginbotham enjoyed supper .
uated with honors and was Mrs. Drew Wilkinson
by Mrs. H. J. Boatwright. followed by a covered dish with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehlsand visited
scholastic Mr. and Mrs. Dan
elected to the honorary luncheon at noon., Parrish with relatives in Macclcnny and
Community Church Women and Mr. and :Mrs Leslie daughter in Jacksonville
fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi. Mrs. Rotary Scouts Baseball GameIn ; Sweat Sanderson Sunday.
Clark will teach next year in The following officers of the and family attended re-union Saturday night and also visited
spite of the efforts. of the Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastingsand
Mrs. Charles
School for the family of Joe Mr! and Starling.
the Charles E. Bennett Women of the Community Church umpire, Ray Chance, the Ro- Parrish at We are to learn that Mrs. W., A. Cannon of Pa-
at Green Cove Springs. Congratulations were installed at the morning tarians came out the winnersby the Parrish Cemetery last Satur- sorry is latka were guests' last Tuesdayof
Mrs. Henry Carter sufferingfrom
to these graduates Worship Service on Sunday, a score of 15-14. Manager day.We and infected foot and wish Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and '"
their fine achievement June 2, by the pastor, Rev. J. Reid of the Rotarians served as are glad to report that family. 1t ':..: i-i
a speedy recovery.
.Woman's Club Russell Young: Mrs.' Sara Mc- 'catcher; Dr. Christoffers playedat Mrs. Waver Griffis has returned ;.'>"<,:". .,,;:a _
The Woman's ClUb or Keystone Donald, president; Mrs. Myron first base; Gay Livingston, from Bradford County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham YYYYTYY.T.YYYYYY YYTYYYY '.;;.....,....,"', to 391' 1
Heights enjoyed a garden partyat Prevatt first vice-president; Mrs.J. 2nd; Marty Martin, short stop; where she was a patient last announce the arrival of a :@t: ",
the lakeside home of Mrs. Russell Young, second vice- Huntley Redfearn 3rd; right week and is getting along nicely. daughter on Sunday, June 2, RISINGBy .k"

Sara McDonald on Tuesday afternoon president; Mrs. Raymond starnes, field, Col. Fisher;. center field, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and at Bradford County Hospital.Bob $.);':::1.*:t.:,i,
May 28. A highlight of secretary; Mrs. H. I. Stevens, Roy Tyre; left field, Herb Nel- family, Mrs. Hattie Nolan, Mr. McClung, former Maxville :';s:":';,.@; "
the affair was the awarding of treasurer; Miss Cleva Carson, son; pitcher, Norman Thompson.Score and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and fami- resident, underwent a serious op Mrs Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtm t:

Life Membership to three mem- Spiritual Life committee; Mrs.J. was kept by Russell Young. ly, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- eration last Friday in a Parkers- >4'Mrs. .:f ,
:;t :t
bers who have belonged to the R. Cook, Hospitality; Mrs. For the hard hitting Scouts botham, and Mr. and Mrs. C. burg, W. V(;. hospital. He is the ; 11 JL& % r
club for over 25 years Mrs. Mc- Axel Malgren Sunshine; Mrs. Gary Chance and Terrill pitched; B. Nolan and family joined Mr. son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Roberta Lame of Tampa

Donald presented corsages and Nettie Young, Membership; Mrs. Bobby Morgan, catcher; Bruce and Mrs. Bob Nolan and 'son, Henry Carter of Maxville.Mr. visited last Mr. and. Mrs. E. C. Lewis

certificates to Mrs. F. M. Wal- I Bert Christoffers Sr., Visitation; Prevatt, 1st bass; Bobby Red- Robert and Dauglaa Prevatt of I and Mrs. Abey LaPrell Sunday.Mr. I

rath Sr., Mrs. Ella Bird and Mrs. John Himble, Finance; Mrs.R. fearn, 2nd; Bubba Moody, 3rd. Seville at Strickland's Landing announce the arrival of a son on and Mrs. T. W. Loylessand
Mrs. D. O. Stewart. A. Gaunt Kitchen Maintenance. An all-round good game. Sunday for a picnic outing. Monday, May 27. Mrs. LaPrell Odis Manning of Jacksonvillewere : ,

Mrs. Charles T. Smith installed Circle Leaders: No. 1, Mrs. Youth Dies In Mishap The Maxville School PTA will will be remembered as Miss Sunday visitors of Mr. and :tit1i1i ..

as officers the following: Mrs. H. J. Boatwright; No.2, Mrs. Morris L. Payton, 10yearoldson sponsor a picnic' supper at the Charlene Padgett. Mrs. Jack Underhill and. Mrs. .., \r,
W B. Dawson, president; Mrs. David Nelson; Circle No.3, of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pay- school Friday night, June 7, for Miss Merle Higginbotham !s Della Manning. <;
E. F. Aiken, vice-president; Mrs. Mrs. John Karges; Circle No.4, ton, was hanged accidentally on the Maxville students and their enjoying a vacation this week at '' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman
Jack Crosby, treasurer; Mra J. Mrs W. J. Grolick; Rebecca Cir Friday, May 31, while playing in families in celebration of the the home of her a'ster and 'c.f Lady Lake were weekend I
R. Cook, recorjing secretary; and cle, Mrs. R. N. Sunderland. a garage behind his home. closing of the school term., The brother-in-law,. Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr and Mrs. Gordon ll 1111
Mrs.. J. F. Grayson, corresponding Leader for the Nightengale Circle Jones and Mr. and Mra. Thurman
Clay County Sheriff J. P. Hall social will begin promptly at : Lyle Schmehls, in Jacksonville. :
secretary. Elected to the will be selected at a laterALVAREZ' I said that the tragedy occurred 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Barry have leased Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and i
when Morris and a younger Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and the J. & D. Truck Stop, formerly I -J
children hareturned to New :::;;: 'i"J. "S
II Men's Clothing I brother were playing and the Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson were bust operated by A. R. Johnson. ,We .:: MODEL
Orleans La.
he is
now un urnn .
STORE I victim tied a rope to his bicycleand ness visitors in Jacksonville last wish them much. success in their .
Established 1894 employed.We 4rr
ImJ threw the other end over Friday. new business.
i are to that .
a rafter. Then he tied the other Due to the fact that the Max- Mrs. Henry Carter spent the sorry t@.c
Swendlin Crosby is in Brad- )
end around his neck and stoodon ville school is having a picnic, weekend with her aunt, :Mra. ford County Hospital. .tt
#' a wooden box. The box slipped the Maxville Civic Club meeting Effie Johns, in Starke.
from beneath him and his neck has been postponed from Fri- We are sorry to learn that

See actual road test was ,broken.He Mrs. C. Crosby, mother of Ran- '
I: proof
is survived by his parentsand I of the death of Mr. Smith's aunt, dolph Crosby, is a patient in the I GENERAL ELECTRIC
.. .... ." brother Gerald, three sisters Mrs. Hampden Dashiell of Prin- Bradford County Hospital.Mr. COLONIALFlORIST'
V Helen, Lavon and Sonya and cess Anne, Md. and Mrs. James Coleman
grandparents. :Mr. and Mrs. James H. Valen- I spent last weekend at Eagle I REFRIGERATOR
DODGE s' Funeral services were held on tine, who have been stopping at Lake as the guests of Mrs. Cole-

.. r Sunday in the Baptist Church Geneva Trailer Park left this man's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. ,
1 and \ burial was in Orange week for their former home in Ellis Giddens. FEATURES GALORE HOME OF I

Springs Cemetary. Tullis, near Syracuse, N. Y. are glad to report that II IIWe PHONE 218 I I !
,1 "other t twd'low-priced!trucks I II J DuplicateVnners Mrs. Ruth :Mitchell, has returned Uncle Pete Griffis is a little bet- Smiptifici Tire/ Full Jingle Width DialTtaptrarvre Sltel-It" gurrerCan Automatic Amen Keeps I iJ ,jj1ij

k- .: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnea took from a vacation at Sealy's ter after suffering an attack of Control ,1 timer Just tight Fe Mawj -LOW P-R-ICE- :
-Y rIP" ; .
top honors at the Keystone Dup- Springs, Ala. Joining her for bronichal pneumonia last Friday. I (i) Fun'Y'od"Freezer.n or room Spreading,Vegeroble Drne" '
'I licate Bridge Club on Thursday, the visit to this well-known Spa Mrs. Henry Griffis is ill and f-- Aluminum for Fort Freezing ae-bl..4 Adjastobla
: Second place went to Mrs. H. were Mrs., Mitchell's three sis- confined to her home here. Full Width Oilier Trar p;. Door Sbehee
E. Hussey and Mrs. Carl Carnea. ters from Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Edna Manning and fami- FLOWERSFor

.714F! o. Third place, Mrs. E. F. Aiken George Schaeffer enter- ly of Glen St. Mary were dinner
I and Mrs. McCrary.' tained with a Stanley Party at guests at the home of Mr.' and All 'OccasionsDISH I S I MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL

.. Dinner Dance EnjoyedThe her home on Peach Avenue on Mrs. Dan Groves last Sunday.The CARDED ",
Camp Blanding Officer's Tuesday evening, May 28. Mrs. Long Branch Baptist
Club was the setting on Wednesday Eva Rape of Gainesville con- Church will hold baptismal servo POTTED PLANTS ELECTRIC APPLIANCESOR.
I I evening, May 29, when mem- ducted the demonstration and ices next Sunday afternoon,' ,June I

beand wives of the staff of games. 9, at 2:30 p. m.-Quite a few peo- I!'j POTTERY :: CALL AND WALNUT "HONE 229 '/
ii--i. DuPont de Nemours and Edward Thiele of Lawrence
ple will be baptized. The publicis STARKE
Company Inc., and the Hum Boulevard is in the Bradford invited. FJowera: Wired \

phreys Gold Corporation were County Hospital aa the result .of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters, 'Anywhere "The Only Authorized General Electric Appliance DealerIn
entertained at the annual dinner a recent acute illness. and :Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters Bradford County"Vfe
dance. The terrace formed the Mrs. A. J. Holl is at the homeof and family 'of'Jacksonville were j I I I ,

setting for dinner and dancing her son, Walden Holl, in guests of Mrs. Dorothy Waters Nona St Starke Service We SellFriend
followed. Johnstown, Pa., where she ex- during the weekend.' Everything

Rather FlukeA pects to remain for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robersonand
wedding of wide interest Her recent illness will preventher daughter have moved to =
was that of the Rev. A. E. Ratherof returning to Keyston Heightsfor Jacksonville to make their home. -:: .,
They're off! All three low-priced trucks are lined I
up at the bottom of a test grade equal to the Keystone Heights and the Rev. her usual stay this summer. They were guests Sunday of
steepest hill in San Francisco. The flag drops, and Miss Sophia Mae Fluke of Ames, The best wishes of the communi Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family. I
this grueling test of climbing power is officially Iowa. The ceremony tookplace ty are extended to her for her The Maxville Boys baseball
underway. Dodge takes anearly lead. on May 19 in the Church of God I recovery. team will leave Sunday at 1:30p. : I Everybody Has A 0I

in Ottumwa, Iowa, and was Your correspondent, back on m. to play Whitehouse, there.
performed by the Rev. R. N. the job, finds it good to be home, Come out and see your local boys
Cooledge. A reception was held and wishes to thank most sin-: play ball. I

1 following the wedding ceremony, cerely our guest correspondent I I Rev. Lester Taggart, pastorof !

in the church'social rooms, and Mary' K. Schaeffer, for her ex- I the Maxville Baptist Church,

t was given by membern of four cellent coverage in our absence. will take the Maxville Intermediate or relative away from Bradford County who would
t congregations of near-by churches. Many thanks, Mary! and Junior Boys Sunday '.
:. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ratherare We accompanied our: daughter School classes on a camping trip I
I well known in their particular Edith, home from Connecticut, Friday night on Black Creek, r', : : enjoy having the complete story of Starke's Centennial -
denomination, and in the and she left for Miami on Friday John and Ed Waters, Bill

wider religious circles, both hav- morning to take up her new Roberson, Roger North, Billy : '-,' ', Celebration. Now you can send this most -
}:< s : : ing served the Church of God dujfea as Instructor in Psychi- Taggart, J. D. Padgett and appreciated
for a number of years. Mrs.. atric Nursing at Miami Univer- Leonard Wilkinson practiced : *
Rather has served three pastor- sity. Edith has been Instructorin baseball in Baldwin Sunday af- I' gift at a minimum of cost and effort on your
J ates as an ordained minister over Psychiatric Nursing at the ternoon. 'After the game they all

the past 25 years.. Fairfield state Hospital, Newton, went swimming in Black Creek. part. Here's how .
The acquaintance of former Conn. for the past year. John Waters, cut his foot pretty

years was renewed when Mr. Attending the meeting of the badly on a log and is havinga "... 4 '
Rather attended the dedicationof Gainesville Branch of the National bad time walking. Ed Waters ,
a church building in Cedar. League of Pen Women in has sore feet today-from steppingon

i Rapids, Iowa. Gainesville on May 29 were Mrs.S. a good many prickly thorns. While Last ..
Halfway up. The extra V-8 power under the hoodof Mr. and Mrs. Rather are now I E. McKay, Miss Gladys Tunis, The Intermediate girls and I They (Supply Limited)
the Dodge sends it quickly ahead. It's : *
already at home to friends in their home Mra. D. O. Stewart Miss Cleva boys classes of the _Maxville Bap- .
two lengths out front. And there's 1000-lb. test ; --.-.. ,
load each a on: Little Keystone Lake. Carson, Mrs. Sara McDonald, tist Training Union will hold a .-.- I : -,.., ,- ..-_ .
on one of these comparably equipped
trucks. w at's more, Dodge is still gaining! Mr. Rather had just recently Mrs. J. A. Williams, and Mrs. party at the Church on Friday .rAll tree issues wrapped together
1, "" I returned from a visit to Jamaica, Bert Christoffers Sr. Dorothy night, June 14, at 7:30 p. m. One .48-Page Centennial His in Special Centennial
,it. T _\ii .. !rl #> ........ I where the Golden Anniversary of j i Christoffers, Newman, formerly Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson had
NW w w y "I'' '''''' I > "" .- '" < wrapper and mailed anywhere
I''' .it; ars the opening of the work of the I of Keystone, 'was one of five ex- as their guests Sunday, Mr. torical Issue in
church there was observed. Mr. hibitors in the field of art. The and Mrs. Wade Ellis and son

.iF.., Rather served as a missionaryin pictures will be on exhibit until of Jacksonville.Mr. .

his field between 1919' and June 12' at the Gainesville Rec- and Mrs. George Johnson U. S. for only, .
a aI 1924. The visit afforded an opportunity reation Center. : and family of Jacksonville stop- .One May 10 issue with pictures
I ft to renew old acquaintances -
and 'to see* the progressct
the work since his service I of Governor's Day, etc 50C

.. l.there. He flew to Jamaica from :

I I II Il Miami. I I- This is for You! .

Sf:! Keystone Heights School One May 17 issue with pictures
Receiving diplomas from the ,... WE PAY POSTAGE
I Keystone Heights School on Greatest Home Value Ever Offered I of Final Parade
:,, Thursday evening, May 28, were Fiddling Con.
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the following:. Rodney Anton
: ''' ,
fJt4:}/ Bamford, Marion Ruth Betts, t. test, Beard Contest etc.
: lr Just
"',,{+".."."}'..'...,"..' <'w'',''.'..".,"."''i..,.,,} .,", *:'>'..",.,,.'..,::,<:.:,"'o." .",.".<)'"(,"'...:,. :>.",.,,.,,..,.,,., Merrell Marie Betts Carolyn 995
,' 1 & : ,.'1;' !ff::";..#...: For- ,
I't + .. Patricia Ann .
t >" "''''ObM! '>' ''>> ';" ,".. "'," "N Dale Fallin, .
t o""'""'o, ""'<.>> ""'.'''\\; ,,'',,',''.'' .'" !iI. i-"'" .
>> >" "" ;<<
; .. sythe, Millard Clarence Gillen, : Bring Your
'1 Dodge flashes past the finish five lengths ahead Maurice Pat LaMee Lynda Gale
i rf competition. Truck "C" and truck "F" just ':Moody, Robert William Morgan, Perfect size for newly married or retired couples : List

wouldn't match that 204-hp. Power Giant. And Calvin Douglas Osteen, Gordon easy to keep clean, economical to heat or cool I -. _t,' .. Mailing -.-
ft Milt is just one of a rugged series of tests thatrye Lewis, Purdy II, Robert Stanley ; I L"
Dodge is best of the low-priced three. Redfearn Sandra Lee Ridaught a We Do

.1 David William Waits, Michael Built on your own lot, including foundation ,blocks.

Your Dodge truck dealer has proof that Kerr Walrath. Completely finished on the outside. Inside unfinished All The RestBRADFORD

Mistress of Ceremonies for except for ceiling joists, flooring and partition studs.
Dodge leads in many ways. Come in the occasion was Marion Betts. We can build any size'house from your' floor plan. Or

other certified test-photo Bob Morgan gave the Last Will our plans enlarged altered to
see sequences and Testament of the ClasS, the or your specifications.
i ond take a demonstration ride! Prophecy was read by Dale Fal- This is not a prefab, portable or sectional house. I

lin, and was in the form of a
future Tve Got a Secret. ,
Presentation of awards was OF $25 WE DO THE REST. .
is DODGE made by Principal L. C. West ,
and diplomas were presented by Jim Walter Corporation COUNTYTELEGRAPH
Superintendent H. C. Long. The .
Invocation was given by GordonL.
' PowerGfontsMOST Purdy and the benediction by CALL US COLLECT AT

the Rev. Richard Byrd.Personals Gainesville FR 2.2587 Palatka EAST 5-5971 h

Cor. Hawthorne & Kincakl Ed. Intersection 17 ft 100
I ,POWER OF-THE LOW-PRICED 3 Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Hwy.

f Smith .received word on Monday I -
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Vacation Bible School ... ..... .. .. .... ... ..... :

Will Begin MondayDaily NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Three Standbys Of Telegraph Correspondent 1 .

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Typewriter and Bible
will be held Church at the First Presbyterian Mon- By Ozora J. SheD Shotgun

beginning .. .. . . .
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day, June 10,' at 9 a. m. Each -------.a.a&&&&&&&&&&. &&&AAAA.A&AAAAAAAAA.AAA.
isn't every newspaper correspondent -
day's session will last two hours R. J. E. Awards and Scholarships summer. who is equally handy

Methodist Church Lutheran Services except for the Nunvery Class Twenty-five awards and schol- Juvenile Sleeting with a typewriter, a shotgun,
which will close at 10:30 each
122. E. Washington St arships were given to graduatesand Most Ancient Matron Sophia and a Bible but Bessie

Sunday 9:45 a. m., Sunday day.The students of RJE during the Royal is asking all Juveniles to I Strickland, plucky Clay Hill

School for everyone. 11 a. m.. Regular services will be held school is scheduled for commencements programs. $200 meet at the Masonic Hall housewife who writes a widely- ,

morning Worship Rev. Samuel at 7:30, Sunday _evening, at our one week and the following will scholarships .to BethuneCookman Tuesday, June 11, at 3:30 on read column of news In The Y .
p. m.
E Irvine will be in the pulpit new location, 122 E. WashingtonStreet serve as teachers: College were presented to All children are asked to Telegraph each week handles

this Sunday while the pastor is (near Walnut Street.) Nursery-Mrs. Charles Schmitt. Essie Mae Aycox and Leonard their endowment fee without bring faiL each of these diversied -items N

V at Conference. Mr. Irvine retired i A series or lectures will be Kindergarten Mrs. L. H Heath, Valedictorian and Sahi- The meeting will be held rain or with equal skill. '

from the active ministry in 1947 given during the month of June, Gibson and Mrs. Rudolph Sink. tatorian of the _class, a music shine so please send your children And, according to Bessie's

I and is at present a resident of subject being, "The Lutheran Primary Mrs. Bill Soto, and scholarship of $365 to Edward business of _importance to philosophy there is nothing

Penney Farms. He served the Church and The Bible." Don't Mrs. Blake" Jackson. Waters College was given to be transacted. wrong with mixing the three.

; United PresbyterIan Church In miss these interesting discus- Junior Girls Mrs. Neil Joy- Rosebud Kittles; $100 cash award Carnation Club Once, after writing up one

Newcastle, Pa. for 29 years sions. for entrance td BethuneCookman The last of her
meeting was held at numerous exploits with
prior to his retirement. M. W. ner.Junior Boys Rev. W. S. College was presented to the F k"S
The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pastor home of Mrs. Sarah'Morris' the gun against raiding 'var- ''
4 Lance will prerfde at the serv- of The First Lutheran Churchof McAUley. Betty Jean Jenkins; $20 check who was the hostess with the mints' at her farm home, Mrs.

ice. Gainesville, will conduct the Refreshments will be served waa given to Mary Alice Robertsfor mostest on the balL. We really Strickland received a letter froman

Recreation time for MYF, 6:15. services.All by the Women of the Church. excellence in Americanism by had a delightful meeting and irate animal lover. "How can
Dine-A-Mite for MYF 6:45. Wor- Closing exercises will be held American Legion Post 314 and
persons without a home completed plans for the Cinderella a good Christian like you go
ship and business meeting for church are invited to attend. Friday, June 14, at 7p. m. Auxiliary. Other awards and Ball which will be presentedto around shooting God's creaturesand a :

MYF. medals were won by Annie Baker _the youth of our city on Fri- bragging about it?" the

Union Service In First Chris St. Edward's Church Summer Courie Set Ida Hawkins, Beatrice Moore, day, July 12. Start making plans writer taunted. In her next

tian Church, Sunday, 8 p. m. Enoch Allen, Jos. Williams, John now to attend. The next meetingwill week's column, Bessie defied the

Wednesday, 8 p. m. Eating Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. In Driver TrainingA Chandler, Ruby' Hall, Edmond be held at the home of Mrs. writer to find a passage in the BESSIE STRICKLAND, who writes the popular day Hill News,
time at the church picnic to beheld Johnson, Earl Barber, Joan Britt, slums her
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and driver training course for Corean McNeil, president. R. B. forbidding such forays technique In drawing a bead on a treed possum at her
L. D. Green's property on and Johnny' Jackson. Several .
on Cohen when
i reporter. especially waged against home
8:30 a. m.Children's. school students near Maiville. )frs. Strickland
high here
the Ralford Road. Catechism Class each awards were won by many of Camp Good Times unwelcome possums raiding her ancient poses with the family's
older will be conducted dur- long-barreled "
Thursday, 8 p. m. Chancel at 3:15 m. the persons named. All persons from 9 to 16 are favorite laying hens. but she prefers to use a new 13
Wednesday p. ing the summer beginning June to'her
gauge gun given
Choir rehearsal Summer ProgramWe invited to attend the that her Mrs. by an admiring relative not long ago.
Keystone HeightsAt 10, L. H. Gibson, school super- "did camp Despite modesty,
visor said last week. not call this summer will be held at Florida Normal Strickland makes no secret of the cart
( St William's Chapel) and I saw an or do whatever else needed
school becaua is is
not designedto
At The Taberna Industrial Memorial
e SLWilliam' The students participating in College from the fact that' she cona'ders herself -
21 south to eye staring
Follow at
( Hiway me out
train the children for academic of the make
August 5 to 10. a successful service In the
better than
the will receive one- Only 125 persons a shot her hus- dark I
The of the Gospel Sign.) program advancement, rather activitiesfor be. raised my gun and fired. house of the Lord.
sponsors can band
half academic credit. Two classes accommcdated, so Rev. Jim Strickland, the Next i
Tabernacle, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. enrichment and physical and make thing I knew, a big old
your reservation 'wilderness Nothing
a day, one in the morning and early by self-styled preacher cow gives the Stricklands
returned Wednesdaynight Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. mf hail relaxation during the got up and went off bellowIng .
Quigley, one in the afternoon, will be held. contacting Mrs. Maurice J. Whiteof who takes over shooting responsibilities Into the bu .hes." more pleasure than for friend
from a two weeks vacationIn Confessions before all..Masses. Clifford McGriff, who had chargeof summer. These programs are de- Starke. when Bessie Isn't feel- to drop by their house, read a

their mountain home at Hend- the program ersonville, N. C. In their absence LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST since the children have been ex- clean over into the branch."I .
year, will be the instructor and According to Scoutmaster B. was sick abed, Jim sneaked out them discuss religion, or perhaps
I the work has continued under (presently meeting in City Hall) the dual control car will be furn- posed to rigid book learning for T. Marshall, the regular meeting one night to shoot a prowlingcat used a heavy old blunderbua gather around the old organ
the ministry of Rev. C. O. Dibble nine months and it is unfair to of the will that knocked me over just about
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., ished by Hardy Bros. Motor Co. troop continue to tripped on the back steps for a round of vigorous hymn.
of Penney Farms, with B. worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. The instruction will consist of them to continue this drilling.We be held each Wednesday in the and fell into the back yard. every time I used it once it i singing. 1 Uf

E. McRae in charge. people's Bible 30 hours classroom training and hope that through the swim- workshop of RJE. All parents of 'Jim went one way, his gun ano- kicked me right Into the branch. If feel inclined
so doathesitate
you -
I The Sunday morning messagewas 7:30.: six hours behind the wheel train- ming, music arts and crafts Scoutr. are asked to let them go ther, and the cat stiJl another," But I fixed that by putting some
delivered by the sponsor, study, 7; preaching story telling and other library to lead in the stock and I could to call on the Stride
Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. ing for each pupiL camp for at least one week Mrs: Strickland 'snorted in her
J and was followed by Communion. Gibson said the program was activities that the children will this summer. The camp will be column. "Next time maybe I'll handle .it then and still stay on lands. Bertie's shotgun is reserved

the Tuesday evening Bible Study Radio m. programStation started to allow some of the be happy and ready for schoolto open for two weeks. This Is one be able to be up and do the my feet." for skunks and wildcats

I, was under the direction of Mr. 6:30 a. m. students who could not work the open in September. All par-, of the cleanest and best vaca- shooting for him." But In spite of her hunting and other troublemakers. Those
McRae, who continued the study WRGR, driving class into their regular ents are asked to send their: tions a young boy can spend On another occan'on that most exploits which bring her readers who come on find a friendly missionwill welcome .
of Paul's Letter to the Galatians. schedules to obtain the instruc children in to register on Mon always a hearty
during the
so much
'. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS summer. members unwelcomed of vin'tors the one enjoyment, it is Mrs.Strickland's and if around
June 10. There will be' nc I ( they stay
tion. .
i were glad to have Chester Crum Bible
CHURCH in a black suit with a white bringsher
till dinner time) one of Bessle'fbig !
MINISTERIAL STUDENT fee at all. Participation -
I Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning i! registration back after spending several days stripe down the back entrenched the greatest pleasure. She and fat hens will more than likelybe
JOHNSTOWN in the is not com-
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- VA Service Officer program welcome. .in the Bradford County Hospital Himself under the Strickland Rev. Jim are pillars of the little cooking in a pot of rice.
Bobbie Crews, who is a min listic services, 7:30 p. m. pulsory. are following an accident while play- house and made things most church at Clay Hill, and frequently -
Slates Starke Visit to to the lake
isterial student at the seminaryIn Wednesday Prayer Meeting with Parents children wishing are go cordially invited ing baseball. Charles Covington, unpleasant. Rev. Stricklandgot hold prayer services in their CARD OF THANKS

Fort Worth, Texan will speakat 7:30 p. m.WOODLAWN. Joseph A. Crawford state each Monday, Wednerday reporter. I out of bed-, took his. .gun own home'or thehome of a I I wish to thank all of my frteail
Church News Rev.
ciao neighbor. Jim has lost none
and went out (
both morning and evening service officer, will be in the and Friday, starting Wednesday First Born and a light, of his for the lovely cards and flowefj
MISSIONARY Church of God, in nightrMrt) to hunt for Mr. youthful vigor when it
services in the Johnstown
Baptist BAPTIST CHURCH armory Wednerday, June 12, June 12. Elder F. Howard, pastor was i Skunk._ The uncooperative crea- cornea to preaching, and Bessieis sent me while I was in the h33.
Church Lake Butler
i, on 11 a.m. from 9:30: until 11:30 a. m. to Lash Party host to the Missionary Council always ready and willing to pital following auto accident.Mrs. .
Sunday, June 9. The public is in- 10 a.m. Sunday< ScnooT, RJE ture hid behind a post under my
discuss with veterans and class of
$ sur- The graduating meeting of the Jacksonville Dis- sing, take a turn at the piano, .
vited. preaching. 6:15: BTU, :45 prayer the house, so Rev. Jim finally Eva Ray. ts IThat's
I vivors or dependents problems and county faculty were guestsof
services, trict all day Sunday. Sister Julia .
service, 7 o'clock song called his wife to hold the gun
concerning Veterans Adminstration the Shells at a lawn partyon
Harrin in of the
was charge and while he went back
benefits, Albert L. CrosbyJr. Monday, June 3. Out of town light Our Business
CHRISTIAN CHURCH program which was very well his s
in the house to put on pants. .
Service Officer for Annette
Sherwood, Pastor County guests included Olivia conducted. On Sunday, June 9, U
Rev. J. E. While he was gone-you guessed It's Glass We Have Itl
announced. of Willis-
Bradford County, and Aurora Thompkins .
9:45 Morning Brother Robert Williams, famous
Bible School, a. m. it Bessie bagged the CALL WRITE VISIT
Persons with con- the valedictorianof
Worship, 11 a. m. Youth problems ton. Olivia was guitar player, will render a mu- skunk!
Church, 6:30: p. m. All young cerning horipitalization, educa- her class this term and will sical recital at the church at

M QMaybe people Invited. tion and training, insurance, dis- enter Florida A & M Univerr.'ty 3:30 and 8 p. m. The afternoon I I Not long ago Stricklands, a relative fond-, Joe Peters Glass Co.

I ability, widows and dependent this fall, she is the oldest daughter Is especially for knowing Mrs.
.. r performance for hunting, made her a
a HIWAY C1IAPEL parents benefits, GI housing of Principal Eddie Thomp the children but the general pub- ness FOR ANY GLASS NEED
VA matters are with all present of a brand new 12 guage,
other dinner
ASSEMBLY OF GOD loans or kins. A turkey lic is' invited to attend. Wilhel- She allows We Design Mcdern Store Fronts
and single barrel shotgun.
invited to visit with Crawford. served
E A. Lewis, Pastor the head- the trimmings was Bulling-; mena Strong, reporter. the new weapon is a real Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Crawford represents pictures were made by Church of God and Christ just I
and a Table Tops
office of the Florida De- pleasure to fire,
11 a. 'm. Evangelistic quarters ton Studio. below RJE school is entertainingthe
Worship, Thursday partment of Veterans Affairs, Testimonial DinnerOn : change from the old .410.she had I 1313 N.W..4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353
I your Service, 7:45 p. m. District Meeting of Gaines- barreled"antique"
Invita Pas -a-Grille, and his servicesare Monday at 12 noon a pro been using, or Jim's long
weekly prayer service. ville from June .6 to 9th In which kicked like a
car hasoutgrown tion extended to everyone. offered free to all Concerned. gram and activities was pre- Starke. Welcome will be extended mule and knocked her down

sented by Wateroak School honoring from all of the churches in \
: when she tried td use
its CHURCH OF GOD St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Prof. A. O. Jenkins, retired the city by the pastors or a Strickland chuckles as 7Vfe USING -
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn. principal and founder of representative. All members and Mrs

ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Rayon/ad >t';. MacBlaln that school. The program was friends are asked to cooperate she recalls some of her many -
too! around their THEM ALL OVER.
Evening Service, 7:45 p. m.. YPE Services at St. Mark's Episcopal initiated by his former student with this meeting and help makeit hunting exploits A .

i Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m Church will be as follows: and current principal of the a big success. We will have home, located about a mile northof i' DD ...A.O

{ The cost of an auto accident Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m.LA1rY' Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church school, MayBelle E. Roberts. the Clay Hill school house. TOWA/- ; 'v' 1\\

I today can be fantasti School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- High tribute and great praise. our Bishop with us and have She remembers\ .. "S.Z/PTHEYRE O\j pR G
healing, Bible study gospel
she shot Rev. Jim -
cally high. Just having Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng p.m. Y. P. S. L. was given him for his outstand-. The time Bi'UPANO c G yTHEY2E
I insurance isn't enough. To Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- Wednesday< : 7:5 p.m. IJtany ing 'work in education in Brad- preaching each night. Come one, accidentally, of course. Seems "'Z/P" OING "
and let the
come all us enjoy
be safe and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir they were out hunting together .LOVW'
,you need insurance ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. ford County which had been continuous -.
j in the Practice. presence of the and were hot on the trail of a
I proper from 1904 until he retired
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church rabbit. "When I got on one side /
Call on us for a car insur in 1949. Persons participating ,' ,
Rev. R. J. ngton pastor
3rd 7:30 a. m. the fence, old Mr. Rabbit
ance check-up today. Rev. C. Bruce Stalling, pastor 11 a. m.; Sunday -on the program included: Rev. communion serviceon of DOWN
held regular
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn- awaits everyone. and Mrs. Roosevelt Dell Sr., Mrs. would get on the other, and that'sthe
with Sunday
ing worship, 11 a. m.; training CHURCH OF CHRIST Beatrice DeSue president of the Sunday starting Irene Thomas In way it was, with me jumping 1 _

union 7 p. m.; evening worship C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister PTA, Principals Thompkins and school Supt. -at 11 back and forth, and Jim was '
H C. Wall Agency charge Love Feast a. m. trying to stay out of the way. I ,
8 p. m.VednesdaylIour. Anderson, Mrs. R. H. Donald,
\ of Prayer, Sunday Sunday School, 10a. Supervisor Shell and pupils from Communion was administered by I thought he was up along side I

I m., morning service, 11 a. m., the pastor at 7:30 p. m. The. me when Ifired "but later .
Phone: 146 8p.m. Anderson Junior High School
evening service, 6:30: p. m. School. A delicious church will present a womanless he showed me where the shot
Wednesday"- Bible study, 7:30p. and Wateroak wedding on Friday, June 14. had his leg.
200 E. Call Street HEILBROXN MISSIONARY peppered
turkey dinner with all the -
L BAPTIST CHURCH m. Plan now to come and see what And the time she shot a cow S ARSEACE
was preparedand
goodies punch
r Starke, Fla.Rtprttnthg Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Radio Program Station served by the patrons and beautiful bride and maidens the for a fox. "The rabbits had been o

Worship, 11 a. m. Evening WRGR, Sunday, 8:30 9 a. m., principal. Professor Jenkins raid men of the church can be. Louise eating my velve$ beans, so Jim

(JU 1 Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training Subject for the month, "The this was the biggest surprise and Broxton, reporter. and I went out to cha-o them BUILDERS SUPPLIES

Hartford FireInsurance Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bible." celebration that he had ever New Bethel Baptist Church. off. When I got to the patch ,.
i ir is
Wednesdays Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regular there fox, but time
Company Prayer Meeting, EVERGREENBAPTIST had in his life and that he appreciated was a every e4sc _
Rev. F. services starting with Sunday I'd raise to fire he'd
7:30: p. m. S. the flowers while he the gun just
CHURCHSunday School at 9:35, Supt. S. Hankerson -
: melt Guess little
Beard I a
pastor. off to away. got
could nell them.
School 10 a. m. Preach- r
in charge. He is asking all anxious about missing him next
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : M. E. Roberts for starting the
parents and students to please ,
time, 'cause when we went out
m. Preaching 7:3(? p. m. Prayer ball of Appreciation rolling, lets come to Sunday School so thatit --- "q.

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. keep it moving. She wishes to can begin promptly at 9:30.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH thank all participants and pa-
The bell will ring at 9 a. m. each
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH trons who made this dinner pos-
Sunday to warn you that it is
; STARKE FLA. Call & Christian StreetsJ. sible, and Albert Tyson for cut- almost! time for school. Deacon I
E. Sherwood, Pastor
ting the school lawn and drivingthe announced the illness of

Sunday School-10 a. m.Lord's bus for the school closing Royal the pastor.: Joan Jenkins., report ;

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor supper-11:15 a. m. picnic. Beat wishes for a restful ere Special Introductory.Offer !
Preaching services-11:20. a. m. r

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town and 7 p. m. Presbyterian Church

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Junior Choir practice p. m. Recent Birth .- ......

Wednesday.. Sunday Church School, 9:45: '". r
Ladies Council meets first and Bradford th,,:,, ;
I am. County Hospital an- _. : '
Morning Worship, "Father 4
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. third at 8 -'"
Tuesdays p. m. nounces the following births: .
Son and Holy Ghost," H THE NEW 1957 lL
-Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Everybody Invited to all ser a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Martin L Bur-

vices. Evening Union Worship Service back of Hawthorne, a daughter,

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. SEVEN1H DAY First Christian Church "A People Robin Lynne, May 22. SMITHCORONAPACEMAKER :

Called Christians Sermon by Mr. and Mrs. James Maxey of
r Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at ADVENTIST CHURCH Rev. W. S. Waldo
I Services each Sabbath In the McAliley, 8 pjn. a son., Larry Calvin May

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. home of S. N. Brown'across from Mon.FriDaily Vacation 23. jf'$1Lf .

Bethel Baptist Church east of Bible School, 9-11 a.m.

-'- & Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Tuesday The Circles of the Mr. and Mis. D. L. Thomas of

t r', ., 1111'. w' ... Bible Study each Wednesday, Women of the Churcij will meet Starke announce the birth of a Full-Fe// furecl Famous Make K s 1
ran on Tuesday June 4, at Bap-
7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. at 8 p.m. as follows: Circle 1,

tt hostess to be announced. Circle 2, tist Memorial Hospital Jackson- Office Typewriter f- .. .J:
t Madison Street Baptist Church HAMPTON Mrs. David Montgomery hostess. vffle. ,

Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30 Prayer Meeting, 7:30 S-Sgt and; Mrs. T. B. Harding, Ai,1

(Presently. Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, p.m.Thur.. Junior Choir practice, Jr. announce the birth of a LIST PRICE $179.50 plus' fox : ,'.," _,..'-;'-,,> t i

\: 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- 2 p.m. daughter, Debra Lynn, on June 1 .'/ ':; ;

Good Singing Forceful Preaching ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 3, at Moody Air Force Base c. i

J i 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. HIGHLAND Hospital in Valdosta, Ga. Pa- 100
I. ternal grandparents are Mr. and t .

Sunday School ______________________ 9:45 A.M. | GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Harding Sr. and maternal) 1 :' rr

I Morning Worship _..__________________11 OQ A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School $:45 a. m. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.J. .s .9 \ ,
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and T. Lawson, all ,of Starke. v

Training Union _--____________-____ 6)-15 P.M. : Worship, 11 a m. Training 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each i JWCE FOR YOUR 01ASY .

Evening Worship ____________________ 8:00 P.M. Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. The Bradford County Hospital .. ..... -; TBt14tS ,
Services 7:30 p. m.Rev.. W. O George Chism pastor. Everybody announces the following births: ;. AVAILABLE
Prayer & Business Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M.
Collins Sr., pastor. welcome. Mr. and lira Olln Rowe of j.. A : .tiTH s OFFER GOOD FOR rib

.. ,
Starke, a sun Gary Lamar, : : --/ -
Come And Bring The Children Room'For All CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST NEW RIVER May 3L fl. -'-,,_ j SEE IT TODAT '<" \. .
A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU! Services each old CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. James" Biggin-
Sunday in
Sunday School. 10 a. Worship 1
SL both m. of Maxvffle, a daughter, ,
: REV. I. E. ENLOW. PastorP. Masonic Han on' E. Call St. Sun I Hour, 11 a.nuEvedBj Service ;Jeana Dorene, June 2.Mr. VR -

T. Nolin, Supt. Sunday School day School 10 a. m. Sacrament 7 p m.Prayer Jig each and Mrs. Lawrence Wilt ''\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH (,. i.ev'
Service 6.30 p. m. Everyone whlcome. WedMfldty 7 31 -
>!.. Everyone :]ian _Batten of Starke, a son; .
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1 fl >--1r :- .J! A lpqL' i ;-.tll_,UjHiE-Puke.; pastor. J Michael- William,. June;3.?, .

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Youths PlacedOnprobation Ava Gardner Starsin Yawn Speaks Florida Realty Union Services I Cub Scout PicnicIs I Dated this 7th day of May, 1957. cate numbers and years of Issuance.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby the description of the property,
Florida FilmA Changes OfficesThe I Clerk of the Circuit Court and the names in which it was
At Slated FridayDate By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk assessed are as follows:
For Rotary ClubI Begin Sunday 6/10 4t 6/31 Certificate No. 6S.

sophisticated. spoof on the I Florida Realty Co. of for the Cub Scout Pack 70 Year of Issuance 1955.
IB the' Cirralt Court I. and
I ForBradf.rd
I Description of Property W 330
$tion Holdup vagaries of love in the settingof County Judge T. A. Yawn, whois Starke this week' moved to new The first of the series of Union picnic has been changed to Friday Comfy, Florida ft of E 730 ft of SEU of NE%

a tropical island provides the also judge of the Small Claims quarters at 116.. N. Walnut SL, Services June 7, at 3:30 p.m. at IB CtkMeerr. Sec UTI S RUE
Evening b Charles
JfA sponsored > Wesley Howell. Plaintiff Name in which assessed Fred S.
' '. Starke youth and his compahion theme of "The Little Hut"play- Court, spoke at the Rotary Club the building formerly'occupied toy the congregations of the First Strickland's Landing Kingsley vs. Margaret II. Howell, Defendant. Dodd.

from Tennessee Saturday ing Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Ronnie Donnie Children's store. Lake. Each family will bring a Divorce No. 10-216 All of said property being lathe
Wednesday, discussing the Methodist, First Christian and
procedures Settee By PabllcatUB IB Salt
County of Bradford State of
were placed on five years pro- at the Florida Theatre. followed by businesses The realtors, A. J. Thomas, W. Firnt Presbyterian Churches will basket lunch. A few awards will F.r Divorce Florida. I

/bation by Circuit Judge George The film, starring Ava Gar*, who B. Sewell and Guy Andrews, be given and an attendance count To: Margaret 1[. Howell 746 Unless such certificate or certi-
this of
use means seeking be held at the First Christian South
George Street York
ficates shall be redeemed
L. Patten for holding and David ,located at 355 will be taken. The next regular accordingto
up a service ner, Stewart Granger settlement of delinquent accounts.He were formerly Church Sunday,night at 8 o'clock. vania. law the property described in
station operator in April Niven, is the story of three people the fact that the Temple avenue. meeting for thjs pack will be held You are hereby notified that aBlU such certificate or certificates will
emphasized Rev. W. will
The pair William Paul Reames island. McAliley .preach Sept 17. of Complaint for Divorce has be sold to the highest bidder at
the Ava
marooned on Small Claims Court is "not a been filed against and that
on the topic, "A People Called you. the court house door on the first
19. of Starke, and Lunle EdwardRamsey plays a beautiful girl while collection but render TO you are required to serve a copy Monday in month of July, 1957,
agency, can To Hear Christian, Special music will I NOTICE APIEARI
Legion : of your Answer or pleading to the
17, had previously pleaded her husband CIreMit Cemrt. Bradford which is the 1st day of July 1957.
Granger portrays I judgement against a person b e' provided by the First Christian FUrldat !. Caaarery. CBBy Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957.
guilty and pre-sentence investigation who takes her too much forgranted. who refused to pay a just debtif Choir.. Marilynn L. Shampine Plaintiff, vs. attorneys Tench & Reynolds P. Charles A. Darby
conducted. is the husband'sbest Financial ReportAmerican James A. Shampine Defendant. O. Box 463, Gainesville. Florida, Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
Niven he has property in excess of Rev. ,J. E. Sherwood, host pastor Case No. and file the original Answer or ford County., Florida
Judge Patten observed that friend who comes up with an the amount that is exemptedby will preside and will be assisted ".tlre T.. "..ea. 10-2178 pleading In the off ice"of the Clerkof 5/31 4t C/21
the youths both had good records idea for sharing her love. Legion Post 56 will To: James A. Shampine, whose the Circuit Court on or before
law. by Rev. D. W. Kokomoor, the 3rd day of June, 1957. If you
residence and IsT
and had come from good families. The girl plays along with the Judge Yawn was Introducedby meet Tuesday night, June 11, with pastor of the First Methodist andria Street. address Carthage, New 992 Alex-Tork. fail will to be do so. Judgment by default W. C. T. U.(

idea but she has ideas of her committee You are hereby notified taken against you for the
A. J. Thomas Jr., who had assignments, organiza fluircb.. for that a suit relief demanded in the Bill of Com

-I trust you'll travel the right own, and her feminine stratagems charge of the program. tional details and the financial re- The schedule for other June has been divorce filed against you in the plaint. .VERDICT OF THE AGES. INSCRIBED -

road now and. not the wrong," make for laugh provoking sit- Plans for a Ladies Night to port on tap as the major items of services will be as follows: above named Court and cause and Florida Done, and this 1st Ordered day of at May Starke 1857., ON EARLY EGYPTIAN -

the judge said, but warned that uations. r Blanding business, x Commander Guy An- you are required to serve a copy of s/Charles A. Darby, TOMB
be held at the Camp June 16 at Presbyterian your answer or pleading to the :
If they should be convicted again In the film, Ava has been able Officers Club on June 18 were drews announced.The Church, Rev. D. W. Kokomoor, oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney Clerk of Circuit Court 6/13 4t 5/31 "HIS EARTHLY TENEMENT

they could not "expect additional td retrieve only a vanity case discussed- by- the chairman, H. finance officer will submit preacher. J.Building.Donald Jacksonville Gibson, 100 2. Florida Smith WAS SHATTERED BY BEER

mercy." I when she is shipwrecked on the H. Rabb Jr. the .financial report and outline June 23 at Methodist and file the original la the orrto. NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND WINE, AND HIS SPIRIT
The arrested for the financial objectives for the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on FOR TAX DEED
youths were and her costumes at- DEPARTED BEFORE IT WAS
are Last week the club held its I Church, Rev. J. E. Sherwood, or before the 10th day of June, H.B* Bill N*. 1882
holding up J. H. Harrell while he tractively abbreviated. luncheon meeting at the Camp new y ar. Members will be announced preacher. 1957; otherwise the allegations of NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN. CALLED FOR."

was on duty at the Kayo gas for the. housing committee laid Complaint will be taken, a. that Ann Bissell, the holder of (SIGNAL PRESS,
Blanding Officers Club, and inspected fair committee June 30 at Christian,Church: confessed by you. the following certificates had filed
station on North Temple avenue Stolen Vehicle the various operations I : boys state Rev. W. S. McAliley, preacher. This notice-- shall be published said certificates for a tax deedto EVANSTON ILIL OIS.)
and taking $37. It was later discovered committee, oratorical contest committee oiwe each week for four consecutive be Issued thereon. The certifi
: at the camp during the early weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. .'
and committees to in
that the gun they uad Is Found WreckedA afternoon serve I .
parades and funerals. The i Dated this 4th day of May, 1957.
was toy. I program
, a I chairman will be.named and (Official Seal Charles A. fiatb Sell it Rent It Trade
i station wagon which: had Clerk of the Circuit Coin
PAPERS NEEDEDTO Two Are Named program assignments made, Andrews By Marian L., Crosby, D.t nty Clerk
been stolen the night before was said. 5/10 4t 5/31

COMPLETE found wrecked Wednesday on the Plans have been made to take -
We .need two copies of each Edward's loop road. part in as many of the American, Clrealt G.Btt. Bradford Ccaaty ,
Legion and community Fiends IB Chancery.
of, the following dates to com The car, owned by Bernard programs! Henry L. Hoover, Plaintiff TS.
Lonzo Kirkland and Mike Gold- a? possible during the coming Mittie May Hoover DefendantCase Rates Good Results
We To
plete our files for 1956. Emanuel 'RUI1 Place
,evidently turned over I wire Bradford High' studentshave I, year, Andrews added. No. 10-217

would appreciate it if anyone trying to'make a curve, DeputySheriff been selected to participate Sgt. and Mrs. Charles E. Hut- Notice T. Appear 20 WORDS, OR LESS ONE INSERTION . fife
To: Mittie May Hoover whose
haying papers of these dates cheson of Norfolk, Va., formerStarke
Russell Redding said. in Boys State in Tallahassee on residence and address Is: Unknown. EACH ,ADDmONAL WORD ,2Me 0
would notify us or bring them Spring ProduceComes residents, announce the Ton are hereby notified that a suit

to' our office: January 27, 1956; Redding said he believed that June 23. They are sponsored by birth of a :ODD, Charles E. Hut- fer divorce ADDITIONAL FOR BUND ADS OB ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE
the driver could not have es American Legion Post 56 and the has been filed against you In the nisrflI-1' op IK PKR CENT ON TWO OR MARK .F.RTlB "
February 10, 1956; March 23, Starke Club. To Market cheson, II. on May 24. Mrs. Hut- above named Court and cause and

1956.- Bradford County Telegraph. caped injury when the car over Rotary cheson is the former Barbara yon are required to serve a copy of WANTED Clean Cotton Rags, FOR RENT One and two bed-

i turned. The Boys State program, un Peppers were reported f to becoming : Mulea of Gainesville. The pa your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the No Pants No Shirts, Must Be room In. Desirable furnished apartments.location. Close

der the supervision of the Amer into the State Farmers' ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mack S. Futch P. O. Drawer 943. Clean. Bradford County Tele- Nollman. 228 W. Madison, W. H.
ican Legion, Department of Flori Starke, Florida tfchy
Market the heaviest of any da is designed to familiarize boys the spring this week fol of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Will at beef
crops n"11 prices. Phone
I LET US FIGUREBUILDIl! ON YOUR NEXT with the processes of state gov or before the 19th day of June, FOR RENT-3 room nicely furnished 285, E. Conner,
ernment through participation in lowed by eggplant, butter beans,; :Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders 1)57 otherwisA! the allegations of apartment. Air conditioned.TV Ins. tfchg
peas and corn. of Starke announce the birthof bald Complal will be taken a. and electric kitchen. Middle- FOR RENT
a simulated session. confessed by Mrs. Clark, Two bedroom completely -
yon. adults
; NG JOB t A ,market official said that L a daughter, Jennie Lee, on "his notice shall be published aged Rt. 1. Box 44, Bessent Rd. tfchg furnished house with car
The boys conduct a session of I 117,113 packages of the spring June 1 in St. Luke's Hospital. once each week for four consecutive port at Coney on N. Walnut Street Apply
the legislature, electing'officials' seeks la the Bradford County Tele POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at Island Apts. Apt. 2
I produce went through the market The maternal grandparents are graph. Tlny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. _504 E. Brownlee. itp

and serving in the offices to'' last month, a value of $58,627.60.The I. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry of Dated* this 6th day of May, '1957. Also new mowers for Sale. i
Phone which they are elected. Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Easy payment plan. Pay while Get SEED TIRES? ,
.. official predicted "a pretty Starke.. Clerk of th' Circuit Court you mow. Buy where you oan Ask them now, pay as you ride.
493-J fair year" despite damaging rains By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk get service on what you buy. Lacy for our easy budget terms.

Mack Futch Moves which have cut spring output Doctor's Hospital announcesthe 5/10 4t 5131 tfchg Union CS2wayoSales Station, and Starke Service., Fla. ,

For .E I To New Offices heavily. S following births: NOTICK! TO APPEAR List Your Property For Sale S tfchg \ ,

On most crops the acreage Mr. and Mrs. Joe'Holmes ot IB ClrcBlt Omrt. Bradford Ceuty. With MAIL AWAY to friends and rela
Plorldai I.
FreeEstimates planted la reported to be about Jacksonville, a daughter, Lisa Charles Pfeffer Chatierry., Plaintiff, vs. Centennial tives complete story of Starke
Attorney :Mack Futch : 3 big issues
thin the same as last year, though] Adeline, May 31. Hannah Pfeffer, Defendant.Case STROUT REALTY COMPANY County Telegraph including Bradford 4S.
: week moved to offices No. 10-218
new Leavittof Page historical
corn is believed to be decreased. Mr. and Mrs. Erman Notice Te Appear wrapped
Farm, Home and Business Prop- and mailed to
quartern -1m the second floor The rains have hit crops heavi: Lawtey, a son, Tom, June 3. To: Hannah Pfeffer, whose resi Just bring us your any address list
dence and addess is: 205 erty Free Open Listings mailing
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL cf the Winkler building from offices ly in some sections of the county Road Englewood New Jersey Tenafly STROUT REALTY Bradford County Telegraph.A .

.. in the building he shared I the official reported, "Some K1NGLEV LAKE You suit for are divorce hereby notified tnat a Johnle Hansen, RepresentativeP. WATKINS ROUTE IS OPEN
with Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. growers won't harvest a trol of minor 'children, supportof O. Box SO? Starke Fla. IS A GOOD COUNTY. THIS
their he continued.Pepper Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning defendant and minor children ROUTE FOR A
1 plantings I 5 miles S. on SOl Phone Waldo LADY. WRITE THE J. R. WA1'-
Futch's new offices are ones -. cucumbers and watermelons Worship 11 a.m. EverJng has above been named filed Court agalnkv and you in the HObart 8-2831 tf KINS CO., 659 WEST PEACH.
cause and
I JITIIOMAS Construction he formerly occuDied before have felt the effects of Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetlnf YOU are required to serve a copy of TREE .ST.. N.E., ATLANTA, GA.

-- the rains most. with the wet each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone your answer or pleading to The complaint 4tchg 6/7
moving to the building with: on the Plaintiffs Atterney I WHEN IN NEED OF FOR SALE Used
H. H. Mot 8 MM Movie
welcome.-Rev. i T. Frank
grounds damaging some corn Landrum P. O. Bos Camera Brownie
Thomas. $20.
'54!, Starke Florida LANDSCAPINGFILL New 8 MM
pastor. I I Ben & Howell Movie
acres. Camera
and fne the
I' in the office of nus at BulHngton's.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on DIRT tfchg
or before the RESORT
S 10th day of June, 1957 DISKINGW. reservations RENTALS-Make your
or now. Lakeview
otherwise the
allegation of said beach and,
cottages furnished
Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed L. THIGPEN, JR. ,cottages "Wtth boats., Swimming.

This notice shall be published Bt 2 ...:.. Bar 243-D Alton Bet' L.pienlckinsMmd Kahr, phone fishing.Waldo Mrs. A.
once eacn week 3-2552

'. :-1kt UJ 'T t fW h crap weeks, _..i. WRGR th.. *I Brad/prd, fonr'consecutive.. County Tele r. ,. TENTH PHQNE REPAIRED,ANNIVERiABYRADIOS W7JStsrke FU.OtTR PLASTIC,or and Fla.makes Shepherd's.write up.and:SEAT P.Installation model O. COVERS Box autos,i05,4tch Earleton.-free for U1.1S 1114 all at

All S Make All Hotel* __ __ tfchg

S. 1499 K C PHONE 500 Reasonable CHAS.Charge C. SHEPHERD- manatee I FOR Blocks SALE 17c 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete

STARKE, FLORIDAThe TiS W. can M. Stark .,. SS tar Mix, each. FOB yard. Mor-
.. .''; .. Cement Sand, Steel and
by' Music & News Station YES, YES It will pay you to Aluminum mixed Windows. Also ready
::1' : In Starke .come to Butts Mobile Homes In gineering-., Pradford En
> 0 Phone 94. tfchg
Jacksonville. Fla., 6017 Roose
8 'th''t' velt Blvd. or 5152 Phillips High-
no HEY! BETTY GRAY way for your new or used mobile BUILDWarehouse

.. : J STARTS MONDAY ON 'THE ihome. Alretreara Travel Trailers
CHATTERBOX Contractors Field Office Trailers:
0 SHOW AT 9:05 Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closed'
,.. .4 .' A.M. Sundays. Phone Evergreen 4-3441. To Suit Lease. Perfect Location

: :> 4tchg 6/! on R.R., Long Term
Monday thru
Friday FOR SALE 7 x 35 'Binoculars, Lease.
V 6:00 Sign on and News 'lifetime guarantee only $41.50 at ,

.' 6:05 The Clockwatcher Bullington's. tfchg Write

..".- S : ,.: 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon- 3%' PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE BOX 245, ROUTE 2

day and Tuesdays STATE BAiICKEY- Starke FloridaFOR
only) ,
I 6:45 The Clockwatcher BER FDIC. -
I '. 7:00 First News RENT 3-bedroom house.
of The
9 World FOR RENT-Five room furnished 302 Lafayette St. Call Jackson-
5' S55: Roundup apartment. Will accept small ville. Evergreen 8-0083.. _
7:15 The Clockwatcher baby. 626 N. Church St. Phone 2tch* 8/7
', 175-W. Apply 518 N. Church St.
Q .1 -. 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air tfchgrCHANNELS Used 17" and 21" T.V. New Guaran-
w. e --- tee. Chas. C.
.. Shepherd's
7:30 tfchff
Weather Around The Na-
4 .9 P S 4 AND 36, 21 In. Westinghouse -
7. tion See
.S Scott-Atwater Outboard
TV. Take up payments.
0 p U 0 7:35 The Clockwatcher Dahmer'g. tfchg :Motors at Shepherd's. Itchg
.- I- F I -. .
r C o 7:50. World, National, State and JL'ST PUBLISHED: "HeH's BranchOffice Carpenter Jobs Wanted By Hour.
Sports News ," story of the Choctaw Indians Harold Johnson, Rt. 1, Box 125A.,
in Florida. Written by I Ito
8:05 The Clockwatcher Chief Horace Ridaught of Citra. .
zz7' ; 8:45 Radio Chapel (Ministerial For sale at Branford County FOR I SALE-One Jersey milch cow.
I II Telegraph. 95.00. I tf Brow to tie out and lead. Very
I Association) gentle and young. L L. Efedenbau -

.- 9:00 Five minute summary of FOR RENT Fully furnished .., Hampton. Itn
I i" Apartment with gas, electric and )
News hot water .supplied. Inquire at FOR QENT--One room furnished
4yk4/S- 9:05 The Chatterbox with Betty lint V. Rrownlea. Itp cabins showers. Fred's Cafe
-- 897 Temple Ave. itp
S. .: 9:45 Radio Chapel Ministerial HELP WANTED-Man or Woman
? HAS MOVED TO to take over route of established
Association) customers in Starke. Weekly
-- S 10:00 Cedric Adams Show ,118 North \VaUat Street. : door profits of 150 or more at start
-:-' 10.30 .f the P.at Ottlff. Oar telepheae possible. No car or other investment I t
Music For
; The Missus
I* the Mate -N 3S3. necessary. Will help you
'- ,; :>1> \ ... Sx 11:00 Five minute summary of get started. Write C. R. Ruble,
""' Oar frl..... are lavJtrd to visit oar Dept. '-I, The J. R. Watkins Co..
'f S ::.7'. Newa Memphis 2. Tenii.
rw locatloawWe Up
: How you can enjoy Effortless Typing ; : 11:05 Music For The Missus
-" 11:30 Farm hope t* hetter serve you aad SALES HELP for location near
S ";' : Roundup te pranote the welfare el Stan Lake City. Prefer man and wife.
With beautiful "print-perfect" letters every time 12:00 Public Service and Bradford County aiere effect Apply Florida Reptile Land. High-

12:15 Second News of The World Itely each day el oar cxliteaee.T land Itch*-

S 5" Never before has'it been so easy and so much fun to type With the new Smith S Roundup *ar friends we ewe maeh for FOR SALE-Red and Cooper skin

.,, : touch of the keys and electricity takes the work 12:30 Weather Around The Na- their cooperation and aulitaareaad Sweet. Potato Vines.. W, C. Con-
_.' ": $" Corona Electric Portable a gentle we hope that thragh the n r Rt. 2. Stark 4tche
-.- S ; ':' '\ '.) and effortlessly. You finish typing feeling asS tion ,.ar. t* reate we will Justify every
.?.-. : : off your hands. quickly quietly 12:35 The ,Perry Van Show good word yon have spoken la oar.1 FOR RENT-Two bedroom house
-ti .' And matter how strike the keys. S behalf. furnished at Kingsley Lake. |50
"-S when began. no you
-<: 4 fresh and relaxed as
; 1t, ; you J 1:00 Five. minute, summary of par week. J"aont 2489. Itetig

,_ ,,." 5- >' every character prints with the same sharp, uniform impression. Just think of the News FLORIDA REALTY CO. FOR RENT-Block bungalow de-

.' new pride you will take in your personal correspondence! You owe it to yourself 1:05 The Perry Van Show OF STARKE rirable location at 713 Laura.

-- .,.:.. : to see and try the revolutionary new Smith-Corona Electric., Portable today. 2:00 Five minute summary of (Gay Aadre.A..J... Thomas W. B.) Sews Ii, Fire, large large room closets, built, In shower cabinets -

News screened porch, car porte. Two
\ 118 X. Walnut St. Phone 383
I 2:05 The Perry Van Show Starkr, P1.. room cottage in rear. Large
lawn. and
grass trees. SCO per
3:00 Five minute summary of FOR SALE-82 gallon ElectricYater mn. Phnna M7. Itchg

: News \ Heater. Two elements.
I Good Condition. See at Gay's FOR S.U.P.-onf Smith-Corona
.M'4pe4h 3:05 The :
Perry Van Show Portable
One lz
: Home Appliance. tfchg._ i> 14
i. 4:00 Five minute summary of formal light blue dress. Call at
News 12 FT. REFRIGERATOR. Take up Fred Millers 2% mL South on
Rd 1(In.
,J payments. Dahraer Gift ,Shop.
;.; {:,05 At Your Request S tfchg
.. FOR SALF'-Electrlc starting Scott-
-;. features the Smith-Corona Electric 6:00 WRGR News Parade Atwater 33 h.p outboard motor.
_cS Even with the many new on : NEW LAKE HOUSE Good
S (World and National condition. May be seen at
'.:. ) New CBS home overlooking beautiful Shepherd's.
\ Portable typewriter, it's amazingly compact and easy to carry. Aida ; 6:10W R G R News Parade lake 3 bedrooms 2 full ceramic Itl'hsr
1\ S.- luxurious ::, : (State and Local tiled ,baths large living and dining HAVE 5 KITTENS that I will give
with'its "Holiday" carrying case. )
comes own S area. Nothing like.,It in this area. away. L. G. Powell phone 123-J
6:20 WRG News Parade Price 113,700. 40% down, baL like Itp

.,.. (Sports and Weather) rent.FLORIDA REALTY CO. KINGSLEY
,' 6:30 Revolving Bandstand
I ; w 116 N. Walnut St. TeL 383 Good modern 3 bedroom furnished
S 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Mu Starke, Fla. house on Lakefront lot. Dock and
I sic) bath house servants and
FOR RENT-Three bedroom furnished house. pump
8:00 Sign Off house. Vacant July 1, cor. 4 to 6 years on$13.200.balance.29% down,

Saturday Christian and Pratt St. Phone FLORIDA REALTY

II Bradford County Telegraph'Phone Same schedule as above except Mrs :Mundorff 218. tfchg? 116 N. Walnut St. Phone' CO. 383

1 to 6 p. m. Road Show FOR RENT house-Three on KIngsley bedroom furnIshed Lake- Stark Fla.

Sunday months of June and August Call stone FOUXDTwo'milk 'goats la Keyboard -
-- .. 7:30 Sign On Religious programs _221 or'%541. Itchg paYing area.for Owner znay have by

29 Starke Fla. until 1:00 n. m. FOR SALE-Hotpolnt Electrl Re- Shr1ffs ads Offlee.and bllL. ltchgwuir Contact -

: I II 1:00, to 6:00'p... m. The Sunday frigerator. A.' J. Thomas, 116 N.
-- : I. SIiow Walnut St. TeL 383. clean Cotton Ban.
: Pants, No Shirts
________ :\ 6:00 td 8:00 p. ni. See Schedule I. WAITRESS WANTED-21 years Clean. Must Be
": p S over. ElJtancho Restaurant. 1 ; Bradford County Tele-
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Section Two : Bradford County Telegraph 'J", 1 ,


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; Congratulations Bradford High School Graduates Of 1957

PROPHECY -. .- .Last Will And TestamentSENIOR

,r.fl'"I"ri": ".'
.";'f''". ;? t.."',,:.<'". ..'-- ,.
\ SENIOR CLASS OF 1957, BHS .;: : ,, '. CLASS OF 19S7, BHS .

Here it is the year 1967 from Georgia Tech, Henry got TO OUR HEIRS I, Carol Ann Pickett, leave
.and on a- T. v: Quiz Show called We, the Senior Class all
we find that the 1957 Senior of Brad- my crazy expressions to Pat
ClaM of Bradford High has selected "Stay Until You M 4." Henry .. ford High School, being now Hobbs.

the Hotel Knickerbocker has been in that booth for many high about ready to cast aside our 'I, Abner Parramore, do

in New York City for their class years now and he would like to that school ways and depart for hereby leave my knowledge of

reunion. Everything is just as it give a wrong answer so he can sa and sedate land of adulthood stand-line-breaking to T. J.

was 10 years ago except that go home only he doesn't know of those being mindful of the needs Mann.

they've replaced the stolen any wrong answers. I Bradford we leave behind in the L, Gloria Wilkinson being of .

towels, glasses, and ashtrays. Let's go to Grand Central Station these High School, do. by sound mind, do ereby leave my

This is your'hostess., MELtS; to see if we can spot r4$; ; and testament presents to declare our will ability to get along with Miss
reporting you more of our old Edwards to Hilda Crews.
Here 1. Our
from my vantage point on memories of
comes the high I
train from school Bobbie Jean Oakes da
top of one of the large chandeliersIn And there should be California. we take with us, to cherish hereby bequeath to Patricia
quite a few for I
the lobby of the Hotel Knick- getting off. ever and ever. 'Pellum
BOBBIE my passion for black
The'class JEAN 2. We
erbocker. is expectedto leave to
our orchids
now playing in faculty and crazy chemical
arrive at any moment and Scene," is one of Street members our sincere thanks ,for words.I .
the hotel bell boys, HARMON most America' their patience and
UNDERBILL, BUD HARLEY, the promising direction aclress2s": : Under # ) ; in our welfare. We trust interest Kenneth Parrish, hereby
of ; leave
t. to
MARVIN + we shall Tommy Dyal and Rea-
&, ROGER RIVERS, are standing BROWN, this not disapPOint them in
film son
at attention. What's all that for the best won an Oscar ,. ... ... what they expect of us. Kirkland my knowledge of
picture ,
of the p. Jio""JIlJr geometry to be
t! distributed
noise There to be some year. i : at the
seems Here comes Mr. "f'.f.'JL1i: \' k. "; 3. To the freshman
I Rrvnil -- class of ratio of 3
-- to 4. '
confusion outside. The hotel manager now, rS this
followed : !
by his ? & year we leave a warning I, Harmon
secretary, AR- S Underhill
WALLACE WISE, is rushIng LINE FORSYTHE. S ; that if you don't desire ,hereby
Arline to have leave
to the door. It's Joe Harden: the only is not to work all the Alton Coleman aQ of
the teen age' idol. The girls are Hollywood.secretary working in high school years of your my test papers and cheat sheets
MISS stop
BESSIE now. By next for
screaming and tearing at his DUKES LEE it year.
year will
la a be too late.
private sd By that 1,
clothes. ,Joe hasn't had a min- for RODDY STRUTH secretary time you will have in Robert Cain leave my seat
often acquired the
ute'a since he made his considered within Florida.and Park
the you Theatre
most handsome enough of the school to Ann
first hit record Throw Della in Hollywood. man spirit of Bradford Manning.
School I,
From The Train. The that Harold Godwin
platters ROBERT ,
you'll hereby
never leave
CAIN, and JAMES want to give my
have been selling like hotcakes.His GNANN got on the train in up being a student. I, ability Henry to Bert McGee.
body guard, MYRON Las Vegas. 4. Richarde
PRE- All three of To the sophomores sound being of
them mind
VAT, is plowing a path for him. are very leave the we (1) do leave to
successful as owners best year of Senior the
Myron of our lives- Class of '
hasn't resort '
lost an ounce. hotels. A now a hectic whatever
gang of they
memory. We can
Now questionable were
pushing a large economy characters also boarded not wise enough tn hA -*--__. Bradford of dear ole
,size baby carriage the train and "v tijuora.; High. ht\ping- that h
through the Las Vegas MIKE Ronnie Wayne Mundorff we were too advanced to be can do they
doorway are Mr. & Mrs. WILLIAM ADAMS, SMITH DEVOE, and Blanche Andrews freshmen. We had situation more to improve the
outgrown here
TORODE HI. Mrs. To- BUTCH SMITH ROSTER Sidney Delano Newman freshman our than we were
rode is the the last remaining Maxine Andrews SENIOR CLASS ways; but had not yet to do. able
former GAYLE members of the made a stake for I
Smith ,
MOORE E. D. Norman ourselves in Judy Cason
of ,
Lawtey. They were Gang. They are special investi Nancy Lee Bates' the annals of' the school my ability hereby leave
married immediately after Billy's gators for the F. B. I. Douglas NoUn though some of us did ; even berg's to follow Miss Rosen-
appointment' as corporation law- The Silver Meteor is pulling Frances Beck Bobbie Jean Oakes Aubrey Irvan Covington athletic teams; and make the Wait. instructions to Joanne

yer for a well known bottle & into the station. It is Willis' Chesley Abner Parramore of developing show signs
Dayton I
diaper carrying Joyce Virginia Beal Carol Ann Pickett Eugene into real Evelyn
factory and it's a many of our classmates who 5. To the students. fourth Tyler leave my
good thing they get their booties stayed in Starke to keep the Judy Sue Cason Jacqueline Edna Prevatt I Smith A. DeVoe, Jr. Kenneth Lee Parrish leave all the junior class, we Bertice period home ec. class ta
and diapers free. Look at those home fires burning. The first f- Merrill Jerome Edwards, Jr. Frederick James Pellum, Jr. ences you will expert-' I, Bill Taylor. r
kids! Cox J Gail Reddish undoubtedly Dayton
Clearing away the crowd one we saw getting off of the Marilyn Joyce as seniors We have leave a ear's
wish supply of
is DOUGLAS NOUN. Douglas train in the mayor of our fair Joyce Elaine Crosby Norma Gayle Rowe Lester Lane Elzey Myron Prevatt of luck in completing you the best those little handkerchiefs to aU
wanted to be a Jockey but he city BILL ALDERMAN. Also % record of your fine be "boogera" who will
got flat feet and the closest he connected with the city gov- Pansy Crosby Esther Melissa Stallings James Alpha Gnann Henry Morgan Richarde, Jr. ments and athletic accomplish I,seniors next year. .
scholastic Myron
could come to his desire was to ernment are: SIDNEY NEW ments. achieve Prevatt, being
Harold F. Godwin K. Rivers Last, but large of
Roger mind
; Ann Joyce Strickland
ride herd Joyce certainly and
on the New York traf- MANS Chief of Police; E. D. least we leave not body, even larger
fic.The NORMAN, 'Dept. of Sanitation; Bessie Lee Dukes Barbara Jane Thomas Edward N. Greeq Robert A. Salmon agement to work you the enc wr my gift to Howell] Williams
brilliant young man being MARILYN COX, first Woman Jack Dale Griffis ,. enjoy a ,class so that you can will of gab, hoping that he
wheeled up in an isolation boothis Judge;' and EMOJEAN HALL, Carolyn Claire Douglass Evelyn Burnice. Tyler .I... Robert, Cecil Sapp as ours. trip as wonderful be able to get out of as
none other than HENRY NORMA JEAN JONES and JUDY Thomas Franklin Haines I many embarrassing situations
Arline Cornelia Forsythe Martha VanLandingham / Junius M. Smith, Jr. 6. To our class I have. as.
RICHARDE. After graduating HARRELL, city council members.Koch Joseph C. Harden Miss
.. Gloria Wilkinson Rodman struth Rosenberg and Mr. C0re' I, Billy Torode, being
James we a
Loedith Griffis St. Clair Harley, Jr. leave the job of (sober) character, do leave

'. Emojean Hall' Ann Williams James C. Harrell Marklee.Tomlinson. tome our thanks other class. We do sponsoring express "blue bag rights" to Mike Gold-my
wire on his class
Michael Lee Adams Edwin Torode, in given througha sponsorship trip
i Judith Vantrice Harrell Jerald Wilma Hicks William closing.us term now I I, Ann Williams will and be

William Roam Alderman Harmon Vasco Underhill queath my ability to get along
Moore 7.
Peggy Gayle Brian Kucera To the future With Mrs. Andrews
1i we
pledge phys. ed.
. .; Norma Jean Jones,_, '"' Ronald Lacy. Brown Thomas. T. Long, Jr. ... Gerald II. Williams the our best effort to live true tc to Jeanne Wait.I .
, -- > of the BM Alderman,
11bi"kM Bradford being of
: -
rvf t"Bi wr--- 7--
i Virginia Ann Jones hy'"Albert ji Ghee Charles -Williamson High School; to work that we questionable mind, do leave my '">.f'

I Claire Jean Mundy William Carl Broughton .Wayne' Evan Massey .. .' .'''Charles"'Roger. Williams I may+among: be the worthy to be numbered minute knowledge of trig to any
graduates of this non-campus menace who wants
1t Deloris Newman Robert Lee' Cain William :Frederick Moore, Jr. Wallace Wise school. it.

I. I, Jackie Prevatt, leave my :I I, Marvin Brown, do hereby
f ability to get along with Miss leave my place on the baseball

JEAN WINDY bas Rosenberg and still have a good club to Jimmy Wiggins
just putout ,
) -i t I. time to Vivian Garcia. I Frances Beck, leave myability
her shingle and is now a. L Martha
PROGRAMGraduation P'o VanLandingham, to make A's in lyping' to
May your' full-fledged doctor of, medicine. .. ., i leave the pickle jar at Koch's Maxine Williams.I .

GINGER JONES is serving with :" :<. Drug Store to Virginia Darby. Roger Rivers will my section
her as lab technician and nurse. Exercisesof ':f' 1, Emojean Hall leave to of the smoking area along

BARBARA THOMAS and BOB- : Nancy Dryden my ability to with my skipping ability to Wil

dreams BY SAPP are struggling- ,. '. skip school and go to ,all our fred Wagner.I .

teach the Bradford youth in the ...... \ :' -:.' secret hideouts at Hampton Lake Joe Harden leave my NO.

brand new high school. Bradford High School- .x,, ,' Without getting caught. (Continued on Page Three). ,
.:' :
Careers in the Navy have ": -tii .
com. !'rue : f
< ;,t '
-, '
and '.
WAYNE !: -
MASSEY from ',' ;
attending our reunion. They are .: MEMORIAL sfVDIUM ''. .. ., ,
f .t .
..i ; e-"" .
serving with the 6th fleet which : .
J f
\ .
is now stationed off the coastof \ S ,

1 Alaska where they are test- I'" III. ,
ing to see if polar bears ;are IE.5f.: .< .

good to eat, Selections and Processional ___ -_..:__ Bradford High School Band ,

Well, will you look at that! JL \' .. .

It's ROGER WILLIAMS, JERRY Invocation ________:::.____>ri;: _' '_----U Rev.: Lewis D. Haines a '
all wearing the uniform of the
Florida Highway Patrol. It Evening Prayer ____________._-_______L___________ Glee ,Club .

seems that they became so well / t 1

Drug Store acquainted with the highway Welcoming. Address _______ Frederick J. Pellum, Jr., Salutatorian F If
patrol in their I ;
younger days j3
that they decided to join
Starke, FloridaDenmark I Lei's take a ,walk through up. Facing the Future ___________________ Robert B. Meyers .

Central Park and then we'll 'go ,College of Education, University Florida \ h .

back to the hotel to see who .

? else has prrived. That young Presentation of Awards __________________, B. W. Payne d 1?> :7r
man in the red pants is IRVAN J'
\ Supervising Principal .
better known to .
*/. :
his old school mates as "Sticky <

Fingers Covington." He is nowa Presentation of Diplomas ________1=___________ H. P."Morgan .- .,.. '
detective in Gimbel's' Depart- County Superintendent of Public Instruction -. i\ -. fSSfa
ment Store right here in New */
f. RI
York City. With Irvan on their '
Farewell Address _______________ Nancy Lee Bates, ValedictorianAlma
Gimbel's dosen't have a I ;
thing to worry about. And if you I

look over there at that luscious Mater __-:_____________________ All Stand and Sing .
G apartment building you mightsee .

1) GAYLE ROWE, wife of 'the Recessional :'_____________________ Bradford High School Banding fa
t wealthy financier, J. P. ,Money

S baggs. There are three beauti- ..
ful young models out walking

through the park. It looks like around, sipping drinks 'mixed CHARLES WILLIAMSON.Hey ,, SON, inventor of the atomic

yes, it is, Claire DOUGLAS turn off that tele- powered
: by that singing bartender, you can opener, is on the
MARTHA VAN LANDINGHAMand vision and, let's waters me floor staff ,
TOM LONG. Tom has been work- at the same school. Now
SANDRA STRICKLAND.The show. The hotel is featuring a while
we are
speaking of brilli-
ing here since graduation from
three of Best &
romantic dance team billed as ant people, ,we mention
Company's highest paid models. the Massachusetts Institute of Alfonso 'and Mergatroidt but in JACKIE PREVATT must, who has

They also model for the Fashion Technology where he learned that; real life they are FREDDIE just graduated'from Penaicola

,. magazine "CHARM" of which two cups make a pint and a (Clumsey) MOORE and JOYCE Junior College. Jackie has the

NANCY BATES and MAXINE pint and a half' is plenty. The (Feet) BEAL. Music is being distinction of being_ the only
UCEt' 'ANDREWS are co-editors and kiddies think that's Captain oozed out by Wayne Mundorff girl ever to spend. 10 years in

doing very well at it too. Frilzaroo on TV, but you can't and his drum player, PANSY I I the same college and still be a

Over in Madison Square Garden fool us that'n ole FRITZ PEL- CROSBY. They sound mighty freshman. We are indeed proudof a

HAROLD GODWIN is 'upholding LUM. Fritz has soared to star- fine for a two piece .orcher,*. you, Jackie Prevatt. And

,, 1'Y his title...as world's greatest dom because of his striking resemblance The featured vocalist is that I I from an Atlanta hospital hereis I

i, champion of that new tennis to his predecessor, torchsinger, CAROL ANN PICK LOEDITH GRIFFIS, the dieti-
stroke In which the ball is hit Captain Kangaroo. Captain ETT. Her singing talent stemmed tion who prepares her patients /

once with the racquet and then Fnlzaroo's guest star today is from the hog calling days cf special meals Griffis:style. ,

with the head.. ANN WILLIAMS. none other than that fabulous her youth. We have a celebrated author
is running through the stands Yankee slugger, KENNETH Another,famous team is that among our class of great peo .

: selling autographed pictures of PARRISH. Kenneth is> appearingon of JOYCE DANNEY and GLO- ple. She is BLANCHE AND I

.S Harold. Also connected with the the show to raise money to RIA WILKINSON, the window REWS, author of the best, sell-

'apoAs field is JEROME ED- pay for the 'balls he's knocked washers. Unfortunately they Ing novel of the year, "How to /

Furniture Company WARDS. Jerome's gym ia a out of the park. Another celebrity have' been unable to work be- Cheat at Tiddley" Winks." ,Hay. Hardy Brothers Motor Company t -

... !if popular hangout for girfs only. in the field of athletics is cause Joyce has a pane; in her tag just returned from the wildsof # .
I ', Some of the gals who do ca- JAMES HARRELL, the fiery side. } Africa.is the great explorer 'c / _
r. esthenics to the zylhm of Je manager of the Boogerbottom Here comes LANE ELSEY, ABNER PARRAHORE. Soon Starke Florida
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of Starke rome's flourishing trumpet solos University football team lames president of ,the. University ofKansas Abner win tour the country and

-. .... .- *.. ., ". BECK 'JOYCE every .. what dignified lecture the subject Tanth-
1 ... :t "" B* 1 ;, .. are: FRANCES hand-picks/his squad .year. My on I Ii ,
--"- Stafkei on;da' y4 CROSBY, and EVELYN TYLER. Among the-members'of Ids fightIn' looking gentleman he 'is with ers Make Such Friendly Pets -

Well, now we're back at the team are: BRIAN .KUCERA :his gray ,flannel suit and corncob but Butterflya. are Better." _His

hotel! Some of the sang U dtt* BILLY j BROUGHTON', S ,and I pipe. "MARKLEE TOMLIN- (Continued, on Page' Two-), -

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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1937

I, : PROPHECYContinued Reelected,Head day of last. week. v .

r Of Starke FFA ., Members of Hampton Baptist THE RIGHT POINT for the

( from Page One) and. DELORIS NEWMANS. He grounds" Sunday, following. the way you write. Come' In and select -

has been chosen to morningservice, your.favorite ESTEKBROOK
IIJe asHTStant, ROBERT SAY uphold the Rudolph Sapp, candidate for honoring the -
duties Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
)ION. is not so able, since their his hia office because of the State 'FFA presidency, was Church had "dinner 'on the rWe

friendly panther bit him, but class outstanding prophecy of work 1957. on Ladies the re-elected president of the Starke .. ,. aF. second anniversary of Marvin .
you should see the Chapter, FFA, last week. Fade '
panther. .55 as Mr.
I and Gentlemen! The President of a 'S > aiti. pastor. and Mrs. : J -:
TOMMY HAINES, like his I Other officers named Wil Tony Gonzalez
WILLIS r Starke
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father .
has chosen
to deal with DAYTON.And bur Barry, vice-president; Ru special music d
souls. is for the. oc
Tommy shoemaker in .
a dolph Hutcheson,
now you ,can that reporter; Fred R
canon, both
Starke. GAIL REDDISH has die morning arid
also evening
ten short years class Stephens, sentinel; Gerald 'i4' Y$ r .
our ,
followed in her father's foot Norman, .d i tJ *fiti services. i
has made it's mark in the world. secretary, and Shi : M h
steps. She has been succesful In The Smith, treasurer. IIa ,
faculty of B. H. S. has
breeding a cow that will give us well to go out and meet prepared Rudolph Sapp and Gerald:Na'r, NORTH SIDE
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chocolate milk. the challenges of life. It's a man will be the chapter's delegates t45 p BAPTIST CHURCH -"""
Oh, there is one more personwe shame that they will to the State FFA conven :a. '
never Y., Sunday School; 10 a. m. Morn cOIgr.tult.
forgot to mention. Here he again have such good materialto tion in Daytona Beach June 10- n ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training J

comes now, followed by his two work with. 14.The S. Union,. 6:30: p.,, m. Evening Worship
cabinet members,' JUDY CASON THE END Starke Chapter's districtprizewinning 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting roe uel wah roe
string band will I .
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. t.. .
Hampton reenlisted in the also attend the convention to jh'
Stephens, Wood Starke : 9.tY welcome. E. C. Harvey. pastor.. lafwft.d .
unit this week. He la now be- vie. for state honors. The bandis IICCID.
Make High ScoresIn composed of James Cowarton
ginning his second 3 years of ,
Co. C FiringCWO service with. Co. C. Tyler the, harmonica rhythm; guitarJames Jimmy darK, \\}

Company C will not drill on electric guitar, and Ronald W. loll VI
John C. Stephens and '".
Sp-2 Chester E. Wood were tha Monday night, June 3. The next Brown, baas violin. '7 = yP '. ...'' IIffREGARDS

high scorers from Co. C, the scheduled drill, ,is, for June 10. .. '1,,.:.,''",." ,." i ) e
Starke National Guard unit, at Air Rifle Law t 'AND. OBI COMIUMINTI'ON ,our'meaY klends,
the Hospital Heads ;. J ( .
Blanding fire range last _
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weekend. Plan SeminarPlans EnforcementUrged ': \.
I Two Starke A lei E f
students have I -
Stephens was the top man with of- won top honors In the graduating class I "W.n dose:
CouncilThe School of Journalism' : (la uytag
for and
the ?JM rifle, shooting a total an educational semi- By of,, Florida Communications at the University Stwlll '
of1 '203 ;points out of a possible i nar for Florida hospital administrators Thornton Lee Hartley: (left), son 'ofAir.. and airs W J. \ ; John A. Torode
210. were outlined city's feathered friendswas Hartley of Longwood, Is shown holding ftoNI, r
Wood had the highest score by Dr. the Dillon Cop which he re /
with the carbine with 150 points Verne Kallejian, educational di- a topic for concern. of the ceived in recognition of "outstanding scholarship, professional attitude f Sam Rosenberg Shell Jobber

out of a possible 160.. All of rector of the American Hospital City Council last week as Council toward journalism, and promise! future contribution '
the .men in Co. C have qualifiedwith members discussed ways to State of Florid and to the
I Association, at a meeting In society through journalistic pursuits." .- & Son
the weapons with which protect them from boys with also elected to He was ...
Jacksonville on May 18. Meeting membership in Phi Kappa Phi,'national, \ \ Starke Fla.
they are armed. :BB guns. in honor society, \ ,
with Dr. Kallejian were Ben F. recognition of the, high standards i of 8l'J:_,__ _*'- ....1.IS. .
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Charles Johns said has .
1 Sp-3 Williamson pf Mrs. Ruby she I work at n I? WUUCTCU in ms tStarke,
Wilson of Ocala \ university. The other local I I
president of the! award winner fm ,
I II i seen boys with BB guns popping is Billy D. \
Florida Hospital Association, and I I 11;away at birds in certain areas Dansby Garland'Powell(right), son of Mr.'and Mrs.. B. O.-Dansby, who received the ; _5 ..

representatives of the various otthe/ eflty and wanted to Award as,the student showing the greatest potential t ,..
know if the law such value to the radio-television ( --
sized hospitals in the state.J. industry. Hartley has been residing in ]
,____S____._ __ R. Bornstein of Jacksonville activity. during the past school term and was.employed by the Brad
-. ford
Memorial City Attorney Arch ThomasJr. County Telegraph. He will continue with ,
representeo The
r hospital Lawrence D.the Payneof larger said that the city code makes full time basis following his graduation in June. Telegraph on a .
air rifles unlawful streets .
on city
Hospital, Jacksonville S
or alleyways and makes their Mrs. '\,
represented medium sized hos- last year, and 448 of the Collins granddaughter, :1:1Starke w
|pitals, and R. use permissive in city limits only deaths graduate"from
E. Edmondson, ad were attributed to speed Gainesville High :
against destructive animals on '
ministrator of Bradford County ing. Advocates of the 65 ml'e School. .-. : mat D

Hospital, represented the smaller a person's own premises. limit bill said it was designed Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Fnrsyth,
The Council members urged
group.J. help curb speeding.HAMPTON. and Mrs.
that the law be enforced and the Im .Knight and son
H. Monahan Jr. Ronnie'
executive birds protected. spent last weekend at
I 1 secretary of the Florida Hos 'vvvvvvymn..aa..n, Jacksonville Beach with the Otis

: pital Association, stated that Fcrayth fjnily. The latter I Hardware' ) !1
the 65 M.P.H. Speed a
educational seminar will be brought them home to Hamptonon f
i r held next fall under auspices of Sunday, and Mrs. Leaston CompanyStarke

the American Hospital Associ Limit Is Passed By Mrs. D. E. Hill Forsyth and daughter Delayne 0
aUon.I returned to Jacksonville Beachto

By LegislatorsThe A A A AA spend a few days. ,- Florida fi. F

LibraryNotes John Casey of Sioux City, Ia. Miss Betty Durling was a

II 65-mile per hour maxi was guest speaker at the Hamp- weekend visitor in Jacksonville.Mrs. F
xr ton Christian Church L. A. Hall
Sunday visited the
.Now that hot mum speed limit bill was pass-
weather is really ed by the Legislature last week morning, and members of the Clyde Israels in Archer on MonT -
hro here, why not 'relax with church .held a
f that fellowship dinnerat -
it and sent to Governor; Collins for
book you've been promising the city hall following -rv .5
your his signature.The services .
firora? self you'd read one of .
t these days .
... bill provides for a firm
or try cut
a practice Wayne Matchett, son of Mr. ,
of hour
V ** *** hands speed limit 65 miles per
The world;needs "Contract bridge with Geren's : in daytime and 55 at night The and Mrs. Marshall Matchett, leftMon'day
BridgeComplete," Florida Turnpike Authority still for Langley Field, Va. 1 t
(pyta SfewtU which you will find in
ideas. your Pub has the power to set the speed to work during the summer. He \ i
your new lic Library along with thesetitle .
maxium at 70 miles per houron has just completed his junior
which are recommendedfor turnpikes, and the State Road year at the University of Florida, I
Summer reading: Department can still set speeds in electrical engineering. v

The Actor by Niven Busch; lower than 65 m.p.h. where Mr. and Mrs. Glenn MacIntosh {

B. T. Important People, by Robert highways conditions warrant it. spent last weekend in Bal- .I( R 5\

THOMAS Van Gelder;; Good Morning, Young At the prestent time, Floridahas sam, N. C. ., -
Lady, by Ardath Kennelly Yonder obsolute limit law ,
; no speed Mr. and Mrs. David
LUMBER CO. by Margaret Bell Gouston; although there is ,a statute that of Jacksonville were Younker visiting Q8 F.
Come Tell Me How You Live 60
speeds over prima here .
Friday, and attended ..
graduation -A-
by Agatha Christie Mallowan; facie evidence of reckless driv \ 1 y r ,
Starke, Florida at Hampton w .
Angel, by ClarenceBuddington 1
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Elementary School.
ing.Florida / i
Kelland; Out of the had 11,205 persons ,
Past, by Patricia Wentworth. killed in highway accidents Mra Wilson Bedenbaugh was 4sia2Meup. We Ue proud I
admitted to the hospital in Pa- I
latka last WppkpntJ. ... s... ._MI -taportoitf principal ftIJ and CLASS OF '57
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.,: the funeral of her nephew, La- r \. r'-. .. ', ,, for tawing n l"IL't
I1J maD r Payton, 10, in Keystone ; great occasion.Western .. _
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t THE Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne were 7. UIIry 14 i- w**
Mrs. J. H. McAlheny, Mrs. > .iF' I
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S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wil- r Auto .

MAKES.. THE. BIG DIFFERENCE! lams and son of Tampa, and
-- -..- .- Barbara Sue Barksdale of Starke. I 0f1957
q/ Miss Connie Sweeney, 'daughter +. Associate Store

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graduated Friday evening '
IJETTER} UNARMING from, the Gainesville High School., Cleaners Roberts JewelryStarke Hany H. Rabb, Manager
M rs. Betty May, Mrs. Rdbert Starke, Fla. I

Cox and daughter, and Mrs. C. I

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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins

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I Last Will And TestamentContinued Millhopper skip school and, go slide to down the Devil's ft, to a .e ', .......-...... _.y. ...., er meeting. ,at Long Branch of Jacksonville visited Ruth," .krr--;::

Edwin },[otJey. Church Thursday of last week. last Sunday.Our .

( I, CLAY HILL Last; Saturday night, Rev'mg- Bible School begins June
from Page One) duties: Singing in the,, hall at Joyce Beal, leave Rudolph 1 don
Hutcheson, regretfully. "preached for us at ,Clay Hill 10. All children please try to be
19 on the football team to Jerry and time, making funny noises, I, Deloris Newmans leave : tit ', ''_ by ftln. J, U Strickland and really displayed"The Handwriting at the church on Saturday Jute
Gibson.I keeping up the school spirit.I my i '
it on Wall
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Sandra Strickland, leave Marklee Tomlinson, leave ability to type 20 words a minute .&&&&&&&&.4&&A&.&&&& terson will' be with fin again to register.Don't
my and still i
my title of "Host Intellectual"and make C's to Patricia forget the Sunday
ability to. roll. up my hair in Alvarez.I Shelby Jean Carbert celebra- Saturday night, June 8. All are hereon
School meeting to be held
: my ability get along with ,
Miss invited.
Rosenberg's class to ted her .
any teachers to Mark Moore.I Tom Haines, leave my short 11th birthday* anniversary June 20. Refreshments will
lucky Junior who can get away with a party last We' wish to remind
legs and half-shaved head toCharles Sunday you that be asrved.
with Waype
it. ,
afternoon at the home of her next Sunday, June 9, is Home
mind at all, leave to Freddie Noegel.I Edwin Griffis 5f Orlando wasa
I, Nancy Bates, leave to grandmother, Mrs. Ernie Pad- coming Day at day Hill Church.
Stephens I James Gnann will weekend guest of friends and .
to ,
ability with section -
Lavora Capps my place on the my go : my gett. After playing several Rev. W. D. Jones and J. L. Strick
girls and not be of the smoking relatives here.
cheerleading squad, hoping that henpecked.I Allen Cochrane.I area, to games, refreshments of ice cream, land will be the main speakers.We The following eachers'e \ j
she will cheer at more basket- Billy Broughton, hereby cake, and punch were servedto plan to have speciaf music," ].

ball games than I did.I leave to Raymond Moody all my Joyce Crosby, leave my 'ti 'f r fg? i yk,e S ,? .YHa.t C tw.r the guests. Shelby Jean and and all are invited to stay for been Principal named Miss foi the Debbie Bible Phillips School;:
year's test papers and "cheat ability to skip school and to her sister dinner.
Mike Adams, bequeath to shows go A '- + z. dt t ""' ",a; w t: rY .-, Betty, are spending f Intermediates, Mrs. Ona Haxdee
the sheets to Robert Bowen.I part Of the summer with Irene I Sorry to hear that
Senior Class o: 58 my red I Volley Mos- and Mrs. Lois Chism; 'junior
can of paint and high altitude I, Judye, Harrell,' leave my Loedith Griffis leave my and Ernie. Their mother, Mrs ley is back on the sick list. Girls, Zettie Padgett and Ellen

paint brush! Florida History notes. to Betty ability to keep quiet in all my Charles Corbert, returned tq Lee Green, who has been quite Norman Beginners, Betty Star

I, Johnny McGhee, hereby Farkas.I classes and still not hear a word her home in 'North Carolina last ill for some time, is much improved ; Prescott
$.. ling; Primary, Rachel :
I will my legs td Junior Cole so 'Jerome Edwards, being of the teachers says to Sophia At, week. in health and able to be Junior Boys, Ruby Mosley and

he will always be in class on safe aid sound (I hope) mind, kins.i- I i Starke' newest gasoline station; an outlet for the Imperial Flori Last. Friday. afternoon our out of bed for a good part'of Iris Pendarvis.GOOD .

I r time. do leave my ability to lie witha Fritz rellum, being of sound da Oil Co., made :its grand opening last Friday Saturday and Sun daughter's two dogs were bitten the time.
We, Roger Williams, Jerry straight face, under any or mind, such as it is, do hereby by a large rattlesnake and We'missed our 'Sunday School
Williams, and Jerry Hicks, leave deal,' to Burge Searing.I leave my wit my pride, my brains day. Manager of the new station on North_ Temple avenue is Ed died. Jim Strickland, who helped Superintendent. last Sunday. He

f the supervision of Bradford High Brian Kucera, do solemly and title of "Professor" to Gary Hall. Gordon Wager is assistant manager and Ray Howe, night kill the snake after thedogs was at, home sick, but was able

School to"anyone who will takeit. leave to Ray Judd my ability to I Elsey. operator. The doer prize featured in'the opening activities was won were bitten, said it was one of to .be back with us Sunday eve

come to school on the morning I, Gayle Rowe, leave Room I by C.. Klein and Saturday by Beverly Bryan. The prize for Sunday the largest rattlers he has ever ning. Gertie Fairdoth was un

i I, E. D. Norman, do hereby after the night before 711 in New York to any energetic No. 435551, has not yet been claimed. seen. It seems this Is a good able to be with us* in church '.

leave my ability to have "good I, Jean Mundy, leave the con- group of Junior girls who go on home for them Numerous ones Saturday night and Sunday and .. ;d ojI .. "

luck" in ag. to Ralph Martin. tents of my glove compartment the class trip next year.I Monday night, Junior Choir re I fTTWVTVYYTTTVYVTYTVYTTTTJ1EILBRONN. have been killed on this property... we hope she will soon be out

f .. I, Norma Jean Johns, leave to Judy Dankel.I Bud Harley, leave my title hearsal, 7:30. Tuesday night, George Mikell conducted pray- again.

i to Ruth Perry, my ability to be Joyce Danney, leave my of "Cutest" to Lonzo Kirkland.I Adult Choir rehearsal, 7:30. Wed
i Name in which ........................
j a "Soda Jerk" all during her half of the contents of Jean James C. Harrell, being of nesday night Prayer. Meeting, Dodd. assessed Fred'S. I

senior year.I Mundv's_ glove compartment to sound mind, leave with no intention 8 o'clock. Sunday School now All of said property being In
I of of coming back. I also Uy Bin. Anoel NOnnaDi&&AA&&A&A&&AAAAAA& the County of Bradford, State HIGHLANDDy
Lane Elsey, being un Lera Lawaon. begins at 9:45 instead of 10. Florida. of 1WI =

sound mind and corrupt morals,. I, Sidney Newman, leave my leave my knowledge of automo Come and bring the family.Mr. Unless such certificate or certi

do hereby leave the same to the'' ability to get 'along with the bile' racing to Ronald Wiggins. : and Mrs. Carl Sapp, Mrs. [to toots law: shall the be property redeemed described according: !In.. Lacy NormaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi .

incoming senior class of B. H. S. 'teachers and my good driving :I, Marilyn Cox, unwillinglyleave Truman Norman and 'son, Mrs. Mrs.. Helen Sapp was hostessat such certificate or certificates will in

7, Barbara Thomas leave my habits to Jerry Suggs. Freddie to make the most E. C. Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. a bean-shelling one day last the be sold court to house the highest bidder at ,AAAAAAMr. l .\..

ability to step out of my graduation I, Claire Douglas, leave to of the rich and wonderful ex- Carl Brown were among those week. Those enjoying the day Monday in month door of on July the, 1957.first and Mrs. Lacey Normanand

gown, into my wedding Mary Starling my title of "Most periences of being a senior. attending Homecoming at Evergreen -, and helping Mrs. Sapp were Mrs. which Dated is this the 23rd 1st day of July, 1957. son were .supper guests of .. .. t

I gown, to Iris McCullough.I Courteous. I, Ginger Jones, leave to Bob Church Sunday afternoon)]Raleigh Conner and children,, Charles A. Darby day' of May, 1957. Rev. and Mrs. George Chism in 1c6lersmta4

I' I, Tom Long, being of ques- I, Maxine Andrews, -leave Sylvia Taccia my Senior Superlative Baby. Lynn Sapp is on the and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. ford Clerk County of Circuit, Court of. Brad- Moniac, Ga. Monday night.. 'I '

tfbnable character, do hereby be Paulk to the mercy of B. H. "Moat Dependable," and my ability sick list. Cecile Conner .enteredthe Mrs. Sapp was able to get quitea < Florida'5/31 4t 6/21 Mr. and Mrs Berton Caruthers a or stwN"r :.

queath to any Junior boy who S. and hope that she can handle to know when "to take a Starke hospital Thursday few beans fixed for her freezer. ..

i goes on the class trip my can the roblems better than I. walk." for surgery.A Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Gillyardof r I I

of instant snow (shaving lather) I, Pansy Crosby, leave my I, Gail Reddish, leave my po birthday party was givenin I Daytona Beach were recent '- -, n

I to be used as seen fit if and ability to work in the libraryto sition on the powder-puff football honor of Douglas Brown on J guests of relatives here. (IYr. -
when it fails to snow in New team to any tough Junior girl.To and ,.
Rudolph Sapp.I \ his 4th birthday anniversary last Mm J. S. Sapp of ', (1
York. Ronald Brown, hereby leave ,I the furnace we bequeathour Saturday afternoon. Games were :Starke, and Mrs. Morgan Heathof .

I, Smith DeVoe, being of my talent and friendliness to mycousin i textbooks. It is our hope that enjoyed by the 12. young guests I Ft. Lauderdale were recent LUCK /'I' "\

sound mind just hope to leave! Adro Brown.I when winter winds' howl in the and refreshments of ice cream 'visitors in our community.The fie 1

I, Gayle Moore, leave my Butch Smith, being of coming term, the fire burningin cake, and punch were served by, Training Union enjoyeda is 1 "'-"

I. place in the hall to Kay Wai- sound mind, hereby do leave :my the furnace will cause a Mrs. Carl Brown and Mrs. Orene I fish fry at the church one fac4.
rath, and hope that she will warmth in the rooms of this
< and Cowart ,After
good \ my hot car, my I night: recently. supper;
'I stand in it every chance she gets.I ability to get along with the high school, and will bring a group singing was enjoyed. f fi

Jack Griffis, do hereby to LaMee. reminder of our happy days here.
girls Larry
Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Beard
leave these words of advice to In witness whereof we have
I Blanch leave
my have! moved to Tampa. We wish
Phillip Clark: "Never cheat or hereunto caused'the signatureof -
talent to
drawing Judy Gandy. them much happiness in their
do dishonest work unless you I. Melissa Stallings, leave my the senior president and the SCt.QO' new: home.

think you can get away with It." ability to pet along with Mr. senior secretary to be affixed, I .
! I, Irvan Covington, being of Cowen to Elissa Stefanelli.I and acknowledge this documentto and the names In which it was I i .. / ::
sound mind and the seniors assessed are as follows: J
goof-off, leaveto Bessie Dukes, being of be official act of Certificate No 69. I
Archie Green some of my: sound mind, leave my ability to of 1957 of the Bradford High Dear Gene: Year of Issuance 1955. i .,, + ,, m
I II I School. It has been pleasure to fol Description of Property: W 330 >> I
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I[ Done at Bradford High Schoolthis ,I low, through the Telegraph, which Sec24T9SIt".EE I

.. the 29th day of May, 1957.. I receive every week, the Centennial
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... j Bradford High School Seniors; news and description of ,. 3. -
a ; JOE HARDEN, President activities regarding :state. To --. + .

;. i -- NANCY BATES, Secretary see pictures of many local peo ,

: pIe who I came in contact with ,
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I I II TT..TTTTTT. and knew personally during my I ,. ,

:. .. \ ,I years in Starke and Camp Bland- i 1

II I i!I NORTH SIDE ing brought back many fond I I 1

.. I II i memories.I .

I I I By Mrs. Carl BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA want toy' congratulate *you: i .. .
t 'e 1 ; 1 y,
,, and your able staff for producingthe ,
.d' M very tops in your recent Centennial ._
r M If will re ,1
. t Little Larry Johns of Jacksonville edition. you whiSkercontest t

,,, ;.".;+ I I spent last week with Gregory call, I advocated a chin ago' which I .. :- 1 ''' Starke Builders!
.. and Jimmy Alvarez. a few years ao
from all of us ; The Bill Wilsons of Miami was similar to the Centennial, ,l?. Su h::
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Carter and with quite a bit of response?
.., were guests of the Oscar
.. ..... family Wednesday of last week. However, what you folks have .. -

to all of you; ;;; The North Side WMU met last done this time is far superiorto 1I Starke 'FJor da

.. the home of my meager effort. I ,
.. Monday night at
the paper every
,., Miss Dora Clark. Mrs. G. L. I really enjoy eSuperintendent

a.. Sapp, former WMU president, week, which enables me friends to really in I of Public Instruction

.., resigned and Mrs. Orene Cowart hear from myoId
i .. it with the Bradford County
read ,
.F was elected to fill the vacancy.Mr. Starke, and I I.
.a 'I am sure 1be
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enjoyment. -
i tta and Mrs. G. r.;. Sapp and utmost
:: will
grandson, Leon, visited G. L.'s that the residents of Starke -
O :: the Various
I C .v mother, Mrs. Susan Sapp, who alwayja remember .
.. I came out with RGed rrili6i }
I is ill in a Jacksonville hospital.E. contests that

Luck) ..".. I C. Harvey and family were every so often, when in business grttt ttccto. r- ,' .
Club"shootlng" \
.. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. I. there. Especially the Lions f .- I I
.. Alvarez. when T. Frank Lan- r <.
and Mrs. .
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Wed "died with !
.. Mrs. Oscar.: Carter spent drum \. .. .
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.. Yours as ever,
N John Aguiar. .
and Intermediate Harley F. Strong
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Class organizationwas Turf Time Shop I ,

A r. rasi a a ta .' held Thursday night of last Galveston, Texas J. R. KellyTax 4 .

week at the church. Refreshments

Hart Furniture CompanyGraduates were served during the social Collector r -
hour.We revival to TAX DEED
are planning Q ,
House 3111 No. 1862 '
Starke Florida
begin June 14 with emphasis on NOTICE IS HEREBY( GIVEN, ,
t: ia' ]h I Everyone is that Ann Bissell. the holder of R
PJOI.i! [ ( iS'V the young people. the following certificates had filed i
invited to attend and bring the said certificates for a tax .deed I
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ice, made soil and capabilitymaps [ be issued thereon. 'The certifi-| ?'lorid'. NE%. of NWK EX ""

Home DemonstrationS 'for Willie Reddish, C. C. Rudolph Sapp !ate numbers and years of issuance, Unless'such certificate or certi-j 5 A in SW Cor '

$ ; Crosby Cedric Rosier, Ben Sus- the description of the property. I icates: shall be redeemed according &' EX 2 A in NE
tr indo the names in which it was I::0 law the property described in Cor 32 I 22 33 Gus ilcFashlon 9.73
low and Big Boy Prevatt. These issesseff-are as 'foUows: such certificate or certificates wille ,
; will be used to Certificate No. 43. 1> sold to the highest bidder at Com at NE Cor of
S maps preparea Enters Race For Year of
I he: court house door on the first NWK of SE% run -
byDOROTHY complete soil and water con- Description of Property: Beg at Monday in month of July.' 1957, W 420ftS 315 \ .

,. ROSS servation farm plan. There soils SW Cor of NWV4 of SW% & 1 which is the 1st day of July 1957. ft for POB. W 64 -
run E along % sec line' 560 ft Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957. ft. S105ft, E 39 .
: E I Home Demonstration Agent maps show; the different types of State FFA Chief for POB. N 200 ft E 50 ft S. Charles X Darby ft. to W R/W of ',; _4 ,. '.
individual 200 ft to. line W Rd 200. N along P .'
soil that, .are on the % sec. along! Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- '."'. '
H. sec line 50 ft to POP Sec ford County. Florida W RrtV 163.4ft ":k- :. -.t-" .' .> ,
Food Conservation and son, Roger, Mrs. Pauline To- farms and the different physical 22, J. 6 SRZZF, 5/31 it 6/21 W lit ft to FOB 32 t I' *. 22. % L. Anne Hume ;' 5.2T

:. Folks these days are busy conserving I, rode, and Miss Dorothy Ross. features that are important toa Name In which assessed George 1 Lot as desc DB --, _- ', ''',' .

food and rightly so with Rural Life Sunday good conservation program.S. "l Griffin.All of said 'property being: In NOTICE OF tPPLICATIOX 77 Page 335 33 I 22 A. J. Carver, 0' UZ
aU the fresh vegetables in season Sunday was known nationally the County of Bradford State of Hoase Bill N.. 1862 ,Nth of NWI4 of 1 .

and the berries getting ripe. as Rural Life Sunday or, as the R. Marco, A. R. McRae, and I I J&. Florida.Unless such certificate or. certificates NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. NWEXW5A I
holder of &EX3AinNE
that Ann Bissell, the
to eat 4-H girls call it, 4-H Club Sunday the Dis- shall be .
These foods are good Cecil Crawford used redeemed according the following certificates had filed Cor 346 22 12 Tommy Gill %S.U

fresh now and wUl be nice to In the different communities trict's seeder cultipacker. Marco .J to such law certificate the property or certificates described will in said certificates for a tax deedto '
be issued thereon. The certifi- Carl Johns
kave on hand for later use. the, girls attended church used the seeder to plant Indigo be sold to the highest bidder at cate numbers and years of issuance Tax Collector ,

to the and the minister recognized McRae usedit the court house door on the first of the City of
Pickles are important together and Pensacola Bahia, 1t" the description property. Starke. Florida
in ..,
Monday month of
July 1957, and the names in which it was 5/17. It.. .trrIB ....
and their them from the pulpit. In ---
their flavor Crotalaria. I -- -
neal for to plant Giant which is the 1st day of July. 1957. assessed are as follows: 1 "

trisp spiciness that stimulates Starke, they went to the Methodist Dated this 23rd day of May 1957. Certificate No. 38. \ the Clrevlt Ce.rt of tke Eighth ...

the other whole- Church. The girls plan tc Charles A. Darby. Year of Issuance 1955. Judicial Circuit of Florida IB and THE RIGHT POINT for the
Clerk of Circuit Court
appetites of Brad
Frank Norman used the Dis- Description of Property: NU of For Bradford Coutyi
some food in the meal. rotate among the different mow the ford County Florida Foil Desc property S 153% ft !. Ckamvery way you write. Come' In and select

churches ,each year. I trict's Rotary mower to 5/31 4t 6/21 of SE% of Blk 6 S of R 4 W& Ethel Holmes Plaintiff, vs. Lee
We would like to pass cur fav- over-growth on his pastures. Fracs S of Blk C S of R 4V Roy Kalch. Jr. et al. Defendants. your favorite ESTERBROOE

orite sweet pickle recipe on to This observance was carried aLso"used the NOTICE OP' APPLICATION being 2 A in SW Cor of NE% Order of Publication aid Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
of Lynn Hamilton FOR TAX DEED of SW% In Temples S/D.. Sec. Notice To Offend
you. Many have tried it and out as one of the projects rotor mower to control the weeds Hoaae Bill N.' 1883 21. T. 6 S R 22 E THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

agree that the pickles are tasty the newly formed 4-H County his place at Lawtey.Pat NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Name in whicn assessed P. D. Helen Bennett and Eugene A. Bennett -
Council. on Rudolph Sapp. 16-year-old that Ann Bissell, the holder of Reddish.All of South Bend. Indiana, whose the Clerk of the Circuit Court ea er
and crisp.Cucumber A. Miller B. C. Holtzen- the following certificates had filed of said property being in residence is otherwise unknown; before the 24th day of June, 1937;
Crbps Important Dates Maurice EdwardsJr. Bradford, High junior,'has entered said certificates for a. tax, deedto the County of Bradford. State of Juanita Hankims and Midhael Han- otherwise the allegations of said
dorf Jr., and i the race for the be Iss ed' thereon. The certifi- Florida. kins of Lansing, Michigan, whose Complaint will be taken as tontess-
Soak 7 pounds of fresh cu. June 10-15, Girls Short Course used the District fertilizer presidency of cate numbers and years of issuance, Unless such certificate or certificates [residence is otherwise unknown; ed by )'OIL

cumbers (not peeled), sliced one- in Tallahassee. spreader to fertilize their pas- the State Future Farmers of and the the description names in of which the property it shall be redeemed accordingto Lea Kalcb McFeeters and R. P. This notice shall be published- once
was I whose residence Is
/(fourth inch thick in 2 gallons of July 1-6 Girls camp at Camp turea. Gerald Norman used the America. assessed are as follows: .such law certificate the property or certificates described will in McFeeters Grafton Virginia; Karl H. Zeig- each weeks week In the for Bradford four Coonty consecutive T lgrtph. .

/ lime water ((3 cups hydrated or McQuarrie.July I F. F. A. tractor and the District Rudolph this week re-elected Certificate Year of Issuance No. 70. 1955. be sold to the highest bidder at I let whose residence is Cypress -
Creek. Severna Park. Md.; JosephC.
slacked lime to 2 gallons water) 22-26. Women's State fertilizer to fertilize the to the presidency of the Starke Description of Property: S% of the Monday.court in house month door of on July the 1957 first, Zeigler. whose residence is Dated this 16th day of May. 1957.

for 24 hours. Drain and soak for Council Meeting and Short I football field. Chapter, FFA, has been activein T8SR22E SE%, of SW% of NWJ4 ,See 25 which is the 1st day of July. 1957. Cypress Creek, Severna Park (Official Clerk Seal}of Charles the CircuIt A. Darby
Maryland and if married his unknown Court.
4. hours in fresh water, changing Course in Gainesville. Pee Wee Dampier used the FFA work for- the---- 'nat i--- u"-_- | Name in which assessed f Mae B. Charles Dated A.this Darby 23rd day of May 1957. wife; Karl H. Zeigler. Jr.. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clark

water every hour. Drain again. to mow years and won honors in parliamentary Speed, Agt. Clerk of Circuit Court .of Bra d- whose residence is Severna Park, 5/24 4t 6/14
District rotary All of said property ieing in ford County, Florida Maryland and whose mailing ad- I
:Make a syrup of 5 lbs. sugar 31 his pastures. We were discussing procedure and public the County of Bradford, State of 5/31 it 6/21 dress is P. O. Box 763. Severna

pints of cider vinegar, 1 when Pee Wee speaking.The Park. Maryland and if married his
wildlife plantings
unknown wife: Evelyn Panne- NOTICE TO APPEAR
spoon each whole cloves, whole remarked that the quail food election of. 'the state FFA packer individually and as domiciliary IB Cirralt Caart. BraCIard Caar.cn

allspice, celery seed, and 4 sticks he made were sure officers will be S NOTICE- administratrix of the estate -, Floridai IB Cha.e.rrAlease .
: held
plantings during the I deceased .
of cinnamon (broken). Bring to of Cleon Pannepacker, Turner, Plaintiff, vs. Willie
state whose residence is 204 :L.
looking good. convention in Daytona Turner Defendant.
Notice Is
hereby '
given that the
followingdescribed lands will be
boil the cucum Newtown. ,
over Aven.ue.
a ,
Beach June 10-14. sold at Public Auction on the 7th day' of June, 1957. at City Hall ennsylvania; Cleon I.. Pannepacker, :Notice to Appear Case No. 10-2132
bers'and let stand overnight. City of Starke County of Bradford State of Florida to the
The next morning boil for one = OHSM.OWSHEKTH = .Rudolph was recenUy the win- all amount, due for taxes herein set opposite to the same together pay I with Jr.Bush.. David the Pannepacker residence of and each Anna of To: Willie and address L. Turner i&: ,Unknown.whose residence
WashingtonNews costs of
such sale and
hour. Pack cucumbers in hot ner of the district Soil Conservation advertising.DescrlptlOB whom is unknown; and all unknown You are hereby notified that a
persons claiming any Interest suit tar .
sterile jars. Cover with boiling Soil Conservation ,speaking contest and S. T. In the hereinafter described and control of minor care child, custody
R.\ere. Taxes
winner of the FFA as the heirs, grantees, creditors has been
hot syrup to which a garlic button public speakIng property filed against you in the

has been added just before N-E-W-S LetterBy contest. For the past two Lot9ofBlk2fn Sunny Acres S/D Albert Tyson 1.77 through.or under other or againt claimants the following by, above you are named required Court to and serve cause a copy and

pouring in jars. Seal and processin years he has been a member of I known persons who are of your answer or pleading to the

hot water bath for 10 min By BIO Haas the parliamentary procedureme Lot 4of Blk 2 In z I dead, to-wit: William KalchreUter, complaint on the Plaintiffs Alto
a Acres also known as William Kalch deceased -
utes. Chill before serving. Soil Conservation Service Billy Matthews of their opposition to this Sunny Robert Dell 1.7'1All ; Lee Roy Kalch. also knownas neyT.. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box

tomatoes team. WU of Blk S S ., \ Roy Kalch, deceased; Clifford 46. Starke, Florida
NOTE: ((1) Sliced I Kalch deceased; Letitia Panne- and file the
ofR4WEofW '
original la tha
.. office
may be used instead of cucum- The other day I stopped' at SOIL BANK IN TROUBLE Besides being elected to'two line of NE% of packer, deceased"; Vera Panne- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on of

I I SW% Temples S/D 21 I 22 5 Rufus RIgsby 664 packer Zeigler deceased; Cleon or before the 17th day of
You to reduce Zedra June,
bers. Hamilton's
((2)) may place. He Last weeks the House Passed terms as president of the Starke Pannepacker, deceased: 1957; otherwise. the allegations

this amount of sugar by planted some', Gator Rye, a new appropriations bill for the Department Chapter, he has also served as All that Portion of I' You are hereby notified that a said Complaint will ba, taken as of
has been instituted against
E1ofBikSof suit by '
one and a half or two cups. variety that was put out for of Agriculture and president of the Bradford Chapter R 3 W Temples i you in the above named Court and I This notice you.shall be published.

Senior 4-H Girls CookOutThe seed production by the Quincy Farm Credit Administration for for a summer. During the SID that lies in cause wherein Ethel Holmes Is once each week for four consecutive
Starke senior cli- NE% of SW% EX plaintiff, and you and each of you, weeks In the Bradford
girls Experimental Station. Zedra fiscal year 1958. The big newsis 1955- 56 school year, Rudolph E3Oft&EXW ,. and also. Lee Roy Kalch, Jr.. E. Telegraph. County

maxed their club year with a says it looks to him that Gator the vote to suspend operation served as reporter for the Bradford 100 ft and EX N I .E. Wasdin. Lester Kalch. Ruth Dated this 14th day of May 1957.
swim and cook-out party at 296K ft 21 I 22 David Canter C.32 Kalch Leah Kalch McFeeters, R. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.
Rye is a heavier seeder and Darby
a Bank Chapter.The
of part of the Soil pro- B. McFeeters. Marguerite Kalch Clerk of the Circuit Coin

Mrs. Pauline Torode's home on little later grower/ walked'out at the end of the present .candidate is also activein Lot 3 & 4 oflk1 Wollard Samuel S. Wollard Jr.. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Kingsley Lake Friday afternoon. into that, field with Hamilton I gram In Gabagan S/D -= James Clark. Jr. 4 09LotlofBlkl and Pearl Kalch. are defendants; 5/17 4t 8/7
calendar year. The church and school affairs. He that the property involved in said -
Those enjoying the afternoonof and it was-head high to me, Bank program of the Ad- In ) suit is situate in Bradford 'County -
is the BHS Library
Florida and described as:
Gahagan S/D EXRW
fun were Elizabeth Prevatt, sq that's pretty high. Zedra ala -' The NOTICE APPEAR !
minstration has two parts: PARCEL 2
Club and is a leader in Sunday Ivory Morris 2.27Lot ; IB Circuit Caart
Theresa Thomas, Joann Mobley, > has some Coastal Wheat grow- acreage reserve program and the! School activities at his church. North Half of Southeast Quarter Florida IB Caaaeery.Bradford Caaaty

Carolyn Ward, Patricia and Caro- ing, which he feels will make a 8 of Blk 1 In :'}. :I Northeast Quarter (Ntt of James Isaac Melton, Plaintiff
conservation reserve program. '1- !". vs.
for the state posts Gahagan S/D EX
Campaigning 21 Goldie
lyn Pellum and their mother > SEH of NW%) of Section Ellen Melton. Defendant.
good seed crop. reserve program I R/W Aaron Holley 2.2 Township 7 South, Range 23
The acreage is not expected to get into full S ."..H Case No. ioi
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Mrs. F. J. Pellum, Marilyn and last for three! I: East; .. etice To Appear -
to '
was designed swing until the convention opens. Lot 3 of Blk 2 In. u To
Linda Cox and their mother C. H. that the relief sought Is the part!. : Goldie Ellen Melton, whose
Young Soil Scientistfor Gahagan S/D Lemon
I years while the conservation re- Rudolph raid that the only opposition ,,.,. Levy. 1.111 Ition I of said property and the establishment residence and address is: Route 1.
Mrs.: E. L. Cox. Mrs. J. R. IGaha&an Lumberbridge
Kelly the Soil Conservation Serv- zvsrve program was set up on a he knows of so far will LotSofDlktIn and satisfaction of You are hereby, North Carolina.
certain equitable liens between the notified that
{long-time basis for ,seven to ten come from a Plant City youth. SID Nola Harden 1.77 parties; and you are summoned for divorce has been filed against a suit

1\ years. The six basic crops Lots 8. 9, 10 of Blk ...!f-i: ; J i. -- ,. ordered and required to file your you cause in and the above named Court and
written Answer or defenses to.,the you are required
2 in Gahagan S/D .r I. William Wesley 2.32 to serve
rice a
corn, wheat, cotton, pea- Amended Complaint as to said copy of your answer or pleading

RAUM'STV nuts and tobacco are eligible Lot19,23oflk 2 Parcel 2 in said cause in the officeof to the complaint on the Plaintiffs
benefits. In acreage reserve part of the Soil &LotlZofBlk: .-' .-< the undersigned Clerk of said Attorney lAlfred C. Scott, 301 Smith
for acreage reserve in diStrict "3 of Court In Starke. Florida, on or Building, Jacksonville 2.
I Bank. For example, our Gahagan S/D : Ham, Cohen 3.32 and Florida
1956. $223 millions were spenton I, before the 26th day of June, 1957 file the original In the office of
& RADIO one-fourth of our the Clerk
SERVICE and it in interesting about Lot 13 of Blk 3 In 21 f!' and to serve a copy thereof on of the Circuit Court on
this or before
program flue-cured tobacco acreage has Gahagan SDI Samson White 2.65 Hollis V. Knight, plaintiff's attorney 1957 the 17th day of June.
to note that $179 millionof '. whose address is Starke ; otherwise the allegations
228 S. Walnut St. Starve Florida been signed up in this reserve. said date said Compaint will of
this total went. to the commercial lot lying In SW'4of Florida, on or before confessed be taken as 8
This means that farmers are .receiving NW% of.$E% required by the Laws. of Florida This by you. '
corn area concentratedin the lOOftN&5.by and the Florida Rules of Civil notice, shall b.e published I
mid-western 'states. Sc about 40 percent 50 ft E &: W as Procedure. If you fail to so do, a once each wiek for four consecutive
": *the 90 percent of parity for not pro- dele in DD Bk 71 decree pro confesso wllP" be entered weeks In the Bradford County Tele

I PHONE 509 l farn 1957, $611 millions have ducing tobacco. This lack of tobacco Pg 215 22 I 21 Frank Ward J.77 against you for the relief demandedin graph.Dated this 14th
the complaint.IT of
been committed and distributed (OFFICIAL SEAL May, 1957.
production has' already Com at''SW Cor of IS HEREBY ORDERED that Charles )
among agricultural commoditiesas damaged the economy in the NWK of SW% this order and notice shall be published Clerk A. Darby
LATEST follows: Cotton, $153 mill- 'run E46OftN once each week for four By Marlon of the Circuit Court.
SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT areas where our flue-cured to- 210 ft. E 100 ft '. consecutive weeks in Bradford L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
ions: wheat $230 millions; corn, for POB N 200 .,.' 5/17
INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT o bacco farmers live and further County Telegraph, a newspaper 4t 6/7
$196 millions; "tobacco, $17,800000 ,- ft. E SO ft S < published in Bradford County FU-
damage will undoubtedly be felt 200 ft, W 50 ft to rida and having general circulation IB NOTICE TO APPEAR
; rice, $14,800,000; and nothing POB 22 1 22 l' Horace Colbert 5.55 Clrcalt (.nrt. Bradford
Sensible Prices in the future. Despite all this, In said County. Florida IB Coaary, ,
AU of the hand Cle-k of Caaaecry
for peanuta corn not WITNESS my as Helen
Soil Bank has Com at SW Cor of : Daniels
the program Plaintiff
1 said Circuit Court of BradfoidCounty H. vs. James
Results Not money went to the commercialarea worked very well to reduce sur- NW% of SWK: Florida and the seal of Daniels. Defendant.
Excuses '
which does not' include 'is the main 'runE460ft,2( .. said Court, at Starke, Bradford Netlco T. Case No. 10-2130
S pluses, although this Z3It ft. E 51 ft for County Florida this 17th day of Appear
Florida. POP N 200 ft, B- I To: James H*.
in- Daniels.
p- -- for which it was May 1967.CIRCUIT. whose
y- -- F- .. purpose residence
50 ft. S 200 ft. and address is
of told : 328
-f- Many our people have ( COURT SEAL) Miller
tended. W 50 ft to POB 22 I II :- Geraldine Smith $.eS Charles A. Darby Avenue, Statesville, North Carolina.
You are
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hereby natlfitf taaa. a
What desperately need L'a suit for
we .
I ,Beg at SW Cor of Bradford County Florida divorce and restoration
to provide 'more income NWtuf6W&run maiden narnre
program bills V. Knight
has been
E along K
Attorney for Plaintiff agalast you la the
of less
for the farmer instead above
Sec line 560 ft named Court
524 4t 614 cause and
income. When the farmer prospers for POB N 200 ft you are required to serve
B ,50 ft S 200 fttoK .'. copy of your answer a
that'the or pleading
it means merchants the to
Truck Sec line W "a taa
Sale and other' citizens will along % Sec line ,- I NOTICE! TO APPEAR Attorney Lloyd Bass 210 Clark
too because farm income 50 ft to POB %S" 23 "T Levy .Lennoa '.05 to Clremft Cosrt. Bradford Couty Building Jacksonville '2. Florida I
prosper, "" Florida la Ckaaeery. and file the original the
is such a large part of Com at NW Cor of Betty Lou Brock Plaintiff, vs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court office of '
SWK, of SWK & Jessie Lee Brock.; Defendant. before the 17th day of oa or
One thing which June. 1957
our economy. I''I run S 210 ft. E Case No. 10-2191 otherwise the allegations :
has disturbed me greatiy about 100ft for A POB. ..tlee T* Appear. Complaint will be taken of said
We Have A Limited Supply Of Brand, New 1956 is the run S 100 ft, E To: Jessie Lee Brock whose ed by you." as confess
the Soil program 259 ft, N 180 ft, residence is Marcus Hoop Penn. This notice shall ba
fact that most of the money W 259, ft to POI 22 I IJ" LInnle Tyson, et M 8.14 and whose address is c/o S. S. each week for four published sac
INTERNATIONAL : Otis Sun. Sun Oil Company Marcus weeks eonsecutlva
TRUCKS la the Bradford
have to large pro- .
to County
seems gone W (6 ft of SE% Hoop Pean. graph Tele

ducers in the Western states I of SE* of NEK 28 I 22 1 Percy Sullivan 13.363.S2 You are hereby aotinea that ft Dated this 10th day of

Which We Are Offering'At WHOLESALE PRICES while very little of these funds f suit for divorce care, custodyand Official Seal) Charles A.May.Darby 1957.
Lot 6&7 of Blk
V support of minor children Clerk of the
have been distributed to the 2 in Dowling By Circuit Court
das been filed against yon in the Marian L. Crosby, Demit (1..1r
small, family type farmer in our Park S/D I L. R. Hartley bon named Court and came and 6/17 4t 6/7
,ou are required to serve a copy ei -
l/z TON PICK.UPS LESS % OFF District Lotsl&efBlkSInLT&CO3 four answer or pleading to the com IB The ClrcaK Court Of FlorMa
20 All of this is leading up to plaint on the Plaintiff AttorneyAlfred Eighth Judicial Clrcalt la
(Regular Retail Selling Price $1984)) refuseda S/D 5 21- Dan Thomas 2.27 C. Scott. SOl Smith E-iuU- F.r Bradford C.BBty. Aid'
the fact that the House ing, Jacksonville 2. Florida IN RE: Petition of Jack F.
Lot 2 of Blk 12 Slemer
$500 million appropriation for In L T & COS ind file till original in tn. otflee of for adoption of Minor Children

3TON PICK.UPS LESS OFF the acreage reserve program of S/D, L. ,*.i .. I. W. Robinson 4.59 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or To: NOTICE Remer TO APPEAR
20% before the 17th day of June. 1957; Wetherington
Bank for 1958. This whose
the soil otherwise the allegations of said and
BlksZS&N34of \ address is:
(Regular Retail Selling Price $2213)) not mean that we may not still Lot2SlnLT& : Complaint will be ukea at confessed Unknown.You

have the Soil Bank but it does GO'S S/D '.T: -i.""" A. !t. Randol (.14 by you. petition are has hereby been notified that a
tiled In
:'c\ J This notice stall bo published the above
1 TON 4-WHEEL DRIVE PICK.UPS LESS OFF mean that Congress has decided WofLots&4: <- once each week for fear consecutive the style adoption court of Jack F. Sinner for
20% the appropriation untilwe of Blk 27 in LT.-i-f weeks in ,tbe Bradford County erington. of Peggy Marie Weth.
to delay &: COS S/D : "- 11 / Frances Slocam Telegraph. len a minor and Martha El.
(Regular Retail Selling Price $2980)) can find out if this programhas "I1 -.4 1 ,. Williams S.55C.14 Dated this 14th day of May 1957. petitioner.Wetherington Jack a minor by the

been of real value to our "t (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Duty F. Siemer and you
I Lots 1, 4 of Blk 36 i Clerk of the Circuit Court are required to serve. a copy of
1 'A 'TON TRUCKS LESS OFF people. I voted with the majority -I In L. T. & COS 0 "'> "' -' :. I' By Marian L. Croibj Deputy Clerk your answer or objections to show
% ; cause why said
20 to suspend this appropriationuntil S/D I Kar ozy Dell 6/17 4t 6/7 be granted, on petition should not
--'p petitioner's
(Regular Retail Selling Price $2255) we can thoroughlystudy Lots, 3, 4 of Blk 41 i Lex Green.. whose address is 209
1 .; ,' !. the Circuit Coart of Florida Temple Ave..
I InL.T.&COS ... 1 Florida, and
of this program. ,.. .
the effects SID _.- i ., Lllly Loan!. Eighth Judicial Circuit, IB .aid file the original in the office of
t Fr. 9 IN. METROS LESS OFF want to emphasize that this action ,) "'TI ". Jackson Wcka' 1.0' For Bradford Goaaty.la the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
20% does not affect the pro- Chancery. or before the 24 day of June 1957.
.E'lk5InLT&COS: J 'IJ! -, Richard N. Wiggins, Plaintiff, vs. Herein fail not or, a decree pro
(Regular Retail Selling Price $2982) gram for this year. Without any Add, : Mrs. Mike Uaracca, n.n Ethel M. Wiggins, Defendant confesso will be entered against

further action on our part, the ,i NOTICE TO DEFENDTo you.Witness
Lots 5. 10 of Blk ': my hand and seal
: : Ethel M. Wiggins, 104 Euclid of
9 FT. 6 IN. METROS LESS OFF acreage reserve program will 11InLT&COS '. .,'J. Avenue. Massapeq.ua Long Island said court In Starke Bradford
20% carry on through 1957. Add ::::7- 1 .'.':lira. Hike Uarucca 40.13 New York. County 1957. Florida this 22 day' of May
(Regular Retail Selling Price $3395) The final appropriation amount Blk 4 In Temples : .1.,: You will please take notice that (OFFICIAL SEAL)

Department of Add EX Lots 1, .'.. ;" ', :. Richard N. Wiggins has filed a CHARLES A. DARBY
approved for as Clerk of
2&3ofPlk4 I' "::1 ---EuntceAnnhs 9.23 Com paint against you. seeking a I said Circuit Court.
Agriculture was 1610000000. '. "" .< .p' divorce in the Circuit Court of By Marian
Deputy Clerk.
20% .$272 mill- Beg at NE Cor of I:! f .< Florida. Eighth Judicial Circuit
This appropriation Ip 5/24
SEH! of'NE run ..r in and for Bradford County said 4t 6/14
(Regular Retail Selling Price' $3155)) -
ion below the budget requestand W 335 ft S 330 suit being styled as above. NOTICE APPEAR

$403 million under the 1957 ft to POB then 0 You are hereby required to serve IB Clrcalt Court, Bradford '
E 130 ft S 50 ft '- t t'i your Answer or other pleadingto Florida i IB Chancery Caaaty,

2 TON CAB FORWARD TRUCKS ESS % OFF appropriation. W 130 ft N 50 ; .. said Complaint upon J. C. Dorothy W. Wilson Poovey, Plain.
20 ft to,POB U' IJ J. 'Lela,Buckles 8.14 Adklns Jr. Florida National Bank tiff. vs. Carl E. Poovey Defendant.
., Building Gainesville Florida. on
(Regular Retail Selling Price $3255) '" Case No. lO-ZZOJ
Com at Ne Cor of. ; S or before the 21th day of June,
... SEK of NEK & ._. 1957. Xotlee To Appear
.nTleR OF ntTK\TIOV Run W 350 ft, S <; ,. (OFFICIAL SEAL) To: Carl E. Poovey whose residence

3 TON TRUCKS LESS OFF TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS lUKENotlC' 165 ft for A POB ".." .. :"- Charles A. Darby, and address is: Unknown.,
: 20% I, hereby 'given that the thence S 50 ftE .: ; ... _" Clerk. Circuit Court. You are hereby notified that a suit
'. 1t ,.' (Regular Retail Selling Price $4649) undersigned. under the provisions 150 .ft. f 50 ft. W X. ; .
150 ft to POI %1' 23 GatilmV Bank Bldg.. Gainesville Florida has been
of Chapter 29.953 Laws of Florida, ) L, 0 K. 15.86 filed against you In the
: .
..- if Attorney for Plaintiff 5/17 6/7 above reamed
.with the and
Acts of 1941. Will register =t SCorn cause and
Court in and at NE Cor of ., ; r. J-, ,, -. you are required to
: Clerk _of the Circuit serve a
QUALITY INTERNATIONALS for Bradford County Florida, upon SEK runWlOOttS -- : > ,k' ... IB CIreaft Court. Bradford Coaaty, of comp/ilnt your answer the or pleading ta the
receipt of proof of publication of on Plaintiff's att"'nev
this notice. the fictitious name of 15 ft for A POB .;--- FJoridai IB Caaaeery. Fred Puller. 130) Barnett Bank
I Colonial Florist under which I amengaged .- Viola E. Collins Plaintiff vs. Building Jacksonville 2, Florida
in business at 506 E Nona WSOftNlOOft Lloyd Collins Defendant and file the original In the office
E 50 ft to POB 29 1 ./ n. : :- William T. Bennett 18.95BeglSftWofNE e Case No. 10-2197 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
To New Truck Is RIGHT
Time Buy Your NOW !
The St.R. E. Mun ortf. (39 E. Laura St. t: ,. : <. .: Xotle T. Appear on 24-day or before of June the

Sole owner. Cor of W% of : :'J' ,,' .- To: Lloyd Collins, whose residence 1957
Dated this 17th day of Mar A. NEK of SE%, of r.> ....* -- and address is: Unknown. otherwise the allegations of said
D. 195 at Starke Bradford County, notified that Complaint will be taken as con.
NEK run 5145 ':; You are hereby a fused
R. Barton Co. Florida. 5A7 4t tff. ft W 100 ft '" :- r .i suit for divorce and restorationof by you.
Quinn to POB S 200 ;' : ';3- maiden name This notice shall ba published
ttW220ftN his been filed against yon ii the once each week for four consecutive

: 200 ft, E 220-te above named Court and cause and weeks In the Bradford" County Tele.
NOTICE OP graph.
POB 2S I 22 lmer Thornton 1.05 and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer or pleading to Dated this 21 day of May 1JI7.
1205 Forsythe St. Jacksonville, Florida Phone EL 4-8411 H.a. Bill X.. 1882 Lots 2 & 3 of Blk i' the complaint on the Plaintiff's (OFFICIAL SEAL)
5 In Gasklns Add .
that Ann Bissell the holder oithe .. W. E. Torode Jr. L77 Attorney Daniel AJapour, 306 Charles A. Darby.

following certificates had filed lSq'AlnSECorof Guaranty Lfe'Bdlldlng, Jacksonville Clerk of t'>. Circuit Court.
2, Florida. By Marian
said certificates for a tax deedto NEK. Of NW%, 21 I 22 1 Ancll W. GrIZZLe UIi' and file the original the office of L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
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