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: July 2, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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't i.: 1954 WILL BE THIS ISSUE




DO YOUR PART Official County Publication Established In 1879 CONTINUOUS PUBLICATION:

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Green Pepper Tops Corn Has Volume, County's Road Construction Advances

All Other CropsIn I w F But Cukes LeadIn Rapidly As Condemnations Begin Soon

Brooker SalesThe June Revenue 1 .

1 Construction Begins This Week

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sale of green pepper at the <""otri recorded the biggest ; iOn Call St.
I : Widening
Brooker Farmer's Market out volume during June at the Starke ProjectBradford'

distanced the total of all other I Bet Farm! Market, but cucumbers 1
vegetables in total units and oroved to be the month's big County's road building program will reacha

revenue during the month of June. I i mono crop. Monthly totals show fever pitch shortly as condemnation proceedings are pre-

Market Manager Ralph Nettles i 1I l 709 crates of corn were sold at I dicted for all secondary road projects in the county in about
reports 16,135 bushels of pepper It hc! market for $15,329.75. On the Something- 10 days County Attorney Hollis ,r. Knight said condemnations -

sold for a total revenue of, other hand, 6.506 bushels of cu- > will begin next week for the Rosier Road and the State
1256417. nimbers sold for 516,440.50. t S Road Department will open bids on the project on July 8
Total units for June was) Was Total volume for June was
1 described, this bid will
cover surfacing about
22,461 and total revenue reached | 24 :n.si:! packages which sold for a -.,',;., .... '" .. "" '__ .- .-.".-" SUite 7.7 milesof
S-125 from State Road 200 (U. S. 301)
$20,7 28.91. Nettles said that local I! total of 4628350. Market ) northof
t ;
r tQAUttffER( {) Lawtey, west to the Union County line.
buyers are still buying red and i! Hot : MHnptrer M. P. Judd said that .
green pepper at the market but, ob Turner is still at the market New The long-awaited widening of

that most of the activity has "uvingred and halfredtorednenper f 3 : OTRTfN.: Highway Patrol Call St. also began this week. The
ended for the season. Turner is buying all the Burton Walker Construction Co.

Total units and revenue for Y JW> a ea nenrei that he can get. Has is tearing out the old curbing and
June were; Fordhook beans, 621,I fit- ; k r r Monthly totals for June are: t$ '::9JYRqGR $, 11 Riders sidewalk and will soon lay new

597840; Crowder peas, 1634, 7 'ucumbers 6506. 516,44050; ones two feet closer to the store

51573.80: white butter beans 1020 o- n. 11 709. 515.329.75; pepper, 4,3 During HolidaysFlorida's fronts. Walker said that he
$1329.55; white com 654. $854.60: 7 055; $10,692.15; peas 2,741, hoped to begin surfacing Call St.

speckled butter beans, 1185 5313235: Limas, 250, $506; egg ,.A PROMISE f. Highway Patrol will in about a month.

51733.17; black-eyed peas 210 plant. 75 $125.25; okra 15, $52.50; "' be out in force over the holiday'sm Curbs, gutters, and sidewalks

205.30: cranberry beans 45 $90; S. II. Hicks, Starke street superxisor. measures the bulge in a slab and total. 28.351.16.283.50.. Added 11 FULFILLED: hopes of preserving a safe and' have been completed on WalnutSt.

green pepper, 16,135 12564.17; j I I lof concrete pavement that buckU-d during Sun"'s torrid luatae.. sane July 4. The Patrol will also up to :Madison Ave. The con-
egg plant, 312 !356; cantaloupes j Hicks said that it N the first time in his sU or seven years experience t!, "i CHARLEY E.'JOHNS: 1 have one of its "Operation Holi- tractor has also laid forms for

50 $154: okra 37 $98.32; and that the pavement has buikled.hen measured the bulge was five ;Blanding Guard I I ',.". days" in which members of safety the curbs on Walnut up to Call
558, $791.50. I committees of civic
yellow corn, any organization St.
II inches high, but hicks said it was eight inches or more during: its ._
:Rates'Superior' are invited to ride with the An
peak. Temperatures of 108 !grees were recorded in some Southern i' eight-inch limerock base has
l[ .... :, : state troopers to see how they, been laid on U. S. 301 from the
Keystone Heights !I localitiesPularud Minute Photos b> the Telegraph- \\At Summer Camp I ,"., C--r. ... __ '.\, I operate. j I southern tip of the job up to the

I II I Road construction signs with their new addition, "A Promise Ful- Any interested person in Bradford -,railroad tracks south of the busi-
I Thieves Take $3000 In Goods I
County can contact Trooper j ness district. This base will be
Co. B, 748th Ordnance Bn., filled Charley; E. John.ill soon be popping up all over the county i
Fire Department I I C. Musgrove by calling Starke i covered with an asphaltic concrete
(Camp Blanding) returned from as the County Commissioners push full speed ahearf on obtaining I
from Heights' Business I 68-J. Musgrove invites riders to that will cover the entire widen-
Keystone summer field training at Ft. rights-of-ways for Bradford County's secondary road projects.>
!i make appointments with him for;ing project, making Call and Walnut
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Begins Fund Drive I A series of Keystone Heights I McClellan Ala. Sunday after winning Registration Books Commissioners l any time Saturday, Sunday, or similar to Temple Ave.

break-ins was climaxed last week | 'hre" other Kevstone businesses j a "superior" rating. The company Bounty I Monday. I The City of Starke has takenup

I when thieves broke into LindsevWalker's suffered relatively minor losses j won the McClamma trophyfor To Open July 16 i'Adopt BudgetThe I Florida hopes to better its markof I parking meters along Call St.

Keystone Heights Volunteer service station and from recent break-ins. They are; highest qualification firing on I only two traffic deaths during and is laying underground cableto
Fire will start it's Lee's Leo Hill's I Starke's books will Commissioners
Drive-In. registration
Department garage County met last year's July 4th holiday.
sporting goods center and took the over Hq. Detachmentand j I supply current for the street'snew
third annual drive for associate about $3000 worth of merchandise.The and the Keystone Lumber Company. range be open at City Hall beginning!p:Monday and approved the amended j To aid in this goal the Highway "white-way" poles that have
1. Associate Co. A of the battalion which 16 and ending Saturday for the 1953-1954 fiscal
memberships on July Friday July budget i Patrol makes the following
thieves made off with II been erected near the buildings.
members of the fire departmentare three new Johnson outboard motors About a month ago Shaughnes- are located in Jacksonville. The Aug. 14. The hours for year. The Commissioners, in effect ->suggestions: I I The city will also lower its water
all those who con- is donated the 748th registration are from 9 a. m. un- picked $7000 cash on hand ''.
persons four used outboard motors, f.v's packaye store on the Key- trophy by I up i 1) Start your trip early don't lines during the construction
tribute $5 or more towards the and an electric starter assembly. stone-Melrose road was broken Ordanance Bn. Commander, LtCol. til 5 p. m. on Monday through{that was not allocated and included rush. .1'period.On .
purchasing of the town's new fire Friday, and from 9 a. m. to 12 it in the year's budget.
worth of
into and $7000
They also took numerous tools +I T. E. McCIamma of Jackson I 2)) Be prepared for heavy holi- State Road 100 towards
truck. noon on Saturday.All No funds can be that are
taken. In that instance the I spent
and over 110 individuals items of day traffic and keep your head Keystone Heights, the Burton
C. J, Bastedo, chief of the volun- fishing equipment including several thieves pried open steel bars in I,ville.Capt.. J. H. Johnson company persons who have not pre- I not specified by the annual budget.. when driving, Walker Construction Co. is rapidly -
teer department, said that in the I rods and reels. I Ii order to break through f 4indoty. I viously registered and want to j The amendment was needed so 3) Don't speed. finishing its construction of abridge

past year the fire department has! vote in the city election on Sept. that the county would have opera Don't drink .jf ..da don't
i Other items reporting missing 41 ; you ',an-five. coverts. The
answered approximately 40 calls' 'Teen Town' Opens I 14'Will be required to register at ting funds to finish out the current ,drive. 75
were tiresv tubes, and electric I company may finish in about
Several wood months residencein I fiscal year ending in October.It .
in the Keyxtona area. these times. Six
fires were put out which seriously -!fan six"boxes of gum sport shirts, Friday Night At USO i i is made up of 55 men from Brad Starke prior to registration is allotted additional funds to J+ 5)) Remember common courtesy or 80 per cent of its allotted time.
hose, small and ford County 32 men from Clay accidents. completed,
garden a camera helps prevent The culverts are now
threatened summer homes and for voting eligibility. the County's General Fund and I I
that would have been destroyed camera equipment film swimming For County's Youth"Teen I and 5 men from Unwn. It has required the Road and Bridge Fund. I 6)) Don't travel unless it Is ab- and all of the substructure and
camps trunks, an ice chest and a carry openings for three officers and 19 ; solutely necessary. deck slabs have been poured on
if the Volunteer Fire Department Town" Friday night When announcing the amended I
all for picnics, and 1300 cartridges opens enlisted men. Injured In WreckTwo I the bridge.
had not been on hand. at the USO Building for the stud- budget the County Commissioner
for various of 1 i The Ordnance Battalion's mission -
types weapons. Co has
stated that increased financial Remains Mum The Glenn G. Searing
requirements Suspect
schools. in-
issued ents Bradford residents I
The fire department mapsto of County's Starke were
Walker suffered I while at was to furnish
a great personal camp
the residence of Keystone loss when the thieves made All students and parents are invited -(parts for and repair weapons instruments Juried Friday when the pick-up I caused by the county'sheavy : i On Starke Beak-Ins laid a five-inch the surface from U of S.lime-301
road road
Heights and the surrounding ter-I off with two of his own tackle to the first evening's entertainment artillery, tanks, and truck in which they were riding building program rock on
ritory, instructing them to markan boxes, one for fly casting and beginning at 8 p. m. trucks for the 48th Infantry Di- missed a turn and rolled into the made the budget increase neces'I i Sheriff P. D. Reddish said thisI north of Lawtey to the Humphreys
I I Gold Highland: mine The
"X" where their home stands. "Teen Town" is sponsored by vision. woods. Both Arthur Masters and sary. I week that Thomas J. Gilmore a Corp.
I one for plug casting. He had I I lime rock is mixed with SiX inchesof
The tire department will record pains-takingly assembled these the students themselves. It is The battalion is equipped to test Effie Ruis were taken to the i suspect for two recent Starke II

this position in the 1954-55 "Call 'boxes over a 15-year period and under the direction of Miss Nina I i and repair every type of armanent I Alachua General Hospital where Rev. Cofield Changed ''I' break-ins, had still failed to admitto dirt and compressed six inches.to a It total will
Book". 'I Bisbop The activities include in the division from the pistol to their condition was reported as. them. I thickness of
the equipment in them alone was From Prison Post
The fire department expects to estimated at over $500. "-ncin, eames and refreshments. I the large 155 MM Howitzers They as serious but not critical. !1 Gilmore is being held in Mac- then be covered by a double coarse

receive its new $10,000 fire truck The Clay County sheriff took The students also choose chaperonsfor I can also make field repairs on all I The truck apparently missed i i Rev. W. G. Cofield was trans,- clenny jail in connection with ani I slag surface.

some time in August. The truckis tire prints from the rear of the their activities. I motor vehicles, including replacing the turn on the New Blandm fri ed from his post as chaplau Attempted; break-in there. Local I' On the Lawtey-Kingsley Lake
of automatic transmissions in a road the road that connects road, drainage structures and
underwritten by the Keystone station, but they are apparently "Teen Town" will continue every i from |at Raiford State Farm at" the reI police officials have failed to uncover -
truck and the rebuilding of a body .I rough grading are almost competed -
old the Blanding
Heights Town Council and is is ,the only clue that could lead to Friday night during the summer I the and new I cent Methodist Conference. H<. concrete proof connecting I
being paid off by the fire depart- the decesion of the theives and after school begins in the fall. assembly. road near Kingsley Lake. I now has a church in Williston. ;i Gilmore with the robberies. on the Bradford Countyend
of the road. The read will
ment at the rate of $2000 a year. I ----- I

year's The this payment membership fire year's department, and$2000 and hope by from met the to sale last associate receive i f HoW" Safe Is Starke-From Fire ? i I I of the extend Kingsley bend from in Lake.Humphreys the State Lawtey. Road depot 16 west to

of tickets to the third annual lj i Expects

17 Firemen's Ball to be held on July.1 I The Fire Department and the city's low fire insurance premiums fall into the category of ''About 1300 Persons

To Attend Picnic
Tickets for the Firemen's ballare

The now ball on will sale be held for $1 at a Keystone person. : things rated good by the scorers of Starke's assets and liabilities, but they can still be improved upon. I|expected Approximately for this year's 1300 persons HumphreysGold are

Beach beginning at 9 p. m.
II (The second of a series of articles' in nhich the Tt>If'graphill explore ;- ed to the city's residents in the form of lower fire insurance rates I the firemen. :( Corporation picnic which

Starke Guard I some of the good and bad points about Starke as repealed in our I As the citizens pointed out when answering the questionnaire, Starke I 2)) Starke's fire engines are both antiquated, one being of 1926 |will company's make history.it the largest in the

| recent community gm'stionnaire. In bringing these matters to light, : is already reaping the benefits of an extremely lowtax rate. I vintage and the other being a small model put out in 1942. The The addition of the employees

On TV !! it is hoped that the information printed might lead to elimination or When asked: "Are fire insurance rates low for jour type town?"I latter carries: most of the present load, and its small 95 horsepowermotor from the new Highland mine will

Appears correction of the bad, and further of the :' is to show almost double
improvement good.) They answered: S3 YES; 16 NO. beginning signs of wear. the picnic's former

i tJ J Those who answered "YES" to the question were positively right 3) Starke's water lines are "questionable." It is doubtful if they attendance. The two mines now
Last SaturdayA I TilE QUESTION WAS ASKED: : IK FIREMEN TAKE REGULAR i'total about 400
I \ "tarke has an enviable rate compared to most nearby towns. Starke would provide enough water in some outlying districts to service more. employees.
TRAINING COURSES? year'sSunday.picnic will start at
presently has a "Class 6" rating which compares favorably with Lake than one hose. Chief Carpenter feels that at least two hoses are j I 11This
of Starke's National THE ANSWER MERE:: 40 YES; 6 :NO. j ji The picnic for
platoon Butler "9," " needed to safely combat fire.
on television last t Keystone Heights 9, Green Cove Springs 9, Macclenny the white employees will be helden
Guard appeared
Saturday when they were choseGovernor's n i As indicated by the answers to this question, the citizens of Starke j ii "8," and Lake City "7." These three weaknesses endanger both the lives of the fire- I Kingsley Lake about a half

as a color guard for ; feel they have an above average fire department j These ratings are based on four items: 1) Fire equipment 2)) volunteer men and the lives and property of any citizen who happens to be a. mile south of the Enlisted Men's

Day. Acting Governor Charley E. Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter likewise has high praise for Starke's or full time firemen 3)) number of hydrants, and 4) volume of I victim of a fire. \Club. The picnic for the colored

Johns inspected the guard and addressed : 10 volunteers as well as his two full-Urns assistants, C. W. Pickett, I water pressure through each hydrant. It's not hard to imagine the serious consequences that could ariseif ;: employees \vill be held on Lake

the division during the' 'j assistant chief and J. R }[ott. engineer. Chief Carpenter feels that +i; Under present conditions a citizen in Starke who wishes fire insurance Starke's fire department were to be "too little and too late" in coping !Whitmore.

ceremony i l the present fire department is fully capable of making the most of the on his 510.000 frame house would pay $24 annually. If he I! with an uncontrolable blaze. j Door prizes will be awarded

C\VO Albert for L.Headquarters Crosby unit and ad 1; equipment and watei supply that the ha1:e t,) work with lived in Lake Butler Keystone Heights, or Green Cove Springs, he In scoring Starke's assets and liabilities, the Fire Department fallsin 1 The throughout first prize the will span be of awarded the picnic.at

mimstraior Headquarters Company 2nd Bat, I While the expense of maintaining a 'opnotrh fire department is a would pay $42 per year. If he lived in Macclenny he would pay $32 the category of things that are good but which: could be improvedby > 11:30: a.m., and additional prizes

talon> 124th Infantry said the sizeable item in the aiv. s. budget The extra 'OSI is largely refund- and In Lake City he would pay $25. the correction of certain handicaps which impair peak efficIency. will be awarded every half hour

company received a "superior' On the other hand if Starke had a "Class 4" rating such as Gaines- until 4 p.m.

rating from the Third Army foi, r: I Id Is .vilh he would pay only $20 a year. .r Bingo will be held for the

its training at camp. Members oi r This week Starke's Volunteer Fire Department took a big step women and the children will have

the unit received $6,33371 in pa r orwaid toward increasing its organization and effectiveness. For tnefust various games and swimming as
checks for the two week's training well as jeep rid as.
.1 :'ime in its history, the local department is receiving expert unit
Crosb> said that the companj, The m"-n will compete in horse
-ainirg from an instructor provided by the state-sponsored O aia
had no men in the hospital sroes, volley ball, pie eating, anda
no men confined to quarters dur.ni., I F're College. tug-of-war between the two

the training He said this was ai 1l Many of Starke's firemen have received individual instruction in plants.

unusual medical record for a urn' fire fighting but this week's equivalent of a 30-hour course marks Y Hot dogs drinks, and water-

taking summer field training: 'he nrst tine that the department has receive! training as a team melon will be furnished free to
The of the : 1d the guests Co-chairman
highlight company'training in charge
Tht volunteers are turning out on a no-pay basis to receive this m
was a three-day bivoua: t. ot the arrangements for the picnicare
-' '!" t-on. being given to them in three-hour periods every night this
in which it received instruction 11 1 Tom Carey and Ed Beebe.
small l weapons maneuver com t t L
luumcauons. and demolitions Zy Starke's volunteers have always been noted for their faithfui re- Starke Motor Court

The Starke company was rate< x sDonse to fire calls, even when the department was loosely organized

second out of 20 regimental unitin s But a year ago city officials realized that Starke's luck might not holdout Sells For $116,000T

drill attendance for the real and they decided that a well organized and well trained group
including both and fiel'd H Slade purchased the Starke
training armory )t volunteers was needed in oroer to give the city dependable fire protection Motoi Court from Guy Andrews

The unit also was rated secon d this week for 116000. Slade said
best mess in the regiment. Crosb Last August the Starke Volunteer Fire Department was officially that he will own two-thirds of

singled out the company's tw.:> tormed under a constitution and by-laws. Its members were formed the motor court and that his

teams of cooks headed by Sgt .I into a tight-knit organization that annually elects officers and screens brother W S. Slade of Bailey

L Alvarez for special pains e.t* applicants for new members. The volunteers are chosen on the basisof Ga., will own the other third.

They are Cpl. Bobby Crosby PfiAhln ; Fir Chief D. W Carpenter directs Assistant Chef C. W. Pickett their immediate availability at all times in case of fire. I. Instructor Jim Hemming (standing) shares fire-fighting tips wit, Andrews will retain the ownership -
Davis, and Pvt. Charlie Noi I- told
I of the
man. and Pfc. Sidney Jackson. Pf c. and the members of the Starke Volunteer fire department in a Udder In spite of Its many good features the Starke Fire Department has !I members of Starke's Fire Department attending one of five clan-. <. j which he rents House to the Restaurant Gold-
fire with maximum efficiency. given this week. The firemen are (1 to r, rear row) Chief D. W.
This three in
Warren Starling and Pvt. Gar y drill during the departments training program this week. big handicaps combating any I Ii i( House chain. .
Garner 'i weekS training is the first unit training course that the Starke Fired i' 1) Starke has no alarm boxes and must rely solely on telephonecalls !, Carpenter, E. B. Jackson! O. P. lIutto J. C. Barton, and Al Crosby' Slade installed Gil Newcomb asr

The unit was rated third in tl"j Department has received from the state-sponsored Fire CoUt'geat to report a fire. This often causes a delay of precious minutesand (front row) J. R. Mott, Assistant Chief C W. Pickett Jack Seimei- manager of the court yesterday

regiment for overall efficiency ai Ocala allows the fire to get a head start that cannot bt overcome by and Jack Smith. i i i Thursday i I.
training during the year

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TfOBRADFORD Tavares and Ocala Sunday. They I!Boys Woodcraft encampmentat are hereby required to serve upon graph. I you are required to serve a copy of
V '. the solicitor for plaintiff whose Dated this 17 day of June, 1354. your answer or pleading to the i ,m-
Camp Blanding June 20 to
COUNTY TELEGRAPH brought back their son Clifford,' name and address appears hereon (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. iiaroj plaint on the Plaintiffs A"orn"',
who had spent the past week visiting 'June 27. your written defenses if any, to the Clerk of the Circuit Court I Joseph K. Skipper. 2J1: Fl .nda
,. complaint in said cause copy of By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Title! Building, Ja,K-> '!i\ '!" -.
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD his uncle and aunt, :Mr. and which is delivered to you herewith 61S4t79NOTICE i Florida
:Mrs. Homer Stearns at Tavares.Mr. \ MJT1CR TO APPEAR on or before the 26 day of July, ;sad file the original In the office
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under and Mrs. Marklee Normanand In Circuit Court Hradford County, A. D. 1954.herein I TO APPEIH I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court JD
Fail Not decree .
Florida: In Chancery. procuafesso or before the 19 da> .i J. v
the Act of March 3, 1879. baby were visiting his mother, "Edith Geneva Smith. Plaintiff vs. will be entered against you I|:In Circuit Court Bradford Co otyfI 1954; otherwise the alit'cl!, 1'-
Donald F. Smith Defendant. 1 foT the relief prayed in the com- I|I i Florida la Chancery. 'I i said Complaint will be tak n a> C n-
:Mrs. Fredia Norman Sunday p. mMr. plaint. Walter; P. Lindsay Plaintiff,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONDON'T and Mrs. Ancel Normanand Notice To Appear. Ca'e Xo. 10-559 The nature of said suit being for I i(.I Let ilia L. Lindsay Defendant. i< fessed by you.
divorce. i Ci-e Xo. 10.550Cotiee This notice s'fcii to* publishedonce
Mrs. Florence Johnson were I To- Donald F. Smith, whose .': To Appear i iTo : each week tor four e 'n ecuuv
residence and address i is: ('/0 I Witness my hand and the seal of
BE ONE OF THE TWENTY-TWO 1 1i business visitors to Gainesville nkle-Claus Shear Co., Prospect 'said Court at Starke. Bradford : : Letitm L. Lirs.a. whoseresidence weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
I and address is: 515 Ash- jrapb.
County Florida this 2S day of i
Street Fremont Ohio. [ .
i Wednesday of last week. You are Hereby notified that a June. A. D., 1954. I,lawn Drive, Norfolk Virginia '! Dated tin li day I. *
I| You are hereby notified that a :' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
suit for (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
I Mrs. Fredia Norman and daughter I 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court
.O. & e8e&eO.eG. O e9 Divorce Celrk of the Circuit Tour i, suit f..r divorce
Linda, spent Saturday with has been filed against you In the I E'radford County. Flor'da > hay: been filed against you in the By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy" Clerk.-
Icy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,; above named Court and cause and liH 9
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. above named Court and cause and
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTwentytwo you are required to serve a vf John S. Cox Solicitor for Plaintiff ,
Sapp in Starke. your answer or pleading copy to the 1712 Karnett Bank Build-I 1: t.- "'.;$;-" '-i- ,<'' ,_", ,- t ;:;""--.,;:--_:: ;;.j.:;; -. '-' -,-":, :: '=" '.'.
I ing Jacksonville, 2. Florida
complaint on the PlalntiffsAttorney
I Remember the revival at the
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j Theron A. Jr.
Floridians who are looking forward to the pleasurers of a long Fourth of I'.Heilbronn Baptist Church beginning Starke Florida Yawn ,

July weekend will be dead Monday night as a result of accidents. I I. Monday, July 12. EvangelistMerle and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court officeof on Circuit NOTICE Coart.10 Bradford\I'PF..Rh. Coaaty, H UHF 36

That's a cold blooded rather disturbing statement, but it's true never-the-less, if Packham will conduct. the or before the P.Florida Frank, IB Chancery. CHANNEL
26 day of July 1954 McXally Plaintiff vs
Florida's usual average for a three-day holiday! is maintained. I Services.Adventurers: otherwise the aiiegauuus '!p said Elizabeth McNally Defendant i
be considered of the future this is the Complaint will be taken as confessed Case No. 10.555Notice : WE GUARANTEE OUR
If experiences of the past can predictions by you. To Appear
casualty score that may be expected in Florida over the weekend: eleven persons will beWiled Fight I This notice shall be publishedonce To: Elizabeth McN'ally, whose I RECEPTION BEST BECAUSE:
each residence and address is230 St. I
week four
in traffic accidents along with 400 others injured. Six will drown. Five will succumb Over Incan Treasure weeks in the for Bradford consecutive County Johns Place. Brooklyn New York FINER MATERIALS
Telegraph. You are hereby notified ttd u a
tn-- the-- effects of over-exertion. I At Florida Theatre Dated this 21 day of June 1954. nit for i MORE MATERIALS
Will you be one of the twenty-two who don make the ,I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Divorce I IMPROVED SUPERIOR TECHNIQUES

grade? It's a grim notion, pal but it's worth thinking |I "Secret of the Incas" playing at By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Clerk6254t716 ourt above baa been named filed Court against and you cause in and the i ill CALL 239 To Receive TWICE As Many T V Stations'
Watson about. And it needn't be that way, you know. the Florida Thea:'e Sunday and vou are required to serve a copy of TRIAL
TOUT answer or pleading to the : Tonight. FREE
The greatest tragedy of the holiday accident toll is that Monday, tells the 'ory of wealth I. The Circuit Court la And Far complaint on the Plaintitt's INSTALLATION
hectic two-day meeting Bradford County, Florida, IBChancery. Attorney William D. Morgan I ANTENNA
a Authority practically all of it is due to plain carelessness and could be craving adventure and a sped- 507 Clark Building Jacksonville .50
the Florida Turnpike man hunting scie"' -st who meet in Donald J. Verbeck. Plaintiff vs. Florida i $39IT
closed a session in Tallahasseelast prevented.No the wilds of the Peruvian Andes in Louanna Ro Verbeck, Defendant.No.. and file the original in the office of Ch C.
week that failed to shed it can't be prevented by authorities handing out search of a precious, bejeweled I \OTln: OF SLIT 10-569 the or before Clerk the of t)>e Circuit Court on i as. Shepherd

much light on the subject and left tickets, it seems nor by the thousands of words printedby mask which has been lost to civilization The State Of Florida To: 19 day of July 1954;
the public equally I Louanna Rose Verbeck. :3217Krookside otherwise the allegations of sail I TV RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERY|
officials and newspapers in editorials like this nor by warnings for centuries. Parkway. South Comolalnt will le taken as confess-
confused as to what the project voiced by speakers at luncheon club meetings. It can be prevented Charlton Heston plays the role Y"[u lfI\Ar.Hereby*>. Indianapolis Notified Indiana.that a :d This by you.notice shall be publishedonce Starke, Florida

will actually cost. I if who behind the wheel this I of a young adventure who is out I suit has hero filed against in < ': ,"
only you '
every person gets each week for four consecutive ; '. ,. t.-w'-i-; ;';;;<;_ : ;::' "'::;:::- ', ;-' :- :
The New York engineering to make a million dollars by hookor I the above entitled cause and you I weeks In the Bndford County Tele- -:5'
I weekend makes a conscious effort to drive with care and
estimateson .
that had made is __
firm crook. He not pitted ,
only -
the bob-tail pike for Governor watch out for the other fellow who might not. against the scientist Robert Mont I .O ___.. ._ .":_'- .- -- -". ." _:-::: -_ : _::=.---
McCarty still maintained that the Other holiday accidents can be prevented if every man, gomery, for the Inca's hidden

101-mile toll road could be constructed woman, or child who goes swimming or who engages in un- mask but they also compete for I'I'I

for $62,000.000 while an usually strenuous play observes the simple, commonsense the love of a beautiful refugee

opposing engineering firm Contended -'I rules of safety. I from behind the iron curtain STARLINGS OR COOK'SCORNER
it would cost 89000000.
Kep. Thomas E. David of Bro-i First and foremost is the rule not to swim too far out Nicole Maurey.

ward County speaker designate of and this applies to good swimmers as well as poor one And Mitchell Another, has opportunist been making Thomas plans I
curtailment do not swim all alone.
the 1955 House, urged
to capture the Incan treasure for
of present turnpike plans Children need special guidance from their parents, for years. He arrives at the treasure's CALL AND CHERRY oia.GROCERY' JAX. HIGHWAY
until consideration of a 300milefulllength accidents kill more children annually than any disease. One ancient hidding place at the same STORE
pike could be studied out of every three children who die each year is killed in an time as the others and there is
by the next legislature! or, If necessary accident.If a three-way struggle for the treasure PHONE 70 E STORES S E Open Thur. Afternoons

that a special session of the between him, Heston and the We Deliver Orders
leeiilature be called you ride in a boat, don't rock it. And be sure there'sa Incas. PHONE 405

In the meanwhile, the most sensible life preserver for every person aboard. The movie is filmed in Techni- TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTVTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTVVVTTTTTTfGRITS

words (to our way of thinking Now take a look at those twenty-two little figures at the color in the startling beauty of I LbL

) on the subject of turnpikesIn top of this column. One of them could be you, you know. Peruvian settings. It also features 5 33C PICKLES 76-oz 23C

general, were spoken by Tom But if you observe commonsense rules of safety this weekend Yma Sumac, a South American I II
Watson, Republican nominee for
Governor. .1 that little figure that "could be you" will still be alive vocalist whose voice covers five
He said that .he is unalterably octaves and hits notes so high
opposed to any so-called I and kicking Monday morning. I that the human ear cannot hear

hob-tall if a turnpike pike is and built that It when should and be I.I them. I MEA L 5Lb 33C NAPKINS Pkg 10C

all in one piece and down the Churchill'sVisitATip-OH CARD OF THANKS
central part of the state.
BUT, says Watson and this President Eisenhower has The Starke Camp of the Wood- Dixie Fresh Lb
announced that the visit of Lily
of the World wishes to express -
Is a wry important but more men FLOUR F 10LbBag $1.05 OKRA 15C
four-line highways should Sir Winston Churchill and Mr. Eden to Washington was the thanks to Maj. Gen. MarkW.
come Prime Minister's own idea. In view of the fact that ,Churchill Lance, Coy A. Stephenson and
first before the construction of
is in frail health, the fact that he would make this the personnel of the Bradford , ,
a turnpike of any kind. very very -" I I '", ." "
We do not alwajs agree with trying trip voluntarily i is in itself an indication of the tre- County Telegraph for their coop- _- ___ -_- _.- -. :- '=-- '----l: : '-_ -'::" ':. :' :: {'_::":. :' :::". __ ; :=- _-:-.- ___ -'-_ : .-: ',_, : ,_ _.

theiews of Mr. Watson especially mendous seriousness of the world situation.The eration in making successful the
his decision to offer himself obvious fact is that from the Western point of view,

up as a sacrifice on the altarof the world problem has worsened materially in a brief periodof t !

tr>ing to develop a two party time. The clearest example is the Geneva conference "
system In Florida COFFEE RICE
hb by changing where, due to circumstances beyond his control, Secretary of
party allegiance from Democratic ,
to State Dulles found himself with few trump cards to play.
Republican. But we do
feel that he has taken a mostsensible Britain clearly has no stomach for intervention in South-

stand on this subject oftumpll..f' east Asia, and many observers believe that for all intents and 1'i

>L 1t is a position that we purposes Indochina is now lost to Communism and that any .15 3-/b c

have maintained right along future stand must be taken elsewhere perhaps in Thailand.
that if existing highways were I Lb
four-laned where needed (especially i Samplings of Congressional opinion in this country showa II I

I). S. 1 and U. S. SOl and 27 very strong distaste for any lone-wolf military operations I CelloGREEN

to Miami) there would be little, anywhere in Asia, and it is most unlikely that at this time, / I! *

If any, need for a turnpike for the President could get Congressional sanction for ordering
many years to come. I American forces into action. i t : : -, -_: :-: ;: =Yfjr: :" =- :::'!F't ....JfJlf.it:: :: :: :.:_ -=-:..:' _:: -_-_: .. _._ I

The French situation, in the eyes of American officials, real
Garages estate
or I
Bad or Good? is depressing in the extreme. There is no evidence that a i

French government can be formed which will have any i rented by the assured Lb

110\\'''I business! The an'iwt'r.. permanence or real authority. France is sick of war, is are not excluded underpropertydamaQa PEANUTS 19C CHEER E E 29C

may range all the way from "bad"to plaged with Communist dove-of-peace propaganda, and thereis lithe i
"good", depending upon what
widespread fear of German rearmament.
line you're in. assured is le ail1113ble

The question everyone wants All this along with confused and conflicting public for damage to same. I' Fresh Lb TIDF 29C

answered! is this: Are the depressed opinion in this country has forced the Administration to re- ( GREEN PEAS 121f.C

areas in business about readyto appraise the whole situation. Little is being said now in.. Do you tow what your
do a turnabout and start -
or are the industries! that upward official quarters in support of armed intervention in South- present policy says about I

hare been good up to now scheduled east Asia. It is quite possible that our long-range strategic hisConner ? Lbs F 7QCV

for some recession! plan may be drastically overhauled. That this is a very complex I ONIONS S 2 15CFAB jCT

On the favorable side affecting I task shown by the wide differences of opinion existing: i .
all business is the fact Bros.i i _Notice: We Redeem Cheer, Tide & Fab Coupons
that the Government is pumping at the peak of military level the Joint Chiefs of Staff. --

credit more freely into the national Admiral Radford has publicly advocated aggressive inter- i! L'-- '" ___ __ : : ::::_-_- .--::-_ ,."

stream. vention in Indochina, particularly with air attack from car- Insurance Agency
The farm which has i
is riers. General Ridgeway has not spoken out publicly, but
been sagging steadily, anxiously
129 W. Call St.
watched, for the experience; has i it is reliably reported that he has argued an opposite case Phone 285 LARD OERAO

been in the past that farm priceslead before the council believing that the area essential to keep Starke, Fla.rr .
the when start
things :
down. out of Communist hands is Western Europe and its great

The stock market continues to i reservoir of industry and trained manpower. Those who t

ignore warning signs and soaredto I II agree with that line of thought feel that if we move in South- t 'GlW'

new heights since 1929 on Tuesday east Asia cruel land is inevitable LbSTEW
a war and that we would
led boom in duPonl t t Lb
by a
Stock. waste away our manpower and materials to the ever-in- 19c iIcS
creasing benefit of Russia.
Altogether, it's a rather confused
The decision all these issues :
picture and one which wit I on hangs in balance now ;

bear close watching by the cau. But it can't remain that way long. The world moves with : :

thus business man. I incredible speed there days. .
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gn..vm.mm.nyyyyvLAWTEY City and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartley G. Crosby and wife of Gainesville ;[ 'I'Ir i iMdullach's j .

of of Lake their Alfred sister were, Mrs.recent Mat- on Tuesday. I i .. W.. ;&.,: All Lean LbTender For

tie guests Henderson.Mrs. were Mr. called and Mrs.to Jacksonville Sam McGarvey Sunday :: Model. 33Delivered S E 44C CAMAY SOAP 3 14C

by L II. FutcblaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Catherine Teare was a by the death of Mr. Me- '|
business visitor to Gainesville Garvey'j brother-in-law. i

Mrs. Nellie Mae of|'!Monday afternoon. Members of the First Baptist j| Lb For I
Bradley t 39C LUX SOAP 3 14C
Jacksonville spent one day last I!j Mrs. S. A. Hicks Mrs. O. J. Church WifU met Tuesday after- CHUCK ROAST

eek with her mother Mrs. Perry!(Anders and Mrs. James Waters. noon with Miss Elizabeth TerryAt
Davis, and her step-father, Mr. I|were in Maxville Monday night I II the close of the meeting refreshments -

Davis.two Mrs.days Joe last Lamb week of with Starke her spent cousin |]I j I ginbotham.Mrs.attending Water's a party mother in the Mrs.home Hig-of i'I I tea were served.of coconut cake and 'of Culloch The The the greatest year amazing Model! chain 20-pound 33 has saw newt been Mc- B 0 LOG L N A Lb 23C IVORY SOAP 3For 14C !

I TTTTTTTT TTTTTTYYYTT1 reduced to $198.75 delivered.
Mrs. Preston Green and fami- Mr. and Mrs. Newton Branden-

ly !''stine of St. Petersburg were calling _.- .._ !
Mrs. W. H. Pringle and daughter '. on :Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Brown! HE1LBRONNBy I EJ111EB4IThis ..-- > = --- : -': -'-;::::' ._--' -.:'-:::. .--.; --'- -:.=--=- : .-. =:. : : : --_.:.-: -, >

Mrs. Birchfield Miller were, Monday. The Brandenstines were CORNED
Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. ,Ion their way north for a vacation I
By }In.lIcel NormanAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA1 fine saw, which is every I
M. Pauley. with relatives in New York aad i i inch a champion, is powerful i
Mrs. Leslie Bradley and children New England stopping by fora AjJt'I. superbly balanced, and rugged COCA COLA

of Starke were Sunday dinner i I visit with old friends, the''I Mrs. Victor Barry and sons. !I as they come. It easily cuts E E Fi F

guests of her parents, Mr. Browns. Steve and Keith, of Dillon. S. C. through a 1-foot log in'lS seconds -
and :Mrs. J. E. Warren. Representatives of the First j I were visiting relatives in this j I will cut within 1 inch of f
James Wainwright of Melbournespent I Baptist Church attending the Sun; community Wednesday.Mr. the ground The 33 will t
the weekend with his par- day School Mass meeting in the save you money as well as long
"ts, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- Hope Baptist Church at Theressa, and Mr J. S. Sapp of soars of toilFlorida i
Wright.Mr. on Tuesday night of last week Starke were visiting the Eldon 16C

and Mrs. H. E. Dixon pf. included the pastor, Rev. Edgar Sapps Wednesday.The Saw Co. Can 3 5 C i ii {
Haleyville Ala. are vacationingwith Wilkinson, and family, Mrs. Joyce young men of our community -

his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Futch Miss Elizabeth Terry. Mrs. who belong to the National 2727 N. W. 6th Street
VV R. Dixon. and other relatives. Elnora Privett James and Charles. Guard came in Sunday a. m. from t
Fla .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas and Starling, sad Misses Phyllis Mit-i ichell. their two weeks summer encamp-
I And .
children of Clay, Ky. were guestsof '. Gayle and Alma Moore Ola Mae ment at Ft. McClellan Ala i. 1927 N. Marion St. \_ _' .__ .___ '_ '__ : .-. '-'-_ :: __' ; ;.;::=;;.:::,:-_--: >-- ::- -:' .:: :: -_ =__-_: ____ _r-:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling Phillips PriTett Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman and j

Tuesday of last week. I :Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Fuch were'I!'son. Kenneth and daughter. Carolyn i; Ph. 1675 Lake City, Fla. .. . ., .. ._. -- _: _.... .
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Mrs7 Mae Bullington of Plant dinner guasts of her brother. R. were visiting relatives in _- -- _-_ _,_ _.. ._ ._ __. -_._ __- - -- __u- -_ ..-___;-;-.-- ;..----- ---.- __ --. --,--- --- -_ __ __ _.__, ___ ,____. _. ;

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last Tuesday with-- Mrs. Axel :\OTICE TO APPEAR [ 1954.; otherwise the allegations of once each week for four ;consecutive I 'OFFK'IAL E-U.i. Chane* A. Darby;
I man.The Recent BirthsMr. 1.. Circuit Court Bradford County said Complaint will be taken as con-I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- i 'lerK ..f the i : ienrtEy .
speaker was Dean WalterJ. Malmgrem as co-hostess. This fessed by TOU.Thi graph. I| Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
Florida In
Cbaarery.Louise I notice shal! l>e puMlshed Dated this :22: day rf JimI I lQ M _
. Keystone Heights!, Matherly of the College of was not a regular meeting buta and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland Jr. \V. .Lean Plaintiff %s. I' -u
Business Administration of the I social get-together to keep the announce the birth of a boy, Glenn Hobert D. JK-Lean Defendant.
of Florida. He made members in touch during the sum-
University I '
by Sirs. Sara McDonaldAAAIAAAAAAALAAAAUAAAAAA Richard, born May 6 at Alachua Case No. 10-560
Ian interesting and instructive talkon mer vacation. Members brought .Votlce To Appear.To SAVES
the theme of "Characteristics sandwiches and ate picnic styleon County HospitalMr. : Hobert II. McLean whose $8362
Required for Success". the lawn, the hostesses serving residence and address is: Route 4, YOU
North North Carolina
The Keystone Heights Rotary
and Mrs. John Leslie Griffis
cookies and cold drinks. i You
A musical are hereby notified that a
Club installed new officers for program was presented Paul Bird, grandson of Mrs. announce the birth of a daughter, i suit for
the coming year at a banquet in by Miss Bobby Bastedo, Miss in custody. control and support of
Sheryl Deniece, on June 11 r
Ella Bird, will be
in Keystonethis minor children and divorce *
Linda Walker and Prof. this
the Keystone Inn on Friday night, Sterrett. Miss Bastedo Delbert week, coming from Syracuse, I St. Vincent's Hospital, Jackson- has been filed against you in theabove on Westinghouse Frost-Free
June 25. This at which sang"You'll
banquet N. Y. where he has been a stu- I ville. named Court and cause and
the attendance of members was Never Walk Alone" and you are required to serve a copy of
"Here" Miss Walker dent at the University of Syra your answer or pleading to the com- REFRIGERATORwas
; "Little
almost 100 cent the first sang
the Plaintiffs
per was cuse. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. GOT EVERYTHING? Give her plaint on AttorneyJ.
Things Mean A Lot" :; ,
of a series of entertainments ; and Prof. K. Skipper 221 Florida Title ;
,Sterrett sang "Make Believe". I John Bird, will arrive some timein an Esterbrook pastel purse pen. Building, Jacksonville, Florida $35995
planned for the Rotary Anns for and file the original in the office of
at Bradford
July for a vacation from their Only $2.37 CountyTelegraph.
the new year.Officers The free swimming lessons and I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1 I
I work m Okinawa where they have or before the 26 day of July ::e t r t.-; NOW ONLY
life saving course sponsored
installed were: president -
been for several
Huntley Redfearn; vice- the Rotary Club will get under Mr. and Mrs. years.Roy Browningwill I : y "1.v \i r '( 33
way on July 12. Anyone is wel- 1V iT 71
president, R. L. Walker, who is come, residents or visitors, and Canada.leave this week for a summerin f11j $286

retiring president; secretary, Ed- those desiring to participate SUMMERS ARE
We understand that work has
ward Hussey; sergeant-at-arms, should register with the Hecrea-
Benj. Rose; and and directors, tional Director, Hubert R daught. been started on, the building fora coot IN D4YTONA .5' 'S .lowo.$2.U..k -
Gordon Adams, Dr. Donald Chris- The Rev. S. E. Irwine will occupy new restaurant to be openednear I .t oftw ema0 down peyat.nr100x

toffers, G. E. Wiggins, and Ed- the pulpit of the Keystone the Villa Plumosa. BEACH FlORIDA M AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING
The Keystone <. ;
Heights Bridge
ward Hutct ns. S. E. McKay was Heights Community Church for I :
Chair- Club held their weekly duplicate I L NO DEFROSTING to do in the
appointed Golden Jubilee the first two Sundays in July.
play on Monday of last week. Freezer
Supplies for the remaining Sun- P -
Playing North and South, Mr NO DEFROSTING to do in the
days in July and August will be I i
and Mrs. Ray Starnes of Key- $5O Refrigerator
announced later. Dr. and Mrs. :
Your Clothes stone were high with 71 1-2 points 5'S
Wash Holl will be on vacation for the ; : S NO MESSY DEFROST WATER to
Mrs. R. W. Fountain and Mrs. !
months of July and August and Per ptnondovble empty ever
9 PoundsFor Fred Hall of Gainesville were :
0<< Giant
will leave this week for their e e
former home town, Pittsburgh, second with 70 points; and Mr. From July 1INCLUDING i Patented
40c! and Mrs. Chris Anderson were
Pa. 2 DELICIOUS MEALS # Meet Keeper
third with 68 East
points. Playing '- : "
Circle No. 3 of the Community .. '"""
FREE Bleach If Desired! Church Women held and West, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont fwoveoa Pia AvdolJ. s;< I -,-....., ,,.."H_,H : e lutt.rlC.eer
a meeting at ,'.,'. .
the home of Mrs Sara McDonald Tolles were high with 91 points; Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course I : h.v',,: ,'''" ), RoU-Otrl Shelf
0 Mrs. A. B. Holm of Newark, N. I Big Vegetable
:. Model DFC-S4
2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach '.

J. and her son Bart Holm of Key- 1 :' ::.;, ... : 1.4 cubic reef Hlclrtlwer
We Will stone were second with 69 1.2 Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing Ti.de Vf.rk C.S.P.... lowed., Sbehee-b-The-DaOf
Clothes SLEEP WELLTONIGHT Iio*.:,,",,1Z3 and:2,314,309:
Dry Your points; :Mr. and Mrs. John Powersof Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise

For 20cIn points.Keystone Five, new were members third with were 66 For R..*rvaliMit. i Brttlwr :YOU CAM Ii?SURE...IF nsW stin4houseI

wrH or win lush Strayw,Gte.Mgr ..r 'rA
New Automatic Driers! added this week: making a stand-
RCA Room Air Conditioning ing membership of 40 Visitors are
will help you deep like welcome.yyyyyyyym7yYyyyyyyyyn. I[
better every morning. CRAIG NOTK AQ

The Washeteria Chas. C. ShepherdTV HAMPTONby a tna 1:; PHONE' 39 STARKE, FLA.

r .V ." tot 'JIoeN Sweet HoaMwkfai; SHOALS..Save: h ..
Temple Ave. Starke DIIICUY ON TNI "WOIIPS MOST FAMOUS HACK" W fc4rt_ n "WMtbghmiar *.! .0IlY..CO.' NO',1t
Radio Seat Covers '- .
w Fla. Mrs. Win. Hammond
Phone 239 Starke 4DR..f240'n

.. .................. __

Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth and Miss

Don't Spend Ruth Sibley were co-hostess at a JI' 'I. ;
Bridal Shower honoring Miss Lucille -
Hall at the Community Cen-

Yourh1catioh. J2a ter Thursday evening. They were ;

... I assisted by Mrs. Sam Andersonof fun
: Starke, Miss Mary Catherine y YS .e e

Wadsworth of Gainesville, and .
0 I Willow Ruth Hammond. About
30 guests were present games

:, and visiting were the highlights ::7file: 4-M
i of the evening. Miss Hall received

gt many beautiful gifts, punch and .
cake were served. /-I \ }... / 1J 1\\
Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCullough .,, '..... '" 'I \
i and ('hildren'isited Mr. and :Mrs. / I _., -
i Seeber Brannen at Palatka Sunday .,." / /1 ""-
'Ii' 7'l\-' :::
Mrs. G. C. Gentry who has been r .,
9'b spending sometime with her father,
I George Saxon and wife is spending -
I sometime in Jacksonville.
BRIDE 'W I Mrs. Mamie Meade is spending
r some time with her daughter and

I family, Mrs. Skinner at Cocoa.
the Road I I T. J. Alderman returned home

Saturday from'Boys State at Tal-

Enjoy your holiday trip uninterrupted by car" Mr. and Mrs. George Aldermanand ,. .

breakdowns. Before you leave drive in for a complete mother of Lake City spent ar ;
Sunday with the T. J. Aldermans #
check-up..be sure your car is properly lubricatedand
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and
serviced. And. ask us i for Sinclair's FREE Tour children of Miami spent Tuesdayand I e

Service! You receive route-marked maps and Wednesday, with his mother,

valuable(travel}information to make your trip a I Mrs T. F. Brown, Betty, Louise vuu T' ia
pleasure from'start to finish. and Billy remained for a visit. -i.- S 4
I Mrs. Ida Parrish and daughter, :
j i Veda of Earlton spent the week- ; k a

GOODMAN'SService : end with daughter, Mrs. Topsy -
I! Brown, and family.
StationU. !' Miss Betty Durling, Mrs. Ethel

I Crews daughter, Nell, Norma Jean
S. 301 at South City LimiN ;Jones, and Louise Weest spent makes T
Starke, Florida SUL ;,Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville.

.' Mrs. M. B Layfield is_ in Tampa'I
her Mrs. Blount
I where daughter
I I ,.;'
is seriously ill, Mr. and Mrs. Ra-

i leigh Brannen, spent Friday and

|Wfw a permanent that's I Saturday Mr. and there.Mrs' Durwood Dortchof

guests 5
Gainesville were Sunday
of Mrs. Dor h's parents, Mr.

TROUBLE-FREE. and Mrs. Frank Thomas. f/
.' Mrs. Dick Williams spent the
weekend with her husband in

MJ and Mrs. Leroy Thomasand ,J
children of Lake City spent

Saturday with their father, M.

C. Hess.
/ 1 Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill have returned -

I from a trip. to Washington,

D.C.Mr.. and Mrs. Vernon Slade

I visited William Slade at St

1ir minute. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville eati

.. : I Sunday, Mr. Slade is expected to

waving* I be end.Mrs.able to come home this week- happy

\ ii: Louise Manier is visitingin
) lotions! Cocoa.

i\'t( Mrs. Frank Thomas was in -
Gainesville Saturday night to bring
:f' No Guesswork her mother, Mrs. Perry Starling

< home from the HospttaL
No Test Curls! and Mrs. Bert Finch and
MB. -+ ; Add the sparkling goodness of
C'j \ daughter Vicky of SL Petersburg .w hd
.oJ No Clock Watching/ / spent Sunday with Mrs. Finch's .r a Sfoclcuisr ice-cold Coca-Cola to an outdoors -

parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. N.

Jackson. ?tare .Ss meal, hot off the grill-that's a
I Mrs J. L. Williams, son Russell
50 Mrs. Marshall Matchett, son combination sure to get three cheers
( and daughter. Barbara. "
$ I''Mrs Wayne. Geo. Williams Mrs. Frank I # from everybody. Coke is just right

PLUS 'Williams son Jimmy and daugh- I
TAX i ter. Nell, attended the wedding of I e with holiday food. so easy to

....SUTE TOM fcr N.. Vtlt CINTll H.. tltUAl TOM 1 Miss Idell Durban and O. J. Boyett r f, serve too in its own frosty bottle.
...........I.r "TONI f.i ...;->.. f. .......Uw... at the Methodist church in': I ,
..... .,...... w ..ir.. Lawtey Sunday. Barbara Matchett '
..!......et.. h r sang. II Get a plentiful supply for the 4th.

Ch"bse the SELFTIMINGTON custom-made for you. There'sa

complete selection of new 1S-minute waving lotions forevery HOSrITALmnsslO s I P

type of hair, every style of wave.KOCH'S The following patients have I t4 .-,_ Your dealer Is displaying this sign. e e
been admitted to Doctor's Clinic

l $t f4 t stWw'Rfth : Mrs.Hospital G A.during Schanck the, Waldo past; Walter week: a reminder to take home

flAm Ata 1.ffiLSL f; ur life! Woods Butler:and Mrs Mrs.Norma Ann Thimtte Bigson Lake Clin- extra Coke for the week end. ,

." '. .. __ .. .oa- ___on .. tonville, Wis.; Mrs. Leretta Johnson I If
Green Bay Wis.: Mrs. Nellie '

DRUG STORE iBrooker I : Mrs. Shirley Barber, i I,

East Point; Mrs. Ruth Schanbarger STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANYFlUD. !
Mrs. Alice E. Holder, Mrs. ,

PHONE 53 STARKE, FLA. Reva Darrah, and Faye Bagwell. "' '_" 'nu: i ; ':l;'. Nwi i

Sta ke. .


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r.um POW FRIDAY 2, 19M

...,.. .. I' I
';1N, :'>" .' ; Hampton WMU Josephine Thomas : NOTICE TO ..trrrARi I Ila or before the 2 day of August.
>><'r. < ::1 j i Oirrnit Court.. Bradford County 1954; otherwise the allegations <.f
:,.>::,:':: :< To Florida: !. 1 kanrerr. said Complaint will be taken as
Meet \Veds Durward Dortch '
/ Urged
: \i-\\j Taylor Plaintiff vs. "WUu confessed by you.
5:': '. .: \ .\ T.i.> Kir Defendant. This notice ,thall be published
With Young PeopleAll Case No. 1057CNotire once each week for four consecutive
To \ppe r. weeks
in the Bradford County Tele
'''. \\ .:lu.imV.. Taylor whose graph.
members of the WMU: art- .,nd address is: 1012: East" Dated this SO day of June, 1.4.UFF'ICIAL .> .
urged to attend our Young peo :-;ittt, Lumberton, North ( SEAL> Charles A. Darby

pIe's Meeting in Hampton on :.-e hereby notified that a!Sy Marian Clerk L. Crosby of tile Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk

.I Wednesday, July 9, at 10 am setting aside decree of j 7/3 4t 7 I'J
Gladys Mooty I mttred'i
Phone 35 I $ 1 The guest speaker will be Miss Ji 1 L fva:: against you in the I IB The Court Of-The Cenatr Judge,
Bonnie Jean I. <"iifd Court and cause and Bradford County, Florida.
.. 3w I Ray, missionarv from .
> 'iiiired to serve a copy of IB Probate.
China and Hawaii. A business <,a >' -\str or pleading t? the com- IN UE: Estate of Richard D. E-; ::
: meeting will be held in the after o >n the Plaintiff Attorneyi nett. Deceased.Aolior .
Worthy Grand Matron Pays i: Turner, 132:! FloridaJacksonville. Of Filing Petition For 'la.1 l
Eastern I noon. !.r I l-tuWlng, IHxrhance Of Admiaiitrator.TO .

Official Visit To Starke Chapter Last Week II I r, i: All pastors are urged to attend ii .1 ,a.".,. original In the office or Notice WHOM is hereby IT MAY given CONCERN that 1 :has"
i .. .
Bring your youth, since this is ri. K -f the Circuit Court on filed my final returns as Admit
Esther Bush, Worthy Grand stressed the attributes of the Star I 4 their day.Methodist. I ,. .. r 'he Jdaj '.f August 1S54: strator of the estate of Richard I I-
I 't the allegations of said Pennett. deceased: that I have f'lrd
that it ,
Points and said, finally, J .
Matron of Florida. Order of the I 'i u ill be taken as confess- my petition for final discharge and
would love one another I d \ ." j
her official we that I will apply to the HonorableTheron
Eastern Star, paid I, Circles Tn; > notice shall be published A. Yawn, ,
all the rest would come of its own. County Judge .f
visit to Starke Chapter No. 224 :.. -# >ni? each week for foul consecutive Bradford County Florida on July
on Wednesday June 23. A ban I The Worthy Grand Patron, Wilbur I Will Meet TuesdayThe ::: ... ;.>1." graph.Dated weeks. m the Bradford County Tele 24.for final 1954. discharge for approval of same .nd
Masters Jr., spoke briefly i' "'' Administrator
quet was served in the Methodist,I ," ", ": :::\ this: ii day of June 1954OKKK.1AL of the estate of Richard D. Bennett,
but with conviction.In Methodist W. S. C. S. circles : "C'''' ( :;SEAL Charles A. DUb) Deceased.
recreation hall immediately pre-1 i I addition to these two state will meet next Tuesday as i. ,., .}ii..,. Clerk of the Circuit Court June :4, 1954.Signed .
the meeting.At k By Marian L. Crosby: Deputy Clerk.754t7J. ( ) Richard Bennett Jr
ceding 't'- :
o'clock the meeting was 1 officers, other distinguished guests follows: I .. .... Administrator of the estate of
included: Esther Livingston, As- Circle 1 win meet Tuesday Richard Bennett, Deceased
I )
convened in the chapter room TO APPEARIB 7/-4t-7 JJ
which was beautifully decorated: sociate Grand Matron; Maime morning at 10 o'clock in the Edu- I Mr. and M rs. Frank Thomas of 1 1 Florida Clmit i IB Crt Ckmneery., Bradford Comnty I

of Gibson, Grand Marshal; Marjorie cational building with Mrs. H. H. Hampton announce the Lansing J. Hooth. Plaintiff Hel-
arrangement yellow marriageof

and with arrangements lavender an gladioli of yellow in the hibiscus East- Brice Driggers, Charlotte Grand Perry Adah, and; Verna Fran- 2\ Slade Adams as presiding hostess. and Mrs. T. H. Durwood their daughter Dortch of, Josephine Waldo. They to |en Cool Tit h. Defendant.tpprar Case So. 10550Notice .GOT: A?: ,.

ces Keisling, Past Grand Matrons; : : Helen Booth, whose residence
Circle 2. Mrs. L. D.
behind were united in June land
the windows marriage 21 '
stood I address
and B. is: Unknown.
Wallace !
and to the right and left leader, will meet Tuesday afternoon -!at Folkston, Ga. and will make You are hereby notified that a
Brice, Past Grand Patrons; Cleo suit for
Worthy Matron. In the at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. I j their home in Gainesville.
of the Divorce
Grand Instructor of Dis-
West the Worthy.Matron's motto, Harley, ., J. F. McComb. has been filed against you In theI TAKE .f :
trict 8; Wilhelmina Vige, Grand J .'. Circle 3, Mrs. J. I' All of aid property being in the I above named Court and cause and
"Love, Truth Service", in gold Instructor, District 22; Mary W. Andrews County of Bradford, State of Flor- i you are required to serve a copy of i for ,
on a back- leader, will meet Tuesday after- ida. your answer or pleading to the com-
letters, was placed Laura Johnson, Past Grand Mar- State Representative and Mrs. S. D. Saunders of Middleburg an- t'nless such certificate or certificates plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney symptomatic
at 3:30 .
with noon o'clock with Mrs.I.
ground of lavender, encircled i shall be redeemed accordingto T. Frank Landrum Starke, I 6 6 6
leaves. An arrangement shal; Helen Carter, Repre-! nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, P. Shepherd. to the property described in Florida. RELIEFThat's

magnolia leaves stood before sentative of Puerto Rico; Jessie I Hilda to J. 1. Alvarez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez: of Starke. such oertpficate or certificates will and filf the original in the office of I .
of magnolia Mae Hicks, Grand Representative ,be sold to the highest bidder at the I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on _
the West. The marriage will be an event of Sunday, July 11, at 4 o'clock in the Singing ConventionThe i court house door on the first Monday | "-- ---------- -
of New Mexico; and Louise Lati- ( in month of August 1954.
The courtesy given the Worthy mer Grand Representative of Black Creek Missionary Baptist Church near Penney Farms. No in- which is the :2 day of August. 1S54.

Grand Matron was intricate and British Columbia. vitations have been sent, but all relatives and friends of the couple are Bradford-Union Singing I (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 24 day) Charles of June.A. Darby 1954. \ I' T A S S .M Our Business

beautifully performed by the drill During the social hour which invited to the wedding and reception. Convention will meet Sunday, I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I! If It's Glass We Have It!

team. At its close a piano key- following the meeting, refresh- July 4, at 2 p.m. in the Brooker'I County. Florida.7/2-41-7: ,i % CALL WRITE or VISIT

board was formed in front of ments were served from a beauti- Miss Idell Durban Baptist Circles Baptist Church. Everyone interested 2:1 I /
the Worthy Grand Matron and as table. I : in gospel singing is invited. I! AOTICR TO APPEAR !
fully appointed I Honored At Shower |I In fin-Bit ('uarl. Bradford Co.aty.Florida Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
the notes "E" and "B", her ini- Meet Next Week i : In Chancery- .
sounded the piano, I : OTICE i Jake R. Pad/rett, Plaintiff v*. Anna 1
tials were on OF
the corresponding "keys" of the Beta Sigma Phi The home of Mrs. Effie Minerin I Circles of the First Baptist TAX DEEM 1 i iM. Padgett. Defendant.Case Xo 10-581
Lawtey was the of a Church Home Bill *o. 1M(2 We Design Modern Store Fronts
scene will
meet golfer To
circled Gives DanceBeta Monday after- AppeariTo
floor were Holiday Notice
on the IS herebygiven,
piano that Ken- I
lovely miscellaneous shower Thursday -I : Anna M Padgett, whose residence Just Mail Us A Pattern for
and the keyboard dissolved into noon, July 5, at 3 o'clock as follows neth C. Grider the bolder of the following and address j
two notes of music on the floor. Sigma Phi Sorority is giving evening of last week, honor- : : certificates certificates for has filed said You are hereby is notified: I'nknown.that a Table Tops
a tax deed to be issued ;-
The Associate Matron and Associate a 4th of July dance Saturday, ing Miss Idell Durban whose i Lorena Epperson Circle with thereon. The certificate numbers suit Divorce for 1313 N.W 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
marriage to (). J. Boyette Jr. of and years of issuance; the description
S. O. -
July 3rd at U. Building has been filed
Patron then presented the i Mrs. A. A. Durden; Daisy Fowler of the property, and the against you In the I
Lake event of Sunday above named Court and and
City was an cause
from 9 m. until names in which
Worthy Grand Matron and Worthy p. with Mrs. Lavern Outlaw; Ida follows was assessed areas I you are required to serve a copy of I
afternoon in the church. :
Grand Patron honorary member- As a rule of thumb the water Darby with Mrs. I. E. Clark; Dora Certificate No. 60. Year of Issuance I your plaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to the Attorney corn.1

ship certificates and gifts. In her requirement for an irrigation \ Games and contests were en- Alderman with Mrs. L. A. Canova; 1852.Description of T. Frank Landrum, Starke
Matron joyed, with Mrs. Property: Com. at a and file the original In the Fla'i
Grand Mae Wells and Helen
address, the system is 10 gallons per minute Masters with Mrs. F. B. point on N tide of the .ASK it UKK the flerk of the Circuit Court (
Mrs. S- A. Hicks making the high Beard (covered dish where Westmoreland St. crosses I before 2 or I
the of
for each acre to be irrigated. luncheon). the K/W of day August 1954:
and the ASK & URn &. on otherwise the I
I scores receiving prizes. The Doris allegations of said
Knight K side
Circle will] of said St. & run N parallel (Complaint will be taken as conte:,.-
ALL TYPES OF Outstanding among the gifts meet Tuesday night at 8 o'cloch with Westmoreland St. 2itO ft. for led by you
received by Miss Durban, which in the educational a pt. of begthence continue N parallel I[ This notice shall be published.1
PEST CONTROL SET building with I with Westmoreland St 50 ft. !I once each week for four consecutive
included many pieces of china in Mrs. J. H. Dennis and :Mrs. W. J thence E at right angles to said :it. weeks in the Bradford County Tel-
HEAT RELIEF her chosen pattern, was an old Dodd as hostesses. 417 ft. thence Southwesterly to pt I''rraph.I '
TERMITES fashioned handmade of beg being in the SE", of SE>, I Dated this 31 day uf June 194.;; \
quilt pre- Sec. 29 T 6 S U :22 r;. (OFFICIAL SEAL)) Charles A. Darby
Household Commercial TouTl feel better wbea. you sented by her grandmother, Mrs.J. ,L. H. Futch. Name in wluih assessed: I'n- 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court'I Sewing Machine Operators
'By Marian
GROVE SPRAYING Mj goodbye to hot. muggyweather. L. Williams of Hampton.At Out of town guests, other than known. L. Crosby Deputy 7,2-4t-7 Clerk. 23TVTVTTTTVTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I
Enjoy cool com the close of the evening refreshments Mrs. Williams I
included '
Call for estimate fort with RCA RoomQhqs. Mrs.
Air Cc ditioainr. -' were served by the George Williams, Mrs. Frank Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES

Florida Pest Control hostesses Mrs. Miner, Mrs. G. W. Williams and Miss Barbara Mat- I FARMERS i

I C. ShepherdTV Roberta Mrs H C, Kelly, and Mrs. :hett, all of Hampton. ATTENTION \ 18 THRU 35

& Chemical Co. *

2220 N.W.4th St. Ph. 6W Radio Seat Covers j E GREEN BAY FOOD CO. \
Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
I Gainesville, Fla. I Phone 239 Starke, Fla.ALVAREZ' -
5 Buying Red Pepper SOc Bu. Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others


tlil I II STORE Established Men's Clothing 1894 II'II'I i idM0YINQ Buying Watermelon Also Rind 4 10th & CHURCH STREETS

News for this and the social 15 members enjoyed swimmingand I 21/2 c Per. Lb. BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

page has definitely gone into the a covered dish supper. E

summer slump been too hot Nice to see Billy and Merry Beth GAINESVILLE FARMERS MARKET 1 Starke, Fla.
: .
to entertain too hot to go some Colson and family here on vacation -

j place. to be entertained and even from Tucson, Ariz. Say U1UTAllWALL/AIV ..." -- -

too hot to get a decent night's it was 116 in the shade when .. -- -...... .?-' -.-. -.' -. -' --= "' ,-, -:: ..,- .-"* -_ -;: -. .-: --; -,:;-, .-';.:>-.-' -..
"sleep even some of the streets they left there and there wasn't / :: :::; ;- : : :. :- ':':;'''''';' '--... --'v.F.-:; '; '' ,;:"' """ :;; <""ii.. "''':,$ ," :: 'x. ; ;;; :::: -- : <" / -

LOCAL Safe PHONEOR around town are giving up the any shade!. Arizona has no

ghost ((buckling up) oh, well trees, you now Hear the Dr.

Dependable 311 we have a long weekend aheadto C. K. Hayeses former Starkeites,

LONG EconomicalDISTANCE rest up. are shifting their residence from Bring The FamilyAND

Alvarez OR I See the Charles Clark family Little Rock, Ark. back to Madison -
R. B.
I !ha.ve. move4 from the Pooler maybe we'll be seeing them

Agents For TRANSFER AND 2SO-J) d apartment to the !
Redgraves apart oftener from now on I
Dtlcher Bros. STORAliE CO. ment on Water street hear\ alii SPEND A
Well, guess everybody is ,
that John and Sarah Torode have
I -
set for the big Fourth of July
the Harold Wall house
purchased ,
I I(weekend Looks like it'll be quiet
STORAGEPerryman I now occupied by the Carl Robertson '
I II as usual around town, with most
N. Walnut street and to 'I
plan stores closed on Monday Only SAFE
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida I move in about Sept. 1st Mr. 'thing exciting' I've heard about FOURTH
and Mrs. J. W. Abell both
employed \ I
1\ is the big Humphreys picnic on

.. at Hercules, are moving 'Sunday and the Beta Sigma Phi ,
< -
-- -- ....-. -.-, .. --- I from the Vanphy house on Oak I dance Saturday night in the USO*
St. to the R. J. Davis house on I Guess that's enough- specially
Church street on July 1st Ar1itt61
the weather
if stays as hot as
Hazel and Gene Matthews and it has been for the past week or
Florida Theatre< family I are moving to their Kings- ''so .

ley lake home this week Ruth
So long See you in the next.
and Frank Broadway and family

I are moving from Ruby Johns i -Carolyn I

I house Laura St. to Ruby's i .
3 BIG DAYS on apartment corner of South upstairs / -'.: : ::::. .::----:: -=--=.- fritric $iiifif 1e+irl N' H# Eiti i A ; t ,

and Cherry street.

Tues. Wed.\ & Thurs. -- July 6 7 8She's flashing Spotted a Jonnie diamond Frances given to Crews her DAB.IL: i

Edwards a formal FL'\\
by Carl H. .
TARKE _ # + .,
announcement soon hear that
a i:
Kitty Carter is relieving Marion : :: t :

Long in Dr. Barry's office while''' :Fri.. Sat.-July 2, 3 i

Mary Ann. j:
Marion and daughter DOUBLE FEATURE
Johnny was"Vienna"
vacationing for two weeks and I I
ber man! are i
's .
Opal McAhley will be on relief :,' Half A Hero \

duty in the Starke Maternity Hospital With Red Skelton and Jean Hagen''!!

Buddy Bishop is en- j I

joying a week's fishing trip in -And- =;- :i t.
Minn. I I:
Sharon Wells of Ruby Johns I San Antone ;

beauty shop spent from Sunday ,Kod Cameron and ArleenTielan j!

to Tuesday in Tally taking her!! ;
I Plus Serial Last Chapter "Jungle'Raiders" :,
Fla. State Board Beautician exam i i
|: and Color
Cartoon I I
'I--by the way. Sharon hails from : j qi (7 Miles from Starke on Blanding Road)

I Alaska hear that Joann Smith i Sun., Mon. and Tues. j

I is attending Girls State in Tally July 4, 5, 6 \

J. this week her mother. Eoline SWIMMING FISHING
HERBERT. ). YATLS. \i Smith, and Judy Green drove up DOUBLE FEATURE ; I II a @

'" presents: there last Friday spotted Ha- ''I
The Stand
SOAR CRAWFORD zel Phillips of G'ville around town I BOWLING BILLIARDS

ai lilt woman wile laves visiting friends Wednesday '! At Apache River ;

jo ANYGuRNL'stifling Dot Sale is enjoying a week's Stephen McXally and Julia Adams i 1
vacation out at Kingsley this week I New Covered Picnic Facilities Also New Bath House Facilities For 1

-AndNaked !

SHC.IKJ Kitoott!: anfcoio ( \ "just to prove it nearly always I) Your Enjoyment And Convenience
HiiiDI; IkrJ.MS. D D'I! w.DJ I II Spur I
i iI II
i unite pays to lend a helping -
br Com jlidafxi TflW' I Sunday a week ago, Dave Paulkj i James Stewart and Janet Leigh i i

I,noted an Ohio car out near his Plus Color Cartoon for Kids SPACIOUS PICNIC GROUNDS
i!drive on the Lake Butler hiway I

ALSO LITTLE SCHOOL MOUSE |that was having car trouble and : Wed., Thur.-July 7. 8

into his yard .- -- -
towed them
.and fixed the car and sent them I

I;cn theiray to Daytona! 5 Great Stars This year the wise will stay close to home for theI

Beach several days later the I

i I Paulks received a box of Southern The Best Years ;4 Fourth and long weekend to frolic. There's plenty
This Great
Miss Stupendous
i''Pack candies and a lovely than- Of Our LivesWith .

; note from the Ohioians. at Beach .
you Breazeale's home on Myrna Loy Fredric March, Kingsley for the entire family so why
Barbara -rtr
SPECIALAt ,:Dana Andrews Teresa
MOVIE Wright and
Kingsley was the scene of a delightful -. ; '
by Virginia Mayo over-tax the highways ? __
: farewell picnic given : :

the Methodist Senior Choir Tuesday Plus Cartoon "Cabellero Droopy" s
Regular Admission Price .\
evening honoring Carl Roberts j For The Kids -- Ii

.. I the choir director, who is .leaving. the '.- : :, -:..' .; .' --::-._----- .:-- ..:'':' ; '- :<. -,-' --- --': -''.< .' .-:::'':: .. ... "' r'i- >=< >:::;;- ,. <,':: <; :
for -
'...__ ._ .- ,. _., _. __ _._ ____ .n. I this weekend Quuicey j -

II t

w now."-

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Mr. and :Mrs. John Ocie :McGee of Nashville, Tenn. I. Appear: State of Florida To .
Edwin St. '
'6 I Herman ,AI.in.-t hn.-e irMdtm, '' 1 IIiiI "::A: :::::: ;:.:-v..J.t!_ : '!:.:__ :::-. :' :" c,, }j _': :_' i' yJUI.Y
snd family of Palmetto are making will be home over the weekend and addr.-xx ,': L'\K.\O\V.\ i
their home temporarily with visiting relatives.Mr. You are required to appear on ,
a&tddnant1G' I the V. S. St. Johns. and Mrs. Jack Haile of I August Court and 2, 154 cause; in, the wherein.Uinxr plaintiff flan,( |

Mrs. Mary Bolick of Lewiston, Miami and Mrs. Ruth Fortney of!of seeks minor divorce.thildrmBradford custody an'l <."!.tr'l l 4TH SALES JUBILLEE I INtaO

i Idaho is visiting her sister, Mrs. Winston Salem, N. C. were guests County Telegraph shall
-SIN Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and I publish this Order in next four
THE PlEWS Jesse Xewsome and Mr. Newsome. weekly issues. '\ "'...""...-
Linda Gail McRaeTsited Mr. Mrs. W. G. Haile. I Witness my hand and official
.1 seal at Starke, Klrnli, tl.i-I Juiit' ,
u jjid Mrs. Morris Williams in Lake Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and 129. 1954.

two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth and I City last week. ..daughter, Margaret Rose, are (OFFICIAL SEAL Clerk) Charle of said A. DarbyAs Court. ,

A. I. Brown in Warner Robbins daughter, Penny and Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Lonnie Cook and Earl .1 spending the long weekend in p.y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy "lerk ::::::.
Ga. who has been ill. Hair and daughter, Ann, of Lake Carter of Miami were overnight Little Switzerland, N. C. as the Zach ing Jacksonville II. Douglas., 505 Florida.Lynch Build =:=::=:=:=:

Chief WO and Mrs. Robert J. City, visited Mr. and Mrs. JamesF. guests Thursday of last week of guest of Mrs. W. B. Sewell. They AU)!'. for Pif._ : 2 4t 7 j::

Bethea, former Starke residents, !. Hollingsworth in Thomson Ga. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. Harold will be accompanied home by Mrs. ,OTU'a-:
returned to the states June 1st Thursday of last week. Mrs. Hol- Tyus returned to :Miami with them Duncan's slctpr. Mrs. Roy Smithof The registration bo..kv ..t" tht ',t\
of Starke. Florida Mill l h.> f..1
after a year at Camp Zamo, Japan ingsworth's grandson, Jimmy for a week's visit. Tennille, ,a. for several weeks Registration of Elector, at open the t'Uv''

end, now are making their home at ,Hollingsworth, returned with them Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance had visit.Mrs. Hall in the City of Starke. Florida .
from Friday July 16. A n 1S"54! RplEE
Camp Stewart. Ga. The Betheas for a week's visit. as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner of Orlandowas from 9 A.M. to a P.)!. a3i day '
have been visiting trends here Rev. and Mrs. George L. Colgin Billy Burbank, Jr. and sons of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. clock cept Saturdays 9 A.M to H'I''I'

the past week. and children of Mayodan: N. C.I Fernandina and Mrs. R. N. Cars- D. Fancher from Tuesday to August noon Uth, -A.D.through, 1J51 U Saturday ucloik I / ://////inJQuantity -

Penny Hollinsworth pent the are spending a week with Mr. and! well and children of Waycross, Thursday.Mr. noon. I
L. attended CITY OF ST A TIKI':. FI.OK1DA: Thru Sat. 3
past three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Gay. Ga. and Mrs. J. Cole iiy c'ar Johns. I I Rights Reserved Prices Good July

Mrs. J. L. Hair in Lake City. Miss Faye Paulk visited her Gloria Bell of Jacksonville is the 50th wedding anniversary Kegistratmn 'Mffu.rr>-. \
of Mr. Cole's parents, Mr. and 7 :'a: 7 9
I Jimmy Hazen is spending a uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. visiting her cousin Linda Wasdin. STOCK UP FOR THE LONG WEEK-END!
Mrs. J. S. Cole in LaGrange, Ga. i
week with his cousin, Julian Hazenin Paul Underhill in Jacksonville Mrs. J. W. Hamilton of Braden- ,
Plant City. Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss ton and :Mrs. Earl Powell of Pal- on June 20. 1 WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 5
Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Jenningsand I
Harriet Goodman is spendingthis Sylvia Paulk spent the past week metto were overnight guests Sat- FOR SALE
week with her grandmother, with relatives in Willacoochee.Ga.Mrs. urday of }{r. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas. -1 family of Miami were overnight -II. OSCAR MAYER YELLOW BAND SMOKED
Wednesday of Rev. !
Mrs. Ethel Pickren in Gainesville. Gent Long and daughter, I guests ,
and Mrs. R. D. Sommer. QUILTING
Miss Ann Brandies of Callahanwas Mary Ann, are leaving this week- Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson is in I 12.141bs. Avg. Half or Whole
I Mrs. H. C. Douglas visited her
the Monday guest of Miss end for Baltimore, Md. where Norfolk, Va. visiting friends. I i
Hank in Orlando on Sunday.
Judy Green. I Mary Ann will go through the )Ir. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had son i SCRAPS25cPer :
Mrs. E. T. Vestal of Jacksonville -
Johns Hopkins Hospital for her as Sunday guests Mrs. P. E. Stone,
and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin I
ICE COLD regular check-up. Afterwards!I Miss Mamie Anderson and :Mrs. C
of Ocala were weekend
they will 'go to Greenwich, Conn. 'i G. \V. Allen slid four children ofrcher. Casey Lb. [ Lb.
of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. ,
to visit }trs. Long's twin sister :\ guests
MELONSCANTALOUPES Mrs. Robert: M. Lee, and Mr. Lee. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. and son, Casey. Miss Judy Casey returnedto At
this week with Mrs.
They expect to be gone two weeks. Archie, have returned .home after spend
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Co1- two weeks visit in Scottsboro, Vestal. BIG DADMANUFACTURING

:3 !FOR 25e son and'children, Cecil and Nancy, Ala. with relatives.Mr. Mrs. Harold Norman has re- No Center Slices Removed
arrived in Starke Sunday fora and Mrs. Shep Faber of turned home after an eightweekvisit CO.

I FRESH PEACHES visit with their parents, Dr. and Gainesville were Saturday guests with relatives at Miami I I lb 49c
::2 OS. 25c Mrs. Lemuel Colson and Hollis lof Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. I,

V. Knight. Mr. and Mrs Colson. i Mr. and :Mrs. Maxte Carter, Sr. NOTICE TO APPEAR I
TOMATOES:2'I (the former Mary Beth Knight) had as guests during'last week at Florida[. Circuit la Court.Caaaeer Bradford. Ceaat,,I I CENTER SLICES OF HAMS Ib 89'

: ; lacMARTIN'S have recently purchased a home their Kingsley Lake home, Mrs. Elubert F. Morgan, Plaintiff, vs. ''I
in Tuscon, Ariz. where they 'have Clinton Buff and irrs. Leslie Mc- e:;oldya T. Morgan, l>efesdantotlce I ICarr
resided. the past year. Coy of Newbern, X. C., and Mrs. \ To Appear ,
FRUIT Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke of Royal Hawkins, };lr. and Mrs I I To: Ooldya T. Morgan shore tvpioace "'I"
SwampscoU Mass. have returnedto John Dunbar and Mrs. Joe Wells / and address h.: CnVnoun. I'' 39c
SHOP You are hereby notified mat a FRESH MILD' CHEDDAR CHEESE
I Starke to make their home. of Jacksonville I suit for i

Mrs. E. F. Miles spent the-past Mrs. Albert Let 'Crosby, Jr. and I has Divorce been filed against you In the I "
children spent L"lepast two weeks above named Court and cause and SUNNYLAND SMOKED PICNICS 43'
you are required to serve a copy of
OPEN PIT in Atlanta, Ga. visiting Mrs. Crosby's your answer or pleading K the
parents, Mr. and :Mrs. H. complaint on the Plaintiff*
Attorney T. frank: LoDdrum, 1 lb. "EAT-RITE" Vac Pack
( W. Townsend, while Mr. Crosbywas Starke, Florida, ef
BARBQUEOAKWOOD at Camp :It Clellan. and file the original In the oTfice of All
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Hardy dt or before the 4 WIENERS2Pkgs.
2 day of AurvsA9ai.
Pompano Beach were visiting
USED) otherwise the allegation of said For C
Mrs. Hardy's parents, :M. and Joraplaint will be taken as confessed -

FRIDAY and SUNDAY Mrs. Albert Lee .Crosby, Sr. over This by you.notice shall be published CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON' DIXIE DARLING
the weekend. once each week for four consecutive n yLIBBY'S
: IFrom 2 ".:\1. Til Open Sunday From 2 ) 1.1. Miss Jean Voorhees of Rosebm weeks in the Bradford County Tele about this qtRsUon'ha'e
Oregon is spending the summer Dated this 3t 67 of 3ime '1954
I Plate Class Insurance
with Mr. and Airs. C. J. Powell and ,OFFlLfAL SEAL) the CeswtDouri1y
ClerK of on store windows but no
PELICAN CLUB .family. Marian L. Crosby, Dnnty Clorka my
I Dr. Argin Br gus of Atlanta, -a .-/-:, Business Interruption. A FROZEN

'Ga., spent from.Saturday to: Wed- la drrait Co..... Bradford County, plate glass loss might run
Highway 16 ;3 Miles East of StarW: ''nesday with _Ir. and Mrs. Jim Florid! la C:* .n cry. $200, but being out of busi- Cans
Hilda W. Abinrt'Plaintiff. \'>- Unman I 99C
Chasteen. Abmt, IVfT dantCast'So ness by fire, tornado, etc ORANGE J JUICE 1 0
'' I Mrs. Marian Howe returned ln-57'*
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Sunday attending -
fort I
t month. Does Business Inter- !

I at ten days the the Chapel Southeastern Hill UniverSity Institute,; ruption Insurance cost only I SWEET RIPE

DANCE Chapel Hill, N C FILL DIETGOOD three or four times what Lbs '

Davis Mrs.of A.Gainesville N. Pettit and spent Mrs.Fridayand R. J. RICH Glass Insurance costs? FANCY PLUMS L S 2 29C

EVEET Saturday .at Mrs. Davis' name

I here.Mr.. and Mrs. A. J. Duke of, TOPSOIL Charley Johns FROZEN I

THURSDAY & FRIDAY NIGHT Orlando:: and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh I See ,

I'Edge of Gainesville were Sunday PAK-REDI I SHRIMP Pkg 59C
Music By guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke. BILL JACKSON & Son Agency
i] Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and :3Jrs.

TOMMY'S TANTRUMSROUND Paul Raymond are in Miami for a Jackson Transfer: ''Compan:;' Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAj ;= ..:jt:: _.:-:.. -- ."...; __ : .:_ .;; ---= : = .: '-_: :=___"_.-r---: :: ..___
)week or ten days visiting Mr. and Phone 165 ,

AND :IMrs. M. H. Laag ..........I Van Camp's PORK & Dixie Darling
SQUARE i I Raymond Howe left Monday lora -
month's business trip to Buffalo, TTTTTVTTTTTTyTVTTTTVTTTrtTTTfffyTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTGrand

DANCES {N Mrs.Y. Jessie lazenby of Port II Opening H i BEANS S BREAD2No2Cans33C

Orange was the;guest Thursday of
Fun For All P last week of Dr sand Mrs. W. T. :

.Middleton.i :Miss Delores"McKnight will "TEEH TOW FT FamLoaves25C

upend; the long weekend in Wain- I
The PELICAN ington, D. C. and Richmond, Va. FRIDAY NIGHT. JULY 2
'visiting friends. 8 P3I. 'U S 0 BUILDING ,
Miss Madge Middleton had cs :-io-:: -.;::::;; -r--: ::: :: : ; O=,,_ :--'jL:: : -- .- oz::':,:::, _::;: = --y-: : ===:::; _

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Wednesday ilrs.UJb Dillard and

.. ,, _.. _. ,Miss Kathryn Tiller of Kissimmee 303 Can
"" --- ". -.--. _. no ,, __- _-.-_ _- and Mrs.
Sally Edwards of Dane E F I 1 OCJust
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j Mr. and Mrs. Rays.oad Howe Ji .
Al ana son, David, of:fit. Augustine "Teen Town 'is Student Sponsored Undei Direction of

(spent the weekend \wath the semen II Miss Nina Bishop for Bradford County Students"AAAAlAAAAAAAAitAAAAAxAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Slice and Serve
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I Mr. and Mrs. Jimnrv Bunch and< Can

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C last week with Mrs. unch's par- G- <. :- -- .; :.:J.-:=--=-_: .= --- :_, ____ 00_'

ents, -Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Peck. '

Mrs. Jack Trawickand children j DONALD
Jack, Jr. and Donna, spent last'week 'iWm. fl DUCK \

: '*ith Mrs. TrawrcK's mother. I Quart Jar
4 Mrs. Jane Anderson in Tampa. SALAD DRESSING 39C

> ,Donna: remained with iier grandmother i
4 -this week. Dedicated To Community Service -
: Mr. and Mrs. Ned Tancey and I "...vies Are Better loan Ever"
tT ;. family spent Sunday in St. Augus- MARCAL
:i tine.
If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I'11
Mr. and Mrs. you your 80-Ctn
:I George Powell of
4 P>,Newton N. C.. Mrs. Emma Tannerof cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS PAPER NAPKINS 10C
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Baldwij;. Mrs. J. H. Fteds
and 3
j C. J. Powell Fri.. SatJuly 2 Tuts.. Wed. and Thus
of Starke spent the I .
Iii I n : ,weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. DOUBLE, FEATURE I I II July 6 7 S ;'J'i: ; t! = : ;::: .: :.=--= -_' = : : '_, ::'-- ,,:::- :--. _
':ford in Cocoa. -
.1 j I Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barxsdale : 7& Atfl"l fMI k THREE BH DAYS Hershey's Fact. PackSUGAR "Pause that RefreshesASTOR "

2 Get Farm Ideas and Mrs. Lola Mott of Starke and : TiWTdBA '
Improvement E 40
Leon Thomas
; of Melrose ait vacationing S
for three weeks in Wmd- JOHN) (DUSTY DAVID She's Many was
From Our Plan Books tHeres I i rsor.: Canada. 1 I KING SHARPS NYieEQa".. ier man!
Mr. and
> and family Mrs.enjr>Robert.ved a Barksflale picnic at I I MAX '.LIln TERHUNE ,..hetr4 Lb Bag c

-4 a Starke Builders' Supplies servicethat'll E Fernandina Beach on Sunday.j --- -- --And- 5 39C ctn619ccase2415
j B. C. Holtzendorf. Jr. is
3 help you decide what farm buildings are E ,spending this week in Miami with Sweethearts on Parade '

: Best for your needs. her patents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Plus "Solid Serenade" Cartoon and Limit with $5 Order! Limit With Order!
,Daniel. Mr. Holtzendorf will join I. Chap. 12 Serial
4 Pictures show interiors and exteriors of modern dairy her Mrs.over the weekend. -. -- --:::: :"< :'- ":::.:.; .:'-" =:: -:: =- : _:1MKB1IVzlb: : :: -::-- ':: =' = ;. :,:.. .::= .. -:. ;..
R B. McLendon of Orlando I. E. CLARK
4 barns poultry and brooder houses, too and machine I 1 spent several days last week with
4 (her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sun.Ion.July: 4. 5We're TEA 43CGa.

4 4 sheds designed for -j'' Happy To Bring You

4 4 Utility -- Durability -- Economy E,Orlando for observation last Sunday 'I THIS HOLIDAY SPECIAL JiERSERJ. J. YATES. Maid Sweet Mixed
<4 I morning and: Mrs. Matthews prevents.r1.. '

4 You'll learn here to locate buildings to best advantage, .':.accompanied to Orlando.: her daughter back ', JOAN CRAWFORD : PICKLES L E S 22-oz I IIIIIK
fait 2SC
I Mrs. Lillie fatale tekt /orrsNJvGwr
4 how larger poultry house will cut chores and make j' Cone of Brooker is .Jo1l t
visiting her daughter. Mrs M '

3 jou :MORE moneyWe'll E; ; F. Hazen, and "11'. Hazen this!I Ii '"'. starring 'I I
i!week. I S1WC M QU CUT ,I ,
4 4 ; I Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Cole and t w ....:: &U'D' ftfllMSSGE I RSBTr I J :I Crackin' Good Armour Vienna !
help you plan efficient, economical farm buildings E; I family visited relatives in Georgia IWTvCHAl2L70N TJOad I EPIllle '' i

that can be paid for on easy monthly terms 'and Alabama last week and g HESTOiV I SALTINES
:brought back with them, Mrs. g'ROBERT YD WGg = ,, Plus "Little School }Iou -" Cartoon SAUSAGE

> I Thelma Brady of "Adel, Ga. for NICOLE MAUREYHO.tifAS | and Latest World News! I

j STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY j; !,a weeks visit. '? -"MrrcHELL..... :i t COMING SOON Lb Box 4 fiC 2 No Cans

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: Phone 45 Washington St. at S. \ I.. Depot j i i operation at the home of her Plus "Of Fox and H unds. Cartoon II I .

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FR@4Y JULY 2, 1954Eight

-and Mrs. D. D. Hicks of Bryceville. at the home of the G. W. Davis' of Dundee. I Swan --
Settlers trTYYYTTTTYYTYTYTYTfTfff i Waters Lake have a new little girl. son Russ were shopping in Gainesville Earnest Russ and Buddy Russ
Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and son, Wednesday. II We don't have too much I
I Mrs. Nora Sapp and Miss Lu- informa- Friday. last week.
Fight Off ApachesAt BROOKERBy Neal and her sister, Mrs. Elma Barbara Sue and Dickie Davisare bedia Pinholster left for. Canada tion on it yet but will have full I Mrs. J. B. Russ and children Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Waters jf
Park TheatreEight II Davis sonville of on Gainesville business,Tuesday.were in spending a few days with their(I Sunday.Mr. I,detail next week. I and Mrs. Dallas Brown of Eld-I I j Kingsport, Tenn. was visiting Mr.

Polly Wait Jr. I Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ware of St. grandparents, :Mr. and Mrs. R. J. and Mrs. O. R Gano of Mrs. Ned Hicks and Mrs. Wil mon were visiting Mr. and Mrs.]|and Mrs. Wilson Russ Tuesday.
fight off a two-
( Petersburg visited Mrs. Beulah
day Apache seige in the high ten- &AAAAAAAA..auu..LMr. Harrell for several days.

sion thriller "The Stand at Apache and Mrs. Ed Polk announcethe Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and

River," which plays at the Park marriage of their daughter sons were visiting in Ocala Sun-
Theatre Sunday and Monday.The Yvonne, to C. J. Tetstone son of day. :Mrs. E. M.: Hazen returned )4 )$.--)!$-'
Mr. and Mrs. George Tetstone. home with them. 4- --
picture stars Stephen Mc- "
The ceremony took place in
Nally, Julia Adams and Hugh Brunswick, Ga. Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cook and "
family of Mobile, Ala. visited Mrs.
Marlowe. The story develops Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge announce -
Beulah Harrell and family recently. -
around the eight different personalities the marriage of their +L
daughter Catherine to Ruie Tet-
that are holed in an e
up stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. George The L. A. Motts returned home Jul11
isolated Arizona Inn as the Apa- Tetstone. The ceremony took placeat from Kingsley Lake Monday.Mr. );!. ,
che close in for a certain kill. the bride's home in Jackson- and Mrs. T. C. Kelley of \ ':-\!

McNally plays the part of a ville Sunday. Tallahassee visited relatives in ) r

theriff who locks horns with Mar- "Mrs. Barbara McRae and daughter Brooker Sunday.Mr. .

lowe, an army officer, over the Marcia Ann are visiting Mrs.,. and Mrs. Clyde Edmondsand GULi .0
treatment of the Apaches. Miss McRae's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. sons of Starke spent Sunday
Adams plays the part of a heroic W. Raborn. While here, they all with :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas.A ;. : I

women who wins McNally's at- visited friends<< and relatives in group of Brooker boys are _
tentions during the Beige. I Theressa and Ocala. attending 4-H camp this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green and I II
McNally's fight with the In- Mrs. McRae and daughter Marcia : !:
son Joe, took Annette Green to \
dians is made more difficult by Ann and Mrs. G. W. Raborn
Jacksonville to visit Eloise Dukes \
his captive who almost kills the returned to Jacksonville N. C. Tn:
for a week. 1 i
sheriff while he is attempting to Monday. Mrs. Raborn plans to Jfl-R
(Last Week's News)
save the two women in the group spend a week with her daughter.Mr. .I i
: Mrs. L. L. Dyal was visiting in f
from the hands of the savages. and Mrs. Hewlett Anderson Gainesville Monday. I
and family visited friends at
I I Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Anderson
CARD OF THANKS Kingsley Lake Sunday.Mr. .
'!spent this weekend in Daytona
and Mrs. C. E. Beard and I *
We wish to thank our many Beach.
son Alan, of Greensville, S. C. Arthur Kelley has returned to 4 ,
friends for the kind words of and Mr. and Mrs. Spencer B. f I
Norfolk Va. after a fifteen day .
of flowers, and
sympathy gifts Beard of Tampa were visitingRev.
leave. He his leave in this
other kindnesses during the ill- and Mrs. S. F. Beard this town visiting his parents. Mr. and F't
ness and death of our father, week.
Mrs. C. S. and other rela-
Kelley )
Charles Wellhausen, and for the Rev. Mark Scarbough of Har- tives.

thoughtful and kind help on riman, Tenn. will be the guest ;
Last Tuesday afternoon, the 1
through the continued illness of
at the Brooker
speaker Baptist Howard Douglas' and the G. E. I
our mother, Mrs. Wellhausen. May Church Sunday night.
the Lord's richest blessings who rest S-Sgt. Teddy Bigham of Flor- Greens Beach, in had Keystone supper Heights.Mr. at Geneva. //11 'Take of this offer

upon each and every, and one ence, S. C. spent last weekend and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and Advantage special .
has helped in any way upon with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. \
been able to fon Tommy of Palatka and Mrs.G. .
those who have not

help, but desired to do so. tives. and at Watermelon family and Lake.other rela- Sunday. E. McGauley with the of Roy Palatka Greens.L. .spent i All new; quality tires \\

-The Wellnausen Family Mary Jane Bigham spent several N. Anderson of LaCrosse is
in Jacksonville she ..
days where
visiting the Russell Greens this
attended Bible School. Mr. and
(lOW YOU CAN ALWAYS 1 Mrs. Jimmy Whittle and son, week

Rickey brought her back. The dren Mrs., Patty Byrd and Fryer Bill Jr.of and Jackson-chil- t

BE COOL !! the Whittles Bighams.spent the weekend with! ville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. I BIG SAVINGS I

S. Anderson this week.
w Mr. and Mrs. Olive Gano and. I'
Tune in the weather you 1 Jackie Dyal and two friends of
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano and son,
want thia summer with I Jacksonville her
were visiting
Air Conditioning. Ray, and new granddaughter Me-
RCA Room parents this week, the L. L. Dyals. &MMUS TRADED ALLOWANCES
Don't delay. You'll .. lissa Ann.
Helen Kelley spent Sunday with :
IHI batter Margaret Rose Duncan, Jackie I
Beverly Green.
Colley and Gail Rowe of Starke
TV Radio Seat Covers were visiting Shirley Green Thurs-I Joyce Scholl of Starke spent a I
Plume 239 Starke, Fla. few days with Katherine Harrell I I11ecently.

day.Mrs.. Russell Green and children I I ? p{ *
Chas. C. Shepherd Jack Thomas of Gainesville ;?{ 1
recently visited Mr. and Mrs. < ?
with the
McDerman of Baldwin and Mr. spent Saturday Aubrey N
Hazens. I'

Mrs. Jessie Sholler of Chicago, '

Ill. is visiting withMr., and Mrs. T
Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced Albertus Miller. Just recently Mrs. I THE UL1Traffic

SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR Miller and Mrs. Sheller spent some \\i\\\\\\ \ \ i ire

time in Lakeland with Mrs. Mil- lull

GENERAL MACHINE WORK ler's sister, Mrs. W. E. Bigham Iti, \\ \i Here's a special low price. .- a real economy buy

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All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates Sr.Mr.. and Mrs. Claude Prescott err, 9 I ,

would like to announce the birthof

a baby girl born Saturday.

Red Seal Electric Machine ShopF. Linda J-arsen of Gainesville is 12

,,week.visiting, the Waits again this I 4i4 d.p0ld plus Tact

GRAUDON Owner Manager
W. j Mrs. Lottie Edwards is visiting

ij 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla. |her father, Mr. Norman of St rke'l 1. ) L'

:who is ill. Big savings. Your old) worn casings are-worth real money. -
| Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson and

i Mrs. Rawlison were visiting in '; Trade in now ar/J save two ways-you get a big trade.in I

:Orlando this weekend. .. -. .
: Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Layfieldand '' allowance, plus a generous price reduction, r
children were visiting Noon 4
c HUNDREDSof Mott this weekend. j TRADE IN NOW AND SAVE

i Mr. Vernon Overturf and Mrs. WARRANTED FOR 12 MONTHS
details are managed and economically Gainesville last week.

; attended that only a trained and Those who enjoyed a picnic and

careful organization can attend when fishing trip at Cedar Keys this

the urgent need for serving is at I i i weekend were Mr. and Mrs. R. Gull Tire

hand. I Ij. Waters of Dundee, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Williams of Haines j

I City, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis .
DeWITT C. JONESPhone I and Barbara Sue and Dickie of

7 Starke, Fla. Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Wa- plliid'dtlku16 83
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Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Mrs. George Boggs and son, Pete, t I I 11 6.70 x 15
all of Gainesville. II .
Plus Tax
local funeral home enablea us to offer convenience ant G. W. Davis was on business inLake t > ? _
This don't risk accidents because or smooth
services not otherwise available. Butler Saturday. :: summer, ,

I I .. Mrs. Lonnie Futch of Lawtey, ,,' I::, :{,' ..:: .':": ':i, ,.' J worn out tires. Come in and we'll give you a big tta ]
Mrs. Lee Crosby of Starke, Mrs. .
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We furnish the highest type eervlce at lowest prices- and H. P.. Gainey Mrs. S. M. Mott, k li /1 Allowance on these 6rst-line tires. Fully

accept ANT life insurance policy In force, lasted by ANY I Mrs. Lottie Rawlison of Okeecho- ; "- ., (

company, &a payment In part or in full OB a funeral I bee. Mrs R. J. Waters of Dundee 18 months-your assurance of a top-quality buy.

Consultation curie,no obligation. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams of -",. ..

.. II '.6 6 6 I' j 1 Haines City were luncheon guests 1 1I jh : = Act now, offer is for a limited time only

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'YYYYYYYYYYYTYTYWYTYTYV---I visiting her grandmother. Mrs VVYYYYYYTfVfYYYVYYYYYYYV I visited Mr. and-Mrs. W. J. Mc-I Starke. Carl Curtsinger who moved here
Arthur Pearce, in Lawtey. at-'I Rae and Mrs. Lillian Bridges inl|I Mrs. Walter Morris of New Port! from Chattahoochee.
HIGHLANDBy tended our Bible School. I'' PINE LEVELby I the afternoon. I Richey spent the weekend with Sunday and Monday guests of
I Jean Converse of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and 1 Mr. and :Mrs. Milo Seigler andi the H. R. Linsys are Mr. and
spent the weekend here. I family, Mrs. V. E. Thornton and I i children. Mrs.
Mrs. Lacy NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. H. :M. McKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A.AAAiitAAJ I Willie Andrew of Lake But-
I We to that Mr. Miss Ardelia Hall of Jacksonville I II i
II are sorry report i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradleyare ler.
t I Converse doesnt seem to improve I I were evening dinner guests of i, spending this week with Mr.

Several churches were repre-,much. Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu-I Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and:t and Mrs. Gerald Cox in Monroe,
\ : family Thursday night of last Ga. other relatives the By misusing land
and one
-erred here Sunday night Evelyn Norman and Jeanette lar appointment at the Pine Level in genera-
At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church 't was program night for our Bible I Griffis returned recently after i(j Baptist Church last Sunday with I week. Other dinner guests were:,State. : tion can condemn another to aI.wer
1 Several i School. There was a good attendance spending several days in Jackson I la good attendance, and 207 were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and boys New residents are Mr and Mrs. standard of living
nearby Sunday July 4-Sunday School lof Heilbronn Springs.
ville. [present in the School I
during the two-week school Sunday
: were represented in the large 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 I While - - - .
with enrollment aroud 100. I The Richard and sons classes. the boys were at campat r ,
Sapps ,
: audience that heard the Toccoa a.m., "The Seed of Adam." Obser- '
E. C. and i have returned to Green Cove I Ft. McClellan, Ala., some of PINKY LEE \ro ;) Star
Falls Institute Group Tuesday vance of the Lord's Supper. 8 p.m., Harvey our pastor Sunday afternoon at 2:30 Rev. says
i night. ,"The Marriage of Isaac and Re- W. C. Hardee left for Ridgecresti i Springs after spending a few days(I Hall conducted the funeral services them including Vernnie visited I I: i II
Tuesday and won't be back in,with Mrs. Sapp's parents, the Lacy I for William Brady Bryant at Chattanooga, Tenn. and Rock
r The 11 o'clock message last I bekah. time for services Sunday, but I Normans. I I the church. Bryant died in a local City, seeing Lookcut Mountain.Mr. I I IDSI Inc! fbr mq I
Sunday was brought by the Wed., July 7-Prayer Meetingand
sponsor .
services will be held. Jettie few days I hospital Friday after a long ill- : and Mrs. Thomas Jordan e I
spent a
!T I "on the subject, "The Border Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Adult Shirley Smith left last Fridayto recently with her granddaughter.I ness. He was buried in the Dyal and little daughter, Jan, of Tif- I I rht '
line. In the evening the speaker Choir Practice 8 p.m. i DINKY HAT I
ton, Ga. are Mr. and Mrs. I I I1'a II
spend two weeks with friends Mrs. Dick Starling, at Heilbronn cemetery. The family have our visiting
took his text from <
I Jeremiah" "Why Thurs., July 8-Junior Choir I and relatives in South Carolina.Mr. Springs.The deepest sympathy in their bereave- B. M. McRae and Mr and Mrs I
Gadde t Thou
i About Practice 3:30 p.m. Monthly meet- and Mrs. W. E. Dinkins ment.It Robert Myrick of Starke. andO'.dkgJ
Rev. D. B. Allen of Gainesville ing Board of Deacons, 7:30: p.m. and son, Leo, of Jacksonville vis- success of the Vacation II
; Bible School was due to the fine was sad to hear of the pass- I
will occupy the pulpit Sunday ited the Normans Sunday fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTSTATE
corps of teachers. They were: ing of Mrs. Mamie Edwards last
morning and evening, using the TTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTLONG '
... afternoon. Beginners, Pauline Hamilton; Pri- Wednesday morning. She has beena "
subjects "God-Ordained ff 'ff 'ff.
Governmeet" :
resident here than
mary, Ruby Austin and Maudie for more
: and "How to Be A Christian BRANCHby
{ friends and relatives in several
/ Smith; Juniors. Ann Harvey. Ona fifty years and will be missed by fJt11/
l/ Toward The Liquor Evil. Florida cities.
Hardee and Ellen Norman; Intermediates her many friends and loved ones.
Mrs. 1. L. Stricklandand Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and and We extend !tI
Frances Eunice our deepest sympathyto
AIRPARK BAPTIST children visited in Callahan Tues- Mrs. B W. Tucker and four :
I her } JYK'S
Bock Baylas Edwards
CHURCH Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Daisy ; Secretary Virginia children of Fernandina Beach are 1
day.Mr. Norman. Other workers were and their children. She was buriedin
and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinsonand spending this week with her sister -
Sunday, July 4-Sunday School Mary Sapp, Irene Austin, and E. the Crosby Cemetery.We .
Mrs. L. L. and
Wainwright I !
little Auburndale JeteII
I 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Grace Lang was called to Tampato ed church services son here attend-I C. Harvey, principal were glad to have some of.family at Kingsley Lake. I Just send sOt in coin and TOOTH PASTE
,; Rev. Marvin T. Stedham, district be with her son who was opera- the boys back with us at church
The Bible SchoOl picnic I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle attended -i I I the end flops from a doublecarton I
missionary of Palatka, will deliver ted on for appendicitis Thursdayof announced later. I Recent BirthsThe Sunday night after being gone I the funeral of Mr. Feagle's I of Kolynos to /": /1 t {tJ
!I the message. The fifth anniversary last week. two weeks for National Guard
cousin, J. Wofford Lindler,
Ginger of "vliami, who ie in I Ii
of the church will be, Mickey Godwin 12 year old Sapp following births have been training. Lake City, Sunday. ; KmOSP.D.Bu525.NnT. A

.' celebrated with a basket dinner. daughter of Denver Godwin, is ;a short time with Jim and Ada announced by Doctor's Clinic Hos- Gwendolyn Thornton missed her Rita Ann Baxley of Orlando is i I HURRY! SUPPLY LIMITED! 69 Y II
Everybody welcome.- G. Hem- proud of the new sewing machineshe Godwin before it was time to pital: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pres- day's work in Gainesville Monday.She spending the summer with her Off.iipnt A.]Mt 11. 1934
ingway, pastor won in a word contest. Con- come on home and take care of i. cott, Brooker a girl, Gennell. El- didn't mind after Rev. Dobbs grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. I 1..1
J gratulations, Mickey. the chicks. We really enjoyed the mira. on June 19. came out and sad he had a call Yarbrougb.
Bessie Strickland and Dumpie Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barber, East from Vernie in Georgia tellingher :Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews visited
f( I Wilkinson attended the meeting I I day.We are sorry to report that Point, a girl, Doris Jean, on June to meet him at the bus sta- with the Leon Ellingtons in Starke,
of PTA officers at Keystone I Mrs. Charles Wellhausen hasn't 23. tion in Starke at 6:30: a. m. Sunday afternoon. KOCH'SDflUGSTOEPHONE
IiI iXO ut I Heights Wednesday of last week. imprived any in health. Her Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powell of Miss Dorothy Morgan, daughter
I Some of the children from Ebe- daughter Dora told us that she!Lake Butler, a girl, Penny Ann, Jacksonville were visiting the H. 10f Mr. and Mrs. Willie Morgan, is
I nezer Church enjoyed a trip to the seems to be losing strength. on June 26. M. McRae's Friday. They also cashiering at Lovett's store in 53 STARKE FLA.

!zoo in. Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. n 1n mrnn.rn m.YWY'. _....... ..............mmyY..m../yy.---. . . . TTTTTTTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl-----
daughters spent the weekend IEII
with Marion's parents, Mr. and

Moved Grandpa to the Thinks Seashore We Mrs.yellow matoes visitors to Jack tomatoes.can our be.to Wilkinson.house see Said how to she get good Dumpiecame wantedthe some to- II I Just A Piece Of Cloth

Since We Bought Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Tal-
Our RCA lahassee, Audrey's parents, were
Room Air ConditionerYou'll also visiting here over the week- _
feel better, too.. end. I h Vr i i J But It Means
fresh cool, invigorating air Faye England and children
will give everyone in the spent the day with Lottie Starlinglast
family a new lease on life Sunday.
the year 'round. Well the folks from the Max- and
ville Church thought enough of _l i : LIP LIBERTY\
Chas. C.
Shepherd us to come take us to church at E

Maxville! Sunday morning. After : ".: ,
TRadio Seat Covers services, Denver Godwin took us :
Phone 239 Starke, Fla to his home where a nice dinner I ; 4
was waiting. After that. we spent 1

E .,
u .
__ ._ ..__= ____: =: :.' _" .:i.3t'- :\1'. '<} $ "
t '.: N 1 That's all it is just a piece of cloth. You can
*: U::'"'i ,. -' count the threads in it and it's no different from
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke ''.' 1 7 any other piece of cloth.
;:':. 1 .0.:;. Then a little breeze comes along and it stirs and

f I ; ':.\i :'::>. sort of comes to life and flutters and snaps in
I '<','.:,'{ :,.'.,.' :.$'.' the wind, all red and white and blue.

(; REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor I: E i;.:':: ;: ..>::i; And then you realize that no other piece of cloth

I ('\) <:.,. '. .;: ;' in the whole wide world could be
: like
Jefferson ever quite it.
and Court Streets In \ .
The Heart of Town "
I : ? a k., For it has your whole life wrapped up in it. The
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Vi.f/! .rn, i" ;< meals you're going to eat. The time you're going

.1-:., to spend with your wife. The kind of things your
.,,' .
.s boy will learn at school. Those strange and won.
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 l ,.' ; 1 derful
P.M. : ; .k thoughts you think inside a church on Sun-
I .., n -; day. The stars in it they say you're just as
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. ; ... .
: "
j free the
I as stars in the wide deep night. And the

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. I '1 '. ''r N/yn\ ..n :"., V m.', \ 'rts a..R5. stripes they're bars of blood to anybody who
r .X
'! i ?3 i t .T fin: 4 '' would try to change it.
. -.. -' : ,.= &.'- .._ :: :: --=- ,--":':._' -= y E
. -. t,. ''' .:. a .. .. w,; ; ( Just a piece of cloth that's all it is until you
-- -- .. __- __ .- __ n __... '.-. ____. -- __ __ _. __ : ;,.' ,. k"" -0 ,; Y put your soul into it, and all that your soul stands
E = for and wants and aspires to be.

Sermon Sunday Night Get that straight it's just a piece of cloth. It

C This Fourth of July Message Is Presented by The Undersigned Busi- doesn't mean thing :- it doesn't mean a thing
that don't MAKE it
First you mean.
Baptist Church Hampton"Truth

ness and Professional Men In The Hope of Inspiring Greater Appreciation lift What the are hearts YOU doing of people to hold everywhere it high and with make what it

or Consequences" it stands for, including the hearts of people right

E For Our Flag And All It Stands For. here in our own land?
By Pastor Merle Packham
E What did you do today to show your appreciation
Don't :Miss This Message cf the flag and all the liberties and independencethat

it guarantees?
, Sunday School! 10 a.m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. t .

Wed. night "Hour of Power" 8 p.m.

"Come Worship With Us" J Observe the Fourth Safely and Sanely

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, 'AMEBICANQ HAVE ALWAYS {\. I' C Robbins' Dept. Store Barksdale's Dept. Store Green's Grocery & Market

: Conner Bros..lnsurance Agency Hart Furniture Co.
MORE AND MORE FOR jft ,I Suwannee Store
Bobbies -- Shoes & Clothing C. H. Nasworthy, Gen. Supplies

THE MAINSPRING OF OUR t : Doyle The Cleaner

,; HIGH STANDARD OF 1 Denmark Furniture Co.DUCKY'S Leila's Dress & Gift Shop

PRODUCTIVITY. BY PRODUCING!: I Starke Hardware Co. Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & TV

'n4t 'It'_ I Western Auto Associate Store Lawson's Market Starke Builders Supplies

Our bank performs a variety of services for j! *
Alvarez Store Est. 1894 '
-- S. R. Johns Grocery
people in this community.If i > Florida Bank at Starke

I Member FDIC
you need Traveler's Checks and they are the safest G. J. McGrif -- G. E. Appliances C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
way to carry travel funds or if you wish to remit fundsto *

other points we will gladly serve you. Lovett's Grocery & Market Volley Starling's Grocery & Market Charley E. Johns & Son

> t
Deposits or transfers made in a savings account by
July 10th will draw interest from July 1st. >> Van H. Priest Co. Farm, Home & Auto Supply Bullington's Studio & Gift Shop



)j FLORIDA BANK at STARKE I In Order To Serve The Public With Necessities The Undersigned Will Remain Open All Day Monday, July 5

Member Florida National Group
\J .E Koch Drug Store Hardy Brothers Motor Co. Mitchell's Drug Store L. B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station





Three Local Realtors Basket Picnic Slated I Starke's BOW Rifle TeamStarke's Henry E. Small, 92, !.Florida Clrcmlt IB Court Chametry.Kivftte Bradford. co..t.1' Order Of PabUeatiaa Case..Xo... Notice 19-5S3 publish weekly Issues.this Order In next four

Attended SeminarW. For Scout Families : Dies At Lawtey Home : Viola Little Eugene Defendant.Little Plaintiff vs. Antonette To Appear Uiordano.Stale Of Florida whose resi-Tel Witness my hand and official

i Case No. 10-5S4 dente and address is: 40-02 Vernon i seal at Starke Florida, tJmy! I
S. Sibley E. W. Hayes, and A basket picnic for the scouts Henry E. Small 92. a resident ''Order Of Publication A.d :\..11('. Boulevard, Long Island City. ;New 1954.
'I i 1'pp.r.; State Of Florida To York. Charles A Darby
A. J. Thomas, local realtors, attended and their families will be held of Lawtey for the past 22 years, .I Viola Little whose residence, and j I 1 I You i I (OFFICIAL A. Clerk) of said Court
an all-day seminar con- Monday July 5, at Camp Rey- died at his home: there Thursday, I address i.-: Alapaha. Ueorgid I are required to appear on I I By Marian 1... Crosby Deputy Clerk
I You are required I August J. 1554.; in the a lonamf'd '., '
to appear onAugust Alan l\ Vintr Jr. h K.3 I i
ducted by the State Realtors As- onier. All of the scouts and their June 2-1. following a heart attack. court and ..
(I 2, 1904, lit the above namedCourt I II cause herein plaintiff : Fu.ldmg, Javk-..''\ Vwda
sociation in the Seminole Hotelin I families are urged to attend. Mr. Smali was born in Quitman, and cause, wherein plaintiff ,, seeks divorce.
Jacksonville last Saturday. Ga. Jan. 27 1862. the son of the I seeks divorce. i i Bradford C.>unty Telegraph shall .,.t- f" i'T: 41 7 2*
The group will meet at the campat Bradford County Telegraph shall
They reported a very informative 9 a.m. Persons desiring transIportation late Henry Elmer and Nancy publish this Order in next four
I Simmons Small. He was a retired weekly issues.
meeting during which some can call Clarence Cooper i, ry : Witness my hand and off'c' :al)
of the leaders in real estate mat-,Tat 798-W. The picric will feature bnckmascn and was a member of seal at Starke, Florida th.- Ji.:! ,
tne Baptist Church. 1954.OFFICIAL.. FRI. SAT. ONLY
ters in Florida had part on the swimming for the scouts, and the two ( SEAL) Charles A. Darb
Surviving are daughters ,
and analyzed the prob-,men will work on the campsite's As Clerk of said Cuun
program pavalion. ,Mrs. Nanny Deanne of Jackson- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy rierh
lems facing owners and agents in Zach H. Douglas 505
I ville, and Mrs. Alice Lee Haille. Lynch Bu..d-
real estate matters. j Robert Kelly and Charles Kirkland I Ocala. ing, Jacksonville, Florida.
Attys for Plf 7 2 4t 7 _
in application for Funeral services were held at the
Eagle Scout awards last '' I( In The Circuit Court 01 Bradford fA"
Thursday' July
rifle team at the Boys of Woodcraft encampment are set ,graveside in Crosby Lake Cemetery f'..untT. Florida. In Chaaeerf. Specasi

W. C. T. U. night when Boy Scout Troop 70 to pepper their target The Starke team placed third in the rifle j Saturday morning at 11 o'clock (I Tony .(.;inrdano. Plaintiff v'- Ant..n..tt. -
attended a Court of Honor in |with Rev. L. D. Haines officiating. <;iurdano. Defender
j I Gainesville. competition andas composed of ((1 to r) Doyre Griffis, Jerome Grif-
Interment I was in the family plot
fis, Jerome Edwards, Jimmy Bag-well, and Carter. '
The following invitation is Troop 70 will have three Eagle!i I I with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I i

hereby issued to members. and Scouts when Kelly and Kirkland I Home in charge arrangements. HOW TO RELIEVE SKIN ITCH.

friends of the Temperance receive their awards. Archie Green, Almost 500 Boys Enjoy BOW Camp !I IN 15 MINUTES

the troop scribe, said there are William If not pleAiedt your 40e beck>> tt say
Cause and other Patriotic Citizen. I : Brady Bryan, drar .tor ITCH-ME-NOT has mild
four more scouts in the troop j Held At .....th.tic to ea.. itch la miautu ku
to attend a 4th of July that expect to apply for their Blanding During Last WeekAlmost !Dies Following Illness kerttoljrtic, antiseptic action ;that
in honor of the 178thyear | ha off skin
meeting I *louf outer to KILL GERMS SANDALS
of American Independence.Thi Eagle award in the near future. j 500 boys attended en- William Brady Bryan 70. died AND FUNGUS ON CONTACT. Fin for
II ciema, ringworm, foot Itch, other .ur-
meeting, sponsored by thf I campments of the Boys of Wood- ,High Death F'
local \\CTU \vill be held Friday YOU'LL LOVE the new craft at Camp Blanding last week. ;after a long illness. He was a >

afternoon at 3 o'clock in te"l The encampments lasted for a total !Predicted For Holiday I native of Baker County and had | MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
I brook purse-size fountain pens of with different I lived here for the past 50 years. |
the Tabernacle Annex. A days ,
Temperance and Patriotic Pro- ; pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad. groups of boys participating'pected A total to of 370 die Arericans in highway are ac-ex- ,He was a member of the Starke J I II I Reg. 1.99

gram will be presented. 'n encampments of three days cidents I Church of Christ. 39
I FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPIL I each. during the coming three- : Mr. Bryan is survived by his I

Ij j Eighteen boys from Starke attended 'day Fourth of July weekend, according -I widow: Mrs. Mai M. Bryan; four'! 1st Quality
to a prediction by the Association sisters, Mrs. B. A. Stalhngs. Mrs.
n the second half of the en
of Casualty and Safety Bailey Lang, Mrs. Effie Peterson
campment. They were under the Companies. all of Jacksonville and Mrs. Annie -

\WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE direction of J.V.. Yeoman. Bill The estimate breaks down the Jones Starke; and two brothers New Summer *
Roberts, and Rev. L. p. Rafuse.
causes of the fatal accidents in- B. L. and A. J. Bryan, Starke.
All of the boys expenses were to six principal categories. Speed- Funeral services were held in the Styles
ua'd by the Woodmen of the
!' ing is expected to kill 123 p;- I Pine Level Baptist Church Sunday ,
World society which sponsoredthe sons; excessive use of alcohol will afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Key ;: 1 1I

encampments. Expenses account for 82 more both motor- i McCabe Funeral Home was n''

cluded transportation costs, in-I ists and pedestrains; failure to j charge of arrangements. I
some of the boys coming from as
RADIO keep to the right of the centerline I
I far away as Pensacola. will cost 37 lives; failure to :
__ AND Some of the activities held at yield the right-of-way cause LADIES BRACELET

the camp were: rifle matches,
26 deaths: over-tired drivers or,,
swimming. boxing, softball horseshoes WANTED 2f1
TELEVISIONSales actually asleep at the
calesthenics, drill I
competi-I'wheel 23 deaths; and miscellaneous It
tion, and various HALTERS
r.M..r..LM causes 79 deaths. i j
by gust speakers from all over
the state. The Association's estimate for: OLD RAGS

the recent Memorial Day holiday 0
and Service The boys also conducted daily was said to be "grimly close to j, 2-Limit

teveille and retreat formationson reality". It predicted 3SO would : ;3 hough faucet's ie sky f C

224N..Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida the parade grounds. Their bar- be killed while the actual figure i BEST PRICES PAID I! She's not nervous Lots of Colors
racks were inspected daily by thecamp's was 362. She knows we're tops ,,

leaders. ForGood I I II In plumbing service.

' The encampment was under the !I I 39c Value

directitfn of Ralph E. Vance, state .... .. .. CleanCOTTON Don't stand in front of your
0- ,
* Sell It Rent It Trade manager for North Florida for house and holler \\hen your

out of hand.
plumbing gets
the Woodmen of the World Life \Ve Exchange
I RAGS Call u<> and we'll ha\e that

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED Insurance society. faulty faucet or pipe fixed in 1 We Refund
Starke boys who attended the I I a jiffy.
,I,encampment were Mathew A. Grif- D We Satisfy

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place;, fis, Jerome Griffis Doyce Griffis I I NO KHAKI OR WOOL
Bobby Newman, Thomas Harley :
20 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION .. .. 50ci -_ -
Anders Jim-
j Donald Thomas, Billy 1
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c 'mie Waters, Bernice Collins, Jim- I tai W.Call .

DISCOUNT OF IS: PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE 1VSKIIT1ONSKr mie Bagwell Billy Carter, Jerome Bradford County St. 6

I Edwards, Frederick Flakes, Junior
Yours. Hold
ADVANCEMEMOUIAMS i.'Flakes, Butch Elder, Roland Williams to Telegraph .

CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS: 20c Per Line Wesley Moody Jr., and

(COUNT WORDS TO EACH LINE) Julian Sapp.Allan THE home furnishings in you ': i--'l;: : _: = '-5.' :: :,.-- .-_-:-_'--. '-:
represents a lot of

A. Peck Dies money, time and hard work.
Friday and Saturday DANCES out !on 4 In Starke Thursday Money that you paid for

A. J. Thomas Starke, Fla. miles stone from Road Starke on the Key these treasures. Hard work

I Everybody welcome at the ,Friendly come OB Stop.out. Allan A. Peck, 63 a resident of I to earn that money. And time

HIS 4tp 7/3 I Starke for the past four years, to save it! The only! truck with INCREASED SALES

FOR SALE POWER LAWN MOWER for rent I died suddenly at his home on I
by the hour at Tiny's Service Sta Church Street Thursday night, If disaster strikes will you
.. I tion Temple Ave. .
10 tfchg
J: ACRE.. 3 FARM bed r-H>m dwell* tlertrirlty I June 24, following a long illness. be forced to start all over? I SALES LOSS SALES GAIN '

fll,.,.. p."ip, 1 mi. fromnif 'OLD i! RAGS WANTED-Be.t price He was born in Jewett, N. Y. on Not if you have adequate 1.
of !itarli. Price paid for good, (clean
Limit cotton
fur a quick ale 92,000: .00.Srt ,I No khaki or wool. Telegraph.rags. I August 8, 1891, the son of the Household Contents Insur I 40 30 90 10 0 10 10 30 40 J Ii ;;
late Brainard O. and Sara Jones .
\CREi-part IB t'uUh.Uo.. C'Ol'.NTRV: CrilKD II. ance! Ask us about this BIG, J!
IMS fORD +19.9%
Peck. z
trtr UrHhhadjr / II "
XI Urge ptua FOR iI.KST4RKK low-cost protection. "
oak. Ideal for quietrestful ICE CO. tf Mr. Peck was a prominent -13.6% INDUSTRY .e.
mile from .
1 mile from I FOR RENT farmer avid business man of Jew
pared hlghwar I -Unfurnished house. In
Starke. Price *::.000.00. quire! at Bus Station tiLE7"s ett until his retirement four years -18.0% TRUCK A .,;

dwelling ego, when he moved to Starke.
IIIDtHhf'd: i
!. Marke. 13OO.OO: down payweBt. "! THK --HK no HITlNfi FISIII.IV G: He was a member of the Jewett II. C. WALLAGENCY -20.3% 'vRucic a8"23.5
b.Ia.<* like real. I| LAKK servedas
I.0t lll.OOSA Presbyterian Church and I
Black Row. Speckled I II
HOMES-a.dtr eoaotrae.HOB Perch. Sbell until his death. He II I
.NKW to 1 (Cracker Mine GUI an I II % taucx
910.00000 IB V. A. & F. II. A.at j i fOMK TO was a member of Mountain Lodge I II I "C"w

fiaaaclU (liable.Seriee I I I \1'e NORMIN'S H.tr KirrjIhloK FISH ;CAMP For The I No. 529 F. & A. M. and the Order Phone 146 I -37 [ '::, TRUCK "D't -. .

Station. Hardware Store | Fiiiberuiaa I of Eastern Star Chapter 237, 200 E. Call Street .r r '
Uf1 .rf..t Store. !Motel, all tf/chK; both of Windham N. Y. He has I
K.!BIC ........r.* wllh catabltabedb.al.ea. Starker Latest reports for '54 show Ford Truck FOlD F-350 9-ft Ezprew with
eoaaeetloa |I LET II J. D. ODOM. JR. been a Sunday School superin \ sales UP 19.9% over last year! The same h 130-h.p. Power King V-& GVW, 7100 Iba.
I CATTLE AM HOGS tendent for 12 years. reports show all other make trucks down Deluxe Cab shown is extra cost.
For Taene and OR Other CALL Bargalaa'SEE I, SALES Surviving besides his widow, : in sales. The big swing is to the trucks that

Live O..ln Oak>.,lll Eachedaenday> F.afh Friday Iva R. Peck of Starke. are two I give you more for your money-new FORDS! .

A. J. THOMAS I I daughters, Mrs. Florence L. Bunch
I IFOR I : ,

04 REAL Temple ESTATE Ate. TelepkoBC DEALER 214 I! one\ RENT bedroom porch-, Furnished large and glaased living apartment-in sleepI room-, I I of dent Williston of Starke S., C.and, a Mrs.former Frances reslI '- FRIGIDAIRETHERMS ; The truck with NEW V-8s for all

Stark. Florida / St. or apply dinoette at Tuck's, Auto 426 South Cafe. ;0. Welch of Jacksonville; one only! capacities

tfRARPITS brother, Frank B. Peck of Big JUST ONE

WANTED-Fresh Eggs. Frank's I FOR SALE-Nice, young Moose. N. Y., and one sister FRIGIDAIREMade ;I i
Fine Food. tf healthy Mock in chinchillas and Mrs. Bertha Mattocks, Washington .o
New Zealand : FOlD T-SOO Tandem Axle BIG JOB. % I
Ci* 'K WANTED at New Kingsleyi does bred or ready Whites.to Good breed meat Will I D. C.Funeral. only by General I 40,000 Iba. GVW. 170-h.p. .-'
i tf chs sell herd or any part at a low I services were held in Motors Corp. AH other I Cargo King V-8. x' b .

RADIOS REPAIRED I price between See ReyotonelI..igbts them on highway\ and!t.i the Jewett Presbyterian Church Electric Refrigerators are I Power Steering standard.

All Make All Model the sign Orolick & Hutson. or Monday afternoon, with intermentI made by other companies I
Reasonable rharxea guaranteed phone Melrose Or 5-2775:! or write I 'n family plot in Maplewoodi and r .
cannot ..
CHAS. C. S.1UUMIKHD Rt. I. Melrose "'1'1. 4tp j 116l1'Pt.IHTI'SITfnr l I use the word 'Ai A6' .
P":311 i Cemetery, Jewett Center, N. Y.
'0W.: Tall !St. Mark Frigidaire. I
i ( 'r"liahleman I The DeWitt C Jones Funeral t Y
TOMATOES FOU CANNING: $1 or woman to make (29 to HO a I I Ii
day calling Home was in charge of local ar i
on farmers ,
I".rbampf'r at my place You i I in Brad ,.
d' tee one mile past State Farmers {I I ford County Part or full time rangements. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Y b... >
trkn! on 301. turn east at Joe Write Mr. Hes-. P. O Box 2766, ; 1 1I'' #
Xo'irel'* Grill first plare over I I DSoto! Station. Memphis Tenn. I ? I'
t-aboard railroad i" m> pl.&,... I jt-7; ,2 City And County
: .ng boxen., -Hubert Ilunge. I
2tp 7/2 I FOR.. RENT (!Offices Closed July 5 THEN SEE I'I t/
Ft N\| ||EI> HOI'SK I'O"I i
'\\ \'IITtH--WomMn to live with and NKWLY P\INTF.D Both City and County
care for invalid Bed and chair I I\M )\MIOIT 1DR he'! E. H. SMITH I
atienl in tarke.bk at R. Co. MIRTIVS FRI IT T\ND will be closed Monday for t ,,
Tolgpraph. Itchg !.FOR Fourth of July. The County Com- a Ford offers V-8 engines in every size truck

FOR KENT LAWTEY I fut RENT-settine.-splendid 5-room house condition. henuti-: all I I'missioners and the School BoatdIttill a i Tenth and Temple Ave. fromrtonners" to 60,000-lb GCW BIG JOBS!
Ford's V-8's all
newly t got four new new LOW-FRICTION
painted and !
( "
hold their
9 BEDROOM HOl'SE, 3 BLOCKS I knotty pine interior. partly furn-: regular monthly I, Starke, Fla. overhead-valve, high-compression, deep-block design!
FROM POST OFFICE i-hed.; large nlot 11 mi out on 'meetings on Tuesday rather than
Hiwav 10-1. Unusual opportunity The Commissioners will
:Monday. _. .
$50 PER MONTH I offered '- !-- ,,- I
high character tenant. t ; !F,
State !'Iaefamih': business 'meet at 9:30 a. m. and the School -- ....1I i':.,
JOYCE FLITCH connections
I and phone number. Write 'Board will meet at 10 a. m. .
SALT:..MIN \\,.\"toOI" i no, !9?9-T1 l It..hl: : The mlv truck that gives TRIPLE ECONOMY
XING :NOW" -in Union County FOR :AI.F.-Earthworm.; and WiKe'er -
t :r profitable Home SrrvicrI "II ".-Hsrdman's Fish rar-n. I
.MiifKfc with well knou Haw SHARPENED SAWS
Hampton"t 4tn-7; ""> FOLEY
F eh Product.Sfe Mi>. Lillian
J' >nn. Box !51. Gainesville Fla.write l!,-A 'TI'n: RAKER CHAMPION" : Cut Fatter, Cleaner, faster
i Kawleigh'k. Dept FAG- heater, defroster, and overdrivo One: New Ford Truck engines have shortest strokes, low- i
1 v- You'll save time and effort est piston speeds of any truck line. Ford's modern, Ix>w-

Lt. I": -:2 male and Walker lj A-*. Miw>"- '01 FRICTION cuts wear, prolongs engine life! .
Bengle 'I about 4 mi north of Stark. when your saws hate been FLOWERSFor design saves gas, I
cr ''. white and black hounds. a,.. PI-IV fnrri itn Two Ford Driverized Cabs cut fatigue. Power Steering
8 sliest one has name and ad- sharpened on our precision : ;
d <'"- on collar. No name on otheri FOR REXT. -to quiet couple 01 two machine. All teeth are made All Occasions standard on some BIG JOBS, available on most others .
liar Last seen near Thomas nice ladiev' on. f,.".i>.lied h....- ".,' Fordomatic all light duty series Power Brakes even 1.
a null on sol. Reward.P.. with, kitchen nn\ilee anti tel- uniform and accurate PHONE 218
V idsworih. Hampton. Up l'
F('',: HKXT-Three room apartment, -Mr" D rf D"a"l Dotvon at Buyer lt.-(ei I You'll be Ford gives top payload capacities with strong low-weight t tI

1 1> .ate. bath Gardenia Tourist I pleased wit hl (j) I construction, in a full line of over 220 models! That's Triple
'iir- liU'hirii 1.:4a.'n 1'n
WANTED room unfurnish TO PE'I'I'.r"'1 hou e he'''t inn h'a. l I I I our speedy I Economy And Ford Trucks last longer, too!

Ft'1'KENT apartment-to Five adults room nr with furnished small Anent 1. ROT S" Starke Fin 1tn 'I service and I 'A/warlh-ahde't and M 0 R E TRUCK t

)>-hv t>14 N. Church St. PhonrV LO -'. -In Starke vacinity Satnniivnirht. GARDENS
-\ lt.-hg tsn bill fold cont inndriver I cutting saw.ALSO I Ii : hfPkh 7 tfqyl FOR YOUR MONEY

"Tn-Yarlt'nan. full or part license social s"inri'vcurd ; i POTTED PLANTS
etc some moner. Fin""r"Ieu"
Apply El Rancho I
Motel.ltrh cnatsetf.. T* Sibley LfV. I I .
= Geneva Post Off,'e. ItnShootine POTTERYFlowers

F -Ol .BAIT'now-ready Australian for the gray fish erirke's at- O'l'tc'F.-: Match July 3rd ALL KINDS SHARPEN-OF TOOLS, Andrews Motor :
"MV Washington St.. Ph. 54-.T W. U. Cook: out Iliwav Jfll turn ;! WiredAnywhere Co.
Knives Scissors Etc. ,
n (. Douglas_4tchg i/3ft dirt road south of B. T. Thom 1111. !

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