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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 9, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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i A Pool For Starke ? Councilmen!I Told



I Of Power Shortage


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1r i'' Starke's City Council came face to face with the city's

J Recreation Needs 01 Many Children ._ ,, growing power shortage at their Tuesday night meeting and

named a five-man delegation to examine second-hand 1000

LTTIrLTTIr- Who Do Not Have Access To LakesThe i k. w. generators in New Bern, N. C.

The Councilmen acted upon the advice of Riley Wasdin,

plant superintendent, and representatives from the REA
IIw1,_ ( third in a series of articles in which the Telegraph will Clay Coop, who said that they would be unable to furnish
of the and bad about Starke
explore
t home good points as revealed -
Starke much assistance in easing its heavy power load.
in our recent community questionnaire. In bringing;

these matters to light, it is hoped that the information printed I Wasdin Mayor J. R. Wainwright -

might lead to elimination or correction the bad, and further Post 36 Nine City Clerk Carl Johns

improvement of the good) Councilman W. T. Jackson. and
Seeks 1 1st Place
Titus Olson, member of the Board
THE QUKSTIOX: WAS ASKED: IS THERE A PLACE TO

SWIM WITHIN EASY KKACH OF .STARKE. THE ANSWERS of Bond Trustees, were named to
Starke's Post 56 Junior Legion
WERE: 58 YES; 22 :NO. investigate the possibility of pur-
Baseball team was looking for its chasing a second-hand generator

Obviously, a majority of Starke citizens are well aware of fIrst baseball win last night whenit from New Bern, N. C. The will

the recreational value of the several lakes within a radius of went against Gainesville in leave for North Carolina Tuesday.
Gainesville. The local team will
ten 'miles of town but the answers received to this questionalso If the city decides to expandits
play at Ocala Tuesday night and
X indicate that, in the opinion of a sizeable minority, there is power plant it will probablyalso
t [ will end its regular season play
within reach" of Starke.It make some improvements in
no swimming place "easy
here next Thursday night against
all what the "within reach" meansto the present water and sewer systems -
depends on phrase easy
Williston at 8
Starke got a gritty taste! of frontier living this! week as Call p.m. I that are also
showing
that be considered within signs
the individual. A distance might
Street's sidewalks were torn up to make room for new curbing Starke lost a close one to Willis-lof j strain under Starke's increasing
easy reach for a family with one or two cars at their disposal
ton Tuesday night 6-5. and
Shoppers! and townspeople trudged through the dirt in l lush spirits, was |growth.
would be quite another story for a youngster trying to thumba solidly trounced by Ocala last
in the block's i Wasdin
and there uas little apparent slump normal business. explained that the -
ride on a blistering highway.Yes. week 16-5. L. A. Mott was the I power
Polaroid Minute Photo by the Telegraph plant was presently undergoing
i Starke is blessed with several nearby lakes that provide losing pitcher Tuesday after re!a peak load of 1190 k.w. per hour

School swimming and other recreation for: lieving Edwin Johns with the I He said that the plant's maximum

Commissioners BudgetTo 1. Those who are fortunate enough to own summer homeson score tied 0-0. I peak capacity was 1470 k.w, per

one of these bodies of water; Williston went ahead 6-p beforethe ;I hour, but that if the main engine
Top Million ; HEAT REFUGEE I locals could muster a rally. j broke down the
of city would lose
2. Those who have access to lakes through the generosity *
Discuss ] Eulie Rushton batted in two runs! 00 k.w. and
| part of the
Budget city
Dollar Mark \ friends: Tie never been in Kingslej- Lake" he seems to I during the Starke uprising, but it i t would be without electricit ,
i 3. Those who do not own places but who can afford frequent fell one run short of tying the;I Wasdin
say. And there are hundre more just like him. and the REA engineers

Sampson Lake WellThe ( Due to the Bond Construction visits to public beaches. 1 score. I pointed out that a properly run

Fund Budget of $525,000, the ten- But what about the great majority of families who do not i1{ Other players on the Starke team power plant should have enough

tative school budget now under, fan in either of these three categories? In order to oeat the School officials agree that such a program, although free ,are: Russell Crosby Glenn Reddish power in reserve so that in an

budget of the County Com- !1'consideration by the board of pub- heat, the children of such families must rely on very poor sub- transportation is provided to Kingsley Lake, is not the same as I Edwin Johns. Buck Gill I emergency it could handle its peak

mission for the coming year will be lie instruction will: be o\'er.: stitutes, such as spraying themselves with a garden hose, having a swimming pool open daily within walking distance of I Billy Harrington, Raymond Stef-I load with its biggest unit down
I 'fanelli. Jaul !, Ma-
Eugene
Magyari REA
about the same as last year, it ; Sl.000,000 this year, according to splashing in a drainage ditch or muddy creek, or even dunking the children's homes. But they do feel that the program has Jerome Ed- was represented by A. G.
Wallace Rivers
gyri. Louden
jHarmon P. Morgan superintendent ( E. P. McLean, and E.
was disclosed this week, when the! themselves in an old zinc tub. much to offer. wards. Gus Kopelousos. and Layne Altman.
lot I public instruction of Bradford ,

commissioners met Tuesday l: in the i County. i It is easy to see, therefore, why some civic leaders give a All the child has to do is meet at the USO Building at 9 a.m. I Sibley. Starke presently has four gen-

courthouse. Copies' of the tenta-j I Excepting the construction bud- swimming pool high priority on the list of things they think or 3 p.m. daily, and he will be carried by bus to Kingsley Lake I I erators. A 150 k.w. engine was

tive budget were given to the 1 eet. however the tentative budget Starke should have to become a well-rounded community. for a long, supervised swim.A j i Duncan O. Stewart I installed in 1930 a 200 k.w. engine -

to and review calls for about the same expenditures !- both to build in 1938, a 420 k.w.
commissioners study Of course, swimming pools are expensive swimming pool would certainly be more convenient forStarke's Of Keystone Dies I engine in

; a special meeting for the|I as last year. The Support) and to operate. Local school and youth officials agree that young, but as the citizens pointed out by the question- I i i "I 1946, and a 700 k.w. engine in
and Maintenance budget is set :a Duncan Osborn Stewart, 74. of f 1952. Starke borrowed
purpose of adopting a tentative, neither the School Board nor the City could undertake the proj- naire Starke is really more fortunate than most communitiesin I power
(little higher, but the Capital Out- from REA during the Biandj
died Wednesday; Camp -
12 at' this time. However, they feel thatJt's not too early to Keystone Heights
budget will be held July ,, lax budget offsets that increase j ect at this respect. ing era, but the REA has expanded -
2:30 pjnin the courthouse. Cost of defraying the school make some long range plans for solving the problem. In the July 7, in a Jacksonville hospital its facilities
build-g to
the
: Harmon P. point thatit
I ... Morgan superintendent of schools, believes that
Pine in will 1 meanwhile, what better project could there be for some really after an extended illness. could
Rev. W. E Hall of the program be paid annually: j j greater benefits could be derived for less at lend Starke only 300 k.w.
Level Baptist 'Churct requested!tint of capital outlay funds received on-the-ball civic group that wants to do something for' the expense present.He I Mr. Stewart, who was born in during i its peak load and* REA

the commission to install a caution'from the state. community that would assure its membership'lasting fame and thinks the biggest step Starke could take now would be to Montreal Canada, was one of the I!feels that it could not indefinitely

light on Highway 100 in front of In this regular monthly meeting undying gratitude? provide a full-time summer recreational director. A live-wire i j'pioneers of Keystone Heights' ''continue to transmit that much
of slowing Tuesday the school board received' director, properly equipped with a few inexpensive items, could and
the church, as a means j In the meanwhile, school officials point to the summer i having come to Florida in 1924I power adequately meet its
traffic during church hours. The i copies of the tentative budget. A': promote wider summer program which could serve more of !own future commitments.
conducted by the schools. Sur- from Meadville, Pa. He served
swimming now being I
group agreed to investigate coats I special meeting was set for July j I program the city's youth.It I ..1 Starke has received 594.874.32
out of ten students enrolled in jas Town Clerk of KeystoneI
it seem, only one I
as
,19., at which prising may
and facts about obtaining permis time adoption of the j I from
sion. I budget will take place. A public Bradford Elementary School is taking advantage of this free is certainly not too early to start thinking about a swimming I I Heights for 14 years. He wasi j' operation the of its power plant
but it's not too late to start Jti Treasurer of civici during first eight months of
: hearing on the tentative Does this indicate a lack of interest on the part of pool taking advantage of the i many
County Sanitarian Jack Trawick budget i i program. i .1 the city's fiscal year. Part of
''Will be held"August 2. students and their parents in a swimming and recreational pro- swimming program already offered free of charge to Starke's 'organizations was an honorary this
to the commission an along with
i
presented money profits
member the
Ii of Rotary Club, and j
school-age children. i
In other actions, the school ? not. I I from
estimated budget for mosquito gram Perhaps I received the first Lion's ClubPlaque the water plant contributed

control. He also gave a reporton board: j I'I.I I.I t I for "Civic Service in Past t I j $26. OO to the city's general fund.

the status of the well at Sampson Sold the Sampson City negro'j I Years." He served in World WarI I None of this general fund money

Lake. j 1 school Called for for$100 bids; for' two A. J. Thomas Sr. Heads Rotary Boy Scout Families i County Hospital Gets in the Canadian Forestry Corpsas I is used for operation of the light

The well, Trawick said, is almost school busses: new j Enjoy Recent Picnic ,Last 1954 Check S-Sgt. in the Paris Head plant.

entirely closed at present, quarters.Mr. City Clerk Carl Johns said that
Voted to continue the appropria- Golden Anniversary YearA From Taxi
During Racing
but it is re-charging every 12 tirn to the Bradford County Health Members of Boy Scout Troop I I Stewart is survived by his I the city's accounts show that
minutes, and expressed doubts wife, Camille Starke's Light and Water Fund is
70 Prescott of
Stewart
and '
Denartment: their families enjoyed a i last of 54 of rac'ing -
and team work to i payment
for
c'\11 for Rotarians to "soup cooperation
that it can be shut off completely. Keystone I the biggest single contributor to
Dugger Jones of Sampson City Decided to purchase a lot in the "in thO*A mental eyes and tune up :, rm.ke this "a year of golden opportunity picnic at Camp Rayonier near tax: returns from the StateComptroller's. I Mrs. H. L.Heights St. ; a twin sister, F:arke's general fund. He said
George a nepheStewart ,
corner of block 34. adjoining the; those and let's I and golden accomplishments" Hawthorne 5th. Office amounting
imi.ginative: on July
who had appeared at the meetingto powers |i I St. and : that the power plant is Starke's
George. niece
SsrVe> Primary Fhool 'I I to received this week I a
$3,100
from
was
Garv the
see visions" was voiced at the in Rotary's service to This
find out what was going to be is the new camp that Troop Mrs. Theodore Lyman, all of fmost valuable asset and that it is
Ennis. The board then plans to RIII'II'Club Wednesday the community, state, and nation. I jby Circuit Court Clerk Charles |
I by i i
done about the well, seemed satis 70 is developing and the boys'and Montreal. Canada: a nephew J j jtoo important to gamble with.
ask
the city to close Bradford
Phillips Street. im-omms president. A J Thomas I Darby. as Cou.1ty'sflhare. I
bounded
fied that an effort was being madeto cn that th" wholnr..a (on bi- "Accomplishments are I their fathers did a lot of work on Alex Stewart of Lime Ridge, |i The city's Board of Bond
the keynote for
shut it off. Sounding onh by the will and the determination I I i Trustees
Quebec, Canada. made
i used as a playground. Rotary Golden Anniversary to accomplish," the new I the building that is being constructed i The check was turned over t George Flynn, and R
Trawick outlined his efforts to F. Dem-
"ear iht new dub president asked Rotary said in I for a kitchen and mess Louise Kite, treasurer, board I Funeral services will be held at
contact :::.1;to:tics on the well: president pointingup I i orest also attended the
1| some of the outstanding needs hall, and also set the foundation 'I of trustees, Bradford County Hospital the Community Church in Key meeting
including; the firm which did the II I to discuss the power situation.
I Of the community as follows: I construction for a pier. A drilling, but about the only disclosure sanitarian, asked
I II well was dug and pump installed, i provides that all monies from at 3:30 p.m., with Dr. A. J. Holl
ws the possibility: statedb 1 We need a municipal swim- I ;' j; the city to consider investing
i so that the Scouts now have a i{: racing tax returns received in 001..'.;officiating. The body will lie in S3COO
well I min pool for our children. and I 1 I f in siosquito and control
Tampa fly
drilling
a company. state at the church 2:30 I
Thomas good water supply at their new year in excess of 580,000 by Bradfood from : to
that a huge 200-foot subterranean most of all for the little fellows funds that would be matched by
I|'campsite. i I County, be turned over to'>3:30 p.m. on Sunday. Intermentwill I
hole exist the well i who have no summer home at the $2250 from the state. Trawick
around
may | be in the
Keystone Heights
I the j _
!: hospital corporation.
casing. He said an effort will be j Takss ,7J; be '.-h or lake, yet whose wants and| Among the adults attending the I' Cemetery. Arrangements will b 11 I said that the funds could be desig-
j i outing were J. T. Khkland and With this latest sum added !;
made to slip a 53-gallon steel < des--' are just as vital to the I made by DeWitt C. Jones of I rated for permanent mosquito
i family, Lloyd Green Ii j the fund available for building
and family, now -
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dium around the opening in the wel'bems our way of life asanybody's. ] Starke. (I control, temporary mosquito control -
:, : i i P. M. Barefoot. E. T. Shull H. K. : the hospital is $119,900. A
lake to t'-,' to stop the flow of OfficeAs f !j I and sanitary fill work.
;, Tyus, J. R. Kelly and family. total of 545,100 was received by Pall bearers are: ActiveAI
wa'ei from the lake. 2. We need a boys club where I \: Dr. A. Y. Covington asked for
I Scoutmaster Harry Green and the hospital corporation in '54; Watson. Ronald Tipping. Tracy I
"'h- sty'pm''nt of'the "errors ', our youngsters can play games an increase of $300 in the city's
family, and Assistant Scout- in 53 it was 542.800: and in 52t Baker Jr., E. V. Stuckey, Kyle :Mc- !
ins.'lvenc-es. and dOl1b'.t's" collect under direction of trained person- contribution to the County Health
tax
;' iv'er Oim Jones amounted to 532.000 Murtrv. and A. J. Witherspoon.
it's account amounting to I nel. ; Dep rtmen1. Covington said that

851: '?5 was given to the commis- ;; ', 3 We need city mail delivery Fun For All At The Humphreys Annual Picnic the slashed department's funds were

sion This sum represents' the Rotary and we can have it if we will go by $886 due to loss of

tare not cillectable through er- ,. after it. federal funds, and that he need
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rors t other causes.: It is one of : : approximately 51000 more in
i Head : 4 We need a tourist club for entertainment -
the ''''''!It in the history of the I' r .;i : : of our winter visitors local funds this year. He said
HP
rounix and the new machines in (I J I,anti WP" can staff it ourselves. hoped to obtain the other $iOO

the t* ''ol"l! (tor's and tax assessor I !5V> need an approved baseball from the County Commissionersand

offices are largely responsible !, 4. ..' field with du -out facilities school Board

"11 it 1 in nrd >r to attract one or more The Councilmen closed Phil

County At\rr.e: )' H. V. Knight John Gilbert ,nro'oscinnal baseball: teams to lips St and Main St. from 10th St.
anpeed before the commission Pieffer Mrs. Ada Tillman i I i winter here. i >o Washington AVe. at the request

with he latest report! rn the large Dies In Gainesville Of Lake Geneva Died ;:1: a \ve need to know OUr miriti I of Harmon P. Morgan superintendent -

road building camp**isi now in I r
progress He stated that everything oar Gilbert Pietfer. 65 died Mrs Ada Stevens Tillman 81. i I rules and Humphreys Gold and I Morgan laid that a building: of

huniaiilv possible is being Monday in a Gainesville hospital ;a resident of Lake Geneva for, n-P Tfv[ to know our own S'ate T l I Bradford Elementary School al-

done -o speed the work to completion '! shortly after being admitted. He the past five years, died Tuesdayrunning 11; :"arm bo.:1' oueht to knov r r > I readstradJed Main St. and that

f ,' idJ been in ill health for the pastfive at the residence of her i their problems and see if there s : Phillips Kt should be closed to

Mrs Jessie Ch"s ain suggested years. daughter Mrs. Estellt Geiger, 1'1'' o.-jCP!, w"a ran render tha''arm : I provide: the school with a playground -

the rom'--:....ion see about getting'. Mr. Pieffer was born m Lebanon following a lengthy illness. |",,U their heirts to Starke
Pa., April 25 1SS9. He was Mrs. Stevens born in Jacksonville The
foul wayside parkin places estab ; was "'nd rts pAODIe. Councilmen agreed to pnr'hase -
lish jd on Main highways in the: a retired steel moulder and was on Dec. 25, 1S72. She These ere just! a few of theWqj a policeman's special automobile
foundry superintendent for many member of the It's all out for fun at this ear's gr t -
cour'v 'I! was a Baptist ) n*""'* that Rotarians can d'ej j fnr the Police department.

;Meats until an injury in 1945 Church and a former resident of i i into and help remedy during this! Humph re)" Gold Corp. annual r Mayor Wainwright said that the
forced his retirement. Since com- Fourth of July picnic. Above areseveral ,
Orange Heights for 4S priorto present
years Golden Anni"ersan"'ear. Thomas car was inadequate for
County Judee Tries | n; to Starke he had lived o.i whatI moving to Lake Geneva. I.said. participants in the egg proper patrolling and that
I -, the old Heenan Wil- throwing content. The object of repair
known
50 Cases In JuneFift as Surviving besides Mrs. Geiger;, Committee assignments for th- i costs on it were soaring.
hams farm northeast the game is to see how far you I
| place or Dryden .
other Mrs
nee two daughters "<.w"a" were announced. with The
l'lty's policemen
\' eases we-e disposed of in I of Starke. He was a member Louise: Dermody of Lake Geneva, the four branches of Rotary service can throw a raw egg to sour -r down in their were turned

the County Judge's Court during IOf i the Catholic: Church and was a and Mrs. Eva Veschusio of Daytona eachin charge': of one main partner without "plath'ringhim.. I raise The request for a pay
A Councilmen
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;At the the victorious said that
June. ae :orJing: to Judge TheronA i I Veteran of World War I. II i Beach: four sons, Ernest A. o committee as follows: upper right -i such
a
Yawn Jr..Over 51300 was turned Besides his \\'idolrs.. Berth Tillman, Canal Point: Irving G. i Hub Sen-ice J. R. Kellv. Trail Ridge tug-of-war team"heates ;r city move would mean a general
to" to defeat the a F pay increase, and that
over tt the county in fines and:'Case Pieffer, he i is survived oy Tillman Gainesville; and AlbertE. I| Vocational Service E. L. Highland r. : could they
not
team On the right is the bingo afford such action in
forfeitures during the month. i.l i' brother, Thomas P1 ffer, and' Tillman. both of Orange i i Matthews. their
tent where every woman playerwon present! financial condition.
The leading offense reckless two sisters Mrs. Anna Gruber Heights;; and one brother, MelvinStevens
was Community Service G. T. Oscar I
Water
I a prize. The tent later served who lives on Cherry -
driving with 10 cases. It followed land: Mrs. Suzanna Soutner, all ofjSteelton Gainesville. 'Husrsins.
was as a short-In haven for about St at the Old Bradford house,
by: drunkeness 9; miscellaneous i I Pa. :; Funeral services were held at International Service T. T- 100 persons during a drenching I was designated: the city's i.
dog
driving violation 8; assault I, The body was sent to Cleveland 'the graveside in Saluda Cemetery Long. rain. An estimated -tomilelnd catcher Water got the Job when ,

and battery. 6: worthless checks i( Ohio where funeral sen'icesill,i at Orange Heights Wednesday :I I; It was announced that the new sent them scurrying when it began he said that he could catch dogs

6; petit larceny. 5: non-support ''be held today (Friday with in-:afternoon at 3 o'clock. Intermentwas board of directors will meet next .to rip up the canvas and bring the without a net. The Councilmen I

2; driving while intoxicated, 2: terment in Crown Hill Cemetery. in the family plot with De-; Monday night at 7 o'clock at the tent down on top of them. y J have held up action the !
on
agg.......,;.i us U;., I.,1 mlk- '),''\\tt C Jones: wad in change of l.V.tt C. Jones Funeral Home in Matthew; cottage on Kingsley c | I sin,.r" ADril awaiting dogcatcher a I

GUS injury 1 local arrangements. charge of arrangements. Lake i I
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Stangle and children and Mr. and was later sentenced to six monthsfor
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH--- Mrs. L. W. McKinney and daughter having a concealed weapon I.I

all of Tampa. and six months for stealing the'
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD
Visiting Mrs. Alma Starling recently wood. I e :

Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under were her son, CpL William The other thief was not caught. :' I
Starling of Ft. Benning, Ga.. and und there are apparently others !
the Art of March 3, 1879. '
her nephew, Johnny Starling and that are doing the same thing. I ..
family of Jessup. Ga. Wilkinson three loads II
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -. MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION reported I ,
: lost in one week. It's a shame
i
fYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYlHEILBRONN i that anyone trying to make an I

I honest living is robbed in such a l
A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTIONBudget
I way. We hope that they are J

I caught and punished so that we I
time in almost every organization is apt to bring about a discussion of ways I may live in peace and not haveto I
and means of curtailing expenses, and county governments are no different from any By Sirs. Ancel XormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAA I constantly guard everythingIwe > e iG li1T V\\ f I

other groups in this respect. own. I
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Thus it was that at their meeting here Tuesday the day after the Fourth of July Mrs. E. J. McRae of Waldo and I Igyvvyyymyyyyy'I ,4

the County Commissioners devoted most of their time to a discussion of a tentative budgetfor Mrs. Margie Underhill of Starke I Y Iy11t'YY I

the fiscal year, 1954-55, and ways and means of "holding the line" when it comes time spent one day last week with relatives -[ .

to set the tax millage for the new year. here. !I HIGHLAND I
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White I (
; Upshot of the discussion was that the Commissioners were business visitors to I By Mfs. Lacy XormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,.
Alachua .
Worth Trying? decided to initiate a new system of spending the taxpayers' last week. i

money with the laudable aim of reducing expenses.It Mrs. Nancy Keene Mrs. Elsie Sunday School 9:45 a. m. each A2 I/ '
Interesting reports \irus-free Bradley and A. J. Yarbrough,Sunday. Worship Service at 11 a. / ; t
Premier strawberry plants that seems that heretofore certain expenditures have been visited friends here Sunday. I m. Evening Service at 8 p. m. f.

are remarkablyresistant to frost made without specific authorization of any member of the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White and I I Prayer meeting is each Wednes- ti

route to us from southwestern ;! board. The new plan as discussed by the Commissioners I son Lynn are enjoying a vacation day at 8 p. m. Choir practice is i i

Michigan. j jExperiments Tuesday will make it necessary for all purchases, excepting with friends aid relatives in each Friday at 8 p. m. and teach- _.w.---=-.. !
conducted by one, those of a minor and emergency nature, to be authorized by i I Missouri.Mr. er's meeting is each Sunday at 7

grower there proved that the I either the Board or the Clerk of the Circuit Court. and Mrs. r T. Eggers 10 and p.m. I IN BRADFORD !
average loss on 10,000 acres of children spent S''-1l'day night and Visitors attending church serv- tIt rtro 10DMi In COUNTY

berries was 50 per cent during i j We would like to be the first to congratulate the Com- Sunday here \\it' relatives. They ices here Sunday morning and' i

the longest series of freezingtrmjeratures >! missioners for this course of action. It goes without saying were on their w ly home from a i evening were Winfred Sharleen. That's a fact! Everjbotrj's busy getting fix-up jobs done

> c\er recorded by the that all taxpayers in the county will agree that this is def- visit to Illinois Tennessee andother I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinsonof around the house. Fainting, screening, re-roofing adding wings,
weather stations between lay| states. Rudolph Sapp enjoyed | Maxville; Wilbur Mobelia of insulating!
4 and: May 12, 1934. however, the initely a step in the right direction of a more businesslike. this! trip with them. Little Jacksonville, Mrs. Junior Bennettof

cold resistance of \irus-free administration of the county's financial affairs. Johnnie and Barbara Eggers remained Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. AND all the Hay down the block all over our counties,

Premiers was incredible.This > for a week's visit with John Murray of Middleburg. and folks are sating labor charges by doing their own rt'pair'ork..
particular grower planted ;! Almost everyone will agree that taxes: are high and shouldbe their grandparents the T. X. Nor- others.

the \iru-.-free plants on low rh er- reduced as soon as possible.. The difficulty always arises, mans. Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Austin Help Yourself and SaveWe'll

bottom land on which berries had i]i however, when any attempt is made in that direction, as to I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hubbard and children spent the weekendin help you plan any improvement, recommend materials and

never been grown before. Last1spring what and where to cut. More and better roads cost:: money and daughter Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Daytona Beach with his mother. l lI show you how to apply them easily inexpensively. WithtOI'd"S

he dug up all of the plants!! education costs money, the new hospital will cost money John Todd and daughters and Mrs. Alice Austin. I easy-to-use materials and our easy-to-folkm instructions

but left two rows of Premiersand every benefit to the county reflects itself in a steadily in- Mrs. Walter Jenkins and children', Evelyn Norman and Janette you CAN'T miss!

two rows of anotherariety I creasing tax rate. visited relatives here over the Griffis of Jacksonville spent July Paint Up
for a trial >ield. Fourth. 4 at home with friends and rela-
I I There's no charge for thin sen ice. We sell building materials
On May 29 the official reading1In that all want these improvements (and lower Glad to see Arthur Green able tives.
i Granting we With SWPFor only. The finest on the market at the fairest prices in town.
Southwest Michigan was 29 vvasntneh
gr-e>. But the than temperature that where the or kept within reason, is for public boards to exercise I an automobile accident recently. was in our community Sunday p.I :Make Any Home Improvement On Monthly Terms
lower The
Premier plants were growing.1I"l'd strictest economy. in their supervision of public expenditures. Frieda Norman Eldon Sapps and daughter and joined Mrs.- m.Several local residents attendedthe Only NOTHING DOWN TWO YEARS TO PAY

a'joining by field a test which of the was soil found in an >j,I Although the tentative budget of the County Commis- ley a Lake group for a .picnic on Kings- funeral at Evergreen Ceme- I $10.00Per

will be made until next week it is likely to Monday.Mr. tery of Mrs. Joe Griffis. We havegreat
to he frozen one-half inch deep.The sioners not public and Mrs. Mo.
I I T. X. Norman and Build 1 Car GarageFor
her
sympathy for family. a
blossoms and buds of the; be about the same as the 1953-54 edition, with approximatelythe son. Gerald were picnickingnear I
Gene Converse of Jacksonville
ot lIf'r'arlt.." were one hundred same millage for taxes. We say "likely" because public Melrose
with the Fred Connors spent the weekend here. Price includes 1'qt. Raw Only $13.44 Per Mo. 36 :Mo.
p-T cent killed while the Premier I' budgets go in one direction only, as a rule and that is upward.It Monday.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYY. I The storm that swept through Linseed Oil One 4"

plant suffered only file fruit.per cent The is only after an aroused public, or a determined public here during the past week left I Brush Enough Sher- Price includes plans Framing Lumber Your
d l: niainder appeared in excellent I Choice of Overhead Door Roof
Siding Type -
lowered. music as the lightning was the cover the exterior of
an
I
condition.In I
view of the troubles of Bradford LONG BRANCH I i worst we have seen. \Ve just wantto average six room house. Decking -- 210 lb. Asphalt Roofing Shingles.
from the discussion
in recent That is why we can all take encouragement -. i say: "Thank you Lord for beingso

I'af'ith County plants growers that are belietcd ,j( that took place among the County Commissioners at i by Mrs. J. U Strickland good to us," as we never thank

> their meeting here Tuesday. It shows that they are sensi- him enough. i
to tit"iru.. infected, its i i and Jimmy Lang
might pay some of our farmers to | tive to taxpayer reaction and are planning to translate their Rev. 'Clarence Smith of Peoria ,, Free STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY Prompt

imestigate and experiment withj: new cost-consciousness into businesslike.. careful scrutinyof I I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJMinnie gave the worship service Sunday I

theirusfree Premier strain. If, every expenditure large or small to the end that each Gun and two boys. Billie Rev.morning J. while M. Conway our pastor of Jacksonville is away- I I Estimates Phone 45 Washington St. at s A L Depot Delivery

glowing reports from Michiganare tax dollar is made to buy for the public a dollar's worth of and Bobby are vacationing withMmnie's supplied in the serv I Starke, Fla.special .
be evening
true, thisariety might :; sister Faye England.
service or goods.It .
unbroken : this week. Minnie ,ice. I -
the answer to earlier and brought a car

marketing of strawberries in, is always a pleasure to commend a group of men serving out but she can't drive. so she"

Bradford ('011&11)', : on a public body for their actions much more so thanto had Raymond Smith wife and

criticize. In this instance we wish to compliment the !!Mrs. Smith's mother, also Smith's

Ask The Men. Commissioners for their proposed step and believe that we j jare i children and drive to her accompany car for her.her Faye here I PAILCO I WEEK

in the county in wishing them I "
joined by every taxpayer drives, so they are using the car
While statistics sometimes are success in their stepped-up efforts to economize with public J without help. I for
dull dish, here's one, released i;
pretty
Jack
funds. Wilkinson celebrated the
the Florida State Boardof I I
by 4th
I on Monday by taking a load
Health, which we find intriguing of cattle to Gainesville.

: Mr. and Mrs. Webb and two sons I
Florida women are out Hung;: Got It On I
We've
Ivory SoapIn spent part of the day Monday '
their men by a wide span of years; : with the Jack Wilkinsons. 1 s.

life expectancy' at birth for Florl-1 the celebration of its 75th (Diamond Jubilee) Anniversary We are glad that Nellie Wilkinson -:
Ji women standtoday at about
I
74 I'ar.hllp; Florida mt'n111' this year, the Bradford County Telegraph has some is improving in health since
>
Nineteen hundred and fifty-four is her recent operation. She had
distinguished
do well if they are alive and kicking I company.
invention of the in- suffered an infection of the throat.
at the age of 66.No also the 75th anniversary of Edison's ,
\\' as had a-, .that sound, for I cadescent lamp (electric light), the birth of the Florida and it wasn't healing as it should I

the male population of this :Mate Press Association, and Ivory soap! After being very careful and tak-
ing the treatment prescribed by
farther reading; of the statisticsmakes '
the outlook et en gloomierfor All of these institutions have much to boast of in reach- the doctor she is improving Bud I

males. ing the ripe old age of 75 years. For instance. Ivory soap told us Saturday. I

Twenty year ago life expectancy recently gained nationwide attention by frankly admittingthat headache Daisy Lang Sunday suffered night.a severe Fred ; \ I

of the future ladies of the land they have turned out only even "sinking" soap bars in came to us to get some aspirin I
stood at about 61, so the women
their 75 years of operation. and of course we were out of I
aupear{ to be adding 10 years to
everything of this nature! We !
\
their lives in every two decades. First recorded sinking was at Bean Point, N. Y. in 1943. needed some ourself during the \\

The "stronger" set on the Since that time six other renegade bars for some unknown diy! but the stores'all closed and
other hand, i lias increased only
from about 59 twenty years ago reason have settled to the bottom of a tub or dish pan, never no one to send so we were of noi I

to the 66 it may expect nowadays to rise again.It help as neighbors this time. Daisy! IT
is keeping her grandchildren' I I4 '
or a measley set en j ears comparedwith \
therefore that the
the ladle10.. is with pardonable pride Telegraphlays most of the time while Winton
claim to bettering the record of even so stable a productas Parrish her son-in-law in such
Apparently, it U gt'ttlng'III'f' i
.tIU the time, so far as the men are Ivory soap. For not once during its three-quarters of a poor health. The last report we | ww ,tc e \
concerned.The century has the Telegraph actually "sunk" pretty close to had from him the doctors were I : t+ryt "

Board of Health proposesto it. at times. perhaps. but not once in all our 3,900 weeks I having to drain his spine. Seems etA
his head was injured worse than Our special "Philco Week" offer! A SCRUBS s
do something about this state'of have. we failed to "float"an issue on publication day.
they thought fluid gathers 10-pc. floor polisher and work saver.kat.
on
affairs by asking for research When the Telegraph turns 75 the last of this month. well his spine and he becomes un- with the purchase of a brand new 1954 POLISHES \
funds from the next legislature to Automatic, model 847 or 848. Not last
investigate the significance of in excess of three million individual copies will have reached conscious from the effects of this .Not a closeout of old unwanted alone't SANDSleftovers.

thesefigures.. the hands of its faithful readers. It's a long record, and They are trying to prevent an But brand new 1954 refrigerators with DRILLS

\Ve hestitate to question this we're proud of it. operation for the best.on his head. We hope I est features and atvling.! A terrific double WAXES l 1, '

action but we have a "ult'ottilln'that i. I for the price of the Philco refngerator :
may "atht' State some Later this fall we will publish a special historical edition i For about four years different j

money: I which will climax our Diamond Jubilee year. In the mean- people have been missing pulp-|
wood off the flat cars on the
Let them put the question to while, like Ivory soap and the electric light we hope to go on side track near where they load

any married man! and on. being of some small service to an indulgent public.on wood from this area. J. D. Wilkinson -

I has been loading the wood . r
vyvynyyyvn.yyvyn..yrPINE him at the ceremony. I Mrs. W. R. Wood and Rev. and for about three months and he's: e, h 1l

Forty-five of our young people'Mrs. O. J. Raulerson, Henry Tara- been missing wood off his car all

LEVELby from Pine Level Church attendedthe tus. all of Jacksonville, and Misses along. He decided to try to learn

Youth Fellowship meeting at Virginia Gale Helen and Cathe- who was guilty of "lifting" the r /

Branford last Friday night.Mr. rine Gaskins. all of Lawtey. wood, so he and Gene Lang began ,
Mrs. II. M. McRaeAAAAWAAAAWAAAA
and Mrs. Thomas Gordon }[r. and Mrs. H. P. Fouts and watching for the guilty party

Aj Al and daughter, Jann of Tifton. Ga.Mr. .i''Mr. and Mrs. A. G*. Fouts. all of Last Thursday night about 12:30:

and Mrs. V. E. Thornton andMrs. Lakeland, were among the dinner they saw someone unloading wood Hurry-Limited Time Only
We
are glad to know that
our
from J. D.'s
at the car on to a truck J
B. M. McRae and daughter guests home of Mr. and
pastor. Ill'W.. E. Hall has returned -
home and is feeling much Shirley and son Lynn were dinner Mrs. W. C. Conner Sunday. That I D. and Gene drove up as quickly I Ia .'L- with This New 1954 Phil co:
as but did
Mrs. night Mr. and Mrs. Fouts possible not get therein b _
guests of W. E. Hall Mondayof were !
b-'tter: after spending several daysin
last week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. time to catch the thieves. They
Glendale Hospital. Palatka. Lewis. did not have a flashlight and l The Greatest
We to the ill-' Tuose who enjoyed the picnicat
are sorry report rould not see to follow them in
the fishing of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and sons. I
n ss of little Sandra Starling. camp the darkness. Instead they dashed i
d lighter of the Robert Starlings Mrs. F. I* Conners near Melrose James and Danny and Lynn Mc- back to Bud's and called tn> ., RefrigeratorEver
aJ J wish her a speedy recovery.Uev Monday were Mr. and Mrs. L. A.! Rae 'nj6Yed a short visit with sheriff.
Crosby and family. Mr. and Mrs Arley McRae at Crystal Lake
E. R. Bowers of holly When
they returned to the
v not filled! the pulpit at Pine B. M. McRae and family. Don Camp Sunday afternoon.Mr. I scene of the crime the two thieve Built !

I.'\'t'l last Sunday in the absenceof Newman, and and Mrs. T. N. > and Mrs. Robert Turner weren't gone but they were goingas II'e 1 r
the Norman and son Gerald and,, and sons of Plant City and Brooker '
pastor.Mr fast as they could in the dark- Sensational Philco Automatic the refrigerator
and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez grandchildren Johnny and Barbara were weekend guests of the J. ness. Their truck was still at the that thinks for itself. No dials to set. No defrostingto
Eggers of Jacksonville. Mr. and:W. McRaes. with. It's automatically air conditionedto
and son were recent supper guestso (scene, partly loaded.J. bother
Mrs. V. E. Thornton and Henry! Yeoman 3-c Edwin McRae. keep food fresher, longer than ever before. Big
Mr and Mrs. Sam Saundersof D. and Gene searched the truck
Tanatus, Rev. and Mrs. O. J. UX, spent the Fourth weekend built-in zero degree freezer. Full width crisper.Plot
Middlebuig. Mrs. Alvarez also I II i for evidence and found some pa- the world's handiest storage door. Philco 847.
: Raulerson and Mr.
and Mrs. W. sightseeing in St.
I Augustine and
a tended a bridal shower given pers and a watch belonging to a .
in honor of Miss Hilda Saundersat R. Wood of Jacksonville.Mr. j Daytona. He has returned to Green i Middleburg negro, so they started Ll Floor\ Polisher . ,$ 29.95 iilClJ Week Special
and Mrs. Kirby Callahanand Cove Springs navy base where he for In ( PHICOU7 PhilcoRefrigerator$219,9S
Middleburg; Middleburg. the meantime I $27995
Lt. jf/ Bishop M. Myrick re-, little daughter of Miami, and is stationed. the negro had persuaded Frank 1, I I TOTAL VALUE.$309.90 __
I eived his wings on April 11 after' Mr. and Mrs. Xeil Crosby and son. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williamsof Carter that his truck was broken!' r ,42

uccessfully completing advanced of Atlanta, Ga. attended church Melrose spent the weekend down and that he needed a ride 'I
services here Sunday.Mr. i with Mrs. Williams'
( parents Mr. to Middleburg.
I
flight in
training Corpus Christi
and Mrs..Lavon Alvarez of;and Mrs. Russell Thomas. Upon While Carter
Texas. Lt. Myrick spent a short'time was taking the
with friends and relativesin Orlando visited Lavon's parents,!:their return they were accompa- man home the officers saw them I C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies

Starke and area in May, be-'Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, Sun,|nied by Bonnie Faye Thomas who and arrested the truck owner. I

fore leaving for overseas dutyin day. I is spending this week with them. He claimed the truck, the papers. '

the Philippines. His wife had Visitors of the H. M. McRaes Weekend guests of the A. J. and the watch. A pistol 'was alsodiscovered \

the honor of pinning his wings Monday afternoon were Mr and Fenders were Mi and Mrs. Ray in the trunk of the 232 E. CALL STREET PHONE
truck He 19S-J
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I Mrs. Guy Sale Miss Martha p'egramVeds Julius WarrenIn i|I WSCS Circle Meets

Honors Mrs. NaftelAt
Beautiful Candle Light Service At StuartThe
I! Circle 4 of the :Methodist \VSCSwill
'Coke PartyMrs. i i
I of Miss Martha meet Monday afternoon at 3
II marriage the summer. '
I
II RaPegram of Stuart and A-lc I I o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frow
Sale entertained at
I Guy a
The bride,
II daughter of Mr. and i Strickland. Swimming will be en-
Icvely Coco-Cola party Thursday JUliUS Marvin Warren of Lawteywas Mrs. James W.
I Pegram of Stuart,
morning of last week honoring solemnized in a candlelightservice joyed in the afternoon followed bya
i graduated from Martin
County
I i:Mrs. J. C. Naftel of Birmingham, Miss at the Presbyterian Church I I covered dish supper.
I I| High School in 1952 and attended j
Gladys Mooty :Ala. who has been spending the i in Stuart on Monday evening,.! I Ii
Palm Beach
I Junior
where
Phone 35Miss j jnsssssrsrsrrrrrSrtSrtSrrSSaSrrSt jI I past two weeks at Kingsley Lake. Jun 14, at 7:30'o'clock Dr. G. |:she College
II was a member of
I The party was held at the W. B. H. Bost officiated at the double I I I College Singers j
[ and Co-ed Club. I 9i 9/
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Mundy cottage at Kingsley Lake ring ceremony. I I
where attractive arrangements of Sue Mr. Warren is the son of Mr. '
., :., '-- "" "'. A program of nuptial music and i
.-..' -;.;. "J:: t summer flowers were used in I j I and Mrs. J. E. Warren of Lawtey.
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',-.':. :' I decorating. The lace covered refreshment the traditional wedding marches,,, He graduated from Bradford High ,
< :r' d" .'.
"" were by Miss Eden i
.. I table was centered withan played Joyce School, where he was president
of and field at the organ. :!:
A arrangement greenery x of the Senior Class. president of

I I red candles. Beasley The church was beautifully decorated .-Student Council and captain of

Twenty-five guests enjoyed the with white chrysanthemums the football and baseball teams
I occasion. h and hibiscus,
3 asparagus i Out
t | of town guests includedMr.
-- aIdelle '
} fern and potted palms. .
and Mrs. Leon C. Love and
:;First Baptist Circles Weds At Given in marriage by her father. son. Bill of Tallahassee. CharlesB.

''Met LastVeek = the bride wore a princess line Pegram and children of Leroir1NT.

w, aDurban' s ,dress of white embossed cotton in1: C., }[r. and :Mrs. Leslie Bradley

Daisy Fowler Circle, Mrs. I a rloisonne pattern with ball''and children of Starke, :Mrs. V H

Maxie Carter, leader, met with n. fringe trim a high neckline and Appleby and children of Atlantic An AutO.OwwS Quto

Mrs. Lavern Outlaw with seven Lake full skirt. She wore a corsage of I i j' Beach, and Jerry Hamilton of mobile covers
1 members'I present. white carnations with a matching Jacksonville.GOT policy

Mrs. C. A. Darby gave the devotional :a i-4r4 hair spray. theft o cat tvDt t

Weds and Mrs. Carter brought Mrs. V. H. Appleby of Atlantic EVERYTHING Cue her though Uke.n throw

I the program on Stewardship. Mrs. y' Beach sister of the bridegroom, an E terbrook pastel parse pen
!T B. Harding dismissed the meet- Alfred ", was matron of honor. Her dress':Only $2.37 at Bradford County r9uaul61t schemt,ft'kk

ing with prayer. Refreshmentswere featured a beige lace bodice witha Telegraph ordevfct.
4| gf: .
O. J.Boyett
----w served.
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j i linen weave skirt. Her corsagewas

Lorena Epperson Circle, Mrs. L. of pink carnations. ALL TYPES Do yoq find this to bean

..G. Powell presiding, met at the Mrs. Leslie Bradley of Starke. OF Delusion In your

,, church Tuesday afternoon with another sister of the bridegroom PEST CONTROL "
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seven members present. was bridesmaid. She wore pink : preset policy ?

Mrs D. L. Thomas gave the devotional nylon with a fitted bodice and a .

and brought the programof t -, ; gathered skirt with a corsage of TERMITES

"Grace for Defense" with Mrs.J fls"3 pink carnations. Household Commercial I Conner Bros.

H DuPre, Mrs. L. G. Powell, GROVE SPRAYING
Leslie Bradley was best man. I
s .i Mrs J. A. Lewis, and Mrs. Jesse I
and ushers were Jimmy Pegram. Call for estimate
Newsome taking parts. The
brother of the bride, and Bill Love Insurance
hostess served refreshments. s Florida Agency
I I. Miss Sue Beasley, daughter of cloth over white satin and was; of Tallahassee, a cousin of the Pest Control
I
i I Business Women's Circle will I Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Beasley centered with a beautiful tiered I.bride. i I II & Chemical Co. 129 W. Call St. Phone 285

The Lawtey Methodist Church with white sashes. Their bouquets:'meet at the church, Monday night, [lof Lake Alfred, and Robert Mor-j.wedding cake surrounded with I!i Mrs. James W. Pegram, mother I I 2220 X.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035
for a beautiful and (were of white carnations on color- ris Matthews Jr., son of Mr. and :ruffles of white illusion and i
wan the setting July 12, with Mrs. A. Russell Nor- caught iof the bride, wore an ensemble off 1 1I Gainesville, Fla. Starke, Fla.
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Impressive marriage ceremony on led background matching the man, leader, and Mrs. F. J. Pellum Mrs. Robert Matthews of Winter I at intervals with sprays of pino-,i pale blue linen. Her corsage was ,I I

Sunday afternoon, June 27, uniting I gowns. iI |program leader. Hostesses for the Haven, were united in marriage I chio mums, tube. roses and satin of white carnations

:Miss Idelle Durban, daughter of i I Serving as best man for lr.1!I meeting are Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Mrs.E. in the First Baptist Church of 'leaves. I II Following the -

Mr. and tIre Ed Durban of Law- |Boyett, was Hayard McDonald of j I I,. McKnlght, :Mrs. Edward Hall Lake Alfred on Saturday evening, Punch served j I; ceremony a reception -
was from tables was held at Chisholm'sRestaurant
tey, and O. J. Boyett Jr., son of Lake City. Robert Cameron of and Miss Delores McKnight. June 19, at 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. :
),Ir. and Mrs. O. J. Boyett Sr. of Jacksonville) and John Crews of John W. Hunt of Fernandina officiated placed in the sun porch. These in Stuart where the

Lake City Officiating at the 4 Lake City served as ushers. An Dora Alderman Circle, Mrs. L.N. at the single cere- were covered with white net,!tables were decorated with white!.
ring '
O'clock nuptial rites was Rev. exquisite waltz length gown 6* Pickering, leader, met with',mony.A gathered very full, over white;chrysanthemums. :

George A. Purga, immediate past .imported white Chantilly lace and I Mrs. L. A. Canova at Kingsley sunburst arrangement ofj satin. The punch bowls were en-(I I Mrs. Anna Chisholm-Miss Betty:i

pastor of the church. nylon tulle poised over satin was 'Lake Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.S. white flowers before a backgroundof circled with garlands of southern Chisholm and Mrs. Earl Tillman''',
selected by the lovely brunette j smilax interspersed with pompom |served wedding cake and punch
- E. Sparks brought a I
As the wedding guests were assembling programon greenery formed the focal pointof
bride for her wedding. The molded I J chrysanthemums and gladioli flo- ,to the fifty guests.
a program of music was alcohol; those discussing parts the decorations. On either side!, ,
rendered by Mrs.Mae Wells,pianist bodice was designed with a match were Mrs. :Marvin Hazen, Mrs.!!stood seven-branched candelabra IIi ]jiets. Following the reception, Mr.

ingjacket of Chantilly featuring Sparks, and Mrs. Pickering. During the evening the couple and Mrs. Warren left for Denver,
and Miss Barbara Match tt Of holding lighted tapers. Pedestal I Ii
Hampton soloist. Miss Matchett, long /jleevgg ending l in pointed cuffs I Sherbet and cake were served Ii baskets of white gladioli, stock I(left by plane for a wedding trip i I Colo. where Mr. Warren will be Sewing Machine Operators
and was held in coiffe.
flate by
I II to Nassau. They at homein
4 cousin of the bride, sang "A i to the ten members. and chrysanthemums were also I are now stationed for the remainder of
cap of starched lace. She wore a
Miami at 1620 SW 22nd Avenue
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love Dr am" aflJ
),Ie." The traditional marcheswere pearl and carried necklace a bride's of four Bible strands adorned !Peggy HinsonV.eds I marked with white satin net with i!j :Mis. Matthews, a granddaugh- i Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES

used during the ceremony. I with a white orchid showered with I II white pompoms. I Starke. graduated from Winter
GaskinsMr
DIRTGOOD
|Arthur FILL 18 THRU
The church was attractively decorated -I lilies-of.the-valley. Ray A program of nuptial music Haven High School in 1952. After 35

for the occasion with palms, was presented by Mrs. Robert'graduation from Florida State
Mrs. Durban
I mother of the I
ferns, and white gladioli, with bride, chose a gown of grey cham- j Gannaway, organist, Robert Branson University where she was a mem- RICH I Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
in Cathedral candel- Mrs. A. ber of Delta Zeta sorority, she
lighted tapers vocalist, and Beverly
I bray featuring an all-over em- I Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
abra adding a soft glow. broidery in a stem-entwined flower Connor violinist. was on the faculty of Brigham. TOP SOILSee I

The bride, who was given in I design. Her accessories were in Given in marriage by her father,Elementary School. I APPLY AT OUR OFFICE -fI

marriage by her father, chose her(white to match. the bnde wore a gown of white j 1 I I Mr. Matthews graduated from 10th & CHURCH STREETS

sister, :Miss Betty Durban, as her The groom's mother chose sheer w_ _j nylon tulle over white satin. Her I j I Winter Haven High School and ,I

maid of honor. The bridesmaidswere navy blue with matching acces- two-tiered fingertip length veil of the University of Florida where BILL JACKSONJackson

Miss June Boyett, sister of sories. imported illusion was held by aj i jhe was pledged to Pi Kappa Alpha : Transfer Compan; BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

the groom, and Miss Faye Eden- Immediately following the: cere- j shirred cloche, trimmed with pearlsand fraternity.. He is now field representative -

field, a close friend and former mony, the bride's parents entertained ', bugle beads. She carried anj I I fOr Swift and Co. in Phone 165 Starke, Fla.

room-mate of the bride. These at- with a reception in the \ --q arrangement of white orchids,i 1 13liamt.I .

tendants wore gowns of organdy church parlor which was decorated feathered fleur d'Armour, ,and I I Ip

in pastel colors and featuring with ... .
voluminous ankle length skirts cut the variegated pastel color flowers scheme earning against I i stephanotis the valley. showered with lily of :....-- :::.._:= <- -- ---- -,--- ..=- '..-: = ----'-- '- :: --- --- : -<,-"' :: '-_": -:-- -:": :--::.-- =--_".. -..>- '- '-:: :..- _- -=

a background of green fern. Thebride's f Mrs Jack Myers was matron I .,
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table was covered with a of honor for her sister, and brides-

ICE COLD cloth of cream colored lace and .maids were Miss Dorothy Lauder- i
!centered with a tiered
wedding dale 01 Winter Haven; Mrs James
cake topped with a miniature j t ,_ Robbius' Sale
MELONSCANTALOUPES bride and groom. Thomas, Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. j Summer
I
a Alan Hamlin, Mt. Dora. They
I The cake was served by Mrs. wore identical tulip pink waltz l
D. A. Jones, assisted by Mrs Paul
of crystalette. Each worei
:gowns
3 FOR 25c Dinkins Jr. of Anthony and presiding It I
headress and carried
i a matching t
at the punch bowl was Mrs. I :Mr and Mrs Bert L Hinson I
a cascade arrangement of ceriSE
FRESH PEACHES \Frank Sweat assisted by Miss; of Hampton announce the mar- ;
:carnations with ribbons in matching -
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2 LBS. 25cTOMATOES Elizabeth McLure, both of Jack- riage 01 then daughter, Peggy CHILDREN'SSANDALS

\also sonville.of Jacksonville Mrs. Wesley, had Arwood chargeof ,, son Montez of Mr., to and Arthur Mrs. Wade Ray Gaskins Gaskins,I Mrs.shades.Beasley, mother of th I LADIES I E S SANDALS l S H XTRA SPECIAL .

bride ballerina
wore a lengtt'
the bride's book. Mrs. Dinkins',, of Starke.
2 LBS. 25cMARTIN'S gown of navy blue silk Her accessories > ii ALL ROBINETTE
Mrs. Sweat, and Mrs. Arwood
are The marriage took place on Were
BOYS & GIRLS Now
were of blue an
navy
cousins of the bride. I tf
Friday evening, June 18, at 7:30: SHOES
FRUIT white and she wore a 01
:
In the late afternoon Mr. and I o'clock at the home of Mr. and corsage 2.98. 1.9'k 9r
white orchids.
SHOP Mrs. Boyett left for an out of Mrs. Wade Gaskins. The double I'
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state wedding trip, going first to ring ceremony_ was read by Rev.William Mrs. Matthews chose for hei O. \
I I I Charleston, S. C.:and from thereto Wilson. :son's wedding a gown of beige J.70 rs:, x.99

other points of interest in that the I I nylon lace over apricot taffeta. I
Following the ceremony
!state and in Georgia. The bride several in St. I Her corsage was of tiny cymbidium 4.98 j /4 -
couple spent days 3-99 !
traveled in a white linen suit withaccessories orchids.Mr. .

to match. I Petersburg. Matthews served as best l

Mrs. Boyett is a graduate of man for his son, and ushers were 5.98 3.99 .. :

S i Jack Myers of Lake Alfred, Pate 1.98 1.49 I
of now
t1 ISEE tT --- .-. -- -- ." I Bradford High School, class nively, Ernest Von Hahmann Jr., White Red Black Multi
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NOW LOW ,1951, and for some time has been Edward Reints, all of Winter Haven 2.49 now 1.49
r. secretarial work with Knight,
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and William Tripp of Jack-
:Orr and Company of Jacksonville. sonville. 2.98 now 1.99 ALL LADIES = .
f B.1C Mr Boyett was educated in the
Following the a re- White Brown and Red
THE I and. ceremony Sizes
schools of Columbia County
STARKE FLA. ception was held in the Woman's 2.99
since graduating from the Lake B-AA
I Club. LADIESTSHIRTS DRESS
Among those assisting inserving
i i School, has spent two
|City High
Mrs. _
I were O. L. Beasleyand
Fri.. Sat.-July 9, 10 years in the Army. Back in ,,4
SEE NOW CONVENIENT civilian life again, he is currently Mrs. J. W. Kincaid of Starke. I| 1 GROUP LADIES

Double Feature employed by the Spell Neon Sign The bride's table was overlaid SUNBACK COTTONDRESSES l t


With Rosemary Red Garters Clooney, Jack the Company couple in will Valdosta reside. Ga., where with ter of an the imported late O.Point L. Beasley de Venise of I I 1.19 i: SHOES S E S f 1.


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SEE fEIITIIRi EIOS1'TP -AndCattle Local Temperance I All 5.95 and 6.95 Values

TownWith And Patriotic Program WHITE Now )
BLACK HATS
3.99
t Dennis Morgan Sponsored by the local WCTU, Were Now SPECTATORS

Plus New Serial Chap. Xo. 1 "Gun a temperance and patriotic pro- 1.98 .. 1.49 RED & BLUE /2 PRICE
was presented last Friday
Fighters of Northwest Plus Color gram 2.98 .. 1.99
afternoon in the Tabernacle Chapel.

when you go byGREYHOUND" Cartoon for Kids. U. S. flags and the Christian and 3.98 .. 2.99 Ladies Handbags 1.99 LADIES
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Sun., Mon. and Tues. Temperance banners were used inj .
-- I I Plus Tax HALF SLIPS
Bum 0... .. July 11,12,13Double decorating. LADIESSKIRTS
\ arr ww11ew Among the outstanding numbers Were Now

York __________ 7 $%0.00 FeatureTUMBLEWEED were "The Story of the Statue ofLiberty" 3.99 t
Chicago ____________ "I 3.60 by Mrs. Ruth Parker of j I II Maternity Dresses 1.00 88c

Cleveland! _________ 7 U9 Penney Farms, and a solo, "The 1691.98 1.49
1'ashhngton ----------2 7.55 With Audie Murphy, Lori Nelson Sinner and the Song" by Mrs. I Were Now I

Boston-________ "I 31.71 Florence Hippie of Park of the .. TRUNKS ;
1.98 1.49 MENS SWIM
Detroit ______ "I 24.13 -AndProblem- Palms.A CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON BATHlU SUITS

Atlanta ________ 2 8.88 I brief business session followed i 2.98 1.99 I

Miami ______________ "I 8.53 GirlsWith the program and dues were received about this question j I Were Now
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Yew Orleans ______ "I 15.24Iknver Helen! Walker, Ru<* Elliott for the new year beginning 'i -- now 1.98 1.49 {
_________ 7 31.93 Plus Color Cartoon for Kid |SepL 1.'Recent. I When the neighbors boy came
Los Angeles _______ 7 M.O% I ( down with polio it took 16 LADIES CATALINA 2.98.. 1.99 ,

Seattle __. __________ '7 63.75 Births months of treatments, and Boys Swim Trunks 1.49
Wed., Thur.-July 14 15 SHORTSWere GIRLS SHORTSAnd
.- ,.... U. S. TAli4IXTR.4 $3,000 of medical expenses to I
S."'.y..n xaeaTrip.U. Double Feature j Mr. and Mrs. Leon WIlkerson of cure him. Would a $1T- Polio' I

i Lawtey announce the birth of a Policy cover such polio expenses Now PEDAL PUSHERS
S. TAX NOW REDUCED % The All American !daughter, Linda Faye, on July 2 for an entire family'I 2502.95 1.99 Boys T-Shirts 8& I

With Tony Curtis !\Iia the Starke Maternity Hospital. 1.49

GREYHOUND BUS STATION Maj. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan of 3503.95 2.99

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Are. Phone 117.1Starke Charley Mens T Shi rts -1.29 1
Temple ,rington, Va. announce the birth i LADIES i

Fla. : THE FAKE 'i of a son, Joseph Jr., on June 18. SHIRTSMen's

Dennis Q'Keefe and Coleen Gray Mrs. O. L. Haynes of Starke is I PEDAL PUSHERS
spending a while with her daughter. & Son AgencyPhone Dress Pants 3.99 Size I

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FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVB

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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holliday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillipsare I :Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews Mr. and :Mrs. G. P. Wadsworthof I!Thompson has been up in a wheel- I Lightfoot, a former pastor of

i and children returned Thursdayof visiting Mrs. Phillips' father, ,'and Mrs. Ronald Andrews spent I Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Sam ;chair for the past week and is the Starke First Baptist The
last week from Detroit, Mich. H. H. in Winston Salem Monday at Salt Springs. ,Anderson i
Steidley were Monday evening i now able to get around a little lucky man was Ross Junior Cox
d7t6dnatilll :: where they spent two weeks with N. C. this week. I I Nell and Rae Norfleet of Madison I nipper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Ii i,on crutches and Charles Fields of Chipley JoAnn Smith reports -

,:Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holliday Sr. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto have are visiting Mary Agnes and Robert Turner at the State Farmin .who is also in a wheelchair, will I a wonderful time at Girls

I Misses Mary Lou and Beth as guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. p.1| Anne Matthews at Kingsley Lake. celebration of Sam Anderson's :try walking next weekthey've I State in Tallahassee last week .

C-0 IN THE NEWS I Ziegler of Miami are spending two Ritter and daughter, Ann, of Hamlet Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot birthday anniversary.Jim ,both had a siege of recuperatingafter Hear she was elected everything .
I weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
N. C. and Mrs Clisha Miller i; spent the weekend in St. Peters- Sewell of Jacksonville, and their serious auto accident from "county commissioner" to
Griffis at Theressa and Mr. and
( of Orangeburg, S. C. I burg visiting Mrs. Karma Wallen several .
---- -- --- Miss Virginia Sewell of FSU, months ago. "mayor of Palatka"
i Mrs. R. C. Dampier in Starke.
Mrs. Edna Wallace and daughter. Mrs. Ewell Lawson and son, |'The Dampiers and Gr.ffises also Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Ed-j I l|and Mrs. Frances Parker. The Tallahassee, were home for the i The Charles Hardys are spending I Quite an interesting story inI

Miss Yvonne Wallace, of Atlanta Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank < had as Wednesday guests, Miss wards and family are spending ten !; Barefoots also spent Tuesday in weekend.Mr. ,' the first two weeks of the I connection with a near-fire at

were recent guests of Mrs. Castleberry of Auburndale returned {!Judy Ziegler of Gainesville. days at Brooklyn' Lake. i i Lake .City visiting Mrs. Harry and Mrs. George Manassa ,month at the Denmark cottage I I Koch's Drug Store Seems

Frank Hoover. home Saturday after a month's |I Fourth of July guests of Mr.j Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and I Darby. and family of Green Cove Springsare :on Kingsley and the Eldon Hardyswill : that Acting Governor Charley E.
Patty Caruso of Jacksonville is trip throughout the West. Enroute |and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter at their family spent Saturday at St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish ) spend the last two weeks Johns, weekending at his cottageon
spending this week with her cousin, they visited Mrs. Lawson's son and I I cabin on Santa Fe Lake included Beach. I and children of Valdosta, Ga. spent occupying the Kincaid cottageat ''there. Pvt. Bert New-comb was II Crystal Lake, dreamed that

Elissa Stafanelli.Mr. daughter-in-law. Cpl. and Mrs. I Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish 1.rrs.V.. B. Hollingsworth, :Mrs. the weekend with Roy Turner. Kingsley Lake for two weeks.it home for the weekend from Fort I his Starke Ice Co. plant was be-

and Mrs. Mack Bronson and Jerry Lawson at the Williams AFB, i and I sons of Starke and Mrs. Drew E. C Priest, Anita Alvarez and ;Jackson. S. C. Janet Hardy I jing robbed, so he aroused son
family of Orangeburg, S. C. are Chandler, Ariz. and Mr. and Mrs. I Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Walker Mrs. Kate Sheppard were visiting I ;celebrated her 7th birthday last j Jerome and they drove to town

spending this week with Mr. and Marvin Castleberry in Covina, and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Walker relatives in Fort White on Sunday. ;i Friday with a party for 16 of made a quick inspection and found

Mrs. W. E. Thornton. Calif. I and children, all of Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and Mrs. I i her girl friends; games were i I everything all right They happened -
Beverly Jarrell of Jacksonville is Misses Carolyn Edwards and Edward A. Hall, secretaryof P. J. Quattlebaum returned home I : played in the yard and prizes j I to circle around by Koch's,
[ visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. Judy Green and Jim Van DeMark the Bradford County Children's Friday after a five-week motor I, awarded to Bobbie Sue Barksdale I however and noted smoke oozing
and Mrs. Ed Prevatt this week. and Richard Cunningham spent Committee, will attend the state : out
trip through the West, stopping at I and Jane Hardy the cake, j of the windows and doors so
Mr. and Mrs. Shl Smith and Sunday at Daytona Beach. meeting of the Florida Children's points of interest, and on to San decorations and refreshments car- they got Steve Simmons up and
the weekend in Haw- Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and Commission
family spent in Ft. Lauderdale, I when entered the store
they -
out the blue everything
thorne visiting Mrs. Kirby Smith. daughter, Sandra, of Falls Church, j July 1213. Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif. For those who like to live dan : Mundy's-expects to reopen his(fried pink, and green blanketed with smoke
was
color scheme Bob Smith
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Coker and Va. will arrive Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman gerously, try walking down poolroom soon.
a :Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Dansby and just I ':celebrated his 12th birthday Wednesday i! It seems that one of the girls
son, Tommy, of Jacksonville were month's visit with Mrs. H. L. I are vacationing in Asheville, N. C. Call Street between Walnut and'' The M C. Wells and L. S. Hut- '
children spent the past three with swim the who works there put a chicken to
weekend guests of Lt Col. and Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kay Garbett is spending two the courthouse. what with |tos had a record turn-out at the ; a party at :
weeks in Montgomery and Ozark, 'Junius Smith cook on a hot plate and went off
Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Chasteen in Starke and at the I weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Don I the sidewalks and curbs being Wells cottage on Brooklyn Lake cottage on Kings-i.
I :,
Ala. visiting relatives and also ley Maria Moore entertained| and forgot it so if it hadn't'have
in Ocala.
.Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sexton and Brownlee cottage at St. Augustine I visited the Dansby's Champion I pulled up to make room for the ;;over the weekend-there were 47 'i been for the Acting Governor's -
Beach. son Billy, I' five of her little friends at a
Mrs. C. D. Williams is spendingtwo widened aI guests and 35 on Mon-
children of Atlanta were holiday I street, we really get on Sunday have
who there
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy has returned -I is in Officer"s Candidate weeks attending the Methodist !taste of what life was like in the day hear the B. O Perkins ,theatre party Tuesday afternoonin dream might
School at Fort Benning, Ga. celebration of her 7th birthday I been a serious fire .
home after I
Johns. I two weeks' School of Missions in Lake Juna- "good old days" If this is asample family of Louisville, Ky. have purchased .
visit with Mrs. W. B. Sewell in Margaret Colson spent part of I refreshments were enjoyed So long see in the
I' luska, N. C. you
:1: the
Mr and :Mrs. X. ,M. Smith and -you can have 'em and are occupying I
the week
Little Switzerland, N. C. with her grandparents, .. afterwards at the Jimmy Moore
..
children spent the weekend at ALL STRAW HATS Onethirdoff If it gets any worse I'm gonna Davis Gassett house on' Prevatt next
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Colson and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson in home and Sue Deas also
Salt Springs. children left Brooker.Mr. at ALVAREZ', send my copy down to the Tele- .:ave Gertrude Hall and sons I Carolyn
Wednesday for their celebrated her 7th
birthday on
ALL STRAW HATS Onethirdoff graph by carrier pigeon This moved: into the Adkins house next I
home in Tuscon, Ariz. after spending and Mrs. Prentiss Pruittof Mrs. Henrietta Hunt visited her i Wednesday Marvin Brown was
ALVAltEZ'. sweltering weather has been good lto i the RR on 8th street on Monday I
ten days in Starke with rela- and Mr. and j I I 15 ,
I Monticello were Monday guestsof son daughter-in-law, Evelyn and Herbert Ritch years on July 1 and brother,
for least-air
one industry, at i
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vickers and tives and friends. Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner.Mr. Mrs Franklin Hunt in Savannah, i' '!Edward will be 11 years old on
!have rented the Elma Thomas
daughter Jean, were in Ridge- Mr. and MFS. A. C. Boone of and Mrs. John Burleigh of Ga. last week. I conditioning Tis being installed 'I :July 12 and last but not least FOR SALE
Adel, Ga. this week in quite a few establishments cottage on Kingsley Lake for the
were of the
N. guests J. L.
crest, C. last week attendingthe I 'on the schedule the
Tarpon Springs were Monday :Mrs. D. J. Clark and son, Steve, but claim it's hotter out party was
Cole family over the weeknd. i including JimmyCannon's I summer
Baptist Sunday School Con They guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Charlie of Tampa spent last week with annual i office picnic given by
[there than in town so are only
ference. Carolyn Vickers spent enjoyed a trip to JacksonvilleBeach barber shop, McGnffs!!, I I
QUILTINGSCRAPS
Co..en.Miss. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green Hazel and Gene :Matthews at
.
the week in Folkston, Ga. visiting on Sunday. The Boones Bill Mundy's barber shop, Alvarez |weekending at present see their lake Monday
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. were accompanied home by their Louise Johns of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown had Store and Bulhngton's Now if i I:Mary Ella and Bobby Alvarez :' Kingsley cottage -
G. Gowen and Janice Vickers daughter, Mrs. Velma Brady, who ville spent the weekend with Mr. as guests, Mrs. A. C. Middletonand they'd only put it in the beauty !ihave moved back to Starke from for members of the Telegraphi
visited her cousin, Mary Barnesin spent the past week with the and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. son, Clay of Jacksonvillelast shops! i|Valdosta, Ga. i staff and their families who en-
Coles. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and and and swimming, boating and a
: Thursday Friday,
Kingsland, Ga. See Aliese Lawson now working Bill Green had a close call (
son Kern, of Tampa are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hurst and I picnic supper on their patio 25c Per Lb.
guests
Mrs'I in the bank bitten I
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson and :..Browniee and Mr. Charlie Bias start- t'other day when he was
two daughters of Atlanta are I and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and son, i of Mrs. Joe.Wilson at Kingsley daughter, Sally, of Alexandria, I ed at Shepherd's Radio and TV as :by a water moccasin in front of I Interested to see the \\ te-up of

spending a few days with Mr. and ''J Roy, spent the weekend* at St. I Lake this month.Mr Va. and Mrs. P. W. Hurst of Cal- service technician on Tuesdayhe | the Green cottage at Kingsley- I Nancy Lightfoot's marriage in At

Mrs. Sam Anderson. 'ATTguatlne'I Beach. "* and Mrs. A. J. Germaldiof lahan on Monday.Mr. I and family moved here from ;sister Lu gave him immediate first the T-U Sunday, and a very lovely ; BIG DADMANUFACTURING

-Mrs. M. H. Greshem and Peggy Tampa will be weekend guestsof and Mrs. Dennis Holhngs- Hurricane W. Va. and are living I aid by slashing the bite with a | bride she made (according to
[Henderson are in Mount Vernon, Co!. and Mrs. H. C. Wall at worth and daughters of Winter in the Pooser Apts. Peewee "razor blade and drawing out the CO. I
;,I1L for two weeks visiting Mr. the Officers Club at Camp Bland- Park were Monday guests of Mrs.E. 'Dampier has moved his RecreationHall blood Lex killed the reptile I the photo) The ceremony was \

:and Mrs. Dewey Beck. ing and also guests of Mr. and C. Priest and Mr. and Mrs. into the building he purchased i i and Bill is now getting along fine I performed in Largo on June 26

1 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick spent Mrs. Junius Smith at Kingsley Red Alvarez. 'i between Bessents and happy to hear that Bill : by Nancy's father, Rev. A E. ,
I II
the Fourth weekend at Jacksonville -
; Beach. Lake.Mrs.
D. B. Webb and Miss June
I Mr.
and Mrs.
Rudolph Sink and I
NEW 'daughters Sally and Cindy, spent Clark of Miami spent several daysin I

N last week in Lexington, N. C. the past week with their par. Now's the time to buy
I' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards and ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark.

family Miss Faye Paulk, and Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and
Li P.SIDE.DOWNREfRIGERATOR j Jamie Worley of Graham AFB children of St. Augustine and :Mr.

,spent the long weekend at Daytona and Mrs. Blaine Carwyle of Tampa

Beach. were weekend guests of Mr. a new car .
( Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile were and Mrs. Junius Smith .
called to St. Petersburg Sunday Mrs. G. S. Brown visited her

by the serious illness of Mr. Haile's mother, Mrs. L. M Wimberly in

Monday.brother, L. C. Haile, who died on Bunnell, Monday of last week. Your present car will never be This is the year to buy Ford- If you buy your new Ford no*

Richard Long of Clewiston is as Dr.their and Sunday Mrs.guests T. G. at Ritch Kingsley had C 1 worth more-it will go further 3. for '54 Fords have so many 5. you'll have the fun of driving a

1 I vacationing for two weeks with Lake, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Cana- toward buying your new Ford advanced features they'll stay new car this spring and be set for

l his mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. pelli and daughter, and Dr. and .. now than it ever will again. worth more for years! the vacation season.
Mr. and :Mrs. V. V. Hazen and ; "
Mrs. Robert Brown and daughter,
(daughter :Marcia Kay, went to :all of Jacksonville.

I son Plant, Jimmy City on, who Tuesday has been to get visiting their Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prior of We wish to build up our used car Right now, we can offer you just There's nothing like possessing the -

his cousin, Julian Hazen, for the Syracuse, N. Y. were Monday 2 stocks for the spring demand so 4 the model Ford, in your choice of 6 latest model car. Why w;-il? The

,past week. Julian returned with guests of Mrs. Marion Howe. we're willing to make attractive color, and with just the equip new car of your dreams can bt

the Hazens for a week's visit here. Mr.' and Mrs. R C. Dampierand deals right now! ment you want. .' yours today.
I-- ion'Billy last week at
"M rs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Sam spent
Anderson and Jimmy Rowe wentto Kings Mountain and in the Blue

Tallahassee last Friday to get Ridge Mountains, N. C. and also
Joann Smith who attended Girl's visited 'Mr. Dampier's sister in

'State all last week. Mrs. Smith, Atlanta, Ga. enroute home.
Joann and Mrs. Anderson attendeda Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters and

tea at the Governor's mansion in daughters and Mrs. W. D. Faxon

the afternoon for the Girl's State and daughter, Donna, spent Satur-
members and were also guests of day at Jacksonville Beach.
New Acting Gov. and Mrs. Johns at Mrs. Charlie Parker of Holly .

dinner that evening. Hill and Mrs. Shellie Hall drove _
AdmiralA Miss Judy Green is spending I to Camp Gordon, Ga. Saturdayto
''this week with Miss Carolyn Edwards get Pvt. Parker who spent the J

1! at Brooklyn Lake. weekend with his family in Starke. _

family-ilz freezer and i ALL STRAW HATS One-third Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and
,off ALVAREZ'. family and Mrs. Lettie Parker of
u refrigerator-All! in One I Jacksonville were weekend guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughn
the L. S. Hutto
Come it have returned from a visit in family.
see todaylFARM v. M. Edwards and J. M. Edwards SJ Y
Raleigh, N. C. with their son-in- w
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. II spent Friday to Tuesday at
HOME & :W. V. Green Jr Daytona Beach.

AUTO SUPPLYStarke Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter I Mrs. Lester Hanshaw of Sebas-
tian several week
last
Donna, are visiting relatives in spent days
Fla Mobile. Ala. this week. I with MrL Willa Mae Denton.
: Vivian Lewis .of Jacksonville
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j i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs.

I R. F. Prather and daughter, San-
dra and Linda Robb, visited Cypress -
nd here's FORD's
i Monday.Mr. Gardens. and Bok Tower on .1311' why

and Mrs. W. E. Green and
Dedicated To Community Servioe-
"Moiie Are Better Than Eier": family are visiting relatives in
West Florida this week. best !
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Strong of : your car buy
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Sarasota were weekend guests of

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. 'I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. ..

Benny Furlong of Waycross, '" .
.. Sat.-July 9, 10 I 14. 15 Ga. and Mesa, Ant is visiting his ".
Wed.
Thur.-July -.. "
DOUBLE FEA TUnEt uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. You can have the world's most You'll find only Ford in the low. Fords lead in other features, too;

W. Furlong.Mr.. and Mrs.. George Flynn, Jr. 1. advanced "eight"-Ford's new 4. price field offers you all these 5. They've got richer, roomier interiors -
C deep-block low-friction assists Master Guide and exclusive like the
!1 of Tampa spent the weekend with 130-h.p.: power :
t Y n'D the senior Flynns. Y-block V-8. And it costs less 1. power steering, Swift Sure Power Astra-Dial Control Panel! .... '

tl r W AFi Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppardand than most "sixes!" Brakes, 4-Way Power Front Seat j

a I family are spending two weeks >>" (not only goes forward and back

It'i i w'th relatives in Johnson City, but up and down,! too), Power. 6. Ford offers the widest selection in

i OUT 'Tenn and Greensboro, N. C. Or, if you prefer a "six," there'sAmerica's Lift Windows (on all 4 windows the low-price field : : : 14 distinctive
Olin White, Sr. entered St. Vin- 2. body and 28 new
styles
2 in !
most modern. Ford's115h.p. ; not just as some cars )
FORIHE '
ten: s hospital on Monday for surgery models ; to provide the exact
and of Fordomatic Drive.
I-block Six. It has all the course, i
.
type 0 fine want at a
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1 1 AM tCURJLW Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. W. H. advances of the "Y" and gives *at extra price you cartoyou .

r ANToMl:1 Hart and daughter, Kay, and :Mrs. TOU real "go" plus economy! cui.;

= John Christiansen are leaving
RUE next week for two weeks vacation
And
u with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Osborne And BalWoint
!/! : you'll get
GLASS WALLWith MORGUE/ in Houston. Texas and in Mexico. 3. Front Suspension, the biggest
i 1 Mr and Mrs. Orie Wiggins and
NOW YOUR CAR MAY BE WORTH
All Star Cast chassis advance in 20 MORE
i children spent from Saturday to
Plus "Bringing Up :Mother" Cartoon i Wednesday vacationing in Chattanooga years, for smoother riding,

r. and Chap. 18 Capt. Kid" I, Tenn. easier handling. TO US THAN YOU THINK !
Tbe sewsusitioa : Mrs. Donie :Moore' and Mrs.
'
M. C. WELLS '
fRIll Thelma Steele of Gainesville were

Sun., Mon. and Tues. WiNL18ios.a weekend guests of Mrs. W. B.

July 11 12, 13 3 DIMENSION..... ..hDWARNERCOLORf Mundy, Jr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. -
r'Ic oM had -
Mrs. J. E.
j i, Mr. and Hardy

3 BIG DAYS f as guests on Saturday Tom Hardyof Buy Now and Buy Right! Test Drive the '54 Ford! \

t....... hnraMt Mwhr ... ....: Aiken, S. t. and as Sunday r.c.- :

: !lUll JIIMI : Plus "Sleepj Time Squirrel"I guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jake 'Keene

IdAR11N"lEWI : and family of Tampa.
I
I Cartoon
Brooker
O.V. of
: wbthoNRUMN I I Mrs. Barry

:MOm' FIOM HOME:: I! spent Saturday with her daughter,
i iI \Mrs. J. E. Hardy and family.
t :' Motor Co0
.NALWALt1Sw Andrews
: .-- : I EDMOND D. TENLY I I Mr. and Mrs Edwin Sheppard I
i ncHNfcor.o : 1 of Valdosta, Ga. were visiting Mr.
., ... IH.if '
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( !. H 't" N"SI : and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard and MrsI

f This Topeye's Annhersarj" Cartoon Kate Sheppard over the weekend
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and Latest World New | Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wells ol Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDAr

Jacksonville were weekend guests I GREAT TV, FORD THEATRE. WMBR-TV, SUNDAY, 6 P.M.
,, . of Mr and Mrs. M. C. Wells
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rAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1954


TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT would like to recommend a clean improvement of the City Hall.'Heights. The occasion was to cele- of last week. 1 J Jr., who have been living in Savannah Building, Jacksonville Florida once each week for four consecutive
!hand file the original in the office ol weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
up campaign. Being tax collector, I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns are:brate the birthday of John Ham- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis and i Ga., are now residing in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on graph.
we had to hold a tax sale on Sat- rejoicing over the birth of a!mond and Clarence Sampson!!children of St. Petersburg spent< Lawtey, and Mr. Roberts is em-('or before the 26 day of July I Dated this 22 day of Jun. 1''->4
Keystone Heightsby II 1954! ;; ; otherwise the allegations cf I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbrClerk
I urday, and before we were able daughter.i which occurred on the same day !Monday and Tuesday with :Mr. i iI ployed at the Prison Farm.M. said Compiaint will be taken as confessed I of the Circuit Court.
to get down to business had to!i and Mrs. Clarence Henriod July 7th. A picnic dinner was 'and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. Mr. and i E. Hennegar of Lake City by you. ''Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Mrs. Sara McDonalduuuAuu.uuuuuu sweep out the place, empty the ash:,,'!of East Point, Ga. and Mrs1. :Mar:enjoyed on the lawn. I Mrs. Michael and daughter of spent the weekend with the D. B. This notice: shall be published i I 6 25-41-7 iSThat's

trays and dust the table and'II tin and two1 daughters of Palatka I I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson and i Jacksonville also spent Monday! Harley family. -

chairs. The waste baskets were I I,spent Wednesday with Mrs. T. F. son Randy, of Starke, and Mr. with them. i j Business
oTirB TOPpran Our
The Keystone Catholic Club I 1 !
overflowing. Keystone: Heights Brown. I I and Mrs. Bruce Roark and children Jimmy and Charles Moore, ; rn Circuit Court. Bradford Count

will hold their 10 annual Bazaar Woman'sClub on I should be able to do better than Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and:] were Sunday supper guestsof .young sons of the W. F. Moores, ,:Louise Florida\\".In \1..l.-an Chanorry.Plaintiff. %,>. G s S If It's Glass We Have It!
Saturday, July in the
and that by its only public building. I sons Billy and James Jr., spent I|I the W. N. Jacksons. :!spent the weekend on a fishing I Hi.hert n. McL...an Defendant. CALL WRITE or VISIT
opening at noon .
their Case No. 1Q3o'flotice
with
contin-I" Sunday in Dunnellon. i is ill his trip at Oklawaha along
Personal items are scarce this Johnny Knight at home To .
Appear.To
uing for the afternoon week on account of the holidaybut i| Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson '1 here.ry..Y.nryY..m..r. 'uncle, D.V.. Moore of Jackson- : Hohert D. :!oil'Lean. whresidence "". r Joe Peters Glass Co.
ning. Supper will be served from(I are spending the week in Forks- ''ville. and address is: Route 4.
card from Mrs.J. i
do have a I .
we
be North AVilkesboro, North CarolinaYou (
6 till 8 There will
m.
p. m. p. I o't
II yule, Va. J. W. Thomas and son :,
I F. Fredriksson in YellowstonePark I Mrs. are hereby notified that a fOR ANY GLASS NEED
''I
and booths for all sorts of .
games suit for
arrived
articles. A parakeet will be givenas I i: saying she is enjoying the I Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simmons I I Hendersonville, N. C. visit on'. custody, control and support i.t We Design Modern Store Fronts

a door prize for children, and:scenery especially the snow and:lire visiting his mother, Mrs. E. LAWTEYLy \ Wednesday of last week Mr. for and a Mrs. has minor been flied children against and divorce you in the i Just Mail Us A Pattern for
her
!i that she will be in New York ;M. Simmons in Chase City. Va. .with parents. above named Court and cause and Table
Tops
there will be a drawing at 9 p. m. Moore I
Renee i
'next week and will remain there I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore and i,W. F. :Moore. Little I you are required to serve a copy of
for the big prize. Sandwiches will L. II. FutchLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAAL vis< your answer or pleading to the Fla. Phone 4353
home after I complaint Gainesville, -
:the rest of the summer.Shaughnessy's boys of Archer and Mrs. D. W. !also returned a on the Plaintiffs; Attorney I 1313 N.W. 4th PI. -
be served at noon. Package store I Moore of Starke, visited Mrs. iof three weeks with her sister I J. K. Skipper 221 Florida Title I

The Keystone Heights Bridge I II was robbed again last week. This''I T. F. Brown Sunday p. m. I W. P. Kemp returned home the I in Hendersonville.
who has
Club held their weekly duplicate I time the haul was a big one, in-j Mr. and Mrs. Topsy Brown, latter I Mrs. Grace McKinney
of last week after
play last Monday night at the i cluding stock intended for the'son, Randy, and nephew Billy part time with relativesat :been visiting her parents, the H. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
spending some
Keystone Inn. Mrs. Hubert Rid-'Blue Pines Inn which had been II Weest, spent the weekend in Miami JB.i Arwoods went last week to;I
White
Springs.Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Collins I!New York to attend a Scout Council -
aught were I recently purchased by Shaugh with brother, Gordon Weest I
first with 34 points; :Mr. and Mrs.i nessy. The stock was being held:and family. I II sons were and Mrs.in Gainesville Ed Durban Fridayof and i| meeting which included a study.! FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEJUNE

Ray Starnes were second with 29 i,at the Melrose store pending repairs -I I Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain I last week. .course. Mrs. McKinney is an assistant -

points; and Mrs. R. J. Bunten and, to the new place. :and son, Tommy, spent last week I Scout Leader in her home! '
A. R. Chalmers were third with I Mrs. J. C. Detweiler entertained'iin Tallahassee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennettand ;community. When the meeting I 30, 1954
all 'I son and Mr. and Mrs. Richard!closes she expects to return here
25 points. Until September the Women of the Church from and Mrs. R. F. Dyal of the,
will be Monday night. I I Bennett Jr. and children all of i to finish out her visit, and to take
play on |the Trinity Methodist Church of Farm Colony spent the weekend; I
I Daytona Beach spent the holiday:her children, who are now staying, RESOURCESLoans '
The Humphreys Gold Coopora-!|Jacksonville Wednesday. About i with daughter, Mrs. Bruce Roark .
I weekend with relatives here. They with their grandparents, home. ,
tion held their annual picnic for 150 guests enjoyed a picnic and and family. I
and other members of the Bennett I' Friends of Mrs. V. R. Reddishare
employees on Sunday, at Kings-;'swimming at her lake home. I Mrs. L. A. Sheronse of Hawthorne -! family enjoyed an all-day picnic glad to see her at home again Ij i j and Discounts 628563.38

ley Lake. There were over one i" I and daughter, Mrs. Otto .at Kingsley Lake on Monday. after all the time she has spent Banking House Furniture & Fixtures 15.924:60: >

thousand in attendance. There TTTTTTTTTTTTTfffffTTffTlHAMPTON .Cummings of Camden Ark., visited I j Dr. Hutcherson of Gainesville ''with her daughter, Mrs. J. G. I Prepaid Expenses 954.50
were free hot dogs, Ice cream. ;:, Mrs. Minnie Marcionny Mon-
i accompanied by Prof. Dunn was :Godwin because of a broken arm i Other Resources 86.20
watermelon, and cold drinks for I
! 'day. Jin Lawtey Sunday. Dr. Hutcher- .suffered in a fall some time ago. : Accrued Interest and Income Receivable 10,799.10
everyone plus swimming, beating Dick Williams of Tampa visited ,
son conducted services at .the Mrs. Norman of Heilbronn is stay- U. S. Government Securities 1887860.60
I and games of all sorts. One fea-I Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I his wife at the home of her parents -II other sis-
by two
Methodist Church that day. ing with her, and I and Bonds 219609.34
ture of the games was the tug-of- the J. W. Homes over the Matthis and Florida (County Municipal
war between the men of the Highland weekend. i Mrs. Effie Miner was in Jack- '!ters, Mrs. Hattie I Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 449,199.38 2,567,468.42.
I I 'Mrs. Nellie Osteen of Tampa arrived -
I sonville
Monday to visit her ,
son
wand Trail Ridge Plants in Mrs. C. L May is resting at the week I
Tuesday to spend a
I 'I- Howard, who is again confined to,
which the broken 3,212,997.10
was several
rope Mrs.
home of her sister May, the I with them. :
I I hospital.
times. According to all reports Sweeney in Gainesville, after a the weekend. Her father, Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish -
a good time was had by all. I major operation at the Alachua Garrison, returned home with I Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Abbie LIABILITIES .
,I were in Macclenny Sunday attending -
I
Keystone was jammed with Hospital. them for a visit. Harley accompanied by another 'I
'I dinner at the
family
visitors over the holiday weekend.I The J. H. Parker Grocery has Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen sister. Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and: home of a Rowe Barber, an uncle I
members of her of Middle- I 50000.00
family
Parking was at a premium a new meat case. Capital Stock
space I visited her sister, Mrs. J. W. of Mrs. Reddish.
especially at the Beach which Rev. R. C. and family I burg, were in Georgetown Sun- Surplus 200,000.00
I Gray Blount, at a hospital in Tampa on ,, Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr. went to
was crowded with swimmers. Just I moved on Tuesday to Jacksonville Saturday, Mrs. Blount is critically day attending a birthday dinner ':Jacksonville Monday for a few I Undivided Profits 24718.29 274718.29
\honoring their brother, W. S.. I
about in town had 56,260.14
everybody a ill. :days visit with her daughters, i Reserve for Contingencies
house full of company. I Rothello Jones was home from I Tracy Jones is empIo'edith I Biggs. 'Mrs. Horace Cox and Miss Adel i Reserve for Taxes, Interest Etc. 13856.78

The Keystone Heights City HallIs i the Jax Naval Base over the(Avery (Buck) Dennison for the Carl Kirtsinger an employeeof :.Dinkins. Members of the Dinkins Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 21.445.99
the
State Farm visited his
weekend.
without a front porch since I summer. I' family enjoyed a family dinner 2,846,715.90
last Friday evening. A Jackson- Spencer and Billy May of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brannen 'cousin Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mon- :together at the Lake that day. II Deposits

ville resident, in a hurry to get f Gainesville spent last week with I and family of Lakeland spent!day of last week. :1 Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville 3212997.10

home, failed to make the turn at their grandmother, Mrs. Minnie the 4th with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Saundersand and Mrs. Jewell Royal and

the Inn. His car a large station Marcionny.Miss I and Mrs. J. J. Brannen. Mr. and I children of Ft. Myers spent i'children of Tampa were 4th of \ 10th
July
and transfers made in savings accounts on or before Saturday
from Deposits
wagon: shot between a pine tree Earleen Nazworth, of{Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and family Thursday of last week to|July guests of their sister, Mrs.
and the town flag pole so close Starke recently sptft the day were dinner guests and all en- Wednesday of this with their I Fred Moore and family. Miss will draw interest from July 1st.

that it took the paint off on both I with Willow Ruth Hammond. joyed a trip to Gold Head Branch sister-in-law, Mrs. C. A. McSwain. I Gayle Moore accompanied her,
sides. Then it sheared and Alder- Mr. Mrs. Graham and The James Waters family at- """' '''''''' : ''' 7//
off three I The George Elijah and Ray aunt, Mrs. Royal, back to Tampafor "vtJqofE .
palms and crashed into the porch man families will hold their an- son Corky. grandson, Wayne tended a 4th of July family picnicat a visit. : IST : \\ */ .*

of the town hall knocking it into I nual reunion at the home of T. i i Gill of Corning, N. Y., and mother, Doctors Lake on Monday.Mr. j Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mostey Sr. % .f
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kindling wood. It broke a screen.. J. Alderman in Hampton all rela-(I Mrs. Ada Carr of Elkland, Pa., \ and Mrs. R. A. Whitehead spent the weekend in Jacksonville \ /

but not the glass of a front win- tives of the families are invitedsix -I spent Monday night with the W. .and family, who have been spend- with their daughter, Mrs. // 1( ;

dow, carried the porch pillars miles south of Starke. W. Hammonds.Mr. ing some time here with Mr. and;!JaCk Reynolds and family. Mrs. ; t N"'l"l/ :
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twenty feet and wound up againsta The Hampton Home Demonstration -I and Mrs. W. W. Hammondand Mrs. H. B. Arwood, have recently '''Reynolds brought them home on', *0-- ffDERALBA -

stump. A wrecker from Hills Club has lovely Garden Booksto daughter, Willow Ruth spent moved to Starke. Monday. :::--. : : -

Garage hauled the car awav; the sell at $1 each. These books Sunday at the home of the Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Leland Williamsof Mrs. Jack Bales and children :t- NATIONAL

driver was arrested but releasedon give instructions on caring for. Sampson on Lake Geneva, Jacksonville and Mrs. Wyllis. ,of Altoona arrived Tuesday for : ;; := AT STARK:: :: :-1;;
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bail. 'I house plants out door plants and i other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Starling and children of White- a summer vacation with her ,. '.-.. -
While on the subject of the !.vegetable gardens. The proceeds: John Hammond, and Mr. and house were guests of the H. C. j'I''mother, Mrs. :Mae Wells. i :!)OIII ;:- :

town hall this correspondent will go toward further furnishing'and: Mrs. J. H. Tullis of Keystone I Harley family Friday afternoon,I :Mr. and :Mrs. George Roberts I i ,

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FRIDAY JULY 9, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAE!
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Five Inductees Face perhaps many tourists would fall good in helping other people to I :NOTICE OF SI IT NOTICE TO APPEAR I above named Court and cause and I(
The State Of Florida To: I !. Circuit C..rt. Bradford Ceaaty.Florida ., you are required to serve a copy of i
SOIL CONSERVATION Draft Call 14 in love with us. help themselves. As I did last I Louanna Hose Ve'beck. 3217 !. C'..< I July Someone might ask why I write year. I am going to look very UrookMde, Parkway, South Walter F. Lindsay Plaintiff, vs. complaint on the Plaintiff I
Drive. Indianapolis Indiana. Letitia L. Lindsay Defendant. Attorney T. Frank I
N-E-W-S I Five men will be called for induction I: thus when I don't even live in critically at all proposals for I You Are Hereby Notified that a I Case No. 10-550; Starke, Florida, Landrum. sand :
town. Well. I feel close kin to Foreign Aid but I am always going :'suit has been filed against you in Satire T. ...pp .r. file the original In the office of !
by Local Board 18 on the above entitled cause and you To: Let ma L. Lintisay, whose the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB
Bill Haas July 14. The four white men to be Starke, and kinfolks will talk you to keep in mind that if we are hereby required to serve upon residence and address is: 515; Ash- or before the !I
By : know. I read the Starke Tele- should be involved in another the solicitor for plaintiff, whose lawn Drive, Norfolk Virginia 2 day of August ,1951; I
inducted are volunteers. They are: name and address appears hereon, You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of said I t
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Leroy Crawford, Lake Butler; graph. I get my mail from world war it will cost us a tril- your written defenses if any, to the suit for divorce Complaint will be taken as confessed i
Starke, and do my shopping there. lion dollars and might be the end complaint in said cause, copy of has been filed against you in the by you. f
Maxie Donald Reddish, Lawtey; which is delivered to you herewithon above named Court and cause and This notice shall be published !
SERVICEThe Dewey Thomas Jr., Starke; and I'd like to see more things go- of our civilization. I am hopeful or before the 26 day of July, you are required to serve a copy of once eacn week for four consecutive I
Blair Starke. ing on in our town some good I that current talks here in Washington A. D.. 1954.Herein your answer or pleading to the com- weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
fwa.. r Y Dowling Eldredge Fail Not or decree pro plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney graph.
The non-volunteer is Eddie Lee ball games or a horse race or two. I! with the leaders of Great confesso will be entered against you Joseph K. Skipper !21 Florida Dated this 30 day of June, 1954.

Board of Supervisors for pastures. Thomas Starke, colored. Even the Garden of Eden had I Britain can improve our under- for plaint.the relief prayed in the com Title Florida Building Jacksonville 2, (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A.. Darby Court

the Bradford Soil Conservation to have care and attention, for the standing and cement alliance. The Dy Marian L. Clerk.
I soil and water con- Three more men have been call- our nature of said suit being for and file the original In the officeof Crosby Deputy
District held Complete Bible There is need divorce. the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'i/% 4t 7/21
their regular monthly ed for examination says: "And the Lord put no denying the fact on i
servation plans were delivered to physical on I Witness, my hand and the seal of or before the 19 day of July. -
meeting at Lloyd Green's house. them in the garden to dress it and that there is a certain coolnessat said (Court :
E. C. Garner, whose farm is located July 6, and three registrants all at :Starke: Bradford 1954; otherwise the allegations; of I. t1rc.U Court. Bradr.rd C..aty i
The annual Con : it." the County Florida, this 23 day of said Complaint will be taken ,
Southeastern under 18 1-2 of have I keep There is no allowance present time between as confessed Florid; I. CkaBeery.
years age, June. A. D.,
in the Graham community. 1954. by yo.. Hilda W
Abinet. Plaintiff, Herman
vention of the National Associa- there for haphazard, don't America and our allies in the (OFFICIAL SEAL vs. -
and to P. D. Reddish for his place volunteered for examination.The any ) Charles A. Darby This notice s'k'n be published Abinet. Defendant.Case.
tion of Soil Conservation Dis- board also served noticeof care sort of existence, and we can western world, and this is just Celrk of the Circuit Court once each week for four consecutive: Xo 10- 1I
'out on Highway 301. E. C. plansto what Russia Fradford County. Florida weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Order of PabllratloB Bad >ttce T.
tricts which will held in Pana-
be
reasonably believe that the same wants. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and Pensacola two delinquents who are sub- trapo. Appears State of Florida T sHerman
ma City July 12-13 was discussed. use pangola ject to immediate induction. Theyare applies to each and all of us to The Senate has extended the John S. ('01. Solicitor for Plain- Dated this 15 day of June, 1954. Abinet, whose residenceand
bahia for his permanent pasturesand tiff 1712 Barnett Bank Building (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby addre is: UNKNOWN.You .
Waters J. Davis Jr. President of this trade
day. As we travel about. Agreements Act for one Jacksonville
we :, Florida.
sweet and oats : James Calvin Cloer, RFD, Clerk of the Circuit Court are requIred to appear on
the National Association will be yellow lupine Starke and George Isaac Johnson see so many cities and towns and year so this measure now goes to 6/! -H7UOT'CF. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. August :2. 1954, in the above named
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for winter grazing. He will use Court and wherein plaintiff
there to discuss the plans and Lake Butler. single habitations which with the President. A group of Demo- 6i18H79'OTrCE seeks divorce cause, custody and controlof
work being done in the many blue lupine for a land builder in information their weed infested and uncaredfor cratic Senators led by Senator Circuit Conrt.10 ArFF.ARIn .. :\ TO APPEAR minor children
Anyone having as Bradford C* t
phases of soil and water conser- his crop rotation system. P. D. surroundings plainly show Core of Tennessee tried to extend Florida IB rkinrrry.P. !. Circuit ('curt Bradford Conmty, Bradford County Telegraph shall
is using Pensacola bahia and white to the whereabouts of these de- Frank McNally Plaintiff, Florida la ChiBrrrr. publish this Order in next four
vation throughout the U. S. linquents should notify the local that don't care folks hold swav.Let's the Trade Agreements for three Elizabeth McNally Defendant. vs. Robert F. Morgan Plaintiff. TS. weekly issues.
clover for his permanent pasture but Goldya T. Morgan. Defendant.Case Witness my hand and official
I years were defeated. Case No. 105'otl..e
keep our little town out
board. No. 10SoH..e g seal at Starke. Florida this June
whose farm is suchas \: To
P. Apprari
F. Goolsby, By using a legume
grasses. of this class. We already have a The Federal Housing Act is To: Elizabeth To Appeurt :!9. 1954.
McNally,
located out on the Keystone Road, white clover in his pastures. whose whose SEAL Charles DarbyAs
now in residence and To: Ooldya T. Morgan residence (OFFICIAL ) A.
conference. address
One sectionof i is 230
good start, and with a little moreConcerted : St.
made a request for a conservationfarm f. D. will not only get some good Recent Births the Johns Place Brooklyn New York and address is: T'nknown. Clerk of said Court.
effort and planning we Federal Housing Act which You You are hereby notified that a By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
plan. His land lines have winter grazing but he will also !will null for are hereby notified that a suit for Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building -
could have town that would cause a lot of trouble is the
I
been located on aerial photographsand add nitrogen to the soil. He stated I The following births have been a Divorcenas Divorce I Jacksonville, Florida.
really stand head and shoulders fact that the House did away has been filed against you In the Attys. for PIt. 7U: '/!S
a request for a soil survey you can notice the difference in announced by the Starke Maternity -, been filed against you in the ,
above others in its class. Here's with public housing, but the Sen- above named Court and cause and I
He is using the clover is Hospital: I
has been made. the grass where planted.The
I wishing success to The Telegraphin ate in their version of the bill you are required to serve a copy of I
District's wood chopper to cut clover grass will be dark Mr. and Mrs. Larry LaMar I t I your answer or pleading to the II
its efforts to bring these mat- recommended 35,000 units for complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I
down the rough woods growthin green while others is a pale green. Miller of Starke, a son, Stanley .
next William I) ,
I ters to tne attention of read- year. Since I have been inCongrl'ss. Morgan NOW. )
his native pasture. By doing Pete went on to say, "the cows Ray, born June 18. your I have voted 507 Clark Building. Jat-kM.nwlle that's
ers. against Florida a permanent
this chopping now when it is dry sure like the grass better with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson .
-Cyrus E. Beam. public housing because I think it and file the original in the offh-e of I
he will be able to get into wet clover in it." Bennett of Starke. a son, Richard! is unwise, costly that the Clerk of the: Circuit Court on
spots with his tractor. The chop- Allen, born June 24. I j program or before the (:' "' 1
J. R. Wainwright is adjustingthe :' Dear Mr. Matthews: does not do the job is is supposedto 19 day of July, 1954; ; TROUBLE-FREE
native I .
ping will give the grasses Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S Crosby do and is unfair. It is es- otherwise the allegations of eat(
to and will help District's grain drill to plant ; We have noted with interest the very Comnlaint will >'e taken as confess-
more room grow .
of Stark- A son Stephen Oregonbora timated
that a total of $22 bil- >d
i by you
inch this announcement of The
21
of get- soybeans in rows. By Telegraph's75th .
improve the posssibilities I Junt 27 lion would be needed if This notice shall bl publishedonce
Nookie will be able to < anniversary. We want to extend we gave
ting a good clover stand next winter adjustment I each week for four consecutive
I plant three rows: of seed at a time. t to vpu: our very sincere congratulations all families in low income brackets weeks In the Bradford County Tele
Mr. Goolsby is also using the I I the opportunity of public housing graph.
I, ] on attaining this age Dated this 17 day of June 1 1"-4
District's rotocycle mower on his I \ -nd to compliment you on the units. Public housing cost the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles uaroy
Newcomers
(County Clerk of the Circuit Court
much thatit
fmp service that you have rendered government so money By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Mk
Urged To RegisterThere I leIIILll4 your community in particular would almost be as economical 6 O-4' i
to give the units to the occupants.For .
find the State of Florida, general- .
Wash Your Clothes are still a number of Iy. example, a unit which cost

persons making their home i in I' $11,000 in 40 years time would 1l
; -Stuart H. Richeson, V.P.
9 Founds Editor Telegraph. I cost the total of i
government a
Bradford County who have not i i Virginia Paper Co.
I I have noted with interest YOU nearly $20,000 in administrative minutelotions
For 40c! I registered to vote here. Th' I Jacksonville, Fla.
;I tecent articles pinpointing some and maintenance costs. Representative -

registration books are now open,..Iof the good and bad features of Albert Thomas of Texas i .
Enclosed is check
three
FREE Bleach If Desired! every day from 8:30: a.m. until.1 Starke-especially the one about j I months subscription.my By that for time I has suggested that instead of pub- I \ 1 lvaVIllg-

12. and from 1 until 5, Monday/the appearance of our highway ap-I[I will be living near Starke as I lic housing as now proposed. it I' : ; \ .
roaches and how they might be would be better to
through Friday, and on Saturday have purchased the Taylor property give prospec- ( !
I improved.No tive tenants the of
privilege buying -
We Will and intend making my home i
morning. Those not yet registeredor .
,
doubt many tourists and there. the units; with no down pay- .,, ..'
who have moved into different ; { .J
Your Clothes a I
Dry travellers notice how far aboveI Several years ago while stopping ment and giving them 40. years to I No Guesswork

For 20c precinct are urged to come in and I average our little town of I at Starke on our journey pay. I think this idea has merit.' ,. \. i

take care of this matter so they I Starke is. Of course, the several I from the South, we stopped in There should be enough latitude j I I\ No Test Curls!

la >>w Automatic Driers! will be prepared to vote in the very handsome motels take their I your town. We fell in love with in the proposal to take care of I'I'II In and Out. \
i iI | .
November election. eye. Such'clean and dressed it and from that time on we have destitute cases and even if many ...... J No Clock Watching!

e Mrs. Marian L. Crosby Super- borders -- examples for' the rest I been looking for a piece of property -'II failed to pay the mortages, the I A GREAT manfires cause

of us. But close in, as you pointed there. government would save a tre- I
visor of Registration, advises that out, we see; splotches of weeds I Three weeks ago when we re- mendous amount of money and in 1 more damage to the house- Iii
The Washeteria I hold goods than to the build-
will have to wait like stains beautiful addition the 50
I now no one on garments i i ceived your paper in our home we occupants would have

:but those who put this off until detracting from the beauty of the(I saw an advertisement of A. J the pride of home-ownership. I am I ing. -r

Temple Ave. Starke I, the last day, October 2, may have'I'whole scene. Now and then there s I i Thomas. Realtor. We got in touch in favor of Federal Aid for Slum i iI r rI' $

is a store front or little shop thata I with him and he arranged the sale I Clearance, but I believe the type ] The contents of your home '
to stand in line. PLUS
i I facial would make look more with:, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor-all of public housing that we have I need protection as adequateas ; L' ''

I prosperous, and colored friends i through your paper. had during the past several :years, I that for the dwelling in fAX
could dress their side of town. if it is to be continued should be New SUMt TON for New VERY GENTLE I Ifc New KEGUIAI TOM
!11 1f' i up I am taking this opportunity'of which live. .. ... .. ,
; I you .. rr fYVJ 'V"1Y1"l' Starke could easily be the glam- thanking :you for your prompt done by the cities and states in .v.. ..Itocfcirf 9r I ir

i 01 OilS little sister of the big and I delivery of the paper and through which these slum areas are located e.l l.r-lrtoli
SUMMERS AMCOOllHDWWHfl 4' I fast- rowing metropolis to the its advertisements. Mr. A. J. Before you have a loss ask Choose the SELF-TIMING TONIa [ custom-made for you. There's

'I north ot us Doll up a little and 1 Thomas and the Florida Bank at this agency to insure them. I complete selection of new 15-minute waving lotions for

| Starke. which I would have every type of hair, every style of wave.
.
i I, known nothing about if I had not 'I
THE RIGHT POINT for the I
BEACH FlORIDA. received the paper. I
,\. way you write. Come In and select :

FLORIST Florence Yours,V.truly SkeensRt. Fountain your favorite Pen. Only ESTERBROOK$2.37 at H. C. WALLAGENCY -: :

1, Georgetown, PA. I
BRADFORD COUNTY TELE
AS $5O Dear Gene: GRAPH. I

tow COLONIALFLOWERS I would like to take this oppor- Phone 146

AS per ptno* ,tunity to appreciation to 1 : KOCH'S DRUG STORE
express In 'I be Circuit Court In And For 200 E. Call Street
doubb e you for the fine coverage whichI C'baaeery.Bradford ( .n.,, Florida, I Starke ,

From' July 1 I your paper has given all the school Donald J. \.rl..k. Plaintiff. \.". ;
INCLUDING 2 DELICIOUS MEAtS /' For All Occasions ,activities during the past school Louanna Ruse, "..rbI" '),.. Defendant.No.. 10-369. I : PHONE 53 STARKE, FLA.

fvrepto Won Aw "LI. PHONE 218 I year. We look forward to work- -

Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course ing with you and your:: personnel ,
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2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach i (j) I I during Please the express coming my year.appreciation BUY A NEW CHEVROLET-TODAY'S BEST BUY FOR ECONOMY!-

Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing | to Jack Detweiler for his fine
I work. His understanding ail

Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise.For I DISH GARDENS [courteous attitude makes each person -

RtJtrvotiont I Brochgrt I with whom he comes in contact -

write or wire lush Strayir,C,".Mgr wr+ -r I POTTED PLANTS want to give your paper the

fullest cooperation in every re- .
POTTERY
I
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spect. 1r"

CRAIG HOTEL 4A i Flowers WiredAnywhere Sincerely. 1'

au I Charles S. Partin

i ina Principal BHS

Dimm r ON THI -WOILD'S MOST FAMOUS BIACH" Nona St. Starke !Dear Mr. :Matthews:

DAYTONA BEACH, flORID The Board of Supervisors for
; the Bradford Soil Conservation
I
I District would like to take this j

opportunity to thank you and your |

staff on the fine presentation of''i
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the District's Fourth Anniversary
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITIONTHE Edition of the Bradford County I
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Telegraph. j
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: We feel that you have helped the It i S -

KEYSTONE STATE BANK t District in its never ending work I|: ,WL ALL OTHERLOWPRICED

of impressing on people's mmdpithe _
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA. ; necessity of conserving all our I| _

natural resources. CATS

Verv truly yours.
JUNE 30, 1954 T R Ferguson. Chairman

Bradford SCS District
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RESOURCES LIABILITIESLoans ---

DRive IN BANK I
and Discounts $294,324.78 Capital Stock $50,000.00 r
Report 'a l I In '54, as for years before. .

U. S. Government Obligations 649.206.7S Surplus 30,000.00 1/" -: I MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING

'l'
c -- CHEVROLETS'tHAN ANY
Cash and Due From Banks 157.SS6.06 Undivided Profits 10591.55 from f
OTHER CARl Of: ;dNO < .td.
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Y fcLPoHlCai
Furniture and Fixtures 9.2S1.41 Deposits 1.023.223.35 1.""...., Figures


Other Assets 3.314.72 Other Liabilities 195. 5 Congressby



Total 1,114.012.73 Total 1.114.013.75 BILLY MATTHEWS

I TRY IT AND YOU'LL TELL USTHAT YOU GET THE BEST OFTHE BIG FOUR-PERFORMANCE,APPEARANCE, ECONOMY,PRICE!
i I The problem that we are trying .

; to solve and which still the
: most important problem is facing us Figure first cost. Figure fuel and upkeep costs. Figure trade-Hi Vo Other Low-Priced Can Match All These Other.i

OFFICERS DIRECTORS is how to avoid a third world war. value. Then you'll see that it costs you less to own a Chevrolet. Conveniences ancA /vantages-HIGHEST COMPRESSION! POWER\.

J. EDttl.V LARSQV DR. E. H. CLARK5OV I Last week Sir Winston Church- Compare the features. Compare the performance. Compare ,

Chairman of The Board I hill and his foreign secretary, An- the looks. Then you'll see that Chevrolet gives you the mo*- 8I6CIST BRAKES fUll-LENGTH lOtCIIDH FRAME FISKil
X.V.. UARDEXBERGH, JR. thony Eden in Washington
G. were and the best-for your money! Come prove it for yourself. IODT QUALITY SAFETY PLATE GLASS FAMED (KK( !-ACTOM! HOC
E. WIGGINS to level talks with
AL NELSON: i carry on high -
? I President Eisenhower and Sec-
iJtc&I:. L. WALKER
retary Dulles. Yesterday 29 mem- Combine your sew Ot.",rlet purchase with an ulra IOWKOSI' vacation I

AL NELSON J. EDWIN LARSON bers of Congress were briefed by Order yew Chevrolet through u>, pick it vp at the plant in flint Michigan. C H
E
V R 0 L
\1c.-e President A. J. LOCDONC. ,tary President Dulles Eisenhower on the international and Secre- Ckaoctt arc, you 11 t.ve enough to pay your vocation travel costd E ,

W, HAKDEJSBERGH. JR.
situation. The Affairs
Foreign
C. I. TOLLES

Vice President and Cishtor F. M. WALRATH JR. recommended Committee of the$3.5 House billions has just for flow's the time to buy Get our BIG DEAL! Enjoy a New Chevrolet

JOHN J. CAMP
our Foreign Aid program for this
Assistant Cashier G. E. WIGGINS
year, which represents a reductionof

40 per cent after the past two TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION years. A great emphasis on this .

proposed appropriation is on technical -

assistance and this program 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY STAKXE, FLORIDA

FRIDAY, JULY 9r 195

1 borne invaders wasps that build I throughout the job. I .NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR i FUrU I. Claeft7 i
their nests too close to your home Ii i TAX DEED Lansing J. Booth Plaintiff rs Helen Bradford, : <'Oilaty Florida on Jut June 24. 195*.
24 1954! for ; ,
: Heine Bill \.. Its appr'If am and ( i Ui 'hard Cenneti Jr.Aohmnisuraj .
WATCH YOUR ttooth. Defendant.
CURVESEAT for final discharge: Administrator I ISign..d
for comfort.If as .
barns personal
01 I XutK-e i hereby given that Kenneth Case Xo. 1'--' -StiNotice I ,, r. It t.ie 'state of
you make after-dark applica- MORE BEEF i C. Uridei the holder of the fol'I''I To Appear.To nf Deceased.the < He >f Rhi.rd D Bennf.:, Ru'hard Bc-nne : Oe 'eased.
That is the slogan you'll see lowing cei tifitates has filed : : Helen Booth whose re'-.den. r 7 I 41-' i:>
i
d 1d tions of chlordane or DDT to nests certificates for a tax deed to be and address is: Unknown.You I I
ot these insects, you can control on automobile bumpers and wind- sued thel on. The certificate i"-I are hereby notified that s,
bers and years of issuance, the description suit for
shields
soon. The Cattlemen's As- I i
4 them with a minimum of risk to of the property, and the Divorce
yourself.At sociation are launching a state- names in which it was assessed are has been filed against you In the I i iI I iI

least 2,500 different kindsof wide program to increase con- as follows: I above named Court and cause and!iI
Certificate Xo. 60. Year of Issuance you are'required to serve a copy of I I
wasps live in North America, sumption of beef. Uii!. your answer or pleading to the com-I
E. This program is being plannedto Description of Property: Com. at a plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney I HUNDREDSof
James Brogdon
\ according to point on X side of the ASK & unit I T. Frank Landrum, Starke. .
i entomologist with the Florida Agricultural do this special job of selling where Westmoreland St. crosses Florida, I
But more beef. This will benefit all the H/W of the ASK & URn & on and file the original In the office of
By Geo. T. Huggias j Extension Service. E side of said St. & run N parallel I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I details are managed and economic
S 'only about 50 species annoy man. of you who have beef animals for with Westmoreland St. 280 ft. fora 'or before the i day of August.
I ally attended
that
County Agent of thence continue N s ; only a trained and
Guinea sale. You should become a mem- pt. beg parallel 1193.; otherwise the allegations of
I'Hornets yellow jackets with Westmoreland St 50 ft. said Complaint will be taken at i careful organization can attend when
Agricultural Extension Service wasps. and mud daubers are ber of your local association and thence E at right angles to said St. confessed by you.

that can be share in this program.At 417 ft. thence Southwesterly pt This notice shall be published the urgent need for serving is at
SAFETY IX JULY nections, broken insulators, dust among the wasps I the Cattlemen's last of beg being in the SE'. of SE!. I once each week for four consecutive I hand.
controlled with these insecticides. meeting Sec. 29T63R22E.: weeks in the Bradford County Tele
"We all admit that the H-bomb i around lights, and other such Chlordane or DDT can be applied Friday night, President Morris Name in which assessed: Un graph.
Is a terrifying but if hazards. Be sure there are no Edwards Jr. known. Dated this 29 day of June: 1954.!
weapon you Con-
nests at night because appointed Doyle All of said being in the
to the property (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby DeWITT C. JONESPhone
are killed by an accident on the.1 leaks in the roof over wiring. less active then, and ner, Titus Olson and your County County of Bradford, State of Flor Clerk of the Circuit Court.

farm, you'll be just as dead as if Farm fires are always dangerous. wasps more are are likely to be in the nest. Agent to serve with him in plan- ida.Unless such certificate or certi- Sy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 7/2 4t Clerk 7/23: 7 Starke, Fla.

an H-bomb had fallen right on I! Be sure to remove oily rags I Concentrate sprays or dustson ning and launching the programin ficates shall be redeemed according! --

your home" other combustible materials your Bradford County. I to law the property described in Funeral Director
and
nest such certificate certificates will Ambulance ServiceOur
the openings. or 1'1. The C..rt Of The Co.a.rHratffant Judas,
llayor Wainwright has declared i from your farm shop and other Hornets and yellow jackets and Conner presented a very fine re- I be sold to the highest bidder at the County Florida.
July Safety month for Bradford court house door on the first Monday In Probate- local funeral hOme enables u to offer convenience sal
as I farm buildings. Store inflammable be removed as a port on the plans of the State ,
their nests can i in month of August 1954,
IX KE Estate of Richard D. Bennett
County. Let's have an annual I fuels, paints and other materials unit. Plug the nest opening witha Association in putting this program (I which is the :2 day of August, 1954. I :Deceased. services not otnerwtoe available

tarm clean-up program aroundour I in safe place. Provide a over. A few stickers were Dated this 24 day of June 1954. I Notice Of Fltine Petition For Final
a soaked in carbon I .
cotton \ SEAL Charles A.
wad of I (OFFICIAL ) Darby DiM-harjce Of Administrator.TO "" # ..
place that will help prevent i safer trash burner. A large metal tetrachloride, then quickly dislodgethe handed out at that time. We so-I II Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I WHOM IT MAY COXCERX-:

accidents and fires, and will help container of almost any kind can sack This licit your suggestions and your I County Florida. Notice is hereby given that I havetiled We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and
nest into a or bag. 7 2-41-7'2:;
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protect the health of our family. I be used as a trash burner by fitting can be burned, buried or put into cooperation as you observe it. I my of final the returnas eMai'f lluhaid i AdminiMiator I'fennett. !'t accept ANT life insurance policy In force, lined by ANT

The USDA safety fufncil has I it with a covering of 1-4 inch containing a few NOTICE TO APPEARIn I deceased; that I have filed I company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral
these an air-tight can rirriil ('uurt, Ilradford Co..ty, 'I my petition for final d.-, harge. ami '
suggestions for you in planning mesh. Cover the tops of all chimneys tablespoonsful of carbon tetrachlo- Florida Ill Chanrery. thai I will apply to. the Honorable' Consultation carries no obligation

your farm clean-up program: flues, outside furnaces and l OTU'F Jake B. Padtrett! Plaintiff, vs. Anna iTheron A. Yawn County Judge of ---- .. ## # # # ., ., ..

Collect and haul off tin cans, barbecue pits in the same way. ride.Used the I The registration books of the Cityof M. Padgett, Defendant.Case -
on cotton wadding [ Starke. Florida will be open for No. 10-5M) ;; I Ixnthv I -- -
"broken loose wire and other
glass fire down Registration of Elector, at the City To Appear
See that all farm fighting carbon tetrachloride slows
rubbish lying around the farm I Hall, in the City of Starke Florida, To: Anna M. Padgett, whose residence !, -
which might Don'tleave equipment-such as hand extinguishers the activity of the wasps and lessens from Friday, July 16. A.D., 1954 and address is. l'nknu1II n. I DOES YOUR RANGE HAVE
cause injuries. '
hose shovels, water con- your danger of being stung.In from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. each day except You are hereby notified that a
lumber with nails protruding -I' Saturdays 9 A.M. to 12: suit for
'" tainers and ladders-are in tip- an air-tight can the insecti- o'clock. noon through Saturday, Divorce
lying around the farm. Store
I top shape, conveniently' located cidal fumigant will kill the waspsin August Hth, A.D.. 1954 12: o'clock has been filed against you in the
machinery away from areas where noon. above named Court and cause and
and ready for use at all times. less. Use carbon This
24 hours
livestock are kept, and where I or CITY OF STATiKE FLORIDA you are required to serve a copy of
Keep shrubbery or bushes on I tetrachloride out-of-doors and By Carl Johns.Krgi.Uation. your answer or pleading to the com-
weeds and grass won't grow up Officers. plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
and hide the equipment. Keep your driveway or farm road en- avoid inhaling the fumes.IT I 7/2 :2t 73i Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
and file the original In the office of
that driverscan
hand tools-such as hoes, rakes, trances cut low so IS; TIME TO PAINT i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or VonderfulMAGIC
and forks-stored where see over it and have a clear II. I'lrruit Court, Bradford County before the :2 day of August. l''">4
they will of .
You If your roofing and siding Florida In Chancery.Kivett otherwise the allegations of said
not be walked view of approaching cars. *> Eugene Little. Plaintiff vs.
over. galvanized iron sheets"are rust- I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Viola Little, Defendant.Case.
will enjoy practicing safety. by
you
Around the farm, eliminate
it is warning that Xo. 10-5S4
speckled a
has This notice shall be publishedonce
sagging clothes lines. Clotheslines President Eisenhower proclaimed Order Of .'ubliratiuanll Notice each week for four consecutive
the time has come for a paint
should always be raised the week beginning July T., Appear; Male Of Florida TViola < weeks in the Bradford County Tele CHEFFEATURE
[ protection job. Little, whose residence and graph.
25th National Farm Safety
above head level. Cover all holesin as address is: Alapaha (Ceorgia.; Dated this :30 day <>( June 1 I1*-.L!
the lawn. Grass growing over Week. He urges you to "Farm to I Just as zinc in the torm of gal- You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Live and Live to Farm". vanizing is by far the best protective August 2: 1954, in the above named Clerk of the Circuit Court.
such holes will cover them, and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk cflhi ?
metallic for the .
coating
ym or some of your family might | DON'T GET STUXG I seeks divorce. I T 2-4t-7 :
rust proofing of iron and steel, Bradford County Telegraph shall I _
get a nasty fall. j You may be under air attack publish this Order in next four i
zinc dust is the best Nt'fICF: TO APPRAH '
so paint \
weekly Issues.
Check your electric system for right in your own back yard this ,
\ In Circuit Court Kradford County :,
Witness hand and official
my .
material for
resurfacing galva-
/erfusing, defective ground con- 1 summer. But you can lick the airALVAREZ' a seal at Starke" Florida. Ibis July 1. Florida: In Chancery.Alice ,
nized sheet, says Tom Skinner, 1354 W. Taylor Plaintiff. vs. \\ il-

agricultural engineer with the Ag- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs liam A. Taylor Defendant. .
Clerk of said Court I Case Xo. 11I.7tSullt'e ;; i
1'' ricultural Extension Service. Iy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Toppt'ar.. TOTAL
Ien's.Clothing ,,I To: William ,'". Taylor\ who. e i iresidence
Zach II. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building -
I I STORE Established 1394MOVING II Such paint is manufactured by 'I Jacksonville! Florida. and address I is: 1H12 KaM j. Cash PriceLESS 348.95
Fifth Street, Lumberum, Xoiili.
paint makers. It is often
I I many I Attys. for I'lf. 72 4t 7/23:! Carolina. I i

packaged in a twocompartmentcontainer i Your are hereby notified that a !; TRADE-IN
I for on-the-job mixing, In The Circuit Court Ot UradfordCouiitr. suit for setting aside deiiet. ofdivorce '! Old Range 33.95
I : Florida In Chaocrrj-. entered I
i The parts of the zinc dust and the Tony Ciordano; Plaintiff, vs. An- has been filed against you in the''I "MAGIC OVEN-EYE" __
> j binder you don't use stay in good I I, toilette Ciordano.;. Defendant.Cafe above named Court and cause and
Xo. 10-535 you are required to serve a copy of
i condition in storage, indefinitely. i{ Order Of Publication And .Notice your answer or pleading to the No need to watch the clock in oven preheating -
To Apprar: !Mate Of Florida Too plaint on the Plaintiff'. "tlo com-I just watch the "magic 315 00
j Thouroughry clean rustspeckled Antonette Giordano, whose residence Geo. E. Turner, 102: Florida i oven-eye." This little jewel glows red OpO 0
surfaces which are to be I and address i is: 4n2 Vernon Title founding Jacksonville, I when the oven is up to temperature -' D

LOCAL Safe PHONE I painted of all rust scale with a Boulevard. Lung Island City. New Florida your dependable baiting signal Grand-] f
York. and file the original In the office or I
OR Dependable i stiff wire brush. This is so that I You are required to appear on the Clerk of the Circuit Court on prize result every time. .

LONGDISTANCE 311 the paint can firm or before the 2 day of August. 1954! : Yours exclusively with the 1953 Magic a I /
EconomicalR. I get a grip on August 2, 1954, in the above named otherwise the allegations of said
the base metal. I court and cause, wherein plaintiff Complaint will be taken as confessed -I Chef gas range. COMPLETELY INSTALLED

B. Alvarez OR I To be sure that the metallic seeks Bradford divorce.County Teiegrap-n shall This by you.notice shall be published f WITH ONE CYLINDER

Agents For TRANSFER AND I zinc particles and the binder stayhoroughly I publish this Order in next four once each week for foul consecutive I GAS
FREE
2SO-J : weekly Issues.Witness weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ,
Delcher Bros. STORAGE; CO. mixed experienced I my hand and official graph.
I painters apply the paint from a Dated this 25 day of June. 1954.1! |
seal at Starke, Florida this July 1,
mall (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby j
can only one-fourth filled. .
I 1954.OFFICIAL;; Clerk of the Circuit Court
STORAGEPerryman I By dipping the brush to the bot- ( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk724t723 ,: CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & APPLIANCE CO.

tom of the can, they keep the Clerk of said Court : :: i
Bv Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk
i paint well-stirred, and the result Alan C. Winter. Jr., 508 Florida I
149 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida | is a uniform, easily-applied mixture -.Title{ 1 Ui: i hi i up. Jurksoimlle. Flori NOTICE TO APPRAR -
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST.\It6E. FLORIDA PACK N1NB
FRID. Y. JULY 9. 1954

rather unusual or before the fire weeks in the Bradford Count; I I
i I Methodist Church jeneration. This is Think 26 day of July, 1J54; Telegraph. 'r - - ..
Thought for the week: otherwise tne auegai.tsuS fp said Dated this %1 day of June. 1934.!
I Church twice before you speak. Speak no -omplaini will be taken as con (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : PINKY LEE,1foWSfarsay s
July 11 .
Sunday fessed
by yon. Clerk of the Circuit o urt I I
School 9:15: a. m. Morning Worship evil. An evil.ord spoken may This notice shall be publishedonce By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy r1Prk ,
cause to lose a friend. each week for lour cousecu- 6 'S1tlti
of new you I
11 a. m. Reception KiDSl&hdfbrrmf I
members at this service. Recreation ,.

I Seniors time in for the Intermediates recreation hall and at I fYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYffSTATE """ / : I.m, DINKV HAT I

m. Fellowship Supper 6:45 FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
,,5 p I
At The TabernacleGuest Presbyterian Church |p. m. Worship service for Intermediates puf J.
four
and Seniors 7:15 p. m. \ and rnagic} difgQbJ I
speakers at the Gospel Sunday July 11 Sunday Film: "The Man Who ForgotGotl" theJ.
dinner of
Tabernacle week School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship It Saturday guests I/ufomtlflc ssi01fin .
during the past G. Caldwells were Mr. and Mrs. TrJIIsm I
"God and Caesar", 11 a. m.' "
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hurse, "The Worth ofa Tuesday, 9:30: a. m., WSCS T. A. Yawn, Sr. and daughter Pat 'f 'I 'f 'i
Worship
of Bob Jones University Green Evening Prayer Group.Wednesday of Staatsburg.. Y., and Judge I U'/p.' I
Man", 8 p. nr. 8 m., The Hour, I
p. '
and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and sons of A'
ville. S. C., who had Tuesday of
charge
Tues., July 13 Meeting lJonf/rU

night. Mr. Hurse is a recent'Suwannee Presbytery a't River- of Tuesday Power., 6:30: m., Youth Choir Starke. I Jill' B: :
p. c.1 !
graduate of B. J. U. and Mrs.:'side m. Circles Presbyterian of The Church Women, of 10 the a. Rehearsal. 7:30 p. m., Chancel Wallaces Weekend were guests:Mrs.of the Wallace's J. } W JYHIS-

Nurse who is a chalk artist, drew I Choir Rehearsal. sister, Mrs. Isabelle Edwards and I Your Automatic
[church meet 8 p. m. as follows:
with colored erayon "The Stoningof No.| 1 with Mrs. Herbert Green; fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYIBAYLESS ( three nieces, Joan and :'ancyl I Transmission deserves I Just end SOt in coin and TOOTHPASU/fate/

Stephen" as told in Acts. I No. 2 with Mrs. Claude Crowson. I Mynihan and Mary Wells, all of I II the best in service to I the end flaps from doubt!
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Rev. D. B. Anen of Gainesville' Wed., July 14 Prayer Meeting Jacksonville. Miss Helen Simmons, keep it working ie *
properly.lVe
I and Bible Study 7:30 p. m. H1WAY$ \ I a college friend 6f Mary's from I carton of Kolynos to: e* \
spoke at both services Sunday specially trained and to I
Adult Choir Practice 8 p. m. Duke University, also accompanied equipped RDtDuSF..lu5251KJtT8t(5ltT.( >( A
with messages appropriate for Independence Thurs., July 15 Junior Choir by Mrs. O. E. CrosbytAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAi.AAA.AA. I them. service automatic transmissions and 69

Day. He was accompa-.Practice, 3:30: p. m. I Dr. and Mrs H. J. Kucera re- our Sinclair Automatic Transmission 1 HURRY! SUPPLY LIMITED! r\
A. OH*tyro**f a 31. I9J4
nied to Starke by Mrs. Allen. 'i lUI ned home last week after a: 'Fluid more than meets all the exacting requirements of car.
Patriotism was the theme of FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Brotherhood MeetingThe 'I nice vacation in the Smokey Moun-, your _ _ _ ..

the Saturday night meeting conducted Rev. J. E. Sherwood left Sunday Associational Brotherhoodmet .ains. Enioute they left their

by Messrs. Berry and Mc- afternoon for his vacation. In his with Bayless Highway Church daughter Patsy in Burngville, N. GOODMAN'SService

Kinney. absence, Rev. John G. Childress, last Friday. At the close of the C. at the Mount Mitchell (sid:. KOCH'S DRUG
The next special treat will be Orlando will be the speaker for meeting, ice cold watermelon was Camp where she will be a tennis:: Station STORE

heard Friday, July 23, at 8 p. m. the regular Sunday morning serv- served as refreshments.The instructor for eight weeks.
when members of the Southeastern Brotherhood of the church \V' ekend guests of the H. RLinzys I' S. SOI at South City Limits
Bible College, Birmingham, :ice.The Sunday night service will, met Thursday night and the 'SfUmet were Mr. and Mrs. C. Fsiapp sOL1 r Starke Florida PHONE 53 STARKE FLA

Ala. will present the Gospel in be conducted by the Kum-Duble I with Mrs. J. R. Kelly: and : and baby of Jacksonvilleand

sermon and song. I Club. (Mis Floyd Crosby. Cpl. Ernest Carlton of Lake __ __ .
i Rev. Martin filled the pulpit I Butler, a recent dischargee from ;:-' ::__ .' '_' :...' J= : _<- : '':.' ._- '_ -_: __" :-', ;.'_,!: __:=---.=_: -= : = _-. ___' =-.-:. .

.-_' ___ ..- .. _'_: _. '1k- :'_':.. 1 Sunday morning and evening witha I Korea. -
good crowd at both services. lt'ewere
I July 4th guests of the L. L.
Sermon Sunday Night !' glad to have Mr. and Mrs. I Wainwrights, were Mr. and Mrs.
I. Panish of Columbus, Ga. with us.
i!George M. Pankhursts and children -
OR
'''They fire visiting their son-in-law 00
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!and P,ughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. A: and three guests of Jacksonville -

First Baptist Church, Hampton I I Holly. I James, Mr.and and children Mrs.of Gainesville Woodrow I

1 Mrs. Vera Alston of Lake Butlerspent
.i and the B. W. Tuckers of Fernan-
{ the Fourth with her son-in-
"A Man Who Was Cleansed 'law and Slaughter, Mr. and Mrs.I dina Beach. CORNER CALL ABU CHERRY STS JAX HIGHWAY
.! Guy Saunders and daughter.
William Crosby. Liltle Jerry Als AT COOK'S STORE

!Muddy Water" ton of Zephyrhills: is also visiting Gloria end with of Lantana Dr. and spent Mrs. H.the J.week-Ku-1 PHONE 70 E STORES S E Open Thur. Afternoons

the Crosbys. I We Deliver Orders
and
I cera son. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkes and children
By Pastor :Merle Packham PHONE 405
Mrs. Kucera's sister, Mr. and
I of Miami were guests of the. men..m.nnrn.n..n..mnmr..m..mmm.nnmmnn..n..nmmtrnLb
Mrs. Edwin Ress of San Antonio,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 7:00: I, H. B. Kellys during the Fourth
p.m.R'ed Miss Sharon Woods of Jackson Texas arrived Monday for an extended : 4 ACGROCERY GRITS I 5 Ib 39'
visit with them.. 0 LEO
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night 'Hour of Power" 8 p.m. ville spent two weeks with Mis s i
Janice Conner. I Mrs. Frank Rathburn and children

"A Church Where Visitors Are Always Welcome" Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly anc i I 'of Ft. Benning, Ga. spent a SEAL I alb 9c


ti '. ,--- - ---- - .-_. ::-._;.;.. Mr.ompanied and Mrs Robert Floyd and Crosby Marshall ac.,week family,here Mr.with and her Mrs.sister Medford and TOILET TISSUE Northern TAC JELLO sf 23

children r
Two
on their Scout party at Haw- Shealy. of the Shealy -
-: :'-- "': .. ___ n _.: .-_:. ..:.. :-": .;; '(thoine Monday. Sandra and Medford Jr.

A. E. is his returned home with them for a
Crosby enjoying va- ONIONS I 2'b
i"a lion from his duties at the(lengthy visit. Other recent guests Lux or Camay 3 for lSc
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke
State Prison. He is cleaning yards,of the Shealys included Mr. and SOAP 23C
GREEN Ib
and doing some mowing while he Mrs. Raymond Kennedy of Richmond PEANUTS 19
Va.. Mrs. Cleo Trice and
is off. ,. .. ,. ,.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Taylor and 1
|j I j attended the sing at Erooker Conner Sun- children of Gainesville. o :. ':'::::_ =. : : :' : .. '_-: :-..---_ : :_,

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor I[day. I Sunday supper guests of the
:jllfth Generation L. W. Paces were Mr. and :\Irs.J. .
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town j .lr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby H. Hagood and daughter Mrs TIDE

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 13Q | are the proud parents of a son, Patsy Hobbs of Jacksonville. PEpEp'ER
: Stephen Gregory born at the Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had

| Starke Maternity Hospital onjjune I as holiday guests their son and
I 27. He is the fifth family of Auburndale, Mr. and
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. tion living on Sherman's side ot. Mrs. Spencer Crews, accompanied -I

Sunday School 9:43; A.. 1. Training Union 6:45 P.M. the family. Mrs. V. E. Sapp is: by Mrs. Billy Springer and 1
the great great grandmother; son Robert Carl of Haines City. :

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. lit s. J. L. Johns great grandmother -The grandson Billy remained;: 7lhc 7 c

! ...,. : Sherman Crosby, father;: (with his grandparents. :
-"H. Y. ..-.--' ,-'r.\..- '.' .-.- -- s.- A -' -",::- -- --J' tend Stephen, the son and fifth I,. 'I,

I CARD OF THANKS '';' :I II I I'O. l I\--A .. 1

.....,,.....w.---.., ,"' I We wish to thank our many .. _. ._ .
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A'.r-"o'," {' : ',0 n.', ...... I I friends and relatives who were so I __...... __ .. -_. .- __,...0,} ,, '_'. '_ _' -'--.-_' _-- -___ .....: <_ .. _. _;;;-"-"'...-(!;.,..- --_-_--_ -----4<- ." '__ >_ _'
....:' :i kind and thoughtful! during the
| lengthy illness and death of oui
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.\ j loved one. May God bless each of Fresh & Good Ibs WATER M SCORNED

1 -_ -- !1 I I you B. S. Edwards and family PEACHES;s 3 2SC large 29C


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Cirii.-x.i; Smith. Plaintiff \ -
Y iiniialcl F. Smith DefendantCa.e .
Xu. H1Not .' carton 25C
&cartful-drive -ferya Ire To Appear.
T": Donald F. Smith. n''I". Brand 3 Tall
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tei<1 |ii" and address. i!h < 38C

make ather trucks .Heithlir-i'lau.4tr..t"t.o'rt"nwnt.T ShfRi. Ohm t'u.. 1"1"] IVI Lit .7 OKRA Ib 15c

soft nu for are hereby notified that a ,

Divorce _.
has been filed against you In the d ;: _: r' '-_ : :: =-'{ r.i. : .. .;f :: :.q .:.=: :=: 5:; '.:..-=- ..PIIOOP -. :... : __- "
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy "f FRESH & I.EACHEESE :\
your answer or pleading lo the

aul af date complaint.-\riieTherein on the Plaintiff's-.\. Yawn. -II.!: '
St.uk.Kl'imla; : HAMBURGER
and tile the original In the office ] [
of the C'lo'rk: of the Circuit Court onI

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more ui9ment, saVes uty truckauSe' C
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assts enBtpel ,
u class. ends S Truck .
j2S h0 its "
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wed'd 6 'pa'rs -.1fa t t .. .
ti ostP es; ns-_eadsa a') 6ysha :icDrivee! .( "(: "::. .. ___'. _- ._- : _:. : --t: ",__ :::. .: : : :.- -:-_ ': .: .::.:: :_: _= "_.. _->
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F sPar e3 the ul<:h costs_oacl'lJg 'tw '.. ( / I
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tires (
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light-duty truck \'t, McCuilodi's Model 33

All Meat Lean Lb !'
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performs better ra-Ma\ STEW 44C
The tly truck ', 1 0 = C
because it always U in the correct C\ight-d 1.1. \; ,ed Doz :
gear for the need-regardless. art eaS1er tlear ,....ry i '
I nape S 1. The greatest chain saw news Lb
h a 'ove'
have to a' of the tear' BOLOGNA 23C
neCe 'i j The amazing 20-pound Mc-
yoL1t gear.
beCAuse or a h' ':. Culloch Model '*3 has been .
} a dutch ,a':. reduced to $198.75 delivered.h. i ir
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"' lu \1f1 i ': This fine saw, which b e\ery
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witb\\$ its t\ou ..4i\\o The CMC light duty truck inch a champion is powerful
-' \1,0'" superbly! balanced and rugged:
0t\ nete. costs less to own-less to run i, It
an as they come. easily cuts
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save you money as well as long
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. fU>RID.*

FRIDAY... JITLV 9.-. 1954--


High Springs Makes Lawtey Council Acts 4-H Boys Off To Week's Camp I I dington)". Ruddington his wife and, if Nancy living M., and Bud-if lB> Marian L. Crosby, Deputy;/' 4t Clerk il30OTI"t I II graph.weeks in the Bradford County TeU- .

Bid For County's On City Tax MattersThe dead the unknown heirs at law, I Dated this T day of ,
.. legatee. devisees or grantees )\ : TO APPEIR
< ..,..... each of them; John 1_ Uaskin, if I I. Clr .iI Court. Bradford C....<,. OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles A. Darby
Tobacco Circuit Court .
This SeasonA Lawtey city council Tues- living and if dead his unknown Florida: la (ha Berry.Andrew By Marian L. Crosby, D"ouy u-rt
I at law, legatees devisee orgranters Jay McDaniel, Plaintiff '
Lens \s
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day night took two actions related and 7 4t T :o
; William 1V.Vills !Mabel A. .McDaniel, Defendant. 'I
delegation of High Springs I'I to city tax matters. It instructed ': ,'ai .ihne A. Wills his wife. if living 1' Case No le-Jas: :!

businessmen, led by Chamber ot' city clerk Mrs. Ethel':, and :f dead, the unknown heirs at !' None, To AppearTo ,I HOW TO REUEYE SKIN ITCH.
Commerce J. I law. legatees, devisees or granteesof I : Mabel A. McDaniel wh.."eresidence
Manager B. Mobley, Reddish to send final notices to ..a.'h of them, I. Ira Gore, also : and address is: l'nkn.nii.You IN 15 MINUTES.
visited various points in Bradford ''all ., known as J. Ira Core, and Julia T. are hereby notified that a If Bat pU*.*a. y.ur 40. lick al u,.
owners delinquent
property twf Gore. hi" wife, if living and if dead i, suit for divorce cine (tor.. ITCH-ME-NOT kt. did
County Tuesday wearing straw in their taxes making July 26 the unknown\ heirs at law. legatee I has i I been filed against you in the UM tactic t* **. itch U pUmnt..; BM erwi -- -
hats bearing the sign "Sell Your I: the deadline for before deviser or grantees of each I above named Court and cause and kwitoljtlc. BBtiMpti acti B that
Tobacco in High Springs"Their payment .it them: Thomas J. Hickmanand I I you are required to serve a copy of .leaf B. oil, uUr, kU t. KILL GERMS +
turning collection over to the city Manerva Hickman. his wife If your answer or pleading to the com- AND FUNGUS ON CONTACT. Fla. |.r
visit wag part of a drive I It also authorized Mrs. r living and if dead the unknown i' plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney eca_.. ruf warn, foot itch ....... .ur.
attorney. I fact ru..... T...
by that nearby community to henat law, legatees, devisees or T. Frank J.andrum.tarkt'. Fla I at
Reddish to procure from the Brad giantess of each of them: \\'. F. and file the original In the otficc
boost the new tobacco market at I ford County tax assessor's office eats and E. H. Seal, his wife if of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
High Springs and urge local hus. and if dead the unknown or before the 9 day of August 19 ij4;; '
I I an up-to-date tax roll for the heirs at law, legatees. devisees or I otherwise the allegations of said ,
to sell their leaf at the r } of rash of them S.
growers
city of Lawtey. i grantees Complaint will be taken as confessed r
Farmers Warehouse there. The I :' Gardiner and Mary E. (Gardiner t"1 by you. I g
The council voted to allocate wife. it living and if dead the This notice shall be published once
market there Is now in its second i i, the two new telephones which k..IOn heirs at law, legatees each week for four consecutive I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
\i<-> r- or grantees of each of d"-I;
season and was started through ,f't' weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
I i be the
will soon available to 1Sirung. and his unknownStrong graph. ,
the efforts of civic leaders in railroad office and town marshall 4 H and the un- j I Dated this: 7 day of July, 1954. :
Bradford
.na.
County's bojsxae gotxl-bje as
they departed foi ,
heirs legatees
at law.
known
I i i
OFKiUALhKAL: Charles A.
High Springs. ( : ) Darby
Growers were told that the Dick Thomas. a ueek's campingtrll) at the 4-H Camp on Cherry Lake near :Madison >\\iseeor T \\eeks.grantees John of L. each Hendruks of de-I!! Clerk of the Circuit Court I JUST ONE
Marian L. Clerk
Py Crosby Deputy i
market is open now for receiving Ohio Tourist Dies recently- glary A. Hendrlcks his wife if 7,94t 7 :;0NOT1CK : FRIGIDAIREMade Iror
!i ing and if dead, the unknown Iiv'l: plumbirt there
tobacco and they may carry their at law legatees, devisees or I only by General
I 4-H Boys! TO APPEAR k
leaf there at any time now and Of Heart Attack |Twenty-two ns Carter Wilbur Barry Gary ees .,f each of them; Hellen A. Sanders IB Circa Court Bradford CoaBty.Fioridai Motors All other no rl pUctmtntWlicathtro.
I' and if dead her Corp. .Spring
if living un-
for the |I I Attend Week's Bennett. Randall Bradley Lavern la Cha.errl.James .
time Camp
have it weighed up in devisees I
heirs at law. legatees
known
A sudden heart attack resulted ; Daniels Bayer, Plaintiff v-. Electric Refrigerators are Rood iii the b.i nf!.nt.
opening sales on Thursday, July: | t Dyal, Terry Futch. Ralph Futch.I' or grantees Belle Etta Weaver '- I Dorothy Elizabeth. Ba>er. Defend i:
in the death of a tourist, Fred I Twenty-two Bradford County Lane Gaskins Ten p'l l Green JohnGreen if living, and if dead her unknown !ant made by other companies
15. I Ohio.I I heirs at law legatees de"i-I i Case No 10-J't9;; \ i and Three out of thrtv people who
G. Marsh Chilhcothee cannot the word
left last week for a one- use
4-H
In its first year a total of 1.153- : boys James Hat iI. Hal Mott sees or granters; Cyrus H Sistrunk j I I Notice TuPllt".r: have come to UN Kith their
I Tuesday evening at a local restau- !week camping trip to the 4-H ,Gerald Norman v'- of Marke" Bradford Count. Florida I To: D..lh'Elizab..th Bas"I. I Ii Frigidaire.
000 pounds of tobacco was sold I yne Pamsh Virdie n. Futih also known a,. Verj j plumbing problems have been
njit The victim was a retired) [i whose residence and address i- :\tab'
Lake
at the High Springs market. It campsite on Cherry near Wayne Thomas. P'-'ine Thompson, die B Futchand 1'. A. Futth her 'Second Mleet. Brooklyn, New y..rl. completely satisfied. That's because -
II mail carrier. The body was returned I Madison last week. I| Clvde Wainwright Jimmy Waters I husband both of Marke Bradford 1 You are hereby uuiu'ied iu.: al i {Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE make
serves Union, Bradford, Alachua, to Ohio for burial. County, "Florida and any and all suit for i \\t" one trip count,
Gilchrist, Levy and Marion counties The camp is directed by the Robert Whitehead. A. B. Whiter j other personrclaiming any right Divorce I! and don't ovenharxe
Extension! title or .interest in and to the following has been filed ? ?
Florida Agricultural against you In belabove
South head Jr. Chailes Whitehead, and!
farther .
It is located i described lands in the Cityof
bacco belt.leading I named Court and cause mud'syou ;
;| I Service, and the program will in-I Starke. Pradfi.rd County. .
the Florida to- Florida. are required to serve a of THEN
than ony other in i } the market this year Winton Kellv j I!to.wit: I copy SEE
elude swimming handball softball I I your answer or pleading tc the !,
three of the utstanding to- Beginning at the intersection of I '
complaint the Plal.tiffs'Attorney
are on
I volleyball, horseshoes and the East line of Church Street I I
I bacco men in the nation with skits. I' NOTICE !j i tutu the North line of Call : II. Box. M,Samuel Gainesville'Yo ,Getzen Florida P. E. K. SMITHTenth .
W. C. T. U. Street thence run South 72 18
than ( of and file the
more Iyears original In the office ot <
receive in- I
I between them. They experi-I The boys will also Election of One Suporxlsor For I,1 East 213.04 feet thence run North the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i I I,
ence 17 ;5b'; East 10500 feet, themelun l
AXD SELF CONTROL water safety highway' or before the I II
SOBRIETY struction in
\ Term of One" Year FOr Bradford -I North 72 IS'"t 21513 I! and Temple Ave.
:T. Watson. 41 years in the business 1 9 day of August, 194; : .
ARE THE FOl'MTIOXS and agncultur"Local feet to the East line of Chun a
safety .
35 Soil foriHPrxation District. otherwise the allegations of said'. Starke, Fla.
Dixon Wallace years
; Street thence run South l; 46"W."t '
Mor- Complaint
OF DEMOCKACY. boys attending are will be taken as confess
PKKSS.: and Jimmy Hill, 35 years of tobacco I July" 20, 1954 10500 feet to the point of .d by you. I II
(THE SIGNAL ) I beginning situated in the lily of 'i
Pursuant to the" Soil Conservajtion This notice shall be publishedonce I
experience. i i Starke, Bradford County, Florida
each week for four consecutive
James Groover Is Act Chanter" 582. Florida|I lwhich, is the same property which I
'from time to time has erroneoushbeen I OPEN PIT
flutes:: : of 1949 and Chapter
-I New Plant ManagerFor referred to and described a;'
"8094 of 1953; notice is hereby i i I Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 of Block U ot I
,
Here j 1 the original Town GOT A
YINKLERELECTRIC SERVICE Coca-Cola of Maiki.
given of an election to be held on I I!I Florida j BARBQUEOAKWOOD

Tuly 20. 1954 for the election of You and each of you are hereby -
James Groover formerly a plant notified that there has been filed, SUMMER COLD ,
for Coca-Cola Bottling one supervisor for a term of one in the Circuit Court in and for Bradford ,
i superintendent year I|I Count, Florida, a Bill in Chaucer USED I
i Co. at Live Oak has been 1 } wherein Joseph. Sistrunk i-I /

named plant manager of the I Pollin Place: County1E"nt's" ,:,,Plaintiff and each of you is a !I'- TAKE ...- -", FRIDAY and SUNDAY
I Office "Agricultural Bldg., Starke fendant the style of which uJo I.leph -. .... i \
Starke plant to succeed Gil New- M. Sistrunk. George". i'ulie.t SflFfcrsymptomatic f ,
Vi rF 1r romb who is now managing the Florida. i I|, al, Defendants, the relief theieiu From 2 I'.M. Til! Open Sunday From 2 P M.
RADIOAND Polling Place will be open between praped being a Decree quieting and
Starke Motor Court. confirming Plaintiffs 6 6 6
title to thelands
the hours of 9:00 A.M. and
Groover stained to work in heremabove described and RELIEF
5:00 P.M. other relief and It appearing from PELICAN CLUBHighway
i Staike Tuesday. As soon as he All qualified electors residing said sworn Bill of Complaint that :
; he will be followed the names of the Defendants are
find house
{' -an a '
TELEVISIONSales within the District shall be eligi-unknown except as therein set torth

by his wife June. and his ble to vote in this election.A and I' that the addresses and reM'demes 16 3 Miles East of Starke
<(f said Defendants are IInI -
i
11<11 boy. Drew. qualified elector as definedIn I known and that there is. no personor FOLEY SHARPENED SAWSCut

the Florida Soil Conservation persons within the Mate of Florida i '

New Blanding Bill the service of process: upon Fosfer, CfcoMr, Easier TTTTTTTTTTT
Act includes qualifiedto
any person whom would bindaid absent or unknown ITTTTYTTTYTTTYTTTYTYTYTTYYTYYTT
and Service I vote in general elections under Defendants., and that each
Passed By Congress known and named Defendant is You'll save time and effort DRAPES -
SSSSflSSSSSSSS he Constitution and Statutes of over the age of went-one years t 3
when have been
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida [;In Record Timei this state who is also a land- and that the age of each unknownand your saws I
unnamed Defendant is sharpened on our precision *
I i i the herein named district unknown IE
owner in ;
revised Camp Blanding bill, I This i". therefore to command machine. All teeth are made SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING '

stripped of the clause that was AdministratorState each of you. and you are herein uniform and accurate l
H. G. CLAYTON, +
notified and

Sell It Rent h Trade It : objectionable hower when he to previously President vetoedt Eisen- Soil Conservation 79-2t-7116 Board I I of to the your attorneyilliams Complaint Answer required or herein other to serve: on&pleading a Futch Flam'tiffs copy. i. just You'll like new.be CD 't1t 3


for the I pleased with'our
was passed by Congress I'. O IVx 1XS Starke.: "Florida and 11 C BEAUTIFUL FABRICS

i second time in what must be near ila The I irrnil (onrt of IBeJndlelal Eiskih file the original Answer: or other speedy i .
(Ireull. In .\od For Brad- pleading in the office of the Clerkof ELEGANT STYLING
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED![. record{ time for special legislation. ford
The bill will give the Florida ("...ffr,. ,... 10-5S. Bradford County Florida on 01 before with your easy
Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place I 'tate Armory Board 40,000 acres Joseph M Si-trunk, Plaintiff ,'s. the !9 day of August, A.D., 194;>> cutting saw.ALSO i i and
GeorgeV. Pole Et Al Defendants. if you fail to do so. Decree i'io I Call Peg At 239 For Advice
tO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION _ 50r i of federally-owned land at Camp NOTICE Confesso will be taken against you I I II I
Blanding. When the bill is signedby ,The Slate Of Florida Toj for the relief demanded I b}' the : A Free Estimate
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
'Complaint
GeorgeV. Cole and ----- rCole
the President it will end the dead It !is hereby ordered that this Notice I
I SHARPEN
nIS'OI''T' Or IS PER IK\T O> TWO OR MORE 1'I.nTlo"t' \ his wife, if living and if
fight of the former land owners the unknown heirs at law legatees, I shall be published once each i
de\isees or' grantees of each of week for four consecutive week in ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, H C. SHEPHERDTV
UniriO\LFOK ..LI'UOS OR ADS NOT PIII1 .\ .\UVMKI1EMORIAMS 'n their CHAS.
% struggle to regain the 'them. ,Mary A. Hodges and John the Bradford Count Telegraph .aweekly II Knives, Scissors, Etc.
I (Hodges. her husband. if hvme and I newspaper published inStarke
CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line land.The lit dead the unknown heirs at law. Bradford County. Florida All New
bill will split profits for legate.devisees or grantees of Witness my hand and the seal of Equipment Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) each of them: Mai\ O. Ui-hard and ,our said Circuit Court at StarkeBradford I
timber mineral and grazing rights:John i' Flu.hard. her husband. if Count, Florida. this the CALVIN JOHNS Starke Fla.
E
between the Armory Board and 'living iiid if dead the unknown !,3 day of July A.D.. I I'!*:.4. 465 N. Water St.

OWEPv LAWN MOWER for rent the Army. 'heirs at Uw. It-gdft-, devisees or I' 1FFlCl.tI. SK\I., Charles. l ailn : &.&.&.&..&&.....&..
I II by the hour at Tiny's Service Station !grantees of rash "f thorn Waterman l'I"l'k of said t'II. UI' rout t a....A....uV11AWWA I

I Temple A\e ... - -
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E.ICCIFIUREWOUND& &tf-k I ors 1: i 1 .. -- -- -- -- __ __ ...... -- -- -- -- -- __ -- __ __ V __ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- .. -- -- -- -- -- ..
OLD RAMS WAXTE'D-Best price \!\1
AND paid for good clean cotton rags I i j
Xo khaki or wool\ Telegraph I II'


SERVICEDSmall COl"\intlHKI) EI.t\is |'I|
FOR S \I..: 'I
Appliance Repair T1RKK H'i: ('0. tf Attention Tobacco Growers

,
General :Machine Work RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire I I I"OR

at Bus Station tf


All Work GuaranteedReasonable; LKT J. D. ODOM. JR.
II\:\OLE Tout
Rates CATTLE \M> HOGS

Lite Ok- lUek SALES HedBr_ .dB7l.

RED SEAL FOE UKVT..Ue..-,llle Furnished Kara Friday apartment Of Bradford and Surrounding Counties


one bedroom and gla! t.ed-m sleeping -1
ELECTRIC & MACHINE porch large lit ing room. I
kitchen and dinnette 42k: South .
SHOP St. or appl at Tuck Auto Cafe.


F.V.. 'GIt.I'HOSOnu \BPITS FUR SALE-Nue, Y'lIng.1 Hi;t We have leased the Farmers' Tobacco Warehouses at High Springs and are going to

healthy stock in 'hill..hllla and :,


106 Washington Starke, Manager,St.Fla.-Phone S97 does pine between sell New. .herd ealandhittv bred see Keystone or or them' readlo any on' par Heights.highway!wood hi,at rrd.a meat Will and low 21'''',, give the growers of Bradford and surrounding counties as good a tobacco market as can t




COOK'a'h.RADIOS W WANTED REPAIRED N>-\V King.le If thg phone the. 1..sign Melrose Melrose Groliik.. Cr FH_;j-27T&; Hutson..4ti"i' writeRl ,1 Ib.r! I be found anywhere in the Georgia Florida tobacco belt. I


FOIL RENT '
All H.a.u11 Mudel.Reau..ahle Fl'IIMSHKII 11i1l1: :
charges; &r.ra.teN \KWI.IMFII
t:1I.IIIIIPH.RII l\"" H .\MI OllklDRFHMT j I
TM W. (all il. C .rke Ph. :.n 111ItT1\'i "T'Mt 11

sII.Fh11111'1TEaI! FOU: Ht.XT.rlh.m: : h?. u-'. 1.n. |j Warehouse is Now For Tobacco
OPEMMi NO\\ -in Union Tountyfor fill setting splendid < ..11I1't..n' all'' I Open Receiving
profitable Home SeixmUuMiiess newly ,painted and I d..1.n.I< ,
with well know Haw- knotty. pine interior |p.lI.tly fuin !
leigh VnxliKti See MrLillian I x lied large plot II nil' our oon I
l unu. I I5i>x 25;, Gamest Ille Fla Hiwa\' li'-l I'nusuil ippiitnni; : ,
01 w'I"Itr ILiwIelKh I Pept F\l- offered high rhalar."I ten.n1 j
270-li;;. 3.1..III\>Ils. Tenn 5tp-7 30 State size fimiH I 1'-111.---\ on- I 1
nections. and phone number \\'. tic .
FISH BAIT: :-Australian gray criiLet '- flux !I;%-P. l I', 'u. iFOH
... now' ready fur the fish. al SALES BEGIN THURSDAY JULY 15th

ill Washington St., I'h 54-J.I S.\I.-I'arth\\'I\-, \ "rni \\ ,- I
11 r Douglas tuhg 7; ,tolAVST B'leisHardman, Fish i'.n ". tllamptun t
,
Lake 4n.-' \
_
.
-..one Parakeet Blur with I
gre wings Sally Ann Epperson WANTED--For suninu'i' |u" >ai.iMi' I' I
Phone 141-J. Hl Jigsaw puzzles .,nll c: ildr..n s

FuR 1 KENT:: -3 bedroom house furnished pames Jennings. ,.Please, office cuntai ph me t .q-.I.Flnren I ie-..
Us A Load Your First Tobacco And
On 4 acres. All with m-Hleru large,'i.n>enlem thickentiuDse. :SA 1. U .d'I i iPAIlKEET Bring Of

Kaufmann. PE \\lnle ,.
S ee Ilra. fonl t'ounty Telegraph, auy ent supply' lasts. hal. l'dral.'rt- "
time after 4:50: p.m. Iti'hKKIlN : all colors' $! .a.'h. l'Irase hang
cage 3.1nT.. F Brow n. llewpton. Give Us A Trial We believe satisfy I

M'?.IH(\> ft.. HOME 5-rooms on and plot loath 140 over-ft. x Fit HP 7 : t I we can you.

...king lake with lake privileges."I.utge FOl -\I.-I.arg.l pedestal I "'l: ,n. '
i grapefruit tangerinei fan :i speeds. suitthle fur 0'\1"\ !h
i'-fs Plenty of hade. On paved tore or lodge I' 0. lii: ,\ ;. ',
highwa\ Close to St:irke Fla_I Up
.liu'-iheo and groier "' lI'hoo"l'
furnished ur unfurnished FOR SALE Wine piece solid! 1'.1 k
li>w n- Holllngswnrth Hep. $trout Heal- s. Reddish Ijtwtev FI.11"
1\. Starke. .'13., I'. O Pox: JOT;
Bargain list mil 11..1 free Itihe \V ,\Tt:{) .IOH-As tractor.truer oon
farm John DaMd i.r.ihtm '
}',tH KKXT-Kive mum part I fur- F'It''' i
n:-hed apartment large \ard pri-
\ate entramPhone J 8-J or' l-VV"M'\inERF.n T.t HT depos -"'"
twplr tOl S Water M. Itrlig: 'ion ac hiiusekeenri or' ua'd:
.Anny Ala I (b..rr" St 1 Itn
I\NOS X"OCTLTI'XtD.. regulated Farmers Tobacco Warehouse
and repaned Michael Donovan POP Y1 p.\T-Four room furnished
tiraham KU' Up I ,...1.II.&'f'I'o : room downstairs
rl".t w">h PS Wlulpillrnt.
HANK TO S\rUlKUn large equity >lirvrthd. rear.e
in nioe small home on Ii acres ,
..f Isnd n''*r Starke. fur house Ftu' \..\'J''J'.n '.Ad.'rn roo, .. _"_ !
trailer fully equipped Small dnwnnment. M h'wse n. ".-ln"1 *it .'.(, fort!
h'\Knoe like rent W. George at ('oa.v 1 I.lndf'1 :i I
Peterson n.F.P. %. Tin* 4SPStarke ,.... end ('..orrh ct Itn

lip Fl" I rtr.... ,"h."O- ",_" I II:

lyln S",K-V'ioe small horn withnew h' f.fmr. inst off r. :S: Hllitbmi1l'1 F1a0
!0 x 4* ohirken ronos. with *mv. In town *..res. a t High Springs
or with'.ut SM I1 we.k old piilV*... I''_ t-Y" careen w'Mriet'- of <-"Ii.tA. !'-. .
new Kani**. Partly furnished. htas .nzr 4-0' I>un&\I....
north i>f Smrke. nn Uoute :Mlal.ont /only 1%., vioh)) roor,,ls F..ft1 j
:J mlle.. W Peterson n I Vltctpjw tn"....." e.mit e W'll..r ,
F r\. p.T 4S.D !sit"rke_Itn ..." s j>d 'tPPtrlrt"! !t".n n""no..II
t...,1 h..iivF .' H..1I..To.
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