Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:\ George Heroux Jr. is led from the Union County L D. Dobbs,'
courtroom after found sufficiently sane to stand trial Ilerouv in his April 4 escape attempt, holds in gram Jr. (left) and William H. McCuI- the Godwin slaving will be two veterans John C. Santora Jr., ofJacksonville Commission attorney who engaged in

for the slaying of Assistant Prison Supt J. G. Godwin. his hand the bullet which was extracted from lagh leave the Courthouse after testifying States Attorney T. E. Duncanof who laid law practice in Starke before elevation to the

K. P. McLendon U at left, man on right is unidentifirtl. his neck. The bullet, about the size of three that Hrrouv is mentally' capable Gainesville (left) and his assistant, groundwork for temporary Circuit Court bench, ruled Heroux sane and

The trial starts :\Iontlay.Heroux. pt'asas fired! from a foreign made automatic. of helping conduct his defense. Joe Hillillvinis of Lake Butler. insanity plea. will hear the murder case.

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Heroux Jr.", slayer of the Florida State Prison's County May Form I I Je'jof-, : :', ,. -') : .: ,' ,!;: .:.-- <: '; 1, .: 'Rainmaker
Assistant Superintendent J. G. Godwin, will on trial for .. "; r- w Issue
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first degree murder Monday in the Union County Court- Advisory Groups : :,,.. ,::.....i'i, ;;. Replaces
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house.The trial date was set by Circuit Judge George L. Patten For SegregationAdvisory __:f' :i ':-:,:.a :: Argued Pro Con

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who, at a sanity hearing last Monday, declared Heroux sane I I II ; -

and capable of standing trial. committees, both negro I j Workmen\ Allot ,

To the first degree murder indictment, Heroux pled not and white, doubtless will be form- :, : Does Seeding Clouds
Tamper With
guilty by reason of temporary insanity. ed in Bradford County to face Nature

Heroux, burr-headed youth who I problems wrought by the U. S.I I I Or Is It Simply Like Fertilizing Soil?

looks much younger than his 25' I Supreme Court's decision against i New House I
Digets I
years, chewed gum incessantly Double Header segregation. | II I Mark Twain once said, "Every is hotter than a corn field at noon

during the hour-long sanity hear- I I I County School Supt. Harmon I body talks about the weather, but time.

ing :Monday. For perhaps the first time P. Morgan said he believes the!; I no one does anything about it." It's one of those topics on which

Two court-appointed psychia- In Bradford County history, two 1955 Legislature made it mandatory -i Now that it is proposed to make it people take strong views; they are

trists testified that Heroux is' jury trials were underway .si for the all Florida counties 1 I' r For Entire City rain artificially in Bradford County either highly in favor of it. or bit.

! sane and capable of helping conduct multaneously in the Courthouse t0 establish advisory committees, : there's a discussion going that terly opposed.

l r his defense. Their testimony Friday. on segregation. Copies of the law I Those opposed, including some

r was not hotly contested by Her-j Circuit Judge John A. II. are not yet available. I;1 tt' preachers who spoke against it

oux's attorney, John E. Santora. Murphee was trying the seriesof "We've received no direct word !Political Stew from their pulpits last Sunday,

Jr. of Jacksonville. roadway condemnation cases on the matter," said Morgan, "but I say it is wrong to try to make it

But Santora laid the ground-I In the court room. Circuit it is my understanding the countyhas /!"'it1 .. I Ii i rain, that it is entirely up to the

work for the_temporary insanity Judge George L Patten, with a to establish such committees. <.:: .- ... Lord, and man had better not
plea by wringing an admission six man jury, held court In Ms Morgan said he was not ad- ;: : xNew Begins Boil As tamper with the natural order of

that it is possible-although not office to hear a civil case arising verse to formation of the advisory 1 things.
likely-that Heroux could have out of a 1953 automobile accident groups which supposedly would One county official had this to

been insane when he shot Godwin I in Starke.So make recommendations to the i ;:,t': Elections NearStarke's say: "How do you know when you

and two other guards in an escape crowded was the Court- County School Board. I I -r start all this that it won't start
attempt on April 4. I .. [raining hail, fire and brimstone!"
house that Judge fatten reversed 'While the Supreme Court did :f;{ j; : ,
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Proceeding OrderlyThe the trial process., He left give the South an indefinite time I I."w:' "" ".. '-" political stew already I' Those in favor say that the

entire proceeding in the his chambers so the jury could to: make the transition, it was ,: -. _.' is beginning to boil although city county needs extra rain at various

Union County Courthouse was i deliberate! made plain that segregated states I I ,> < .._, .... .n"' '..., elections are relatively far in the;times, that crops and pastures and

orderly and without demonstration. must show some progress. I ." ". ;:'-' -' "<(;'-''>''''-or; i> .,'' future September 13. I woodlands suffer from drought,
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The courthouse was not half Morgan said he believed formation ; ; !:. <.. '. -' ':/ .1 x I Five offices become vacant-the and that the idea is no more
filled. When the hearing was over, of- the -advisory committees H; < .J't. : :_ ': ".,1-. I positions of mayor, city clerk, 'against nature than a lot of other
however, officials took the precaution I Parker Company'sBid would, in the event of a court .j. '. -"' >.', A chief of police and two City Coun-'modern;i' inventions, such as electricity

of clearing the courtroom 'case, show good intentions on the ; cil seats. Each is for a two year, gasoline engines and tele-
house numbers are appearing
: + term. J'J'Present vision. ,
before Heroux,was led away. part cf the local school,,authori- residents '
allot'.r' Starke
Heronx, with hands manacled, 1 Said Lowest ties. for home mail as delivery,slated prepare 3 mayor is J. R. Wain-|t Situation Now
was driven from the State Prison Wright Opinions as to whether i The situation now:
said believed each I I
Morgan he
to begin July 1. Chairman James '
to the courthouse with escortingcars he will seek re-election run the', In
.school should have an advisory Lewis (above} of the City Council 1' r I organizational meeting
from the Florida Highway I gauntlet, all according to who is held last
: Thursday night at the
1 For Power PlantA committee. Segregation problems wields a mighty hatchet as he i I
Patrol and the Union County :would be considered individually t I j puts UP new numbers at his home j Von doing the talking. Some say he ,courthouse, about 20 Bradford
]will. some he. won't. I
sheriffs office. say
:County landowners heard
a talk by
by earn group. If not solved on Church Street. At right, a crew
Only persons testifying were low bid of $55,593 for Starke that level, joint meetings couldbe of workers headed by 31. A. Payne i I'seek Carl Johns can be expected tOj i J. L. DiSanto, of the Water Resources -
the two psychiatrists, Dr. William his city clerk post once again. :: Development Corp. of Denver -
additions and alternations held
P power plant (standing at left In picture) usesa This I
Ingram Jr. Dr. William H. surmise is.based on the, fact Colo.. the firm that is
t was entered by the Park Morgan also said the county chain to measure off numbersfor : .. trying
both of Jacksonville.. : he has been on the job 23 years I to sell its
Construction Company when bids :should collect and,tabulate statistical Call Street businesses. <'f:':' rain-making services to
Ingram is a graduate of the Uni- were opened by the City Council studies and similar material L and seems to like the work. I(Bradford and 20 other Northeast
versity of Georgia School of Medi- -- According to speculation based Florida counties.
at a special meeting Tuesday. concerning segregation. The advisory I
cine while. McCullagh graduated' The bid was tentatively acceptedby committees might fulfill The Starke City Council Tuesday -t I way 200 South, Walnut Street to i somewhat on fact, Police Chief I||I The group was impressed withIthe

from Emory in 1929. I the Council, subject to approval this; purpose. night polished off its shareof I city limits; Highway 100 South, Address W. E. Thornton also can be expected -' evidence shown, and as a result -
Both testified that on June 7 Water Street to city limits; SR-. ChangePostmaster to seek re-election. elected a committee of Mitch
:by Arch Thomas Jr., city attorney. "Whatever course we take in home mail delivery chores by I'
they examined Heroux for a three- :1' Bradford County," said Morgan, some 50 city streets and 100. West Madison Street to city G. J. McGriff Jr. W. T. Jackson, norA a City Councilman -Edwards, Floyd Wiggins, and Tyler
The Parker bid
was over $6,000 I naming limits SR-230 East, Call Street to I is expected to seek
hour period Ingram "We "it should be based on studies and ; some Jones and a delegate, Z. W. Hamilton
this week advised Starke
,lower than next bid and '
the, to'
providing adequate marking. city limits. city office-perhaps re-election
believe he was sane at that time facts which have some validity in to attend a regional meetingheld
and is able to assist his counselin I about $10,000 lower than the cost court. While home mail delivery, ex- The Council then acted affirmatively dents on home delivery routes i the Council or even mayor. Rea- on Tuesday at Lake City.

his defense"Santora estimated by the engineering firm "The court will give us time ]pected July 1, sparked the issue, upon the suggestion of the to start using street addresses son for this speculation is Jack- Hamilton attended the meeting'on
of Reynolds Smith and Hills. Board of that of i July 1.He son's continued interest in the
Heroux's lawyer, show-I f 'providing we show evidence of the' Council generally agreed realignment -I Adjustment some t Tuesday, along with Foster Shi
ed much interest In the Other bids were as follows: 'I good fajth.) We've got to have street names was a the numbered streets in the city I said they should notify Starke power plant, and he's like- Smith, at which time delegatesfrom
people present when the examina- Triest Construction Company, !something to base our case on." ,be changed to avoid confusion. | their correspondents of the ad- ly to want to see the enlargement all the 21 counties discussedthe

tion took place. Ingram said that Keystone Heights, $65,425; Brad- Morgan was not impressed witha reform long past due. This would result, the Board|' dress change effective when completed. possibilities and problems of

Sheriff Whitehead of Union Coun- ford Engineering Company, $62 I new state law drafted to prolong "Every street in Starke now hasa said, from the fact that the numbered home delivery starts. One Councilman definately will the project. They postponed any

ty and Prison Officer R. P. Mc- 313.11; Warren Construction Company segregation by giving county name," Chairman T. C. Hazen street would not agree with While McGriff has not yet re- relinquish his post. George Kope- concrete action until a meeting set

Lendon were most consistently $79,994. school boards the power to consider Jr. of the Board of Adjustment the block numbering system, usedto ceived mail sachels and mail losusos says his business affairs for .a week later.

present The Council expressed satisfac- "efficiency, compatibility, reported to the Council. number houses. cases needed or home delivery, will not permit him to continueon In the meantime, a group of

Questioned Officer tk>n with the outcome of the bid character" in picking teachers. Council members applauded the The Council then decided to as-' they are expected momentarily. the Council, and he would like about 15 Bradford County persons

Ingram said he and McCullagh ding and, as soon as the contract Real purpose of the law is to work of the volunteer group, which sign these street names of promi- to see others get an opportunity attended a meeting at Lake Butler -

questioned prison officers about U signed in a few days, urged the 'prevent county school boards to gave the council a list of street nent Starke families as follows: to serve. where an effort is being madeto

Heroux's behavior while In pri- contractor to do everything possi I prevent Negro teachers from names, and one of them summedup 7th Street to Bridges; 8th to City Clerk Johns said the city line Union County up in the

concentrating particularly on ble to speed the job along. teaching in white schools."It the situation as follows: Brownlee; 10th to Epperson; 11th Bradford Youths registration books will open July program.

any recent sudden ,change. of be- Parker Construction Companyhas doesn't mean a thing," said "Now it will be a lot simpler to to Weldon; 12th to Prather; 13th 12 and close August 13. They will The subject of rainmaking will

havior. He said they also studied recently been working on the Morgan. "It doesn't seem to grant give directions. No longer will you to Long; 14th to Herlong; 15th Get FFA Degrees be located in the City Hall. be the topic of discussion at the

exhaustive records of the Prison Starke school projects. The termsof the school"boards much more power have to tell someone to go to the to Middleton; 16th to Andreu.A I Johns warned that out-of-city regular Cattlemen's Association

and the Florida Parole COmmis- the contract call for startingthe and you always fall back on first traffic light, turn right until new map of the city is now Two Bradford County youths residents who had to register spe- meeting, which is to be held tonight

sion and statements made by Her power plant job within five the problem of judging such things you come to an alley, go up it being prepared which will show all cially for the election on city (Friday) at the Heilbronn
oux to the Union County sheriff days, and allowing 100 days for as 'compatibility.' to a vacant lot, and it's the 3rd the proper street names. When it J. R. Underhill and :Monroe Gas- limits expansion must reregisterto School.

and the state's Attorney. completion. place on the left. is complete, it will be on display kins were awarded the State be eligible to vote in the regu-

Both doctors also said they Ralph Hein. representative of Here ,are the names assigned at the city hall. I Farmers Degree at the State Fut lar election. WOW MeetingSupreme

studied a War Department reportin Reynolds, Smith and Hills, attended County Attorney to streets which heretofore have The Council instructed Arch ure Farmer's convention in Day- And he also reminded Starke

which Heroux complained of the meeting and discussed vari been nameless: Thomas Jr., city counsel, to draw tona Beach last week. residents that county registration Forest Woodsman Cir-

headaches following an automo ous phases of the power plant job Protests QualityOf DeSue, Sapp, McCord. Davis, up a resolution making all the Attending the convention as del- alone does not qualify them for I cle members will meet in the WOW

bile accident in 1948. Under San with. the Council. Mary, Tom Hall, Dell, Keller, Ma- naming of streets official. I I egates were two other Bradford City voting. They must be reg- Hall Tuesday, June 28, at 8 p. m.

tora's questioning. Ingram said The project calls for a new 63 Road Program nassa, Goodwine, Railroad Ave., Names of prominent Bradford'I boys, Glenn Crawford and Warren istered on the city books also. I All members are asked to attend.
the War Department report was Aenes. Martha, Minnie, Adkins County families will be found --
foot by 82 foot building which willhouse I Dissatisfaction with the' job Johns.
studied after Heroux was ex Rd.. Wilson Rd., Searing Glenn. spotted throughout the new streetnames. .
the five generators recentlypurchased i Accompanying the four was the Costs Bradford
of $36,000
done contractors some YearSCHOOL
by on These include former City
amined. and auxiliary equipment -, Fields, Powell, Lee, Stansberry and Bradford FFA chapter advisor,
internal the, new roads in Bradford County Councilman P L. Bridges, Dr. W "
Ingram said minute 1 Parker.
The will be of steel C. Hutchins.
building Paul
bleeding causing headaches often jwas expressed this week by Hollis E. Middleton, Dr. M. B. Herlong. I \
frame with Here are the
construction corrugated -II V. Knight county attorney. name changes: ABSENTEEISMAbsenteeism
follows a skull injury. He said the cement asbestos siding, and a'' "We not pleased," (old name first, then new name): ;'
are altogether
condition is not considered serious composition roof. Contract also'i Virgin to Virginia; Ada to Chest-, I
',]Knight said, "with some of- the
and usually clears up. the nut Brownlee Rd. (to limits of about 46,440 I
calls for
pouring cement foundations :roads. In certain instances, they ; city ) "There are several ways of look-
Both Ingram and McCullaghsaid for the i, i.' Eleventh to Florida pupil days in Bradford
generators. ;
{:are rough and uneven, and in ;t, ing at this ,attendance problem,"
the War Department reportdid It will be located adjacent to 1 I j many cases the ditches need Prevatt to Pratt; Hogan's Alley schools during the past school I Morgan stated. "Part of it in this
not alter their opinion and the house to Jefferson; Broad to Broadway; year cost the county roughly I is
present power along reworking.] HjMi1tk county the children who never
they saw no need for another sani Cypress (Reno) to Keller $36,000, accordng to figures
the. Water Street side. I i "We suggest," Knight added, ; Firstto released -! get on the school rolls, and Dr.
ty examination. II Gardiner I' this week School
Park to by
: Redgrave. Supt. Florence
I"that the State Road Department I Jennings is doing what
Character DisorderThe New Corn Varieties re-inspect these roads before fin- i State highways in the city have rt Harmon P. Morgan. { she can about the situation.
physicians agreed that Her I i been assigned names as follows: :Morgan said the county receives i!
ally accepting them. "Then, too, attendance at
oux was in a "constitutional psychopathic !Tried In Bradford : RlVest., to Raiford Rd. from |state school aid in ratio to "teach-
I Last year Bradford County be over
1 emphasized. Take
state, which Dr. In Grand to city limits; SR-16 East, er units," and a teacher unit is !
Show Much Promise floated a $1,000,000 bond issue and I J the instance of a school child with
gram described as a "character i Tenth Street to city limits; High- z'E (calculated on the basis of one unit j I
disorder." [pledged its gasoline tax money for |for each 27 |la cold. He goes to school to preserve -
Two new field corn seed yogic the; next 20 years to pay for the I j a good attendance record
"This type of does not
person I The estate
aid for each
learn from experience he said 'ties have been tried in Bradford I!,new roads, which are nearing com- ;Drive Of Red Cross + (unit usually amounts to teacher sand i'| to keep up with his studies,

"He is not a good character in j],I County this year, according to|I pletion now.Zip. Yields Above Quota year, since it includes state$4,000 a ]i either of which is a laudable aim.
I County Agent George Huggins. j i grants J Yet is it idea if
that he cannot adhere to our own, I I Ii for the teacher's a good the cold
code. does not 1 Funk G-50 and Funk-740 have :; I salary plus pro- 'is spread, and many children become -
moral It imply insanity Returns"Zip The Bradford County 1955 Red and
portionate building maintenance -
." 'I been tested by about a dozen farm- I ill and unable to attend
Oross fund drive "went over the tfoj
expenses. I
ers and 4-H boys, Huggins said. school"
Santora asked "Is it possibleto I the surveying rod, was top" this week according to fund Since there was an of
determine if a man was santhree eiTee I I)I!, varieties Station were released by the back home with M. G. :McMillan: chairman George Huggins. I 258 absences daily from average all county I Other school statistics in Mor

four or five weeks ahead Experiment i,i as promising. this week. Huggins reported the local Red schools combined according to gan's report are as follows:

of a mental examination" ,j So far farmers report that these The eight foot red and whitei Cross Chapter had collected $2,-\ Horgan, that figure divided by 27 Bradford High School: enrolled,

Ingram replied "Yes, with] ]I i:new corns seem to come up an I stick was "requisitioned" by tintknown I 6S367 as compared to its $2,675 j The Starke Garden Club has undertaken beautification of th nine teacher units. 756; withdrawals, 89; transfers,
reasonable certainty." ; get off to a better start than the parties last week while Mc- eMultiplied 32
; average daily attendance
I! I goalHe new traffic island at Madison and Water Streets as a by $4,000 that meansa 96
Santora pressed the point: "Butyou I Dixie 18 variety and others. I Millan's crew was sighting: on the expressed special thanks to project The island was Irrigated 'by the City and should become $36,000 loss.However per cent; total days absence for
will admit you cannot be : rod from a half mile away. the 65 who assisted with : 'tall reasons, 4,636.
1 Huggins had a couple of ears persons i a local First the Club Shown Morgan said, these
beauty spot.
planting by was dajlilies. I
completely sure. I I Shortly after the Telegraph appeared the drive in the county. Huggins figures show an attendance I j Starke'Elementary
To this, Ingram said, "Certainily I IOf the new corn at his office thisweek with the story, the rod was singled out Miss Lillian Stump here hard at work are, left to right, Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. Frazer of better average than daily 90 School: en-

: and he'said it looks mighty I I returned, As he promised, Mc- i for "working tirelessly to complete I Shaw, 31x,. Ma vie Carter, Mrs. Vaseoe linen, Mrs. Euell Lawson,, I|, That is considered good percenL by polled transfers, ,970 122; withdrawals, 157;

(Continue on Page Ten) Ig():>d. I 1 Millan asked no questions. I the drive." Mr*. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. J. D. Dojle. :school authorities. I' ; total days absence
reasons, 10,058.Ianaelffi .


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I y Four Youths EnlistIn PAGE TWO FRIDAY, Jl XE 21, 1955

editorial Farmer's DiaryBy U. S. Army UnitsFour Selective Service Board every said the meeting also will featurea
/ rr Tuesday. Interested youths can ob- report" by the Legion's executi'eboard
Sam McGarveystarted Bradford County :youths tain information regarding choiceof on long range plans for the
.r.I1IDii4 recently enlisted in the U. S. branch, the buddy system and area particularly regarding the

A Job Excellently Done to die about ten days ago, Army, according to Sgt. Robert E. over 100 technical courses available Bradford County Fair.
Green of the Army Recruiting sta- for High School graduates.Sgt. .
Mr. Matthews
Dear> : He said the Legion's executive
but since then weave stared
dry tion in Gaineswille. Green also has assignments
most are
for the part
Engineering reports tering them, and now it looks as We sincerely appreciate you and board met with the Bradford
with facts and figures and Enlisting for Signal Corps were available to Europe with the 3rd
reading which deal if we'll be able to keep them going your fine staff. Thank you for Armored County Fair Association at the
Theron Judd Starke, and Stanley Division or assignment to
seldom contain compliments.An for a while longer. Camp Blanding officer's club test
eWe very consideration you have Clark, Starke, Enlising for Corpsof Far East Command Wednesday.
is Reynolds Smith
however ,
exception, were shown to us during the past year. Engineers were Paul Magyari,
firm report on telling Dick Ferguson \ Gibson invited all veterans to
Jacksonville engineering ,
and Hills, four fine is
newspaper making Starke, and 'Clifford Martin, Law- Local Legion Post
based on a how much we enjoy the Brim- the meeting, which will include
Starke's utility program a i vital contribution to the evident -
facilities.It mer tomatoes the other day, and tey.All Will Honor ThomasAt motion and
survey of existing he told that Charlie Shuford progress of Bradford County.Our of these youth were given pictures refreshments
covers the electrical, water and sewage This week we set out some has raised us one of that variety succeeding pastor, Rev. their choice of branch before en- Meeting TuesdayThe held in the American Legion Homeon

plants, and what it says about the sewage plant strawberry runner plants to make that weighs two pounds. We'll (Chester C. Roberson, is a fine manif listment. Clark, Magyari and West Call.YOU'LL .

and a city employe should make every Starke some 2nd runners, and it the irrigation have to weigh some of ours but '( highest integrity. He is a graduate Martin were given their choice of local post of the American
of Florida Southern College will honor Arch Thomas
resident feel good.It system will. keep them we don's think we. can beat that branch and were also signed up
and a post graduate student of Jr., newly-elected Legion state
alive it will be well worth the record. under the buddy system. They LOVE the new E&ter-
reads as : .I Stetson University at Deland. We commander, at a meeting next brook
is treated in a disposal money. We set out only one long will be together during their eight purse-size fountain pens In
"All sewage collected ire happy to leave in such competent weeks of basic training. Tuesday at 8 p.m. pastel shades. Only $!.58 at Brad
1938 and presently in good double bed of plants to start with, Alice's brother Ed planted some
plant constructed well we'll set a hands the work we have Sgt. Green is in Starke at the Post Commander L. H. Gibson ford County Telegraph.
to the interest and if it works pepper while he was with us this ; ;
. operating condition due, mainly, labored so hard; to establish. It is
lot more. The plants seem to be winter, and used some special
taken in the plant by the present superintendent, )ur profoundest hope and earnest
hold all but the.hot
taking right, seed he has teen experimentingwith.
is to be highly commended for that Hi-Way Chapel will
S. R. Hicks, who sun in the middle of the day is Well, we don't know much ]prayer
develop into a strong spiritual
his work. a killer, and it is then that we about pepper (did we say much,
factor in the community life of
In addition to taking care of the disposal plant turn on the water. we should say nothing) but we Starke and Bradford
Hicks heads up the street crew in the city. He can say the plants are producingthe

is serving a second hitch on the city payroll, hav- The runner plants don't look best pepper we've ever seen. Sincerely Harold E. Bullock
ing come back a few years ago after an interval very good, for a lot of them have Mayb Ed has got a good strainof
red spots on the leaves, and we seed started. ,
with the State Road Department.
Incidentally, we think that some credit for the don't know if it is insect damageor Graham Store Break
what. However, they have beengrowing Plowed out the middle of the
plant now serving Starke shouldbe Reported To Sheriff
excellent disposal
in with a lot of grass peanut rows, and now the plantsare
given to the persons back in 1938 who foresawthe and weeds, and that doesn't help on their own, unless we see
needs of the city and had a system installed them any. After they get going, some insect trouble. Sam loves to George to Sheriff Rivers P., D.Graham Reddish, reported that- I

which has held up so well. if they do, we'll sprinkle bone- raise crops that grow under the someone broke into his store overt
We'd like to take this opportunity so say some- meal on the plants and then wa- soil, for he gets a big kick out e weekend and stole some mon-

thing nice about all the city and county employeswho ter them. of digging them out. We've never ey and a quantity of cigarettes.

day in and day out, also do a good job. had a good crop of peanuts, and Reddish said that entry was .
More trouble with the who knows, will beth !
There are many others who do a conscientiousjob Jupe maybe this made by breaking a rear window

and the public owes them all a friendly pat gasoline engine for the irrigation year. and that he is investigating."The .
drained the
system. Finally car-
on the back.Where's.
buretor, and think it must have Our neighbor Lee Green set

been some water in the gas, or out about 4,000 sweet potato cut-

The Faucet? some dirt, for after that it startedup tings this week, using vines he r I j1
fine. Read somewhere that if got from H. H. Lewis, over at

How times have changed! you yank-on the starter rope of a Pine Level. We are going to get

Years ago Bradford County most of the time gasoline engine three times and it some from Mr. Lewis, just as
doesn't start, then something is soon as we can get the beds r
was a wet country. Lakes, ponds, streams, were '
wrong. What we want to know is ready. y
brimming full of water, practically all the roads what to do after it won't start ,
had low, almost impassable spots. As soon as some ;
after 33 tries! Our first planting of sweet
of the water disappeared, along came another corn is gone, but we have another Ar .

rainy spell to make everything wetter than ever Sam finally got over to Sampson small one. coming on, and it will

again. City the other day after be a treat to have another feast.

The problem back in those: days was too much meaning to get there for a long And after that we hope to have REDDY KILOWATT J

water, and whenever a drainage project was conceived time, and enjoyed meeting Mr. some roasting ears, so it looks ,

to help one area, hundreds of objectionswere and Mrs. Dugger Jones, Mr. like we'll .be eating com for .a 1 / i

raised Barnes, and his granddaughter. while. \ _
"We don't care what you do with the water, Dugger showed us a picture of the ,
11-1-2 ft. he in Heard this week how can
'gator caught you
but don't put it on our land, they said.
Sampson Lake add a special flavor to a water-
many years ago
But in short of time, all that is changed. i
a span while fishing for bass. Bet lots melon. Mack Griffis is going to do
Everybody wants water now, because Brad- of_ folks around now remember this: Using a large needle, he will wife won't be fusing to-
ford County, along with other parts of the coun- seeing that 'gator when Dugger thread a piece of twine throughthe night. I bought her a l'OHKair d" 6Q0wt'

try, is drying up. brought it to Starke. stem of a living melon, and ronditioner from CIIAS. C. :
Lakes are way below their normal level, ponds put the end of the twine in a jar SHEPHERD. beat the heat -

and streams that have held water as long as folks For the first time since we've of honey. Says he doesn't knowif the modern way -

can remember have dried up. Now*farmers and been farming we have a pretty it will work, but he is goingto Reddy Kilowatt makes life so much easier.

stockmen are worried and trying to do something good crop of tomatoes.. The---vines-- try it anyway. Q and pleasanter, and for just pennies a day

about it.In' Starke is in Germany with the 1st ."peanuts." You'll be amazed at how
the last year, scores of farmers have sunk Infantry Division, now engaged in
irrigation wells and now are watering their crops SERVICE MEN intensive training maneuvers. i F: cheaply you can enjoy additional electric

with supplemental sprinkler systems. Cpl. Nazworth entered the Armyin helpers in your home, For instance, you

And now, believe it or-not, a rain-making con- 1953 and arrived in Europe the can operate a home freezer for about a

cern is signing up customers, agreeing to make following year. ,He attended Brad- nickel a day..a unit air conditioner for
clouds drop their rain on Bradford County for an ford High School.
< N as little as 20 a day. Best of all, Reddy-
annual fee per acre. His wife, Georgia, and mother i !
It just shows how completely changed the Mrs. Ena Nazworth, live in Starke. at "peanuts" cost-gives you more time

water situation is in this county. 1 to enjoy Happier Florida Living XV
Harold K. Davis, 21, son of Mr.
We have this one observation to make in con-
and Mrs. H. K. Davis
of Starke.
nection with man-made rainfall.So .
long as it rained "pitchforks and rocking recently was promoted to sergeantin
the 1st Cavalry Division in Ja- "
chairs" and almost all Bradford County was drip-

ping wet, and man had no part in' it, folks took pan.Davis is a field first sergeant I 1 ;

the. condition philosophically. After all, there with the division's 13th Signal 4 ;*:

was no one to blame. Company. Formerly a student at ,

But just let man start, tampering with the the University of Florida, he. en- FLORIDA POWER UGI4T C0MPAjY,

clouds, causing it to rain, and it may be a lot Joe Edwards, 20, son of Mrs. tered the Army in March of 1953

different. A series of "toad-strangling" rains, Bernice Edwards, Route 1, Starke, and has been overseas 22 months. .

one after another, and everything may be quite is completing his Air Force basic

different.The military training at Lackland Air \

question may then be: "We appreciate Force Base, San Antonio Tex. f

the first few inches of rain, and sure did need it, His Lackland training is prepar- 1

THING but now OFF HOW?" DO YOU TURN. THE FOOL duty ing technical him assignment.for training entrance or into for Air Air Force Force Get info the Fine-Caf Class. I

Marine Pfc. Leroy R. Martin, '
A Demonstration of Justice "1
son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A.
Martin of Starke, is participatingwith
f Citizens of Bradford and Union counties are the 4th Marine Regiment in
seeing again the workings of American justice as the evaluation of the newest typeof

the trial of George Heroux Jr. gets underway in bayonet fighting.The .

Union County. new system, which teachesthe FV.T.
Heroux has every opportunity for a fair trial. individual to follow the rules V.T.

Under the American court sysTem, it will be con- and movements of boxing, is be- V .
ducted publicly. He will face his accusers and ing taught at Hawaii.

can rebut testimony. He will have his defense I
laid out by an attorney versed in law. He is free Cpl. Benjamin M. McRae son
of Mr. and Mrs. Basil M. McRaeof
call witnesses. He has to numberof
,to recourse a Route
Starke has been engaging -
pleas including his choice of temporary insanity in artillery exercises at I

He has the opportunity to appeal any Fort Bragg, N. C., with the 10th

verdict. Marines, artillery regiment of the f
And, perhaps the most important the case will 2nd Marine Division.

be decided by a jury of his peers. If an impartial -
jury is unobtainable, the trial can be conducted Col. Morris L. Nazworth of '.


Many of these aspects of court trials are uniquein z'- .
the Western world. Much of it is American STAR CHIEF CUSTOM CATALINA /

made, some of it comes from England after cen-

turies of trial and error.

It is a working demonstration of the American

judicial system a system conceived to guaran- at a cosfgou can easily afford! '

tee protection of rights while meting out justice 999 :

impartially. I .f

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in the world's esteem wins them first place in If this meets your definition of a fine car and you >M TWO-DOOR, 6-PASS. SEDAN

Now they've done it! most people's desire? want it, there's nothing in your way. For this description ILLUSTRATED mow
First and foremost, a fine car is a style-setter-a is right off the Pontiac score sheet-a short (
A report from General Electric tells us the
real advance in smart appearance. but perfect picture of this big, powerful, future- 1.45 :
light switch is old fashioned. Ready for marketis $2 2 9 9
fundamental fashioned And Pontiac's prices fit comfortably t
the "touchtron," a gadget for switching lightson Naturally, it's also a pace-setter-a car. '
and off. forward step engineering-wise. At the wheel you into anybody's new-car buying plans!
Gone is the familiar "click." No longer do you E. JOHNS & SON should know that you've reached the peak of perCome in for the rest of the reasons why this is the State and local taxes, if any, \i

have to juggle groceries and wrap a teeny finger about this question formance-experienced an all-new kind of flashipg' fastest-selling Pontiac in history-such as the inside extra. Price may vary in due sur-
around the switch vigorous, smoothly delivered power. story of America's most modern and efficient automotive rounding communities to ,

Now you just touch with finger, hand, I understand that insurance There's more, of course. It must be enviable for power plant,the sensational StratoStreakV8.freight differential. ,

wrist knee or big toe the "touchtron' and adjusters were imported from sheer luxurious comfort, for restful roadability, for And get the trade-in'appraisal this great success per I

lights go on and off electronically.Don't all over the country to settle thought-quick handling ease. wits We're sure we can prove that now's your time (

relax entirely. No one yet has solved ed the many Hurricane damage claims caus- And it must, above all, be wholly dependable, to move into the fine-car class! _,, l I
Hazel. .
by Does _. I
the problem of eating corn on the cob. -
'extended coverage on my SEE AND DRIVE HISTORY'S 'Asrlsr.Slll1NG i

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JUNE 24. 1955
rYYYYYYYYYTYYTYYYYYYTYm fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYI 'East Of Eden' Set ney's mother, Mrs. Ben Eggers of R. Crosby. .Other visitors were
Chester, HI., Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shandley of
HAMPTONBy BAYLESS HIM\ For Florida SundayThe McRae of Orlando Reid McRaeof Bradenton and another daughter, d-4
Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1 Mrs. Fayne Bateman of Gaines- t ::( *
story of the "boy who was Myrick and children of Starke Mr.I fti
Sirs. D. E. IliU By Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAl not. wanted" unfolds at the Flori- and Mrs. T. N. Norman and son of ville.We are sorry to report the ill- .
da Theater in "East of Eden"which Heilbronn Springs :Mr. and Mrs.I ness of Mrs. E. C. Lewis. She en-
AAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAALAAALBible opens Sunday. Clyde Hughey of Gainesville Mr.I tered Doctors Hospital a week ago
School Mr. and Mrs. L. Newmans and The motion picture is Holly: and Mrs. B. M. McRae and son I last Monday. We wish her a
Ninety-four children have been family were dinner guests of Mr. wood's version of the novel by the Mrs. V. E. Thornton Mr. and Mrs.J. speedy. recovery. i{ OF.SAVI.
enrolled in Vacation Bible Schoolat and :Mrs. Charles Newmans of same name and authored by John W. McRae and son, Mr. and The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall I ,, I
Hampton Baptist Church which Gainesville Saturday evening.Mr. Steinbeck.The Mrs. A. R. McRae. are visiting their son-in-law and a i 1: :/H. : .. '.

closed its 10-day session Wednes- and Mrs. Harold Crews and Cinemascope presentationtells Tte new address of Owen Mc(daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. J. E.I j SULTANA light Meat FLAKES
; day evening with its graduation daughter Mrs. Kirby Crews at- the. story of a father and Rae is 4281 Ravencroft St, Apt. Murrhee and son Edward at Hil-
: program for parents children and tended the Wainwright reunion his twin sons living on a farm in I
friends.An Sunday at Bedford Lake. Northern California. It is a pic- 410 National City, Calif. I I liard.Mr.. and Mrs. D. M. McRae and : Tuna Fish 6-cz.
all-church and Bible School The Clyde Edmondsons of Mi- ture of sensitive characterizations Mr. and Mrs. Clyd Edmundsonand the H M. McRaes were visiting Mr. ct l I Can LuC
picnic combined with a covered am and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shand- revolving around the love of two. children Barbara Ruth and and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Mr. e
dish supper will be at Gold Head.ley of Bradenton are visiting the brothers for the. same girt I Robert of Miami are spending a and Mrs. E. C. Sapp at Heilbronn y. i LIBBY'S Corned
Branch State Park Saturday afternoon -;R. R. Crosbys. I The twins are portrayed by few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. R. Sunday afternoon.CALLING. .

June 25. Those desiringto I Butch Locke and Dick Smith of James Dean and Richard Devalos BEEF HASH Mb.
attend are to meet at Hampton I(Starke were visiting Vincent Kelly. while Julie Harris is the girl. Ray _es er CcnARMOUR'S 27c
Baptist Church at 3 p. m. Familiesand Saturday night. I mond Massey plays the role of t A P!

friends of children attending I Visitors at the home of the C. the father.- -- -. -. (atnec a NORTHERN ToiletTISSUE
Bible School art invited as wellas C. Crosbys last week were Mrs. *

members of the church. Pas- Eunice Box and family, Mrs. Loca fVYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE STAR M 4 Rolls 29c
tor Marvin Faile announced. Blount, and Mrs. Otis Crawford I I jr. CHAMBER I
Projects completed in handi-l r and daughter of Jacksonville, 1.11',1 LEVEL CHOPPED
craft classes were shown and Mrs. Randolph Crosby, and I A&P Mild Wedge-Cut CHEDDAR
we.dnes-I I' :
day evening following a Mrs. Minnie Carter of Maxville,I by !Mrs. II. M. McUaeAAAA COMMERCE
by pupils of the nursery beginner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carlton and' ******************** s HAM CHEESE yc :' 25c T-lb. 49c
primary and junior classes. I Mr. and )[rs. Parrish of Lake Those here to celebrate Father's k'. OF INVERNESS TO Cut
Enters Contest Butler. I ANN PAGE Sparkle Gelatin

with the H. M. McRaes were .
Miss Norma Jean Jones of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Knowles Day and tl r 12-oz can
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers
Hampton has entered the contestfor and family of Starke were visit- children of Jacksonville and Bar- 49C DESSERTS J 3'4or.Pkgs. 2ScI
queen of the watermelon fes- ing Mr. and Mrs. 1... Newmans last .
tival at Chiefland July 2. Miss
Sunday afternoon. of St. Petersburg spent last Tues-
Jones, a student at Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Minton Richardsonand day with the Floyd Crosbys.The I SUNSHINE Green Beans with
County High School is the daughter -I I family of Tampa and Mrs. Brotherhood and \VMU of B e I I IL AGAR'S SPICED
of Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. ,
Mason Elixson of Lake Butler Bayless Hiway Baptist Church held POTATOES 2 2Sc
Hampton Christian Church will([were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. their monthly meeting at the L.t LUNCH
hold evangelistic services nightly, Bobby Crosby last Thursday.Buie church last Thursday night. t I I s l i i ,
beginning at 8 p. m. Sunday evening Crosby and Florence Mar- Church services, Sunday School I ANN PAGE Rich Creamy SALAD Cans
June 26, through .July 3. MEAT
tin were visitors in Jacksonville BTU and prayer meeting as usual.
Willard M. Jones, pastor, will be last Thursday night. Remember youth meeting every DRESSING 39c
speaker for the meetings. Vaca- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Underhill Saturday at 8 p.m. Free Guarantee

tion Bible School at the Christian _. Title Policy IJ.- $ 14 oz. WHITE
Church closed last week with an -. '-" -- --- -. -.- -.- -. -- 1OO Can 29 C HOUSE Safe PureEVAP.MILK
average attendance of 20 pupils for 30 Day Money .
the two-week session. SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE 3 a;
Beck Guarantee : 35c
Mrs. T. F. Brown, Frank Brown, $10 Down, $2.50 per lot Monthly
in Jack- No lest than 4, no more than 8 to a purchaser IONA GREENSWEET
and K. B. Watterson were Free Exchange H
DRASTIC Roads at Every Homesite
sonville business Monday morn-
on PrivilegesFree Street Signs at Every Corner ,
All Lots Minutes From Lake FAMOUS AND
Sunday guests at the Raleigh FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE Warranty Fr.., wit yw paid (n.mb.nhip .., FABULOUS
Brannen home were Mr. and Mrs.C. in Junior Chambii ol Cenumici
H. Layfield and family of Deed $5,000 Tax Exemption on All Homes PEAS
Gainesville. Both families were REDUCTIONSKeep GROUND HIGH, DRY, No Florida Personal Income TaxBllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll "SuperRight"SUPER.HGHT" Meats

Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nora
Layfield. The latter returned to Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit ELEVATION Mb.
60 fO 70 s Citrus Land Bureau, Inc. 2 27c
Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. from the LOWEST possible rates. : County Cans
Inverness Florida =
Layfield for a week's vacation at 5
Hutchinson Lake. :5 Unit und mi flEE COL01ED BROCHURE nil. SMOKED
and Mrs. M. L. Watterson i"9 I* the full itory about Invenuit Highland =

, of of Mr.Crystal Hampton River Mrs., and Dorothy Mrs. Donald Eiland Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone DRIVE OUT 1 S with No"" "ftI. obligation upon mt, whetiMvtr.Office I- SULTANA WHOLE BREAKFAST

MacMahone and son of Hampton on U. S. #41 open :: GREEN
visited in King's Mountain, N. C. 285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. every day including Sats. : StntL. :: By the
last week, and vacationed in the &Sundays.68 miles north c :: BACON Piece 43c

North Carolina mountains.Mrs. SAVE 5 SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE of Tampa.30 miles southwest -'c'"y _Z nt_StaleBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_ 5- BEANS
G. W. Rahme of Miami a ,. of 0(0 I a. = =
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former Hampton resident and her .. STFNo'Nox
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daughters Mrs. Hazel Starr and 1S'/ -oz. I
children of Miami, and Mrs. Gladys Can PAN-READY

and Rosier relatives of Raiford in Hampton visited Sunday.friends I Grade Lb
Sunday visitors at the G. P. 45C
Wadsworth home were Mr. and CRISPO TASTY I II
Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth of Gaines- gives you I

ville, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wads- I '. FIG "SUPER-RIGHT" Heavy Western Freshly
worth of Bunnell and Mr. Wads-

worth's. Ada daughter Barber of of Jacksonville.Mrs. Cross Cityis not the BARS GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs 1.00

family visiting this with week.the C. L. Cooper just highes.tocanahut. ." ,"h, '. Lv

Mr. and Mrs. Holmesof
Gainesville visited with the Mb.Ctn.
Frank Williams family! Saturday ..'- : 23c yutLb
evening. I WHITE 15C

Miss, Glenda Vining of Hamp-
ton is'visiting for several weeks fill
working octane IT'S BLUE( I IIse.
with the James Broomes in Orlan- .
Rinso 30e
:",. it
do.Mrs.. Ruth C. :Mills of Fallon, ..-, .'. A' DETERGENT Pkg. Oz-Pkg
Nev., visited for several days this t." .m. Surf 27C SHRIMP 1 0 4QC
week with her son-in-law and Pkg.: ,
daughter },II'. and Mrs. D. E.Hill. WITH FACE CLOTHBreeze
:Miss Peggy Dyal of Washington Ige.Pkg. 31"SUPERRIGHT"
D. C. is home in Hampton for a :
vacation with her mother, Mrs. because FOR DISHES II Lb

Ruth employed Dyal.by Miss the FBI Dyal in Washington has been- its super-refined Lux Liquid ;:' 39e PORK SAUSAGE 33C

for the last year. I VEGETABLE SHORTENING ill
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas kin clean Spry a can 87c I
and son moved last week from the '
Chasteen house to the DeWaterson GERBER'S STRAINED
Navarre Street. Baby Food 3 Jon 29c SLICED BACON Lb 45CSUNSHINE
Mrs. Betty May and Mrs. J. W. .: .. &v No gasoline no matter how high the octane CRISPYCheezits

Home drove to Jacksonville Thurs- can keep on giving you full power from your 6-or. I
day. Mrs. May also visited with v engine unless it burns clean. Pkg. 17c I
the R. C. Gray family in Jacksonville WAXED PAPERCutRite1
That's why New Gulf NO-NOX is best
Overnight Sunday and attended your
Trinity Baptist Church. gasoline buy. In making new NO-NOX Gulf
Howard B. Jones of Cocoa son refines out the"dirty-burningtail-end"ofgaso-!

visited of Mr. in and Hampton Mrs. Willard last M.weekend Jones < line the No.,1 1 troublemaker in today's high- Tea Bags Box 6 of 25( f YIIItVegetables
with his parents. He is now attend- > < wr } compression engines. KEEBtER COCOANUT CHOC I I

ing Florida refresher State and extension University.Mr. classesat : As a result you get a clean-burning gasoline Drop Cookieslg49c:

u that gives you: SWIFT'S
and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh
Jr. and children of Jacksonvillewere More complete engine protection than Baby Meats3?;;''23c CALIF. JUICYLEMONS
in This lamp is burning the This lamp is burning you
weekend visitors Hampton
Dozen I
get w so-called "miracle-additive" EPATOi"'XEDSWE' ::
'- '' gaso- L E
at the W. A. Saxons. 'DIRTY-BURNING NEW SUPER.REFlNED lines tax; 15( S 29CPickles

gasoline GULF NO-NOX, the
Extra gasoline mileage in the kind of short- ROYAL HAWAIIAN
DID YOU KNOW? which GULF refines out clean.burning super.fuel 7.01.
trip,stop-and-go driving motorists do most Tuna Fish 29$ FRESH

Chiropractic he in correcting it not only headaches effect -- Remember this picture.?. This is Gulf's instead of fighting it,insideour engine, Freedom stumbling from in hot-weather vapor lock driving, stalling and FOR Wesson COOKING OR Oil SALADS 80111.* -59c' J CROWDER PEAS Lb 8e I

famous burner demonstration proof of with so-called"miracle addith es."That's
backaches, colds,asth- VEGETABLE SHORTENING
ma and sinusitis, but is what a difference Gulf super-refining why new, clean-burning Gulf NO-NOX No knock, no surface pre-ignition- Snowdrift 79C30C
equally effective in functional makes. Notice that Gulf refines out the can promise you not just highest octane even in today's high-compression engines LOCAL GROWNBUTTER
conditions involving the "dirty-burning tail-end" of gasoline. but full working octane. DETERGENT Lb

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Since the nervous system Now! For the ultimate in working octane performance always use Gulf Issuperrefined 2 Bars 27 e I

controls each organ of the FIRM, GOLDEN I
team.New Gulf NoNox Gasoline and
body it is easy to understand I

the why cause body.Consult a trouble nerve. in pressure any part can of I I \ G, p (g\flfnNew\ Gulfprlde H.D.Select Motor Oil ) I Orangeade SUGARCookies 4 9.o?z.27e'1ge BANANAS Lb 13CBURRY'S ,

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first. If jour ror.ditionill not t '. Process for modem high-compression engines. ,, Lb I
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we wilt gladly tell you so. t; Controls carbon-cause of knock pre-ignition,valve failure. .: ,l re:':4fsv: '< /&J -**X. 6C I

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Combats corrosive acids,rust and deposits on engine parts. : Jane !
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Gwendolyn FigueiredocVeds [Christian ChurchWomen

", Edwin Hornsby i Hold Meets

,, ][n Alaska CeremonyMr. Circles of Woman's Council of

I the First Christian Church held

:i their regular meetings Tuesday

The weatherman tells us that have moved into the Gay Apt. on evening as follows:

Solemn 1 the summer season descended onus Madison St.-Mr. Hale operates Circle 1, Mrs. Audrey Kite.

Gladys Mooty .. on Tuesday and how right he the Thomas Truck Stop glad leader, met at :Mrs. Kite's with

Phone 35 was with the thermometer in front to have Carl and Marilyn Roberts I. seven members and one visitor

Ij Ph ';.. 1 I Df Ducky's registering a sizzling;I back with us after living in Quincy -'I present Mrs. Louise Newman pro-
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- .1 i&9 degrees and with the. days I the past year-they have rent- gram chairman, used "Fnendship"

Miss StarlingVeds Briday.Shower Honors Ceremony -. ,before and since not much .cooler ed the Stock house on Lafayette \ 4- \ as her devotional topic. At the

J -1;;: : hope this isn't a sample of :St see that Tom and Judy ; close of the meeting Mrs Kite

Mr. J. D. Wilkinson Miss Frances DouglasMiss 'tf. what we can expect until summer I i Slade are occupying Mrs* W. S. : : served refreshments. The next

,, Frances Douglas, whose ,-1-_ %4i! A '",-; ., : departs on Sept. 23 hear the i Slade's i new home on Blanding j I meeting will be with Mrs W L.
Blvd. Andrews.
3 "'f'1" Smith DeVoes got a card from I I I this summerVilina :
at I
1 Lamar Crosby will be
Tt marriage to r
., .- Unites Dockstader is moving today into)
""" Irene Metzger saying she and !
event of Friday evening, July i Circle 2. Mrs.
an : Bessie Colson,
: : the Seymour house W. Madison -
on :
family just left Paris and
1, was the. inspiration for a delightful ) :,, <,. 'J'," in Amsterdam and headed were for 'twas formerly occupied by: I leader met at the home of Mrs.

I surprise bridal shower given .. Switzerland they are traveling'Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kappauf who I W. L. Andrews with six membersand
at the I visitors
last Friday evening two present Mrs.
< this |are moving later to Minneapolis j
home Pratt street. Hall Europe you Fogg had
Douglas on Mr. charge of the program.
i : -iv : know see Harold Hazelwoodhas ,Minn. j
Hostesses were Mrs. Edwin Pre- :: : I During the social hour :Mrs. An-
\ .
i' ,.!I entered the. summer session at Bruce Jackson celebrated his!
vatt, Mrs. Curtis Edwards and < .4 }. .I'. ', drews served refreshments The
; is 5th birthday on June 1 with a
-- ""' U. of F. he working on I next
Mrs. Sam Bleasdale. meeting will be with Mrs.
<. his master's degree J. E. Den- small neighborhood party or- 'I
to Novis Ward.
Summer were used .
;" N. C. chids to Mrs. Laura Johns who
advantage in decorating the. party Miss Dansby .f _, mark is up in Goldsboro,
room for the occasion. The white "' oJ. ., ji_ ; :t{ this summer working at the State celebrated her 90th birthday on Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and

.. his senior Monday Vivian Harley, Marian Mrs. F. G.
linen covered refreshment table :,u : : .. ; ,.; Hospital before entering X Hutchinson spent
was centered with a punch bowl ..E't1 r -" 'it ,..<1.,, ; <..._. ..: :, : ,, year at Emory Dental School this and Glenn Conner and Barney -?' .I- :, 1. Father's Day in Waycross Ga..

and also held an attractive arrangement : -'',:;.," ,1'i' fall. |.McRae Jr., who all have birthdays ,visiting Mr Dankel's parents. Mr
f this week, celebrated at a family i and Mrs. J A Dankei
of red roses. : "; Nancy DuPre, Agnes and Mrs. Joseph J. Figueir.
.# Clair Jean picnic at Strickland's on Kings- I
Appropriate were played ;t Helen Haines and
games Cal. announc-
edo of La Mesa, are
: .::"7;; ; to work ley Lake last Sunday Marian II j
during the evening and prizes were t. Mundy leave Saturday ing the marriage of their daughter.
: _) t.: in Baptist G. A. Green celebrated her 7th birthday j
awarded to Mrs. Edgar Dukes, .' ,'- ;(.1 for eight weeks I Gwendolyn Rose to Edwin Luther
Miss Millie Elizabeth Starling Mrs. Gary Garner and Miss Barbara ,", ";!'camps in Panama City, Tampa and ,Saturday afternoon at a wn1 I,Hornsby, U. S. A. F., son of Mr.
married -, --.:.' .. J.oise Mays and-Carol party for 15 of her little friends,
and J. D. Wilkinson were Colley. : 1I Melrose and Mrs. R. E. Hornsby of Starke.

by the Rev. S. B. Brooks in Lake Twenty guests enjoyed this delightful I A lovely seven o'clock candlelight -,punch tables were overlaid with 'Jennings returned home Thursday -I I games were and played prizes were during awarded the afternoon -!!The wedding was solemnized Saturday I

Butler on June 10. occasion. ceremony Saturday evening, ruffled net over satin and held after spending. a week at the to Bobby White, Jackie Arnold evening. May 28, at 6 -.

Following: the wedding a recep- June 18, in the First Baptist the crystal punch bowls surrounded Baptist Y. W. A. conference in I and Chuck Newcomb Charlene o'clock at the Elmendorf Air Force
tion was held in the home Mr. andMrs. DansbyHallWedding united in marriage Miss Janice with greenery with tube roses ,Ridgecrest N. C. Hardy entertained at a hamburgerfry Base Chapel, Anchorage, Alaska.
for Fort
Buddy Wilkinson, parentsofthe Party Given DinnerMr. Berniece Dansby, daughter of Mr. placed at intervals. I Glen Duke left Monday he will work last Friday evening for 18 Rev. Graham read the double ring

bridegroom. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby, and Rod- Standing in the receiving line Lauderdale where members of the Baptist Training nuptials in a candlelight service.

and Mrs. Clyde Hall of The- ney Phillip] Hall, son of Mr. and were the bride and groom, the with his brother.,.Fred. Sue, in Biggs the pro-js Union Arthur Holliday cele-I and Sgt. Sayre played the tradi
Theressa. Of- maid of honor, the bridesmaids duce business tional wedding marches.The .
Mrs. Clyde Hall of
Baptist Missionary ressa were host and hostess last within the next couple brated his 11th birthday on June
Friday evening at a lovely dinner ficiating at the double ring marital Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby, Mr. leaving Calif., near 2 with a weiner roast and swimming bride was attired in a ball-
Meet Held I L. D. Haines, and Mrs. Clyde Hall and Mrs. L. weeks for Camarillo, chan-
Society the Rev. white of
party given at the Officer's Clubat service was visit Manuel and party at the Haynes cottageon arina length gown
Luncheon I' who was assisted by Rev. Merle D. Haines. Mrs. W. B. :Mundy Jr. Los Angeles, to Santa Fe for 20 of his friends tilly'lace over satin. A rhinestoneand
Noon Camn Blandinsr. Honor guests
With Garcia (the former Peggy I ., ___...
brotherinlaw directed the wedding and Peggy / i
for the occasion were their son, Packham of Theressa, receptionand also to stay and Rhoda bampier) will celebrateher pearl headpiece held her
Sue plans
The Women's Missionary Societyof Rodney, and his fiancee, Miss Jan- of the groom. :Mrs. Randall Chitty kept the Caldwell)-and work. | birthday anniversary this ger-tip veil of nylon illusion. She ;iIS 'SNAKE-KILLER OP I
brides-book. Cutting the out there with AFRICA errs ITS NAME FROM<1 I
the First Baptist Church met ice Dansby, whose marriage was The. church was simply but wedding schoolboys I coming Sunday. carried a white Bible topped
cake were :Mrs. J. B. Jr. Spotted two energetic white LONG FEATHERS ON EACH SIDE\ I
business and with showers of
Tuesday for its monthly an event of Saturday evening. The Beautifully decorated in pink and Tom Smith, Hear that Ira Harris, managerof an orchid OP ITS HEAD-RESEMBUNa A I IQUILLBOF
and program meeting in the church .dinner followed the honored coup- white. As a background for the of Perry and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez. Dave Long this week they The Florida, was host at a ,satin ribbons tied with lily of the THE CAP. ,,,
Pouring Misses cutting lawns
recreation room. A covered dish le's wedding rehearsal. wedding party there were floor punch were Joanna make "theatre party" Wednesday valley.
to a
luncheon was served at noon aft- Graceful arrangements of white. baskets of pink and white gladioli, and Ruth Lee, Jackie Parker, said they are trying this Seems he had charge. of the pro- Mrs. Gloria M. Grzesczuk was F
Pamelia little extra spending money ,F
Lawson Aliese
er which the president, Mrs. Lex gladioli and oleanders and red and candelabra holding burning white want gram at Rotary and invited the the bride's only attendant. She

Green, conducted the business white roses were placed at pointsof tapers and tree-ferns.- The central Helen Haines in and Agnes Lawson. lawn summer-so manicured if with you an electric your members to "cool off" after luncheon wore a ballarina length gown of New i9h
Assisting Mrs.
meeting.The interest throughout the club arrangement was an arch from serving were by enjoying the.. feature at- blue net over taffeta with pink accessories -
call these chaps
One Mrs. L. G. Powell [ just on
Wiggins, mower
program was in charge of house. ,which was suspended a large wed- job traction at The Florida and carried an old-fash- ANSCOCHROMEGives :
Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. Paul they are doing a right
and Mrs. bell made of tuberose blooms Robert has returned ioned bouquet of pink carnations,
Mrs. F. Register Sr. Enjoying the affair with the ding Raymond, Mrs. Russell Norman, of it Don Hillendahl reports I Manning .
Ewell Lawson. The theme was and hostess and their honored under which was a beautiful bowl i maskon 'to Silver Spring, Md. after a vacation roses and sweet peas.
Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. H. A. that he left his swimming.
Look and Listen." :Mrs. of white gladioli and tuberoses: 'I here with relatives Dr.
"Stop, guests were 35 guests, including Lawson, Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. the BHS bus Tuesday after Serving as best man was CaseyW.
Register presented Mrs. E. Hilde- with pink peonies, into which were 'M. B. Herlong writes from
I the members of the wedding party Lacy Silcox :Mrs. N. S. Dankel, the swimming session at Kings-i Collins.
brand, young people's director who and out-of-town guests, and Mr. placed with white tapers. Mrs. J. R. Taylor, Mrs. L. N. ley and he surely would like to!Waynesville, N. C. that he has had A reception was held at Building

introduced representatives of the I and Mrs. R. O. Dansby, parents of | A program of nuptial music was\Pickering, Mrs. E. D. Tenly and get it back if anyone knows of its to have the furnace on several 21-608 Elmendorf, A.F.C., .immed

young people's auxiliaries. the bride-elect. rendered by :Miss Mary Julia\Mrs. Rufus Hutchings. :Mrs. Joe whereabouts see Virginia days since he arrived there for I iately following the wedding. Mrs.

Those taking part on the pro- Futch of Lawtey. The traditional Jordan played piano selections Sewell and Florence Brown are his summer stay Has also been Viola Perrotti had charge of the

gram were<<, the Sunbeams, aged Miss Casey Honored wedding marches were used. Tony during the reception. attending the summer session at sleeping under a double blanket bride's book, Miss Betty Cardulla

three to eight; the Junior GA's, Gonzalez, soloist, sang "I Love After spending some time with FSU Buddy Faxon, 3rd class That's hard to imagine what served the three-tiered wedding

represented by Linda Hildebrandand With Bridal ShowerMiss You Truly," ""Because" "Oh, their guests, the young couple left Petty Officer, arrived home today with summer being officially ush- cake and Robert Raley presided at

Lois Beebe; the Junior RA's _Promise"__n __ :Me" and "Wedding Pray-I on a week's.. wpddinf.. trin tn .NwOrlesL.AbdGeor._.. from Corpus Christi!, Texas for ered in here this week with some II,the punch bowl.
--- n n-
with Mrs. Charles Darby as leader Judy Casey, whose mar- er." I I ----0 -u 15 days leave noted that I record-breaking heat |I The groom is a graduate of

; the Crusader's Choir; and the riage to Leonard Noegel will bean The bride was given, in marriage -' Dorothy Ross is attending the I Well Seems to be, all for Bradford High School, class of '50, Gives youBetter
of Saturday evening, was gia.The See in the nextCarolyn .
event now
TVVA with Misses Pam Lawson, by her father, and choose bride is a graduate of Brad- summer session at U. of F. and you I and since has bees serving in the

Joanne Furlong and Helen Haines. I honored at a miscellaneous shower [.her cousin, :Miss June Dansby of ford High School, class of '54 and Louise Kinzer has,been added to Air Force. He has been stationedin Color Pictures
All members are urged to attend Monday evening given by :Misses maid of honor. Attending staff at the Starke
Perry, as graduated from Jones Business College the nurses Anchorage for the past two
the quarterly association meetingat LaVonne Jackson and Barbara as bridesmaids were Misses in Jacksonville. I Maternity Hospital Congratsto BPW Meet AttendedBy years. Mr. Hornsby will be discharged ...of fast-moving action!

the Raiford Baptist Church on Colley at the home of the latter. Pattie Lawson, Pauline Gay, Joan Anderson who is now dim natural !
TLe groom is a graduate of Alice Mrs. Desta DyalMrs. from service in September ...in light
July 11.Bridal. Mixed summer flowers were Furlong, and Sylvia Alvarez. The 'Bradford High School, class of '49 manager of the Gold House rest- and he and his bride will return with blue flashbulbs! Sa
'to in decoratingthe .
used advantage occasion. flower girls were Barbara Jean and i is now employed at Humphries aurant while Lewis Reeves, former : Desta Dyal of Starke, district to Starke the latter part of I -1 '\ "

Shower Given The<<, party refreshment rooms table for the was-attractive Andrews, cousin of the bride and trailridge. manager, is now manager at the secretary of Business and September. It's tint limes faster

Ann Packham, niece of the groom. Among the out-of-town guests Gold House restaurant in G'ville professional Women's Clubs, at-

For Carolyn CrewsMiss with a lace cloth over green :Mickey Dansby, brother of the were J. B. Dansby Sr., Miss Caro- see Cpl. Ronald Andrews ar-.tended the Program Planning Conference Presbyterian Meet We have High-Speed Ansco-

satin. It held a bridal centerpiece. bride served as ring bearer. All of lyn Dansby, Miss Bpnnie Silivant rive
Carolyn Crews, popular Appropriate games were played the bridal attendants wore identi- and Mrs. Lewie Silivant, all of. leave after overseas duty he'll at the Monson Hotel in St. Augustine Circle Two of the Presbyterian and standard 33mm magazines.

bride-elect from the State Farm, 'during the evening and prizes were cal gowns which featured tight Ozark, Ala.; Mr. and :Mrs. D. S. return to Calif. on July 8 for 7, Saturday and Sunday as the Women of the Church held its June

was the inspiration of a lovely won by Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mrs. Pat fitting waists that came to a pointin Dansby, :Miss Gloria Jean Dans, months more duty before being representative of her District. meeting at the home of Mrs. Guy

shower at the Community Center Casey and Mrs. Gary Garner. the front waistline and had a by and Jeanne Pollet of Orlando; discharged. I State officers, committee chair- Andrews, Tuesday, June 14, at 8

last Thursday afternoon.The The hostesses were assisted in sweetheart ruffled neckline. The Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby and Hear that Scootie and Glen'men and district directors from

club was beautifully decor- serving by :Miss Gayle Rowe, who hooped skirts were four rufflesof family of Perry; D. B. Early Jr.,, Duke and daughters, Gail and Ter-(the entire state planned the Fed-IP.m.Mrs.. John Mixon, chairman of STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP

ated with spring flowers. The poured punch, and Mrs. Del Colley. organdy over matching taffeta. Harry P. Kantz and Frank G., ry Dea, moved into their new eration program for the ;year 1955- the circle, presided over the business -

gifts were dsplayed .on a lovely Forty friends of the brideelectwere Miss Dansby's gown was pastel George of Ja ksonville; Mrs. Joyce home in Pinehaven last week P' session and led the Bible

linen-covered table in the club invited to attend this delightful pink. Miss Furlong, nile green Futch and Mary Julia Futch oi they were living in the Prather. 56.Mrs.. Dorothy Patterson of St. Jstudy., Refreshments were served

room. occasion. Miss Gay, powder blue, Miss Law- Lawtey; and Miss Linda Shiver of j house on Water St. Mr. and,Augustine, state treasurer, was ,by the hostess to nine members of

Appropriate games were enjoyed son, orchid, and :Miss Alvarez, but- Waycross, Ga. I Mrs. D. M. Hale of Lake Butler[hostess to the group. the circle.

by those present. The dining Baptist Homemakers tercup yellow In their hair they

table was covered with a linen wore matching headpieces of
table cloth. The punch bowls were The young married people of the I'mums and tulle and they carried

homemakers class of the First of mums and tulle with
interspaced with greenery and nosegays
white flowers. I Baptist Church held a covered dish' matching streamers. Each of the

supper Wednesday evening at the attendants wore matching ruffled
The hostesses, Mrs. O. E. Crosby')
Camp Blanding enlisted men's organdy mits. The little flower
and Mrs. Clarice Thompson, were
girls were gowned in pastel pink
assisted by Miss Beverly Jo. club.Mrs.. Betty Byrd served as host- and blue organdy frocks and carried -

Crosby. ess. The husbands were invited. pink and blue satin-covered U
Delicious Tefreshments of punch The in .
group engaged swimmingand baskets with matching streamers.The
and cake were served. The honor
games. ring bearer was dressed in a
guest received many lovely gifts.
white linen suit.
She was given a piece of china in
her chosen pattern by the hostess- PresbyterianVomen Billy Dansby, brother of the
tride, served as best man and the -
es. Stage Sales EventsThe
groomsmen were Albert Lee Crosby _______
I Jr. Randall Chitty, Frank ____._.__ __ LOWEST PRICES! Now many models i
. general meeting of the ___. _&
of trucks
Presbyterian Women of the Church I Dryden Jr. and Ben HoltzendorfJr. I ---- Dodge are priced lower than all 1
.--- other makes! Yet with these low
will be held Tuesday evening at .----.--- prices,
.pI' 8 o'clock in the Sunday School The bride was beautifully at- -5----- quality-built Dodge trucks are dependableas

rooms. All members are; urged to tired in an embroidered organdy ever!
L of frothy white over taffeta. I i
be present.The gown I I 1
The full three tiered floor length I .j
white skirt terminated into a HIGHEST POWER! Power-Dome V-8
Sunday, Monday Tuesday
June 26. 27 28 cathedral train. The molded elon- $ engines, with 169 to 202 hp., are the most

DOUBLEFEATURE gated bodice featured a soft low powerful of any leading trucks. You'll

neckline outlined with self em- save time, save on operating costs with
An Annapolis Story broidery. Matching mittens completed _____
these modern short-stroke V-8's. Thrifty .
finger- _i
LV TECIIXICOLO.R the bridal.attire. Her
6's available too.
With John Derek and Diana Lynn tip veil of illusion was attachedto ,
ANDHeadhV a Juliet cap of imported lace

and outlined with seed pearls and SMARTEST STYLING I
Maternity Hospital
For God'sCountry I beads. Her only ornamentwas -L
I announces the following births: crystal strand of pearls, a -I____ 1 I The biggest wrap-around
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gaines of a windshield of any make!

William Starke a son, Terry Alan, born gift from the groom. She carrieda -
Lundigan and Virginia June white satin prayer book topped -i.e ,_ New Dodge trucks give
Dale with throated orchid from _. _ you brilliant, Forward
a purple 1
Plus Color Cartoon for Children Mr. and Mrs. Gene Noegel of which fell showers of narrow satin a Look styling. One test-

Starke, a son, Lawrence Lamar, I _________
Wed. born June 20. ribbons tied with stephanatis.Mrs. ., __ _ _ drive will tell you they're
DOUBLE, Thur. June 29 30 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lyles of Dansby chose for her I best for your business!
blue iiII1I1 c. -.
daughter's wedding an aqua I
Brooker, a daughter, Lois Elaine, : \
Murder Is My Beat born June 20.NOTICE. pima silk gown with a scalloped _
neckline embroidered with beads. I
With Paul Langton and Barbara _
T(' APPEAR She wore a pink carnation corsage. __ _
P8).ton In Circuit Court. Bradford Coar I
Florida !. ChBr, rr- rye The mother of the bridegroom ______________
-AND- Angela Fattorusso. Plaintiff, vs. selected a light blue linen suit
0 Ralph Fattorusso. Defendant. complimented with a pink carna- I
My Darling Case Xo. 10-1054 L
tittlrr T. App.trgTo tion .
corsage. _
Clementine : Ralph Kattorusso whose residence
Following the wedding, a reception --
and address is: 75 Stewart _
With Frank Albertson, Lorna Gray Street Brooklyn. New York. was held in the church
You Are hereby notified
and Irene Ryan tult for that a recreation building. Forming the -

Plus Cartoon for Children Divorcebaa decorations were pedestal basketsof S
been filed against you In the
white gladioli, carnations and
above named Court and cause and
Fri., Sat. July 1. 2 YOU are required to serve a copy of tube roses with the bases entwined

DOUBLE FEATURE your complaint answer on or pleading the Flatntltf't to the with fern. The bride's table was !

Attorney William D. Morgan, overlaid with ruffled net over DODGE ih-ffated'TRUCKS
THREE RING !M>7 Clark Building. Jacksonville
floor. Cen-
satin, extending to the
CIRCUSWith and file the original In the office of tering the table was the three- >: with The! jrgrdLook i
the Clerk nf the Circuit Court onSr tiered wedding cake embossed __
Dean Martin & Leis before the !
23! day of with white and
July. 1955: pale green, topped
AND otherwise the allegations of said: (
with wedding bell filled with
a Six Gun DecisionWith Complaint: by you. will he taken as confessd tube roses. Surrounding the cake Brothers Motor Co.

This notice hall te published were ruffles of white nylon net Hardy i
Guy Madison & Andy Devino once eah week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Tele interspersed with tube roses. Bal-
Plus Serial Chap. Xo. 7, and Cartoon grnh.Dated.
for Children. this !! day of June 1955. ,ancing the centerpiece were four-
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy ,branch candelabra holding burning DODGE PHONE 69 PLYMOUTH :
Clerk nf the
r-lrcnlf rourBy '
T- Marian L. Crosby 4t"tlty Cl..rV :white, tapers. Silver compotes held
6/%{ 4t 7/15 decorated mints and nuts. The two


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I 66 II 66. I I Walter Jennings left last Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Amberson of Dr. A. Y. Covington returned to Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand Mr.
I day for Paxton, Ill., for a few days. Birmingham, Ala., spent last week his home on Kingsley Lake Sat- family of Jacksonville were Sun- children are this i I, and Mrs. Harold Hazelwood j t
visit with his grandfather Dr. R. with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite.T. urday after undergoing surgery in day afternoon of Mr. and daughters were visiting Mr. i
guests and week vacationing near and
| Mrs. Leo
A. Jennings, and then to Des- H. Slade Sr. was in Miami last St. Vincent's hospital. He will recuperate 1 Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. :\. C. AShe\i1le.1 Lemmerman in
Moines, la., where he is joining his Friday attending the Florida Liqui at his home for the next: !j on Sunday. !

grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. fied Gas Petroleum Association two weeks. : -- -- u -. -- '_._. __ __ -- : -.!-,:.,;-._' ._.- '
Westburg, for a fishing trip in meeting of which he is vice presi- Mrs. John Livingston of Mel- -- - -'-- -

J Canada for several weeks. dent. From there he flew to bourne was visiting Mr, and :Mrs.
JI Mrs. M. F. Hazen, :Mrs. S. E'j Caunao, Cuba, to visit his daughter Henry Godwin from Friday to

I .. Sparks, Mrs. T. B. ,Harding, ., Joanne, who is spending eight Tuesday. Mrs. Godwin and nieces, Koch's BIG Summer
r I I 6 I I I II r6
- -- --- --------- A. R. Norman, Miss Dorothy Ross, weeks there. Reese and Rhenetta Johnson, returned -

Mrs. C. M. Turney of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherdand Miss Clara Leaman and Mrs.P. J. Tom McClane of Winter Park to Melbourne with Mrs.

is visiting Mrs. Carrie Ward family of Tampa spent several. Quattlebaum attended the Florida spent the weekend with Mr. and I Livingston for a few days visit.

and other friends here for several days with Mr. and Mrs. L P. Shep Federated Garden Club short Mrs. Glen Duke Mr. and Mrs. Reid McRae of

weeks. course at the U. of F. from Mon- Tampa spent from Saturday to
Miss Iris Thomas and Mrs. Sy-
herd.Mr. PRICE
Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Leonard and Mrs. Jerry Bolden of,day to Wednesday. MacLane of Miami are spending Thursday with Mrs. Lillie Bridges.Mr. .
Noegel were in Gainesville Sat- Opalocka were Saturday visitors'! Friends of L. S. Hutto will be and and Mrs. D. M. McRae of
this week with their uncle
urday afternoon on business. of their son-in-law and daughter, interested to hear that he entered I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. Orlando were visiting friends and I

New Shipment of Dresses 5.98 Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. ,the Veteran's Hospital in Lake relatives here from Saturday to
(I Mr. and Mis. Owen Vaughn
Value now $3.98 at Martha's.Mr. Luncheon guests of Mrs. Dave,I City on Tuesday for observation 1,have, returned from a ten day visitwith Thursday.Xew .
and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns Paulk and daughter, Faye, on and treatment. I their son-in-law and daughter Shipment of Dresses 5.98I 1

and son, Larry, and Rev. and Mrs. Saturday were Mrs. R. C. Jordan I Miss Carol Searing returned : Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Green Jr., Value now $3.98 at Martha's.Mrs. .

W. A. Scott, all of Gainesville, and daughters and Miss Harreit I. home Tuesday after visiting her in Raleigh, N. C. Dell Colley and her mother

were visitors Sunday afternoon at Ann Oadley of Lexington, Ky., Mrs. aunt Mrs. R. B. Trask, in Lakeland of Mrs. Daisy Perryman, are entertaining -
Mr. Mrs. T. N.
and Eterly
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. William Pendley of Dawson I for the past three weeks. of at a family dinner party

Quigley on Mabel Street. Springs, Ky., and Mrs. Clyde Rit-, Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando Circleville Ohio were guests Friday evening. Those attendingwill
Mr. Earl B.
and Mrs.
ter of Jacksonville. I{lis visiting her mother, Mrs. E. S. Searing be Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis,
Mrs. T. H. Slade entertained at I Thursday and Friday of last week.
Matthews.Mr. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman of
an informal Coca-Cola party Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker spent Martha Susan Ritch is spendingthis
Mrs. Muller M. Moore of
and Andrew J. I Starke and Mrs. A.
nesday honoring her daughterinlaw the first of the week in Georgia week with her uncle and aunt,
of Summit, N. J. are visiting Mrs.Muller's .,| Blacksheer, Ga.
Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr. visiting relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch, onLLake r:41
brother, Earl B. Searing, Nat Dankel Jr. spent several
Mitchell.Mr. .
and family, and Mrs. Glen G. days this week with his cousins. 1'J
and Mrs. L. H. Goldsmithand
Searing of Kingsley Lake. Sonny and John Dankel in Bruns- H'
children of Warner Robbins, 1.
Xew Shipment of Dresses 5.98 Mr. wick, Ga. while his sister, Judy,
Ga., were weekend guests of
Value now $3.98 at Martha's.Dr. was visiting her cousin, Martha
and all spent
and Mrs. E. F. Miles
and Mrs. C. K. Hayes and Ann Hutchinson in Auburndale.Mr. .

family, including their five week's Monday. Crosby in St.Dawkins Augustine.Mrs. and. daugh- and Mrs. I. E. Clark are COME IN AND STOCK UP ON YOUR FAVORITE

William Graham Marcellus,
son, visiting :Mrs. Clark's parents,
Dedicated To Community Service of Madison, were Tuesday evening ters, Janelle and Paula, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mahathy in

"Movie Are Better Than Ever" guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Kite. [ spent last H. Nollman.Mr. Friday .with Stapleton, Ala. for two weeks. I COSMETICS AT THIS GREAT HALF PRICE SALE
Mr. and Mrs. W.
:ifrs. Laura Johns, who celebrated -
Mrs. A. M. Moore of Blacksheer,
If find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and
you your name her 90th birthday on Monday, Ga., is spending the weekend with
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS received many< cards, gifts and family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P., her sister, Mrs. Del Colley, and FACE POWDER COLOGNELIP

flowers from well-wishers. Amongher Hazen and new baby daughter ,STICK BODY POWDER
family and mother Mrs. Daisy
t Sat., June 25 ONLY Sun., Mon. and Tues. :Mr. Joyce, in Ocala on Sunday.
visitors on Sunday were
Mrs. Moore's o
Ferryman. daughter,
L. H. Gibson and COLD CREAM And Other Items
-- DOUBLE FEATURE June 26, 27, 28 and Mrs. Joe Braden, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. dinner with Marilyn: will return home with Many

B. W. Curry and Miss Myrtle Redjdish children had a picnic her after spending two weeks with
EAST OFEDEN Mrs. Cesar Rivera at Glen
; Mr. and
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mary her grandmother and aunt.
in Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. .
ir t { ,Beth Peacock and son, Richy, of Springs have Herb Thomas spent the weekendin
and Mrs. L. D. Green
J Orlando. Pensacola business while
I7 had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Will- on
x I ) Starring Julia Harris Robbie Shaller of Shepherd'sRadio i ard Pass of Tallahassee over the Mrs. Thomas and daughter, Kath- REDUCING WAFERS .95

t Plus "My Little Duckaroo" Car., Service was working at weekend and Mrs. Robert Stevens leen spent the weekend with Mr.
Shepherd's branch store in Tampaon and Mrs. George Hockett in Fort
toon and Latest World News and daughters of Jacksonville on
,414" Wednesday and Thursday.Miss Lauderdale.Mr. .
Gloria JohnS of Jackson- Monday.Mr. IT'S EASY irs FUN NOW *
and Mrs. Merritt Williamsand and Mrs. S. C. Tenly and YOU CAN "EAT YOUR CAKE
IIM the with her
% ville spent weekend children
and William Nor-
Johns spent Wednes- Henry "
MISS DOROTHY ROSS grandmother, Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Jerome AND HAVE IT TOO.
/ day to Sunday of last week in ton of Gainesville were Sunday
o. Mrs. Griffin also had as Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ten-
Orleans, Reg.
guests Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sturges [New ly. $6.95 NOW ONLY
Wed., Thurs. and Fri. Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sturges Jr. Mrs. Spencer Lyles and Mrs. .
II p June 29, 30, July 1 of Fernandina and Mrs. Mack Elsie Larcey and four childrenof ..
Savannah, Ga., were weekend \OTICK TO APPEAR
of Sanford. While Last !
Moye They
tu Ii Mm.r,., ,, .,ryw.inn1/lI I's" ? .lM, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie la Circuit Court. Bradford County,
Billy Dampier is spending sev- Florldat In Chancery.Dorothy .
v fnm M-G-M in COlOt. .. ONE Sullivan.Mr. .
eral weeks with his grandparents, : Wilhelm Plaintiff vs. Henry -
) and Mrs. William Felos George Wilhelm, Defendant.Case .
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier, and Xo. 10-1053
i' other relatives in Jacksonville. and Mr. and Mrs. Cris Kartsonis I Notice To AppearTo

1 ( Friends of Mrs. One Wiggins and daughter, Sylvia, of Jackson- residence: Henry and George address Wilhelm is: Unknown., whose GET MORE FOR LESS

141U1i (\will be interested to know that ville were Sunday afternoon guestsof I I You are hereby notified that a
Dr. Mrs. Pete Felos. suit for divorce and custody of

"'''she Wednesday entered St.for Vincent's surgery.Mr. .hospitalon New and Shipment of Dresses 5.98 minor against you child in the has above been named filed You'll Be SAFE You'll Be SURE When Your Prescription Is

$3.98 at Martha's. Court and cause and you are required -
BfPUBIICIICloE1E ** and }Irs. Bill Kinard and Value now and Mar- to serve a copy of your an- Filled At The Koch Drug Store
Misses Kathryn Kelly swer or pleading to the complainton
jU11' family of Ocala were Sunday tha Landrum were guests of Miss the Plaintiff's Attorney
j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee E. K. Perryman, Starke, Florida
i the Two Registered Pharmacists with Education and Experience To
Laura Head in Lakeland over and file the original In the office of Training, -
= 'Crosby Jr. and family. weekend. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or SERVE YOU DAY OR NIGHT
AND II.IJ DORYEA I Mrs. Claude Pyle and children before the I
.JHf RltWDS of
j! Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Garrett ] 25 day of July, 1953
land Mrs. Esta Faulkner of Duff, Miami were overnight guests Mon- otherwise the allegations of said PHONE 53 FOR FREE DELIVERY
JWMII.J JM.HfI1S ., spent the past two weeks Complaint will be taken as confessed -
H. Noll-
: day of Mr. and Mrs. W. by you.
[with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner i while enroute to Chateau This notice shall be publishedonce
Plus "River RJbber" Cartoon and[land Mrs. Ben Faulkner. man 'each week for four consecutive
,7)i& Asheville, N. C. for
Nollman at weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
Gary, Linda and Eddie Mac graph. KOCHDRUG STORE
Latest World Neus.OMING i Hildebran are spending ten days the summer. Dated this 21 day of June, 1955.
( Misses Frances and Martha FFfCIAIj SEAL) Charles A. Darby
;idsPlus with their grandparents in Shelby last week in Clerk of the Circuit Court ...
Landrum .spent By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk _
C. while their
and N. -
"Hide and Shriek" Cartoon, C SOON, mother Morgantown, Mrs. Ed, Hildebran, is at- Brooksville visiting their grandparents Lan- 6/24 4t 7/15 __:. '_ :_ : __.__._ :: __ .r.-:_ ._ __ __ _.... '.. <<.. --_- = -=_= :=:-.: -:::
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
and Chap. No. 12 Serial.
tending the Baptist WMU conference -
Love Me Or Leave Me drum.
In PJdgecrest, N. C. and
Rev. and Mrs. W. S.
.-- -. -. McAlfley children of Charlotte, N. C. are
- -.' visited McAlilev Mr.in and Gainesville Mrs. Charles on C'I guests for two weeks of Mr. and ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OFFRED'S

Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Fay
: I
Hogan Smith returned Gill.Mrs.
Paul Shupe of Eau
I home Tuesday after spending ten spent the past weekend with her

SUMMER days visiting in Georgia and the I parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dem- Marine
j Smokies. Enroute there she dropped -I
I [.orest. CENTER
her daughter, JoAnne Rowe, Glen Duke and daughter, Gail,
off at the University of Georgia of. Mr.Duke's .
attended the wedding .
++.aew aaea.a..a.a. eras
where JoAnne entered s.
DE-IN SALE summer nephew, Hugh Franklin
I school and Mrs. Smith also took Edge to Miss Jean Robertson in i

her mother, Mrs. R. C. Weaver Sr. Gainesville Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .

,of Miami, "up ttf Unadilla, Ga., to .
the ., .
Jeanette Young \ .. .
I I visit her sister, Mrs. J. R. ClewisSr. -.. ---
weekend in Keystone Heights as .,: ..
Mrs. Smith joined her sister- the guest of Mr.; and Mrs. Fred ... 70--
,[in-law Mrs. J. W. Ainsley in At- \ "" .-' ,
Leonhard. 0.
Philco TV.v kins, Ga., for the remainder of the Miss Dottie Sue Biggs of St. II. PRAIT&TEIPI.ESTS.r, -

trip.Mrs. Augustine spent the weekend with
R. S. Mullins and son, Robin Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs at STARKE FLA. .

spent Wednesday in Ocala visit- Kingsley Lake.

ling her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and ..-

T. Izlar, and Mr. Mullins parents, family were in Sanford over the AGENTS FOR
Mr and Mrs. G. W. Mullins.
weekend visiting Mrs. Yancey'smother
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of Mrs. J. P. Stevens.

iNewton' N. C., arrived Sunday to Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent the EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTORS

!spend ten days with Mrs. J. H. weekend in Tampa visiting Mr.
Fields. They all spent several
: and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe.
I|days this week with Mr. and Mrs.

.Harold Ford in Cocoa.Mrs. H.P.
I Nora Price returned to her j 15 H.P.'FASTWIN'.

home in Mobile, Ala., Wednesday'! 'DUCTWIN'

after three month's visit with her .

sister, Mrs. Vergie Flynn.Mr. .

II and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez; Mr. : I $149 I 3. $355PLUS

and Mrs. T. B. Harding and Mr. .
land Mrs. Paul Raymond were vis- t TAX

iting in Jacksonville Sunday. V _

\ Attending the Baptist WMU e .
conference in Ricfgecrest N. C.,

from Wednesday to next Fridayare

eL Mrs. A. R. Norman, Mrs. Kate 7'/2 H.P. ,.E 25 H.P.4FLEETWIN' .

Sheppard, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. I
sand Mrs. Ed Hildebran. J i I
I Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garner were

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. If's convenient $239.50

DELAY, Lowell Mathews Wednesday eve- It's comfortableIt III Elxs Vt

ning. costs less PLUS TAX ELECTRIC 'I

Mrs. L. Hillendahl Sr. is returning One

SEE US NOW ',| to her home in Houston, Tex., Jacksonville _uu $ war 1.00 PLUS$535
after the TAX
i today spending past Key West ____-______ 11.55
;.three weeks with her son and
West Palm Beach __ 6.30
:I daughter-in-law, the Junior Hillen- u SEE rsBEFORE 6
idahls. Lake City _____ .80
I Smith DeVoe Jr. is spending the Lake Wales _____ 3.95 YOU LIBERAL nUDEIS'il il !:

:summer with his grandparents, Mr. Ocala ___r____-- 1.40 OX YOUR OLD i!

and Mrs. Lewis Hocker, at Lake Tampa __________ 3.55 TRADE Stanley MOTOR Ii!I I IComplete'
EASIER TERMS Wentling, Billy Harrington, Fred Graudon (owner) !
Hoptagong, N. J. Gainesville ____ .55
Mrs. Prow Strickland and children St. Augustine _-- 1.20

I spent Father's Day visiting Miami __ ..5 Line EVINRUDE i

for ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Daytona Beach __ 2.40 Motors -- Parts --- Service !
Moyer, in Jacksonville and with '
I Orlando -. _--_ 3.10 i
Mr. Strickland's mother, Mrs. A. -- ALSO AGENTS FOR I II
St. Petersburg ,.__ 4.00 ;
S. Strickland, at Mason Manor -
Fort Myers ____ 6.65 I

I Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Mrs. T. J. Flu* U. S. THS ZIMMEL I RUNABOUTS

I Griffin, Miss Annie Darby and *"* en Eta,. 10% Each Wq
,Mrs. I. P. Shepherd were Tuesday With Round. Trip Tidef

';luncheon guests of Mrs. C. C.

|Mendoza at the San Juan Country GREYHOUND BUS STATION Unbelievably Low Priced for a Boat of this Class at $395.00

Club, Jacksonville.Arch Temple & 10th Sts.



State on Monday and Tuesday. '

AL SUPPLIES Miss Alice Lambert, manager of I >> I',

the Starke Hotel, is leaving Mon- See This Beauty on Our Floor Today! '

day Maine for and three Canada.months visit in :; ; R I .q Jj.".. I I.I



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HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES Jaycee.Recreational Project Started in from outside" I. e., purchases I portant, Dr. Cake thinks, when Junior BaseballThe Mason DegreesBradford
by out-of-state buyers of fruits, one points the figure at tourismas

Sense vegetables, e.tc. Dr. Cake estimates the largest source of state in American Legion Junior Lodge No. 33: F. andA

Here's an easy summertime an additional 20 per cent come. Baseball Team plays Gainesvilleat .M. will confer the Master Ma-
main dish combining three family of this total, And, he says, as tourism's total
or $80,000,000, was Gainesville Tuesday, June 28.
favorites-ham,potatoes, and milk. BOTH AGRICULTURE AND increases does sons Degree upon two candidates
so agriculture's.YOU'LL
paid to in-state businessmen for
They play Ocala at Ocala Thursday -
Ilam and Scalloped Potatoes TOURISM LMPORTANT LSTATE'S Friday, June 24, at 8 the
U ECONOMIC: LIFE processing, transporting, etc.,these LOVE the new Ester- June 30. Tuesday, July 5, p.m.
Take 4 medium-sized ,
potatoes products. The two total $t8, ,ooo,- they play Williston at Starke. .Masonic Temple at Orange and
sliced, 1 tablespoon grated onion, Many Florida persons think the brook purse-size fountain pens In I I'Call. All master
The team played Williston at masons are invited
000.Thus pastel shades. $2.58 at Bradford
2 hot milk 1-2 pound thinly Only I.
cups tourist business is our economic agriculture Is equally Im Starke Thursday June 23. [ to attend. I
sliced ham, cut in serving pieces, mainstay. And it is an extremely Telegraph. I I ,

salt and pepper. important phase of our state's
r _
Put half of potatoes into a greased -
baking dish. Sprinkle with life.But don't overlook agriculture
ek .
half the onion, a little salt and t has I one of the big contributors to ,.
pepper. Use salt sparingly. Add Florida's pocketbook. In fact,some "

ham; cover with rest of potatoes, I persons believe agriculture's in- Ii ; I'
seasonings and onion. Add milk come production is equal in value (
until it barely shows between the]k I to tourism's. GooojiE4R

potato slices in top. Save rest of 3 a ,5 One such person is Dr. E. W. I i

milk to add during cooking if Cake, Agricultural Extension

needed.; Cover dish and bake at marketing specialist. He has some

350 degrees F. (moderate oven) interesting figures to back up his I MIDSUMMER

about 1 hour. Remove cover last contention. He takes his '(,)ata

15 or 20 minutes to allow pota- from the 1948 Census of Business, i \
toes to brown on top. which he believes the most recent

4 servings. About 1-2 cup milk i ... ,,",. ,'' ".,. available source of complete data.Here's 1VE
_. x- "
per serving. I -- how he reaches his con-

For other potato-meat dishes, The Bradford County Jaycees will give away this trim little speed clusion:
use ham trimmings, cheese, roast
boat and raptor some time in July. On Call Street last Saturday, Some persons believe 5,000,000
meat, chipped dry beef, frankfur-
Jaycee members Shep Faber, Ed Kehr, and Harry Kauti (above) were tourists a year visit Florida, says
ters, or corned beef in place of Cake, and spend
busy explaining the details to all passers-by who would stop and listen. Dr. $100 apiece
ham. would
during their stay. That put
A good hearty main dish is Funds raised from this project will be used by the Jaycees on one of
$500,000,000 yearly into Florida'spocketbook.
corn sausage pudding. their community. projects. N : 1 1II
Corn and Sausage PuddingUse -Polaroid 1-MInute Photos by the Telegraph- In 1948, an estimated 4,800,000

1 pound bulk pork sausage tourist visited the '
state. Say these
2 or 3 eggs, 1 cup soft bread ? ,1 : 1iSj' '
persons stayed two weeks and :
crumbs (omit when using 3 eggs), "East Of Eden'At Florida Sunday spent as much in that time as an II
2 tablespoons melted fat, 2 cups '
--- equal of state residents
milk, 2 cups drained wholekernelcorn '",r"": \ would spend in a month. Then, j I I i2
dried soaked and
(or corn ;#; I the tourist group would have been i
cooked), salt and pepper. I the equivalent of 400,000 full-time

small Divide balls.sausage Brown meat in frying into 18 J residents.The __ ,
pan. N
3 state's population in 1948 x* I
Drain on absorbent paper. Beat I II II
A was about 2,500,000 persons, the
eggs, add bread crumbs, fat, milk economist For
says. easy figuring,
and corn. Season with salt and
convert the 400,000 tourist-citi
pepper. Pour into a greased baking
zens mentioned in the preceding:
dish. Place balls .
sausage on
paragraph to 500,000 in round
top. Press into pudding. Set in a'
numbers, for easier figuring. This
pan of hot water and bake in a
would give a total of 3,000,000
moderate oven ((350 degrees F.) citizens.
50 to 60 minutes or until set. Serveat
The tourists citizens thus are .
once. one-sixth of the population groupof CHECK THESE SALE PRICES

6 servings. 1-3 cup milk per \ 3,000,000 persons. One sixth of Super-Cushion Black Sidewalls Famous
serving. \
ts the total retail sales figure wouldbe nlarno DJ'EAR'Re ,
,f $400,000,000. In 1948, $155.000.- Tr.d.-In I
000 was spent for services; of this SIZE PAce a with Trade.ln

total, Dr. Cake"*estimates, about 6.00116 (16.15 $11.91
COLONIAL .'." 1 half was spent by tourists for j 6.40115 17.85 14.15 Super' Cushion'I

motel and hotel rooms, boat-rent \ 6.70 J5 18.70 14.95

als, etc., or about $75,000,000. So, 7.10z15 20.70 16.60

FLORISTPHONE A knotty love problem evolves in "East of Eden" which opens at the tourist total for the year I 6.50 1:: 22x5
would be about $475,000,000. 160s: 22$5 18.25v,95 FIRST TIME AT THIS LOW PRICE
the Florida Theatre Sunday for a three-day run. Pictured are Julie In 1948, Dr. Cake continued,

218 Harris and screen newcomer James Dean as the drama of Northern agriculture brought $498.000,000 Super-Cushion White Sidewalls Here's your chance to save with safety! Check our

J California develops into the state. Of this figure, about TIRE Regular no new low SALE PRICES on all sizes of Goodyear's $

.14M,._ ,nnn,nnn w as co o ney "b ropg ht. SIZE I Trade-in I with SALE Trade-In PRICE" 3-T famous Super-Cushion. This tire features exclusive 95
Triple-Tempered Cord for added
(j) Saratoga Heights' Area East Of Starke Mrs. Margaret Miller and George 6.00 I I 16 $20.50 Price' $16.45 and the same Stop Notch tread design that strength came
on Americas finest 1954 cars. You can't lose when
a Home Construction Reports Water Level' Stauffer, both of whom have deep : 6.70115 22.90 18.45 you choose safer Super-Cushions at these radically s.b is

FLOWERSFor Starts In 6 WeeksWork Dropped To New Low wells. :. 7.IOxIS 25J5 20.55 reduced prices. ryar a
:Mrs. Jay Leach said the water 6.50.16 27.25 22.15 lellrl

All Occasions on 15 new homes in Saratoga Residents near the Pelican Clubon level in her well dropped five feet 7.60115 27.75 22.60 ACT NOW OFFER LIMITED

Heights should be underway the old Kingsley Lake road Mrs. Jacobson reported the level Plus Tar "Plus Tai tAd R..CiPP4bl. lire As Low As $1.25 Weekly For TWO Tires!

DISH GARDENS within a month or six ,/according this week reported a lowered water was down eight feet on her prop
POTTED PLANTS to A. J. Thomas Sr., agentfor level with attendant pump dif erty, causing pump trouble for More People Ride On Goodyear Tires Than On Any Other Kind ....

contractor \V. C. Dejne- ficulties. the first time in seven years.

POTTERY tree of Jacksonville. Mrs. Bernard Jacobson, whose Most of the residents solved the "_ LI""I'

Thomas said he expects Deme- home is on the dirt Old St. Au- difficulty by adding pipe to their

Flowers WiredAnywhere tree to start construction as soonas gustine road, said six wells went wells. In some cases, they are SERVICE
the area's roads are surfaced, out of commission on the road having to shift from shallow to ... STATION
which Demetree is doing at his in one day. Those with water/were deep well pumps to carry the water w GOOD/VEAR GOODl-AN'S
own expense. the additional distance. a I TIRES SEEBER D. GOODMAN
Nona St Starke Demetree also is lending the es. He is to be reimbursed later Residents reported a number of
U. S. 301 at
City several thousand dollars for for this expenditure. new irrigation wells in the area I : South Cityimlt..IIIIK .

sewer and water pipe to the housThat's All of the new homes will be but it was not known if the new \ ---- .

_- L located on Blanding Street. Lots pumps are affecting other wells a ';, ,or
vary in size from 60 to 130 feet in the area.
Our Business
frontage and from 83 to 130 in
S S f17
0 If It's Glass We Have It!> depth. .
4 CALL WRITE or VISIT Thomas said the three bedroom
homes 'will be of masonry and

Joe Peters Glass Co. concrete block construction, have I
tile baths and be furnished with

space heater, water heater and
kitchen exhaust fans. Nine will
Modern Store Fronts
We Design" have hardwood floors, six asphalttile.
Just Mail Us A Pattern for ,

Table Tops Saratoga Heights, located in the 'I}

1313 NW.4th Pl. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353 west end of town, already contains s.,
27 homes.


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yyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyy ing a few days with her parents, the State Farm were Sunday dinner Maxville. He is staying with his Julia, spent Monday with Mrs. thurine Blanchard of Jacksonvillewere

Demonstration/ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bub sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Claudia Strickland at Cowpen\ Sunday evening guests of

,r-- Home LAWTEY\ Miss Phyllis Mitchel and her Wilkerson. Mrs. Markilee Padgett.We Lake. I}Ir. A. :M. Blanchard and Miss En-
Notesby mother, Mrs. Mitchell of Lebanen, Miss Blanche Monds spent sev- are very happy to report Misses Esther :Mason and Ar- i za BlanchardFACTORY
I Va., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.: eral days recently with Miss Lillie that Mr. Walter Wilkinson has recovered -!
I By 3Irs. Joyce T. FutchpjjjjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Milo Smith and family.Mr. Carter at Clay Hill. from a recent illness andis I
i y- -- --- -- -- --- -- -
i I and Mrs. Richard Lang of :Miss Daisy Raulerson, who has able to be. in town.Mr. I
DOROTHY ROSS Long Branch were visiting Mr. been staying with her sister, Mrs. Glenn Williamson and son
Home Demonstration Agent Mr.daughters and Mrs. of Royal Jacksonville Hawkinsand and Mrs. Winton Parrish on Sat- Lonnie Smith, in Gainesville since of Jacksonville were Sunday FACTORY

Mrs.D. urday her release from Alachua Gen- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ben
with Mr. and
spent Sunday Mrs. L. ,H. Hill has returnedto eral Hospital, spent Sunday with nett. APPROVED ENGINEERED
4-11 Camp Modern Mess, and electricity. B. Thomas.
Four-H Camp surely was en- I Swimming proved to be the most James Carroll. Baldwin is years her teaching home after in Tice.completing a her Raulerson.Mr.parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. :M. Mr. and Mrs. Waylen Sapp of I -9

joyed last week brimming over, i popular class. In it, each girl was spending some time with his Gwendolyn Raulerson is visit- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and I SERVICE PARTS
too, with 146 girls from Bradford, I given a test and a certificate. for daughter Mrs.: J. J. Smith.A ing her uncle aunt, Mr. and : and Mrs.: M. C. McAteer: I Mrs. Arthur Pearce on Sunday.Mr. I
her ability. correction-Mrs. Arthur and and family, of Virginia Beach, Va., and :Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and
Alachua, Putnam and Clay coun- swimming
Mrs. E. L. Raulerson
in Jackson-
i ties. Thirty-three were from Brad- After supper, the girls enjoyed (Beckie) Sapp, not Mr. Sapp, and Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Hicks, are family, Mrs. Leona Edwards, and Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
I ville.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hicks. :Mrs. E. M. Futch were visitingFlo'd
various active in the huge with Mr. and
ford ,County. games spent Sunday I and Mrs. H. B. Ingram Jr. ,Wrecker{ Service
which has been completed Pearce. :Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas Futch in the hospital in..
Counselors from Bradford Coun- pavilion just Mrs. Arthur and son, David, attended services !
1 Girls I spent Sunday afternoon at Kings- Gainesville on Sunday afternoon.
4-H spent
smooth The following
ty who assisted with the at the Methodist Church on Sun-
running of at Cherry Lake' The last thing before going to last week at their camp on Cherry I ley Lake. Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mrs. BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
were Pat Hobbs camp Marilyn Cox, Pa- bed every night girls from each Lake, near Madison: :Mary Elaine day.Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Barrett of Denvil Crews is employed for Joyce Futch and sons, Terry and TESTING
in conducting the summer at. a sawmill near Ralph, and daughter, :Miss Mary
tricia Pellum, Betty Ann Simmons, county had a turn [and Abbie Harley, Dora Lee Carter I BRAKE
Elizabeth Prevatt, and Vida Jean vesper services out on the lawn. Frankie and Betty Wainwright, '-' -- -- -' -.-' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI 1 LINING TUBES GENERATOR
Gentry. Fridaj night marked the closingof Joy Ann Starling, Carol Faye I SALES BATTERIES
Your Clothes FENDER
and the traditional candle and Linda Shaw. I Our Window I
The craft. was making knife camp Bradley, Display REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
racks. lighting ceremony was performedby Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes have 9 Pounds I
Three classes in 'the morning the girls. This is a very im- had as guest this week, Mr. I OFLOVEBRIGHT I BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
pressive and meaningful occasion. Estes' parents Mr. and Mrs. R.I For 40c!
swimming Modern Miss or
Cottage Cheese F, Estes, of Kingsport, Tenn., and, E DIAMONDS 3 3I I Complete Lubrication Service
Cottage cheese is an inexpensive Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wall of Bluff FREE Bleach If Desired! I

source of high quality protein.For City, Term. I DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
e E I
example, a three-fourths' cup Rev. Troy M. Wakefield oft E
serving will furnish about 50 per Gainesville has been reappointedto We Will I LARGE SELECTION OF 3 3I 3I Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
cent of the.protein needed daily by fill the Methodist pupit for the Dry Your Clothes I
the average adult that is half coming year. I E Ladies and Gents Nationally Advertised : We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs

the popular 12 ounce carton sold by Mr.: and Mrs. Paul Bennett and For 20c I <

most dairy plants. and Brenda, spent : HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
HbMI APPLIANCESISthiiiniversary daughters, Judy I In New Automatic Driers! J I WATCHES
Cottage cheese is a wise choice Friday night and Saturday in I
t I ] for "calorie counters," too; thethreefourths' Starke with Mr. and Mrs. _W. M. ,
cup serving contains Smith and son. I !IE 3\ I 600 Temple Ave. W Phone 69
only 200 calories about 6 to 8 I :Mr and Mrs. J. R. Devore. and I The Washeteria ; :

per cent of the calories needed family were recent visitors of: E YOUR DODGE PLYh UOUTII DEALER
151 W. Call St. Phone 375 3
each day by an average adult: (Mrs. D. W Devore in Atlanta, Ga.i.I Temple Ave. Starke,IE
Most of the. cottage cheese you returned home with Starke, Fla. ,- .. .
$139'.95 AND OLD buy is "creamed cottage cheese." Mrs.them Devore for an extended visit. <" --,, ',, tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A I -',- -- -- -. .. -. ,- ,- ,_.-. .--..- -" '.----,-', -, -..,-- -:;."
'- '-'-- "
\ This means that fresh, sweet Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice were I
WASHERXMODEI .< cream is added for extra good I visiting relatives in Maxville on I I

\ flavor and to give it more moist, Saturday.Mr I

:' .- appetizing 'consistency. and Mrs. E. Tyner and
'' Here's a recipe for a healthy,
'' Orlando
family of are spending
t'I I, 'lam.. easy-to-make main dish with a lit- several days with Mrs. Tyner's

I.1 tle different flavor. Served with a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blane Tes- The makers of Super-Refined No-Noxthe
t I tossed salad, hot biscuits and fresh ton. Ed Teston of Tampa is also clean-burning gasoline,
it's right for
fruit dessert, just visiting his parents, the.Tes-
summertime dinners. You'll find .
"';I::11I'': the.casserole. can be prepared in tons.Mr.. and Mrs. Ernest Peavy and *- .
!'il il the morning, kept in the refrigerator .
'1 Gara .Dorman were visiting Mr.
l all day, then slipped into the and Mrs. Carl Prevatt and other : motor oil. .
now bring a new super-refined
Iltl oven just long enough before mealtime relatives this week. you .
to be piping hot and golden Mrs. Senie Prevatt's friends

"",'I brown on top.TwoInOne Casserole. will be glad to know that she is .. '. ,
able to be about after an extended
lb. beef, half lb.
I 1 ground one.
I illness. She had dinner with her
1 medium onion .
ground pork
granddaughter, Mrs. Brad Nor
WEe REG. $2999 chopped, one fourth cup butter, 2 ""
ton, last

J 1955 BENDIX cans cottage condensed cheese,tomato*2 teaspoons soup, 1 Wor-cup Benton Terry, of Futch Starke, with, was his a business brother

cestershire sauce, 2 teaspoons salt, I.
visitor to Gainesville on Saturday. New H.D. Select
one fourth teaspoon pepper, one I Gulfpride
TUMBLE ACTION WASHERDeluxe half of 12 oz. package medium Sunday dinner guests of :Mr.I'
and :Mrs. 0.: J. Phillips were :Mr.
Bendix features are noodles (cooked and drained) 1 cup and Mrs. Coleman Phillips and
buttered bread crumbs.
yours at a price no higher Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of
Brown meat and onion lightly in
.than many "strip models" and"leftovers" Waldo. "'Q p:,-t' ,
butter in frying'pan.. Add soup, ...
You get the Auto- Jimmy and Charles Moore were
cheese and seasonings.
matic Pre Wash Soak right on cottage shopping in Jacksonville on Satur-
\ Simmer for 15 minutes. Arrange
dial automatic
the timer
layers of cooked noodles and meat day.Rev.
watet temperature control buttered dish Worth, of Jacksonville,
mixture in a baking
famous Water Miser f'j pastor of Woodlawn 'Baptist
,iBendix ((12 x 8 2"). Top with buttered
small loads and the net crumbs. Bake in moderate oven Church, was Sunday dinner guestof

\Tip Top Laundry Guide with (350 degrees) 25 minutes. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis.
.front row concealed controls The easiest-to-make salad you'veever Mrs. Jacck Estes and Miss

the most modern styling ever/ tried good too! Dorothy Swanbom are commutingto ..the only motor oil in the world
the University, Gainesville, each
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I(nation on organization and foun- Xtlee Far Filing Petition For Final maiden name IB The Court Of The County Jndge NOTICE
Discharge Of AdBlnUtrator. has been filed against you in the Bradford TO APPE.Rr. Dated this SI day of May, 135i.
County, Florida .
COLORED dations of lunchroom work and TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: above,named Court and cause and I I. Probate.In Circuit Court BradfordFlorida County. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
NEWS OF INTEREST TO quantity cookery. This will be the Notice is hereby given that I De- you are required to serve a copy of 1 Re: Estate of Josiah R. Hone H.! !. CkaBcery.Nina Clerk of the Circuit Court
j ,Witt C. Jones have filed my returnsas your answer or pleading to the i.Notice For Sanders. Plaintiff, vs. Glenn
com- Filing Petition
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY fourth annual two-week work con- Administrator of the estate of plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney i Discharge of AdmlnUtrator.: For Final R. Sanders, Defendant. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk634t6,4
ference sponsored jointly by the Odis M. Williams, deceased; that J Fred Butler, 1309 Earnett Bank TO. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Case No. 10-10311
have tiled my petition for final Building,'Jacksonville 2, Florida Notice is hereby given that I De- \0tlee T* Appear
By Ozora Johnson, EditorLAAAAAAAALAAAAAAALAALAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAL State Department of Educationand discharge, and that I. wtj( apply to and file the original In the office of Witt C. Jones have filed my returnsas 'I. To: Glenn R. Sanders, whose resI- I
Bethune-Cookman College. the Honorable Theron ;A. Yawn, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Administrator of the estate of dence and address Is: Oeeola Hotel,
IAALUV County Judge of Bradford County, before the Josiah R. Howe deceased; that I I Geneva, Alabama.
Mrs. Thelma Flanagan, state Florida on July 5. 1955 for approval 11 day of July, 1955; 1 have filed petition for final discharge You are hereby notified that a FILL DIRTGOOD
Citizen Dies I gett, Fort Bliss, Tex.; sisters supervisor of school lunch, and of the same and for final dischargeas otherwise the allegations of said and that I will apply to lull forDi"orce I

On Sunday, June 19, the last Maggie Small, Ivory Raines, Annie Miss Florence Wagner, assistant, Odis administrator M. Williams, of deceased.the estate of fessed Complaint by you.will be taken as con- County the Honorable Judge of Theron Bradford A. County Yawn,, and restoration, alimony, of attorneys'maiden name fees I

rites for Rosa Leggett were held Maw Williams; brother Solomon arrived on the campus Sunday, June 2, 1955DeWitt This notice shall be publishedonce Florida on July 5, 1955 lor approvalof has been flied against you In the RICH
at Allen Chapel A3I.E. Church Albright. The burial was in the indicating that this would be the Administrator Of The C.Estate Jones Of each week for four consecutive the administrator same and for final dischargeas above named Court and cause and
weeks in the E'radford Tele- of the estate of
County you are required to serve a copy of I
Starke with Chest- attendance in the historyof Odis M. Williams deceased. graph. Josiah R. Howe deceased. TOP SOILSee
with Rev. John Groover, pastor, family lot at largest your answer or pleading the com-
6/2 4t 6/%' Dated this 3 of 1955. June 2, 1955
day June.
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I
Home in charge. these work conferences.
officiating. She was a well known nut Funeral
(OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles DeWitt C. Jones
A.Darby Williams & Futch. P. O. Box '
resident of 911 Cypress Street and Lunchroom Workers In Daytona Charles W. Francis, presidentof I. Clr OTICE.1t Court TO, Bradford APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court Administrator Of The Estate Of IS8, Starke, Florida I'
L CoBBty, Josiah
R. Hone, deceased
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
has resided in Starke since 1905. Registration began Monday for the- Florida School Lunch As- Florida IB Chancery. 6/10 4t 7/1 I 6/2 4t 624"TICKOFF" and file the original In the office of I
Juanita Gunter Plaintiff, vs. Don- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
She died on June 12 at Brew- more than 100 school lunchroom sociation and head dietitian at ley E. Gunter, Defendant NOTICE OF PROBATE 1 before the 5 day of July BILL JACKSONJackson

ster Hospital, Jacksonville. She workers and managers, repre- Bethune-Cookman College, will I I:Notice To Appear Case Xo. 10-10S4 In The County Judge's Court Brad said 1955; Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken ai of Transfer Company

was a native of Tarborough, S. senting 40 counties in Florida. serve as coordinator of the pro- I To: Donley E. Gunter, whose resi- ESTATE ford County OF EDWARD Mate of BRADFORD Florida. confessed by you.
C. Surviving relatives are daugh- Bradford County negro schools gram for the college. Mrs. GladysW. dence and address Is: Unknown SIMPSON, Deceased. : This notice shall be published Phone 165

ters Lillie Mae Battle of Starke, will participate for the first time. Ernest, Volusia County school I suit You for are divorce hereby notified that a The Intrrrntrd state of Florida In the Te AH Estate Person. of '' A SENSATIONAL NEW'DISCOVERY tive once weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecu-CountyTelegraph. I

Bertha Dade of Washington D. Mr. Morgan, county superintendent lunch supervisor states that the .above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the said Decedent! I 1E I E
c., Ophelia Motley of Detroit, authorized this trip for Alma county will participate in the you are required to serve a copy of written You are instrument hereby notified purporting that toj a i Give jour dog a capsule: I

Mich., and Addie Leggett of Jenkins and Charity Williams, Work Conference. ,your answer or pleading to the be the Last Will and Testament of j Rid
Cimplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney said decedent has been him of Fleas & Ticks! I
Starke; sons, Ira Legett, Cicero who will work in the new cafe- Some of the classes will be held i I Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Floridai probate in said Court. admitted to ,,'

Leggett, Allen Leggett, Newark, torium of R.J.E. school this fan. at Bonner Elementary School on Title Florida Building, Jacksonville, in You are hereby commanded with I AT ALL DRUG STORES I
six calendar
months from the
N. J., and Private James A Leg- These workers will receive infor- Cypress Street. Outstanding train and file the original In the officeof date of the first publication of this 1 I HUNDREDSof
ed personnel have been securedfor the Clerk of the Circuit Court on notice to appear in said Court and I
or before the show cause. If any you can, why
consultants and teachers. We 11 day of July. 1955; the action of said Court in admittingsaid I.
are, deeply grateful to Mr. Morgan otherwise the allegations of said Will to probate should not I MONUMENTSLOWEST details are managed and economically
I Complaint will be taken as confessed stand unrevoked. '
and the School Board for takingcare by you. (OFFICIAL SEAL) attended that only a trained and
This notice shall be publishedonce Theron A. Yawn, County Judge 1 I
of all the expenses of the i careful attend when
each week for four consecutive Bradford County. Florida I PRICES I can
two teachers in order that they weeks TELEORAPIL in the BRADFORD COUNTY __ 6/10 4t 7/1 the urgent need for serving is at
this fine experience FINEST QUALITYINo !
might have very Dated this 3 day of June, 1955. i hand.
since we will be operatinga I(OFFICIAL, SEAL Charles A. Darby NOTICE TO CHEimORS I
time Clerk of the Circuit Court. In The Court Of The County Judge, Extra ChargeFor
lunchroom for the first
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk \
1 County, Florida
this year.The _,_ 6/10 4t 7/1 IB Probate. Setting In Or Near DeWITT C. JONES :
new cafetorium of R.J.E. NOTICE TO APPEiH BRADFORD SIMPSON', Deceased. STARKEJ ,--.- Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
: high school is equipped to serve IB Circuit Court. Bradford County*I 1'011 Creditor and Persons lIavI I ,i
Sewing Machine Operators Florida IB Chancery. I ins Claim or Demand Against ,
300, hot lunches with more than William Pq Smith, Plaintiff, vs. Said t.tat..r j ) Director Ambulance Ii'uneral
Service ;
three-hundred folding chairs. All Madelyn G. Fernandez, also knowns You and each of you are hereby j
Madelyn G. Fernandez Smith, de- notified and required to present any lnEag !
parents are asked to start plan fendant. Case. Xo. 10-1036 claims and demands which )you or i [ k, Our local funeral home enable as to offer convenience W I
Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES ning now for all children to par-' kutlre To Appear.To either of you may have against the services not otherwise available E
estate of Edward Bradford
: Madelyn G. Fernandez, also Simpson -
ticipate in the school lunch pro: known as Madelyn G. Fernandez deceased, late of said County,
18 THRU 35 gram. This service was made possible -!Smith whose residence and addressis to the County judge of Bradford I. t
: 20-A David Street.: Pasay City, County, Florida, at his office In i
by the Board of Public In- Republic of the Philippines. the court house of said County at'' ATLANTIC MEMORIAISIXC! ; We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital struction for your children -we Tou are hereby notified that a Starke months, Florida from, within the time eight of calendar the- ,I' ESTABLISHED 19397i accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANT I

Insurance Paid Vacations and Others implore you to use it! j suit Annulment for I Each first claim publication or demand of this shall notice.be in i rousr sr. company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. !

Summer Program baa been filed\ against you in the writing, and shall Consultation carries I
state the place no obligation.
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE above named Court and cause and I JACKSONVILLE, ROIIOA:
of residence and office I I
I The summer at R.J.E. post address ." ,
10th & CHURCH STREETS program you are required to serve a copy of of the claimant, and shall be swornto
has"been running SO smoothly un- your answer or pleading to the complaint by the- claimant HIS agent OR
..., I it with the on the Plaintiff's AttorneyS. attorney, and any such claim or .
til have to compare Perry Penland 700 Atlantic demand not so filed shall be void. I
slogan of Baileys Supreme Coffee: National Bank Building, Jack- Rebecca Jane Simpson

BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. ("Leaves no grounds for complaint." and sonville file the 2,original Florida In the office and As executor Testament of of the Edward Last! Brad Will VISIT' CALL WRITE:

Principal Thompkins and Special of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor I ford Simpson deceased.
before the 11 day of July 1955;
Starke, Fla. Education teacher Givens did a otherwise the allegations of said 6/10 4t 7/1

very fine job in my absence, which Complaint ill be taken as confessed I In Circuit tuur(. Bradford County
-anH by you. Florida In Chancery MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC.P. .
the that "One
adage : mon-
proves This notice mat be publishedonce I Theodore Thomas Ludlum, Plaintiff,
key doesn't stop the show." Ware each week for four consecutive I vs. Jessie Reidpath Ludlum Defendant ,
; still weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Case No. 10-1029
expecting more parentsto rap h. Order Of Publication And .Notice To
send their children to partici- Dated this 6 day of June, 1955. tpprart Mate Of Florida Tot O. Box 446 -- GAINESVILLE
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlea A. Darby Jessie Reidpath Ludlum whose
pate in the summer activity pro- Clerk. of the Circuit Court residence and address is: 3220 Con-
FARMERS SUPPLY H HA. gram. We have not scratched the By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. necutt Ave.. Washington. D. C. 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
surface .in the large number of 6/10 4t 7/1 You are required to appear on
July 5 1955, in the above name
things we plan to do with your NOTICE TO APPEAR Court fiend cause wherein plaintiff
R. JOHNSON children. You have five weeks left In Circuit Court. Bradford County, seeks divorce. $ $2Hft.00
Florida In Chancery.Shirley Bradtoro county Telegraph shall .
ater this one, so don't delay send Bertha Jennings Plaintiff, publish this Order In next fourweekly 25 LOANS
your child today.According VII. Sidney William Jennings, Defendant Issues.
Witness my hand and official seal
FEEDS I to principal C. C. Case Xo. 10-S70 at Starke Florida this May 31, 1955. .
Satire To AppearTo OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
Anderson at Training
I : Sidney William Jennings, Clerk of said Court
School; the program is doing fine. whose residence and address is: Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk PHONE FR6.5333 COLLECT
UnknownYou Chas. R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life
GROCERIES Volunteers have made a very rich are hereby notified that a Bldg, Jacksonville, Florida.
contribution in the area of hobby- suit for Attys. for PI!. 6/3 4t 6/24
crafts. Outdoor games and music Divorce and restoration of 1

provide attraction for these
youngsters. Supervisor Johnson \

will meet with the entire group,

'Phone 51-W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts. each Monday and Wednesday at You cash in '

1 p. m. and offer enrichment dancesas can on Mercury'snn

through music and creative

Start 'em fast! Start 'em strong! Regular well swimming as choral days arrangements.are Tues- ,toOJ..

with day and Thursday. Principal Anderson -

is still emphasizing the I

RED Rosfl'CALF ; j fact that persons who come onlyto i
take the trip to Keystone

Heights for swimming may be

STARTER dropped from the summer program ;r, .. .

They're off to a quick tart toward Plan to attend each day ;' ,!
profit when you feed Red 4 Monday thru Friday. ,
Row Calf Starter. It', a highly
all Telegraph
palatable feed that tuppbei
the nutrient they need for vigor- ; We are glad to have Robert and 'j

m. growth and weight fain Milton Ellerson back home aftera if act this month !
Red ROM Calf Start include two weeks vacation. These boysare you

highly digestible proteins Vita- dependable carriers for ,
mini A and D, and emcntinl very
bone the newspaper and have been miss- tMDA
minerals! to insure proper ..
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development. Your calve will ed by their customers. We welcome "' '.. w. j
eat it straight from the bag. more boys interested in earning 1: f'.' "

Start your calve out with Red extra money to start selling the ,. ,.',.,'., m ::11 .. Rose! : "' '
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Bradford County Telegraph which ;
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we know is Florida's oldest and -- Jt- ..
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-' Allen Chapel AME Church, the I hn, .., ,, :
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I Rev. John Groover pastor, will : -: : n '
I Ihold annual Men's Day Sunday, t
IT'S THE PRIDE OF THE SLEEK June 28. Sunday School will begin 3y
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at 10 a. m. with Supt. Homer Wil- "# > N.
r jliams in charge. The morning mes-

sage will delivered by the Rev. j I

E. L. Walker pastor of Mt., PisgahA I

IE Church. The men of the
yF I'I'O
.. i!church choir will furnish music.

:Bishop Carey A. Gibbs will de-

liver the sermon on Sunday at

[7:30 p m. The general public is
I j invited i is1

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I Christian ChurchRev. Church of God I i rr.rnmmn.rmrrm .. .... TYY .YT"T.1 Starke Mayor Orders I mitted he had bought a shotgun
i for $10 from a colored man
J. E. Sherwood, pastor i
Sunday School 10 a. h. Morn- I GRAHAM i: HIGHLANDMrs. I I Stolen Gun ReturnedThere t "Well, it was a stolen gun" the

I Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening -'; i' !Mayor said, "and you see it gets
e for all C. W. Colson. Supt. Service 7:45 Y.P.E.j was a pause police
ages. p.m I i "
John lira NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. back to the
McKinney By Lacy owner right away.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service Wednesday 7:45 pjn., and I' court Monday morning when Mayor -

worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. ,A.....................A' -- J. R. Wainwright asked the I The Mayor then stated that
I anyone should be suspicious of any
,deaver 6 p. m. Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Ike Lefeuvers and Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Worship police force if anyone had boughta !goods offered at bargain prices.

I Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Sunday School 10 am. Morning I''daughter Margie have returned Service 11 a. m. and 7:30p. shotgun recently. I,as too often the articles have been
Presbyterian Church Meet Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo
Evangelistic 7:30 Wednesday.
i p. m. home from a visit to Indianapolis, m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Then a policeman spoke up, ad stolen.ALVAREZ' .
Church located on W. Call and ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m. Ind. :Their son, Jack, is remainingthere 7:30: p. m. J. Eunice, Sunday
,Sat 3 m., adult choir A series of evangelistic services
p. prac I Christian streets. A friendly wel- for the summer. School superintendent; E. C. Harvey --
tice. I are being held in a tent on Grif-, come waits everyone. St. Edward's Church ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency had pastor. u)
t Sun. 9:45 a. m., Sunday School;:I fis Loop_ two miles from Starke. Womans Council 1st and 3rd as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.: A. Bill Marr of Mims was visiting! m STORE SSSS&SPRING: : ; m "

11 a. m., morning worship, "God The public is invited to the serv- Tuesday, 7:30 p.II1.Irs.. W. L. Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Paggett of Hague, Mr. and Mrs.'friends and relatives here Satur- u

Was Lonely";; 8 p. m. evening. ices, which are led by :MSS Ruby Andrews, president. Holy day. masses, IS:30 a. m. and Elnfa and son of Lacrosse, Mr. and day. ,I ..,
8:30 a. m.Children's '
worship, "On to Rome" and special Smith and Miss Helen Montgomeryeach each Mrs. Mack McKinzey and daughter Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville
Catechism Class
music by junior choir. night at 8.KINGSLEY. SEVENTH of Jacksonville, and Mr. and spent the weekend here with her I'
CHURCH Wednesday at 3:15: p. m.
Mon. through Sat, minister will Keystone Heights Mrs. H. C. Surrency of Gaines parents, the I... M. Normans.

be. teaching at Pioneer Camp at! LAKE Services each Sabbath in the (At St. William's Chapel) ville. They spread dinner at Hamp- Beedie Mae Harvey of Macclen- \1

O'Leno State Park. I MISSIONARY BAPTIST Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. (Follow Hiway 21 south to St. ton Lake. ny spent Sunday with friends. I F SALE

Tues. 8 p. m.. The Women of the Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching William's Sign.) Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyand Lacey Norman and son Larry I 9e'1
Church. Regular prayer service ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening every week by R L. Mathews, pas- Sunday Mass 8 a. m. his sister, Emily of Gaines- and Buddie Wilkinson were in'

and junior choir practice will not Service 7:30 Prayer Meeting tor. Bible Study each Thursday Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. ville, and Johnny Wall of Starke Callahan Friday on business. i
p.m. 7:30 m. A friendly welcome and J: D. Rachel Norman Friday''
be held due to the absence of the p. Confessions before all Masses. and Horace of Waldo spent
each 7:30
Wednesday : Everyone -
r minister. p.nu awaits everyone. of Starke were the dinner guestsof night in Jacksonville with her sis-!'
welcome.-Rev. H. H- Mott,
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney ter, Norman.
A cordial invitation awaits all. pastor.FIRSIBAPTIST. St. Mark's
I f WOODLAWN MISSIONARY :Sunday. Wilfred Dinkins of Jacksonville!

'' .-: '.0' i BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Raymond E. BlacBlaln I Alice Fay Newman spent the was visiting the Lacey Normans,
-- 10 a.m. Sunday SchOOl, 11 a.m.i weekend with Joan Campanella.Mrs. .,Saturday.
preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: : prayer Services at St. Mark's Episcopal F. T. Abernathy moved Bible School started June 20.
\ 10 CHURCHSTARKE Church will be as follows: It will last two weeks. ''H S S4Door
service, 7 o'clock song services, Monday to the Ocala home of her
Sunday: 9:45 Church
1:30 evening services. a.m. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.-
children of Heilbronn Sunday
spent -
FLA. Mrs. Duffie Abernathy.The
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: I. and'. with the Leonard Normans.
and Mrs. Paggett
c'iuEOHSunday p.m. Y. P. S. L. Rev. I E. C. Harvey was in Jackson- 9S
i r REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor School 10 a.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litanyand children guests of of Mr.Brooker and were Mrs. P. p.> ville on business Friday.Mr. Sedan H

: Morning Service 11 a.m. Meditation; 8pm. Choir and Mrs. Berton Cuthril-
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Practice. Starling Sunday.Mrs. lers of Jacksonville were visitingthe & U2O p

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Prayer Meetings Wednesday Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Mandy Smith of Norfolk Marr family Sunday.
11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: Va., is here to spend a while with '
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night Floyd Norman was in Macclen- CHAS we. SHEPHERD
relatives and friends. I
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. ny Sunday on business.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH better at this writing.We I .
BAPTIST CHURCH YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-I ', .. -- ,, .,, .
School '. -' -" :; :> -:- ::'; :-. :;:" -3: : :::-;:" .--j: : :; ; j.:
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach Sunday 10 a. m. Morning are sorry to report Mrs.i i brook purse-size fountain pens in I
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: Worship 11 at m. BTU 7 p m. Buddy Stokes is in Alachua County: pastel shades. Only $:SS at Bradford ,I -

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at p.ra. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer, Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer Hospital. We wish her a speedyI I County Telegraph. \

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. -.\Meeting.C. B. Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev.I recovery. ? I ,

REV. Milton J.. Dukes, pastor. I Stallings, pastor. John McKinney has been ill but A NEW PORCH FOR COMFORT

t I : ____ .__..iiI- ,__. _'0' _.,_ ._ ,. __' 0 __ :. CHURCH OF CHRIST I.is near recovery.Mr. i ,

j CHURCH OF DAY JESUS SAINTS CHRISTLATTER I C. L O\erturf Jr., Minister sons .of and Gainesville Mrs. A. T.were Andreu visiting and I t A NEW PORCH FOR LOOKS,

Services each Sunday in oW I Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.I FOR. LOUNGING FOR
Worship 11 Eve-
a. m.
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday Wasdin, Sunday. I
EVANGELISTIC MEETINGHAMPTON School 10 a. m. Sacrament t: ning IVor\hip 7:30 p. m. Don't forget to come to the aJ 3ALKFESTS FOR CARDS
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 I
Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wen' Baptist Church. Sunday School at
come. Radio 9:45: and services at 11 and 8. -
program, "Old Paths"each I
Sunday 9 a. m. Station 0


I Brings Down $25 Fine ..
CHRISTIAN CHURCHHAMPTON JUST ONE BAPTIST CHURCH I Arrested last week for speedingat .-- ..-.M, r'1

Sunday School 9:45: a. n\ Morning -' 70 miles per hour in Starke, a
Worship 11 a. m. Training I woman driver said: GIVE MOM A BREAK

FLA. only by General Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Service I "This car ain't no good at all,
All other 7:30 m. FOR REAL GOODISH tS:
Motors Corp. p. Prayer Meeting I can't get it to go over 112 milesan
Electric Refrigerators are nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. 'Ved-j "
made by companiesand She was fined $25 at police
cannot use the word THOSE DIRTY DISHES!
EVERGREEN court Monday morning by Mayor
EVANGELIST: Frigidaire. I J. R. Wainwright.
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Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-, Another speeder was appre- -
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. hended last week, when after the GUIDON GRILLGeorge 8U/LDERS' S'UPPL./&S

June 26 Thru July 3rd ? ? m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer :regular patrol car passed a street,

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -''ti "hot-rodder" started racing in Kopelousos, Owner

THEN SEE Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. :the opposite direction.

GOSPEL PREACHING I He was caught by other Starke Starke, Fla.

E. H. SMITHTenth I \. CONGREGATIONAL SINGING Bible senoo110 a. m* -
Preaching 11 a. m. Evening- 1

and Temple Ave. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preaching .
II .
8:00 P.M. 9:00: P.M. NIGHTLY 8 p. m. Wednesday Bible 0 ". I '

Starke, Fla. Study Hour 8 p. m. Willard M. .: >:Get; on. the -.. I "
Jones, Pastor. ;
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LAWTEY, FLA. "" '"0... \ .' ..
Sunday SchoOl 10 a. m. Preaching --+ '> ",,.""\:.. :::::; ,..u..'" ;; -."",. tf." ''- .
11 a, m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek } .
a !r's7 '

; s service A, E. Massey Wednesday, pastor.7:3.0 p. m. We're "Sell-a-brating" with Leadership Deals

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pvS large number of circles now hold-

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sible to accept these notes over
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t vt Slain Officer's Wife

L1LJ/v >:Q Assured Of Pension 'i I

Gov. LeRoy Collins has signed I

into law a bill which pensions Mrs.J. .

G. Godwin, widow of the assist-

421,604 EGGS AGO. ant prison superintendent who was i

slain by a prisoner April 4. .
The law ,r
provides Mrs. Godwin .,.
The winning contestants in Security's Chick to Chick contest had an $200 Mr.a month for 10 years. / t
Godwin died of a gunshot /

outstanding record. fired by George A. Heroux from //" Su.D1D1er-: : J}

a pistol smuggled to Heroux by
The overall average for the flock of the ten highest winners was: his ex-wife. / ,

Average Livability, 94.25%' ; Average Egg Production, 77.18% ; BaQ-d.ragon.: : :

number of pullets at beginning of contest, 20,576; number of pullets .
at end of contest, 19,176; number of eggs produced during 30 y

day egg production period, 421,604 ((35,134 dozen) Se11-a-bra"tio ::'. ,
Increased livability and high production-these are the goals in your .

egg production program. Let Security help you. lo. 'ri Now going on I r

SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville, Fla, ; .
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1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla.p I -

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'/f Was Next Door All year long we've been selling new Fords at a Leadership V-8 POWER from the V-8 leader that's what you get in

o \o oo pace. Now we're "Sell-a-brating" in advance, what looks like a Ford. And Ford's Trigger-Torque "go" means more than (just

EVEN if you're careful to the most successful sales year in Ford history. We're offering !trigger-quick action on take-offs. It gives you a whole new feeling -
J of confidence and security in traffic or on the opelroad..
J ,prevent fire inour home Leadership Deals on all 55 Fords-so you share the benefits.

you may be the victim of aneighbor's Why not hop on the Ford Bandwagon-get in on a deal YEARS-HEAD LOOKS .. .you see it in every Thunderbird;
-, 1 fire which spreadsto I inspired line. For, this '55 Ford is truly the styling t
while is worth
that spells savings to }'OU-ROW your present car
Perhaps you've noticed, too, you see more and more Fords in
your property. its top dollar-now while you can enjoy a full summer of fun costlier II
'. front of homes where formerly only cars were parlced.m
You know where America's trend-setting, "GO"-leading I "worth-more"
never or
-the brilliant '55 Ford. Come in at your earliest-come get SMOOTHER GOING and you'll! go more places! The t
when fire will strike. Better
J our 'besfl reason? Ford's revolutionary Bait-Joint Front Suspension is better i
{guardour home and its con- than ever. For '55, springs are tilted back to absorb bumps from :f

tents with adequate insurance FORD the front as well as up and down. You'll find even the smooth :
Sells more because: It'S worth more roads seem smoother! F.t. i;

: H. C. Wall AgencyPhone

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n n n nnn@nnn nn I 3'c5SZ52252525c5Z52s'2s2.52y-Starke. Fla. 1 IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN AN A-1 USED TRUCK -- BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALERw

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FRIDAY, JUXE ... 1953

ll&ouxViFac Police Schedule Summer Program Bradford Milk Issue \Season Closing; I .!I-- lI!

Changes Orderedfor ;At Starke Mart 1 1i WINKLER% ELECTRIC SERVICE

Trial For Murder i 2-Way RadioThe I Leaders Set Up Ends With StalemateThe i 1 This last week. when growers -

I NffRt
{sold 12.213 packages bringing '
Starke City Council Tuesday -! Picnic I !revenue of $21. 39.65 on the I 1
l Activity '
In Slaying !' night ordered Police Chief W. I Florida :Milk Commission, Meng, opposed to milk pricing Starke Farmers Market. just |I : :

E. Thornton to re-schedule his the prife-setting agency that has '[testified he did not think price- about wound up the season, Market -
(Continued from Page One) I I six-man force so one man can be!:i I Next week's summer program at survived years of verbal assaults, fixing of any product was conStilUtiOnal. Manager M. R. Judd reported RADIO

apparently will be II i assigned to the night shift two-' Bradford High School will concentrate last week came to a stalemate regarding '! At the present time, Judd said
This point
during the trial since I way radio station at the County ,: on the wonders of nature, price-setting in Bradford Meng said the Milk Commissiondid a few items are being sold. but I AND

Heroux's important plea is temporary insanity -j|,I Jail. |I-([capped off with -a July 1 picnic County. ( not benefit the. producer or market is just about closed up. 'S 'S

I I; "There are enough men now ont t,rip to Goldhead Branch State At a hearing in the Armory, the the consumer only the distri I He reports that the season has ZENITH 17" TELEVISIOISales

Dr. :McCullagh revealed that |I the force to handle this assign- i,Park. Commission heard one local producer butor. He said price fixing, if been a fair one for farmers, with Evanston T1814K 59.95

the psychiatrists also considereda j ment. ," Chairman James A. Lewis I! Talks during the week will center ask for price setting and any, should. be on the producer, berries eggplant, potatoes, bringing -

head injury Heroux was said II stated to Chief Thornton, "and if,; around nature. Speakers are another adamantly oppose it l level good prices as well as early When Your TV Needs

to have received while in prison. ,necessary switch your schedule j i I I to include the Rev. Lewis D. Haines Administrator L. K. Nicholas System Circumvented peas and tutterbeans. On an average Sen ice Call 166 and Service

Unable to Adjust i[around so that most men are on at;:I of the First Baptist Church. County Jr. said, on the basis of testimony, Commission member Schneider he said, he'thinks that growers II "

He said Heroux's "constitutional ,night, when they are needed!I I I Agent George Huggins% a Gar-I.he could make no recommendationto maintained prices were fixed on made a little money on both pepper I I 224 N. Temple .h; PHONE 166 Starke Florida
state" meant that he I most." I I II !den Club representative, and Soil the Commission since only two the producer level by'a system of corn. j

psychopatic society." Chief Thornton agreed to study'Conservationist Bill Haas. producers testified one for and audits," but Meng said the distributors ..eI'!'!=. ,. r ", ""__ 'A-.,., _" '.'= __ __
to Here of last _
was "unable to adjust 'I is a report week'sactivities
He volunteered "A large percentage I the situation. School Supervisor L.. H. Gibson one against. circumvent the "audit" : I

inmates have this i I The 2-way radio set was install-i[said the group plans'to leave. the He said no definite decision could '[system and pay lower prices to I
of prison Corn, 562, $1.50-2, $936 ,
to be I jed I in a Starke. police car on Monday usa July 1 at 9:30 a.m. and return be made until further investigationand 'the producer than they should. ; cucumbers -

disorder. It is 'not" sufficient and is now on daytime opera- 2:30 p.m. from the Goldhead trip. possibly another public hear- Meng said families with five or 2.8S9, $1.25-2.25, $5,055.75! I Sell itT Rent It Trade
called insanity. pepper, 6,568, $1.75-2, 11822.40; It
tion. Nature trails, outdoor cooking. six children cannot afford milk at
He said the term was used simply ing.Milk eggplant, 872 $2-2.25, $1.962 j \
By this means, the policemanin boating, swimming and games will prices are not now set in 28 cents a quart He said he sells ; peas.
"describe a certain type of 1,064, $1-1.50 $1,330 limas, 228. :| I
to the patrol car U in constant be offered. Bradford County. :Milk shipped in to the consumers at 75 cents a ; WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
behavior" and that Heroux was $2-2.50 $513; tomatoes, 13 $3. :1
touch with Deputy Sheriff Jim He said students may bring a by such concerns as Foremost, gallon if they call for the milk.
capable of recognizingthe $39; butterbeans, 71 $2-3, $17750
mentally murder Sasser, operator of the. county's packed lunch or raw materials for Gustafson's and Southern Dairies Meng's comments caused Nicholas : I Rates Good Results Easy To Place
seriousness of the : spuash 6, $1.50 $9.Watermelon.
and aid his defense counsel 2-way radio station located at the outdoor cooking. Some refreshments sell in retail outlets for 27 cents to say"I resent your impi- I !WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 50c2S

charge (county jail. I are available at a conces- for"pasturized and 28 cents for jcations that the Milk Commissionhas EACH ADDITIONAL WORD %ciISCOUT

Sheriff P. D. Reddish's car is I sion stand. homogenized.Local not helped anyone but the dis !3 J
declared L TimeAtBrookerMart !> OF 15 PER CE\T O\ TWO OR MORE
After Judge Patten similarly equipped, as is thai of I The program theme this week dairies generally do not tributor." INSERTIONS" ,

Heroux sane. the youth was called I I Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown. Highway was "Foreign Neighbors," with have retail outlets. The price If pricing is put into effert in
to the bar while Pat "o'man' Carlos Musgrove's; full opportunity taken of books,, charged for home delivered milk [Bradford County, each producerand ,

E. Duncan read the first degree car also has radio facilities, but [films and film strips. Speakers produced locally is 25 cents for: [ each distributor will have to
Heroux, I Foil \LE-F..rd Skidder. See C.
murder indictment.listened with the FHP operates on a different:I included the Rev. W. S. McAlileyof pasteurized and 26 cents for ho- contribute one tenth of a cent per It. Whitehead. La\vtey. Jtchg i/tREE |j Sunday-Black, June Labrador 19! near Gainesville Retmer l

still chewing gum circuit which is reached by tele the Presbyterian Church, Gibson mogenized. gallon to the Milk Commssion. f Airport. Reward Notify Brad-
I I It's watermelon time over in F PIANO EXAMINATION. Pia- County Telegraph.
out expression. Itp
phooe.I Miss Clara Leaman and Dr. Hike Prices Producer-distributors, like Reddish the Brooker no Tuned. Regulated and Repair
area and
When Judge Patten called for Both city and county officials, i Jennings. Presumably, -milk control in will have to pay both of the now a large ed. M. T. Donovan. Box IS, Grahani. FOR SALE-Two miles out Raiford

the plea, Heroux started to answer I I who are. cooperating on this hookup I These talks are made at the 1:30: radford County would hike the I charges two tenths of a cent L quantity of melons are moving by Fla lip Rd. house and one acre furnished ij
'' both truck and rail at good equipped for hot and cold watei
drowned prices.
but his words were as a means of better police protection general assembly. Parents are invited price' or this locally produced milk: per gallon.If L('ZIER'I Individualized Cosmeticsare and bath. Call 105-W or see K.- 1
cut by his defense attorney as he the have stated to while not Bradford is I Cannonballs in a "reefer" car now available in Bradford ton Jordan at 412 N. Cherry St. Itp
: for public, attend with the students. affecting milk shippedin brought into the County. Call 434-Y, Mary LeuHillendtthl.

called out 'Not guilty on "the that it is certain to be of invaluable -:' "The underlying purpose of the by the larger dairies. marketing area, it will be against"are per car bringing, while from Charleston$845 to $960 StarKt fur comple- FOR SALE-Nine piece oak dining ,
Grays nientaiy consultation 3tp 7/8
grounds of temporary insanity. help in a time of emergency.A assembly program is to made edu The Milk Commission was invited -the law for any local' dairy to sell bUite. See at 6il: W. FrancisSt..
trial I are netting from $930 to or call 95.
the growers tfohg ,
Judge Patten then set city mall has not yet been as cation entertaining and enjoy into the county by T. A. Graves, below the price fixed by the com about $1,330. '. These Only Two Weeks Left

for June, 27.Pending signed to operate the radio station able," said (Gibson. C. R. Rosier, F. O. Peterson and I'e,mission. prices are FOR RENT:-3-roora apartment. all

before Patten is San- at the county jail at night, although Miss Nina Bishop, playground I R. D. Reddish, all Bradford County !I Union Attempt Made especially good, in view of the disastrous BIG TIRE SALESEYMOUR'S electric furnished box window, hot fan water.gas Reason-range \
prices last
at this
tora's motion for a change of that was an iI important consideration director, has arranged a daily pro producers. Strongly opposed I A similar attempt to bring Union -!tune.'I year able couple rent.or man.Would Adults like working only.- \!

venue, I. e., a change of site for: I in the purchase of the gram of such contests as tracing was another Bradford milk pro i County into the marketingarea 66 Mrs. Errol Alvarez, 60:!!: Lafayette ..l

the trial. State's Attorney Duncan 1 new equipment. and accuracy and distance ducer, F. W. Meng. is being made. At a hearing!:'I There are about 250 acres of SERVICE STATION St. 2tp.-6/24

also has a motion to strike the In other actions Tuesday, the throws. To prevent overexertion L, I Only Reddish and Meng appeared I there, Commission members gen- melons planted in the Brookerarea. BABY SITTING done In my home. ,

venue change attempt. I Council: I the playground periods are care at the meeting. Graves is in the''erally agreed that milk, pricing YOL'ND or LADY would like permanent day or night. Teleghone 2tp 4l7J.7 1UARANTEEDUsed ,
temporary position
Will-- Rule Later Heard the proposal by Council fully regulated. hospital, but it is not known why would simply hike the retail cost II The Brooker Farmers Market is general office work. Experienced.typing and

Judge Patten told the attorneysh man W. T. Jackson that something Gibson said Mrs. Melba Partinis the other proponents: did not ap of milk with no difference in sani- [about through for the season Man- Write Rt. 1. Rox 427, Stark,. Itp G Watches. $1 down Mens$1 and a week.at Ladies -.

would rule on the two motions be done about the parking meter heading up the library activities jtary or nutritional values. ager Ralph Nettles reported, since FOR 8.\LE-3-room house and 10 Dahmer tfrhg

later. Court observers speculatethe violations. The matter was referred during the absence of Tom Casey, pear.The hearing The Milk Commission was created buyers have moved on. acres of land on Griffis Loop. FOR SALE-Log Cabin house on 6
I was conducted Highway frontage.
by I 1500.
Court will attempt to get an to Chief Thornton for appropriate who is serving as counselor at Boys Nicholas. :" during the depression years He said that the tobacco is look- M. Harper. Itp acres of land on Keystone Heights
I present were Rd. 100, the third house across
impartial jury in Union County action. I State in "Tallahassee. Volunteer consumer member Mrs. Bertha 'of the 1930's to protect the industry ing good, with most of it curing FOR SALE-Property in City limits, RR track at City Limits. Over

before determining if a change. of Discussed the proposed hard library helpers include Miss Clara Elliott of Jacksonville, producer from collapse during a period and coloring up nicely. close to new hospital. Reasonable. Ben 300 feet"Barge"on Rd.Suslow 100., Good Rox terms.1003.

venue is necessary. surfacing of 14,296 feet of Starke: \Leaman, Mrs. Ed Beebe, Mrs. [ of low prices. Here is a report on last week's Cash or Terms. Mrs. Elam Lewis, Starke. llrhg
member Ben Rt Ry
Waring of Madison, 1. >:* 17. Starke Fla. :Stp! 71WOt.'LD
Upon petition of Heroux's attorney streets, and decided to look into: ,Cora Quattlebaum, Mrs. Mattie distributor member Henry Schneider Powerful Lobby sales on the market: FOR RENT-3 bedroom furnished

Judge Patten found Heroux the possibilities of hiring an engineer Gehagan, Mrs. Edward Burns and of Orlando, and Alex Shaw of Repeated attempts have been Pepper, fancy, 2,850, $1.85-3.35, size: window LIKE fan TO used TRADE very large little 'house. Attic fan. Call Starke

insolvent for the purposes of producing to act as an inspector when Mrs. Sam McGarvey. Gainesville, chief [made in the Legislature! in the $5,838.50pepper, choice, 690, for good outboard motor. Apply .i'rcf'rv. nhone ISK-W.! ItPhgi ,
dairy supervisor
three witnesses. Effect of I the job is started. The Starke Jaycees assisted with; for the State Agricultural past few years to abolish the Commission '$1.10-1.60, $774; pepper red 53, Reed. Fire Station. Itp i FOR SALE-To responsible party,

the state.will Heard the of a resident the outdoor Department. 1101.60, $69.80; cantaloupes, 15, FOR SALE-Plywood entirely remodeled and redecorated -
the ruling is that complaint shuffleboard layout at [ -;" or at least to clip its boat and suburban home with some I

bear the expense of, producing I that traffic noises are interfering the USO building. It will be available Include price fixing powers. The industry! $3.25$48.75; crowder peas, 306, ducks trailer. W.Also R. Cook hens, Rt. Z eggs, Box 360.and down Acreage. All conveniences Small

the1 three-Helen Wallace Mar- with his sleep, and replied, for use soon Bradford maintains a powerful lobby in Tallahassee $1-1.25, $335.25; blackeyed peas, rip 7/1 W. H. Nollman payment,Starke.balance like rent.tf

garet Dean and Lawrence Dugger, that the big truck noises are a' J. C. Hobbs head of swimming The question before the group [, however, and the Commission 43. $1-1.25; Fordhook limas, 85, $2, FURNISHED HOI'SE For Rent ,
|was whether to include Bradford $170 LA.t-LII.ht Hlue Parakeet Tut's-
all employees of the State Prison.< state. county and city problem. 'I instruction, has named the following 1 has survived all the at- ; speckled butterbeans, 157, Martin's Fruit Stand. lt'hg day. C. T. Wade. 413 N. Cherry

Most of the state's questioningat Decided after a discussion of the students as assistant instructors County in the Duval-Clay-Nassau tacks. ?2, $314; white butterbeans, 64, $2 FOR RE Furnished and unfurnished St. Itp I\

the sanity hearing was conducted problem of the fire whistle whichbe : Douglas Nolin, Marilyn Cox, (marketing area. This automatically Some distributors have wilfully I $128; eggplant fancy, 47, $1.75 apartments. Also cottage. PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS and Installation -
assistant heard all membersof Brian would put Bradford under violated the $82.25; eggplant choice, $1.25, $6 Excellent desirable location. close H. R Hamilton, 324
by Joe Hill Williams, cannot by Kucera, Jackie Hobbs.: Gerry price control. Commission's pricing, okra ; in. W. 11. Nollman, 201 W. Madison !- Cherry St. or P. O. Box 110S, fl
5. $3.75 .
state's attorney. the volunteer fire department,, Gibson, Janice Jenkins, BusterPartin maintaining they can sell milk at $18.75. tfchg Starke. 4tp 1/24

On April 4, Heroux was in a that the new water' tower might j Diana Firth Virginia Darby Reddish, who urged milk pricing lower prices and still make a profit RUBBER '

detention corridor cell for safe-,I be a good whistle location when. and Charlene Dennis. said he sold to stores as the In each case, the Commissionhas ) Final Rites Held BRADFORD COUNTY daters, 'numberers.STAMPS made notary to order seal;,

keeping when he asked a guard ,is erected. I Gibson said beginner students same price as Foremost and clamped down and been backed For facsimile Telegraph.stamps. Bradford County
Roberts REAL ESTATE tt
Guy Edwards, to admit him to a Agreed to go ahead with the making may enter the swimming program others. He said he got 26 cents: by the courts. ,

bathroom,*** of cement street markers and.':at any time Swimmers meet at from for homogenized in paper cartons One major dairy in Miami paida Mrs. Mary Agnes Roberts of FOR SALES 255.ST-OVP.PAID STATR OX SAVINGS RANK -- KKYSTOVK KKY-. J

He suddenly produced a .25 cali- also to purchase stencil lettering the USO 8:30 a.m. daily. stores. [ $5,000 fine for giving rebates I to Hastings, daughter of HEIGHTS. FLA.. ME.IBER -

bre foreign-make automatic and L I equipment for use on the street. ,I I Gibson pointed out the regular He said he wanted "protection" retailers, in violation of Milk Commission George A. Gardiner of Starke Judge : Bed room house, modem rune FDIC.

demanded to be taken to the of markers. program closes at 4:30: p.m. daily. offered by the milk pricing, presumably laws. This practice, died in \rnlrnrrx. garage and forage '
L. F. Chap Instructed Clerk Carl Johns to'' He to protect against price [charged to be a Jacksonville hospital house acre Mod. 3& miles South Only Two Weeks Left
fice of Prison Supt. ( urged parents to provide for somewhat widespread Tuesday and was buried this weekin of Starke on I. S. Highway 301.
order 200 signs for erectionat their children [cutters and insure a profit to the in that Priced rea.onably for quick ale.
man. S stop after that time, since area, stems froman : Crosby Lake Cemetery at BIG TIRE SALESEYMOUR'S 'I'

When the two arrived in a cor street corners throughout the 1,adequate attention cannot be given I producer-distributor. effort to evade stringent price I Starke. I .Small dwelling, acre of land 2V4BI

ridor adjacent to Chapman's office after the dosing time. I There was verbal flareup when fixing regulations. Mrs. Roberts 56 Urn from Starke prominent 66
city.After' a native of Mate Illghmay. A very nice
in the front of the. building, hearing that there, has ij'$ "After a full day of activities,!I fYYYYYYTTYYTTYTTTTTTTYTTSTATEFARM ['Starke, had lived in Hastings for propitkftloB for. retired couple, or SERVICE STATION

Godwin and six guards saw the been some over-lapping of authority -, staff members can hardly be expected -" School Statement I 33 years. She was a member of the small 'amn,. ,

gun and began to close in. Hero 'c of some city employees, ruled 1 to baby-sit," he comment- Made RobertsCarl Christian Church. 100 Ft. lot on Bedford Lake. I

immediately began firing. that Riley Wasdin is to have''led.: By I Surviving are her husband, Zack Reasonable price with term LBT HANDLE J. D. ODOH.TOUR JR.

Godwin L. D. Dobbs and L. L. charge of the power plant and S. Roberts, Starke businessman Roberts of Hastings; father and I 2SO acre farm and rattle ranch CATTLE AND_HOGS
Wainwright were struck by but R. Hicks charge of the water and By Mrs. O. E. I ear Starke. -U.LD .
At The TabernacleThe Crosby whose candidacy for Bradford stepmother Judge and Mrs. Gardiner Live Ok Each Wedaeidaf
lets. Godwin died a few minutes sewage works.iBrownlees. High School bandmaster locked of Starke; son, Alton J. Ro. SOO acre of rat o"er land nome CalaecriUe Each Friday
young timber and hard- U
Dobbs some
later, while the wounds of i Rev. Leon.Gillaspie, dean of the School Board in a two-week- berts of Hastings; sister, Mrs. "ood. (Bradford and InionCvuntie
and Wainwright' were relatively Hurt the Southeastern Bible Party 2-2 tie Russell McKoome *.)
College at long this week issued the : and one granddaughter FOR SALE
minor. Birmingham, Ala., will speak at Louie Lee Starling was honored following statement: both of Hastings. For these and other bargains la

Investigation determined the gun I I In Boat Mishap 7:30 p. m. Thursday, June 30. with a birthday party Friday night j "I was shocked to learn of the real estate ne or t'alh.t. SLAG ROCK
was smuggled to Heroux by his Rev. 'at his home, the occasion J.
I I Gillaspie has a wide ministry being controversy over the selection of I BAKE SALE Thomas or W. B. Sewell
Ruth SWfa. his Iteal Estate Broker
former wife Mrs. Near on several of the school'sradio 18th birthday anniversary. I I a bandmaster for Bradford High Bake sales are being held by the 32S Temple Ave. Tel. 3S3 Excellent for Drivewaysand

She and her husband. Raymond, KeystoneThe I programs. He is an accom- Louie Lee received many lovely'gifts. School and shocked most of all to Presbyterian Women of the Church Starke, Florida Parkways

Staffa of Miami, pleaded guilty] plished violinist. He left Saturday morning I learn that ,the first Saturday morning of
my name seemed to be '
to aiding a prison escape. wife of J. Milton Brownlee,,I He joined the Bible College fac- to attend Boys State in Tallahas right in the midst of it all. I every month in front of Barkes- $3.00 Per YardIn

Heroux was serving 25 years Gainesville feed store operator and I julty in 1947 and was ordained to see. dales department store. The next I 5 Yard Lets

for a Miami armed robbery and is former Starke resident was seriously "t|the Christian ministry in 1948. He Mr and Mrs. Spencer Crews I:(Board"Mr. Sapp and Mr. Starling sale will be Saturday, July 2. Electric Motors I
under a federal 25-year sentence,' in Lake Brooklyn I I I members) came to me and Home Call
injured a is dean of the largest Bible col- and son of Auburndale 'said I made cakes (not cake
for robbery of the Johnson County boating mishap Sunday. liege in the southeast. guests of Mr. and were Mrs. recent P.- they needed a band director mixes), pies, candies' and aprons REWOUND AND BILLY JACKSON

National Bank and Trust Co. of Mrs. Brownlee is hospitalized in l You are invited to hear this S. Crews and Mr. and Mrs. rand they believed that the people are being featured at these sales. SERVICEDSmall

Prairie Village. Kan., of $62,000 Gainesville with severe back in.'special program. Whitfield.Mr. Bryan wanted me to take over the band Mrs. David Montgomery, chairman, Phone 165
and the Southside Bank of Kansas I again. My answer was 'There is Appliance Repair -
is I and
juries. Her condition reportedas II j The meeting Tuesday night with and Mrs. members of circle 1 are in
Carl nothing I would RADIOS REPAIREDAll
City of $4.718 in 1951. Kirtsingerspent rather do, provided General Machine Work
poor. Brownlee, who was re the Toccoa Falls Institute I charge of the July 2 sale.
group the weekend with relatives : it can be worked out Make All
in M4ebaea
said a -
Massachusetts officials
leased from the hospital on Monday I -
was thoroughly ..
I appreciated by aakle
in Panama City. t ful ekarce ganranteedcuAs.
also suspect Heroux of the slayIng suffered several broken ribs I.[those present. The I manner. !. NOTICE TO APPEAR .0 C. SHEPHERD

of Trooper A. M. Savela. 33, Prompt rescue efforts by a part}r by H/ Hendon spiritual Brown message was- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carmichael I "When I learned of the controversy ...The..ty.CIteW Florida.C..!r.| Ckaaeerj.Ot Bradford All Work Guaranteed fM W. fall St. tark. .... U.

of Fitchburg on a lonely road at I which included Sen Charley E:,. unlifting. spent the weekend with relativesin at the last regular meeting Lucille B. McMahan MC lahan., Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Carl Reasonable Rates POWER MOWERS For P..t and

Barre Mass, in August of 1951.Johns is credited with making earl;y Live Oak and Mayo. of the Board, I asked that my Case No. 10-1051 Sale. We service what we selL
t Tiny's. Service Station, Temol
The killing has not been solved! medical attention possible. Mrs. P. L. McLendon and children -name be withdrawn. X.tlee T* Appears Ave. tfchl'BULL.
New To Earl K. :
BHS Bandmaster McMahan, whose 4
and officials said they planned to The 16 foot Brownlee cruise were visiting in Gainesvillelast I "With the closing of this school idence and address is: A. Battery res RED SEAL

question Heroux again. I struck a sandbank on Brooklyr Reports On July 1 l Thursday. Miss Kay Cogdill, term, :I have completed my 20th .Hood 68th .AFA Texas.Bn., 42 in. Mortars, Fort .DOZING FILL
I Lake near Keystone Heights, SPUI1around : q i who has been a guest of the Mc- year as a band director in the You are hereby notified that a suit ELECTRIC & MACHINE DIRT .- LAND CLEARING

Postoffice Box Rate and overturned. I M. C. Thompson designated as Lendons, went to visit relatives: schools of Florida, and this is the has for been Divorce filed
against In
Following closely behind was the Bradford County High School i in Gainesville. I first time it has been said that a above named Court and you cause and the Oyster Shell Peat Humus

To Undergo Increase another boat containing Sen.Johns.(band director, will report for duty Mr. and Mrs. Don Turnage and band under my direction has gone I your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a the cepy of W. ORAUDON Bldg.; Sand-Paving: Driveways

Don't be startled if your Post- Steve Simmons of Starke, Marior I July 1. according to local school children left Sunday for her home,I to pieces as stated by Mr. H. A. plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney com Owner, Manager
County Sen. L. K. Edwards Jr 'authorities. in Atlanta. Mrs. Turnage has I Lawson in last week's paper. Gerald R. Hart :202! :! Smith Bldg., OVID LEWIS
office box dollar doesn't stretch I Jacksonville, Florida,
as far as it did-the rates are and Jim Ritch State Farm em..1 Principal Charles S. Partin said spent several weeks with her parents -I I "In these 20 years, including four and file the original in the officeof 106 Washington St-Phone 397 W. Madison St. Starke

going up July 1. ploye. The group hastened to th Le< he hoped facilities of the new mus- [ Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belch.' years at BHS, I have always main- or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Starke, Fla. PH. S36-W

Postmaster G. J. :McGriff Jr. reports accident. I lic building would be available on Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Turner are tamed bands that rated superiorin 25 day of July, 1955; FOR SALE-New 8x8x1: : $ Concrete -
Steve Simmons said the rescuers date. He asked band stu- receiving all otherwise the allegations of said block, I8c Cement $1.. 'TED-Graduate Nurse for
the rates auto I congratulations on the competition."It Complaint
jump will be taken
up got Browulee who had beE ijdents, both advanced and as confessed per bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per floor duty. 3 to 11 shift. Doctors
matically when the local postal I beginners arrival of a baby daughter last is with regret that I learned by you. bag. Bradford Engineering Co. HospitaL tfche
knocked unconscious, to the shore:., to watch for schedule an- Thursday in Riverside that Mr. This notice shah be publishedonce phone 94. Starke. tf
branch Partin -
becomes a first class post- Hospital. and Mr. Morganfeel each week for four consecutive
Then it lifted the boat from of f nouncements. FOR SALE-Building Lots on Bland.
office July 1. The young lady has been named that they cannot work ,with ,[weeks. in the Bradford County, Telegraph U ing Road, H mile from City Lim
Mrs. Brownlee and rushed hot!'! Vicki Lynn. ;me in the its. $300 to $600. size 100 :X: 200.
Box rents schools. The ; .
to for
according reason i Dated 18
this BILL
vary day of June, 1953. SOTO Clark, Rt. 1 Box
- ,victims to the Alachua Genera 1 Two *u: T iiuus 1 ( Mrs. L. M. 440.
size of the box. But rates, for a I Bradford Youths Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Edwards am i nave never been told, and I I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Bessent Rd.. left of Call St.
quarter are rising from 90 L j Hospital. children of Jacksonvillee 1 do not know as nothing of this I Clerk of th.. Circuit Court. SIGN SHOPOne _bridge. 1 mile. tfchg
year At Annual were Bj Marian L. Crosby Deputy Ci l 'rb
Boys State
LI j Brownlee is the brother of Dr.[ I I
cents to $1.10 from $1.10 to $1.50 I, guests of his sister and brother-in- nature was mentioned during the I I 6/24 4t 7-15 PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT:-

from $1.50'to $2.25 and from I J.v.. on Brownlee the State of Starke.Turnpjk HIserved ,*e i' Two Bradford County boys law, Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez four years I worked with them. I(In The Circuit ConrTOf The Elgh thJudlelat Mile South finish Small,for modern$%5 down piano and in$12.59 popular per

$2.25 to $3. 'Glenn Reddish and Billy Moore _1 Sunday. "I have no feeling of animosity'i Circuit of Florida I. and On Keystone Highway month to start This is a chanceto
I Authority when Sen. Johns wa: ::S { For Bradford Count. give your child the musical
t I were in Tallahassee this week as Miss Martha Winkler of Starke I anyone concerned in this !. Chancery opportunity he or she truly de-
acting governor. official delegates to and Robert Byrd of matter and would like to take this i IRe: Adoption of DARYL. RANDALLjFRINK All Types Signs serves. Don't wait. See it now in
I the Lake
Johns and Steve Simmons wer,e City I A Minor by LUTHER C. Starke by calling or writing:
W. C. T. U. i session of opportunity to wish the band, Mr. !'HILLIARD. and GENEVA
involved in another boating trage J Boys State. were supper guests of Miss Bever- HIL'L1AUD GRIDLEY MUSIC INC., 1025 W.
I | According to School 'ly Jo Crosby Monday Thompson (new band director), his wife. Petitioners. FOR University. Gainesville. Fla.
night REST-3
"TOO MANY ATTEMIT TO E dy several years ago when the;y' Principal Mr. Partin -NOTICE TO .'tPI'ERTo room and bath apart- Phone Fr %-403!. 2tch%'n5/4
I S. the School Board : James Newton metn. furnished. Call 158-J
.1C. Partin, the boys Sgt and Mrs. Calvin Williamsand Devereaux. or apply -
FIGHT THK BATTLE OF LIFE, were unsuccessful in. saving Sim are sp:>n- [members, and the Trustees i269-354a:! Naval Supply Depot. Box at 4S6:! E. South St. 2tp-6/24 FOR SALE BY OWXER:-Over 5
WITH A BOTTLE." mon's brother-in-law, Clarenc e:sored by the Starke Rotary Club children of Fairbanks, Alaska,successful a very :,,45 Xaval Ease Navy 115, c/of FI'.O., acres of high land, 275 front feeton
Street of Miami, from drowning ii i rll, and the Legion Post. They return arrived last week for an extended: school year. I New York, N. Y. FOR SALE'-Hotpolnt electric Hiway 301. by 1,333 feet deep,
(X.TIOX.L'OICE..) i I You are hereby notified that a rantre. $20.-J. C Lauramore, 644 I about 3 miles south of Starke.
Crystal Lake. i| from Tallahassee Saturday. visit with her parents, the G. E. petition has been filed In the above X. Water St. at 10th, Starke. My sign on property.-Ben Sns- I

..I Crews. Another daughter, Lora,:'Supper Meeting Set ;'Milliard styled court and and his cause wife by Geneva Luther Mil C. 2tp-6/24' low, Box 1003 Starke. JtchgMR.

and her family arrived early Monday hard for the of ",'- -
: adoption
Cub Scout Paryl Ran- -
"Every Visitor An Honored Guest" SupperThe from Washington, D. C., for By Cattlemens Unit jers dall. Luther Frink, a C.minor.Hilliard by the and petition-Geneva ------ ------- _lu__ -: :- -:-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cub Scouts and their families L- a visit with her parents. I The timely subject of rainmaking -!serve Milliard'a copy and you of your are required Answer or to N. D. HOLTOX, 17 YEARS WITH REPAIRING

will have a covered dish sup, We are sorry to report the seri-"I will be the topic of a regular Objections to. show cause why said WILL BE HERE EVERY FRIDAY

hAMPTON: FLA. per at Strickland's Landing, ous illness of. little Joy Sapp,meeting of the Bradford County)the petition petitioners'should attorney.not be granted Theron on A.

Sunday School 10 A.M. Don E. Hill!, Supt. Kingsley Lake on Friday, June daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cattlemens! Association at the:'Yawn, Jr.. Bradford County Court
24. They will leave from the Sapp. She is a patient at the N. Heilbronn Schoolhouse House Starke, Florida and file the Closing Out All $1.00 Jewelry 59c
Training Union 7 P.M. Edward Saxon, Director 1{original in the office of the Clerk
Methodist Church at 4:30: p.m. A. S. hospital in Jacksonville.. night (tonight), according to of the Circuit Court on or before
County ,
George Huggins
I J fail not or a decree pro
hEAR THESE SERMONS ON JUXE 26th Recent Birth: Methodist GuildThe who is also secretary of the or,''confesso' will be entered against you.
I WITNESS my hand and the I'eal'lot !
said Court in Starke. Bradford
11 A.M. "Needed A Vision of God's Glory" Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner of Wesleyan Service Guild will I Those wishing supper are urged,County, Florida this 22 day of June.
8 .)1.: "Is Hell A Curse Word or a Place?" State Farm are thebirth 1955. AT DAHMER'S
announcing ,'meet Tuesday June 2Sth, at 7:30( to be there by 7:30, when serving (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby t
SPECIAL MUSIC AT BOTH SERVICES -!- of a daughter. Vicky Lynn, 'p. m. at the Educational Build will begin. The cost will be $1 A!' Clerk of said Circuit ('..urt. .
--- By Marian L. Crosbv: Deputy (i.rk6.2t4t7't1 .., _. _. .
-- born June 16 in Riverside < ,. '
OIl Hospital of the Methodist 1 : i
ing Church.
"f/-f !\
,per person. : -\i.-
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'" I II. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and son, Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and son, feet to an iron stake on the East. fendant is over the age of twentyone I cree Pro Confesso will,, be taken

family and Jimmy Smith spent Hal, left Tuesday for Dothan and Wayne Kinney, and nephew, erly boundary of Lot five (5) of years, and that the age of each against you for the relief demanded -

Sunday at St. Augustine Beach. Headiane, Ala., for a week's visit Frankie Hutto of Jacksonville returned said Southerly Block;direction run thence along in said a unknown unknown and; unnamed defendantis I in the Complaint.It .

Penny Hollingsworth returned with relatives. Easterly boundary being also the is hereby ordered that this
Monday after a ten
Westerly boundary of Lot This is, therefore to commandyou Notice shall be published once each
home Wednesday ater a week's Mrs. Seeber Goodman entertained day vacation visiting friends and said Block, a distance of twenty-(6) of I and each of you and you are week for four consecutive weeks in

visit with her brother-in-law and at a goin.away party for relatives in Virginia Washington, three and seventeen hundredths hereby notified and required toserve the Bradford County Telegraph, a
[ a of Answer other ,
(23.17) feet copy your or weekly newspaper published in
to iron
an stake
sister Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hair in her daughter, Harriet, Wednesdayat D. C., and North and South Caro- last aforesaid iron stake being; pleading to the Complaint herein Starke Bradford County, Florida.

Lake City. the Mark Ritch cottage on lina. in a Northerly direction and a ;on plaintiff's attorneys. Williamsand Witness my hand and the Seal of
THE NEWS distance of sixty (60) feet from Finch P. O. Box 188, Starke our said Circuit Court at Starke,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barbourof Kingsley Lake for 12 of Harriet's Friscilla Cox of Live Oak spent the southwesterly corner of said Florida and file the original Answer Bradford County, Florida, this the
Lot Six or other pleading in the office I 2Sth day of June. .'.R, 1S55;
friends. (6)
Tallahassee, former residents Harriet is leaving ; run thence in an
last week. and her sister of
Cynthia, Easterly direction the Clerk of the Circuit Court in CHARLES A. DARBY,
.1 II II" r 1114 of Starke,. who also have a cabinat day for Murray, Ky., for a this week with their grandmother, the Southerly boundary and parallel of said to and for Bradford County Florida I I Clerk of said 'in.uit Court.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson, Kingsley Lake, were visiting month's visit with her uncle.and I Mrs. D. L. Silcox. j I! Block thirty-one a distance and six of one hundred A.D.on or, 1955.before if the you 1st fail day to do of so August, De By: Marion L. Crosby Deputy 7.1 4t Clerk 7. 22

family visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill and children of Houston, Tex. and i friends in Starke Tuesday evening.Mr. aunt. Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Gish. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dobbs of (131.06) feet to a Concrete hundredths Monument -

Hendriz in Jacksonville Sunday Mrs. J. L. Keating and children andMrs. C. H. Quick Sr. Mr. andMrs. Charles Hardy and Gainesville on the Easterly boundary a-
were last Thursday of Lot seven (7).
afternoon. and Mrs. John Jenks and childrenof had as weekend guests, Mr. and !family spent the weekend in Pa- evening supper guests of Mr and Easterly boundary being of aforesaid also the "Every Visitor An Honored Guest"

Miss Carolyn Edwards entertained New Orleans have spent the Mrs. Quick Jr. and family of ,latka with Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Block one (1)); last aforesaid

three couples at a farewell I past three weeks at the Beasley Staenville, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Mrs. G. E. McGauley. Concrete Northerly Mounraent direction and being a in dis-a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

buffet dinner party Satur- i cottage on Lake Geneva. Mr. and W. Jones and family of Lake City, '! Mrs. M. L. Lawson and children tance of sixty (60) feet from the hAMPTON FLA.

day evening for James High, who 'Mrs. John Christiansen of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Millen of spent the.weekend in Brooks- Hotel ClosesThe Southeasterly one (1) corner of said block
; run thence in
a North-
Sunday School 10-A.M. Don E. Hill!
has been working in this vicinityfor have spent most of the. past three Folkston, Ga. ville with Mrs. Lawson's parents, erly direction along the Easter Supt.

the SAL railroad for the past :weeks with Mrs. Christiansen's Mrs. Mae. Hawkins and son, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Welsh. Mr. closed Starke June Hotel 27. was An temporarily opening- ly(1)boundary a distance of of said one Block hundred one Training Union 7 P.M. Edward Saxon, Director

six months and has left for his [daughters, Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. Paul, Of Waldo were Sunday din- Lawson and daughter, Sally, who fifty-five and seventeen hundredths MARVIN FAILE PASTOR
announced later.
date be
DeW job in Auburndale.Bill Keating and Mrs. Jenks while ner guestg of Mr. and Mrs. Titus have been A.ubnrndale the. past beginning.(155.17) feet to point of I ,

McClane of Atlanta has they were out at the lake. Olson. [several weeks where Mr. Lawson You. and each of yon are hereby HEAR THESE SERMONS ON JUNE 26th

spent the past two weeks with Wayne Mundorff is 'spending Mr. and Mrs. Pave Paulk and jis: working, joined his family in NOTICE in notified the Circuit that there Court has of been tiled 11 A.M.-"Significance of The Lord's Supper"

his gradparents, Mr. and Mrs. this week with Roger Milligan in daughters attended the funeralof Brooksvffle for the weekend.Mr. EIetloft of Tno Super*UorK for Judicial Circuit in and the for Eighth Brad- 8 P.M.-'-From Bondage To Liberty"
George Flynn. Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRaeSr. Terms of Four Years Each for ford County. Florida a Complaint
Mr. Paulk's sister-in-law, Mrs. Bradford Soil Connfrvatlon District. in Chancery wherein SPECIAL MUSIC AT BOTH SERVICESCHECKERBOARD -
Mrs. JoAnn Smith Rowe is and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and Virue. Paulk, in Pierson, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley a widow, is plaintiff Bertha and each Puree of I -

home for the weekend from the son, Robin, are spending the, Sunday. Others from Starke who attended a surprise birthday sup- July 12. 1955 you is defendant, the style of which ,

University of Georgia. weekend in Ocala visiting their: attended the funeral were Mrs.. per given by Mrs. McRae. in Lake ,!Act Pursuant, Chapter to 582.the Soil Florida Conservation Statutesof is et.Bertha al. defendants Pearce ,v.the Drury relief Reddish thereIn
. .
. .
the City Sunday evening for Barney 1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1953, prayed being a Decree \
parents they will also attend Jack Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Paul notice is hereby given of an election and confirming the plaintiffs quieting title . . . .
McRae Jr.Jimmy
wedding Saturday evening of !!rs. Underhill, Foster Shi Smith and to be held on July 12, 1955 for to the lands hereinabove described
Mullins' brother, Larry Izler, to Ovid Lewis. Lawson has returned I the election of two (2) supervisors 'and other relief, and it further appearing -
for terms of four (4) each. from said eaeq
years sworn
he Complaint -
Valarie Sparkman in Sumpter- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deaver of home from Auburndale where, Polling Place: County Agent's Office that the names of the defendants
vffle. spent three weeks visiting his Starke Florida. are unknown except as therein set $
Miami spent several days this and Mrs. Polling place will be open between forth and that the addresses and
aunt :Mr.
uncle and NEWSBy
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Snell- week with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. I the hours of 9:00 A.M. and residences of said defendants are

grove.and daughter of Miami are Frank Castleberry.Mrs. 4:30: P.M. unknown and that there is no person __
Nasworthy. All qualified electors residing or persons within the Jim Chasteen
guests this week of :Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome O. B. Dukes and Mrs. within the District shall be eligibleto Florida, the service of process State isn of

Steve Simmons.Mr. Allie Driggers of Lake Butler vqte in this election. Chancery upon whom would bind
are returning home today after A qualified elector as defined in said absent or unknown defendants, BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
and Mrs. Blake Jackson were last Thursday guests of Mr. and that each
the Florida Soil Conservation Act known and
nine days vacation in Lenoir and de- _
and children spent Tuesday eve- ana Mrs. J. R. Kelly. includes any person qualified to 1 10th & Cherry Sts. Starke, Flo.
Rock N. C.
Blowing vote in general elections under the
ning with Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Mc- Mrs. W. G. Haile Jr. and chil Consitution and Statutes of this "
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williamsand
I I"Irs Milan at Santa Fe, Lake. dren of Miami arrived last Friday State who Is also a landowner in "TICKOFF"A
daughter of Lake City are the herein named district. Group Meetings tion slumps. Everything possible
Mrs. D. J. Clark of is of
Tampa to spend the remainder 11. G. CLAYTON, AdministratorState
should be done to
several months with
spending this week with her sisters spending the month with :Mrs. Haile Sr. Soil Conservation Board. SENSATIONAL NEW encourage
Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and I' 7/1 2t 7/8 I We are planning these dif- birds to eat and drink. We suggest -
Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs.: while Mr. Haile Sr. is in St. Vin DISCOVERY!
Mrs. Jesse Newsome, while Mr. I ferent meetings throughout the :
L. D. Green and Mrs. Henrietta cent's hospital Mr- Haile's con- In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth Give
HIS DINNER DATE Williams is working in this vicin- Judicial Circuit In And For Brad- your dog a capsule! county in different communities I. Check waterers to be sure

REMINDER:M Hunt. ity for Hercules Powder Co. dition remains the same and he ford County Florida. Rid him of Fleas &; licks! with this objective: To help there is sufficient cool, clean
:Mrs. Nelson Green, who has is getting along as well as can be I. Chancery. -
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Gay returned BERTHA PEARCE, a widow make your operation, be it water at all times.
When you've been playing spent the past six w eks with expected. :Mr. Haile Jr. is joininghis Plaintiff AT ALL DRUG STORES
their home in Atlanta after poultry, beef 2.
to hogs or dairy, a If birds ease off eating
with all your might, her son-in-law and daughter, Sgt. family this weekend and they I vs.
spending the month of June at DRURY REDDISH et. al. more profitable one. mash, begin top feeding Check
Bring us your and Mra. Donald Hardenbrook in will occupy a cottage on Kings- Defendants.
the; Mitchell cottage on KingsleyLake. The first of these; meetings was ers once or twice a day to stimulate
Fort Worth Tex. will fly home Lake from July 1 to 15. Mr. \OTICE -
ravenous appetite ley
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: -'- -- ,n_.._ ._ _ held last Tues. night at the appetite.
July 5. Mrs. Green will be accompanied and Mrs. Jack Haile and son, Reddish and Reddish.his .
Paul Hutchins and Joe Wood Drury home of Raleigh Conner. We
by her daughter and Mike, of Miami will also be here unknown wife if living and If Change from mash to
son, Lee, who will live with her attended electricity course at the this weekend with his famly. dead their unknown heirs at law. U showed a film on "Profitable Checker-Ett form of laying ra
GUIDON GRILLGeorge devisees and f! "
legatees or grantees Pork
U of F on Monday and Tuesday.Mr. Production. To you hog tion.
Birds like it better-so
mother while Sgt. Hardenbrook is Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand all other persons claiming by THEATB. eat
and Mrs. Afton Spielmanof under them John D. McKinley men this is something that you in hot
through or ; [ STARKE FLA. more weather.
on overseas duty. Sgt. Harden- daughters, Gayle and Dianne,
and -McKinley, his Unknown j don't
want to miss.
Pittsburg, were guests
Kopelousos, Owner brook will join his family flere spent the weekend in Daytona wife. if living: and if dead 4 Burn lights In the cool
this week of Mr. and Mrs. Leo We will be at the home of Volly
their unknown heirs at law. legatees hours before dawn to
for a visit before being shipped Beach. encourage
Starke, Ha. Champion. devisees or grantees and all Sun., Mon. and Tues. Griffis Thursday night to show greater feed
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell returned other persons claiming by throughor consumption.
out.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hartmanri July 3, 4. 5 a film on poultry.
under them J. N. Jones and wife.A.
; 5.
to their home in Newton, Open laying houses to
Mrs. L.
and W. of
and Fuzzy Hartmann of Rock- V. Jones if living, and If dead FEATURE If you do not know about one of
Gainesville were weekend guestsof N. C., after ten days visit with their unknown heirs at law, legatees the make it as cool as possible. Insulation -
ford, HI., spent the past two weeks devisees or grantees and all SHOTGUN meetings! your community -
Mrs. Mrs. Charles Fields. Mrs. pays big dim
F. C. Hollingsworth. I
DID YOU KNOW? with Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann. 'other persons claiming by. throughor stop in we'll be glad to tell
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews : and Mrs. :Powell spent Monday in I' under them; Vasco Dale Alvarez IX TEChNICOLOR dends in keeping birds cooler
when and where
Sharon Clauff who has been you we plan to
unknown :
Alvarez, in
and in
the weekend at Neptune Jacksonville.Miss With SterlinglIardt summerwarmer winter.
attending school in West Hart- wife. if living and if dead their unknown [' : n and Yvonne have it.
Many Illness are not due to Beach as guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mamie Anderson and Mrs. heirs at law. legatee devisees De Carlo 6. Avoid crowding throughWatch
ford. Conn., has returned to the Demeria
diseased organs but to nerve H. Fogg. home of her mother, Mrs. Elmer P. E. Stone of Archer were week- Alvarez or and grantees her unknown: Calista husband ANDCampus Pasture Condition culling of broody birds and thosein

pressures which prevent the end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. if living. and if dead their unknown poor condition. Usually egg

organs from working 'normally. Palmes. M. Davis. heirs at law. legatees devisees or HoneymoonWith for Key To ProfitWhat prices are low at this time of
Billy Dampier who has spent grantees, and all other persons
LET TOM FIX-IT Mrs. Dewey Warren and son claiming by through or under Lyn Wide and Lee Wilde i* a pasture? It's a place ;year, making it a good time to
several weeks with his grandparents -
Below is such a case: Man: Phil are spending this week in them: C. M. Alvarez and -Alvarez Plus Color Cartoon for where is that cull anyway.
so good a
Children grass
4 if living
Dam- i
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. his unknown wife.
Age 38 Had severe fall and Jacksonville has returned Savannah Ga., with Mr. Warren, and if dead their unknown heirs at row ran fill her stomach in two 7. Check birds frequently for

was knocked out for a time. pier home.in who is now working there as J.law.W.legatees.Andrews devisees, Jr., and or grantees Nell Andrews -: Wed., Thur. July 6,7 1 I hours or less, then lie down in lice and mites. Treat if necessary -

There was no apparent Injury :Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland and sales representative for Gulf Oil. his wife of Bradford County. 7_ DOUBLE FEATURE the shade and rest While she's with Purina Lice Powder.

but later developed headaches, a. The Warrens plan to move up; Florida Louella T. Struth of Brad- resting, she's working for the Or paint the roost with Purina
week- Treasure
and daughter, Kay, spent the ford County, Florida; Annie Mae Of !
tension in neck, nervousness end in Apalachicola visiting their there next week. En or. former Annie Mae Kemper, farmer. Poultry Insecticide.
trouble sleeping. Still later he Mrs. Pauline Torode returned.of Duval County. Florida; and any Ruby HillsWith If she has to spend all day 8.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and and all other persons claiming any Laying hens should begetting
complained ef being tired all the Mrs. Dwight Marshall, where Kayis home last week after a three I.Irleht, title or interest in and to the Zatha'lScott and enough food, the cow isworking kept in the laying house and

time and occasional numbness remaining for several weeks week trip to Dayton, Ohio where following ford County described Florida.lands to-wit in :Brad- Mathews Carole for herself not for you. not allowed to run. :"

In legs.A visit. she visited her son-in-law and -, All of Lots one (1). Two (2) and A permanent pasture should 9. Waste grain should be given -

found displaced Mrs. Virginia Wood has returned daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. L. W. seven three (7)(3) except and Lots the six Southerly(S) and The Magnetic MonsterAND be convenient to the barn, should to pullets-not laying hens.

Chiropractor a from three weeks visit Hieatt aft r which all three wentto sixty (60) feet thereof and the have a supply of clean water,
vertabrae was pressing Cape Cod, Niagara Falls and Northerly sixteen and eigthy- and should be fertilized regular-
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. three hundredths (16.83) feet of With Richard Carlson
on the spinal cord and thus Newt Lane in Terre Haute, Ind. Boston on a sight-seeing trip. Lot five <5) of Block one (1) of Plus' Cartoon for Children 13?, The better the soil., the better Watch 'Em Die
producing blf distress. The Mrs. Torode's granddaughter, Sue Pearce's Re-subdivision accord- the pasture. Allow at least one
Ann Barnes of Kingsland,
Ing to Plat recorded in Plat Book
pressure was removed and the Ga. is spending several weeks Sturges of Dayton, returned herewith 2, page 32 of the puhlic records Fri.. Sat. July 8 acre per row, if possible. That's right come in and see

symptoms dbappeared. This \ i: with her cousin, Carolyn Vickers. her for several weeks visit. of Bradford with a County(' Identified Florida together on- DOUBLE FEATURE, 9 Divide pasture into several flies die right before your eyes
enjoys normal Mr. and Mrs. Howard Flemingof paddocks and in rotation. in our new Dead
patient now Mrs. S. G. Denmark and son, Paid Plat as NOT INCLUDED IN graze Fly display.
health. Stevie and Mrs. J. M. Vickers Ocala were recent guests of THIS PLAT and bounded on the The BridgesAt Electric fencing makes this Purpose of the display is to
Un North by Madison Street on the
helping to make and children spent Tuesday in Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. West by Bay Street. on the East Toko-Ri easjvAvoid overgrazing at all show you Purina's wonderful
For an honest evaluation of Your plumbing strong Mrs. G. T. Jones and childrenof and South by aforesaid Block one times. new dry Killer you just throwon
your health problemisit Were honest H" Jacksonville.Mr. Sinclair and Jacksonville have spent the (1). Said Lots, portions of Lots' INT TECHNICOLOR the barn floor. It draws flies
and Mrs. Clyde and parcel being more particularly -
The day is long. the week- past two weeks with her parents described as follows: With William Ilolden and Grace Warm Weather Henthen knocks 'em over dead in
daughter, Evelyn, spent
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest. Commence at the Northeasterlycorner Kelly just a few seconds. Be to
end in Homosassa as guest of Mr. of said Block one (1) for Management Tips
I and :Mrs. Needham Hurst. Miss Joyce Ward returned home point of beginning and run I AND see this new easy, low-cost way
ten daysin thence in a Westerly direction Keep hens comfortable
Sunday after during to kill flies.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick along the Northerly boundary Two Guns And
CLINIC and Mrs. Seattle, Wash., as guest of thereof continuing in a Westerly warm weather to avoid produc-
and Kathy
cousin Mrs. Doris Johnson.Mr. direction along Westerly
her ,
2 blocks north of Post Office Sue Myrick visited Mr. and Mrs. prolongation of said Northerly Badge
Orlando last and Mrs. G. W. Brown boundary a distance of two hundred JIM CHASTEEN
Phone 108 Lavon Andrews in With Wayne Morris
in Jacksonville.Mrs. sixty and fifty-eight hun
Office hours daily except Thura. Tuesday.Mr. spent last Friday dredths ( 60.58) feet to its intersection -
9to12 1:30 to 5:30 and Mrs. J. R. Kite will Minnie Carter of Maxvillewas with the Easterly La H J
the overnight guest Sundayof boundary of the right-of-way of -- -
Evenings and Thursdayby spend the 4th in Bushnell attend- Ray Street; run thence in a -- - -

Glenn Terrell day Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Southerly direction along said -,::-' ..'- ._ ::::: _.., :, : .. '.. > .
the '
spon- : -
: -
appointment ing -- : -
414-J :
I PHONE Jack Blankenship of Starkville, Easterly boundary a distance of -: -_- : --- --=- : ': :; :' ;.:;:;,-; ::::;::;:-.:;:'::<;;: -.
sored by Bushnell Lions Club,, one hundred thirty-three and one I
Glenn Terrell whois Miss. was the overnight guest hundredths (133.01) feet to a I
honoring of last week of Mrs. Permanent Reference Monumenton
: native of Sumter County.Mr. Thursday I NOW STARKE HAS ITS OWN
, .. a Blankenship. the Northwesterly Corner of
and Mrs. A. J. Bryan and Margaret Lot four (4) of aforesaid Block
Martell Faulk of Jacksonvilleis one (1); run thence in an East-
son of Palmetto were the week- erly direction along the Northerly -i -
II THEATRESIARKE end guests of Mrs. Willie Mae spending her summer vacation boundary of said Lot four (4) I
""j with her grandparents, Mr. and continuing along an Easterly
Judd.D. prolongation thereof a distanceof
W. Judd left last Tuesday to Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. one hundred forty-five and
visit with his father in Belle Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson and eighty-eight hundredths (145.88)SHZPHERffSNMS Army Surplus StoreCamping

Dedicated To Community Service Glade. children, Ronnie and Berniece. and

"Moviea Are Better Than Ever" Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Mrs. Alice Ross of Homestead '
weekend guests of Miss
family of Jacksonville, Mr. and were
If find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Ross. Equipment ...
you your name Mrs. O. P. Hutto. Mrs. L. S. Dorothy Boy Scout Gear

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Hutto 'and Mrs. Shellie Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr.

Starke visited L. S. Hutto in the spent the weekend in Orlando visiting Pup Tents -- Folding Cots Packs ',
SAT., JULY 2 ONLY Sun., Mon. and Tues. Lake her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -
VA Hospital in City on
July 3. 4, 5 J. B. Spencer.Mr. Mess Kits
DOUBLE FEATURE Sunday afternoon. Shiver and ;.
.. : and Mrs. W. T.

-- HSZSZSHS2S2SZSZ52S2SZS2S2SZS2SS? daughter, Linda, Of, Waycross Ga.
Q 0 and Mr. and Mrs. Heft Leslie of 14,

CALIFORNIAOUTPOST .' J I Jacksonville were guests over the Swim Gear -- Fins -. Masks.
weekend of :Mr. and Mrs. R. B.

jA : Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Life BeltsLife Rafts --

': U. htfttfta I in ain Raymond.Mrs. Wading Pools
J. A. Griffin spent the
0 past two weeks in Lakeland Complete Parts Kit T

visiting relatives while Cot. Grif- Build It Yourself

ANDSB- As : !! e-. Clellan fin was, Ala.at camp at Fort Mc- Aqua Lullg,


, .: \ O\\ "Love MeOrX'eaveMe" Sonny Tenly returned home NAVY DRESS
Sunday after spending the past -- WORK SHOES

: t) two weeks at the National Air "I'm just telling her she can

Safe. at Travis BOOTS .. WORK PANTS.
I7ev fltf.. Force camp make her home like this resort CAPS
Field, Savannah, Ga.
"'M \ ..'lN si.. Mrs. Wallace Faulk and daugh- with a York Air Conditioner GLOVES

S* _CINIMAS O But How Sane? ters of Jacksonville and Mrs. from CHAS. C. SHEPHERD."

\ \ ".,,,t Plus "Trial of the Wolf" Cartoon Maxie Carter Sr. of Starke spent

#> .. >.; ..,. and Latest! World News KEEPING your furniture, last week in Miami Beach and TARPAULINS
1 =
(t "J A(N- .., 1 1t clothing and other belongings visiting friends there.
t ft Swwrt Sqraai Mvotttf ttSKICW Wed. Thurs. and Fri. in a wall safe, even if Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell and TENTS

July 6, 7, 8 possible, would limit your family of LaCrosse were Wednes- MASTER CRAFT

I'lus .Vurse To Sleet You" Cartoon enjoyment; of this property.A day evening supper guests, last House Paint All SizesDOUBLE NYLON

and Chapt. IS of SerialRUDOLPH more practical way to week, of Mr. and Mrs. V. V.

JOINPffi protect this investment is Hazen. In.sideorOutside STRETCH

with a strong insurance Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells hadas DECK

SINK policy the Personal their guests at their cottageon

MART Property Floater. Ask us Brooklyn Lake last week, Mr. 2.95gal. BUNK BEDS Sox 39c pr.

COMING SOON MURPHY about it today.ECWaD. and Mrs. N. J. Thomure and

daughters of Granite City, IlL, Mr.

THE PRODIGALEnjoy flALd and Mrs. Frank Kozi and Mrs. J.
We Welcome 'Lookers' Come
--- In Take
KM IK ECU IBS Agency C. Talley of Jacksonville and Mr. Your

L5 a XL and Mrs. J. H. Wells of Starke. I
a Safe, Sound July 4th &i 'hi _ Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teston of Time and Look Around!
in the Coolest Stop in Town h Ia ,
, FLORIDA S Phone: 146 Jacksonville spent the weekend
I .
1? with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

200 E. Call Street Carl Andrews.Mr. ARMY SURPLUS STORE

DOUCLASNUGENT Plus "Satisfied Customers" Car and Mrs. J. L. Bullard of

toon and Latest World News Starke Fla.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. Waycross, Ga., were Sunday 133 SO. WALNUT STARKE. FLA.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fur-

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.............yyyyyyy.yyy fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlBAYLESS "Love Me Or Leave Me" At Florida MTTTfTTTMTMTTTTTTTTTTKeystone Polio I them seriously affected by the dis members are Eugene L. Matthews,
Fighters ease. Foster Shi Smith, Benedict timer
PINE LEVELby HIM% T HeightsDuplicate "This is not the time to relax and a negro member, Ozora John-
may" your efforts," said Miss Denn. son.
Sirs. IL AL BlclUeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAA By Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA A & Elect OfficersA "This is the time to continue to

help in the fight against polio."
The Rev. W. R Hall filled his The Rev and :Mrs. John Gor- I7iA'x I The Keystone Duplicate Club Bradford County executive She pointed out that since 1951 1
regular appointment at the dan of Westconnett and Mr. and I meets Monday evenings at 8 p.m. committe for the National Foun- Bradford County each )ear has
Church Sunday with a large at- Mrs. J. W. Matthews and daughter all through the summer at 'the dation for Infantile Paralysis was received polio funds in excess of THERE'S JUST ONE
tendance. Mrs. Hall left for Hill- Martha, of Lake City, Tenn., x Women's Club. All interested con- formed recently with SarahE. the amount contributed by the
iard in the afternoon because of were visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. T, tract bridge players are invitedto Barefoot as chairman.The county. FRIGIDAIREMade
the illness of their daughter, Mrs N. Norman last week. arc join. group learned that 85 per During the meeting, a numberof only by General
J. E. Murhee, who entered a Jack- Mrs. Allen Hall and family of + High scorers Monday, June 27, cent of Bradford County children people were singled out for Motors Corp. All other
sonville hospital. Jacksonville were visiting Mr.I j included Miss Graham of Mel- had been innoculated with the praise in administering the Salk Electric Refrigerators are
Visitors of the H. l{. McRae'slast and Mrs. L. A. Crosby last week.. :et = rose. Second higa were Mrs. Clar- Salk anti-polio vaccine. The num- vaccine program. These included made by other companies
week Mr. and :Mrs.G. Mr. Otis I i ence Bissell of Starke and Ann ber given the shots was 648 dur- County School Supt. Harmon P.
were Miss Gertrude and and cannot, use the word
James Keystone.Mrs. the first series in and Morgan and Drs. A. J. Barry,
R. McRae of Tampa, Mr. and Richardson of Tampa are stayinga of ing April T'I Frigidaire.
Clarence Bissell of Bay 616 during the second in May. G. Ritch, Pete G. Felos and
:Mrs. R. D. McRae of Orlando, few days with Mr. and Mrs. .
Mrs. J. R. Morris and daughters, Bobby Crosby. City Mich, has been visiting her Gale W. Denn, state representative A. Y. Covington. I
and Mrs. Morris mother, Mrs. Dinner guests of the Rev. and ; i sister, Mrs. Paul Leaman in for the polio foundation, Besides Miss Barefoot, other of- Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
McMillian, all of Jacksonville, Mrs. H. C. Martin were his brother ;" .;;>. Starke. Mrs. Bissell will soon be awarded a citation to the countyfor ficers selected Monday were Alice I ?
and Mrs. W. O. Jackson and /, ., :.. moving into one of the units of the 1955 fund campaign, which ?
} Anderson, vice chairman Jewell
I and sister-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. 'k:""<<01<- ',, ;
"' ; < her new motel north of Starke on yielded $2,425.
daughter of Osborn, S. C. THEN SEE
.t.I 9"Love
Billy Martin of Starke. tf;; I '?. Roberts, secretary; Hugh Ingram,
U. S. 301. Miss Denn reminded the polio
The Rev. Robert Somner of :
0.J? '
Wheaton, Hi., preached to a packed Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly and jiilli!,: Mrs. :Mabel L. Hubbell returned fight was not won, while there ie treasurer. Arlin McKnIght was
E. H. SMITHTenth
and Mrs. N. Tomkin of
named medical advisor whileP.
house at Pine Level Church. town Mr. and Mrs.C. .1 Me Or Leave Me," musical drama depicting the glamour and with Mrs. James from Chicagoto hope the disease will be conquered as
T. Nolin was asked to as
Keystone. Mrs. Hubbell liked within the next six serve
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae visit- :years.
excitement of the
C. Roaring Twenties, opens at the Florida Theatre
Crosby. I Keystone to such an extent she She said nine, million dollars educational advisor.
ed :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs at for and Temple Ave
Sunday a Doris
three-day run. and James
Day star in
Lake. City Sunday afternoon. Buie Crosby was a business Cagney the bought the Cahoon home in Lake was spent by the foundation for The committee formed :Mondaywill
Jack and Glenda Shandley returned visitor to Jacksonville last week. CinemaScope color presentation. Brooklyn Mrs. Hubbell will teach the Salk vaccine. Yet, there are serve until February of next Starke, FU.H .
to their home in Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and music when settled. 70,000 new patients with 35,000( of year. Other executive committee
ville yesterday after a week's son, Russell, and Mrs. J. R. Kelly ,
visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. R. were in Jacksonville on business -
Crosby an4 family. Monday.The .
The Rev. W. M. Jackson of Rev. and Mrs. Martin and
Wheaton, B!., was with us at the family left last Tuesday morningfor
prayer service Wednesday nightof two weeks vacation in California y
last week. He Is leaving the I where they will visit friends rroa. ,
latter part lot July for Palestine. and relatives. Hear Ye Hear YeF
The Rev. and Mrs. Hall and I Church services, Sunday school,
Misses June Conner and Eliza- BTU and prayer meeting will be
beth Jackson visited the campon held same time as usual. Don't
the Suwannee near Branfordand forget youth meeting every Sat- -
reported a wonderful fellow- urday night at 8. 2'
shIp.About 180 children attendedthe ;
PEST CONTROL youth camp this week.
Mr. and Mrs: B. M. Thomas and :"
On Independence Day, we pay tribute to the great truths ,'
children of Brooker were visiting .
Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Lewis Sunday. \ ;
ALL TYPES OF Visiting the H. M. McRae's rs inscribed on the Declaration of Independence. And we ;
GROVE SPRAYINGCall Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A. F. "
for estimate Hall and children, and Mr. and
Florida Pest Control Mrs. F. L. Connors, all of Jack- n.c r remember that there is one great truth for which we .' __;
''' .
sonville. .:

&Phone Chemical Franklin 6-6035 Co. should all be especially grateful: The principles of thet :' .,.;;;'
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- ...."
24 N. W. 16th Ave. t.
Gainesville brook purse-size fountain pens in e : Declaration of Independence of the American
FJa pastel shades. Only $%.58 at Brad- r/\ \. are a part ;
ford County Telegraph. C.

r''y C. way of life, not just one day a year, but every day. Let us _...,- 7
For the Price Of This '1 i. .
guard them forever. ,

Beautiful Harwick Range Alone ) ,

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YOU CAN HAVE : ""''-

, RANGE, TANK, GAS AND : : / Don't Forget :: t:

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"" ,.: ....'' (\' :' Most Starke Business Houses Will Be Closed All Day Monday, July 4,


. ,1 -" In Observance Of Independence Day. .

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All Burners -- Including Oven ;;: ,"I'I;
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top burners are. guaranteed for the life of .c

the range. '


finished in ACID RESISTANT titan- S. R. Johns Grocery Starke Hardware Co. The Farmers Supply

ium glazed Porcelain. ... Starke Builders Supplies 4 Van H. Priest Co. :- Brownlee and Chasteen I

ALL PORCELAIN oven and broiler Lovett's Grocery and Market Hardy Brothers Motor Co. Libby Sales and Service

drawer -. Smokeless roll-out Broiler ... Gem Jewelry .:, The Suwannee Store .- Alvarez Store .N Est. 1894

Roomy storage bin and drawer. Hart Furniture Co. C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. Chas. Shepherd ... Radio and TV

Western Auto Associate Store Lawson's Meat Market Denmark Furniture Co.

164.95AFTER Volley Starling's Grocery and Mkt.

Only F t

LOW DOWN PAYMENT In Order To Maintain Necessary Services To The Public, We Will Remain Open All Day Monday, July 4.

Koch Drug Store Herb's Drive In Brown Derby Cafe k

Slade Gas Co. Conway's Service Station Faulkner's Service Station Mitchell's Drug Store i

Gib Brown's Service Station Warren's Super Shell Station

Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 121






Right Of SquattersNot Examinations Hours for the exams are 2-5 p.m.
Civil Air Patrol Bradford Tobacco Retold Driving on Mondays and 9-12 a.m. on
Story !
Valid Anymore, Offered Twice Weekly Wednesdays.The ; .

Says County LawyerCan Examinations for automobile Patrol examiner asks all
Unit At Keystone S 1 The harvesting of tobacco the crop that America originated and I I drivers' licenses will be given applicants to appear at the court-
i/ spread with the help of Sir Walter Raleigh, once more is unfoldingits { I a person claim "squatter'srights" twice weekly in the future. 'ae- !house early enough before closing
annual story. The broad velvety leaves are cropped from the plantas on state, county or munic- cording to the Florida Highway I[time on Wednesdays since he has
Hears Major TalkThe ( Benny Gilmore does at left) and carted in mule-drawn sleds to .ipal land? Patrol. ;afternoon
This point was brought in one assignments
the stringers (below), where handful of leases are tied to sticks. up M i
of the condemnation trials last '
regular meeting of the Keystone Both sticks and tobacco then go into barns (right, Tommy Meeks) for week when the defendant claimed -' .- ..- -= .-' .- .- :: '::,::<= -=--: .-..-:,- :: -"
/ five days "curing" at temperatures up to 180 degrees. Pictures were
Heights Squadron Civil Air land even though it had been deeded
taken near Brooker on the farms of Benny Gilmore, Negro farmer
Patrol, was held recently and to the county years ago. He FACTORY FACTORY
was attended by MaJ. Edward H. ._. and County Commissioner 31.0. Harrell. I said that using it for a number of
Mow who Is a member of the Na- ;?a9y years established title for him. APPROVED ENGINEERED

tional Cadet Committee of the I.rl 4, I County Attorney Hollis V. .1 ,'9
,Knight stated that there can be
CAP.Major Mow explained the pro- no adverse possession (high fault ,
gram of cadet training and the J 'ing name for squatter's rights)
opportunities open to cadets who : ; against state, county, or municipalland.
.show particular ability.In L : i II Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning

the educational field, the new **. ffvL d .. I 'Wrecker' Service
Air Force Academy will appoint __ j 1 -_! -- .: .-. .. '.
outstanding cadets to the Academy To Barns I
which is located at Colorado From Fields tfA I Wash. Your Clothes BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
Springs Colo. One cadet will be I TESTING AND STARTER
--- Candy Taxed More
appointed from Florida each year. I 9 Pounds BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR
In addition to that the Massa- Container Starts Under Newest LawA LINING
chuetts Institute of Technologywill For 40c! FENDER SALES BATTERIES
also award one. scholarshipeach Work On ProjectNational sales tax on larger candy REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
year to an outstanding Flori- sales goes into effect July 1, ac- FREE Bleach If Desired! BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
da CAP cadet.In Container Corporationhas cording to State Comptroller RayE.
the field of private aviation started work on the Bradford twwst Green.
many of the large airlines as wellas Pulpwood Yard on U. S. 301 near The 1955 Legislature voted to We Will Complete Lubrication Service
manufacturers are well awareof the southern City limits. tax candy bulk, packaged and
the value of cadet training and Field representative Lonnie D. n candy bars -.when sold for 26 Dry Your Clothes DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
are offering opportunites of em- Vining said the yard will provide J't cents or more. The tax formerly
Reconditioned Used
ployment to cadets with Certificates -I' mechanical equipment for handling ... started with a 51 cent purchase.Also For 20c Cars and Trucks

of Proficienccy. pulpwood and putting it on rail- To Stringers under amendments to the We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
The Air Force itself has in- road cars or in storage. state sales tax, renters moving into In Sew Automatic Driers!
tensified it's Interest in CAP ca- Vining said the yard would en- new quarters must pay a sales tax .
dets by lowering the age limitto able small operators to get into Roadside Motels Mount In Number on the first six months occupancy. i HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
include ages of 14 to 18, both business, since pre- Under the present law this initial
'boys and girls and by allowing all the.viously pulpwood they did not have the vol Near Starke; New One Opens Soon payment is refunded. The Washeteria\ I 600 Temple Ave. 5|| Phone 69
cadets to spend 9 days each sum- ume'of wood to load a full car. .
mer at an Air Base such as Mac It also will assist present Container ., mmm .
i YOU'LL LOVE the Ester- !
that when the turnpike is com new temple Ave. Starke YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
Dill Field, Tampa. Futhermore pulpwood supplies in the \brook
i I pleted in purse-size fountain pens Inpastel
1965 it won't make a toof t t
the Air Force is going to continue area-Marshall M. Matchett,Frank . ._ .
\ fi1 shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford __ __.
exchanging cadets with 26 foreign Thomas, Ed Peck, Hogan Smith zs I difference, he said. t County Telegraph. '- .....-..' .. ., / 1 II k.- ___ _..... .___ _._ . .-- .-.-=--_--u--_-......H'__- ,-.. _,_..,f, '
countries and is contemplating an and Malcolm Lewis. { -----. - "
exchange of cadets between states. The yard will measure the
Maj. Mow also pointed out that pulpwood as it is delivered. Pay-
the CAP training program is be- ment will be by Container check.

ing incorporated in many high Vining said three, men would be ? .,
schools of the state. Live Oak I employed initially. They now are
already has a cadet program and being trained at the Fernandina '
next year Dade county and Duval Beach pulp mill or at other unloading .--I-_ ,
county will have the program. yards.In .
Bradenton also will begin its pro- addition to handling woodof f F1or Outdoor
gram soon. existing suppliers and small living
One interesting feature of the operators, the yard will load carloads i.
CAP cadet program as pointed out of pulpwood produced at ,
"by Capt. Bert Christoffers is the Container's Bradford and Alachua '
tremendous part girls have in the tree farms. ay

program. Two C-47 aircraft will Vining said that operators interested
transport an all girls drill team in using the yard are free Albert Sappenfield 0
from Tampa to the Aviation Week: to consult him at his home in There've been no complaints
celebration held in a northern Starke. about the. tourist business at the

state this summer. string of motels up and down U. -at ltS test.

Give And GetIt S.businesses 301 near are Starke.going up.In fact, new fig : Q

costs you nothing to give it Latest in the business is the 10-
(You'll keep it all the while!) unit Plaza Lodge which owner
701005t It lives Swith you, and you live it- Albert Sappenfield hopes to have .
I'm speaking of a smile. completed Saturday. The new con- J I

666 The ones you give out in inches, crete block structure locatednear . . . S S S S S S S S . . '
Come back to you in miles, the 301 Restaurant north of : ;: .1. *
ie To help you out in the pinchesI'm town. ::5:50:5: : : .1S :. :

speaking now of smiles! There were 17 motor courts in .. .. .... :
the county at the first of the year. s
boasted 200 units and their
1mv They

;; Our Window Display; actual million value dollars.Sappenfield's probably. approacheda -

.1..m"s is the latest to be Coke

OFLOVEBRIGHT are added under, although construction.one or two more July 4th fun calls for !

His motel will be completely air

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rooms. Besides the 10-units. 'it also -
contains living quarters for the
operator. .' ... x"11 w,
I Sappenfield came to Starke in
Ladies and Gents Nationally Advertised March from Jacksonville, wherehe TASTE its extra-bright tang :.-
f I operated a motor court. He i r
WATCHESWILLIAM'S started work on the Starke units so bracing, so distinctive, always; \:r rx<- .' .
I April 20. '..
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JEWELRY the North Florida area doesn't
concern Sappenfield at all. Hdoesn't ,
think it will affect his
151 W. Call I St. Phone 375 : u
FEEL its '
business. extra-bright '.
Starke, Fla. 3 I energy,
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Contest Entrants I Case No. 10-1053 .I NOTICE TO APPEAR I In Probate. and Testament of Edward Brad-
Notice To AppearTo la Circuit Court Bradford IX RE: ESTATE OF EDWARD I
Guard County
ford :Simpson:: deceased.
Handing Henry George Wilhelm, whose
Florida IB Chancery.
Month of June 6/18 4t 7/1
Yes The residence and address Is: Unknown. Shirley Bertha Jennings. Plaintiff, All Creditors and Persons Having
Eying Corn CropsWith You are hereby notifies that a vs. Sidney William Jennings, Defendant Claims or D.lDaad.&al."t!
cult for divorce and custody of I Said Eat.te.I :
Holds minor child has been flied
DrillThe Case No. 10-870 You and each of
Big against you in the above named I you are hereby FILL DIRTGOOD
various members of the Court and cause and you are required Notice To Appear notified and required to present any I
Bells I To: Sidney William Jennings claims and demands which you. or
Wedding to serve a of answer
copy your -
Ring Sapp family predominating, all or pleading to the complainton whose residence and address is: either of you. may have against the RICH
Unknown estate of Edward Bradford
last weekend drill for the those entered in the Farm Bureau the Plaintiff's AttorneyE. SImpson -
I You are hereby notified that a deceased late of said County,
Corn Contest are watching their K. Perryman :suit for to the Bradford
National Guard unit at Camp County judge of
and file the original in the office of
Divorce and restoration of County. Florida, at his office in TOP SOILSee
I Blanding was held recently. The 1-acre plantings, hoping to beat the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
dozen wed Yawn application anda maiden name Ithe court house of said County at
With more than one Judge upon Eldon Sapp who seems to be established before the Starke. Florida within eight calendar f
unit is for -
now preparing summer 25 day of July, 1955; has been filed against you In the
$3 fee,
inga set up it looks like JuneIs 3-day waiting period a field training to be held at Ft Mc- as the favorite at this otherwise the allegations of said 'above named Court and cause and months from the time of the.
of not1Ce.Each
living to its happy traditionas and a certificate showing the applicants Complaint will be taken as confessed you are required to serve a copy of first publication this
up time. claim demand shall be in
Clellan, Ala.. August 14-28. by your answer or pleading to the complaint or
of brides. passed a blood test. you. writing and shall state the placeof BILL JACKSON
the month This notice shall be publishedonce on the Plaintiffs Attorney
of 75 cents bushelis
during the past year Both the blood test and the mar- Lt. William O. Collins Jr. said Top prize per each week for four consecutive Fred Butler, 1309 l"arnett Bank residence and post office addressof
However must not be made the weekend activities included the goal of all entrants, but weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Building, Jacksonville !. Florida the claimant and shall be sworn Jackson Transfer Company
licenses were Issued riage license Ito by the claimant HIS agent OR
when 74 marriage and file the original in the office of
Judge Theron A. more than 30 days in advance.Ya'D participation of the 748th Or- the second and third prizes of 50 graph.Dated this 21 day of June, 1955. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or attorney and any such claim or Phone 165
by County stated he was not in.dnance Battalion commanded byLt. and 25 cents respectively, are (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby before the I demand not so filed shall be void. i'
Yawn a month-by-month run well worth effort. Clerk of the Circuit Court 11 day of July, 1955; Rebecca Jane Simpson I
down shows that last July led the agreement with the effort recentlyby I Col. Thomas E. McClamma.The By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk otherwise the allegations of said As executor of the Last Will
the Legislature to abolish the battalion is composed of units County Agent George Huggins 6/24 4t 7/15 Complaint will be taken as con- I,

list with 13. :from both Jacksonville and Camp said this week that the corn allover lessea oy you. I
said it
This notice shall be published
The list includes seven in June, 3-day waiting period. NOTICE TO APPEAR
interfere at all with the Blanding.The the county looks good right la Circuit Court, Bradford County. once each week for four consecutive
not I
thirteen in July, three in August did Florida IB ChaBcery.Juanita weeks in the E'radford County Tele
three In September, eight In October regular church weddings, whichare weekend problem opened now, although recently it showed Gunter Plaintiff, vs. Don- graph.
well in ad- with a motor convoy movement to signs of needing some rain. ley E. Gunter, Defendant. Dated this :3 day of Jane 1955. I
six in November four in usually planned Case Xo. 10-1034 : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby HUNDREDS
December, two in January ten in vance, and it did minimize the a bivouac area. It was under simulated There were no regulations as to Notice To Appear Clerk of the Circuit Court
weddings aircraft attack. the spacings or fertilizers used by To: Donley E. Gunter whose resI- By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
February, nine in March threein number of dence and address is: UnknownYou 6/10 4t 7/1
April and six I in May. which frequently result in divorces Company 'B, commanded by he contestants. While most planted are hereby notified that a of details are managed and economically -
I Dixie 18, a few planted the suit for divorce -
Marriage licenses are issued by later. Capt. Joseph- H. Johnson, was has been filed against you In the attended that only a trained and
completely up in the field, in-I Funk and McCurdy varieties. I..above named Court and cause and NOTICE OP PROBATE j careful organization can attend when
you are required to serve a copy of In The County Judge' Court Bradford t
Law Among those in the contest are:
Junior Legion Team New Utilities eluding the kitchen. your answer or pleading to the ('ountMat" of Florida. the urgent need for serving is at
The weekend was climaxed by Mitch Edwards, Freddie Watterson C mplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney ESTATE OF EDWARD BRADFORD I
Shows Good Defense Of No Effect Here J. B. White, Paul Starling, Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida SIMPSON, Deceased.The hand.
a simulated attack by aggressors Title Building, Jacksonville, Mote of Florida To All Persons '
Bradford Saturday night. Eldon Sapp, J. C. Sapp, J. B. Gas- Florida Interested In the Estate of 'I
According to Coach Leonard I No plans are afoot for kins Harold Crawford, Sidney and file the original in the officeof Raid DecedentsYou DeWITT C. JONESPhone
to finance sewer and water Fifty men from Bradford-Clay- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on are hereby notified that a I
the Junior American County
Register Newmans, Arthur Green, Johnny or before the written instrument purporting tobe Fla.
improvements despite leg- Duval area are members of the the Last Will and Testament of 7 Starke,
baseball team looks good
Legion McGee, Wayne Sapp, Bobby Sapp, 11 day of July 1955; I
to said decedent has been admitted toprobate
authorizationaccording Blanding unit. The specialities include otherwise the allegations of said
defensively but needs to improve.islative Gerald, Norman Joe Sapp, Clifford Complaint will be taken as confessed in said Court. ,
at th\ plate to add more victories.I Clerk of the Court Charles Darby. truck drivers, mechanics, Instrument Norman, Felix Sapp, and by you. You are hereby commanded With-I' Kuneral} Director Ambulance ServiceOur
Each shows the Post 56' The Legislature enacted a law repairmen, artillery re This notice shall be publishedonce in six calendar months
game to finance 'pairmen and fire control Tullie Norman. each week for four consecutive date of the first publication of this local funeral home enablea as to otter convenience i.nl
all counties power repairmen. -
team to have improved. giving weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY notice to appear in said Court and I
sewer and water improvements.The TELEGRAPH. show cause. if any you can, why services not otherwise available.
Junior team members include Dated this 3 day of June 1955. the action of said Court in admitting
bill was sponsored by the The unit has an authorized OFFICIAL SEAL Charles said Will to I
Glenn Reddish. Eulie Rushton. ( ) A. Darby probate should not : ._
Florida Home Builders Associa- strength of 107 enlisted men, four Complaint will be taken as confessed I Clerk of the Circuit Court. stand unrevoked. Sr 55S S SFSSSSSSJ SSSS. sssssSsssrssjsss.
Curtis McGee, Gus Kopelousos, I Marian L. (OFFICIAL SEAL
By Crosby. Deputy Clerk )
officers and five warrant officers. by you. [ We furnish the highest type cervice at lowest prices, and
tion. 6/10 4t Theron A. Yawn. County
Billy Harrington, Buck Gill, Eu- This notice shall be publishedonce I 7/1 Judge
each county had to The actual strength is 98 enlistedmen each week for four consecutive Bradford County Florida accept ANT life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT
gene :Magyar, Ken Noegel Previously, weeks in the Bradford County Tele- NOTICE TO APPEAR 6/10 4t 71OTlCLl
Charles Noegel, Benny Williams, seek special legislation if it desir- three officers and five war- graph. IB Circuit Court. Bradford County, company, as payment. part or In full on a funeraL
field of utili- rant officers.Lt. Dated this 18 day of June, 1955. Florida la Chancery. > TO CREDITORS Consultation carries no obligation.
Alderman Kenneth Green, ed to enter into the In The Court \
Bill Collins (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby William R. Smith, Plaintiff vs. Of The County Judge, .
said the
units expects Madelyn G. Fernandez, also known Bradford County, Florida. rSttSSrr SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSt SSSJStttt S
Steve Pyseck, Nub Johns. Jimmy ties. Clerk of tho Circuit Court. : .
to: be at full strength by August By Marian* Crosby, Deputy Clerk .s jiaaeiyn u. rernanaez mitn. de
Hobbs, Marvin Brown, and Charles Darby speculated the law was 1. 6/21 4t 7/15 ,t fendant. Case No. 10-1036
Crosby. :Mike Reddish and Spanky passed at the request of larger Notice To Appear.To .
Of The : Madelyn G. Fernandez also
In The Circuit Court Eighth
McLendon serve as managers. counties with large metropolitan Judicial Circuit ot Florida In and known as Madelyn G. Fernandez VISITk CALL WRITE
'. Smith whose residence and addressis *
outside city limits. Under For Bradford ( uat)'
areas Damage Award MadeIn In thancer : 20-A David Street. Pasay City,
these circumstances, the county Re Adoption of DARYL RANDALL Republic of the Philippines.
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-. could furnish utilities outside the Automobile Mishap FRIXK. A Minor, by LUTHER C. You are Hereby notified that a
brook purse-size fountain pens in I his wife. Petitioners. Annulmenthas I MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC. ,
city.The Damages of $281 were awarded NOTICE APPEAR been filed against you in the ,
law permits any I
shades. Brad. by a Bradford To: James Newton Devereaux, above named Court and cause and
pastel Only $2.58 at County circuit
county to build, buy and operate. 269-3545 Naval Supply Depot, Box vou are required to serve a copy of
facilities. court jury recently to Mrs. William 45 Naval Ease Navy 115. c/of F.P.O., your answer or pleading to the complaint -
water and ewer P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE
ford County Telegraph. J. Dodd Jr. New York, N. Y. on the Plaintiffs AttorneyS. -
against O. A.
You are hereby notified that a Perry Penland, 700 Atlantic
Collins )'r. asa result of an automobile ,petition has. been filed in the above National Bank Building, Jacksonville -
styled court and cause by Luther C. I 2. Florida
accident which happened 'Milliard and his wife, Geneva Mil and file the original In the officeof 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
on Call Street over two years ago. liard for the adoption of Daryl Ran- I. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
In the trial dall Frink a mInor. by the petitioners or before the 11 day of July, 1953;
I presided over by Luther C. Milliard and Geneva otherwise the allegations of said
Judge George L. Patten, Mrs. Hilliard. and you are required to 'Complaint will be taken as confessed $1flft.OO
FARMERS SUPPLYA. Dodd serve a copy of your Answer or by you. $15.00 LOANS S
I alleged that Collins operated Objections to show cause why said This notice sr.lli be publishedonce
his vehicle negligently and caused petition should not be granted. on each week for four consecutive
the accident. She asked for :the petitioners' attorney, Theron A. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
I dam Yawn, Jr., Bradford County Court
R. JOHNSON of House. Starke, Florida, and file the raph.
ages $300 and costs. Dated this 6 day of June, 1955.
original in the office of the Clerk PHONE FR-6-S333 COLLECT
The jury consisted of W. C. Pow: of the Circuit Court on or before (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ell, foreman, Edwin T. Prevatt July 25, 1955.
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Herein fail not or a decree pro :
FEEDS 'L. Norman, S. G. Denmark, Henry,confesso will be entered against you. 6/10 4t 7/1 '
E Hinson, and John Todore. WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court. in Starke. Bradford
I County, Florida this 22 day of June,
1955. "''i:
Police Seek TruckerOn Clerk of said Circuit Court.
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 9'
Bad Check 6/24 4t 7/15 -
R. Kelly, Bradford County .
In Circuit Court Bradford County t tf
tax collector, swore out an affi- Florida In Chancery. ::
Phone 51-W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts. Dorothy Wilhelm. Plaintiff. vs. Henry -
davit for the arrest of a trucker, George Wilhelm, Defendant. .

Ernest Mullenax, Pahakee,who issued ?

a worthless check for $214.33in v.

Higher Pork Profits with payment for license tags.

County Judge Theron A. Yawn
issued a warrant on that charge '

RoRasil' and set bond at $1,000. : ; % s j '., t

t Kelly stated that he personally

1W' has to make good for any losses .
Feeds :
Hog which result 'from worthless .

checks, but that since he has been I
Red Rose Hog Feedi are IC en. >
,_ in office he has lost PHONE 218 2 i ;
tifically compounded of all the ___ only a small f
essential ingredient needed to amount due to bad checks. < ,
Red ,. 4 ; .
product pork profitably. ___ __ "I )i' .v $ .v / _
down the fattening
ROM period cuts and at the same time gives ____ \IVFLOWERS :' .. .... .. ,. .. :
higher dressing percentages
you x
atmazkettima. In The Circuit Court Ol Bradford : :
County: Florida, In Cbaneery. :
Red Rose Feed are alao fortified Lucille McMahan Plaintiff, vs. Earl .
B. McMahan, Defendant. % : .
with vitamin and antibiotic supplement ::
to keep your hog. well Case No. 10-1031 For All Occasions I
conditioned wth; vigorous weight Notice To Appears

gaina.lnureaflyourfuturepork I idence To: Earl-if.and address McMahan.is: A.whose Battery res DISH GARDENS C i mind
profita from weaning time to mar- 68th AFA Bn., 42:! in. Mortars, Fort Important thought to keep : I IIf
ket time with Red Rose Hood. Texas. POTTED PLANTS
You are hereby notified that a suit .. :

: '.'. ., :: ': : : : -. '.' -'. .: has for been Divorce filed against you In the POTTERY I .: S.- : :, you want to keep the new engine under the hood clean as it I

above named Court and cause and I .. ),- is today,use that great new Super-Refined GulfNo-NOX-the I

I you jour are answer required or pleading to serve to a the cepy complaint of Flowers 'Wired f: ... /. : : clean-burning gasoline and its super-refined teammate, I

on the Plaintiffs Attorney : : : new Gulfpride H.D. Select Motor Oil
Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith Bldg., .. :
Jacksonville, Florida, AnywhereNona I ., I
IT'S THE PRIDE OF THE SLEEK : and file the original in the officeof II I :; 44.uL
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on v
St. Starke : 'r
or before the
NEW BA/L-A-MAT/C FLEET! 25 day of July, 1)55; .. ,. ,%
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any outboard hull to new president of W. A. Belcher Lumber Company, past presi. I gasoline-at the refinery-to bring you new clean- full working! octane day in, day out. today's high-compression engines I

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board 5. 71a4, 10, 16 they came on the market in 1948," he says. "Their light r Now! For the ultimate in working: octane performance. always use Gulfs 7. ,, I

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Saturday, 9 to 12 a. m., bake
CHURCHIi the Church, benefit of the. Sunday By Ozora Johnson, Editor

School building fund; p. m.
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i adult choir practice. .
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---- Sunday, 9:45 a. m., Sunday

Three Church Units Hampton Pastor School; 11 a. m., morning wor-

Hold Union Services ship service, quarterly communion

service, communion meditation by ... \' "'h.'''-- w.rafxll
During July AugustThe -- \\ hllUll Ilsroif
the minister; 8 p. m" union serv-

First Christ First Meth ice at First Methodist Church,

odist and First Presbyterian sermon by Rev. J. E. Sherwood.
Churches announce that union Regular prayer service and ., :=::::::
evening services will begin with 't'ta junior choir practice will not beheld ss.I 1EXTENSIVE. x "'

the service this Sunday and will 9i since the minister will be < I i
teaching at the Pioneer Church -
continue thru the months of July :-- ''''' ::::; t
i Camp during the week. A cordial t. r..Gth "
and August. The. services for July .. -
welcome awaits all who would :::: e
will be as follows: i NtiOi
worship with us. STEW FACILITIES casting: $171,000 will go into use for
July 3-service at First Meth
the first time this September for RJE school students. Section pic-
odist, Rev. J. E. Sherwood. 1 tx
July 10-service at First Chris At The TabernacleThe tured is the new kitchen, cafetorium antI offices. Not pictured are I/III/III'--

tian, Rev. W. S. McAliley. shower rooms and 13 classrooms, which also will go into use for the ,
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru. Sat. July 2
July 17-service at First Pres- regularly-scheduled services first time. Still another section of the building contains shops, home

byterian, Rev. R. D. Sommer. of the Gospel Tabernacle were economics facilities and two classrooms used s inc. 1949, when they
held during the week, along witha SUPERDRAND (Limit 1 with S5 Order)
built for !
July 24-service at First Methodist were $45,000. The entire school plant Mill handle 475 pupils
special meeting with the South-
Rev. W. S. McAlfley. when the school year opens. The old school will not be used except
July 31-service at First Christian eastern Bible School group from perhaps for special classes. I \ bagHERSHEY'S
Birmingham, Ala., on Thursday COFFEE F E 1-lb 59C
Rev. R. D. Sommer. ni ht.
Civil Service Picnic participants> asked to :
I are bing
Special music will be furnished The Rev. Marvin E. Faile Is the An II
interesting program Is being The Starke workers of Green ten cents, each day to help take
by the choir of the hostess church. new pastor of the Hampton Baptist I
prepared for this Saturcay night's Cove' Springs Naval Air Station care of the expendable items tobe Limit 1 with Order
The public is cordially invited to Church. lie assumed the new GRANULATED ( $5 )
these services. post June 5. lie is from Lancaster Youth for Christ meeting. Each, reported a delightful picnic at used in the program. More

C, and Is gracuate of the one will have an opportunity to' Butler's Beach, St. Augustine on volunteers are needed to help fac
S. a ; -' pak
participate. I Saturday June 25. The water coordinate the
program. 39C
Tennessee Temple School at Chat- SUGAR S 50lb
St. Mark's Episcopal ,
'tanooga. He also attended the, was fine and the refreshmentswere Scout Troop Needed

Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln Moody Bible Institute at Chicago Hi-Way Chapel savory. Hundreds of employ- According to Scout master
l es, relatives and friends
His previous pastorate was at Assembly of God were Aaron seven dollars and seven
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal I Iin I attendance at this annual outing SHORTENING (Limit 1 with $5 Order)
Cherry Street :Mission in Chatta- Chester C. Roberson, Pastor men could make the official or-
Church will be follows:
as that
is sponsored by the De-
nooga. lie will reside in Hampton ganization of a troop possible.
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church with his! wife, Virginia, and four- Sunday: Sunday School 10 a. m. partment of the Navy for their These men will be needed to'' Ib can
School and Adult Class; 11 a.rn.- A class for employes. SNOWDRIFT 3 69C
months-old daughter, Linda every age. Worship serve as trustees committemen,
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 Hour I'
11 a m. Evangelistic Hour Adult School directors, and at least two Den
p.m. Y. P. S. L. BROOKERBAPTIST [18 p. m.Tuesday. The attendance to RJE. adult Mothers are needed. The scout,
Wednesday: 7:30 p,m. Litany CHURCH I classes has varied from 15 to 40
: Mid-week preachingervice program> is a part of good citi-I
and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 8 p. m. 'I'persons. Since Friday is July 1, ;zenship in any American commu

Practice. Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. Thursday it is imperative that we know !nity.
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,I : Missionary Preach-I Ithe 1 No 2
Service 8 and the that
Evening p. m. Prayer ing service 8 names subjects We want
p. m. do to good citizens 2 29C
11 ajn.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. 8 Rev. & BEANS
Meeting, Wednesday p. m- Saturday: Children's story hour all persons wish to take. We will out of our boys. Your child

CHURCH OF CHRISTC. I 2. B. Stallings, pastor.KINGSLEV 3 p. m.Christian. have a special meeting on Tuesday -can be a cub or a scout if he is

.. July 5, and group you ac- 11 years old. The average age -
L. Overturf Jr.: Minister LAKE "
cording to your location in -
range is 11 to 16 years of age.
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. MISSIONARY BAPTIST ChurchRev. County. If there are, fifteenor The 71 at Starke -- .. .... -
Horning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- J. E. Sherwood, pastor more persons from Lawtey, at Lawtey troops can be revived and and 71-A set '_ __ .,__ ____ .,_! PICNIC P/CK/NS' "!,_,:_._-."? ----

ning Worship 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn most likely a class will be organized -
Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes up properly at anytime accordingto
I Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: ing Worship 11 a.ra. Evening there. The same will apply -
for all Scoutmaster
ages. c. W. ColsoR, Supt. : Holly.
p. m. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetingeach to Lincoln City Wateroak
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Evening Wanted are seven men with a DIXIE DARLING
Radio program, "Old Paths"each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone !Hampton and R.J.E.
worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- dollar apiece to Charter this pro-
Sunday 9. a. m. Station we,1come.-Rev. H. H. Mott,
Teachers will be to
I deaver 6 p. m. gram. The building formerly usedin I Quart Jar
WDVH. pastor. meet the, needs of the '
groups. Pleasant is available and MAYONNAISE 49C
Bible Study and Prayer City
-- ., Meeting Courses in general education will
-- -- -- --- -- ------ -
at Aaron has
-- -- 7:30 your Holly
p. m. Wednesday.
-- -- -- --- include reading, writing, arithmetic -
made many sacrifices for the
Church! program
located on W. Call and
spelling, public speaking, music -
now he is asking for
Christian streets. A friendly welcome Commercial subjects
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH waits everyone. I hobby-crafts.will include typing, shorthand -- support. I DIXIE DARLING
All fathers and mothers
Womans Council lit and 3rd and business English, In- persons I
STARKE, FLA. Tuesday, 7:30 p.o., Mrs W. L. dustrial arts and homemaking interested are asked to meet 16 oz jar
at the scout hall in Starke on II I SANDWICH SPREAD 25C
Andrews, presidentChurch education will be a part of the
Wednesday July 6, at 8 p. m. for
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor program if enough persons enroll revival of scouting for our boysin -
of God for them.
Bradford County.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town The.business. classes will not Supervisor
Johnson and a of summer
Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng start until after the opening of group ECHO SWEET
school, children will provide a
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- school in the fall. The last class pro
ning Service 7:45 p.m.. Y.P.E. meeting was held on Tuesday, 'gram for your entertainment and'I' 24 oz jar

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and June 28. Most of the communities -!refreshments.. will be served.Summer. MIX PICKLES 2SC

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. 'were represented but not a 1VisitorsBradford a
Lawtey sufficient number from anyone : County has attracted

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning to organize a class.The time has many persons to its fertile fields

11 YPE Servo when can longer for employment this summer. Al-
Worship a.m. you DIXIE DARLING
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at meda Jacobs, sister of Beulah
ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. postpone attendance if
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. classes are to be set up through Jacobs Lennon and Elizabeth 12

St. Edward's Church the"tion.State Department o( Edi\.ca- with Standifer pleasure, niece, here are mixing in Starke.work PEANUT BUTTER oz far 3SC

Baseball Game They will be here all summer and
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m.
Holy day malts, 6:30: a. m. and On Sunday, July 3, at 2 p. m. return to Wildwood, this fall for
8:30 there will be a baseball game n-t completion of their high schoolwork
I' a. m. at JRE. Lee, where: S. T. ..
Childr@ Catechism Class each Thompkins Field starring players DEEP SOUTH APPLE
Wedrtt gday at 3:15 m. from eight different teams from Pinckney be principal this
p. Duval, Putnam and Brad- term. They have visited the sum
:Keystone Heights Clay 24 oz jar
mer at RJE school,
ford counties. The teams are GRAPE JELLY 29C
i (fAt St. William's Chapel) John Sherman. Shut Ins
I Follow Hiway 21 south to St.WiUiam's managed by
t6HAMPTON Persons interested in a grand' We are plea ed to report the -
., -,_ Sunday Mass 8 a, n\, attraction cannot afford to miss I improved physical condition of
seeing the future Jackie Robinson Mary Jenkins Ciradeau who was
;. Holy day massed; ?:3Q a. m le fiitly hospitalized\ at the Ala-I -----.-1I
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Confessions tfore all Masses. Qt America in this gaUl t?
:, hua General in Gainesville, She
# Sunday which should be a. thltl
SEVENTH DAY ler from start tQ finHl!l, fie business I}J9 the aufhtr 9l Professor 0.A. I f WE Pkg. Dixie Darling Weiner Buns with Each: Lb!

HAMPTON, FLA ,: ADVENTIST CHUllCH manager-treae\ire' 9. C. Anderson -J Jenkins of the City. Recentlyalso ..

la tending a cordial invitation hospitalized was Calvin "EAT-RICIi1"' SKINLESS } -. TL 5" -
Services each Sabbath in the (Koot) Lumpkin who suffered a
to the general public to ;;
WILLARD M. JONESEVANGELIST Old :Masonic Hall on E. Can St. see this game. A small admission broken leg while changing a tire II ',, j 4/bCe//oP/cg/ // ; ;

.. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching will be collected at the gate, but, at Hardy Brothers :Motors. According 4 i V H 4 P* _
every week by R. L. Mathews, pas ... ,,
te- there will be no advance gale of: to his wife, Ella Lum ." r." '.. ,
\? : tor. Bible Study each Thursday tickets.:.. kin, he is progressing ,as well as ., >,
7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome Summer Program could be expected considering the .

, -. awaits everyone, There are many beautiful, lovely very serious damage to his leg. ......., ,
June 26 Thru July 3rd EVERGREEN. desirable and safe lakes in All friends are asked to Visit SWIFT'S Premium Fruited Baked ;:'au _. :._
these and send them "
Bradford County and Camp persons a
BAPTIST CHURCH Blanding has offered a lake for token of "cheer." We wish for; 5 to B Ibavg \ Lb

jf GOSPEL PREACHING .ir:-' Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach swimming Instructions. I these and others that may be PICNICS 49C
,, ing 11 i
a. m. Training Union 6:30 Swimming Is a feature of the "shut in" a very speedy recovery.
p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer Church
; summer program at RJE. and News
CONGREGATIONAL SINGING Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Lawtey Training school and so Mt. Moriah Methodist ChurcRev. h;

I Rev. J. E Lingerfelt, pastor. far more than a dozen persons D. W. Demps, pastor visited SOUTHERN STAR ?_ ,,

".& 'if'8:00P.l1.. 9:00: P.M. NIGHTLY show promise as to swimming.I the Methodist church of Waldoon
Hampton Christian Church The program will close on July! Thursday June 23. The choir '
Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. 29. of the Mt. Moriah Church accompanied 6 3-4/6 Net ].;Tl> $1.99

Preaching 11 a. m., Evening-. Other features will include hob I the District Superintendent CANNED HAMS

1 Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach- by-crafts, music education indoor Rev. Damon Dell who delivered

: ing 8 p.: m. Wednesday Bible... and outdoor games, storytelling the message in the absence of
This Week-end Or Any Other Time I Study Hour 8 p. m, Willard M,I and library activities. All I the pastor due to illness of his I

I I Jones Pastor wife. in an effort to spark the SMALL MEATY ,. '.. (We Sell Small Pig Ribs Only) i
"' WOODL.lUSSIOYARY annual! conference assessments ,. _
Have Your Church t' .,..,, .; .: PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS BAPTIST CIIUBCII ] the group gave a generous collec Pound ITFCj .

Or Family CHURCH 10 a.m. Sunday School, ll tuni. I tion. All the, members from the SPARE RIBS iji: ::
i iII
Sunday School 10 am. preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: : prayer :I church at Starke stated that the I

Morning Service 11 a.m. service, 7 o'clock song services, services were successful religiously
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. 7:30 evening services. and financially. .
PICNIC r / / Prayer Meetings Wednesaa,* Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church,

night 7:45: p.m. Satt.rday night CHURCH OF JESUS.CHRIST Rev. John Groovef, pastor ha.j a JUMBO: SUNKIST 'U. :.a; Mountain Grown Fancy Pole .r ?* !

LATTER DAY SAINTS very successful Men's Day on 1 last

ATSTRICKLAND'S..... .. brook YOU'LL purse-size LOVE fountain the new pens Ester-In I II Services each Sunday in old Sunday. Most of the captains

I pastel County shades Telegraph.Only $2.58 at Bradford .I Masonic day Service School 6:30 Hall: 10 p.on m.a.E.Everyone m.Call Sacrament SL Sun-wel :I of made Edward was,very delivered fine Waters reports.by College.Dean the Mdl'sS Dean message I-=_ L E M 0 N S BEANS ; i

I Landing NOTICE TO APPEAR come. Morse Is a member of Phi Beta.
I. Circuit Court. t ? i
Bradford Court :
Floridat !. ChanceryAngela ; I Kappa and a charter member of I I

ON BEAUTIFUL Ralph Fattorusso Fattornsso.Defendant.Case Plaintiff. vs. FAITH BAPTIST CHTRCHLAWTEY. I Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. He 2 "Lbs 29C Fresh Green < .; I
KINGSLEY LAKE Xo. 10-1034 FLA. has been a religious and civic L _
ftntlr T. Ap.tri leader for than 40
To: Ralph Fattorusso, I Sunday Scnooi 10 a. m. Preaching more years. IhIBB'g
Swimming dence and address Is: 75 whose Stewart resi 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek On Sunday July 3, services will .. I CABBAGE! 5 I I

Street You Brooklyn are hereby New notified York. that a service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. be held all day with the pastor '_
Bowling suit fnr A. E. Massey, pastor. in charge. Sunday School at 10a. I -

bas Divorce been filed aatnst yon rn the m. with Supt. Homer Williamsin Morton's Apple, Peach, dwrryPIES -, -. -, _. I ;
Boating above named Court and cause and IIEILBRONNBAPTIST charge, love, feast at 11 a. m. -
YOU are required to serve a copy of CHURCH Holy communion at 7:30: p. m.

SandwichesLARGE your eomolalnt an wer no nr pleading the PlalatltTs to the Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach i All members and friends are asked 4 pkgs 99C FROZEN i iL

Attorney William D. Morgan, to be present. The choir is pis f- .
M7 Clark BuIlding Jacksonville. ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30
chasing a new Lester Piano roil
Preaching 7:30
p.m. Prayer
and file the original In the office of pjn. the Reynolds :Music Company of
the Clerk nt the Meeting Wednesday 7:30 .
Circuit Court or p.m. -
Jacksonville. All LEMONADEcans
A Respectable Place or h.fnr. th. REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. members of the i
25 day of July, 1955; church are asked to pay $5 for
bby's Frozen
otherwise the Orange
allegations of cal
two months in order to liquidate,
for Complaint
will to@
Respectable People taken as rout eec.! BROOKER
:d by this indebtedness.
you !

once This 3h notice week shall for fnnr be rnnoecntiv puMIshen BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Completes Training JUICE 0 Cans
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 696-J weeks In the Bndford Connty Tel. C. B. Stallings, Pastor Levi J. Williams, 18, son of 99C 1 0 99C i

tr..1'I"Dated this !J day of June 1933. Sunday School 10 a.m., :Morning the Henry Williams', is completing
Starke. Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dare Worshhip 11 ajn. BTU 6:30 p.m., Air Force basic training at ,

., .... _. By Marian Clerk L Crosby.of the 'Ircult Deputy Court Clerk Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Lakeland Air Force Base in San tlwi ; :
= "" 'I"I''' :-: "" c 'n.;;= =" ,, -..=-- i 6'24 4t i.-n'Meeting Wednesday: p.m. Antonio. Texas. ii i


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FRIDAY, JrLY 1, 1953

I one hour to pick party up that I good care of him financially. Arrange -- .

Mercy Verdict Of Union Jury Saves Rainmakers Plan II will give plenty of time for guy I rendezous for me to meet ;'

that gets off to get to building :him after I get out. j Sell It Rent It Trade

I I enter, put guns, etc., in lard drum I My rendezvous with you will be i t

Heroux From Chair For Godwin DeathContinued and come back out the same way the month after I get out, on the i

Includes BradfordBradford I he entered; again: if there is pack- last day of the month, or Iill I 1YITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

One condition. He lived 35 minutes ages in cold storage hall addessedto send somebody to see you in N. Y. .

( from Page ) after being brought to the hos- Women's Ward, Hospital and It really hurt me when you I Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

which he had received from a pital.Dr.. this week became one of 20 North Florida counties Kitchen and a lard drum among ,didn't come this week. I miss you ZO WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION:: .

prisoner at Raiford. The prisoner Tommy Ritch, who was totaling nine million acres included in the artificial rain-I packages, put guns in that drum.If very much All my love. I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD We
apparently was not Heroux. called from Starke, said he. found making area. there is no lard drum in Hall, W. R. Hayes, 7303 40th St., nl"f'Or
Both of the Staff have pleaded Godwin already dead when he ar The pact was signed in Lake City Tuesday with the Water I 1 check Ice Box No. 6. rm not sure ,,Tampa Phone 9S3133 OR MORE IFRTIO"

aiding if it is No. 6 so if don't P. S. Make sure to "GreasY''j :ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS >
guilty_to the charge of rived. He said either of the.two Resources Development Corp. which has been operating 45 you see OT PAID IV ADVANCE

and abetting the escape of a pri wounds, one in the shoulder and silver iodide any in No. 6 check the others till both visiting days in two weeks-I I OR SALE-Ford Skidder. Pee r
in the for
soner. They are to be sentenced the other in the stomach, could generators area two week to demon- you get the right door. The drumsin !The best nights to get into Cold R. Whitehead Lawtey. Jtchg 7 1
strate the
later. have caused death.It .effectiveness, of rainmaking. the ice box will not be addressed Storage Building is on Tuesdays L L'ZIEIrS '!
--- Individualized Cosmeu.
After considerable legal maneuvering was at this point in the testimony -i I Tne counues turned over !H'.I but pick the one nearest door ,|.and Thursday. i are now available in Bradford s w

state's attorney Duncan: that state's attorney Dun-'500 for a year's rainmaking ,County Farm BureauTo or the one you think they will take County.Hillendahl.Call 434-Y.: Mary Lou ; r I;_, "I//I Iipp
for complementary -
letter which the state's case. ;!ies. Included also were two South I out first. I
Introduced a lengthy can rested Singing Convention n'n -ultatilln. lip 7 SOnly

detailed a daring escape plan The defense attorney made an Georgia counties. Talk RainmakingThe Tools Needed .- I

contrived by Heroux. The letter |unsuccessful attempt to get a I The contract was signed by JohnC. Tools you need: flashlight; i' The Bradford-Union Singing One Week Left I t _-

was sent to Mrs. Staffa and later directed verdict, on the groundsthe Camp of Jasper, president of Bradford County Farm screwdriver; knife; and somethingto Convention will meet Sunday, BIG TIRE i

\ seized by officers, who found it prosecution had failed to 'the non-profit Citizens Water Conservation Bureau meets in the Courthouse scoop out lard as it will be hard I July 3, at 2:30 p. m. at the SALE Evinrude Motors

only after ripping open the liningof [prove premeditation. He also Assn. Representing at 8 p.m. today (Friday) from cold; gloves; and bag to put 'er Baptist Church. BrJOk-1 SEYMOUR'S 66 Parts

her suitcase. charged the state had failed to'''Bradford at Lake City was Z. W. to discuss artificial rainmak pieces of glass if you have to break terested in gospel singing Service

The letter revealed Heroux's prove the murder was the out- Hamilton of Brooker, chairman of ing. window and also to put extra lard. vited. SERVICE STATION I

plan of using guns to escape from come of a robbery of the guards';'the newly formal Bradford County President J.R. Kelly said the There are no alarms, nobody can I I TOUXD LADY

the prison and utilizing other wallets, another charge made, Weather Committee. met'tingmultl "thoroughly"thrash see you or the light from your 1 I i Circuit NOTICE Court TO Dradlord APPEABi County, or temporary would position like typing permanent and I, Zimmel RunaboutsFRED'S

equipment-including a portable by the state. Judge Patten denied -I i County Agent George Huggins out the Issue. He said flashlight and you can work at' Florida: In Chaneery.iMildred general Write office work. Experienced '
Rt. ,
1 Box
427 Starke.
search 'I several Bureau members had I O'Neal, Plaintiff, vs. Sam- Up I
evade this attempt.
radio to said Bradford had no difficulty in uel Paul O'Neal, Defendant. MARINE
and oil of mustard to throw Tries EscapeIt financing its share of the cost. followed the proposal closelyand I wanted to see you this week- Case No. 10-1038 FOR SALE-Property in City limits,

bloodhounds off the track-to was shortly after, during o"We may not have the 'cash at doubtless would make re I end but I guess you had reasons Notice Samuel To Appear Paul (O'Neal whose residence close Cash or to Terms.new hospital.Mrs. Elam Reasonable.Lewis, CENTER

make a getaway. this dark hour Tuesday for Her-,the moment, but it's well under- ports., for not coming. You can't come and address is: Unknown.You Rt. 1. Pox 17. Starke. Fla. 2tp 7/1

Godwin Knew oux, that the prisoner sought to written," he said.Cattlemen. now till April 2 or 3. Quit forDivorce are hereby notified that a FOR SALE-Plywood boat and Temple & Pratt StarkeFOR

Testimony showed rather plainly escape when hustled from the I Endorse: [lect the necessary amount by the I will try to: have this deliveredto and custody of minor child ducks.trailer W.Also r:. hens. eggs and
Cook Rt. 2, Box 360.
that Godwin-the slain man- courtroom to the nearby jail for The Bradford County Cattle- deadline Monday. you personally. If it is delivered above has been named filed Court against and you causa In and the !tp_7/1 furnished RENT,::3-room window apartment. a!'
knew an escape plan was under-- dinner. I men's Association Friday night Smith pointed out that Bradford personally tell party to come you are required to serve a copy of !Ft'RNISHED HOUSE For Rent electric box, hot water.gas I!ak"n-,
foot. Sheriff Whitehead said Heroux back later that your answer or pleading to the able rent. Would like
so Martin's
,overwhelmingly endorsed artificial County must you can give Fruit Stand. Itchg working
the put up 1,728 to par- i complaint on the Plaintiff's couple or man. Adults 01,1\-
L. L. Wainwright, one of twisted free from one guard but rainmaking. I ticipate in the 21 county program him information for me about what r Attorney Alfred C. Scott, 106 Mrs. Errol Alvarez, 602:! Lafayette
officials wounded in Whitehead mith Building. Jacksonville, Fla. FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished St. .
two prison failed to get away from The association brought forth proposed by the Water Resources you have already, what you planto and file the original in the office apartment Also cottage. ZIP

the April 4 escape attempt, said who was holding his other.'a 12-man Bradford County Weather Development Corp. of Denver get and do and what Ray and of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Excellent, desirable location, close BABY SITTIXG done in
in. \ mhT:1
V. H. Nollman, :
told 201 W. Madison -
he was present when arm. Asked ly Whitehead why he Committee to take charge of Colo. Greasy have to say also for or before the tfchg day or night. Telephone 4KJ2tp
1 day of August, 1955;
Heroux: made the futile attempt, Heroux,financing and to advise the rainmakers But Smith said the landowners [more information you need or- otherwise the allegations of said ; 1
"George you want to know "Well wouldn't run I Complaint will be taken as con GUARANTEED
replied you when the county needs (would have to questions you want answered. Used Mens and Lad-

why you've been put in solitary for ;your life?" Later he told rain. $300, since big pay pulpwood only concerns around Invisible Inks fessed This by notice you. shall be publishedonce BRADFORD COUNTY at ies Dahmers.Watches. $1 down $1 a week tfrhgFOR

confinement, and I'm going to Whitehead "Thanks for the good(I The action followed a forceful I t : Put information. on sheets of[, each week for four consecutive REAL ESTATE
I owning 66,000
I i acres the
tell why. You were not satisfied whatI pay weeks In the Bradford County Tele- SALE Log Cabin house
you meal. I didn't expect it after paper in invisible ink and on reverse on Sacres
speech by Foster Shi Smith, one bulk of the fee. graph. of land on Keystone
when you were in school, you tried to do." of the county's larger landowners I The side copy some innocent Dated this 24 day of June, 19i: -. Rd. 100 the third house acrossRR >-
were not satisfied in the 8 spot, newly-formed Bradford I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby track at City Limits. OV.T
: Heroux's torn shirt and ner- The cattlemen then voted unanimously County Weather Committee will be story out of book or magazine in Clerk of the Circuit Court 300 feet on Rd. 100. Good terr
I -
.. you're not satisfied anywhere. vousness made the escape attempt to on record as favoring the visible ink or pencil. Iill get By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk : lied room boue. acre of land Ben "Sarge" Suslow, Dox tOiL
go group keeping in touch with I 7/1 4t 722XOTICE. 177 reel on L V 5th. nice garden Starke.
know what company you're keep- when them .. ., Itohar
apparent the prisoner rainmaking. rainmakers next weekend.Do l> t. llooxe linn modern eonteniriK'fx -
Ing and I know about your plansto ': was returned to the courtroom. to .Smith's and informing them L not put any more invisible 'JUPPE.R recently redone on innldr, LOST-Light Blue Parakeet Tue--
presentation when Bradford needs more mois- large ro..m.Iud large cool >er- day. C.
escape, and that's why you'rein In Circuit Court Bradford County T. Wade 413 X. Cherry
Whitehead removed all I in
enlitarv.." Sheriff of the issue, Starke appliance ture. Other counties are to form L messages your letters to me but Floridat In Chancery. a.dlt. Sen t. Itp

-------J I ashtrays and other potential weapons dealer Titus Olsen brought a big similar committees. you can in your letters to party Earl Barrier. Plaintiff, Catherine 3 bed room house, modernrontenieurex. PRE-CAST SEPTIC

Heroux ..AngryWainwrigbt I near the prisoner. I laugh when he said who sends or gives you this. He Barrier Defendant. S Mire of rhoieefertile stallation. H. TANKS and In
to Smith, "If Z. W. Hamilton of Brooker waschosen Case No. 10-1059 .. R Hamilton, 324
added, "Then Geo- Defense Santora at1' It doesn't know of land. lluu e recentlybuilt Cherry St or P. O. Box
attorney method and will L Notice To AppearTo tlOS
out "of
you ever get a job, how as chairman of the com and land fenced nit a lIult.abl. Starke.
mad and red in. the face, : Catherine Barrier whose residence 4tp S/S4
rge got the last moment, withdrew the'about for give me your letters to him or uut houses fur poultry and
selling refrigerators mittee. The other Brooker representative I and address is: 37 Brown ,.
and without saying a word to any- defense of temporary insanity and me." is sheets of paper you send or give Street, Lexington, North Carolina. milk cub RUBBER STAMPS made to order;
N. G.
body just walked right out of said he would present no wit- Hayes. to him. I will then bring messageslout You are hereby notified that a 30 acre farm The cattlemen stamps. Bradford
the room." met at the Heil- Lawtey will be represented by suit for block ..on..... KMt bearing; pecan Telegraph. County
nesses. bronn School after a supper served H. Wainwright and Y- R. Fer- Divorce IrrrH <( The April 4 events which led to has been filed against you In the
Godwin and Says Not Premeditated by the Heilbronn Parent-Teacher guson; Starke by W. M. Edwards, Use Code Only above named Court and cause and These are not dl..tre%* MI lew but 2& PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -
the shooting of In his he saidit You can put invisible I are required to serve a copy of STATE RANK KEY-
summing up case, Association. and messagesin you they ran be purrkaxrd at Penn-
( Powell STOXE
Billy ; Hampton by W. HEIGHTS. FLA.,
the wounding of Wainwright andL. your answer or pleading tn the complaint enable prlrcn and with trrnm.Thin MEM
involved your to me only if BER FDIC.
no premeditated mur- I
$80 Collected you
D. Dobbs unfolded somewhatlike I S. Sibley; Graham by Philip Mar- I on the Plaintiff's Attorney I* jour opportunity to getout
der. He said it was a simple at- j About $80 for rainmaking was tineau; New Rver by Floyd Wig- use code. To work code get the Williams & Futch. P. O. Pox n here you can* ha\e elbow '
this: tempted prison escape with Godwin's collected from members the [signet pocket book No. 932 "The and tile the original In the office of room and ha>r a Harden, cow, Only One. Week Left
on gins and Tyler Jones, Heilbronnby chlokrnx and hate a farm income '
Guard H. D. Starling was I 1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -
death as a result. [,spot. A few agreed to pay later. J. B. White and Freddie Water- Long Wait" by Mickey Spillane. or before the 1 day of August, I' BIG TIRE
down the cells" search- '' SALESEYMOUR'S
"shaking ( He said Heroux's attempt was Smith said the to col-( Get the one of which the last print- 1955; otherwise the allegations of
group hoped son. For these and other bargain IB I
for other said Complaint will be taken ai
blades '
ing razor or con-
1 I ing was in Jan. 1953. Use 3
to evade a 25-year prison sentence num confessed by 'real rotate nee or call 66
traband) In the solitary confine- not to murder Godwin. He I bers for each letter mark of punctuation This notice you.snail be published
while Unbelievable Story 01 Intrigue each week for four A. J. THOMAS
ment area inmates were once consecu- SERVICE STATION
said Heroux of or number
was guilty only use only
tive weeks
In the Bradford
County W. B. SEWELL orGUl' ._
the hall. Heroux I
showering down
I second degree murder. pages 50 to 150. Telegraph.

was in cell 13. But state's attorney Duncan Told In Heroux Letter It works this : Pick the Dated this 24 day of June 1955. ANDREWS
"' To Wife way (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A..Darby LBT J. D. ODOM, JR.
"I went there to turn him out, spoke of Godwin's attempts to rehabilitate first letter of your message anywhere Clerk of the Circuit Court H HAL ESTATE BROKERS HANDLE TOm

said Starling, "opened the pad- and in on 50 to 150 and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk CATTLE A\D HOGS
Heroux a burstof I (Continued from Page One) Lard Drums I pages for: 7/1 4t 7/2 325 Tt"wplt"t". Telephone 383 SALES _
lock and unlocked the cell. As I oratory, he pointed at Heroux The Cold Storage part has a long your first number put down the MarLe, Florida Live Ok Each Wednesday
opened the door I saw he had and shouted, "That man had hell things can be done is for you, Ray corridor Tvith huge ice box doorson page number that letter is on Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPE.RI. County Each Friday U I

his left hand in his pocket. C'mon in his soul and hell in his mind!" and Greasy to get together, and each side. Now look for door for your second number put down I Florida In Chancery. !I FOR SALE-Xew S x 8 x 16 Con

out, George,' I said to him 'I want Grudge Killing? get all the needed things first and I marked No. 6 inside that door the number of the line it is on Johnny Shirley: Stratton C. Stratton.DefendantCase Plaintiff, VI!. crete block 18c. Cement 1.40( FOR SALE

to shake you down.' leave for up here about 2 or 3 days from top to bottom. For the third No. 10-1062 per bag. Mortar Mix J1.25 per'
He said it was a grudge kill- he should find a number of drums bag. Bradford Engineering Co.
Pulled Gun before my next visiting weekend number count all letters, marks of Notice To Appear phone 94. Starke. tf SLAG ROCK
ing because Godwin had put Her- I[about 3 1-2 feet high and about 20 To: Shirley Stratton. whose resi
"But he.stepped back, pulled a oux in solitary confinement. He and take those 2 or 3 days to look. I,'':inches in diameter. They are black punctuation and numbers separately dence and address is: Unknown. p

and it on me and I and case over the place. The J b from left to You are hereby notified that a Excellent for
gun out: put roared, "The defendant pleadsfor Iwith a white top and contain lard right on the line suit for divorce BILL SOTO Drivewaysand

said, 'No you don't shake me down mercy, but did he show Godwin -,guns and things that go with the land weigh about 350 pounds each. 'till you get to the letter you wantto has been filed against you In the Parkways

this morning. Turn around and guns and also the place the package I put in code. Put be above named Court and cause and SIGN SHOPOne
a period
Wainwright or Dobbs any All inside doors are not locked sole you are required to serve a copy of
start for the door.' mercy?" I II will be dropped by side of will not have to force anything tween each separate number anda your answer or pleading to the complaint $3.00 Per YardIn

Heroux forced guards to open a Assistant state's attorney Williams road. I In addition the lard drums have dash at the end of each word I. E. K.on Ferryman the Plaintiff's Starke.Attorney Florida, Mile South 5 Yard Lets

number of locked doors, ultimately (j also argued Heroux. soughtout Then you come and see me on metal Example: 57.3.17 6731053. 1. and file the original in the officeof On .
a looking hoop with a handle the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Keystone Highway Call
accumulating five guards and Godwin and killed him de Saturday and Sunday to tell me to take it off also they havea 105. 1.2.76. 6. or before the

locking them in a room. Starling U berately.'f hat you are 'going to do and also white string with a metal snap it means "I love you." 1 day of August, 1955; All Types SignsFOR BILLY JACKSON
otherwise the of said
testified Heroux took his'wallet or me to give you any added information type Government Department of [Check it with book according to Complaint will allegations be taken: as confessed Phone 165

from him.Agreeing. he is put to protect society from you may need. Then on Agriculture Seal. your letters it sounds like the invisible t- This by you.notice shall be publishedonce LEASE-Xew, Modern Sinclair

with Starling's version him, he plans and executes one of Monday or Tuesday you deliver Guns etc. messages didn't come out each week for four consecutive Service Station at a very desirable RADIOS REPAIRED
are in
of the escape attempt were the worst crimes I have ever heardin guns and package then leave. put drum good on the two lists-you saidIYou weeks in the Bradford County Tele location on North Temple Ave. in
be AU Make
nearest door or one that looks will graph. City of Starke.ViIi completedby All )Hodel
guards Guy Edwards and Lester i my 45 years of practicinglaw Greasy knows plan of how to deb e taken out wanted the information in I Dated this 28 day of June 1955. Aug. 1st. Phone 124 or 322-J. Reasonable cknrg-e Pm.te'
first '
Prevatt and inmates L. E. Lath- :" liver guns and signals to let us or better still I,writing but I was afraid it (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby: tfchg. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
if they have a number of packagesin Clerk of the Circuit Court. Tea W. CnH lit. *t.rke Pb. S3*
ram and John Ditmar. Leveling a finger at Heroux,j,know they are delivered. I still I I the hall wouldn't come out good in invisible By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk FOR SALE!-Xew three bedroom
L. E. Dugger testified he 'think he wants to do it but for Woman'sWard and didn't 7/1 4t 7/2 home located on Rt. 100, 2 miles POWER MOWERS For R.t and
was he shouted "He's asked for iU"! | may Hospital, and Kitchen and you come so I north Keystone Heights. Plenty Sale. We service what we sell.
with Godwin that morning when Judge Patten in a well modulated -meed you or Ray to supply and there is lard couldn't tell or give it to you, so NOTICE TO APPEAR of lake frontage and extra build- I' Tiny's Service Station, Temple
"someone yelled to Mr. Godwin to I drive car or supply If hedon't a drum among them, I had to do it this la Circuit Court Bradford County, ing lots with commercial value.: Ave. tfchg
t voice, read the. law to the guns. put it in that drum because those way. '" Florida, IB Chancery. Phone 108. Dr. Bollinger. Up
look out, and I saw someone running j jury and explained the limits of want to do it any more, he ., Trust Greasy Marie Artis, Plaintiff, vs. Irvan Ar--
I packages are taken out of ice box I BULL-DOZING
tis. Defendant. FOR RENT-Unfurnished five roomhouse FILL
and knew it Heroux. will at least the details I trust this Case No. 10-1064
was i its authority. The jury retired at I give you at the end of the working and party enough for Notice To Appears lights and water, bath. At
Godwin lilt in i full of and day But 617 E. 10th See Marvin next DIRT -- LAND CLEARINGOyster
_ 3:14: p. m. Tuesday and returned plan Ray will have in messages. you' can trust To: Irvan Artis. whose residenceand St.
\. "Mr. Godwin ran to the lobby i its verdict a little more than an,,to do it. put hall to be taken out the [Greasy fully address Is: Unknown.You door. Itp j
first thing next morning. are hereby notified that a Shell Peat Humus
gate and was pulling it shut when hour later. I'I Climb Fence Write and tell me if you received suit for divorce FOR SALE-Beautiful cleaned build
I I I Break Seal has been filed against in the ing lot 100 x 380 ft. One mile Bldg. Sand- Paving Driveways
shot all four you
Heroux came up and fired a The highest of the letters I sent sinceyou from Rd. 100.
The verdict o* guilty with a,, part building This is you above named Court and cause and town on Apply
through the gate hitting Mr. God- recommendation of mercy means jis the rear. He climbs fence surrounding -'I I I how to open the drum were here last. Only first one you are required to serve a copy of Xewton Thorsland, Rt. I, Box 121.
win." I ,and put guns, etc., in, and reseal I had invisible your answer or pleading to the complaint 3tp 7/15 OVID LEWISW.
that at least seven of the jurymenfelt building and looks for an it it message I got four on the Plaintiff's Attorney:
Invoice auditor Howard B. Heroux should not get the ''open window to get in. I' so won't be noticeable; do not]I|0f yours two had invisible and T. Frank Land rum, Starke, Fla, FOR SALE-Fine lot of Bantam. Madison, St. Starke
and biddies,
hens pullets Cheap.L.
open the metal seal it will and file the original in the office of
,Cleese said he heard two shots chair for his crime. The plan in simple language is':i as came out good. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on U. Jordan Rt. 1, Box 427, PH. S56-W
and then Godwin already wounded !I reak, but cut the white string it lit or before the Starke. Itp
Famltr.lThe this: The building that guns, etc. I!''is I Mr. Godwin doesn't" know -
into the office slammed -t Jury Largely attached to, then take off the any 1 day of August, 1955; W A TED-Craduate Nurse for
'came jury was largely composed are to be put in is near Prison. It j!!metal thing, and I don't think he had otherwise the allegations of said FOR SALE-On very easy terms I, floor duty. 3 to 11 shift. Doctors
the door and went into the looking hoop, then take offcover I I modern three bedroom house, rebuilt
I I i is of red brick Complaint will be taken as confessed Hospital. tfchg '
of farmers. Its foreman was| ; with white roof the of drum. you followed to Jacksonville. I by you. and redecorated. On Ed
adjoining office belonging to audi- and flat. It can be [think he his This wards Loop. See W. H. Nollman
John W. Hampton Jr., a federal easily seen After cover is off will noticea got information from] notice shall be publishedonce Starke. tfchg FOR SALE-Building Lots on Bland.
tor L. R. Dean. with the Soil Conservation -from highway as it has marked on yon person who drove you there. each week for four consecutive I- ing Road. % mile from City Lim-
Cleese said Heroux broke the employe ,lit piece of round paper on top of weeks in the Bradford County for its. $300 to $600 size 100 :x 200.
in big letters on two sides "Cold He is not that Telegraph. RIG STEADY EARXIXGS manor :
Sen-ice. Farmer members included sure you do Mrs. L. M. Clark.
,, lard may Rt. 1, Box 440
take this out woman. Distribute Nationally.Advertised ,
glass in the front door entered carefully, then Dated this 29 day of June 19i 5. :
H. L. Carlton, Donald Draper Storage. It has a "cyclone" type something or what it is, he is just Watkins Products In.. Bessent Rd.. left of Call St.
;dig a hole in lard (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1
large bridge mile.
the outer room and to get enough to tfchg
Herman L. Sapp, Roy Crews.I II fence completely surrounding it trying to give us the impressionthat Clerk of the Circuit Court Starke. No experience or invest
. into Dean's office. The door open- accommodate the package then By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ment needed. Age no barrier.
about 9 10 feet he FOR SALE BY OWNER-over 5
or but barbed knows
Isaiah Todd G. W. Parrish. Other i I high no everything to scare 7/1 4t 7/2J- Easy to establish year 'round business
ed and Godwin came out Heroux cover package with lard and .: full or part time. Write C.R. acres of high land 275 front feeton
him members were two merchants,i, wire. There are no dogs or ,smooth off. [us but make sure to shake tail Ruble, Dept. 7-1 The J. 11;.. Hiway 301 by 1,333 feet deep,
fired and Godwin lunged for
Roger Tanner and J. W. O'Steen. watchmen and only the front part I just in case. V/ C. T. U. Watkins Co., Memphis 2, Tenn. about 3 mileS south of Starke.
but collapsed. I i You will have some Itp My sign on property.-Ben Sus-
I which faces the Prison is lit at I lard left over
electrician Thomas L. Dukes, timber up : Sure Cinch low, Box 1003 Starke. Stchar
"Heroux said to me, 'Come 1 but put it in bag with pieces of "THE MORE A MAX DRINKS
business operator Roy Elixson, night. I Keep up the good work with WANTED TO RENT-Two or three
here,' and he grabbed me around I glass and take it out TO FORGET THE MORE HE bedroom unfurnished house
with by
The idea
to drive you
and county health officer E. A.,II by at night all this help it's 100
a cent
neck stuck the in per party. Reply to Tele Want To Sell
the gun my anytime after .now put the piece of paper back HAS TO FORGET. ?
I :
Grantham. midnight and near sure cinch that I will make it ok. graph. Itp
side, and said 'Come on. I I! |on *op of lard, put cover back (NATIONAL VOICE.)
bridge on highway (it is a
long, Thank
The sentence of life imprisonment Ray for me. I will take
the out- I FOR SALE 2 Aluminum cool-vent
"He pushed me through put back Li t with Write
doesn't mean much to Her- low white bridge) and drop person hoop on and tie a on'l awnings, $5 each. Bradford County !> us. or Call by
side door and there was a crowd I that is going to enter building and in string you cut and tuck L--i : Telrgraph. tf New Office for details on our
oux, since he already is under _---I
around. When started to I
they out of -
method of
sight so it belling.
combined sentences of 50 I keep going in car as it would be can't be seen I FLORIDA PROPERTY DESIRED-
close in on him, he turned me I years. that string was cut. Make 2 Men's Direct from choice real
Gruen owner
On the prisoners ,suspicious to park. sure the 17 Jewel Self-Winding FREE LISTING AND
average serving
loose. ). 4;drum etate 15,000 up. What have

Warning SoundedB. I life are paroled after serving The person that is let off takes]1'I seal on you it pick as they has are string the with only Watches, a buy at $29.50 only $5 down you Motels to sell Trailer? Business Courts., Homes Apartments ADVERHSLVGStrout

S. Overstreet, the guard who\I eight to ten years.Baseball the package containing the guns,,''ones that come in Prison. Hotels Ranches, Acreage,
sounded the verbal warning to I shells, compass, knife and oil ofj i Subdivisions, etc. Give price, locatftun. RealtyJOIIXIE
Mark DrumI 9 Foot Admiral Electric description. R. Richie
Godwin, testified he shouted TryoutsNo mustard with him plus flashlight, 1928 Fig. St., Kenner, La. II.XSK'Rf.p..

specifically to the assistant superintendent -| Screwdriver[ and gloves for his own forgot to mention something Refrigerator $5.00 down brand new 3tp_7/15. 5 Miles South of Starke on 301

because he believed[ less than 12 professional use and makes his way across that important; after guns are put in FOR SALE -Odds and ends of china,

Heroux was after Godwin. ,baseball contracts resulted from I I field that leads to rear of building. drum it is resealed, take a pencil linen glassware, furniture (some T. 0. Box 307, Starke, Fla.
and on white antiques) kettles. tools rugs.eIothing : ,
"We had heard that there was,the New York Giants' tryouts at:I Remove Window top of drum draw a YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Mrs. F. P. Egan Keystone

a gun in the prison, and we had .Starke recently, according to,I II I If all windows are closed as maybe 'faint pencil line completely around Heights Melrose Highway SEE LASTIXGER AND ENGLISH
AT 21. itch g 317 Broad St. for Carpenter Work
cover this is to let DAHMER'SWINEER
searched for it, and we thought }scouts Herb Thomas and Dal'. the case, that's where the I us know that Roofing and Asbestos Siding. Itp

Heroux had it. He had made Alexander.In screwdriver comes in. He must guns are in this drum and to openit FOR REXT-Unfurnished house cor.Churc.h .
& Madison Sts. Key at PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS and In-
and take --
threats to: Mr. Godwin. And He.ri:i addition, six more boys including I then break pane of glass to open I guns etc., out when -- .-. -- -- __ __n.. _._ p Kitty's Cafe on Temple Ave- itch g stallation. ){. B. Hamilton, 324
oux's father had told Godwin that' DeWayne Elder of Starke :window but not by smashing it. He drum is brought in Prison. Cherry St. or P. O. Box 1108,
FIXE GUERNSEY Cow for sali C. Phone 415-W. Starke. !tp 7/8
Heroux had a gun." |- are to tryout at :Melbourne next I takes screwdriver and put it in L ; Also another check to let us Due to freshen July 1. Chas. Shu- I

Others testifying as to the';spring. 'corner of pane and starts twistingit know that delivery was made, puta ford Lawtey. Itchg FOR SALE-Jersey Milk Cow and

roles they played in subduing; Thomas said the Starke event until he has a little hole dug in I I big: black mark at least four feet ELECTRIC SERVICE yearling Fred Lanier heifer.Rt 2 Will, Box sell 95, Starke.cheap

Heroux were Harry Austin, L. L.';set one of the best records of any 'glass. Then put screwdriver in L long and one foot wide on outside Itp

Wainwright, Louis R. Dean. Mack:\1\tryout camp in years. hole and forces it until the pane I railing of bridge about 100 ft. from Electric Motors LOST-Truck Canopy yellow and

H. Sweat, Lester Dobbs, L. W. Those signing professional baseball ,cracks. Then he digs another lit .end of bridge nearest Prison. REWOUND AND green. between Maxrille and Wal
do. Reward. Lee Gould, 804 V.'.
Pace, H. O. Bates. J contracts were Billy Odum of tie hole in glass on the corner Can See Bridge SERVICEDGeneral 17th St., Jacksonville phone EL-

Dugger testified he found God-,.Daytona Beach with Cleveland ,diagonally across from first one |i We will be able to see mark from 4ftS<
win badly wounded In the lobby Ii,Bill Brice of Tampa with the Chi-:,and cracks it again. Then remove Prison black paint is preferred, : Machine Wark WILL MOW, rake, pull tall weedson

and tried to carry him to the!cago White Sox, John Martinos of i[I every piece of glass in that square I but anything black and large will I RADIO All Work Guaranteed your lot and streets adjoining-

prison hospital. He added. "He Clewiston with the Phillies. Elderof and don't leave any pieces onj L I do it is important that job on I Crosby each cleaning.Lake Cemetery or will clean for $1.50 each I f

was shot in the shoulder and in I Avon Park with }Milwaukee, ground or inside building. By removing drum be neat and that it doesn't I AND i Reasonable Rates week for $5.00 per mo. Roy V. ;

the stomach and was in bad I Clancy of Miami with Baltimore,, ) all the glass it won't be show "inspection is made on Turner ler. Rt. 2, Box 154 Lake Itchg But ,

shape." 'i Brinson of Tampa with Cleveland. noticed that window is broken. :drums but do it neat just to make TELEVISIONSales RED SEAL !

Get A Doctor I Six others have been ; Then he reaches in opens ZENITH 17- !
signed by FOR SALE-Two nice HamshireKilts.
Sweat said he heard Godwin the Giants. They are James,I dow and goes in. He is \\in-I t I sure.Two persons are needed one to Evanston T1814IJ 159.95 Sr rena. i I ELECTRIC & MACHINE Each has good )breeding

say, "Oh God get doe!' Wheeler ,the back part of the drive SHOPF. and is well marked. Eight months
my me a I of Titusville, Winston; building but t car and one to get out and old. ready to breed. $1iO. G. T.
tor." 'and Chester Dugan of Pensacola, j not in the Cold Storage part. The "'enter the building. When Your TXeed3 W. GRAUDON JJu2 inl. Phone 233. Ztcher '1/&

J. II. Moncrief. prison medical 1'Elston Henry of Perry, Hal Turbyf '',Cold Storage section is the low The person that drives car should Service Call 166 and Service I Owner, Manager FOR RENT-4,000 (or less) square

technologist, said Godwin was ill and Harold Lanoux of Jackson [part and where he must go. He drop party off and drive off and 'knssntssssrsss-nsssssstF rssSs errs,SSfl Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 feet of floor .space. All or part

brought to the hospial in critical ville. ''must now look for door leading to ,not park at all and come back to 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke' Florida ,II I Starke, Fla. suitable storage. for Will apartment.remodel office.to suit nr

cold storage. !spot where he dropped party off in I tenant. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Box 6.
-- Starke. Itchg