Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
June 3, 1955
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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78 Graduates Will Get Diplomas Boards Agree To Split

'i In Exercises At Stadium TonightSeventyeight

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-. ." School seniors will receive diplo- will be the, Homemaker of Tomorrow -

A : mas at open-air commencement Award to Sharon Green

t ; ? J4 / i : -, > i exercises in Memorial Stadium to- |nd the Science Award to Barbara ... .
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4 4. / / ./ ( Colley. The Ameican 8th
: "::. night (Friday) at 8 o'clock. Legion
:< ., :. Dean J. B. White of the Collegeof Grade School Awards for leaderShip '
,'. Harmony Marks
iii' '>, Education, University of Florida will go to Glen Tomlinson and
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% ; will deliver the commence- Charlene Hardy. ?
'L ment address. The processionaland $1 Diplomas will be presented to q

$ -: ,, ....'ii '',..v_ y < "N' recessional will be played by 8ie graduates by H. P. Morgan, Cnese ', 4 Meeting HereSaturday
.. ;(< the School Band, and several
1 i. rf. IC High gggjg
of Public Instruction -
l numbers will be sung by the Glee Superintendent _

4% 1 i :'::';* Club. Rev. Oris Collins will give i: Morning

,.. I ,4. ? the invocation. 2 In case of rain, the graduation # I I L [ .

: ) Ji>. 4 j. Among the special awards, exercises will be held in the First aiwage v

f II which will be, presented by Chas. Baptist Church.Teachers. Agreeing on a three-way splitof
jr '
I all racing funds received by

Tried (Bradford County after July 1.

New Trailer Park Get i il955' the three boards concernedmet

last Saturday morning in the

I 1 For I courthouse and worked out a division -

Planned For 301A '200 Pay Raise phere of of friendly the funds cooperation.A in an atmos-.

I 1 1 : liii'' new trailer park on North t About 130 Bradford County I June p ta 1 I ;.ately telegram and sent was to Senator framed Charley immed-

I Temple Avenue is among the projects teachers each received a $200-a- E. Johns and Representative
1 __ _I- Doyle
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increase, as a result of ..
.1 totaling $50,000, for which year pay : :iE. Conner stating: "In joint ses-
building permits were issued at the :a] bill just put through the legis- i is.on; this morning, the
HEROUX GREETS LAWYER\ ity hall recently. l tyture and signed by Gov. Leroy I Market ji |I Commission School Board, and
Collins this week.
Lewis N. Smith, who owns. i Hospital Corporation agreed to

I property across from the El J The_ pay boost, effective withAle |equal division Of all Racing Commission -

George Heroux Jr. (right), prison desperado charged with tile murder or Assistant SuperintendentJ. Rancho Drive-In stated this weekhe next fiscal year, starting July | Funds, effective after July

C. Godwin on April 1. smiles as he greets his attorney, John Santora, outside the Union County courthouse plans to build a trailer park lj 1955 will bring Bradford County i jl. 1955, and request that immediate -

c-Lumed Heroux of there to accommodate 40 trailers,lfachers! salaries to the following I
In Lake Dutler Thursday of last week. Santora was mentally Incapable pleading I legislation be passed in

guilty or not guilty at the arraignment and asked for a sanity test. This week. Circuit JUtge Geo. L. and also a filling station. The : I -- .- __ v. .. _.- {accordance with this agreement."

Patten named two Jacksonville psychiatrists, Dr. Mc"ollough and Dr. Ingram, to examine Heroux andglte building permit issued was in the Rank 1 certificate, $4,550; rank Three Bayless Highway farmers, JI j j MARSHALL CROSBY, young I Sen.-Johns steered the local bill
2. rank 3, $3,500. There
$3,950; L
an opinion on June 20 as to his sanity or insan'ty. If declared san, and no further motions are made amount of $8,000. are. 7 teachers listed rank 1 are trying an old crop Chinese I i son of Flod Crosby, shows off through the Senate (Wednesday,
as l and
it is
by his! lawyer, the trial of Heroux will begin immed itely after the sanity hearing, Judge Patten said. Other projects are as follows: 44 as rank 2, and 77 as rank 3. cabbage at a new time, and the:! giant size of Chinese cabbage expected that Rep. Con.1ner
A additional six units to the will get House 1*
n tall :I approval for
heads head.
) School Supt. Morgan said that green averaging five or ...
To-Rena :Motel; owned by Anthony six I 'before the. session ends
I pounds in weight, began mov., today. .
the funds to pay for the increase
Com PricesDisappointing Brooker Spuds Cermenaro Avenue; ;located building on North permit Temple for-j will' come from the state. ing to market this week.In I 'winter season. In recommending;I three Th<5 motion to split) the funds
ways was made
with by :Mrs.
( cooperation Dan Navilio, the late planting, Navilio said that
10000. a downstate grower and shipper, no other section is producing much Louise Kite, a member of the Hos-
: Duplex: apartment; Jefferson L:Buyers Like Look 25 acres of the crop were planted pital Board, and was passed
Bring Growers of it in June, so he figures the
; StreetsV.; M. Edwards; 5000. ty C. C. Crosby, Lester Crosby i output here might hit a favorable unanimously and separately by

Residence; N. Oak Street (Reno Of Crops Here and Floyd Crosby. Navilio will market He stressed the fact that L representatives of each of the three

); Inez Hightower; $10,000. handle the entire production, and groups present.
Total planting here this season is
Pepper Weak 1$166,946$ Alterations to DeWitt C. Jones I the first 200 crates were shipped,i strictly "an experiment," but if it t As matters now stand, the
I i A bright picture of Bradford mostly to County Commissioners and the
Funeral Home; $1,500. Chicago, early this week. works well, the acreage will be increased
Residence; Cherry. Street; J. R. County: spring crops was painted He expects to get from tw0 to next School Board divide equally the
'still year.
Potatoes the lead I
were big
Over 2.500 of led
packages corn
Andrews this week by two major buyers at three thousand boxes first $80,000 In racing revenue,
I ( ; $5,000. of the cabbage Known also as "
the parade of produce across the ers at the Brooker Market duringthe "celery cabbage, and the
J F the Farmers Market. from the 25 Hospital Corporation gets
platform of the Starke Farmers past week, accounting for over i acres planted j I I the crop is grown pretty much the, all
I 60 f'Funeral' (One of the buyers L. R. Morris, here this season. Each box will same as regular cabbage.. It forms. over. The over-$80,000 surplus
Market this past week M. R..Judd, per cent of the week's salesof Tuesday has been
said "look better than in hold about two dozen heads. I mounting steadily in recent -
market manager reported.He I $44,206.05, according to Ralph crops a tall, pointed head, averagingover and
10 years" in spite of the drought Chinese farmers in Bradford tw0 feet in height. It has years, this season the
said that corn is but Nettles, market manager. \For Ed I
moving t'V Simpson County have Hospital Board will receive around
: in,1 early spring. grown this for
.I .... crop a distinctive flavor and is excel:
... With this week's total of
$27- I
that the a. 11; : $45,000 from this
prices of $1.50 On
to $2 source
_. T I The two big buyers many years, but always in the lent for use in salads. topof
and $45,555 $61,230 and $33- operating I I !
crate for graded, worm-free corn ,,161 iStarke Jeweler this week were Morris and Bob a newly increased tax on
octo from preceding weekly reports, dog tracks would have increasedthe
is disappointing to the growers..I |la Turner. Another buyer, W. T.I
c.- total
H. (Buddy) Davis Jr., formerly of $166,946.wortt of the I First Meeting For Summer Hospital Board's share by
He said one buyer,i is paying .J1J50 ,head of- theFlorida Times- precious spuds.have been sold on I Funeral services for Edward I'I 1 JDsvis' sent a representative Tues, ProgramSet another l8,000-to $26,000 annually. -
"pef cratT tor corn that has been Union's Tallahassee i the market this season. In addition -,. Bradford Simpson, a Starke.jewelerfor day. .
bureau and
some plantings were sold. 15 years, were held in the Turner, who was loading corn For Monday Afternoon At 1:45The
graded, and is crating the rejects currently an instructor in the When it became apparent that
I Jones Funeral Monday, said the Bradford
Chapel Tuesday County
"in the field" and if these amounts
School the new track tax
and will pay the grower all over Journalism at the University dog would increase -
85 cents if """" t of Florida, will edit the were added, the total yield from I afternoon. j corn crop may grade out 75 to 65 first meeting of students. use the USO Playground or play the Hospital Board's shareto
they sold. Telegraph during the months of,potatoes around Brooker this sea- Mr. Simpson, 63, died suddenlyof per cent U. S. Fancy. Morris participating in the summer program -i indoor games. i a point in excess of its actual

Judd reports a weax market on June son would probably make it one I a heart attack Saturday after- estimated the U. S. Fancy yield for I estimated needs for the next two
July, and August, while he school children is set for 8:40 a. m.Band classes meet I;
pepper, and said that farmers are noon. may drop as low as 50 per cent. I
of the record
i is on summer leave from the Uni years. 1:45 at BHS :Music Building. years, the Commissioners and
delaying picking in hopes that the This grade permits only 10 p. m. Monday, June 6, in the
White and accounted He was born in Uhrichsville, per School Board members to
versity. Davis is well know in yellow corn began
cent USO a. m Band classes meet
prices will strengthen later on. I defects and is marketed in auditorium, according to -
:Ptarke and has worked with the for the next largest number Ohio, and learned the watchmaking at BHS Music make overtures for a share of the
Sales on the market are follows the North. Immature or worm- Supervisor L. H. Gibson. Building.
as Class -
Telegraph before. He is the son of packages sold. A complete report trade from his father, J. B. assignments extra funds.
: damaged corn is 1:30 m.- All students meetat
graded as U. S. p.
')f Mr. and Mrs. Bill North of the as issued by Nettles fol Simpson. On this early beginning, for swimming and band The agreement to an equal division -
Berries. 44 crates, $ -57, $264 No. 1 and marketed in the Caro- USO Auditorium for General
; State Farm and is married to the I lows: Mr. Simpson based a claim on 50) will be made at this time along of the funds will mean that
com 2,514, $1.50$21.399.50; linas, Tennessee, Georgia and Ala- Assembly.
former Miss Marjorie Davis of YCN squash No.1, 185 $1 years of watchmaking. bama. with detailed information about the Commissioners and the School
pepper, 640, $2-$2.25, $1,376 2:15
;; Starke. I$1.50, $267.50; tCN squash No. 2, Mr. Simpson also was a musi other p. Activity: Board will each receive about
phases of the Mem- i
beans 518 $2-$2.65 The program. Period
,, buyers reported that no corn : Arts and Homecrafts',
E: L. Matthews, editor and publisher 100, 0.75, $75; speckled butter I cian and once had his own or bers of the Starke Ministerial Association $$10,000 more annually than they
1217.50 -
; cukes, 383, $2-$7,, field is completely free of worms, Music Education, and Library
have been in
of the beans 297, $2.25 $5. 1329.75 chestra.He getting recent years.
$1,723.50; potatoes 27. $2-$2.50, Telegraph. plans to I ;: but three or four growers have and representative mini- Areas.
$60,75; butterbeans, 37 $.&-$5.50 take some time off from "theeditor's no'e beans 65, $5 $7. 280.65;: came to Starke from Savan sters of "the various sections of The Hospital Board will get about
"virtually worm free" Estimates 3:15
crops. : m.Refreshment
p. $5,000 more than it has been
chair" this black Valentine beans, 294 l-$4, nah Ga., and re-
$185. easy summer opened the Gem the county have agreed to lead the
of Bradford
Judd stated he expected a light in order to devote more time to $338.75; cranberry beans 57, $2.50() Jewelry Store with Anban Goulpie. County corn :. devotionals for the assembly pro- (cold milk and doughnut). ceiving. This would mean that
acreage from 400
vary widely
3:30 next each of the three boards
volume of butterbeans, Fordhooks the'Telegraph's building and ex- $3. 167.85; blackeye peas 695, He was a member of the Chris 800 acres. : grams each Monday. Rev. R. E. p. m.- Outdoor Activity; year

and Crowder peas to begin movingat nansion program. $2.25 $2.85, $1,820.50; crowder tian Church in Uhrichsville anda I Turner said the county's dry i MacBlain, of St. Mark's Episcopal Period at USO Playground. should receive around $50,000 if

satisfactory prices.Condemnation. -pas, 793. $2.50 $3 $1,624.45; member of the Moose, Order spell affected pepper, more than Church, will be the speaker June 3:45: p. m.Team Sports at acing revenues continue at their
.Barbara Colley white corn, bags 1,884, $1.50 Funeral other 8. The general theme for the week BHS Gym and Fields. current pace.Episcopal
I services were conducted any crop, by reducing the
SI 60 $2,823;; yellow corn, crates, will be science. Morning activities will be
Representativeadult com
Suits Gets Science Award Tuesday in the DeWitt C. Jones: pod size. Neither Turner nor. .
1,867, $1.35 $1.60, 2707.65 Church
; pep- Morris speakers will talk on aero- pleted! in time to allow all Stark
Chapel by the Rev. Robert D.Pommer. L reported widespread existence -
To Begin June 13 !w, 193, $1.50 $2.10, $356.20; : nautics
electricity, automotive,
Barbara Lee Colley, a memberof I : Interment following of the rot spot, found recently students to get home by noon., Gets ImprovementsWorkmen
I cukes 648, $1.50 $5.35 $2,118.10
In Circuit Court ; cremation, was in Crosby Lake in the peppers of some science, and photography on successive -
the senior Afternoon
class of Bradford I Fordhooks, 51, $3. $153; red potatoes activities will terminate 1-
Cemetery.Mr. farmers. days on the levels of the are adding a 10 by 16
High School, is the 1955 winner of A, 3,830 $3.25, $12,347.50; students in time to permit all Stark
vestibule to St Mark's
Condemnation As for Episcopal
suits, or eminent prices, Turner said that -
Simpson: is survived his
proceedings, involving over 100( I the Bausch & Lomb Honorary red potatoes, B, 365, $1 $1.50, wife, Mrs. Rebecca Mears by market conditions are "consider general, the schedule! for the students to be home ty 5:30: p. m. Church on Church St.

parcels of Bradford County Science Award Medal for achieving!$447.50;; red potatoes, commercial, Simpson ably better than last year." entire program of eight weeks is Volunteers who can help with the The Rev. R E. Mac Blaine said

will be tried by jury in property circuit the highest scholastic record in;'300. $1.50 $2, $550; white pota-I of Starke; two daughters, Morris reported that "every-i. condensed as follows: swimming program are urged to the addition will include memorial
Mrs. Lilly Mills and Miss Mar
court at the courthouse starting I!science subjects during her high It tops, A. 1,317, $2.25 $2.35, $3- garet Mae Simpson of New Phila thing looks green" around the. 8:30: a. m.- Swimming classes call J. C. Hobbs at 413-J. All other windows and cost about $1,000.

the week of June 13 under school career, BHS Principal Chas. 036.45;; white potatoes, commer county's fields and "crops look : meet at USO Building (N. side). I volunteers are urged to call Dr.: Completion is expected within two
delphia. Ohio a son, Ralph Simpson -
Judge John A. H. Murphree. Partin announced yesterday. I cial. 1.729. $1.25. $2,961.25; white ; better than in 10 years." He referred 8:40: a. Non-swimmers may Florence Jennings at 59-J or 361.: weeks.
The IS.This award is presented annual- :>tatoes, A. ((100 lb. bags), 1,804, of Columbus, Ohio; a brother, I
trials will be held to determine specifically to crowder peas.
William Homer of Uh
in 5,700 secondary schools $4 $4.50, $7,631; white potatoes,
what compensation each] I Both buyers have startled
richsville and a sister, Mrs. Ber- -
throughout the country. Winners,commercial ((100 lb. bags), 85, 2. :
property owner is entitled loading .
to for tha M. Spence of Columbus. corn. Morris loaded
25 $2.50, $188.75.A '
eligible to
compete for the[
the land used for ribht-of.way for carloads last week. Monday _
recent road building purposes. i!Science Scholarships sponsored by: total of 17,300 packages were he was loading corn, crowder Even

County_ Attorney H. V. Knight Baush & Lomb at the University sold on the. market, Nettles re1 Rites Thursday peas, butterbeans and peppers. _
of 'I _
; Rochester. He said looks
stated this week that the county: ported. he for a

bears the entire cost of the trials I, I I heavy volume of pepper an the For Jas. E. DuPreJames Pistol Club Plans Home _

and also will have to pay for all ,Social SecurityRepresentative coming week.IIntoxicated. _

the right of way property, which Here I Edward DuPre, 82, fatherof Fish Fry-Dance

amounts will be determined in the, ? Yes. J. H. DuPre of Starke, died i At State FarmThe Sweet

trials. I A repre.centative of the Gainesville Drunk--Why No Sir! Tuesday at the home of his daughter -

Knight said that fully 90 percent Social Security office will be Mrs. Earl Garrison in Hayes- Florida State Prison Pistol _

of all the right-of-way obtained in the courtroom at the courthouse A local defendant appearing be ville, N. C.. where he was visiting.A Club will sponsor a fish fry and

in the road building pro in Starke on Thursday June fore Mayor J. R. Wainwright at retired Baptist minister, Mr. dance on Friday, June 4, at 7:3,0p. Home _

gram had been donated by property 9. at 10 a.m. for the purpose of police court Monday morning was DuPre had pastored numerous m. at the State Farm Community __

owners. conducting social security business.I.asked how he wished to plead tot I churches in this area, and had Club. Fresh fish hush puppies, _..
Persons .desiring to make. appli a charge, of being drunk. sipplied in Starke at various times. and all the trimmings will be served Isn'tSafe _

Jaycees To Meet cation for social security retire[I "I was intoxicated" the defendant -I He had lived in Live Oak for the out of doors. Dancing will begin _

ment or survivors benefits, secure" admitted, "but I was not past 19 years. at 9 o'clock with music by the

The Bradford County Jayceeswill i social security account numbers drunk." I Funeral services were held I State Prison orchestra. There will

hold a dinner meeting Thursday ;-:or get any other social security information .: Mayor Wainwright did not argue Thursday at 1 p.m. in the First'be a charge of $1 per plate for

June 2. All members are are invited to see the the distinction, and fined him'Baptist Church of Live Oak and jail persons over 12. No additional

invited to attend. I representative at this time. I I$25 for intoxication. I burial was in City Cemetery there.!1 charge will be made for the dance. Anymore

I New Legion Head Opens Mountains Of Mail With\ Hands Still Sore From Campaigning :I __ __ -- I

I Looks like you don't even have -Polaroid l-Minnt6 Photo by th- Telegraphish I

Barn! "1 often wondered about politicians Legion appointments to be made. I came assistant state attorney gen, Even with mail unopened he has I,to go out on the highway to get -- --- I
Just like that Arch Thomas Jr. ," says Thomas. "I wonderedif The major appointments include eral in charge of anti-Communist 10 personal appearances slated for your car wrecked any more. Just I House. [ Futch said his car was parked "

found what it means to head one their hands became sore from !chairmen of four major commis- investigation. Rubin resigned the June. I Cause of the collision was a 1955 in gear and with the brakes on,
what to Charlie I
verbal blast at He will see happened Chevrolet owned and driven by R. so it must have been hit with a
shaking hands. Now I know. Theydo. II sions Americanism, Community state post, after a speak at the Madison
of the state's largest organized ." Service, Security and Rehabilitation. the State Legislature, because the County ,High School graduation. Futch's when he left it parked in C. Hicks, Brooker saw mill opera: terrific force to knock (not roll) I

groups the American Legion. I That sentiment springs from the He also will appoint two legislators refused to appropriate June 1, meet with the presidentof front of his home on E. Call St. tor. Hicks and a party of friendsMr. it some 40 feet He is not sure 1

Mail on the young Starke law- : that members to each of these commis' money to continue his investigations. the Legion Auxiliary in Jack- Sunday night! ( and Mrs. Brady McLeod and yet to what extent insurance will I
fact 6,000 and
:j-ers desk has assumed propor-{ Legionnaires ,I' sions. sonville June 2, participate in a Futch was upstairs writing let- three children and McLeod's sister cover his loss. I

tions of a miniature Mount Ever- their families: were at Sarasota. I In addition. there is a whole Legislators said Rubin could not dedication in Pinellas Park June ters about 8 o'clock when he hearda all of Starke) were returning i Mrs. McLeod, who suffered a

est. His cross-hatched appoint- And Thomas didn't miss a single I galaxy: of less important posts to pin point the need for a Communist 5, install post officers in St. noise like "the house falling In." from a swim at Kingsley Lake. As;bad leg injury, was dismissed from J'

ment calendar looks like a much-I hand clasp. be parceled out by the state com- investigation in Florida. Petersburg June 6, in Jacksonville He rushed down to find his car, a he approached the Call and Church I Alachua General Hospital Wednes- I

used surveyor's land map. t The real work lies ahead. First'mander. t The American Legion kept official 'June 9, in Miami June 10. 1948 Pontiac, almost a total wreck, Street intersection Hicks said another day and is at her home here. Other i

Thomas, 31-year-old native of Ion his list is the appointment of One of the posts to be filled is silence on the issue. t There will be official festivities resting on the parkway between car was coming from the. occupants of the Hicks' car were i

Starke, was elected Department Legion officers. for the year. i i chairman of un-American Activ-I Asked if Rubin would retain the in Winter Haven June 14. a Tampa curb and sidewalk, about 40 feet I east and a third car swung out in-!i treated for injuries at the hospital !

Commander of the state American I Thomas is taking this chore serI -!ities. Holding the job now is I Legion's anti-communist post'I installation June 16 a Madison from where he left it in front of to the intersection from Church I but none wasseriously hurt.

Legion two weeks ago. He was 'Ellis Rubin, who used the post to Thomas said this.week. "he won't.I installation June 20. On June 19 the house. Other casualties werea i St. It was either hit the moving Hicks was charged with reckless i

chosen head of the 40,000 Legion-'I liously because, "a good program push himself into the headlines as I Besides appointments and paper|I and 26 he plans to attend Legion street light (post lying in frontof |car or the parked car Hicks said, driving and the case was continued -

naires after a heated campaign in'won't work with poor officers." j chief of the Communisthunters.The work. Thomas has found a terrific I, workshops, with the sites still car) and a sign pointing the I jso he chose the latter figuring. when it came up Monday in

the annual convention at Sarasota. lie figures there are about 50 young Miami attorney be- I demand for personal appearances.. nndesignated. way to St. Mark's Episcopal Par-fewer people would be hurt. ''Mayor's Court. I


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editorial :;\ -- Farmer's. DiaryBy "The Sea Chase" At Florida SundayJohn PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1953

Luffman of Ocala sister of Mrs. twice before you speak. Idle gossip :-

I Sam McGarvey Caldwell and Mrs. Lewis Perkins is like a slinging ader, it
Incident Illustrates and son H. L. of Ocala. stings hard, hurts long and leavesa
Courtroom Miss Betty Linzy entertainedwith 1
Rowe to get him for us by using bad scar on the patient.
a teen age party at her
r ( his horse. We'll shut Slugger up home here
Protection Afforded, To All Saturday night. Outdoor -
and feed him and then put him in ; games were enjoyed by about FILL DIRT
I h 100 folks late hour
the freezer. young At a I
During the trials in county judge's court last refreshments were served. 1
week there was a great deal of controversy over Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown GOOD RICH
the legality of search "warrants used in the cases Last Monday Alice took our and Mrs. Neta Brown were visit- .

involving alleged liquor law violations. potatoes to the. Brooker Market ing Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby TOP SOILSee
Section 22 of the Declaration of Rights' of the and sold 35 bags of A's for $3, Monday

Florida Constitution Searches and Seizure, pro- Well, the berry season came toa and 4 bags of commercials for Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long were

vides that: "The right of the people to be secure sudden halt for Sam one after- $1.50, which .netted us $90.33 for visiting the G. B. Colsons in

in their persons, houses, (:papers, and effects noon this week, and so far ashe's the load. r Brooker. Connie Sunday.Mrs. Crawford. BILL JACKSON
unreasonable seizures and searches, shall of Lake Jackson Transfer
against Company
Later in the week we dug the
concerned there aren't enough Butler was dinner guest of Mr.
not be violated and no warrants issued, but upon and tractors-and mules to part row that was left, and got and Mrs G. E. Crews Sunday. Phone 165
probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, ropes : /
and Thought the week Think
him back into that weed seven more hampers, so we -
particularly describing the place or places to be pull -
searched and the person or persons, and.the thingor covered patch again this year. saleable figure we got about 2,500 IDS. of & .-c: ;> ----.- ""-'F'O.NI.Y -:" ,"'" ,,'- --..- .-<
spuds from the 100 lb. :
to be seized There may be some berries, bere _
things : GjE
of seed planted. We put about 'HfA S1
and there, but that ain't all! -- ;.1 :. fi1.'o
week the search warrant : : .' '. _
In last was five : ": .
one case hampers away for our own Y -' .- :: -:: ::: ': ::::"'>: : ...._'
declared invalid because it did not comply with i use and also about 2-3 of a .,-'- --" '-
this section. It described the building where.the Sam and Alice were picking to- hamper of-seed. Wayne smashes his own lifeboats in an exciting moment in FILTER-FLO WASHING ACTION THAT

alleged offense had taken place as of "wood frame gether, and when they got to a i "The Sea Chase" opening at the Florida Theatre Sunday. Costarredwith

construction," whereas, the structure was actuallyof place where the 'weeds were bad, Looks like something sure is Wayne are Lana Turner and Tab Hunter. REMOVES SAND
wrong in the farmingmarketingsystem LINT
cement blocks. they skipped over to the next these days. We visited ,...................... Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of / ,
Offhand the might wonder why, if the beds and started back. Well, Sam
. layman Mack Griffis the other day and LaCrosse were recent guests of /AHD SoAPscuM-
raiding party found what they were looking for, was on his hands and knees, pull- he told us that a few days earlierhe STATE FARMBy Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. ,
the weeds back to find the ,
technicality in the legal description of the ing
a mere had taken 19 hampers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones and
premises resulted in no case being made. berries and he came to a big squash to the market and had to children spent the weekend with -F OM YOUR WASH .
But on second thought, it is obvious that this clump of pigweed. He pulls the bring 17 back "because people Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Mr. Jones mother, Mrs. Ona Jones .
very law against illegal searches and seizures is weed aside sticks his head in to weren't buying squash." We took of Graceville and Mrs. Jones par- I,
and there not a foot is
see away i 'fUUY AUTOMATIC E
a protection for each and every one of us, and that a big moccasin drawing its head some of Mack's squash and putit Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. ents, Capt. and Mrs. Colin Nicholsin Ib2>
allowed exceed abuse on our Roadstand on consignment Chattahoochee ....
if officers to or .
are ever tack to strike! Caldwell last Wednesday were ...
and sold a good bit of it :::: ::::::: WASHER i
their authority, then the personal liberty of every Sam let out a wild yell] and State Trooper Sgt. and Mrs. Mark AR-3c Bunt Crews of the Air
citizen i is in danger. The law provides the maxi- backed up almost to Clay County. that very afternoon. Looks to us Mack of Fern Park. Force who is stationed in Wy- Wg ;

mum security for the innocent person, despite the Alice ran and got the gun, but as if people will buy squash, Mrs. E. L. Drawdy of Tampa oming is spending his furlough at .::...w.....::.:::: / ,' I *$Jut' I
especially if they get a chance to home with his .:.:.:..:.:.:::.:.::.:. Agtom tk- .
obvious loopholes necessarily offered for a fewguilty the snake was hidden, so Sam gota do have been spending a few days family, Mr. and ::.:::r:. Set The Dial, four Work bf (

ones. pitchfork, and before long Mr. it.We with her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Commodore Crews. ...'...:...:.....:...:.....:............/.............:.. Through! <* /
Moccasin had been clob- Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell .'.:.:..:.:.:..:.:.:..:..".:...
banged C. A. Addison.Mr. ... .
One thing made obvious by the trials last weekis bered, scratched around in our ........................... L" Wash Water 1 Is cleaned 5
the fact that officers who make out an affi bashed mashed and runner patch again this week, and Mrs. Kieth Seigler and guests during the weekend were :::::.::..:.:' Times During
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shot full,of holes in the bargain. but the weeds sons of Fla. State University, Tal- Chief Petty Officer L. R. Mach .:.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. '
davit upon which a search warrant is based, Now some people crawl on and grass are so ....................... ;Water/Sww Control Dial
bad it is'almost a hopeless job. lahassee were weekend guests ofMrrand and Mrs. Mack of Jacksonville ,
should do so with the utmost care to be accurate. hands and knees, when Sates OB Water, Too!
they pick
But we'll set out all we can this Mrs. Milo Seigler. Mrs. Annie Perkins and Mrs. Ola "' /
A great deal of time, effort and expense put berries and some pick standing CE FJve-Year Protection
into case that is brought to trial in Brad month and try to make some -, -.. ._ ., .
every up. and from now on Sam is one !fI -I- _-, "-' .Nan!
"second runners". --- --"-- "-.-.. ...., .. .___ _
ford County and, if the legality of of the most upstanding berry pick ,* --- r. --r" MODEL WA-750M

warrant is likely to be attacked, then the factsprovided ers around, especially when the We got Alice a chase lounge SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
by officers should be such that they will] weeds are thick. SEE THE
week, and now she has a placeto LINE OF NEW
stand up in court. This should be done in the! rest her poor old aching back. DRASTIC
interest of protecting the innocent well We picked a few Valiant tomatoes G-E
as as convicting She says it's almost a pleasure AUTOMATIC WASHERS FROM.
the guilty. this week and it looks 1 to get tired now because she has .

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world has lost its freedmon, we might well re-ex' A few have wilted and died, but Filter-Flo TODAY! YOU
Our sweet corn is taking a ou
amine our priceless rights and privileges. Not t most of the Rutgers vines look REDUCTIONSKeep KAJHEI
mighty long time to mature, and
the least of these is the freedmon from illegalsearch 1 fine and are loaded with fruit.
and seizure. The effectiveness with which The Brimmers have some great way every to truck market we is see loaded go by with on the it. Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit

this freedom functions in our modern court procedure big fruit, and the little plum t oHope the price: improves on it from the LOWEST possible rates.
was well illustrated by the incident f in matoes are hanging in big culsterSlugger s.' soon.
county judge's court here last week. i i STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY We Service
: our steer, is out on a The small birds around Everything
neighbor's pasture, and we tried] place just don't like our.
strangers.They E. Conner
Doyle Insurance
to get him back where he Agency
belongs!, drive crows and other birdsthe
We'll Try Something by chasing after him with away, and what did we see them G. J. MCGRIFFGENERAL
tractor and trying to coax him chasing this week but a big brown Phone 285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
Back in the grim days following the Depressionof to eat some feed. But Katrinka owl! Looks like they're working

'32 President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave nehope v is a mighty poor cow horse so on the principle that "the bigger: SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.

to millions of Americans with his statement t: we gave it up and asked "Shorty" they come the harder they fall". .
"We'll try something and if that doesn't work, ffTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtlBAYLESS -__ l'_ -- .. _- ..._. -- -- Call and Walnut Sts. Phone 229 Starke Fla.
we'll try something else."

Many Bradford County farmers, reluctant to HMAY\
give up a life they love and despite dwindling incomes -

seem now to be taking FDR's philosophy. By Anna Ruth
Latest attempt of notice, is the trial planting
by three Bayless Highway farmers of Chinese

cabbage to mature in June a time when no Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman and : Jkibigiie wiWi ihic bti !
other section is in production on that crop. family and Mrs. Beulah Kelly %
were dinner
Needless to say, the experiment will he watched Charles Newman guests of in Mr. and Mrs.

by other farmers in the County with great in- Sunday.Mr. Gainesville

terest.If it proves to be successful, then per- and .
haps another of income Otis Crawfordand
source may be availableto family of Jacksonville
boost our badly sagging agriculture.It visiting her parents Mr. and were Mrs.

is hard to conceive that the fine crops whichour C. C. Crosby Sunday.Mr. All
good soil produces in abundance are not need- and Mrs. Bill Shadier of :- Chevrolet's competitors and most of the high-priced cars

ed to feed an ever-growing America. But that is Bradenton and Mr. and Mrs. Bate- > .
mighty poor solace to the farmer who carries a man of Gainesville were visiting tried it
load of produce to the market only to find it Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby last ..: recently in official NASCAR* trials-and took a licking ,

flooded, with prices which often barely pay for week. ..' .. ., .
the'picking. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Vooos and

Meanwhile, we saluate the adventurous farm- family of Jacksonville were visit- #
ing Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly Sun-
ers trying the late Chinese cabbage deal. Theyare day.
truly trying something, and if that doesn't Church Services, BTU Sunday
work, they'll try something else." School and Prayer meeting same

time. Rev. H, C. Martin, pastor.

TV-Stomach Hit You Yet? y

It was bound to happen sooner or later.A I J 4,1J: r <" Y II, SI'1' 1t' 1\

brand new ailment called 'TV Stomach" has \
been added to the long list of maladies that af-

flict mankind in this supersonicatomicautomation .b., ,
age. I \

According to an advertisement of a popular

gas-relieving nostrum, TV Somach is defined as

acid indigestion caused by late-hour snacks in l -

front of the television screen. 1 1rl PI
The almost universal urge to munch while view- -

ing television has been noted by many a harried = cj/ r.;._.:_ r4V ,

housewife trying; to stay within the family budget plr '- '-."

for food. "If you want your grocery bill to soar, :
just buy a television," one of them ruefully re- r + '

marked the other day. But devotees of the

squint-and-swallow school just go right on, chew-
ing their way through program after program. "I'm not interested in a golden

And goose I just want a York
now we have come the full cycle from
TV to indigestion to cure so we'll be in shape for Air Conditioner from CHAS. C.

more TV and indigestion tomorrow night. SHEPHERD"RCA

Apparently it has never occurred to anyone that
the easiest and most efficient way to rid oneself Meet the champ! The new ChevDaytona Beach. NASCAR Fayetteville, N. C. NASCAR Late

of TV stomach would be to refrain from eating "Turbo-Fire V8"-the Straightaway Running Open to cars Model Event. Chevrolet again finished

while watching TV. Oh no, that would be far too most modem V8 on the road today. delivered in Florida for $2,500 or first. Because of even tighter

simple a remedy in this complex age. Besides, .' Here's what happened- less. Chevrolet captured the first two turns the driver chose to run the en-

it would be bad business for those who sell TV places, 7 out of the first 11 places! tire 150 laps In second gear! Yet no
niblets and indigestion pills. Daytona Beach. NASCAR
Ac- overheating or pit !
Daytona Beach. NASCAR 2-Way stops ..
So on with the dance! Let's squint, swallow, celeration Tests Over Measured Mile Over Meas- _.
and dose-up; for tomorrow who knows the From Standing Start. Chevrolet capured Mile. Open Running to cars from 250 These facts you can't laugh off.'ss PACE i a

installment man may take the TV set away! tured the 4 top positions In its class! to 299 cu. in. displacement. Chev- Sales leader. Road leader. A crown--

8 of the first lU! And on a time basis rolet captured 3 of the first 5 places! ing achievement of Chevrolet and
Chevrolet General Motors. Try a Chevrolet .
beat every high-priced car, Columbia ..,. .. : ,
S. C. NASCAR 100and live in a land of # .-. I
If absence really made the heart grow fonder, too-but one! But wait-this! is just Mile Race on half-mile track. going-away
Very where win
lot of would miss Victor 17-Inch the you the arguments!
a people church
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more than beginning .
any: tight turns. Chevrolet finished first! .
Trent. lowest Soon >
priced RCA maybe? "1' 7
place in the world. Exchange. I :,
Victor TV. Cabinet 30% 'H AnocwfM*for Steel Car Auto focfeg ;
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mailer than prior models. '
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ther-ln-law and sister Mr. and Dated this 25 day of May. 1955. 17S Kensington Street, Manhattan or before the I
.YYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTT'YTYY (OFFICIAL mAL) Charles A. Uarby Beach, Xew York. I I 27 day of June 1955;
Mrs. H. H. Lewis. They all visited: j. Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a 1 otherwise the allegations of said. ."', ; '-i *' _<. *":( ,,.,,. 1 :,- .....,,,. ,, ,,>,.," ', ,,' "<<, : '.;:, ,
and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk suit for divorce I Complaint will be taken as confessed "

LONG BRANCHy at Brooker one day last: -- 8/27 it 1/17,above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the I I This by you.notice shall be publishedonce I

I NOTICE TO APPEARIn 'you are required to serve a copy of each week for four consecutive E
week.We Circuit Court Bradford County your answer or pleading to the complaint weeks in the Bradford County I
by )trs. (J. L. Strickland attended a very'sad funeral I Florida IB Chaaeery. on the Plaintiffs Attorney ,Telegraph. I SAVE THE A&' WAY
again last week for one of our Lillian, Kahn. Plaintiff v*. Morris Kitchen & Schwartz. 713 Pro- Dated this 24 day of May. 1955. !I
I tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.1We The Kahn Defendant. Case No. 10-1022 fessional Building Jacksonville, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby :
good friends, Elam Lewis. Notice To AppearsTo Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court
were,shocked and hurt last has our deepest sym- : Morris Kahn, whose residenceand and file the original in the office of I By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk I _
entire family
address Is: c/o Max Aufrichtig, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 5/27 U j '
6/17 ,
week to learn of the sudden deathof pathy. :: ,' ,\ ,. ." -: .
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r Vondee Durrance. He had Rev. and Mrs. Hall spent three i j !fk\\ '"" ''''''';.;\ "1 I ;1 aauc -- .. .......JLA..Jl..II.IJnnInI.................. n..
preached In the Maxville Church days last week with their son-in- fI"f1J." : % ftiWg'lfill : .. hl'Jlp\\! :'\! l-J'l! .. .. .'.... .......... ...,......-"- .. '. ,.. / P rjj
that evening and did not seem to< law and daughter Rev. J. E. !.I

be feeling any worse, than usual Murrhee, and son Edward. Hilli- .
Not long after services were over: ard. We are glad to report that J, I M.G"RIFF. ,/N FREEFrosfee
he was stricken very ill, the family Rev. Murrhee. is much improvedafter r /1111
rushed him to a doctor, but all a serious illness in a Jack- Root Beer

efforts to revive him were in vain. sonville hospital. .... .......... 4
We were overjoyed to see Leatha OI.D RANGEC .,h A
t To All Customers Visiting
Bell Wellhausen at church Sun- l'irl"

day.recovered It is from a miracle her operation that she has so I..:0..*''Clrrnlt'. Florida Court IB Chmmfftf.Ol Bradford ..... ....................... Our Store Friday and
Szcepan Dumanskf, Plaintiff vs. \ :::: .. Saturday _
well and so quickly. Ludwika Dumanski. Defendant. !Ifi\I &gdToQ :: "
Case No. 10-1015 \ t: tf' I\IIIIIIII\ : SUNNYFIEID LONG GRAIN
Mrs. Hazen Padgett had the Notice To Appears :::::., .
misfortune to split her foot recently To: Ludwika Dumanski. whose : :
I and address Is: Unknown.You tt I
residence IIIr'!! FANCY RICE 3IbVPkg. 45cSTEW
while using the. axe cutting are hereby notified that a suit WALKER'S BEEF :

two bones in two. She will have for Divorce ............ .
'in the
has been filed against you _
difficulty in walking for some above named Court and cause and LIBBY'S KOSHER Fresh Cucumber Dill
time. you are required to serve a copy of
Sorry to learn that Gertie Fair- your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to AttorneyT. the complaint .I BIG OVENPUSHBUTTON
t cloth Is ill and has been taken to Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla. Mb. PICKLES Pint 19c'
and file the original in the office 23c JorMb.
I St. Vincent's Hospital of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -oY Q Can
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i Sunday School attendance; was or before the WALKER'S SPAGHETTI and
20 day of June 1955; ,
off Sunday, but of the 55 present, otherwise the allegations of said .::::::::::: ...... -
37 were 100 per cent members. Complaint will be taken as confessed :::::::::::: -- .
by you. MEAT BALLS 19cTEA
Our Training Union is coming This notice shah be publishedonce OUR OWN
each week for four consecutive Can
I along all the and time we how are to learningmore conduct graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I ......:, -. R. A"G E ANN PAGE SALAD

these sessions. All our RA's and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .. ., -. .
Clerk of thu Circuit Court.
GA's were not able to be present Bj Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk ljjjW'i Q
last Wednesday because of sick- >__ 5/20 tt 6/10 ':i % Ib.Pkg. 53c DRESSING sort J.3c

ness. We hope all are well by the la Circuit Court. Bradford County .
next meeting. I Florida) la Chanrrry.Owen : ANN PAGE Prepared
O. Smith. Plaintiff, vs. AliceM.
Brother Higdon wishes each and Smith, Defendant. WITH : .
every Long Branch member to Case No. 10-1)19 7i: i
Order Of P..IC'.tloaad Notice r-: SPAGHETTI 2 20'/2-oz. 29c'
attend services next Sunday morn- To Appear State Of Florida Tot D .,,:,::, I JANE PARKER APPLEPIES Cans
ing. He has announced his subjectas Alice address M. Smith is; Spring whose Mills residenceand Pennsylvania lU E iHff!
"Win or Lose, But No Draw" JANE PARKER Golden
and the You are required to appear on j I
Scripture is
verse j
June 27. 1955, in the above named Model.J341 ..
3:1.School. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff / ;:.:'.:'::'.
1 tURE :::::':: LOAF CAKE 2Sc
Is out for this term here seeks divorce. S 8-inch 39c each
Bradford County Telegraph shall .
at Clay Hill and I suppose there publish this Order in next four .J.I'ljltt.f. tJ/i/ each
are quite a few happy children. weekly issues.Witness IOXA BRAND
my hand and official ;ifim, .
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NO more school for the summer. seal at Starke, Florida this May ?" '

Wonder just how happy the parents 20 OFFICIAL, 1955. SEAL) Ctsries A. Darby MASTER : ... TOMATOES 303 Can 10C
( .T.y.lillHIfIfffJffffiffffHfHEEiJffffffI:
, are about this? By Marian L As Crosby.Clerk Deputy of said Court Clerk HUGE OVEN. SIG I CA PA C, ::,:;=1':;;::::::::m"FOCUSEDHEAT" ;:::: A&P GRAPEFRUIT
tiVV VVVVVVV'V VYVVyyVVIy, Lloyd Bans 30% Clark Building.
Attys.Jacksonville tor Plf.Florida. 5/27 4t 6/17 JUiCE SULTANA BRAND t
In Circuit Court, Bradford County, 46-oz. PORK & BEANS lOc
-KlorlJni I. Chancery.Lorena BROILER. AND BROIL UNITS SURFACE UNITS ? 15c tan
Sirs. II. M. J\1daA S. lloyd Plaintiff, vs. Roy Can
Boyd, Defendant.
: Hoy Boyd whose residenceand
attending the Tri-State address Is: 115 East Street.

Fellowship at Magnolia Baptist Lake You Charles are hereby, Louisiana notified that a : -'lQ, Ji YJiX9 5E I ill W Bl ti Em IT!( : I ANN PAGE GARDEN SAUERKRAUT 19-or Can 10cRELISH
Church near Branford last Friday suit for divorce has been filed __._ _.. :
against you in the above named
night reported a wonderful time.
Court and cause and you are required A&P Fancy CRUSHED Hawaiian
Mrs. W. E. Hall and Mrs. E. S. to serve a copy of your an
We Service What We Sell
Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. swer or pleading to the complainton
I Guy Hall and family at Cocoa the Green the Plaintiff's& Green. Starke.Attorney Florida 10-oz. 19c PINEAPPLE 2 20-oz. 45e
first of last week. and file the original in the office of Jar Cans
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Rev. W E. Hall will leave Jacksonville before the G. L N'GRI BLUE TAG BRAND-Elberta Freestone
27 day of June 1955;
by plane tonight for Ft. otherwise the allegations of said
Worth, Texas to attend a meetingof Complaint will be taken as confessed -

the directors of the Bible Bap-. This by you.notice shall be publishedonce GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES ,. REGALO CASHEWNUTS I! PEACHES 2 Cans 1 Mb. 39c I i
tist Seminary each week for four consecutive Walnut
weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Cor. Call & Sts. Starke Fla. Phone 229
Arley McRae of the U of F graph. 1
visited his parents, the J. W. Mc- ,:
Raes, and other relatives and
friends here last weekend. I 6oz.Pkg.. 23c

Mrs. Roberta Lamb of Ona and Y" 1/'uit: & Vegetable* .

her sister, Mrs. Alice Crosby of;. _
Plant City, are visiting their bra- '" i

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Keystone HeightsHas

Garden, PartyThe Mr aDd Mrs. Curtis O Jonesof
Starke announce the birth of

Keystone Heights Woman's twins a daughter, Virginia Lee,
Club held its last meeting of the t 5 pounds and a son, Anthony Curtis X

year when members and friends r 6 pounds, 6 oz., born May

t'. Gladys MootyPhone gathered on Tuesday, May 24, fora 28 in the Doctors Hospital.Mr. ,
: colorful garden party on the
35 and Mrs. James Wilkerson
spacious lawn at the home of Mrs.

I' "J Bert Christoffers on Lake Geneva. Lawtey announce the birth of 1x 1xJf
V a daughter, Kathy Loretta, on
Tables were placed at intervals on
| May 29 in Starke MaternityHos
the lawn, with the tea table at-
fs + tractively set with crystal and I ..... ,
silver. Guests were greeted by I -
: the hostess, Mrs. Christoffers, and 1[ YOU'LL LOVE the new lrterI : I

s S J the retiring president, Mrs. Francis I| brook purse-size fountain pens In
.w s P. Egan. pastel shades. Only S2.58 at Bradford -
; Miss r The new officers for 1955-56 ('oretty Telegraph.

i werelnstalled in an inspiring service -

conducted by a past president, ,
V V/"- -f-' "----'*<&" V-jm.*--- ff f ff'Jhen -
Hazen Mrs. B. H. Rose. As Mrs. Egan 0c

introduced each new officer, the

charge was given by Mrs. Rose, ,, 11J

who also presented the new president Pictured above are pupils of Miss Louise Stern who appeared in
Weds and Mrs. Egan with an arm > their annual spring recital last Friday night the
: ....1s4.f Mr. And Mrs. Cowen : in Woman's Club. J
bouquet of gladioli. : i From left to right: Rose Marie Starling, Terry Duke, Sue Deas, Freeman ,Junior Club Plans
New officers installed were: Entertain MembersOf I
Register III, Gayle Edwards, George McAliley, Suzanne Judd, 'Hamburger FryThe
Max \1 President, Mrs. Chas. T. Smith; Science Class Bobby Simmons, Bill Green, Perman Roberts, Buster Partin, Kay 1
Vice President, Mrs. Gay Livingston :
Hart, Brenda Lewis, Marilyn Hernwall, Mary Ann Long. Barbara Ann Junior Woman's Club is

r Sara: 'Recording McDonald; Secretary Corresponding, Mrs.i, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen en- Blankenship, Mary Catherine Wainwright, Carolyn Vickers, Linda Kay !giving a hamburger fry for their

Furlong Secretary Mrs. H. J. Boatwright regular meeting was held an mem- Sale, Ida McAliley, Miss Stern, Barbara Matchett, Babs Lance, Betty husbands and dates Thursday eve- I f
; of which Mr. Cowen is sponsor, I ning, June 9, at 7 o'clock at the
and Treasurer, Mrs. B. R. Weld. Ann Simmons, Sandra Carmichael, Nancy Bates, Gail Duke, Virginia .
at a hamburger fry from 6 to 9 [home of Maj. and Mrs. Harry Hat-
Mrs. J. H. Tullis was elected and Hatcher, and Sue Johnson. Carolyn Vickers was awarded a Junior i
o'clock Tuesday evening in their cher, Jr. at Camp Blanding.
installed as Director for three back yard. Course Diploma by the Art Publication Society, and other students

years. Mrs. Egan, as retiring who participated in the theory classes received statuettes of their CARD OF THANKS
After the delicious
President, becomes a member of supper, the favorite composers.
the Board for one year, Mrs. F. regular meeting was held and'members We wish to thank everyone for
Mr. and Mrs. Vasco V. Hazen announce the marriage 'of their were given silver science club'
M. Walrath and Mrs. .J. C. Det- WSCS NoticesThe WCTU Announces all their prayers and gifts duringthe i
daughter, Marcia Kay, to Max William Furlong, son of Mr and Mrs. weiler continue as. Board mem pins upon completion of their pro ,'
: J. W. Furlong. The wedding took place May 17 at the home of Rev. jects pertaining to science. The Methodist WSCS circles .Contest AwardsInstead illness and death of our loved YV Halloween time
bers.Mrs. projects must consist of 15 hoursof one. God bless you all. -- Mrs.
and Mrs. Herbert Etheridge in Kingsland, Ga. Smith accepted the gavel will meet next week as follows: Comes around
Both Mr. and Mrs. Furlong are graduates of Bradford High School, from Mrs. Rose and made a few out-of-class work. Several members Circle 1, Mrs. H. H. Adams, of the regular afternoon I Elam Lewis and daughter. A lot of plumbing
made oral reports pertainingto session of the Laura Scott Union,
class of '54. Mrs. Furlong is also a graduate of Jones Business College -brief remarks on the. success of the leader, will meet Tuesday morningat Work is found.
their projects before the awards WCTU, the May meeting was held '
in Jacksonville and is now employed at Humphreys Highland club for the past year and her 10 o'clock in the educational WANTED
were given. at 7:30 p.m. last Friday in order I
plant. Mr. Furlong is an Airman Third Class with the U. S. Air plans for next year. A few com building with Mrs. L. D. Vining as I
Among the outstanding reports that the honorary members and Listings in $2.000 and $4,000
Force and left last week, after a 30-day leave, for 18 months tour of mittee chairmen were named at hostess. participants in the I
this time but the were those given by Charles Kirk- Temperance Bracket. Have Buyers Waiting
duty in Japan.Wesleyan. complete list': land and Wickie Rimert on the Circle 2, will meet in the edu-I Scripture Verse Contest, sponsored .
not be announced
until later. Listings Appreciat
model and construction of their cational building :Monday after- through the high schools, might I
The members voted last month ed. Free Open Listings.
Guild SternJohnsonMiss automobiles which noon at 3:30 o'clock. attend.
they plan to enter
Met to hold a bazaar in November in the Fisher Body craft automobile Circle 3, :Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Mrs. Florence Hipple, president, I STROUT REALTY
Tuesday NightThe with Mrs. J. A. Williams
Ona Stern, daughter of as' chair contest held in Detroit, leader, will meet Monday after presented an animated Flannel-
Wesleyan Service Guild Mr and Mrs. Harry Stern, and man. Mrs. Emory Cooper, founder Mich. this summer. Charles is noon at 3:30 o'clock in the educa- graph cartoon entitled "The MouseTrap" I Mrs Johnle Hansen, Rep.
Bernard Jacobsen Jr., son of Mrs. and chairman of the new library I and Starke, Fla. PHONE 414-J
, of the. First Methodist Church met entering his second car and Wickie tional building. showing the danger to
E at the Bernard Jacobsen, .Sr., will be announce that it will be j young people, as well as mice, in j j
Tuesday night Kingsley is
united in marriage Sunday, June open all summer. As the libraryis entering his first. being too easily led into danger. ..-' : :. -'.' _- '.'.. ... ,- .- .
Lake home of Mrs. C. H. Nas- 1 OES Notice -: : : '' ",:; : 0 ; __ __:- :;;..: .o :._: :_.:;-- "
1 25 at 3 o'clock] in the Kingsley a volunteer service, Mrs. Cooperis Jerry Colley, a member of the The meeting was then turned i '
.! worthy. Lake church.No in need of some workers to fill club, entertained the with S
Baptist to W.
group over H. Nollman, chairman H
Following the devotional by Mrs. I I The Order of the Eastern Star I
vacancies members town
invitations are being sent of leaving aerial films Starke and of the \i./i
Ruth Johnson, an impressive of vicinity will hold its regular meeting Mon committee of honorary ; '
All friends and relatives are in for the summer. She is also planning 6 8 o'clock in members judging the entries inj SPRING SALE {
candlelight service was head for vited. to open the library in the The meeting adjourned until day night, June at contest He j f
the installation of new officers mornings for the, children. At school begins in September. the chapter room. the gave an interesting' -j p4cV
talk to the
with Mrs. W G. Haile acting as &. ; young people concerning I
present the is Monday TI
library -
open the work t
installing officer. Legion Auxiliary and Friday afternoons from inished and concluded they by announc-had just! I

After the meeting a covered Membership UpMrs. 3 to 5 o'clock and Wednesday
ing the winners in the contest asj I
dish supper was enjoyed by the evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
: Miss Ruth Lee, Starke,
12 members and seven visitors M. M. Morgan, presidentof There is a fine selection of books, first SEAT
place; Florence Martin,) S
present. the American Legion Auxiliary, many new ones and a particularlygood
Lawtey, second place; and Brian'' .
Post ,:16, reports that since Arch library of children's books. Kucera -w., -
State Farm, third place.I
Woman's CouncilTo Thomas Jr. has been elected Department Membership is $I per family per Never knew there were so many Shepherd Air Force Base, Witchita Mrs. Hipple presented the awards

Commander of Florida, year, or a daily charge of 10 cents flowers in Florida until visitingthe I Falls, Texas for two years duty. with a few words of commenda-i i COVERS
Meet Tuesday the membership in the Auxiliaryhas for three, days. cars full that were gatheredby See Sharon Green is replacing tion and encouragement. |

more than doubled. The outgoing president, Mrs. members of the Starke Garden Lois Johns on the telephone switch- A social hour after I,
The'Woman's Council of the was enjoyed, "
Egan, expressed appreciation for Club last Friday and Saturday to board while Lois is on two weeks which refreshments i
First Christian Church will meetin were I
BAKE SALE this lovely silver tea and garden be taken to the Lake City V. A. vacation Barbara Norman is 4-Door. !!
the church auditorium Tuesday The Presbyterian Women of the party and wishes to thank the' Hospital there were around on full time now at Ducky's, replacing the H. H. Adam. and W. B. j I '3 20 .
night, June 7, at 8 o'clock with r I Sedan V I
Church are having a bake sale committees: General Chairmen and 300 vases full, arranged by Barbara Grace Griffis who has retired Mundy families have moved toj t

Mrs. Wesley Andrews presiding. Saturday morning from 9 to 12 Installing Officer, Mrs. B. H. Rose, Alvarez, Clara Hazen, Mil- for the time being .. .- Faye their respective cottages at Kings-\

Circle 2, Mrs. Bessie Colson, o'clock in front of Barksdale's assisted by ,:Mrs. B. R. Weld, who dred Doyle, Ethel Raymond, Jessie Paulk is home on a week's vacation ley Lake and Loyree Hartmann! "
. leader, will have charge of the Dept. store with circle 2 in chargeof presided over the guest book; Mrs. Young; Arlena Harding, Lula from the Fidelity-& CasualtyIns. has rented the Bryant Carroll CHAS G.: SHEPHERD

program. the sale.ALVAREZ' Cleone Co. Jax Jackie and cottage on for the I
Harvey[ Baxter, Mrs. C. D. Dwyer, Sparks, Gladys Mooty, Colley Kingsley summer

Mrs. John Karges, Mrs. Sara McDonald Hazen, Cora Quattlebaum and I Betty Ann Simmons are seen behind Judge and Lois Ferryman TV RADIO SEAT COVERS
Mrs. Wm. Siprelle Mrs. Clara Leaman Taking them the fountain at Koch's this plan to move out to their
Men.8.Clothing _- -.:..-. : ._ -_. ,,' 'c.-. -':: -' ;;:':" ... ';;' .."":: "" --
; ; <
11'1 III STORE Established 1894 1"11 Daniel Sullivan, Mrs. W. J. White- up to the hospital and distributing I summer cottage on the lake within the I = ; : : :- ':- : ; :.o

sides, and to the hostess, Mrs. them at each bedside and in the Spending the past weekend at next two weeks and Gene and,

Christoffers, who is a past president day rooms were Clara Leaman,I their represetive camps in the Hazel Matthews and family will
y- of the club. Cora Quattlebaum, Barbara Alvarez scrub were Bill and Alyce Graham probably move out to their Kings-

That's Our Business During the summer Mrs. Smith and Selita Thomas this' ,. Buddy and Lil Bishop, Red ley cottage next week see Hal
nV L S S will hold monthly board meetingsand project is an annual event for the I I and Thelma Alvarez, L. J. and and Inez Hamilton have movedto
If It's Glass We Have Itl! will make. plans for the bazaar club on Memorial Day and all(Audrey Kite, Jack and Jane Tra- 324 Cherry St. from Jax and
CALL WRITE or VISIT next fall. those who had a hand in this tremendous wick, and Fain and Haven Bate- Hal is opening a septic tank business -

1 undertaking should get a man from G'ville ... Sylvia Paulk at the corner of 11th and

Joe Peters Glass Co. .- well earned word pf praise. and Carolyn Crews made a per- Water Sts.Orchids .
-" ..-- .. -- -- Hear that the following youngsters sonal appearance at the Veteransof to Dr. and Mrs. W. E.
were among those appearingat Foreign War show in Brunswick Middleton who celebrated their
Wash Your Clothes the Nancy Jane. Wilson Dancing Ga. last Friday evening 55th wedding anniversary last 4
We Design' Modern Store Fronts School Review in G'ville last Mrs. W. D. Faxon reports that Friday, May 27 Mrs. J. B.

Just bail Us A Pattern for 9 Pounds Friday night:. J. Roy Chasteen, she called her son, Petty Officer3c Sapp celebrated her 69th birthdayon

Table Tops Sharon Noegel, Joyce Denmark, Buddy Faxon, at Corpus Christi May 31 Mickey Dansby F ; S

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4333 For 40c! Charlotte Hazelwood, :Marcia Haynes Texas last Thursday eveningshe celebrated his 8th birthday last
Hope Holliday, Suzi Broadway hadn't seen him in a year and Saturday afternoon at a weiner

: : C_.. ._ : '.. .- c .' : ;"'-.:'. ,. ". _'_.. FREE Bleach If Desired! and Sally Ann Epperson, aUof just needed to talk to him .. roast party for 15 of his little ,
Starke, and Pattie and Mary Buddy said he expected to be friends little Katharine Peek r FJ y
June Bigham of Brooker 1 I home around June 20 for a 30- gave a party for six neighbor- !PI'
LARGE ICE GOLDWATERMELONS among the students arrived andor day leave Hear that the Catholic hood friends Thursday afternoonof

We Will arriving home for the summer Men's Club dance last Satur- last week in celebration of her .

Dry Your Clothes holidays are: from U. of .- day evening was a huge success 3rd birthday, and Dot Sheppardand 1I'
Nancy DuPre, Martha Landrum, and all who attended are planningto JoElla Hardy are celebratingtheir : S SS ;

For 20cIn Adel Scholl, Kathryn Kelly Patsy attend the next one in the birthdays today (Friday) t -r

GUARANTEED RIPE Kucera, Charles Lawson, Robert near future the Brownie Eldon and JoElla Hardy will cele- 'S'J. '
New Automatic Driers! *
Taylor, Levy Canova, Ann Cress- Scouts spent Thursday at Silver brate their 14th "wedding anniversary -

MARTIN'S FRUIT SHOP ler, Gene Shaw, jimmie Moncrief, Springs with the profits derived on June 4 J. I1L
Jimmy Reddish and Steve Weldon; from their cookie sale last month Hear that Tom Jackson, son

Johnny Kopelousos from Emoryat chaperoning the group were of Bill and Pat Jackson, receiveda y _
|N. Temple Ave. Starke Florida/ The Washeteria Oxford; Agnes Lawson, Ann Ruth Baker, Clara Colson, Lucille $5: gift money order Wednesday M ,.

Johns and Florence Brown from Edwards, Mary Starling, Gail from the president of Western
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FSU; Cadet Butch Smith from Duke and the leader, Edith Reiner Union as a prize in the recent

.- -, '.. Ga. Military College; Lewis Haines on Tuesday afternoon, at the Mother's Day messagewritingcontest
temple Ave StarkeI
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.n. m" .
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1 who received his degree from Brownie Scout meeting in the Congratulations! .

r 1 I --- Stetson Law School; Billy Cress- Methodist recreation building, Bob- Seems to be all for now See "1 feel happy as a lark, breezing along in

'.. - ---- r ,.. ..' ler and Kaspar Duncan from bie Faye Smith celebrated her 9th you at the stadium tonight to
Large 7-Piece Emory University. Virginia Sewell .birthday with a party for the watch our happy seniors receive my new car; happy, especially, that I financedit

will be home June 15 from North Scouts and refreshments those long-sought sheepskins "
side Elem. School in Fort Lauderdale There certainly is a bunch on Carolyn so economically, through my bank.

LIVING ROOM where she teaches and Marcus the moving list this week eitherto -
Brown will be home June 15 the lakes or otherwise: the
.. from the University of Miami William E. Hendersons have moved PEST CONTROL WE TAILOR AUTO LOAN TERMS TO SUIT THE BOR

GROUP Medical School also among into Pinehaven; Mrs. G. A. Rimert ROWER. BEFORE YOU CHOOSE A LOAN PLAN, SEE, USI!
he. students coming home are Tom and son, Wickie, will spend the 1, TERMITESALL

and Judy Slade from Emory at I'summer in Cincinatti, Ohio with JI TlrES OF
Oxford, who plan to spend the the J. E. Trussells, and Wickie
summer; in Starke and his brother-in-law, James Household Commercial
$159.95ISofa Cpl. Ronald Andrews landed in I Trussell will spend the next two GROVE SPRAYING

El Toro, Calif. Tuesday after 14 weeks in Canada fishing;; the Call for estimate FLORIDA BANK <" STARKE

months' duty in Korea with the Carl Johnses plan to move out to I Florida Pest ,
3--End Tables i 1st Marine Air Wing Kingsley Lake the end of next w.w

expected home soon for 30 days week Tommy and Marion & Chemical Co. Member Florida National Group

1 Coffee Table l"H RAccooN DOoocLAFMN.: leave hear that :Major Richardand i Ritch and youngsters have already 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035 Ii.: .&

1--Big Lounge Chair -- 6 IN AULOUtWARO*P tAR4NCt S A Bunny Kidd and children, who moved out there Jack t Galnesvffle, Fla
SACCOOM.'BUT' ITS FEET ARE DIGIT have spent the past two years in and Dorothy Waters and daugh- '
1-Large Table Lamp GRADE NOT: PLANTIGRADE;AND i Japan, have been transferred to ters, are renting the Col. J.. A -

3-Tables ., 111 15 A IWt DOG- I the Norton Air Force Base. Calif Griffin cottage on Kingsley this i I

I--Scatter Rug Don't be caught without a 1 Bunny called her sister, Florence month Denver and Chessie

good picture likeness of yourself Flynn, one night last week Devrick and family have movedto VISIT CALL WRITE
and both had a hard time catch their cottage on Bedford Lake
and member of .
every your ing up on two :years of accumulated Lucille and Ronnie :Mundorffand
family. Who knows you maybe in their alloted time .
gossip family have moved from their I INC.P.
called upon for a picture. If 2nd H. Irvin Andrews is home on house, corner of Christian and I MARION FINANCE COMPANY, .

you want a truly beautiful picture leave from Lackland AFB, Texas Pratt Sts., to the former Lemuel

that would reproduce wellon and will report to the flight school Colson house on Laura St. which

y the society page. be sure Moultrie, Ga. next Tuesday they recently purchased the O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE

to call the BULLLVGTQN sorry to hear that Dr. O. L. Hay- Bill Seimer family, who lived in

STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP. nes is leaving us soon after just the house next door to the Mun- 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

setting up his dentistry office dorffs, will rent the house the

here he and wife, :Millie, and Mundorffs vacated the Jesse

daughter, .Marcia, left Wednesday Smiths have moved into their
for Atlanta where Millie and lovely new home on new Blanding $15.00 LOANS S $300.00PHONE

STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP Marcia will stay for the time being Hiway .. Norma and Cliff Cur-

with Millie's parents, Mr. and rie have sold their house on W.

Similar To Above Photo All Items Not Shown Mrs. David Scott while Dr. Haynes Madison St to :Mr. and :Mrs. C.M. '
will report June 5 at Gunter Williams of Jax the Curries COLLECT

." .. '. Air Force Base, Montgomery, Ala. have purchased a home in Lake
,,_ __ __ .. --. ___ -.. .. u. _, _.__ y I for three weeks, then on to the I City and moved there Wednesday



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_t Ii444tJ_ CUB SCOUT PACK: 70 Odis M. Williams, deceased.
June. 2, 19:
aDrtTltt C. Jones
Administrator Of The Estate Of ,
Odis Williams, deceased

.ILi : la Clrenit tonrt. Bradford 6,2 County H 6.d",1 HUNDREDS

__ Florida In Chancery.
Theodore Thomas Ludlum. Plaintiff

J__ i,ant.vs. Jessie' Reidpath Case Ludlum.No.Deft'ndI 10-1029 I of details are managed and economic-

THE NEWS V&L_ Order Of Publication And Aotice ToAppeari I ally attended that only a trained and
State Of Florida Toi
;,S4 I 5 I Jessie Reidpath Ludlum. whose L careful organization can attend when
- - - S residence and address is: 12SO Con-
---- -- --
: ne<-utt Ate.. Washington, D. C. the urgent need for serving is at
Martha Van Landingham is Mrs. Mattie Gahagan left Thurs- .11 __ You are required to appear on hand.DeVVITT. SS
_., July 3. 1955 in the above name
spending this week with Jean day for Bluffton, S. C. to spend ;; 'Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

:Mundy at Kingsley Lake. On the Emmett weekend with Mr. and Mrs. : : seeks Drad10raoun11 divorce. Telegraph shall C. JONESPhone
Jean entertainedat Gahagan.
Monday evening, : publish this Order in next four
a swimming party for 15 of I Those attending the "One Great weekly issues. 7 Starke Fla.
Witness my hand and official seal _
her friends. Day in May" meeting Sunday afternoon __ at Starke, Florida this May :31. 1953. ee.flee pss rsssp 1
at Holy Trinity Church, V (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
--- Funeral Director Ambulance Service
S Clerk of said Court
Gainesville, were Rev. R. E. Mac-
'_ By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Blain, :Mrs. Herbert Thomas, :Mrs.H. Chas, R Hess. 204 Guaranty Life Our local funeral home enables 09 to offer conveniences &n'

C. Brown Gail Duke Miss __ ___ 1 I Bldg. Jacksonville, Florida. I
__ _ ,I_ ..4 Attys for Plf. 6.'3 4t 6/14 services not otherwise available.
COLONIAL Clara Leaman, Mrs. P. J. Quattle- S S c -

baum Mrs. Mattie and H .- Ss.SSprsSssrpflra-rg-s-ss.t.rrss--srrrss aat
Gahagan __ .NOTICE. 10 APPEU S rss
__ I
John Powell. The. meeting was to In Florida Circuit In Court.Cbaneery.Bradford County. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

FLORISTPHONE discuss the new curriculum for the i Nina H Sanders, },Plaintiff vs. Glenn accept AIr life insurance policy in force, issued by ANT
Schools which is being put It Sanders Defendant. !
Case No. 10-1031: company as payment In part or in full on a funeral
out by the Episcopal Churches.Mr. Notice To Appear 'I Consultation carries no obligation.
To. Glenn R. Sanders, whose residence -
218 and Mrs. D. F. Krass of St. ,
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and address Is: Oceola Hotel, "- aad
Petersburg were weekend guests of Geneva, Alabama.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe, Sr. Twenty-four members of Cub Park 70 are pictured above at their meeting here this week. 1st row You are hereby notified that a I
suit forDivorce
The Howes Mrs. Helen also had as of Sunday Keystone ((1 to r) Michael Sheppard, Al Yancey, Larry Xoegel Ste\ie Yancey, Tommy McLendon James Smith, and restoration, alimony, of attorneys.maiden name feet i a. . B B 43 B B B B

guest, Egan Theron Hunter Tommy Andrews. 2nd row ((1 to r) Tommy Huggins John Adams William Melson, has been filed against you In the
Heights. I I above named Court and cause and I
FLOWERSFor Expert Lubrication at Seymour's I Mark Adams, Don Thompson, Leonard Dugger, Wayne Kinney. 3rd row ((1 I to r) Nat Dankel, Jack Mc- you are required to serve a copy of Cd

I 66 ServIce Station. I Comb, Buddy Xoegel Harold Seymour, David Ingram, Wayne Farr, Don Hillendahl. 4th row, Arthur your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the complaint a

All Occasions Foft : 'Ilolliday, and Eugene Jones. Williams & Futch. I'. O. Pox CHECKERBOARD NEWS
I Ralph L. Alvarez of Myersspent 188. Starke. Florida.
DISH GARDENS Monday with his mother, and file the original in the office of I

Mrs. R. B. Alvarez."TICKOFF". Mr. and Mrs. WarrenMah1ar I D. R. Edwards of Belle Glade Sheriff P. D. Reddish and son, or the before Clerk of the the 5 Circuit day Court of July on, I| S. By Jim Chasteen

POTTED PLANTS and son of Sellersville Pa. spent and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, Sr. of Vernon, made a business trip to 1955: otherwise the allegations of
I said Complaint will be taken BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
POTTERY last week with Mr. and"Mrs.' Wil- Gainesville were weekend guestsof Dansby, 111. from Saturday to confessed by you. ai

liam Mahlar. their sisters, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Tuesday.Mrs. This notice shall bi publishedonce 10... & Cherry Sts. Sforte, Ro.

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tenly of kins and Mrs. John Love Wilkes. Richard Ray and two sons weeks each week for four consecutive
Flowers 'YiredAnywhere In the Bradford County
A SENSATIONAL NEW Gainesville and W. R. Walters of Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr. and daughter of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Telegraph.

DISCOVERY! Reedsville, Ga. were Sunday guestsof Joanne spent the weekend in I Mrs. J. S. Sapp on Tuesday. (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 31 day) Charles of May A., Darby 1955. "Year's Outlook only IS pounds of feed per bird

, Mr. and Mrs. E. D Tenly. Cornellia, Ga. as the guests of] Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and.Mr. Clerk of the Circuit Court on Purina's famous Growing
Give dog a capsule
Nona St Starke Rid him your of Fleas & Ticks! Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Mrs. J. H. Griggs.. On Saturday;(,,. and :Mrs. Barney McRae, Sr. By Mar'aa L. Crosbv. Deputy 6/3 4t Clerk 6/24 Bright For Hogmen Chow and grain program. This

son, Jimmy, of Tampa were visiting afternoon they attended a tea-,left Tuesday for a week's trip On Profit Plan"Gil program takes the birds from 4%

p AT ALL DRUG STORES Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.I'shower honoring Mrs. Tom Slade,;,through the mountains of Virgina weeks to 20 to 24 weeks. Takes

J. W. Kincaid over the weekend. I!Jr. I'and North Carolina and will visit Fronig. manager of the only 6 pounds of Growing Chow

TTTTT TTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTime Miss Betty Jane Henry of Atlanta Expert Lubrication at Seymour's friends in Asheville, N. C. totoOS'tJe Purina Research Farm hog and and 12 lbs. of grain on good range

and Time is spending this week with 66 Service Station. I I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and steer fattening units, says the to grow the average pullet.

Maj. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher daughter, Marcia visit-
is Kay, were
Mrs. Carrie Adams leaving today outlook is still rosy for hogmen For feeding ease and uniformity -
Camp Blanding.Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. O. G.
&r3tct1 to spend a week with her son Strayhorn 666 who follow a sound feeding and of pullets many farmers
W. E. Johnson and two in Hawthorne :
We'veProven and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Sunday.
Again I management program. prefer Purina Growena, a complete
children of Tatum, S. C. are Judge E. K. Perryman is in
( Ed Adams in Jacksonville and the I
This year the experts look for feed. Only 16 to 18 lbs. of
spending two weeks with Mr. and Atlanta this weekend where he
OurAbility' following several weeks with her,' ,! I the average price to be near the Growena is required for the aver
Mrs. Henry Godwin. son-in-law and Mr. and 'will attend the graduation exer- ,
daughter, I'' I $20 mark. Peak prices are exage pullet. Let's figure to see
Dr. M. B. Herlong and Mr. and 'cises at Emory Sat- WANTEDFor
Mrs. R. R. Turnipseed in Columbus -,' University on I pected soon-in early or midwhich program is best suited to
Mrs. Frank Herlong left Wednesday urday. | I
Ga. |I summer. This means hogmen your needs.
for Waynesville, N. C. to I I Mrs. E. K. and State of
Perryman son, Fla.
:Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and should push hogs fast to get themto
spend the summer at their sum- Comer will leave for
Saturday a
Our Expert Watch Repairs By daughters, Gayle and Dianne, are early markets.
mer home. week in Miami where Mrs. Perry- Builder-Dealers For Percent I HEALTH HINT -
4 spending next week at Daytona Let us help switch
A Watch Maker Formerly Oft I you your
!man will visit her sister, Mrs. C. Panalized homes. For I
Beach. to
hogs the Purina Program now. ,
THE GRUENWATCH; FACTORY MONUMENTSLOWEST Mrs. D. :T. Stroud of Jackson-F. Sayles and Comer will be on i Application.! Write to: Lum- I Gets hogs to market in 5 months. ,o

SatisfactionWILLIAM'S ville was the weekend guest ofj,business. ber .Fabricators, Inc., Fort I Takes only 5 bushels of corn or
Mrs. J. H. Fields. 1 I Jimmy Ritch of Starke and his Payne, Ala. or Call R-2-2363, I 305 lbs. of milo or 320 Ibs. of -

PRICES I Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and i uncle, Hamilton Ritch of Gainesville Gainesville for Appointment.Ask I barley and 45 lbs. of Hog Chow Don't wait until flies affect

JEWELRY FINEST QUALITY I family attended the graduation! spent Sunday and Mondayin for Ernie Teafo.CHARLEY I to make 100 lbs. of pork. production before taking steps
Rome, Ga. where they went to I
exercises Saturday afternoon at More than 32,000 pigs raised Thanks toPurina
, 151 W. Call St. Phone 375 No Extra ChargeFor Stetson Law School at St. Peters-)get Mr. Ritch's son, John, from I at. the Purina Research Farmbuilt to control them.

Starke, ha.AAAAALAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAAAAAAAAAAL. Setting In Or Near burg where their son, Lewis, received -Mt. Berry School. this program. Research we have a
( _ _
Sgt. and Mrs. G. C. Blackmanof simple easy-to-follo\v Fly Control -
his law degree.Mr. I thousands of hogmen
STARKEATLANTIC and Mrs. Lonnie Daniels Albany, Ga. were Sunday guests get prove it to be right. Program.We .
lot Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Chambers.Mr. .
spent the weekend with friendsin have sprays for controlling
I Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Key, Mr. and June Is National
flies in farm buildings, including
Mrs. George Miller and
son, Jack
U .
NOTICE and Mrs. Charley Cowen
H .t and sons were shopping in Gainesville and Bob Humphries, Ray and Mike Dairy Month dairy barns on cons, on stock

.. last Saturday.Mr. Guertin spent Sunday at St. Au- cattle and even in the home.

< and Mrs. J. A. gustine Beach. And xve'xe got Purina's wonderful -
-----'"- -- Bronson of :
Due To The Sudden Illness Of Brad and
I. MEMORIALS Tampa* were weekend guests of t Simpson dry killer you just toss!' on

'I \ ,, .. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. '. Dennison, Ohio and Ralph Simpson MIL K the floor or ground. Jt knocks

IR. F. C. HOLLINGSWORTHMRS. ESTABLISHED 1930 Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Gay of,'of Columbus, Ohio flew here Monday .i H-I 'em dead right before your eyes*

'''j.r I\. 'iI'.. 715 rOHST ST.iACXSONVILL Tampa were weekend guests of Wednesday and were guests \f J I FOR Ask for our pamphlet on fly
of Mr.
and Mrs.
I We Announce The .\ppo.uitmeflt Of !. RO.IIOAChiropractic. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. George Simpson I controL We'll be happy to advise -

, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and it while attending the funeral services pri A'L T you, too.
of their brother and uncle H E
son, Wayne, were visiting their
HANSEN Ed Simpson.
: parents, :Mr. and Mrs. O. W. -

-. White Sr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields Expert Lubrication at Seymour's 'J." Are You Feeding
66 Service Station.
REPRESENTATIVE :Monday.Mrs. Are we, the dairymen, encouraging Profit Robbers?
STROUT Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. E. J.
C. E. Beam and about
daughter, this questionWe our friends and families to
Is not only very effective for Mrs. Lorraine Clark of Tampa spent the weekend
DuBose of Jacksonville Worms will rob you of profits byeveryday
use more diary in
I BRADFORD COUNTY common colds, asthma, hay fever [with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass in frequently products our
have returned from a tripto ( receive direct living? If not diverting food needed for production -
skin rash, allergies, etc., but Bamberg, S. C. to visit Mrs.DuBose's Tallahassee. mail advertising from out-of- should be. of meat and eggs to
is the answer to many "hope-- I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hair and
son, Edward who is a town insurance agents. Is it .
less" Incurable conditions.Rt'lIlo'ing cadet daughter, Ann, of Lake City and If every person In .\
at Carlisle Military Institute.
STROUT REALTY true that insurance rates are Ask us to explain how you can
James would drink
just additionalglass
J Hollingsworth of Laurens one
Cadet DuBose returned with them quite uniform for all worm pigs at weaning for only 4c
will I IS. C. are visiting here due to the Co's"and of cold, delicious, nutritious
nerve pressure for the summer holidays.Mrs. .
that a local-agent thru to 6c per head. over feed cost withthe
,,116 S. Walnut St. Phone 25 restore normal resistance and R. B. Trask of Lakeland ,serious illness of their father, his milk a day, we would be faced new Purina Pig ,ormer. No
functions to each organ of the wag the weekend guest of hermother 'Frank Hollingsworth, in St. Vin- knowledge of with a shortage rather than a set-back. No mixing or measursurplus. -
Starke, Florida cent's Hospital local conditions and his neighbor's Let's all t>encourage
body. Mrs. W. H. Perkins. Herniece ing. It's as easy as feeding.
Carol Searing, went home I Mr. and Mrs. John Torode and needs, can best analyzeand greater consumption of milk by New Purina Poultry Wormer

Mrs. Pauline Torode recommend insurance setting the example in our own
with her for a three-week visit. are expected cov makes worming pullets as easyas
Consult jour Chiropractor to- home Sunday after a ten-day erages required? homes.Purina.
Mrs. E. E. Thornton of Jackson trip feeding, too. Costs only 50
'------a- : = day. If jour case will not respond ville and daughter, Elizabeth spentTuesday during. which they attended the cents thousand birds.
'1i _: . .J.J r-q' Automobile Plan Grows per Merely
< to Chiropractic care we Races in
here with her parents,, Indianapolis, replace regular ration with
will not accept the case. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam. [Ind. and visited Col. and :Mrs. L. Pullets
, at Low Cost wormer which comes with complete -
Mrs. H. B. McLendon and daughter ""w. 'Hieatt in Fairborne, Ohio, and I Charley Johiis&SollAgellcy feed base in Ett form for

IN STARKE IT'S Jeannette, were weekend(Dr. and Mrs. Frank Kilgo in At- I Many poultrymen havegrown 24 hours. Our customers say it's

guests of Mrs. E.' S. Matthews, lanta. sturdy well-developed layers on the slickest yet.
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC enroute from Tallahassee, where I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hodge of Pa- :
Dedicated To Community Service latka were last Friday luncheon
Miss McLendon is a student at I CHASTEEN
"Movie* Are Better Than Ever guests of Dr.
FSU, to their home in Orlando.Mr. and :Mrs. W. E Mid- Phone 13 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
dleton. .
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad CLINIC and Mrs. C. E. Beam will I i I

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. celebrate their 48th wedding an-I Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville A. -

2 blocks north of Post Office niversary on June 4. Planning to spent the weekend with her mother '--- < .' _, .
., June 4-ONLY Sun., Mon. and Tues. be with them on this occasion will Mrs. Bertha Pearce. : "- -- .

June 5, 6, 7 Phone 108 be their children, Mrs. Luther Ad-J Mrs. John Livingston and two _8It $l/Iiij ;$ fti [

Double FeatureDangerous dison, Mrs. E. E. Thornton, Mrs.(children of Melbourne are guests --,-, -, .--. -, .- ;

Office hours daily except Thurs. Lorraine DuBose, Mrs. Dave Pen-,this week of Mr. and Mrs. Henry

Visitor ________ 9to12 1:30to5:30 oyer, and their families, and IvanE. Godwin. Harbert Apartments 111 S. 'Grand'it'w'E'. Masonry Duplex 219-221 Bonner Axe.

and Beam, all of Jacksonville.J. i, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Sommer MONDAY, JUNE 6 2:00 PJL TUESDAY JUNE 7 2:00 P.M.

With Temple and Nix"ensAXD Evenings Thursdayby In St. Peters- and children will attend the Flori- I !S-anitx In .
appointment E. :Mundorff is ( tvvo :-.or, bulldlnes. landiieapederonndx Leu* fhaa block >f the ocean, near S. Peniniinla
da Annual Methodist Conference corner Grandvlevv Ave. and Harvey St., huklneo
,frurg for several weeks with rela- neetloB. rentaaraaUs large lot attraetUely -
\ alHIIUrlll.d, In the heart of actitltiex,
hi only I..d..apt'dlto.r Tile roof, furred
Lakeland Karaite.
I tives. ( Tuesday through few hundred fret from the ocean and \\orld'- nails, hardwood floors throughout, ceramic tile
? Sunday. Famous lirarb Main S'. shopping rrater. Real bath tile Kill, alamlanm frame, Klaus jaloailen.
The Outcast H. in demand each unit ban pri ae ou'.ldeeD. l.hlal1 room bedroom, Litrhen-dlnlnK area, tile
;... ._ ,. -1IE I crushed his arm on a road con- unit

struction. Job, is in St. Vincent's

: : i(I Hospital Mrs. Jerry, Jacksonville Moran of New York I, I II

: I'City is spending a month with her ABSOLUTE _ I Unreserved

ii ,mother, Mrs. P. A. Moore, at

: The Appointment As Dealer I Kingsley Lake. Mr. Moran will

,I join her this weekend for ten days.

la The Court Of The County Judge
FORJOHNSON Bradford ('enuty. Florida I
In Probate.
r- I In Re: Estate of Josiah R. Howe
THE XEW JOIL % \1NH HIT! !:Act ice For Filinir Petition For Final
._ The Nation's No. 1 Star in His MOTORSIN I IM..charee of.Admlnliitrator. Peacock Lodge 3720 S. Atlantic Axe. Circle J Ranch Orange County

-S_ I \ is hereby given that I De-

': :t S Plus "Rhapsody in Rivets. Cartoon AREA jWitt Administrator C. Jones have of filed the my estate returnsas of New and ultra-modern S-unlt motel, overlooking illS acre, mile front on Hwy. 13,
and Latest World Xe\\s I Josiah R. Howe deceased; that I the Atlantic, with private approach to beach. Just 12 mi. S. I;. Orlando. 73 A. mock, bent Mil.improved .
Ill room connect 4 complete kitchenetteXentloeketiKt *. graiwca, finest water,
:hue filed petition dis'chargt'
\ all-electrte nnit_. All completely f.Dt'f,........ Modern home, 2 tenant
and that I will apply to
the Honorable Theron A. Yawn and modernly equipped. Manoary furred wall, hone, large al..I... equipment .shed pea
CHARLES S. PARTIN .'County Judge of Bradford County. teraxzo rioorn, glann jalounien, tile ..11111, automatic for 45O: head dipping;; *"ah electricity, telephunranch ...
_____ YOU ARE INVITED Florida on July 5, 1955 for approval forced air heat, ,.ro"-\ ..l1atle.. Large ground, Id...., home or for future Greater Orl".,....
S _S_ S S TO VISIT 'of the same and for final discharge paved parking area _ _ _ _ _ _
_ Wed., Thur. and Fri. OUR STORE AND INSPECT ''as administrator of the estate of
S June 8,9, 10 THE OUTSTANDING FEA- Josiah June R.2, 1S55 Howe, deceased. TERM : 2O% Donn at .Auction on all properties; Balance announced or pay all ca..h If denircd.

---------------. DeWitt C. Jones
I I I.' TURESOFTHE Administrator Of The Estate Of ANY OTHER AUCTIONS
: Josiah R. Howe deceased
-r-- 'cLCilFlui i/! 4t /24 \tm Booted for Kunimer month la Florida a* well a* eteral other atat,.. We till have a few kelertdate
} open during June aad July. If you vUh to !SELL! and would like for ear of oar npr.tath
"Catfishing" Cartoon an I Starring NEW 1955 JOHNSON 1. Court Of The County Judge to di.CHM and explain the, 1I\S: ltOIGIl Sale Fast Sure, Fair Plan, Contact Our Office AT O.MEMien _
Bradford ("ou.'", Florida : : Orlando Phone 3-0,79.
Chapter 9 Serial \ ANNE BAXTER In Probate.In II i

1 Re: Estate of Odis M. Williams _
NoSier For Filing Petition For Final

DOYLE E. CONNER : STEVE FORREST Complete Stock On Hand TO DlM-haree ALL WHOM IT tdminlktrator.MAY CONCERN LET US

I Notice Is hereby given that I De- Write For
I \Witt C. Jones have filed my returns
COMING SOON |I"SIMONE ROOXT' MAURICE m aa Administrator of the estate of SELL
f I I
Odis M. Wflhams. deceased: that I DescriptixeBrochures
u C "CTllar have filed my petition for final 'OR YOU0

Daddy Longlegs Plus "ifcul RotleuU" Cartoon and discharge the Honorable, and that Theron I will A.apply _ _S _. _i : _ _ ___ ____ _
Latent World Xexxs S.A.L. DepotlI 'County Judge of Bradford County.
With FRED ASTA1RE Florida on July 5. 1955 for approval I''
-- .. -- of the same and for final dischargeas
w__-. r. -- -_ -- .-- -. -. ------ -.- .- administrator of the estate of i



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FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1955-
rTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTtTTTTTm honored at a birthday at Roberta.Hodges Cansey. NOTICE TO -
picnic Defendant.
Case No. 10-993 !. Circuit Court. Bradford APPEAR above named Court and cause and u ,_ __ _. ._ ._ !
Bedford County, T---
Lake Thursday evening, Notice To Appear! Florida !. you are required to serve a copy of ._- - 'i : : -= ;
Chancery : your answer or pleading to the -- ---- -- -, _:--.c_:: =_ ::. : : -- -
HAMPTONBy with :Mrs. T. F. Brown, Frank To: Roberta Hodges Causey, whose Gloria Levine. Plaintiff, vs. Murray on the complaint -

Brown, Mr. and:Mrs. Emory Brown fee residence Avenue and, Augusta address, is Georgia.: 509 Chaf- Levine, Defendant. Attorney T. Plaintiffs David Burns, 308 :

and son, Mr. and Mrs. Perry and You are hereby notified that a Case So. 10-1008 Guaranty Life FOODS FIT
Sirs. D. E. Inn suit for divorce let Ice To Appear.. Building Jacksonville F FOR A FEAST I

daughters, Ruth and Carolyn, present -has been filed against you In the To: and Murray address Levine Is: 755 whose residence -I Florida

LAAAAAALAALLAAALALAALAA&Mrs. Both :Mr. and Mrs. Perry's above named Court and cause and nge. Apartment 1, Brooklyn Stone, Ave and file the original in the office of
birthdays were Thursday May 26. you are required to serve a copy of York. New II the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
; your answer or pleading to the before the .
J. IL Saxon 85.
Vacation Bible School at Hampton complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Ton are hereby notified that a 13 day of June, 1955;

Celebrates Mrs. J. ,H.Birthday Saxon, a native of! Monday Christian June 6 Church, at 9 a.m.will Willard begin and Puilding T. file David the,Burns Jacksonville.original, 308 Guaranty In Florida the office Life suit minor forDivorce child, custody and control of otherwise Complaint fessed the will allegations be taken as of con-said Thriftily Priced 'J

Hampton, was honored on her II!. Jones pastor. Mrs. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on has been filed against yon in the by you.
Jones Miss or before the above named Court and cause and This notice shall be published
eighty-fifth birthday last we.ek by once each week for four
Barbara Hatchett and Mls3 Joyce 13 day of June, 1955; you are required to serve a copy of consecutive
in the Bradford
two parties Tuesday evening at Beat win take charge of the Bible otherwise the allegations ,ot said your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to the complaint County Telegraph.
and Mrs. W. A. Complaint will be taken as confess Attorney
the home of Mr. School program.Mr. ed by you. T. Prank Landrum, Starke. Dated this 12 day of May 1955. .,., l
Saxon and on Wednesday evening This notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles I.
and Mrs. Cv C. Hill visitedin each week for four consecutive and tile the original In the office A.Darby //I/1/////i1f4
following Bible study at the. Christian of the Clerk of Clerk of the Circuit Court
Church. Hampton at the D. E. Hill home TELEGRAPH.week In the BRADFORD COUNTY or before the 13 the day Circuit of June Court 1955 on; By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk !

last week. I Dated this 10 day of May 1955. otherwise the allegations of said 5/13'41 6/3 if
Known mos{ Hamptonltea (OFFICIAL SEAL Complaint will be taken as confessed f
Charles -
by aJIj A. Darby
, I MrS3d Mr James Broome of I I Clerk of the Circuit Court. by yoii. In The Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial !
.. Elien:> Mrs. Saxon was born By. Marian U Crosby This' notice Circuit Of Florida In And if
Miss i Orlando were weekend visitors ai Deputy Clerk iMfi t>& punched For Bradford County

in Hampton and lived lived here the Dan Johnson home In Hamp 6/13 tt 6/8 oinL each.week for four.. consecutlv I In Chancery.
I \
weex in me waaiora; county Ti lc-I No. 10-1011
all her life. NOTICE TO APPEAR raph. Max Nlederrelther. Plaintiff
party Tuesday evening i ton.Mrs. :* Circuit Court. Bradford County Dated this 11 day of May 1J55. Irene Niederreither, Defendant. vs. t
The surprise C. L. Cooper returned home Florida IB
Chancery. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Notice To DefendTo tf
24 was
her birthday, May Tuesday from the Palatka hospital Dorothy Louise DeSwarte Balarezo, Cleric of the Circuit Court : Irene NIederretther, Defendant
Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Plaintiff vs. Carlos Isumael Balar By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. 7 Herzogstand Street, Munich, I
given by where she had been for observation ezo. Defendant. Germany.You !
5/13 4t
Galnesvme. 6/3
Mrs. Mabel Andrews of for several days. I Case No. 10-994 are hereby notified that a suit I
20 guests Settee To Appear.To for divorce has been filed againstyou
Approximately Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Williams Jr. : Carlos Ishmael Balarezo. NOTICE TO APPEAR in the above entitled cause;
were present for games and re. :of: Miami were weekend visitors of whose residence and address is: !. Clrralt Court Bradford County, and you are hereby reoulred to file L- I
Unldad Vecinal Mlrone 8-E. Lima. Florida i la Chancery.
your Answer with the Clerk of this
reshments. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams. Sun- Peru. Michael O. Malone, Plaintiff, vs. Court, and to serve a Copy thereof Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat June 4

Members of the Christian day visitors at the Williams' were suit You forDivorce are hereby notified that a Helen Joanne Malone, Defendant. upon Plaintiff's attorney Samuel V.
Flolch, 409-A Main Street Daytona
Church were hosts to Mrs. Saxon Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler of and restoration of maiden Case No. 10-1006 Beach Florida. not later than theIst

Wednesday evening for ref resh- Lawtey and Aaron Williams of name Notice To AppearTo % day of June, 1955.
with has been filed against you In the If you fall to do so, decree pro
'meats of Ice cream and cake Gainesville.Mr. above named Court and cause and : Helen Joanne Malone, whose confesso will be entered against you ." .'

approximately 20 guests present and Mrs. John Parker visit- you are required to serve a copy of residence is Keller, Virginia, and for the relief demand .in the Bill of I ., Eat- Rite Means
your answer or pleading to the.complaint Complaint. "
Mrs Saxon expressed her appreciation ed Sunday in Valdosta, Ga., with on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. whose address is Box 123 Keller, WITNESS my hand and seal of .:

for the parties and many Mr. Parker's daughter and family, Building. David Burns Jacksonville, 308 Guaranty Florida Life Virginia. said 1955.Court, this 17 day of May, A.D. j .... Less Bone -- Less _

gifts from friends at the partiesand Mr. and :Mrs. Vascoe Bussey. and file the original in the office of suit You for are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

others unable to attend. Attending National Guard ma- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor Divorcehas Clerk Circuit Court Waste .. Satisfac-
before the 13 day of June. County Florida
78 Eighth Graders neuvers at Camp Blanding last 1955; otherwise the allegations of been filed agalnt you In the 5/20 4t 6/10 I

weekend were Ray Brookins said Complaint will be taken as con
Receive Diplomas fessed by YOU. 1 : tion Guaranteed!
Sixteen eighth grade graduates Aaron Williams, and Delmar Wfl- This notice shall be published : ( .
once each week for four consecutive .
at cere- liamson of Hampton. -
received their diplomas weeks In the Bradford County Tele j' I ,.
monies Thursday evening, May 26 graph. ::4- {
before Dated this 10 day of May. 1955. -
School ,-
&t Hampton elementary NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -. .-.-.-.-* '. _ Sirloin Bottom Round ClubSTEAKS
a full auditorium! of parents !. Circuit Court. Bradford Conntr. Clerk of the Circuit Court. or
Florida) In Chancery. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk \,
and friends.On Mleczyslaw Kurszyne. Plaintiff vs. 5/13 4t 6/3
the program featured by the Marie Kurszyne. Defendant.
Case No. 10-1015 NOTICE TO APPEAR I
class were a salutatory address by Notice To AppearTo la Circuit Court. Bradford County Lb

Henry Mosher; valedictory, by : Maria Kurszyae, whose resi- Florida IB Chancery. 69C
dence and address Is: Unknown. Frank S. Terpien, Plaintiff, vs. Helen
Richard Johns; history of the class You are hereby notified that a J. Terpien. Defendant. _
class prophecyby suit for divorce Case No. 10.983
by Dorothy Loper; has been filed against you In the Notice To Appear.To .
James Thomas; class will by above named Ceurt and cause and : Helen J. Terpien, whose residence -
with W. H. Johns, you are required to serve a copy of and address is: 111 E. Oak- + *. t
Dudley ; your answer or pleading to the complaint land Avenue, Pleasantville, New 4 ':' '.' Top Round Or
president of the. class acting as on the Plaintiff's Attorney Jersey. 1 \ :.," : I
T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla., You are hereby notified that a : ;::
chairman. and file the original in the office nit forDivorce Pound

Preceding the class programwere of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Courton minor child, custody and support of LION STEAKS E S 79C

two selections by the school 20 day of June. 1955: has been tiled against you in the
glee club, directed by H. 3. Waters; otherwise the allegations of said : above named Court and cause and
Complaint will be taken as confessed you are required to serve a copy of
and a vocal duet by Mrs. Donald by you. your answer or pleading to the complaint Pound
McMahone and Miss Barbara Mat- This notice shall be published on the Plaintiff's Attorney
once each week for four consecutive Gerald R. Hart. 203 Smith Build- ROAST
chetL Rev. Willard M. Jones of. weeks In the Bradford County Tele- ing, Jacksonville, Florida

Church graph. and file the original In rue office of .. ... ..,,
Hampton Christian gave Dated this 18th day of May 1955. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or /. .. ..,.:'?, : :':'.:/< :
the invocation and benediction, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby before the 13 day of June, 1955;
and Mrs. Floy Sullivan played the By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk otherwise the allegations of said BILL BERRY,popular radio star of WDBO says, "My wife has Eat-Rite FreshHAMBURGER
Complaint will be taken confessed
processional and recessional 5/20 4t 6/10 by you. as always used light Karo for cooking._ and on the table-it's_ Pounds
marches. la Circuit This notice shall be publishedonce q n E 3 $1.00
Court Bradford Couat,. each week for four consecu. I
:Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, principalof Florida IB Chancery.Donald tive week. in the Bradford County dark Karo for the
D. Franco, Plaintiff, vs. Telegraph. me best-tasting
the school and eighth-grade Domenica Franco ,
and Defendant.Case No. 10-985 Dated this 6 day of May. 1955. - -- -_ ._ .-' ,_ .h : _, __ __ ,
teacher, commended present .Votlee To AppearTo (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '., ... .. .. fl_- _:.-
-- -- -
p-p -
past eighth grades for their contribution : Domenica Franco, whose residence By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy dram Court Clerk eating syrup of 'em all -
and address is 24 A\
to the school. Proceeds : Walnut
Street. Saratoga Springs New York. 5/13 4t 6/3 (Limit Two with Food Order)
from class plays and projects have You are hereby notified that a Yes
NOTICE TO APPEAUIB indeed..biscuits
like hot cakes when
financed large fans, record player suit for Circuit Court. Bradford ,
tables Divorcehas Florida In Chancery. I you pouron plenty of delicious dark Karo... Box
visual aid equipment,
been filed against you In the Gregorio Bias. Plaintiff, vs. Patricia '1 there's nothing like it for
I good eating. Satisfyin' 19C
and many other worthwhile above named Court and cause and Vinje Bias Defendant. k CHEER[
items now in use at the school. IOU are required to serve a copy of II Case No. 10-986 '-'T flavor. So rich it stands right up on top
your answer or pleading to the complaint 'l
Notice To AppearTo of
H. P. Morgan, county school on the Plaintiff* Attorney : Patricia Vinje Bias whose 11 biscuits (keeps 'em light and fluffy). Keep ..... -
presented! diplomasto Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith Build- residence and address is: 1814 Temple -I j: J Karo on your table morning, noon and night
superintendent ing, Jacksonville, Florida Street. Los Angeles California.You ,; ..
the graduatea. and file the original In the office of are hereby notified that a tops anything! f All Vegetable (Limit One with Food Order)
class :he Clerk of the Circuit Court on: suit forDivorce -
The stage was decorated in or before the 13 day of June. custody and control of Ask for DARK .
colors, blue and white with twagon 1955; otherwise the allegations of minor childrenhas your grocer Karo, in pint and quart bottles Can '
said Complaint will be taken as been filed against In the
back- you
and star motif in the confessed byyou.. above named Court and cause and CRISCO lPoun 69C

ground illustrating the.class motto, This notice shall be published you are required to serve a copy of -
to a star." once each week for foul consecutive your answer or pleading to the
"Hitch your wagon weeks in the Bradford County Tele. complaint on the Plaintiffs
Members of the graduating graph. Gerald R. 202 .
class are :Mary Davis, Dorothy Dated this 1 day, of May 1955. Attorney Smith Building. Jacksonville.Hart. Whilg to i Regular Hershey's Granulated (Limit One with Food Order)
Geral- (OFFICIAL SEAL) thanes A. Darb) Florida they ; ,
Loper, Elizabeth Taylor, Clerk of the Circuit Court and file the original In the officeof $2.50 !
dine Webber, Joseph Allen, Carroll By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ue. Pound Bag
5/13 4t 6/3 or before the
Barnes, Dudley Hardy, Richard I 13 day of June. 1955: SUGAR 5 39C

Johns. W. H. Johns, Henry Mosher, In Circuit Court, Bradrord Couaty, otherwise the allegations of said
Florida I IB Chancery. Complaint will be taken as con- -t .4. .
Russell L1 Pisano, Jr., Charles John J. O'Malley. Plaintiff, vs. EvleM. fessed by ):.OU. %'0'k'' "
This notice shall be .;. {,<- ..-.-> 190once.
Prevatt, James Thomas, George O'Malley, Defendant.Case published ": .__ ,
i No. 10-996 once each week for four consecutive ":'.'.",..,.:,.L. -- -_ 0 _ _,_ '_ ,- _Tl1U"" ---f__ ,,
Young, Howard Young, and Marion Order Of Pabllcatloa And Notice To weeks in the Bradford County Tele ,"' "'".. __ ._ __.._ __ '_. ---_ _-.rStokely's
Fowler. Appears State of Florida Tot graph. .
Evle M. O'Malley. whose residenceand Dated this 7 day of May. 1955. : :,
the {.'
Classes for all students at address is: Wolf Trap Road, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .+
elementary school closed Monday, Route 3. Box 635. Vienna. Va. Clerk of the Circuit Court Philco Easy-Out Ice Cube Tray
You are required to appear on By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
with no school until Friday, when June 13. 1955. in the above named 5/13 4t 6/3 To adults only. for tell No. 2 Cans .
students will return for their report Court and cause wherein plaintiff ing us what you like best SLICED PINEAPPLE 4 9Stokely's
seeks divorce. NOTICE: TO APPEAR: about new 1955 Philco appli-
cards. Bradford County Telcgrapb shall IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, No
Eighth-graders made their class publish this Order In next four Florida, I. Chaucer ances. obligation. Act at
weekly issues. Peter Zitz, Plaintiff, vs. Ante Zitz. Only one to a customer.
trip Monday, to Gold Head I Witness my hand and official seal Defendant. -
State Park near Keystone Heights. at Starke. Florida this May 10. 1955. Case No. 10-1004

First, second, and third graders, (OFFICIAL SEAL As Clerk) Charles of Said A. Darby Court. JTotlce To: Ante To Appear Zitz, whose residenceand 303 Cans

with their teachers, :Mrs. Floy By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk address is: Alekrandravo. FRUIT COCKTAIL 5 $1.00 1

ullivan and :Miss Louis Raulerson, Cbas.Bid* R.Jacksonville Hess. 201 Fla.AttyJ Guaranty. Life 623 You, Otok are Krk hereby, Yugoslav notified ija. nat a

made a field trip to :Mrs. T. F. for Pit. 5/13 4t 6/3 suit for
Brown's home last week, to see Stokely's
XOTICE T(. APPEAR been filed against you In the
the parakeets which Mrs. Brown IB Circuit Court. Bradford Confer, above named Court and cause and

raises, in various stages of growth. Florida I. Chancery. you your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy the of 303 Cans $ .
James Walter Pryan. Plaintiff vs. 4 1 1Stokely's
BAPTIST CHURCH Lydia Edna Bryan. Defendant. complaint on the Plaintiff .
CALLS PASTOR Case No. 10-1018 Attorney T Frank Landrum. p'-- '
Starke, Florida
Notice To Appears Trade-in
Marvin Faile of Chattanooga, To: Lydia Edna Bryan, whose and file the original In the officeof '
Tenn. called for residence and address is: Box 16, I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
was as pastor !Brigantine New Jersey. or before the 13 day of June
Hampton Baptist Church at a I You are hereby notified that a 1955; otherwise the allegations of ,
>cult for said Complaint will be taken as 303 Cans $4,00
business meeting of the church I Divorce confessed by you. GR'FRUIT SECTIONS 6
last Wednesday evening. Mr. and nan been flied against you in the This notice shall be publishedonce Sale Ir !
and above named Court and cause and each week for four consecutive
Mrs. expect
PaHe baby daughter -
you are required to serve a copy of in the Bradford County Telegraph -
to arrive in Hampton Friday, your answer or pleading to the
June 3, from Rome Ga.. where complaint on the _Plaintiff! Dated this 11 day of May 1955. Stokely's GoldenCREAM
Attorney Alfred C. scott. lOt OFFICIAL.SEAL) Charles A.Darby
they have been visiting with Mrs.Faile's Smith Building Jacksonville Clerk of the Circuit Court
Florida By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 303 Cans $4.00
parents. and file the original In the office of 5/13 4t 6/3 CORN 8
Faile native of Lancaster, S. Court ,
a the Clerk of the Circuit or Ijj
C. who has just graduated from or before the I' -- Never again
20 day of June 1955;;;;: will your old .
Tennessee; Temple Schools in Chat otherwise the allegations of sale I I1I I 'sic' I I
tanooga, supplied the pulpit at Com laint. will J'e taken as confess. ?? ....-... worth refrigerator so much be California (None Over 15c)

Hampton Church several weeks ?d by you.This notice thai b. published Trade it in now Heads Pound

one each week for four consecutive on the new Large 10C

ago.Filling the pulpit at the church weeks raph. In the Bradford County Tele- ( ) 1955 Philco LETTUCE I

TiUman, Dated this 19 day of May 1955.;; p_ that keeps your
Sunday morning was Ed OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dar J I :- : I foods fresher. -
a ministerial student at the University Clerk of the Circuit Conn I '..

of Florida at Gainesville, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 5/20 4t Clerk 6/10 --i I 10.5 CU. FT. TOMATOES Firm Ripe 2 Pounds 29C

and Sunday evening, Henry Martin : ._, -
Baptist la The Circuit Court. Eighth J dlrlal -' S Air Conditioned
of Bayless Highway Circuit IB And For BradfordCounty. -
Church. -State of .Florida : .:: Refrigerator

Vacation Bible School for Hampton -! I. Chancery.Izetta Plaintiff.vs. LOCAL -' Par-ken -
Arlene Turlington. OR LONGDISTANCE ____ Tw1n.SystmIlorefrigerotor-
Baptist Church will begin; Rufus A. Turlington. Defendant. S
Kill To Ileioke A Final Decree of ) FROZEN LIMEADE
Monday morning, June 13, with DivorceTo .. 1 defrosting.
Mrs. C. L. Cooper as superintend : M. SgL Rufus _\. Turlington, L: CANS
address is HQ. : Independent 1 0 $1.00GRAPEFRUIT
I whose residence and SAFE -- .. -. -S ____ "
Company. oth Engr. Brigade A. P. : S_ 2.3 cu. ft. zero
S Ace Frozen
ent.Mr. C High
: and Mrs. C. R. :Moore of II O. 217. care Postmaster- New York, zonefreezer.
Archer visited Mrs. T. F. Brownin You are hereby notified that a Double Depth JUICEAGEN

Hampton las week. Pill of Complaint to revoke a Final S Dairy Bar-
Decree of Divorce has been filed MODEL 1257
Mr. and Mrs. Claude May, Mr. against you. and you are requiredto holds K gallon

and :Mrs. Richard May and daughter serve a copy of your answer or milk cortons.r GREEN
pleading to the Bill of Complainton PHONE 311or -----------
held a picnic at Gold Head the Plaintiffs attorney. U. E. I Giant Cheese

Branch State Park Sunday after- Cowart whose address is Madison, : ) $35 Philco Radio I Keeper. FROZEN PEAS
Florida .and file the original an- F RE E t
noon. swer or Pleading in the office of I with Built-in Kitchen Timer AS LOW ASI $1.00
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Yours I PKGS
and for Bradford County, Florida.on I with purchase of any J
daughters were Jacksonville visitors or before the 27th day of June Agents For THIS Week J WS Phflco Air Conditioned I $ .00 Dixiana FrozenCOLLARD

Thursday and visited the T. A.D., 1955. If you fall to do so, DELCHER BROS. I Refrigerator if you hurry. I +*
Decree Fro Confesso will be entered I._--------------- :-_ A Week I
W. King family.Mr. : against you for the relief demanded GREENS

Mrs. D. D. Brannen of in the Bill of Complaint.The .

Lakeland and Miss JessIe :May hereby Bradford designated County as the TelegraphIs news- R. B. ALVAREZ C. H.

Brannen of Bartow visited the paper published In which once a said week order for four shall con-be NASWORTHYGENERAL CLOVERBLOOM SUPERBRAND

Raleigh Brannens in Hampton for secutive weeks. Transfer and
Witness my hand and official BUTTER OLEO
the weekend. seal this 17 day of May A.D. 1955.
Mrs. Rose Macintosh of Day- (OFFICIAL Seal) Charles A. Darby Storage Co.S. SUPPLIES

tona Beach Is visiting her son and By Marian L. Crosby.Clerk Deputy Circuit Court Clerk Court St. Starke. Fla. 232 E. Call St. Lb

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 8720 4t 6/10 Phone 498-J PATTIES 1-2-Lb3lC MARGARINE 19C

Glenn Macintosh In Hampton for NOTICE TO APPEAR Perryman Bldg. Starke Fla.
In Circuit Court Bradford ,
.a few weeks. County. .. .
Mrs. Mrs. A. H. Perry Florida! IB CIot>erT. wIIU-- .. :- -- d .
and werer
]Robert B. Causey.; Plaintiff vs. -- i ii __ __ ___ J_ _ _.' _, ':: : :, :-.::

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: YYTYYTTTTTTTTTTTYYYYYYTYY.YTTTTTT..TTTTTTTTTTTT..1 racing, tennis, dining and dancing.The nee River last Wednesday.Those i j HI-WAY CHAPEL

MOOR OF INTEREST TO COLORED group left the beach around from here who attended (Assembly of God)
. '" LAtYTEY\ +6 p.m. A motorcade dropped in to i Harold E. Bullock, Pastor
I I I the union meeting at Bethel Baptist -:
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY (continue activities with the Don- i
rJCHURCMliPresbyterian I i aids and Johnsons in Jacksonville. Church last Sunday were Zet-i i I Sunday School 10 a. m Special
7 t By Mrs. Joyce T. FutchpAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ii l iv Oz, ra Johnx>ri. EditorAAAjtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 Persons in attendance were: Levy tie Padgett, Bettie Starling W. C. .,feature: Juniors and Intermediates
f Hardee, Ellen Norman, and Rev.!I
and Beulah Lennon, Mable Jenk- will[ unite in one group taught by

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley of I ings, George Frazier, Elmer Shell, E. C. Harvey. i!'I Mrs. Roberson. Worship Hour 11
16 RJ.E. Graduates Receive Diplomas ,Rachel Donald, Joseph Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis of i
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. la.! m., Evangelistic
Church At The Tabernacle Martha Baker, H. C. Donald, Eve- Jacksonville visited the Albert p.
I I Lynn Mrs.Hamilton Victor Appleby Sunday afte.rnoon.1 l'tlVells, B. Seymour; Green, Normans last weekend. I,I m. Rev. and Mrs. Chester C. Ro-

Sat, 3 p.m. Adult Choir practice F. L. Sacher of Park-of-the- Jacksonville Beach Glover and Jenkins. The Lincoln We are sorry to hear that Gertie berson, guest ministers at both
ter, Beverly, of 'services.
I Palms occupied the pulpit at the spent the weekend, with Mr. and Country Club was the last stop of Faircloth of Clay Hill is seriously -.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Morn- Gospel Tabernacle last Sunday and Mrs. J. E. Warren. the i evening. Persons from Starke ill in St. Vincent's Hospital.I I Gospel Fellowship Hour, 7:45:
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship a I reported a very delightful Memorial She is the mother-in-law of Nelli Wednesday, conducted by Rev. W
brought a message on "The Right Mrs. H B. Ingram Jr. is attending I',:M. Hoard.
8 p.m., special music by Day.Principal Bud Wilkinson. :
Heart. There was no evening a Public,Health School"at the
Junior Choir I Honored Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett of
Public Health Center in Gaines-
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m., service so the congregation could ville. Recently honored by the Shady the State Farm attended church tona Beach are on their vacation

Daily Vacation Bible School. attend Baccalaureate.The Ernest Wells Of Fort Story, Va. I Grove Primitive Baptist Cnurch of services here Sunday. this week and visiting friends and

Wed., 7:30: pjn. Prayer Meeting.FrL regular schedule of services spent several days of last week 4t (Gainesville was Principal S. C.I I Alice Austin and sons of Day- relatives here.

7 p.m. Commencement will be maintained throughout the with his mother, Mrs. Mae Wells. t : I(Price of Thurston school. An edu-{

Exercises of Daily Vacation Bible summer, with frequent visiting Mrs. Leon Sauls of Starke attended cational I program was rendered in I'I'
I School. speakers and musical groups. Baccalaureate at the Law- her honor and she was applauded

tey School Sunday afternoon. Her I:eft to Marie Morris, Coleman John I'for her excellent service in educa-I
: Roger Benny Rudolph
---- :.. ---"- r.... : : : iti :. -.." '- ... ..=-_.;;: sister, Miss Louise Futch, is a j tion and religion. Rev. Gainous, FARMERS SUPPLY
I Scott, Da."idI.t'rs, Timothy Allen, Leo DeSue Jr., I'hilip Hunter,
member of the graduating class. pastor stated that she was one i
Leozie Perry. I of the most loyal devoted
Julia Futch i
members of the church.
Thursday from Tallahassee to Principal I A.. R. JOHNSON
Price candidate for the Masterof
flf :*i is a I
: spend the summer with her family.
STARKE, FLA. Science in Education degree
Miss Arthurine Blanchard spent
I from Florida A & M this summer.II
the weekend with relatives. FEEDS
I '
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Principals Supervisors And WorkshopOn I' -

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Ernest Raulerson were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Marietta; I GROCERIES
/ held at Bethune-Cookman College
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. 1... Raulerson I
\ .': for all principals and supervisors
of Jacksonville. I t ) .
jt # in Florida. is
)b."rf. the state of This
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 1*. Casey I .. (the fourth annual conference of FERTILIZERS

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.- Training Union G:45 P.M. spent the. weekend in Auburndale Left to right: Melanese Barber, Lydia DeSue, Annie Ruth Hagen, Sylvia -.(this type. The week of June 13-

with relatives. Louise Perry, Jewell ,Ann Scott, Evelyn Solomon, Helen Louise 17 will be devoted to discussion ol
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Mrs. W. Fred Moore drove to I I Jackson.On I ways to better teaching or the Phone 51-W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts.

Island Grove Sunday afternoon to I improvement of instruction. Since
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at visit with her father, Rev. E. D. Thursday night, May 26, :Mr.class.I[ Meetings will be held alternately -;this is the main purpose of the

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Boyer of Tampa, who is spendingsome L. H. Gibson, General Supervisorof on Tuesday and Thurs- program of supervision, Mr. Morgan -

time there. Bradord County Schools, day, once each week. The next,I has granted Supervisor Johnson Give him a
'-. -' .' .' -- _.. 0 _- .. ._ Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley were awarded diplomas to the R.J.E. meeting will be Thursday, June 9.Ml I leave to attend this all-im-
in Lake City on Sunday to visit high school graduating class which persons are asked to bring a I iportant work-conference. Summer

Mrs. Bradley's father, Jesse.; Smith, was presented f him by the class pencil and tablet to class. A short I program activities for the second balanced

who is confined to a hospital there.I sponsor, E. R. Shell. Leozie Perry demonstration in English and Pub- week will be steered by Elizabeth

IMPROVES ITS APPEARANCE, Irby Lyle of Adel, Ga. is Visit-]I earned highest honor and Jewell lic Speaking will be given. I I iGivens, teacher of special education '

ing his daughter, Mrs. Leon Wil- Scott earned second place. These Si'ninier ProgramAre I at RJ.E. There will De no diet wifhRBDfRasB" ; A
Too :
PROTECTS kerson. honor graduates addressed the you planning to allow your i lag in the program. Principals ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum and group with much dignity and children to attend summer activ-!I Anderson and Thompkins are doing
family and Terry Futch were business poise. Coach Rudolph (Bunky) '
everything possible to have .
\ \\ ities in the schools? On June 6, ,
\t-1 SEE visitors to Macclenny last Matthews delivered a masterful well planned activities for each .
I p i! at a.m. the program will start.
G I Thursday.. I address that challenged the graduates Our opening assembly programwill day. The feature for each Tuesday -
NI Ray Reddish arrived this week to roll their sleeves, grin '
OARS up take place in the RJ.E. cafe- I and Thursday will be swim-
f p.\t11\ from Arizona to spend some time and do. a good job. I' torium. The inspirational talk ,ming. Regular attendance to Any dog grows faster more vigorously tasty ration for dogs of all breeds
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. The following were giv- will be other activities will make participation when he get a diet that's and ages.
'lJ" persons given by Rev. E. L. Walker,I balanced like Red Rose Dog and For added variety feed your dog
0l 0 E. Reddish. en awards by Supervisor Johnson: pastor of Mt. Pisgah A. I.E. 'I in swimming possible. Per- PuPPy Food AH the essentials dogs Red Rose Dog Biscuits too Wholesome
/ CA Mrs. George. Flynn of Starke ;Valedictorian, Leozie Perry; Sal- Church. Lincoln City. Dr. Florence)j!sons who come only on swimming need for sound growth and energy and palatable,they round out
l visited Mr. and Mrs. O. J." Phillipslast utatorian, Jewell Scott; Student Jennings will give the main address -II days! will be dropped from the roll. are scientifically blended into one a perfect diet for any dog.

Thursday afternoon. Council, Aretha Williams; Best all and tell all interested patrons Church News
I Ip II ''I Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwrigh I around student, Lester K. Ran- pupils and visitors about JI Are all the reporters on vacation -

I _. ._ .. -. ....... ; were hosts at a family dinner on I dolph; best music student, Rose- the program. The general public ? Let us know about your
Sunday in honor of their son, ,Edward .
bud Kittles Excellence in
; girls is cordially invited be church activities so we can publish '
and family, of Buffalo, N. Y'I athletics, Amanda Easley: F..xcel-I for this introductory to program.present I them. ,- .. ,.. .. 0 _0. -_. :: : : =..:::. ...:.
Others were Mr. and
lence in Athletics for boys
Wateroak School Holds Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church,
Louie L. Wainwright and family, Morris. The American Legion Open House I Rev. John Groover, pastor will FACTORY FACTORY
of the State Farm, :Mr. and Mrs.
I award for the high school student I
The last May Day and Open hold regular love feast on Sunday
= SERLyfERS = Henry Wainwright and family, Mr. with the highest average went to House for our schools was held on I morning. The services will be- APPROVED ENGINEERED
and Mrs. Doc Wainwright and
I Essie Mae Aycox. Music letters Thursday, May 26, at Wateroak gin with Sunday School at 10 a.m.,
family, and Dan Wainwright of will be awarded by the music department School. The Homer Williams in charge. 'II
[ BUILDERS SUPPLIED ( Jacksonville.Mrs. exhibit was colorful j Supt. SERVICE PARTS
to Melenese Barber,
j ,and replete with beauty. The chil- Holy Eucharist will be given by .
Claudia Strickland of|Joan Britt, Lillian Legett and dren had been.studying about the pastor during the evening

"CAS X333 S! 1. Gainesville attended services at Uw I David Myers. American Indians which was evidenced -.worship. Washing Reconditioning
First Baptist Church Sunday Painting, Repairing,
: Tyson Family HonoredThe
in their
display. Hobby New Bethel Baptist Church
and dinner guest of I?
morning was
her sister, Mrs. Joyce Futch. I family of Albert Tyson, dependable Club groups shared their projects I I Rev. A Vinson will hold servicesall Wrecker Service '.
bus driver, was cited at also. Special commendations to, day starting with Sunday

I the: commencement for unusual Principals Roberts and Taylor for I II School at 9:30 a.m., Supt. Hankerson -
family cooperation and service in I the very fine work in Arts and' in charge. Teachers participating BRAKE TIRES IGNITION

; education. We are pleased to Hobby Crafts. The featured will include Prof. A. O. TESTING AND STARTER

know that Albert, :Tyson is well guests were Mesdames Marzie I I,I Jenkins, Maurice White, Marion BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR

HOMECOMING on the road to recovery from a recent Barnes and Nonie Pullum. Mother i I Dell, Sophia Royal, Julius Royal LINING BATTERIES
operation at Doctors Hospital.A Pullum was comparing the schools, Deacon Littles and others. Don't FENDER SALES

large bpuquet of flowers was of yester-years with the schools'([I spoil your Sunday by missing Sun- REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL

presented by Supervisor Johnsonto of today. Greetings and remarks'day School. The Holy Communionwill BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICEI'

President DeSue in the absenceof were extended by Principal C. C. be given during the evening

the Tysons. Each year, according Anderson' of Lawtey Training worship hour. "
to Principal Eddie Thomp- School. Music was furnished by Complete Lubrication Service

Evergreen Baptist Church kins, citations will be given to the pupils under the direction of I. .YTTTYY.TYT.Y..TY.Y.Yy________________h_______

oersons who have made outstanding E. E. Minott, music specialist for DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS

contributions to the school the county.Bradford .
Mrs. HIGHLAND! Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
program during year. County Teachers:

Damon Dell was given honorable Credit Union I We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
SUNDAY JUNE 5TH mention for the cooperation and Almost! a score of our teachers Ity Mrs. Lacy Norman ,

flowers she had allowed the schoolto have joined the BCTCU. We could IUAAUU AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr.
use during the year. Principal not recommend a better invest-
could have named : and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and
Thompkins ment for you. You can also borrow -
many more but time would not money for the small interestof sons of Green Cove Springs visited 600 Temple Ave. Phone 69
Sunday School 10 O'clockPreaching permit. All patrons are asked to I one per cent per month on the!the Lacey Normans Saturday jjg "W
work hard next year with the !night While here they celebrated
balance. Shares at
unpaid begin
I Larry's birthday and Mr. and :Mrs.Norman's YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
11 O'clock PTA and Hobby Clubs so that you j$5.I Don't delay. If you are a
ran make the "Roll of Honor" in I teacher join today. I wedding anniversarywith .. .
vour community-school relation-(Beach Outing ice cream and cake. L J-. ...' '. ._= : _: "" --_-_ .-: .:'"
Dinner 1 O' lock ship. Remember "Better Schools \ Also happy birthday to W. C.
On 30 celebrated
: | Monday, May we .
:Hardee 26 John Bennet, ; .. .... .: -..: ..:-' ".. '
Make Better Communities.Ve( :Memorial Day and one of May ; ;: '':- ; > : : :; :: '0"/ "- : ; ":.-: : :"" ;;
t. .. schools and the countyis 24 Rosemary Manning, :May
" '" III II" have better |lour work days on Fernandina :May ; i
making our community' better i Beach. All teachers participating X28; Larry Norman May 25; and

by hard surfacing our roads and(forgot about books, pencils, pens Ruth Marr, May 13. IT'S THE PRIDE OF THE SLEEK
SINGING IN THE AFTERNOON providing other general improve-lend i rules for a few hours and re- Lacey and Leonard Norman enjoyed -

ments." WON'T YOU DO YOUR laxed amid the surf and sand. a fish fry given by NEW BAIL-A-MATIC FLEET!

!PART? I Activities included swimming Mary's Kraft Co. near the St.1
Everyone Welcome! J. E. Lingerfelt Pastor (Adult Class To Meet Each Week ,i

On Tuesday, May 31, at 8 p.m.
\at RJ.E. the Adult Class met for 8t1frf..
"SureWe UseMcCulloch Chain Saws
the second in a series of orientation I
--7-" ':.--:' ::- :":" -.' :_ '..:. v'0: : : '- it'o.: :. .- '.'-. : .,' meetings that will be held by
Supervisor Johnson. According to i

FOR THE PRICE OF THIS RANGE E ONLY't II. Supt.registration H. P.will Morgan take the place official on or EffoU

I about ings are July being 1, 1955.held These to motivate meet- 3GBP

adult participation. We can determine -: "We use McCulloch ChainSaws t Atwater
1I I I from these weekly meetings -\
@ You Get attendance will be,, because they have BAJt-A-MATIC: Power Bailing
what your what it tales to perform t AQUAMUTE bhaulf Intake.
like when the classes actually Silencer HUSH-SUING Mount
\ .lu.....aaaa.... n.uaaaa start and are assigned to the day in and day out on any Complete Shift with Safety-
50 GAL community of your choice. If j i kind of logging job Ands ... ., : > Zoo V-Vobtt Shiftlock. Electric. New ruthlwttonStarter free-Mow\

enough persons in Lawtey are in- we recommend them for and Choke (optional
will be, loggers who want to lower AQUAILADC lower Unit
terested in the classes they 1 emote Control Connection,
u offered there; the same is true for i costs and speed up production ; STOWAWAY Tank Snap-

f ---- GASTANK Hampton Lincoln City, Wateroak R Off HoodHere's
I' .. .. motor with the
and Starke. The State Depart-{ So .Albert Belche n4ll a
@ @ ll says kind of that pushes
ment of Education requires a power
of W. A. Belcher Lumber
president Company
-- each past presi- any outboard hull to new,
minimum of 15 persons for dent of the Alabama Forest Products Association and a heights of performance.The .

) director of the Southern Pine Association. new Scott-Atwater

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S "We.'ve been using McCulloch Chain Saws exclusively since 30 HP tops a sensationalline
of Bail-a-matic outboards
f AND they the market in 1948 he "Their r -
came on says. light
5, 7%, 10, 16
t i i weight, ease of handling and dependability make McCul-! and 30 HP. See it today!
) JUST ONE loch's four outstanding models top choice with us."

,z i INSTALLATIONTHIS FRIGIDAIREMade W. A. Belcher Lumber Company is one of'the largest

only by General lumber manufacturers in the South. JA

i --- AUTOMATIC GAS Motors Corp. All other 30HP
Electric Refrigerators are
RANGE CAN BE YOURS made by other companies MODEL 4.30AMcCulloch $469.50Electric

and cannot use the word Prices of _
t TODAY FOR A S IALLDOWN Frigidaire. Saws Porting model!
Start $195.00 available; at oddlI1! .A.MAJIC ands HUJH-JPUNO MOUNT
----- i f.o.b. factory banal co**. Easy dipping, tponfinf Aquamuti Exhaust anI
,r -- PAYMENT AND f term con be or- pumping. Keene boat Intake Silencer rive you .
I \ : r Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE ranged. dry eutonmUailly. smooth,quiet rides,

Only $1.93 Per Week 7 1 I Oregon All Chains Makes Availableon of .

THEN SEE Come in and see the new Chain Saws

SLADE GAS CO. Gas IsCheaper E. H. SMITHTenth p' I I McCulloch Launmower.Twin-Action. Safety CHASI C. SHEPHERD"RADIO ;


Starke. Florida In Tanks I and Temple Ave. 2727 N. W. 6th Street S TV SEAT COVERS

:i Stark, Fla. I Phone FR-6-3411 Gainesville, Fla.

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Revival To Begin Poppy Sale Nets Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Draw- !he shall forfeit deposit as liquidate
Cadet TrainingBy S-P-O.R-T.I.N-G I ings and specifications may be purchased -\damages. The Bid Bond and Per-
from the above mentionedArchitects forman Bond are required t.)> 1'fl
CAP Will Begin At Gadara Church ;$106 For AuxiliaryThe and Engineers for the :secured from an agency of the
SPORTS sum of J6.50 per set. Specifications surety or insurance company ,,-hi' "
I at $:!0): per copy and partial sets I agency shall have an establish
This FridayThe familiar red poppies, sold lof plans at fifty cents (SOc) per place of business in the City i-f
I annually for the benefit of disabled sheet to cover the cost of printing.'niay Starke and be duly licensed tl' ";1.-
Air Patrol cadet trainIng be purchased General contractors duct business therein.
Civil ,
veterans brought a total of,
who submit bona tide bids Each bid shall be addressed to
*program will begin Friday, $106.32 in the sale sponsored Sat- and return the documents in good the City Council. City of Starke.
Christoffers For School Baseball II [condition. will be refunded the'alove Florida, marked "Addition and
:June 3. Capt. Bert Try-Outs High urday by American Legion Post j
I L4L I cost for as many as two (!) I Alterations. Power Plant City of
has announced, and will be under i ; 56 Auxiliary in Starke and Key-'(complete sets of plans and specifi- 'Starke, Florida", and be delivered

the supervision of Lt. Roy Brown By DAN the FAN i __ I stone Heights. j I'cations.A bid bond properly executed by ,da to,City either Clerk by City a representative of Starke. Flui of!'

ing. Prospective cadets will report -Talent To Be Held This Weekend Members of the Auxiliary express -the bidder and by a qualified Sure- the bidder who shall obtain a r.-
to Squadron Headquartersby their thanks. to the peopleof /Ity or a certified or cashier's check ceipt therefor or by registered mail
|Ion any National Dank in a sum with return receipt requested.The .
8 p.m. for enrollment as CAP The State Farm rained out last \ Starke and Keystone for their ,of not less than five (5%) percent of City reserves the right to
Cadets. Herb Thomas, who is affiliatedwith ,with organized baseball for more Sunday in their game with Willis-' wholehearted support and response -|the amount bid. made payable to the waive informalities in any bid. t".
City of !';tarke, Florida must accompany reject any or all bids in whole or
There are no charges and en- the New York Giants organ- 'than 30 years; Shaw Buck, a well ton. A 2-1 lead was washed awayin .: .1-c I I II to the annual Poppy Day each bid as a guaranteethat in part. with or without cause
rollment is voluntary. A twofold ization, announced this week thata known pro-ball player in Florida the third inning. The State II I the Bidder will not withdraw I,andlor to accept the bids that in
from the
competition after opening its judgement will be for the best
training program is presently in tryoutScamp and school for II two decades ago; Lyle Buck Sr., Farm nine met Ocala Thursday II sale.Mrs.. Walter Muhlhofer sale the bids, and in the event the con- interests of the City of Starkei ,

operation. The first involves cadet high school and college baseball also well known around Florida' night and will face the central I It.1 chairman, especially thanks the I i jtract will within is awarded ten to((10)the day Bidder.thereafter he- : >itCouncil I

training in various phases of basic players will be held here in Starke baseball circles, and Don Cross, Florida League all stars Sunday I following for their fine work in enter into contract and furnIsh ot> ,,,( :Starke FSor.ii.!

aviation education. Classes are beginning Friday. June' 3, at 10 I.l a Giant farm system manager and afternoon .. Bill Terry, Jackson I making this effort for the benefitof .' th required bund,. failing which ". ut' < i : .....

conducted by senior members at a.m. Another session will be held former professional ball player. ville auto dealer, and president: : Veterans a success: Ben Suslow, _. -

jegular squadron meetings and Friday afternoon Saturday morn- Emphasis in the school will be of the South Atlantic League, became -' I]Mrs. M. Morgan, Mrs. I. E. Clark,

cover such subjects as elementary ing the concluding instructional on fundamentals with the instruc- manager of the New York, 1 1I Mrs. T. C Hazen Jr., Dorothy Ross, W1NKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE

aerodynamics and theory of session will be held. Saturday tors looking particularly for boys Giants 23 years ago today .. Don I I 1 Linda Thomas Lois Kaufmann,

flight the airplane and engine I afternoon a game at 3 o'clock between with natural ability. Local high Lucey, star Seabreeze High ath-: Sandra Waren, Carolyn Kaufmann.

mechanics, navigation, meteorology -I. an all-star team selected by I'school players, Eulie Rushton, Ed- lete in track and football, who is..I L- !Kathy Struth. Brenda Lewis, Linda

and vocational opportunities the instructors and Paxon Field win Johns. and Dewayne Elder well remembered by BHS athletes Rev. Barney Andrews of Jack- !Sale. Joanne Mob-ley Linda cox.j I

in many fields of aviation. The: High School. Group II Class A: have been invited and their per-j Jin these sports, this past week,sonville will begin a revival at ]Donna Faxon Mary Agnes MatI

second involves accredited coursesIn I Champion, will conclude the baseball -:.f jrmance will be especially watched signed a (grant-in-aid scholarship) Gadara Baptist Church Lake ,I thews, and of course to Ducky I'

aviation education in high I activity the school. I'|by local fans. The school, how- with the University of Florida Geneva, on Monday June 13. Song ]Linsin for his help and permission I RADIOAND .

schools around the country using : Thomas, a full time scout forth ever, is an open event; and boys I'Wouldn't an annual across-the-I service begins each night at 7:30(1(!i to use! his store front. Ira Harris ,

the CAP Aviation Study Manual New York Giants, has for sev-. with a sincere interest and desire lake marathon swim be worthwhile -!''o'clock. The pastor, Rev. Orville i'manager of the Florida Theatre. ," .

as the basic text. eral weeks traveled thousands of I will not be turned away. They I for Kingsley Lake? Distance -I iBrookins, extends a cordial invitation -!j;again allowed the little helpers to ,

The Civil Air Patrol cadet program miles watching high school and,'!are asked only to bring their own, swimmers from this section I' to the public to attend I hi (see a fine movie. Thanks. Ira. [I = TELEVISION

includes a number of other. college baseball players in action.'(j equipment, including glove: shoes of the state might be. invited toj i I i! Mrs. Muhlhofer reports that her I)i ZENITH 17" I G.95

interesting parts such as the sum-I I and those who show major league(and uniform, if they have one. compete for prizes put up by local Rotarians Hear I helpers in Starke turned in $71. ;I Evanston T1811K 4I1F _
Bats will be furnished by the merchants local merchants Walter Muhlhofer, our
mer encampment program the potential have been invited to the or Thanks to I| Sales
international cadet exchange drill school which is being held here. school but? players may bring their could sponsor individual swimmers',Three Students i neighboring community of Key- i When Your TV Needs

competition and flight scholarships.Each Thomas has seen over 40 high ,own. A certain amount of cat- The new gym looks great! stone Heights also did a wonderful ;,, Sen ice Call 166 and Service

summer CAP cadets from school teams in action SQ far this I chers' equipment will be available. All is completed except electric; Three youthful speakers took I job for the post Workers ,flflflnnaflflflflflsflfl a-nt rs.sflss r.tpa

each Wing are given an opportunity spring. The better athletes from:1 The game Saturday will be free light and plumbing fixtures. It I part on the program at the Rotary 1 there were Cot. Vogel USA retired. .I IMrs. I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, FloridaR

to spend nine days at an I these teams are attending the jto i the public and will give lodal would be nice for a tournamentnext Club Wednesday. When they had ;' B. Christoffers, who was one]I

Air Force Base. With the as school here this weekend to gain (fans an opportunity to watch players winter Don Cross, in-i I finished President A. J. Thomas'I II 'of,' the first Yeoman Women to :|:I ",""","", = '- -'. -=- "",""""" .>

Eistance of Air Force personnelthe both instruction and i perform under professional structor at the Giant's baseball enlist in the U. S. Navy in World;II I _
encouragement Sr. said "If these are'I'
j baseball guidance. The local Boy try-out camp is also coach of the young men War I, Dorothy Ownsby. and Mary ,
cadet is familiarized with which |
ther study map reading, first wea-aid I in professional may or lead even to major a career lea- j Scout Troop will operate a concession -I Paxson High Team. His emotions, I'fair samples of our coming generation ,Ann Morgan. They collected a ,i Sell It Rent It Trade

aircraft maIntenence, navigation gue baseball. stand which will include soft might be. somewhat mixed in Sat-I we, have nothing to fear[fine total of $35.32.Presbyterian. |

training films drill and athletics. Brinks, sandwiches peanuts. candy, urday afternoon's contest Till i.for I the future of our country. It I I I \\VITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Upward of 60 boys have been and ice cream. .
Social activities are not overlooked ;( next week If you can't playa |will be in safe hands." I' Men

either.In invited to attend the two days of I Followingthe game, Herb I sport, at least be one.-"DAN" C. H. Nasworthy had charge of i Low Rates Good Results To
baseball training here and will Thomas will entertain the playersand Have Picnic Supper !j Easy Place

addition to the above duringthe :[work under the experienced eyesof staff of the school with a !,John the program and introduced his I'I I ,0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - 50c

summer months .between one Dale Alexander former major,i barbecue. The Bradford High| Wayne Stars nephew, Clifford Landers, a stud- .,II I The Men of the First Presby- | EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cnlscOrtT
and two hundred CAP cadets take league |ln 'Sea Chase' !'terian Church enjoyed a picnic |
batting champion; Herb' School 1955 State ChampionshipTrack ent at Landon High School in : OF 15 PER CE\T 8Y TWO OR MOHR IKBTIO
part in the International Cadet I I I at Montgomery Conference
a former Giant player Team and coaches have Jacksonville and another Landon supper
Exchange. Cadets from this himself who has been affiliated been invited as honored guests. 5jComing I grounds on Crystal Lake last ADVANCEMEMOKIAMS
country visit one of the free nations -I student, Joe DeSalvo. Both are i day night. After a delicious fried

which participate in the ex Baseball John Wayne and Lana Turner|student leaders and made fine chicken supper the men discussed CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c"Per Line
;Legion Program Begins star ih 'The Sea Chase" showingat I\ '
change. These nations include ; presentations of the good and bad the possibilities of this conference I (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)
the Florida Theatre
Canada, Great Britain Denmark !renter to Suwannee Presbytery I
Belguim First Home Game June 21 With Ocala through Tuesday. I features of reciprocal trade agreements -!and this
Peru Brazil, France, area.
I An adventure drama on the high and free trade.: i ii FURNISHED HOUSE For Rent FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished
Greece,. Italy, Mexico The Nether- I j jI The pastor. Rev. W. S. McAli1y.I Martin's Fniif Stand. Itchi house. Window fan. Call Mr*
I seas, it is the of an "outlaw" R. E. Mundorff
story Following their talks Charles Starke Nursery.
: !
lands, Norway, Portugal, Spain. Coach Lennard Register and .ample consideration to prove what : ship and the aboard her.I [I announced that the Presbytery I IFOR RE Furnished and unfurnished Itehg

Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Legionnaire G. J. McGriff Jr. announced they can do on the ball field. The. John people I Kirkland a BHS student and( is FOR
Wayne seen as the rene- desirable location closein. RENT-Three room
Chile, Venezuela and Cuba. An this week the completion schedule calls for games every'. Eagle Scout, displayed the new ;year for the next three years on, AV. H. Nollman 201 W. Madison furnished. Private bath apartment and en-
gade I
equal number of young men from of plans for the American Legion !Tuesday and Thursday nights with wiped captain him off whose their own navy Miss had auto model that he is entering ![this project. It is hoped that by I tfchg Mrs.trance Errol, hot Alvarez water., 500 Adults Lafayette Only.

each of these countries visit the Baseball program. Teams in this regular practices scheduled for Turner has the map. j this year in the Fisher Body,i I next year the youth conference : St. HI

United States and are guests of district will be Williston, Starke, two other nights during the week I adventuress.role of an international -I Craftsman contest. This is the.for the Presbytery will be held at II BRADFORD COUNTY WANTED TO RENT-On Kingsley

the CAP Wing during the exchange Ocala. and Gainesville. The first as might be most convenient. All The thrills of the film third year that young Kirkland,,the center.A REAL ESTATE Lake two or three bedroom furnished
practice was called for Thursday boys who have not reached their I deadly trans-ocean a I has entered models and last year short business session was I FOR SALE Phone house 337-J. Starke.for month Ztchg of July 6/10

CAP cadets selected night of this week. The first game 17th birthdays before Sept. 1 are pursuit, a mu- he won first place in the state held and the group decided to hold
are from
tiny, a storm at sea, and the trou- I
has been scheduled for and region. This he to next official meeting in Sep- FOR RENT OR S\LE-Two (urn-
hopes its
each wing on the basis of scholar- Tuesdayof eligible for Legion baseball.All bles of the. renegade crew when year Former llouter Studio out story ished upstairs apartments and
a I
Call and
next week at Gainsville. at home and do even better. tember. It was also recommended brick building corner store Lawren.ce Blvd. at Keystone
ship. Cost is borne by the Civil games away woman comes aboard ship. (herr !MrrrU' In Stark Ilulld- -
Air Patrol and the United States Most of the boys making up the will be night games. Games !in Tab Hunter who is rememberedfor I He described the many hoursof :that the annual Sunday School I lag 34 ft. by 33 ft. aubatantiallybuilt I low Box Heights.: 1003, Ktarke Ben "Sarge"Fla. Sus

Air Force provides the lift. Starke Legion nine will be from Starke will begin at 8 p. m. his role as Danny in "Battle tedious work that goes into the picnic be held at the conference I for phhirlaB and in good, deatUti repalr.Sultable office 3u'hlr c,,7

The cadet program also includes Bradford High's 1955 team although Expected to form a nucleous for Cry" has another important role:making a model and said that center. ur\ for o her,.commercial priced for p1lrpr.ttrRt"tlu.l a quick.. FOR RENT Garage apartment

drill team competition and flight a few prospects from Key- this year's team will be Edwin in "The Sea Chase." he had spent 200 hours on his 1955 .11 It'. Home newly Appliances furnished. Madison Inquire Gay's
scholarship. In some areas civic stone Heights are expected to Johns, pitcher, Eulie Rushton,I entry, a beautiful two-tone black Singing Convention Fermr :Martha Stuckrooni "; ; 10. 2tch(? lI'lD Ph.

clubs corporations, or other strengthen the squad. Coach Reg- catcher, Glen Reddish and Randall and blue sedan. He also displayedthe dnHlfntr at 303 LafayetteStrrrt PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS
iLawtey and In-
agencies sponsor flight scholar- ister indicated that all boys between Davis infielders, and Buck Gill, Dog Owners model to be entered by his Bradford-Union Singing Convention -I In M.rkc. Kxclatiir residential stallation. H. B. Hamilton 324
I nrrtion. ted .t..t.
ships for cadets. Girls as well as the ages of 12 and 17 Interested Billy Harrington, and Curtis Mc-,Given Till June 3 brother, Lonzo who is entering the will meet Sunday, June 5,I modern' comenlence pa ncellentruuditlon. I'tarke.Cherry St. or P. O. Box 4tp 1108.6/24:!

boys between in trying: out will receiveAt Oee. outfielders. competition for the first time at Evergreen'aptist Church. Thisis I I Portion of purrbaae
of 15 to 18 .
ages I ITo Get Pets 'Shot' price cohered by mortgage which. AXTED-1fiddle
are eligible to become members of this year. Homecoming at the. church and i I purchaser may .".u.... Danton. AVrlta Jrs aged. ,com-'',...=

the Civil Air PatroL Membership! Intramural Awards Are Given I II I Last week Mayor Charles Shu- there will be a sermon, dinner,;I Small farm, substantial thrt Rt.100, 2 1,mile' Lake,,a
Is voluntary and does not specify t ford of Lawtey announced that BHS PRINCIPALGETS and singing in the afternoon. bed room fcoune, hounehold furniture -

any'required time of enrollment.All I To Senior And Junior Hi Winners :jail' dog owners in Lawtey must HIGH SCORE .Everyone is welcome. traetor.. farming fruit tree tool and including legetablr FOR good SALE-Gas condition $50.Range Starke full Builder size-,

ON TEACHER TEST Priced at a bargain. ,'he Supply. Phone 45.
interested young women and have their animals vaccinated__nn__, hundred dollar down payment, ltchg

young men can secure additional!I i the final assembly at Bradford given to the 12A team of Lyle I against rabies, but the date on Supervising Principal Charles S. S4LK I balance>> like rent. FOR SALE OR RENT-Three bed-
NOTICE room home with lakefront. Located
information by contacting Capt.I High last week, the. intramural Buck, Jr., Rocky Garner, Dewayne I which the ruling was effective was Partin of Bradford High School PLYMOUTH SKilN liub..tlal tvto bed room home 1% miles North Keystone-
Christoffers in Keystone Heightsor inadvertently omitted by the Tele- Notice is hereby given that the In Starke on exceptionally largelot Heights. Phone Starke 108. Dr.
winners received theinmedals
sports Elder Kenneth
Mott, Sidney Jack-i a "report card" this week, City of Lawtey will sell at 10 a.m. facing put'd' tret. Priced Bollinger. ltp
Lt. James D. Seymour in Starke. symbolic of their achievements -' son, Milton Hicks, and Harold graph. in the form of a letter from R. L. on June 11 at the City Hall in Law- .-..500.00. $ oo.uu donat payment,

in basketball and track. The Beasley. ', Mayor Shuford has now set the Johns.. Head of the Department of tey one 1949 Plymouth 4-door sedan. alanre like rent FOR, SALE-Log cabin house on 6
I to the highest and best bidder. acres of land on Keystone Heights
awards system was set up only for The Junior High track winners, date at June 8, and after then all School Administration Universityof Ethel Reddish Clerk For then nn other bargain In Rd. 100. the third house across"
found City of Lawtey real estate nee or rail \. J.THOMS RR track at City Limits.
the second semester this but dogs roaming Lawtey with- Over 300
year receiving medals Florida. .
were Larry 6/3 2t 6/10 orV. n. SEW ELL, feet on Rd. 100. Good terms. Ben
it Is to out the vaccination tag on their Kesintered Heal K.. Suslow
next year expected carry Lamee, Johnny Ray Godwin, Les- It Mr. Partin the result of "Sarge" Box: 1003. Starke.
1 gave ,
325: Temple A e. Telephone 3M3Mark
collars will be destroyed.The (',ALL FOB BIO Itchg 6/17
throughout: the school term. lie Humphries Freddie Stephens an intensive four-hour examination ALTKHTIOS !' ,, Florida -
Senior High basketball medals Bert McGee, and Mike Goldwire. Mayor said this ruling applies he had taken recently for a higher POWER PI.4:>T i RUBBER STAMPS made to order

were awarded to the lOA team of This team represented room 9A. to any .dogs roaming in Law- certificate, as follows: I STUIKK.CITY.FLORID 01I -' FOR SALE-Large Kingsley Lake I daters facsimile, numberers stamps. Bradford notary County seals
The intramural tey, even though the owners are be home. 8 rooms. 3 baths, 2 garages. Telegraph.
Hicks Lawson. Joe PROPOSALS will received tf
Jerry Henry programas I "Permit me to congratulate you I SEALED beautifully! landscaped grounds.
Council, City of
James Harrell. Virgil Lee. planned for next will include.non-residents. I by the City Terms. Dr. J. A. LeClerc, Rt 1. _
Harden. ;year I on the excellent score you recently iStarke. Florida until 5:00 P.M. 2% PAID ON SAVINGS KF.Y_
and Johnnie McGee. softball touch football, volleyball, I made on the National Teachers I! (Eastern Standard Time) on June Box 361, Starke. Itp STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE .
.1 21.. 1955. for general construction HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEM-
Junior High basketball awards tennis, and badminton, in additionto Local GuardsmenTake Examination. A score of 747 is work for the additions and alterations FOR RENT-Two three-room furnished BER FDIC

were given to the 8A team of Jim- sports featured this year. among the highest scores that to the power plant for the apartments, 403 N. Walnut.
Part In City of Starke, Florida. Phone 171-J. 2tchg 6/10 LET J. D OPOM. JR.
mie Hobbs, John Shadd, Tommy Awards are planned for all sports have been made by our advanced All material and equipment furn- HANDLE vor
and some of the competition be- Weekend ExerciseLast students." shed and all work performed shall FOIl SALE-Red Puerto Rico Po- CATTLE A\n HOCS
Stallings. Winfred Tomlinson. A. with the seed SALES _
I be in accordance tatoe vines from improved
tween class room groups will be cations and contract potatoes. Ready in couple of M". Oak F.... \re4nea4arGtUeovllIe
p B. Whitehead, and Bobby Magyari. co-educational teams-that s. mixed weekend found the local taming thereto which may Ipecifi-I I weeks. If. II. Lewis. Jtp 617Kingsley Each FrUar
Ground Observer amined at the office of tf
"COMK AND GET IT."* Senior High track awards wereCourt's boys! and girls teams. National Guard unit on the Camp Clerk, Starke, Florida and at Lake Home For Sale -

Blanding reservation where they I Mission By CAP offices of Reynolds. Smith & Hills I Telephone 171-J. Starke.
Architects and Engineers.. 227: Park 6/10 SALE
You need no compass I Ruling \Rev. Durrance joined with other elements of the This SaturdayThe Ztchg

map or sign \Dies At Maxville 48th Infantry Division in the execution WANTED TO RENT-5 or 6-room SLAG ROCK
W. C. T. U. house, near high school-Write:
Follow your nose Meets With Favor of its annual command post Keystone Heights Squadronof M. r, Thompson. Box 303, Chipley. i
and fall in line! Rev. Vondee Durrance, 45 of exercise. the Civil Air Patrol will parti- "THREE FOURTHS OF ALCOHOLICS Fla. tfchg Excellent for Drivewaysand

I The U. S. Supreme Court ruled Maxville. died Monday. May 23, Upon arrival at Blanding, the cipate in a Ground Observer Corps STARTED DRINKING See me about your Carpentry Work. Parkways
Tuesday that the task of ending Richard H. English Pox 585-2U
at his home troops were given th'general
following a brief ill- Mission to be held this Saturday IN TEENS". N. Broad St. Itp
GUIDON GRILLGeorge !racial segregation in public schools i(ness. Funeral services were held I II situation and the task they were I from 9 a.m. to sundown. Capt. (NATIONAL TOICE $3.00 Per Yard
I should be placed in the hands of to which II I WATER FRONT LOTS Crystal
i in the Long Branch Baptist perform, read in part: Bert Christoffers, squadron commander I 1 Lake. Guy Andrews, owner In 5 Yard Lets

local officials and local federal ,Church with Rev. Percy Knightand A large aggressor force has pene- said that the purpose of .. -' I Phone Starke 33; Keystone

Kopelousos, Owner courts. The decision was unani- Rev. Everett Godwin officiat-. trated the peninsula of Florida the mission was to assist the _..: .- _. -_ -- :. Heights 3636. tf Call

:mous. ing. and is making a sustained drive BILLY JACKSON
I Ground Observer Corps in coordination -
Starke, Fla.5H5Z5Z525S5BSZ52S25ZSHSHS2SHS3S2. : Reaction by officials and leaders up through the state to join another -!' "rD U
Rev. Durrance was a native of i I J of their radar net and Electric Motors Phone 165

-I __ throughout the South was generally t IGlennville, Ga. and had lived near for e now in operation in the I alertness in recognizing and tracking TMEATB* "
favorable. This was exactly vicinity of the Carolinas. The 48th FL':
Maxville for 21 years. He was planes. STARKE REWOUND AND RADIOS REPAIREDAll
what most Southern states had Division I
has the mission of en- Ii
pastor of the Maxville Baptist i Members of the Keystone SERVICEDSmall Hake AU Model
I asked for in briefs presented to Church. gaging the enemy; in combat in the Heights Squadron will fly their fteamtnable charge guaraaeCHAS. *'

the court several months ago. |I Starke and Camp Blanding area. Sun., Mon. and Tues. C. 8HCFIIEBD
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. planes over a certain prescribedcourse Appliance Repair 'Aa W. fall 8*. Starke Ph. S3*
The court declined to fix a I The 124th Infantry Regiment,' June 5, 6, 7
I(Ruby Durrance his and spots at regular intervals -
; mother, Mrs. General Machine\ Work
specific deadline, or order specific to which the local unit is organic, Double Feature POWER MOWERS For Rtat and
Nora Strickland; two sons, R. V. during the entire day. Sale. We service what we selL
procedure for carrying out its decision was ordered to take a portion of Tiny's Service Station
0 Temple
and Howard Durrance of Maxville This Mission is a part of the Overland PacificIN
of last ;year that segrega- ; that area north of Kingsley Lake. Ave. tfchg
two sisters, Mrs. Swindel and Mrs. Ground Observer Corps nation- All Work Guaranteed
tion in schools is unconstitutional. COLOR
The 2nd Battalion, of which the
Tuesday's decision said that local Christine Tatum of Glenville, Starve unit is headquarters, was!,wide problem and serves to illu- With Jack Mahoney and Peggie Reasonable Rates BULL-DOZING FILL
I and five brothers. [strate one of the principal functions -
school authorities have "primaryresponsibility" I placed as the reserve battalion.j of the Civil Air Patrol whichis Castle S DIRT LAND CLEARINGOyster

for integratingwhite of C In this capacity the unit was to. to cooperate with any nationalor -AND- Shell Peat Humus
and colored schools "as'soon;JC furnish depth to the mock battlefield RED SEAL
local unit
defense in
any emergency TAXIWith
I as practicable. ITo Meet Monday repel by counterattack'if I Bldg. Sand- Paving Driveways
'U The court stressed that there: ( the simulated enemy penetrated -:i i Dan Dailey & Constance ELECTRIC & MACHINE

I are widely varying local conditions,I! The Starke and Bradford County the front lines, or to replace'' Smith SHOPF. OVID LEWISW.

TEARS problems. and obstacles to integra-j I I I Chamber 0't Commercce will one of the front line battalions if I I j Presbyterian VBS Plus Color Cartoon for Children Madison St. Starke

WON'T HELP! tion. Therefore, it said the local,(hold its regular board of directors ,the situation deemed necessary. I j iTo Start Monday W. GRAUDON PIL S56-W

courts can best see to it that the,meeting Monday June 6, at 1:30 i j. An observation plane flew overI -i I Wed., Thur. June 8-9 Owner, Manager

DON'T wait until fire destroysyour decision is carried out in "good prn. in the Chamber of Commerce I I head during most of the problem: Daily Vacation Bible School Double Feature FOR SALE 12 head stock and beef
106 St.-Phone 897 rattle. E. J.
Washington Lawtey.
home to find that )..ou'reinsuffidenth' i faith. I office. All board members are requested -!'land dropped bombs (small paper'!twill I begin Monday at the First Twist of Fate Starke Fla. Fla. 3tp III
i In Bradford School 'I
insured. That by President Jerry Gay to bags of flour) on installations Presbyterian Church, continuing
said t I I II With Ginger Rogers WANTED-Graduate Nurse for
H. P.
will hurt and (Superintendent Morgan be present as important business 1 that were not properly camouflaged -. through Friday. Each of the five I FOR SALE-Xew 8 x 8 x 16 Con- floor duty. 3 to 11 shift. Doctors
plenty there I ihe was "studying the situation," will be discussed at this time. I and concealed adding a'!'I.daily sessions will begin at 9 a.m.. AND- crete block 18c. Cement |1.40 Hospital tfchgr
will be nothing can do per bag. Mortar Mix $1.5 per
you and had not arrived at any con The Chamber is proud to an- bit of realism to the problem. and close at 11 a.m. Refreshmentswill Tars and SparsWith bag. Bradford Engineering Co. FOR SALE Small meat display case
about it then. 84. Starke. tf in
clusions. phone good condition. Reasonable.
nounce that the first carload of be served each morning by
Alfred Drake & Janet Blair Prevails Grocery and Service
As result of recent school
BUT you can do something a a I fresh vegetables with Starke's own ]Takes Special Course circles of the Women .of the Cartoon for Children HARMONY and Gibson Guitars, easy tion. Starke. ftp '/*
building program, the facilities label terms at Dahmers. tfchg
on the crates was shipped Church.
about it now. Let us help you I I FOR RENT :Nicely furnished four
I I for Negroes in Bradford County from the Farmers Market Monday J Sgt. R. E- (Ronnie) Mundorff of Closing exercises will be held FOR SALE-Two bedroom frame room house. Clean and recently

to up-to-date protection to- are at present superior to those in 1 night. These will go north and be '.the 748th Ordnance Bn., Camp I I Friday night June 10, at 7 o'clock. Fri., Sat. June 10-11 house tial section, large Starke.lot in good Can residen-be had painted inside. Rent to adultsonly ,
or couple with infant. Mrs. E.
day use for most white students. sold to northern buyers. They are Blanding recently underwent a i Teachers for the school will be: Double Feature for $4.500. $300 down easy terms.W. J. Dowling Sr.. 537 W. Call St. or

rightfully named "Pride of Brad-I week of intensive training at the!Nursery "class Mrs. T. A. Yawn I Wake of the atka.. S. Fla.Graves.Phone P. O.5-4441.Pox: 1M itn Pal-g/i call m-J. itch? I

Named Chairman ford" brand grown and packed by I Anniston Ordnance Depot, Anniston -I Mrs. Rudolph Sink Mrs. Karl WAITRESS WANTED .-Experienced. f
H. C. Wall' Ala. Red Witch FOR SALE-Lawn Mower $20. See B. & G. Truck Stop Restaurant.
AgencyPhone Teston
& Wainwright of Starke. During the course Mun- Kirtsinger Mrs. Larry Gibson; Strobo at Hardy Brothers Motors. Can 9fl -J. tfchg !
: Dr. Seymour R. :Marco, Starke'! dorff studied the intricate rangefinder -I jKindergarten, Mrs. M. M. Smith, With Gig Young & Adele Mara 3tp 6/3 ( i,
{optometrist, has been named chairman used in the FOR SALE-Building Lots on Bland
Army's Mrs R. G. Paterson. Mrs. P. D.
II I I -AndIron FOR SALE-11 cubic foot Kelvinator. ing Road. mile from City Lim-
: 146 of Occupational Vision in the I II I tank. He is employed in the State i Fancher Jr.; Primary, Mrs. W. S. good condition. Call 451-'W its. $300 to $600 size 100 x 200.

Northeast Florida Optometric I YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- j Maintenance Shop at Camp Bland-\,McAliley, Mrs. Guy Andrews; Mountain TrailPlus after tion. 6 o'clock p.m. for Informa-2tP 6/3 Bessent Mrs. L. M.Rd.Clark.. left Rt of I,Call Box 440 St,
200 E. Call Street
Assn. This organization numbers i brook purse-size fountain pens in ing. Guardsmen were chosen ij!Juniors, Mrs. L. L. Fullwood. Serial Chap. 4, and Cartoonfor _brld e. 1 mile tfeha

Starke. Fla. i among its membership professional pastel shades. Only $2.53 at Bradford from each of the seven states in i : Superintendent, Rev. McAliley. Children. FOR equipped SALE with-14 lOhp foot motor boat, remote(new) Small Furnished apartment for

.optometrists from IS counties in County Telegraph. I the 3rd Army area to attend this I All children between the ages of I control windshield wheel and Rent. Middle sued couple or single
j trailer $500. Inquire at Coca Cola
i I L Northeast Florida. school. 3 and 12 years are invited. \---------. -.- ', Co or Phone 1. 2tp 6/10 lady. tOS S. Thompson St2tp l/ll



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