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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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All Secondary Road Paving Plans BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Copy Single lOc




I Full speed ahead to rush all will need the fullest. unselfish
Official County Publication Established In 1879
secondary roads simultaneously cooperation of all landowners involved -

I was the order of the day, Monday ': or else th*> program will --- '-
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when the county commissioners be jeopardized. \'O : [SEVENTY-FIVE STARKE, }FLORIDA.: FRIDAY.: JUXE 11. 1954 NUMBER FORTY-EIGHT

met at the courthouse. These roads are needed by ou: -- -.- -- .- -- ------ _._ __ __ n __ __

fouls Knight, county attorney !! people now. The opportunity exists -

outlined the problems connected I i to get them. But they car School Board Accepts Bid Of $541,698 Annual Report Shows Great Strides

with the ten different road build- j only be obtained if each landowner ;

It lug projects and urged the com involved keeps these basic facts in
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" mission to act with all possible mind and acts promptly and unselfishly For Five School Construction ProjectsThe !

I haste in procuring the necessary: when the time comes. Towards

rights-of-way and arranging for, The Commissioners agreed to Improving County's Health

the movement of obstacles on the !t widen part of the'Farmer's Market Bradford County School bids for the whole program. 'i
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rignts-of-way. j Road (also known as the Guy Board accepted the low bid of Harmon Morgan superintendent !I _. _

He explained that because of the Edwards road) on petition of Mrs. $541,608 for five school projects. of public instruction said thaI "\ei'y encouraging and significant," Dr A. x. c\'ing-

time.element Involved it would be I G. C. Edwards if the right of way submitted by the Gosset and Parker i it would be about a week before Argiculture Chief Visits Brooker ton. director Bradford County Health Department termed

necessary to allow the State I from the owners could be obtained i firm of Jacksonville at a special 1 the contracts are officially signed. the sharp drop in infant deaths recorded in the county last

Road Department to build the They stated to Carl Horton that meeting Wednesday. |and it would then be about two or r------ ,-..- year.. in presenting highlights of his annual report to the

roads in any order possible. Un- the ditch he requested to be dug Cosset and Parker's bid was: :three weeks before actual construction county commission this week.

Jess this was done he said numerous leading west from the Keystone i well under the two other package I got underway. rif .
-- -- The infant death rate deaths under 1 1,000
delays on a top priority highway about two miles south- :bids submitted by contractors. 0 I Morgan said that the School '. = ,, ( year. per

road might hold up all the others. I east of Starke, could only be doneif P. Woodcock of Jacksonville bid I I Board is trying to get an agreement q ; live births) decreased from 51.1 in 1952, to 33.7 in 1953 ; or

Acting on his suggestion. the i an easement could be procured. $579,558 for the projects and I''I with Gosset and Parker ,to from 16 to 9 deaths. Dr. Covington said that adequate med-

commission voted a resolution I They also acted on bids received Kirkpatrick and Pierson of Gaines, I complete the classrooms as soon ical and hospital facilities will continue to lower this rate.

authorising the State Road Department from contractors for moving ville bid $596,500. Several other r i i as possible. Current plans are for Many other phases of the county -

to build the roads in any houses in connection with Lawtey- 'contractors bid on one or more, ;i the classrooms to be available by health department program

order possible. ,Kingsley Lake road. of the projects, but did not offer I,| the middle of the next school year Brooker Market show similar progress. Here arethe

The board then voted to give I | if !>Ossible. highlights of the report, as released -

Knight authority to obtain title Starke National Morgan also gave the contrac- ApproachesSeason's by Dr. Covington.
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searches estimates on moving ,! Guard Leaves 1 tor's price on the individual proj- I-, 1) Total birth rate decreased
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houses and fences. necessary appraisals eets. Starke's 12-grade negro i yI 1. End from 27.9 to 22.4 (live births per

and to institute condem- Sunday for Annual Field Training | school. $171,377; Starke's eight e- -. 1,000 population).
I I classroom ;
nation elementary school and .J4eb ,- .
proceedings on -' 2)
any parcelsnot i i Activities on the Brooker Mar- Death rate increased from
otherwise _Ilnbv_ _.,t... ... I cafeteria $151.925: BHS gym- 7.
acquired. n j .-"-..". u.quu".U..h-*" u-, I St'ularokl --- ket are just about wound up now 9 to 9.1 (deaths per 1,000 popula-
At stake are some ten secon- Headquarters and Headquarters j I(they t have been taught at armory nasium. $127,698; Lawtey negroI $ ". market manager Ralph Nettles tion. It is still below state average -

dary ,->ad projects. and if the I}Company. 2nd Battalion, 12-1th..(d drills." I I the elementary BHS school, $54,395; and reported. Pepper may run for another for white and colored).

county 18 to be sure of their construction Infantry consisting of 9 officers. :: Prior to departure the guardsmen Bonds music building. $36,213. i-Minute Photos IyLh-. Telegraph- 1 two weeks if there is some 3) No maternal deaths.

they must b!' ttarted and 1 warrant officer and 75 enlisted i| will dine at a local restaurant. ,I for the school project Nathan Mayo is !shown! above inspecting' peppers at the Brooker rain he said, and there will be a 4) Stillbirth deaths increased

under way before the end of this I men. will leave by train at 6:35: They will breakfast on the train; were accepted by the Florida Na- i I Market with several local farmers. Mayo said that this is his first scattering of other southern pro-: from 2 to 5 (white same; increaseall
| tional
)ear. I for Fort McClellan. Ala.. where I'!Monday morning. before arriving bid Bank group with an interest I II trip to his "Baby Market" since! it has been enlarged lie told' the duce. He predicts a light volufie oolored).
of 2.49 cent. The bond
Less than seven months remain ;. they will undergo their annual two i'at Fort McClellan. where they will per i iI I :of ; 5) Neo-natal death
rate deaths
I susie is backed the farmers that prices Mere low all o\"rr the state, but encouraged1 them cantaloupes during the next few (
between now and January 1. j weeks field training. The guards- :!spend the remainder of the day I' by sale of |weeks. under 1 month per 1,000 live
: automobile license plates. by saying: "Maybe He'll find our money next year where we lost it
During that seven months, with men will travel by pullman. and 'Betting up camp and preparing forthe I births) decreased from 35.1 to
this ear. | They are loading heavy on
complete cooperation on the !after vigorous training I ) 26.2.
part I a good nights sleep will arrive -, period. watermelons
of all concerned, it will be just I at Anniston, Ala., at 9 a.m. ', Mailing address at the camp Corn And Cukes !! week he said.on but the market this; 6) Deaths from communicable

possible to get these ten road Monday. 1 will be: Headquarters and Headquarters i I Construction Expected Next Week I I II way off and the price is diseases hit an all time low. No
have
building:' projects started in Bradford "Thjs is the examination," Capt. t Co'2nd Bat.. 124th Inf.. Lead At Market I fered still another growers disappointment.suf deaths occurred from dreaded diseases -

County. i Hugh B. Ingram Jr., of- '48th Infantry Div. (Fla. part)I. of earlier
i training On Two Housina Develooments I Tobacco growers are ;,! years, namely:
gathering
]Fort !
They are: ficer said. McClellan. Ala. Corn I typhoid
and cucumbers dominated a heavy this | polio, syphilis, or dysen-
week and this
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It) The so-called Rosier Road. : Cot T. K. McClane Jr.. Battalion i' Pfc. Sidney Jackson and Leslie '! the Stare Market this past week. I will con- i'tery. One death resulted from
'Davis Starke's two new housing de-1 i houses and nine deposits. He ex I tinue for some time due to the
,starting at 301. at Tim Commander. with units in'I are attendin the precampmess > | according to figures released by 'i tuberculosis and pneumonia deaths
BlaCk-I velopments are poised on the pects to lay foundations for 10)i j fact that some planted late. He'
burn's place thence Jacksonville Ocala. Leesbur ] school at Fort McClellan I ; market manager M. R. Judd. Sales decreased from 15 to 3.
threshold of construction this houses at first and his plans call I I said some tobacco raisers are wor- !I
the Union County line. Gainesville. and They left Thursday bv plane from 7) Conditions
Starke. stated he j totaling $29,883.25were made.
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week, and both contractors expect foi a 29-house project. 1 sled about the price tobacco will' ) primarily asso-
2> The road from Hampton expected the largest number of 'Jacksonville. and will join their j with 19,540 packages of produce to within a few brine 'jciated with old age. namely: heart
begin building : that they
south to Alachua County line. I personnel to attend camp this 'unit on Monday. moving through the market. Thomas explained that the De :jit are hoping that {I(disease diseases of blood vessels .
I days. will
I' : be above
the
ff '. metree houses to be construct government-
3) ( Charles J. are
The Schaefer. Pfr and
Sampson since
City "loop"road year World War II. cancer. continued to increaseas
Here are thesales by commodities -i A. J. Thomas Sr. said that he [guaranteed price. j
All
I Gerald Gav and Wallace Parrish ed from seven different plans. of
"Our units are larger," he said : : Corn. 10.322. .75 to $1.50. r.as the plans and specificationsfor cause death. These three
4) The left Thursday but five of the first 27 houseswill j During the past week, 9,131 ;alone
Griffis Loop road. morning on the advance I. II constituted 65 per cent of
i, "and the field training is a must. I i $12.902.50: nepper. 3.248. SI $2.$4.S72.O0 the first 27 houses to be built ,
5) road 'I' motor detachment. This I have car ports. Sixteen of the packages of produce were sold( the total deaths.
A from Graham i
running This is where learn from by Demetree Builders. Inc. of
I we prac- I ; cucumbers 4,704, $1 ,houses will have hard wood floors I bringing '
southerly to Alachua County line. tical *eroiiD drove the unit vehicles to' Jacksonville. He to have growers revenue of 10. 1 8) Accident deaths increased
experience; where we are 1 'I, $3.15, $10,584; peas. 1,026 $1. 1 expects i ii i and 11 will have tile floors. I i 1854.27.
61 Completing Road 225 to Conner the Fort McClellan carrying suoplies. '., the exact and terms of the Alf as follows: I from 6 to 9. To decrease this will
able to test units on the things jFlorida's j | $1,026; limas 210, $2. $420: egg- i prices of the Demetree houses will be : i iI

Bridge.. _. ,, iI I Upon arrival. they will draw additional 'inlant, 15 $1.50* $2.00, $26.25; i houses within a few days, and he masonry construction. I j I Pepper 5603. $5,857.17; Ford- require the cooperation of all
it Tne road starting .at Heil- supplies and make preparation 'I'I okra. 15. $3.50 5250. II will begin selling them. He said j hooks 499. $761.15; white corn I. I citizens.

Jpronn Springs and running west- ''i for the arrival of the main Judd released figures showingI 'that all of .the houses will have \i The Warren project is to be constructed j42. $595.10: yellow corn, 62, 77. i 1)) Over 2.200 completed un mum-

ji, 'trly to Brownlee Road near J. L. Sun ; body on Monday.The I total sales of 4875370. this May :three bedrooms and that they will >i on Orange Street while s .50: colored butterbeans. 819, 989. !;zations for preventable' diseases.

Orr farm. I I guardsmen receive the' same I I as compared with 36788.75 for I!range from $8,000 to $11,000. i!:the Demetree project will have its i 20; black-eye peas. 142. $127.80 I; !i(There was a marked increase in

8)) Certain roads Law- 'Too I clothing medical main access road lead off from' Crowder peas. 528, $512.10 j number of
through Good' equipment and' last May an increase of approximately Joseph D. Warren said that his i ; white infants and pre-school
leyi I I : training facilities billeting and I 30 per cent. I subdivision is ready for construe- j j State Road 100 at about 100> butterbeans 690 1277.75: cran- 'children protected against smallpox -

-. 9)) New Hope Church road near For pay as regular service personnelfor I I tion. He said that the City of'i j jStvke yards west of Ed Prevatt's home iberry'beans. 77. $134: cantaloupes, diphtheria. whooping cough,

,Hf-1: Brooker. I Academy I this training. Payroll for the" t: Sweet the corn showed a decrease' is rerouting a drainage i|in west Starke. I 18. $28: butter peas 32. $64; speckled and tetanus 70 per cent increase

ot 10) Certain roads through Starke., ThU spring the Telegraph local unit will be between S6.00/1(!I on last market from $24.6734.50 (drfch through' his property, and he I Thomas said the plans of the butterbeans. 167 $250.50; for diphtheria immunizations un-

There are hundreds of tracts of pointed out editorially that theIkft" ; and $7.000, according to CWO A. year to 6316.50 this May;;I expects to begin construction early Demetree project place each okra 14, $42; eggplant 69, $13S.i I der 1 year 23 per cent of all

land involved in necessary rights- 1 ...Department could ilo L. Crosby Jr.. Unit Administrator. pepper showed an increase from next week. on the lot in detail, even to de !i, i iI infants in county.
j $583.25 to 4938.55; cukes showed 1 I color and trim and I
of-wav for these ten projects and worse than select Camp Bland- i Major J. W. Brownlee (dentist.1).1is I Warren's houses from termining its i 2)) Decrease In number of ven-
| j
I : a big jump from $311.50 to $29- range the of to be
the job of trying to get the preliminary I ing for the new air academy. attached to the Starke unit f01 type shrubbery plant- ernal disease cases; significant in
i I I 234; berries were off from 5190. !$7000 for two bedrooms to $8000 !i ed. Warren said that his houses Everett
work done will take at We boasted! of Florida's ideal transportation to and from camp' I i I A. Gainey I view of increased case finding and
i I : 50 to 3026.80: and beans pota- for three bedrooms. He said that will be "made to order" for his ;
where he follow-up of
will his contacts.
least five months. If it takes any j ear-round fl)Lug renditions, I join parent unit' : I I
showed
toes, etc., minor va
than Bradford the 202nd Medical Battalion peas I he has received 18 applications for purchasers. 3) Education
longer that. Coun- 'I' and we suggested that the I riations. | on parasite control

ty's secondary road program may Sunshine State" would be perfectly Recovers Rapidly with emphasis on hookworm was

become lost or indefinitely delayed ; suited for the new academy. i j intensified with parents and in the
in the confusion of another! Rowell Lake Sprayed In Effort To Res cue It From Millions Of Hyacinths (schools. (Over 50 classroom

change of administrations in Tal-'. Maybe we, and the other From' (II health talks were given by sana-

lahassee. Florida boosters, did too good a Knifing I j tarian). Number of cases of hook-
VVM
In the securing of rights-of-way I\, job on selling our sunny cli- :UIL ;. :,worm reported,. decreased.

for these ten projects the County mate. Recently Rep. A. Sydney Everett A. Game j 4) Installation of dark room for

Herlong Jr. of Leesburg : I farmer was discharged from Tdeveloping: :, of chest X-ray films

explained. that Florida was rejected 4 Alachua General has resulted in marked improve-
Hospital Wednes
School Over I -
Days ment of our tuberculosis
i by the Air Force on the I day after what was described as program.
4L-1 All
basis. of its, climate being "too : i "very rapid I contacts of known cases were
,
recovery" from knife' I
,m_ . examined and 5 active cases dlSco'ered' -
good. I S.t'- I wounds he received 'I
last week' .
For 85 SeniorsEightyfive : were hospitalized in sana-
The Air Force, Herlong said, ) I Tim Rogers of Brooker has beer] ;toria.

I wanted a fo'ur-! knifing Gainey in !
and wanted to get away from an argument. 5)) Under medical supervision in
seniors graduated |lour clinic
for
coastal areas. pre-natal care, were
f ' Bradford High Friday night Current fatorite among Air Gainer suffered from a cunt'ar t 36 per cent of total maternity

at Memorial Stadium. Harmon the heart and a deep abdominal ,- cases in county. with follow-up
Force men is Colorado Springs,
P. Morgan. county superintendent Colo., a popular resort town cut which severed I nursing: service. Over 90 per cent
of Public Instruction presented 'mall intestine He was describe, |of these were midwife cases and
nestled at the foot of Pike's .
the diplomas to the seniors. 1...-.i.one vf the giants of the "completely disembowled" b iyjno: : other medical care available
Principal Charles S. Partin made the attending physician when h e : 6) More than 34 per cent of all
Rockies.
the following awards to the seniors entered the hospital. Immediat tei i infants under 1 year in county
U'e certainly hope| that our
Bausch & Lomb Science p- '.s i1 surgei\' was necessary, and Gaine.i:V'received' some medical supervision
fi'ture cadets will not have to S rMi.s.f:;:* / "J5" ; L
award. Wayne Matchett; BPW with mountain was not taken off the critica::11 I in well-baby clinics, and 78 pere
tangle peaksduring
Club award of $25 for student list until Monday. He left I tt cent received nursing service.
the early stages of flight
with the highest marks in business hospital two days later. : 7) Approximately 50 per cent of
training. A .light mistake by '
all
education' Kathryn Kelly: and one of the young pilots might Shoun above are the principal- in a recent mo\e to present local that is playing the leading role in returning the lake to the sports- Rogers is free on a $1000 bond I. I received pre-school children ((1-5 years)

DAR Good Citizenship award. he his last especially If he's sportsmen. with plenty of near-by fi! : child
Nancy DuPre. flying in one of those blindingsnow 1:0\\.11 Lake, shotting how effectively the hyacinths hate done who is after mosquito lane: Dole Conner, who k sponsoring[g intent to commit murder" by I th Two eighth-graders. Patricia
Alvarez !storm! that their Force their job of blocking off the lake's legendary "pole breakers" frombxlaj's the spraying of the hyacinths; and Dean Perra and Vernon Mjerswho ", Alachua County Judge. He was S home secure best results).

American and Burt Legion McGee.citizenship received is him apparently to practice so in.anxious for I I. anglers. (\,11 the right Is the state'shyaA'inth control plane are members of the !state's! hyacinth control team. I Deputy picked up Fate by Brown Bradford in Brooke Count:r j 8) About 1,200 inspections and

awards examinations of school chilI
age -
Rowell Lake formerly one of and again last winter The first for the fisherman by producing the state has under control with I Friday and was turned over U I |dren with

Arch Thomas Jr. spoke to the Bradford County's finest fishing two attempts proved unsuccessfuland more and more plant food. !its one airplane and two boats. I Alachua County deputies ir 'nursing service necessary in follow-up
seniors on the rights and duties of j Five 4-H Girls lakes from the air off The has been effect I Brooker. the homes for
was sprayed were charged as "experi- 2-4-1) is not a poison and |The program in correction of defects. Continued

citizenship He expressed his Attend Short CourseFive this week in an effort to rid the ments. is therefore not harmful to fish. for two years. Perra said that l !' Alachua County Deputy Art;]y f|I emphasis on infant and pre-school

hope that each senior would be a lake of
credit to his community and urged Bradford County 4-H Club that are slowly converting it into a faulty spray solution that failedto i merely "grow themselves to the hyacinths, but it would reduceI I told him' that the cutting took c I school, both physically and men-

then to seek their fortunes in girls are attending the 39th annual a mucky cow pasture. | get a complete kill. and the death" as a result of the hormone. i I them to the point that they can place in Spangler store. about t !tally.

Bradford County. 4-H Club Short Course at Florida Florida's Game and Fresh Water' second attempt was made in the :i Perra said that he sprayed the i! be kept under control for aver,r two miles from Brooker on I the j 9)) Yearly crippled children's

"Ee<'ause we Have the right to State University in Tallahassee i Fish Commission conducted the winter to study the effects of lake with 33 gallons of 2-4-D and II i man expense. He estimated it; LaCrosse Road. Both Gainey and; I 'clinic held with 36 children receiving -

express ourselves and discuss i is- |this week. They are Marilyn Cox |spraying at the request of Doyle spraying in conjunction with a killing 120 gallons of fuel oil. The average I would take seven to eight years of I! Rogers live in the same general I medical service 11 of

sue orwnlv." he sa'd. "we have the j and Pat Hobbs from Starke. Bet-I, Conner who is attempting to restore -, frost. A heavy spring re- cost of the spraying operation I close control work to eliminate the! neighborhood.j .[whom were hospitalized in Hope

responsibility to study and listen i t). Gaskins from Lawtey Wanda' the lake as a free public growth seems to minimize the effects is $3.75 or $4 an acre. i hyacinths completely. I Haven.
j Deputy Yarborough stated that t
with discrimination before expressing ]Norman from Heilbronn. and Billie fishing grounds. | of the winter spraying. The state normally works undera Jack Trawick. county sanitarian, :j J. L. Spangler owner of I the, |' 10) Six indigent children with
an opinion. Ann Russ from Brooker. Miss This is the third time that' Perra flies his plane at from policy of furnishing the men and said that he was interested in the i 1 diseased
: store. said that he heard I the | throats causing severe
S "Be<'au e we have the right to :Dorothy Ross, Home Demonstration Rowell Lake has been sprayed by |three to five feet above the surface equipment if the local residents project from the mosquito controlpoint I but did t \:disabilities were given tonsillec-
'I the Game and Fish Commission.Dean 'of the lake 'as he His will of view. He said elimination I argument not know that
worship as we please it is our Agent, will accompany the' sprays. ; pay for the spray and oil I tomies with cooperation of
county
dun- to accord this privilege to group. Perra the state's flyer said !.spray covers a strip of about 15 used. However the state has not of the hyacinths would give I the Gainey had been cut until he commission
t I dj I and a surgeon in adjoining -
went in the back
others : Marilyn Cox was awarded her that he sprayed it two year: ago :, feet and consists of a plant hormone billed this locality for its two unsuccessful fish a chance to eat the mosquito; of the store a [

"Because: it is our right to vote 'trip as a result of her work in the | !, : 2-4-D, and fuel oil which is I attempts on Rowell larva saw blood on the floor. Mrs' |i 11) Over county.4,000 total

far whom we choose it is our electricity program. She tied for' New Fishing Licenses used as a carrier.. Lake. !I Spangler. Rogers and Gainey r :visits for all services. Of nursing these

dut> to vote intelligently)) and first place in the electricity program Go On Sale Tuesday Perra said that he expects a Conner is sponsoring the spraying Dean Matherly Guest I were store. the only persons inside 1 the! '|:visits. 96 per cent were in the

honestly." i sponsored by Clay Electric' good kill from this weeks spray- through a mythical organization At I

Thomas cited several rights and ,'Cooperative, Keystone Heights. Fishing licenses for the 1955 ing and he predicts that most of named the "Bradford County: ; Rotary WednesdayWalter 'I Authorities at the hospital said I ,; (Continued on page 81

duties that American citizens are 1 Billie Ann Russ' trip is sponsoredby fiscal year will go on sale Tuesday. the hyacinths will die and sink to i Sportsman's Association." Contributions J. Matherly. dean of I the 1 'that Gainey had $2850 on his per-

f'ftdowPdith.. He ended with her Home Demonstration Clubin June 15 County Judge Theron A. :the bottom:: of the lake in about, : are deposited in the as- College of Business Admimstra- ','son when brought to the hospital. Starke Legionnaires

thei i Brooker. She is among the Yawn said this week. Yawn said three months. At that time one t sociation's name for the Rowell I :
following duty: "To preserve. :; tion. University of Florida, was! Given District Postsi
outstanding girls in her 4-H Club. that resident licenses can be of the commission's boat crews i Lake project. :
protect and defend the Constitu- ''' pur- i guest speaker at the Rotary Club Legionnaires To Meet
i other three i' will "mop up" the area not touched Eustis collected
The outstand-
girls are chased at his office for $2. McKnight : sev
tion of the United State*, to obey' : Wednesday. With i W. T. Coram Jr., Brooker, Oom-
ing in their clubs and their trips Yawn said that the old licenses by the plane. eral contributions for the project. | Auxiliary Soon '
its laws to make ourselves t tare ; Taking as his topic. "The FA- mander of the American Legion'sFourth
personally :' sponsored by the County: Com- will expire on July 1, and that the i iI j I Rowell Lake is the only large but Conner said that most of this ,' |
competent to conduct bric of American Freedom," Dear District: announced today
ourselves 1 American
i Legion Post 56 vote J
'missioners. new licenses would be honored.,,lake in Bradford County that is)I money was used in making thelake !
at all times as honorable k kApproximately I Matherly delivered a forceful ad ,Ito meet with Starke's Aux the appointment of eight Starke
175 girls are enrolled after June 15. A non-resident an- : troubled with hyacinths. Haznptan. I- accessible to the public. Onei Legion !:
citizens of a great nation under I in the program in nine clubs. nual permit sells for $10.50 and { Sampson and Crosby lakes i ''of the pre-requUites' of the state's ;i dress on the traditions, beliefs. and iliary on Monday, June 21 in ai 'men Fourth to chairmanships in the
whose mankind i a' District.i
flag has reached I'tin the county. a non-resident 14-day license for are in the same vicinity but hyacinth spraying program is, standards that have made Amer- effort to boost the Auxiliary'! ---
its highest state thel.t i appointed are: W. H. Gra-
of freedom. I I. During the week's program. Pat $3.25. ( sand bottoms will not : that the lake must be open and|i ica the most powerful nation in active membership. Cliff Currie!. '
'ham. state A. L.
:Marion i boy's ; Crosby
Harrington senior class i j.Hobbs assisted with the Recognition -', Yawn reminded local fishermen hyacinths. Rowe Lake has a much t accessible to the public. the world today. the post's new commander urge
president was master of markmanship; I. E. dark, sons ofwjthe
ceremonies -i Program Friday afternoon;;; : that they can fish up to three i The Sportsman's i The orominent speaker was nall Ifgionnaries to attend |
j bottorn.'S I Legion L. H. Gibson music
of the j ASSociation'a ;
graduation. jI I Marilyn Cox served as a page in I poles in their resident county i "money was used in d j troduced by A. J. Thomas Jr., wh 1 <) meeting and to bring their wi I and contests Gene
i Long
I j assembly; Wanda Norman was a ;''without a license. He said that; one of the greatest challenges tc I'cattle guard on the lake's access.s i i had charge of the program. I The Legion also began makinj I! Dr. A. Y. Covington; medical housing adtyisory -:

Children Committee I(I bus leader for the Wakulla Springs persons under 15 or over 65 were the commission's. :hyacinth prki >, road. The County Commissioners j.1 : J. R. Kelly club president, n-j;i plans for the junior baseball I Dis- ] ; Guy Andrews membership

:I picnic; Betty Gaskins served as an not required to have licenses. i gram. It is an exteremely fertile e cleared and graded the road to. I nounced that the old and Witrict i Tournament which will ba -e 'and post activities, and T.
Judge
The Bradford Count Children's. \usher for the State 'Dress Revue; He went on to say that servicemen lake. and the regrowth of hyacinths the lake and now all that need 5 i boards of directors would hold ; j held at Starke this summer.b !A. Yawn, child welfare.

committee will meet Mondav! .and Billie Ann Russ assisted with stationed in Florida are eligi is extremely hea'Y.'ber n to be accomplished is the clearing j; : joint meeting at the Officers Clu': Currie awarded C. S. Pai rUn I. These men will head the

noon June 14 at the Methodist the beautiful Candehghtlng Cere- ble for resident licenses rather the lake is finally cleared of hya. of the hyacinths. at Camp Banding! next Mor ida;Y i, past commander with a pin commemorating ,- 'activities of their respective up committees -

Recreation Hall! mon Friday night than the non-resident permits cinths. its fertility will then wori It Rowell Lake is one of 119 thai t! rught : his service in the Fourth District'r"






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9 flnf.9YYYY..YYy.yyyyyy "Long Long Ago." I G. B. Colson were Mr. and Mrs.E. I will be stationed at Ft. Benning. I II r CARD OF THANKS

BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rogers spent C. Long and daughter, :Martha, I[Kay and Sgt. and Mrs. R. C. Long !I
I wish to thank each
EDITOR BROOKER the weekend of the 29th in Salt of Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. t and grandson, Robert of Colum and every
( COUNTY Springs. bus. Ga. one for the prayers; flowers and
]Edwards Jr. and children. Tommy,
TELEGRAPH VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER I By Polly Wait Jr.uaaaauaaaaaaaaa.aa.aa.. Graduation of the ninth grade I Patricia, and Susan, Mr. and Mrs I C. J. Crews spent Sunday in cards of get well wishes that

students at Brooker Junior High Gene Long and daughter Mary I High Springs with his son, Donald have been sent to us. Beverly was

I' ., School was held Monday night ,Ann, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie.Mr. I and family.Mr. operated on twice and has had

OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Greetings from a sunburned re- May 31 in the school auditorium. I: and Mrs. R. A. Colson and and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of a rather hard time of it. but is

Published Friday and entered as second class matter at tile Post.Office at Starke, (Florida, under porter! Katherine Harrell and I The school Glee Club sang "The I daughters. Dianne. Margaret, and Worthington and Mrs. W. S. Ed- I recuperating now and will be
etery
the Aet of March 3, 1879. ] spent five days in Daytona Beach Holy City" "The Lord Bless You Friends of Sgt. R. C. Long will wards of Tampa spent Thursday I home soon. Smceteh. Mrs H.I1v. .
last week. Because of my absence and Keep You" "Bright is the I be interested to know that he has with Mrs. Eva Harrell and daughter I Lappe, 410 X E 6th Ave.,

MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION the news wasn't in the Day," and "Smiling Through." I returned from duty in Korea and Yvonne. j Gainesville Flasssff362
ASSOCIATION
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS -- I
: paper so we are putting last Dr. Mort Alpren was the guest I
week's with this week's. j ji speaker, and H. P. Morgan (

A Most Commendable ReportThere There was a piano recital given 'handed out the diplomas. The

on Thursday evening, May 27, at graduates were Billie Ann Russ,
is a news story in this issue whichwe Thrilling news every line of it, which 8 in the school auditorium by the Mary Ellen Padgett, Jackie Suggs.

hope many readers will fully appreciateand should make us all thankful for the research Progressive Series Pupils of JessieP. James Harrell, Johnny McGee, and

understand. It concerns the report made and"service of the entire medical profession Williams of Lake Butler. Those I Kenneth Parrish. I

by Dr. A. Y. (Covington, on the Bradford and the federal state, and county health de- who participated in it were Jean Those who attended the recitalof I

County Health Department activities during partments.An Edincott Who played "My Frog,"I< Mrs. Joe Hill William's pupilsat !
this Frost-Free
Sara Carlton who I Westinghouse
intensified mosquito control program; played a piano I Lake Butler were Mrs. J. W on
1953.On solo, Lucretua Cumbie who played Thomas and son, Wayne, Mrs. !
the surface it is not an exciting story. a rat-killing campaign; dogs vaccinated.I "Down in the Deep." Barbara Jim Mott and Mrs. L. A. Mott and I REFRIGERATOR t

But on thinking for a few moments, parti- against rabies; sewage disposal methods con- i j Sue Davis who played a piano solo, daughters. Sandy and Jackie. : i

cularly on the implications, it is a BIG story, trolled and improved day in, day out Gail McNeal who played "GoodbyeOld Sandra played two pieces in the ; C wo $3691NOW !

which affects every one of us, every day of routine programs like these are responsiblefor Paint" and "Git Along Little recital. !

our lives.It the steadily improving health situation, Doggies" Judith Stokes who Mrs. Rita Brown and Mrs. W r 1 :(, 1 z t=. ONLY

reads, in part: "No maternal deathsIn reflected in the report. played "Ballerina" Linda Gayle A. Brown of Dunnellon were visiting I y.

1953." A simple statement, which we accept We don't think we're wrong in connectingthe ,!Green who player "Dance of the the L. A. Motts recently.

nowadays without proper appreciationof facts that in '53 there were over 50 class- Sunbeams," Jeann-'te McNeal" whopla't'd Friends of Jimmy Suggs will bo $28633

all the work which makes the bearing of room talks on 'hookworm, given by county Wait"The who Drei pla" "d Waltz."Springtime Jeanne ,"- glad to know that he has been

children today far from the grim, and often sanitarian. Jack Trawick and the fact that Jacqueline Mott who played "Fly- awarded a scholarship for the t
preparation of
teachers. He expects '
fatal. ordeal it was years ago. the number of cases of hookworm reportedis ing Leaf," Joanne Wait who played to enter the i .10.$2.120..11:
University of after MM! down papo"
But let's see what is in back of this decreased.The "Minuet in C," Beverly Green Florida this fall to begin his .;,

statement: Read more, and find that one war against disease is not spectac- .,who played "Spinning Song" studies. This scholarship provides 100% AUTOMATIC DEfROSTING

out of every three maternity cases in the ular. Over 4,000 nursing visits by the '"Oa 14. No.4." Glenda Parker $400.00 a year until he has re- NO DEFROSTING to do in the

county received medical supervision in the county health staff, the vast majority' : who played "Bridal Wreath" ceived his bachelor's degree.Mr. FreezerNO

clinic for pre-natal care. And that 90 per them in the homes, are routine work11; Wayne Thomas" who played and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr pIFKOJTING to do in the

cent of these were midwife cases, with no patient, almost endless campaign of educa- who"Sparklers, and Sandra "Mott and daughters Mary Jane and > t Refrigerator
available. at times thankless.But played "Sonatina in F. At Patty, spent this weekend in Lake I NO MESSY OIFIOST WATER to
must seem
other medical care tion that the beginning of the ,
i
"Infant and neo-natal deaths decreasedappreciably" slowly the satistics released by I j Glenda Parker sang "Cross program Over land.Mrs.. IlL: empty ever!
is1 L. A. Mott and daughter. e Giant Freeier
the report states. And later.as health authorities show that the work the Bridge" with the piano stu-
Jackie, went to Lake
Crystal with Perteitted
if in explanation: "over 2.200 completed producing results. dents joining in on the chorus. Mrs. Jim Douglas of Gainesvilleand Exduttve Meat Keeper* ,

immunizations against smallpox diphtheria One direct benefit becoming more apparent Refreshments of cake and punch Mrs. Baxter Forrester of ,

whooping cough, tetanus." every day, is that most people know were served. High Springs.D. Ititter Keepere

Evidence of what used to happen. before now that children should be immunized; Mary Jane and Patty Bigham L. Ward of Lake Butler. : i Kol-Oiit Shelf

health authorities knew how to combat these that tuberculosis and cancer are controllableif took part in a dancing recital in has returned home from the hos- Model DFE-S4 e llg Vegetable*

preventable diseases, may be found in every detected in the early stages; that sanita- Gainesville Monday night May 31.1 pital after an eye operation. He 8.4 cubic feet Hwmldrawer
and Diane Colson of Starke is spending is the father of Mrs. D. E. Hazen. Trade Uirk U. S. Pit'Bt Iuued.No. Sb.ln.-Ia-Th..o.or
old cemetery, where tiny graves mark the tion on a farm helps to prevent typhoid the week with ..2.439.1'3 ud 2.W1309
Mr.
little ones lost to diphtheria, whooping cough, other diseases; and a host of other health B. Colson. and Mrs.G. Marguerite Driggers and Myrna i G
Lou Rahn, of Lake
Butler visited
and other scourges. facts which are saving lives daily. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gano of Sandra and Jackie Mott Sunday i you cAN es!!!!!...IF nsWTestinghouse

"Deaths from communicable diseases hit We think it is very appropriate, at this Swan Lake are spending the week The summer recreation program,I,

an all time low. No deaths from typhoid. time to extend to Dr. Covington and each with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. will begin Monday. June 14. The I

polio, syphilis, or dysentery. One death member of the Bradford County Health Department We are very glad to announce first swimming trip will be Tues-! SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO :

from tuberculosis, and pneumonia deaths decreased congratulations on the fine job that R. F. Gano is home from day. June 15. 1 *

from 15 in '52. to 3 in '53". they are doing. the hospital and feeling better! I Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and .i TAJK'F. Fl A
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and i daughters, Cherry Beth and Sally

girls and :Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand of St. Augustine, were the wee'- -
children were visiting in Jack- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.

I Worthy Of Its Name sonville Sunday, May 30. I Gano.

:Mrs. Guy Harrell and children Lee Gainey of Jacksonville spent .JUNE .

Again we wish to compliment the Brad- the Duval County committee. went on a short vacation to the the weekend in Brooker.

ford County Democratic Executive Com- Although the State Committee apparently Everglades. Members of a little party who 1 I
Glenda Parker enjoyed swim at Lake Geneva
played over a
mittee for showing itself thoroughly party- has no control over the actions of the 1
coun-
radio station WGGG recently on I recently were Annette, John, Kenney I _
loyal to the core. This was demonstrated by ty units, we maintain that when the county a Sunday afternoon. Terrell and Jackie Green.

its resolution adopted last week urging sup- committeemen are elected by the membersof Mrs. O. W. Barry went to Jacksonville -\ Mrs. Roy Green. Katherine Har-

port of the full slate of Democratic nomineesin their party in the party primary they haveat I' with her daughter, Mrs. rell, Mrs. M. O. Harrell. I IDon't

the November general election. least an "implied" duty if not a legal 1 Elsie Crews. Mrs. Guy Harrell and daughters. i TI S

The wholesomeness of the local commit- one to serve the interests of the party Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and I Regina and Ramona and William

tee's conception of its duties is all the more and not those of the opposition. If they fail I I sons were in Lake City Saturday Harrell. all of Brooker. and Mar-

commendable in view of the despicable actions to do so. then some means should be foun I afternoon May 29. garet Rose Duncan and Jackie I
Glenda Parker participated in a Colley of Starke.
of some committees in this state in to oust them without having to wait for re
"I recital at Gainesville. She sang Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs
recent years. In neighboring Clay Countythe pudiation at the polls two years hence. I -

committee betrayed the party by numer- But. thank Heaven we don't have to suffer I Ad.erw.taeru miss this We'll allow you
1
ous actions in the 1952 campaign and cap-
the embarrassment of such treacherj
ped the climax by using party funds to insert any I P1From where I sit:iy Joe Marsh
in on the part of our Bradford County Commit ,
paid advertising newspapers urging sup-
.
port of the Republican candidate! Similar tee. Its members are thoroughly Demcratic o- O.

didoes were indulged in by the chairman of and that's the way they should be.
.

,t. 1c Wise SteomoJher

I Supreme Courts Throw Us A CurveMore I'v I

o
Have you heard about young From where I sit,there's a lesson -
and more we are becoming per- We cannot follow the Supreme Court de'
Skeeter Roberts' unusual the for all of Guess
I pet, us. you'd call
plexed by recent decisions of our Supreme cision on this one either because the operation "
tame owl "Blinky" lIe's had her it"tolerance. Birds and animals
Courts. both on the state and national levels. of a dog track is no constitutional right about three often
do
years. seem to better in that
First came the U. S. Supreme Court rul- it is clearly privilege and herefore subject I say "her" because up to a respect than humans. If I like a list price for your old tires on

ing outlawing segregation in our schools to whatever taxes arbitrary or otherwise couple of weeks ago nobody was glass of temperate beer with sup-

after the courts had held for more than 50 the state wishes to levy. quite sure. But now "Blinky's" per and you'd rather have cider-

years that the "separate but equal"- doctrinewas One of the justices remarked that i I t a mother-of two chicks! it should be okay with both of
constitutional. The Constitution hasn't s. Neither of us give
changed. What has? seemed evident to him that the only purpos*e Seems"Blinky"hadbeenarting of what the other fellow a"hoot" GOODliEARDE1UX
strange-so hunch
Then came the State Supreme Court of the higher tax was the desire for mon Skeeterkind put a couple on I oaf hen'seggs likes, says, or does, as long as he
for the State. Well follows the I law of the
money land.
what'wrong
now s
ruling last week declaring that an extra tax in her nest. Darn if"Blinky"didn't !
with that? We Right
imposed upon Florida dog tracks is uncon- always had the ide set on them for 5 days!
that that was the primary purpose of an Last Friday hatched
stitutional. This decision was a particularly y they and 11
tax. now "BlinkyV! as proud as a c9 'II
unhappy one. for it snatched $20,000 right '
out of the fund that Bradford County has Yes. sir. If this sort of thing keeps u{ mother hen! (So's Skeeter.) t' s

been setting aside for construction of a hospital we're certainly going to quit trying to forecast "World's First '.
CoDtne>>l 1954. United Stairs Brewers FoundationREWARD Choice"g
facility Supreme Court decisions.
.1 These are not just ordinary tires!
.. r
.L. I They're Goodyear Deluxe Tires- the
same first-choice, first-quality tires that.
--4 | to the movies once a week when $25000 car makers; put on more new cars than <
the show is good. We have a any other kind. They're the tires that
y x movie in town.ORANGE more motorists prefer. Act now and $ z
SAVE!
PUNCH: In a punchbowl i Don't miss these BIG allowances for Y xi
put 1 1-2 quarts of orange i your present tires turned in on Deluxeor
sherbet which has been put in the I Deluxe: Super-Cushions by Goods ear.
bowl by tablespoons. Over these
7y Lura 8urgess4o6r I 4
i pieces of sherbet pour 3 quarts
: I SEE YOUR SIZE ALLOWANCE HERE .,
'
NEBR== of
k. ginger ale and 6 tablespoons I
!jof lemon juice. Stir well and TSMsf l
top x'. NF
Wherein I the June ,. full ....
enjoy day peonies in bloom Strawberries -, with R.T. Pica .n. z
The summer calls, and the birds ripen and our gardens begin'!in punch maraschino cups. cherries. Serve To Anyone Bringing i's ..t Copy Of TIRE 1101...do-i. SALE PRICEI G /

ring; flouerx are in bloom. It Is I 'o furnish us with vegetables.Life 6.09x16 $20.60 $15.45* -
: This makes raite. a bit of punch.
good to be alite. takes on a new meaning
;I| WEATHER WISDOM. I think 6.40x15 21.55 16.15*
I after the long winter. One feels. VOL. 1 NO. 1 --
Summer's the high, sweet sea- good. 6.70 15 22.60 16.95*
it is so good to be alive. Glad I __ -- --
son of the heart- that we have survived the long: Storms follow the setting oS a 7.10 X 15 25.05 18.75*

No autumn with its slow fires months of snow cold and ice. I[ I Ii brilliantly white sun. of the 6.50x16 -25.40- 19.05*

inward turning do think that living here througha i Red sunsets bring fine tomor- BRADFORD COUNTY 7.60 X 1527.40- -20.55* -
From hills of leaves; not winter winter does make one appre- rows. TELEGRAPHThen -
8.00 15 30.10 22.55*
breaking apart (';at.. life more. I still like snow\ Evening ted and morning X
gray.
(
Called The Florida Telegraph) : 8.20z15 31.40 23.55*
The blackened boughs with at Christmas but June is so lovely -"l Two sure signs of one fine day. Sale I ends July I 3rd
sharp swift blades of snow. a month of the heart. Rain on Monday rain three .
tfi tin
The oldest t pl 1ft tu rr.upobl.
The blinded ice-winds wondering My niece Joy Jessup at Vest '!days in the week. Telegraph we now have in our possession is

which way to go I port Ind had a lovely churcbI jj? Many nice letters from Florida. Vol. 1. No. 14. We would particularly to have a copy

April is not the heart's with wedding, a long satin dress with ij I i Sorry Charley did: not come out of Vol. 1. No. 1. the first issue of the Telegraph ever

tight bud yearningTo I lace and a veil It must have been I i ahead. However maybe it is bet- printed. to use in connection with our forthcoming 75th
be a flower, and streams beautiful and I wish I could have Jjter.!t the next time he can run for Anniversary Edition.
about to start been there. She is a college graduate 'a! four year term. Right? Let us MARATHON Super-Cushion PATHFINDER by GOODI EAR

Their long-lost music with the and a school teacher.I !jail keep that in mind. We urge our friends to help us find this prized paper by

earliest thaw. am out on the sunporch. I can I: Don has gone out in the country making a diligent search of your premises. Old papersare by GOOD/ EAR S I.t'5 brand new! $ I i 9
:umn'. r is the heart's high look down on my garden. The!!to deliver gas. When he returns frequently fourfd in the bottom of old trunks dresser rtswlar ttt.tS Mori tra4 -l.

season when the sun rows face this way so I can lookdown iI:, plan to go out in the garden drawers among old documents, and even behind old SALE ... not a second! < *
Burns like a marigold and 95 "a In .::
the rows of beans cabbage i and hoe. It looks framed f $13 I
meadows light as if it will be pictures. Please take a look in these likely : PRICED si".7"s'not a retread i5l.V5
and i
okra The
corn eggsplant.
Sdry enough now. This morning I places and if
With tides of daisies foaminghot | see you can find the lucky Vol. 1, No. 1.
oeas behind the I: !
are garage. cleaned the house changed the I II
and white. will soon have ripe strawberriesand ibed I linen and baked bread. I love If you can't find that first issue but do find other old 6.00x16 MARATHON

And fireflies by one: kindle lanternsone derful.raspberries.. Yes life is so won-. to keep house,and what a grand issues, especially those before 1910, we would appreciateyour ...- 'IUS $1249... .. ..4 6.70x15 SIZE......._.....................$1195||

When scarlet roses breathe I and glorious thing it is to be a bringing them in. We want not only copies of the j I Mmfcwfc-bi q.,.w. .. pow tr.d....".we.dreG
I We have organized an adult woman, to make a home and have
acroSs the South, Telegraph but also copies of the now defunct East Flor- I
choir, and I in the so many people to look after andlove.
now sing choirat .1 ida Courier.
And love lifts up its moonlight- The Florida Advocate and any other papers
shadowed mouth. church every other Sunday. God. Life bless is so rich and full. that have been published in Starke in bygone days. !G "f EVEN BIGGER DOLLAR SAVINGS ON WHITE SIDEWALLS during this i
Last week we had two funeralsand I you everyone.
Daniel Whitehead Hickey i t SALEI! $1.00 down tire little $1.25 week! '
we tried out the new Cadillacs. LOVE, LURA per Pay as as a

June is the month that bringsus They really make a, nice appear I i II I Thanks For Your Cooperation I i SERVICE STATION

summer. June is lovely and as ance lined up for a.funeral. Don li!, GOODMAN'S

the poem above so aptly states often takes me riding. in the. COt EVERYTHING I I t t
.1\ ? Cite her i
the, high! season of the heart. It Cadillac sedan in the evenings. an Esterbrook pastel purse pen. I Bradford County Telegraph j SEEBER D. GOODMAN

is always such a lovely month in I Just a short ride to the park o'Only' $2-37 at Bradford
County I U. S 301 at South City Limits
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FRIDAY JUNE 11. 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE T11KEB


or planted a summer legume that Doyle Starling and children in 507 ('lark Building, Jacksonville minor children I seeks divorce. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
e"$ : Florida has been flled against :you in the I' Bradford County Telegraph shall I ,
.an[ be used for feed and a cover Miami and while there tried and file the original In the office 01 I 1 above named Court and cause and ':publish this Order in next four Dated this 26 day of May, 1954

[crop early hairy indigo or Striata fishing for Mullet successfully.Mr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i you are required to serve a copy otI : weekly issues. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
before i I your answer or pleading to the comI -Ii !I, Witness mhand and official Clerk of the Circuit CoutPy
the
iToiolana, (non-poisonous) can and Mrs. Harold Sapp and I or 5 day of July. 1154; I p'='nt on the Plaintiffs Attorney I II seal at Stark Florida this May 26, Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerh..

make you a good one. Each grows children of Miami were weekend I Wm. D Morgan 507 Clark PulldI :.1954. i, 5'2S 4t bIn '
I otherwise the allegations of said I ing. Jacksonville, Florida '! OFFICIAL SEAL) Chanes! A. Darb)
"well on light soil. produces good I guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Complaint will be taken as confessed I and file the original in the offioe of I As Clerk of said Court The Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial -

tonnage of green cover, has high Pearce Glenann, Va., and C'I by yoa. 'ne Clerk of the Circuit Court on or By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk tirroit Of Florida land For
This notice shall be publishedonce .before the 21 day of June. 1954; I Charles R. Hess.! :204! Guaranty Life ; Bradford County
feed value resistant to root-knot I will spend the summer here I each week for four consecutive otherwise the allegations ef said Bldg., Jacksonville. Florida. IN CHANCERY Xo lO 20r.iazia
ana reasonably free from their grandmother. weeks in the Bradford County Tele. i Complaint will be taken as confessed "Attys.! for Plf. ;5/2S; 4t 6 IS "( DAgliano Plaint::!. b, -Albert >

insects injury. This is disease-I Mr. and Mrs Ed Durban and i j graph.Dated this 2 day of June. 1954. :I This by you notice shall be publishedonce In Tap Circuit Court-Eighth Judicial -,I o Agliano ORDER ,NII Defendant NOTICE

middle of the possible sons, Raymond and Richard, and I: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby each week for four consecutive I Circuit Of Florida, in And For In The .a.e.f the State of Florida:
Clerk of the Circuit Court weeks in the Bradford County Tele Bradford County. ; To: Alberto D.Agliano..host' .
season. Either of these legumescan I daughters Misses Idell and Betty By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I graph. | IN CHANCERY. No 10-509 I and address is unknownYou iedence -

By Geo. T. HogginsCfeunty be planted from middle of Durban of Jacksonville, spent 6/4 4t 6/25 Dated this 19 day of May, 1954. ,!Harriet Edwards. Plaintiff v- Sydney are hereby summoned and r.-
C. Edwards. Defendant. !
OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.
( ) Darby ,
I quired to Answer the Bill of Complaint
Agent March to early July. Naturallythe I Saturday of last week with friendsin NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court I ORDER AND: NOTICEIn : filed herein against :
later planting might reduce Oxford. la Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty,I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk The Name of the State of Florida: {i':i the above entitled cause and you*era \in K
Extension Service Florida In 5/21 4t | To Sydney C Edwards. whose I
Agricultural yields of seed : Chancery.Nicholas 6/11i i iI. ;'' copy of your Answer or other defense -
manure or
green I Members of Lawtey School Verga, Plaintiff vs. Rose residence and address is unknown. upon Samuel V. Hok-h. Attorney
production. since the plant is killed Marie Verga Defendant.Case. CircuIt Court Bradford Cou.ty,i! You are hereby summoned and re- i:1 -
I for
I stickers. You will read stick Plaintiff 409-A Main Street
Get Coach Peas car
Any faculty, and the L. H. Futches No. 10-5:% Florida; I. Caaaeery. 'quired to Answer the Bill of Com'I''I'Daytona Peach.
by the first good frost. About 5 Florida, on or t-I-
I have a good lady friend or a ers such as "Watch your curves, were attending a County Teachers 5 tlce To Appears Ermalee Register, Plaintiff, vs !plaint filed herein against ;:fore' the 23rd day of June 1954.;;
'to 7 pounds of Indigo acre To: Rose Marie Verga. whose residence Joseph II. Register, Defendant. the; above entitled cause and serve |i'Herein
per fail not Decree
beef" cooperative or
eat A a Pro Con-
friend is not more
and it in
lady good Starke after-
Meeting Friday I'
and address is: 118 Avenue P, Case No. 10530Order ,a copy of your Answer or other de-i fesso will be entered,
my wife, who says she must havea !plan with Florida restaurants offering broadcast or 10 to 12 pounds of noon of last week. Patrons and Brooklyn Xew York. Of Publication And Notice To tense upon Samuel V. Holch, Attorney I':for the relief demanded against in the YoU Bill
crotolaria is a good seeding. Excellent You are hereby notified that a Appears State Of Florida To: for Plaintiff. 409-A Main Street !;of Complaint.
hamper of conch peas. If you. I free menu cards, and have have been friends of the local school will be suit for ToJoseph H. Register whose residence Daytona Peach, Florida, on or be- j: is a Bill for The Annulment nature of thl"suit
or if you know of any one, who I attachments to menus, will be crop of either interested to know that duringthe Divorce custody and support; of and address is: Unknown.You fore the 19th day of June 1954'1''divorce. and or

has: this variety of peas, you will featured. If you are not already a produced on the soils not previously meeting Mr. Haller was elected minor childrenhas are required to appear on Fesso Herein will fail not be entered or a Decree Pro i Witness my hand and seal of lr-
against
but 3 been filed agatnst you in the June 28. 1954. in the above named you I fice at Starke Bradford
be -doing a good neighborly deed I member of our local association fertilized, generally or president, and Mrs. Hamilton above named Court and cause; and!Court and cause wherein plaintiff fQr the relief demanded in the Bill [Florida. this 19 day of May,Count 1954. ,

to let us know. We feel it is one of we invite you to me& with us at 400 pounds of 0-10-10 of 0-14-10 secretary of the organization for you are required to serve a copy of seekC: divorce and restoration of ot suit Complaint.is a Bill of The Divorce.nature of this i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
will and increase your answer or pleading to the complaint maiden name.Bradioru Clerk of Circuit Court
our responsibilities to assist those our next meeting June 25. per acre improve the coming school year. on the Plaintiff's Attorney county 'telegraph shall Witness my hand and seal of office I Bradford County. Florida
Planted growth. Either of the seed need to 1 T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. publisa this Order in next four at Starke: Bradford County, By Marian L. Crosby
folks in town in obtaining good Soybeans I Deputy Clerk
At the request of the Lawtey and file the original In the oficepf weekly issues. Florida this 14 day of May, 1954. ,
be covered A. dual ;5'2l; :
lightl" 4t
purpose _____ I 6.11
food and to also help them appreciate Several farmers are busy this I City Council. the Seaboard Rail- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Witness mv hani and official seal (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I'
the activities and efforts of summer crop like this is mighty I before the 28 day June, 1954; at Starke Florida, this May 26, Clerk of Circuit Court NOTICE TO APPBR
week planting soybeans for anj I good for your soil. road Company is installing a system otherwise the allegations of said 1954. Bradford County. Florida. fn Circuit Court Bradford County
their farm friends. of signal lights and drop Complaint will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs 'By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I Florida .. Chaacery.
extra cash crop. Some 250 bushelsof i by you Clerk of said Court 5/21 4t 6.11 ,Calvta A. Carpenter. Plaintiff vs.
Eat More Bf arms at the crossing on the Mid- This notice shall be published I Florence K.
the new Jackson variety will VVVVYVYYVYVVVVVVTVVTVYVVLAVTEY By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I Carpenter Defendant
That will be the slogan of the dleburg Road directly in front of once each week for four consecutive (Cha. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life NOTICE TO AFPE4R \.U.. To "......,.
be planted for seed produ tion. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I'ldg., Jacksonville, Florida. I. Circuit Court. Bradford C..ty,1 j To: Florence K. Carpenter v\H.-
in the school house. This crossing Florida: In C ha Beer T.
Association
State Cattlemen's I residence
rraph. j and address
Superior in production of beans Atr>s. for Flf. 5/28 4t 6/18 is:.N"rt 11
I has been considered a traffic Dated this 26 day of May, 1S54. De Ette Trogdon. Plaintiff, vs. David ,Carolina State Hospital. Morgantoii.:
the very near future. The sum of:and oil content. Other plantings I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby !. Circuit Court Bradford County, Trogdon. Defendant. '=-. C.
hazard for quite some time and Case No 10-531 |
$6000 has been by the have been made, and will be made Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida In Ckaarery. You are hereby notified that a
approved by L. IL FutchtAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAl.AA this equipment is being installedas I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Doris K Young, Plaintiff, vs. Frank Notice To Appeeri ; suit for divorce
Association and set aside from !this month, for feed crops. One 5/28 4t 6/18 L. Young Defendant. I To: David Trogdon whose reFI-1 baa been filed against you in the
a safety measure. :dence and address
isco:
their extra funds to increase the jof the first plantings of soybeans Case No. 10-493 Trogdon 9906 Jefferson .4, ibove named. Court and cause and
The Construction In Circuit Court, Bradford County, .enut'.1 IOU are required to serve a copy of
! Company Order Of Publication And > tie .
sale Florida beef. A beef this spring was on the J. C. Sapp II Warwkk.'irginia. four answer or pleading to thf. I
I returned Florida In I
of pro- Mrs. A. E. Massey moved equipment to Lawtey last ; Chancery.Dewey To Appear; State Of Florida Toi You are hereby notified flat a I I jomplalnt on the Plaintiffs
.farm. This was the Clemson F. Harper Plaintiff, vs.
motion will be organized non- Frank L Young whose residenceand suit
program home Monday after a week for Attorney Wn D.
on week and started working on Effie C. Harper Defendant.Case I ; Morgan. >07
address is: 8 Plymouth Drive.imityviile I Divorce
I shatter variety, and is Clark ,
the 48 Cattlemen Asso- planted and Building Jacksonville, Fla
through I Mr. Xo. 10-528
spent with her parents, Long Island, New York.
I has been
I with State Road 225 from Lawtey to filed against you In the' and file the eriginal in 'the office
ciations in the State. Advertising in corn. The crop looks good Mrs. L. B. Hogue, of Bonita Order Of Publication and Itotlce T.'pp.ar& You are required to appear on above named Court and cause and it the Clerk of the Circuit Cuurt
Lake. The contract for of Florida
State
I at the time. Kingsley June 14, 1954, in the abo\e named are required to of
present The bushes you serve a copy an or before the
will be through newspapers, radio : who has To Effie C. whose residence
Daniel Massey Harper -
Springs. !Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
I this was let some time ago but your answer or pleading to tho 21 day of June. 1954
citric clubs window and are full of young beans which and address is: Hodge, Louisi- I seeks divorce.
displays complaint the
with Mr. -on Plaintiff
i been spending some I me little work done until recently. otherwise the allegations of said
gives a good prospect for lots of was ana.You Bradford County Telegraph shall Attorney T. Frank Landrum. Complaint wi'l be taken as con
and Mrs. Hogue came home with Lawteyites are delighted with are required to appear on I publish this Order in next four Starke, Florida, fessed by: you.
good feed before very long. Soy- his mother for a visit with the this it will to June 28, 1954: in the above named weekly issues. and file the original In the office of I This notice shall be published
FILL DIRTGOOD beans in with corn is a pretty project as serve i I Court and cause wherein plaintiff Witness my hand and official the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I once each week for four consecutive
family. shorten the distance front here to seeks divorte. Bradford County seal at Starke Florida, thi!. 10 May. or before the reeks: in the Bradford County Tele-
good diet for livestock, in that Telegraph shall publish this Order -
28
1954. day of June, 1954
; I graph
H. Hill returned Resorts .
you have a legume furnishing pro- Mrs. Louis the Lake considerably.Work t in next four weekly issues.! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegations of said Dated tins 1!* day of 1Ia)'. 19i4
RICH home last weekend after completing on the road to the new Witness my hand and official sea I As Clerk of said Court Complaint will be taken as confeaed -" (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles'A. Darby
tein, wityr) corn and grass thati I at Starke, Florida, this May 26,..1 I
another term of success- mine east of Lawtey is also By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk by you. Clerk of toe Circuit Court
I i will be. there. Soybeans is a good 1954. Zach H Douglas, 505 Lynch Build- This notice shall be published I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. ,
TOP SOILSee in the Ft. Myers (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Charles A. Darb each week for four
to behind commercial ful teaching moving along.YOU'LL ing, Jacksonville, FloridaAttjs !once consecutive 5 Jl 4t 6'11
plant
crop As Clerk of said Courl for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4
vegetables such as beans, cucum- schools. i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerl t

bers and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. White Chas. U. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life, In The Circuit Court 01 Bradford 4-
pepper.Then planting
Jacksonville, Florida.AllYs.
Pldg
LOVE tbe nen SCster- ftnnty. Florida, In Chancery.
behind these crops, no fertilizeris head and daughter, Judy, left II I for Plf. 5. 28 4t 6UOriCK ''I Dona Bell) Dilbon Plaintiff. vsCl ,
fountain
BILL JACKSON auto fora brook purse-size pens de Dilbon, Defendant.
needed. Soybean seed need to last Friday morning by- I >
:> OF INTENTION: TO
pastel shades. Only $%.87 at Brad- Case No. 10-496 i
Canada.
Jackson Transfer Compan; be inoculated with a special soy- three weeks vacation in IIKGIVIEK FHTITIOr NAME Order Of Publication And Notice I HUNDREDS
I bean inoculant. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McKinneyare FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Notice is hereby given that th.uiiderigned .: To Appear: State Of Florida To: i f
under the ::
Phone 165 provision Clyde Dilbon, whose residence and
Indigo Or Crotolaria For LegumeIf taking care of the Bel-Air Mo- of Chapter 20.95 Laws of Florida, address is: Carnegie, Pennsylvania.You .

you have not already planned tel; and little Patti Whitehead NOTICE TO APPE4RIn Acts of 1941, will register with th. are required to appear on I of details are managed and economItI -
until her Circuit Court, Bradford (Count-, Clerk of the Circuit Court In and foi June 14, 1954 it the above named
I is also in their care Florida: In Chancery. I Bradford Cvunty State of Florida.. court and cause, wherein plaintiff I .any attended that only a trained and

parents return. Albert F. Warren. Plaintiff. YI'. upon receipt of proof of publication I seeks divorce. i careful organization cast attend when
That's Our BusinessIf Hosa Florine Warren, Defendant. lof this notice the fictitious nam, Bradford County Telegrapti shall L
A S Misses Idell and Betty Durbanof Ca"e0.. 10-335:; i R. & G. Truck Stop under which ware publish this Order in next four :! J he urgent need for serving is at

Gl It's Glass We Have It! Jacksonville spent the weekend Xotl..e To Appear engaged in business on U. S. 301 weekly issues. i hand.
To: Rosa Florme Warrenih CALL WRITE or VISIT with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. residence and address I'nXnown.: L. M. Oaines and H. C. Broadway. seal] at Starke, Florida, this May 12,
g Ed Durban.. I You are hereby notified that a Starke. Fla, owneis. 1954.
: uit for divorce Dated this 20th day of May. A.D., (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby II DeWITT C. JONESPhone
Joe Peters Glass Co. Mrs. Weslfy Arwood and children has been filed against you in the 1954 at Staike Bradford County, As Clerk of said Court

and Mr and :Mrs. Frank "above named Court and cause and Florida. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 7 Starke, Fla.
you are required to serve a copy of 5,21 4t 6/11 Charles R. He!'!'. 204 Guaranty Life reas e.e-e.e flrfl.tflS,
FOIl ANY GLASS NEED Sweat all of Jacksonville were your answer or pleading to the complaint Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. I
I on the Plaintiff's Attorney :NoTICE TO APPEAR Attys. for Pit 5/14 4t
6/4
weekend of their parents.
W, Design Modern Store Fronts guests I Wm D Morgan. 507 Clark ntdg.. In Circuit Court, Ilradford County Funeral Director Ambulance Service
A Mr and Mrs. C. F. Carter. Jacksonville. Florida Florida: In Chancery. I. Circuit Court. Bradford County I
Just :Mail Us A Pattern for I' and file the original in the officeof Margaret J. Curry Plaintiff, vs. Florida: In Chancery ''I Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience ad
Table Tops Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green of the Cl .'k of the Circuit Court on Robert I. Currj Defendant. Benjamin F. Power. Plaintiff, vs
services not otherwise available.
j Jacksonville were saying "hello"to or before the 5 day of July. 1954: Case No. 10522olIe :! Mildred L. Powers, Defendant.
1313 N. %'. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 i Saturday otherwise the allegations of said :\ Ta Appear I Case No. 10-529 I t
friends in Lawtey ,
Complaint will be taken as con- To: Robert I. Curry. whose residence Order Of Publicationnd :Notice To I SSSSSSSSSStrStSSSSrSSSrr I .
morning. fessed by you. and address is: M/Sgt. USA Appear; !State Of Florida To:
This notice shall be published once Serial Number UA 6970624. 531st To: Mildred\ L. Powers, whose I i j We furnish the highest type cervtce at lowest prices, andI'

III -- Mr and Mrs. Cecil Atkinson each week for four consecutive Quartermaster Panama Canal Co.Zone, Post of Corozal,,, residence and address is: 508 Fern- acctpt AIM? life insurance policy in force fined by ANT
of dale
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Republic Drive Highpomt. North Caro
and Mr. and
and Debra, '
Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced I daughter. graph. Panama.You lina. I company as payment in part or In full on a funeral.
I I Mrs. Lane Bohannon of Miami Dated this :3 day of June, 1954. are hereby notified that i It] You are required to appear on Consultation
were visiting their grandfather.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby {suit for (June 28. 1954; in the above named I, carries no obligation.
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR I Clerk of the Circuit Court Divorce; custody and control ol f Court and cause. wherein plaintiff rrsa.rrrrssp-s--rs-rrsssssssr S.Wr.rrSr saSsspan J!
A. M. Blanchard. and family Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I

a. GENERAL MACHINE. WORK I Thursday of last week. 6/4 4t 6/25 .

Mr. and Mrs. Newn Mott of !NoTICE TO APPKR

I All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates ; Brooker spent Friday and Satur- la Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.Bradford County

i i day of last week with their daugh- Susie Elizabeth Stevens! xs. Jesa

I 1 ter, Mrs. Wilkerson and Willard Stevens, Defendant.
Edgar ,

II Red Seal Electric & Machine ShopF. family.Mr. NoVIce: JesaVillard To Appear.To Case Stevens Xo., whose 10-536

and Mrs. Carl Smart of rebidenc* and address Unknown..

W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager Jacksonville were Saturday guestsof Your are hereby notified that *
her mother, Mrs. Mattie Hend !suit for divorce custody and FORD gives

I 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla.T ,erson. has control been filed of minor against children you in the Only VOU

above named Court and cause and
Mrs. C. A. McSwain attending
] was -
I you are required to serve a copy of
----- to business in Jacksonville your answer or pleading t? the complaint '

Monday. Wm.on D.the Morgan.Plaintiff'507 Clark. Attorney DUg., \ /y :

I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Roberts Jacksonville Florida features now which
and file
were visiting relatives in St. the original In the office or
DOES YOUR \ the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
RANGE George, Ga. Sunday afternoon. or before the 5 day of July, 1954; \ ;::. :/ "!t1_ '. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Young and otherwise the allegations of said
)
<
Complaint nil be taken as confessed
HAVE THIS WONDERFUL ) three children of Athens. Ga by you.

spent from Friday to Wednesdaywith This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for foul consecutive other low-priced cars
? !Magic ChI :Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Pearce. weeks, in the Bradford County Telegraph mayoffergorrqw
FEATURE? Mr. and :Mrs. Bobby Bennett
Dated this :3 day of June 1854.!
and son Richard, of Daytona are (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
spending some time with relatives
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
I I'I i and friends here. 6/4 4t 6/25: ; !
The B. M. Jones family of Jack- -
1SOTICK APPE4R - -
sonville spent the weekend with la Circuit Court Bradford Comatf, .
friends in Lawtey. Florida In ('baor.r,.
-
-- : I Anthony Philip lorin Plaintiff, vs.
: Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Purga and Sarah lorio. Defendant. -

I I son, Timmy. left Sunday for New Case Xo. 10-334:;: Ford gives you: ..
Notice To Appear
I York where Mrs. Purga expectsto To: Sarah turin, whose residenceand I

I enter a hospital for minor surgery address is: 6875 Ambo)' Avenue,
Staten Island. Xe\v York. V-8 POWER
Rev. Purga is expected backin You
are hereby notified that a
town soon. suit for

Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Higginbotham Divorcehas Only Ford of the low-priced cars offers V-8 power-
been filed against you In .he .
I of Maxville were dinner above named Court and cause ,nd the type of power more and more car makers are ,

their Mrs you are required to serve a corot Yblock8 is the
guests of daughter. your answer or pleading ttthe adopting. And Ford's new 130-h.p. ,

James Waters, and family Thursday complaint on the Plalitlffa most modern V-8 in any car regardless of price ---....-
William ,
Attorney n
of last week. Morgan.
friii
Miss Arthurine Blanchard and I (
S'NP
Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonville __ I BALL-JOINT SUSPENSION (

were visiting the A. M.
_.
Blanchards Sunday afternoon. )Ir. 11'S : I For ride and handling ease that no other low-priced car ( f '

and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Ft. Lauder- jt \ OJ: 70"WoYt" Got'/ j can match, Ford brings you new Ball-Joint Front Suspension.It's (j

dale and Kingsley Lake were also -
another Ford exclusive in the low-price field.
I her father ..
visiting on Monday --=-

Weekend guests of the H. E. '
I :J ,
Priest family included her father -

I P. H. Day her sister, Mrs. Morine I:.. ; TREND-SETTING STYLING '

Summerlin and son, Joe, all of I ,

"MAGIC OVEN-EYE" I Jacksonville, and another sister, I II I Ford styling has set a new standard for the American I .

Mrs. Ernest Williams and familyof I Road. It is modem, forward-looking styling that :
: .
No need to watch. the clock in oven preheating Lake City. The group enjoyeda I I. \ -ill keep your Ford out front in appearance, not only ( ,

Just watch the "magic picnic dinner at Kingsley Beachon this lear but in the rears ahead. fl :
oven-eye" This little jewel glows. red Sunday.Mrs. .. -
:
when the oven is up to temperature i .
Jacksonville iI
G. W. Durham of ; .
jour dependable baking signal Grand-* iI I ,
Mrs. Claudia Stricklandof
iI I
results
prize every time. I; I II a
Gainesville and Mrs. J. P. I - -
Yours tielutnely with the 1953 H I .
Magte
Wynck of Tallahassee were spend I I
Chef f u range. II .
the night guests of Miss Eliza- I I /

TOTALCash beth Terry and Mrs. Joyce Futchon I Ii I ,e v v

Price 348.95 Friday night of last week. Mrs. I i SO WHEN IT COMES

Wyrick extended her visit to Shsrctherideorcarrwpassenjrfora -. .

LESS TRADE-IN Wednesday of this week. The lad- ., ; ., /
I consideration : TIME TO TRADE. << .. .
Old Range 33.95 ies were here to attend the grad- ,.
not void '
uation exercises at Bradford High I dOLS an :.

315-00 School, their niece, :Miss Mar I Auto-Owners automobile Ford's value will be higher. It's an t '

Julia Futch, being a member of
the class. I poltey.I established fact that Ford returns more

Completely Installed With : Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Devore and I, I

children returned home on Mon- Does it void yours? I of its original cost than any other low-priced car! r

day from a two weeks vacationin rd .
One Cylinder Gas FREE .
Atlanta, Ga. and Chattanooga, rO .
Come in! Get the best deal hr dollars! .
Tenn. Conner Bros. your ...... .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and _

& .daughter, Nina, of Okeechooee *
CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
!spent the weekend with relativesin

Lawtey, ,Insurance Agency Andrews Motor Co0

APPLIANCE CO. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starling:

:Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Markham and 129 W. Call St. Phone 285

149 W Call St. Starke, Fla.vF I children of Gainesville; and Mrs.

Walter Wilkinson spent from Friday -I Starke, Fla. .MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE
flfWM 'io .tii. I\lfhlt ilt l FLORIDA
: I( : I
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rAGE FOUR- BRADFORD COUNTY_TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1954

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e r5rSr5SSSssrrSSSSSSSSSSSS rrrfl Idella[ Du-rban To \Ved UDC Holds Annual Good Cheer For Disabled Veterans :th..rwI'e'. the allegations of said'I' Divorcehas
.mplunt will be taken a> confess- been filed against you In h.
''I 0. J. Boyette i Picnic At KingsleyThe ,, ,1 i by >ou. above named Court and cause and
This notice shall be published! you are required to serve a cog/ of
,nee each week for foul consecutive; your answer or pleading to the
r
annual uicnic and meeting RaA \\t-rks in the Bradford County Tele- complaint on the Plal stiffs

or theV.. T. Weeks Chapter. t.4 graph.I I'M'.xl; tlii-; 3 day of June. 1954. i 507 Attorney Clark William Building, Ja D.;k MoreM onMltr! ,

CDC was held with Mrs. A (Wt.I..L SEAL Charles A. Dart Florida
Clerk of the Circuit Court and tile
a inc original In the office ol
Z Adkins at Kingsley Lake June B\ :Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
2 Ik 1 4r 6,1 4t 6 25 or before the
5 day of July, 1S54;
Gladys Mooty During the meeting, the treas- NOTICK TO APPEAR i ila otherwise the allegations of said

Phone 35 urea reported full payment of the Circuit Court, Bradford Toaatf.Florldat Complaint will be taken as confessed -
la Canncery. by yo*.
I chapter quota of $206 to the \ 'h..nv I'hilip lorio Plaintiff, \t. This notice shall be publishedonce
tsssppspsrsssssrsssSSSBPV Memorial Building fund in Richmond Sa .ih lorn.. Defendant.Case. each week for four consecutive!
No. 10-534; weoVi in the Bradford County Tele
Starke Garden Club Members Va. The names of 37 mem- >i>lice Top ..nr. graph.

bers in 1951 were sent to be in- i4'ir .1"i iSarah lorio. whose residence LMied this 2 day of June. 1954
To Attend Attend Jacksonville !: .inn ..uldrtis.. :. 6 -75 Amboy Avenue (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Members scribed in this building.The M.t't. 11 l>-iand. New York. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Installation -- You are hereby notified that a By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Short Course BanquetMisses registar reported that
Annual ., -h'About suit for 6 4 4t 6 23
the credentials of Ruth Irene

Members of the Garden Club are : Della Rosenberg and Pat I Simmons were in the hands of

reminded to sign up by Saturday Lambe, Mrs.\ Mildred Sapp and the division registrar.Mrs. .

with Mrs. M. F. Hazen. presidentfor Mrs. Desta Dyal were in Jack- I, A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. L MONEY

the 10th annual short course F Chapman were ejected delegatesto
sonville Saturday evening to at- SAVE FOOD COSTSSHOPPING
presented by the University of the division convention to be
tend the annual installation ban
Florida. June 2123. held in Miami in October. Mrs. TIME

Emphasis this year will be on quet of the Jacksonville Businessand I Jeanette Kincaid and Mrs. G. W

the ttopical splendor of flowers Professional Women's Club. i Roberts were elected alternates.

raised in the sunshine state.<< Mrs. This was held in the banquetroom I Delegates named to the general '
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban of FOOD
Jack White Jr., Live Oak, will be FREEZERWAS
convention in Roanoke Va.
,
were
of the George WashingtonHotel Lawtey announce the engagementand I four members of the Starke Garden Club are loading a station -
visiting instructor for the course. Mrs. L. A. Davis, and Mrs. A. Z. i iI i
She will draw on her floral lecture with Miss Dena Snodgrass approaching marriage of their Adkins, alternate. wagon with 1500 blossoms from the gardens of members to take

and judging tours in five of Tallahassee as the speaker on daughter Idella Estell, to O. J. I to the 300 bed patients at Lake City VA hospital, Memorial: Day. -o-

states to give flower enthusiaststhe "Women in the Sun." Miss Boyette Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. The following officers were They are (I to r) Mrs. M. F. 1Ia.zt'n.IN.: K. F. Young :Mrs. S. E, _
0. J. Bovette Sr. of Lake City. elected for the coming year: |
latest trends in arrangements berg was introduced as Rosen-I I Sparks and lIrs.Iaxie: Carter. 1
from all sections of The wedding;; is to be solem'nizedSunday Mrs. W. G. Haile, president; : ? $47740
using plants 3-4 Director, Mrs. Dyal I
the state. "'" [ afternoon. June 27, at 4 Mrs. O. C. Haynes, 1st vice presi-! I I
trict Secretary and Miss Lambe
I p.m. in the Lawtey Methodis dent; Mrs. G. W. Roberts 2nd Keystone Recreation Report Shows Polio
The course will be conducted by as new President of the Starke NOW-.
Church. A reception will be held vice president; Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
the General Extension Division of Program UnderwaySeveral Increasing In FloridaThe
Club.Mrs. in the church parlor immediately secretary; Mrs. E. K. Ferryman,
Florida, in cooperation with the Dorothy Patterson of St. I
the treasurer Mrs. L. G. Powell his-
;
following ceremony.
.
Florida Federation of Garden Augustine, immediate past Dis- hundred Keystone last report issued by the
No invitations sent torian Mrs. Ruby Johns recorder
are.being ; -
Clubs, and the University of Florida trict Director, was the installing Heights youngsters will take partin U. S. Public Health Service shows _
but all relatives and friends of of crosses; Mrs. W. J. Chand-
College of Agriculture and Experiment officer and used an impressive the community's annual sum- that polio in Florida has increased
the invited to attend. ler, chaplain.
couple
Station. flower ceremony was used. I are I mer recreation program sponsoredby 143 per cent over the same period ,

All members of the local club ; Members enjoyed a picnic lunch. the Town Council. Hubert last year. Florida has had 229

are urged to attend. i WSCS Held Ridaught of Keystone's elementary cases reported by May 22, as compared -

Presbyterian Circles Smith-Hutchins Vows school has been appointed to 91 for the same period in' 0 bltcthi TtmptriW.
Monday MeetingsCircle
Baptist Circles Met Tuesday EveningCircle Exchanged SundayMrs. I recreation director. 1953. Control$ '

2 of the WSCS of the The program will include base- Broward and Palm Beach CQun- : O All Aluminum Ussr

Met ThisVeek 1 of the Presbyterian Methodist Church met Monday Alice Smith announces the ball, soccer, 'badminton, volley- ties completed its second round of > MODEL OszwieiAdiuitaUA.141
I
Women of the Church met Tues- afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. marriage of her daughter, Orie ball, bicycle meets. softball, nature three shots of Dr. Jonas E. Salk's Shelns.
The Lorena Epperson Circle at 6 for covered
day evening a F. Sauls with Mrs. L. D. Green as hikes shuffleboard, basketann polio vaccine on :May 15 and the
Ransom to Paul C. Hutchins, son !
Mrs. B. Alvarez leader, met O Aluminum
R. frmlAr
dish held with Mrs. R. G.
supper tetherball.
cohostess.The third shot will be during'this -
given
with Mrs. Eva Anderson, Tuesday -,Paterson. of H. V. Hutchins and the late :' I' Sbtlm
t devotional WithChrist" The Keystone Heights Rotary week. Both counties
'Traveling report
Mrs. Hutchins of Hawthorne, ,
June 1, with 10, members the Mrs. J. R. Osii'nzaastts' '
Following supper, is its annual swim- I' 490
sponsoring FREEZER
After the devotion. by and an impressive pledge which took place Saturday evening exceptionally high percentages of I CAPACITY LBS
present. Kite had of the .
Mrs. D. L. Thomas she presenteda charge program.Mrs. service were led by Mrs. C. D. May 5, in the Methodist II ] ming program. Odis B. Hinnant the children vaccinated have reported -i O Stor-Wel
David I
Montgomery presidedover
and the YMCA Immokalee
Williams. I Camp for their booster shots.
i Parsonage Kingsland, Ga.. The
the 150th anniversary o T.mprafurlln4icatlnr
program on the business meeting. Mrs.\ personnel will conduct the two- I
of the Foreign Bible Society, !Paterson volunteered to be flower Officers for the ensuing year nuptials were performed by Rev. week course. At Key West a total of 8.653 G. J. McGRIFF tight t'

with Mrs. Ewell Lawson taking chairman beginning July 1. A were elected as follows: Mrs. L. Etheridge. The Rotary Fish Fry, which children \nder 15 years of age 0 Automatic btirior LightCall

Refreshments served. I D. Green chairman; Mrs. Henri- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bruce of ceived gamma globulin
part. were committee was appointed to investigate helps to pay for the swimming re-I & Walnut Sts. Starke Fla. 0 Sput Maker Door
etta Hunt co-chairman Mrs. H. Gainesville tions to protect them against
the needs for redecorating : were the young I
is scheduled for tomor- Shelves
All Circles will meet at the M. Richarde secretary; Mrs. J. H. couple's only attendants. program, ralytic polio. Twenty-four cases PLENTY FREEZER SUPPLIES .

church, Tuesday, June 15, for a i the vestibule oc4he church. r row (Saturday) at Keystoneeach. ,of polio. most of them the I Qr..AotioIlKIIotLatelt
Fields, treasurer; Mrs. J. F. Mc- Following a short i among _ _
i The next meeting will be held wedding trip The public is invited.
business and program meeting at Comb spiritual life; Mrs. 0.V.. \Navy personnel, had been reported I .
to St. and "
Tuesday July 13, at the home of Augustine Daytona I : The Keystone public park has
12 noon, beginning with a covered- White. Christian social relations; in Key West at the time of the ..
Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins
,
are teen
Mrs. Herbert Green. lighted and night games .
dish luncheon.The Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. local church mass innoculations.In '
making their home in the McKinney -I for. adults have been scheduled. I II
activities Mrs. F. C. Hollings-
regular meeting of the Business Circle 2 met with Mrs. E. M. ; apartments on W. Madison I I '--.------
!
Wonvin's Circle will be held 'Davis Tuesday evening with 7 worth, courtesy; and Mrs. A. Z. Street. Circuit Court. Bradford County, -

Monday night, June 14, with Mrs.J. members and 1 visitor present Adkins, membership. I Mr. Hutchins is Vocational Agri- I Warwick.- '?ou are Virginia.hereby notified nat a !; Florida;F.IB Chancery.Dewey Harper. Plaintiff VI'.

D. Seymour bringing the pro Mrs. John Mixon, in charge of the Refreshments were served priorto culture teacher at BHS and Mrs. suit for I Effie C. Harper. Defendant.Case I

gram. Hostesses will be Mrs. I program used as her topic "The the business meeting to the 13 Hutchins is a beautician at Ruby I Divorce In the No. 10-528!! |
I has been filed against you Order Of Publication aid Notice T..ppari .'
Don Neel and Mrs. John Pierce. Cry of Cornelius." ,members present. Johns Beauty Parlor. :above named Court and cause and .\ State of FloridaTo

During the business meeting. Circle 3 met in the Educational you are required to serve a copy of : Uffie I'. Harper whose residence -
your answer or pleading to the and address is: Hodge, Louisi
Mrs.
The Doris Knight Circle. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell volunteered to I Building. Monday, with Mrs. A. Selma Decandia complaint on the Plaintiff

P. T. Nolin. leader. held its regular take care of the flowers for the Wood and Miss Kate Struth, host- I Attorney T. Frank Landrum, ana.You are required to appear on

meeting Tuesday night, June 1. church' for the balance of June. ',esses. Mrs. J. W. Andrews leader ,Weds Don J. Jones i and Starke file the, Florida original In the office of June Court 28 and, 1954;cause in the wherein above plaintiff named

with Mrs. R. O. Dansby presenting i Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs. John ; opened the meeting with prayer the Clerk of the Circuit Court on seeks di\ort-e. Bradford County I

the program. Those taking parts j awl scripture reading. I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Decandio. of or before the Telegraph shall publi.sh this
Mixon volunteered to be on the I 28 day of June, 1954; der in next four weekly issues. or-I
were Mrs. Mildred Cuttino Mrs. visiting cpmmittee for the rest of I I After the business session Mrs. j I Starke are announcing the mar- otherwise the allegations of said I Witness my hand and official

Betty Haas, and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. June. Mrs. E. M. Davis offered to :|I. P. Shepherd, gave the devotionalon riage of their daughter Selma to !ed Jomnlaiit: by you.will be taken as confe-s- at 1954.>> Starke Florida, this May 26, ,

Refreshments were served by furnish refreshments at the July dicipleship and its meaning.Mrs. I iDon Jame Jones, son of Mr. and This notice shall be. publishedonce (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
hostesses Mrs. H. F. Jones of The I each week for four consecutiveweeks As Clerk of said Court
Mrs. Hazel Paulk and A. Wood read'an accountof Hampton. Tele-
I general jneeting. in the Bradford County By' Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mr. Doris Vickers.Woodman Ths July meeting will be with a mass Baptismal; service in wedding was an event of May 15 graph I('ha. R Hess 204 Guaranty Life
Roanoke Va. j Dated this 26 day of May, 1954.OFFICIAL I Pldg., Jacksonville, Florida.
W. E. :n ,
Dr.
South India, reported by
Mrs. Claude Crowson
as hostess ( SEAL) Charlea A. Darby Attys. for Pif. 5/28 4t 6/18 I
Circle with Mrs. E. M. Davis in charge Sangster. Previous to her marriage, Mrs. I Clerk of the Circuit Court \ -; _
I Dy Marian I.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 5OTICE TO APPEAR !
of the program. Refreshments were served. I Jones worked at the Florida 5/28 4t 6,18 .
Meets In Cirrait ( ..u... Bradford County,
Tuesday NightThe
j Theatre at the concession counter. I Florida IB Chancery.
... >OTICK OF INTK\TIO\ j Nicholas "..rlra, Plaintiff, vs. Rose \
Woodman Circle will meet I Mr. and Mrs. Jones are at home RKGIVTKK FICTITIOUS XAMK I Marie Yerga, Defendant. I
423 Church street Notice is hereby given that the | Case No. 10-532
Roanoke
Tuesday night June 22 at the 1at
under the
I undersigned provisiopsof | ;Notice' To Appear
W.O.W. Hall at 8 p.m. All members : Va. i iI Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. ) To Rose Marie Verga, whose residence -
Arts of 1941, will register with the i, and address is: 118 Avenue P,
I i
are urged to attend, and refreshments -
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for I Brookl> n. New York. Old Pictures
will be served. Kathy Struth Has Bradford County, State of Florida, You are hereby notified that a Newspapers
.
upon receipt of proof of publicationof suit for
,.j----- Birthday Party I this notice the fictitious name I Divorce custody and support of
NOW YOU CAN ALWAYS IB., & G. Truck Stop under which we minor children
are engaged in business on U. S. 301 has been filed against you In the
: Matrimony minded gals take Dixon home on Kingsley the I Kathy Struth was hostess at a [south of Starke. Fla. above named Court and cause and Other Historical Items

BE COOL note, if you have no prospectivemale R. L. Lawsons have purchased the ; hamburger supper party Thursday j'I L. M., Fla.Gaines, owners.and II. C. BrpadwayStarke you your are answer required or pleading to verve to a the copy complaint of- .

on the hook, just get a job'at Gardenia house on S. Walnut I evening June 3. in celebration of Dated this 20th day of :May. A.D., on the Plaintiff's Attorney

---- Ruby Johns Beauty parlor and steet hear that the J. D. Sey- her 11th birthday anniversary. '1'1954 at Starke, Bradford County. '1'. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. I
Florida. and file the original in the office of
Tune in the weather you you'll find a man within a year, mours have leased!: the pretty new Mixed summer flowers in pastelhues I 5/21 4t 6/11 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or, Next July TilE TELEGRAPH will

want RCA Room this Air summer Conditioning. with- believe me in the past year- II Phillip's service station, corner of decorated the Struth homeon ISOTICE TO APPEAR I otherwise before the the allegations 28 day June of, 1954 said; be 75 years old. We are proud to

Don't delay. You'll and-a-half, four, beauticians from I Washington and Temple sorry -I W. Madison street for the occasion. -,I Ila Circuit Court, Bradford Cooat,.. Complaint will be taken as confessed -I hold the title of "The Oldest
) that namely Hilda Watson, to hear that the McCoy Lewises :I I Florida I. Chancery by you
/ / better! shop i Weekly
,i I Margaret J. Curry, Plaintiff, vs. This notice shall be publishedonce I Newspaper in Florida
Elma Lee Hickey, Lucille Alvarez ,have moved to Clearwater to make I Following the hamburger supper :i I Robert I. Curry, Defendant. each week for four consecutive Published Continuously Under The

and One Ransom have tied the I their home Jacqueline Moore I I Case Xo. 10-522 weeks in the Bradford County Telerraph. Same "
Chas./ C. ShepherdTV !on the, lawn, Kathy and her eight [ Notice To Appear Masthead.
knot it may be catching, bet- and Mural Gardner have sold their 'guests attended the movies. i!I, To: Robert I. Curry, whose residence -I 1 Dated this 26 day of May. 1951.

ter keep an eye on Ruby herself home on S. Water street to the I : and address! is: M/Sgt. USA (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles' A. Darby To mark our 5th (Diamond
(Serial Number IIA 'I Clerk of
Radio Seat Covers 69T0624. 531st the Circuit Court
I. the matrimony fever is also A. N. Hollidays and Jacquelineand I :{'Quartermaster Co., Post of Corozal. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Jubilee) Anniversary we plan to
Phone 239 Starke, Fla. Catching among the school teach- daughter have moved out to '!Local Talent Appears (I Panama Canal Zone :Republic of'' 528 4t 6/18 publish a special edition of historical -

( what with Paul C. Hutchins. the P. A. :Moore Dance Recital .Panama. I I interest, reviewing best
i era garage apartmenton I tin j You are hereby notified that a, "OTln TO APPEAR as

.- -." _!i. _. :. __: : Coc. Agri. teacher and Orie RanSom Kingsley Lake the G. W. i I suit for I In Circuit Court Bradford ('. we ran, the growth and development -
i Divorce, custody and control of .untY'1
This I tieing the knot last Saturday Darnell family have, moved to I Children from Starke. Keystone { minor children Albert Florida F. In Warren hancrrj., Plaintiff, of Starke and Bradford
Ad Good ForDISCOUNT \s.
'I evening up in Kingsland Ga.. and I Brookhaven, Miss. I'' Heights. and Gainesville performed has been filed against you In the'i 'I Jlcoa Flnnne Warren, Defendant. County, as well as the Telegraph,
above named
i Court and
I Jimmy Hurst, baseball coach at 'i Carl LaMar and Shirley Johns I in the Nancy Jane Studio of I I you are required to serve! cause a copy and of I,',i \.tlee To Appear Case No. 10-535; since 1879.

SOc BHS and Louise Crane, of Frost- the Dance recital given in Keystone I your answer or pleading to the com- I To: Rosa Florine Warren, whose
and son, Dale._of G'ville are occupying plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,,residence and address We would like to han a -
j Thursday is: 1'nknoun. representative
proof going to center-aisle it on Heights yesterday ( -I I Wm. D. Morgan 507 Clark tuiid-i I i You
are hereby notified that
their cottage on Kingsley i The recital will be ing, Jacksonville, Florida a collection of old pictures of
On the Purchase of Sunday in Frostproof and another ) given I I :suit. for divorce
any 1 Lake this week and the senior at 8:15 in the and file the original in the offloe of has been filed against In the (tersonalities and places of Starke
tonight you
Pair of Shoes over $2.98 teacher in the BHS English Dept.and I again I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I above named Court and cause and and Bradford
Carl Gainesville Auditorium. (before the 21 day of June, 1954 I i.- County for publics
a popular Call street secretary Johns moved out to their': High ; you are required to serve a copy of

;GOOD JUNE 11 & 12 Only} said their vows up in Folk- summer home on Kingsley on i The recital presented pupils in Complaint otherwise the will be allegations taken as confessed ef said- I your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to the complaint 1 older lion in the this Jubilee Edition. The
I I Attornt'yI better! We
ston. Ga. Tuesday watch nextweek's Wednesday the Hogan Smith variations of tap and ballet dancing ;I This by you I Wm. I). Morgan, SOT Clark Bldg.. j I are efilpt'I -
Cut this Ad out and bring lth I notice shall be publishedonce Jacksonville Florida daily Interested in pictures of pre-
paper for formal announce- family can be reached this summer | and acrobatics. : each week for four consecutive
j I and file the original In the office 1900 vintage, ttt
you.Bobbies. weeks in the Bradford County Tel.I .-. they must be in
11I_ ment. at their summer cottage onI I I graph. of the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on
I or before the :5; day of 1954 fairly good condition for reproduction -
Did you see Audrey Carlisle on I I Crosby lake and J. E. Denmark. 'Recent Births 1 (OFFICIAL Dated this!SEAL 19 day) Charles of May. .1954.Darby 1 otherwise the allegations July of said; Bring them in and let

!i the "Open House" TV program L. M Gaines Kenneth Grider and::1 i I Clerk of the Circuit Court Complaint will be taken as confessed :' us see( what you have. We will

1 last Thursday afternoon where she I Bill Patray are batching it at the 1 !i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng an- I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 5/21 4t Clerk 611I 1! This notice by you.shall be published once take good care of them and return

danced in a ballet commemorating IS. G. Denmark cottage on Kings.. I jnounce the birth of a daughter each week for four consecutive I them after S

;i45 W. Call St. Phone 291; :Thomas Jefferson's birthday ont j ley this week Mr. and Mrs.. !born Tuesday, June 8. | IB Circuit Court Bradford County,I I I graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- using. t
Florida la Chancery.
: Starke, Fla. t the UDC portion of the program | Geo. Porterwood, of Alabama, are" .*. i t,Ermalee Register, Plaintiff -vs :i Dated this :Z: day of June 1954."Of'FICIAI. I We would also appreciate it if

.. : little Beverly Lappe would like I the new tenants in the Kincaid II Mr. and Mrs. Barney Spence are i!1 Joseph II. Register Defendant. "!| Clerk. SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court I "old timers" would search their
L Case Xo. 10-530: '
-- -- : to hear from some of her old apartment on N. Walnut street -: the happy parents of a son born Order Of Puhll..Uooad Satire To Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk attics old trunks dresser

i friends here. she is recuperatingfrom I Mr. Porterwood works for Humph I I tpprari tate Of Florida To j, C/4 4t 6/25 I drawers etc. and
with
I come
ITS A DILLY : Tuesday, June 8. To H. up
i Joseph Register whose residence -
'
serious ries Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ed I I
a operation in St. and address isUnknown.: \OTICK APPEAR .ld Issues of TilE TELEGIUPH.

REVOLUTIONARYTop Louis io.. where she has been wards are renting their house or, I I I You are required to appear 0'1I la Florida Clrruit la C..Chancery.urt. Bradford Couaty I We have in our files issues almost
June %8.
for the past month you can ad- Lake street and will share Vergi.Flynn's .! ,11U The Circuit Court Eighth Jndlri- ,I[Court and 1954.cause in the wherein above plaintiff named i Susie Elizabeth Stevens, vs. Jesa complete back to 1900, and
where moved]I ; al Circuit Of Florida' IB And For Willard Stevens, Defendant.
house. they seeks divorce
dress her care of Harry Lappe. Bradford County. i maiden and restoration of <'aseo.. 10-536 I some before that, but we would"I

Thomas Hotel, Gainesville.See last week Mr. and Mrs. Ralplj I I IX CHAXCERY. Xo. 10-509 Bradiora name.county 'lelegraph shall >ollre To Appear. I like to hate issues of the 1880'sand
Nettles and Harriet Edwards. Plaintiff, vs. Sydney 1 To: Jesa Willard Ste\en. whose
I j daughters are renting publish this Order In ,
.' I
next four
I 90's
Vernon if
; Underhill recently C. Edwards. Defendant. weekly Issues. ;ire-idence and address il-: I'nknown.I any are found. It
returned from Korea is home on lone of Mrs. F. H. Long's apart ORDtR11 >OTICBIB i I Witness my hand and official seal i I Your are hereby notified that a would be a rare discovery, indeed,
-' I The Name of the State of Florida; suit
N. Walnut street Mr. for divorce.
ments custody andi
}\f 30 day leave hear that Mar I on : To: Sydney C Edwards whose 11954.at Starke. Florida this. May 26. i 4 ntrol of minor children if someone should come up with

cus Brown is returning to Emory Nettles is Mgr., of the BrookeiFarmer's residence and address is unknown. I tOFFlCIAL SEAL) Charles A. 'has been filed against you in the VoL 1, Xo. 1 the first issue of
7' Market hear thai 11 I You are hereby summoned and re- Darby : above named Court and cause and
University in Atlanta for the I' | As Clerk of said Court THE
Bill of Com- TELEGRAPH
I qui red to Answer the 'I I Rv Marian L. you are required to serve a copy fif published in
Brad Locke has been discharge Crosby Deputy Clerk
summer quarter on Monday, and ''plaint filed herein against you in '('has. R. hess 204 'your answer or pleading t, the complaint 1879. In fact, we would be so
Guaranty Life
from the Navy and he and Sharor lithe t I above entitled cause and serve I on the Plaintiff Attorney
sister. Florence Brown. will be attending I ja copy of your Answer or other defense -Pldg. Jacksonville, Florida. 1 Wm D Morgan. 507 Clark Bldg. pleased to get that'particular
have moved from Portsmouth, Va. Samuel V. HoIch, Attorney |Attys for PIt. 5/28 4t 6, IS 1 Jai
JvI\ summer session at U. of upon -, ksonviiu, Florida issue we would the
to Mass., where the for Plaintiff. 409-A Main Street. and file the In I pay person
Swampscott. original the office oT
I !
F. Circuit
Court '
Hollis Knight Jr. called his { Bradford
County bringing
Daytona EVach. Florida, on or before Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court orjor it la a reward of 25.
their home. la
will make Cfcaarrrr.'
I ,
father Sunday from Fort Lewis. the 19th day of June, 1954. Benjamin F. t.efore the a day of July, 1954;
Powers
Herein fail not Decree Pro Con- Plaintiff vs! !
or a
Wash., saying that he expected to | Was sorry to hear that Buddy,' \fesso will be entered against you ',Mildred L. Powers, Defendant. So look around, folks, and see

Water Dilly Lure sail Monday for overseas duty in |: (H G.) Davis of Tally 'ta.report. for the relief demanded in the Bill 1 Order Of P.bll..loa.d Case No.Notice 10-529 Ii I ICE COLD I what you come up with. Bring:
,iof Complaint. The nature of this To i
With *Built-in u Utlw" .!FUk other AttrartorBent Itadlaiclutf II Japan his address is PHol- er on this paper several years'I I suit is a Bill of Divorce. .Appear Slat Of Florida Toi I jour "collector's items" in and

built leto uae lur. Itrnultn lis Knight Jr.. RA 14505743. 1stCavalry ago) came down with the mump; | Witness my hand and seal of ofjfice i residence ToMildred and L. Powers, whose MELONSCANTALOUPES help tN make this 75th Anniversary -
are almont a.b.U..bl... Oae last week also! to heai.. at Starke, Bradford County, :dale address is: 50? Fern- I
Division. APO 201. care sorry Drive Highpoint. I Edition
North of THE
!.*. took the H. !a flte c..t.) (,Florida. this 14 day of May. 1954.i Caro- TELEGRAPH
BBOthrr ..,... baa wkrB bus of P.M.. San Francisco Calif. that little John Anderson has th (OFFICIAt. SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1 ilina.You something to be prized for

M,rc mot kilting olker luna t Mill Hear that Agnes: and Charles measles spotted Charley Parker .. I Clerk of Circuit Court {JJune: 28.are 1954.required in the to above appear named on to come.BRADFORD years
.B,,tkrr took hl. limit la 40 mia.CUAR.IATF.KU Bradford County. Florida. and II'
TO CATCH I Lawson, Earl Norman and Faye leaving for Jax Wednesda r I By :Marian L. Crosby! Deputy Clerk ;seeks Court divorce.cause wherein plaintiff 3FOR25eFRESH

sORE BASS or year moatr bark Paulk spent last Tuesday at St. where he was to be inducted intc I 5/21 4t 6/11 Bradford County Telegraph shall ,

8KB YOUR Augustine Beach see Francis the army probably be stationed 11 XOTICE TO 'APPEAR weekly publish! Issues this Order In next four PEACHES

FARM HOME and AUTO anti Roy Ward and children are at Fort Jackson. la Florida Clrrmlt I. C CII...rt.....Bradford'. CooMtr,I Witness my hand and official 2 LBS. 25c COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone
: "
STORE Guess that's it for this week-. jFf'al at Starke. Florida, this May 28,
occupying the S. R. Johns cottageon De Ette Trogdon, Plaintiff, vs. David :1954.

Mf*. kr Kingsley during June and let's all pray for rain and a Mtl. Trordon. Defendant (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chance A. Darby MARTIN'S FRUIT
Chase Rod & Tackle Case Xo. 1Q-531
Company As Clerk of said Court
July Kitten and Doyle Conner cooler weather this heat anc I Xotlre T. App.eari
By Marian
4100 fit PrlrnbBTC.42a Aese.< Ftorlaa. Xorta have moved from the Davis houseon dust is getting me down To; David Trogdon. whose residence Charles R. L.Hess Crosby 204 Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life SHOP Starke, FIa.EF' .
and address is: C'o Jam?* W. Bldg., Jacksonville. Florida.
Church street to the Martha Carolyn.
Trogdon, 993SH Jefferson Avenue ,Attys. for Plf. 5-2J 4t 6 IS
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FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA I
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'1 ., Billy Dampier is spending this Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith Jr., }Ir. and Mrs Harry Lappe and -- -- I

I week with his uncle and aunt, Mr.: and son, Larry, of Gainesville, daughter. Beverly of Gainesville Five/ Girls Attend Short Course ;various phases of convoy protec-

r I and Mrs. J. D. Griffis in Theressa.i were overnight guests last Fridayof former Starke resident returned ::ion and detection of submarines !

p6.61& i Mr. and Mrs. 'L. F. Smith Sr. home Wednesday after spending ., i I jy Hunter-Killer Groups. _

j P. Mooty, of Miami, visited j II month in St. Louis. Mo wht'.t'"BeVerlY irt IIO..l'IT.LmJlSSIOX I

!the Harry Mootys last Friday. \ Mrs. Mae Jones and grandson underwent .. ,
a serious 1.- The
opt< ThJ4I following were ad- -
while enroute from Camden, N. J. I J Mike and Mrs. W. Q. Dowling, of tion. persons
C It THE NEWS ,t_ nittcd to the Doctor's Clinic Hospital -
I' Jacksonville were Tuesday guests ;zJ recently:

,. I ,, Mrs. Robert Turner and Mrs. of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes .J)rand David Dortch. Waldo: Mrs F.
Sam Anderson visited Mrs. GlenSearing c
Miss Dolores McKnight was in Mrs. 0 L. Beasley spent Sundayto I daughter. Marcia are spending I Beet:>e. Keystone Heights: Mrs.
in Jacksonville last Thursday Clifford Sinks and Mrs. William
Orlando Sunday visiting friends. Tuesday with :Mr. and Mrs C. I, I this week in Atlanta, Ga., wherethey \ \V Everett Gainey. and Blanche Hod-
iFlippin and family of Nashville, attended the
C. in graduation exercises je. Brooker: Thomas Richardson.
John Bize. of Tallahassee, was Hoppe Tampa. I j Tenn., were guests over the week- of Mrs. Haynes' sister. :Miss ';.j' : i s Lulu: Mrs. Barbara Barbour Gra-
Mrs. Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville end of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal-
the Tuesday guest of Hollis V. I R. F. Young is visiting relativesin spent from Wednesday to ler. Betty I Nell Scott from Agnes ham.>, N. C.. Franklin Johnson
Knight.W. Scott college on June 7. Lawtey: Edward W.
Lumberton and Elizabethtown,, Sunday with her sister, :Mrs. A. Z. : Grover O.
N.. C., for two weeks. Adkins. E. Holder. Carl W. Stewart. ,Glen I I'a
P Smith spent the weekend Selma Bronson and children, Mr. and Mrs. R L. Epperson Si rver. Mrs. Leona Bryant. Mrs. I

i with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnadoein I Mrs F. H Cason of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis of :Jane and Johnny, of Orangeburg,, and Mr. and Mrs R. L. Epper- Dice Holder and Mrs. Reva t
S. C. have been
Palatka visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. South Jacksonville visiting with Police son Jr., of St. Petersburg, and M an"h. all of StaikekVANTEl I
were Sunday Chief W. E. If
and Mrs. Thorn-
E. I and Mrs. Harold
Knight, on Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. McKinney and f
Murphy Sewell, of Alt ha, is Pickering. I:ton.' 'children, of Jacksonville were ) OLD lUGS Best

spending two'weeks with Mr. and R. A. Weeks is making an extended I weekend guests of Mrs George prices l, paid for good clean, cotton

Mrs Cecil SewelL visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. Jimmy Malone is I' Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump spent Anderson.Mrs. rags. Xu khaki or \\ool.-BradFord -
IT.I spending sev- |the first of the week visiting their I
i '
Weeks in Tallahassee. eral weeks with his ( 'Hint> Telegraph.CHARLEY .
grandparents,
Dianna Smith of Winter Garden ] (son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and W. E. Middleton and daughter I .
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Morrison, in Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr., in Monti- ::
spent the weekend with her Mrs. Shellie Hall is spending: Sopchoppy. !cello. Madge, will join the Dowling | '., It::, S' "
father, J. E, Smith. several weeks with Mrs. Charlie and Middleton families of Jacksonville -

Parker in Daytona Beach J. I in Lakeland on Sunday i TALLAHASSEE BOUND iNured above are five 4-H Club girls
Mr. and Mrs. I A. McIntyre and children Mrs. Martha Maxwell Gonzalezleft who are attending a short in
Eric L. Moore, of where Mrs. Middleton's nephew course Tallahassee this week. Iiss
Billy and Oran, of
Broxton, Ga., were weekend guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile of Auburndale ] Wednesday for Tampa to Jimmy Williams. will be ordainedin Dorothy Ross home demonstration agent, is shown opening the door
have
I also been
visiting with the
join her husband in their new
their daughter, Mrs I. G. Harris Miami are overnight guests tonight .Thorntons. the Methodist ministry. for' (1 to r) Marilyn Cox, Billy Ann Buss, Betty Gaskins, Pat Hobbx
]
home
North
there at 2309 A
and ,of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile. I and Wanda Norman
family
j Street.
I Mr. and Mrs. Silva visited ,
.. Dr. W. E. Middleton and daughter Ralph Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the Telegraph-
: BULOVA WATCHES $1 per I Ray Guertin here this week. Mr. ;
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on kl I Madge spent from Tuesdayto Mr. and :Mrs. Mort Alpren are ,
week at Dahmer's. (tf) Silva -!'
was taking pharmaceutical ish
Saturday at their camp at leaving] June 18 for Philadelphia, a : I leadership in high places.
I
Cedar Keys. I,]Pa., where Mr. Alpren is entering examination in GainesvilleMrs. Georgia Military College is one
D 'IC ,Ga.Miss Linda Shiver of Waycross, \ ITeacher's i college, at Temple Uni- i Silva foremerly taught music \ SERVICE MEN of the eight Junior Colleges in the ,
is visiting the R. B. Alvarez
in the Bradford
THEATK. land Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mrs. Ann versity. I County public United States which offers Senior
Paul Raymond families.
STARKE FLA. j Andrews, of Jacksonville, were ,schools. Army ROTC training. Upon satis-

i Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy, of J, i weekend guests of Sheriff and Mrs. Miss Diane Gille of Lake City, Miss Idell Landrum and class 1 factory completion of his four ,F
:P. D. Reddish. !
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and Mr. and Mrs. H. of
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Ga. the week Wimberly, years work a studentis
Fri.. Sat.-June llf 12 Augusta, spent past mate Miss Joy Smith of Portland,
of Eagle Lake, were weekend slated for a commission in the
with Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns.
DOUBLE FEATURE [I II Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Perkins of guests of Mrs. Nelson Green and jj j Maine, returned to their studies at I ,Army. I' E. JOHNS & SON

Small Town Girl II i Lake dinner of Duke University, Durham, N. C.,
City, were guests family.
| Miss Eva Bryant is leaving for after spending last week wdth about this question
I
Jane Powell and Minn. where she j their hunt. Mrs. W. H. Perkins, ,
Farley Granger Minneapolis, will 1 Idell's Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
-AndTexas :I study to be an X-ray technician. Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Witt and Landrum.parents Marine Pfc. Edward P. Melvin, .
.1
,
I I \ son, David, have returned to their son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Mel- 'While on our trip we saw a

Bad ManWith I I Mr. and Mrs. McCoy Lewis are home in Columbia, Ohio, aftera Mrs. J. W. Kincaid president of vm of Route 2, Box 83, Starke \ ' '
Wayne Morri moving to Clearwater, where Mrs. \ vacation here with Mrs. Patei is aboard the
: the Starke Woman's Club was support aircraft i smashed by a hail storm. I
Plus Serial "Jungle Raiders" Chap. Lewis will teach. Mr. Lewis will i Gassett. carrier USS j'
hostess at a luncheon Thursday of Leyte. participating i decided to insure
I our sign as
No. 12 and Color Cartoon. for Kids), teach in Largo.Mr. I last week for the elected in a major anti submarine development -
newly
.1.1I I Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and daughter exercise. !soon as we returned. Do you
Sun.. Mon. and Tues. : and Mrs. J. C. Furlong and Sylvia and Mr. and Mrs. Paul I officers of the club. Plans were j
I made for the new year's work ;j I I The training began on April I have a policy that covers
June 13. 14, 15 II son. Benny, of Mesa, Ariz., are Raymond attended their niece'sgraduation 261
DOUBLE FEATURE I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fur in Wayeross, Ga., Mon and selection of chairmen made. : Bradford and involves over 50 air, .j neon signs against any Kind
'long this week. day I I II Locke SK2. son of and submarine units operating in j
Top Banana evenng. I Earl Alvarez spent the weekend'Mrs. Hildred Locke of Portsmouth, ':1 t the area between Bermuda and i il 9f damage"CharleyE.

with friends and relatives inII 'I N. H., and Edwin B. Locke of I l it the Bahamas. Designated ASDE-1 i
With Thil Silvers Mrs. O. E. Stansbury who has Paul Meng returned home Sun '
I
-And- I been a patient V the Riverside day from the Alachua Hospita II Staike before leaving for Atlanta Swampscott. Mass., and the husband 'I''I'I VEX 1-54. the operation was i)

II hospital since May 31, returned where he has been confined with where he will be employed this(I I of the former Sharon Hall :j planned and scheduled by the |

ALGIERSWith I Grandpa Thinks We home Wednesday. I injuries received on his job several summer. He attended Georgia Starke, will receive his discharge I I:
Charles Boyer weeks ago. Military Academy last year and from the U. S. Navy on June 11thin l U. S. Atlantic Fleet, under the
Moved to the Seashore I ''
Plus Color Cartoon for Kid Patrolman and Mrs. Q. A. Fill will transfer to Georgia Tech this Norfolk. Va. : ,command of Rear Admiral Harold :>

Since We Sought ingim and daughters, of Palatka I Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. R fall. j During his tour years of duty. 'D. Baker, USN, to explore the & Son Agency

Wed.. Thur.-June 16, 17 Our RCA spent the weekend with Mr. and F. Young attended the FederalGarden I j he has been stationed at Great I II i tactical' application of specific new j

DOUBLE FEATURE I Room Air Conditioner Mrs. Doyle Conner. 'I Club President's Councilat WANTED OLD RAGS Best j I]Lakes 111. Naval Training Center: :'developments in anti-submarine I Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
'
The Man From famed too. -, the Garden Center in. Jacksonville j'rices paid for good, clean. rotten ,;Bayonne, N. J. Storekeepers i:warfare. The exercise covers the i ,

fresh, cool, invigorating air Mary Elizabeth and Louann Lee last Wednesday.Mr. raffs. No khaki or \\ool.-Brad-j School, and Green Cove Springs. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALVAREZ'

The AlamoWith will give everyone in the Waycross, Ga., were guests oMr. f I ford County Telegraph.d j He has served aboard the USS I

Glenn Ford and Julia Adam:,. family a new lease on life and Mrs. J. W. Furlong last and MBS. P. A. Dampier anMr. i I:Mercury USS Chuckawan, and !
I
-And- i!I the year 'round. i j Friday and Saturday. I: and Mrs. Hansel Dampier and I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman i'US Vulcan. While aboard the llI I STORE : Ien's.Clothing III IL
Jacksonville Wednesday,
,son, Kirby, of Jacksonville went to 'I
were
Chukawan, he Established 1894
The Blue GardeniaAnne was among those III
Chas. C. She r
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: pher A I Miss Pamela Faye Lawson' is: Sunday afternoon guests of Mr 'where Mr. Nollman entered St. participating in the NATO Exercise ,

Baxter and Richard Conte ,attending the Y. W. A., of the. I and Mrs. R. C. Dampier. I Luke's Hospital for surgery and I!:' Mariner in Iceland. I

Plus Color Cartoon for Kids TUa.tfiu Seat Cove S i I South Baptist Assembly, in Ridge- (Mrs. Nollman will visit her son- During TTTTfTTTTTTTYTTTYTTTTYYYTTYYYTTTTTYYTYTYtALCOHOLISM
his sea-duty, he has
I'hone 239 Starke, FlaI crest N. C., this week. Tommy Slade is in Leesburg thisweek in.law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I been to
I .1 I I taking a leadership traininj II Crosby H. Dawkins, for a few i i France, England Italy, Germany, 1 E

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Spain.
Mrs. Alma Compton, of Jacksonville ;course for the Methodist M-Y.F.; days. Turkey, South Africa, I ,

1 . ___"' >- : Beach, spent the past week i camp, where he will serve as counsenor Greece Ireland, and Cuba. I II II E
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--- -- -- -- - ,with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MundyJr. later in the summer. j IMary Agnes and Anne Matthews i I Upon his release from the Navy. I

., at Kingsley Lake. 1 I are spending this week in ,he and Mrs. Locke will make their. E Write Today! For Free Brochure about

I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wise and( |Madison as the guests of Ray and I i home in Boston Mass., where he p. SOUTHERN CROSS METHOD I

DANCE M. L. Johns, Mrs. Pate Gassett children of Wautoma, Wis., and ':Nell .Norfleet. Mrs. E L. Mat- ,i I will attend college Mrs. Locke South's Largest Institute, for the Specialized Treatment of I II

and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Witt I M-Sgt. J. H. Jackson, of Quantico, thews and daughter, Betsy, drove '|'will be employed at the Boston Alcoholism 3
?' Ca>es Admitted 24 Hours
and son. David, spent last Fridayat ;Va.. are spending this week with the girls up to Madison on Monday naval shipyard bv transfer from I

EVERY Jacksonville Beach. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard.Miss and remained with the Norfleets Norfolk naval shipyard E SOUTHERN CROSS HOSPITAL I
;overnight.
21244 Grand C.t'ntral1'. Tampa Fla. Phone 83001AAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjU
Mrs. A. Y. Covington and son, I Frances Caldwell is attending

THURSDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTMusic Irvan, are leaving Sunday to spend the training school for Coy Alvarez, son of Mr. andt

two weeks with relatives in Har- I Presbyterian Youth Leaders t Mrs. T. G. Alvarez of Starke. TTTYTYTYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYTTTTYYYYTT

,den and Paducah, Ky. South Georgia State Teachers College has been cited for scholastic C
yTOMMY'S 1
I at Veldosta, Ga., this week. I achievement at Massey Business! j, DRAPES \ IE
TANTRUMS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cantrell j College. The honor citation is' t *

:and children of Jacksonville, were Misses i awarded to those students who >
I Margaret Rose Duncan:I E SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING
ROUND AND SQUARE I I Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Frances Caldwell will be delegates |have maintained a consistent : I

I and Mrs. Robert Green. I next week at the Presbyterian ?average!! of at least 90 per cent I 4

Senior High Conference at l i in all subjects.I '
DANCES ( i i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez were Camp O'Leno near High Springs I i

in Tampa Saturday to Wednes- I Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Sommer BEAUTIFUL FABRICS

,day, visiting Mr. Martinez' daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis left: !and daughters are attending the ELEGANT STYLING

Fun For All and new baby. j Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga.. and Florida Annual Methodist conference E PERFECT TAILORING 3

will go on to Waynesville, N. C.1 in Lakeland from Tuesday to

Kaspar Duncan will serve as 'on July 1, where they will spend 'Monday. T. H. Slade, Lay Delegate '' I IM Call Peg At 239 For Advice and

The usher in the Gary Morgan Ennis the summer at the Gordon Hotel. is attending the conferencefrom I II I

PELICAN CLUB) and Beverly Dasher wedding in Tuesday to Saturday and Sgt Ralph .1 Morrison A Free Estimate

Tampa on Friday evening.Mrs. The Bradford County Health I I Joann Slade, youth delegate, is attending 'whose parents live in Starke. receives ,

Department staff and families: the Youth Conference on the Commendation Ribbon j

3 Miles East of Starke on Old Blanding Road I E. J. Flynn will accompanyher were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Friday. ,,i for meritorius service from Colonel CHAS. SHEPHERD

... sister, Mrs.: Nora Price, backto Thomas Moulding at Kingsley !i Robert O. Waller, commander ofj
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".. -- - -- .. -- -- -'. ---- -'"-. her home in Mobile, Ala., on Lake Thursday evening, of last ,I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Murphy, I,the 22d Signal Group in Korea. I TV Radio Seat Coders Upholstering)

.. :Sunday; for a week's visit. week. who recently sold their home on', Sergeant, Morrison was cited foi C

.' ___ .- .__ ._ ._ _'__ __ _____ ....c_ ..' 3tJ I the State Farm road to Judge and I service, as food service technician Starke, Fla. '

Mrs R. J. Davis and Mrs A. M. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. Mrs. T. A. Yawn, left last week- ';in Headquarters Company. The" .
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Pettit. of Gainesville were weekend Jim Chasteen drove Mrs. J. E. end for Clearwater, where they''sergeant is a veteran of nine years' I AAAAAAA

of :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Futch to Lakeland Mr. Mur- !
tJ : guests j on Tuesday, will make their home. I Army duty. His parents are Mr

Andrews, at Kingsley Lake. ,where Mrs. Futch will visit her phy is in ill health and he and !and Mrs Henry G. Morrison.

sister Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, for his wife left Starke in order to be MOVING
: I
Dedicated To Community Service Mrs Donald Ray Tilley and son, six weeks. I nearer the veterans hospital at'''

Don Ray Jr., of Jacksonville, are .
"Movies Are Better Than E\er" | Bay Pin, s. -
spending two wet"ksith Mrs.Tilley's Mrs G. W. Andrews returned to''I i I LOCAL Safe PHONE

I mother, Mrs. Hattie Col-j|her home Tuesday, after recuperating Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins. OR

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad l lins at State Farm.NEW. I| from a broken arm at 1|Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazelwood. Dependable
LONGDISTANCE
I cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS f i:the home of her daughter, :Mrs. Dr. Calvin Houpt and Carl Hurst EconomicalR. 311

Irma Mooreland in Jacksonvillehe !''will attend the wedding Sunday in

Fri., Sat June 11, 12 ; past month. ''Fristproof of Jimmy Hurst BHS B. Alvarez OR250J
Tues.. Wed. and Thur. i
DOUBLE FEATURE baseball coach to Miss Louise Agents For TRANSFER AND

June 15. 16. 17 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair and' j Crane of Frostproof. After a short ..j Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
i
''daughter, Evelyn, and Mrs. W. 5-1

THREE BIG DAYS Slade, of Douglas Ga.. arrived I :'sumJ I J

I Wednesday t.:> spend ten days n''mer months. STORAGEPerryman
[the T. H. Slade guest house on I''

TECHNICOLOR THE PERFECT GIFT Kingsley Lake. Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando A-3c Chester B. McGee son of

-.e t I spent from Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs Walker McGee, of Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
MTZI'' KITE KM?! Col and Mrs. T. T. Long andsons. ... ,
FOR GRADUATIONREMINGTON (Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Starke, is being trained as an -- -- _-
GAYNORBRASSEUEHUNTERAnd { Tom and Dave, are spendingthe ,Mrs. E. S. attendedI
Matthews and Air Force Technician at Warren
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f .Lrae .uoeurno" rrr.a Cw.r weekend visiting Dr. and I _- -_ -
the funeral of her aunt Mrs. Annie Air Force Base, Wyoming an
D. C. Forehand in Albany. Ga., '''Richard
last after-
Wednesday
historic former cavalry out-
j post
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and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Jacksonin
Mrs. McLendon
noon. was joinedby
Mr. Walky TalkyWith o Baoonton, Ga. t her daughter. Miss Jeanette side Cheyenne

William Tracy and Cast |McLen
Plus "J>uPP)' Tale" CartiKHi, and ., ttW Mr. and Mrs. L. M. White and |returned to Orlando on Sunday. Cadet Junius M. Smith, son of

Chap. X... 9 Serial Daughter. Nancy Jane of Bronson. i
were Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith, Sr.,
Sunday guests of Mr. and :Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Caines Jr.
Mrs Dave Paulk and Box 28, Starke, was promoted to
MRS. S. L. PEEK SU family.
1 daughters. Candy and Donna.
'Vjand I the Cadet at
Jane remained with the Paulksfor grade of Sergeant
ri WARNER BROS IN' were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred '
Sun. Mon June 13,14 DIMENSION 'WARNERCOLORUIMIUJWOEMCMMBEJItllMW a few days visit. Reid of Manchester Conn. I j Georgia Military College cere-
monies last Sunday afternoon onDavenport ,
over the weekend of May 30. Mr of'' Sewing Machine Operators
Mr and Mrs.: Frank Landrumhad Field on the campus
t,! R S Caines. formerly with Hercules
the military school.
as weekend guests. Mr. and ( t
utstn n arts JOHN unUMkMS igCkjaO*.on,xiiiOT.il So*VOCT Travel riter 'Mrs. J. A. Landrum and Mrs. Powder Co. in Starke. is now The day was highlighted by !
-. ALFRED HITCHCOCK --:=m i Jesse working for the Carrier Corporation Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
Montague of Brooksville. Alumni Day. the last formal Suiv
"t ': in Atlanta. he and
At
present
dud ONLY
Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Jacksonvilleand and the awarding of'
l'luWay Down Yonder In Corn" I his family are living in Syracuse ,i day parade 18 THRU 35
'dl PLUS Mrs. Cora: Brooks of Tampa. a silver saber to the Cadet Commanding i,
a 69.95 I N. Y.. while Mr. Caines is at- ,
( Cartoon and Latest World News TAXThe Officer of the "Best ;
.tending the school until'
I i Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs. company j Cadet Company of the School Company Benefits Include Group; Life & Hospital
I II
i July 9. Dr. Reid is teaching at
I Ideal Gift For the Boyor I JA. F. Sauls left Thursday for an I Year 1953-54." Cadet promotionsfor 4 Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
Trinity College in Hartford. Conn.
A. L. ALVAREZ Girl i extended visit in California. Mrs. next were announced at'
I
Going Away to College year
j Sauls will visit her While living in Starke, he attended ,
son-in-law and
f lEt9tUt,. i Also Useful in the I the same time. / APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
the University of Florida and-
![daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. \
rKntE LRt ) COMING VERY SOON i HomeBradford :.Prather in Pasadena while Mrs. Mrs. Reid taught in the eleznenitary i Colonel Ren A. Thorne, President 10th & CHURCH STREETS

: i Anderson school. of the school, complimented

r : I law and sister visits, Mr.her and brother-in-Mrs. DaleVan :I i!those newly appointed cadet of- BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

J'lut! "Dol Bounded" Cartoon and ELEPHANT WALK I CountyTELEGRAPH Sickel in Los Angeles and..1 WANTED. OLD RAGS Best I ficers and also praised their par- :;

I prices paid for good clean cotton[I ents and friends for. having trained
also
with ,
Latest World NewsTT Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson -
..; .. .. .- .. Jr. in Ventura. I rags. No khaki or wooLBradIford "young men so that they could now Starke, Fla.
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.. SOIL VVTVVVVVVTTVVVVVVVVVVVVV Springs, and Mrs. Alice Crosby'. ing m Keystone Heights, Mondav.. \
;: I LONG BRANCH CONSERVATION 'of Tampa, are spending this wee]it :Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae were I

i! Q'ti- PINE LEVELby with their brother-in-law and sis recent dinner guests of :Mr. and \
I N-E-W-S ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Mrs. J. C. of
Sapp Heilbronn.
DIARY ] j by Mrs J. Strickland!' I I
.I I and Jimmy LangWWAIUUAAAAUAAAAU By Bill Haas 'r- '1 Sirs. II. M. McRaeaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. John Walker ani I, We visited the bedside of George ,
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daughter Barbara Jean of Starke!.j I Harrison who is
The author will be glad to receive seriously ill at \,
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. '.
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items of Interest concerning Rev. W. E. Hall filled his this home at Providence, Sunday
j I : regu- Conner
We were saddened Friday to Sunday afternoon
the activities of farmers In afternoon. We I
lar I also stopped
I SERVICE t appointment at Pine Level by a
i learn of the death of one of our H. H. Lewis and
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe oldest settlers of Maxville, Charlie Baptist Church last .
II Sunday morn- Yvonne Conner Monday
left at the Telegraph office or lr.'1 I I spent A. Conner lake Butler.
I I Welhouser. He was a well loved ;; ing and evening with j night at Brooker. Mr
< one visiting
mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey candidate I
The '
Board
IIII of Supervisors for'i I Mrs. A. F. Hall and children
for Orr that of
quail. he
By Sam McGarvey.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'I A native of Germany, he moved the Bradford Soil Conservation sees a nice covey of quail most Baptism. We were,ily. Jacksonville were visiting the H.
.I to Maxville 35 years aago with everytime he the i H. H. Lewis
.. at Lloyd Green's house. In the goes past plant- Mrs. T. N. Norman and son spent the weekencwith rick at Starke, Saturday. \
Ibis family. He had been in ill absence of chairman V. R. Fern ing of Thumbergu Lespedeza he I Gerald and grandsons. Rudolph.i his aunt Mrs. Elam Glissom, I

An air of expectancy is hang. last year no sweet 'taders at I health for some time and gradually n guson, vice-chairman Lloyd has along one of his fences. and Jo Allen Sapp, all of Heil-i of Lake Geneva. Mr. and Mrs

ing over our farm as we await all. I grew weaker until the en presided. Others present Green// bronn section were visiting the Lewis also were visiting Miss RoSE? THE RIGHT POINT for the j!

good Queen Joy's newest calf.I The came Friday morning at 7 o'clock.. supervisors Foster Shi The other day we were discus- H. M. McRaes one day last week. [Geiger. at Green Cove Thursday.Mrs. I I way you write. Come la and see -

II Berries gone now and now I family have our deepest Zedra Hamilton G. T. Huggins, sing the closing of the Soil Con- The boys enjoyed a swim in Samp- Tom Lamb Mrs. Alic feet your favorite ESTERBROOK
Good old Joy (she must be about sympathy.Our I I
I we're all ready to start worryin secretary; Leon Carter and Bill servation Service Nursery at sort Lake. I Crosby and Mrs. W. C. Conner. Fountain Pen. Only $.37 at
18 now) seems to wonder why 'about next year's crop. This sear- little grandson Joseph Haas Soil Conservation Service |j Brooksville with Ted Connell of I Mrs. Tom Lamb, of Green Cove and daughter, Yvonne were visit.1,BRADFORD COUNTY TELE.CAN'T .

we're fussing so much about her; son was a poor one for us, as at t England was real sick for a few A letter was read from J. A. Whispering Pines. Ted remarked \

but we know that after she has no time did we get a really heavy:r days, almost had bronchialt Butz, Management assistant with that hehoped the Department of
picking. We resolve pneumonia but is about back to Agriculture wouldn't close the ,
next season the Florida Forest Service nursery -
her calf, well have to get Dr. stating
"
Mullics the new vet to give her that: 1) we'll set out better plants II normal now. that it will be possible to establish because in his travels as
and 2)) well mulch with : State Welfare Officer he could
sawdust Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson a County see
has some trouble sugar intravenously with acetonemia as Joy-. Trouble with berries though ]is si I returned home Sunday from New I Bradford County Forestry in program cooperation for the improvement of crops on the I WE BEAR TO SEE YOU HOT

that you'ie'never through with 1 Orleans where Nellie has been in with farms he visited as the results of I
a lack of sugar in her blood. It Clay and St. Johns Counties.
them. the hospital since her operation. This new varieties of plants developed' AND BOTHERED THIS SUMMER
may sound peculiar to some folks farm forester will assist small .
but we really love that old "yaller" t She is recovering nicely. land owners with their woodland at the nursery. \

cow. Last week we guessed that the W. D. Jones was unable to fill management problems. !. CTrrolt Court, Bradford Comity, d
rainy season was at hand, and it t his appointment at the Ebenezer Florid*! I. Chancery. I i,
While Robert Le Ruble Plaintiff, T.<. ] 1 1
Heard that a group of growers I still is dry. That hot old sur 1 church Sunday, due to illness; standing watching the Shirley Mae Ruble, Defendant. I II|
and produce men talking together keeps beating down on the pastures therefore, Clarence Smith delivered folks string tobacco out at Howard i I Case No. 10-53,1 | 1 I
Order Publication
of and Notice To'
this week decided that it costs and burning them up; the the messages. Wait's place in Brooker the other I Appear State of Florida To:
.
about $100 an to raise worm- cows are hungry and not puttin Shirley Mae Ruble, whose re..i- \
acre Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett day, Howard said "you know I dence and address is2524 56th
free sweet corn. This estimate on the weight they'll need for the spent part of the day Sunday sure can see the difference in Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin.You \
we understand includes the cost coming winter. We need rain 1 with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Faircloth. my are required to appear on \ ?1w
tobacco after every irrigation." July 3, 1954, in the above namrd
of depreciation of machinery (as badly now. Court and wherein
Clarence Lang spent a few days: Conservation cause plaintiff
irrigation is the
j supplying seeks divorce.
it should), and other costs that last week in Jacksonville with
of water when the natural Bradford County Telegraph shall
sometimes are overlooked. If a Just as an experiment, we planted Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns. I rainfall is not enough to make publish this Order in next four
grower got a yield of 1,000 dozen a row of watermelon last week weekly Issues. 10 p
I
Danny Thompson is now stayingwith plants grow during dry periods. I Witness my hand and official I
and sold them at 25c. he would seal at Starke, Florida this fad Q
Our neighbors, Walter
and Kati4Vilkerson his mother. Mrs. Jonell Webb,. This water is applied uniformlyover 29. 1954. !
get a profit of ) All
JIM acre. .
per \ gave us some straw- in Middleburg. He has been staying the land without waste of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
we can say is that it looks fine I Clerk of said Court.
Verry melon seed and J 1 I
we planted land
with his grandparents, Mr. or water. The Soil Conser- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,
on paper. it, to see if we could get some and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson.We vation Service will supply irri- Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building -

Frank cut .up.some land and seed some at least. We also planted started to wash Monday I gation guides, which will give the Attys., Jacksonville for I'lf. Florida.6.'4 4t 6'2:;
cantaloupe.
j information 1'
we put out some fertilizer beddedup morning and our old washing machine I necessary on the
i amount of water to be applied and \ '
and now we'll plant a few A few weeks ago we cut upright I refused to "turn a wheel." the number of days between ap I IffJ

things to see if we can grow field where we had a good 1 We thought maybe the power was plication for your specific crop
something during the summer. stand of off tried the lights and found alit 1 f4-
hairy indigo last year,. and soil type. Irrigation is like tlt3lx
One thing we'll try is some sweet and now we have some of l was well so we (I) decided there anything else have to follow I
you
potato vines; hope we have a dry growing now. We'll mend some must be something wrong with I a schedule for the best results. the letters tart. Then from
Fall, for otherwise it will be like the machine. Inspected the cord I aU over the free world come such I Modern air conditioning does more

nothing wrong! Tore into the Howard Bissland, State Wild- comment .* these from readers than merely cool the air. It also -
motor, worked SOMETHING; life Conservationist for
- -- -- -- -- on the Soil of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS a little while put it back together r Conservation Service, checked the MONITOR an international daily

Wash Your Clothes Cut Fatltr, Clearer, foster and believe it or not, IT fish pond of Adolph Gay and the newspaper: ( i ,. Everyone wants to enjoy this kind of

t 9 Pounds WORKED! This is twice this wildlife plantings of J. L. Orr, "The Monitor it must read. fresh clean, cool air this summer..and
You'll save time and effort has happened to this poor old A. J. Thomas Sr. and Containers ing for straight-thinking
the added dividend outside
." t of reduced
when your saws have been machine in the last year, but it i Corporation. These wildlife plantings people.
For40c! sharpened on our precision about old enough to want to rest are supplying feed and cover "I returned to school after a noises.So plan now to air condition your

machine. All teeth are made it is only about 28 years old, but lapse of 13 years. I will lei I home...or place of business. You'll work
FREE I
Bleach If Desired! r my degree from the college,
uniform and accurate j I washes good as any of them yet I j but my education comet better, eat better, sleep better feel/ betterall

0 just like new. 'I'It is my mother's old washer FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S from the Monitor. ." summer long! -....
You'll be therefore I keep it and use it, : "The Monitor gives me ideal
We Will pleased with* I suppose I will have to be a ma- for my work. ."

our speedy chanio to keep it working. f : "/ truly enjoy its com
Dry Your Clothes JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE "
service and pany. :

For 20c with your easy ,.;.4 CARD OF THANKSTo !, I You, too, will find the Monitor
informative with world] You air condition
cutting saw.ALSO Made only by General complete can now .
L.. those who expressed their' news. You will discover a CODtractive R
home
or office for about the
.
Motors All other
Corp.
IQ New Automatic Driers! I sympathy in so many beautiful ( viewpoint in every newt I
I price of good refrigerator and..in
and practical ways during our sad Electric Refrigerators are story a a

,to! -- I ._ SHARPEN )bereavement we extend our heartfelt made by other companies Use the coupon below for I spa typical Sunshine Service home, it costs

1. ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, thanks.-Mrs.: Margaret Mc- I and cannot use the word i! cial Introductory subscription If but about a nickel an
3 months for only S3.
I Knives, Scissors, Etc. I Swain and family. Frigidaire. I Ii ........-.....-............... hour to enjoy cool comfort
The WasheteriaTemple All New Tkt Ctirklii St..... Manila i "' from windowtypeair
Equipment a
I CARD 01TILXKS i DM. lionir Si. Bnlu IS. Mill' V.S.A.
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE ... .. conditioner.
Ave. Stark I CALVIN JOHNS Pl < sand a """11 ...... ..._
I| I wish to express to you, my Hoi I* Th Cbralu s. Mt
465 N Water St. .i dear friends in Starke and surrounding -1 ? ? I t; ? bllKS. J 0..1.! .. I). i I,

;, communities, my deep] THEN SEE I DON'T WAIT-BUY NOW DE COMFORTABLE ALL SUMMER

. appreciation and gratitude for" inane)
- -- SEE YOUR DEALER TODAY FOR A FREE SURVEY
eal'h and every kind word, thought H. SMITH : (1;
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N 1 nAYTON I t BEMH'Sr "OnL' deed and act extended me and (.cU, ..)
mine while living so near to I

-- -- -. '" -- .,';;; - ---- -- -.- -' :, Ptai'ke. My husband Albert Tenth and Temple Ave. ..... FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
( ) ( '.'0))
(r.ry ww "
*& s -.- Gonzalez and I will be at home, Starke, Fla.
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(Ft p rp- Street Tampa. Fla., where Mr. -
-a r$750 dothls. : Gonzalez has recently purchaseda
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..noros- 1I home in the Hyde Park section. :--
-Martha Maxwell Gonzalez

3 ;d: "INCLUDING 2 DELICIOUS MEALSSpocioas i I I

v- ; fc o fU UJ *** "" ( fences over there and then turn
"* -J 4 in some of the cows. I
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Rooms Excellent Cunme Coif Com S
Gene learned that a Brahman
f Jowestrice1
1 J 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beoxh ( \ heifer with a calf is nothing to

t Pvtling' Green InTimote Cocktail Lounge Da cing mess around with. He was tryingto
drive Petal's calf, Clown, back'
I Planned Entertainment RsJwrman'j ParadiM.f j to the shed where we could treat

-- i her for screw-worms when all of
-'J w teservWS.ta lhhn i
a sudden. Petal charged him,
I --. e1 on. Rttb Snrw.nut.tleti
"" I and Gene just shinnied up a tree
\ 'in time. Now both boys give I
| Petal all the room she wants; she

i his i a sharp-horned monster as far
concerned. I II
as they are I
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,.... Mr. and Mrs. Fowler of Bradford
... .
.. '" County stopped in to see us and
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-: -- good talk with Alice, and told us i .._ _
/ l1az = how much they enjoy reading the .!I
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N i n to A CtAIG Telegraph. i

/ formerly tht Sheraton Beach totals
We had our first mess of fried
tomatoes the other night. Seems

it is a favorite dish of the White- :/i -Car luxury and Performance = I
: nack family for little Robert, y'ILpAq

aged 7, won the championship with

v ': five and a half helpings. all a .9 : .
I: S crt the lowest Price of M ;

The more we think about this -- -

r.s 111/87/S ,ear-worm problem with sweet ,
s N corn the madder we're getting. The closer you compare values the fi .; y = = f

Sure, the consumer wants worm- >, yit<
more certainly you'll see that Pontiac i3

"Peach f ,, free! corn.But it SO seems DOES to THE us that FARMER the- the standout buy on automobile row. ,,rl,?',,,,, .'' 1

- % cost of keeping the worms out is In size and weight alone Pontiac offers a .,. ,

(I being palsied on to the farmer. you more car per dollar than a like i s b"s.. ? x .

7 C ''By the time all the processing amount ever bought before. And that's _

(shipping. Seeing, brokerage fees. important, because that long wheelbase 1' .

and retail mark-up are added to is the reason for comfort, riding ease and 4 .
what the farmer gets (and it is roadability unapproacbed within hun w
always as little as possible) the
I Idreds of dollars of its modest price.
REAL FRESH price for the consumer is sky-

s FRUIT fLAVOR! I high. So now the farmer is expected And along with these big-car features

I to produce worm-free corn you get remarkable savings. Operatingand

A refreshing I for the came price he got before upkeep economy are, of course, ex DOLLAR FOR DOLL4R YOU CAW BEAT A

,' combination of erich I'' he had to buy spraying or dusting ceptional. First cost is the least for any

k smooth |equipment.: DDT dust and makeup automobile a few
big, luxury
f i to 14 different applications.If .
I / ice cream and dollars of the Iouest-priced cars. Our JONTL4C'in
/ I this item doesn't make sense to
'"' ($ |ucy! juicydr | the reader, it doesn't make senseto trade-in appraisals are notably large and

I # /*o?f peaches. the us, either. We're sick and Pon ac's resale value is among the highest

V,. ice tired of the farmer being on the the industry. Come in for the Cacti
I peachiest .
I -s wrong end of the deal. about today's most startling value.Simpson.
cream you ever I

tasted. And while we're blowing our

tops, we might as well complete it
fiEA *"" ir "- Delicious! Buyseveral
GuaiumtM BT -\ this way: We heard that the federal -
gw) Houwl.**? t pintstoday -
.* ] wage-and-hour officials en- PontiacCOR.
Urquhart
forced the rule about a minimum

wage of 75c per hour for farm
,
7Jorrkns help in our area recently; we
,colTS IfJ rweEc 0/ would like to ask what the minimum COURT & JEFFERSON STS. PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX 248 STARKE. FLA.PAGE .

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\ .. ' I!ship. I M. J. Collins attended the wedding
annual All '''' '''''f''f''f''f''f''f''f''f' 'f''f' j
I IJ '."""""""""""""'f''f''f''f' fffM congregational picnic. ,
Church of God nembers of the church are invited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Long and l of Mrs. Feagle's brothe'

FARMAAAAAAAAAAA..aa grandson left Monday after a Robert B. Edwards of Jackson
Sunday School 10 a.m. :Morning HAMPTON : Mrs. Eula Walker left this STATE 1 !
week; for North Carolina. weeks visit here with his parents. ville. Friday of last week.
/ Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve-1 i Mrs. Autrey Vance and her f Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long. Bob Mrs. Albert Yarbrough
lung Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. ; by Mrs Wm. W. Hammond I i I laughter, Anne went to North ;i has just returned from a tour of i|I children of Gainesville spent Sun-
:Service Wednesday 7:15 and Mrs. Medford Shealy*and four: in Korea and will be stationed
p.m. I '..w..w u..AA..A. Carolina, where they will visit duty ;i day with Mr. and Mrs E J
Prayer :Meeting, Friday 7:15 p.m. of'I I her son. "Spike". and his wife. children spent Monday in Gaines- at his home in Ft. Benning. Yarbrough.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. O K. Prince ville with her mother, Mrs. Cleo Ga.
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Lawtey I Mr. Sullivan who has been ill and Mrs. A. C. Belche and
Tabernacle Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Tampa, former residents of Hampton j For several days, went to the Trice and other relatives. I Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera have sons recently spent the weekendin
ChurchFn. I At The I visited old friends and transacted I :Miss Frances Caldwell left Monday i
11 YPE Serving their for!
I ing Worship a.m. I hospital! in Gainesville this week. daughter Patsy home Chattahoochee with their
I ; business in town on Satur- I for Valdosta, Ga. for a weeks '
.. June 11, 9 a.m., Daily Va- | Dr. and Mrs. Carl M. Sweazy, ': Saturday, 7:30: p.m. lay.: Mr. Prince was Hampton'sSeaboard Mrs. A. J. Williams has returned training school for the Councilof ,University the summer of Fla.holidays from the \,I daughter and family.
left Monday for Pennsylvania toI i from a visit of several Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yarbrough
cational Bible School; 7:30: p.m., agent a number of years the Presbyterian Youth Fellow-I i I
I Closing exercises of Daily Vaca- continue their evangelistic work. Christian ChurchBible 1 weeks in Washington, D. C. and Mrs. R. H. Cox returned home I I and family of Perry spent Monday -

tion Bible School. Sun., June 13 Communion service Sunday ago.Billy Columbus, Ohio. Her daughter Sunday before lastith her with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yar-
morning was conducted by Dr. School 9:45 a. m. Wor- Saxon spent a few days in 1 Mrs. E. A. Tiinmons. and three has left a daughter. Judy Canova. j i brough.Mr. .
9:45 a.m.. Sunday School; 11 a.m., hubby after an extended visit in
"A Sweazy assisted by Rev. Syd II'ship Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. Gainesville with his aunt Mrs. 4 children, returned with her and t twill I i The two agents borrow money| and Mrs. Carl Edwards of
Morning Worship Service Macon. Ga. Mr. Cox had been with]
district Rees, of Jacksonville. The pulpit II m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- able: Green and son, Johnny, the snend some time in Keystone. j from a big-time gangster to finance !
Quiet Faith"; 3 p.m., Mrs. Cox for two weeks and i Gainesville were recent guests of
8 J. E. Sherwood, 1 first of the week. they
'day m. Wai. Timmons
p. here the
and was over their with to the
Rally of :Men of Church at Grace Sunday morning evening I trip Judy
.
Minister. 1 weekend II had visited friends and relatives i!I the L. L. Wainwrights.Lt.
Mrs. Vernon Slade and Mrs.
Presbyterian Church, Gainesville; June 13, will be occupied by Rev. .prospector's castle in the desert.
I
8 p.m.. Evening Worship Service."A Rees in the absence of the spon- I:1 Fannie Meads were in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs Thomas Pucket. When they arrive they find that I extensively. They were accompa- I and Mrs. Herbert Hildreth

Good Catch. Mon., June U, St. Mark's Episcopal Saturday. Mrs. Meads returned and babv daughter, are visiting the gangster and his henchmen nied home by their granddaughter ,of Waco. Texas are spending this

8 p.m., Monthly Meeting of Eldersof sor.The next special service will be Rev. Raymond E. SlacBlain I :to Gainesville on Tuesday for an Urs. Pucket' mother. Mrs. John i are also after the prospector's I Lois Irene who spent last :week visiting relatives in this
i week with them and her maternal -
extended visit with her gold. Both sides baffled when
daughter Denmark.
the Church Wed., June 16 Mr. Pucket has been are I II communities
; presented by the Toccoa Falls Institute I and surrounding
and Schedule of Services :Mrs. Hall. attending college in Tallahassee. I the gold mysteriously disappears. I grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs.J.
7:30
p.m., Prayer meeting male quartette, of Toccoa I I M. Bradley.Mrs. I Mrs. Hildreth is Mrs. L. L. Wam-
study of .I Sam. 24-28; 8 p.m.. SUNDAYS Miss Shirley Jackson has a position Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reynolds and;i; Featured with Judy are Donald
Falls, Ga., on Tuesday, June 22, t Barry and George Cleveland. W. E. Feagle and Mrs.wright's sister.
at the Koch Store in
Adult Choir practice. Thurs. 9:45: a.m., Church School 11 jj Drug daughter Jane have gone to i
June 17, 3:30: Junior Choir at 8 p.m. Another gospel team :Starke. 'Highlands. N. C. Thev will I I
p.m. B.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon;j __ .. !en. I I
practice. will be at the Tabernacle in July. I 6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv-| Mrs. Ed Durban and daughter :a lso L to Raleigh to visit their i -

ice Leagua. I''of Lawtev. called on her sister.)I''daughter. Mrs. Ralph Thomas and

AIR PARK BAPTISTAir Church of Christ Mrs. Marshall Matchett and family family. j!i
HOLY COMMUNION1st.
I Let US Feather Your Nest With A Little Down
Park Baptist Church: Sun-I Corner 10th and McMahon i iI Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun Sundav. Mrs. A. B. Watson and daughter. : .
day School 9:45: a. m.; Preaching I I Ii day 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon and I Aggie have returned from
Service, 11 a. m.: Training Union, i Preaching A. M. and 7:3l: I| a.m.FRIDAY I daughter. Gail, have returned from I Atlanta. where they went to bring '

6:45 p. m.; Preaching Service 8 P. M.: I 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation !a two weeks visit with Mrs. Sax Albert home from school. 'I

p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes- Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. on's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Mr. Sinelev has !gone to Lakeland
day 8 p. m.PENTECOSTAL. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I"P1)f1f' of Eau Gallie. Mr and Mrs. i to visit Dr. and Mrs John
W. T. Saxon at Oakland: Park and i!Bird.
HOLINESS IIEILBRONN St. Edward's Church I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver at Fort Mrs. Anna James made a tnn I

CHURCH: BAPTIST CHURCH I Lauderdale. I to South Florida this week visiting -
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach-i i 'I Miss f' \nni<> Sweenev Gain s-I Bartow and other points.
Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and
Morning Service 11 a.m. ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:301] ,ilio. Qrent Fridav niehtith Miss Wm. Reynolds Jr. was here foia I
8:30
: a. m.Children's I
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. :p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer'' Class Saturday 11a. Barbara Matchett and attended short vacation last week He is

Prayer Meetings Wednesoa* Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. sr 'lu'tion' exercises at Starke. connected with the American In-
I <
m.
night 7:43 p m. Saturday nigh Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Vernon Slarfe Jr. has returned surance Co. of Newark, N. J. j
Keystone IletghtsWomen's *o his position at lineman for :Mrs. Horsfall left this week for Phone 80 Starke, Fla.

-' :'<. :-..' -_. ,,', : c i ( dub) flay Coon after a vacation. Boston. Mass., where she will at- '
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. tend the graduation of her grandson I
Mrs. W. N. Jackson and bov .
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. ''I. from Rochester University. \
Inept '1'hnrMlVith Mrs. J. W.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Confessions before all Masses. Jarkson in Starke. The Keystone Heights Contract I. 3 Rooms
(I
I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Mrs. H. W. Baker and children. Bridge Club held their weekly :
Edith Anne. Harry Jr.. Elva Jean duplicate play on Monday night '
: SOCIETY and: Harvev of Starke spent with only four tables in piaAJ! ,
Completely Furnished
Orange Park, Fla.
Tuesday with Mrs. W. W. Ham- Watson and Bill Terrv took first ,
Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun-
II '
nlace with 32 points: Mrs J Mr-
mond.
REV.
LEWIS
D. HAINES, Pastor day School 11 a.m.
,Kav and Mrs. Hubert Ridaughtwere
Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and ,
Jefferson* and Court Streets In The Heart of Town nesday each month, & p.m. con. tamps!'! Jr.. attended grad',,,- Mrs. second Fremont with Tolles 31: and third Mr with and I 48 PIECES

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Public cordially invited. Nur- j Hon exf-pises at the U. of F.. 128. I
sery maintained for all services. i Oainesville.: Monday evening where
_. Community Center Building, their son-'n-'aw. Ril'ttlu'dYi1Iiayncz.. I Mr and Mrs. A. A. Malmgren
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.
Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17.WOODLAWN was a n **h< r of the class whore
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. >ivpd rlaw degree. (where they will visit Mr. and Mrs a FOR
''
I Dewev Willis. The Willis's haY
I MISSIONARY Dickie Bettv and Melodv Mav
Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Training Union 6:45: P.M. new trailer. 99,95
BAPTIST CIIl'RCII left Friday right for their new ,1\, i

Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00: P M LAWTEY, FLA. 11f\mp in "fnntp'omp"V. Ala.. where I I l ONLY

.. 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. I Dickie is stationed with the Air Judy Canova Stars

'.-.. __ .. :_ __. :_ _J- _. '. =--: -'-", preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer -. Force. i In 'Untamed Heiress'
1 'I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas
7 o'clock services,,
: service. song
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i I Reunion at Branford Pnndiv.Air. I
Sunday Night at 8 o'clock Pastor SEVENTH DAY 1 ana _Mrs._ joe K. Williams or Starke's own Judy Canova will i. $30 DOWN Plus Tax
I star on the Florida Theatre '
Bob Gray will speak on one of the I ADVENTIST CHURCH ramoa and Mrs. Claire Glasier screen

: most vital issues of our time.Don't Services each Sabbath in old if BraoVnton. attended the Baccalaureate 'I Heiress Sunday,"and a comedy Monday in in which"Untamed Judyinherits '
cervices ON 15 EASY
; Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath ; and graduation I BALANCE
miss it a million dollars in gold. :
r i : of Richard (Dick) Williams, ,
School 2
i' I p.m. Preaching (>n Monday night at the U. of F., II Judy is returning to the screen
I PAYMENTS
SERMON SUBJECT I each second and fourth Sabbaths where: Richard received his law: after an absence of two years, I j I II Ir ., MONTHLY
13 p.m. Elder Most rt, pastor. I and "Untamed Heiress" is considered -
II II I(?egree. After the graduation theyill : .
Bible Study each Thursday 8 L I -- -
p.m.I I I left for Tampa, where Martha one of the biggest laughgetI I
j jCHURCH
SEGREGATION Everyone welcome. ters of her career. .
and Dick will spend sometime.B. _._ .
I: Y. Saxon and son. Vivian, are J Judy becomes involved in the 'I : '--' '= '-- = : = -' .- >

OF JESUS CHRIST t on a trip to Omaha, Nebr. ;i story when two down-at-the-heel . -- - '
S What about the recent Supreme Court ruling LATTER DAY SAINT j I I theatrical agents are hired by an
Services each Sunday mold Ma- j .. r old prospector Cactus Clayton to I
Does the Bible condemn or uphold segregation? I .T'f''f''f''f''f''f''f''f' 'f''f' .T.
sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday I! find her mother, who grubstakedhim
What should be the attitude of a Christian towards
I School 10 ,
dis-
a.m. Sacrament Service ago. The agents
years
this ruling and the Negro citizen I 6:30 p.m. Everyone.welcome. i iI Keystone Heightsby ; cover that the woman is dead butCOLONIAL

Bring Your Bibles and Hear the Answers to
HAMPTON Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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These and Other Important Questions I j I CHRISTIAN CHURCH I I IT IS UNLAWFUL

Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship
i Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program! The Community Church Dail,
First Baptist Church HamptonBible ,6:30 p. m. .Evening Service gl* Vacation Bible School closes or

p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon: pastor. I;; Friday, June 11 at noon There
I has been an enrollment of 37 wit : FLORIST
School 10 A M B.T U 7 P M.
.\S'iE.IULOF 7 teachers. Parents and friend!;
GOD
For Person Persons in
to Engage
"The Church With A Compassion For The Lost" Cor 10th JL Clark St-.. \'are invited to come Friday, at 11 11: FLOWERS I Any or
i a.m.. to see the work
'. 0- _' . ...:_ Sunday School 9:45 a. m. :\[omI' j the childrer
-. .. ., / f ,; ing Worship 11 m. j have been doing for the past twc For All Occasions
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i! Night 7:45 p. m. Tuesday night weeks., At 2 p r;. they will g o Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
; ,::45 p. m. Friday night 7:45p.m. to Gold Head State Park for th.e I PHONE 218

James H. Cain, :
pastor.

LOOK FOR THE BEST' FAITH BAPTIST, FLA.CHURCHLAWTEY i PEST ALL TYPES CONTROL OF ( The Name Is RegisteredRead



WHEN% ROOFING YOUR HOMEr Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching TERMITESGROVE DISH GARDENS
11 a. m. & 7:301'. m. )Iidweek POTTERY

i ( iemce Wednesday 7:30 p. m, ( I II ClmmPrIj3) .

V E. Massey, pastor. ,' GROVE SPRAYING POTTED PLANTS
Bible Scnoot-10 A. M.
r Call for estimate
I 1 Flowers 'WiredAnywhere
CHURCH This Florida Law
OF GOD i Florida Pest Control
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning :
11 !I & Chemical Co.
4 Worship a. m. Evening I
Cervices 7:30.: YPE Service Wed- 2220 N.{{'. 6th St. Mi. 6035 Nona St. Starke "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to

vsdav 7:45: p. m. Prayer Meeting I Gainesville, Fla. engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious narfte as herein defined -

"luiay! : evening at 7:45. I without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the
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YOU'LL LOVE the new Estertirook ,: I is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af-

t\\\ purse-siz' fountain pens in THE OaJ fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
\ pastel shades. Only), ')8 at Brad
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County Telegraph. ,:OF .
i! tAr (t i J on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring

NoliE.THAN 90 % OF THENATION'S '' h( I to engage business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
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BUSINESS Ef their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
TRANSACTED BY CJ./ECJ FAR GREATER PROPORTION (.1) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

THAN IN ANY OTHER COUNTRY= where' said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

I 101-THE \%nRLD.I ." ::. I accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

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few pennies you save on cheap roofing may ANNUAL DOLLAR VOLUME 7


cost you plenty in future repair bills. Since Half Safe? OF AT US.1,750,000,000OOO CHECKS IS ESTIMATED .>, '':- ::" _, If you are engaged in business under any name

some roofers charge up to $25.00 just to "look (J% TRILLION DOLLARS) :; .: ,

at a leak it to invest in the BEST. .VfLf> SYMMTATF

pays IF you,TROUBLE will your; insurance FALLS give on .4 cancelled check which you have signed is a : other than your own, and have not had this name

We recommend Fry Super Weight Muliti-Shingle These you the protection you need? valid receipt and is the most convenient way of

pliant shingles:; are 210 Ibs. to the square. This extra ( Or are your home and contents -

weight hurricane.Call gives. you more protection against wind and 1 only partially covered? paying bills. i properly advertised and registered, we will be

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,i Don't guess! i ii I: We cordially invite you to call and learn about our modest ,
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your roof and estimate the cost of materials. \ us give YOU the benefit ofi i I with our bank. I\ you necessary as

i adequate insurance TODAY! I
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Reliable Roofer Recommended 1 .

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STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone I f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
I I XGENCY i I = FLORIDA BANK at STARKE I

45 Washington St. at S \-L. Depot Phunt 146 I

Starke, Fla. : 200 E. Call Street j I Member Florida National Group
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Corn Growers Fight Supply and Demand Where Does The Money Go? BHS Divided 1 Edward Priest Excellst i County Takes Action

J Texas A & MEdw&d
V By School BoardThe Report Against 7 Drivers
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In Strule! For Share of Retail Price _T- Bradford County School 'ic The Safety Florida reported Department thweek: ," Fib. n.v

uu r. from
Board divided Bradford High its Driver's License Evoked. \\ ,> ..

Bradford County corn growers anything fiom 90c to $1.25 a uun 1LRTII .,. ii111 School into two separate schools suspended 01 u:. ,',ieo

probably take a dim view of the crate this year. This would make a high school and an elementary 1.284 licenses in Aprl
school at their regular meeting Congress
complex situation in which some the price of a dozen ears range The latest coumv-b ., 141\: ,

growers can get as little as Sea I Ii i from 18c to $1.25. Most of the corn CORN : Monday.P. T. Nolin was appointed principal breakdown shows that 96!' '>\'rt

dozen for their corn. and yet ,, sold retail is worm free.I of the elementary school by BILLY MATTHEWS 79 revoked. 236 were suspended ,.ttid!

sells for 58c dozen retail. I About 50 per cent of the price which includes the first six gradesCharles were cancelled f)1''alll1W1
corn a Partin will remain Young men from the EighthCongressional ]: reasons.
difference results from more or principal
It's hard to pin down why there for the District of Floridawho In Bradford '
m29C upper grades.The County dun: \.n i
less fixed charged placed upon ( .. !
should be such a great price difference the corn as it moves from the 6 board also made a motionto Pnest sun i>i Mia Cla> are interested in attending! the following action was [. Kt'/1
teachers for Mattix: of Texas. and ofMrs. i one of the service academics The licenses
but the accept seven new grandson are of Alfml St miev
by tracing corn grower to the retail grocer. i11i i11iFarmer '
: the school system next year. They i Nona Priest and Mrs. T. A. advised to contact Congressman: Bennett. Will Carl Hams Th..ma.s ..
from the to the
grower consumerwe After the farmer sells his cornt (
I : are Earl S. Hoffman Brooker; : ].[ersereau of Starke. has just: ''D. R. i Billy i Matthews as soon a: Ray Jacks. and Emory Tllnslt'\
can get a small idea on what : is pre-cooled for 2c a dozen ,5 i'
Leonard B. '
BHS Coach
Register. 'c Matthews all of
; completed his freshman year at t : possible. announce: Starke. were revoke. BMU;.'

has happened. I crated for 6c a dozen and packed Mrs L. B. Register Starke elemenT] A. & M. College where he i that a competitive Civil Service, Tyson Jr. had his license ,iisp, ndo -
and iced for Ic dozen. It is '
For one thing. the farmer's pro- a Ury: Ralph Knight, Shepart M.'ig majoring in engineering. examination for designation t4i I ,ed.
then sold to the wholesaler by the Faber. Joe Hull
and J. O. Mainor
fit varies greatly from year to Edward is an air cadet in the i { West Point. Annapolis and the, Lloyd Padgett of Brocket! h.iri
.
2c 5c
processor for to profit. all for Bradford High School.
year while the retail price remains i' ::ollege. which is a military school|I new Air Force Academy will bl l'his license revoked a'ni Of-.ira:

about the same. Corn has By taking average figures we The board set the opening date 't hat boasts of furnishing the army : given on July 12. for designation I> David Cannon of Lav'e1ml! fits

sold retail for 58c a dozen for the can assume that corn sold! by the for school at August 30 and it t ith more officers in World WarI to enter with the class beginningin :: license suspended.
for 22c dozen will be made Labor Day, September 6, a ; '
last three years, while some farm- I grower a than West Point. i 1955. The Gainesville Congress
resold to the wholesaler for about Edgar Glisson! is pictured abo\e somewhat puzzled at the school holiday. j I
ers have netted as high as man stated that he would have at
may
34c a dozen. difference in retail price for corn and the price he Iris been getting It also heard statements on the He completed his freshman yearxiih ,Twelve BHS Students
least both!
one appointment for
$1 difference
crate from
a one
\ lack of moral v exceptionally high average -
the for it. The fickle nature of the and demand improper behavior by a.n
The wholesaler transports supply i-urtr apparently West Point Awarded Free Meals
year to the next. and Annapolis for thlI -
negro teachers at the R.J.E. a that won him the title of Dis-.j
corn to his warehouse and then i dealt another low blow to the ('uunt '* I!
Another big variable is the ) growers. school. Principal Eddie Thomp-': :inquished Student. I next year, and that he hoped to

quality of the corn. While a distributes. it to the individual I kins of the school said that he did ; Edward's father, Hubert Priest,, nominate his principal appointee: I! The twelve students one fI'"''

farmer might receive as little as retailer. It costs the wholesaler i not renew next year's contract for ;(largely on the results of the :-I each grade,, at Bradford element
i js a resident of Lawtey.
8c a dozen for wormy corn, his about 3c a crate to carry it to Farmer Selling 'On Consignment' Is one offending teacher, and that he j I aminaticn. since this affords alof Iljary I i and high school. who had the

neighbor 'may be getting 25c a Jacksonville and then he charges ''would take similar action against the candidates an equal oppor- bit attendance and acheive-
I Million Dollar
dozen for worm-free corn. from 5c to lOc for distributing the !any other teachers on whom hei; tunity. ,

Starke Manager XI. R. Judd corn to the retailer. ',could prove specific charges cf ]Produce Market I Candidates for the new ,ment grades for May. wue award-
Low Man In Distribution Of Profits I i :ned i the prize of a dinner at Herb-
said that worm-free corn brought Therefore the corn that was misconduct or noncooperation with Force Academy will be examined:J I Drive-In by Heib
]Built In JaxThe Thomas Par
sold to the wholesaler for about (him or the negro advisory com- for the first time. The procedurefor ents the
of
Bradford farmers Or store prize winner weiv
; County were ; ; handling. $4 75.; cartage mittee.
34c is resold to the retailer for I appointment to the first classto :
I million dollar invited to
I caught "in the middle" this year' $13.30; and the seller's commissionof i The members of the Produce participate.
W. C. T. U. negro ad-j! be
: accepted by he Air Force
44c.The j as continued high operating costs iI j 10 per cent. $22.40. The total i ,I I visory committee were designated 'Terminal] < of Jacksonville will bepenf'd I will be somewhat different than Winners were notified b>

retailer can normally figureon I forced their expenses up and con- ': charges at the end of the line for two-year terms with two of the I'C June 28 along Edgewood I i for the other Charles S. Partin principal Bradford -
"ALCOHOL IS NOT AN 15 cent loss for shipping two academies. Each
about per tinued held con- High School
i high retail prices [were $157.28.Next j posts coming up for appointment They alP; 1st.
AGENT OF LIFE, BUT AN ACCOMPLICE damage which will run about7c jI Avenue between West Beaver St. of the eight Florida House members -
sumption down. The results was a | Mott had to deduct hisbill .this year and three of the posts Cheryl Shealy; 2nd Martha Susan
OF DEATH." considerhis I and Kings Road. and both Senators are en-
he can actually
so year of "low demand" and a near for I next year.Health. I Ritch; 3, Harriet Goodman; 4th.
(NATIONAL VOICE.) price for the corn at 51c. He ;economic catastrophe for the produce cucumbers packing before and grading This the \\ Fred Moore, market manager .. titled to nominate 10 boys for the. Martha Green; 5th Don Hillen-
sets his at 58c in hopes that 1 shipment. I is Air Force. Thus a maximum oi:f
'
price growers. cost I1 Report a well-know Lawtey citizen dahl: 6th. Kathleen Conway 7th
$61.75. Mott
leaving with
the whims of the buyers will not\ The law of supply and demand net profit of1.97 for his 95. : and was formerly manager of,100 chosen young Floridians may be I Barbara Bates; 8th. Virginia

cost him a high degree of spoilage appears especially severe for the (Continued from page one) t he Webster Market and the as nominees through the Long; 9th. Tom Long: 10th Ina
crates. Again, this with Civil I
compares Service
The corn travels from the t farmer since fixed (Gainesville: Farmer's Market. test. However onlv' Stern: llth T. J. Alderman 12th.
relatively -
''FOR I processing $70 he received for 80 crates on I homes, where much can be accom- 1 five will be approved in the fina I
CHILLIi rates and Moore is the son of Jim Moore, i, Levy Canova.
grower to the consumer over a ,' stationary re- the local market. (An illustration plIshed.. j veIl selection from this grouo to be ,

steady uphill roan of fixed charges j'tail. prices are throwing the bur- of their real worth to the'i: 12)) Mental health program ad- known berry grower and made by the Air Force i itself. The

FEVER I .nd profit percentages, a luxurynot r den of "bad" years on his shouldi county's growers.) |vanced further. Three days were market man, also of Lawtey.The new service academy is scheduled: : Recent Birth:

ODUETOMAIARIA I afforded to the farmer. His i i For planting. fertilizing. spraying 'devoted to a school workshop on !! Produce Terminal will be to open! at an established Air

S only hope is to play for the> Being caught "in the middle" is' and harvesting the crop, :Mott !mental health, with all teachers It" he largest general market between Force base and onerate there until I l Mr and Mrs E L Danxn of

"breaks" and hope that the fickle t not quite as dangerous for the tra- leceived approximately the same! ;participating. | t Atlanta and Miami. It is i buildings are ready at a site yet to Starke. announce the birth of a

I scale of supply and demand will 1 I ditional "middle man." however. i percentage of his selling price asdid I | 13)) Program for cancer control ', expected the terminal will handle i be selected. ''son. Ronald Lvnn at the Doctors

,666 I provide him with a few "feasts'to 1 He represents the long chain of i,| the individuals who momentarily -: intensified. (Of 17 suspected cases j the daily fresh produce needs of According to Matthews thf Clink Hospital on June 1I 1I i

QUiNiNE i go along with his steady diet t: individuals who prepare trans- conducted the "store hand..1 referred to tumor clinics for diagnosis i jm than three million persons. 'I Civil Service examination will be

I of "famines." i port and distribute the produce ]lIng", a service that Mott: can'teven 9 were found to have cancer There will be a 360 x 42 ft. I given at Palatka. Gainesville and

-. --- .-I from the farmer tq the retail define. He received only a and were treated). If farmers shed in which growers i I Lake City in the Eighth District
grocer. I(I H! 14)) Over 1,700 laboratory speci- '! will display local produce. Growers
| third of the percentage that paid!. 'I Bon who are away at school in
The commercial i is also : I mens taken and forwarded for ex- | will be permitted to '
shipper rent stalls
for "carting" the crates from the' i military service or out of the district
\INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE affected :a ination. Ii in the shed
directly by the supply: box car to the warehouse. He received on a daily basis. for any reason can arrange 4 4'I
and demand but he is the 15)) Rabies control imTi ][ from the farm
curve. only a fifth of the :;alesman's program can be' to take the examination at a nearby -

exception rather than the rule. ;! flat 10 per cent commision. I i proved. A compulsory vaccination' backed up at one side and unloaded 'I citv or base. if they will notifv.

llITHf Most of the persons representing i)! Fuithermore. in this instance"land. licensing ordinance for pets 1, to the shed for display.The the Congressman where they wish I Enriosed please find heck to

r the "middle man" are protected j j the "store handlers." the "carters." 'was enacted in Starke. During market will bring together'I|Jto be examined. All interested I cove. Telegraph' subscription foi

bmore. or less fixed rates that I and the seller had no expenses and annual rabies vaccination clinics 'II pproximately: 85 per cent of the young men who will not have at- one :> eai We have missed Starke
,held a' I very "much since we left and
throughout the are
guarantee them a leasonably no risk to infringe upon their I county resh produce buyers operating inthe tained their 23rd birthday before
RADIOAND income. 'I total of 175 pets were protected. ;, ; anxious to get the paper to keep
steady !' profit. Their money was guaran- Jacksonville market. The terminals -I Julv 1, 1955> are urged; to contact
For instance of' 16)) Mosquito control program in :' up with the news.
take the case teed. If Mott had not received officials expect that Matthews at the House Office'I

the local farmers who by-passed enough from his sale to pay ritensified i, Starke and near vicinity was in- i, chain buyers will fill part or allf 1' Puiidin. Washington D. C.. 1m-: I I heard through the grapevine
the local markets and commercial': in cooperation with city 1 that there had Been terrible
0 their produce needs there nediatelv so that he can authorize a accident -
expenses, he would have been
TELEVISIONand 'hippers this year by selling oneonsigtment i:, billed for the balance. j and clearing county of officials.about 2,765 Drainage feet helped and Current plans! a"e f.r aterminal 1 the examination for them. t near Starke and some of

to northern states i j (crew of about 1300 workers. I my friends were involved. If possible -
I For the $7497 total profit Mott .eliminate 14 breeding places. The
.... .. in hopes of beating the low : I would like to have that
j received from his two pickings of nuisance was greatly aided by repeated 'Keystone Lions Lose
Sales prices offered here. I particular
!I cucumbers he had the following space spraying about I Presbyterian Vacation Game 10-5 I copy.Martin
Softball
Howard Mott of Brooker was E. Land
ServiceflssnJJssrr.rrflss.r.ssSSSSSSS I' 'expenses: Plowing charge, $60; 9,530 acres. : chool) Ends I 1
one Of these farmers. He shipped : TonightThe 19 Bradley Dri
17)
) with the
,seed. $33.90; fertilizer $42.50; Cooperated county The Keystone Lions lost 10-5 to I
rrrrrSSSSSrSS 95 crates of cucumbers on con- i 1 Montgomery 7, Ala.
side dressing, $32.50; spray, $11: agent in a county-wide rat killing'program. First /a of Keystone Heights high i ;
224 N, Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida signment to New York. Some of ; j Over 250 IDS. Presbyterian Daily group .
tractor cost. $77.50: and picking of WarE!ible School will hold its closing school students after winning three
his cucumbers brought as highas i farin '
--- i$99.40. His total cost was $356.- poison used; it is likely that exercises straight from the young-
games
tonight (Friday* at 7:30:
$-100 a crate and his total sale of : GlT WONDERfUL
cases
fever
typhus
: ?0 or a net'loss of $281.83 for his were prevented jn the church auditorium. The '!'sters. The season score now
: for the 95 crates '
was '
!
result.
$224.00'1 I five acres of cucumbers. as 5choolt|. had about 40 children stands 6-4 in favor of the Lions.
This compares with $70 he received 18)) Other general improvements is HEAT RELIEF !
It Trade It I I ,! John Plow-right. Carl Fendrick.
Sell It Rent for 80 crates on the Brooker Normally Mott would have picked in sanitation include: I I ttending during the week. and Gene Faraci led the Lion's!!;

market. his cucumbers about ninetimes a) Food establishments improv- Teachers in charge of the ,at ckith two hits apiece.. You'll feel better when you

But the story doesn't end there.'1 ; but after taking such a ed.. All, in county now have a 3- : indergarten: were Mrs.: W. T '!'Ridenour was the leading batsman I lay goodbye to hot muggy

WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED( Mott had the following expenses loss on his first two pickings. compartment wash sink for ade- Jackson. Mrs. Larry Gibson. and :.for the students. weather.with Enjoy RCA cool Room comfort

deductd from his sale: freight. he left the rest to rot. Wouldn'tyou quate sterilization of dishes and Irs. Bill Edwards. The primary | The two teams will meet again I Air Conditioning.

$9778-: delivery to customer. $19.- ? | utensils. | department< had Mrs. John Mixon.'
Good Results To Place next Tuesday.
Low Rates Easy
-, b) Starke sanitary land-fill Mrs, B. C. Holtzendoif Jr.. and '! C/has. C. Shepherd

20 WORDS OB LESS OXK INSERTION'50c Scout Committtee Annual Zinnia Show (dump) markedly improved, and Miss, Margaret Rose Duncan. The WANTED: OLD HAGS Best I

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c approaching satisfactory condition junior department had Mrs. DavidMontgomery prices paid for good clean rott >n TUadio Seat Covers
Picks New Officers Slated Next WeeksStarke's
.
1)I ('OC'NT OF 15 PER CIT O\ TWO OK MORE IKKTIO\* for first time. and Mrs L. L Full- raffs. No khaki or wool.Bradford Phone 239 Starke Fla.

1 c) Starke sewage disposal plant wood. County Telegraph. I
::k' AIIUITIONL FOR BUM ADS OR \n"l >OT IMIIJ IN .\lt\ .IMF.MKMORIAMS : The scouts and fathers of Scout annual ZinniaFlowerShow being maintained
more properly ._..._ ___ I
will be held the --- -- -- ---- --
Troop 70 met Tuesday night at a at courthouse than was before. Fi
CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line I
'
special committee meeting to expand June 18 Miss Dorothy Ross i, dl) Less sanitary nuisances reported -
5 WORDS TO EACH LINE
(COUNT )
and reorganize the Scout home demonstration agent. said and better cooperation


I" '" ":" IIOl...: Foil SAl.K-Nrw li ft fi.-hing boat. ,Committee. ''this week. The exhibits will be from all concerned The Perfect Gift For Any OccasionGIVE

\KWliVUVFKH 1NMDK ANI. \ Tall 44. ur sviat Tiny's Service W E. Lawson was elected committee complete for judging by 11 a.m.
MtllTIV'' Kill I'T ..nol.. Stttion. 2tp 6/1S! and Blanding Guard
01 T. Itp I ) chairman; J. R. Kelly, will be displayed to the publicfrom j I

FOR nt-T-FI\"t": ap.irtinrnt.roum Uirgr partly i yard furnished .,, secretary-treasurer; C. L. Cooper 12:30: to 4:30: p.m. Leaves Tomorrow 'I II

Starke. Fla. I, private entram.f.I'hone 2SS-J ,.r: outdoorman; P. T. Nolin, publicity .. Four groups of flowers will be on I For Summer Duty I THEM AN
.
Thomas .
A. J. :\11..1WI: S. Water St Itrhg: exhibit. (1))
They are ( single zin-
: II. K. and I
; Tyus, property;
"
11\
I X"tIJ---I'al'hit'r. high school I. nia specimen for the most perfectbloom. Co "B" (Rear* 748th Ord. Bn.
SALE school graduate Apply Lovett'sItthK J. T. Kirkland. advancement. (21 j&kzSzook
FOR I ( } Massed group of i-iCamp:, Blanding) will leave for

baibei :. The committee set a tenativs e nias showing either about 24 small) summer encampment at Ft. Mc- '
.( IMad 30 arr% :
l75: arm. U rul.U.til.nd M.lI.d.pIN I I iFOU la STItro..m: furnished date to visit the scout's campsitf e zinnias, 12 large zinnias or a bou'quet Clellan Ala., by motor convoy tof -

l.. gvbag.M tlmbrr acrr orpasI.re I I apartment el...-triikitchen large Adults airy rooms only. ."all.:37i \j, Saturday at 2 p.m. It also scheijduled of new or unusual varieties olzinnias. f j morrow morning. FOUNTAIN PEN
Prior $4U. prr
term*. W 'allSt. or plume US-J. 1tt'hi'i i| its next meeting for Tues,. ((3)) arrangements of zinnias i Capt. Joseph H. Johnson com- .

__-e \..... u....... W' trIf'd.perMaet I \\ ..: lLj.Q"Aln: DANCES on 'I day June 29. 'potted or plants.any cut flowers, and ((4)))I j manding officer; said that approximately -! \ __j- WITH THE POINT F1I i:m

natural water Hmilt I Friday and S.uurda out 21" The Scout Committee is two officers four
mil ; charge Q: I 1 YOU KNOW
-.s fronStarke r>n thr Kevstone
mr4 road freiae.portly Blue red, and white ribbons ,,;ill 1 I
Ro.td at the Friendly warrant officers and 86 enlisted
Ijuprule Stop" with lead
uantur*. Mudrra plaated.....t..*.. May ft* I Everybody urlt-ome. come on out j\j responsibility, involving finance. : be awarded to winners in eacJn 1 i men would make the trip. I I Esterbrook THEY'RE SURE
4tp 7 :.1 ership relationship prop
...ld with. .r .. Itfc. ut tractorwithout I I
,qNlpa .... Price I' I rty, camping activities healt] 5Toup and a grand prize will bit <' \ The company has the mission'st TO LIKEPoint ff
'POWER I_\W ; MOWER. for
.4ltIp...' 'l'i.IMM.OO. oae- bv the hour at Tiny's Service rent Sin I| md safety. and scout advancemen i awarded I the club having the mosin 't furnishing ordnance Pen and Pencil Sets -
third dvwa 1
mainten-I
tM-n. Temple Ave tfchiI for the scout troop. Its mat[ ,prize winners. Anyone may ens I! ance and supply support !
:&-\ ..., .1... home. heantlfol lot. I I I 149th Infantry Division.
1 hlork. from pUN hixhwajr.quiet OLE) RXfIS: W.STtn.t priciI : obligations are "to insure succes ter flowers, and each entry wil 11 I I
arUhhorho. A ...r. I, paid for good. clean 'ot/ln rag I. :and permanency in the ope ratio'nt signed to furnish the division with a
gala at ( .nu OO. No khiki or wool. Telegraph _;I of our troop and to see that ou.r ''bear a number instead of the 'nits\ fire power and mobility as well I 5.15 1L

For .bear a.. .thf. r bargain see. trant's name. One person iyias: i to repair any breakdowns in
\VI1.I. SKI.I. you an attratctive suburban troop is operated in aceordancf' e l'I'h1
A. J. THOMAS i, home with plenty of i!with the program and policies ofl I If'have an entry in one or all of th.[ .e' the company's eschelon of main- Includes Tax ,4
for garden: and chickens. All con i tenance. O Ii')
RKAL ESTATE DEAtEBMM \eniences. with terms you can af: the Boy Scouts of America ant id groups. i irof C',

Temple Av*. 1>l.-.ho. .e SUMark fird W.. H. Nollman. J01 WeM'.rtison. .. : our Institution." Miss Ross said that punch ani:::1:I Capt. Johnson pointed out that
tfchiFOR \ to fufill! its mission
*. Florida I I; the company
cookies will be served duripg th,e
is divided into five platoons. I
: S'L.l1r..en and ripe touiaI Charles Wellhausen exhibit.
\\ 'NTK1. -Fresh t ggs. Franks I" toes fur canning W ('. Conner: : | Headquarters platoon conducts the -I ,
Fine Food. tf I IM 2. Rox l2. :!tn Si ;Dies i In Maxville ':normal housekeeping chores of I, _..
POPDIABPOUHTAIH /1 ityln to outch \
Three Local Youths I
t.HJK WANTED at New KinghleyFoil I SALESMAN WANTED the company. Supply platoon ..., kind of wntuf fJ t
'....c.h. tr chIC 'I in I'nion Countv-for Openinin. profitable Charles Wellhausen, 83 died 1 I Attend Boys State 'supplies all ordnance general sup- a and (Tcry wnbn g MXCttorme b4 j ,

\.. S.-\Lt-L.i.wn Mowershallow Home Service Business wit h : at his residence at Maxville last !lies for the division. the right point ,
I 'eIl!! knn Rawleigh Produetee iur Ux w.y they writeComplete fJI&tanwok
"
well electric hump wardrobe.electrici Mrs. Lillian Dunn, lox :ty;. I, Friday morning after a long illness Named this week to participatin e' The Automotive Maintenance platoon -, PIN '
dovrs. new
wheelbarrow i''.mer in crate. Apply loral !: Caines\iU.. Fla or writ.. .Raw.- Boys State at Tallahassee I repairs tanks and wheeled : DISK SITIncludes I

Motel. 2 miles North Highway 301.Ho H phis.ltffh's Tenn Dept "',\10'-!70-4. :<>tp Mem Ii ':'51 j A native of Germany. Mr. Well-: during the week starting Juni e' vehicles. The Armanent platoon I T !

_
-; hausen moved to Florida from i i 20 were: 'I services all weapons! up to and including j jI

l-'U REST-Nicely furnished !nd 1 cot \TR\' <'I HI:!) HIM ;'South Dakota. He had lived in'I T. J. Aldrman. Hampton the 155 howitzer. The I flf jI I.
fio.ir apartment 3 large rooms. FORI.K sponsored > L- Service and
kitchenette and bath at 114 West i I Maxville for 35 and was i Recovery platoon re- .
J >THKIIfK ( 0. tL ir: i years by Post 55. American Legion 1. i
Madison St. $tll per month. Phone -' ..rovers vehicles on roads, and it -i .
member of the Maxville Bap- ,
7 lip % George (Pat) Bowers. Starkt. =
L, FOR RENT-I'nfurnUhed house. In L I also performs metal. canvas. and'anj
FISH BAIT-U\e gray crickets.iant quire at Bus Station. I Jj; ; tist Church. sponsored by Post 56 : ; leather work. i I I

< : and Hed wiggler worms. 3 He is survived by his widow. Legion. II I
tniUa north of Starke on 301. Look '..:r'" GO FISHING! I
THKVHK: Mrs. Mary Wellfcausen. of Max- Dewayne Elder, Starke. ,
for the sign on right. George EJiR BITING INI.AKK sponsored Pen Shown i

\\1.. S :ltp 32S I Black II.. .... SperLled I.OCHI.OOM Perrh. 'hrarken. ...I i 11 yule; two daughters Mrs. J. A. by Voiture 1388, of he'< SLEEP WELL i I Tax t

}. SALK-.Sn room house on two ( *Blue .I1U I North and Mrs. O. L. Harris, both Forty and Eight.As 2.58
... ('0M1: TONOHMIN'S !
:r"8 of land on paved bigbways.ThI 3.35
with $'SO do", nand S50 a 1 FISH C IMP i of Maxville: four sons Walter a participant in Girls State. Complete "
month to include interest and in- We Hate Kter thlax' For The ;starting week of June 26, Jo Am TONIGHT I Included ;
surance. Mrs Joyce T. Futch. Ii.sker.ia.LE1'J. i jof Aberdeen. S. D.. Henry, of Tax
ItP, i tI/e'., .Smith was selected sponsored bj I
L.awtey. .1 i> Vero Beach. Ernest and Frank the American Legion Auxiliary. RCA Room Air Conditioning 1

1 OH SALK-Nice- building I, ts. 1 !I both of Maxville 16 grand-chil- All eleventh will help you sleep like
D ,enOM. JR. ; i are grade students'and 'll feel I
; .
mile from Starke City Limits on 1 HiNULRorn: a baby You ,
New Blanding Highway Priced i 1 CATTLE AND HOGS dren and 4 great grandchildren. : are class or student counse I better every morning. I

reasonable! cash er terms. Signon !, SALF.S : Funeral was in Long Branch i'leaders. ; .

near property sign._114n Inquire toy Williams.block tlV house 6.1*''I Uwt'n. .Oak e.Tllle Park F..Wedaendar.... Friday Church Sunday. conducted by Rev.t American Boys State Legion and Girls program State offering is ai- ; Chas. C. Shepherd I i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

R. Lester Pall bearers
j 1 FOR Taggart. '
RENT-Furnished apartmenl t t outstanding students
RADIOS REPAIRED a course _
one bedroom and gla!% d.in sleeping e'T\: Radio Seat Coders I II i
F. B. Coleman. D. G. Mann.
were:
AU Make. AU M deU ,1! porch latge luing room I: in government procedure on al I
"..**....,. ....r... g.arsateedCILIL ktt.-hrn and dinnrtte.' tli Soutl ii C. O Bessent. L. E Chilsen S. L. levels municipal county an. : Phone 239 Starke, Fla.
C. SHEPHERDTOJ St. ,,' PpU l at Tt k .\ui.> i"afe
/. Harris and R L. Harr.s.
W. Call SI. Starke Ph. 131,; ,. state -






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