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 25, 1954
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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I ; : Town On Trial BRADFORD County TELEGWH

Official County Publication Established In 1879

/s Sfarke a good place in which to live? Most of its citizens I VOLUME-SET.N TY-FIFE STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 25 1954 NUMBER FIFTY

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it believe it is N but there is plenty of room for improvement. July Proclaimed i Two Break-Ins Disturb North Starke Businessmen,

, .' ., 'Safe and Careful1

(The fin. 'of a seriea of article La which the ,I In
Sheriff Says Suspect Caught Macclenny Robbery
r ,_? .Telegraph will explore some of the good and bad Month By MayorMayor

r poUts &toot st rke.u revealed la our recent come -

inanity questionnaire la bringing these-,matters J. R.
Wainwright of rant and Central to his
Two break-ins reported Sunday j Drive-In. going use drills Duncan's
to light it Is hoped that' the Information repealed Starke this week proclaimed the night in North Starke broughtto 'I Police Chief W. E. Thornton

might lead to rumination. or correction of the bad, month of July as a safe and care- a head a condition of unchecked i says that the condition is not a safeThe safe had a sturdy inner

,and farther improvement (.he good.. ) e ful month urging that drivers and breaking end entering new one and that breaking and door that would have foiled the

-- pedestrians observe it by exerting ces that appear to be occurren-I enterings are more prevalent in thieves if they were able to break

TllK QUESTION WAS ASKED: ARE TOWNENl1L.NCES extreme vigilance on the streets in Starke and other communities .other communities. He cited an through the outer door.

FREE FROM JUNK, SHACKS, ANDBlUBOARDS lad highways. throughout the state. I i instance of 13 day light breakinsone The primitive attempts to open

:. In July 1953, there were more Hardy Brothers Motors was Sunday in Gainesville recently. Duncan's safe recall a similar

than 12,000 accidents, with 93 broken into for the third time Jacksonville is also having a situation three weeks ago when

THE ANSWERS WERE: 16 YES; :56 NO. filled, and nearly 3,200 persons since it was established less than heavy slate of break-ins. la I safe was stolen from the bus
injured in Florida. Wainwright's
Mayor two years ago, and the StandardOil Mayor J. R. Wainwright said i station.

The importance of first Impressions in our daily .x' x arr action supports the efforts bulk station had its second that no one has complained to Conway said that the safe was

lives can hardly be overestimated. When faced eter' of the Florida Safety Coun- recent break-in. him about a wave of breakrins, apparently opened by beating it

with new situations, the job applicant dresses in cil, American Legion posts, vet- and he believes that they are over a stump. He lost several war
erans organizations, civic clubs bonds
his Sunday beat the salesman polishes up his Enforcement Sheriff P. D. Reddish said about normal or below normal and'other valuable papers
and others, I which
minister chooses his favorite for a community of this size. were in the safe.
smoothest approach, the to make July a month of safe and yesterday (Thursday) that a j Sheriff P. D.
sermon and the farmer places his best straw- sane driving. suspect for the two Starke I The intruders entered Hardy i Reddish had a finger -

berries on top of the crate. Success or failure often t i M s'd Macclenny Tuesday night after dow. They forced break-ins Monday.
depends on first impressions. open a Coke The thieves
Fire breaking into a Western Auto machine and got about $10, broke apparently wore wool
Starke as a community, is in exactly the same Shacks like these along U. S 301 largely nullify efforts by other Department store. into a Lions Club "gum ball" i gloves, and no prints could be

position as an individual Located on U. S. High- property owner to beautify approaches to the city. Such buildingscan Reddish said that ThomasJ. vending machine and took the(found.. A small footprint was discovered -

way 301. one of the busiest in the nation, our town be condemned as a health menace, but it would be much better for Gilmore of Columbus, Ind., pennies, ransacked desk drawers I at the rear of the bulk
has unlimited opportunities for "selling itself" to all concerned if owners would voluntarily remote them. Trains Volunteers admitted to the Macclenny apparently looking for money,'i Sheriff Reddish

homeseekers as well as those who are looking for p robbery but as yet had not |and piled up 21 tires and two: Sunday's said he thought

new business locations. But are we making the Pi.Uroul I- linut.. Photo by the Telegraph confessed to any Starke break- [!quarter inch drills by a side door('(' thieves attempts were made by

most of this opportunity? The pictures at right ;.Starke's volunteer fire depart.rnent ins.The as if they were going to haul I j I,'I Hardy passing and through Starke
1 >r't will receive a 30-hour course Sheriff said that Gilmore them away. Charles Hardy said Duncan believe that
tell the story. f ,the raids
04\ general fire practices by the was rooming at the Biscayne that the thieves must have been: were conducted by rather

The first Impression is made upon these new- Y Florida State Fire College next I :Motor Court when the Starke inside the building for over an:i inexperienced thieves. They pointed -

comers as they reach the outskirts of town. It is week The course will begin Mon- break-ins occurred and that I hour to accomplish all that they,:. tQ the fact that the thieves

then that they ask themselves, "what kind of town day and will be conducted nightly he had visited Hardy Bros. Friday :did. !i apparently had no tools of their

is this?" Too often, their opinion is based solely until Friday. for sonic work on his star E. H. Smith, who lives next iI I own and went to a great deal of
F' I i trouble for
upon what they see as they approach the city ,.xe *:. ]t 4t 4"he volunteers will attend the tion wagon. II I I door said he heard a sharp noise I They small sums of money
suggested that
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school on a no basis. The Ij a man
limits. j as if someone dropped or bumped,,
course will include fire hose handling No loss I on a beat in that area
great occurred
at either
The picture is not altogether bad. The approaches j Ii against something at about 2 a. j would be less noticeable than thecity's
ladder practices, first aid, but j
place, business owners point m. He said that he got turned !:
I up.
along State 100, both east and west, are relativelyfree and other, related subjects.The to these and previous instances as:on a light looked out. but saw!: feel that present the car patrol. They

from eyesores and it would take very little volunteer force is made up a part of a big picture of break- no one. Hardy believes that police are doing a
of the following men: A. L Cros- ins in that neighborhood during I Smith's i good job, but they think that
to make them actually appealing. But it is unfortunate awakening might have they might .
"by Jr. E. Blake Jackson, C. J. the past few months. prevented the theives from mak- assign an extra man

that the worst approach is the one that Schaeffer, J. F. Seimer. O P. Lacy Conway reports that his ing off with the tires and drills. North to guard Starke.the trouble spots in

the vast majority of tourists see first and must Hutto Ray Stone, W. C. Rhoden, service station has been entered
I J. C Barton. J. Austin Bell, Carl Intruders also rifled through I Chief Thornton says that the
2 1 n+i f four times and the bus station '
judge us by. This is U. S. 301 north of town. The all the drawers at K. G. Duncan'sStandard police are presently instructed to
,M. Ritch, and Jack Smith. twice. Two attempts have been
Improvement: there in recent years has been Oil plant. They foundno dismount and try doors and check
Crosby is currently serving as made to enter Smith's Garage.
money and concentrated on his dark alleys. He said he believes
enormous due to the construction of seven or eight the group's president; Jacksonis next door to Hardy Bros., but E. safe. made
They several crude at-
the present method is as effective
But the effect of secretary; Schaeffer, treasurer; H. Smith, who lives on the prem- I
motor courts. good to
handsome tempts open the safe, but did and is safer than the
ra. Seimer, chaplain; and Hutto, Sgt.- ises has awakened to prevent pa-
these is seriously damaged by their being inter- at-arms. them. not succeed. They apparently had I trol used in Starke in the past.
no tools and used one of Duncan's
sperced with tumbled down shacks, junk yards, and The members are selected by Recent break-ins have been I says the police force now
reported wrenches to beat on the safe. has
other eyesores that spring up along a busy highway. The auto graveyard is one of the most prevalent eyesores along the| Starke Volunteer Fire Department I by the El Rancho Restau- I Hardy believes the thieves were ]of, hem seven work full-time at night men., and Two one

busy t" S. highways, and Starke, like many another town, has its from applications- submitted -
The best method of Improving this situation is additional man works shifts to 9
tot the individual property owners themselves d to friends tJiare. are This looking is definitely for. .not ''the type of scenery that our tourist present by complement interested persons.calls for The 10 Call and Walnut Traffic Tie-Up Shows I p.night m. men.or 12 midnight to aid the

maintain properly and improve their holdings. The paid volunteers. The type of occupation -

ever-growing value of property along 301 should a man holds must enable

__ L. make it financially Imperative or the, landownerifSfinwarpropeftyT It is easy to imagine what a wonderful transformation could be him to respond to a fire call when I Need For Another Route Through TownA -

)!Shacks' junk piles. effected at the north entrance on 301 by placing a row of palm trees < and If -necessary. COOL CUT I

and/or along each side of the widened part of Temple Avenue. Visitors from The volunteers act under the
If necessary the County Commissioners I
the North are favorably impressed by tropical atmosphere, and Starke supervision of Fire Chief D. W. new alternate route avoiding in its rear tires as it attempted I
Council should be encouraged to
the City pass for could have the first crack at introducing them to palm trees, as we Carpenter, Assistant Chief C. W. Starke's business district may to make the sharp turn from Walnut -'
zoning laws setting up minimum standards Pickett* and Engineer J. R. Mott. soon put an end to the "sidewalk to Call St. The huge beams,
are the first fair-sized town they reach after crossing the state borderon
these strategic areas. The law permitting County They meet twice a month on the engineering" and tied-up traffic used for moving houses, completely
301. For a while the State Road Department was to
Commissioners to make such zoning restrictions is first and third Tuesdays.The that occured Tuesday afternoon blocked all traffic at the key

relatively new and untested. As it now stands, assist towns in the beautification of highways through the cities, by volunteers were officially when a truck pulling two long intersection.The .

the county can pass certain general zoning regu- providing equipment and! labor for planting purposes. We do not formed last August. They report steel "timbers" was stalled at the "sidewalk engineers" took

lations and can set certain minimum requirementsfor know if the offer still stands, but it would be worth investigating.What excellent cooperation shown by Call and Walnut intersection. their stand on the street corners

better project could there be for some of our numerous all city officials in backing their The truck was halted when one to speculate on how the steel
buildings in specified areas.
civic organizations than the beautification of our highway approaches? organization. of the giant steel beams caught beams could be removed from the
These zoning powers are not to be used hurriedlyor
If too big a job for one organization, it could easily become a joint r intersection. After several initial'

unwisely. They should not be used to "zone out operation, with a little planning and leadership.As maneuvers, the tractor for the '

the poor." But in the case of property along High- to the matter of zoning-both the County Commissioners and beams was ruled out as a scurce'of '
power because of broken'
way 301, the value of the property alone demands the City Council should be informed as to how citizens of the county coupling. a As hot summer sun makes the

the feel about this It is to the citizens, who wish to
that certain standards be adopted to protect problem. up see A wrecker finally did the trick j mercury soar,

established businesses as well as to improve the Starke and Bradford County continue to grow and prosper, to make 'Stuck' after several attempts at making i Those long, winter locks start

appearance of the town. their wishes known. the corner, and the giant beams hitting the floor.

were hauled away towards Jack

Truck While the beams were blocking

I Brooker Farmers Give Close Attention To Tobacco CropR-A-! Newsome '.. I the directed intersection all traffic the over city the police new

... route. The traffic had to craw
j Rites Held FridayFuneral Halts n over the pits and bumps that

Tobacco is King these days mark the route's present condi-

around Broker. After losing services for Raymond 4 I 'ion; but it will soon be a wide. .

money on just about every other ;i Albert Newsome, 65, retired farm- i' Congest ion-free route that will

crop, tobacco is the last hope of i er and longtime resident of Starke, Traffic case most of the large trucks

the season for growers to get were held last Friday afternoonat through town. !
cash and the x "(,fit it G. I. style," Mule
needed ,
badly 2:30 The
some o'clock in the First Bap- new route will begin by

crop is receiving even more care 1.. tist Church. 'ummg south at Court St. atl'orode's Reddish tells Joe.
: Through Then up all around those scissors
than usualScenes : Mr.ewsome died Wednesday garage, it will then turn ,

such as those shown are ''.y .\ night June 16, in the Lake City ?ast on Madison Ave. until it go.

common around the Brooker area k : .1..1 F Veterans Hospital where he had \ ti" tor hauling two long steel "timbers" is reaches Walnut! St. where the!

these days. Top photo shows .:..r-- spent the past three and a half Starke picture alcove "stuck" at the intersection of Call : traffic will once again join High \
overhead irrigation on the Wood- L way 301.
"' years under medical care. and Walnut. One of the steel beams caught the ; '
row Shaw farm operated by M. Mr. The new route will feature wide i I 3y ..cr
tobacco Newsome was born Dec. 21 truck's rear tires as it was making the sharp turn. i
S. Suggs; water placed on rounded corners and prob-
1888 Union
in County and was the !I
Below is the traffic all traffic'on
during this dry season is resulting tie-up as ably no parked cas. ;
on of the late Carter and Laura
proving a great benefit now. HoUmg: worth Newsome. He was the two busy streets was halted temporarily. Hollis Knight county attorney

Middle! photo shows a typical veteran of World War I, a mem- explained the need for the new
gathering scene this one on the I' oei of the American Legion and Mamie Green Edwards !! Legion Baseball i I "S" route. He pointed out that

Doyle Hazen 33-acre tobacco .j' Honorary deacon of the First Died Tuesday Evening : i during tourist season. Temple
sledis Ave. feeds the cars into the Starke
field. The old mule and the Baptist Church. Here Next Week \
still used widely for this job, :Mrs: :Mamie Green Edwards, 69.,1 j business section faster than it
He is survived by his widow, ,
the tractor is used more wife of B. S. Edwards, died at A revised baseball schedule issued -I can clear them. I .
although I .
Marie Edna Howe Newsome
; residence!' near Starke Tuesday : Tuesday wiped out a 3-1 i As Knight put it: "Temple Ave. i'
and more now.Stringing w brothers W. H. Newsome i
tobacco, shownin evening following a lengthy ill-j loss by the Starke team to Ocala)brings them down, and piles them | Nc r
iviHood: and Newsome '
Perry ,
and set all of the teams in this in." The move is to relieve the "
"It won't be
the bottom photo taken of a I Starke; and three sisters, Mrs. ness.Mrs. I,I i long now says i!
Edwards was born in North district on an even footing once; business district of this conges- Joe with pride, !
of *
working at a shed DoyleHaze's Lui .v Fabens I
group is another operation of"P + Scarborough Texas, Carolina on Dec. 9, 1884, the |more. The revised schedule became i tion by taking off some of the As over the top his clippers f
Mrs Ruth and Mrs.
\5 Bedenbaugh daughter of the late Amanda : necessary when Dunnellon trucks that will be enticed by the glide. I
the process of tobacco production.After Alta both of
Gregory Hampton.
the leaves are strung on a r t+r Sewell and Elsie Van Green. ,dropped out of the league. new route's wide curves. II

placed in a tobacco Funeral services were conductedb the has been a resident of this],! Starke's new opening game will Court St. will be widened by I
stick, they are
barn for about four or five t \ Rev. S. E. Sparks. Community for 51 years and was i:be here Tuesday when the local!i eight feet, and the covered por- 1 .

of about Active pallbearers were Freeman :a member of the First Christian I nine meets Gainesville at 8 p. mat tion of Torode's filling station i
in temperatures
200 days degrees for "cooking" I:_ Register. L. A. Canova, F. B. Church of Starke. I the BHS diamond. Starke will will be removed t make room for

Be..id. O A Wiggins. Ewell Lawon. Besides her husband she is sur- ,meet Ocala next Thursday for the rounded corner. Rounded cor-
Irrigation has proved a boon to I and J. T. Lawson. vived by two daughters, :Mrs. El- another key game. ners will also be constructed at I

Doyle Hazen. Howard Wait,tobaccoprodul'ers. Woodrow : Interment was in Crosby Lakepmetery bert H. Smith, and Mrs. Wilma] Starke will then take to the the corner near E. K. Perryman's

Shaw. ,In and the case other of Shaw I, _1 : ? under the direction of Ray, Jacksonville: five sons, C.I I road to play Williston on July 6, home on Madison Ave. and at i
D. (Jack) Edwards. Merrill and ]Gainesville on July 8. and Ocala the Shell Station at Madison and
18.5 of "ColdenHarvest" r' Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. I
who has acres
under i! Eugene Edwards, all of Starke j on July 13. The team will play Walnut.
tobacco growing t e ?1 and Lloyd G. and Lamar Edwards I its last regular season game here
M. S. Suggs, water -
the direction of supplied froma Rotary Directors Jacksonville; one brother July 15 with Williston. : BHS Band Room GetsHospital's
for irrigation is I
M. S. Green, Jacksonville; 16I The District Tournament will
12-irch well 402 feet deep. Met ,
Monday NightA. Phone Calls
grandchildren and one great, be held in Starke from July 19
Power the is supplied,
for pump i through 24. '
by 40 hjo. electric motor. output,, J. Thomas Sr., presidentelect grandchild. I I It Bandmaster G. A. Rimert is
t Funeral services were held in' t
is 720 gallons per minute. Mainsare of the Starke Rotary Club seeking relief from a deluge of

6 inches and laterals 4 inches was host Monday night at a supper the First Christian Church Thurs- I. Elks Plan Contest |calls that he receives daily from i!i
day afternoon at 3 o'clock with I I
Sections of aluminum piping are inch ot water on an acre inji average Yields five years age 1 to contact the j
me i trying
in the Guidon Grill for the new pastor Rev. J. E. Sherwood of- 1 Elk's Lodge BPOE 1802 held persons 1
30 feet long, and are easily con- hour. n cost an estimated were 93; lbs acre In '52 thaverage r 1I
I board of directors for the 1954-55 ficiating. Interment was in the ,their regular meeting on Monday': Starke Maternity HospitalDr.

nected by means of slip joints. i 8500. yield was 1.071 lbs. 'year. I I family plot in Crosby Lake Ceme- ,night at the lodge hall. Plans,I A. J. Barry's phone numberis I 1I I
"We expect a yield of about County Agent George Huggins Funeral I
with DeWitt C. Jones
Thus it may be seen that th: After the meal the went tery made for listed erroneously as 386 in I
group were a baby photo contest -
1,800 Ibs per acre, Suggs said stated that yields from tobacco! I
i Home in charge of arrangements.
"and irrigation is responsible for have been climbing slowly during]1 1I ll.SOO Ibs. yield per acre on the eto;, the office of A. J. Thomas Jr. I I j Active pallbearers were John sponsored by the Elks, with I j ji iI the "yellow" section of the Starke,i 3Iaxle takes quirk look I
a he
better than half of it. We irriga- i I recent years, as a result of better,I I'!irrigated field estimated by Suggs, where committee assignments ands j H. Powell, Gus Wynn, Donald Mc-i the cooperation of the merchants! phone book. His number is actually I tones the hair, as I

ted our field five times." plant selection, closer spacing. the bonus due to irrigation ,a work program for the new year :Rae, J. L. Anderson C. W. Col- ;of Starke. Details of the contest'will 286, with 386 being the numberof And grins as he feels his eool- !

This system is designed to put md mote fertilizer. 1! profitable were discussed. son, and Jack Underhill. be made public shortly. the BHS Band Room. I cut hair. i

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VTTVTfVTTVTVTTTTTTTTTVTV (I spending some time here. Carter of Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Whitehead j jI attend.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mrs. Harold Norman and Mrs. weekend with their parents Mr. !I I announce the birth of a son in :| Mrs. L. H. Futch was 'n Brooker -
LAWTEY Richard Carter accompanied by and Mrs. Ed Carter. ]:Maternity: Hospital Starke. Sun- ;, Wednesday of last week at-
spent the I day night. Mother and baby are tending a speml-the-dav party
weekend in Alabama, and I daughter, Linda spent Sunday in with her foul sister the homeo
while at
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under by L. II. FutciiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAMitAtit expected home the last of the week. ;;
there visited their husbands who I Orlando with his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W Davs: a nice
the Aet of March 3, 1879. !are attending National Guard en- Mrs. J. W. Shaw. i Rev. George rurgaIO pastored
I the Lawtey and Archer Churches
!campment.Mr. Miss Mitchell of Vir-
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION. Rev. and Mrs. George Waters of and Mrs. Jeff Davis and Phyllis I last year was trarsferred to full FOR
ginia is visiting her sister. Mrs. I I time service at tier Archer Methodist CHILLSi
Citra spent Sunday in Lawtey granddaughter Carol Barnes of :Milo Smith and family.Mr. Church for ie coming

RATED -- BUT NOT REMEDIEDHow where he conducted services at the :Ft. Pierce were weekend guests of and Mrs. Richard Bennett II Rev. D.T... Griffis of Macclennconduced year.>
the L. P. Rafuse aOUETOMAwlLA
family. FIVER
Methodist Church both and children of Daytona spent the church services at the
morningand Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Davis : :2J
i and
does Starke rate as a community? How does the town stand in the eyes of the He will daughter of Mexico weekend with relatives in Lawtey. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Griffis
evening. also ha'echarge City spent
and last ;
people who should know its own citizens? What are its strengths and what are its 'from Friday to Sunday with rela- Lonnie Prescott son I Sunday afternoon with a good '
of the service again next Vaughn, and sisters., Mrs. Hattie attendance. He expects to hold
weaknesses? I Sunday.Mr. tives in Lawtey. Darley and :Miss Sinia Prescott another service there on Sunday. madewithlt'
These are some of the questions that th e Telegraph asked and had answered in a and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Jr. :spent last weekend with relativesin ,July 4. at four o'clock in the aftei-1 I 666
recent survey. The results, published last v eek, let us see ourselves not as others and Prevatt and son of Savannah, Ga. spent : Daytona. noon and the public is invited to QUININETHIS '
daughter, Gail, I
visited his I the
with relatives here
gee us but as we actually see ourselves and that is far more important.We .
mother Mrs. Lizzie
believe that in most instances the results of the questionnaire hit the nail on the Prevatt, in and at Hastings. |

head. Those who answered it pulled no punches and they evidently tried to view things as Jacksonville last week. Friday evening of .her Mrs.son L. Pvt.H. Hmote Leroy of Hinote Miami, and and :j jwife i I NEW 1954 G-E REFRIGERATOR

they are and not as they look through rose-colored glasses. That's as it should be, for thatis Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hicks and visited the O. J. Phillips'family '

the only way we will ever get our shortcomings corrected. daughter, Helen Have recently re- one everting last week. GIVES YOU. #
When the first request for answers was made, the Telegraph said that if seventy-five turned from vacationing with Private Hinote was on his way to

, per cent of the questions were answered in the affirmative, we would consider Starke a relatives in Illinois and Tennessee.The Miami to visit his family and the

town that we could brag about. As it turned out the "yes" point totaled only seventyper highlight of this trip was a group visit stopped "by for his motherto I iT1S1'Rft1h
his sister here.
cent, indicating that there is definite room for improvement although we will hedge a family reunion celebrating Mr.: Mrs. Jesse Smith has returned j .

bit and say we still think we have a town to be proud of. .. .. Hicks' birthday at the home of a to her home here after spending !I '
An analysis of the answers received indicates that In son in Chicago. T, make the day some time with her parents I i -

many respects Starke is up to or above par when comparedwith complete the family attended Baldwin because of in'I'I l i
Welcome/ Mr. Vet other towns of its size. The overwhelming votes graduation exerts: at the High Sympathy is extended to :Mrs.

left no doubt that Starke citizens believe we have a livewire School in the evening for Mr. Smith in the loss of her mother I
Not so long ago our animal Hicks to hu grandson, Calvin who passed away last week.
Chamber of Commerce manager a good library, a topnotch see 1
population In the county, was Miss Quinell Smith is spendingthe I P 4
Scout troop excellent accommodations at least one Hicks receive his diploma. Master y
practically without the benefits I Boy summer with her sister, Mrs t
of modern veterinarian medicine. superior restaurant well lighted streets, good water, an at- Jimmy Hicks another grandson, .G. L. Kersey in Starke. '

Their various aches and pains I tractive tax rate. and an active PTA. The Telegraph was returned home with them to spendthe D. B. Harley, Winton Parrish, i j

were tended by well-meaning, but pleased that 66 out of 75 voters classified the paper as a summer vacation in Florida. and Donald Bennett were among I i 1
often unskillful owners, because I constant booster of civic improvements. Another asset is Glenn Crews of Miami! accom- those listed as patients in St.
"vet" from another to worth- panied by a friend spent the Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville, the
getting:; a the fact that civic groups are willing cooperate on
expensive,] weekend with his parents Mr. and first of the week. At this writing ,
involved. I Mrs. C. R. Crews.C. all are reported as improving. '
due to the mileage j Quite a few other things didn't stack up so well. It C. Oolley and mother Mrs. Recent guests of Mrs. D. B. i
Now with R. S. (Bob) Mullins.j! was almost unanimously agreed that most high school Harley include Mr. and Mrs. W. B. !
W. A. Colley, of Starke were visit-
I>VM, located here in Starke our I' find thus causing Starketo Rieves and Mrs. Allen Davis of I
I students leave town to employment, .
have at their beck ing in Lawtey Sunday evening.Mrs.
animal friends ;
Honeygrove. Tex., Miss Ann Butlerof I : ,
Other shortcomings
and call veterinarian all of their I| lose its greatest potential growth. Cullen A. McSwain spent Austin Tex., M. E. Hinneg of b
own. All they have to do is bark pointed out by the questionnaire were the fact that some the weekend with her mother Mrs. Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I I .
mows moo grunt, or bray laud I entrances to town are unsightly ; there's a deficiency of Roden and her sons, Donnie and Edwards and family of Daytona.
Trough to convince their owners I doctors and hospitals; it isn't easy to get a loan for a busi- Ronnie in Ft. Pierce. Mrs. Ruth Nelson Blocker and small son, I

that: they need help, and a call ness venture; schools are overcrowded ; street paving is not Jones and granddaughter Jackie Michael of Jacksonville came to
to Dr. Mullins will bring him fiy- keeping pace with city growth, and neither are sewers and Jones visit.returned home with her fora I Lawtey Saturday to pick up Nel- I
son: Jr. who had spent the week
In? sidewalks.On .
all the Mrs. A. H. Harley. Mrs. P. L. with his grandmother, Mrs. A. H. \\:1'EPr!!
to interpret evenly
Vnahle makeve I some of the questions opinion was pretty Dinkins Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. Harley.Mr. .

sounds our dumb ouch friends for this I divided. Half of those replying considered that local storesare Mrs. Miner and Mrs. Whelan attended and Mrs. Jesse Starling of I
can't really
that the animal well stocked with attractive merchandise and the other and participated in. the Bartow visited their daughter. Mrs. :
bud we believe collective "hoo! )" ;I half didn't. The same split was in evidence over the ques- flower show in Starke Saturday of H. C. Wainwright, and family the
v'+ill let out a For some time now. I tion of whether or not local speeders pay the same fines as last week. We hear they broughta first of the week.L. .
at this news. number of ribbons home with .
been subjected to a lot I those from out of town; whether the business section is H. Futch attended a Con-
IVy have remedies (with tur-j i modern in appearance ; and whether public toilet facilitiesare them. ference in the First Methodist
. of homemade Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennett and I Church in Gainesville Tuesday
pentane often the chief ingredi-i I adequate.Now son. Richard returned to their I afternoon. :
rat), or such practices as making) that the questionnaire has shown us, in no uncertain -I home in Daytona this week after Misses Sadie and Chnstobel \\i1 : 1 4 Oi1
a cud for a sick cow out of mOSS I terms, "what ails us", its up to us to follow through.

or anything else handy, and Dr.we( and raise that percentage of yes answers at least to the 751 j -- .- Ibwelrw

imagine they will welcome per cent that marks a town of superior rating. j fie> t .

Mullins. medicine -I It should be pointed out of course that we are already ':, : From where I sit ... fy Joe Marsh I ?

The science of veterinary stridesin well on the way to correcting some of the scores listed above. I
has made enormous I ''r ;
rN'rotrars.. Dr. Mullins tells I Icaw For instance a school construction program will begin in a s I ;;

that practically all the "won, matter of months ; the city is now readying its street paving !

der drug," which have saved sot I and sewer extension program; two residential developmentsare INo Sale!
many human lives, are effectiveon under way at long last ; and the start of a county hospitalis ; pNiiLe1Jr

our animal friends. moving closer. I

A drug numbutal. injected into However, enough remains on the debit side to keep many | Right in front of Granny White's geous figure! I guess I just like : NEW G-l SPACEMAXEI U.
the animal, puts it to sleep so hands and minds busy for many months. In a series of i beautiful old house on Maple people," she said. I 1M / FJMCfXA.ro GIVES YOU

that surgery can be performed on articles the Telegraph using the valuable information in I I'II Avenue there's a brand-new sign: From where I sit Granny can be i J GREATER STORAGE SPACE,

large animal without! risk to this questionnaire will turn its attention to some of the "Antiques.Inquire Within.1'Now excused for her little ruse. She I woos tu>'t. .J

those present, and without exciting -'II good things, as well as the bad, about Starke as revealed in -don't get excited. Granny may be in her eighties, bat her :

Humans and unduly have hurting always the loved beast.to, the questionnaire. We hope that these articles will serve explained it all the other night mind is 'ogng-and open. She's I *; FEATURES GALORE !

brag about their operations. Now, to focus attention on the things that need improving, as wellas -after we settled down in her the kind of person who's made this

with the advent of a veterinarianIn to give credit where credit is due. Civic groups and individuals parlor, me with my temperate town so wonderful Granny not Full-width across the top freezer
our county, our friends the who are looking for worthwhile projects in which beer, Granny with her tea. only likes people-but she respects -

animals may also have a lot more I I to channel their energies will do well to study this seriesof I asked her if she was really them and their preferences Built-in handy door shelves

to talk about A heifer with her articles and use the information gained as a starting going in the antique business.and opinions. Come to think of it, G. J. McGRIFF
"li1 iTl and "respecting" Three full-width aluminum
"Ohno"says Granny wouldn't < ; mean rust-proof
calf attended Dr. Mulling -
first by point from which to build a better town. '.
i sell anything. I put that sign : e same thing,don't they? shelves and half shelf
will really have a lot more up Call & Walnut Sts. Starke Fla. a
to tell about, than If a hired man so folks would come in and talk- 17
and a tractor delivered the calf.! You Can't Fool The TV Screen and look around. If they insist OB 8 i PLENTY FREEZER SUPPLIES Full-width extra deep chiller tray

Anyhow, welcome to Dr. Mul-l a price, I tell them some outra
Adjustable Temperature Control I
HIH and lots of luck and success I ..
Termination of the famous
I Army-McCarthy hearings
to- -him.- on behalf of all of us in I Copyright 7954! United Slates Brewer Foundation J I
the county, man and beast.Who's hasn't settled a great deal as far as the actual (legal) issuesin t
the case are concerned. but the indirect results may be -

far-reaching and significant.As tt t
far as the formal charges and counter-charges are tJ t

concerned the atmosphere is just clouded it
Residents and business" men In as now as was
the north section of town feel at the beginning of the tortuous 36-day wrangle. Althoughour J

they are getting a little too pop- sympathies were with the Army throughout there could

ular with the brotherhood whose be little doubt that the Pentagon bungled badly in its handlingof (

thief occupation is breaking and the Shine matter from the very beginning. Its worst

entering. They are quite vocal in mistake perhaps was in not telling Senator McCarthy and
their belief that some better method i I his child prodigy counsel, Roy Cohn to go jump in the lake

of patrolling the area might at the very beginning of the disgraceful affair.

help to break up this dangerousand I Likewise in the great issue that was the crux of the 1
costly nui!>&nre.
entire proceeding, although not "down on paper" the division -
The police Kay however, thatthl'y're
"doing the bt>t.t we can".I of power between the executive and legislative

They point to the troubles of i branches of Government no clarification was reached.

Jacksonville, and other towns as I In open defiance of the traditional division of powers

Indicating that Starke is: not Senator McCarthy repeatedly invited employees in executive

stunt in being besieged with night 'I departments to act as his personal spies within those

prowlers.AVho's" I areas. In spite of the fact that the President issued a new

right in These contentions -i order specifically forbidding such disclosures McCarthy repeated -
we aren't prepared to say! his shameful boast that "no power on earth" could
the basis of information now
I stop him from receiving such information if he so desired.
at hand. As usual when such a
And there the matter stands.
difference of opinion develops a d
meeting of the mind:', at which I Thus on the two obvious i issues who pressured who t

the problem could be discussed by concerning Pvt. Shine, and the division of power in Govern-

property owners with police officials ment nothing is settled so far. Perhaps the committee's

might result in some constructive official report will interpret the results of the investigationand

suggestions. clarify the atmosphere somewhat for a bewildered public. Get more ear for your money

In the meanwhile lots of us will be inclined to agree with I'
NOTE OF HOPE: The pricesIn
the new Sears-Roebuck catalog,I j I, Senator Potter that both sides were at fault in the futile more money for your 'nr '

now being distributed, are said fiasco.In
to he the lowest since 1950. Pricesin one area however, the hearings might have had some
the new book average around tangible results. Any way you figure value, ; is the headandshoulder -

two and a half per cent lower I Television is all revealing. It can tear the mask from standout.

than hut spring's edition, and| the face of a demagogue and reveal him in all his tawdriness Only at the top of the price can vou matchPontiac's

three and a half per cent lower| in the space of minutes. In 36 long days it gave the American size, luxury and Lio car performance.Yet .

than the 195S book., If it's true the I public a chance to observe McCarthy in action and we it is priced vtithin a whisper of the lowest! sThat's
that "as Sears goes so goes
predict that people who saw the spectacle will not soon for- '
country", maybe there Is a glimmer the big advantage you start with-more pr "a F
I get it We are positive they wouldn't if they could '/ f
the Inflated horiBELOVED less And here's '
of hope on car for monf- another reason vhy, ,, .
project themselves into the witness chair and imagine themselves -
7.on. I deal for deal can't beat Pontiac. You less
you pay
being the victim of the chicanery employed so effectively -
DAD by the junior senator from Wisconsin. in the long run because you are always trading

(For Father's Day, June 20) Heretofore many Americans had been inclined to brush I America's favorite used car. 1 "

off the criticism of McCarthy "methods". The end justifiedthe But let Pontiac and our generous deal do the
returns the happy day
Again With dedications due I means they said. No "methods" could be too strong. talking. Come in for a showdown ride and a top-

Your kind loving venerable way But under the glaring light of television, the McCarthy dollar appraisal. ,

From all of us to you. "methods" emerged in their true colors a souped-up

photograph and phony letter diversionary manuevers and 00U.4 FOB NUt YOU C.U-9r MEAT .t _
Down the lane of life you rove.Waydown irrelevant counterattacks the readiness to impugn mo- I aM 1
travel stained.You''e .
tives and twist facts the reckless repetition of charges (
shared with all your
generous love unproved or already disproved the flagrant trickery of I JrPONTIACI

Our eternal blessings gained.! getting in a speech under guise of a "point of order" the
rude. insistent interruptions and the refusal to :yield, even
So. Father on this latest year to the rapping of the chairman's gavel. If any one had set II I

We know you've done your out to stage a show deliberately designed to sicken the

part. stomachs of all fair-minded Americans he could not have
We wish you love and lots of
cheer been more successful than was the bully boy from Wisconsin.If Simpson Urquhart Pontiac

Straight from our loving and we believe it has the television camera -

hearts. opened the eyes of millions of Americans to the true mean- i

ing of McCarthyism. who will that the I
Joseph KerriganRt. say hearings have
1, Starke been inain?

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fTTTTfTfTTTYTTfTTTfTTTTTljHEILBRONNj! TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT rTTTTTTTTTTVTTfTTTYTTTTT' I attended the funeral at Swift 'I :NOTICE TO APPEAR ''' 1954. otherwise the allegations cf :graph
"Walking My Baby 'I. Cirrait Court Bradford CoB>( .
J y 'I'said Complaint will be taken a oenfes'ed :i lutrd 'hili (lav' rf Jin>. 1.1OFFICIAL
Creek Monday.Mrs. Florida la Chancery.Walter b)' > uu. '
Back Home" Plays I F. Lindsay Plaintiff, vs ', ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
BAYLESS H1WAY\ STATE FARMMiss ] L. L. Wainwright and two Letitia L. Lindsay Defendant.Case i This notlro; ::'a.ii be publishedonce i i Clerk of the Circuit Court
I At Park Theatre !' each week for four consecutive.,By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
,j I children accompanied by Mrs. T. Xo. 10-550 weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 6 l<-4t-7 9
By Mrs. Ancel Norman I by Mrs. O. E. Crosby ,iA A .. C. Edwards of Lawtey spent Wednesday >otli-e To Appear. I
j Twelve of I I
i song numbers many I To Letit'.a L. Lirsv.! whose
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA4County them big-scale productions are AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACHURCH I Francis Caldwell returned I in Gainesilleith Mrs. resident and address is515 .o\!h-

featured in "Walking My Baby i Saturday from attending the Con- Carl Edwards. Carl is attending lawn Dme, Norfolk VirginiaYou Why Swelter ?
Agent G. T. and Mrs. Back Home", playing at the Park I NEWS ference for the Senior Council at are hereby notified that a ,_
I National
Huggins were supper guests of Theatre Sunday through Tuesday.The I Rev. Martin filled his regular I Camp O'Leno. Guard Camp in Alabama. suit for divorce "

the T. N Normans Tuesday eve- appointment at Bayless: ,Highway Newcomers are Mr. and Mrs. has been flied against you in tbeabo'e !
stars of this film, Donald and Mrs. Milo Seigler and
ning of last week. O'Connor and Janet Leigh, are I Sunday morning and evening.,children spent the weekend in Sidney Starling and three childrenof you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of
Gerald Norman Two members were added to the your answer or pleading to the com-
and Wayne established musical favorites. New Port Richey with Mrs. Walter Lawtey.The I
plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyJoseph
Sapp were out :with Mr. the stars The church Sunday night by baptism.A i
Huggins Supporting are Morris and Col.! and Mrs. is advan- K. Skipper. :221 Florida
Friday vaccinating hogs. Sportsmen and the Modernaires, large crowd attended the BTU Talbert. Mr. Seigler returned program with houses Title Building, Jacksunville J
cing right along new Florida
Carol Spruce, of Gainesville, is popular vocal groups. I mass meeting at Bayless Friday home Sunday night while Roberta showing their faces on all sidesof and file the original in the officeof
Pine Grove the ban-
spending some time here with rel- The engaging romance between Iner night. won and children will remain until the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
ex-GI bandleader O'Connor and for having the largest number or before the 19 day of July
atives. the latter part of this week.
songbird Leigh is an appealing I present. Refreshments of sandwiches ,___ _I WILL KEEP YOU
Mr and Mrs. Harvey Edwardsand Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and I / .
story on which to hang the bonanza and soft drinks were serv- ) : FOR ONLY
children were visiting in our children of Live Oak spent Fri- r"t1'1)tvtY r\V'1r".r\'V/1i.
of bouncy song and dance num- I ed by the host church. I II e I
community Sunday p. m. day through Sunday with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns bers.Donald's There will be an Associational and Mrs. R. A. Cox. SUMMERS ARE i ft
tribulations in tryingto I Brotherhood meeting at Bayless $179.95
of Tavares, relatives build his Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and
were visiting and win Janet'sheart Bradley
Highway Friday night. It is ladies COOL IH DAYTONA
here this weekend. They were move the story swiftly from night and everyone is invited. children spent Saturday with Mr. I
accompanied home by Clifford the Army to his Park Avenue and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. s

Norman, who will spend a week home, to the onenightstand"road" We had a very large attendanceat Jean Faraci formerly of New BEACH, FlORIDA \,.. ;
Hope Church Tuesday night. rtlMo
with them. through a minstrel show -- Z ,
Jersey and now a resident of Key- .
I r- '
tour into the rehearsal hall We were fortunate enough to "" .
Sgtand Mrs. Royce Johns, of and I stone Heights, was a supper guestof .I a.Ji ...," : '_ ..
finally on the concert stage. bring the attendance banner for -... ....' ., .'
Ft Carmel, Ky., are visiting his I the J. G. Caldwells on Tuesdayof I
Sunday school home with .
Buddy Hatchett adds warmth us. ,
parents, the Lee Johnses. this week. At
I and wryness to the part of Everyone enjoyed the message
Seems as though the J. M. Donald's buffoon pal. brought by Rev. Howard Mott. Mrs. Medford Shealy and chil- 1017 Dry, cool
Rosier family have been in PERSONAL ITEMS dren spent Monday visiting friendsin AS pf perto

their share of heartaches this I baby, of Tampa, were visiting I Sure was glad to see Grannie Lake City.Saturday dovbfeocc.From HtoWrW
week. Mr. Rosier's brother relatives here this weekend 1INCLUDING
and July
Norman and son, Albert and fami- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. / No-draft
Dade City passed away Friday and were accompanied home by Keith ly, at church Sunday. Albert tellsus Attwood of Jacksonville visited I 1 DELICIOUS MEALS e'\
was brought to Sapp cemeteryfor Reddish, Linda Gaskins and San- uiomatgLLvir'
he is now living in Mulberry, the P. S. Crews enroute to Au- EvrcpM Plot AvwfoW/
burial last Sunday p.m. His dra Carmichael.Mr. bumdale.Mr. I
I He is a former resident of Bay- DtpattdriEler
sister was severly burned whena I and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course
less Highway. and Mrs. R. L. Johns of
kerosene can exploded while: children were visiting Rev. and Beach
2 Private Pools Cabanas Private
Tampa are spending two weeks
Also to Mrs. Lanon
she was starting a fire, causing Mrs. Sam Watson at Waycross glad see KVBH CTOI Ml MAHNO UU
them to lose their home and all, Ga., Sunday. Crosby and new baby, Ricky, out. with Mr. and Mrs. George Johns. Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing uanc COOUN*.K6E AtJOLAja. agar ON a eeuaM cpua.noI. .
Mrs. O. C. and Ernestof
Long son
personal possessions. Then, Fri- Mrs. Mildred Lanon is taking summer trainingin .
Sapp was hostessto Pionnedtertainment Fisherman's Paradise.
National Moultrie, Ga., spent the week-
Albama with the
day m., their son. Carl Rosier, her
Sunday School
classat SURE
end with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. TODAY!
of Ocala, suffered severe bruisesof Guard, but he will be home Sun- Fw Iaerv.Yiea s i Irsclwre,
a party Tuesday Long. wife wire Ruth ,0... 'r
*f Slreyer Mfr .r
the face from a fall. morning at Strickland's Landing. day. :
Mrs. Sarah Alvarez was visit- After swimming and games, the Misses Mary Alyce Crosby and Our community was saddenedby := G. J. McGRIFF'

relatives here business the of Willie ,
ing Sunday. youngsters enjoyed a picnic lunch. Kathryn Kelly were passing Knight LRtairalt

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee and The W. M. U. meeting scheduledto visitors in Gainesville last week. Saturday. A life-long resident of ACWGHomI f -ptk$4...;Itl : Call' & Walnut Sts. Starke. Fla.

be held at the home of Mrs. Mrs Dot Bagwell and children, Union County and endeared to a II S Ut..Ii PLENTY FREEZER SUPPLIES

Orine Cowart has been postponedin Mrs. Evelyn Bagwell and chil- the hearts of his fellowworkmenthe axaOn CIiIiIa: t III CIII tsdtttK ItI
order to give a'dren, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
PECIAlUlE chance to attend the every Brotherhood one Hazelwood of Starke were visit- community will really feel DIIICUY ON till "WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS IIACH" .. d lM ItSit _
Meeting (Ladies Night) at Bay- ing Mrs. O. E. Crosby. The children the loss of this dear one. Many DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA I .
wide A* th.. .1.SV.A.M. .* .O.!.t.A 1:'
less Highway Church.I enjoyed romping in the VL rest"en s o <1.V *'arm
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I Their revival meeting will begin open spaces.

I Monday night. July 12. the I :Mrs. R. M. Crosby was visitingher

1! evangelist will be Merle Packham. son-in-law and daughter
Loran and Dot Conner in Miami

THE RIGHT POINT for the over the weekend. Her little grand- F Ir I

/ IiI way you write. Come in and select daughter, Peggy Ann returned
I jour favorite ESTER ROOR with her for an extended visit. Grocet.t

I Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at Mrs. O. E. Crosby and son. .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- Sherman, made a business trip to '

GRAPH. Jacksonville Ardelia Tuesday.Miss Hall. of Jacksonville a.F 4j; neW f r hg

is spending the weeK with
LET US FILE YOUR SAW I'her cousin, Joyce Crosby. I
All the farmers who have tobacco I

I I on our New Foley I are certainly needing a A

i AUTOMATIC SAW FILER rain. Looks like the crops will 0

I burn Mrs up.Otis Crawford and chil-
1 td ERA They'll cut J
dren are spending a few days :
like new when -
with her parents, the C. C. Cros- r'
filed on our
bvs. while Otis is in Guard Camp.
precision ma- !-
/ Helen Crosby and son are also I !
II chine. In a visiting her parents while her i Ike
few minutes OJJgb hotne
hubby. Jimmy is at camp. The I
all flavors J you'll have bovs will return Sunday. I -
saws that cut cleaner, truer,
faster. Bring your saws in Thought for the week: "He ; i.: soda
'hat loves life and sees good days
today-j'ou'll like our speedy I II
HALF' GALLONS et him refrain his tongue from
enice.J > II
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ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, "The conclusion is plain: Time i!

8 Knives, Scissors Etc. and land are running out, and we t
dare not delay for a single unnecessary :. : See the display of "Coke & [!!
All New 4 tf
Equipment reason in safeguardingthe I' t Food" at food stores-loaded I

CALVIN JOHNS productive land which we have
: with suggestions of good
465 N. Water St. left.Dr. H. H. Bennett, Chief t'
Soil Conservation Service. :; 4- things to with delicious
,: ::. --:,. ,', ': _- 1eL serve ,
-- I I. ice-cold Coca-Cola.

I REDDY4I e\\\V/\ I # : .

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FFERECEI \ :: ; ( AflcT .

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:fmIDrmrr Automatic,
dependable Sunshine
a t r l } Service is the BIG .

DIFFERENCE between old 'illWOOll t mla+,unDW.ID
fashioned drudgery and
today's easy electric living. : iJill 2a

a' So, in town or country...for t f f33}

business or pleasure-call

r on Reddy early and For bathing or house cleaning !
.often. He's the biggest -
? dish washing or clothes
bargain in any wondert af
washing- automatic electric
budget! I
y i water heating is on the job
? ; 24 hours a day,rain or shine. e

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/4. :tk (1J! t'11 4'ljlt.a J 1iJ'.s e 'ace S in I I

-5 rl'-. \ II
ets-therethe smiling
A.\ ,
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: {\
dl\ ,
A national how FP&l ,- wiled \\\all
magazine recently reported "" ole
a I
Co. is taking stereo pictures "in the field' and '..,' ,, > You knows di0t 1011 Ibe de- Ii i
using them to help engineers design layouts and "' : 4 l ft Redd imPd0nt' in icuUIIe,

check installations. This novel technique saves time and money means better service for you. > ", # and that so"foamy inf Pleasing people -you serve things they .

.. "_ ".1 will\\ be\end.the op .is go together. That's why so many home-makers are choosing sparkling,
.7 Reddy
4 j.- -- ., the 'o'Oe\\ ice-cold Coca-Cola to accompany good things to eat. The unique flavor of Coke _
ooob' 14 '
'. -
o'O/al..0'\ \0. ." \ESFLORIDA \ gives a wonderful lift to the meal. And you serve it in a jiffy, /

Americus the notion. right in the bottle. Try it-serve Coke tonight. ,

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!I Flower Show's 1st Place Winners Mrs. D. R. Devrick I I. Circuit SOT1CK Coart.TO Bradford APPEAR C....lr.Floridas .

II I Kathryn IB Caaaerrr.Alimony .
Honors Michael : Philip lorio, Plaintiff, > *.

S! \Vith Birthday PartyMrs. I t a 4 _( ,. Sarah K>no. Defendant.Case. :\('. lCY4iflcc
___ ___ >. To .'"p".r:
Denver R .Devrick entertained j Kelly : I T Sarah lorio. wbose re>,dt-;; e
at a delightful birthday I : ano ..iddre5 is 6M5 Amboy A'n.r. ,
I St.:un Island. New York.
party Saturday afternoon for her
You are hereby notified that a
son. Michael, who was celebratinghis I suit for
Gladys Mooty fifth anniversary.The I Given ___ I_ Divorce
35ssrrrr has been filed against you In ha
Phone party was held at the Dev i. ,
above named Court and cause And
rick home on South street where you are required to serve a con/ ",'
=rrrr p.sstress==r=s)
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w early summer flowers were used your answer or pleading! to the
$25 complaint, on the Fiat ittff *
Two Starke Families I PatrickWeldonVows for decorations. A unique birth- Attnrnty William D. Murpan.if .
day cake in the shape of a train I '7 oiark Building, Jaekfon\:: ; .

Visit GrandfatherOn ExchangedIn centered the refreshment table. Florida
and file the original in the office o(
Tampa SaturdayMiss The engine was brown and the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
1 100th BirthdayMr. BPW
cars were pink blue and green By 11r or before the
5 day of July 1954; ;
and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Mary Catherine Weldon, with a little red caboose, all made otherwise the allegations of sad;
with candy and frosting decora- Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson daughter of Mrs. Steve A. Weldon
family, .
tions. The cake was made by Mrs. Pat Lambe president of Starke's BPW awardsKathrn .. by 70*
spent Sunday in Waycross, Ga., and the late Mr. Weldon of Starke This notice shall be published
100th Carl Hunter. Kelly with a $25 check for attaining the I; once each week for four consecutive
where they attended the and Charles M. Patrick, son of I '
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
birthday anniversary cf Mr. Dan- Mrs. Lillian Patrick of Malone, : Blue ribbon winners at the annual zinnia-flower how are: (I to r) i Games were played during the I.I.I highest scholastic average in business educationat i K r tn
I afternoon and the 18 little guests BHS. Dated this 2 day of Junv I 54.OFFICIAL. .
kel's grandfather, T. K. Mroczko- Mrs. Paul Dinkins, Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs. Russell Thomas
and the late M. V. Patrick, were I Mrs. Tim each received a "partypack"favor I ( SEAL) Charles A, Darby
wskL united in marriage Saturday afternoon -I Rogers, Mrs. Da\e Green, Mrs. Wesley '""McRae, Mrs. Tullie Norman, Clerk of the Circuit Court.By .
The celebration was a combined and balloons. I called on the Stricklands Monday motion was defeated, I had only Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
June 12. at 4:30: o'clockat Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. Minnie Marclonny, Mrs. W. W. '
complete with 100 I Hammond; Assisting Mrs. Devrick in servi i afternoon, in the interest of P.T.A. two alternatives either to vote C/l It t'25
birthday party,
the home of Rev. Shuler Peelein and Mrs. Eldon
Sapp. and caring for the guests were work.
candles on the huge cake, a family I ing I for or against the total bill. I
Tampa. Mr. Peele officiated at .
reunion, and "open house", where Sonia Hunter, Angelia Elder, Another correction, please. We felt that the good provisions of

over 100 guests and relatives call- the double ring ceremony. Brooker Home Demonstration ClubVins Phyllis Prevatt, Jean Douglas, were told that Richard Lang had the bill far outweighed the bad so '

wish Mr. The bride wore a street length Vickie Devrick, and Mrs. Carl south to work, but we learned /
ed during the day to Top Honors At Annual Zinnia-Flower ShowThe gone I voted with all of our Florida \
Mroczkowskl congratulations.Mr. white lAce dress, and her shoulder a -- ---_ Hunter. that he visiting his four boys delegation for H. R. 9366.

Mroczkowski also received a length veil was attached to a lace halls of the courthouse Mrs. W. E. Bigham of Brooker (perhaps we should say five), "

note of congratulations from Mr.Eisenhower's cape embossed with seed pearls. looked like a beautiful spring was the general chairman and YYYYYYYYYVYvIYY1'vyvyYyYV namely: Walter, Bill, Earl, and Recent BirthsMr.

secretary, with a note Her corsage was a white orchid. flower garden in full bloom Fridayat her committee consisted of the Charles, all who live in and near

that the president was going to Mrs., Patrick is a graduate of the annual Zinnia-Flower show following club chairmen: Mrs. LONG BRANCHby Tampa, also Tommie, who is and Mrs. R. H. Barbour of

also send him a personal congratu- Bradford High School and Flori- sponsored by. the Home Demon- Wesley McRae, Sunnybrook; Mrs. spending the summer with these I Tallahassee and Kingsley Lake

latory card. Greetings were also da State University Tallahassee.She stration County Council. There Dave Green, Brooker; Mrs. E. J. Mrs. .I, L. Stricklandand I and other relatives. We hope this announce the arrival of their

received from Gov. Talmadge along has recently been an instruc- were big, medium, and baby sized Whelan, Lawtey; Mrs. T. J. Alder- Jimmy LangAAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA I is right this time. I first great grandchild on May 13.

with many telegrams and presents. tor in home economics at the zinnias of brilliant colors wellas Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. B.
as man, Hampton; and Mrs. Louise The baby's name is Sheree I 'S
Thomas Jefferson High School] other kinds of cut flowers and Norman Heilbronn. They were F. Faircloth Sunday were Mr. and Lorayne Merritt, daughter of Mr. II

Jax Woman's Club in Tampa. Mr. Patrick also grad- potted plants including two kindsof assisted by Miss Dorothy Ross, We learned that Winton Parrish, Mrs.Mrs. Ernie Padgett Wilkinson.and Mr. and and Mrs. Raymond Mernlt of ,I
I Buddy We
Meets At TabernacleFrom uated from FSU. orchids loaned for the occasion Home Demonstration Agent. son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacksonville. Grandparents are
glad Nellie is able to be out again.
After their wedding trip Mr. by Mrs. Jessie Young. The grand prize went to the i Lang, was coming home from work Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Merritt, of !
Mrs. Jonell
( Jacksonville Times-Union) and Mrs. Patrick went to Sneads Mrs. J. D. Doyle had a cork Brooker Home DemonstrationClub I late Friday night, when he went to of Westconnet j Jacksonville and Kingsley Lake. I -
was visiting her the Jack J
The end-of-the-season meetingof where they will reside while Mr. screw croton which is seldom seen as it's members won the most I sleep while driving and wrecked Wilkinsons I Mrs. Barbour is remembered hereas

the Englewood Woman's Club Patrick is employed there with a.. in these parts. One comment blue ribbons. Many others won red [!his car. turning it over five times. Sunday. Ethel Sternburg, daughter of

was held June 12 in the patio of large construction firm. On their heard was, "I didn't know there and white ribbons in each class. He suffered a broken shoulder and [ Our community nurse, Miss a pioneer Starke family.Mr. .

the Gospel Tabernacle at Starke.; way to their new home they visit- were so many flowers) survivingthis Judges for the show were Mrs. bruises, but the last we liard he I Horn was here at the Ebenezer and Mrs. Robert A. White-

After the installation of officers, ed here the first of the week with dry weather." R. F. Young, immediate past was recovering nicely. We hope church last Wednesday, "sf1x>ling I head of Lawtey announce the An Auto-Owner automobile
I he will be home with his all of the children who came to b. I
club members and their guests Mrs. Patrick's mother, Mrs. Wel The flower arrangements featured president of the Starke Garden familysoon. shot". birth of a son Robert Allen, on policy renewalis
We are glad we folks in
entered the church to view the don. unique and interesting con- : Club and Mrs. M. F. Hazen, presi- the rural districts I June 21 in the Starke Maternity effective its hoptlon -
[ Last Sunday a week someone can have these
12 x 25 ft oil painting, "The tainers which ranged all the way. dent. health Hospital.
visited the Long Branch advantages, just the same date even though
Feast ot Bekhazzar", owned by from those bought in the storeas Refreshments were served from i i
Presbyterian Women folks.
hurch, after morning services, city After all, we are
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of Hold glass and pottery to those the huge gourd punch bowl by and stole the pump from the people and need care very often (,.\lm OF TIIAXKS i ?premtuflt has not buneetived
Starke. General MeetingThe things about us as gourds, Mrs. Alderman and her committee.Mrs. .
car I church. When the folks returnedfor when we do not get it. Miss Hornis : st thl tDtIPSn

This painting, depicting a scene general meeting of the wheel hub caps and pie pans. And Young gave an interesting evening services the pump was always welcome here at our We wish to express our heartfelt home off;ict by hat
speaking of pie pans and the demonstration when she made two house thanks and appreciation to
as described in the 5th Chapterof Presbyterian Women of the gone, buf the signs of the ones even if she does try to beg

the Book of Daniel! is the church was held culinary line, there were the pretty -, flower arrangements, one of zinnias who had taken the pump were still one of our puppies.A our many friends and relatives date

work of the late Mrs. Stuart the church. Monday nightin I peppermint stick sinnias, too. I and one of blanket flowers. fresh. The church has had to buy recent letter from our daughter who helped in so many ways to

Fletcher of St. Petersburg, who I another pump before this past Lorene, in Gilnoy, Calif., says brighten: the days of our loved Yes, some poIkiesar6

started it in her 80th year. It Mrs. Guy Andrews president. ) Sunday. We read not so long ago .her oldest son recently underwent one during his long illness and N thtf strict. -

contains 236 people, all in brilliant presided over the short business about some teen-age boys going to a serious operation, but is improving death. Also for the expressionsof

attire, amid an elaborate ban- meeting where an attendance con- a cemetery and stealing the gravestones I I since. Seems the little love, sympathy, and the beauti-

test was planned between the two a dozen fellows, even small babies, have ful
quet setting, and is a correct or more of them. I flowers given.-The Vernon

historic showing of the dress and circles which will last through We just wonder why anyone would I then trouble, and suffering, just Edwards family. Conner Bros.
November.Mrs. be the sault as we older
the furnishings of that period of low enough to go to a churchor I ones do.

time. E. M. Davis had charge of a cemetery to steal; in fact. I CARD OK ThANKS

After viewing the painting the I the program, using as her theme A "going away breakfast" to night except Friday at Starke's we wonder why they would steal j Insurance Agency

club members had luncheon at "The World Church": end all breakfasts was held Tues- tennis courts. She's looking for at all, but of all places to steal. 11 I We wish to express our thanks :,

day morning at 5:30: o'clock no beginners and why should they choose a place and appreciation for the kindness
the Gold House restaurant in I The hostesses, Mrs. R. G. Paterson experienced playersto I : 129 W. Call St.
Starke. Mrs. Lonnie Fullwood, and less at the home of Edna and join her between 7 and 9:30p. where we go to worship the Lord. I ReportCngss !and sympathy shown to us at I Phone 285

Mrs. David Montgomery served Ray Stone with Edna and Dolly or where the dead are sleeping. I the death of our loved one. Starke Fla.
m.Marian Again we wonder \ I ,
refreshments at the conclusion of Sullivan acting as hostesses andit Green celebrated her why .they would I The Sibley Family

Helen Jean Parker the meeting. would have to be "acting" 6th birthday on June 19 with a steal the gravestones; they could from -

To Wed In AugustMr. when they had to get up at 4:30: family party Sunday afternoon. not what use could them or sell them. so ]
they do with them. I
Plans to fix it but anyhow the Surely hate to report that we
BP\V Makes
Well, it ;
seems some folks have
and Mrs. R. Hershel Parkerof occasion was for Ray Stone, Dolly still have four more cases of j I

Flint, Mich., formerly of Hamp- For District Meeting and George Simpson, Jackie Pre- measles Gwen Lewis, Mar-I to it do doesn't something make that much is difference mean and i:i

ton announce the engagement of j I watt and Carleen Landrum who garet Colson, Kathy Howard and just what it is. !

their daughter Helen Jean to II I The Business and ProfessionalWomen's left right afterwards for points little Cinday Strickland Saw We were able to get to church \| by BILLY MATTHEWS !
Club met Monday nightin I ,
Milton Misner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
North for several weeks vacation Gussie Mae Boree down from
Sunday and :
the Catholic Center at which we really enjoyed the The most important legislation
Lyle Misner also of Flint. before they left the honorees Jax over; the weekend due to her ,services. The church '
time plans were started for the was pretty which the House considered and 'I
The wedding will be an eventof were presented with useful ( ?) mother, Mrs. G. H. Bennett, being well filled up some we hadn't
district meeting that will be held seen passed last week was H. R. 9366,
August 28 in the Central Baptist from their hostesses in fall Glad to for I
parting gifts injured a a long time, and
in Starke in September. There everyoneseemed the Social Security amendments.
: 1
Chiu-qh: of Flint.wmJU1oo. will be approximately 100 dele- Ray received a bottle of Alka learn the injuries weren't as seri- overjoyed to be there. Justas The report on this bill was nearly: Sewing Machine Operators

gates at this meeting and the cooperation Seltzer. George got a package of ous as first believed Hear we started to spread our din- a hundred pages in length, but I I

of all members was Feenamint, little Dolly was thrilled that Joan (Tenly) Chitty and ner, a little sprinkle of rain came am going to try to summarizefor

i with a bottle of Bufferin, several other National Guard and put us back into the house I
I urged in making this an outstand- i I you the chief changes in the Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
[ ing event in the community. Door i Jackie got a big all-day sucker to wifes spent the weekend with but it soon ceased, and we went Social Security Act which were!

her the and their husbands in back ta the tables. After dinner
prizes and favors will be made by I I keep quiet on trip included in this bill. First of all, 18 THRU 35
the members. I Carleen received a bottle of Rain Will be nice to welcome the Guard we had another service in the the
coverage of Social Securitywas
Margaret Miller membership Shampoo. home this Sunday church; some had to leave, but

i priced right chairman, gave an interesting talk I. Nookie Fowler received word Sgt. Billy Dansby is now at Ft. ethers remained for the baptismal.Then ten.million extended more to people.approximately The extension Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
on "Membership Unlimited", stres- from husband Lt. J. G. Dick Fow- Benning, Ga for ten weeks of that night. I returned had stated for services covered selfemployedfarm Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
ler (somewhere near the Philip- Officers Candidate School He'll that there
MBdm sing that the BPW Club is all in- would be no services that operators, farm workers,
pines) that he will be stationed emerge a 2nd Lieutenant night. APPLY AT OUR OFFICE I
clusive and not exclusive. Well, I just wrote what those engaged in the professionswith
.in the Pentagon in Arlington. Va. Hear that little Patricia Elaine, I was 10th & CHURCH STREETS

Hostesses for this meeting were I after Sept. 1st his family new daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. told,fault.so if it was wrong, it wasn'tmy certain the employees exception of of physicians state and,

Gladys Green and Pat Lambe. 'will him there and make Gene head start '
join Noegel got a
Mr. Strickland local governments who have retirement -,
and I had the BIG DAD
I'I their home after that date by being born with one tooth Manufacturing Co.
to attend prayer meet systems of their own -
'. f. hear that Pvt. Charlie Parker is But she didn't get to keep it I .1
ing at Maxville last Wednesday. provided they meet specific requirements -
-* ;now stationed at Camp Gordon ]long The doctors decreed it ------- Starke, Fla.
night; we enjoyed the fellowshipand and additional do-
KT WONDERFUL Ga. and HN Buddy Faxon has ]must be pulled services workers. 'I
i very much. mestie The wage base on P
RELIEF t been transferred to a hospital L. A. Davis postcards from Atlanta There; are nine of the Long which contributions are paid and -- --

HEAT I assignment in Corpus Christi, ] that he and Mrs. Davis Branch folks attending vacation 1 benefits are computed was raised

Texas for completion! of corpsman will leave there Friday for Clayton -
Bible School at Highland.The .
i from $3600 to $4200 annually
YouTl feel better when you Sgt. Dan Priest I Ga. and then 1 will
goodbye to hot, muggy ,Schooling on July commencememnt exercisesof There were modest increases in NEW( I
weather. Enjoy cool comfort 'called his wifel Manez, Monday I go on to Waynesville for the rest the Vacation Bible School at the !benefits for those now on the

with RCA ROOM night from Tacoma, Wash. that I II of the summer Randall Martin Ebenezer church will be Friday. rolls and for those who come on

Air Conditioning. he was leaving Wednesday for I Ii and Ronnie McClellan left j June 25, at 7 p.m. All are invitedto the rolls in the future. The

| further duty in Japan. Tuesday; to return to Parris Island attend. be
Chas/ C. Shepherd bill provided that there would
Steve Simmons family and "Miss Lallie" t
The j S. C. after a visit with Wilkinson's dropped in determining the average :

Frances Landrum are spending I home folks They've completedboot daighter, Mable Carter, husband.
| TV Radio Seat CoversPhone monthly wage of a worker
three weeks at the Landrum cottage 1 camp and will be transferredsoon and daughter and others were '
o | 239 Starke, Fla.i on Kingsley see the : to Camp Pendleton, Calif., visiting her Sunday. Mable at- his four years of lowest earnings,
i or four years in which he has no :,
II I Judge Perrymans moved out to :and expect to be sent overseas tended church with her, but earnings. At the present time an j

: -,- ,- ._ -u- ." .,. theif cottage on Kingsley over sooner, or later Richard Hend- others were too tired after their I loses his Social Security ,
20:1s .. ----. the weekend Pearl Schrop- : long drive. employee i
$ -- --- -- erson and Max Furlong qualifiedfor Insurance benefits if he earns
;:hifihas moved from the Epperson j the Air Force and left Wed- Well, from the looks of the Tele- I
]t to the Nollman.ipartments graph last week it is trying to $75 a month or more emI, 399.95 .
apartments Lackland AFB
\\1' nesday for One of the first bills
ployment. ,
i DA the G. S. New- compete with the Times-Union in .
,) : Don't forget to put in your :
introduced in Congress last year
size. The Crescent
wasn't far
'\ combs are moving on the first date book the Beta Phi so
FL'Fri. : I Sigma
for new, LSTARKE into the Starke Motor Court sorority annual dance, Saturday behind, either. Even if these two was to repeal this $75 limit. H. :,, ALSO 1953 MODELS
are weekly papers, they are grow- R. 9366 did not go as far as I
oparkling bright which they will manage while night, July 3, from 9 to 12 in the ing and coming right along with desired in this direction, but it 1

., &-June 25, 26 'former owners, Guy and Bet where Andrews 1 USO See you there more news as well as other itemsof does permit an employee or self- 3.4Ton / Ton. 1

DOUBLE FEATURE haven't decided -Carolyn interest.. We are glad to see employed person to earn as muchas
TLEllwJaNn : live until their home
they will 309.95 249.95
the improvement. $1,000 in year without any
Wells FargoGunmaster :' Lake is finished a !
I on Crystal to hear that Carl 'j MethodistVSCS We are glad to learn that I loss in benefits. The bill providedthat

:was surprised ,Gladys McClung is improving periods of disability would )

I With Allen "RO'k)" Lane i and Marilyn Roberts are leaving Met This \Veek nicely from her recent illness. She II be ignored in determining both the;. ow. r--

-And- these parts on July 1st for Quincy was unable to be at church Sun- size of a woiker's benefits and I]I. ;.st

I where Carl will direct the I The Methodist W. S. C. S. met day, but we hope she will soon be I his eligibility for them. The bill.I .'
The Lemon Kid
II '
Drop school band there this comI with II I '
I high Monday afternoon in the church us again. I continued the additional federal i II ) I k' I 'i'iJ
Bob Hope and :\Iaril)0 Maxwell I ing school year :Marilyn will | Mrs. Oscar Harris is also improving -I contributions toward payments to I, _
MARATHONSOODEAR 'Plus Serial "Jungle Raiders" Chap.No. remain here until Aug. 1st to sanctuary with the president, as well as she can be I _
I blind and -
I 14 and Color Cartoon for Kids; .. finish up their affairs Mrs. E. K. Perryman presiding.I expected from her recent opera- the needy and aged totally, disabled permanently of up I. ,. !

k : Spotted Ted Young back on Mrs. C. L. Scholl, secretary of tion. | toward to :, t
II Sun.. Mon. and Tues. I to $5 and payments ,
I Post Office Mrs. Richard Mosley isn't !
& 28. 29 regular duty at the Youth work, had charge of the get- dependent children up to $3 ;:, ,
Landrum getting ting along so well but we \
DOUUtE see Martha hope
; FEATURE through September 30, 1955. The I
program entitled "Students in Today's -
dad'slaw she will soon make I
at her a change for
secretary experience
Don't wait-stop in for Walking My Baby office this summer and World". She talked on the the better. !present schedule of increases in ; (

new CoodyearVhite Lovett three of student ini We just learned that Mr. and the Social Security tax rates ;i
former phases
Back Home see Hazel Thomas : I I ,
Sidewalls at today's low at ; Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson finally through 1969 is maintained. The !

prices AND get our Donald O.'Connor and Janet Leigh,I I cashier, is now bookeeping of connection with the missionary j moved last week. They bought got j rate on employers and employees I
Starke Laundry speaking She told of the II|' 2 1-2 I t
liberal deal for your -And- Starke Laundry, Virginia Smith I society. foreign property in or near Jacksonville, is scheduled to Increase to

present tires. NO ESCAPE tells me she is doing extensive students from other colleges who but had been unable to get moved, I| per cent in 1960 and to 3 per t

With Lew AreSunny Tuffs and decorating in the come to the United States and as they were moving the house as i cent in 1955. The present schedulefor
You remodeling
prnent may well as household goods; they had I the rate on each in 1970 and
and :Majorie SteelPlus and also to their work in relation to missions.She I II
plans open
auks the down "! Laundry 74 Pounds Capacity
paymeatS to wait for
Color Cartoon for Kids I a while, but at last thereafter is 3 1-4 per cent. The $449.95
J another Clothes Line adjoining also told how each
PAY DAY PLAN missionary got moved. Now Arthur yill not bill raises this to 3 1-2 per cent
I 4 Ice
few weeks. Trays
in I
Wed. Thur-June 30 July ]I l the Laundry a society can help the students at have so far to drive to work. I in 1970 and would make a further, Small Down
$1.25 a week Would be nice to send a "getwell" -
DOUBLE FEATURE card to little Mike Anderson home and abroad. Mrs. Scholl Rev. Taggart and family calledon increase to 4 per cent in 1975 and 11 5 Cubic Feet Payment t

forapafriGOODMAN'S! assisted us for a few minutes Sunday thereafter. The rate of tax on self- (
, Miss
Mr. BlandingsWith : who underwent the first of was by Ann Cress-
I III I after we returned from church. employed is 1 1-2 times
Gary Grant, Myrna Loy a series of operations on his leg ]ler who had charge of the devo- persons
We are always glad to have folks the employees rate and would
and Melvjn Douglas II Wednesday at the U. S. Naval I I tions, and who also spoke on the call on us, especially these preachers. reach a maximum of 6 per cent i WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE I

-And- Hospital in Chelsea, Mass., they
Wesley Foundation at the U. of in 1975 and thenlfter under the
inserted bone in the where I I
Street Bandits leg I
Service Station a F. Also participating on the program J. 1... Strickland and Pete Brin- bill. I voted with a minority fora i
he contracted polio three 224 Temple Ave. Phone 166
I years
Penny Edwards and Robert Clark were Jackie Hobbs and son were in Green Cove and Starke motion that would permit us to :

U. s. 301 at South City LImit!i Plus Color Cartoon for Kids! ago.Nina I I Monday on business. exclude certain groups from the
Joyce Scholl who told the Starke Fla.
Starke. Florida ., "- .. .p Bishop says that she'ssupervising of Dumpie and "Miss Lillie" Wil- Social Security coverage who i

"- -- / tennis every week !I Student Work Camps. kinson (two Mrs. Wilkinsons) might not desire it. Since this !


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Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson the above entitled; cause and you Dated this 21 .
Genuine Rides Near StarkeIt I day of June 1954. above named Court and cause and
spent.a few days last week in Cowboy are the hereby solicitor required for to serve upon (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby you are required to serve a cup of
plaintiff whose
Clerk of the Circuit surt: your answer or pleading to the tnm-
Onaand Beach. name and address appears hereon, By Marian L. ,
Crosby Deputy Clerk plaint on the Plaintiffs Attor '>y
Miss Ann Johns spent the past may come as a surprise but I your; written defenses if any. to the ,j' 6 25-41-7 16NOTICE J. K. Skipper, 221:! Florida Title!
not all cowboys are on the motion complaint insaid cause. copy of' Building, Jacksonville Fl] 'Ida
&L41 two weeks her uncle and t xvhn h is delivered to herewith
visiting you ..
picture screens. And they don't I TOPPE.R and file the original in the office f
.n before the '
.r 26 day of JuiHerein
aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy, A I II. 1'154. > in flrmit Court Bradford County the Clerk of the Circuit Court na
all come from the Wild West Flurlda
ChanceryLouise or before the :28! day of Julv
CIN THE NEWS in Augusta, Ga. :either. In fact, Bradford County .. d.. Fail Not or decree pro W McLean Plaintiff. \"S. 1954; : olherv use the allegations ..f
i 6 "< will be entered against f Ilobert .
you P. Mi Lean Defendant
Mrs. said Complaint will be taken
B. E. Bennett and Joan as c> n-
4 can boast of at least one cowboy: ''Fr. ft.! the relief prayed in the comp Case No. 10-560 fused
-.. II' 6 ... . Bennett, of Marianna, and Jimmy ]plying his trade not too far from 4e '! I' DtI I voiles To Appear This by notice rou. shall be published
d- Caulk, of Panama City, are visiting :Starke. ri.t 'h- nature of said suit being for I To: Hobert D. McLean whose once each week tor four consecume
Mrs. Don Champion son, < Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gray and 'rye.. I, residence and address is: Route i. weeks in the Bradford County Tele
i :Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell His name is Leonard Griffis. Jr. w 'iies" my hand and the seal of !North \\.rll."to..r. North Carolina graphHated.
I Don Jr., of Ocala, are spending daughter, Debbie, were in New- -td (Court at Starke. Bradford i I,' You ,
are hereby notified
and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Conner. :and he has been working as a that a ihi22: day of June !I,4.:
week with a .lIry. : this 23 day of !I suit for I (OFFICIAL SEAL
this her parents Mr. port, Ark., last week visiting Mr.Cray's .I"' ) Charles A. Darby
i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dyer, of I cowboy (although he was surprised y .A.. D. 1954. :', i u-t..I1' ?THrol ..t'1dupl''rt i.f Clerk n f the Circuit l'.un.E'y .
and Mrs. Al Hartmann, while Mr. mother, Mrs. Viola Gray. .Fl Kii 1L 1 SEAL) Charles '. ,
1 ll :I Fort Myers were guests of Mr. :to be called one) for about fow Clerk of A. Darby :':! inn r hi idu'i and .1 M.I Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk
, Champion is in Tallahassee on j I i L. J. Green, daughter, Judy, Circuit Court :, has beenf.led against >uu in the 6 :!;-it-7 1i
and :Mrs. Fate Brown on Sunday I months. Bradford County. Florida ,,
business. I and son, Archie, spent Wednes Florida's fence" law deserves ._ r a \1.\1 i an L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
and Monday. The Browns also 00 -
.I I Ihn s. .
Mrs. Kate Sheppard has returned day in Jacksonville, where Mr. much of the credit for the red 1712 Solicitor for Flaint i.
had as guests from Tuesday to : Barnett Bank Build-
home from Winter Garden, Green received medical treatment. ,!II'. Jacksonville, 2. ) Clothing
Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Horace ;advent of this type of cowboy :.Itlit Jill ALVAREZ' STORE Ien's. II
where she the school Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster and 6-25-4t-7 '
spent past Dyal of Fort Myers. I Griffis' job is to patrol an unfenced Established 1S94

year teaching.Miss baby, of Jacksonville, were weekend Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent the pasture, keeping the cows of Joe NOTICE TO APPEAR '!, I

Anna Margaret Bailey of I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. past ten days in New Orleans, I Griffis, no relation, from straying U ClroBit Court. Bradford Coaitr,' -
I Florid.
West Liberty, Ohio will spend the K. Douglas.Mrs. I on the road. by most young boys of wanting I. rh eery.
1.I Edith
La., visiting Mr. and :Mrs. H. I Geneva Smith, Plaintiff. n.I''
weekend with Mrs. Nelson Green C. C. Mendoza and daughter. Brownlee Jr. Like his western counterpart, i t to be a cowboy. He said he'Donald F. Smith Defendant.
and family. Miss Gloria Johns, of Jack- Griffis Is "in the saddle" from sun- never realized how close his pres- Case No 10-55S:;
Notice To
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and I Appear. MOVNGLOCAL
1! Mrs. Janis Green of Starke and sonville, were visiting Mr. and children spent Sunday at Jack- up to sun-down guarding about a ]I ent job parrallels the work of the To Donald F. Smith whose

Mrs. Din Boree of Jacksonville Mrs. T. J. Griffin on Saturday.The .sonville Beach. one-mile strip of the New Bland- ,traditional cowhand."I lUnkle-Claus residence and Shear address Co., Prospect1 is:; (' ,: -
spent last week in Miami visit- Griffins also had as Sunday children ing Road. He herds the cows into like the job," he said. "It's Street Fremont Ohio. Safe
Mrs. Jesse Smith and \ PHONE
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Green. visitor, Hugh Griffin, of Waldo.Dr. are spending this week with rela-I fenced pastures at night. easy." But then he admits that suit You for are hereby notified that a ,' OR
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Darby, of and Mrs. James C. Naftel tives at St. Augustine. Griffis said that when he was I he hasn't had to contend with i Divorcehas i I LONGDISTANCE
Bradenton, are spending a few I young he had the ambition, shar- '!i'rustlers, as yet. i been filed against you In the EconomicalR. 311
and three children Birmingham above
Friends of Mrs. Charles Shep- I named Court and cause and I
days with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ala., are vacationing for three you are required to serve a copy vt
herd will regret to hear of the -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the Telegraph- your answer or pleadingto : B. Alvarez OR
Griffin. weeks at the H. H. Adams's cot- death of her mother, Mrs. G. W. --- -- complaint on the Plaintiffs
I Clearance One-rack of dresses i tage on Kingsley Lake. Grogan who died on Saturday in Mrs. Walter R. Miller and Rev. and Mrs. R. Y. Thomas of I Starke Attorney, Theron A. Yawn. Jr ; Agents For TRANSFER AND, 250-J
'I Florida Dt:1
her Bros.
$s, $5 $6 $7. At LEILAS I. Mrs. G. W. Tetstone of Jacksonville Griffin, Ga. Mrs. Grogan's funeralwas daughter, Marcia, are in Rock- Tennessee and Mr. and Mrs. A. and file the original In the office ,, STORAGE CO
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell, of is spending two weeks on Monday. land, Mass attending the high M. Johnson of Charleston, S. C. of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

Newton, N. C., are vacationingfor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. E. Griner, of Orlando, school graduation of Rita Miller II were recent guests of Mrs. W. N. 26 day of July, 1954.:
ten days with Mrs. J. H. Carl Andrews, while Mr. Tetstoneis was the Sunday guest of Mr. and and also the 56th wedding an- Johnson.Mr. .Complaint otherwise; the allegations <>r raid STORAGEI
will be taken
Fields. with the National Guard at Mrs. P. D. Fancher. niversary of Mrs. Miller's parents i I and Mrs. Coolidge Gassett I by you. as confessed -

Mrs. J. A. Rayes and Mrs. Her- Camp McClellan.Mr. Reduced for Clearance, Vanity Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Baker. i and sons of Gainesville are spend- once This each notice week Bhall for four be published Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, FloridaGROCERY
of St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin D. of 'ing their vacation at Kingsley oneecu- I
man Muncy and Mrs. Lucian Conner Fair Nylon Gowns. At LEILAS Casey tlve weeks in the Bradford County -
visited Mrs. Nelson Green and and son, Doug, were in Miami, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J.IW. Ocala spent Saturday through Lake. Mrs. Pate Gassett of Starke I Telegraph.
family on Sunday. Monday with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. spent several days there with __ .
Kincaid from Friday '
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from Friday to Monday, visiting I spent Alford where I Casey. them. i ___ _: _: __ :: : = ::. ::_ : .: ".:-.j.C.: : := ::: =:- C'": :-- .:
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Callahan. I Sunday in Lake i k
attended the wedding of the Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr. is now Reduced for ('It'arance'anit)
NOW YOU CAN ALWAYS Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Mr. and 1 i iI they
late Mr. Beasley's granddaughter stationed in Korea. His new ad- Fair Nylon Gowns. At LEILAS
Mrs. George Simpson Ray Stone I Miss Sue Beasley to Robert Mat- dress is Pfc Oliver H. AspinwallJr. Bill Booth is attending ROTC

BE COOL I and Jackie Prevatt left Tuesday thews on Saturday night. They ., 2nd Inf. Div., 23rd Inf. U. P. camp at Panama City. He will
for the North where the I OR
I Simpsons i iI will also attend the rehearsal 0., APO 248, care Postmaster, j I return to his studies at the UrnI STARLINGS
-- will visit relatives in Dayton.
Tune in the weather you [I'!Ohio; :Mrs. Landrum will visit party Friday evening in WinterHaven. San Francisco, Calif. ,versity of Florida next fall. !
want this summer with I Mrs. A. J. Strickland has returned -
her sister, Mrs. W. H. Miner in I In The Ciri-nit Court IB *nd .'...rJlr.dr..rd
RCA Room Air Condition- Mr.: and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, of home after undergoing I' Count". Florida, InChaarrr
You'llTV Akron, Ohio Jackie Prevatt
in Don't delay. .
{ the weekend with surgery in St. Vincent's Hospital, ?
1..1 b.f f.rf visit relatives in Dennison, Ohio; Tampa, spent Donald .1. Vnlietk. I'l.untitf. \ >. i
Mr. and Jacksonville.Roy Louanna Case .
Mrs. Hoppe's parents I p'f..ndlltlt.
and Ray Stone will visit relativesin .
Turner and Mr. and Mrs. N" 1W ;3oriCK > I
Seat Covers A. C. Durden.
Radio Greenville, Pa., while on their Mrs. '\ OK M IT
Phone 239 Starke Fla. two weeks vacations. Lorin Brown and daughter. Sam Anderson spent Father's Day The State Of Florida T.: STORES
Aimie. of Hampton, spent four with their son and daughter :Mr. Louanna IJo.eerheih.. 3217KrookM.le ]

Chas./ C. Shepherd Johnnie Dankel of Waycross with, days with his sister, Rosie Girton, and Mrs. Robert Turner and fami- Drive Indianii"v|l'i|>,kudSinth, Indiana
this week
Ga., .
is spending and his son Eddie Brown, and ly at the State Farm. Mrs. Bob- You A."prph, }' :\" ".tifudhat: a
Nat Dankel Jr. nephew Lewis Neal, and niece by Alvarez of Valdosta, Ga. who -utt halie n fllli .tgatn vii, I'I CORNER CALL AND CHERRY STS. JAX HIGHWAY

Jane Hubbard all of St. Peters- was spending the weekend with i

OPEN PIT burg. All enjoyed an old-time her father, Roy Turner, also was : -" -=":::: : : :- :' -: : -- =::--=- : -'- :. : :.
fish fry supper in the home of guest of the Robert Turners. -

Cleanie Neal, and other Mrs. J. F. Robb and children
BARBQUEOAKWOOD son Rosie Girton. Mr. Brown and Johnny and Linda, of Charlotte I ---C t-c I- TS:5-:5 LbsLbs

daughters returned to Hampton, N. C. arrived Wednesday to spend COLACart G'R' 39CCart
USED Sunday. two weeks with Mrs. Robb's c'O A''C L 1-

Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston :Mc- mother, Mrs. Fay Gill and sister i

FRIDAY and SUNDAY (Clane and sons, of Atlanta, are Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mr Doyle i
two weeks with Mr. Mrs. Victor Berry and children.
From 2 P.M. Til Open Sunday From 2 P.M. I and spending Mrs. George Flynn Sr., and Steve and Keith, of Dillon, S. C. RIFAI 5 39CI

will spend the month of July at are spending this week with Mrs

PELICAN CLUBHighway the Mjr. Kidd cottage on Kings- Berry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. PEPS! COLA 25CIYILRL
ley Lake. J. S. Sapp. Mrs. Sapp and Mrs.

Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters. Berry spent Tuesday in Jackson- I

16 3 Miles East of Starke Janet, Jane, and June, visited ville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard I I Double Edge RAZOR

Mrs. O W. Barry in Brooker, on

..- .- I Saturday. Ray.Bennie Furlong and Edward isc For
-- __ -- __ __ 0.-- __ '. _-;>- Clearance Onp..ru of dresses. Barrett of Waycross. Ga. were CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON : R.C. COLA 14C

$3 $5. $6 $7. At LEILAS Tuesday evening guests of Mr. 'I
Mrs. :M C. Wells and Mrs. L. and Mrs. J.V.. Furlong. about this question I .

DANCEEVERY S. Hutto spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. Russell : In auto deaths a jury aften I :::: -:'--'.-=='=:-'-:.=' _- .:: :-"" o:: :-_ < .": -i.-=::::'_ :-::=-.:.= :=--=,;:. :_ _-=:;-c: .
Norman, Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mrs.R. I I I I
I 2nd. Lt. Pat McGriff was home F. Young and Mrs J. D. Doyle awards $30,000, even $50,000, i

I for the weekend from the Gra- attended the Florida Federated j to a family to cover the lost I

ham Air Force Base in Marianna Garden Club short course at the earnings of a father who i is

Cynthia Cox of Live Oak is U. of F. Monday through Wed- killed. Is it any wonder that t
THURSDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTMusic visiting her grandmother, Mrs.D. nesday. 1 insurance rates are rising. Is I IDELIOSTE

L. Silcox. Mrs. J. S. Adair of West Palm
better, safer driving the only
Miss Paulk spent from Beach is spending this week with Catsup
ByTOMMY'S i way to lower the auto insurance I II Ir i
Friday to Wednesday in Willa- her sister, Mrs. W. G. Haile and
coochee, Ga. visiting her uncle Mr. Haile. The Hailes also had as I 7C

\ r. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Paulk. overnight guests Tuesday. Mr I -
Her cousins Bonnie Paulk and and Mrs. Doyle Adair, also of
Lt. John Paulk returned with her West Palm Beach. I Charley E. Johns
for the remainder of the week. Mrs. Edward Charbonneau and
rlir Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor of Jack Miss Eva Gilbert of St. Peters- I :----_:.- =-::: :---'.:=-'_--:':::.- _=' _-'::- -_-:' :: .. ::'.-.::-:'d _-.:= : = -: : : : ::

r som'illeill be weekend guestsof burg will arrive Saturday for a 1 & Son Agency I
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. few days visit with friends.
Fun For All I
Sen. and Mrs. Bill Pearce of Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. Ellis I II 11L gi
t d- I 1 Palatka were Saturday evening Thornton spent Thursday in Jack- :i Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAA. I BARS For SYRUP 59C
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[guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews sonville.

The : i
\, Mr. and Mrs. George K. Quin- '.4 pp.I .
''nev and family of Jacksonvilleare CHEWING

3 Miles East of Starke on Old Blanding Road I occupying the Slade guest I For OLEO Lb 19C
house at Kingsley Lake this week. j d9
I _. Mrs! Jeannette Young and sis- > 3 1 bc

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tr r. Mrs. R. R. Rooney of Peru, I
I Ind ..-.' to Starke Saturday
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u - i m Miamii after a ten day vacation STARCH Qt 1 SC JELLO 3 For 23C

i i Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. ando

I daughter, Jean, are attending the E

wedding of their cousin Miss _
Joan Dixon in Tampa Saturday E :_-' _::D-- : :.JfC!_ :' _' !:.' = _> :.:-t=- :: :. =r.::: ::.:: '. .-' :_'::. : O_:.::::.= .

Dedicated To Community Service j I,evening. The Mundys will be
"Mode Are Better Than Ever"If I; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Byrd in Tampa over the weekend. 3 E

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell of
you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Jacksonville spent the weekend = E

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS with Mrs. Mizell's parents, Mr. =
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and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. B
Fri., Sat -June 25. 26 I leach7c
DOUBt1FE.TUnE I Tues.. Wed. and Thur. Mrs. Charles Parker of Holly
II Hill spent the weekend with her
/1Y11 t w+u al 000rla1 I June 29. 30. July 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. 3

I Mrs. Effie Johns spent from

i NO Friday till Sunday in Dade City 3 Get Farm Improvement Ideas

,,' 0 with her sister. Mrs. Carrie Smith
and Mrs. L. C. Smith.

\ !$ TERROR Misses Anne Ventress and From Our Plan Books .,:'<: :'_':-_ :-:. : : -=' .: -=:-:-_=------i: :" ::.: =--::_::-:-::-.:::::- :: :: ':::'::'" L_: ::_.: .:.:_
Thomisana Jane Williams of Ken-

r rur..wn.feueruA.l... \ ; EVER dall, Fla. have been guests of Here's a Starke Builders' Supplies service E i
Box !
their aunt. Mrs. Margaret Davis Doz i

And- j I ,.,. LIKE ,' and grandfather T. S. WilliamsSr. that'll help you decide what farm buildings are =:1 TIDE I E EI 29 LEMONS 19C I

SERPENT OF I N2, a-;:.". ..':J .J ., for the past three weeks. Best for your needs. !
1i Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigley
'4 pp. I

THE Rhonda Firming NILEWith jUil! :vacation have returned in their from mountain a ten-day home = Pictures show interiors and exteriors of modern dairy t Box
i CHEER 19C TISSUE Waldorl7V2C i
William LuniHganTlus Cartoon and 1f near Hendersonville. N. C. Mrs. barns. poultry and brooder houses, too and machine I
"Hie Cup imp" Jennie Thornquest and :Mrs Mable
'I I I
Chapter :No. 11 Serial Mersereau accompanied them 4] sheds designed for ; :

L. H. GIBSONSun. : there home Mis Friday Shell.e:after Hall spending returned two 41< Utility .- Durability -- Economy t;::1 I FA F B Box 29C TRIPE Lge Can 39C i

., Mon.-June2 28 weeks with Mrs. Charles Parkerin 3 You'll)) learn where to locate buildings to best advantage.how = i i
Holly Hill. .
MEN SOON FROM WARNER BROS. I Little Michael eidman.. son 4 4 41 a larger poultry house will cut chores and make i .: : '_-- ::. :._ < = ':--I;:> '- .;.Ji ::= :-= c:<::.::::_ :'-_, _= ':---w :'; !

ofIr.. and Mrs. John Feldman E I
IOFTHEVmHSONWERKON. Plus "Magod Goi' Skiing" Cartoon : Jr. who recently moved to Key- you MORE money : I iC

I stone Heights, will undergo a
IFICIITINO LADY !I And Latent World News major operation in St. Vincent's 3 We'll help you plan efficient economical farm buildings t ANY BRAND :
I Hospital, Jacksonville, on Tues-
= that can be paid for on easy monthly terms :
day.Peggy Milk
I 35CTall
i Davis will leave Satur- :

I COMING SOON i some time with her uncle and STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY j C
I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams I

Plus "Feline Frame Up" Cartoon JOHNNY GUITAR Jr. 3 Phone 45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot
And Latest World News I Wayne Kinney is spending this !

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FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1934fesed .

RR1 yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYVYVY sell things. We do think that Fred -.
: i Clerkof the Circuit
4 Moore knows some of the problems -I' By Marian L. Crosby, Deputv Court Clerk I you are required to serve a copy of I by you. t
/ jour answer or pleading to the
SOIL com- This notice shall be published once
FARMER'SDIARY of the farmers and that he I plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney each week for four consecutive
will do his best by them. !. OrmH Court Bradford CoaBtr. Wm. D. Morgan. 507 Clark Bldg.. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- i
Florida IB Jacksonville Florida graphtQFFICIAL
< N-E-W-S ; thaneerr.
it..l. .Frt Lee Ruble Plaintiff TS. and file the original In the officeof Dated this 3 day of June. 1954.
; Gave Leo our Airdale watchdog "'h.rl"y llae Ruble, Defendant. the Clek of the Circuit Court on SEAL Charles I
) A. Darby
his annual clipping. The rascal By Bill HaasU of Publication Case No. 105fiOrdrr or before the 5 day of Jul19 4; Clerk of the Circuit Court
>> and Aotire To
The author will be glad to receive looks a lot cooler for it, but his Appear: State of Florida TotShirley i j otherwise the allegations of said I IPv, :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I S. SOIL CONSERVATION :Mae Ruble, whose re!'i-M i Complaint will be taken as con- 644t6,25\
Items of Interest concern- '.. idea to escape the heat is to dig d.! 'n,'r and address is2524 st>thstreet : L.I t L.
Ing tbe activities of farmers In ...1 himself a hole He has a dandy SERVICE Kenosha, Wisconsin. +' --
_. You are required to
Bradford County Suggestions may cave dug in back of his coop, but 'Jui5. 1954. in the above appear named on i! Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced I II
be left at 'the Telegraph office or when it rains, the thing fills up. ...ew'pza.aia. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I'/ I
mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey Poor planning on his part. V. R. Ferguson, chairman of the seeks divorce. <. [f
i Bradford Soil Conservation place located out on the Brownlee Ii Bradford County Telegraph shall'; I SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR
District -I ( publish this Order in next
Sam announces that Road the other day and he said, weekly issues. GENERAL MACHINE WORK
By McGarrey We plan to set up a small irrigation i the board 1 Witness hand four I I
1 will meet Thursday, July 1, at the Come on out, I want to show you seal my and '
system for our kitchen i I at Starke, Florida this Slay j: lI
AALAAALAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAaat garden. It may not be elaborate, '. As Clerk of said Court,
Busy canning .and freezing no\>{- we've got out of farming came Land capability maps were He showed me a field of Pensacola 'j (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

days, storing away all the food this week when we saw an irrigation but the heck with getting the pared by George Brown Area pre-Soil Bahia that was almost waist high. ,jBy Zach Marian H. Douglas L. Crosby 505 Deputy Lynch Building "lerk-

we are able, so that if things go system in use in a tobacco thing so complicated. All we wantto Scientist, with the Soil Conservation Orville is in the egg basiness and Jacksonville, Florida. Red Seal Electric Machine Shop I
from bad to worse, well at least field. Over at Brooker. Once the do is squirt some water on our Service, for Ed W. Coolberthand he uses all the chicken fertilizer Att>s. for Plf. 6'4 4t 6/25 I

be able to eat. And that, for one I lightweight pipes are laid out crops. Nowadays everything's so P. M. Seaman whose placesare en his pastures, and they show it MlflCR 10 APPEAR I F. W. GRAUDON Owner Manager

who remembers the last depression all the operator has to do is pressa complicated and costs so much, located out the New Blanding too. Chicken fertilizer when kept I .fa Circuit.. I Court. rhaBrerr.Su Bradford. 'e..t7 I IInrld. I
is a very good reason. switch, and he creates his own that we tend to forget that where Road; for Pat A. Miller who liveson dry until used, has a high contentof ( ie Elizabeth te'en"5.. Jesa I j i iI I 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke. Fla.
Alice pressure canned 32 qts. rainfall. Trouble is, you do not 'there's a will, there's a way. i the Griffis Loop; for Jesse E. organic nitrogen which keeps j I Willard Stevens Defendant. !

from about two bushels of field find these irrigation systems in a Newsome whose place is on the the grass growing through this I I I \tlre To tp.....r. Case No. 10-536:, 1-- ,I

run tomatoes, running the cooker cracker-jack boxes this cost Just bought another generatorfor Keystone Road; for W. F. (Happy) dry spell. I To: Je''a Willard Ste'f'nsh.ol"' '

for 5 minutes at 5 lbs. pressure.She upwards of $8,000; and if we do our car. Sometime we'd like Cooley whose place is located on resident and address is: Unknown ,
It takes 27,154 gallons of water Your are hereby notified that a
had some bruised tomatoes have that much money, we must 'to meet the people who rebuild the Rosier Road and for Adolph suit for divorce custody and

left over; these she will use for have mislaid it, for we don't know 'I these generators. As we feel we Gay Road.who lives in the Lake Butler acre.to put one inch of water on one has control been filed of minor against children you In the

tomato juice. where it is. are practically supporting them These maps will be sent above named Court and cause and HUNDREDS
I we'd like to see what they look I away for reproduction and en- ]NOTICE 10 U'PF._*R you are required to serve a copy of i
your answer or pleading f the complaint -
Robert had his 8th birthdaythis Sam certainly enjoyed country like. I largement. After they are returned !. Clrcalt Court,. Bradford {'0..11. on the Plaintiff'. AttorneyWm.
a ..... !
the maps will be used for Floridai rtt .ry.P. D. Morgan 507 Clark Bldg of details are managed and economic
week, and with two birth dinner with Mr. and :Mrs. Suggs, I the Frank McNally Plaintiff vs. Jacksonville, Florida
day cakes, a soccer ball, pocketknife of Brooker, this week. For a d.- Conrad Letsch says it's so dry water basis of a complete soil and Elizabeth McNally Pf-ffndant and file the origin in the office of ally attended that only a trained and r
Case No. 10-55S
fishing plug, and some Yankee, who didn't know what leaves are falling off his pear conservation farm plan. :Retire To Apprari the Clerk of the Circuit Court nn. t careful organization can attend when

money, the little city slicker field peas were five years ago, ,trees. He has been trying to save The other day I was discussing residence ToElizabeth and address MoNally is:, 250 whose St' or otherwise before' the the 5 allegations day' of July of, 19"said:;4. '' the urgent need for serving is at

made out fine. Both Gene and he sure has got to like things. I the crop by hauling buckets of Johns Place. Brooklyn, New York Complaint sill be taken t& <-onC"ed ->- hand.
pastures with J. R.
Robert like Florida farm life very. The Suggs had Little Acre peas water to pour around trees. Says his Kelly, who was j tin uit You for are hereby notified ttat a This by vou.notice shall be published ]:I

much. They want to learn how to and Sam made a hog of himself. ,its the driest season he remembers office working over some Divorce once each week for foul consecutive I
milk a cow. S since he's been on that place. papers. He leaned back rrom his has been filed against you tn the weeks in the Bradford County Tele- DeWITT C. JONESPhone
S e a e desk and held his hand about three above named Court and cause and I graph.Hated this :3 I
Despite all the little showerswe YOU are required to serve a copy of day of June. 1954: 7 Starke, Fla. ,
feet from the floor and stated your answer or pleading to the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby __ -I ,
Had a note from Mrs. Struth, I are getting, the soil !is still Last week we went into Dave Clerk of the Circuit Cnurt
complaint the PlalnttU'Attorney
of Starke, who says she will trade dry. We are hoping to set out Shuford's station and bought a I I"My Pensacola Bahia is about this on William I>. :Morgan By Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk Funeral Director Ambulance Service
chicken manure for sawdust. Sorry some sweet potato vines, but we're bottle of milk and got a big high and still growing strong." 507 Clark Building, Jacksonville C/4 4t 6/:25!
The Bahias Florida
we couldn't take her up on It not going to do it, unless we get horselaugh from him, for buying for are the best all around and file the original In the office of OTICK TO _4PPF.4.RI I Our local funeral home enable u to offer convenience W
because we've seen how manure some heavy rains first. milk when we have cows. It's bad grasses this area. They can 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court on Circuit Court. Bradford CoontT.Florida : service not otherwise arailable.
Suppose stand a lot of rough treatmentsuch or before the : I. ('baDen,.
makes things grow. that after writing this, the rains enough to have to buy it; when as dry weather 19 day of July, 1954; Albert F. Warren Plaintiff. \!'.
S a a will just about wash we look at it, we wonder what or wet wea- otherwise! the allegations of said Rosa Florine Warren, Defendant "
us away. ther and heavy They Complaint will Case No. 10-;;35otlie ;;
grazing. is taken confessed
Just about the biggest kick they do with the cream in the are by as :\ To Appear We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
also one of the best to you.
I I Good old Joy, and her calf, dairies. You'd think that just by spond to fertilizer with grasses re- This notice shall b. published I To: Rosa Flonne Warren whose t acc"pt.u.T life insurance policy in force tasted by ANT
a quick once each week for four consemtive'weeks residence and addles i*: t'uknuwn '
Faith are both doing pretty well. accident, or by mistake, some of I green growth.I ;i'I in the Bradford County Telegraph \'"u arr h"I..Irwtfltd. : that a company, as payment in part or in full oa a funeral.
WELL the cream would get into the .n"+ fur di. oil e ,
Consultation carries
no obligation
Joy if still eating anything she Dated thil"I daf Tune 1 If;,4 l ha- IK ii rdt'd agrf,n-t \ \\1 l I"' the
bottled milk. stopped by Orville 'ulver's OFFICIAL SEAL +Jharies A. uaru y ''a.., \ nanit-d ''ow and \t.>. .;in: .. I .. ,...., I
can get especially corn stalks, ---

TONIGHT and we are giving her plenty of .
sweet feed so maybe the old gal
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tot will help you sleep like won't g'et sick this time. However, 7
a baby you'll /*./ it is a relief to know that Dr.

better every morning. ,iMullins is right in Starke and

we can get help if we need it.
Chas. C. ShepherdTV Iwo* intended to feed the calf out

of a bucket .land what a riot the

Radio Seat Coders 'first time is), but now we're .

Phone 239 Starke, F b.. letting the calf run with Joy dar

I ing the day, and shutting her off

'_ :_ _,- ,,-__-_# I Fat night, so that we get half of -
I II the milk. l.

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,"e.-/ 'TVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTV1 ..... ................n Willow Ruth Hammond won the i 1-Monday afternoon. f lilii'" .-

I boor prize. Punch and cookies I Little McKinny spent last week ,

LAKE GENEVAby PINE LEVEL were Ruth.sisted served by her by sister-in-law the hostess Willow as- I at Daytona. and Mrs.Beach.G. McKinny of 1Mr. I i HOT DRIVING ?

Blanche Cunningham.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ by Mrs. IL M. McRaeiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Starke were visiting her parents. I
I Mrs. Chastain. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. John Moody Sunday.
II I II J. Brannen and Raleigh Brannen The Bible cShool started at i COOL OFF with a set of crisp, absorbent straw SEAT

I attended the funeral Willie COVERS. New materials add longer life, more beautiful -
I Miss Danette Rae Hooper, We had a great day at Pine of the Baptist Church Monday and fit
i Knight near Lake Butler Monday lasting colors. Superb tailoring insures exacting
daughter of Mrs. I. J. Snow of Level church last Sunday with will close Friday night.

Church At The TabernacleSponsors Sarasota, and niece of :Mrs. dinner on the church grounds. afternoon. Mr. John urrency's children r CALL 239 --

I Blanche Cunningham and Ray Glad to have lots of our old Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray Sr. were his dinner guests Sunday. _

Sunday, June 27: 9:45 a.m. of the Gospel Taber- Forsythe, of Lake Geneva, grad- friends too rcany to name of Tampa spent the weekend with They were :Mr. and Mrs. A. Pad

Morning Worship Service "The nacle were welcomed back to the uated June 9 from the Sarasota them all. I their son. Rev. Po.. C. Gray Jr. and gett. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mc- And let Peg pick-up your.ear. .

( Guest"; 8 p.m. Evening Worship services Sunday night after a High School and was presentedthe Then Sunday afternoon. Brother family. Rev. Gray preached his Kinzy Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie PRICES START AT $14.95For
Service "The Use of the Word." annual scholarship by final in Coupes
nurses ordained into sermon Hampton Sunday
Alton Dobbs was Gables
short vacation in North Carolina. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
I Wednesday, June 30: 7:30 p.m. the hospital auxiliary. Danette evening.W. .
the with 13 ministers
ministry Surrency. The presented him witha
The regular prayer service will not Two members of the group, i,{rs. served as a student aide as part H. U.
. I present, including Dr. R. D. Engle. TV set for Father's Day. CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
be held due to the pastor"s absence Jennie Thornquest and Mrs. Mable I of her diversified cooperative of Berea Baptist church, Jackson- On Thursday evening the W.
!! ; 8 p.m. Adult Choir prac- ]Mersereavi accompanied them on training program at the school, and M. U. Mr. Jack Schnell and Mr. S. N.
at the
vine, and Rev. J. E. Murrhee, of njet Baptist Church
I tice.Thursday. I their trip.During. I was on duty for four hours, five Buford Grove Baptist church Hil- with nine members present. Mrs. Hess of Evansville Ind.. were Radio Seat Covers Upholstering

July 1. 3:30 p.m. the absence of the sponI I days a week since Sept. 1953. liard. The Pilgrim meeting at Mary Birt had charge of the pro- visiting in Graham Monday after- Starke, Fla.
Junior Choir practice cancelled, She will enter training at St.
sors the weekly meetings were in the church last Friday night was gram. The topic was "Proclaimingthe noon.Mr. ,-
due to pastor's absence; 7:30 p.m. charge of the men of the church Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville.Her also well attended.Mr. Savior to the Philippines." and Mrs. John: McKinny

I Board of Deacon's meeting post- who had out of town speakersfor mother was the former Ruby Mrs. Home, Mrs. Birt read-, went shopping in Gainesville last
Mrs. R. C. Groover,
poned one week. Forsythe of Lake Geneva.Mr. and '-
the Sunday services. ing out of the Royal Service Book. Thursday.
The pastor will be teaching at and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand of Miami spent Monday night -
I The young men from Toccoa The scripture was given by different GREATESTAIR
Camp O'Leno, at O'Leno State I Ij three children are spending a with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McP..aeand
Park the remainder of this week I Falls Institute presented a varied twoweek'acation with relativesand family. Also Rev. and Mrs. members.

and from June 23- July 3. He will j musical program Tuesday night, I friends in Connellsville and Alton Dobbs, of Starke were Prayers were offered by Mrs. A 30-mile-an-hour at levelof CONDITIONING VALUE !

fill the pulpit at this church both followed by a gospel message by Pittsburgh, Pa. :Mr. Forsythe is evening dinner guests.Mr. Gray. Mrs. Birt, and Mrs. Brown.A 1 to 2 feet above ground will

on Sunday June 27 and July 4. Dr. H8 S'lon Brown. The group employed in Palatka. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and special offering of $6.00 was exert a pull of 2,000 to 4,000
left Wednesday to fill an en- Friends of the popular Craig Mrs. Alice Crosby of Tampa, given for :Miss Norma Sweeneywho

VACATION: BIBLE SCHOOL gagement at Pensacola. Clisson will be pleased to know he were visiting relatives in Jacksonville soon plans to leave for Bra- pounds and acre over average I r New Admiral

J AT AIR PARK BAPTIST has been able to return to his Monday.Mrs. zil as a missionary in child land surfaces.-U. S. Soil Conservation -

LADIES NIGHTAT home1 here following a major J. W. McRae and sons evangelisim. Service Research Re-
Vacation Bible School will begin BAYLESS HIGHWAYThe operation in St. Vincent's hospitala were ports. I
I Edwin. James Danny During the social hour Mrs. Air
:Monday at the Air Park Baptist Associational Brotherhoodwill few weeks ago. He is doing visiting her son Arley McRaeat I Kad Watterson and Mrs. Frank r i Conditioner

Church beginning at 8:30 a. m. I as well as can be expected. Craigis Crystal Lake, where Arley is
a ladies night at the Thomas served home churned
and will last for one week. All area supervisor of the Game
Alachua County
Eayless-Highway Missionary Bap- working for the peach ice cream and cake.GRAHAM.
children are invited to attend this and Fresh Water Fish Commission one day last FRIGIDAIRE
tist Church on June 25 at 8 p. m. Recreation Dept. ,
school. Enrollment and a parade supervising activities in part of
will take place at the church today Everyone is cordially invited. Clay, and all of Bradford and week. Mrs. Russell Thomas ''' ..
Mr. and
(Friday) at 3 p. m. Union Counties.Mr. were visiting their son-in-law and
BROTHERHOOD and :Mrs. Harry Irwin, of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 1 I FRIGIDAIREMade

Connellsville Pa., stopped by on Melrose Sunday after-
I Williams at i only by General
their way to Tampa for a brief Mrs. John
The Associational meeting
I I Motors All other
Corp. -
stay with the Forsythes. Mr. Irwin noon.Mrs.
hp New Rive Baptist Brother- Jack Spencer and baby
hood will be held at Bayless Highway | is employed as a railroad con- were visiting her sister Mrs. I Electric Refrigerators are
'ductor. made by other companies
Church on Friday. June 25. I Grady Nettles, in Jacksonville Mr. C. C. Wynn of Starke spent!
Mr. E. O'Nell retired railroader and cannot use the word
Missionary with Mr. and Mrs. John
at 8 p. m. The Associational last week. Monday
left to spend the summer in the I
I Rev. Mervin V. Stedhamwill Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp of McKinny.Mr. Frigidaire.
north. He expects to return in the I
speak on "Our World Mission Heilbronn section, and Mr. and and Mrs. Clyde Stricklandand
fall as he has purchased propertyhere
Task". This'will be Ladies and will improve it and Mrs. Robert Myrick and children, children of Nichols were \I Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE L a,

Night and everyone is cordially build.TTTTTTTTTTTYYTTTTTTTTTTT. of Starke were visiting the H.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harley
invited. Refreshments will be M. McRaes Thursday night of last, Starling over the weekend.Mr. i ? ?

served. week. Z. T. Youngblood of Sarasota -' 1 THEN
SEE UxM 7507S ft H*. '
Thinks We I -W. H. Williams president Mrs. Laura :McRae of Waldo,,, spent the week here with his -
Grandpa I
spent Sunday and Monday witt sister, Mrs. John McKinney. :\
the Seashore SMITH I
Moved to E. H.
Keystone Heightsby
: the H. M. McRaes. :Mr. and :Mrs. V. L. McKinne; : Sensational new ?{ horsepower Admiral

Since We BoughtOur FILL DIRT \ Miss Ardelia Hall, of Jacksonville ,' of Daytona Beach have movec III I cools room area of more than 500 sq. ft.! 0 N Lv I
RCA Mrs. .
Sara McDonaldu.u..u.ul..u..u
Crosby back to Gainesville. ':
visiting Miss Joyce Tenth and Temple Ave. Ventilates, dehumidifies and pumps out
Room Air Conditioner : GOOD RICH I and her aunt, Mrs. Robert t I Rev. and Mrs. Crosby werl'visiting
\ Starke, Fla.That's stale, stagnant air.Plusfamous $ 9 5
You ll feel better, too. Myrick at Starke. Mr. and Mrs. John Mood) I: Admiral
fresh, cool, invigorating in the air I TOP SOILSee i' Miss Chicago Gertrude to visit Houser her brother.has goneto I Miss Betty Jo Starling ane 1 d. ___-, design. No extention into room. Drapes, 2 9 9 _
will give everyone
Starke wen
Thomas of
Col. Mrs. Carolyn Business Venetian blinds close easily over it.
family a new lease on life I j and John McDowall left Our t
the year 'round. I this week for Michigan where they I visiting Miss Barbara Jane Thomas G 4 S S Jiffy installation! Plugs in like radio.

I will visit relatives.Mr. Monday afternoon.Mrs. 4 If It's Glass We Have It! All at typical low, low Admiral price!

Chas. C. ShepherdTV r BILL JACKSONJackson and Mrs. C. E. SIpe have Laura Underhill McRae visited and Mrs Mrs. % I CALL WRITE or VISIT I II I

Transfer Compaa: gone to Pennsylvania for a few Margie Underhill Tuesday.Mr. ; a AIL-NEW MODELS TO FIT YOUR AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS
weeks. will attend Jack Glass Co ,
They a family Joe Peers
Radio Seat CoversPhone !: Phone 165 i ,reunion. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby am \
239 Starke FU: New i Come in. See. Today! I
i children and Miss Delores
I' Mr. Earl Mechlen and his daughter e ft FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Mrs. Holl and her four children mans of Bayless Highway, wen We Design Modern Store Fronts

"_ _-: <. ,, :' H .'_-- '- .o-iiJ: ; 7j'" .. U $ came down this week from visiting the H. M. McRaes Sunda;Yi Just Mail Us A Pattern for ; FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
Pittsburgh to visit Dr. and Mrs. afternoon. :
I&11. Table Tops ,,

Miss Elgen "Scotty" Kerrigan .t7_"_._._. _. _._. ............................. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 Starke Fla.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke has gone to Saranac for the sum- I IHAMPTON'

mer.Mrs.. Libby Campbell and chil- --
dren have gone to Virginia for two
months. by :Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Mrs. E. Stitchberry has been in && CAR
a hospital in N. Carolina but is Knowlhe C .7c4

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town impro l1ng.: They expect t a
home soon as she is able to travel. son of Eau Gallie are spending 1t p

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mr. and Mrs. Stuckey are backin week with their daughter and son-

Keystone for a while. They are in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edward

staying in Mrs. Campbell's house Saxon and daughter Gail

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. for the present. Mr. and Mrs. George Williamsand 'and you'll a FORD
Mrs. James Perry and son drove I son. Howell spent last gel

I Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. i Ito Atlanta this week. Mr. Perry Kingsley Lake. Mrs. T. F.
flew up to ;yin them over the Brown; substituted as postmaster

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. weekend. Their daughter will return Mrs. J. H. Parker has returned ;

with them. to her duties at the Farm Colony -H _. .- .. _,L _... .._ ,_._ _- ,..... ,
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: ., : :: = : Ulenda Whitesides is back froma : : : ;;;
Va- after a two weeks vacation. I ; 'WIH.$: :pri "Jci: rO=:$;!, : : JQ; :wi"$: : f R" :Wi.ij"j :. "iji jj [Yi$ '

'- .." .- '..... two weeks stay in the Bible Bobby Jernigan of Pensacola, -- __ -- -- .._ ,- coo q_ _oc ___ J:' '_ :..: _'::.'_:' : -: : -':':;'_-=!,:'': ':.::'_ ._:_ -:: .:;,.; ',_ .'
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camp Air Force, is
member of the
Mrs. Whitesides' father, A. a Only Ford has DRIVE OlYootOllAl OVERDRIVE unuTICNW
City. his aunt, Mrs. Raleigh FORD Only V-8 ill its field FORD
BE SURE TO HEAR C. Porter, has been very ill at his visiting BoI'-Joint Susp.nsienCAR
Brannen and family.
home in Charlotte, N. C. FORD
Walter W. Finnegan son of Mrs. Debbie, youngest daughter of C Outmoded Sixes only I CAR C Old4ashioned kingpin I3I.l. V.111S m m YES

'Religion Suited To Taste' Southerland, received his dischargefrom Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill, is re- type i.L. SIX ns m YtS
the army at Ft. Benning last covering from Old-lashioMd kingpin
CAR P Outmoded Sixes only CAR P
C. Hill Jr.,
Sgt. and Mrs. C. CAR C
week and is now in Keystone visiting type YES 110 10
his mother. He will go July who had spent sometime with his I1H.,. SI1

Sunday Night 1st to Washington, D. C. where he parents at Pamona Park called Ford's new V.block V-8 is the most modem This advancrA new suspension makes all han- l25.l.. SIX 10 ND YES

will be connected with the Inter- .on the Don Hills one day last engine in the industry! And it's the only V.8m ding easie. .all riding smoother.The magic

national Business: Machine Co. i week enroute to Belleville, HI. I the low.price field! It bas deep.block, low- In the staled Ball-Jants which replace old- CARP YES YES II

First Baptist Church HamptonBy Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kyle went !where he is stationed. I Indian design for smooth, gas.saVlng "G0." fashioned kingpiru and hinge.bke (JOints. 1DU... SIX
Slade and 110... SIX 110 110 YES
last week to Orlando and Cler- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon I ,

mont to visit Mr. Kyle's brother. Mr and Mrs. Coalsie Rigdon visited -

Another brother from West Vir- father William Slade, at __ -- -._--- -_... '-
Pastor Merle Packham their -if i-- .. ., : ;". :..
ginia accompanied them. St. Luke's Hospital in Jackson- j J: ,9' J S: "t .J.Y 't

Mrs. C. E. Sipe and Mrs. SaraD. "' ,;.. _f__ __ _. ." ____
vile Sunday. Mr. Slade is recovering -
Sunday School 10 a,m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. I .
McDonald entertained last
'Thursday with two tables of Canasta an operation #'ifh... Clean, crisp, trend-letting lines N I

"Come Worship With Us"YOU I at the home of Mrs. Mc: .I is doing fine. :, S A truly modern, long, low, sleek silhotretle.e ,
Mr. and :Mrs. Emory Brown and
Donald. During the party Mrs. Smooth, graceful fender ,tine.s r ,
,_ __" ___ .__ ____- :__, __ ':" ". {; : !i ::'." A. J, Williams was presented with ,I son. Randall, spent Sunday at Low, subtly-curved: modern headline. d FORD I
Lake Johnson.
I d shower of handkerchiefs honoring Fashion-tailored interior fabrics and trim.
i i Mr and Mrs. Milton Mosher wins on c:;h 0 I c:;. I
her birthday. I .. WHICH NO OTHER CAR IN fOBD'S f/OT CAN MATCH '
CAN SEND i4 The Keystone Contract Bridge':[are rejoicing over the birth of a y 28 models, t
. (71 Y:?ALL OVER \ : Club held their weekly duplicate j
F '
i turday June 19, at the
:pijy on Tuesday, June 15. Mr. and AlarhU3.1 ,
THE a -YDF Mrs John Powers were first with i iOoneral Hospital in I

I: 45 points; Mr. Ketchem and Mr. ;I TIe little Miss tipped. the scales !

Phillips of :Melrose were second I at 6 Ibs. 7 oz. Mother and daugh- f 1 \ ;
x ,
I I..thU I 1-2 points and Mrs. Elmer I jtp'- doinefine.. Ford wins on the t

ONE OF THE VALUABLE II I Livingston and Mrs. Pat Fraher Rev a :-l Mrs. R. C. Gmv are '
FUNCTIONS BANKS OFFER Acit third with 41 points. I.'"""nd'.n: their vacation in Indiana. sr +

IS A SYSTEM FOR i Tailor Morris Martin, son of Ohio. Pennsylvania and New York. a.

REMITTING MONEY TO 1' Mr and Mrs. W. M. Martin left I|I Mrs Jessie Chastain was a business "deal too 4 4

FOREIGN COUNTRIES, K imddy: for Parris Island. S. C., caller! in Waldo Thursday -
I here he is a Marine private. He morain;. $
has been visiting his parents for Rev. Merle Packham of Theres- ,
IMPORT TRADES. ten days following his basic train- sa has arcpoted the call as pastor : Come in and

iU AtTK .ng for the First Baptist Church of

1, FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton. i ii .
Ill\\ I The new seats have teen orderedand i> Clinton Boatwright of South
\111" owr.rr are expected to be installed Bay Fla. called on his sister, :; get the score

within the next couple of weeks. ,Mrs W. N Jackson. Tnesdav. i

Management and Labor working together can Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond }
Plans are being made for the
Bible School which and daughter Willow Ruth attended -
Daily Vacation ,
guide our nation to even greater achievements.Our will be conducted August 2nd a reunion at the home of r x -

I!through 13th. All boys and girls, their son. John Hammond on I da/ :

greatest success and achievements can be |ages 4 through 16, who are spend- Crystal Lake Sunday. Those at- .5

ling the summer in this vicinity, tending were Mr. and Mrs. W j

attained only by honest dealings by both Labor 'are invited to come. ,E. McComas and daughter. Del-I

The ladies who can help with phine of Ruskin, and mother. !

and Management the teaching, refreshments or Mrs. Ellen McComas of Baltimore -I

transportation are asked to con- I MA; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence i

tact Mrs. Marie Parker Phone Pamper- Mr and Mrs. Fred ] F.CJL

<::amr-son: Mr. and Mrs. J. H i

3082.Mr. I Tullis and Sam Nicholson of Key-
and Mrs. John R. Feldman.
Jr., who recently moved here from stone Heights. -
I Mrs. John Hammond of Crystal Motor Co.Phone
Starke were welcomed as new Andrews
Lake was hostess to a Supper
/ members Sunday. I
FLORIDA BANK at STARKEMember ware party at the Hampton Community -I .

I' Those who ;;awaiting baptism Center Monday evening.Mrs. .

'are asked to come prepared Sunday White of Gainesville was the
Florida National Group ; June 27. The Baptismal demonstrator. Fourteen guests 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORID

Service will be held immediately |were present. Games were played.
IfOllO\\ing the Morning Worship ''Mrs. Clarence Sampson of Key- GREAT TV FORD THEATRE W IBR-TY. SUNDAY, 6 P.M.r .

I stone Heights won two prizes and ,


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New ConstructionUps I Fond Farewells at Hampton I Public Schools Seek Attempt To Halt and they decided as a safety mea-

: 30 More StudentsFor Sewell sure Circuit to open Court it up again.Clerk Charles

Swimming GroupsBradford Drainage Well Darby requests that anyone going

Tax Revenue near the well exercise caution; as

II I __ High School is addingwo Honored W jr Causes 'Shake Up' it is potentially dangerous.

I F more teachers to its swimming There have been complaints from

An increase of $252,677 of taxable _ program Monday, and it's 1 A.tmg HP the suggestion that fishermen lately that Sampson

assessments has been re- ooking for 25 to 30 more students the drainage well at Sampson I Lake is so low now that outboard"kickers"

centJy added to the tax roll of for both the morning and after- For Lake should be shut off. County are touching bottom or

Bradford County according toj I noon swim sessions, P. T. Nolin Sanitarian Jack Trawick, along I other obstructions, that the see
no reason for
pumping more water
Gene Long, tax assessor. Figuredat I said this week. with Dave Paulk went out thereon I out.
the lowest tax rate of about Nolin estimates that 90 or 100 Bond -i--- Wednesday
1. Trawick stated that in his belief
36 mills $36 thousand. this students have been attending the Trawick
or succeeded
per : it in shuttingoff the well would soon be inoperative
means an added income to the morning Red Cross swimming %. j4_ the water. but in a few moments anyway, due to the low
county of over $9,000. 1 % classes for the past two weeks. Sales he and Paulk became level

The county tax roll' is growing, and he says about 30 or 40 have ALc1i alarmed when the earth surround The drainage well at Sampson

Long reports. In 1952 it was v been enjoying the recreational ing the well! shivered and shook: Lake is part of a county wide

J6.099.817: in 1953 it was $6.364- ._ swimming every afternoon. Doyle Conner, (left) presents W. B. Sewell witha and began to cave in. I I drainage system; it is designed to

623; and in 1954 it stands at s1p Any child of school age is lapel pin awarded to him for his outstandingwork Trawick and Paulk also shivered]prevent the lake from over-flowing

$6,761,62. This represents an in- '- ,- .,c. '- eligible for the swimming. Buses &'i Bradford Savings Bond Chairman. ,and shook (quite understandably) ji j i and flooding other areas of the
crease of $661,855 in the last two leave the USO Building at 9 a. m. county.
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years, and does not include rail- and 3p. m. i I

load and telegraph assessments. | Noun said that about 25 or 30 Bradford County Winton ParrishIn Lake Butler showed an even Florida Leads Nation

which are made by the railroad .z-- ,_-. :students are taking advantage of Auto MishapWinton greater increase with $575.03 in

tax commission. I I -Polaroid i Minute Photo by the Telegraphi I the school's library program under Excels In Sale March, and $714.64 in April. Woodland Fires

Long attributes this increase to i |the supervision of Librarian Cleo : Parrish. of Lawtey, sufI Lawtev showed a decrease

new construction in the county. i Rev. Bob Gray and family (minus one) are shown at the farewell : Andrews. He encourages the chilI I I Of Savings Bonds i I feted a broken collarbone and from $374.87 received in March Florida had more woods firej
'dren to check out books during II iI{lacerations to his face and arms, |to .$28-1.08 in and more acres burned m 1953
aa well as equalization actions, } dinner on the grounds held Sunday afternoon at the Hampton Baptist II AprtLj
the summer months. I I when the car he was driving over- than any other state in the nation.
assessments against j showed
and proper a good ingoing
I jump
Church. Bradford County climbed over.turned early last Saturday morn- according to the United States
which incorrectly exempt I j from $291.93 :
ties were in
32 per cent in its buying of series :ing on the highway in front of the March to Forest Service. This bad record
under homestead' exemption. R. P. McLendon Tells "E" and "H" savings bond during {[State Prison Farm. I$392.79 in April. icsulted from more than 20.000

There will be a meeting of the'board Rev. Bob Gray Leaves Hampton Church :Rotarians How State the 12 months ending May 31. I J j, Prison attendants arrived at the !i Throughout the State. a total :,I wild fires that burned over .4,300

of equalization consisting I Tracks Down CriminalR. This year's total was $71.827 as !scene .of the accident first who, j of $3.505.597.92 in cigarette taxes I IpOO 1 acres of Florida's unprotectedland.

of the County commissioners on compared with $54,240 for last along with passing motorists who J was collected for the months of .

.July 6 in the courthouse, at which After Remarkable Building Program P. McLendon, identification year. |stopped. gave help. Parrish was I March and April. Of this amount I

time all taxpayers may present officer at the State Prison, Rai- I W. B. Sewell Bradford Coun-':carried to Dr. A. J. Barry, in I $771,107.19 went into the general Soils with shallow surfaces

protests against assessments. ty's Saving Bond Chairman was Starke, and thence to St. Luke's revenue fund and 2734490.73 overlying clay located on sloping
I j
I Rev. Bob Gray pastor of the of his congregation.Rev. ford was guest speaker at the awarded recently with a lapel hospital in Jacksonville where he was distributed to eligible muni I land are most susceptible to erosion -

Korean Exploits First Baptist Church of Hampton :, Dray credits his weekly Rotary Club Wednesday and gavean pin for his outstanding work in t'is I at present.No I cipalities. by water. ,

delivered his last two sermons 'dvertisements in the Telegraphfor interesting account of the :., cause for the accident has
selling bonds. The award was pre- _
Portrayed in Film Sunday and bid goodbye to his I much of his success, especially methods used by his departmentin sented by Rep. Doyle Conner asa been determined. i.. 1i. -- ..

followers at dinner the in the church's activ- I helping sheriffs' offices throughout I
Florida Theatre many a on publicizing
At surprise at this week's meeting :
grounds. i' ties to persons living outside of the State in tracking down of-the Methodist Men's Club. Cigarette Tax \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

Men of the Fighting Lady". Rev. Gray left behind one of I Hampton. I criminals and solving baffling May's bond purchasing total

playing Sunday and Monday at the the most active rural churches in "When I first came here I 'crimes. I was $2.962 which brings the Funds IncreaseFor

Florida Theatre brings to the Florida; a church that he has I'couldn't cash one of the church's I McLendon, who has been em- county's total for the first five

,screen the dramatic story of U. S. built up almost singlehandedly; $5 checks in Starke for some'ployed at the prison for the past months UD to $36.105 as comparedto

Navy jet pilots in action over during the five and a half years' I'church supplies. No one had ever 20 years, gave a step by step account $33,073 for a similar period Local TownsAlong

Korea. that he served it. I I''heard of it," he said. "Now everyone of the manner in which the last year. The five-month increase t
The star-studded cast includes: I' has heard of the church and I 1
In a community that registered three desperate criminals convicted of about 10 per cent is equal to with other communities RADIOAND

Van Johnson Walter Pidgeon. onlv 295 white residents in the',T feel that our advertisements of the murder of D. L. Siloox that of the state average. !' in Bradford County the City of
Keenan Wynn, Frank Lore joy. had a lot to do with it."
1950 census Rev. Gray preaches, here several The total Starke received sizeable ) l'reaseiin
Martin. years ago were ap- county's yearly was
Lo'7S! Calhern and Dewey
to audiences of 200 almost Rev. Gray will accept the pas- | I both March and Apnl of its
The film is based on James A. over prehended.The 20 per cent over the state average I
Wichener's story "Forgotten weekly and has a church membership -, torate of the Trinity Baptist !I speaker was introduced by and 24 per cent over the average I:!share of cigarette tax money coi- TELEVISIONSales
I ''Church in Jacksonville. will be '
He !'ected by the State Beverage De
Heroes in Korea", and Michener of 325. I I'I'I Sheriff P. D. Reddish who had .for north and west Florida coun-
I _
succeeded': at Hampton by Rev. i II ",.,.,
himself is depicted as one of the I The church often meets its ,"harge of the program. ties. 1 partment. .-
I'Merle Pakham of the '
Hope Baptist Starke received $2.852 88 in '
players in the picture. weekly goals of 200 for Sunday Church j Sewell said that the state total i iI *ts" '
at Theressa.
March, an increase of $22085 -
Frank Lovejoy's sub-helicopter's .School.: 150 for Training Union i for May was $5.536.988 worth of and Service
I During Rev. Gray's pastorate Dad Plans 1| that of March '53 _
over in April.S3fl26.93.
gyrations in the role of Commander and 120 for the Wednesday "Hour Big !:bonds, which represents a 13 per I ; .
I II at Hampton the church was I I' I
remodeled an increase of $338.17over
Paul Grayson, the squadron 10f Power" prayer: meeting. Five cent gain from last May. The
and enlarged the Sun-Second Annual i I II April in '53. 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
leader whose almost suicidal I years ago it could muster only national total of $354 million

low-level attacks on the enemy 123 for Sunday School. I.day school plant was built and 1' !, dollars worth of bonds is the best I I Starke's steadJy rising revenue = _---

fcave forced him on one mission t,') "Billy an attractive parsonage was con- Holiday ShutdownEightysix ;i May sales in nine years. from cigarette taxes is attributedto
Rev. Gray's powerful
ditch into: the sea, form a highlight I structed. The Hampton Church i I i two factors: 1) the enlarging '

cf this exciting film. Graham-like" delivery coupled was awarded second place for. of the city limits and 2t 1 heavy
I Bradford County Has Sell It Rent ft Trade It
with his friendly simple manner Florida in the Sears-Roebuck 1953 employees will get : traffic on Highway 301. Revenue

CARD OF T1LANKS has endeared him to the hearts Town! and Country Contest. vacation checks from Big Dad i High Traffic Death from this source is now appreciably -

I wish to express my deepest Several Hundred Boys' Carl Roberts Plans their Manufacturing vacation Co.period this beginning.Tune week for: Rate For 3 Months other larger cities than in the that state received of about by : WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

appreciation to my many friendsat 25 and ending July 6. the size.Cigarette .
Bradford had same
WOW OutingAt To Leave Starke I County twice the
ths; time for each kind thought. Enjoy The whole Big Dad plant will tax money received : Low Rates Good Results To
number of traffic deaths per 100 Easy Place
card, and floral gift to my hus- Camp BlandingSeveral For Quincy Band PostCarl shut down for the vacation period. by the other towns in this vicini-
million vehicle miles travelled in .
j SOc
band while in the hospital the past Cliff Suttles plant manager, said ty for the months of March and
three and a half years; also for hundred youths enjoyedan Roberts owner of Robert's today. Suttles explained that Big the first three months: of this year April follow: I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

their kindest sympathy and beau- encampment at Camp Blanding ;| Jewelry and former bandmasterat Dad cannot operate on a piece than the state of Florida averagedas Brooker. with $175.03 in March imCOIAT OF IS PER CENT OV TWO OR MOKE I9RRTOS23e

tiful floral contribution, at the this week sponsored by the Wood-j[ Bradford High School an- meal vacation plan because each a whole. I I and $301.39 in April. showed a ;I .\ FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS *OT PAID l\ \DV\MK

time ot his passing. Sincerely men of the World. The expense- nounced this week that he will unit is dependent upon the workof Three persons were killed during.I sizeabl increase over the $175.97

-Mrs. R. A. Newsome ,paid encampments will be given leave Starke around July 1 to i the other units. He said that I January to March period, giving received in February. I UEMORI.YMS, CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS We Per Un.I .

I to 700 boys and 70 or 80, spon- i I become director of instrumental the plant shut-down vacation plan the county a 14.6 death rate per Hampton received $71.60 in I (COUNT I 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

FYTTTYTYYTYYl ..... sors in encampments here and music at Quincy High SchooL I was adopted last year and that 100 million vechicle miles. The March, and $89.39 in April. I

in Panama City this summer. Roberts will succeed Carlton the week embracing July 4 was, state average death rate was 7.6. Keystone Heights jumped from

BIG DADHappenings Early this week over 200 boys Mason, president of the Florida found to be most satisfactory for Bradford Oounty had a total of I $527.81 in March to $672.94 in I II WK Friday HAVE and SQUARE Saturday DANCES out m on

from Gainesville Perry. Lake Bandmaster's Association. He the employees. I 14 persons injured in the 30 reI I I miles from Starke on the Keystone
I A. J. Thomas Starke. Fla. Road at the
:City. Tallahassee. Chattahoochee taught music at BHS for four Suttles said that any employee ported accidents for that period Everybody welcome.Friendly come on Stop out

Quincy Havana, and Jacksonville vears beginning in 1949. Roberts'who has worked at the plant for i i I two of the accidents resulted in HIS 4tp T 13

I took part in the; program of base- has been on a leave of absencefor lover three months will draw a'''fatalities.I I WANTEDOLD FOR SALE POWER LAWN MOWER for rent

By ClaJr LazonbyIAIAAAAALAAAAAAAAAALAAAL ball, swimming, organized games, the past year. I vacation check. The amount of I j I Dade County had 48 persons t by tion.the Temple hour at Ave.Tlny'i Service Sta

and other features of the camp. Roberta has been in business I the check will depend upon theemployee's !I,I killed in the period specified but FOR SALE tfchg

During the latter part of the here for about three years. He I individual production:I its death rate per vehicle miles ;SO: Imp.Acre paittare raarh, Itmrrt.mataral part water I., OLD RAGS WANTED-Beet price
!came here from Leesburg. He record. Some employees will draw. .>. o. paid for good clean cotton rag*. I
Mrs. Dora Sink left Saturday week boys from Starke, Pensa- I driven was less than the state RAGSBEST modera home H "> No khaki or wool Telerrmnh.
'organized full week's the I Mate HlKhwar. Price fUMWe.Mt
[ the BHS band when he a wages during
for an extended visit with friends cola. Madison, Live Oak, Palatka, I average. Palm Beach Hills- : S8.OOO.OO dow. ,.,...t, bal.
arrived in 1949. vacation period. I WILL SELL you an attractive ub-
and relatives in North Carolina. I I IMrs. Sneads. and Woodville will take I borough. Polk. and Duval County term uroan home with plenty of apace

Ethel Mazo of Mffledge. ;part in the program. Rifle matches Roberts said he wishes to express 1' I followed Dade in order of traffic 70 ...n. Rood farm I.... :2 _I. for garden and chickens. All con
his appreciation to the local I Council Zones from tow.. freatlBK Statelllgbnar. venienees. with terms you can at-
TiHe Ga., is visiting her daughter,will be added to Friday and Satur- I school officials I deaths showing that South: Florida :, PRICES PAID "."e.a offer ford. W. H. Nollwan 1 201 West
and to the
and son-in-law, the Wilbur Kines. day's schedules, and special instructional people Madison and Water !is greatly affected by the miles of Madilon. tfchg
of Starke and Bradford Countyfr ForGood 20 ...r... part U raltlvatloa. 31
Wynelle Christmas' absence from ; programs will be presented their I. tourist driving during the winter j large prraa tree. shady. oak.. SALESMAN WANTED: Opening
cooperation with his ef Streets for BusinessThe
her work at Big Dad is due to the by the Game and FreshWater I !I months. I Ideal far hoar, I *11. fr.. now in t'nion County for profit.
forts. CleanCOTTON Starkr *3,000.00. able Home Service Business with
Fish Commission and the
illness of her mother. I I
well known
City Council passed an or- Rawleigh Product>
Guest of Willia Mae Richard- Florida Highway Patrol. To figure the number of acres Modern :i bedroom dwelling I. St'eIrs.. Lillian Dunn. Box 257Camexville.
Masons Hold dinance last week zoning MadisonAve. I RAGS StarLe XUOO.OO S5OO.UO dowa.balanre Fla or write Rawleigh's
son over the weekend were Mr. j Special for business from Cherry St. in an area. multiply the number I mvataly.en Oept. FAF-270-45 Memnhio -.

and Mrs. Juilus Rainey from Tam 'Marilyn Cox Wins Meeting TonightBradford I to Water St., and along Water St. ', of sauare feet in it by 23 and !: t borne aader eomttmrtloB I; Tenn 41p 6OTft1 t'-

pa. :2nd 4-H AwardAt to South St. II (I point off six places. I Ii la Marie. *"',3ixt 110 to tlO.WO.OO.. I (' crninFOR IUS
Mr and Mrs. C. W. F M \ \. and t'.II.fl..I. I BLK
Rushing Lodge 35. & A The move was made to assist
I available.er ST\HKI-: IrE ('0. tf
from Starke was visiting her sistt"r. Short Course will hold a special meeting Fri- the County Commissioners in obtaining -, _

Mrs. Marvin McNiel In Jack-: lay June 25 in the Masonic i a right-of-way for the I.i w.c.T.u."ONLY loe Station.turr, Hardware.. _ot..l.. Store.dmrlnirBt "Kiajcrumera 1 "OR RENT at BUR(Tnfnrnitihed Station. house Inquire tf-

sonviMe last weekend. I i Marilyn Cox. daughter of Mr Temple located at Orange and widening of Highway 100 at the doiag nice boniaeM.For I

}'[rs. L. E. Peele Sr. from Hamlet and Mrs E L. Cox of Starke. Call Sts.. at 8 p m. Worshipful corner of Madison and Water. The i THE HOME.: THE ,II Bradford County lfT'. GO FISHIXi
: these and other bargain nee
N. C. was visiting her son 'I won her second 4-H award whileat I Master Robert Barksdale will con- zoning affects both sides of the I jCHrRCII AND TilE SCHOOL. i iWORKING. !>r rail. :i TIIEVHK LIKE I.Ol'IILOOS.\BITINC I>

and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Girl's Short Course in Tallahassee -: fer the master masons degree portions of Madison and Water TOGEThER CAN Itlaek; Bass Speckled Perch ShellIrarkern.
Mrs L. E. Peele Jr.. last week. in the State 4-H reading upon Claude A. Morgan J. W. Streets that are involved. j I' STOP TilE MORAL DECAY RE- I Telegraph A. J. THOMAS I floe Cilia

The Starling family enjoyed a.lamp contest. With the help of her Willard. Ernest Triest C. W. The Council also changed their I'SITTING FROM TilE USE OF, ItKAL ESTATE! DEALER NORMtVS TOMB FISH TO CAMP

j and neighbor. she constructed ,meeting time from 7:30: to 8 p.m.lOn INTOXICATING BEVERAGES." I \\e llnte Kverrlhlag. For The
reunion at Kingsley Lake Sunda1bonoring | parents a Dickinson and J. W. Caldwell. ;iM 'ff'mpl.ve.. Telepkane 214Marke
Lonzo Starling Jr. and a reading lamp which All master masons are invited. ; the first and third Tuesdays (TilE NATIONAL VOICE) I Florida I FUhermaa cr/.....

Ins new bride. Lonzo is home on'|'she': placed fourth in the state. The regular bi-monthly meetingwill I during the summer months I -- ----- _
The Council also discussed the LET-J. D ODOR JR.
J eve from Michigan where he is.tationed. The award was an electric clock. I be held Monday June 23. at I WANTED Fresh Eggs. Frank' HAnLIiTorRCATTLE

I I donated by a power company in S p. m. in the Masonic Temple.The I progress paigns, and of their problems paving connected cam- BOOKKEEPING i; -Fine-- Food. H SALES A\D-HOGS

Benedict Finzer Jr.. office manaeer the state. entered apprentice degree will TOOK WANTED at New Kingsley Live Oak Each W.d......,
I with the
i rerouting of a ditch SERVICEBy Peach tf chK r.*,.....TltlV Fjirb FrUar
at Big Dad. is in St. Vin-I I Marilyn's first award on her be conferred upon R. J. Davis by through the Warren sub-division. ;i ,I

cent's Hospital and expects to be electricity project was her trip Junior Warden Gene Long. All FISH, BAIT-Li\e gray crickets. FOR RENT-Furnished apartment, I
home this weekend. I I to Girls' Short Course. Clay Electric ntered apprentice masons are in- (cHant and lied wiggler wArms. J I one bedroom and gla *ed-ln sleeping 1
I Red Pepper BuyerAt Former Corporation I miles north of Starke on 301. Look por'h. large living room,
Mrs Ollie Bell) Kapp of Middle- Cooperative Keystone Heights. vited. for the sign on right. George El-I kitchen and din nett.., 42* South
burg IS now working at Big Dad. sponsored in the counties it serves:i Brooker Market Comptroller IIH 3tp 3/25'; I St. or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe t'
4-H electricity program for the' Prison Pistol Club I II i RADIOS REPAIRED !
boys and girls. Marilyn tied for I,I There will be a buyer for solid LOCAL OFFICE : All Make All ModtU FOR SALE.-One Ivers & Pond up-

tey'' :tQMj i.IX-IT first plare with a boy from Clay. Holds Match Sundayi led pepper at the Brooker market : 600 Temple Avenue '. raconablr rbargra ,..ara.ted I derful right piano tone: fair reasonable condition.: phnneii won-

,- .- ---.- i I dais week, according to Ralph'' CHAS.'. C. SHEPHERD ._.ts- ;.t W Tall St ItCPg
County. j 'IIJ w. ( n st. Stark> Pk. ra
i The Florida State Prison Pistol ] Nettles Phone 69Jacksonville
TWO awards for her first year, market manager. The' FOR SALE-Porto: P.K-an sweet
I Fill '\1.1Sa.'rlfir.8
I Club will gather at the State I : cottagm ..
3-0567 M. Y"u cut
will be 80 p.tato'in. !< $3.SO pr
price cents bushel. 4 of them furnished 2 of
; per on acres
in the electricity is a
program ;: matches Bill Lane HeillironnSoring" !
i Prison Pistol Range for them. -
: (THEtt PtUMBINS JINGLES ; with containers returned to land., Kingsley Lake road near Ho
: wonderful beginning and much grow- ,
!ifunday afternoon at 2 p. m.I Sir 'klands Landing. E. F. I
I APE CEVISED ) ers. Peeled and scooped out water- Xu>rnb..rgrer. Itt. 1, ffox. 454,
I of her in the future in I' !
I j Matches will be held in each five j----T Ch/c. tyurteltf Stark-. Fla Up SALK' HALF PRICE on
ij TOXEEPYQUHAPPY 1'AND melon rind will also 4 itemsat
the way of accomplishments and the be purchased, I Lamps and other souvenir
"lasses from beginners to !
S-rviee Station. F-irmer -
SURPRpJJ I teaching others about electricity. [ Master Class with awards and at a price of from 2 1-2 to 3 centsa TOMATOES per hamper FOP.at CA-XIXG-at my place. You H Market Robs in Starke. All i ie cold

I I i! medals will be given to the winners pound. FLORISTCOLONIAL GOING on a trip? drive one mile past State Farmer:' drink "io ttt.

i Humphreys Gold | to the first second and third During the past week about Market Noegel's m Grill.:301. turn first east place at over Joe FOR SALENo. 70 Oliver disc andrnltivator

'!Plans Annual Picnic I| nlace in each class. 2.000 hampers of pepper were sold Let us help banish those? Seaboard railroad is my place :Money Call Price at Pelican S350 Club.- I. Hi-J

I Membership is open to men and on the market, bringing growers worries about loss of persona!I Bring boxesRobert Runge.I 2tp. 72v.vi.tu I, V-"V it 11IIOR
: Humphreys Gold Corp. is planning I u-omen 18 and older. All competitors only 25 cents for choice pepper per property that too often de- I SALENew: Srhwinn bicycle

its annual fourth-of-July : must furnish their ownammunition. hamper and $I for fancy. He reports FLOWERSFor tract from vacation enjoy. Fl Ranrho-*Motel.uil-time maid. Apply ltchtV.NTEDrsed I I Ii w'n .t Jinll"-1f'v R"II' S'irmdas,
Ilf'ail! price $55. Will sell for $41.
!picnic for its employees on the The course will consist also that 144 hampers of ; ment. house trailer. Contact fan *n* fn at C. R. Sht'ph"rd'-

I sites of two Camp Blanding lakes. of 20 rounds from each of eggplant brought $1 to $1.25. j iI All Occasions I Shell Service Station in LawI -- Lawtey. Fla. liptRI.rS
'I three firing positions making a ji i A Personal Effects Policy wil I lto" B..X I 155.' UpI
:The picnic will feature swimming, PHONE 218 FOR SALE Xirohealthv Y'IURJl,'
total of 60 rounds needed for the CARD OF THANKS luggage. clothinj : stock in chinthilla" and
i bingo prizes jeep rides and free I j cO'erour FOR OT-3-room': : furnished I
New Zealand Whites Good meat
lefreshments. !I match. 1 1I i'and other personal property v r apartment.. up!'tair.'. $33 month. doe*. bred or ready to im-rd Will\
I We wish to thank all -\f.* 01.011. Ph 14 Ito
i Matches will be held each our many I ...11 t"rrt or any parr jf :a low I
all risk.
j Thi. vear's picnic will begin at friends for their expressions of (i) | against practically !3 prlre. Pee them on highway 21h !
[ fourth Sunday at 2 p. m.. and 'I XTF.O-For summer prneram: .
11 a. m. on Sunday. July 4. The( sympathy by letter. floral tributes. j of loss or damage. When you J i i Jigsaw puzzles and children's twe''n Keystone H-ithti and
everyone is invited to attend. the den Oroliok & Hit'.n II'
MCHFORFREDDIEINTHEMSRUNBYi oirnic for the white employeeswill I i i and other acts of kindness during ; pack, pack protection too! i pame Jenmngp.Please office contact phone 59-J.Florence r..*. nhone "irose.. fr. ;5-2775.; or write !
I TU. 1. M. lrn".. Fla <'n 7'*
be held Lake _
on Kingsley the illness and 3eath of Arthur II DISH GARDENS 1 31. It loth i
half mile south the: Change Made July 1 1I 1I I .
a of F. Murrhee.-Mr. and Mrs. T. C'I I LOST-In Starkepair of ladv'.. OPPOP'I""TTY-f". r..1,1.1. man i.
Enlisted Men's Club. The picnicfor In Driver's Test Booth and family, Gainesville. POTTED PLANTS I glasses, Miroon franio with or woman to make no to 140 a. \
flav Br.d.nntv
I calling on farmers in
rbineitons in mrnersi. Large: rim'
tht colored employees will beheld I Jf-tra *? P- Part or f"ll time
9t Telerranh
Effective July 1. examinations CE.'lETERWORKIXG I II POTTERY j H. C. WALL office. lip "'1'10 V. "*!,... P O Rf-T 276
S .
on Lake \\1 ttemore. DeSoto Station Memphis. T nn.
I for driver's licenses will be given I FOR RENTFTRXISIIED ttn-Vt
The is I There will be at the Flowers JViredAnyuhere
picnic for Humphreys ;only once a week on Monday At- a working I i AGENCY
I and DuPont employees their New River Baptist Church Ceme- W'-"PT'-M&" OR wn"s to<
,jternoons, 2 to 5. according to ..iItr4h..tp WotVinisprrwlnrr Nstinnllv.t
families and any guests who are Examiner Earl A. Gore. instead tery on Thursday July 8. Dinner j Phont 146 APPLY "'verti.o4 to etsihlhhdm1ttomr

.: visiting them at that time. Theyare on the grounds and a social gathi M.JRTLVS FRUIT STAND In StarV. Fn'l or part
-. .4 I of twice a week as previously. i( 200 E. Call Street time Ezumlncs unlimited. No ear
sponsored annually by Hum- ering. getting ready for Hcme- Nona St. Starke
I The tests are given at the court- ; Sfarke or 0''''''' investment neoeswT 1
phreys. coming on July 18.-Z. W. Hamilton > FOR RENTrrm fnrnl"h..d. : will heln ron pet started Write
I house. :: pm-t.Tf -, s4 S rv.M. pt .
v -
W T 'r"t<"r "n this r.snP
church clerk. _-Jr ;; Phone 17"-W ttehg I for a personal interview It 'lg