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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1955
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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t' Jk'x' SURE-FIRE ATTENTION GETTER at the Legion Contention In Sarasota last
r : WeekFIRST OFFICIAL ACT of Honda's new Department Commander was to swear In

end was the well-known locomotive of Forty And_Eight Voiture 1388 (.\la<-bua, BradflCV officers of his home Post 56. Ceremony took place at the big "Welcome Home"

r ford, Gilchrist, and Union Counties.) Pictured above outside the Sarasota Municipal banquet given in honor of Thomas at the Legion Hall Tuesday night. In above photo

Auditorium, its sports a big "Elect Arrh Thomas" sign on cab door. Seated behind he administers oath to 1.. II. Gibson, new Commander of Post 56. Other new Post

I the wheel is Bill Graham, while Candidate Thomas rides in rear. At far right is Ben officers are (1 to r) Kenneth Grider, 2nd vice commander; Bill Patray, adjutant;

A (Ole Sarge) Suslow, an ardent Thomas booster. Pictures of the locomotive uere Cliff Currie, past commander Cliff Hazed, finance officer; Marvin Urquhart, sergeant -

.,' featured widely in Sarasota newspapers. at arms; Harry Hatcher, 1st vice (commander and X. M. Smith, historian.BRADFQRD

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outcome of Legion election Is County Publication Established In 1879

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Jenkins, retiring Department VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE. FLORID,\FR1DAY, MAV 27. 1953 DUMBER FORTY-SEVEN
Commander, A. J. Thomas, Sr.,
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Florida new Arch Thomas Department Jr. Commander, Prescott Klondes 'Too Much Talk'Now I Heroux Asks



LegionArch uary 1948. He opened his law when, the wife of Julius

office here, in March of the same Blocker, colored resident of Starke,

year In addition to his active entered Mayor J. R. Wainwright's'!

interest in Legion affairs, he also Found 'Guilty'Two police courtroom Monday morning Sanity Hearing

Thomas Jr., young Starke Thomas's election be made unani- serves as County Service. Officer. she wasn't charged with a thing in

attorney and veteran of World mous. Thomas will maintain his law the world.In .

War II, is the new Department The election of Thomas as Department practice in Starke during his termas I' fact, she was there only to

Commander of the American i Commander climaxes a Department Commander, al- convictions and two acquittals fishing at Kingsley Lake with W. testify: in a complaint against her A motion for a change of venue and another motion rais-

Legion in Florida. Election of the long career of Legion service. though the position will make was the score through Thurs- F. Osteen, who lives near Waldo 'husband but before the wordy ing the question of the sanity of the defendant at the present -

native of Starke to heavy demands on his time. He day in a series of liquor cases at the time the alleged sale took session
t 31-year-old Among the important posts he has was over, the Negress was time were introduced Thursday afternoon by John E.
head 40.000 Florida Legion has already accepted several speak- being tried this week in County place. Osteen swore this was the fined for
some held in the organization'are.: Ad- $25 contempt of court, Santora Jr., attorney for George A. Heroux Jr., before Cir-

naires, took place at the organzaUon's jutant of Post 56, Commander ing engagements for commencement Judge's Court.Convictions truth, but Prosecutor Knight call- ,and her husband was released! cuit Judge George L. Patten in Lake Butler Thursday after-
annual convention in exercises and other public were: ed it just another alibi. It what
Post 56 Commander Department just goes to show
District I can I \
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Sarasota last weekend. It culminated Membership ChaIrman functions over the state. Herbert A. Prescott on a charge The jury (Freeman Register Jr., happen to a woman for talking too Union late

weeks of bard campaigningon Department Vice Commander, and The new Commander is the son 'of unlawful possession of moon- foreman, John Reddish A. R. Dyal, much when she should have been A County grand jury
and Mrs. J. Thomas of Albert Griffis. J. D. Doyle, and L. Monday afternoon returned a true named as an accessory. Under
the part of Thomas and his Department Judge Advocate. of Mr. A. shine whiskey. ,listening.
supporters throughout the stale. Starke. His father is a veteranof Mike Klondes on a charge of B Alvarez) was out about two bill indicting Heroux for first the law they are eligible for prison
The new Department Commander I r At the outset Mayor Wain- degree murder. The 25-year-old
The Starke, ''attorney faced World War I and a Legionnairefor sale of bonded whiskey in a dry!hours before bringing in an acquittaL wright Blocker terms up to 10 years, but sentencehas
questioned
graduated from Bradford High I regard- desperado was. serving a 25 year
strong opposition in the person of 37 years. He was one of the county. ing the charge that he had been sentence for armed robbery when not yet been imposed by Judge
Anderson of Coral Gables, School in 1940 and attended handful of faithful members who Acquitted were: Has Alibi Also PaTten.
Billy guilty of disorderly conduct. When he shot Godwin with a 25 calibre They will likely be, ma-
employee of a utility company who Emory at Oxford one year and kept Post 56 alive in the long James Ritch, 21, charged with Only about two minutes were required Blocker maintained his innocence, Italian-make pistol smuggled to terial witnesses at the trial of

campaigned vigorously for the the University of Florida two peace period between World Wars the sale of moonshine whiskey. for a jury to return a verdict his wordy wife was called to the him by his exwife.A Heroux.

post, Two-thirds through the Sun years before serving two year I and II.Young. J. VV. Duke) Hendreith, La '- of not guilty in the case of stand. the of Mrs. Staffa, arrested in Miami

day morning balloting however, hitch as an Army Air Force Thomas is married to the tey negro, also charged with the J. W. (Duke) Hendrieth, Lawtey ruling on change venue soon after the prison slaying, told
Earlier
I she had told police of- motion was deferred by Judge
with the count running heavily in. cadet After his discharge he former'Jean Snodgrass of Scotts-'sale of shine. negro, also tried Tuesday on a ficers that her husband fired Patten. I I officers she complied with

favor of Thomas, Anderson con- entered the U of F Law School, boro, Ala. They have two sons, I Prescott's trial Monday was\charge of selling moonshine.A a Heroux'a demand to bring him a
at her, and it was this The next :will be for Judge
gun com- I step
ceded defeat and moved that receiving his law degree in Jan- \rch m and John Milton. (frequently interrupted by legal State Beverage Agent claimed I gun because she was afraid of '
plant that led to Blocker's arrest. Patten to appoint psychiatrists to
skirmishes between County Prosecutor he had purchased shine from '
what his friends "on the outside"might
Library Receives H. V. Knight and defense Hendreith at the negro's home in But when questioned by the Mayor, examine Heroux and give their do if she refused. Her husband
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I Two Boards Ask Special LegislafiollTollivideNewlloglracklaxFuiids the woman said she wished to opinion as to his sanity or insani
attorney Mack Futch and Sigsbee Lawtey. However, John Sherman, from
bought the gun a
100. Free Books withdraw the charges, and that ty. After they have completedtheir
Scruggs of Gainesville. Repeated colored steward at the Camp
Miami dealer and she smuggledit
I I nothing had happened at all. examination, a hearing will
For Young Folks motions by the defense that the Blanding officers club, and two
into the Inside her
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prison .
That
I should have ended the case I be held on their findings. If .
case was invalid were overruled by colored waiters, Jacob Miller and .oJ'
Mrs._Jeannette Young.librarian j right: tt r.. But the Blocker I Heroux Is' found'SAne-he will stand enFeb.20.
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Couniy Judge T. A.Yawn. Jesse Randolph who work at the
I woman obviou didn't know June 20 the murder of It has never been determinedhow
f announces receipt of 100 -tree !y when I trial on for
that ttie and maintenance of tbiite'w
A resolution asking new school same place, testified that Hend-
books from the University of Tell Of Search to quIt.. Every time the Mayor Asst. Prison Superintendent J. G. the gun got from the ladies
track. be buildings which have been reith worked with them
dog racing revenue split : just on the
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Board Florida for ages from 10 to 20 The prosecution built its case o'n tried to get in a word, she wastalking : Godwin on April 4. room in'the visitor's park at the
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evenly between the completed. night question. They testified I
years. This collection includes testimony by two State Beverage too. I The arraignment Thursday after- prison, where Mrs. Staffa says
ty Commissioners and the Boardof that the defendant was at the club '
Chairman Bishop of the County
In fiction, sports, adventure, frontier Agents, Supervisors Burney and "Now you just listen," Mayor noon was without untoward inci she left it hidden under some
Public Instruction was passed at .the time the sale of
Commission said that his Board is purported
two Boards I stories, fairy tales, animal, Indian, Womac. that accompanied by Wainwright finally said, with dent. The glum Heroux, hand. towels, to Heroux who was stripped
the
of moonshine
a joint meeting going to need extra funds to offset took place. '
Florida, and Southeast stories, Sheriff P. D. Reddish they elaboiate patience, and let me cuffed and heavily guarded, was and thoroughly searched be
last Friday in the courthouse.The .the threatened loss of revenue Both Mayor Charles Shuford of do the fore being placed in an "isolation"cell
Colonies, and Newberry awards. searched the premises of Prescott'splace talking. brought from prison to the Lake
two groups authorized Commission as a result of the, railroad suit to Lawtey and Commissioner
The books will remain here until south of Starke on U. S. 301 County "That's right, Your Honor," she Butler courthouse by Sheriff John
Chairman H. A. BishopJr. cut the railroad assessments in Carl Prevatt testified
\ 15 the 25 and founda as to the chimed in. "You do the the
August and will be avail- on night of April talkingand Whitehead and members of
and Supt. of Public Instruction Bradford County, or else have to good of Hendreith.The .
reputation
able at the library in the Woman's quantity of moonshine. I'll do the listening. I uredon't prison staff. The party had a Sale Of PoppiesSet
Harmon P. Morgan to present the raise taxes lo make the deficit in this
up jury case was composed want to "
Club building. Futch and Scruggs attacked Highway Patrol escort from the
resoultion to Sen. Charley E. Johns :Members of both Boards were I of A.
A. Edwards
"Come in and make your selec- purported defects in the search A. C. "If you don't keep quiet," the prison to Lake Butler. For SaturdayThe
and Rep Doyle E. Conner, and a& unanimous In that their Dennison John
stating tions," is the invitation extendedto warrant, but to no avail. Pres- D. Anderson, Don- Mayor warned, "I'm going to fine Ex-Wife Pleads Guilty
their support by appropriate legislative action not to be construed ald E. Hill sale of for
was as C. J. Powell, and Carl for annual poppies
young people by the librarian. cott did not take the stand in his you contempt of court. Ruth Heroux Staffa 23, who
action. against the Hospital Corp., but Jones. "That's'righl I the benefit of disabled war veterans -
own defense. Judge. I sure will divorced Heroux in March, and
At the present time, by statute, rather that an agreement be worked 1 Set For will be held Sat., May 28..
Hi-Y Club SaturdayThe keep quiet. I know when '
Plans After about an hours' delibera- to talk her husband, Raymond, both pleaded
all racing revenue derived to the out satisfactory to each group. case against Arnett Thomp- and when to The women and girls who will
filed
,tion the jury (John D. Anderson, keep guilty Monday to charges
County is divided as follows: the The Hospital Corp. has received I Overnight TripAn kins ( the street with these
foreman, Harold A. Crews, WarrenW. negro r for possession and But she didn't."Twentyfive against them by State AttorneyT. greet you on
first $80,000 is divided evenly be- $157,900 to date since the controlling ; sale Of Memorial Poppies are all unpaid
bonded whiskey in a dry dollars for for their in
: overnight trip to Daytona Winkler, Albert Griffis, DonaldE. con- E. Duncan part
tween the Board of County Commissioners
statute was passed, and willreceive volunteers of the American Legion
and the Board ofPublIc Beach next Wednesday was plan- Hill, and Carl Jones) returneda county was called Thursday tempt of court," the Mayor snap- slipping the pistol to Heroux. !
two additional In
payments ned at a meeting of the. Hi-Y Club verdict of guilty. morning but postponed to Sat- ped. And, as an afterthought; Mrs. Staffa was charged with Auxiliary. Accept your poppy
and all in I
Instruction excess matter of weeks to is salute to hundredsof
a amounting It
"held Monday night in the USO. Prescott, who at the time of his urday at 9 ajn. Beverage Agents "Turn the defendant loose." "conveying a weapon in the State gladly a
of that amount to the Brad-
goes about $7,100. The extra dog track who will testify in the thousands of men who laid down
case
ford County Hospital Corp. for the I The meeting was presided over by arrest was under probation following I. were Prison for the purpose of aiding
revenue is expected to yield from
tied in court In Gainesville their Hves for freedom.
conviction in up an escape" and her husband was
purpose of building a new hos- $18,000 to $26,000 annually.A the new president Jan Mundorff. a liquor charge I Thursday and I[
not
pital. Hospital Corp. spokesmansaid The boys will go down in a motor- Federal court some time ago, is here. were able to be Manassa Bowls

Supt. Morgan stated in the this week that if. the present cade Wednesday morning and re- expected to appeal. Two other I

meeting that the main point to arrangement is kept maintained turn Thursday 'night. Dr. C. J. charges against him the posses- .Perfect Game

be: resolved in the matter is which until the hospital is built and clear Houpl, club sponsor, will accompany sion of moonshine, and the posses- Rites Wednesday AN HONOR WELL DESERVEDAn
sion of for sale in :
the members. liquor a dry
official county body needs the extra of a $30,000 debt then the only Durin a 3-way singles matchat

funds the most. He went on money the hospital would need The party that was planned county were dismissed by the For Elam LewisIn Jacksonville Beach last Sunday

to stress that right now the would be to pay for any annual jointly with the Little. Women's court upon motion of the county' Dyal Cemetery night, Henry Manassa formerlyof ( Editorial)

School Board is in dire need of operating deficit which might be Club'has been called off due to\prosecutor. Starke, now of Jacksonville .

about $12,000 to pay for insur- incurred. i the heavy schedule during the last \ Klondes Questioned Elam M. Lewis, 56, a native of ;rolled what is believed to be the '

ance, utilities fuel; janitor service WPt"k of school. The second conviction came Starke and driver of a Bradford only perfect 300 game in bowling Bradford County -

j Wednesday when Mike Klondes County school bus for many years, history.It this week added another -

For Doubling Its Quota I!was found guilty of the sale died in a Jacksonville hospital Sun- was the first perfect game to the long _ _ _

of bonded whiskey in a dry county.:[day night after kn extended illjtess '- Of his lift for Manassa, a veteran list of honors that

I ?His attorneys, Futch and: Scruggs ; I of than a o! a century has'ebnbrought '1
j W0r! $ quarter :
County Cancer Committee Is Awarded Gold Certificate {have :15 days In which td preparl I Mr. its
I Lewis wAs born Feb. 25,1 I of l t bowling> competition. home by sons .
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,1& motion for a new trial. If denied:1S99 and had lived in this com Henry and his three brothers .I,1 and daughters over"the .JJ- _
by Judge Yawn Klondes will then I
Bradford County doubled its assigned ;be sentenced. munity all 6f his life. He as a George, Art, and Phil are well- past three- :

quota in the recent Cancer Maximum penalty provided by member of the fiaptist Church. known in bowling circles, havingwon quarters of a cen- _
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. many honors In Jacksonville
Drive, !n doing so, this county law for this offense is a fine of
Loca Green Lewis, and tourneys over the tury.The
one daughter years. They ;
became the fifth In Florida to $500 or six months in jail. [ I election of .
Mrs. J. G. Larrimore, both of resided in Starke until moving to
In th. 6dV* Jr. C f '
qualify for membership The case against Klondes was Arch Thomas -
tarke four Jacksonville
: brothers Harry, Jeff, several years ago.
eted "200 Per Cent Club" and was based on James W. State Commander '
testimony by as -
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i. and Emory Lewis, all of Starke, Manassa's almost impossiblefeat
awarded a gold certificate this Roche and Kenneth Garrett American -
of the
supervisors
and Will
S Lewis, Plant City; and occurred in his first game of

week by the American Cancer for the State Beverage I two sisters Mrs. N. C. Mott and the Sunday match. He is proprietor Legion is a well-de _
Society.In ;: H Department, that on the night of,
Mrs. Ophelia Moore, both of of the Riverside Bowling Lanein served tribute to an
announcing a total of 1401. '' 'April 20 they went to Klondes' Brooker. Jacksonville. outstanding young

92 raised on a quota of $700, Miss home on the Brownlee road and Funeral .'
services were held at "man who has already !- -
Dorothy Alvarez, county chairmanof j: : purchased from him one pint of he graveside in Dyal Cemetery' proved him .

the fund drive, made the following bonded whiskey. 1 :
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
self a valuable I
statement: When Klondes took the stand to with Rev. C. A. Crosby officiating. Temple Motel] serving the

well be deny the charges, he was subjected Burial zen, _
'The entire county can y followed in the family>lot well '
r community ,
proud of its record in aiding the to searching cross examinationby with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
County Prosecutor Knight as Sold JohnsIn not only in his (
war against cancer. This fight Home in charge of arrangements. I By -

must go on until it is won and until to his means of earning a living chosen'profession, I \
: and the that he Klondes but also through A
this public enemy is conquered on point ( ) Rotary TV Show
for all time. kept a light burning on his front one of the largest property the channels of Commander Thomaslonge

"The volunteer workers who so porch every night. Set For SundayA ,deals in recent months, the Temple I civic organizations.His .

zealously and tirelessly conducted The jury (J. D. Doyle, L. B. 'Motel was sold by Carl Johns to'j election is the

Alvarez, A. A. Edwards, Adolph tribute to Rotary International Savas and :Merope Kokos, formerly -
the door-to-door canvass did a culmination of many years. of unselfish work and devotion -
GEORGE KOPELO.USOS (right), chairman of the Bradford County Gay, David Green, and Albert Gnf- will be dramatized by the Hall- of Paulsboro, N. J. on Tues-
superb job. To the many others to an organization comprised of and devoted
Cancer Fund Committee hands check for $1,401.92 (double the 1955 fis) was out for about an hour be- mark Hall of Fame on Sunday, day. Arch Thomas Jr. handled the
who co-operated with our work to the welfare of men and women who have served I
quota) to Jacob F. Bryan III of Jacksonville, member of the Florida fre returning a verdict of guilty. May 29, in a half-hour program on legal part of the transaction.
during Cancer Control Month, we time of and It is
their well in
debt of Division Budget Committee and president of the Duval County Unit. The charge against Klondes for WJHP-TV (Channel 36) at 4 p.m.A. I Savas Kokos is a retired restaur- country war peace. a I
owe thanks particularlyto
a
possession of bonded whiskey was J. Thomas Sr., president cf ,ant owner, who for many years was distinct honor in which the entire county can and !
Mayor J. R. Wainwright for his Holding Gold Certificate, which was presented to Bradford County, is .
dismissed by the court on the bas the Rotary Club.. of Starke, states in the restaurant business in New does take pride.Anything i
official proclamation endorsingthe Mrs. Anne II. Franz, field representative of the Florida Division. The I !
is that faulty information had been that the show will coincide with Jersey. Not long ago, he and his we might say at this point would probably i
drive. Invaluable aid in pub- state officials Ufd Starke Monday morning to make the award.
licizing our campaign was givenby -PolaroId 1-Minute Photo by thl'l' Telegraph- supplied by a state officer. the opening date of. the fivedayRotary I son George came to Florida, stopped sound trite in view of the hundreds of congratulatory :

the Bradford County Telegraphand Two AcquittedThe International Convention I at Starke, liked it here, and messages that have poured in upon this modest ;

by raido station WDVH. We fund whether they gave large or I tey and Highland, $50; Heilbronn, Ritch youth, charged with in Chicago, attended by 20,000 ,decided to make it their new home. young American since Sunday. Anything we might .

and indebted to E. L. Matthewsand small donations." $37.63; Colored Division, 4610. selling 50 cents worth of whiskeyto Rotarians and their families from George Kokos is the new managerof say could not convey one half the pride we feel in
65 countries. Court.
the
Dennis Prevatt for consistently and Cordial appreciation for the efforts Beverage Agents Garrett and bestowed
Workers in towns com- Edward Arnold of the motels in this this latest honor on a native son of Starke.So .
carrying to, the people of Brad- of all who took part in the Roche on the night of April 22, will narrate the One largest
outside of Starke let's skip the bouquets and let'it with: "Con-
muniires reported A'enue go
ford County and surrounding area successful educational and fund- was found not guilty following his Rotary story, which will be pre- area, it is located on Temple -
the following amounts: trial here afternoon. sented in two acts, dramatizing the and consists of 26 units. Carl gratulations, Arch. It couldn't'have happened to a
both the news of the campaign an4 raising crusade of the Cancer So- Tuesday : ,
pertinent background information Brooker section; $42.91; Graham, ciety here in April is expressed by Through his attorneys, Futch founding of Rotary, and telling the Johns built the first section of it guy who deserved it more! .

about cancer. We are grateful to $16.23; Hampton, $50.43; Theressa t the chairman, Miss Alvarez and and Scruggs; Ritch presented an story of some of its major activities -in 1943, and made dditions in

all who contributed to the cancer I and Silver Lake, $35.50bLaw-.; '''co-chairman.I, Miss Dorothy Ross. I alibi to the effect that he was throughout the free world. 1945 and 1950.0 .



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"The Country Girl" Coming To FloridaBing PAGE TWO FRIDAY MAY 27, 1955

editorial Farmer's DiaryBy

o'clock. Guest speaker will be C. Mr. and .Mrs. Edward C. Wain-

Sam McGarvey H. Quick of Starke. There are 22 Wright and family of New York

a Ya graduates this )'ear. are visiting his parents, Mr. and
Three Boards Differ In Views tractor and throwing some dirt up The program meeting of the Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, and other
WMU was held at the home of relatives.
to the Used the
crops. rotaryhoe
t l Mrs. Jesse Smith Tuesday( eve Dinner of the Hiatt
On Spending Dog Track FundsWhen again on the, peanuts, and it ning of last week. family on guest Sunday was Clyde Mr. Hiatt's
did pull some, of the plants right
Mrs. Glenn Williamson and mother, Mrs. J. JL Lee of Jackson-
the present Legislature passed a bill in- smack out of the row, but we young, son, Robby of Jacksonville, ville.

creasing the tax on dog'track betting it raised figure that it does a lot more good were weekend guests of. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham of Jacksonville -
than harm. We'll for 111
see we
Bradford County's share ot the racing revenue have three rows of peanuts that Mrs. Troy Bennett. attended services at the Bap-

by an amount variously estimated at from $18- we think we'll get by without 03 A Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. was the tist Church Sunday morning and t
000 to $26,000 per year. hoeing. tw inspiration for a lovely birthday was dinner guest of her sister *
The $64 question now seems to be: where can How many bushels of Irish po- 1g 4 dinner at the home of Mrs. Ray- Miss Elizabeth Terry. j

this extra money be used with the greatest good tatoes can one expect to get from Still picking a few berries, but mond Suber in Jacksonville on We are sorry to report that Mrs. *
number? 100-lb. of seed Well, for the Sunday. Those attending from Edgar Wilkinson had the misfor- .
for the greatest one bag most part the, patch is
Quite naturally, since this is a windfall thatno we asked a few folks this week, overgr.oWith weeds, and it is Lawtey were :Mr. and'Mrs. Luther tune of spilling hot grease on her J,
Hilliard and son, Mrs. Doc Wainwright foot and is confined to her home. I
cno expected three or" four years ago, every and H. H. Lewis, of Heilbronn a matter of "seek and ye shall and daughters, Judy and ,
eligible governing board thinks it is entitled to told us he dug about 34 hampersthis find", Down at the road end of Betty.

share of the "gravy." It is being watched with year from one bag of seed, the rows where the weeds aren'tso The Irvin Shaw family and theJ. Presbyterian Church j
and that last year he. got about bad we're still Crosby and Grace Kelly give memorable
picking pretty co-starring
Commis-
the Board of County performances R. Devore
by family enjoyed a picnic -
longing eyes Bradford Coun- 44. But he told us that one year good and don't the berries taste with William Holden in 4The Country Oirl," due at the Fri., 7 p.m. Men of the I
and the at Lake
Board Kingsley Saturday
sioners, the School L. L. Conner of about Church picnic at Montgomery Con- \
got a yield good at this time of the year? Florida Theatre Sunday for a three-day run. ,
ty Hospital Corporation. 64 hampers, so we guess that must afternoon. ference Center, Crystal Lake. I
As matters now stand, the Hospital Corporation be about the record. What with the irrigation sys- "Echoes of the South" was presented Sat., :3 p.m. Adult Choir prac-
is definitely the group who will be there s tem, and a few good showers late- TTYVTVYYVYYYVYYYYYYYYYYVLAWTEY licious refreshments. by the Fifth and Sixth tice.Sun. i
"firstest with the most est." A law passed at the We were curious, for we were ly, the runner patch is lookinga Recent guests at the home of grades last Friday evening under ., 9:45 a .m. Sunday School:
Legislative session in 1951 provides that all rac- digging our small planting this lot better these days. Of course \ Mrs. Effie Miner, were Mr. and the able leadership of :Mrs. Jack 11 a.m., Morning Worship "Jesus
in week and wanted know Mrs. Frank Wells, Nina Wells of Estes. Miss Dorothy Swanbom, and Was Right"; 6 Youth Fellow-
ing monies received by the county annually excess we to there are a lot of weeds in it, but p.m
of $80,000 shall be turned over to the HOs- what would be a good, bad, or we've about given up hope of keep- By Sirs. Joyce T. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Eva Henderson. The play ship, Calvin Pace and Joe Hardin.
The Board of Public Instruc- indifferent yield. We started dig- ing it clean. We're going to con- Miner and son of Jacksonville. was greatly enjoyed by all present. hosts; 8 p.m., congregation will
pital Corporation. Commissioners split the first ging them by hand, and it turned centrate now on making sure that Nina, graddaughter of Mrs. Miner, Miss Bonnie Starling spent the attend Baccalaureate Services at
tion and the County out to be will complete this term of schoolin weekend in Jacksonville with Mr. First; Baptist Church.
quite a job, for we went there is plenty of moisture, so any Rev and Mrs. C. Cumbee and
$80,000 equally, and the Hospital Corporationgets about it carefully, and tried not old runner plant that want to try, son of Newberry attended servicesat Lawtey. and Mrs. Wiley Smith. Wed., 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting -
everything over that. When the law waS'passed to spear any spuds, or miss any. can find,a good place to take root. the Methodist Church Sunday Norman Hamilton, who is em- Carl Yarborough, Howard Bowen and Study of Job 2125.
no one foresaw that racing revenue would With the price as good as it is, morning and were dinner guests of ployed in Jacksonville, spent the and Reese Parrish spent Sat Thur 3:30 p.m., Junior Choir
soar to greater heights with each passing year. we did not want to miss out on In going around the Countythis Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts. Rev.I weekend with his parents, Mr. and urday at Kingsley Lake. practice.

But look what 'happened: any. week we saw a lot of pepper Cumbe'e is a former pastor of the I Mrs. H. H. Hamilton. .., ,' \
In 1952 the first year that the law was effective e and we sure hope that it is not Church. I The Baccalaureate Service of the ,_ :''P-"..". : ,_....:-_ c, -r" -_- _-_ ., -,-' '"' ,--" :-""" ,"--. '.:.-,, ,> )
the Hospital Corporation received $32,000; Although we did not finish com- all affected with the blossom end Miss Eloise Dobbs and James Lawtey Junior High School will

in 1953 $42,800; in 1954 $45,000'; and so far in pletely, we got about 44 croca rot that is causing so. much dam? Starling attended Homecoming at I o'clock be held in Sunday the afternoon at 3 FACTORY FACTORY
1955, $38.000, with every indication that the two sacks with about one hamper full age to some fields. Seems like the Orange Street Baptist Churchin school auditorium
additional payments still due will be larger than in each one, and all of them good there's always something that Jacksonville on Sunday. :Miss Rev. Troy Wakefield, head of Rural -
in June and saleable potatoes. Although the comes along to plague a farmer. Dobbs father is the pastor of the Religious Education, University APPROVED ENGINEERED
the total payments of $7,100 made of Florida, and
now
sacks vary a lot, with some of church. II supply pastorof SERVICE'
July of last year a total of more than $160- them very heavy we thin] that Our tomato plants show a lot Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane of De- Grace Methodist Church, will PARTSYashing

000 for the four-year period. they will average out about a of evidence of leaf roll, and we land spent last Tuesday with Mrs. bring the message. Soloist will ,\
Now, with the liklihood that an additional sum hamper to the sack and with whatwe don't know if it is just the hot Selma Eunice and Jimmy Eunice.A. be Mrs. John Caldwell.Mr. .
of from $18,000 to $26.000 will be added to the have in the field, that will weather causing it, or if the plantsare Q. Smith was visiting his and Mrs. Johnny Dye of } Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
Hospital Corporation's annual share, there is good make our yield for the one sackof getting ready to take on wilt father,,J. J. Smith, in the Veterans I Fort Lauderdale and Miss Arthur-
)Wrecker Service
reason to pause and review the entire situation. seed, about 50 hampers, whichis and die. Alice says that some of Hospital in Lake City last Friday.Mr. the Blanchard of Jacksonville were
The contract price for the hospital building itself a good record for us. the fruit is turning white, witha Smith's condition is greatly Sunday dinner guests of A. M.

was $344,653, of,which Bradford County was little yellow, too, and it .should improved. I ard.Blanchard and. Miss Enza Blanch- E TIRES IGNITION lil lilDRAI

to pay 35 per cent, and matching federal fundsof We loaded up a pick-up truck not be long before we get some Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of I TESTING AND STARTER
the full on Saturday afternoon, and vine ripened tomatoes Valdosta, Ga. spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eunice Jr.,
obtained
65 cent to be through BRAKE
per were \
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and Mrs. Selma Eunice TUBES GENERATOR
took them over to the Brooker with the Ed Durban family. spent Sun-
State ImprovementCommission.. Market, only to find that the Our friends Herm and Frances Mr. and Mrs. John Roan and day in Deland with little Karen LINING SALES BATTERIES
The first bids on the jobyer.e considerably grading machine had shut down, Hamilton brought us some blueberries family have returned to Lawton Lane. Karen is slowly learningto FENDER
higher than the architects' estimates and, after so we had to haul them back which they raise on their Okla. after an extended visit with .walk after a recent attack of REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
paring costs by eliminating some of the facilitiesand home. We'll take them over againon farm, the old Austin place out Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffis and I I 1.JPO !J,'). BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE

effecting some economies in the construction .Monday and hope we better on the Lawtey-Kingsley Lake family. I i Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and
materials, there still was not enough money on the price of $2.50 a hamper we Road. Man alive but don't the Mr. and Mrs. John Trubula and 'daughter Joan spent Thursday in Complete Lubrication Service
hand to go ahead with the project.So were offered by a trucker. blueberry plants grow big here in son, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy I'I St. Augustine with Mrs. Rafuse's
.
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an amendment was made to the original Florida!! Thompson of Buffalo, N. Y. were brother, Albert Davis and family. DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
statute at the 1953 session, enabling the Hospital Caught the weeds and grass that recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlotte, Sandra, and Gillmon
Corporation to issue revenue certificates for were about: to take over the field Joe Kerrigan says that when it Buddy Starling and other relatives.Mr. McKinney, of Anniston, Ala. have Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

$50,000 in order to get construction under way. corn peanuts, and Fordhooks, justIn isn't working properly, we should and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Jr. arrived to spend the summer with ,
Last October the building was actually started, time this week, by using a call our irrigation system, our and family of Ocala were Sunday their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.H. We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
couple of large sweeps on the "irritation" system! dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Arwood
and to date some $30,000 in revenue certificates
Carl Prevatt. Coleman Phillips of Waldo, Mr. HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
who do
have been sold.Here's not believe in States' I
Misses Connie and Jackie Har-: and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of Gaines-
the breakdown on the present financial Rights, but those who are opposedto .
situation as given by the hospital board: 9I Report the bill. Because of this ley were honored with a birthday ville, and Miss Debbie Phillips of 600 Temple Ave. Phone 69

party at the home of their parents, Maxville were Sunday guests of
amendment,
those of us from the
Due contractor due architect
233717.50; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley on Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Phillips.
6284.68; equipment, $48,500; contingency fund. South felt that, we could not, under May 19. After several games Graduation exercises of the Law- YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER j

$6,000; administrator's salary, attorney's fees, from any circumstances, vote for were played, Mrs. Harley, assisted tey Junior High School will be ,, .. :..._ ,, ,
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the bill. -" '
and miscellaneous expense for 1955 $4,500; lawn by. Mrs. Trubula, served de Thursday evening, June 2, at 8 ,.. --, --- ,- -,- ---.> j
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sprinkler system and installation, $2,500; intereston :

revenue certificates. $1,200: total. 29270208. 1 Congress .. "
To offset this, the Hospital Corporation lists T

cash on 'hand of $96,841.61, and due from the
_
Federal Government $172,826.00 a total of b7 BILLY MATTHEW .
r.
$269,667.61. The House this last week passedand ..
The balance needed to complete the hospital, sent to the Senate by unani- ,

according to these figures is $23,034.47, and the mous vote a bill which would authorize ,. ;: ': :

estimated operating deficit for the first year of another $4 billion dollars LL ,:: -"",..r., .', f ,
operation is estimated at $20,000. These are for continued research on how ,

combined to show a need for the sum of 43034.47 best to convert salt water into .

through 1956. Florida fresh water.we have At the one University of these research of- M'' ::1P9 :1/
If racing revenue continues at its current level projects in process. In
:
and receipts from the new dog track tax actually
by
Florida, surrounded as we are
materialize and are not blocked by litigation as salt, water, we can all realize how
they were in 1954, the Hospital Board should receive important it would be to The 1
around $70,000 in 1956 alone, considerablyin could .
economy of our state if we -'-.-- .
excess of its estimated needs. find same practical way to con- .
Although the 1955: : Legislative session has only vert salt water into fresh water.

one week left to go, unless an extra session is called The House spent most if its time "
the County Commissioners and School Board this past week in discussing a bill

met last week and drafted a resolution asking thata to strengthen the reserves of the ,

local bill be passed, providing that the new dog Armed Forces. This bill was at- w rra, r
track racing funds be split evenly between the tacked by some representativeswho w
two boards. stated it was an entering p4.y

The School Board maintains that it needs additional wedge for universal military train- I
ing. That is not my idea of the
funds to operate the school system and
legislation at allAt the present
cites the critical need right now for some $12,000 time we are committed to have a

to pay for insurance, utilities', fuel, janitor serv- standing army of approximately
ice, and maintenance of the new school buildings 2,850,000 for an/ indefinite period.

just erected. With Soviet Russia our only potential -

The County Commissioners say that unless they enemy, having a standing .
find some additional source of revenue they will army much larger than that, the

have to increase taxes to offset the threat of chief hope that we have to match k'
t. $
loss of revenue that likely will result from an adverse that strength is to have a strong 4A '
a \ f P
decision in the suit by railroads to have voluntary reserve. w
their tax assessments reduced. The legislation under discussionthis

The Hospital Board would like the present disposition claimed past, would week have, its made proponents possiblea ALL-NEW MONTCLAIR 4-D00 R SEDAN, latest member of the Mercury family,combines lour!bouette"hardtop"styling with truedoor convenience.Another reason why Mercury gales art lOirinfcI
of funds to be maintained at least until ra
strong reserve of approximately .'
the $30,000 worth of revenue certificates is paid 3,000,000. To maintain one reserve -
off. so that the hospital can start operating free only costs about 51000 a

of debt. :year, whereas to maintain a regular '
As this is being written there is some talk of a costs about $5,000 a' year. H. Look at the break get because I

joint meeting of these three groups at which the The economic aspect of the problem ; you

cards can be laid on the table and the most bene- is vitally important as we
ficial solution be arrived at for the use of the know, with expenditures at the
forthcoming new dog track revenue. Although present time for national defense :
taking about 65c out of every dollar is sales j
time is short, this would certainly seem the best Mercury breaking records'
that
we spend. :
solution to the problem. We have yet to see a The military reserve till was indefinitely
matter of this kind that could not be resolved by postponed because of an

all parties sitting down around a table with a amendment offered by Representative ." --
give-a-little, take-a-little attitude. No doubt all Clayton Powell of New York.

three groups have plenty of places they could use which in effect would have turned -I YOU GET MORE MONEY
this money. But it should not be forgotten that the contort of the National Guards

that silent but suffering individual, John Q. Pub- over to the Federal Government. I FOR YOUR PRESENT CARMercury's NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU BIGGER REASONS FOR BUYING IT
lic, has a stake in the issue also. Whatever solu- Those of us who believe in the .
tion is arrived at should be made with his inter- Jeffersonian concept of States' Exclusive styling shared by no other Dual exhausts at no extra cost on
ests uppermost.In Rights are fighting a losing battle record-breaking sales allow car-you know it's a Mercury all Montclairs and llontereys

National and certainly Guards if you of our turn 43 over.statesto the us to operate at high volume. You get New scpER-TORQUEV-8 engines on Ball-joint front-wheel suspension

these days of frozen foods, a good cook is a the Federal Government we've a' far bigger allowance. every model ((188 and 198 horse- Anti-fouling high-compression spark '(
lost one of the last rights of our power-backedbyMercury'srecord) plugs, a Mercury "first" in its field .

wife who serves a meal she thawed out all by respective states. This amendment of producing V-8 engines exclusively Consistently highest resale value in

was favored not only by those YOU GET MORE 4-barrel vacuum carburetor its field
to herself-Exchange. NEW on every according to authoritative
2 model at no extra cost reports

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L. MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR Mercury Custom 2-door start below 13 IT PAYS TO FOR FUTURE" STYLING

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS TOP SOILSee models in the low-price field.* OWN A m ER LUll I SUPER POWER ,

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ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1,75
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TTTTTTVTTTmY.TTTTTTTU 1 Grandchildren and great grandchildren BING CROSBY STARS fYYYYYVvtTYYYTYTTYYVVYVl family of Zephryhills were recent I ;1

PINE LEVEL Allen Sapp,and Mr.were sons and: Mr., Mrs.Rudolph and Barney Mrs.and Eldon Eg-Jo FLORIDA FILM BAYLESS HIWAY\ Crosby.Mr.guests.of Mr. and Mrs. William EIi1a{ )

gers and children, Johnny and The dramatic story of an enter- and Mrs Claude Woods of I
bj Airs.\ U. 31. McKae\
Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Lavon tainer, who has lost confidencein By Anna Ruth Crosby Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. CUSTOM I
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMcRaes Crosby and son, Mr. and Mrs. V. himself and hides behind alcohol &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& H. B. Kelly Sunday. A.P COFFEE'S. --
Celebrate E. Thornton, and Mr. and Mrs. and his wife to escape the Mrs. C. C. Crosby fell and broke GROUND MlldoMMedowL I
Ethan Wilson of Marlene,
Clyde Hughey. hard realities of the world, is told Texas .IAO i
55th AnniversaryMr in "The and George Boatwright of Green her arm, but is getting along I'
and Mrs. H.. M. McRae bad Other relatives and friends were: the Florida Country Theatre Girl showing, Sunday at Cove visited Mr: and J.1rs.V.. C. nicely now. EIGHT O'CLOCK, HO agar md fcOKAR l". ff.!0 I Mb Bag I
all of their children with themto Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger, Mr. through Tuesday. Ward one day last week. Miss Mary Alyce has ,..CLOCiK 75c
Crosby accepted -
and Mrs. Gene Petcher, Mrs. I
help celebrate their 55th Wedding i ,
Anniversary last Mamie Edwards and son and Bing Crosby, in the.role. of the. Mrs. R. D. Reddish was the a job at the Universityof C 9f!!
Sunday except -
one son bwen, and family. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. weakling actor, is seen in a com honor guest last Sunday at a birth- Florida. Reduced d $ .i9 I
from day dinner given at Hampton Lake
plete departure anything he
They are In San Francisco, Calif. Russell Edwards and .baby, and by her families.Mr. Rev. 'and Mrs. Oris Collins and _
has in the I
attempted
another Mrs. past. Bing
and could not make the trip. son of Edwards, Mr.
family of Stark .
The children and Mrs. J. L. Stephens, Mr. and gave notice in "Little Boy Lost" .! and Mrs. Fred Haislop and were Sunday .
present on this Mrs. W.R. Wood and son, Cecil, that Jie had acting ability to handle family; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Haislop, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. >s
happy occasion were Mr. and Rev. Sam Marshall of Tyrone, Ga., a' serious role, but that was and'Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez C. Ward. South American green toffee bean prim have dropped lain.. Yfa/nrI a war
Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, Mrs. Allen of Jacksonville, Mrs. only a warm-up for the profoundly were in Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. There will be no services at to down come prices on eastern Ground AfcP prauusHjui r'11dI1'vJ.W RED CIRCLE rBOKAR
Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRaeand Coffee! Take advantaje of these new low prices...(and note 1-lb
f I.H Bag
Sue Myrick, Mrs. Beulah moving job he turns in here. Lelia Young of Floral City Bag
Bon Buddy Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly last Bayless Hiway Church Sunday that you save an extra 61 fJS thrifty! 3 pound J beel!!)...Tim
spent /
Miss Deloris Newman, Dan Newman Grace Kelly, a comparative weekend with Mr. and I C1
W. McRae and son, James, Mr. new- Mrs. night. Everybody is going to the _LOWST REGULAR PRICES IN FOUR YEARS! ., 79c C
Miss comer to the W. C. Ward. Other recent
and Mrs. B. M. McRae Gerta Fae Alvarez, and. screen won the
and son, First
Baptist Church
Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall and Miss Yvonne Conner. Academy Award for her portrayalof guests of the Wards were Mr. and for Bacca- S-lb Bag S-lb Bag
children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- Personal Items the actor's wife, and William Mrs. Charlie Morris of Houston laureate Service. $2.31 $2.37
rick and children and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and Holden is seen as the director who Texas and Mr. and Mrs. George Members of the WMU and
:Mrs. Robert Taylor and children, children arrived Thursday from gives Bing his big chance at a Nixes of Asheville, N. C. Brotherhood met Tuesday night of
Milton to spend the weekend with comeback., Holden is led to believe- Mr. and Mrs. Perry Austin and last week in the church. 1 in I I. 1 8
Mrs. Taylor's parents, the H. M. by Bing himself that it is his wife AAAAi*4lliiiiiiiiiiii. ,. . .
'MONUMENTSLOWEST McRaes. They left Sunday afternoon who is responsible for his failings "" 5c off of regular price on
for a visit with Robert's Inevitably, Holden and Miss Kelly GRADUATION (
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Tay- clash, as each in his own way I GIFTS GALOREAT ,..; CHEER E E Lge Pkg 2SC
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I lor at Adel; Ga. before returning tried to help the faltering Bing. OUR '
STORE
FINEST QUALITY! home How the problem of these three
We were made sad Sunday very human people is resolved
No Extra ChargeFor night when the news was receivedat makes "The Country Girl" superb LOVEBRIGHT .- 8c off of regular price on
Setting In Or Near church of the passing of Elam drama. 3 O A 1& Can
Lewis after a long illness. 4 CRISCO 3 19C
DIAMONDBridal
STARKEATLANTIC Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae re- Norris of Ft. Worth, Texas 3 d
brought the at
the
message eve-
turned home last week from
Scottsboro, ,Ala. called ning service. Rev. Norris is the Sets Seer '
They were tOe off of regular price MAXWELL INSTANT
son of Dr. J. Frank Norris of
there because of the illness' of Mrs. Ft. Worth, who died two years Large Selection at ATP! J2-ozJar $ .37
McRae's mother, Mrs. V. B.Wheeler soya
who suffered a stroke. We are ago while visiting at the youth eye COFFEE F F E E 1
glad to report that Mrs. Wheeleris camp near Keystone! Heights.We EXPERT WATCH REPAIRINGWILLIAM'S
MEMORIALS much improved. Mr. and Mrs. are so thankful for the .
ESTAIUSHEO 1930 Wheeler lived at Starke and much-needed rain, and the farms RITTERS A&P GRAPEIIIICF
Hampton for several years and and gardens are growing f cie. We I JEWELRY
ris rouT $T.sAaaotlvltLE bye many friends here. wish to thank Mrs. Ozzie Cason 151 W. Call St. CATSUP 2'4-oz80t 33C
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rtrJtrS Mrs. Horace Crockrell Barry- larkAnnouncement Miss Janice I Mrs. J. L. Stallings adjourned until September. It has Cub Scout NoticeCub

Honored At ShowerIn enjoyed a very successful :year
is being made And Rodney To Present
by PupilsAt
Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Caldwell meet
Legion Hall !Mr. and .Mrs. Lloyd Barry of Pack No. 70 will ?
To Wed visited
Mrs.
IBrooker of. the approaching mar- June Keystone HeightsMrs. Caldwell's brother Monday, May 30 at 7:30. p.m. in
L. R. Mack in the
Alachua
Mrs.,Horace Crockrell, the former riage of their daughter. Jackie, to Gen- the :Methodist recreation room.
The marriage of J. L. Stallings will presenther t era! Hospital last Sunday.
Dorothy Prescott, whose mar- Edward S. Clark of Leesburg Two skits, awards, a color movieon
which will be Bernice Dansby and pupils in an evening of musicat Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Seminole Indians and
riage was a recent event was the an event of Sunday refreshments -
lip Hall will be the Woman's Club in H. R. '
Keystone
inspiration for a lovely miscellaneous afternoon, June 5, at 4 o'clock in Linzy were Mr. and Mrs. are on the program. '
Gladys Mooty shower given Thursday evening the Brooker Baptist Church.No June 18 at 7 o'clock Heights on Thursday June 2, at. R. E. Stanley and son of Tallahassee -.,The date of the June outing will "
Phone 35 ning in the First 8 p.m. Arrangements for piano, Mr. and .
and Mrs. Ernest be
from 7:30 to 9:30 invitations are announced.
May 19, being issued
Starke. The accordion, and vocal (
numbers will Carlton of Jacksonville,
o'clock in the American Legion but all friends and relatives :
rrrrrsrrrrsrrrrrrrs- -rsrr srsrssssrssr. sssss I of be ,
be ,
will Rev. L. D. d. I -
present The public is cord- I -
Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Shi the couple are invited to attend. Mrs. Charles Sapp is visiting .' Ii FJirgIL \
M. L. -
Packham. -
ially invited.
Jr. Woman's Club Garden Club Smith Mrs. W. T. Gill Mrs. J. C. The bride-elect is relatives in Jacksonville for a'few II I t

Honors GraduatesAt To Collect Flowers Sapp. Mrs. Gilbert Brown Mrs. Gleaners Class of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers time Pupils will to be be John presented at this weeks.
Ira Wilson Mrs. Fate Brown, Mrs. Dodd, Romesa Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews were I' .DAERIC I

Lovely TeaThe For Memorial Day Kallie Nipper, and Misses Jackie Met At ChurchThe of Mr.Starke.and Mrs.Mr Clyde Hall is Bessie Dodd, Ridenour Martha Ann Livingston, recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.Lewis .I' STARKE' \
Frances Reaves, L
Prevatt Julia Jackson, and Mamie Clemons in Brooker. Mrs. FLAJ
Junior Woman'a Club honored Members of the Starke Garden Henry.' Gleaners Class of the.First Starke. Aggie Watson, Dee Dee Harden- Clemons has been very sick, and I i I

the "senior girls of the BHS Club will collect flowers on Satur- Mixed spring! flowers carryingout 'Baptist Church met Tuesday night of Miss Bradford Dansby is a burgh, Marion Fredricksson, Fred- we hope she is better by now. I i Sun., Mon., Tues.
tin the recreation of the High die Fredricksson, Glenda
graduating class and their moth- day from anyone having flowersto the green, pink, and white room recent student of sides Whitesid We all join in extending our]I. May 29, 30, 31
tea in the clubhouse to take to the Lake CityVeteran's church with 14 members present Faye Maxwell, Lane Jackson,
ers at a lovely spare. color scheme were placed at pointsof [heartfelt sympathy to Mr. and DOUBLEFEtTURE
Thursday afternoon, May Hospital on Sunday for interest in the party room. The After the opening prayer by Mrs. College in Murl Dykes, Jane McMurtry, 'and, Mrs. Roy Williams in the loss -
employed at
12, from four to, five o'clock. Memorial Day. This announcement gift table was overlaioT with a N. S. Dankel, the devotional wasgiven Wilkinson present Catherine Parker Nancy Parker, .of their daughter who was killed Shield For MurderWith
Inc. in
by the, class teacher Mrs. L. Beverly Johnston Merle PackhamJr.
Mrs. S. E.: Simmons greeted was made at the club meeting beautiful lace cloth poised over a in an accident last week.
A. Canova. Plans while completing a Linda i Edraond O'Brien
guests at. the door and presentedthem Monday night by Mrs. R. B. blue cloth and centered with an were discussed Williamson, Elbert Her- i Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of
to the receiving line composed Alvarez, garden therapy chairmanThe. arrangement of pink gladioli and for sending the boy that the course at Jones. sey, Calvin Brown Elsie Jane i Gainesville were guests Sunday of I ANDOrchestra -
class in fostering to R. A. Mr. Hall France, Ann Bell
and
graduated Grace :
Camp
of Mrs. Doyle Conner, presidentof flowers will be arranged and Easter lilies. The lace-covered I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews. i Wives
[this in Searle. I II
the Junior Woman's Club, Mrs. handled at the homes of Mrs. M refreshment table held a center, summer. 1949 and is I Mrs. Dorothy Dowdy was called j.With Lynn Bad I. Cesar Romero

E. A. Yancey and Mrs. J. E. Hardy F. Hazen president and Mrs- sl I arrangement of mixed spring flowers -I After the business session the engineering department j i to the bedside of her father in Plus Color Cartoon for Children

club officers, and Misses Frances E. Sparks. I" flanked by white candles in U members present enjoyed a reys Cold Corporation. I "?" "Y9TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYBROOKER ;McRae, Ga. last week. He is some
The .
Douglas and Elalni Colson, The club members enjoyed a silver holders. The two linen- social hour that included games couple will be I better now.'James Wed., Thur. June 1, 2
friends
class officer. Mrs. D. L. Thomasand covered ,dish supper at their Mon- covered punch_ tables held the and a piano solo by Mrs. Dansby. and relatives in DOUBLE FEATURE -

Mrs. J. A. Torode presentedeach day meeting, after which committee crystal punch bowls which were Refreshments were served by house on the Raiford j !
the July 1. W. Dyal The Steel CageWith
hostesses
Mrs.
guest with a corsage carrying reports for the year were surrounded with pastel blossoms. 1 Dansby Mrs. By Polly Walt Jr.
out the class colors t>f white read and th following officers Mrs. Crockrell the honoree and'Holly Lee and Mrs. Edward Bee-; No invitations are Dies In Tampa Paul Kelly and Maureen
but all ,
be. friends and &AALAALLAAAAAAA&AaAAALAAMr. O'Sulliran
and green. were installed: Mrs. M. F. Hazen, her mother Mrs. H. A. Prescott,
The attractive tea table, covered reelected president; Mrs. P. J. Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Miss Mamie the couple are invited and Mrs. Earl Gay Jr. of I James W. Dyal 62, a native of -AND- ]

with a white cutwork clothheld Quattlebaum, 1st V.P.; Mrs. J. E. Henry stood in the. receiving line. Homemakers Class the which wedding will follow and Gainesville were supper guests of Bradford County, died Thursday, Main Street toBroadway

an arrangement of spring flowersin Groover 2nd V.P.: Mrs. R. F. j Mrs. Fate Brown presided over the Holds the the R. F. Ganos Wednesday of last May 19, in Myrtle Hill Cemetery,
recreation hall of
a low silver bowl, flanked by Young 3rd VJ.f Mrs. A. R. Nor- ,bride's book and Mrs. Ira Wilson MeetingThe week. Tampa, where he had been a care-

three-branched silver candelabra man. Rec. Secy.: and Mrs. E. A. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown poured Homemakers Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis taker for 37 years. He was in his With Tallulah Bankhrad and

holding tall white tapers. Silver I Hall Corr. Secy. and Treas. punch. Mrs. Shi Smith, Mrs. Kal Class of the First Baptist Church Presbyterian and family and Mr. and Mrs. track at the cemetery when he apparently Henry Fonda

compotes held nuts and mints.I Mrs. W. H. Beisler president of lie Nipper and Miss Julia Jackson entertained their husbands at a Met TuesdayThe Tom Markey'spent Sunday with suffered a heart attack. j Cartoon for Children

Open-face sandwiches and decorated -. the Gainesville Garden Club and were, attendants at the gift table. covered dish Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Mr. Dyal had lived in Tampa for _
cake squares were served on District 5 director, ,installed the Games supper night, Dukes. 40 years and was a member of Fri., Sat. June 3,4
were played during the May 17, at 7:30 o'clock at the general
silver trays. Mrs. H. M. HatcherJr. in-coming officers at an impres evening, supervised by Mrs.. J. C. home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Key.The [Presbyterian Women of Mrs. H. P. Gainey returned Trinity Baptist Church there. DOUBLE FEATURE -

., social chairman: was in chargeof sive ceremony. She presented each Sapp and Mrs. Ira Wilson, and buffet supper was served in :was held Tuesday night home recently after visiting rela-. Zora Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Marshal of Cedar Rock

the affair. Assisting in serving officer a flower symbolizing her prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mer- the Key's back yard. day School rooms with tives in the Southern. part of the Lane Dyal, formerly of With Allan "Rock-" Lane
were Mrs. T. C.; Haen Jr., Mrs. H. office. rill Edwards, Mrs. Charles Darby. Duncan, president, state. Hampton; two sons, Harvey Dyal
Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, class presi- and Jas. B. Dyal, both of ANDWitness -
were Mrs. T. C Ha=ea Jr., Mrs. H. Mrs. J., D. Doyle conservation Mrs. Lester Kite Mrs. Lizzie :Mrs. Carrie Ward Tampa; I
dent, presided over a short busi- I Little Melissa Ann Gano of three daughters, Mrs.Bee McCart- '
Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, Mrs. Luke To MurderWith
chairman asked for lemon-yellpw Wynn and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Jneeting with the
ness meeting the :Swan Lake spent a few days with
preceding supper. I ney Mrs. Doris Youngman and Mrs.
Feeney and Mrs. Pete Felos. day lily bulbs from any who have The hostesses presented the er a short business Barbara Stanwyck and
;Mrs. Bill Byrd. devotional chair- her grandparents, the R. F. Ganos. Thelma O'Berry, all of Tampa
The punch bowl surrounded by them to spare to be. planted in the honoree 'with five pieces of her !man;discusse the origin of Palm Evelyn Cooper showed J.1r-and: Mrs. R T. Taylor and three brothers, Willis Dyal Starke;, George Sanders
fern, was placed on a small table Madison "Partners
intersection chosen
island at the of china pattern. in Healing"
Sunday. son of Palatka spent.Monday with]an presided over by Mrs. Vernon Sil- Mrs. Edna
and Water Streets (Highway Invited to this delightful affair Prevatt.
I After the delicious the Roy Greens. Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Ava Children
and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Mrs. supper the
cox 100)). Anyone having these bulbs were 145 guests.Birthday Sink had charge of
J. R. Chasteen Jr. and Mrs. S. E. please contact Mrs. Doyle and she .,eleven couples enjoyed racing entitled "Japan to Surrency Mrs. Lou Bird, and Mrs.

Sparks made several lovely flower will see that they are picked up. Party games. America to Japan." "Y9'TTTTTTYYTTTTTTTTTTSTATE Lila Reynolds,.all of Tampa.

arrangements that were placedat Mrs. Hazen' reminded membersof part with Mrs. Sink .;- -.--, ,--.-_,
For Bobby White ,1 --" -'. -, _-. -, '--. _- ---'-" --.:;---- ---r-- ,.
of Interest Winsome > >--
points throughout the Short Course to be givenat Class R. Kite, :Miss Louise : FARMBy -

the club. house the University of Florida, June Bobby White celebrated his Met Herbert Green, Mrs. L. /I I
Tuesday N"
NightThe I .
Miss. Joan Furlong played salon 202122. Members must registerby sixth birthday Thursday afternoon and Mrs. Claude ,\ \

music on the piano during the tea. June 19. Registration fee is $3. when his mother Mrs Olin White, Winsome class of the First Circle 2 will be in I Mrs. 0. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AA SPRINGSALE

Mrs. C. L. Scholl. president of The Parish House on church Jr. gave a party for him and 11 Baptist Church met Tuesday nightat bake sale in front of s

the Starke Woman's Club, Mrs. J. street where the club met was of his little friends. the home of Mrs. J. M. Vickers Dept. store on Community Club

W. Kincaid, immediate past presi- decorated with graceful arrange- The youngsters enjoyed games with Mrs. P. T. Nolin as cohostess. June 4,. from 9 to 12 The State Farm .

dent and members of the senior ments of spring blossoms high- and refreshments during the after- Mrs. Charles Darby, leader, pre- The hostesses Mrs. Club met Tuesday for Community a covered .

club were among the guests. lighting'points of interest throughout noon and were given favors. sideO over the short business meet- Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr., dish luncheon.

the club room and the same Among the guests were Bobby's ing. Mrs. Bill Haas gave the de Caldwell and Mrs. in Spring flowers were .
the club
UDC Picnic June 1 arrangements centered the long three cousins, Ben, Joyce and Bet- votional. singer served ]I After decorating a business session rooms., SEAT .

dining tables. The mantel was a ty Ann Boone of Jackson, Tenn. The hostesses served refreshments ing the social hour. pre-
sided
over the Mrs.
by ,
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC focal point where a modernistic and his two grandmothers Mrs. to the 11 members presentat L. F. president
is planning a (covered dish- picnicat arrangement of calendulas and Olin White Sr. and Mrs. H. A. the close of the meeting. held to Chapman, a drawing was
beautiful
Willing give away a
the regular meeting Wednesday gladioli was set against a back- Barton. COVERS'
|hand-crocheted bedspread donatedto
June 1, at 12 o'clock noon at ground of dark green magnolia Class Meeting the club by Mrs. Raleigh Bran-
the Lake home of Mrs. leaves. Balancing the arrange-
_KIngsley
nen. Mrs. J. G. Godwin drew the
J. M. Mitchell. ment at the other end of the man- The Willing \
number, and Jimmy Moore of S
Following the luncheon there tel, were two three-branched can- First Baptist church
Starke the
was winner. Mrs. O. 2OI
Mill be an election and installationof delabra holding white tapers. The day evening, May 19, E. Crosby delivered the spread to
officers. speaker's table was centered with Park for a covered & UpCH.ASM
Moore Tuesday night He was
1 an artistic arrangement of Peace After the business Jeweler"I
away on a fishing trip and Mrs.
roses. When Robert and Erna Metzger discharged this week The supper, games were Moore graciously accepted it. We

Approximately 35 members and decided to take a vacation they Charles L.Dinkins and N. O. Winn 13 present. wish to thank Mrs. Brannen for I C. SHEPHERD
II IITV.
guests enjoyed this supper meet j raUy did things up right families have moved to their new her untiring efforts in making the
ing. they and daughter Irene, and homes in Saratoga Heights .. OE Ham lovely spread. I RADIO SEAT COVERS

Erna's Ernest Wengenroth . ., -. -.._ .-. ._ "
father the J. A. Howards have moved After this meeting, the club was -_. -- -- .----- --- --- -ff'" : L '-.-/--'o- ?--'-''- --o'F----" --""
Little Women left Wednesday to motor thru Pa. back to their home on State Rd. A ham supper will .

and Conn to visit Telatives until 16, Starke Mr. and Mrs. Paul by the OES Thursday
Install OfficersThe June 1st when they will board Snow of Effingham, Ill. have rent- 2, in the Masonic Hall,

Women's Club held the Royal Dutch Air Line fromN. ed the A. F. Sauls cottage on LakeSt. 5:30.: Adults $1.50,

Little Y. City and will land in Holland . J. W. Shay has opened an .
of officers serv-
installation
their on June 2 .. from there Army Surplus store at 122 S.
tea for their mothers at
ice and at they go to Paris for three days, Walnut street the D. H. -
their meeting Monday evening then Antwerp Belgium for a few Hursts have rented one of the Mc- America's IT'S UNLAWFUL

the Mrs.club L.house.A. Canova installed the days and then to Solingen, Ger- Kinney Apts. on W. Call St. .

Babs many to visit friends and relativesfor Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Childs of Cov- .
following. officers: President
In Walks TroubleIT |Lance; V.P.. Nancy Bates, Rec. the remainder of .the summer ington, Va. have purchased a cot- Gift
with a few side trips to Switzer- tage on Grand St. from Mrs. D. E.
,
Secy.. Jackie Hobbs, Corr. Secy.
land, Italy and other points of in- and moved in this week
HAS TAKEN YEARS Knight .
Linda Johns Historian Joan
lo accumulate your valuable Scholl; Treas.; Sandra Johns; terest there they plan to be ... and Manez Priest and daughter For Any Person or Persons to Engage in
in
back in time for school Sept. Leigh, are moving this week
furs, jewelry, china, silver, [Chaplain Polly Ann Wait.
preschoolage. the Dodd's Madison St. to
of spring flowersin The young sprouts from on
glassware Arrangements
hues decorated points of are certainly winding up their the old Epperson house near the
pastel Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
In no time, a burglar can rob interest throughout the club house. spring social season in grand style Hercules plant Manez expectsher "

you of those possessions.Guard Refreshments were served follow- this week .. Wed. morning Ira husband, SFC Dan Priest, /flTO
ing the installation with Babs Harris was host to the kindergarten home in about a week from Japan, .

your valuables against Lance presiding at the punch bowl. group at a theratre party where he was stationed the past The Name Is Registered
A /
burglary, fire and other During the evening Gail Duke where he showed the youngsters a year.

perils with our tailored-to- and Nancy Bates, 'each played a cartoon, followed by refreshments Judy Carol Smith celebrated her

your-needs insurance. piano solo. that afternoon the Story Hour 10th birthday Tuesday afternoon '
S group of the Methodist Church a't a lawn party for'.15 of her lit- "

enjoyed a swimming party at the tle friends and did you get to '

SorrellsDyalWedding Adams cottage on Kingsley Lake I hear Gail Duke and Nancy Batesin
H. C. 'Wall Agency Date Set Thursday morning the kinder-: their duo piano recital at theWoman's I I"It

.70..-....V*". M.... garten group had a picnic-swim Club last night Thurs- Read This Florida Law :
The of Miss JacquelineDyal out at the Hatchers.
'tPhone: 146 marriage party Harry day? they are really. somethingto .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. at Blanding, and Friday morning' be proud of .. .

200 E. Call Street Lloyd L. Dyal of Brooker, and W. the same group will practice for Arch Thomas Jr. certainly received shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to

Harold Sorrells, son of' :Mr. and their graduation which takes place marvelous moral support in ..4'k: engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -
Starke, Fla. :Mrs. G. W. Sorrells of Jackson- Monday at the Christian Church.Lt. State
for Legion
his campaign
yUle, will be solemnized at th$: Pat McGriff left by plane Commander by having so many without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

Brooker Baptist Church on Satur- Tuesday for the. Parks Air Force Callstreeters with him during the clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

day, June 4, at 7:30 p.m. Base, Calif. where he embarks for Sarasota convention last weekend I' is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

a No invitations are being mailed. Korea and a year's service over- .. Around 30 Legionnaires and
all interested stating under oath the of
signed by persons, names
All relatives and friends of the
seas one of the local operatorsgot wives from Post 56 attended the
couple are invited to attend. a stumper t'other day when convention .. Besides Arch and all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent 'of the in-

little 3-year-old David McKnightlifted his proud wife, Jean, there were terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said businessis, carried:
( [ ) the receiver and asked to Bill and Alyce Graham, Charlie
on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto
speak to Davey Crockett .. she Partin, C. M. Finley, Arch Thomas -
asked him where he lived and he SrJ, Harry and Mae Hatcher engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

II spoke right up and said you Cliff and Elsie Hazen S. G. and their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

know, back in them thar hills of Ernestine Denmark, Ned and Mar- (4)) consecutive weeks i in some newspaper as defined by law in the county
Tennessee the operator should j tha Yancey Larry and Maxine I
where said registration is to be made and said registration shall not be
have known that! .. hear that Goodman Seeber and Eloise Goodman t 4 ,

LOCAL OR LONGDISTANCE 5-year-old Gilda Graham appearedon Ben Suslow, John Grew, Al accepted by the clerk: of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

the Capt. Mac TV program in Crosby, Bill Patrav, Ray Stone, such publication.

Tampa last Saturday night I Kenneth Grider, I. E. Clark, Charley -

It\ Suzanne Ford, 6, underwent a Schaffer, Guv Andrews and

S SAFE tonsilectomy in St. Vincent's hospi I Doc and :Mary Covington No If engaged in business under

,{... 0 tal' on Tuesday .. came home wonder Arch was elected, with a you are any name

DEPENDABLE Wednesday and is getting along |delegation like that behind him! ,
C 1h @@@W '
fine Carolyn Vickers is home Hear the new Commander had a

e ECONOMICAL HAS'Jit51 M3 FISH 6W/N-m.ADDU/-HAVETwt with the measles sorry to .bit of bad luck on his way back other than your own and have not had this name

POWER tO CHANGE THE\R hear that Frank Hollingsworth is i home Monday, however Seems ,
PHONE 311or COLOR TO MATCH THE confined to St. Vincent's Hospital the Legion presented him with a

GROUND ON WHICH fl4tY after suffering a light stroke Sat- beautiful new auto and about a _
250-J REST."Congratulations urday morning ..also hear that hundred miles south of Call Streetit $ properly advertised and registered we will be
,
Ben Mizell underwent a major threw a rod! ... Arch and Jean _
Agents For to the Grad- operation at Doctors Hospital on had to be towed in, arriving home .

DELCIIER BROS. uates .f 55" From Bullington Tuesday. about 1 a.m. Tuesday morning .. all Information
Studio & Gift Shop wishing We're going to miss Leon Hazel- After the rugged weekend they'd I glad to give you necessary as to

and wood at Ruby Johns Beauty Par-
you health happiness, been through imagine they werea
success. lor-she's retiring for the time being wee bit weary and glad to get '

R. B. ALVAREZ J. E. Denmark is expected home .. Jean says she wasn't what should do.

home this weekend from Emory able to keep up with Arch even you

Transfer and f7Wii1 Dental School. Atlanta, for the during his campaigning for Commander -

Co. summer .. on the moving list so she knows it's utterly
Storage
this week we find that Marlene hopeless from here on out .

5. Court St. Starke Fla. and Bill Whiteley have returnedto She'll just look for him when she BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

their home in Fair Lawn, N. J. sees him .*. %

Perryman Bldg. after spending two years at the Seems to be all for now See

I 'Hartmann Apts. while Bill was jyou in the next I "Your Friendly
stationed at Cecil Field he was! Carolyn. .
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FRIDAY MAY 27, 1955 --- -" BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA' PAGE FIVE:


.. rJr rlIff r-j- rfrgd Mrs. C. J. Houpt and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were once each week for four consecutive I You are hereby notified that a ;
Second Round Of New Polio Vaccine
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- suit for ,
Mrs. V. W. Strickland, spent: Tuesday in Miami last week, visiting their ,graph. Divorce 1

to Thursday of last. week in son, Enos, and daughter, Mrs. Dated this 25 day of May 1955. has been filed against yon In the '

,. Lakeland with Mrs. Houpt's parents Louise Rhodes. Given To All But A Few Last Week (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court above IOU are named Quucd Court to serve and cause a copy and of ;;

;Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Douber- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk your answer or pleading: f the complaint !
I S/27 it &/17I .
ley. Miss Marguerite Clark of Miamiis I Congratulating the parents on are. colored and practically all of I Gerald on R,the Hart Plaintiff 202 Smith Attorney BuildIng i I

spending two weeks with her their confidence Dr. A. Y. Cov them are presently out of school Circuit:NOTICE Coart.TO Bradford APPEARIn County Jacksonville, Floridaand i
and Mrs. VictorHartmann Mr. and Mrs. L,E Clark. I Floridai file the original in the office of 1
Mr, parents ington, Director, Bradford County working in farm crops. a Chaactrr. he Clerk of the Circuit Court en !
Lillian
and Fuzz Hartmann of Rockford, I Health Dept., announced that a The health director urged parents :Kahn. Defendant.Kahn. Plaintiff Case, No.vs. 10-1022 Morris or before the IS day of June. ;

ilL will be guests next week of Mr. Mrs. Daisy Perryman is returning total of 569 Bradford County 1st "'of the absentees to see that '>tlce To Appear: said 1955; Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as t I

.: IJ II I "I rrl I I I I" and Mrs. Al Hartmann.Mrs. to the home of her daughter, I i and 2nd grade school children I Ii their children get their second I To:address Morris is Kahn.: c/o whose Max Aufrichtig.residenceand confessed by you. 1 1I

Mrs.. :Merrill Edwards S visited her I Mrs. David Scott and son, Mrs. Del Colley, next Thursday !'were given the second dose of dose as* soon as possible in orderto ::178 Beach Kensington New York.Street, Manhattan I once This each notice week shall for font be consecutive published "

sister Mrs. James Kinchen, ia Terry Lee of Jacksonville were Nora Price and Mrs. Ver- after being in Blacksher Ga. Salk vaccine at the health unit obtain the. maximum protection.The I You are hereby notified that a weeks In the Bradford County Tele I

and Mrs.T. gie Flynn had as weekend'guests, I since December. She will be accompanied Thursday of last week. vaccinations will be given suit for divorce I graph.Dated I
of Mr.
Sunday guests
Jacksonville on Wednesday. I has been filed against you in the this 7 day of May, 1955.
1 F. Colson. Irs. Jeanne Powell and Mr. and here by her soninlawand i "This was a remarkable at- either Wednesday or Saturday 'above named Court and cause and I (OFriCIAL SEAL,) Chants A. Darby "

Mrs. G. L. Price Jr. of Mobile, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. tendance," Dr. Covington said, "in mornings at the health clinic. you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mrs. J.: R. Kelly and son, your answer or pleading to the com 3y Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
were in Gainesville last Roger'l M. L. Johns spent last week attending Ala. Moore of Blacksher who will remain -I view of,the very confusing reports Dr. Covington said that there plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I 5/1J U MCOLONIAL i
Wildlife Officers for the graduation of their during the past four weeks. have been no cases of polio reported Kitchen& Schwartz. 713 Pro. iI I
visiting Kathryn Kelly at the U. the refresher I fessional Building, Jacksonville, iI
in Welaka. Mrs. H. H. Adams spent from niece, Miss Barbara Colley from i He stated that while a total of among the children vac- I Florida I
cf F. I course 4- -
and file
Friday to Monday in Augusta, ;641 children have received the cinated, but that last week a I the Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on cf

Ga. with her husband Adams BHS.Mr. first dose 42 were :Miami child whose had or before the
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis ; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chitty and Mjr. of these late parents I 27 day of June. 1955
of Gordon, Ga. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Lynwood starters, or when the for vaccination ; I
refused
pent Sunday In' -Archer visiting daughter Marilyn, of -Valdo-ta, Camp were absent permission otherwise the allegations of said
Miss Mamie Anderson and Mrs. Ga. were weekend guests of Mr. was accompanied as far: as Augusta bark and baby of Riven-I first dose was given. was stricken with polio. Complaint by will be taken as confessed

and Mrs. Randal Chatty. by Mrs. W. B. Mundy who N. C. were visiting: Mr. Of the 72 who were absent last Dr. Covington stated that he This you.notice shall be publishedonce I

went on to Ware Shoals, S. C. to F, B. Beard from Saturday to ,Thursday, Dr. Covington added, wished to thank each and everyone each week for four consecu. FLORISTPHONE
P. E. Stone. I
ti'e'eeks in the Bradford
:Miss Margaret Rose Duncan appeared :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haynes of spend the weekend with Mr. and I Thursday. Mrs. Beard and guests eight were by parents' request of the volunteer s aff. doctors. Telegraph. County
York Irs. Charlie Mundy and family. spent 'Wednesday in Orlando visiting -,that the second dose not be given, 'nurses, and others, who helped to Dated this 24 day of :May 1955.
in the W. J. Crosland recital New were guests Saturdayto (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
at the Friday Musicale audi Tuesday of Mrs. 1!. F. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard, Jr. and five have moved from the make the second mass vaccination Clerk of the Circuit Court 218

torium Jacksonville last Thurs-. Mrs. Carrie Adams who was I County. Of the remaining 59, '38,I a complete success. By Marian. L. Crosby Deputy Clerk .
5/27 4t 6/17
day evening. Miss Duncan played I Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and caring for her grandchildren, the Mrs. John Phillips and childrenof -

a two-piano arrangement with family visited Mrs. M._ E. :Mixonin H. H. Adams children, over the Newton, Kas. are spending several Guardsmen To Stage Field ProblemAt I NOTICE TO APPEARIB (I)

Mr. Crosland entitled the ''War- Waldo Sunday afternoon.Mr. weekend, also had as Sunday : weeks with Mr. and Mrs. I Florida Clrc-ilt i I.Court.Chancery.Bradford Coaatj.

saw Concerto" by Richard .Addin- guests her other grandchildren, Henry Godwin. Weekendtachment Donald D. Franco Plaintiff, vs. FLOWERSFor
Edith Ann Mary Elizabeth and Camp Blanding This Domenica Franco, Defendant.Case .
seU. Among those attending the and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and i No.
10-985
Mrs. E". J. Richards Newton,
recital were Mr. and Mrs. K. G. son, Roger, visited Mrs. Allie Mark Adams of the State Farm Notice T. AppearTo All Occasions
and Rodney Herlong of Jackson- Kas. is visiting Mrs. Lola Johnsonat Camp Blanding will be the scene in field operations. : Domenica Franco whose resi-
Duncan, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Driggers in Lake Butler on Sun
ville. State Farm for several weeks. this weekend of a command post Realism will be injected into the dence and address is: 24 Walnut DISH GARDENS
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. day. Street, Saratoga Springs New York.
exercise involving some 500 Florida situation as far as possible, and I

Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando Mrs. D. L. Silcox visited Mr. National Guardsmen.The the units in the exercise will use POTTED PLANTSPOTIERY *
State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, 'Sr. returned -
Is spending Friday night with her and Mrs. R H. Cox in Live Oak 81 men and 10 officers of field telephone systems, radio nets, I
N. Hrlong of Jacksonville were home Tuesday of last week "TICKOFF"A .
over the weekend. local Guard will I laiison aircraft, and mobile kit-
the unit take
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. after spending several days with mother, :Mrs. E. S. Matthews. On partin

Frank Herlong and Dr. .M. B. Her- her mother, Mrs. R. Koolbeck, Saturday, Mrs. McLendon will go the exercise, leaving the armory I chens. Primarily the problem will Flowers JViredAnywhere
long. who underwent an operation in on to Tallahassee to get her daughter Mrs. W. D. Sexton and childrenof here about 10 o'clock Saturday i. call for the units tor set up tacti- SENSATIONAL NEW

the Ware County Hospital in Way- Jeannette, who just completedher Atlanta are spending this week morning and returning late Sun- cal headquarters, including radio DISCOVERY!

cross, Ga. sophomore year at FSU. with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns. day afternoon. An advance de-. and telephone communications, and Give your dog a capsule!
I to write and execute the field
of cooks will leave the
Rid him of Fleas & Ticks
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams 8:30 orders by which an infantry regi-I I Nona St. Starke
: a.m.
Mrs. Robert Tanner of Baldwin Mrs. Elizabeth Newby of Miami armory at

SPECIAL! and Dr. and Mrs. Edward Tanner Shores has been spending the past and daughter, Elaine, returned to The local Guardsmen will join ment would carry out its missions.I I AT ALL DRUG STORES -. --- -- ,--- .- --
O __. _. __ __ .0'1"
two their home in Lake City Sunday The scope of the problem will '... n "
----'
weeks with her sister
and family of Jacksonville were Mrs. units of the 48th Inf. Div. in the
after the six weeks require each battalion headauarters
spending past
Saturday guests of Mrs. J. H. William Norris, and }Mr. Norris. bivouac area of the Blanding reservation I

10-DAY FREE Fields. The Norrises also had as Sunday with Mrs. Williams' parents, ,Mr. : for the two-day maneuver. to be moved during the progressof ,_ _ -___ __ __-n__ '
and Mrs. Jesse Newsome while
attack.
an infantry
visitor, their daughter, Mrs. Au- 'Th e men will sleep in pup tents
TRIAL*! Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding gusta Hillman of Ocala. Mr. Williams was working in these and eat food prepared in field "The terraine at Camp Blandingis SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
.
parts for Hercules. ideal for such a command post
spent the weekend in Fernandina kitchens during the weekend exer-
"
Beach. Dr. and Mrs. Mark Adams of the cise. exercise, says Gen. Maxwell C.
------------------ I Mr. and Mrs. Bill and of Jacksonville DRASTIC
Tilley Snyder who will
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams The maneuver will consist of a
children will go to Sanford on Sunday serve as director of the problem.
Mrs. J. H. DuPre and Mrs. J. H. spent the weekend inEustis with l
Newt to spend a few days with Mr. mythical situation designed to Since Mondayls Memorial Day
Mr.. Williams' parents, Mr. and
Fields were shopping in Jackson- FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE
ville Monday. Mrs. M. H. Williams.Mr. and Mrs. .Carlton Chastain. train the staff and communications there will be no drill by the local

sections of the regiment, and to company, Lt. Randall Chitty, company -

RirkerJofier and Mrs. Steve Simmons Richard Long of Clewiston visit- give training to supply personnel commander, has announced. REDUCTIONSKeep

in Clearwater I ed his mother, Mrs. F. H. Long, ---
were from
Satur-
Chiropractic day to Thursday where Mr. Simmons -here last week. Now You Can Earn Up To $1,200 And Still Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit

attended the Pharmaceutical Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Beebe, Mr. Qualify For Benefits Under Old Age Law from the LOWEST possible rates.STARKE'S .

Is not limited to the Cor- Convention.Mrs. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews, and Mr.
rection of headaches and ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY
and Mrs. Garl Mathews attendedthe

BALL POINT backaches but is very effective Ewell Lawson and son, funeral of Jimmy McKinley, in Now a calendar you can earn and up to not$1,200 lose I other words, after an individual I
year
in relieving asthma, Jimmy; Gene Walker and Mrs.Lawson's 14, in Jacksonville Tuesday 'noon. Old-Age or Survivors benefits according attains age of 72, he may accepthis Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone
father, P. P. Woods,
sinusitis, heart and diges- Lt. Bruce Mathews made a flying toTed C. Van Antwerp, I benefit checks regardless of
spent the weekend in Savannah
$2 tive disorders, liver and ,Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. J. L., business trip to Dayton, Ohio Manager of the Gainesville Social the amount of his earnings. 285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

9 kidney ailments, etc. Woods and Mr." and Mrs. A. B. from Wednesday to Friday. Security District Office. This new I Between the ages of 65 and 72,
a beneficiary loses a month's check
included in 1954
the
Since'the nervous system Walker. Mr. Woods remained with Mrs. P. S. Denmark spent Sun- provision Amendments was and is effective with I for each $80 or fraction thereof SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE

.' -'''' controls the function of the Walkers tor a visit. day tQ Wednesday with Mr. and .he earns over the $1,200 limitation. _. --- .
-- -
-- --
Choice of 4 point I I I.Mrs. Roger Ward in Jacksonville.Mrs. the. year 1955. Mr. Van states that __ __ _-.-- _- .- u,_'_-< ___., _-, __u____.__________
each of.the ; Antwerp by -
sizes! organ body a Thig:: change not only raises the I
Leslie Ritch of Shelby C. Denmark also had as Thurs- these changes, Congress has greatly -
produceany amount of earnings before "
Writes permitted
nerve can
393,000 pressure has spent the past two weeks with day guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. liberalized the retirement test I j------ .5 ., 'IV ._- \
-- .. .
words on a single of the above mentioned loss of benefits occurs, but I ----- --
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch. Thomas of Crescent City. which will result in allowing' man '
cartridge disorders. .. puts the wage earner on the same I BOATING'S OTSpjUFUN.
individuals to continue too k on
Nylon barrel in reporting basis as a self-employed
green, red, grayor Consult your Chiropractor Among those from _Starke at-I Catholic Men's Club beneficiary, Mr. Van Antwerp said. a part time basis and still receive 1 .
tending the funeral of Judge A. V. :
black!
their old-age benefits. WITH OUR NEW QUIETER
.Jewelry-finished today. Your conditionmay Long, in the First Presbyterian To Sponsor DanceThe Previously, the earnings of a wage .

metal parts! respond today but if Church, Gainesville, Monday were: earner were considered from IB Circuit Court. Bradford Couat ,

neglected become incurable 'Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, Col.: Catholic Men's Club is giving month to month whereas now it is Owen Florida !. Chanrrry.Plaintiff."S.. dTAflVAi'I3AILAMATIC :
on an annual basis. O. Smith. AliceM.
Come in and and Mrs. T. T. Long, Judge and,' a dance Saturday night'from : Smith, Defendant.Case
8:30: to 12 o'clock in St. Edward's The new retirement. includesall Xo. 10-1019 .
choose your new IX STARKE ITS Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Hollis Order Of Publication And .Notice
Parker Jotter. Try Knight Judge George Patten, and recreational hall. Admission $1 earnings (net income) regard To Appear State Of Florida To II

, it for 10 days. If you BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Mrs. J. E. Wilson. per couple. The public is invited. less of whether they are coveredby Alice M. Smith whose residenceand .
not then social address is: Spring Mills, Penn-
are completely The club is also planning a security.The sylvania.You .

satisfied, picnic in the near future. age beyond which the retirement are required to appear un
simply return it to, Mrs. J. L. Hair of Lake City I test does not apply has June 27, 1955, in the above named
us for credit or re- spent the first of the week with I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
fund. CLINIC i been reduced from 75 to 72. In seeks divorce.
her mother, Mrs. Frank Hollings- Four BradforditesTo Bradford County Telegraph shall

2 blocks north of Post Office worth. publish this Order In next four '
Get DegreesFour weekly issues.
Phone 108 CAP Mission Witness" my hand and official
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Knightof candidates from Bradford seal at Starke. Florida this :May
Office hours daily except Thurs. Gainesville A Success %0, 1955. ,118995
visited Mrs.
D. E. Despite
Koch Drug StorePhone County will receive degrees. the OFFICIAL SEAL) Cfcsrres A. DarbyAs I I
9 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 Knight on Sunday. annual Commencement exercises 'Bad WeatherThe Clerk of said Court
By Marian L. CrosbY. Deputy Clerk It 10 H.P.
Evenings and Thursdayby i to be held June 5 and 6 at the Llovd Bass, 30% Clark Building
53AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt appointment Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish University of Florida. statewide mission of the Jacksonville, Florida Y T Tu'lf enjoywondfiil1y

and sons, Mike, John and Vernon, From Starke: Marian McRae Civil Air Patrol successfully completed Attys. for Plf 5/27 4t 6/17 smooth, 'quiet rides witVthe

h spent the weekend at Cedar Keys. Conner, BAE; Wm. Constant its search and rescue mis- NOTICE TO tPPEUlIn I. new Scott-Atwater .4 .Ctiie

'. They were joined on Sunday by Smith BSBA; Virginia B. Wirtanen sion at Ocala last Saturday in Florida Circuit In Court.Chancery.Bradford County, .. a outboard that bails your rf t

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish of Heil- BSP. spite of very bad weather. With Lorena S. Boyd. Plaintiff, vs. Roy Bail-a-matic, Huth-Spring

THEATRE bronn Springs. From Lawtey: Joyce T. Futch, thunder storms and high winds, Boyd, Defendant. Case No. 10-1025 --'.' T Mount, Aquamuti Exhaust,

I MED. and with visibility of bad to zero, Xittlre To AppearTo -; Stowaway Tank Complete
Friends of Mrs. F H. : Roy Boyd whose residenceand Gearshift, Twist-Grip Speed
SIWRKE will
Long
,. the Florida Wing. CAP with address is: 115 East Street = -
be interested know Lake Charles. Louisiana.You Control make Scott-Atwater
I to that she is units of the Keystone Heights
Barbara McComb are hereby notified that a the outboard buy of the year!
Dedicated To Community Service convalescing at the Mason Manor Squadron, under Capt. Bert Christ- suit for divorce has been filed :
rest home in Jacksonville. I against you In., the above named
Ever" Given Scholarship offers in Ocala at
"Movie Are Better Than gathered day-. Court and cause and you are requIred -
break and began the search which to serve a copy of your answer Models 3'/ H.P. to 30 H-P.
Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr. of Barbara McComb, daughter of or pleading to the complainton
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad covered 4,800 square miles and ex- the Plaintiff's Attorney l

cut ad out and present to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. Monticello and Mrs. John Griffinof Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb of tended from Tallahassee to Or- Green & Green. Starke, Florida,
Ochlocknee, Ga. arrived Wed-' Starke and a member of the 1955 lando. and file the original in the office of CHASII C. SHEPHERDRADIQ
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
for a short visit with their i graduating class of BHS. has been on or
nesday
., Sat. May 27, 28 Sunday Monday Tuesday The problem given to Lt. Col. I before the
May 29 30, 31 parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump.Mr. awarded a General Scholarshipfor 27 day of June. 1955;
Wally Schantz, Mission Commander otherwise the allegations of said
-DOUBLE FEATURE jr) BING college work as the resultof by Capt. O. C. Bracewell, Complaint will be taken as confessed TV SEAT COVERS
and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and recent competitive examinations.The by you.
The PlunderersRod \ CROSBY USAF. who commanded the visitin This notice shall be published
.t 3 son, David, spent the weekend in scholarship is good for $100
? 48th Air Rescue team, was to I e -
GRACE Decatur, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. per year for four years and -- ---.
Cameron i Tucker I locate; the wreckage of one plane
KELLY Leslie Biggs. __ carries teaching requirements. and crew located in that vast area I
m
ANDrII L' WILLIAM and to rescue the crews after the

\# HOLDEN I wreckage had been found. I II IFOR THE PRiCE 0 THIS ANG ONLY

the bad weather
I } 10 AI'fJUJIEJtG-SEATON.; ...... Hampered by

I(W.m. VftItR8AIB18TL pI THE I which necessitated CAP planes
landing in emergency and bare '

l p: COUNTRYGIRL I fields, some without gas and some @ You Get

.. _-_ _._ because of impossible flying con-
.
--- ditions, the wreckage was spottedon ................... ::::::::: \... I

Academy Award Winner the bank of the Suwanneee 50 GAL

River north of Cedar Key by pilot
t
Plus "Fox ". Duckling" Cartoon
)
_,__ Ray Hale and observer Charles .
Latest World News ..
%. Whorton of Miami' Squadron No.
,_ __
____ 2 at 3:50 p.m. GASTANK
GEO. JvOPELOUSOS :
Group 2, under the command of I

Wednesday, Thurs., Friday Col. H. Ashley, actively participated _

I June 1, 2, 3 in the mission, and Col. Ashley I
-" Christoffers,I I
was assisted by Capt. i
The Long 1
commander, and the following
.:...: -
Grey Line members of the Keystone squadron I J i

t" : Lt. Roy Browning Lt. John i I \ AND

-F- Hammond, Lt. Wally King, Lt. 1 -

A1. I'' Wm. Breeze, Austin Bell, who was I I 2 1 -
)
.. ___ forced down, and Cadet Robert I II I INSTALLATIONTHIS

,,. ., ', .,'.',"......:..,...:..',:>..."".,. ..... ., ...... (Red) Salmon. I I I '
\ most difficult -
This was one. of the _
ti111 CATHY SOREY,popular/ radio star of WLOF says, "Every woman actions staged by the CAPin AUTOMATIC GAS

JljfU& knows light Karo Is best for cooking. andjon the table, it's recent years and, as a tributeto -- -
the fine organization, both Sat- e : RANGE CAN BE YOURS !


MARlAlDOMl'lus to- I dark Karo for me, the best-tasting completed urday and successfully Sunday missions and without were- I ', TODAY FOR A SMALL


: eating syrup of 'em all" More damage than 30 to planes men and or material.150 CAP 1' 'S DOWN PAYMENT AND

members participated.Capt. .
.. Christoffers of the Key'H Only,$1.93 Per Week

t Yes, indeed..biscuits go like hot cakes when stone Squadron singled out Cadet

'. on plenty of delicious dark Karo...
+ you pour Salmon for special praise because,

,.. i there's nothing like it for good eating. Satisfyin' although it was Red's first Mission thdslsCheaper
A-TO-2-2-2" Cartoon and _ I '
I \ flavor. So rich it stands right up on top and he was the youngest cadet in SLADE GAS'CO

Chapter :Xo. 8 Serial Tyrone Power and Maureen : of biscuits (keeps 'em light and fluffy). Keep ppint of service, he participated in I H .

I O'Hara : : Karo on your table morning, noon and night two ground search missions and I In Tanks

MRS. LEILA MUNDY ,Pius "Boo Ribbon Winner" Cartoon %.. :..it tops anything! always turned up when needed Starke, FloridaIt .
World :Sews I
[and Latest
most. Cadet Salmon is from ,

F Ask your grocer for DARK Karo, in pint and quart bottles Starke. i -.. -- --' -- --- -- I- _- ,-.--- --.--. _-_- -_,- -u-_'_---Zr.___ __-..-"'._--




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BltADnU'OOm.'TI' TCXJGCTBAFtL 8TA&KE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1953

Do not seal -- .
with wax. Use a regular -
??YVYYTYTYYYTYYTVf fY? I
Home Demonstration canning jar and lid.

, 1 Here's hoping you'll use the SOIL CONSERVATION ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing 111

c. Notesby strawberry often In your family's ek I LONG BRANCH i I Established 1894 !

meals fresh now, frozen later! N-E-W-S
v Velva Fruit I by Sirs. J. 1.. StricklandLAALAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA

/ DOROTHY ROSS This is a delicious way to use By Bill Haasi 1. I That's Our BusinessIf

Home Demonstration AgentThe canned or fresh fruits in a cool US.. SOIL CONSERVATION M S
.., I
dessert your: family will enjoy Rudolph Whitehead and family It's Glass We Have It!

r especially during the warm sum- SERVICE, I have moved to Tampa. They will Ilvill CALL WRITE or VISIT
Incomparable Strawberry one hour at room temperature. mer months. Most fruit I be missed by the people of Clay

Strawberries are not only color- Strawberry preserves are a favorite be used, from bananas any to per-can .-;.....* HilL j Joe Peters Glass Co.
and but they are a fine 1
ful tasty with nearly everyone. So, simmons, from grape juice to V. R. Ferguson, Chairman of through the watershed project. Hubert Padgett had a few daysrelease

source of vitamin C. after you have frozen all you can [guava juice. The most outstanding the Board of Supervisors for the from the hospital wherehe FOR ANY GLASS NEED

After selling and eating all the use. eaten all you can hold fresh( ones are from strawberries, Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Felix Griffin who is farming in is undergoing treatments. Hopehe We Design Modern Store Fronts

fresh strawberries you can, then here's a preserve recipe you might blackberries,cantaloupes, peaches, I is soon well and able to return A
trict the
Graham
announces that the
Board community made a Just Mail Us A Pattern for
of them in the like. -
put some packages mangoes, and apricots. Let's make to work again.
will hold its
home freezer for use later .on. The Good Preserve Recipe Velva in the ice cream freezer or regular monthly request for a soil and water conservation Sidney Harris was on the sick Table Tops

home-frozen strawberry is1 as goodas Select firm fruit, some ripe and the refrigerator. It tastes so good meeting on Thursday, June 2, at farm plan. Felix is going list and not able to attend church 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR 2-4353 '

the fresh when you follow di- some no\ quite ripe. The partially and is so good for you! Lloyd be Green's held home.on the A Watershed discussionwill to land.plant He soybeans feels' that on some of his services last Sunday. Sidney Hig-

rections. ripe fruit gives more pectin and soybeans .will don has been suffering from virus
Preparation of'miL: Tart fruit Protection and Flood PreventionAct. not only give him seed
Use freshly picked firm berries. the ripe fruit a better flavor and such as berries and plums will not Many questions have been also add organic material a crop but pneumonia, and Melvin Watson's
Wash in cold water, dipping in and color to the finished product. require added acid flavoring. For I asked about to the baby girl has had a severe throat
establishing a watershed soiL We rode by J. B.
White'splace
out quickly. Never let berries I Wash, drain and cap. To 6 cups puree, put fruit through a straineror protective area infection. Last Friday Homer
along some the other
stand in water. Wash through berries add 4 cups sugar in alter- mash well with a fork. Piecesof of the streams in Bradford Coun- day and his soybeans -'' Smith decided he wanted to rest HUNDREDS

three waters, drain and cap. Ber-I nate layers in a large kettle. Heat fruit will freeze hard and make sure are looking good.. for a while, so he dislodged a cement ,
The act
ty. provides a basis for B. said
they are some of the best
ries may then be cut in halves or slowly until sugar is dissolved, mixture lumpy. The block from the top of some
recipe for local watershed to he has of details and
left whole. !Measure.. To every: stirring lightly to prevent stick- about, one quart of mix is as erate with and*recaive groups Federal coop-as- ever grown. lumber and it landed on his foot! are managed economic-
four cups of berries sprinkle with ing. When sugar is dissolved and follows. He hasn't been able to do much ally attended that only a trained and

cne cup sugar.; Let stand 15 to berries start boiling, boil rapidly 3 fruit sistance in solving their flood Sitting around digesting the walking since. We really missed careful organization can attend when
cups puree or juice and
prevention water
20 minutes to dissolve sugar. about 20 minutes or until syrup 1 and 1-4 manage fine dinner at the Heilbronn Homer at church for he is one of the urgent need for serving is at
cups sugar ment problems. Local
people are Springs
Package in freezer cartons: or sheets from spoon. Remove from 1 tablespoon 1 Elementary School's an- the faithful ones who never misses ham!.
unflayored gelatin expected to do all they can to nual term end
glass canning jars. Leave one inch fire and pour into a shallow pan 1-4 cold water get-together were services unless he is compelled to
cup help themselves and to ask
the Tullie Norman
Eldon Sapp, J. B.
head space. Label, date and and shake gently until foam collects 1-8 teaspoon salt do so.
Secretary of Agriculture to sup- White, and Ancel Norman. Eldon DeWITT C. JONES
freeze at zero Fahrenheit. Storeat and can be easly removed. For fruits and Last Thursday night we went -
juices with less
plement their resources with only pointed to field
zero or lower until ready to Cool and plump berries in the sir- acid, such as a of corn across to the church to have our regu- Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
pears, peaches, can- that
part which they cannot the and said "As
pro- road soon I -
thaw for serving. Thaw three to up. Reheat to a simmer and as lar prayer meeting and found we --
pour taloupe, apricots, etc
1
,use cup vide to make the project possible get through with that field
I
four Jiours in the refrigerator or into hot clean jars. Seal at once. sugar, and about 1-3 lemon am had no. lights someone had Funeral Director Ambulance
cup- from resources available in the going to use a rotary mower on Service
-- tampered with the lighting
sys-
juice.Mix watershed and the State. The those corn stalks. I have less Our local funeral home'enable.
I tem. Some of the men of the tu to offer convenience tat
together the fruit puree, greater the share of the cost that trouble turning the stalks under
church finally learned where the services not otherwise available.We .
: sugar, salt, lemon
and juice, if; local people assume, the better i when they are cut up and they
trouble and made
used. was a tempo-
Keep puree mix cool srd their opportunity to receive the rot faster. I. cut stalks last 6"-6 66 6
FARMERS avoid excessive mixing In order to assistance need to up rary repair, but we just wonderif "-
SUPPLYA. they carry year and it "
sure helped fields.
preserve the ascorbic acid. Soften I my the person who did this knows furnish the highest type aeries at lowest price, and

gelatin in cold water. Dissolve :ponent in a wrestling match in son of Mrs. Margaret Davis and that one who damages church prop_ accept AN r life insurance policy in force, leaned by ANT

thoroughly by heating to 180 degrees = Daytona Beach Friday evening.The grandson of T. S. Williams of erty can be heavily fined. It was company, u payment In part or In full on a fumertJ.
R. JOHNSON F. bout one of series. evidently someone who knew what Consultation curia *
over boiling water (takes was a Starke. recently spent a week's no obligation.
about 5 minutes), add dissolved Howell Williams accompanied him leave in Tokyo from his unit in he was doing because it was a I II 6 j

gelatin to fruit-sugar mixture, to Daytona Beach for the event. Korea. Sgt Aspinwall Is a person- neat job of disconnecting some

FEEDS stirring to prevent formation of Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mamie llel management specialist in the wires at the fuse box.

N stringy lumps of gelatin. Then Meade were Henry A. Ellis of 24th Inf. Div. Hq. Co. He entered Our Sunday School and wor- CHAS. C. .
SHEPHERDIS
freeze the' mixture. After freez- Petoskey, Mich.; Tony Constealsof the Army in June 1953 and completed ship services increased in number

GROCERIES ing, the Velva'Fruit may be served Erie, Pa.; Harold Wood of Detroit -. basic training at Ft. Jack- Sunday. Richard Cheshire was

immediately or packed in Mich.; all grandsons of Mrs. son, S. C. He graduated from baptized after the morning serv-

freezing'cartons and held in the,I Meade; and Mr. and Mrs. Wood- BHS in 1953. ices.The

FERTILIZERS home freezer until ,needed. row Hicks of Orlando.Mr. I RA and GA boys and girls

S I and Mrs. R. V. Lenox of Pvt. Franklin E. Kitler, son of meet at the J. L. Strickland

'y.n.n..yyym.y.nyy.IIAMPTON' Leesburg visited in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kitler of home every Thursday night at
i
Raiford, recently took part in an.rmywide 7:30 o'clock. All are invited. These
Pastor and Mrs. Willard M. Jones HEADQUARTERS FOR
Egg money is BIG MONEY Sunday and Monday. logistical exercise at boys and girls are taking great
Fort Lee, Va. He has been in the interest in this work, so we wantto
Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Prevatt of
Withy Army since January 1954 and is a help them all we can. Our mem-
By Mrs. D. E. Hill Columbia, S. C. visited their par-
cook in
Hq. Co. of the 2053rd bership is small at present, but
ets, Mr. and Mrs. William Pre- -tJ!
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATOMMY I Army Unit. we intend to keep growing.BLOCKS .... .
y RBO.RDI1B' vatt, near Waldo last weekend,!
;
ille
JOHNSON BURNED; and visited with friends in Hampton ( J111fjJ

.lf profits win Jump when IN GAINESVILLE HOSPITAL Sunday. :
4 (Urt feeding Red ROM Guarentttd -
i you Laying Feeds. Tommy Johnson, 7-year-old son Mrs. Arnold Haddock, Mrs. .'
I It costs only a little more to of Mr. and Mrs.: W. F. Johnson, Frank Williams and Mrs. Dan oucR rEq 1LV

+ w' feed a 250-egg hen than it doe is still in serious condition in Johnson drove to Palatka Satur- I- atr zflt'
'a 125-egg bud. The secret oft Alachua General Hospital from day to take Mrs. Versie Barnes .

'V i 4RedttRoteeIeedeemgrYour burns received last week, when home. She has been visiting with t F WEi

layers get a perfect diet.T his shirt caught fire from a trash Mrs. Johnson for several weeks. 4p

? :>$nc 4 to give (hem every nu- fire ?! the Johnson home Mon- Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Greene, Mr.

i story egg produdo n plus highs up day. SeVef'tsl I yid Mrs, lQ Lucas; and children, !. ; HAVE ON/IAND., 6 FREE AIR CONDITIONING SURVEY

r 1 fnergy to retain body vigoj- I T" critical i condition for and Mrs. Mary Mosley of Max-

-J p *ye' : &nat -.-*- I days after the. accident, Tommy I', ville were Sunday visitors at the I :' WELL GIVE YOU Aid OF YOUR PLACE OF BUSINESS! V

,., Make-fwd your tgg layers fi$ ey Red lig was listed as "better" the first Avory Slade home. Mrs. Slade aid .: t I .Q Complete line of quality Yorkaire Conditioners}
money your
Rose. of the week. He suffered third-de- sons and Mrs. Lucas and children Q Easy, bank-rate terms!
I gree burns over his chest and spent Tuesday at JacksonvilleBeach. YOU DEMAND;
THAT In all of business
arms, and skin grafts will be $ Experienced types
Phone 51 W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts. installations!
necessary before they can healMrs. Charles Walter Batten and Mar- _1

...... : Johnson, hearing his marriedat .. ... __ Iii&.e-. _. "' ..' 8 AIR CONDITIONING THIS '
tha Austin Farmer were ,, -_ _._I ".e.; ;... .. :...- .- -.
-
when his shirt caught .
screams the parsonage of Hampton ; WEEK IF YOU CALL TODAYI
fire, caught the boy and rolled
-- Christian Church on Tuesday, May
him in the sand to put out tile 17. Willard M. Jones, minister of

flames, thus preventing them the Christian Church, performedthe I
'
While to Regular from spreading over his body. He
they ceremony. After a short wed- CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
I
I Alachua
$2.50 Value ,was General taken Hospital immediately in Gainesville.He to ding ing their trip last home week in ,Hampton.they are mak-Mrs. 0 SERy CEs -

is in Room 238, and able to see Batten, formerly of Orla Vista, 4 =BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
visitors his parents said.
has been staying with Mrs. Louise 239
Starke
Fla.

Baccalaureate Exercises Here, Graduation This Week Manire. I i AfW ,
""
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen '
Baccalaureate and graduation I iknam -in air ca tt*! o- wnq
exercises for eighth grade grad- :and Mrs. M. B. Layfield attendeda ____ r- -- ::
; funeral at Ebenezer Baptist
uates of Hampton School, class
Phileo Easy-Out Ice Cube Tray trips and programs marked the I Church near Chiefland Sunday.. .

To adults only .. for tell- end of another school year, with
ing us what you like best final reports and classes next
about new 1955 Philco appli-

S"? c ances. No obligation. Act at week.Graduation exercises Thursday SERVICE MEN .
once. Only one to a customer.
evening; May 26, in the school I-

I directed auditorium by the featured eighth a grade program class. .

e 1 Henry Mosher gave the salutatory Magnificently 0 p'
address, and Richard Johns was '

class valedictorian.Rev. I' Pfc William J. Underwood of

Willard M. Jones, pastor, Hampton recently participated in .

of Hampton Christian Church, an efficiency test conductel by

preached the sermon at Baccalaureate the 1st Infantry Division's 7th .
services at the school Field Artillery Battalion in Ger

Trade-in Sunday afternoon, May 22. In- many. Underwood has been over-

cluded in the program were a processional seas since last September and is ,

by :Mrs. Floy Sullivan; a clerk in the.battalion. He enteredthe ..

song by the glee club, directed by Army in September 1953 aid ,. .

II. J. Waters; and a piano selection completed basic training at Camp

alel ; "Schubert's Serenade," by Chaffee, Ark. r. .
Barbara Matchett. Mrs. Ola M.

Perkins, school principal, gave an- Sgt. Paul R. Varnes_ whose

nouncements, and thanked Mrs.K. wife, Martha, lives at Brooker,
r B.; Watterson, Mrs. T. J. Alder- is among 26,000 soldiers partici- "1 I
1Y
... man and George Young for flow- pating in exercises at the Yakima
..
..
: Never again ers and stage decorations. Firing Center, Fort Lewis, Wash. .

will your old Eighth graders will make a Purpose of this special trainingis ,y

......'c.... .._ ,e.refrigerator be I trio to the Stephen- Foster Mem- to test the efficiency of infan-r '""
worth so much. orial at White Springs Monday, try and support units in ? .
,-.,,..=,','".. n,_ .- Trade it in now their teacher Mrs. 1 i
... accompanied by tainous and desert terrain.moun-I
... ........... .... .... on the new I
their class trip.
1955 Philco Perkins, for simulated use of atomic

r- that keeps your Fourth and fifth graders, with will be one of the conditions ot

: foods fresher. Mrs. Janie Noe as teacher, will the exercise. .

have a picnic at Gold Head Branch Sgt Varnes is a mortar section'
10.5 CU. FT. State Park Friday, May 27. leader in the 2nd Inf. Div. at

H. J. Waters, teacher of sixth Fort Lewis. He entered the Army -
.'SS 1 \ I AirCondonedt and seventh grades, was absent in September 1952 and received

b I ( Refrigerator from classes Tuesday and Wed- basic training at Fort Jackson, Alive in looks Alive in power Alive in features ..(

\\ "' Twin-Syjlem nesday this week, due to illnessin S. C. He is a graduate of halo
; I no refrigerator his family. Mrs. W. W. Ham- School.
-1 ( defrosting. mond served as substitute teacher. ,High Only car in Its field A new V8 and two new Sixes reach new Never found on a car of Cievroef'sprice / /

d I Independent Cpl. Edwin Griffis of Lawteywas with Body by Fisher highs in horsepower and performance before j

I 2.3 cu. ft. zero :Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hicks of discharged from the serviceon You can't get any more life in autoYou certainly want life in your enAntidive braking that means heads-up J
freezer.
lone Jacksonville were weekend guestsof May 5 at Ft. .Jackson, S. C. mobile styling than Chevrolet's "Body gine. And with the choice of powerstopping.. 12-volt electrical systen delivers
Double' Depth :Mr. and :Mrs. G. C. Cox in after two years in the Army. He Ball-Rlc
twice the
offers
Dairy Bar by Fisher. Those three words say thrillers that Chevrolet youthisj punch.
is at the Clay
now employed
-- MOCEI 1251 holds V4 gallon Hampton.Mr.. and. Mrs. John Parker visit- County Farms near Middleburg, all the nice, reassuring things you can ear, you've got what it takes to steering makes steering and parkin-

milk cartons. where he looks after range cattle. say about automobile bodies. "Body you into a whole new world of motoreasier.&t try these things for your-
in : last Sunday.
r------------------ ed Fort Myers
Giant Cheese by Fisher" is found in many of ing confidence and pleasure. How selL:.Telephone or come in and let us
of
Melton Camp
I Pvt. Clarence
I FREE ) '35 Phileo Radio I Keeper. Gordon, Ga., visited with his -parents Sgt. Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr., America's most luxurious cars. about trying the V8 soon? arrange a demonstration soon.

I } with Built-in Kitchen Timer I AS LOW AS Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton, I
Yours with purchase of any near Hampton last weekend.
I ThIs Week 1955 Phileo Air Conditioned I $3.00 Mrs. John Blackman and son, PEST CONTROL Combine your new Chevrolet, purchase
fl/ with vacation !
I Refrigerator if you hurry. I your plans I'
Marel Rhoden who is home on a .
.
------------- -----s Order a. w Chevrolet.through w, the*
furlough from the Army, visited I TERMITES pick it ap aIM plant i ij flint Mid,,. I'
in for the weekend. ALL TYPES OF '55 PACEMAKER and driveyovnahow. rf yov Itk*.
Tampa 1- Choac** c v. :
Richard stationed at Gunter -I I rotl'U tone o substantial snare of your .
May,
C H. NASWORTHYGENERAL Household Commercial SALES LEADER FOR 19 STRAIGHT YEARS ."ocatio travel coitjl i
Field, Ala., was home for the GROVE SPRAYING t---r= i

weekend with his family. Call for estimate
Mrs. R. C. Gray and daughtersof
SUPPLIES Jacksonville visited in Hamp- Florida Pest Control TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE I

232 E. Call St. Phon 198-J ton Thursday and Friday of last & Chemical Co. ,
week, staying with the J. W.
I 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 035 t
Starke, Fla. Homes. Gainesville, Fla. 111 CALL AND COURT STREETS STARKE, FLA. i i
Leo (Daniel Boone) Savage, of
;
Hampton Junction, bested his op- ;!

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
MAY 27. 1953

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struments singing, and record vited to attend this meeting. Ad- Dated this 11 day of May, 1955. for the relief demand In the Bill of graph. I I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Dated this 18th of
day
Complaint. May 1955. By Marian I. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
listening; library areas with sew ditional information concerningthe Clerk of the Circuit Court I(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.. Darby 5/20 4t 6 10
SUMMER PROGRAM INFORMATIONA Marian L. Clerk. WITNESS my hand and seal of Clerk of the ;
dramatics handcrafts storytelling program may be obtained by By Crosby Deputy said Circuit Court. -
ing I 5/13 it 6/3 Court this 17 day of May. A.D. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
reading and discussion calling or writing school officials. 1955. 5/20 It 6/10 TAX DEED
([OFFICIAL SEAL Charles Hence Bill >.. 1S63
) A.
Darby
total of 243 students had students will return to the usa sessions; and arts and homecrafts NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk Circuit Court Notice is hereby given, that
the at 11:30 awn The ideal featureof with creative activity using tools, snnVn.nmrv.n.n.HIGHLAND I. ClrcBlt Cart Bradford COBBty Bradford County, Florida NOTICE TO APPEAR Ernestine Denmark, the holder of
registered for some phase of Florida la CaaBeery. 5/20 4t 6/10 IB The Circuit Court ot Bradford the following certificates has filed
for school chil- the swimming instruction planis paints and similar materials to) Michael O. :Malone, Plaintiff, vs. County Florida. IB O_< summer program that the student.is not requiredto make a great variety of items for NOTICE TO APPEAR ,Szcepan Dumanski. Plaintiff. vs. be issued thereon. The certificate
Helen Joanne
Malone Defendant IB ClrcBit Court. Bradford Ludwika Dumanski Defendant. numbers, and years of Issuance. the
23. The startingdate CoBBty.
dren by May follow a rigid schedule. Shoulda gifts, of use around the homes or Case No. 10-1006 Florida IB Caaaeery.Mieciyslaw Case No. 10-1016 description of the property, and the

for the eight-week programwill student be absent for a week or just for the fun of learning to .Vetlce T AppearTo Kurszyne. Plaintiff vs. Notice To Appear names in which is was assessed areas
By Sin. Lacy Norman1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA follows:
be June 6. Although the majority two he may simply take up where work with the various equipment. : Helen Joanne Malone, whose Marie Kurszyne. Defendant.Case No. 10-1015 residence To: Ludwika and address Dumanski Is: Unknown.You whose. Certificate No. 57.

of the students range from be left off whenever he desires. The indoor activity periods will residence is Keller, Virginia and Votlce: Maria To AppearTo Kurszyne whose resi- for are hereby notified that a suit Description Year of Issuance of Property 1953. :

Volunteer helpers are requested to be under the following instructors: dence Divorce NJ4 of SW% of SE>% Except Ry..
13 school whose address is Box 123, Keller, and address is: Unknown.
seven through any Mr.' and Mrs.
Oscar Vansantand has
age been filed in Sea
You against you the t3, T. 7 s. R. :: E.
62-J Mr. music education to be announced are hereby notified that a
Hobbs at
call Mr. or ( )
,
student through grade 12 Is wel- children of Callahan visited Virginia. suit for divorcehas above named Court and cause and Name in which assessed: Tyden
Gibson or Dr. Jennings at 59-J. library areas, Mr. Casey and Dr. been filed against you In the you are required to serve a cepy of Yarn.
come to participate. Program the W. c. Hardees You are hereby notified that a
and
Miss Maggie your answer or pleading to the
Instructors and helpers will con- Jennings; arts and homecrafts, suit for above named Court and cause and com- All of said property being In the
Coordinator L. H. Gibson pointedout Crews recently. you are required to serve a copy of plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney County of Pradford, State of Flori
is intendedfor duct practice sessions Thursday Mr. Hobbs, Mr. Dick Mr. Register, Divorcehas your answer or pleading to the complaint T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. da.
that the program and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Corithers been filed agalnt you In the on the Plaintiff's Attorney and file the original in the office
June 2. Miss Bishop. Mr. of Unless such certificate certificates -
Ingram
school children and that a child afternoon of Jacksonville visited the Mart above named Court and cause and T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on shall be redeemed accordingto er
Lawtey and Mr. Coram of Brookerwill you are.required to serve a of and file the or before the
must have been in school for at TEAM SPORTS copy original in the office law the property described in
fill in where needed. Volun- family and the Earsely Normansat your answer or pleading to the com- of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 20 day of June. 1955; such certificate or certificates will
least one school year to be eligi- Baseball Softball Lawtey recently. Mrs. Normanis plaint on the Plaintiffs or before the otherwise the allegations of said be sold to the highest bidder at the
ble. Basketball VolleyballAll teer helpers are urgently neededin Attorney T. David Burns 308 20 day of June. 1955; Complaint will be taken as confessed court house door on the first Mon
all activities. ill with malaria fever. otherwise the allegations of said by you. In month of
Indoor activitieswill day June. 1955, whichIs
team sports will be offeredat Guaranty Life Building Jackson- Complaint will be taken This notice shall
SWIMMING Mrs. Sarah Norman and Ellen as confessed be published the ( day of June 1955.
3:45 to 4:45 p.m. in the gen- run from 2:15 to 3:15 p.m. ville, Floridaand by you. once each week for four consecutive Dated this 2 day of May. U55.
Instructional swimming will be Norman were in Green Cove on i This notice shall be publishedonce weeks in the Bradford County TeleI (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
offered daily on a staggered sche-: eral, area of the high school stadi- REFRESHMENT BREAKAt business Monday. While there file the original in the office of each week for four consecutive ,graph. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
um. It was originally planned 3:15: to 3:30, it is plannedto ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I weeks in the Bradford County Tele (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby County Florida. 5/6 4t 5/27
dule under the general direction of Mrs. Norman visited her daughter before the
for Coach Register to direct the serve a glass of cold milk witha
J. C. Hobbs. The teaching will Cleo Sapp. 13 day of June 1955;
American Legion baseball programbut doughnut or cookie to each child
follow the assembly line technique Evelyn Norman Beedie May otherwise the allegations of said
due to the shortage of electric who may desire them. The milk
Complaint will be taken as con-
teacher instructor to Harvey Janette
of one or a Griffis and Win- BUSINESS
current, night practices or i will be served by an approved fessed by you. DIRECTORYFor
group of about 10 students who fred Wilkinson all of Jackson- This notice shall be published
have been cancelled. Unless! food-handler with the cooperationof
games once each week for four consecutive
ville
will be grouped for swimming : attended church service here
the boys can practice in the afternoons various students who will act weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
' skills such as breath-holding, Sunday. graph. Reliable
rhythmic breathing floating arm this phase of the program on hospitality committees. Cold Sunday School 9:45 Dated this 12 day of May, 1955. Dependable Service and Merchandise
must be. dropped for this year, bottled drinks will be available in : a. m. Wor- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
stroke finning and others. Recrea-
Mr. Gibson stated. Baseball will a vending machine with the profits ship Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 Clerk of the Circuit Court Shop These Starke Business Firms
tional swimming will be under the p. m. Prayer Service each Wednesday By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk .
be offered daily at 3:45: for all going to the general expense fundof 5/13 4t 6/3
general direction of Miss Nina 7:30
p. m. Come and
out
students interested. Softball will the program: Students may -
Bishop for those students who worship with .
us.NOTICE la The Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial
be under the direction of Mr. bring snacks if they desire.
can demonstrate a satisfactory Circuit Of Florida, IB And .
ability in swimming. Volunteer Dick. Girls' basketball will be OUTDOOR ACTIVITY PERIODFrom For la Bradford Chancery.County COMPLETE STOCK DRY CLEANING IIERB'S
directed by Miss Bishop and boys'
3:30 to 4:30 students
helpers are needed in both areas p.m. TO APPEAR No. 10-1011
basketball by Mr. Ingram. Stud- may play all sorts of games and I. Circuit C..rt. Bradford Conatr. :Max N'iederreither, Plaintiff. vs. MOTOR PARTS
of instructional and recreational
Florid. .
!
ChaBrerr. Irene Niederreither Defendant.Nonce KING KOBE
ents elect team sport. Daily WE CALL FOR
swimming. Mr. Hobbs stated that may other activities around the USO Peter Zltz, Plaintiff, vs. Ante Zitz. To Defend
participation will not be, requiredfor building under the general super- Defendant., I To: Irene Niederreither Defendant. FORGARAGES
the helpers in this phase of the Case No. 10-1004 7 Herzogstand Street, Munich, AND DELIVER DRIVE-IN
any sport. The new BHS gym vision of Mr. Hobbs other
program do not need to be expert and Settee To AppearsTe Germany. AND
facilities will be used if the build- members of the staff. They may : Ante Zitz, whose residenceand I You are hereby notified that a suit
swimmers. He will demonstrate address Is: Alekrandravo No. for divorce has been filed againstyou FILLING STATIONS Phone 135 Package Milk Shakes
exactly what is necessary for the ing (is completed. All students also go to the stadium for the 623, Otok Krk, Yugoslavija. in the above entitled cause; And
participating in team sports are team sports which will run from You are hereby notified nat a land you are hereby required file For Delivery
particular skill to be taught at suit for Answer with the Clerk of this
each part of the assembly line expected to take a shower following 3:45: to 4:45 p.m. Should a student Divorcebaa Court, and to serve a Copy thereof CALL 203 NEW METHOD KING KONESSTARKE
the game at either the Field prefer to remain indoors and finish been filed against you In the ;upon Plaintiff's attorney, Samuel V.
teaching. above named Court and cause and :Holch, 409-A Main Street. Daytona CLEANERS.
Although instructional swim- House or the new gym. working on a sampler, or a model you are required to serve a copy of Beach. Florida not later than the DELICIOUS
HEALTH GUIDANCE' other of your answer or pleading to the :21st day of June, 1955. Motor Parts Co. A'e.REFRESHING
airplane, or some piece
will be offered Bob Green 315
ming every morning complaint on the Plaintiff I If you fail to do so, decree pro Temple
it is doubtful that beginning AND FIRST AID work or simply play checkers or Attorney T Frank Landrum. ,confesso will be entered against youGeorge Temple Ave.

swimmers will have the opportunity Classes in these areas will be some other social games, he may Starke file the Floridaand original In the office I -

to attend more than three times planned for rainy afternoons when do so. No student will be requiredto of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

weekly due to the large number outdoor participation is called off. do anything he or she does not or before the 13 day of June,
19S5; otherwise the CONEY ISLAND
allegations of
enrolled. Students taking swim- Boys and girls will be grouped want to do. All activities plannedwill said Complaint will be taken as r HIGH TESTED BEST MEAT

ming are requested to attend the according to age levels. Instruction be"Varied from day to day. confessed by you. SANDWICH SHOP
This THICK WALL
notice shall be
general orientation meeting at will be given at facilities near Students may participate in one !once week for four consecutive publishedonce FOREMOST ICE CREAM IN TOWN ..

1:45 p.m. Monday, June 6, in the the stadium at 3:45: p.m. on rainy area one day and another area the weeks, In the Bradford County Telegraph AND MILK e

USO auditorium for class assign- days. If the gym facilities are next, according to their interests. I Dated this 11 day of May, 1955. CONCRETEBLOCKS Sandwiches Of Ail Kinds

ments. Busses will leave from available, it is possible that tumbl- TRANSPORTATIONStudents I tOFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Open 8 a.m.loco pm FULL LINE
I Clerk of the Circuit Court
the USO Building at 8:40 a.m. ing and calisthenics may be of- living in the Starke By Marian I. Crosby Deputy Clerk ALL DAY SUNDAY GROCERIESEDWARDS

beginning June 7. Swimmingi1 I fered. area will be expected to provide 6/13 4t 6/3 Tenth Street

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC I Ii their own means for getting to And

i Instrumental music will be offered the usa or the BHS facilities. NOTICE TO APPEAl E READYMIXEDCONCRETE TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSchwinn

to all band students from Students enrolled in swimming I. Circuit Court. Bradford Co..ty, Grocery & Market

8:40 to 11:30 a.m. on a staggered .will meet at the USO to leave at Gloria Florida IB Chancery. ogwrlffM.. Bicycles I '
Levine
,
Plaintiff, vs. Murray '
basis. Sectional classes will be 8:40: a.m. Students living in the Levine, Defendant. '-'- -- AND REPAIRING Ph. 281-L S. Walnut St.

arranged according to instrumental -!areas of Lawtey Heilbronn, Brooker Votlce To Appear Case No. 10-1003 always wins our argu- Phone 94 SAWS FILED __

grouping. In general the and Hampton will be transported To: Murray Levine, whose resi- ments when he says "Let's LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED
grouping will follow these lines: by busses on regular schedules dence and address is: 755 Stone Avenue settle this

upper woodwinds (clarinets flutes, according to the participation by York.. Apartment 1, Brooklyn New i the Guidon Grill"over a dinner at BRADFORD Simpson Bike Shop OPEN SUNDAY

oboes), lower woodwinds and saxophones the students in these areas. Rural ', Tou are hereby notified that a ENGINEERING CO. S. Walnut St.

upper brass (coronets, schedules will be announced. suit forDivorce AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWELDING
On
: custody and control of one thing
k trumpets, horns), lower brass STUDENTS NOT ENROLLED minor child they both 7:30 10:30 A.M.
(baritones trombones, basses), IN SWIMMING I has been filed against yon in the agreeWhere 12:308:0UPDI.:
above named Court and cause and to dineOccasionally
c and percussion (drums, tympani While no organized program will you are required to serve a copy of 24 Hour ServiceALL I
bell lyras). Classes will be provided be offered at the USO facilities your answer or pleading to the c5m- n

3CHARLEY for both beginners and advanced in the. mornings, students may plaint. on Frank the Plaintiffs Landrum. AttorneyT. Starke. KINDS AUTO REPAIRS CAST IRON BRASS FULL LINE OF

students by Mr. Gibson indoor outdoor activities -, Florida WRECKER SERVICE CAST STEEL GROCERIESWEST
play games and file the original In the officeof GUIDON GRILLGeorge
E. JOHNS & SON until the new band director assumes read, listen to records and the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor Phone 9118 CUMBER'SWELDING

his duties on July 1. other activities under the general before the 13 day of June, 1955; END 0
otherwise the of
allegations said
about this -
question DAILY ASSEMBLIES direction of Mr. Casey and other Complaint will be taken as confessed Kopelousos, Owner THOMAS TRUCK SHOP
'staff members and volunteers. by you. Phone 218-J GROCERYBiggest"Rush"since
A different program every day
This notice s&ftit T>* published TERMINAL
A woman broke her dentureon featuring group-singing skits, FEES once each week for four consecutive Starke Fla. 1/2 Mile South on SOI Cor. 10th & Thompson
weeks In the Bradford Tele-
stunts, adult speakers who are To assist with the cost of trips, raph. County .

a piece of crockery in a experts in their fields, and various I expendable materials tools, refreshments -

she demonstrations, will be offered at film rentals and similar Rlll;
hamburger was eating. 1 I'
the USO Auditorium at 1:45 to I expenses, a fee of lOc will be

She made quite a fuss and 2:15 daily under the general direc-; charged each student for partici-

tion of Mr. Casey. Student pres- pation in any phase of the. pro-

I think, sued the cafe. Cana entations will be encouraged and gram on each day he may partici- .

directed. A certain number of jobs
pate.
proprietor get some kind the Klondike !
INDOOR ACTIVITIES will be available to those children

of liability insurance to basic whose parents cannot afford the
protect Present plans call for three oo
music education lOc fee. These will include helping
areas of activity:
himself in case a cus- with rhythm bands, novelty In- issue equipment, clean-up details,

..1 and similar tasks.

tomer is injured by his pro- INSURANCE 'wd6FJ: .. ..... a.-.ay.1p
't'j'
IX MEMORIAM Students who are not coveredat
Iud?
.... present by a school insurance

In memory of our dear, loving policy may secure one of the new

husband and father and brother, policies which will be effective

Charley Johns David O. Woodard, who passed j!June 6, 1955 for the period up to
September 6, 1956 at a rate of
away May 24, 1954. Wife Mrs. I .
$2.10 for the 15 months. This

Jimmie Woodard; daughter Evie policy pays up to $2,500 for acci
I
& Son
AgencyPhone Johnson; son, David Earl Wood- ,dent-medical expenses, $15,000 for

ard; brother, Sam B. Woodard and accidental death benefit, and up

13 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. family.There's to $1,500 for dismemberment bene-

fit. The coverage is extended to

. . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. . j i include going to and from school
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& &&&&&&& activities the and
during summer Wis.
!I y ,
during the regular school year. It a 4 Y5' 2 xk'.4c' xwq.yyw 6YC. ; s
3 E EI
Always Something I also includes all educational trips > VN

|and protection while attending

3 cooKir' c Sunday School and church services.

I I The plan has been used by Bradford -

3 County. Schools during the

I 1954-55 term and will be continued

ATMARY t for the 1955-56 term. AU school
& BILL'S CAFEBUS .
supervision will be covered. Swim-

sueprvision will be covered. Swimming .
( DEPOT FORMERLY JUNE'S GRILL)
and other sports are included.

GIVE US A TRIAL Students participating in the sum-

Businessman's 50c and 65c Plate Lunch mer program should be coveredby s

Steaks Chops Sandwiches Chili some form of insurance Gibson -

Malts Shakes Sodas Sundaes stated.
GENERAL
COFFEE THAT'S GOOD 5c for New Dodge Custom Royal Lancer in dramatic three-tone styling.
Students may still register

Meal Tickets $4.50 for $4.00The the summer program and may

start any time they w lh. All So head for Dodge Dealer and take pick
your your
Bread We
Only Serve In Our BurgersIs students are urged to attend the /

The Bun general orientation and informa- .
; -sr.
Alary and Bill Mason welcome you.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. tion meeting scheduled for Mon- The moment the new Dodge hit more than you'd pay for one of the ,, 'i
day June 6, at 1:45 p.m. in the
"
I, usa auditorium. Parents are in- dealers' showrooms, the "rush" was "low price three. In its class, it .

on. New car buyers had struck gold actually costs less than cars up to 9 THE NEW .

-- and they knew it! Actual sales inches shorter. And its flairfashionedstyling { .

figures throughout the country show is stealing the "OhV from I
VISIT CALL WRITE
*
.that sales have doubled over last year cars costing a thousand dollars more.

as America goes for "The Big One!I" The rush is on with 17 magnificent I

MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC. And why not? In the new Dodge new Dodge models to chooseyou'll !

find "solid gold" luxury and from. So head for your Dodge dealer's ___ J I

value-for only a few dollars a month and take your pick Flair-Fashioned. .and Flashing Ahead I

P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE -
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rAGE EIGHTWSn BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1955


yyYyyyyTyYyyyyy Order Of Pmfclieatlom And Ketlee To graph. Description 8. T. H.. A.u. Owner Taxes
Description 9. T. R Acre Owner Taxes
Appears State of Florida Tat Dated this 10 day of May. 1955. .
Fn NT R ST"T COLORED Evie M. O'Malley. whose residenceand (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby S4 of Lot 1 EXItT All EU of XWU of 4Edward
address is: Wolf Trap Road. Clerk of the Circuit Court EX 1 Lot XEU N Of RD U'
2210
Ricks 25.23
Route 3, -Box 535. Vienna. Va. ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk on N side W of Lotsl& 2ofBlk

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY You are required to appear on 5/13 41 6/3 RY 50 ft. by 100 2 in Bradford
June 13. 1955. in the above named tt. CH 11 'I ZO n Howard W. Walt 4.59 Heights SID E. W. HayesAcme 17.74
'Ozora Johnson Editor Court and cause wherein plaintiff NOTICE TO APPEAR W4 of NE'4 11 Ii 21 80 1. C. Clemons 20.23:! Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 &
67 !I IB Circuit All
Court Bradford
seeks divorce. CoiatyFloridat SW4 'of SW14 S 125 ft of Lot 7,

. . . . . . . Bradford County Telegraph! chall IB Chancery. W of Rd.. &: N 8 of Blk : &
&AAAAALALAALAAAAALAAAAAp,&AAAAAAAAAAAAA&A "'AAAAAAA publish this Order in next four Frank S. Terpien Plaintiff. VS. Helen !- i 536 ft. of SW; Elk 3 in Bradford -
weekly Issues. J. Terpien. Defendant of SW% E of R& 1 I It 25 1. Willard Hts. S/D S HomeBuilders
R. J. E. Graduation May 26 report attendance and the sub Witness my hand and official seal Case Xo. 10-983: i -" S, Alvarez 41.80 Inc. S1.4S
will receive di- jects or things you want to learn.A at Starke. Florida, this May 10, 1955. I .tlee To Ann nr. : 4:0 ft. Sq: In NE W% of SEU of -
Sixteen Helen
To Cor.
persons (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : J. Terpien whose residence of NE of SEU of NEU EXWGSft.&EX
plomas from the high school department class cannot be organized with- I As Clerk of Said Court and address is: 111 E. Oak- SE4! 20 'I ,11. t Rosalie Ruder US S

of RJE while a larger out 15 or more persons. 'Please : By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,Jersey.land Avenue. Pleasantville, New I Com.sW%at NE,01NW Con of 5 E SO ft. 28 I ZI I Edna B. Mills 14.22
% : -
Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life I -10 Lots 2. 3, 4 of Blk
this in mind and You are hereby notified that a runW4t5ft.s
certificates
number will be awarded keep encourage Bldg.. Jacksonville Fla. eDit forDivorce I 1.5 It. for FOB C in Blinding S.. S ,

from the junior high school your friends to come out and sign Attys. for PIt. 6/13 4t 6/3 custody and support of Cout S U6.Z ft. S/D S : Doris Begua 1J.72

division of the school The class up for adult education. The loca- NOTICE-T(, APPEAR minor child W 817.3 ft. N UU From point of Int.

Elmer Shell and tion of centers will be largely de la Clre lt Out. Jlndand C.mrty, has been filed against you In the ft.POB E 811.S ft. to of S line See 23
are above named Court
sponsors and cause and !9 'I Z1 10 Waldo H. Jones IUS with W line of
la
PlrU CUaeeryJames
t -
Inez Duller respectively. The exercises -.termined by you: for example if Walter Pryan. Plaintiff vs. you are required to serve a copy of All SW'4 E of ST RD 200 runNLY
River
your answer pleading & all Wan
or to the complaint -
along RD
will be held in the new 25 persons come from Lawtey Lydia Edna Bryan.Case Defendant.No. 10.1018 on the Plaintiffs Attorney of NW% E of 366.97 ft to FOB

cafetorium: Thursday night at 8 ,there will be a need for a classin KUtlr* T. Appears Gerald R. Hart 202 Smith Build- W14 River E 11 t U 100 W. H. Edwards Jr n.5:!! WLY 254 ft., NLY
ing. Jacksonville. Floridaand ofRiver 30 4 U 60 WlL Edwards Jr. 19.U 295 ft, ELY
"Bunky"Matthews the is true of To: Lydia Edna Bryan whose ,
o'clock. Coach Rudolph Lawtey; same residence and address is: Box 16, tile the original In tbe office of SW% of Lot U In 6463 ft. ELY

will be the guest speaker. Lincoln City, Hampton Wateroak Brigantine New Jersey. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Woodlawn 11 I U I Carlton G.Et along a RD of a
before the 13 day of June. 1955: Williams 3.60 curve 94.10 ft. to
notified that a -
You hereby
You will miss a treat if you or RJE. Persons interested in suit far are otherwise the allegations' of said of NW14 of ST RD. SLY along

fail to hear him. All patrons desiring Shorthand and Typing will not be I Divorce Complaint will be taken as confessed SE'4 ZI I U 10 Elizabeth Prince RD 248.03 ft.. to

are asked to come able to start until sometime after uas been flied against you in the by you. Bartell 6.56 FOB 28 I 22 "_, HrE:; Tucker 127.31
a seat above named Court and cause and This notice shall be publishedonce Lots 1. 3 of Blk S
addresswill I 15 at which each week for four S'f! of Eolk 25 In 5 16EXW2Sft. & '
early. Th valedictory August time we expect you are required to serve a copy of consecutive <
: week in the Bradford County Lawtey W ot RY George F. Young 1.10 EXN 35 ft. of -
the
to
be delivered by Leozie Perry, a qualified teacher in that your answer or pleading Telegraph. ComatA PT2O Lot 1 in Orig.
complaint on the PlaintltTi ,. .
while Jewell Scott will deliver the :field.. Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 106 Dated this 6 day of May. 1955. ft. N of the Cor Town of Starke S Carl. hUtch 83.19
of ST ST & Lot E t '
I Bnd. by
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '.. -
Jacksonville '
and Smith Building, ,
the first Lake -\ve. .
salutatory. These are TRANSFORMATION Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court on Studstill. :N by

second honor students of the senior I Rev. Benjamin Williams, pastorof and file the original In the office of By Marian L. Crosby, .Deputy Clerk W&runN2oft.: Side of ST, ST W .'4 57Oft..N2oft.w .', M.Alvarez Edwards.W by S W.by -

high graduating class. Other the New St. James A.M.E. the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor 5/13 4t 6/3 5 Jefferson St. be'S S
I before the 30 ft. S 60 ft. E -
ing 95 ft. S. E
graduates are: George Timothy ,Church, Jacksonville, and former 20 day of June, 1955: NOTICE TO APPEAR 30 ft.N2OftE '- 6 N & '73 ft.

Allen. Rudolph, Valentino Coleman teacherpreacher of Starke, thrill otherwise the allegations of salt IB Circuit Court Bradford County. 10 ft. to POD In .-5 __ onV' 23 I 23 Elra L. Stewart 7.11
Comolaint will ><. taken as confessed Florida In Chancery. Town of Lawtey 5. in
Ha- Lot 5 of Blk 1
Leo DeSue- Annie Ruth ed a capacity audience at Allen i. by you. Gregorio Bias. Plaintiff, vs. Patricia W of RY S AUonzo Griffis 59.01 A. L. Alvarez Add Shirley II. .

Phillip Hunter, Helen Louise Chapel A.M.E. Church last Sunday This notice shall b. publishedonce Vinje Bias, Defendant. Lot 9 In Town of S PolletElizabeth 7.69
gall each week for four consecutive Case No. 10-986 Lawley E of RY Lot2ofBlklofI
Sadie Crawford 3.10
Jackson Benny Thelton Morris, as _he delivered the Baccalaureatesermon weeks in the Brdford County Tele-I Notice" To AppearTo Lot Z SID of Lot i L T & COS S/D ',

Sylvia, Louise Per- on "Transformation." In graph. : Patricia Vinje Bias, whose /13 In Town of I S
McCoy
Davis Myers, Agt. 9.69
Dated this 19 day of May, 1955. residence and address is: 1814 Temple Lawtey E of RY Samuel Redick 3.60 Lot 3 of Blk 2 in '
ry, Maxie Rogers, John Scott his conclusion he stated, "To makea (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj Street. Los Angeles, California. Lots 3, 4. 5. 6 of I L T & COS S/D Louvenla Robinson 5.17

Solomon and Melenese success in this world many persons Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a Elk 13 In Lawtey X 30 ft. of Lot 4 '
Evelyn t By Marian L. C-osby. Dconty Clerk suit forDivorce E of RY 5 Jessie Armstrong 9.48 of Elk 18 in S
Barber. The diplomas and certif. have sold their souls for 5/0 4t 6/10 custody and control of Lot 7 of Blk 13 S. S L T & COS SID Dewey Brooks LIT

cates will be awarded by Super- money, but you must find something Clr'uU-c;;;;. Judicial minor childrenhas Lawtey E of S .. S Lot2&E2ft.of S
I Iu. la The Eighth been filed against you in the RY Wilbur Jenkins' 3.60 Lot 3 of Plk 36
intendent of Public Instruction I more than money to sustain Circuit. la '.d For Bradford above named Court and causa and Lot I SID of Blk inL.T. & C03 ..' .

P. Morgan. Principal Eddie you.:' County, Mate of Florida, you are required to serve a copy, of 16 In Town of S S/D S .' lola LfUIa 22.21
la Chancery.Izetta your answer or pleading to the Lawtey E of RY Luelle Kitties 3.60 Lots 5. 6 & 7 of ,
Thompkins will introduce thespeaker. Wateroak Graduates Three Arlene Turlington. Plaintiff complaint on the Plaintiffs Corn at SE Cor of .;- 5 BIk3InLT& S

vs. Rufus A. Turlington.. Defendant., Attorney Gerald R Hart 202 Lot 18&runW COS Add 555 E. tV. Hayes 17.74
I At 11:30: a. m. Sunday'Rev. A. Bill 'I'. Revoke A Final Decree ofUltorcr Smith Building Jacksonville, 160 ft. for a POE' Blk 4 in TemplesAdd

Summer School Opens June 6 R. Randolph deliverd a very fine Florida run N 1J7 ft.. W '5'"" A> A,Anils ILls
To: M. Sgt. Rufus A. Turlington, and file the original In the officeof 80 ft.. S 137 ft., E S
Enjoy a week's vacation with sermon to the students and pa- whose residence and address Is HQ. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on SO ft. to POB In :- NofLot4&ali -5

children and send them backto trons at Pleasant Grove Methodist Company 20th Engr. Brigade A. P. or before the Town of Lawtey S .. S 5- Lot5 &S'of ,
your O. %11. care Postmaster. New York. 13 day of June, 1955; E of RY S S S Jannle Jackson 6.10 Lot 6 EX E 25 ft. .
take a part in the summer pro- Church. Music was furnished by New York. otherwise the 'allegations of said of Blk 19 in Temples S

We will be teaching them I,Principal Maybelle E. Roberts.I You are hereby notified revoke that Final aB'ill Complaint will be taken as con Com at SW Cor of ,c.. S Add '! _' '. B.. ,R; McRae- 13.69
gram. of Complaint to a fessed by BiklS&runN Com at SE Cor Of -
how to do and make many use- Rachel Donald served as mistressof I Decree of Divorce has been filed This notice y.ou. shall be publishedonce 274 ft. for a. POB. ........ :X1U of SE% of ,' : 5
the Jelson against you.' and you are requiredto run \V0; ft., N NE&runN18 S
that ceremonies while L C. each week for four consecutive
We hope ,
ful articles. I serve a copy of your answer or weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 103 ft., E 80 ft.. S 5- ',<'_ ft., W 107 ft. for -
two months spent by our chil- participated as soloist in the pleading to the Bill of Complainton graph. 102 ft. to FOB In S S Sin a FOB run N 115 S

will provide the Remarkswere the Plaintiffs attorney. R. E. Dated this 7 day of 1955. Town of Law- 5 ft.V 100 ft., S -
dren during the summer spiritual by group. Cowart, whose address is Madison May, tey E of RY 5- -5 5- Eliza McClenton" 8.06 115 ft. E 100 ft.

enrichment similar to the given by Supervisor Johnson Florida, and file the original answer (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court Com at SW Cor of -S. '. -5- ,- to POB 29 II'U S. "W. Haisten 23.29
or Pleading in the office of LotiS &runN S'i of Lots 15 & _
dessert after a very fine meal and the collection was taken by. the Clerk of the Circuit Court in By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 137 ft. for a FOB ',,'\',- : 16 in Everleys ,

The summer school staff for our PTA President DeSue. land for Bradford County, Florida, 5/13 4t 6/3 run E 80 ft., N S Add EX E 20 ,
I, on or before the 27th day of June 107 ft.V 80 ft.. S ft.WU. 29 6 22 Glen BerIng 8.19
division will include Principals Last May Day ProgramOn AD.. 1955. If you fail to do so, NOTICE TO APPEAR S 107 ft. to POD 5-. 5 Sin of Lot 1 of ,

and Anderson and Thursday, May 26, Water- Decree Pro Confesso will be enter- In Circuit Court. Bradford County Town of Law- 5 S. Elk 5 in Lincoln -
Thompkins ed against for the relief demanded ,
you Florldat In Chancery. tey E of UT Charlie Scott 6.10 City Edna J. SmithEdna 17.74
Supervisor Johnson with Dr. F. oak elementary school held an in the Bill of Complaint.The Eleanor Santmyer. Plaintiff vs. Lot 27 In Town of S : Lot 4ofBlk lila -

Jennings part-time assistant.On open house and field day. Conces-jls hereby Bradford designated County as the Telegraph news- Thomas Santmyer, Defendant.Case No. 10-979 I Sl65fLoflot32 Lawtey E of RY J. W Barber ., 1.93 ComatintofE Lincoln City S S : :J.., Smith 3.11

6 at 9 a. m. sold members of the in which said order shall be .
Monday June sions were by paper Notice To AppearTo In Town of Law- I line of XEU of "

the introductory program will be PTA in an effort to raise the[published weeks.once a week for four consecutive : Thomas Santmyer whose res- tey E of RY' Allen Scott 4.78 NWU & S R/W S ,

idence Is Poland New York, and ad. lAWoffldoflS of ST RD X
held. Inspirational talk will be summer payments on the kitchen Witness my hand and official dre4s is: Box 114. Poland, :New side of Lot 35 in S %30, run \\' 235 5 _
seal this
of
17 day May A.D. 1955.
by Rev. E. L. Walker, pastor range of the school Principal York. Lawtey E of RY J. J.- Smith 3.60 ft. for POB ContW > "
given (OFFICIAL Seal) Charles A. Darby You are hereby notified that a.. Lot 42 In Town of 105 ft. S 240 Sto'POR ', I- .,.

--- nf-- Mt.- -, Pis2ah- A.M.E. Church;.Roberts has planned to charter a Clerk Circuit Court suit forDivorce Lawtey E of RY Will Lee 8.98 ft E 105 ft, X ,.....:_---L': ,:, .
theme for chil- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk '.WIA of Lot 4J in t 35 6 22 6.1"z, Paul!A. ("lrollo1 "CeN
Lincoln City. Since the Greyhound Bus and take the 5/20 4t I custody and control of ----- .....
6/10
_____ minor child Town of Lawtey S I J.4. of :SEth EX 4"l":; :;
the entire week will be Patriotism, dren to Dania to see and Indian NOTICE TO APPEAR has been filed against you in the E of RY' S Harry Kitties 3.1 1 34.E of S S ;.0: ,

we are asking Rev, Walker to cen- Reservation as a culminating activity la Circuit Court, Bradford County, above named Court and cause and E 49ft.oftheN I RD&WoZHD ,
120 ft of Lot 5 RD 4 T 22 75 Mrs. X A. Wil-
I
ter his talk onLoyalty". We for the unit they.have been Florida IB Ckieery.Robert you are required pleading to serve to a the copy of in Otts SID of 5- I liamson 5S.I7
B. Causey. Plaintiff, vs. your answer or complaInt -
to ourselves first "The American In- Roberta on the PlaIntiff's AttorneyT. Lawtey S Mattie Emanuel 4.10 XEU of NEU ofNW14
on Defendant.
must be. loyal studying Hodges Causey. S 205
ft. of Lot I 4 1 U 10 Ida Butler S.17
.
of all Loyal to God, our fel- dians." If you are. interested in Notice To Appears Case No. 10-993 rida Frank Landrum, Starke. Flo- 6 in Otts S/D of I Com 210 ft. E of

lowmen and certainly our country.Dr. making this trip contact Principal To: Roberta Hodges Causey. whose and tile the original In the office of E Lawtey 440 ft. of SEU Of Sam Brown 13.391I I I. :of NW NEU Cor &of run XWU S

Jennings will give a interpre- Roberts at once The fare is residence tee and address is: 509 Chaf- the before Clerk of the Circuit Court on I \\'% ot NWi4 25 II n 'I Manuel MeXeal 16.801 I II 210 ft. E 420 ft.. -
AvenueAugusta.. Georgia. or the 6 day of June.
I 1 nominal and the bus will leave the i You notified \3/4 of XEU 25 5 U 10 Lee Kue Theung 41.62 X 210 ft. W 410'J
that
tation of the summer program.All iI I are hereby a 1955: otherwise the allegations of SU.. of NEU Of I ft. to rOB II 'I 2! 2 Susie Miller 9.19

parents interested in knowing school at 7 a. 'm., Saturday :May has suit been for filed divorce against you In the confessed said Complaint will be taken ai SEU of SWU 35 6 2! 5 Willie\ Cain 3.101
by you. Com Cor
Su. Of SEU'of at SE of c "
what children will be doing 28. above named Court and cause and This notice shall be publishedonce I II .
your) I SW% 25 Ii ZZ 20 George Strong 16.80 I NWU of SWU &: :. -
this summer are asked to come to still you are required to serve a copy of each week for four consecutive W* of :NEU of 5- I run W 510.5 ft. SSfor S
Since we are telling you
your answer or pleading to the weeks In the Bradford County SEU of NEU & POB. NWLY
I
this orientation program. Special about Wateroak school we would complaint on the Plalntltf'Attorney Telegraph. I E% of NWU Of S SI I 1038.7 ft.'LY -

music will be plannedby Willie T. David Burns 308 Guaranty Life Dated this 4 day of May, 1955 SEU of NE 26 Ii ZZ 10 John Bullard 6.06I 621.5 ft., S to _
patriotic the
to graduates:
like name BuildingJacksonville, Florida .. (OFFICIAL MAL) Charles A. Darby I SW Cor of NWU : .
supervisor Johnson. Volunteersare Alfred Kelly, Albert Tyson Jr. and and file the original in the office Clerk of the Circuit Court I W 2A of NW of of SW%. E to ':- ..' .J-' S
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
still needed lor- the program. Helen Tyson. Rev. A. R. Randolph, or before the on By Maalan L. Crosbv Deputy Clerk I SEU of NEU 26 5 22 2 Robert Austin 3.10 POP 5 T 22 15 H., 55-A. Prescott". Jr. 12.63
5/6 4t 5/27 XWU Of SWK of LotsA.B.1&2 --5-,
Adult Class in these students en- 13 day of June. 1955: XEV4 S lying E of RD -.
addressing otherwise the allegations of said I 26 5 22 10 A. Paul 14.85 .
'
On Thursday, May 19,' a large couraged 'them to go on and on Complaint will be taken as confessed IB Circuit" Court. Bradford County I XEU of XWU ofSE14' '6 5SWU 22 10 Mitchell McLendon 5.06 in Truby Davis S/D Bros.& &S .._ :: '#

of adults assembled at RJE and compared their advanced opportunity by you. Florida In Chancery. W% of SI?'( of 539.7 ft. of XEU ..) ,
group .
This notice shall be published Lessie May Williams, Plaintiff, vs. I and E% of of SE% E of RD S 'I. 22 JO H. A. Prescott Jr. 15.22
hour" and that
for a "get acquainted in education over each week for four consecutiveweek Walter L Williams Defendant. I SW% of SWU EX SI The N 120 ft. of ; '

"movie f rum." A large numberof of 45 years ago when he was a In the BRADFORD COUNTY Case No. 10-978 1A in NW Cor ofEU that Port of E% '-'"
TELEGRAPH.Dated Order Of PubilcationAnd Notice To I of gwl.ot of NE% of SEU -

original "back to school pep boy this 10 day of May. 1955. Appear State Of Florida Tot SWofCijjrch 23 6 ZZ' Z9 H. A. Prescott Jr. 1.93 thatlies-WofRD ... ,'
songs" were sung by the group. CHURCH NEWS (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Walter 1.. Williams whose resIdence NW% of SW% of 100 8 7 22 1 Maynard D. Lewis %%.1'
Clerk of the Circuit Court. and address is Unknown.You .
: NE 3t 5 II n 10 O. C. DeGroff 5.06 Com at NW Cor of .
The next meeting will be held on I Financial Chairman Sophia By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk are required to appear on NE'4 of SW% of E'4ofSWof -
5/13 4t 6/3 Jane 6, 1955 in the above named &
at NWEX1AInNE NEU run E
Tuesday May 31, at 8 p. m. of the Mt. Sinia Missionary J
Royal
I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Cor 35 6. 22 I Andrew Anderson 15.35 460 ft.. S 308 ft..
which time other films will be I Woman's Convention reports NOTICE TO APPEAR seeks divorce. 1A In NE Cor of W. 431 ft., X S
Your ra'ised at ta Circuit Court. Bradford County Bradloraounty 'lelegraph shall ,I XEU of SWU Of 235 ft. to POB 7 7 22 S Azalea Motel 133.99
-How
shown to: Improve .
: cents
that $460.80
was lrldai In Chancery. publish this Order in. next four I I NWU 3ii II ZZ 1 Alice Davis 3.60 Com at NE Cor of ". ,
Personality" and "How To Improve their recent meeting held at Cal- Dorothy Louise DeSwarte Balarezo weekly Issues. SWU of NE% 10 6 U 40 Kays & Mills 11,21 SE% of NEU of S

Your Pronunciation." Those Church Rev. Crum Plaintiff vs. Carlos Ishmael Balarezo Witness my hand and official seal WU of NWU Of SEU run W 620 ,
vary Baptist Defendant at Starke Florida this May 4. 1955. SEth 11 II ZZ 10 J. M. Lancaster 4.31 ft. to N R/W -S
persons who are interested in public pastor. All officers were reelectedfor Case Xo. 10.994 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs W U of NE% of of CO GR RD .

and should Votlce To Appear.To Clerk of said Court NWU! of SW U 6 22 6 E. K. Perryman 18.45 for POB. Cont W .
English Starke
speaking Hats off to
next year. : Carlos Ishmael Palarezo, I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk SWU of SWU of 700 ft. S 406 ft..
not miss this meeting. New adultsare for having the leading officers. whose residence and address Is: Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Build- :NEU EX about to N R/W of CORD
is who Tnidad Yecinal Mirones 8-E Lima, ing. Jacksonville, Florida. 1A to Blackburn NELY along -
invited that persons Fifth Sunday is always Missionary Peru. Attys. for Plf. 5/6 4t 5/27 I I as DESC in Bk S RD to POB 10 7 22 3.2 Elizabeth C.

have not already signed a slip. Day so go to the church of You are hereby notified that a _____ 63 PG 4S7 16 6 ZZ 9 Donald Conner 6,61 Fowler 9.67
suit forDivorce SEtS of of -
NOTICE OF I\TR\TIOV TO NWU
Official registration will take your choice and contribute to and restoration of maid IIF.GIMEK! FICTITIOUS NAME X 4A of WU of SWU 10 7 2''! 10 O. W. & Amy

place as soon as you have shown home, and foreign Missions. 1 en name Notice is hereby given that the NW of SE 16 6 ZZ t Wilbur Hunter 5.11 S Mosely 13.72
'has been filed against in the Com 210 ft W of
you undersigned. under the provisions of 'A In SW 'or of
by your attendance at these orientation I 1' New Hope Baptist Church, Rev above named Court and cause and Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida Acts SEU of NW of SE Cor of Sec -

class meetings that ;you l.a.V.. Moseley pastor, will be host you are required to serve a copy of of 1941 will register with the Clerkof SE-U being 105 19 & run W 249ft "- ':, ,.-"
,
your answer or pleading to the complaint the Circuit Court in and for ft. N & S by 210 .. N 210 ft., E ",;:;; -p
are interested and will constantly I to a Union :Meeting all. day Sun- on the Plalntlff AttorneyT. Bradford County. State of Florida ft. E & W 16 II ZZ .5 Sam W. Graham 4.66S 240 ft.. S 210 ft .' : "-- S

attend. Mr. .Morgan is very anxious day, :May 29. Dinner will be David Burns, 308 Guaranty Life upon receipt of proof of publica- % of SEU Of SW',, S to POB 19 7 'ZZ.- 1. I... R.,'& Clara
classes started I Building. Jacksonville, Florida tion of this notice the fictitious of NWU 17 S 22 II Annie GoodwIn lU2 KalJ f 27.11
to get these served on the church grounds at and file the original In the office of name of R. B. Alvarez Transfer & !AinNECnrot S -S ; t/ '

I but does not want to go to a lot 1:30 p.m. The general public is the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Storage under which I am engagedIn EI of NE of Com at SW Cor of S 5 ','... ;' S.
or before the 13 day of June. business In the Perryman Build SEU 21<0 ft. E & NEofNE& ;7'1;
of trouble procure this sen'ire cordially invited.-Evelyn Solomon, 1955: otherwise the allegations of ing. S. Court St., Starke, Fla. W by 410 X & S 18 6 22 Z William\ Tyson, Jr. 4.104AasDESCinDD run N 450 ft. for S .

from the State Departmentin icporter.la said Complaint will be taken as confessed R. B. Alvarez, sole owner Box POB then E 210 5- 5- .
by you. 775. Starke. Fla. BK 60 PG 339 18 6 n % James Cruger 3.10 ft, :N 210 ft. W 5
Tallahassee and have it live no\ This notice shall be published Dated this 6th day of May AD., WU of NWU of 210 ft. S to POB 29 7 U.. ". ,, John. .Jones 4.32
longer than "Pat stayed in the firm Court, Bradford County once each week for tour consecutive 1955 at Starke, Bradford County. SE% EX R/W 1S 6 ZZ 10 Yasco Hankerson 5.06 1 Lot 524 ft Sq..
FlorIda In 1'hancrrrJohn weeks in the Bradford County Tele Florida. 5/6 4t 5/27 E% of NEU of inSECorofBlk ._ .
Army" Please come to each meet- J. O'Malley. Plaintiff, vs. E.le301. SEU EX 2A in NE .. .. __ 9 Wriehts" Add 20-- 7. 5- -91- S- n..I.___..... tt"l1nft.. ....-'_"_. &n.._..... -
O'Malley, Defendant. n n .l.ots 1 & 2 of Blk
15 8 zz is trnest; Del Ii.:!;;
Johnsoncan\
ing so tha Supervisor Case No. 10-996 Lot 9 of tlk 2 In 6 in Hampton .
NOTICENotice Sunny Acres SID Albert Tyson 3.16 Park Mrs. Sarah

::' -._ '-- : :', '. '- -., ::-:'_.. :;.- ,'- -: -' Is hereby given that the'following described lands will be .S% of Foil DESC S Brugger. 2.93
sold at public auction on the list day of May. 1955 at Starke, the Property S 153% WU of :NE', of .
County of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for Taxes ft. of SEU of Blk NEU! S of Paver S 8 22 1' Janie, Hicks 1.54
herein set opposite to the same, together with all costs of such sale 6SofR 4W & S 5- ]I EH of NEU.! of "
and ad'ertl.lng.Uf''rlpUoD all Fracs S of Blk S ": NWU 8 8 22t 20 O. B. & Janie
6 S of R 4 W S Hicks 2.43
S. T. R. Acres OnDer T.xn'W being 2A In SW' S :\ 100 ft. of S 523 ::5

Cor of XEU of S ft. of that pnrt. .. ., .
% of E% 3 7 19 160 11. D. Harrell Jr 8.41 SWU Temp SD 21 ( 22- 1 : Leroy':Patterson 16.72 of NEU Of XWU ", '. ""
WIi! of :Ni. of ," ', 1X W of RD 12 8.: 22. 15-- Elizabeth J. Lana-
XEI 10 7 19 20 11. D. <- gan & Mary
Harrell Jr. 7.67 % or Foil DESC S .. ... ,:, S
Lots 'u 14 of BlkI S 153% 5 S 5' ; ". ',.' ; Schwartz 5.19
Property -
I 29 In Town otI ft. of SEU of S :"'. ." =f c Lot 5 of Lake Bed- ;,5 .
I :Sew River 3-1 6 20 r.. C. Paldree %.43 BlkSSotR4W&FRASCS0f : : ,. -..- ford Shores I ; Raymond G.Werinett .
;
/ ,
Lot 4 of Blk 32 .r- "5 ..... 1.n
In Town of New ,. Bik6SofR4W S 5 5 .... --: .;,'.s.:1" Lot 13 of Lake Fed- !:; '
River 3-4 II 20 Jessie Sewell 5.56 being 2A in SW )- j : ', ford Shores : Andrew H.
SE'4 of SW1 27 6. 20 40 R. H. Green. Jr. 10.43 Cor of NEU 'of = 5---.' ,Cruz, Jr. 7,53
XE\t of XEJ" 33 6 20 41> R. H. Green Jr. .81 SWU in TEMP Lot 7 of Blk E .
ItL ot SW' of SWII S/D 21I- 22 1 P.. D. Reddish. 11.%% Mt Pleasant SID 'Walter it
Gum Cross Ties I & SEt. of SW 33 6 20 60 P. H. Green, Jr. 27.23lswt Lot 7 of Blk 13 '. Clark Jr. 5.51
Saw of SE1. 33 6 20 40 E. W. Hodges 1.73 in N Reno S/D -" Marie Dukes 5.17 Tract Pleasant 1 B Mt. 01'" ', "
jSE% ot NWL4I Lot 8 of Elk 19 -, .
Tract 16 Carl ; ;,. ..
I 3/4 of SW ot in N Reno SID Tearether Williams 3.56 "" S ... -
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Lot 8 of Blk 21uor
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Lot 3 EX 15.7 A : Aaron Holler 3.16 Lots to Robert J. : S
Ernest Edwards Gahagan S/D I Dodd 13 I' 22 11 Fred S. Dodd
I to Lot 11 of Blk 3 in .: 65.73

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DELIVERED TO I Lot S & S% ofI .5 Samson White 3.16 I Govt Lot 3 in T '
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I Lot 6 'I 'I 20 158 W. B. Bigham, Jr 18.7 S.3 I Lakeside SID E. B. Mllligaa 32.97r
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W 330 ft of E 730
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jNofSWofSW'4I I 71 PG 215 U' 22 Frank Ward 5.16ILotasDESCin of XWU Z5 I ZZ S Mae B. Speed, Art. US
EX E 3 A 8 7 20 11 William E.Birham. t Stt of SEU! Of
I Jr. 1.73 SWU %5 I ZZ 20 B. 1. Alderman US
7x9x8' 6" .' $2.15 Lots 1. %. 10. 11 S S' Tracts 15 & 16 of
L ofBlkliaWard DDPKSPG _. Pumpkin Patch as .
City 8 'Z 29 G. H. Parker 5.19 309 Z! I 22 Horace.Calt>ert 5.67 DESC Deed P/K ; -:. :'f:' '!:
Lots 6 or E'lk 1 In Beg at SW Cor of .; ;: < S ftPG93 SLots I i: u tr }* ..' E. 1.' Procter '.n
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Lots 5. 6, 7. 8 'ofBlk run along U Sec 12 in' 'Indian
I 13 in Ward line 560 ft for Beach John N, Blow nus
I City 8 1 ZO H. C. Douglas 6 83 POB.N200 ft.. ".: S Lot 2 In Indian -. S
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1.70 Lots 3. 4 of Blk 18I E 50ft. S 200 ft S S Beach Unit 2 Robert 1. Gavin 4O.U
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Lot!' 5. 6. 7. 8 of along !U Sec line Indian Beach Unit
I Elk 20 In Ward 50 ft. to POB 22 ( Z! George Griffin t.67 3One S 141 John N. Blow 5I.n
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Isi of SW.,. ofW E 259 ft. for 'It. in Indian Peach .. S ,
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Southern \Wood Preserving CO. ft. E 50 ft. to S S Lot 4 of Indian : f
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'J:,. ..,.: .\0< St. Edward's Church Church of God I YTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYT? i iI
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Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng I GRAHAM C iI I I
Holy day masses, 6:30: a, m. and Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- I
8:30: a. in.Children's. ning Service 7:45 pjn., Y.P.E.! !
Catechism Class each Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and Mrs. John McKinney I j jI
f Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45: p.m. 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAai1Mrs. I jI I I
Keystone Heights Lawtey i I
.
Bessie Wavlin. left Tuesday jI
(At St. William's Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng *
Chapel) I
for Riverside in Jack-
Methodist Church Hospital
At The TabernacleRegular
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St. Worship, 11 a.m. YPE Serving I
sonville to undergo an operation.
William's Sign. Saturday 7:30 p.m. ,
Sunday Church School 9:45a. : scheduled hours of wor- Sunday Mass 8 a.rn.. I John McKinney, Emily and J. D., 7;
m. :Morning Worship 11 a. m. ship will be observed at the Taber- went to Wauchula last Friday 1 1i .. :. I
Holy day masses 7:30 a.-m. Christian Church I
topicTat Pentecost Can Mean nacle Sunday with a guest speaker Confessions before all Masses. i night and returned home Sunday! It t 4 _
for You." Service broadcast over at the morning hour. The Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor ,afternoon. I
Radio Station WDVH. No MYF Sponsor will bring the evening I Mrs. I'
P. O.
BROCKET. Sunday, 9:45, Bible school classes Starling returned to I It
Service or supper. The Evening message. Special music will be i work at the Farm Colony last .
BAPTIST CHURCH for all ages. C. W. Colsoa, 3upt. I
service will be cancelled that
so heard !
at both services.
Friday after 10-day vacation.
a
can in the Bacca- Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening ,
participate
we ,
laureate Service First Baptist Mrs. Florence Hipple, who has Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- I. Mrs. Carl Jones has been in the <'
Church. been with friends on a trip to Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer deaver 6 p. m. Gainesville hospital for a week,
Texas, and Mrs. :Mae Wood, who Meeting, Wednesday 8 m.Rev.C. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting but is a little better now.
Monday Cub Pack p.
7:30 mTuesday- Meeting has been visiting her daughter fn B. Stallings, pastor. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Flake Watson of ...,
p. "- WSCS Prayer Jacksonville, will be present to Church located on W. Call and I.Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.I < .
Group, 9:30 a.m. Wesleyan Service I take part in music and message. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Christian streets. A. friendly wel- J. H. Surrency one day last week.,

Guild, covered dish Supper with KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH come waits everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingof
installation' service for new of I MISSIONARY BAPTIST Sunday Scnooi 10 ajn. Womans Council lit and 3rd Miami were overnight guests of
ficers at the C. H. Nasworthy Morning Service 11 a.m. Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., Mrs. W. L. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling on .
Kingsley Lake home, 6 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Andrews, president. Monday.Mr. .
Wednesday Bible Study & Worship 11 a.m. Evening Prayer ''Meetings Wednesday and Mrs. Bobbie Harden- .
r Prayer 7:30 p. m. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nlgbtHEILBRONN St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. brook and children returned to, i't .
Thursday Youth choir rehearsal each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every- Jacksonville last week after spend- .
E. MacBIaln
6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir lone welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, Raymond I ing some time with her parents' _#_ __
I
_ rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. John Moody.Mr. !

I M -- ... --- Sunday School 10 a.m. PreachIng Church will be as follows: I and Mrs. P. O. Starling and'
'
.. .. ----,.- .' 11 a.m. Training Union 8:30: I Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church Mrs. Junior Dyal and daughter,I' 1 DOro for 30That's
p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer School and Adult Class: 11 a.m.-' :Fay, made a business trip to Red-! livability weeks!
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 'dick recently. I
I REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. p.m. Y. P. S. L. I
I Wednesday: 7:30: pjn. Litany .............m.myyyr
FLA. ADVENTIST SEVENTH CIIURCII DAY and Practice.Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir HEILBRONNKy 30 day egg production, 90.3%!

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Services each Sabbath in the Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,
Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. 11 ajn.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching: Mrs. Ancel NonnanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the prize winning record made by Mr. and Mrs. I. Tabak,

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- KIXGSLEY LAKE Brooksville Florida in Security's Chick to Chick contest. Although
tor. Bible Study each Thursday BAPTIST.B.S..
7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome The Intermediate Training a small flock of only 281 birds, the Tabaks didn't losea
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. awaits Enrollment for Vacation Bible Union class of Heilbronn Church On
everyone.WOODLAWN single than
one. more one day during the egg production
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. 'School: at the Kingsley Lake Missionary enjoyed a social at the Ancel Nor-
MISSIONARY Baptist Church will be held mans last Friday night with, period, the flock layed 281 eggs. .
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH Friday, June 3, at 3:30: p.m. around 20 present. *
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 ajn.I Classes will bt;; held from 9 a.m.' Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and Security feeders are accustomed to getting better results. The
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at 6:45: to 12 noon each day from June 6 Security Program off because Feeds built dothe
preaching. 6:15 BTU, prayer family of Jacksonville visited rela- pays Security are to
11 Regular Broadcast 1 3, and 5 Sunday. June 10. A
a.m. Every service, 7 o'clock song services through Parents tives here, last weekend. They also job.f -
,..- 7:30 evening services. Night program will be held JuneI I attended the 55th Wedding An-
10 at 7:30. p.m. i,
-- niversary. of the H. M. McRaes on
I Sunday-
EVERGREENBAPTIST SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville Inc. '
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tillis and
CHURCH daughter, Linda Gail, of Ocala 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching visited relatives here Tuesday.
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30
HOMECOMINGBaptist : Sunday guests of Mr. and :Mrs.
p. m. Preaching 7::30 p. m. Prayer
Leroy Norman Sr. were Mr. and
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Le-
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt FEEDSECURITY
pastor. I roy Norman Jr., all of Starke, and
M r. and Mrs. Marklee Norman of
Hampton Christian Church i

Church Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. I Hampton.Mrs. J. B. Sapp of Starke visited
Evergreen Preaching 11 a. I
m.
Christian Endeavor 7 p. Evening m. Preach Ii i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp last weekend FOR BETTER RESULTSWE

ing 8 p. m. Wednesday Bible
Study Hour 8 p. m. Willard M. I The Heilbronn School held its DELIVER TO YOUR FARMnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
Jones, Pastor. I annual picnic last Friday. The
SUNDAY JUNE 5TH ,parents carried basket lunches
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH :which were spread on tables in the

L\\\'TEY.FL\. :'ard. I

." " " " .,,".....,. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching ,
11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek ,
i Sunday School ,Y- W O'clockPreaching service Wednesday 7:3p p. m. -
A.. E. Massey, pastor.

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CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST i -"'-
LATTER DAY SAINTS -

Dinner -... 1 O'clock Services each Sunday In old
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun-
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" day School 10 a. m. Sacrament

Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel- ,:
come. t (Y a .q9od gBaeYdi'RA, :' Ut V 1 .
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SINGING IN THE AFTERNOON \

CHURCH OF CHRIST

Welcome! J. E. Pastor C. L Oterturf Jr., Minister a
Lingerfelt
Everyone
f Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. ... ye
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening f.4.;
Worship .
7:30 p. m. '

Wednesday m. Bible Study 7:30p. ..

Radio program, "Old paths" --, :--"

each Sunday 9 a. m. Station -.... -, .
WDVH. ,
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AIRPARK MISSIONARY

0 0In BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 9:45: : a. n... Morning -

Union Worship 6:15 p. 11 m. Evening a. m. Training Service Here PONTIIC 'JiNS BUYERg

the experiment below, the slide on the left is coated with 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- why
ordinary motor oil, while the one on the right is coated with nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W O.
TROPrARTIC All-Weather Oil. When two steel blocks ore Collins Jr., Pastor.

dropped on the two slides at exactly the same time,the one on y e1 .
the right slips down nearly twice as fast as the one on the left. 0 Y .1 ;( ;.-,_ ,: _'L. ';. h' '--..,
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. S-P.O.R-T-I-N.G Rites Monday (,'By Highway State Trooper Arrests 53 Examined At Annual Crippled Children's Clinic Here I



.SPORTST 0I For Judge LongIn 1 Show Big Gain Fifty-three children were examined -

GainesvilleAugustine at the Annual Crippled
\ Almost four times as many arrests -
Children's Clinic held here last
'
were made by State Trooper i
Friday at the Bradford County
V. Long, 78, retired C. Musgrove in Bradford County 1
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Clinic
No-Hitter I: Health Department. The
Fletcher Pitcher Tosses federal judge and a former resident -1,last month as were made by him ,'was under the auspices of the ,

of Starke, died Friday. May 'Fin the corresponding period last I Florida Crippled Children's Commission


To Eliminate BItS From Group Tourney By DAN the FAN 27 had, at been his home in ill in health Gainesville.for some He :I year.During the April just passed, [ican Legion, in cooperation Post 56 and with Auxiliary.Amer-

time. [Trooper Musgrove made 23 arrests, Jor"7
I I The Clinic was staffed with
.. Judge Long was born in Lake :issued 46 written warnings and
Billy I from Jacksonville in
I specialists
Unable to get going offensively, tcpnotch performers.cent erf .l1ar-1 Now that our high school ath- City on May 14, 1877, the son of issued correction warnings on faulty Doctors G. T. Raybin John
cluding
the BHS Tornadoes were eliminated I rington,.,an excellent letes are finished for the year it the late Thomas T. and Annie [ equipment in 28 cases. To date
Curtis McGee, :Meiser Hasten orpthopedic
and Myers,
from Group II competition at .will be back baseman, will return looks like we'll have to go else- Pemberton Long. His father was .this year, he has made 84 arrests, surgeons; Doctors R. G. Skinner

Jacksonville Beach last week as. outfielder-lst where for athletic amusement the first judge of'the Third Judi- as compared with 32 for the same Florancio and
Gus Kope- Terica pedietricians;
Patterson for tnree more years. at least for a little while. The last and issued 299
period ,
Fletcher High pitcher cial Circuit of Florida, having year
will be back for one more I Doctor B. L. Morgan, plastic sur
tossed a no-hitter. At game'send lousos Readish. Sorely Gainesville G-Men, back in the !been appointed under the Constitution written warnings, as comparedwith Others from Jacksonville
will Glen geon.
the Tornadoes had three men year, as Florida State League this year, of 1868. 102 for a similar time last
next will be Dewayne included two field nurses and three
missed
year
there via local fans an opportunity to
reached give
having reared in year. -
on base Judge Long was
Elder with his big bat ana sticky secretaries from the Commission,
the walk or error route. Other departing seniors see probaseballithout traveling Starke, where he moved with his I Trooper Musgrove's report covers ,and representatives from the Bramer -

Edwin Johns hurled for BHS glove. all the way to J ax. Jack Hazen. parents from Lake City when four other statistics as follows: Ac-
and Edward Akridgeand Brace Co., and the Hanger Limb
Edgar '
and allowed ten hits, fairly well ere BHS and U. of F. hurler of a few years of age. After attending ,Cidents, five in April 1955, five in Co. Assisting at the clinic was A'

scattered; but seven errors hurt Wallace Rivers. years back, is having a little hard public school here, he enrolled at 'April 1954, 23 to date 1955, 19 same Dr. A. Y. Covington and membersof -----. 1 .

the Tornado cause. Fletcher's Following are the batting aver- luck picking up wins, althoughhe's the old Florida Agricultural Col- period 1954; killed, one in April staff.
the Health Department LINDA GADiEY; blonde daughter of )Ir. and Sirs.
pert Gainer
first-sacker Brown led this attack ages of the BHS nine for 1955: turned in some wellpitchedgames lege in Lake City. Later he studied ,1955, none in April 1954, one so The Legion Auxiliary and other''' Ralph
Out at the State Farm of Starke. undergoes examination at the Crippled Children's Clinic
hits. far in 1955 two 1954 '
with-- four law in the office of Judge James same period ; friends lunch for all at- !
Paxon Field defeated Ketter- Name AB II Pet:I the baseball team is playing in the T. Wills of Stark and was admitted injured, eight in April 1955, none tending.prepared Serving were Mrs. A. J. held here last Friday morning. Conducting; the examination are ((1 tor
i
linus of St. Augustine and wenton Central Florida League this year; to the bar at the age of 20, :in April 1954, 16 to date in 1955, I Thomas Sr., Mrs. M. M. Morgan, ) Dr. Meiser Haston and Dr. John A. Myers orthopedic surgeons,

to down Fletcher the next day Parrish 1 53 1 26 1000.491 and is leading the pack. Last Sun- his disability of non-age having,,;Six same period 1954; property Mrs.: I. E. Clark, and Mrs. T. C'I f Dr. A. 1". Cotington, county health officer, and Mrs.: Sarah Williams,

to win the tourney. Elder I day they defeated Ocala. Other been removed by order of the .1'damage, $2,315 in April 1955, Hazen Jr.Drinks field nurse!! with the Crippled Children's Commitsion.

In baseball competition this I Rushton 59 22 .373 teams in the loop are Williston Circuit Court. ,$1,085 in April 1955, $19,230 to ; consisted of CocaColasand

Tornadoes compiled ten Johns 62 20 .323 and Barkley ifotors of Gainesville.The I'tote in 1955 $10,020 project work and their leadership
year, the The following year, 1898, the I same periodin 25 quarts of milk which were 4-H Girls Selected
wins against nine losses In 'inter- Edgar Akridge 60 16 .267 State Farm team knows no volunteered for 1954. activities during the year.
young attorney donated to the Clinic by Graves
I ,
.220 For Short CourseGirls
scholastic competition. At the be-. Kopelousos .u 9 season. Last winter they playeda services in the Spanish-American I' Home Dairy. The local girls will join some

ginning of the season the ,team' Edw. Akridge 53 10 .189 double-header on Christmas Day. War and received a commissionas Rotarians Hear Dr. Covington expressed his I I who have been selectedto 300 other girls from Florida, receiving -

In several posL Reddish 6-1 11 ..172 Games are played at the State 1 I further training in the
lacked experience first lieutenant in the Florida
thanks and appreciation to all to the annual 4-H ClubGirls'
go
tions and came along well, particularly McGee .u 7 .171 Farm every Sunday throughoutthe Volunteer Infantry. For 15 years Dr. Kokomoor various phases of their club work
Tallahassee
.133 who made the success of the Clinic Short Course at
on defense. Offensivelythe Harrington 30 4 baseball season. The team is I The course will be held at Florida
he was a member of the Florida
Cox
possible.by starting June 6 are: Marilyn ,
Tornadoes hit in the clutches Rivers 30 4 .133 under the direction of Lyle Buck, National Guard. 1 A discussion of the "essence" of State University.
Pat Hobbs and Patricia Pellum,
,
and were: usually able to capitalize Gill 35 4 .114 who is well known in baseball circles Other early public services of ervice clubs was given at the Ro- Rev. Robert Sommer, who had Starke; Judy Kelly, Joanne Wait, I Marilyn Cox will represent
mistakes. Magyar! 1 0 .000 both and jtary Club Wednesday by Dr. F. W.
their opponents' as a player umpire the
on the distinguished jurist include charge of program.
and Jeanne Wait, BrookeMiss: Bradford County in the state revue -
Returning next year will be ace Alderman 1 0 ..000Steffanelil Sort of a turnabout: we havea ,okomoor, head of the mathematics Preceding the the club I
.000 \two terms as mayor of Starke. .F program Edith, Moore, local leader in Heil- when she will model a crisp
and his battery 2 0 state track teamIn departments at the University
pitcher, Edwin Johns, championship He was elected to the Florida' gave an ovation to one of its mem- bronn, and :Miss Dorothy Ross, cotton church dress which she
Eulie Rushton both Harden 3 0 .000 Bradford County but no track. ,of Florida.
mate, bers, Arch Thomas Jr., who has
'Legislature as representativefrom home demonstration agent will made. She. will also enter an

We have two well-lighted Softball Bradford County in 1902, I Dr. Kokomoor said that unless I just been elected commander of electric she made
accompany the girls on the trip. reading lamp
All fileds but no Softball league, not,when only 25 of a man puts more than the bare I the American in Florida. selected in the contest the electric
I Athletes Given Awards In SportsAt years age. 1 These senior club girls were I lamp of
team! Seems that TV is2'ivin2' !
even a '
minmum T.
A short time later, he was ap I requirements- into his County Agent George Hug- on the basis of their club. program.

too much comDetition. poinfed .State's Attorney of the club, church, or any other organization -!gins, who had been absent for
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Billy Moore, Lamar Shaw, Donald About the middle of June the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Floridaby 'I he is not a very valuable several weeks due to illness, was -

a special'assembly programat Wednesday Slade, Freddie Stevens, Wayne American Legion Team will give Governor Broward to fill an member. He urged all members welcomed back at this meeting. I
School It
Bradford High Sell It Rent Trade It
local fans baseball again If
afternoon, Coach ,J. C. Hobbs, Wooten Kenneth Elder, Harold unexpired term. In 1910 he was I of such groups to "go the second I John Mack Newsome a studentat
you have the chance, go by the mile" in rendering service that BHS, entertained with several
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announced ath- Godwin, Clifford Martin, Dennis again appointed State's Attorneyby

letic Athletic awards Director for the 1954-55 school .Mathews, Jimmy Weldon, Stanley USO building and see the recrea- Governor Gilchrist, holding this will give some meaning to their trumpet solos, accompanied by I WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
tion equipment set the out- I
received the '.Clark, Townsend Strickland, and up on office continuously until April 1921 membership.The Larry Gibson at the portable or-

year. The.athletes. side and inside for the school chil- when Circuit of speaker was introduced gan. Low Rates Good Results To Place
awards at the time they were an- .1'Mgr. Jimmie Hobbs. dren's summer program We appointed Judge I E'asy

nounced. Captains Gary Garner, Stanley hear that Perry and Monticellowill the Eighth Judicial Circuit by 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 54EACH

Clark Dewayne Elder and Town- Governor Hardee. -
Football letter winners were replace St. Leo and New ADDITIONAL WORD Zoor
send Strickland have stars on Smy i His promotion to the Federal I
Harold Beasley, Lamar Clough, rna on the BHS Football Schedule. WAR\ OF THE TERMITES DI4'AET 15 PER CUNT 8" TWO OR MORR ISKRTIO923e
their monograms symbolizing captain bench came on June 4, 1934 when
Joe Harden James Both of the
teams
Kenneth Green dropped fell be-
ADS OR ADS
in football, basketball, base- he was commissioned by President ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND NOT PAID ADVANCE
Harrell. Milton Hicks, Sidney fore the Tornadoes last year .
ball, and track respectively. ,Roosevelt as United States Judgeof
Jackson, Charles Kirkland, Virgil Coach Mike Bucha of Ocala, when I MEMORIAMS CARDS OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS 20c Per LIDtCOUNr
Stanley Clark received a special the Northern District of Flori- Attorney H. V. Knight and know termites were in that particular -
Lee Jerry Lawson, Dewayne here last week, said that !
I. most valuable high da. His retirement in 1947 ended( ( WORDS TO EACH LINE)
Johns Kenneth trophy as player on I Telegraph editor E. L. Matthews w all, so Knight would havea
Elder, Edwin school athletics exist ,for the ben-
the basketball team. more than 13 of meritorious "
years
with
adjoining buildings a hard time. proving "intent.
occupy
Elder, Harold Godwin, Clifford efit of.sporting goods dealers. Ask
Martin, Dennis Mathews, Jimmy Girls athletic awards were madeto Len Register the cost of outfittinga service on the Federal bench. common wall between them. The Knight was so busy sweeping out FURNISHED HOUSE For Rent NOW EQUIPPED with automatic

cheerleaders and basketball At the time of his retirement. structures are among the oldestin dead termites that he let the Iartln's Fruit Stand. Itchg pick-up baler, side delivery rake.
Weldon, Stanley Clark, Townsend football team sometimes. That Will bale for the public anywhere
players. The following girls received President Truman wrote: "Your Starke and have been fair matter the time
for and unfurnished
Strickland Edgar Akridge, Glen just about does it for this week game drop being. FOR RENT-Furnished within reason for so much per
cheerleader letters: Mar distinguished career upon the apartments. Also cottage. bale or will bale for part of the
for termites for more, than halfa This spring the editor noted a
Reddish and Mgrs. Jack Seivert so until then if you can't play a Excellent desirable location closeIn. hay. Also have different kinds
and Jimmy Hobbs.Basketball garet Rose Duncan, Joan Scholl, sport, at least be one-Dan. bench will always constitute one century. strange gleam in the eye of his W. H. Nollman. 201 W. Madison of hay for sale Anyone desiring

Sandra Johns, Sandra Strickland of the fine traditions of the Last spring Matthews had the attorney neighbor. A day or so tfchg baling let me know 3 or <4< days in
letters given to advance. You can plant
were soy
Jackie Prevatt, JoAnn Slade, and Judiciary. Telegraph interior sprayed by exterminators later an exterminator's truck beans or Indigo from now to end

Jerry Lawson. Gus Kopelousos, Barbara Prevatt, Captain of the Brooker Sales Judge Long is survived by his primarily to kill ,rolled up in back of Knight's SARATOGA HEIGHTSOut of July and make hay on It. J.
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White.
Edward Akridge, Highway ll Raiford
Glen Reddish. (
Clark, yell squad. widow, Mrs. Ruby Brownlee Longof !roaches that love to chew on books I office. Beautiful Madison Aye Rd.) Starke.. 4tp '/%?

Edgar Akridge. Stanley Basketball letters were given to Total $58,472For Gainesville, a son, AugustusC. 'and binders in the office supply "rm gonna run 'em over your
STAMPS
3 bed room tile floor ho>*e with RUBBER mad to order
and ;
Townsend Strickland, Mgr. the following girls: Lyndal Osteen Long of New York City; and department. A day or so later way this year," Knight chortled. elmUtlag heater, electric h.tuater daters, uumberers, notary seals,

Jack Seivert. Kay Rowland, Martha VanLand- Past WeekPotatoes a daughter Mrs. Marcus Conant Attorney Knight was ankle deepin Matthews, caught off guard, faa. large heater lot.; Bared Lltrhem street exhmmit, city Telegraph.facsimile stamps. Bradford County tt

Baseball letters were given to ingham Jean Johnson, Ann Williams of Jacksonville. termites that had swarmed out has armed his staff with brooms tllltlei. 100.00 d.wa to vet

Linda Johns Elissa Stefa- Funeral services were held Mon em.. $23O.OO at I'lo.lac. NOBVeteraa 2% PAID OX SAVINGS KEYSTONE
Georg GUlj Curtis McGee, Wal- of the common wall all on his and is ready to start sweepingout ..... -
$250 OO d parmeat.
lace Ktovif. EuUe Rushton Billy neW, Jackie Colley, Sandra Strick- still held the spotlightat day morning at 11 o'clock in the dead termites at a moment's '1:>0.00 8poa rloslBg.< STONE 5.TATBJBAXK HEIGHTS, FLA.-, MEMBER KEY.-

Harrington; Dewayne Elder, Gus land. Jackie Prevatt, JoAnn Slade, the Brooker Farmers Market First Presbyterian Church of side.Knight accused Matthews of notice. He wonders wistfully what 3 bed'room hardwood floor, electric hoaae FDIC.
heater
clrcnlatlBB
with
Kopelousos, Glen Reddish, dward Barbara Lance Captain Barbara'last week, as almost threequartersof Gainesville. Burial was in Ever shooing the termites over on his. would happen to the termites if hot water heater, kltrhea cihau.t LET J. D. ODOM. JR.

Prevatt and Mgrs. Barbara Colley, a million pounds were sold to green Cemetery, Gainesville with 1 tan large lot paved street, HANDLE YOUR
Akridge, Edgar Akridge, and Mgr. side. :Matthews denied the chargeand both he and Knight sprayed at
city BtllltleiC 100.00 daw parneat CATTLE! AND HOGS
account for most of the total
Jack Seivert. and Lavonne Duncan. rev- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homen maintained he didn't even the same time. te \rtrraa. ..:>0.00 at rlo.- 8ALE- _
enue of $58,472.40, according to charge of arrangements. IBK. NOB Veteran 8230.00 dowa Lire Oak Eaeh Wedaeadar
Track letters were given to Nettles market parneat, f 1,200.00 at clo.l.gT.Thrne Galaesvllle Each Friday
Ralph ,
Jimmie Hazen, manager. Two Face For Alleged Theft hou.e. are BOW opea f.r U
BHS Teams
Bobby Ferguson, Score Charges
During the week 14,518 50-lb. Innprrtlo Tall A. J. TIa..... er .

Robert Humphries Arthur Locke bags, and 198 100-lb. bags of both Buyers Arriving W. B. Sewell/Real Estate Brok.

Wins red and white varieties brought I Walker Co.Two era. .. 3S3Starke. : FOR SALE
Thirty Of Batteries From Burton 323 Temple A' Teleohoae
At Market Florida
growers a total of $45,555.55 to Here SLAG ROCK

'In Past Season virtually wind up the potato deal I Baker County men Ed- the batteries were recovered froma
WATER FRONT LOTS Crystal
for the season, For Corn DealA ward Starling, 20, and Owen John junk yard in Jacksonville where Lake. Guy Andrews, owner, Excellent for Drivewaysand

Beginning with a six-four rec- Following is a report releasedby Griffis are in the County Jail they had been sold for $1.60 each. Phone Heights S636.Starke 383; Keystone tf Parkways

od, the football team got BHS off, Nettles covering all commodities large number of buyers will facing grand larceny charges in Burton Walker Company men

to winning ways last fall in Coach volumes and prices: be at the Starke Farmers Market connection with the theft of seven said it cost the company $160 to CAN! YOU BELIE*E-For ONLY $3.00 Per YardIn
YCN squash No. 1's, 554 $1.50- $ .oo down and Se<< a week, yea
head automobile batteries from Burton replace the batteries stolen, and 5 Yard Lots
Jim Hobbs' final season as starting Monday, May 3,0, when the can hate a TEN YEAR GUARANTEED -
coach. During the winter, the $3, $1,287; YCN squash No. 2's, spring produce deal is expected to Walker Construction Co. equip.ment that the men on the job lost a Aatomatle Gas Hot Call
183, $1-$1.25, $214.75; white butter- Water Heater la roar home-fullyInHtalled.
the Rosier Road last half day of work as a result of
basketball team, faced with a loss beans 820 start rolling, M. R. Judd, market out on (For old aad BCW customers -
$2.25.$3, $2,108.25; I BILLY JACKSON
of four out of the first five and manager announced this week. Friday. the theft. of) SLADE GAS CO. PhoBe

with not much height, played courageous -',speckled butterbeans, 1,008, $2.25$2,189.50 ,When possible, he added, all pro- Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Deputy On Monday, another incidentwas 121. tf Phone 165

ball to pick up eight wins $2.50, ; blackeyed peas, Judd listed the following buyers Sheriff Fate Brown investigatedthe reported to the Sheriff, whena '

out of 19. The track squad in the,'487, $2-$2.25, $1,020.76; crowder Juddl isted the following buyers complaint and obtained foot- Burton Walker foreman said Electric Motors RADIOS REPAIRED
'peas, 14, $1.90-$2.50, $28.40 black
spring picked up two dual meet 1 ; who will te on the platform: L. prints. In their investigation they. that someone over the weekend All Makes All Model

wins against one loss and placed valentine beans, 457, $2.75-$4, $1- R. (Tommy) Morris, Hilliard, received a tip as to the identity had shot eight holes in a tank REWOUND AND iteasoaable charges KBaraateed

\first in four other meets to give 180.30; wade beans. 76 $2.25-$2.50, Normaji and Carter Turner Pro of the thieves, and soon afterward water truck which was in use on,I SERVICEDSmall FM W.CHAS.Call St.C. SHEPHERD SUrk Pa. 551
$181; pole beans. No. 1's 119. $4-
Starke the Rosier Road also.
duce Co., Wainwright and Teston, they were apprehended by
thinclads record of six wins
the a
$5.45, $546.75 pole beans No. 2's Repair FOR SALE-Comfortable .
I ; Appliance two bed
Policeman Cornelius Moore, who This road is under construction
Dan Navilio, "C" Produce, Wade room framed house.
one loss. The baseball Modern. New
against record'to i40, $1.45-$2.50, $84.25; cranberry Gaskins, W. T. Davis Co., Browning made the arrest near the High now, and extends from Highway I. General Machine Work hot water heater. On Road 100
team ended with ten-nine
a |beans 609, $2.$2.50. $1,336.50 just outside of City Limits.
; Small
I 301 at a point about a mile northof
Carter and Moody, and East School. I down
'I told we should hue complete the year's competition'cucumbers payment balance like rent.
you 41, $2-$4 $205.10 I
; Coast Produce Co. (Floyd Den- The. men are reported to have Lawtey, westerly to the Union! See C. Inglerlght, West More-
taken up belling RCA television 'and give the Tornadoes a commendable -I white corn, 1,232, $1.50, $1,843.50; mark).' admitted the crime, and four o'f County line. All Work Guaranteed land or phone 185 ttchg 5/11'

sets. Business: is always boomIng [ 30-25 record in all!yellow corn 383, $1.501.60, 590. Continued showers have bright- Reasonable Rates POWER MOWERS For Rs,t and

SHEPHERD." sports. 80; red potatoes A, 8,980, $3.25- Sale. We service what we BelL
at c I.\S. C. I
$3.50 $30,568.25; red potatoes B, .ened the crop picture, Judd reported Cases Disposed Of Without Trial S Tiny's Ave. Service Station, Temple

Won Lost Pet. and a favorable deal on a tfchg
1,567, $1.50-$2.50, $3,195; red potatoes -
I volume of sweet corn C. Marks Ritch, possession of REDSEAL
commercial 3,214, $1.75-$2, ) pepper, I Four cases were disposed of by

Football 6 4 .600 $6,239.25; white potatoes A, 880 cicumbers, field peas, butter beans, County Judge T. A. Yawn, without moonshine; case continued because BULL-DOZING -- FILL

Basketball 8 1\ 4.21 ((100 Ib Fordhooks and eggplant is ex I coming to trial, at a bust term of defendent was not in custody of ELECTRIC & MACHINE DIRT .
bags), $4.50, $3,960; white I LAND CLEARINGOyster
Track 6 1 .857 pected. He said the quality is county judge's court, here this the court. SHOPF.
200
potatoes $1.10, $220; white
Baseball 10 9 .526 reported to be excellent. week By Wednesday night, four (Ritch was sentenced in Federal Shell Pea Humus
commercial
potatoes _.(100 Ib:
Sales the week tried and Court last Friday to a term ofa
bags), 98, 3.50 $343; white pota- during preceding other cases had been .. W. GRAUDON Bldg. SandI'ainr Driveways
30 25 .545 were announced by Judd. as follows others were scheduled to follow year and a day after pleading
toes Owner Manager
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commercial. 258. ((50 lb. bags),
$1.60, $412.80; red potatoes A, 260 : green beans, 1,346. $2.50- later in the week. guilty to a liquor charge. broughtby 397 OVID LEWIS ,
$7 ( $5)) revenue, $6,730 of without U. S. Agents.) 106 Washington St-Phone
Lawtey Dog Owners average ; The four disposed \V. Madi$0a
hampers, $2.50, $650; red potatoes Starke Fla. {, Stark.
1 Irish potatoes, 447 hampers, $2.50- trial at this term were:
B, 39 hampers $1.75 I
Warned $68.25In i PH. 356--W I
__ s I By MayorMayor the forecast for the week beginning $3.50 (average $3)) $1,341; berries, Calvin Blount, charged with as- I FOR SALE-New 8 x. 8 x 15 Con

689 crates, $5 low $9.40 high sault and battery; case continuedto crete block, 18c. Cement $1.40
I Charles Shuford of LaW-' May 30, Nettles said that I bag. Mortar Mix J1.25 per FOR SALE-12 head stock and beef

tey announced this week that all sweet corn, white butterbeans, (average $6.50) $4,478.50; a future term; i WANTEDFor per bag. Bradford Engineering Co. cattle.Fla. E. J. Raulerson, Lawtey

speckled butterbeans field 32, $1.50-$3 (average $2.50))Squash.\\ Gary Reddish negro, charged phone !94. Starke. tf Sto 6/3
dog owners in Lawtey have until peas,
RCA Victor 17-lnch around Lawtey without the vaccinated cucumbers, and peppers would be In commenting on the past with possession of moonshine and j State of Fla. CARPENTER WORK-Block work. EXPERIENCED WASTED

Trtnt. lowest prked RCA [in strawberry season Judd reported possession of liquor for sale in a wiring, plumbing, roofing, siding, HELP for grading
Brooker'He and
against rabies. After that heavy volume) on the I I spouting and cement work. WriteC. packing cucumbers and pep.
Victor TV. Cobn! 30% Market. predicted the 7,059 crates sold, as compared with dry county; both charges dismissed Builder-Dealers For Per A. Sorrell. c/o Bradford Couflty peril at State Farmers Market. See
date all found crops Dan
mailer than prior node!*. around La'"teyithout dogs the roaming vacci.I would be of good quality, and that 10,299 last year. He said prices because faulty information I cent Panallzed homes. For Telegraph. tfchg or phone Navilio 17>.or J. R. Wainwrigbt ltchg

Ebony finish. Matching were quite satisfactory, and thatit had been supplied by state officers ,
the demand for these for the Application. Write to: Lumber HARMONY and Gibson Guitars easy
RoH Around" stand enwhel nation. tag on their collars will belestroyed. crops ': I terms at Dahmers. tfohg!: FOR SALE I male, 1 feml goat.
< !past week has been good. appears that a greater planting' ; Fabricators, Inc., FortPane. 3 months old. Heavy milk stock.

available', extra... of berries is expected next season.I I Florence Reddish, negress, I Ala. Call R-2-2363, FOR SALE-Two bedroom frame $IS for '%. 1. B. Jordan Rt.. I,
Model l 17S450. The.Mayor said that this ruling or lot In good residential Box 421. 'arlut. Fla.
moonshine I II' house large
sale
with of ;
Revenue from berries this week charged
applies to any dogs roamingin Water Level I Gainesville for Appointment section Starke. Can be had
brings the total of the season to and Rufus Moore, same charge;1 Teafo. for J4.500 $500 down. easy terms.V. FOR SALE-Spinet Piano, like new;
Ask for Ernie :
Lawtey, even though the own- I Are Ironer 5-piece Breakfastsuite
P. O. Pox 191, Pal-
\ S. Graves.
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$159. ers are non-residents. At Low MarkIn 63493.80( one of the lowest both cases dropped on motion of i atka. Fla Phon 5-4441. 3tp 6/3 ; Mahogany Magazine Stand;
I Portable Oil Heater
5
; hp Outboard
realized this county prosecutor;
amounts ever for
Central FloridaCentral FOR SALE-Lawn Mower $%0. See Motor; Philco Radio. 3)3
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RANK HOLIDAYThe crop in this area. I -- .I Strobo at Hardy Brothers Motors. Lafayette St. up
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3tp Florida's artesian water Judd reported that more and I WANTED--Graduate Nurse for

Florida Bank at Starke will level is tinusually low for this more growers are installing irrigation WANTED-Lots and small acreage I floor duty. 3 to 11 shift. Doctors
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE Hospital.
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not be open for business on Monday in or near Starke. J. Troy Lynn,, tfchg
and that duringthe
time of year, according to .U. S. systems, Rt. 2, Box 214-A, Starke.
I May 30( :Memorial Day for Geological Survey records. dry weather recently one 2tchg 5/27 FOR SALE-Small meat display case
in good condition. Reasonable.
FOR SALE-1930 Ford V8 Custom
I the veterans of all wars, a legal The flow of water at Silver grower who had irrigation sold border. Good condition. 6' x 10' Prevails Grocery and Service Sta-

1 holiday in Florida. Springs, used by the survey as an his beans for $7 a hamper at a JlJ77ItI two wheel trailer. 12 x 14' tar- tiny Starke. jtp 6/3
paulin. Phone 108, H.,G. Bolling-
index to deep water supply from tune when other beans of the same I I er. Hpi FOR RENT-Nicely furnished tour
., ., I room house. Clean and
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I recently
I for $3.10.
-- ,'-' .- ', -" -' ,' Polk County north to the Georgialine type were seling I I FOR SALE 11 cubic foot Kelvlna- painted inside. Rent to adults

was the.lowest last April Pepper is cheap now, Judd said i. tor. good condition. Call 451-W only or couple with infant. Mrs. E.
RADIO for Informa- J. Dowling, Sr., 53T W. Call St. or
after 6 o'clock
LARGE ICE COLDWATERMELONS since 1933. \with prices as low as 75 cents reported I tlon. p.m. %tp t/3 i'd "*-J. Itchg

Recent rains have had little effect elsewhere. He said 20 I
AND i FOR S."LE-U51 Fordomatic 8 Custom -. WAITRESS 'TED-Experlenced..
in raising the level of lakes hampers sold on the Starke ./ Coup Radio. beater & new B. & G. Truck Stop Restaurant.

which are. several feet below nor- Market at $2.25. 'I battery. Fine running condition. Call 91U-J. tfchg (
TELEVISIONSales I, SSOO. P.alnh XettUa. phnne 2511.i .
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mal in this area. 159.95 i nr M>k"r. Fla %tt'he13 FOR SALE-Block bungalow desir-
The flow of Suwannee River in ZENITH 17" I abely located. Five large rooms '
GUARANTEED RIPEMARTIN'S I I Evanston T1814K I FOR SALE-Three burner Hotpoint built in cabinets. closet spare, ':
April was 33 per cent of normal W. C. T.U. 1 Apartment size stove. Excellent screened porch and car port. Two \

making the 14th straight month condition. Paul Rohlin. phone 2001 room cottaee in rear. Large grassy ;
I .I When Your TV Needs Keystone. or fifth house from lawn. Phone 1ST. ltchgFOR :

FRUIT SHOP tiat subnormal flow was measured.!,. "IT IS NOT BY :MAX'S PURSE Service Call 166 and ServiceflsssssflsSrSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSt II Keystone Inn on Lakeshore Dr.'
The low water level is believed Itn SALE-Building Lots on Bland-
\BUT BY CHARACTER THAT HE I IS-tsr SSSSSrS Ing Road. I* mile from City Lim

N. Temple Ave. Starke Florida j due to the shortage of rainfall(IS RICH OR POOR." 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I FOR SALE-Good Used Wringertype its. J300 to J600. size 100' x 20 '.
which has been only about half of I washinemachine Also used Mrs. L. M. Clark. Rt 1, Box 44Bessent ">.
(SUXSIHXE MAGAZINE) f-irnftur, Mr?. R E. Mundorff : Rd.. left.f Tail St
: :>:- : ...- -' :;';'-" ; -- ;- -,-'. "; ,; _:_', -. :,';', -:" '. ': -- < normal during the past IS months. ,1.-b- --- --- -- I I Ptarke Nursery Itl.'hg. I bridge. 1 mile. tf.:i:aL
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Richarde Barnes, Myrtle Ann '". ._. '. .. -, .. _' __ .' Nt'wcomb Kenneth, Byron I are
are proud of" Sandra Johns I Barry, Jackie "':' ; 1 .. .for you on J
Beasley, Harold. .. -> ..... ,, ewmDonald ,
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you. Good/ /luck! Bobbe Bastedo I I i i Bowers, James .,; _.'.:' :;. ., re aMoores Barbara ; this occasion. .
Joyce Scholl Bradley, L. P. :., '. : Wallace Rose
Hicks Helen
Volley Starling'sGrocery Buck Lyle FHcei Robert Howe, Eugene hirley Cottle -
William Carter Bowers, Pat ', .j Sapp, Orpha June
Brookins, Ray Frith Tommy, Humphries Robert Simmons, John Starke Hardware Co.
&. Market' Lamar Shaw Canova, George Gamer, Gary Jackson. Elizabeth irrelle, Sue Class Motto -'
Charles Kirkland CarIJes, Cecil Gamer ,Eugene Jackson, Sidney trickland, Townsend I H., C. Ritch, Owner
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Crosby Beyerly Slade Donald Conquer
Starke, Florida Sharon Johns, Warren
Edwin Johns Clark, Stanley Smith, JoAnne Believe They Can" Starke, Florida
Griffis Doyle Johnson, Louise .
CoUey, Jerry Tel'ton. Betty Jean
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Casey, Judy Green Estelle Lawson, James Thomas Bemice
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way to see her husband, who is 'pilot, will be here in a few min- first car. The well known couple
at their typewriter factory in utes. He left San 15 min-
Diego will be. here in a few minutes.Jo .
CLASS PROPHESYGood Virginia. She has just inventeda utes ago. Ana Smith Rowe, former

: i' PROGRAM new atomic energy typewriter John Simmons is now a teacherof champion twirler of the U. S. is

: ::. Barbara McComb wasn't able the Army and Navy bands in here with her daughter who is
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: to be with us today. She is on her Russia. Sorry he wasn't able to competing for the title of Miss
afternoon ladies and Bud Lawson and his secretary, :. .. I
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Graduation Exercisesof ..: way to England where she has make it today. Junior Majorette of 1970.
genUeme .-It'a time to bring you Betty Jean Teston. The U. S. ,
.. been hired for Princess -
as
governess Elizabeth Jackson flew to Africa Beverly Jo Crosby is the new
of the of J. R. .
the news round-up day Secretary Agriculture, .
Margaret's children. this to daredevil driver for Motors.
morning meet her husband Dodge
June 3, 1970. This is Channel 68 Underhill, is also here'today with 0, .. .. ,
; Shirley Moore, Orpha June Sapp, who is owner of some diamond She will arrive in her new 1970
on your TV dial owned and opera- lily wife, and six children. We also '?" : :; ( .
: and Shirley Tomlinson are the mines there. She has now in her Dodge in just a minute.
__ ted by D. A. Judd. have two very famous doctors -
/ writers of the No. 1 on the possession the Barbara
largest diamondin
Florence
Alderman and Ca- song Colley, Night-
This afternoon I would like to with us Drs.
I .: i ; Hit Parade, "Get That )IRS." the world. Robert Filce was ingale of the 20th Century, has
introduce to you my classmates. nova, who made the disappearance Bradford High School I
: : the pilot on her flight. Just been
Don Newmans and Kenneth promoted to head nurse
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I of 55 who are finally on a class of warts possible.Pat I
trip to New York. They didn't Bowers, another Billy Graham Mott are here with their wives.I Barbara .Henderson and hus- of the U. S. Armed Forces. She
We hear the newlyelected band were at the San Francisco- was unable to be here today be-
make it in '55. is over in London this week '. : y they are now
,.S! FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, 1955 members of the Bradford New York Skyline opening here cause of her new duties.
the
First of all I would like to in and was not able to make .:: .. I
troduce Florida's newly elected trip with us. ',F.: ., County School Board. Look out this morning. Barbara's husband' And that concludes our list of

Governor, Dewayne Elder With 'In the sports world from this >'- .... you teacher of the class of '55! was the constructor, so lovely celebrities for today. Stay tuned I
MEMORIAL STADIUM:
him is President of the Senate,, class we have Stanley Clark, who Sonny Tenly, world famous JetClass Barbara cut the ribbon for the for the Glass of 59.

.. la: world high Jump champion. He
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, pire State building. With him is

Bob Humphries, the world's pole
vault champ, who has just .succeeded Selections and Processional Bradford High School Band

in jumping over the moon.

Townsend Strickland is not withus t + 3 ap
today due to the fact that he Invocation Rev. Oris Collins l t Q

1 is arguing his case against the
National Athletic Association for t You'v@
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... disqualifying him in a recent track Night Shadows'Falling Glee Club '
meet. They seem to think he flies ? 1 a \\y '

over the hurdles instead of jump- t; -
Address Dr. J.'B. White I

sp .S r.w.i ing.Also here today is Admiral Je- Dean of College of Education, University of Florida DOhQ It

rome Colley, Admiral James Wel- !w
don, and General Byron Newcomb. .a ,

These three gentlemen have just You'll Never Walk Alone Glee Club I e5444 I'11 M. o 1s

arrived from their joint meeting 1

in the ruins of Moscow. : th _
Bradford County's largest land- Presentation of Awards Chas. S. Partin : 4 .
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v owner and best farmer, Elmo An- Supervising Principal .

drews, is here in New York giv- %
ing lectures on how to grow ten- x at
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inch strawberries. William An- Presentation of Diplomas H. P. Morgan

drews was recently appointed agriculture County Superintendent of Public Instruction
teacher in BHS, replac- I

ing Paul Hutchins, who retired v

this year. .Alma Mater Glee Club and Band of. 1955MAY
Jackie.Barry could not be

reached. We think she is in Alas- _._.
Good luck in all ka with her husband. Recessional Bradford High School Band FUTURE FULFILL//
Harold Beasley has just bought
future efforts. ALL YOUR HOPES AND )
J your 99 per cent of the stock in Sin- ,
clair Oil Company.Ellie DREAMS FOR SUCCESS/
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......... ._ r" .. # ... Bowers got here just in in Radio City Music Hall. Mabe, Label, Sable, Rable, Kable, for bail money. AND HAPPINESS./" We loin your family
timeafter geting off work. He Doyle Griffis is now starring in and Zable. I Martha Winkler, the great dress

has finally gotten a job with the "The Kiss of Fire" .with Marylin We are sorry that Patty Lawson designer, will return to Paris as and our town In cortfrafuJatotf you.

kind of hours he likes a night Monroe's granddaughter.Cecil !is not with us today. She married soon as the class reunion is over. I I

watchman. Carnes, owner of a num- Henry Ford's great grandson last Bernice Thomas will accompanyher Winkler Electric
- Guidon Grill Ray Brookins and Donald Ray ber of racing cars, placed first week and they are now honey- as her No. 1 model.

Griffis recently bought out the in the National Auto Racing Derby mooning in Bermuda. Stephen Kelly, head of the Seaboard Denmark Furniture Co.
Service
Setzer chain of supermarkets and
Railway, will that everYone -
New
in England. He arrived in Estelle Green recently took over see
are well on the way to their first York just in time for this reunion. Imogene, Coca's TV show and is has a free pass for the trip Starke Florida Starke Florida
million.
Geo. Kopelousoi : The speed typist of the U. S., a great hit. home. ,
Frances Caldwell (famous clari-
Louise Johnson, is here today be- JoAnna Lee arrived here a lit
Zack Craword made
net and her renowned was Com-
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player
'-- band are playing an engagement fore leaving for Paris to' competefor mander in Chief of the U. S. tle late. She had to stop off on the I
the World Title.
National Guard recently and we .
Sharon Green and Myrtle Ann congratulate him on his promo

Barnes are traveling over the U.
.- S., teaching the new to cook tion.Elaine
way
Colson the S. Treas-
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i .c \ : }}: : {:!}}:7K M1Y},} -"The Green Barnes Way. They urer, is here today on her way to \\1ninIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111ggP "
have stopped over in New York I
see the President about puttinga
irv'yvr. for a while to be with their old of the wrestler
picture great i;
classmates.Miss Jack Lefevre on the $3 bill. et/QO1MQ\ 0 o s iif
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v.,:Ykn, :h.r :n\Ciy N M 's Hiccks, is here today along with hasn't acquired anything for her

Mrs. America of 1965, Judy Casey. third finger, has been taking a j GJlllthGRA'S -

We are sorry Gladys Williamson very good friend of hers window
couldn't make it today. She is shopping in jewelry stores.

taking care of the grandchildrenwhile Tommy Frith and Monroe Gas -,-- i
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her sort is on a vacation. kins, who married millionaire old -

Clifford Martin coaches for the maid sisters, have just announcedthat
Washington Rams. Bucky Buck they will pay all expenses of -- o 'O'F i
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Brooklyn Dodgers. So far he has Jeanette Green, just before her -- CLASS 1955,.. 1
hit 27 home, runs in the first four arrival here, was elected the first stbRt i

. games of the year. Bucky has given woman mayor of Lawtey, Florida. A 4
us all tickets for the game to- Clyde .Griffis is here today be- .I,1IIIIIIIIII J

night. fore going to New York Universityto May the success ofthis
apply for the Dean of Science
Eugene Howe and Wendell Kelly I Iwl'a.
are. teaching physics at the Univer- position. Ynl II moment guido
Jackie and Margaret Hersey The world willeverneedyoung I
sity of Florida.. They are assistedby t
their high school physics teacher have just solved the problem of I ( you to greateraccomplishments.
Charles P. Cowen. how ta get along with your in- \ / -
laws. They are now recuperatingin I \ T \ .
Here with and Sue
us are Gary
Hampton General Hospital. ideas and hopes'i oq
Garner and their brood of 13. They
Hope you are up and around soon
have just completed a book en-
Milton Hicks has taken over
titled "How To Go To College On 1t
the electric works of the U. S. 1e .rtiiu loRTeu'ucnROVDCITOV
Love. I I
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The world Sidney and LaVonne Jackson
all of our electricity free.
not able to make it 1t thTL1t11xTt. { '
needs leadership. were today. .
1955 your Freddy Johns is here with his
-. We offer our sincere best wishes, They are in Africa scouting for wife and two children. It has 1955 r.
the New York Yankees.L. t l
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P. and Virginia Bradley are now Florida's Fresh Water Fish

right here, however. L> P. has just & Game Commissioner.Here r

been elected sheriff of Bradford comes Warren Johns, who The Farmers The Star Store
C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies County, thanks to Donald Slade looks all .out of breath. It seems I Supply

who wanted to protect his liquid that" he is now Police Chief in

Philco Products assets. New York City and had to catcha I Starke, Florida Starke Florida

Paul Magyari is now well known bank robber before coming here I

Starke, Florida since the birth of his sextuplets, tonight. We just received a tie-

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(I Mack Newsome my goatee and I short hair to Mary Ann Morgan.I and gown to Robert Kelly.

I i THE LAST WILL AND TFTAMENT1 :" '_ .' worldly charm.I Helen Hicks, leave to DeJyne I. Tommie Frith, leave my abil-

., '''. PROGRAM I Townsend Strickland, being in Crews my Senior Superlative ity to walk with boys that throw
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.'" .' sound mind leave all my conference ")fost Attractive" tangerines and get expelled to
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'"" "..,.. ''- -<- ."- '. honors and great track abilityto Jimmy Hazen.I .
We the Seniors of 1955, InBound that it, the ability : '
can take .
anyone :;.: ': Baccalaureate Sermon ,. Kenneth Elder. I, Jeanette Green, leave to Gloria
mind and excellent charac. to Bit in Mr. Q>wen'lI class the c: : Crawford position as Senior.I Sharon Green leave my love
ter, do hereby establish and declare first two periods in the morning.I _.kr;,. ;' I, J. R. Underhill, leave to Billy my for Miss Rosenberg's classes and
this to be our last will and ; '* Morgan the ability to get into Ford cars to Gloria Griffis.I .
testament. .. .' Of .,, : trouble.I Kenneth :Mott, leave my good
Jacquelyn,Johns Hersey leave luck to Judy Ellington.I Gladys Williamson, leave B.

I, Barbara Lee -Colley leave my convincing ways to Bobbie r'}:'_ : '. I Gary Garter, leave to Margaret Wendell Kelly, just leave.I H. S. to my children.
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Rose Duncan the football I
my practically completed.job of Bastedo. Bradford High) School I .
I medals for all conference and I Bob Humphries, leave my position I, Stephen Kelly, leave my typ
running the teachers % to
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that Kenneth will as Senior to the Juniors.I .
captain for
Clara
get ing ability to Starling.I
sister Jackie, knowing that she I. Margaret Carolyn Hersey, t SUNDAY i
EVENING, MAY 29, 1955 her.
will finish it leave to Barbara Matchett my Shirley Cottle Moore, leave I Elizabeth Jackson, leave to

ability to stay out of trouble. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF STARKE I, Joanna Lee, leave to Irene my typewriter in Miss Rosenberg1 I Julia Jackson and Roman Alvarez
I, JoAnn Smith Rowe, will toof'55 ", : Metgzer my quiet ways.I class to Ina Stern. my ability to get along with all

I, Mary Louise Johnson, leaveto .' I.... 116 .... \ my teachers.
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Don Newman
Jean Teston, leave leave my cap
Connie ),Miller my quiet ways.I Betty my

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Martha Winkler, leave my

ability to be late for first period _

class to Edgar Akridge.I Invocation .. Rev. Lewis D. Haines. EXCITING I b g'Y

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Ruth Lee two inches of my stately The Lord Is :My Shepherd ,".* ;- ,,', ; Glee Club IT'S TRUE
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the candy counter at Priest's.I Baccalaureate Sermon Rev. J. E. Sherwood GRADUATIONALWAYS
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leave my ability to make straightA's The Holy City -: -, Glee Club

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I Barbara Prevatt Henderson, Benediction Rev. 'Lewis D.'Haine It Has Been A

leave my ability to get married, i .
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Pleasure To Serve
school, and still graduate to Jane Recessional Pomp and Circumstance eI5F -
Richarde. '

-.. I, You In The Past I I I \ /

I, Suzanne Siprelle Gamer, just I :
leave and take Gary Garner, I I, Donald Ray Griffis, leave my through high school to Linda Glen Reddish.I I i
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.. ability to lie with a straight face Johns. And Wish You :
.. hope.I to Harold Crawford. Clifford Martin, leave to Billy v s\ vT'jjfiwvv *\ V %A y :
lAeapt Moore the ability to throw tan f>*" \ :\' +
George Alderman Canova, I, Virginia Estelle Green, leave gerines at teachers.I Success In 4tu 7 c C7IUST
I, Shirley Tomlinson, leave my my senior superlative "Wittiest"to
leave my ability to polish apples We hope \
for Mr. Cowen to Lex Green Jr. I' MRS. degree to Carolyn Crews.I Barbara Norman.I James Monroe Gaskins, leave have
wkbas I you
nor bel my ability to steal gas to Donald The Future unlimitedgood

I, Robbert Filce, leave Miss Edward's Beverly Jo Crosby, leave my William Andrews, leave my Carter.I UU MOM.FOI,srs AR01
.n the yaanahead Dodd.I .
for weight to Lynell
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English class to anyone stupidity to Julian Wasdin. XOTMCIWIAXIMOV0 /
who will have it. I Lyle "Bucky" Buck, leave t ... fortune. '
or TOO.
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Jackie Barry, leave my hot after 13 years.I .IETOLUC*
cap and gown to Shirley Green. I, Zackary Crawford, leave my I;
I, Freddy Johns, leave, thank ability to do geometry to Sandra Wallace Rivers, leave to Eulie Ed and
Becky BradfordAbstract
Heaven. Johns. Rushton my batting eye becausehe
I, Clyde .Griffis, will my rightto
needs it so badly.I .
Brown'sService be P. C. H.'s son to Gene Cle- Simpson
Gib Co.J.
I. Dillard A. Judd, leave my .
mons.I I, James "Bud" Lawson, leave! Ellie Bowers, leave to Jimmy
ability to make 100 per cent on
my memories of Shirley to the Young my steady hands at shoot.
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Milton Hicks mistakes, leave than my abilityto wordsto Scholl twins.I ing pool.I Gem Jewelry : R. Kelly

Starke, Florida James Richard Weldon, .leave type more Cecil Carnes, leave to Kenneth -
my ability to get along with Mrs. Billy Harrington. Paul Magyari, leave my abil- Green my ability to get a I Thelma A. Dinkins
Long to Dennis :Mathews. ty to skip school and go to Pee Starke, Fla. I II II
It Eugene Howe, leave my abilityto Wee's to Eugene MagyarLI girl.I I
maintain and run the P. A. Jack Lefever, leave to JohnMOST I

--r i system to Arthur Patray.I John Simmons, leave my I

ability to pull through II .,,.tea
_,-' Sidney Jackson, leave my cycle wrecks .to John motor-\\ I II T
ability to play left halfback for i d i J

J B. H. S. four years to Gus Kope- I, Edmund Sonny" Tenly,leave I I
SUCCESS I
ia lousos.I :Mr. Sprow and Mrs. Carpenter in I 1 1I

TO THE 1R' tears.I I any
Warren Johns, 'leave my abil- J
CLASS ity to steal pencils .to Huey Cros-
Orpha June Sapp leave my '
I by. ability to go to school after being -
I married for 1 1-2 years to :Myrna LIKELY -
I. Donald Franklin Slade, leave Griffis.I ...+ .
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getting away.with it to Pearson I. Bernice Thomas, leave my TO y 1/4leI Ilfrv
Cox I ability to talk to Anna Ruth '
Crosby.I ( :i :

I, Thomas Jay Alderman, leave SUCCEED f ( .
my pocket comptometer to Wicki
yl Virginia Williamson Bradley,
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Rimert.I leave my luck in getting a hus-
band to Annie.Mosley.. i it
Ray Brookins, just leave.I .
<(b Sps TI smqb
I, Charles Harold leave
Myrtle Ann Barnes, leave my Beasley
ability to get along with Miss my ability to get along with and I P
Keifer to Margaret Rhoden.I understand the teachers of B. H. ; ) of our sincere iR
S. to Randall Davis.I "
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NIIMOrfROuR Judith Ree Casey, leave my d good will in
i Best Wishes senior, superlative "Cutest" to Pat Bowers, leave to Lamar )

and good/ luck.. Kathryn JIarrell.I Clough mustache the in ability one week to and grow not a Keep the spirit future work. rg"GRADUATES "

*CINCUC CONAIATUUTIONS let Miss Rose> burg shave, it. I
.'--...% Frances Faye Caldwell, leave of the young. It
c"GIADUATlI Mr. Mainor to "anl'one) who wants Class of 1955 OF 1955
him. I, Lucian Paul Bradley, leave will mean.success.'- I
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one piece.I Yov have logged the first mile

I, Mary Elaine Colson, leave the
headaches of being Senior class Stanley Hack Clark, leave on your voyage to success.
Big Dad Mfg. Co. treasurer to Elizabeth Tatum.I my athletic ability to Buck Gill.I Farm, Home &
Tuck's Auto Cafe I Koch Drug Store

Inc.Starke Frances Douglas, leave my Jerome Frank Colley (Lassie), Auto Supply Central/ Florida Gas &
senior superlative "Most.Popular"to leave, my best model Babs Lanceto 4-
Starke Florida'I
Shirley Jackson. Jan Mundorf.I Starke, Florida Co.
Florida Appliance
Starke, Florida
I, Lavonne Duncan Jackson, Dewayne Elder, leave my I Starke, Florida
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Build your success ''I .

the arena of business, or professional, life.' ; I II

on vision, initiative I
'I'I I do clear-cut will help1 !
Whatever you ,a goal I
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and effort. I
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ambition with a"steadily I
congratulations ; sags
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and best wishes 'Ij I I BEST WISHES FOR THE acc QYnLi i t1ili r Your ability to succeed. t!
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Pictured above is the 1955 Track Squad of Bradford High School, .<,",",':
winners of the State Championship of Class A schools. This is the .
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Championship. J midfcjiattainments

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//'i of a first place for BUS on '
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STRIVE. FOR..IT!
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four track
trophies won this year: (left to
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> 1 {t + <.1' ROBERT HUMPHRIES winner of happiness
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