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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 8, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-SEVEN STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 8. 1955 ,
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1 t.- Bradford CountyTax I City Council Gives Formal ApprovalTo !Package Mailing I Increased -


t AssessmentsHit I Changes Wrought, County


1- Record HighTax $750,000 Utilities' Expansion 'At Postal OfficeA

1f Budget Foreseen

f Assessor Gene Long pre- ., ". i1It1 omplicated series of parcel i

sented to the Board of County post restrictions went into effect

Commissioners on Monday the 1955 : ; ./1 4 '.July 1 when' the Starke postoffice Commission Chairman H. A. Bishop

*' tax roll totaling J8.612.176, the I J became a first class postal branch,
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highest in the history of Bradford Contractor according to Postmaster G. J. Mc- Predicts No Added TaxesA

County. : : (jJ// Griff Jr.Formerly.

Showing an increase of $469,091 I the Starke postoffice "tremendously
tentative
J larger" -
posed budget
will
L---: ,- in taxable assessments over last Opens Work flfl I was second class. For mailing, it 1955-56 county budget was until another not be available

r i_ year, the current tax roll indicates could accept any package within studied by the County Commission Board O! meeting of the

lV .- an'increase of about $16,000 in On Electric I 1J&/ 70 pounds weight and within 100 Tuesday morning in the which is to County be held Commissioners next ,
Monday
-{ L county income from taxes. inches in length and girth com courthouse."We July 11, at which time ,
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Board
,f Long stated that the hike is the Power Plant; bined. have been trying each year will adopt a tentative

result of increased construction in I As a first class postoffice, the to get by with an outdated budget will be advertised, and budget. It

the county. plus the equalization CompletionSet size of packages accepted will depend ," Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr. at the next regular finally approved -

" of the tax load. He added that: 1 on the destination's zone and stated, "and it just isn't possible of the Board, scheduled meeting

. there was no overall increase in )J'zthzn'c similar factors. i to operate a county in 1955 on a August 1. for
valuation assessments. Packages mailed to a first class 1940 budget."

: Ruth ,Heroux Staffa Here are the figures: postoffice in the first and second Bishop added, quickly, "But Clerk Item By Item

Real estate, $6,040,485; personal 100 Days I zones can weigh no more than 40 there will definitely be no increase the Charles Darby went over

property, $1,545,143; railroad and I pounds and those mailed to a in the tax rate.'" Board proposed budget with the
item
telegraph, 1026548. I first class postoffice in the third The exact amount of the pro- [increases by item, listing the

Lady In Of the $469,091 increase in tax- I through eighth zones can weigh |them. and the reasons for
Waiting Typical
of the
I able assessments, the. largest pro I only 20 pounds. In both cases, the '''creased are items in-

.portion came from personal property .I frst Dirt Turned I packages can measure no longer No NewsXope. tion expenses insurance, welfare fuel. else-

: Twisted Chain; Of Events Brings Jail taxes amounting to $261,921, The floating of a $750,000 bond fer of an engineer who wants "to than 72 inches in length and girth. I ital care and hospi-
while the balance of $207,170 resulted I There are exceptions to No II
these news.
issue i to finance of :
expansion
superintend the dismantling and I When asked
To Gun Smuggler Ruth Staffa from added real estate as- Starke's power, water and sewage -I mstallation of the New Bern generators rules. For example, packages containing Xo one, including Postmaster possible now how it would be

sessments. facilities agricultural goods and destined G. J. McGriff Jr.. knows when to increase the budget -
was formally stamped at a cost to the city of r tremendously
By Alice W. McGarvey The. largest single tax assess- with approval by the City $35 a day plus travel expenses. for star route delivery can home mail delivery will go into increase taxes and still not
I weigh 70 pounds and measure 100inches. effect for 2,500 Starke resi Darby replied:
Ruth Heroux Staffa spent her 23rd birthday in jail last I Council ordinance Tuesday implementing nightAn the The engineer said he is.a qualified dents. "The county's income will be

month. No Protest expert; 01 Superior engines Packages destined [much, much larger this
loan l read with little for servicemen Th.nt'l'soaf equipment coming
was approved the ) "
type purchased the
She by city [
landed behind bars year.
as a sequel to a twisted chain of: Apparently all Bradford discussion and signed by Chairman and he offered references to overseas also come within the mail sorting cases and mail

events which started with childhood marriage and led to a County taxpayers are satisfied James Lewis and :Mayor J. claims. The Council suggested provehis i 70 pound and 100 inch category.One satchels haven't arrived. The In other actions the Board:

legal tangle of three husbands and R. I last exception are packages Postoffice!' stillhasn't Received a
"' .., _,__ L..____ .___ one divorce. with their asessments: for VVainwright. that Johns check into the 'refer destined for second I I I Department J. petition from Lacy
LLc tuso uecame: a Key: ngure., none appeared on Tuesday to Most of the borrowed funds will ences before any further action. third or fourthclass sent official authoriza Winn, containing the signatures

in the, April 4 killing of the Flori- register protests with the Board pay for a greatly enlarged power In other actions the postoffices. These, too, can tion. of 41 people. asking that

da State Prison's assistant superintendent Heroux Motives of Equalization which convened plant, although other improve- Council: weigh 70 pounds and measure 100' For those with the shiny new a two mile long road leading

J. G. GPdwin. For it at the courthouse for ments including a new water! Decided on the petition of inches in length and girth. mail boxes, take heart. The from Chastain Highway south

was she, with gun in girdle: and that purpose. tank and system are include I George B. White, who asked that I I The complicated new regulations 1 boxes won't go to waste. through Theressa, be hard sur

bullets in hand, who smuggled Factor Consisting of the membersof i in the plan. I Broadway Street in his subdivision were enacted by Congress several: "I know Starke will get faced. The Board accepted the

the" ingredients for death to con- In Jury the County Commission the The first dirt on construction, be graded and water lines j'I years ago. Bitter foe of the lav home mail deliverI don't [petition and instructed the clerk

vict George Heroux. Board of Equalization meets of the power plant addition 'Was installed, that the city will agree is the Parcel Post Association. know when," he said. to file it for consideration by the

She also is the mother of a six- early in July of each year to turned late last week by the providing*the land is first cleared. I I The association charges the laws Incidentally, no use telephoning State Road Department along

year-old daughter.? Mercy Verdict help the protesting taxpayer Parker Construction Co. of Jack- Tax Rates I|;wa lobbied through Congress by I M<,Griff. We've pesteredhim with similar requests.

How did this shapely attrac- and the tax assessor arrive at sonville. They have 100 days to Received the suggestion from Railway Express, which benefits all week. Low Bid

tive blonde. the AllAmericantype The Union County jury -which a fair assessment. omplete the structure, which will 'Arch Thomas Jr., city attorney,)when parcel post limitations go j I Iinto Xo news, either. Accepted the low bid of Hardy
bit to0 much I house the five 1 1I that a schedule of sewer tax rates effect Brothers
with perhaps, a meted out mercy to George Her new generators. t Motor Co. of $2,985 for
theatrical make-up become in- .oux Jr., convicted' killer of Ass't meat, $267,780, comes from the I Already Borrowed 1 be set up by the Council so he William B. Henderson, executive -' a dump-body truck. Bids had

volved in a prison escape attempt Prison Supt. J. G. Godwin felt new Highland Mine operated by Based on the anticipated $750- I can prepare an enacting ordinance, vice president of the association City Vote Books I 'been received on this purchase at

a killing and a complicated mar- there w "reasonable doubt I Humphreys Gold Corp. for the 000 bond issue, the. city already'j incorporating the rates. Thomas I i wrote the Telegraph the the last meeting, but due to a

ital tangle It is, she says, a long about Heroux's motives. E. I. duPont deNemours & Co. has borrowed $250,000 as a temporary i showed the Council an article on change "isn't the fault of your\ ,On 12 misunderstanding it was decided

story. Because of the This single assessment alone will matter. The money was I the subject: and said it might bej postmaster or the Postoffice Department Open July to readvertise.The .

Mrs. Staffa occupies a cell in mendation, Heroux mercy received recom a life result in about $9,716 new taxes ..used to purchase five used 1,000 I of help in deciding on rates. I They, too, dislike any City of Starke voter registrationbooks latest bid was $100 lower

the Union County Jail at Lake I sentence instead of the electric for the county. kilowatt generators from the city Turned the question over to I unnecessary complicating of package will be open at the City Hall than those formerly made.

Butler. She has been there closeto chair. Long stated that he did not of New Bern, N. C. ..Police Chief W. E. Thornton as to mailing. July 12 through August 13, according Granted an

three months. In the adjoining' change the. Railroad. and Telegraph -I I The entire $750,000 issue will when a night man of the police I "No doubt it will be your unpleasant to City Clerk Carl Johns. Container Corporation easement to the
foreman John of
W.
cell is Raymond Staffa, racetrack Jury Jr. Hampton Assessment which 'is curry be repaid from revenue received force would be put on the radio task to break the news The books will, be open each day; for America
exercise boy she married ., said two jurors felt ve rently being contested in court, by the city from its sale of power!sU* aa at the County.Jail. Thorn I to the folks in Starke as to what f roth9an.o5p.m- except Saturdays road needed a. portion to build of an unused _

a last March. Both, jxave? pleaded strongly! that Heroux was .seenrGdwiiiiia k: but,simply used the. e-asseSs- and from utility tax. ton replied that he did not have r to expect on parcel post packages when they 'will close at I siding for a wood a railroad

guilty tJTabetfing a prison break, hostage only.In ment as last year. City Clerk Carl Johns advised a man he could assign to the job I.1 r they send or receive after July 1.", noon. built in back yard being
of Thomas'
; and both are awaiting sentence. not short, they felt the state. had He.said that the increases the group to advertise for bids as now. I I I He said the problem of mailing The books are opening in preparation Stop in south Starke. Truck

Hard Prison Cot proved premeditation.Some shown are all greater when it is soon as possible for the erectionof Advised L D. Green; owner of'[would 'be particularly acute during for the city election m,

-i \\'t\ sat on a hard prison cot jurors, said Hampton, realized that the county lost a the new 250,000. gallon city Green Acres, a sub-division I in i I the Christmas mailing rush. which is to be held September 13. Discussed the $100-a-month
rental
while Ruth told of the events that I I agreed to the first degree murder substantial assessment last year water tank.* Starke, to contact the State Road 'I "What to do about the peculiar John warned earlier that residents [ of a truck used by thesheriffs

led her from apparently normal verdict. only because of a state when the Tung Oil Plant at Brook- Save Thousands Department for help on a road he situation?" asked Henderson. "1t'S 1 who registered especially for i animals department' for impounding -

girlhood to a jail cell. law providing such a verdict farmed or er was destroyed by fire. Johns told the Council that, wants in. his development I a tough one. Railway Express I the election on city limits expansion upon inquiry by
Commissioner
hundred othergirt'l robbery. Heroux, in his with rise in the price and its I E. L. Crawford.
She looks like a a possible Added railroad owners must
to the list of streets I to are mighty; re-register to become After discussion
I April prison escape attempt, tookthe of steel imminent, quick action 'smart it was decided to
who model moderate-priced New Yorker Fined I be paved when and politically powerful. permanent Starke voters.
possible, a portionof ask Sheriff
clothes. Her hair is naturally r I wallet of a guard.He might result in a saving to the Jefferson Street, east and'westOf "They've used every trick in the I i This group actually include those; the P. D. Reddish to explain .
said the jury decided on the $75 For Accident of dollars. '' situation, to the Board
of thousands
dark blonde, although she uses I city Bay Street. bag to block any move in Congress 'who lived outside the city limits: and also to
rinse lighten it. i first degree murder verdict on The Council told Johns to con for the relief of investigate the impounding -
a to prior to the i
parcel
3 post users. special election. Although I.
the third or fourth ballot On the A New Yorker, Louis Nick and Hills Misquito Control provision of the new
She is of medium height with tact Reynolds, Smith It's a political I
i power play by this] they registered for the
fined $75 as the Heard Sanitarian fence law
Koumparas, was County Jack which
slender build, uses theatrical I ballot for mercy, nine voted in the I Jacksonville engineering firm influential comes into force
a special election
affirmative.The result of a head-on collision on U. Trawick on the program of mosquito monopoly. Parcel post; they are not automatically this falL
j make-up which is really not needed which drew up the plan for the users (and that
S. 301 north of Starke late last control. Voted "to $25 means nearly I qualified as new city Health
, because of her fine features, and ,thinking of the jury asweek. city's utility expansion program pay ,.(everyone in the United States :voters. Unit
: Two people were injured.Sheriffs monthly for the next three'months. )
] Heard
displAYS a ready smile and afriendly !' explained by Hampton a federal, Fate Brown and get their .reaction. for would pay tens manner. 'mploye with the Soil Conservation Deputy The Council also discussed the expenses. I a year as tribute that Covington director of Bradford,
: said the occurred when to the Railway I. county registrationalone
Ruth was born In New York Service, was confirmed by mishap advisability of hiring a testing Upon request, decided to changethe Express monopoly." does not County Health Department that

23 years ago June 7. Her motheris S. A. Grantham county health I Koumparas attempted to pass another L- engineer to give the cement t names of streets as follows: I Even then, said Henderson city voting. They qualify them for the Health Unit be painted, and
the must be
automobile. He crashed Street registered decided
a nurse, her father has work ifficer who also served. foundations exhaustive Jests as First to Epperson; Eighth'railroads are having to on the to include $500 for that
headon with a panel body truck Street to Adkins subsidize: city books also. purpose in the
Crantham said the noted I the work on the Street; Tenth proposed budget
jury
ed for the same bank for 26 years. progresses power Ralway Express to Five
the offices
tune of are to be filled in
driven W. L Segrest of Orlan Street Discussed
by to the
Brownlee Sa.
that did not show addition. mosquito control
"Pleane don't bring them into testimony (1)) plant $100,000,000 a year. the September 13 election. Terms bill
this." she said. "They've had' Heroux expressed intentions to I do. Consensus of opinion was thatit Discussed various complaints Postmaster McGriff, when asked which expire are those of Sanitarian as outlined briefly by County

enough trouble. It 'has been very "get" Godwin and ((2)) Heroux Segrest was cut and bruised. would be well to have the about odors from the sewage his views, refused to .J. R. Wainwright Mayor Jack Trawick, but did
comment City Clerk not
embarrassing." knew Godwin was wounded when Pete Xywlas, another New Yorker :- foundations checked very carefully plant; it was brought out that But in answer I Johns come to any conclusions.
to me1 Police Chief
W.
Married At 13 he followed the prison officer into -, riding with Koumparas, suffered and that the cost of hiringthe the trouble occurred during a time said the new regulation questioning, 1 :1 ton, and City Council E. Thorn- Requested the State Road Dept.

Ruth married at the age of 15. an inner room, where Godwin, a broken right arm. Both ven- testing expert ($35 a day when alterations were being made, would reduce his postoffice definitely W. T. Jackson and seats held I by I to advance Hollis V. Knight the

She attended school a couple more lunged and Heroux fired again. hicles were severely damaged. plus travel expenses) might be and that none has happened since ceipts. re- ousos. George Kopel-|fund sum of $100 still remaining in the

years but quit before graduation This, said Grantham, "had to Koumparas was charged with well worth it in the final analysL'I.Comlders I. that time. "All! I can do is follow the Only Kopelousos has set up by the SRD for right-
book o-way
because she expected a baby. The be considered" in terms of pre- driving on'the wrong side of the Offer Went over in great detail with of regulations," he said. I intentions to retire from announced I attorney fees.Irregular .
city f-
c
(Continued on Page Ten) j meditation. road. The Council considered the of-: Merrill McMillan the proposed The Starke Postoffice automatically I He cited the press of bus I Received only Bid .
location of a new lift station I one bid for the
near became iness
I a first class class affairs. palm trees needed


ji DO MARRIAGE AND SCHOOL MIX? ( This Alligator requirements station Creek is of to serve east on Call Starke the sewage Street., including I branch because receipts. of gradually- increased -I IElectric Use Soars and for that the for beautification a species by of the program palm county not,


the new hospital. Hospital Contractor 20 Per Cent In Year St.requested. The bid from Glenn

County School Board Turns Thumbs Down Mary's Nursery stated that
Reports Tool Consumption of the palm specified in the
Theft electricity in bid form -
On Mixing Of Wedded Students High Price Paid Starke increased by over 20 percent i was not available in the quantity
I Using a small [ in June and size named.
crowbar as
I to compared with
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pry \
I 0 J.-'I\I\" '- ,- "' :r'I''I For Fish String open a door, someone broke into I I I the same month last year according Had a letter read from a Key-

The Bradford County School )f most county officials concerned don't give near the trouble. County Judge Alex Yawn, who Seven fishermen paid a high the toolhouse of Mulbry, contractor to figures released to the. City I I[the Stone'Heights group, asking that

field with the problem, but is is 'contrary "It's just that I feel other students i ssueg marriage licenses, has other 1 erecting the new hospital, and [Council Tuesday by Riley Wasdin, county pay the group in cash
Board dipped into a touchy price about $7 a pound for i stole an electric drill instead of
and power plant
to the views of married may be affected ty continued reasons for opposing student a power superintendentThe replacing a fence In
batch of fish Saturday night front
voted to require mar- of
I its
Tuesday and students themselves. association with students living on weddings. He believes the pupils fare Two wildlife officers sat on I the saw.Deputy figures are 408,280 kilowatts I ? cemetery along High
ried school students to attend too He admits that Sheriff Fate Brown I investigated in June of 1953 wayioo, toni down when
married students ,
One of the another strata. Night school young. bank of Sampson Lake Saturday,I 437,790 in highway the

night adult classes. j \ girl, who would not permit identification seems best." most high school students are t watched group seining fish and [but arrests early Sunday morning, 1954 and 525,180 In 1955. referred was the widened. The Board

This was the Board's approach i' said she saw no need Bradford night classes now unwilling to abide by Florida's r arrested them when they came to The no curious have of been made. In citing the rapid growth inthe for settlement group to the SRD I
!: segregation of married and three day waiting law and consequently part the robbery of the matter.
for have
82 students
such
identified shore.
to an easily problem ,unmarried. taking hasten to Georgia fora i is that only these two items were use of electricity in Starke,I| Agreed to the use of the

13 out of the 78 members of the! varied courses as Spanish, bookkeeping quick The officers, A. W. WhiteheadJr. taken although the thieves had Wasdin said that, one store used equipment for, leveling a county

"Bradford High School 1955 grad-i I "I can't see requiring students typing, shorthand and ceremony. and M. I.., Johns of the FreshWater I access to other expensive fixtures. |about of lots purchased number
married. This!jto! attend night school unless the general education. "If students "You'd be surprised : Fish and Game Commission -. i 40,000 kilowatts last month.I jBrooker or recreational ty the City of

uating class were girl is expecting or the boy needsto bear down, they can finish pretty how effec- issued violation warnings to: Passed a purposes..

amounts to over 17 per cent. j : make a living during the day," fast," said Morgan.In tive the three- A. B. Whitehead Millie Dyal Moving Day [protesting the resolution to the SRD

The subject was broached by she; said. substantial agreement! with day wait be-t. Olen Howell and Ray Johns, all factory job done apparent unsatis

Chairman J. E. Brown. who said I Did one marriage lead to an Morgan is Bradford High principal comes" he said. ,J 'F o Lake Butler; Walen Howell, Miami tractors on by some con
Bradford
'
he heard protests about married epidemic? "Not in my case," she Charles S. Partin. "When a "Three licenses ; Charlie Johns, Starke; and I roads, and asking the County
class I unclaimed M-: ; department
students attending the same went irr ; I to
Dan Starling ,commented. "It could happen, youngster marries," said Partin,i in the past two 1 i Arnold Abernathy, Rhode Island. re-inspect the roads.
motion of
es. Upon r I Johns is not related to Sen. Charlie ,% ; I II
and second by H. A. Lawson, the sometimes especially when the "it sort of becomes the thing to weeks because Johns % ,. 7.
I ,
Board banned married students ,kids wanted to get away from do. An example is set. the romance had :-: 1 : : I Hollis Knight Named !
They pled guilty Monday morning ?
from regular classes. I home." I "As far as I ;;.j -": :'i I cooled they went off elsewhere or,- y- 4 I before County Judge TheronA. ; :- [New School Attorney

County School Supt. Harmon P.I I Did her classmates treat her I know, the problem _ Yawn Yawn and were fined $35 each. !
Board most laws j I I Lex Green lost
Morgan told the differently; ? "Definately not, exists everywhere '\L The catch the netted his position as
I "In most cases, it is the girl group i
I
to attend attorney to
T' the
relate to forcing pupils in both. school board
,
think amounted Tues-
she said. "If anything, I "' to about 50 IDS. of I
who anxious married
is
relating to get i' ,day, when the
school he knew of none rural and urban Board
and married students. He!I married couples conduct themselves "" ...-......., Thern boys don't seem quite readyto bream bass and speckled trout;; mously to retain voted unani! I
to 7; i Hollis
i areas. the total V.
fines Knight
'
amounted to
than the others," she : : assume responsibility. I think $350; LI1r- in that i
be found better ; ; capacity. I
said the solution may j "The real.. 'tost per pound of fish, nearly $7. : -
j the girls are seeking to get away I t !
attend the Knight had
in requiring them to added. tragedy, as I see f placed before
.
the
\ from strict control I -1:,' I
night adult classes. I County School it, is that mar- :...." ? by parents. Auto-Truck License T Board a letter application for the
'. It is Yawn's theory somewhat -. !
job.
I Thornton
these: Does Morgan lot ,' 1'lj ri Johns
The questions are 1I Supt. riage daeg a moved that
one student marriage lead to an I said he feltit of high calibre \. .. supported by his experiences I iPrices Cut In Half ,tJ "X & 1 he be hired, and it was seconded !!

epidemic of others, as students! would be betterif students out of a as county judge that tInupt 1' ," 'I :7' ',:4 -e: 1 1p 1 i by Dan Starling. After little discussion -
;<
follow the .leader? Do married i the married i college educa- rartm early marriages often ;i'I Half-price automobile tags went : ."l: 1 it was passed without dis
I! would on the rocks. j on sale at Tax Collector J. R. Kel : :. senting vote. :
such knowledge students the .
students display tion. It's a shame to see fJ _
of marital relations that other], complete their talent go to waste." Whatever the answer student j j'ly's office xon July 1. They are lW .. a Green had served as attorney i
marriages are a problem in Bradford 'good for the remainder of the for the
i n Board
students are affected? Do early]I| education : Partin cited one case of a mar I II calendar It's moving day for the old J. M. (Gid) Alvarez home, which took a last for many years. In !
I year.
the school. He County. month's
really jeopardize night I
marriages ried couple. Tests show the girl mile-long stroll down Madison Avenue to make way for a new Love tt'S meeting, he was accused -
I I of the 6-moath is$7.5Oi !
plain
future of brilliant talent? Are added "Most I As School Supt. Morgan says Cost tag by some Board
1 i to have an exceptional mind while :' while that of the $W series I building. Guy Andrews, who will erect the new structure and lease members of
early marriages likely to end on I married students "It is a problem for society I toj'day. .taking sides in the issue
the rocks of divorce and tragedy! I are good stud- ,the boy actually is below average.': I don't pretend to know the,is $1 f. Truck licenses for the ab- it to the grocery chain, said the old home probably was built around : ota- bandmaster of the appointment !

\ The views expressed by Morgan ents. Teachers Morgan Yet she plans to finance his way full answer. It seems to be a brevif: ted period vary according to 1875. It was one of four buildings moved to allow construction of new i !Bradford at :.
High. Green
\.and the Board sum up the opinion will tell you they settle down and through college. product of the times." the' freight of the vehicle. store buildings, including 83 by 121 feet facilities for Loiett's. charges. denied the


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/ "The Prodigal" OpensAt Marine Interviews PAGE TWO FRIDAY. JULY 8. 1935

editorial is Farmer's Diary Florida Theater Slated Here TodayA signed to insure that members of road money, which was returnedto

the reserve unit meet the same the county for retirement of
By Sam BIcGarvey Adventures of the young man team of representatives from high standards required by the road bonds and for road building
who sets out to seek his fortunein the 2nd Amphibian Tractor Co., regular Marine Corps.In purposes.The .
Washdays Are Not Payday distant lands have provideda USMCP, Jacksonville, will be at addition to conducting interviews -
the
going to make some juice. The figures which are for
favorite theme for story tellersin the post office in Stark today the team members will be
( irrigation helped the tomatoes a The latest version (Friday to interview 1954-55 fiscal year, revealed a
r every age. ) prospective available to offer information on
In A Smothered EconomyDid lot. I a Cinemascope production of "The applicants for the new :Marine selective service procedures and state-wide sale of 1,152,050 gallons -

Prodigal," starring Edmund Pur- Reserve organization. military obligations of ;young men of gasoline. The seven cents
the we're fatten-
steer
you happen to cruise around downtown Slugger busted, out of the barnyardthis dom and Lana Turner, opens Sun- During their stay here, mem- of eligible age.Gasoline per gallon tax: yielded JSO,653S73,

Starke Monday? Looked ,deserted, didn't it? ing, week, and Alice had a terri- day at the' Florida Theatre, bers of the team will interviewmen which is almost $7,000,000. more

That was the effect of July 4, of course. ble time getting the scoundrel Recreating a period never be- who have indicated a desireto Tax Yields than the previous fiscal year.
Merchants closed doors, folks flocked to lakes and he We fore used on the screen, the tur- join the unit, as well as new
back where belongs. put The
state'slargest
In BradfordGasoline gasoline tax Is the
$391,973
Call Street. bulent era of pagan worship in applicants.The .
quiet
beaches, and all was mighty on some more barbed wire up, andif
Independence Day is a grand thing, and we think There's one thing about Finne- that doesn't hold him, we'll Damascus in the year 70 B.C., preliminary interview is de- taxes amounting to single source of revenue.
is "The Prodigal" brings to life the
the observance is just and proper. gan the water pump, and that hook up the electric fence and $391,973 were paid in Bradford
illustrate he can be. depended upon to introduce him to Florida Power story of the errant :Micah who home to be forgiven by his father,
At the same time, it seemed to a that County during the past 12 months,
falls into disgrace through his
whale-size object lesson. Could Starke ever lookso choose the worst possible time to & Light's juice. Bet he won't"go infatuation for Samarra, beautiful make for dramatic action and according to State ComptrollerRay YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
act up. He generally picks a sticking his ugly black head breathtaking spectacle.As E. Green.Green brook purse-size fountain pens In
Friday or a
deserted on a Wednesday, or a Goddess of Love. ,
But Sunday, but this time he pickeda around so much then! pagan the high priestess of the reported the $133,650 of pastel shades. Only $x.38 at Brad-
Saturday? Seems preposterous, we agree: Sunday followed by a holiday, Micah's downfall when he idol-goddess Astrate, Miss Turner the tax collected was secondary ford County Telegraph.ALVAREZ' .
after all, we are free to speculate a bit. and he sure fixed us for all the Cut up some land this week for spends the last of his inheritanceto wears the largest and most exotic -
It could happen. mean things we've said about him.. some beds for sweet potato vines. buy Samarra the fabulous Pearlof wardrobe of her career,
First of all, there could be a catastrophe. Top The air volume control busted, Wish we had been able to do it Sheba, the exciting climax in among them jeweled ceremonial Men's Clothing
soil of abused land could blow into the Atlantic.Or and at this time we're right back sooner, but it seems that we're which Samarra is stoned to death robes and costumes typical of jI\, STORE I!
maybe poor water conservation state-wide where we were when we arrived always trying to catch up with by the vengeful mob, and the final those worn on the streets of Damascus I Established 1894

could make Bradford a Sahara. Or maybe a hurricane here, toting water, except now we what should have been done already scenes in which Micah returns in the year 70 B.C.
have five very thirsty cows, and
could level the county. ------
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n '" water e COMBINE YOUR NEW
they ov "---- ----- r
would the ilOW '
Maybe highways slap bypass coun- :gj6} i
ty. Perhaps the railroad would find a better gan isn't working! Wonder if Been getting some very fine i CHEVROLET PURCHASE WITH I j
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there are water pumps in Hades.If showers lately, hut we're still YOUR VACATION PLANS! Ii
route.This there are, we'll bet they're the using our irrigation system, just
is where the "plugger" comes in. With- Order a new Chevrolet through us,,
kind we have. the same. In this hot weather the then pick it up at the plant in Flint,
economic motive for .
out him there would be little .
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soil dries out very quickly, and .. .. Michigan, see Chevrolet built, if You
the building of a greater Bradford County. Set out one, long double bed of we are trying to keep the runner ; \ like, and drive yours home. Chances \
It is because of the plugger that we have the Florida 90 runner plants whichwe patch from drying out. are, you'll save a substantial share of' ; v
Gold the Brooker feed last season's your vacation travel costs!
Big Dad plant, Humphreys took up from our S \
mill under construction, the Brooker tung and plants, and it looks now as if they Checked the fence posts whichwe .

soybean oil mill operation, the prospects for an have, 'taken root for they look cut several months ago, and .
amusement ride manufacturer. It is the plugger pretty good. If that bed produces let lay on the ground for the

who is seeking so unsuccessfully the plants, we should have enough90's bugs to peeL They have done a

location of some sort of military installation at for our .next. year's e planting. good job, but now we have to ,0 I
get the loose bark off, and the
Camp Blanding. The Missionary runner plants posts under cover so they can dry >- ......
Bradford County actually has lots of pluggers1.
( few weeks look
we set out a ago out. Then we'll treat them.
They're at work all the time seeking better fine. We had to re-set some skips: .

crops, more homes, more industries, more progress from the first batch we set out, Although we could cut up our

in every sense of the word. We wouldn't have but almost every one. of the othersis old berry beds, as we have all the
the space to list them all. sending out new leaf and buds. M
runners Out that we need, we have Z
Because of the civic-minded plugger, dust Now if every one'of those plants ? (
makes a lot more runners, we held up because there are some
storms would be whipped with development of :
should have a fine crop of 2nd strawberry watermelons growing
Because of the
new techniques. plugger, water
runners to set out our patch. there. This week, we tried two
will be conserved. Because of' the plugger, a
We're going to fertilize them.with of the melons, and they were ter- \ ,
storm-leveled town would be rebuilt. :
bonemeal. rible tasted mushy and not
. Because the plugger establishes economic mo-. .
S sweet at all. There are about a
tivation, highways and railroads will never be Picked a bushel of Fordhook dozen more out there, and we hope !ps', < ti2S

tempted to bypass a prosperous area. limas this week, and Alice put they'll be better.
All of this seems important to us. That's whywe them in the freezer. She got 18 'I1ts.iC! :

take time to salute the plugger those who pints from the, bushel, and as she The few pepper plants we set SlOee t ,
consistently shouts praises of Starke and en- already had li in the freezer, out have certainly done a wonderful "
virons' We're convinced he and more like him we'll have some limas to eat whenit job. They are supplying us that 'plaic
needed. gets cold. with all we need, some to sell, and
are sorely
.
P't'P
After all, we don't know of a single community still more. And yet we only have TV 1'L
We're, still about flooded under about three dozen plants. _
that ever prospered when citizens simply resorted
with nice! vine-rIpened tomatoesand .
to in each other's
taking washing. it's a wonderful feeling, after Sam's a real cracker at last.

trying so long to get enough to This week when setting out berry

An Agricultural Bad OmenWe both sell and can for ourselves. plants, he finally kicked off his
Already we've sold more this year shoes and socks and went bare
than any previous season, and we footy and Great Day in the Morn- Chevrolets"SuperTurbo-rireV8"withl80h.p.
look with considerable dismay at the report have a lot canned, and Alice is ing, did it feel good!!! .
that Bradford County's fa income droppedthis .

season. It is not exactly what we call a good

omen.From where we sit, there could be three factors SOIL CONSERVATION You can spot this one by the twin tailpipes. No matdustry, the most power per pound, and the only 12-volt i
i
involved. First, of course, are the farmers ter what ;you drive you're going to see twin-exhaust electrical system in its field-all this plus a four-

themselves. Second is an old bugaboo, the N-E- W-5 Chevrolets pulling away-in traffic, on the toughest barrel carburetor and free-breathing twin exhausts.thills

weather. Third and this is an old standby; too on the long straightaways. Want to sample this silk-lined cyclone? Just give

are the Republicans.It's By Bill Haas Unless you have a "Super Turbo-Fire V8"* of us a call, any day this week, and we'll be proud to

foolish to blame the farmers. Financially, US.. SOIL CONSERVATION your own. And then you'll know what it's like to pilot show. you just how hot a V8 can be.

they're neck deep in this problem, and there's 1.d the car that sets the pace for everything else-and Optional at extra: cost.
Station models have tingle exhaust pipes. ,
likelihood they've shed tears over the crop yield. SERVICE doesn't pause to read the price tags! wagon

For the most likely culprit, at the moment _.wI---. ...x. What makes the Super scat? Chevrolet's superb :t"J

we're tempted to blame the weather. The long The Board of Supervisors for Marco also planted Pensacola Ba- valve-in-head V8, with the shortest stroke in the in- L.,

drought earlier this Spring doubtless reduced the the Bradford Soil Conservation hia in with the soybeans. They __j. .
yield, made crops susceptable to bugs and dis- District held its monthly meetingat plan to make hay from the soy- .ft-
eases, and even outright ruined some of the Lloyd Green's home July 7, beans.
more delicate farm products.But with chairman V. R. Ferguson -
were studying the problem further. We presiding. Soil survey maps were receivedfor TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE

sincerely would like to know why farm income The Board discussed the possi- the farms of B. E. Manuel, Ce- .

from products handled at the Starke Farmers bility of having a water table cil Crawford, J. R. Kelly, Leon
Market dropped from $271,523 to $161,419. survey made in Bradford County. Norman, Seymour R. Marco, Har- .111 CALL AND COURT STREETS STARKE, FLA.C ,

There's a big hunk of money missing somewhere.And By locating and mapping the different old Norman, W. R. Conner, L. G. 1
water levels telow the Johns Jr., F. J. Brennan, and R.
here's a warning to the Republicans.
surface of the ground, folks who A. Green.
They may not escape unscathed.
, are interested in putting down These maps will be used to pre-

wells will know how deep they pare a complete soil and water
Peace Weapon or Soft Touch will have to go to get a good conservation farm plan. A soil
supply of water. This water table
survey map shows the different
survey would not only the
We sure are confused! help
farmers, it would also help new types of soil on your ,arm as
When President Eisenhower the C
proposed
industries that are interested in well as the different land fea-
federal government build an umpteen billion dol- moving into our county. With tures such as building, streams,'' "
lar atomic-powered "peace ship," at first blush it this survey we could show them roads, woodland and cropland.

appeared a good idea. the location of
a good supply of
V. used
R. the District's
We could imagine the impact it would have on water, and tell them how deep Ferguson -
drill to .
the faltering parts of the free world. We could they would have to go to get beans. grain Ferguson states plant that soy-his .

see the terrific propaganda value of the ship it Coastal Bermuda is standing still .

powered by the atom and containing an electronic but with these rains we are,start
kitchen, soft drink vending machines, the latest P. T. Nolan, Supervisor of the ing to get it should get out and 's .
movies, automatic washers hamburgers Elementary schools, ig using the "
super
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market and jive band. District's seeder cultipacker fertilizer to spreader get the playground and- ,;<:- ,: 5 BIG WAYS lVllJfIflIt8teC1/dtJ
grow.SHEPHERffSMWS .... ,
Now comes the report that the proposal was -
ready at the new Elementry -
the brain-child of big maritime interests who school.

want to see if an atomic-powered ship is feasible J. B. White used the District's

financially without endangering any of their own grain drill to plant soybeans on
funds. Dr. Marco's place located out in

In short, Uncle Sam would take our tax dollarto the Heilbronn Springs area. Dr.

build experimental project that private. in- 1s E $ VZES
terests consider too risky to undertake. {? .r '

Now we don't know Maybe Uncle Sam had s
better stick to the construction of battlewagonsand a r

carriers whether atomic powered or not. ,
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Three Youths Bring Honor Here's cool advice from ,.I; -

Plaudits to three Bradford County boys z i-' Reddy and Fre-Jy that will save'

Charles D. Kirkland, Lonzo Kirkland and Gay A. cool cash..and give
Rimert.All. : you you Fyeeser Freddy

three carried a trophy away from the Fisher many added benefits in Happier BE. "ABDkRN"

Boby Craftsman's Guild model car competition.The r. "Take advice Reddy Kilowatt
Kirkland brothers accumulated regional hon- 41 every dollar my count., son When make Florida Living. The Modem EI et- a.wa I

ors. Now they go into national competition, with buy a York air conditioner from you tric Freezer saves you MONEY BE ELECTRIC

- the best eight out of forty entrants to receive CUAS. C. SHEPHERD, YOU '
university scholarship awards during later judg- CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON HAVE bought the best. SHOPPING TIME FOOD WORK ...,

ing.Model about this question LEFTOVERS.:( k
: car construction may not seem important. -
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vYou'll
But the competition was more than playacting Talk about roughing it! Find '

It was the designs that counted, and yourself 600 miles from home, enjoy seasonal foods ,

even top-rate designers start out with models.So with your luggage, clothing, Y year 'round, and be prepared for 'ii. s
for spreading the world about Bradford ,;
County and for their own industrious efforts camera and money stolen! If those unexpected guests..with. .
I had only stopped at "
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In with land Mrs. John- Kargis for the past American Container Corp.-- .
...' "tF Bartow visited Hampton groups. -
rt'Y the Raleigh Brannen family for I two weeks have returned to Mrs. Etta Peavy and granddaughter Building Starke, WoodyardThe .
F HAMPTON i the weekend. The Brannens and their home In Butler, Pa. Judy Johnson, of Live pulpwood loading yard on Millions acclaim the /UP Seal a sure sign of .
Rothelle John Bird, of Mrs. Ella Oak of Mrs. Peavy's
their guest, and son son are. guests U. S. 301 south of Starke is the !
t Jones home on leave from the Bird, was recently awarded the son-in-law and daughter Mr. and project of Container Corporation, ;
By Sirs. D. E. Ilill attended Layfield Quarterly Safety Award Certificate Mrs. J. D. Sasser Jr
r Air Force, a of America, not National Con-:
k' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJGirls reunion picnic at Hutchison Lake for his division which Is Mrs. R. Forsythe, Mrs. V. A. tainer as reported earlier. The' !
Monday. located with the 18th Fighter. Carlson, and Mrs. Blanche Cun- two firms are not affiliated. I
Trio Featured Mr. and Mrs. Max Peuker of Bomber Wing in Okinawa. John' ningham have _returned from a Lonnie D. Vining is the local
.' At Hampton Baptist Hampton are visiting this week:was home recently on furlough and visit in Green Cove Springs.Mrs. representative for CCA, which is !
Special services at Hampton in New York,with Mrs. Peuker'a' took colored movies of Keystone i Win. Scales and daughter, buijding the yard to help estab-
Baptist Church tonight (Friday) sister, who will accompany them! Heights, which he is showing to I Cindy Lynn accompanied by Mrs. lished pulpwood dealers as wellas fI f fI
at 8 o'clock will feature the girls' back to Hampton.Mrs. friends on Okinawa. Scales' parents of Waldo enjoyeda to aid small operators who do I
I trio from Tennessee Temple College Hattie Shock of Felda, is Shirley W. Kite of Gainesville week's: vacation at Pass-A-Grill not handle a railroad car at one !
and Bill Compton, evangelist, visiting in Hampton with her I became the bride, of Mack Lane Beach. I -P'Bi. __ I
as guest speaker sister, Mrs. Dave Swindell. I I Sibley Jr. of Keystone Heights at - The team from. Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawfordand Waycross, Ga., on June17. The Eugene S. Brantley of Clay time.MONUMENTS
Electric is his annual vacationand
on
Temple College is making a tour daughter left Hampton :couple will temporarily reside will spend most of the time PERFECT STRIKE CHUM
of churches and youth services in Thursday for a two weeks' vaca- ,with the groom's parents in Key I
southern states during the sum tion in Milwaukee, Wis. with Mrs. ,stone. I making extensive. improvementsto .
his home. LOWEST PRICES I ARMOUR'S Star Corned SALMON 39
mer vacation months, and has appeared Crawford's brother, John L. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ridought Can !
the Christian In Jack- : :Mrs. Francis Egan will leave FINEST QUALITY!
recently at Mrs. Verna Young was have leased Keystone.Beach from ,
,Youth Fellowship rally at the sonville on business Tuesday. Paul Smysor. The beach is now Keystone shortly for her home, in No Extra ChargeFor BEEF SULTANA Medium Size : : !
USO in Starke. Rev. Compton,. a, Charles Prevatt son of Mr. and open to the public and season the North where she will residepermanently.

graduate of Tennessee Temple, Mrs. J. B. Prevatt, left Friday for tickets. can be procured.The Setting In Or Near HASH PRUNES sox' 45c i
Theological Seminary, spoke at 1 Washington, D. C.. to 'visit with Women's Club is gratefulto A fish fry sponsored last Friday STARKEATLANTIC iI
Hampton Baptist Church for the his sister, Miss Marcelene Pre the Rotary Club for money night by the Rotary Club was I
evening service Sunday, June 26 vatt. ,and books donated for its li- well attended in spite of bad 1 Ib. ANN PAGE
In the group are Miss ShirleyMartin Mr.. and Mrs. AlvIn Gilbert of brary. Also to be thanked Is weather. The food was well pre- Can 27 c I
Miss Betty Ann Williams' Chicago, El., stopped Sunday Mrs. John Frederickson for her pared, as usual, and the meal was : GRAPEJELLYGlass
Miss Dorothy Hankins, of the trio: morning at the home of Mrs. book donations. The club inau- thoroughly enjoyed by all who I

Miss :Mary Lutz, pianist; and the Mami Meade, enroute to Tampafor gurated the library project six attended. .
. Rev. and Mrs. Compton. a vacation. months ago and reports much The two new business buildings WHITE HOUSE Non-fat Dry
Home On Furlough Mr. and Mrs. Odis Loman and progress. now under construction by Sipe AEMORIALS.lNt! ASP fancy Quality
Rothelle Jones, son of Mr. and family of Salisbury, N. C. and Elbert Altman was installed as and Boatright on Lawrence Boule- ESTABLISHED 1930 MILK SOLIDS Mb. 29c
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen arrived in R. L. Brown Jr. are visiting this president of the Lions Club at vard CanMb.
are nearing completion. The 7JS
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ST.MCKJONV1U.I.
Hampton last weekend 'on a 30- week at the homes of Mr. and the Skytel Friday night..Altman slogan for Keystone is "Watch TOMATOIONA .
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day furlough from the Air Force Mrs. W. D. Carter, and R. L. succeeds Arthur Beckwith.Mrs. grow with the forward look." ROIIDA
in Wichita Falls, Texas. Jones Brown_ Sr., in Hampton.' Mrs. Helen Egan will leave .' JUICE I
Just completed airplane mechan- Loman is the daughter of Mr. Keystone July 19 for Odgens- sw id'pGS 2 27c
ics' school and finished second in and Mrs. Brown Sr. burg, N. Y., where she will join That's Our Business Cans
his class. Following his furlough, I, her husband Frank. The Egans I ci S S 46-0%. 25c
he to transferred If It's. Glass We Have It! Can
expects be over- -yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy..yyy----------- will not return to Keystone IONA Cream StyleGOLDEN
seas to Japan. permanently, since Mr. Egan is / CALL WRITE or VISIT

Mrs.Visitors George at Saxon the home for of the Mr.4th and of Keystone Heights pany connected in New with York.an insurance Mrs. Egan com-is Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR =:::::::: CORN 2 Cans 23c

Mrs.
and
July weekend were Mr. past president. of the Women'sClub.
Volney Wall and son of Ohio andMrs. She will be accompaniednorth ANY GLASS NEED SUNNYFIELD Crisp GOLD MEDAl

Minnie Weathersbee, Mrs. CHURCH NEWS by Mrs. Ralph Handley. whois 1b, We Design Modern\ Store Fronts
Sam Aldrige and daughter Sarah The choir of the Community returning to her home in Ocean Just Mail Us A Pattern for CORN BISQUICK 40-01. 43c
oLPompano Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Church will be on vacation during Side, Long Island. Table Tops Pkg.20oz..
Sam Garofalo of Coral Gables July-and August Mr. and Mrs. L J. Snow of ;
were Sunday visitors. Mrs. Garo- The Board of Trustees met July Sarasota were recent guests of I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 FLAKES A&P Fancy CHUNKS of Hawaiian
Palo is the former Mrs. Ireta 5 i with the following new officers: Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and .
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Mr. and Mrs. Saxon, Holland Pres.' Gordon Adams; Secretary nett Hooper, a student nurse at I:- 21e PINEAPPLE 2 Cons 44co
I SAVE
$ SAVE $ SAVE
Payne and their weekend guests, Irs. Charles Smith; Treas. C. J. St. Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- $ SAVE $ SAVE
:Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon and Bastedo; Building Finance Chm. ville, also was a guest of Mrs. IONA
Mrs. J* H. Saxon were guests at Frank Walrath Jr. Other board Cunningham's last Sunday. DRASTIC 303 Can
a picnic. supper at the home of members are Fred Leonard, Charles Ellis Jr., son of Mr.. TOMATOES 10C
:Mr. and Mrs., E. L. Birth Monday Joseph Stein and and Mrs. Fred Ellis, .is on a I
Raymond I
evening. Starnes. Tennessee and Kentucky vaca- FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE SWANSDOWN, Devils Food
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall of tion with his aunt and uncle, Mr.i White or YellowCAKE SUNNYFIEID
GrainRICE
Live Oak visited one day last week Mrs. :M. Hundevadt of Miami,, and Mrs. P.'C. Mabry of Neptune Fancy Long
with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. 'Watter- sister of Mrs. S. E. McKay, has Beach. I REDUCTIONSKeep
son in Hampton. returned to her home after two Mrs. W. M. Wilson.and childrenof I I 3 A: : 45CIIBBY'S
:Miss Carolyn Toles of Rome, weeks vacation with her sister. Palatka were guests of Mrs. Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit MIXES ,
Ga.. arrivved Monday for a two- ,. The Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Owens Wilson's parents, Mr. and :Mrs.J. from the LOWEST_possible rates. POTTEDMEAT :
week visit with Rev. and Mrs. of Pensacola are visiting Mrs.'. D. Sasser Jr. ;I,'
Marvin Faile. Miss Toles is Mrs. Owens' parents .Mr. and Mrs.i'I, :Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson Harden-, STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY 3 20o .79c 5'I .oz.
Faile's sister. Bert Christoffers.. They plan to. bergh and daughters Deedle and Am Cans4&P3 23c
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper were spend two weeks in Keystone. I.Dotty, are in Charleston, S. C.,"| Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone
weekend visitors in Chiefland Miss Marlyn. Rushton, daughter visiting her mother, Mrs. H. S'j
with 'the James Coopers, and at- of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rushton, Hiers.
tended the watermelon festival has returned to Fuorida Southern The Community Church Woman I k 2S5 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. tl

there Saturday. College at Lakeland. and the Lioness Club both held I ; t" JJtelltJ
)tr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kargis and I bake sales near the post office SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE upel'i9

and daughter Gail visited Mr. and daughters Judie and Mary Lout I last Saturday morning. A finan- .. .
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the holiday weekend. _
air and Mrs. G. L. Robertavisited

in St." Augustine Monday,.. .... ..-... .. Fla. Grade A "Super-Right" I
far the 4th of Julyholiday. | White Beacon, lb 27c"SuperRight"
Mr. and Mrs. Willard M. Jones ,
visited in Cocoa .on the 4th Dressed and Drawn ,
Miss Peggy Dyal left Mondayto Get on the. Bacon Squares lb c"SuperRight"
return to Washington, D. C.
Country Style Fresh .

'Hampton after a with two-week her family.vacation in \ Pork Sausage Mb Bag 33c

Joe Sunday E. Williams evening of Tampa in Hamptonwith .visited \ f R Y E R S Smoked"Super-Right": Sausage Skinless, Cooked 12-oz 39c Pkg

J. W. Home. :Mr. Horne, I
who has been ill at his home forth j. ALL GOOD Sugar Cured Sliced

last two weeks, has greatly BANDWAGON Lb. Breakfast Bacon lb 47c,

improved. ?\ Baths Black Hawk Fancy

Mr. and Mrs., Mrs.Raleigh Nora Brannen Layfieldand C Dried Beef 1.4 lb bag 29c
and family
:. 4 5
C. W. Slade attended the : .. ..... "Super-Right" Freshly Ground
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in Chief "GBb' _
land Watermelon Saturday.Festival C ,' _.. :<< .: Hamburger 3 Ibs $1.00

Mr. and Mrs. James Broome and -- I'Z5E552Z5HSH5Z5S5Z5H525H5HS2SZS252S2SZ e 1
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family of Orlando visited relatives l I "w;:; ImtJ .
'in Hampton for the weekend. At- : .
a fourth of July picnic .. ,
tending -
the
Monday were Mr. and :Mrs. ,,'k.or: Je'P.
Broome and family of Orlando
and Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Williamsand r I fancy Large Green (

family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ,
Haddock and son, and Mr. and during our SUMMER BANDWAGON SELL-A-BRATION CUCUMBERS 2 For 9C s
Mrs. Dan Johnson, all of Hamp- it 1
ton; and Mrs. Versie Barnes of
Palatka who has been visiting Large Red Ripe Juicy'WATERMELON _

.the Johnsons. For *
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and f 3 $4.00
daughters and Mrs. Ruth :Mills of
Fallon, Nevafla, visited the Steph- Llp
in Foster Memorial in White FRESH SWEET Lb
Springs Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
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Mills left Lake City that after- ; .r : '> CORNDoz 49CARMOUR'S
noon for Nevada after a few days' .
visit in Hampton with her daughter STAR., it
Mrs. Hill, and family.
Miss Jessie May Brannen of :1 Q Deviled Ham 3-oz Can 17c

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I FRIDAY JULY 8, 1935
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Meetings Staged Slade Becomes Rotary Chief '''Missionary Meeting ----- --- ---_--
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By Baptist GroupsThe I Slated Next Monday

Lorena Epperson Circle of In Raiford ChurchA

the First Baptist Church met
I Tuesday morning with Mrs. J. A. missionary from Kentuckywill '
Griffin at Camp Blanding for a be the featured speaker at

covered dish luncheon and meet- '! the annual youth rally of the
Gladys Mooty ; 4i New River Association's Wom .
Phone 35agI ng.Mrs.. : T an's Missionary Union in the
: R. B. Alvarez, circle chairman -.

-.-_ II J-j-r rJ-r 541 I ,., II"I opened th meeting with i ir First Baptist Church at Raiford !
Monday, July 11. !
prayer. Mrs. H. A. Lawson led !
the devotional. A program on ; Theme of the rally will be i- \jIiI .j
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1.' missions was given by Mrs. M. r'V "Use My Hands," with :Mrs.
'f''J" F. Hazen and :Mrs. Lawson. Mrs. Charles Darby young people's I Church 1

; ,;-/., Ona Cotton dismissed the meet- 'I leader, in charge. 1i
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.,; ing with prayer. The business session will be :
". J'r.. At the noon hour, the six mem- I S conducted by :Mrs. Emma Lam- Wedding : l. \' I I
bers and two visitors enjoyed a arouex, president of the associa- j

delicious lunche.cn. ..,CJ\".. t
The theme for the ::TLL tion.All h,,,, .
program WMU ladies are urged to Of Miss :." -' \ _
month the World
was Baptist
; be present. Sandwiches are appropriate : .
Alliance, which meets in London _
August i this month for the Golden Jubliee since the meeting will
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extend from 10 a. m. to 1 m.
1 Baptist celebrating work.50< years of joint k1 : p. Casey And Nk A. .i \ .

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Party Friday Honors
Wedding The local Baptist circles met as

follows: IMrs. T. H. Slade Jr. Mr. Noegel
: The Dora Alderman Circle with _

Mrs. J. B. Sapp as hostess and Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr. was honor-
Slated T. H. Sladc Sr. (right) took over the gavel of the Starke Rotary Club
Mrs. James Lewis as leader. ed at a delightful Coca-Cola party '
Wednesday. A. J. Thomas Sr. officer for the
The presiding past year,
Daisy Fowler Circle with last Friday morning given by Pictured
: Mrs. Maxie Carter as hostess and is pictured while turning over Rotarj's affairs to Slade. Slade pre- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. Fred

By Miss F4. S leader. sided for the first time this week. Guy at the Adkins' summer homeon .

\ The Ida Darby Circle with Mrs. Kingsley Lake.
: -- Carl Mathews as hostess and lead-
ir. A Lovely arrangements of multi-
Hutchings er.The colored zinnias and magnolia
Lorena Epperson Circle leaves were used in decorating the
with Mrs. H. A. Lawson as hostess party rooms for the occasion. An
and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez as leader. artistic
arrangement of pine cones
The Helen Masters Circle with and fruit centered the refreshment
Mrs. L. O. Hazen as hostess and Pictured are Miss Judith Ree Casey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.

Mrs.- Frank Beard as leader. table.Mrs. L. Casey and Mr. Leonard M. Noegel, fosier son of Mr and Mrs. J.
E. L. Matthews and Mrs.D. .
__The Ethel Biggs Circle with T. Quigley, as they were joined in wedlock June 25 in the Fundamental
A. Monteith assisted the
Mrs. Leola Roberts and Mrs. M. Gospel Tabernacle. The Rev. Wilbur Scott of Gainesville officiatedat
-- --.,."... _11 ... L. Lawson Thanks to all of you lovely peo-j Mabel St., and the Sidney Jack- hostesses in serving, and passing
as hostesses at Mrs.Roberts' the double ring .
ple who were kind enough to scold sons have moved into the Tucker trays were Misses Margaret Rose ceremony.The
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus R. Hut- in Eustis,' where she is employedas home'and Mrs. Normanas the editor for omitting this department apartment.*... The J. E. (Bill) Duncan, Jane Richarde and Joan bride is a 1955 graduate of Bradford High School, and the

chings announced the engagementand office manager with Foremost leader. last week ....Seems he Walls, who recently sold their Scholl. groom is a graduate of Toccoa Falls Institute in Georgia. He now
The Lottie Moon Circle with
approaching marriage of their Dairies. had to make room for all those motor court, are renting the Paul Mrs. Slade was presented witha is associated with his foster father in Quigley and Davis Building
Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mrs. J.: A.
daughter, Dorothy Montilyn, to I Mr. Green graduated from Eu- Moncrief as hostesses and Mrs. June weddings and picked on me Knight bungalow on Laura St. ..-. piece of her chosen silver pattern Supplies.
Richard Arlen Green, 8on of Mrs. stis High School in 1948. He ser- as the most "expendable" item The J. E. Tomlinsons are rentingthe from her hostesses as a
James B. Green of Eustis and the ved four years in the Navy and L. G. Powell as leader. around .. Nice to know I have Bessent garage apartment on memento of the occasion. Recent Birth:
The Annie
Armstrong and Doris You are hereby notified that a
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late Mr. Green. currently employed as assist- friends, however and I bet he'll Madison and the Connie Clarks suit for divorce
ant manger of the A and P Storeat Knight Circles enjoyed a joint think twice 'before dropping me I have moved from the Newcomb : The Starke Maternity Hospital has been filed against you In the
Miss Hutchings graduated from Eustis. meeting and supper at the home Christian Church above named Court and cause and
again! .. Didn't even get to house to the Shull house on La- announces the following births: you are required to serve a copy of
Bradford High School in 1951 and The wedding will be an event of Mrs. Mildred Cuttino. Leaders teil you about one of the biggest I fayette the W. A. Spears are I Ladies Hold Meet Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodge of,. your answer or pleading to the
were Mrs. G. P. Raymond and f mplalnt en the Plaintiff Attorney
fs at ,present residing with her of August 16 at the home of Miss "scoops" of the season the renting the Cermenaro house on Starke, a daughter, Mary Frances, Hans G. Taenzler, Jr.. 109 Law-
grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Hooten, Hutchings' parents in Starke. I Mrs. P. I. Nolin. marriage of Pearl Burnham Oak St.Hear. I The Ladies Council of the First born July 3. Exchange_ Funding, Jacksonville,

(friendly.cashier at Koch's) and W. that Harry Green recently Christian Church met in the: Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes of and Florida file the original In the office
Mrs. Lane Honored .. The big Church Sanctuary Tuesday night Starke of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Edwards. Steve born
M., (Mitch) caught a 90-pound tarpon at May- a son, Foster or before the
With Stork ShowerMrs. event took place at Folkston, Ga. [port Lib and Gil Newcomb !with Circle No.1, Audrey Kite, July 4.The 8 day of August 1955;
leader. otherwise the allegation of said
THANKS A MILLION! on June 2? ... Hear that Pearl and sons, Chuck and Bryan are Doctor's Complaint will be taken as confessed -
will continue at Koch's for a vacationing in Toronto, Canadafor I The program chairman, Mrs. Hospital an- by you.
: W. A. Solano entertainedat nounces the following births: This notice shall be publishedonce
Louise Newman offered the devotionaL
through -
a lovely stork shower honoringMrs. while-till everyone gets two weeks, visiting friends and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Davis of each week for four consecutive
vacationing and then she'll ... and The topic for discus- weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTYTJJLEGKAPH.
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN STARKE AND Bob Lane, Tuesday evening, relatives enroute Clyde sion Lawtey, a daughter, born July 5. .
Those
retire ... Bill (Evelyn) Sinclair are takingcare was friendship. taking Dated this 6 day of July 1955.
June 28 at 8 o'clock in the Selano: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Dukesof
VICINITYFOR The usual summer coming-and- of the Starke Motor Court .part were Mrs. Newman and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
home. Brooker, a daughter, born July Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Graceful arrangements of sum- going is under way full blast ... during their absence ... Hear that Ara Moitt. 6. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
YOUR WONDERFUL PATRONAGE THROUGH York I i Mrs. W. L. Andrews 7,8 4t 7,29
mer flowers were used in the Lillian Stump flew to New |Janice and Rodney Hall are honey- presidedover
THE YEARS. party rooms for the occasion. last week for a combined businessand mooning at the E. J. Dowling cot- the business meeting. Plans NOTICE OP INTENTION TO NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M 1KB

I Appropriate games were played pleasure trip ... while there tage .on Kingsley ... Nice to were made to have the young Notice REGISTER is hereby FICTITIOUS given that\ME the .\PPLI\TIO'i DISCHIRGBProbate FOR FINAL

during the evening by th 25 she attended a reunion of the I know that Drew and Ada Edwards people choir practice and Endeavor -undersigned under the provisions of Law 1933)
With A Great Deal Of Pride We Cordially Invite guests. $ Army outfit in which she was a I are back with us and are. rentingthe on Friday at 4 p.m. Leaders Chapter of 1941 will 20.953 register Laws! of with Florida the Clerkof Acts In Court Bradford of the County County Judge

Mrs. Evelyn Bradley assisted [lieutenant (nurse) during WWII i Kitty Andrews house at Madison -for this phase are Mrs. Betty the Circuit Court In and for Mate of FloridaIn
You To Attend ,The Sherwood Mrs. Cleo Bradford County State of Florida. re the Estate of Fannie M. Green.
Nookie Harley.
Mrs. Solano in serving and caringfor Also visited Dick and and Church Drew has and upon receipt of proof of publica- deceased.
the guests. Fowler in Alexandria, Va. ... II signed up with Humphreys and,is Vacation Bible School was also tion of this notice the fictitious IV PROBVTE
Opening OfDUCKY'S name of: Bradford Motor Court. under -
is back on the job ... The next TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERNNotice :
Fuller the
Bertha working at Highland plant planned. social meetingfor which we are engaged in business is hereby given. that Lor
at the Telegraph after a couple of I The W. D. Thomases recently!I both circles will be Tuesday. Starke.at 112 Florida.N. State Road 200. enzo D. Green filed his final reportas

months with her motner in uiua-" j'purchased the Newcomb house on night, July 19, with :Mrs. Novis i interested in said business That the are parties: Malcolm Fannie administrator M. Green of deceased the estate that he of

DEPARTMENT STORENO. home .,. Lu Green was home_for I Qrange St., and have moved in ... 'I Ward. Pownall.Pownall Starke and wife.Fla. ElizabethM. has filed his petition for final; discharge I
Chiropractichas and that he will
the weekend from Miami where Every dog has his day, you Dated this 8th day of July, A.TX, the Honorable Theron A.apply Yawn.to
she is attending a five-week summer know and the 4th of July was Methodist WSCSCircle 195S Florida.at Starke, Bradford County, County Judgr of-Bradford County
because it Florida, on the 8th day of August
rapidly at the Universityof
grown band
camp certainly THE day for Chippy, 7/8 4t i/:9 1955, for approvaj of tame and for
LAWRENCE BLVD. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS does not treat symptoms but Miami .. Leon and Harold Dolly Sullivan's curb setter ... 2 of the Methodist WSCS NOTICE-TO APPEAR final discharge as Administrator of
removes the cause of physical and daughters have fa the estate of Fannie }L Green, deceased -
Hazelwood Circuit
Seems the Sullivans were havinga met Tuesday afternoon in the Court Bradford Co..ty. on this 8th day of July, 1955.
FRIDAY JULY 8TH ailments by removing nene moved to Jacksonville where they steak fry in their yard for seven educational building with Mrs. L. Richard Florid L.t IB T. Greene Chaarery., Plaintiff, vs. Lorenzo D. Green, Administratorof
pressure along the spine. have bought a home .. The Guy guests that evening andhad_ in- D. Green as hostess. Followingthe Guillermir.a R. Greene, Defendant.Case Green the estate deceased.of Fannie M.

FREE PRIZES REFRESHMENTS Below is such a case: Cheadles have sold their home" vested a small fortune in seven devotional by Mrs. T. J. Grif- I!aotlee\ To Appeari ?\o. 10-1072 VS 4t 729
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south of Blanding Blvd. and have huge pound-and-a-half steaks ... fin, Mrs. Titus Olson gave an interesting To! : Cuillermlna R. Greene, whose
*' WOMAN; Age 53. Had severe moved to Somerset, Ohio .. As the steaks were done they were discussion onthe em- residence Puerto Rico.and address is: Aquadilla

Come See this Beautiful New Store and Inspect our low back pain, nervousness, Glad to hear that dairyman placed on a platter beside the barbecue 1 blem of the society. :Mrs. E. K. '

Large Stock of Fresh Merchandise Reasonably faulty elemmation and difficulty I Tom Graves returned home last I pit, and when Dolly went to :Ferryman is the new circle leader. .-JUTiI

Priced. We will continue to operate Ducky's in Starke sleeping since a minor accident I week from Lake Shore Hospital [count them there were, only six! .1

and Invite your Patronage at Both Stores. some months ago. ; Lake City, where he spent a I. She looked around fOr the culprit :Mrs. H. C. Ritch was hostess to 1.
I month following a heart attack I and found Chippy was really I Circle 1 of the First Methodist PULPWOOD IF'
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removed i
A the
.'-p Chiropractor I ... Regret to learn that Mamie ;enjoying HIS steak .... so Dolly I Church at her home Tuesday
nerve pressure which was causIng Brownlee (Mrs. Milton) will be went without and, like a model ]morning, July 5. The leader, Mrs.

her distress and the patient confined to bed for several monthsas :hostess, didn't tell her guests until ]H. H. Adams, presided over the PRODUCERSBring \

BUSINESS I DIRECTORYFor again enjoys good h ULBRL"G the result 'of that recent boat. the next day .. 1 business meeting. ,Ji.J

YOUR HEALTH accident ... Cpl. Ronald Andrewsleft II Twenty-eight guests enjoyed Committee chairman appointedwere Your Crew :,

Reliable Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop PROBLEMS TO TilE last week for his base in El, the barbecue and family gatheringat 1 :Mrs. T. H. Slade, member-

Starke Business Firms Toro, Calif. after 30 days leave I the Noegel camp at Cedar j ship; Mrs. J.: R. Wainwright, TOFARGO ,

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC' with the home folks -. .. He'll be Landing on the Ochlawaha River, I status of women; Mrs. H. C. 1HE 1MPV4NB EJ.SANT.: ,

stationed there until his discharge Sunday and Monday ... There I Ritch special project. 14 BEAUTIFUL\ BiRO MA.KE& IT$
I on Jan. 21 Add folks I envy: were the Stanley and Billy Noegel An' interesting talk on Indian GA. HOME. ON Ifct *ROOF OF THE.

I I I CLINIC Buddy and'LU Bishop, Juniug and families of Starke, the Medford :reservations was given by Miss i iI iI I VvWUJl.TWt HIMALAYAN MOUM1A1NS.
HIGH TESTED OPEN SUNDAY Virginia Smith and Bill and Alyce Shealey family from the State ,Amy Coburn. I DUETS IfcE HARD HUH1-
I 2 blocks north of Post Office :IN& IN THESE MOUNttmSTHEJ
:THICK WALL Graham who're enjoying a cruiseup
I .1/.1I / In Starke Farm and other out-of-towners t SeeDYALWOOD I 'JMPEYAN PHEASANT 15 CONSIDER.
Phone 108 (or is down?) the Suwannee Other 4th of July gatherings Junior Women Picnic : 10 TW XX.C* GAME.&RDS) W!
River this week Carol Ann &R:) MEH..e .
A.M.
7:30 10:30
CONCRETE Office hours daily except Thurs. ? [included the annual supper for the i. __a a ttt,
12:30 8:00 P.M. 9to12 1:30to5:30 Pickett and her cousin, Harrell [Telegraph staff and families at The Junior Women's Clul ----- --- -
Katz of Miami killed a. four- the Matthews cottage on Kings- ]Luncheon and swimming part I
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Evenings and Thursday I! Are you aware that you family
BLOCKSAnd foot rattler with five rattles anda [ley... 1I will be held Thursday, July 14 I
I by appointment and friends will appreciateyour
FULL LINE OF I button near the new school gym I Word comes from Ada (Mrs. ;at the Officer's Club at Camp INC. i iI ? It's the
I I last week ... 1 Blanding. I photograph one
GROCERIESWEST [Lemuel) Colson that she's-leaving
READY-MIXED If of those who think\ Lunch will be at 12:30 I gift you alone can give There'sno
you're one, :Texas on July 15 for Long Valley, served GOOD CUTTING
END you have all the bad luck, just N. J. for a visit of several months I Reservations must be made with finer present than a life-like
CONCRETEPhone look what happened to Martha with daughter Marjorie (Mrs. E.J J Sarah Torode by Tuesday morning, MACHINE LOADING portrait that will live forever.

GROCERYWELDING Yancey .. Last week she an- J.) Wilt ... Incidentally, _hear';July 12.Sorority. Don't wait drop by today.
94 I'/I swered the phone in such a hurry ;that E. J. (Buddy) Wilt H just BIG QUOTAS I II

.' that she knocked a piece off a received his masters degree in : PicnicThe I
BRADFORDENGINEERING front tooth with the receiver ... political science from the Univer-

CO. -h. then on the 4th she got such a sity of Michigan and has been Beta Sigma Phi sorority
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Sun., Mon., Tues. severe sunburn at the beach that offered a scholarship in Iran ... J rave a picnic dinner Monday of This Is A Salvage Job STUDIO AND GIFT STOP
July 10,11,12DOUBLE she was sick in bed all day Tues- Add coincidences: among the visitors I last week for their husbands and

FEATURE day and couldn't return to her i who saw Tom Slade takeover I boy friends at the E. W. Hayes With A, Heavy Cut

24 Hour ServiceALL CAST IRON BRASS Seven Angry MenWith shop until Wednesday afternoon as president of Rotary Wednesday I cottage on Kingsley Lake. . .

CAST STEEL ... was his brother. ,Will whois Swimming and boating was enjoyed .
AUTO REPAIRS .1R
KINDS Raymond Massey and Bebro Hear that Charles Kirkland and president of Kiwanis in Baxley, : by the 35 members and - -

WRECKER SERVICE CUMBER'SWELDING Paget Jan :Mundorff have been chosen Ga. .. ,,guests before a delicious dinner

Phone 9118 SHOP ANDValley.of Counselors at Boy Scout Camp Hear that the James Crosbys 'was served.

Phone.248-J Head near Jacksnville for the next eight have bought the Dewey Warren

THOMAS TRUCK Cor. 10th &; Thompson weeks Incidentally, Charles house in Pinehaven and that Woodmen Circle Meet H JOHNSON MOTORSSEE
TERMINAL '- HuntersWith was selected for a merit award on Dewey. Hazel and family have

\\ Mile South on 301 Christine Larson TV last week Congratulations! moved to Statesboro Ga. where Supreme Forest Woodmen Cir-
Also Cartoon Kenneth Tyus returned recently he'll be sales representative for..cle members will meet with Mrs. THE COMPLETE LINE AT

CONEY ISLAND from a three-months radar Gulf Oil out of Savannah W. L.. Andrews Tuesday, July 12,
school near Norfolk Va. ... Ver- The James Drew family have at 8 p.m. All members are ask-
Wed., Thurs. July 13, 14
DRY CLEANINGWE SANDWICH SHOP DOUBLE FEATURE non Underhill was home for a few moved into their home in Saratoga ed to attend this social meeting. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

FOREMOST ICE CREAM days recently from the Air Force Heights ... John and Betty

I AND MILK The Big Tip Off base at Albany, Ga. Little Deas are surely enjoying their

Sandwiches Of All Kinds With Richard Conte Celeste and Denton DeVoe are new mahogany Carter Craft on| PHONES: 45 AND 333

Open 8 a.m.- 10:30p.m. AND- very sad these days Seems Kingsley ... Hear that Comer DO YOU LIKE
CALL FOR I ALL DAY SUNDAYTenth someone picked up their two little Long will arrive home July 9 after I

AND DELIVER Hitch Hike ToHappiness white kittens in front of their"two months in the Canal Zone ... .
Street I
home, on 9th street the other' Janet Hardy celebrated her 8th HATS?
Phone 135 night... They'd like very muchto birthday on June 30 with a gala BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY
i With Al Peace get them back ... I PARRAKEETS
party for 15 friends ... Barry T
NEW METHOD Also Cartoon :Martha and Husey McClane and Firth celebrated his 9th on June Join the
CLEANERS HERB'SKING sons arrived from Atlanta last 30 with a' luncheon and theatre Baby birds easily trained, full of love

Bob Green 315 Temple Are. I Fri., Sat. July 15, 16 Friday to spen July at the Owen party for eight, and Frank Bebee "DO IT YOURSELF'At /I and affection. JIake wonderful pets.

I II I II KONE DOUBLE FEATURE Griffin cottage on Kingsley ... recently entertained 12 young A Millinery Class All In full plumage in all colors. Blues

Massacree CanyonWith Others enjoying the cool breezesat friends at a hamburger fry in observance in all shades. Yellows, greens, and

..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSchwinn DRIVE-IN Kingsley are George and Betty of his 13th birtday white. Also yellow-faced blues. All

Bicycles Package Milk Shakes Phil Carey Totter and Audrey Manassa and children, who are in Sue Deas was 8 on July 6 ... FIRST LESSON raised and acclimated to our Florida
the Week's Fri. climate. Hundreds
And ANDPHFFFT July 15 to choose from.
AM:\ REF.tIRINGSAWS Starlings have moved into the another milestone on July 5 ... ,

FILED KING KONES Kopelousos house on Sinclair St. Well, I'm certainly glad we For Further OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND
LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED I ... Paul and Orrie Hutchings have came through-the 4th without any InformationWrite

Simpson Bike ShopS. S DELICIOUS With Also Judy Serial Holiday and&Cartoon Jack Carson L moved from the Kaufman house bad mishaps, so let's keep up the Box 823-31: BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARMOn
S REFRESHING I to the Wells farm south of town good record during the rest of the

Walnut St.AAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAI. '' .. .. -- .. ,i I ,'., Leonard and Judy Noegel are year ... Starke, Fla. Highway 21 Keystone Heights
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I' r .,. II '" Dr. and Mrs. Pete Felos spent Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade. and I I I Mrs. Edna Wallace of Palatka! Mr. and Mrs John Rasmussenwill I t i i i I Mrs. Warren Perkins and Mrs.

the weekend in Englewood visitingDr. spent the weekend in Eustis visit- children of Baxley, Ga., arrived and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis of leave today for a four Annie Colson had as dinner guests t

and Mrs. L Konstantinu. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. I?{. Hooten Sunday to spend two weeks in the Tampa were, Sunday visitors of visit with relatives in weeks'l Wednesday :Mr. and Mrs. T. J. [

Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green had as and Miss Montie Hutchings. Mrs T. H. Slade guest house at Kings- Mrs. Frank Hoover. N. Poppell of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. I

Fourth of July guests at their Hutchings' mother, Mrs. Hooten ley Lake Mrs. Edward Charbaneau of St. J.Mr.. and Mrs. A. E. Spielman of E. R. Poppell and Mr; and Mrs !

cottage on Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Y. returned with her for a weeks Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rimas of Petersburg is visiting friends here Pittsburg Kan., have been visit- Eugene Sanchez of St Augustine. I

A. Harris Mrs. Esther Letchworthand visit Tampa were recent visitors of for a few days. ing Mr. and :Mrs. Leo Championand Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Poppell were

THE NEWS :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lawson. I Mr. and :Mrs. Jess Simmers and family.Mr. enroute to Washington D. C., for I

Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles sons are spending from Tuesdayto Mrs. Mattie Gahagan Is leav- children of Sulphur Springs were : and Mrs. Tony Staub of a visit with their children Mr. and

Harris, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Saturday in Miami ing today for an indefinite visit I Monday guests of' Mrs. Mae Patterson X J., were overnight I Mrs. Dee Van Wagenon and Lieut
I I I II II"It. I Sr and },{r. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Mrs. J. H. Griggs of Cornellia, with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Ga Woody. guests of Mrs M. Hochburger. i: Jay Poppell of the Air Force. I

and Mrs. Merrill Edwards }Ir. and Mrs. Garland Parnell' Jr. of Starke. Ga., is spending this week with hagan in Bluffton, S. C. and with

and family visited Mr. and Mrs. of Savannah, Ga., were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Gahagan in I

J. N. Bevis_at Silver Lake on :Mon- guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. and daughter_ Flora, left Wednes- [and Mrs. T. H.. Slade Jr. Savannah Beach, Ga., and other -

Duncan.Mr. day afternoon to join their daughter Andrew N. Grady of Barberton, relatives. J -- .. -" -- --- '

day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. rancher of and Mrs. N. R. Hardy and Joanne, in Cienfuegos, Cuba, Ohio, returned to his job at Bab- Mrs. Lloyd Green and son, Ar- ;? Jf : ''!' $ 1ii
cocks and Wilcox after : = r7-:
Birmingham, Ala., spent the week- family of Pompano Beach and for the weekend.Mr. spending a two weeks Corp.vacation chie, .and D. Ritch Green were in : : __ ___ .. .. .
end with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gay of Jack and Mrs. Ernest Smith and Daytona Beach Monday visitingMrs. --- -
P. D. Fancber. sonville were weekend guests of family of Orangeburg, S. C., spent,[:with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. Green's father, J. W. Aber-

Mr, and :Mrs, O. W. Bates and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr. the first of the week with the J. Grady at 317 S. Redgrave St. nathy, who has been seriously ill BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY STARKE{ "North Florida's Growing
Mr
daughters of State Farm and Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Jr. and L. S. Hutto family. The Hutto I' and Mrs. W. F. Edwards, following an operation. I Calendar of Events Industrial Area"
Mr.
family also had as weekend guestsMr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth, }[rs:
Gail Duke of'Starke family.Mr. .
are spending Leah Bauknight Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solano and
this week at St. Petersburg Beach. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Jr.I and Mrs.. T. F. Hutto and and Mrs. of Jacksonville, daughter of Starke and :Mrs. Mildred -
S.
S.
Johnson of
Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett and children, Jan and Robbie of i family of Jacksonville.Mrs. I Plant Latham and daughter of
City are guests of Mrs. W. H.
and son, Kim, of Tampa and Col. Bethlehem, Pa., have spent the, T. H. Slade Sr, entertainedat Struth and Philadelphia Pa., spent the weekend
and Mrs. H. C. Wall and children past ten days with the senior a buffet luncheon for 23 guests-I Lt. Miss Kate_ Struth. in Miami visiting :Mr.: and 1
Jamie (
11 te
j Worley of Elgin Air
of SU Augustine were weekend Perrymans at Kingsley Lake. Wednesday honoring Mrs. Force Mrs. Perry Kite Jr.
Griggs of Cornellia, Ga., and her!:(' Base was guest of Mr. and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Mrs. ..
Claude Crowson last weekend.Mr. '--
Smith Mrs. Charles Meyers and son, Jimmy, and Miss Joan Hen daughter, Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr. of ,..,--- .. .. --
and -- -''' '-
Mrs. Ned
and
daughter, Sandi, of Jacksonvilleare !derson of Tampa were weekend Starke. children Yancey
spending this week with the guests of Mrs. A. C. Durden and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand day at St.spent Sunday and Mon- Now Open
Augustine Beach.
children visited Mrs. Barks-
Smiths. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Mrs. O. L.
Mr, and Mrs. Lewin Sweat and. Beasley spent Sunday and Monday dale's grandmother, Mrs. J. H. had Major and Mrs. H. H. Adams

family of Lakeland were weekend with friends in Fernandina. McAlhany in Reidsville, S. C.,I'cottage as Sunday guests at their SMITTY'SBARBER I
on Kingsley Lake Dr. and '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Beach. Monday and Tuesday of last week!Mrs t ( 1
Johns. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang of while enroute home from their i(,, Mark Adams and children of
state Farm and }{r. and Mrs. SHOPCourt
D.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jordan of Miami are spending ten days with two week vacation in the Smokey !E. Adams
of Jacksonville.
Shreveport La., are visiting their Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and Mountains.
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. :Misses Dolores :McKnight and I I Mrs. W. A. Colley and son. Carr, Street Opposite ABSOLUTE UNRESERVED
and his daughter, Miss Barbara Court House
Mrs.: J. G. Holton and son and Miss Dorothy Ross spent the Carolyn Edwards spent Sunday!'
danghter-In-law, JJr. and Mrs. holiday weekend in Homesteadwith afternoon at Jacksonville Beach..1. Colley, spent Sunday and Monday o All Start at 2:00 P.M. All Open for Inspection at

Eston Jordan. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .: Mr. and Mrs. Randall ChUty with relatives in Jacksonvilleand YOUR PATRONAGE

Mrs. R. F. Prather and daughter B. Ross, and family.Mr. spent the weekend at Silver I( Mr. Colley and Barbara spent WILL BE GREATLY ,on Day of Auction 10:00 A.M. Day of Auction
Monday at Jacksonville
Sandra, of Jennings, Ga, are and Mrs. George Quinney of Springs. Beach. APPRECIATED
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle Jacksonville were Fourth of July Miss Marilyn Kessel of Palatkais Ga.Miss, Mandy Deas of Valdosta, I Mon., July 18 Tues., July 19 Wednes., July 20
spent the weekend
and Mrs. Fay Gill for the monthof I guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. spending this week with Miss with Mr.
July. Slade Sr. Carolyn Pellum.Mr. and Mrs. John Deas Jr. D. H. SMITH FLORAL MOTEL HOME INVESTMENT PINEHURST TOURIST
and Mrs. John Mathis of Mrs. J. H. Fields and her son,
Mrs. Orie Wiggins returned Mr. and Mrs."Eaton Jordan and COURTOwner
Alabama the weekend with Charles Fields, and her sister-in- 8 Completely Furnished Units INCOME '
home Tuesday from St. Vincent'shospital children spent the past two weeks spent Owner & Operator"And
law, Mrs. T. D. Stroud of
Jackson- Trailers
Mrs. Apt. Grocery -
where she was confinedfor vacationing at Lake Santa Fe and Roy Hofmeister.
:5-Room Owners Residence and 8th Sts.
Comer of
two weeks following surgery.Mr. New Smyrna Beach. :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and ville attended a family reunion at Cherry Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment

and }{rs. Herb Thomas and Mrs. B. Katz and son, Harrell children were guests of Mr. and Lake Panasoffee. on July 1 to 3.: U. S. Hwy. SOI, _2 Miles North 2-Story, 4 Apartment Home Stock
Floor
Mrs. C. C. Deas in Haines Mrs. Stroud spent Sunday and 5 Rental Unit Building, 1 liny. 100 Inside South City
daughter; Kathleen spent this and Mrs. Ruby Kehoe of Miami City of City
week In Key West on a businessand were guests last week of Mr. andMrs. over the weekend. 'Monday with Mrs. Fields here.. Large landkcaprd &ro.8dlall., .*. Limits
Mrs. Charles Fields and Buildings are of masonry contraction fcchool and III health force ..11
complete
Dr. A. A. Boggus Jr. and Miss ---- --- son, Wayne F I. S. 301. near -
.
pleasure trip: C. W. Pickett. cieelleut .
| spent the weekend rendition lI"art.f huKlnen dUtrlet. propout (owner lau. your train
Chloe Pipper of Atlanta were with her need light around raves of roof ertlen tip-top condition, high Jlro. roll" operating-going bus-
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.. v Urge ..Ur..h'drl.. aign; rate occupancy laconic Jlreta..** of 1-,....., bldir, grocery,
White Sr. choice ground with fine shade, du(" r.1 excellent location home neat, aa.. court, choice location
Jimmy Chasteen at Kingsley Lake.,. large highway frontage, great of" apt., and the l-.tory hide Ih,7. 100 grocery. member
Mr. and Mrs..Gene Hapner and Mrs. Leslie Sapp the former depth affords opportunity for of 3 metal units completed 18:11. .f Cooperative_..., A .oc. of
Pat expanitlaa a going and prospercompletely fnrnikhed, are 3 sep.rata all Mock and flituren,
6 Piece Sieg, and
four children of Jacksonville were daughter, Laura, of ou* bahlnrxN, ideal location; quick crate bldg. nhich can be bought onSei4 quarter furnifthedi ....
I weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs.C. .I Gainesville were visiting Miss Ann .drive. to numerous attraction; separately' or altogether. Plarhamt TourUt f'ourt .f 7 cottage -
: 'Johns on .atoarl..t traffic at door; .; large ground for ...-
MAPLEDINING | J. Houpt. Monday.Mr. other Interekt force ..1.. air & Mrs. Fred Leonhard, .....
.
Strickland and Mrs. Hickey Green of
f Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Mr. & Mrs. H. A. Fox
Lake Owners Owners Mrs Anna Albrecht, Owner
Sr. of Daytona Beach spent the City were weekend guests of

ROOMPhone weekend with the. junior Strick- [Mr. and Mrt. Ray Saunders. I
lands. I! Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wells and

Mr. and Mrs. William Spitze of I sons, Mike and. Jimmy, flew back promise to take her to

SUITE Long Island, N. Y., spent the past,|I Ito Alaska, near Anchorage, last dinner once a week at The rLT.1TTTofl r1

80 Starke, Fla. week at Nollman's Village and i(Friday evening. The Wells came GU1DO.V Restaurant.
I have moved to Silver Lake where here a year ago from Alaska.

they have purchased a home. I/I They plan to spend two or three I She's sweet as sugar

4 Chairs 1 Dropleaf Table :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and son,I years in Alaska and then return don't let her change
here.
Franklin, spent the weekend in Sugar melts

1 China Cabinet Valdosta Ga., as the guests of I I Reddish 1C Airman and Mrs. Dolph over a hot range! 1 __ ; 11 1 1 t&Mf w M mmm
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon.Mr. I of West Palm Beach

.- and Mrs. Brad Locke and spent the weekend with their par-
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Key were ents, Sheriff Band Mrs. P. D. Red- GUIDON GRILL I

weekending at St. Augustine dish and Mr. and Mrs..D. W. Car.
Beach. penter. TERMS: 20% Down at Auctions BalWrite For Descriptive Brochures
Forehand and Mrs.J. Cpl. Wesley Ronald Andrews George Kopelousos, Owner
Mrs. D. C. left ance To Be Announced at Sales LET US SELL FOR YOU!
Monday for Eltoro
daughter
G. Pritchett and Calif.,I Starke, Fla.
Paigeof Albany Ga., are spending where he will be stationed until

a week at the T. H. Slades on Jan. 21. Then he will be discharged .
Lake. from service. -
Kingsley
Miss Ann Doster of Camilla I Mrs. Warren Perkins and E. R. rI

Ga., and Miss Hildarene. Jacksonof Poppell left Thursday for two
Baconton, Ga., are guests fora weeks in El Paso Tex., with I

week of Col. and Mrs., T. T. their brother. J. W. Poppell, who

Long. is critically ill. .. g' ... ... "
Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. and children Mr. and :Mrs. D. Tryell of Port

e. I ,k 1 rp4f.l Ben Bob and Mary Lois of Redding N. J., were spend the
l : I Va., arrive next Wednesday day guests of Mrs. N. Hochburger. The Of AnINDEPENDENT
I ..... .... Norfolk Opening
Mr
and
? with Mfs. W.
..- ;:;- I for two weeks visit E. Lawson and o
|Mrs. Pope's mother, Mrs. A. Z. sons were dinner guests Sundayof

( Adkins at Kingsley Lake. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallingsin
I ut.J Mrs. Miriam Kickliter and Brooker.Mr. OIL COMPANY SERVICE STATION

1 daughter. Dorothy, of St. Augus- and Mrs. D. R. Shaffer of
t tine spent Sunday and Monday .Winter Park are spending two
H. Nollman. weeks with their daughter, Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. W.
.
Was $189.95 N-O-W They all spent Monday visitingthe Steve Weldon, and family.. -

Stephen Foster Memorial at Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moseley of -- ........
White Springs.Mrs. Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs.. W, ..

169.95I L. B. Chambers Jr. and I E. Lawson on July 4th. 1

son. Charles, are.spending this Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrick oi f f1 r I

I week with Mr. and Mrs. L. B., Sneeds spent last week with Mrs.

Chambers Sr. in Lake City: Patrick's mother Mrs. Steve 3011H.

.- .- Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Lyles of I Weldon, and family. Martha Wel
.- I Savannah Ga., were weekend don returned to Sneeds with her
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie brother-in-law and sister for. a

Sullivan.Mr. week's visit.
THEATRE and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Pearce. and

STARKE family visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil- [daughter, Gladys, of Pompano
lard Carmichael in Perry on Sun- Beach were weekend guests of .

[day morning. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas.
Dedicated To Community Service -
H. Goldsmithand
Mr. and Mrs. L.
Movie AM Better Than Ever" of Warner Robbins, Ga., u .... ...
sons
C. BROWN OWNER
L "F_ d: ,
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad were weekend guests 01 .air. anMrs.

ad out and it to Box Office for .. E. F, Miles. Owned and
cut present FREE TICKETS CoL and Mrs. J. A. Griffin are -AtutOWtciJtg [ Locally Operated .6 .

. SAT., JULY 9th ONLY Sun., Mon. July 10, 11 spending the weekend in Lakeland F-
DOUBLE FEATURE where they will attend the golden TEMPLE & PRATT STS. U. S. 301 STARKE, FLA.
of Mrs. Grif-
.-- ; Woman's Beauty andMan's wedding anniversary .
fin's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
I. McCULLOCHSUPER
He loved as he fought.O. ;. Temptation! Coker on July 10. -

like the savage he was! .. ] ?; M-G-M SPECTACLE of Mr.Pearson and ,Mrs.Ga.,Raymond were weekend Craig
Octane
Gas Has As As In Town
t "' : _CINEMASCOPEnd In __ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Our High or Higher Rating Any I Id

x 1| Paulk.
:i _
_
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand
Mr. and
rr I COLOR 1 Il Col.! and Mrs. J. A. Griffin /f. I

spent the Fourth at Lake Kerr. Per Gallon
l THEir Mrs. H. W. Moyer of Jacksonville -
av spent last week with her 337si AS MUCH AS 3 ;

PRODIGAL son-in-law and daughter Mr. and .
On Gasoline
J ir *...IANA TURNER Kingsley Frow Strickland Lake. and family at -

EDMUND.. PURDOM Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and ,
Plus "South Bound buckling" Car- children were at St. Augustine

toon and Latest World News. Beach on Sunday.V. .


'1fE c.-ar HNlCOL01l.ERNEST PHILLIPS emergency Doctor's. W. Strickland Hospital appendectomy underwent on Saturday an at Gille It A TrialCONVINCED And Be


f .CHARDDNHES1DNAND Tues., Wed. July 12, 13 afternoon. New Horsepower
, }I ) CAMILLE Mrs. Alma Compton of Jack- S New Wrap-around Handlebar .

sonville Beach was the weekend New Engine FeaturesFLORIDA
AND Plus "Tall Tale Teller" Cartoon '
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B
And Latest World News Mundy at Kingsley Lake. The : .

ETTA Mundys also had as Fourth guests i 0
LO YOUNG .
Thurs- Fri. 14 15CINEMASCOPE .4-
July Mrs. F. A. Moore, :Mrs. T. A. 0
JOSEPH COTTIN Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Harold .

InmBARRYMoREttfARu t fD Walters of Gainesville.Mrs. Now You Can Afford The Best
Mattie Greshum and Mrs >
"f ) #
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Sjw
Mildred Lawson were shoppingin :. ,

I IDU .f.. .I Jacksonville Saturday. e 1 -.. '. :: ,"',:. ;; .. ', : ;
OOllTLY1ID'I' '
,
.'" \ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ainslie of SAWCOMPANY Gasoline For _.. .--.r'. : .
Madison Ga., and their niece, -* -
l ra 11III tutlQ.r .. : ;' _--?, ;--f
Tto I'Mtr$ COLOII .o Mrs. JoAnn Smith Rowe from : : : :: '

the U. of Georgia, spent the week- .. ,

Plus "Dizzy Dishes" Cartoon and yE? end with Mr. and Mrs: Hogan 2727 N. W. 6th St. tj"101Ofl "l
two
Chap. ;No. 12 SerialCHARLIE raJTIg, Smith and family. o
\\JMl\GfR\ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Gainesville, FloridaPh. : '

OAKES son Mickey, returned home Monday .I 1
Plus "Howling Success" Cartoon .: Franklin 63411AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAA ..
weeks visit with rela-
from a _
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SUMMER CLEARANCE SALEWE

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MUST CLEAR. OUR STORE TO MAKE ROOM f FOR OUR NEW FALL MERCHANDISE .
'. YOUR GAIN IS OUR LOSS
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Tnmks Swim DOTS 1 49* Boy's SHIRTS 88e I SHORTS Ds;;; 9ge And Up SUITS SWIM\ I4! I SHORTS&UP 88d1

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'SPORoHIRTS; 1 17 1&UP [ R p BE IN S 9 I NYLON HOSE 77cSummer --


Clearance Sale '

SALE BEGINS FRIDAY x:00: A.M. ... NO EXCHANGE S ... NO REFUNDS

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LADIES DRESSES 99 LADIES SKIRTS 49 CatMin: 99LadIes
99 I Size 7.9 3 I I I &TIP I Bathing *

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CATALINAESSHORTSLadies 99 LADIES 99 0 .._ .__._VALUES_ __,.,. ._.TO_,$17.95_. _.. ,. ..., I
I HRNQBAGS'' Tax'c : :: : "":\;: :; :li. =- :: ;;
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Sport Shirts Swim Trunks Hats

Pushers. 6 uP' 49 88 49 1 -2 Blouses !.

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49 49 99 House *&up
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1 Group Girl's Boy's s Girl's Ladies Nylon
Dungarees 1 ;* 1 &UP 5 Dresses
Sandals Sandals Uniforms(

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lens Dress i Starke,Fla. R B/-SIl Starke, Fla. Uniforms I

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JULY 8, 1955 : : S :


Thomas Receives Legion Gift New Store Operator was gone. Sale AbandonedThe
Bradford Highway CondemnationCourt Mrs. Howe said she would be

Happy At ResponseJohn Sellers glad to make verbal reports to any Starke Garden dub has

interested .
W. Shay former forest group.Property abandoned its plan to sell mail

Jury Makes Final AwardsReturning ; ranger of Nassau County is well Wins boxes as a fund-raising project.
ExchangeMr.
5+ pleased with the public response to Club officials explained the
the recent of his Trip"
opening
verdicts which approximated 18.9 and 100 square feet respect- -r Surplus Store at 133 South Army Walnut and Mrs. J. R. Hixon of price of the boxes for the pro-
the appraised values, ively, $100 plus $60 lawyer fees. [ Street. Madeira Beach and Mr. and Mrs. posed sale would have made the
a 12-man circuit court jury in Parcel 139-L. A. and Lee Ferryman : 6a r- v Orval Culver of Brownlee. Road plan unfeasible. _
"Business has been
Judge John A. H. Murphree'scourt Davis ditch easement and I remarkably Starke recently decided to trade
recently settled the remaining 1.051 acres, $50, plus $55 lawyer i O condemnation suits which resulted fees; Parcel 80 A. B. and Ruth' the friendly way in,which the Tommy Sellers, the oldest son
from the county's road: Baker 27 square feet $20. I people of Starke and vicinity have of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Sellers of ate The the Hixons Culver will own and oper- Negro Gets Sentence '
farm west of
have received us." Jacksonville, won a trip to Wash
building program. State Road S18 (Crystal Lake ington, D. C. as a member of the Starke, while the Culver are Fred Blocker, negro, has been
These trials substantially wind Road.-Parcel 2. John D. and Marie Prior to his forest ranger job, to
Madeira Beach.
moving sentenced, for assault,
Schoolboy Safety Patrol at Fair- aggravated
the Shay was connected with an insurance -
up condemnation proceedings, Patterson and Singleton and ,,. ;
Hollis V. Knight, county attorney, Hazel C. McKay 1.966 acres and I: firm, working out of field Schoel. He is a grandson of to a year in the County Jail by

said, "and the verdicts were fair 950 square feet,'$125, plus $62.50 I T 1 A Gainesville. "I always liked Mr. and .Mrs. Isaiah Hardenbrookof YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- County Judge Alex Yawn.
_
to everyone concerned." lawyer fees; Parcel 4, Walter ___ Starke, on my frequent visits Starke.Chamber brook purse-size fountain pens in Blocker was involved in a cut-

Commenting on some of the Bruce Prevail .051 acres $30, plus 3 here," he said, "and when the time pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford ting scrape with a negro woman.
claims: Knight said that if one of $53 lawyer fees; Parcel 9, Fred ; j \came, for me to establish my own County Telegraph.VYYYVVVVVTYVVVVWWWVVvwww.

the property owners had been paidas and Clara B. :Mason. 2.708 acres; "t j ""' business, I naturally thought of Secretary . ...w.w.w..w..w....
:
he asked, the amount would $|300, plus $80 lawyer fees; Parcel 'l ; .: \l' ." '."- Starke as a location." Returns From TripMrs. "

have been at the rate of $],,000.000 ,- 11, William L. ,and Rose 1..1 I Shay and his son Jack, have I See Our Window i i
an acre.Actually (I Reynolds 5.6 and .151 acres respectively -j I I A handsome gift of luggage, as a token of esteem for his service to..I living quarters at the rear of the Marion Howe executive I. DisplayOF

the",highest price paidon $800, 'plus $130 law- the American Legion was presented by the local Legion Post to State[store. secretary for the Starke Chamberof 4
a square foot basis was the yer fees. Commander Arch Thomas Jr. (right) at the Legion's last meeting. Commerce, has returned from

$30$ awarded E. K. and Lois Peek The jury which elected J. F. Thomas a Starke attorney, was elected to the Legion's chief state ClothingFurnitureStore Chapel Hill, N. C.. where she at-

Perryman for 170 square feet of Jaudon as foreman, consisted of: post earlier this year.: Making the presentation is Cliff L. Curry, U. tended the Chamber's Southeastern LOVEBRIGH1DIAMONDS 4
their property, which works out J. W. Thomas Herbert Q. Par- S. Department of Agriculture supervisor now stationed in Lake City. To Open SoonA Institute. 4

tObe over $78,000 an acre. rish, Wm H. :Maxwell, Adam T.I Curry is immediate past commander of the Starke Post. Ben (Sarge) combination clothingfurniture Mrs. Howe said some Starke.. E

Here are the settlements as Green, L. B. Barry, Herbert F. Suslow headed up the committee which secured the luggage. store will open on East Call i products were awarded as prizes LARGE SELECTION OF
awarded: by the jury: CloversetUe, Willie Green Ancel Street within few 'at "Monte Carlo"
festivities
a days.C. at the
State Road 200 south of Starke Norman S. C.Harley N. F.Davis ( Ladies and Gents Nationally, Advertised
-Parcel -15R H. E. and AnnetteL. R. Williams, representativeof ',Institute. Given away were six Big
Tucker. .06 acres, $222.90 plus and W. T. Crosby. Hospital Awards Agricultural Shop the :M. R. Williams Credit,(Dad shirts and a lamp table from WATCHESWILLIAM'S
72.29 lawyer fees. Late this week, Knight stated Clothing Co., said the. store will the Bradford Furniture Corp.
that at the outset of the road Available MondaysThe handle all types of household I She said the Institute boasted i
State Road 100 (Madison Ave- ContractThe
building program, which more than X-Ray supplies, furniture and clothing 300 delegates, 30 of them from
in Starke Parcel 7, H. E. vocational agriculture shopat
nue )- doubled the hard-surfaced roads in JEWELRY 3
I Bradford School is The company has a furniture:!Florida. :Members of the StarkeWomen's
High open
036 ,
and Annette L. Tucker. acres
Bradford County, few persons expected contract for furnishing X- store in Macclenny and a clothing' Club maintained
$!50, plus $85 lawyer fees; Par- :from 8 a. m. till 5 p. m. each Monday the 3
151
that the program would ray equipment for the BradfordCounty store in Jacksonville Chamber office while Mrs. Howe W. Call St. Phone 375
I : for the benefit of FFA mem-
cel 13, G. P. and Ethel Raymond '
be completed in time. awarded
ever Starke Fla.
.042 acres, also 138 square feet of I' Hospital was bers and farmers, FFA chapter The new store will be located in 3
said few understandthe to the Keleket X-ray r
another lot $500, plus $100 law- He people recently Florida. advisors announced this week. the space formerly occupied bj ......... ...................
yer fees: Parcel 21. Minnie L. Red- mass of detail and painstakingwork Company of Advisors Joe Wood and Paul Banner Food Stores. The quartersare I
involved in building a numJaer The low bid was one of four leased from ,
C. H. Nasworthy.
will not be
Hutchins said the
grave and others, .050 acres, $420; shop
of roads, the problems en-
Thrown
which met specifications. COLONIALFLORIST
Parcel 25-Hope McL. Haynes and open July 11, however because
others, 185 square feet in one lot countered in acquiring necessary out because it did not meet speci- both advisors will be attending the Principal At Brooker \ \ jpccr, /
rights-of-way, financing, and fications was the $7,131 bid of ,
and 100 square feet in another, summer conference for agricul
other details. Goes To GainesvilleW.
SALE
SPRING
$300, plus $80 lawyer fees; Parcel Surgical Supply. ture teachers that week.
84-Eustis L. and Arlin L. :Me-I He added, however, that with Mrs. Louise Kite secretary- The Bradford Chapter FF A T. Coram of Brooker has p
irnight, 10 square feet, $10; Par- the cooperation of people all over treasurer, said the X-ray equip- held its monthly meeting June 22. been appointed assistant principal

cel: 91, E. K. and Lois Perryman, the county, as well as help from ment will be installed before the with President Roman Alvarez z:\of a Gainesville school, effectiv PHONE 218 .
170 square feet $170, plus $80 the State Road Department, the building is finished. The X-ray presiding.; Reports on the FF A, July 1.Coram, .

lawyer fees; Parcel 27 A. N. and program now Is rapidly nearing primarily is for diagnostic pur-State convention in Daytona Beach I has been principal at the (j) > JI
completion. June 13-17 made by local l
Hope Holliday, two fractions of poses. { were Brooker School. I SEA
Besides Keleket and Surgical delegates, Glen Crawford, J. R,. School Supt. Harmon Morgaisaid

I Supply, the other bidders were![Underhill, Monroe Gaskins and_ that no one has been appointed FLOWERSFor I
Westinghouse $11,631, General Warren Johns. to fill the vacancy at Brooke r
(Electric $8,890. and Medical Sup \as yet. All Occasions COVERS
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For the Price Of This ply of Jacksonville, 13813. New Pastor FoundAt
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Beautiful Harwick Range AloneYOU Ball Team Hi-Way Chapel PQTTED PLANTS 4Doorr 9S

Legion The Rev. Chester Roberson is 20
the new pastor at the Hi-Way POTTERY r Sedan 1&
CAN HAVE '
Drops GainesvilleOn Chapel (Assembly of God), suc- toto\OS Up H
ceeding Rev. Harold Bullock whois Flowers WiredAnywhere

AND Tuesday night of last week, now associated with the South
TANK GAS Ct-Je666
RANGE CHAS C. SHEPHERD
Starke was defeated by Gaines- Florida District, Assemblies of
ville 63. In an unusual situa- God, as Sunday School director
INSTALLATION tion, Gainesville, collected five for the district. Nona St. Starke TV RADIO SEAT COVERS

runs after having two men out Rev. Roberson 'attended the ... '. .. ,
Southeastern Bible College and '.. .. /
and none on base. -- -- -- ->
Florida both at Lake- I
Southern,
In all they had eight hits. The : __
land and did work at j n
although graduate
winning pitcher was Ellis ,
he was relieved in the Stetson University in DeLand. 1 r rI
i This is his first full-time pastorate -
seventh inning by Salmon.
Starke got seven hits including!: and prior to coming here .
FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
he in I
two each by Randall Davis and I I was. .engaged evangelisticwork. .
Eulie Rushton. Edwin Johns!I I J '
started the. game as pitcher and i Rev. Roberson, his wife, and

was relived in the ninth inningby I two children, Susan Elaine, -8, ..:. STATEMENT OF CONDITION ,
ri' Piszczek who 'allowed no and Chester Jr., 5... are residing : ?. rte: >
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in the parsonage. r '
more hits.Tomlinson. Hi-Way Chapel -- .
'" ':': r: Condensed from Report to Comptroller June 30, 1955

Jaycee MeetingThe :
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James Tomlinson 71, a native held a dinner meeting ThursdayJune

of Bradord County, died at his ( 30) at the J. and J. Rest- #.
Green Cove Springs home June 25. aurant at 7:30 p. m. All committee RESOURCES .
Mr. Tomlinson had lived in reports were given accordingto ,, :-:- "
Green Cove for 65 years. He is President Tom Casey. :.
4 LOANS AND DISCOUNTS .f770,4:03.07. :.
,I survived by one sister, Mrs. Ellie '

Bentley of Green Cove and one ,. ... ,... -- -...."..-_ -.-- ', ... BANKING HOUSE, FURNITURE & FIXTURES ', -: _. ;1"3.. -, ',;' : 14019.76;
I t brother, Gilford, of Lake Monroe. ;' ....,. ; .:
\ Funeral services were held Sun- Wash Your Clothes PREPAID EXPENSES ).; -. ".' ,,:'., :,i-.1: 2,218.62
day. :' :;: *: .*
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OTHER RESOURCES 130.93
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Radio -
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FREE Bleach If Desired! U. S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES :' 2153114.50. ,: ,
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the first case resulting from '
installedin FLORIDA COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL BONDS f .250,078.53.fCASH .. ,
use of the two-way radio .... .
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the car recently, MayorJ. We Will : /'> J 423,611.35'. "\ J '-
police ON HAND AND DUE FROM BANKS : 2,842,061,11
R. Wainwright fined Clyde Rob- ::
All Burners -- Including Oven ,bins Lawtey $50 at police court Dry Your Clothes : ; : : I
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for leaving the'scene of an accident ,
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by a local automobile dealer one New Automatic c._ '_ .' ;..,- _. ) ':: :; ;:,

No More Matches ISaturday at Temple Avenue and '; '::: : ; -'- I ,, }', '- ; .

Tenth Street, and drove off, headed ':. :,0.' .' .
east on Highway 16. ::
. The accident was reported to 4 e'' .. : '1. .
GUARANTEED The oven burner and sheriffs office, where' it was relayed ': ( ... ;. .
TheVasheteria\ ;
to the city polce car via '. .- : \-MtfjLJABILITIES ''CAPPTAL
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top burners are guaranteed for the life of radio. Officer Bill Laine took off I I ,., ,_ <:/.;.. .: ;
after the car and made the arrest Ave. Starke ''" ,'- --
the range. 'shortly afterward out on Hihayr Temple STOCK .'.:-_y'. 50,000.00 :

r 16, where Robbins was stuck in a SURPLUS v 225000.00. :* '
ditch. -, _.' .n __ __ -_"" ..- -. ".,r. -
PORCELAIN All gleaming white surfaces I f UNDIVIDED PROFITS ": -..'*-:,> 15.449.53290,449.53
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finished in ACID RESISTANT titan I RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES : 1.> /i.. ;.:>=; ./fli., ..... ':.:,- ,.' __74,004.33

ium glazed Porcelain. J- READY-MIX I RESERVE FOR TAXES, INTEREST, ETC. ,-':. '".;jr. :;Z- 'T"- 'f _' 15,966.12
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: \ CONCRETE MY II INTEREST & INCOME COLLECTED, NOT EARN'ED-. : : : 25,034.30

ALL PORCELAIN oven and broiler G I DEPOSITS f ; :- 3,223,429.25
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGBAPCL STABILE, FLORIDA .
PAGE EIGHT FRIDAY. JULY 8. 1935
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YTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT : The s..immingill be taught on: of Bradford County Florida, together Street Lexington, North Carolina.You for Divorce ry George Wilhelm, Defendant
Clerk
with a parcel identified on are hereby notified that a baa been filed against you In the Case Xo. 10-1651 I of the Circuit Court
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at aid Plat as NOT INCLUDED IN salt for above named Court and cause and \otlce To AppearTo By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 10:30 a.m. The lake at Camp I THIS PLAT and bounded on the Divorce you are required to serve a cepy of : Henry George Wilhelm, whose 6,21: it 1,15
and North by Madison Street on the has been filed against you In the your answer or pleading to the complaint esidence and address is: Unknown.You .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Blanding is very fine quite West by Bay Street on the East above named Court and cause and on the Plaintiff's Attorney are hereby notifies that a !
the setting for swimming. We I and South by aforesaid Block one you are required to serve a copy of Gerald R. Hart. Z9S Smith Bldg.. .suit for divorce and custody of
to Mr. L. H. (1). Said Lots, portions of Lots your answer or pleading to the complaint -. Jacksonville Florida, minor child has been filed FILL DIRTGOOD
By Oiora Johnson, Editor .1 are deeply grateful and parcel being more particularly on the Plaintiff's Attorney and file the original in the officeof against you in the above named I
Gibson general supervisor of the described as follows: Williams & Futch. P. 0. Po% the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Court and cause and you are required -
. . . ....
.........., Commence at the Northeasterlycorner or before the to serve a copy of your an-
&&&&& & ---------------- and Supt. Morgan for and file the original In the office of RICH
program of said Block one (1) for the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 25 day of July, IJ55; swer or pleading to the complainton I''
Independence Day Adult Education going all out to get us this fine point of beginning and run or before the 1 day of August:otherwise the allegations of said the Plaintiff's Attorney I
The. Adult Education class met' place swimming.. thence in a Westerly direction 1955; otherwise the allegations of Complaint will be taken as confessed E. K. Ferryman Starke, Florida TOP SOILSee
Scores of Bradford County per- along the Northerly boundary said Complaint will betaken as by you. and file the original In the office of I
were.in attendance at the at R.J.E. for official registration: Family night will be an added thereof, continuing In a Westerly confessed by you. This notice shall be publishedonce the: Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
sons childrenin direction along a Westerly This notice snail bi publishedonce each week for four consecutive Before the
The
to this month.
nearby beaches: American Beach on Tuesday, July 6. According feature prolongation of said Northerly each week for four consecutive weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 25 day of July, 1955; I
Fernandina Butlers Beach St. County Supt. Harmon P. Morgan, music education, under the direction boundary a distance of two hun- weeks in the Bradford County graph. ,I otherwise the allegations of said
; Bethune-Volusia the officials from Tallahassee will of Ozora Johnson, will dred sixty and fifty-eight hun Telegraph. Dated this IS day of June, 1953.OFFICIAL Complaint will be taken as confessed I BILL JACKSON
Augustine, and dredths (260.58) feet to Its in. Dated this 24 day of June, 1955. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby by you. ,
Several to the county anytime after present an original musical play- tersection with the Easterly Clerk of thv Circuit Court.
Beach.
come SEAL
Beach near Daytona (OFFICIAL ) Charles A. Darby This notice shall be published Jackson Transfer
of the right-of-way of By Marian 1... Crosby, Deputy Clerk I Company
witnessedat July 9 let "Vegetable Brownies.? The boundary Clerk of the Circuit Court once each week for four consecutteweeks =
fatalities were also Pay Street: run thence In a 6/24 4t 7/15: I
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk in the Bradford County Tele- I.
of the Phone 165HUNDREDS
these places. The majorityof I A workshop on adult education songs will feature many Southerly direction along said 7A 4t 1/.:! graph. I II

in attendance reported -. l is now being conducted at FloridaA Stephen Foster tunes on. parody. Easterly boundary a distance of IB The Circuit Court Of The Eighth Dated this 21 day of June, 1955. i
the persons one hundred thirty-three and one NOTICE TO APPEAR Judicial Circuit of Florida IB and'I
a very delightful fourth and M University, Tallahassee.This This musical variety show will hundredths 133.01 feet to a IB Circuit Court. Bradford County, For Bradford County.. I IIB (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
in session one of the culminating Permanent Reference Monumenton Florida In ('ba.coer,.
Britt of workshop has been probably be Chancery. .
without a fifth. Joe Watch the Northwesterly Corner of Johnny C. Stratton, Plaintiff, vs. Re: Adoption of DARYL RANDALL:: ,I __ .L III!t..A d _
Lawtey is on a two weeks vaca- for almost three weeks and has events of the program. Lot four (4) of aforesaid Block Shirley Stratton, Defendant. PRINK. A Minor, by LUTHER C. ..: ; (G"-
Air- Stationof provided experiences .for persons this column for the date, time, one (1); run thence in an East- Case :No.: 10-1063 HILLIARD. and GENEVA HIL
from the Naval direction the Northerly LIARD his
tion erly along NotIce To Appear wife. Petitioners.
Jacksonville. Interested in teaching adults. We and: place. boundary of said Lot four (4) I To: Shirley Stratton, whose residence AOTICE TO APPEAR
regret that no one in our group Annual BarbecueThe continuing along an Easterly and address is: Unknown.You To: James Newton Devereaux, ,
California Auxiliary prolongation thereof a distanceof are hereby notified that a 269-3545 Naval Supply Depot Box
Visits his was privileged to attend but we American Legion one hundred forty-five and suit for divorce 45: Naval Ease Navy 115 c/of F.P.O.,
While A. T. Paul is visiting are fortunate. have persons in Post No. 314 met last Sunday and eighty-eight hundredths (145.83);; has been filed against you In the :New: York, N. Y.
and family M., J. annual barbecue. feet to an iron stake on the East- above named C.urt and cause and You are hereby notified that a
brother-in-law the and economic-
teach details
Calif. his the county that qualify to planned erly boundary of Lot five (5) of you are required to serve a copy of petition has been filed in the above of are managed
Dinkins In Los Angeles, adults.It President Pauline Marshall reported said Block; run thence in a your answer or pleading: to the complaint styled court and cause by Luther C. ally attended that only a trained and
Mildred L. Paul will be in successful sale of Southerly direction along said on the Plaintiff's AttorneyE. Hilliard and his wife Geneva Hil
wife. askingall seems that Lawtey adultsare very Easterly boundary being also the I K. Ferryman Starke. Florida, liard for the adoption of Daryl Ran- careful organization can attend when
charge of the store. She is more interested in self-im chicken, goat, potato pie peanuts, Westerly boundary of Lot (C) of and file the original In the officeof dall Frink a minor. by the petitioners t the need for serving is at
urgent
customers and friends to dropin ice and snow-balls. Many said Block, a distance of twentythrf'e I, the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Luther C. Hilliard and Geneva
cream
than other communities Hilliard, and
way provement and seventeen hundredths or before the you are required to hand.DeVVITT.
and chat with her the same in all probability the perm. out of town persons wer' present, (23.17) feet to an iron stake; 1 day of August, 1955; serve a copy of your Answer or
did with her husband. She has so Motley who was last aforesaid iron stake being otherwise the allegations of said Objections to show cause why said
you E. V. anent class will start at Lawtey.1 including Ophelia in a Northerly direction and a Complaint will be taken as confessed petition should not be granted, on
as house guests her sister Training school C. C. Anderson,, dinner guest of Sophia Royal, distance of sixty (60) feet from by you. the petitioners' attorney, Theron A. C. JONESPhone
Philadelphia.. Penn., the This notice shall be publishedonce Yawn Jr.. Bradford County Court
P.T.A. the Southwesterly corner of said
of of R.J.E. for
Johnson and spread to other cen- president House Starke, Florida, and file the FU. -
the city of principal Lot Six (6); run thence in an each week for four consecutive 7 Starke,
who reports that ters in the county. The next. past nine years. The dinner was Easterly direction and parallel to weeks in the Bradford County Tele original the in the office of the Clerkof ssrrsrtrs
"Brotherly I/we" is very warm by Pauline. Marshall and the Southerly boundary of said graph. Circuit Court on or before
meetings will be held at Lawtey prepared I Dated this 23 day of June 1955. July 25;;, 1955.
visited Block a distance of one hundred
these days. the has Training school and R. J. E.Tuesday Alma Jenkins, daughters of the thirty-one and six hundredths (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Herein fail not or a decree pro 'uneral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
Starke before and always visit- Clerk of the Circuit Court. confesso will be entered against
beautiful hostess. Ophelia :Motley i3 (131.06) feet to a Concrete Monument you.
and hospitality July 12, at 7 p. m. All per. on the Easterly boundaryof By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and the seal local funeral home enables u to otter convenience and
enjoys the friendliness sons fram Bradford County art ing relatives and friends and hails Lot seven (7). being also the 7/1 4t 7/:% of said Court In Starke, Bradford services not otherwise available.
friends
of our town. Old from Detroit Mich. Easterly boundary of aforesaid County, Florida. this 22 day of June. I
asked to attend.A NOTICE TO APPEARIn 1955.
these Block
and acquaintances will find Graham Death one (1); Jast aforesaid Circuit Court. Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL _. ___
fee of $2.00 wit I Concrete Mounment being in County ) Charles Darby -j--s srSrSrrS SrsrSr rrsrrSs JsssrJsrs.
at 923 Pine. St. registration a Florida IB Chancery As Clerk of said Circuit Court. I
affable .services for Arthur Northerly direction
persons The funeral and distance
be collected and it will cover thE!I of sixty (60) feet from a the Marie Artls Plaintiff, vs. Irvan Ar-, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, tad
Starke. Graham were completed at Allen tis, Defendant. Case :00. 10-106-1 I
6/24 4t 7/15
fee for the entire year.: If yoi I Southeasterly corner of said blockone
Notice To AppearsTo accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, Isaaad by ANT
Chapel A.M.E. Church, Rev. John (1); run thence In a Northerly -
shorthand I I
Seout MeetingOn are interested in anc direction : Irvan Artls. whose residenceand i !NOTICE TO APPEtK in in full funeral.
on
along the Easter company, as payment part or a
His .
Wednesday, July 6, a meet: typing you can register at R.J.E, Groover pastor. death cameas ly boundary of said Block one address is: Unknown.You In Circuit Court Bradford County,
are hereby notified that a Consultation carries no obligation.
shock to of his friends (1) a distance of }Florida In
interest of a many one hundred Chancery I
held in the after August 15. suit for divorce
ing was him fifty-five and seventeen hundredths Dorothy Wilhelm, Plaintiff. Hen- -SSStflsSSrSSSSSSSSSSrSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS5SSdVISIT
and relatives that expected has been filed \
71 of Starke., against you In the i
Scout Summer Program
Troop (155.17) feet
reviving to point of above named Court and cause and t
home for visit on July 4 from beginning.
The meeting was called to order ;The summer program is in it;; a you are required to serve a copy ol
who West Palm Beach. He is survivedby You and each of you are hereby your answer or pleading to the complaint
by Scoutmaster Aaron Holly fifth week of operation and th< notified that there has been filed on the Plaintiffs I

conducted invocation after which I workers are busy as bees.? Th< his two brothers, Eli and Joe I in the Circuit Court of the Eighth T. Frank Landrum, Starke Attorney Fla, CALL WRITE
Lodge'No. Judicial Circuit in and for Brad- and file
Graham. The Morning Star the original in the office 01
Johnson
he presented Supervisor ,I most successful phase of the program I ford County. Florida a Complaint the Clerk of the Circuit Court on L
who offered a short program. The has been swimming. Wi! 26 conducted fraternal services -]in Chancery wherein Bertha Pearce or before the
Ice cold I led by the Worshipful Master a widow, is plaintiff and each of 1 day of August 1955;;;;;
refreshments included ,have approximately 50 person;s II you is defendant the style of which otherwise the allegations of said!
watermelon, compliments of Aaror!1 from R.J.E. and a similiar num_ Rev. Damon DelL is Bertha Pearce v. Drury Reddish, Complaint will be taken as confess. MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC-
et. al.; defendants, the relief there ed by you.
ber from Lawtey Training schoo,1 Church Sews j I in ,
Holly. I If prayed being a Decree quieting This notice shall be publishedonce
More volunteers are still needed. participating. According to print New Bethel Baptist Church, and confirming the plaintiff's title each week for four consecutive I

Watch this column 'for the dat cipal Eddie Thompkins many 0 Rev. A. Vinson, pastor, will hold I to and the other lands relief hereinabove, and it further described ap,.\Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford Count P. 0. Box 446 GAINESVILLE

of the next meeting. "i'the youngsters know how to swirr:I. its annual Mens Day program],pea ring from said sworn Complaint. Dated this 29 day of June 1955.
according to Deacon Julius Royal,I!(that the names of the defendants: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj
,are..unknown! except as therein set. Clerk of the Circuit Court
program chairman.The j|iorin.. ana that the addresses and 1.By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clert 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE .
services will begin with residences of said defendants are; 7/1 4t 7/2:
lUnknown. and that there is no per- -
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. with son or persons within the State of .

H' Supt. Saul Hankerson in charge. tlorida, the service of process Isn [In The NOTICE Circuit TO Court APPEAR 01 Bradfor' ,t

FARMERS SUPPLY Outstanding speakers have been,Chancery,said absent upon or unknown whom would defendants bind, I Lucille County.: McMahan.. Florida.Plaintiff IB Chancery., vs. Ear 1. $25.00 LOANS $300.00I

secured for the morning afternoonand and that each known and named de- B. McMahan, Defendant
fendant is over the age of twenty- Case Xo. 10-105:I
During the
. evening worship. |one years and that the age of eaoh Notice To Appears
A. R. JOHNSON afternoon services'Willie Green unknown and unnamed defendant To: Earl If. McMahan, whose resIdence
FR6.5333 COLLECTt
|lis unknown; :
will be ordained Rev. Vinson and address is: A. Batter
by
I This Is, therefore, to command ''168th AFA Bn., 42 In. Mortars. For t
,and others. you and each of you. and you are \[[Hood. Texas.
hereby notified 'You are hereby notified that sui
and
required to a
FEEDS H Chairman Royal is inviting at,serve a copy of your Answer or oth

least two officers from all the er pleading to the Complaint here-
,in, on plaintiff's
local churches in attorneys. Williams .
to participate
|land Futch. P. O. Box 188,. Starke :
GROCERIES the ordination services. All loyal ; Hondaand file the original Answer -

men of the church, well wishers' or other pleading in the office I" .. .. ':.. .,x
|lof the Clerk of the Circuit Court in : < .. '
j and women are asked to come out ,'and fQr< Bradford County, Florida,\ .,
i and make this Men's Day I a suc- on or before the 1st day of August
FERTILIZERS A.D., 1955. if you fail to do Decree .
so. !-: -
!icesa. Pro Confesso will be taken U, 'J. J.& "., <>, .,:'f'7. 1'I'i'i.-J. :I."i:
I I against you for the relief demanded :- -

.. Court Of The r.Ilthth.Judl..lal in the Complaint. r F .,.. -- tw -:- '-
Phone 51WHigher Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts. ,Ia Tar Circuit .- -S- -:
Circuit. la,1 For Bradford It is hereby ordered that this -
: County Florida. Notice shall be published once each
i I. Cbaa..ry.I week for four consecutive weeks in .
I i BERTHA PEARCE, a widow the Pralford County Telegraph a
Profits I j Plaintiff weekly I newspaper, published In
Dairy with'RSDfRoSB' I I vs. Starke, Bradford County, Florida.
I DRURY REDDISH et. at. Witness my hand and the Seal of
Defendants. our said, Circuit Court at Starke,
AOTICE Bradford County. Florida, this the ,.
-- -- ,I TilE STATE'OF FLORIDA TO: 9th day of June, AD.. 1955.;;;; '
Drury Reddish and -Reddish. CHARLES A. DARBY
his unknown wife if living and if Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Dairy feeds dead. their unknown heirs at law, By: Marlon L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ;' *.
gatees. devisees or grantees and I 7/1 It 7/Z2 : t$
all other persons claiming: by, '.
Home-grown paini and rough- through or under them: John D. McKinley NOTICE TO APPEAR
tit may be keeping your com and -McKinley his unknown -. la Circuit Court Bradford Count?, JI L
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wife if living and If dead. Florida IB Cbaaeery.Mildred ?
high bred-in
from reaching # "'
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r their unknown heirs at law legatees O'Neal, Plaintiff vs. Sam- t' e /
capacities due to a lack of devisees or grantees, and all uel Paul O'Neal, Defendant. w t, \ t .
I protein and other valuable nutrient other persons claiming by throughor Case No. 10-1033 Gc
*.Red Roee Dairy Feed under them: J. N. Jones and wife, Notice To Appear
: guarantee the e nutrient!: A. V. Jones' if living and tf dead Samuel Paul O'Neal:: whose residence -
.. ? their unknown heirs at law legatees and address is: Unknown.You S
various level!
at depending on
-t devisees or grantees and all are hereby notified that a
., : what you feed for roughage. other persons claiming by; throughor suit forDivorce ..
.' under them; Yasco Dale Alvarez and custody of minor child --:-:-:-'--
the .
YouTI find just right
and -Alvarez his unknown has been filed against you In the .5. --
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.I feed for higher production and wife. if living, and if dead their un- above named Court and causa and
"- profit in the complete line of known heirs at law legatees, devisees you are required to serve a copy of 4,
Red Rose Guaranteed Dairy or grantees; Calista Demeria your answer or pleading to the -.\ \ Important thought to keep in mind: j
Feed Alvarez and her unknown husband, complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney 't
if living, and if dead their unknown Alfred C. Scott, 106
heirs at Iaw. legatees. devisees or Smith Building Jacksonville, Fla. .- :: There's no need to worry about stalling in hot-weather traffic; |
grantees, and all other persons and file the original in the office S -
'- : -. ., .- .. ,. : -.-.- .- 't claiming by. through or under of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ..S _< no need to worry about balky, hot-engine starting! Just fill up
them; C. M. Alvarez, and .-Alvarez or before the t- at your Gulf station with New"Super-Refined Gulf NO-NOX I
his unknown wife. If living, 1 day of August 1955; :
and if dead their unknown heirs at otherwise the allegations of said .5 5- 5 .- .5 the gasoline that's made with evaporation control to prevent I
law. legatees devisees or grantees; Complaint will be taken as confessed -, And
with New Gulf-
J.v.. S vapor-lock. always protect your engine
Andrews, Jr., and Nell Andrews by you. -- I
his wife of Bradford County This notice skill be published pride H.D. Select,the motor oil that controls carbon.
Florida; Louella T. Strnth of Brad once each week for four consecutive ,

ford County. Florida: Annie Mae weeks in the Bradford County Tele- --. : S .- ; ,
Ensor, former Annie Mae Kemper, graph. 5 > / -
of Duval County! Florida; and any Dated this :21! day of June, 1955.;; :
and all other persons claiming any (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles X Darby > /
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L: ;. _ following[ described lands in Brad- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
ford County. Florida I
to-wit: 7/1 4t 7/22
All of Lots one (1). Two (2) and

sixty seven three (60)(7)(3) except and feet Lots thereof the six,Southerly and(6) and the la Florida Circuit JXOTICF la Court.Ckaarery.Earl IU Bradford APPEAR. Conaty., New Glllf NoNoxGasoline delivers! not just the highest octane but :

Northerly sixteen and
eigthy- Barrier, Plaintiff, Catherine<
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FRIDAY JULY S, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE FLORIDA PAGE MXE


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Attractive New Lawtey Home School Retarded Divorce rraph. for terms of four (4) years each.
Das been flied against you tn the Dated this 22 day of June 1955. Polling: Place: County Agent's Of
above named Court and cause and ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. barn five Starke, Florida.
e you are required to serve a copy of I Clerk of the Circuit Court Polling place will be open be
Program Requires your answer or pleading to the By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk. lt ween the hours of 9:00 A.M. and ,
complaint on the PlatntltT 6/21 4t 7/15 :4:30 PJJ. !
ICHURCHES 'w Attorney William D. Morgan,
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507 Clark Building. Jacksonville. I All qualified electors residing!
Space, TeachersBradford Florida, NOTICE (within the District shall be eligible '
Election of Two Super*Uor* for to vote in this election.A .
rift and file the original In the office of
County should have a Term of Four Tears Each for qualified elector as defined in '
the Clerk nf Circuit
Ute Court
ODor
; Bradford Soil Cousrriatioa DU- the Florida Soil Conservation Act
full-scale program for retarded before the trict. i includes any person qualified t':> '
4 .' a A children but the lack of trained 25 day of July, 1955; July I:' 1955 :vote in general elections under the c|
At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church otherwise the allegations of maid i Pursuant to the Soil ConservationAct Consitution and Statutes of this j
personnel and' adequate space Com l&1nt will he taken ai confess- Chapter 55%. Florida Statutesof !State who is also a landowner ia !
makes it impossible, according to 3d by you. 1919 and Chapter 2S094 of 1953. ''the herein named district. i t tU.
The Gospel Team from the Saturday, 3 p.m. Adult Choir This notice shall b. published notice is hereby given of an elec- G CLAYTON, Administrator !
Southeastern practice. County School Supt. Harmon P. one each week for four eonsecutiv tion to be held on July 12, 1955 for State Soil Conservation Board. I
Bible School in
Birmingham 1.orn-1 r3pg Morgan. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- the election of two (%) supervisors 7.1 2t 7. S :
Ala. presented a very Sunday School 9:45 a.m. E i I i

interesting program at the Tabernacle ing Worship 11 a-m., The Goal! Ideally, said Morgan, the coun- is s
of A Christian." Union Evening I ty could use three or four especially '
Thursday. The team left
Friday morning to fill other en- Worship Service, First Christian: trained teachers to handle the us- FREE! FREE FREE!

gagements in Georgia.The Church, 3 p.m. Sermon by Rev.! ual 30 to 35 retarded students in

W. S. McAliley, "Paul at Athens. the school system.
musical numbers were well

rendered, especially the violin Tuesday, 8 p.m., Circles of the )Ii'. and Mrs. IL C. (Pete) Wainwright and family are occupyingtheir I In dealing with mentally retarded Electric Wiring Installation With Purchase of
Women of the Church will meetas Morgan said the teachers
"
number "Overshadowed, by Mr. attractive new home on the Lawtey-State Farm road. The .
follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. should be trained with some back-
Gillaspie. I new house Is a short distance from the Wainwright farm, where they I
Herbert Green, Circle 2 with Mrs. ground in vocational training. THIS RANGE
Other speakers and musicianswill W. S. McAliley, Circle 3 with Mrs.! formerly lived. In addition to farming, Mr. Wainwright Is employedwith I "Retarded students who never .

appear at the Tabernacle dur- W. A. Stern.Wednesday. i the Fire Department at Cecil Field. measure up scholastically with J
ing the summer. (
3 pjn., Junior Choir I their fellows in 12 years of school

Interesting programs for the practice. Prayer Meeting and 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY .YYYY I .assume an attitude of failure whichis

Saturday youth meetings are prepared study of Psalms 1-5, 7:30 p.m. not healthy," said Morgan. ,

each week. All are invitedto LAWTEYBy \ SERVICEMEN I "They should be given special .,

the senices.Christian Hi-Way Chapel training, and prepared for a vocation IaLHS l lI

: to make them useful citizens, I

ChurchRev. Assembly of God Sirs. Joyce T. FutchLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'in an atmosphere of achievement. .i

J. E. Sherwood, pastor Chester C. Roberson, Pastor (This can be done only with special !i

Sunday; Sunday School 10 a.m., j teachers and facilities." a !

Sunday.9:45: Bible school classes a class for every age. Worship Mrs.. Maggie Jones and son, Pvt. William Thigpen, 23, son I Truly retarded children, said I !i
CeLester, of Swainsboro, Ga. are
for all ages.C. W. Colson, 3upt. Hour, 11 ajn., Evangelistic Hour, of Mr, and Mrs. Wallace L. Thig-(Morgan, can be taught to operate I iI iI

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening 7:45 p.m. visiting their mother and grand- pen of Starke, recently enlisted,mechanical equipment and perform S I
mother, Mrs. L. C. Gasque. I
worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- Tuesday: Mid-week preaching: for useful labor. i
I three in the
years Regular
deaver 6 m. Miss Rachel Boyer of Jackson- "Needed first for such I
p. service, 8 p.m.Thursday a pro- .
Army at the Antiaircraft Artil-I I
ville spent the weekend with her
Bible Study and Prayer: :Meeting : Missionary preaching lery gram is a system of testing the
Replacement Training Cen-
brother-in-law and sister, :Mr. and students ,
7:30: p. m. Wednesday. service, 8 p.m. ter at Ft. Bliss, Texas. said Morgan. "We have
Mrs. W. Fred Moore.
Church located on'We Call and SaturdayChfldren'- story hour, He has been! assigned to Fort that pretty well set up, since we --eas If I
Mr. and :Mrs. Donald and Miss f
have two teachers trained in test-
Christian streets. A friendly wel- 3 p.m.Church. of' Wadsworth, N. Y., where he is \ II
Barbara Ritch Tampa were ing methods.
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come waits everyone. to report upon completion of his .m
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. "But we can't get the teachers,
Womans Council 1st and 3rd of God Antiaircraft Artillery traininghere
J. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie 'and we 'don't have the space. A I ,,,
t Tuesday, 7:30 pja.,' Mrs. W. L. and a 30 day reenlistmentleave. ,
Andrews, president. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Hilliard returned with them to '(Classroom has 30 to 35 normal children -

Tampa. while a room of exceptional -
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve-I Prior to his induction in February -
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Service 7:45 Y.P.E. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hinson of .children should have no more than w FREEElectric
Mark's Episcopal ning pjn of this year, Thigpen was
St. Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and partanburg, _S. C. have spent the j5. That puts the squeeze on
employed as a welder's helper. He
1 Rev. Raymond E. MacBIaln Prayer Sleeting, Friday 7:45 p.m past month with Mrs. Hinson's attended Starke High School until.'.space.I Wiring Installation
Lawley parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie. Johns. I I "Those two factors space and
194S and was member of the
.
Services at SL Mark's Episcopal a
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Ronald Kinbrell returned home tarke National Guard unit. teachers make it very difficult ik'r or FREE Gift of equal
Church will be as follows: Worship 11 ajn. YPE Servo with them on Tuesday to spend 1 Ito develop a program as it should
is married to
Pvt/ Thigpen the
Sunday: 9:45: ajn. Church "
the summer. be. ; Value to Customer to whom
School and Adult Class; 11 a.rn.- ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. former Louise Crews of Starke.
Morgan said retarded children
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
... 6:30) They have a two year old son.
Morning Prayer and Sermon; already has electric
range
BROOKEBBAPTIST Willie Griffis were Mr. and Mrs. generally fall into two catagories

p.m. Y. P. S. L. CHURCH O. C. Cason and Mr. and Mrs. 4'vt. Homer M. Padgett, 23. one group mentally unable of service, with purchase of
.
Wednesday 7:30 Litany
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p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Cadell of Pine Level. Starke, has teen assigend to "B" doing the work, another group

and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. H., R. Hildreth of Company 508th Airborne Infan. mentally capable but lagging be- this range.

Practice. Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer Waco, Texas are visiting her try Regiment at Fort Jackson. cause of disinterest, sickness or ab- t
Communion
1st Sunday,
Holy :
11 ajn.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.Rev.C. mother, Mrs. Leona Edwards.Mr. S. C. for eight weeks of' basic sences.The mentally PRICE $279.95 Less Trade
capable students
infantry
B. Stallirigs. pastor. and Mrs. C. B. Hyatt and training.
He will spent eight weeks learn- would return to regular classes Limited Time
Only
family spent their vacation at i
St. Edward's Church EVERGREEN'B.PTIST Crystal River. Mr. and Mrs. H. ing the fundamentals of being a after special instruction put themon e

CHURCH soldier. This includes classroom a par with their classmates.
R. Hildreth
joined them for fish-
Sunday'Mass at 9:15 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- lectures in such subjects as military -
ing on Saturday.Mrs.
Holy day'masses,.8:30 a. m. and .
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Nathan courtesy and first aid and HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES
8:30 Blount of Ft.
a. m.Children's 7:30 m. Prayer combat field problems involvingthe
m. Preaching p.
lll
Catechism Class each Myers spent last week with rela- 11
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. use of the M-l rifle which he WITH TRADE
tives here. I
Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. will learn to fire on various I
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. I i
Keystone Heights Miss Ola Mae Phillips is vIsit- ranges. A getting together of the \

(At St. William's Chapel) Christian Church% ing her sister, Mrs. Fate Redd, in "gang" usually means "eats.

(Follow Hiway,21 south to St. Hampton Macon, Ga. Why not make their "snacks"
Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. Serving with the 3rd Battalion,
William's Sign.) Preaching 11 a. m. Evening Miss Connie Harley and Mrs. 4th Marine Regiment at the U. S. pack a lot of food value' as well

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. C. W. Thomas were.visiting Floyd as well as taste good? '
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach- Marine Corps Air Station in NO Down Payments

Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. ing 8 p. m. Wednesday Bible Futch at Alachua General Hospitalon Hawaii is Pfc. Leroy R. Martin, Teen-agers in their "growingup -

Confessions before all Masses. Study Hour 8 p. m. Willard M. Thursday afternoon.Rev. son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. process" should get a quartor !\ Little as $2.90 Per Wk. --
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonand Martin of Starke more of milk a day. Milk con- .
Pastor.
Jones
,
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS: family and Miss Catherine tains protein for cell and tissue .
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CHURCH -- FAITH BAPTISTCHURCII" McDavid spent their vacation at Edgar Dukes- Seaman, USN, building, three important B vit- SALE 279.95

Sunday scnooi-io am. LA TEY. FLA. Brooklyn Lake.J. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes. amins for growth and develop

,I Morning Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching J. Smith has returned to his of Starke, is now at the U. S. ment and calcium for sound bones PRICE, .

Evening Service 7:30 p.m. 11 a. m. &: 7:30 p. m. Midweek home from the Veterans Hospital Naval Receiving Station, Norfolk, and good muscle action. I \ ,

Prayer Meetings Wednesday service Wednesday 7:3P: p. m. in Lake City. We are glad that Va., awaiting further assignmentto Few tenn-agers, especially our,I

night 7:45: Saturday nigbt he is well enough to be at home. a Naval unit in the young ladies, get enough milk to
p.m. A. E. Massey, pastor.WOODLAWN Atlanticarea. take WINKLER L E .E ELECTRIC I S SERVIC E !
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Those visiting at the home of care of their rapid develop-

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood are ment. Don't preach to them aboutit .

LATTER DAY SAINTS BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ward and fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTIBAYLESS though, that won't help a bit.

Sunday School, 11 a.m. sons, Charles and Tommy, of Try instead having plenty of cold 221 N. Temple Are. Phone 166 Starke Fla..
Services each Sunday In old 10 a.m.
Masonic Hall on E., Call St. Sun- preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: ; prayer Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. HIWAY\ milk (any kind) on hand. Dry .
and skimmilk is low in calories and
services, GeorgArwood daughter,
day School 10 a, m. Sacrament .service, 7 o'clock song
Lauren, of Miami; and Mrs. G. makes into delicious "shakes."
Service 6:30 Everyone welcome 7:30 evening services.
p. By Anna Ruth
CrosbyAA&&AA&AA&AA&A
McKinley of Anniston, Ala. I Besides, it is very inexpensive to

; IIEILBRONN Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott of u use. Keep on hand some "fixings"for

BAPTIST CHURCH Vffl"ton spent the weekend with milk drinks, too, besides sev-

KINGSLEY LAKE School 10 ajn. Preach- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miss Sylvia Castle and Mrs. eral simple receipes left conveni- Row

F MISSIONARY BAPTIST Sunday Union 6:30 Hilliard. Shirley Earl of Catskill, N. Y., ently near the "fixings!" A quart rnueh @rvice.
Training
Sunday School 9:45 Morn- ing 11 ajn.
a.m. are visiting their sister and broth .
7:30 Prayer Those attending a family get- fruit jar with a tight lid makes
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Preaching pjn. er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lavon S" Sy.
P.m. to-gether at the L. L. Wainwright recipes your teen-ager will en-
Service 7:30 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 i
Meetingeach Crosby.
p.m.
residence on Kingsley Lake Sun- joy making-up and serving to the
Dukes pastor.BROOlER
J. ,
Milton
Wednesday 7:30 Everyone REV.
Floyd business
pjn. Crosby a
day were Mrs. T. C. Edwards ofLawtey was crowd. They'll be so excited over

welcoml"-Rev. H. H. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ed- visitor in Lake City last Saturday.Mr. how good it is, and you can be
pastor .' and Mrs. Elton
CHURCH wards and daughter of Gainesville, Sapp and sure they 'are getting much needed
BAPTIST Mrs. son, Joe, were business visitorsin vitamins and calcium!
Pastor Bryant Tucker and childrenof protein,
SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST Rev. C. B. Stalling,
Jacksonville
last week.
School 10 a.m., Morning Fernandina Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Peppermint Smash % 1.,:: -.G:';." ii
Sunday WMIs
CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Colman Best of "
Hildreth and of Waco Texas Allow 2-3 milk for each
BTU 6:30 son cup
Services each Sabbath in the I Worshhip 11 ajn. Prayer p.m. and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hyatt and Bowling Green were visiting Mr. person to be served. Pour into
7:30
Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Evening Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m. family of Lawtey. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby last week. shaker. Put one generous scoop

Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching Meeting p.m. Fellman and Wayne Redd are Miss Sylvia; Castle and Mrs. of vanilla ice cream into shaker

week by R. L. Mathews, Shirley Earl of New York, Don
every pas- OF CHRIST spending some time with their for each 2-3 cup milk. Add a

tor. Bible Study each Thursday CHURCH grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Newmans and Misses Anna Ruth, tablespoon (for- 2 servings) of

7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome C. L. O\erturf Jr.. Minister Phillips. They, with Danny Phillips Joyce, Gloria and Sue Crosby, crushed peppermint candy. Shake.
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. Mr. and s I e
awaits Mrs. and
Jimmy Crosby,
everyone."TICROFF"1
Pour in chilled I
spent last week in Waldo glasses. Sprinklewith j
Worship 11 a. m. Eve- I II
Morning Mr. and Mrs. Colman Best of
with Mr. and crushed
Mrs. Coleman: Phillips more, peppermintand J
Worship 7:30 m. 'Bowling Green in
ning p. were visiting
and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phil serve at onceApricot
1 Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 I Jacksonville one day last week. Cooler

p. m. lips.Mrs.. Luther Hilliard and son i Visiting at the home of Mr. Into shaker pour 3-4 cup milk 5-
A SENSATIONAL NEW Radio program, "Old Paths"each and Mrs. H. B. Kelly last week efe
were shopping in Jacksonville i for each person to be served. Add -
DISCOVERY! Sunday 9 a. m. Station Saturday.Mr. I were Mr. and Mrs.. Dewey Woods 1-2 cup of canned apricot nectar

Give your dog a capsule! WDVH.. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins i. and family of Jacksonville, Mrs. for each 3-4 cup milk. Shake. Puta I Ir

I Rid him of Fleas &; Ticks! ''qd JJoJIJ.1 .rJuuo PJOJu and family of Jacksonville spent Mack Woods and daughter, Mrs. scoop of ice cream in each glass.

the weekend with ,!lr. and Mrs. Barbara Chapman and daughters Pour apricot milk over ice cream,
AT ALL DRUG STORES -p8.lg8 sudd i3s2S IIUO azis-asjnd'sap'8qs lalsed'0. J. Anders. Karen and Sharon of Albany, serve with straw and ice-tea Garron of Gat ?

| ujBjunoj 1OOlq Mrs. Ga.. and Miss Dorothy Rowe of
Raymond Suber of Jacksonville spoons. Better use tall glasses!
-.laJi3 A\U Qql 3.\0'1 TL.103 Orlando.
spent Sunday with her Banana Shake

,brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Marty Crosby and Mack Kelly Allow 1-2 a well-ripened bananafor

"Every Visitor An Honored Guest" I Mrs. L. C. Hilliard. Her mother, attended the summer program pic- each cup of milk. :Mash witha It simply! depends on where you buy your gasoline!
nic at the state
Mrs. park near Key- electric mixer until .
Steve Starling Sr., is spend- fork or

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ing sime time with her in Jack- stone Heights last week. smooth. Pour into shaker with 4

HAMPTON: FLA. sonville.Mr. Buie Crosby entertained last milk. Or add milk te-mixer. Add We know that the success of our business depends a great deal oa
with watermelon
and Mrs. James Friday night a 2 and dash of
Sunday School. 10 A.M. Don E. Hill, Supt. last Saturday Wainwrightmoved from the cutting at the home of Mr. and nutmeg teaspoons for each sugar serving. Shake the service we provide and the manner ia which we perform it.That is why '

Training Union 7 P.M.- Edward Saxon, Director Joyce Futch rental house to the Mrs. C. C. Crosby. Shorty Med- with several ice cubes. Pour in you can depend on us for helpful service, as well! as for high : =
lock and his band, and little Ric-
MARVIN FAILE PASTORHEAR Methodist parsonage.Mr. cold glasses and serve. .
quality Sinclair Products.
and key, also Henry Bass and his '
Mrs. Roy Reddish of Mocha Swish
THESE SERMONS ON JUNE 26th Webster band of Jacksonville ,furnished .
were weekend guests of Mix 1 tablespoon chocalate syr-

11 A.M.-"God's Requirement for Stewards his mother. Mrs. V. R. Reddish. music and singing for about 75 up with 1-2 cup milk. Dissolve 1 Whenever you drive ia, look for these and many other, ; .

8 P.M.-Message by the Pastor Miss Marie Norman of Miamiis guests. teaspoon instant coffee in 1-4 cup free "
Green and Miss Martha services rendered cheerfully. :.'
Harry '
SPECIAL MUSIC AT BOTH SERVICES visiting her uncle and aunt, hot water. Add to chocolate milk. ;: ..
Winkler of Starke, Miss BeverlyJo
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream

Jerry Witcher and family of Crosby of State Farm, and and shake. This makes one serv-
.
. Heilbronn Miss Mary Alyce Crosby: spent BATTERY CHECK -: '..
were 4th of July guestsof ing. Maybe garnish with whipped TIRE CHECK RADIATOR CHECK .. ..t..
Jacksonville Beach. .
the Fourth at
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas. cream on top and a cherry for
Mrs. G. W Roberts and Mrs. The Clyde Edmondsons of Mi- party fare. Serve in cold glassesput AIR CLEANER CHECK FAN BELT CHECK OIL LEVEL CHECK
I'I'FI'R"Sr'"BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE ami returned'home last
Catherine Teare were recent busi- Sunday ( them in refrigerator or free- WINDSHIELD CLEANED BLADES
WIPER
after staying a while with the R. CLEANED
ness visitors to Gainesville.Mr. zer for several hours before).

FLA. and Mrs. E. E. Burney of R. Crosbys.The Encourage milk beverages this REAR WINDOW CLEANED
and Mrs. Malcolm
Jacksonville spent Saturday with Rev. summer they're good tasting
Galbrieth and Paul, of St.
his mother, Mrs. Georgia Ann son refreshing and chock full of food /
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Sapp. Augustine attended church here value! 51N LAI>;

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Sunday.message Rev. Sunday Galbreith night deliveredthe and i SINCLAIR ( w )
sons, David and Wendell, spent YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 morning in the absence of the pas-
the weekend visiting Bok Tower, brook purse-size fountain pens In
Sarasota and other points of interest tor, who is on vacation. Rev. Gal- pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- l+i>ZpjrfpnnrwM'c
breith will fill the next : (
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.\ 8:00 P.M. They left David at Sunday also.Jimmy pulpit ford County Telegraph.
Southern College Lakeland wherehe
Sunday Scheol 9:43 A.M.: Training Union 6:45 P.M. will continue his studies. and Buie Crosby enter- NOTICE TO APPEAR
In ffrralt<< O.rt. Bradford Cearry, SERVICE STATION '
tained the young people with a flat-Mat '. eaatecry.Angela .
Midweek Sen-Ice Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. swimming party Saturday on Fattorusso. Plaintiff, vs.

lake. 20 attended. Ralph Fattorusso. Defendant.Case SEEBER D. GOODMAN :
About
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Kingsley No. 10-104
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Sunday School, BTU, church !Yntlee T. ABri .
I 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. ;brook purse-size fountain pens in ,services and prayer meeting same To: Ralph and address Fattornsso Is: ,75 whose StewartStreet residence U. S. 301 at South City Limits

-- - -- "- ..'. ;5 pastel shades. Only $:.5S at Bradford : ;.(time a? usual Don't forget youth Brooklyn. Xew York. Starke Fla.

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Retail Association classes at RJE (Negro) high t T017LL LOVE the new Ester-
Tangled Affairs Insurance I school.
For Bradford Pupils Sponsors Effort ToBoost Study [brook purse-size fountain pens In

Heard Supt. Morgan urge all !j pastel shades. Only $3.33 at Bradford -

Citrus SalesThe members to attend as many school :;! County Telegraph.

End In Jail Cell For School Need functions as possible and to take ,i

National Association. an interest in all school activities. i


-'e. More Room For Ruth Staffa I mer Food a voluntary Citrus Chains Coolers is effort sponsoring to Campaign"boost a "Sum-consumption in- OkeyedBy BoardThe I Recent Birth: iI I W.C.T.U.,


of such "TilE GREATEST ASSET OF
Florida-grown Mr. and Mrs. Harold Black of

.1> (Continued from Page One) products as canned'grapefruit sections Bradford County School Lakeland announce the birth of [THIS NATION IS ITS MANhOOD -

Bradford County School County. 1 local taxes: were involved. lemonade and limeade.J. Board in a Tuesday meeting A X D WOMANhOOD
The daughter lives with Ruth's father a daughter Linda Rene, on June AM TilE
" Board told School S'tlt. Harmon At Bradford High School and I Under this program. Bradford and mother. E. Davis, chairman, of the marked by harmony and cooperation 27. Mrs. Black is the former DESTROYS UQUOK" TRAFFIC

.' P. Morgan Tuesday to prord Its affiliated elementary school could have floated $600,000 board of Lovett's Food Stores undertook a study and revamping Christine Gainey, daughter of Mr. BOTH.

with preliminary steps toward this has meant a $120,000 gymnasium and it still may hare to get the "It was a miserable marriage, said the campaign is slated for of insurance on boft and Mrs. Ralph Gainey of Starke. (FLORIDA GOOD XE\VS.)

new building program. a $35,000 music building. extra $75,000 or classroom space. says Ruth of her first husband, a July 1423. It was requested by buildings and buses. }

The action occurred after Morgan a $>0,000 &e'ementary cafetorlum "AU we're doing nosaid race track trainer. major citrus grower organizationsand Board members also held a candid -I -

warned that all Bradford a $ ;).OOO elementary classroom Morgan, "is filling current needs." Ruth worked for two years as approved by NAFC's Agricultural discussion of newspaper coverage -

classrooms, including those just hundin '. Still in use are the old-! What about the future, when a suit model for a New York firm. Committee as a part of the of their meetings, with some Sell It Rent It Trade

completedill be filled \\hen the er facilities some of them admittedly -: "Amendment One" is milked dry? She got a divorce. from her first association's farmer-retailer marketing criticizing and others praising. It

in run-down condition. I,What if enrollment swollen by husband. As outcome of its insurance
this fall. program.
school term opens
But. arcording to County School .the high birth rate of World War She met George Heroux at a Lovett's will call attention discussion, the Board decided to ITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
He told the Board it will take I special
Supt. Morgan, even this will not. II and the Korean conflict busts skating rink. They were properly seek outside advice on building
fclx months to to get started to the citrus campaign in the
on additional a year facilities, even If be enough. The average daily attendance -:the seams again? Where will introduced and she took him home chain's 72 stores by advertising: coverage and to drop some types' Low Rates Good Results E'asy To Place

Mill is rising but ,money come for new expansion to meet her parents. After a short of insurance on older vehicles. !0 WORDS OB
store stuffers LESS ONE INSERTION _
immediate action: is taken. displays, bag anddirect _
I fast. Last year, the ADA in the ,an expansion needed state-wide in engagement, the two were mar- The Board speedily approved a EACH 5
As a long rage plan, Morgan mail. j ADDITIONAL WORD 2e
elementary school was higher by" Florida? ried. Ruth was 20.Heroux. suggestion by County School

recommended; a .new 18classroomunit 77, with a S3 ADA hike In Brad-,I "I don't suppose we'll han anyalternative !' Kind One goal of the campaign is the: Supt. Harmon P. Morgan that nfil'or"T OF 1.1 PF.R CENT o\ TWO OR MOIIR I\SRRTIQ\

,, to with meet nettled.the anticipated heating facilities Increase -- ford High. I I but explain the situa-| "People can't believe it," she I' return to of their canned former grapefruit segments some impartial insurance advice I I 25f ADDITIONAL FOR BL1\D ADS OR ADS !SOT PAID IX ADViNTEFOR .

In attendance. : In short Bradford High's 28,I Hon to the people and ask for said, "but George was kind and, in the popular either from the State Education -'( SALE-Ford Skldder. See CIt .

cV s rooms and the elementary more taxes," said Morgan. 'Theseare considerate. :I loved him 'place home-maker's menu Department or a -large insurance Whitehead, Lawtey. :tchg '1 'ILCZIER'S :
But six classrooms costing r very planning. Shoppers lost the habit
only school's 82 a total of GO may things which must come." i much. He has his good side he company be obtained
In the neighborhood of $33.-J of buying them during'World War Individualized Cosmeticsare I
,stO leave Bradford school children I Meanwhile, Morgan and other was very kind and thoughtful." j I in an effort to secure economicaland now available in Bradford

000, would be built as soon as pos I hanging out the windows. school officials look enthusiastically They came to Florida on their!II, because the armed forces effective coverage of school County. Call 4J4-T, Mary Lou
'I i i Hillendahl Starke. for complementary
& Board has
slbl The School I bought most of the canned -
:
grapefruit
forward to
( The $525.000 school construction getting the $325,000 honeymoon and Heroux took property. consultation. 3tp 7/8
funds tb proceed with this starter pack for a three ,
which Includednew new facilities. Work is year per
program virtually Ruth out on his 'million dollar Insurance High

unit. facilities at the Lawtey:|complete. All that remains is yacht. t iod.To "Insurance costs are high," I Wheel Balancing

Probably never before In its 1 school and at KJE negro school cleaning up, a tour of inspectionby "Of course, he didn't change this trend, promotion Morgan said, "and we hare ?

history has the school system undergone -I In' Starke: came from ".\mend-,:I I architects and the State Department million for it. That's what pay it cost a I!\during the July campaign willfocus another $500,000! worth of buildings i Evinrude Motors

such sudden almostexplosive ment One," the constitutional of Education. on the high quality and nutritional SEYMOUR'S 66
I new, but it was real fancy and to insure. I think if we get Parts
expansion In the amendment two I I Then the builders valus of the I .. Service
adopted years I Parker had three cabins" she fruit, its: some sound advice, we may be ,
I explained. I SERVICE STATION
J
form of new construction. i-o. It enabled the counties -,: Construction Co. of Jacksonvilleand She caught a barracuda and a]:superior sweet taste since the bit liable to save the county some I

Within the past few months, no 1 with state help to, float bonds, the architects Goin and tarpon. The I ter "rag" has been removed in: money." I I
barracuda
they had Zimmel
FOU RENT
1t'Ss than a half million dollars I for school capital outlay, with ''Moore' of Gainesville will be mounted and she still has it at''processing as well as its reasonable .:Morgan also questioned whetherthe apartments.-Furnished Also and cottage.unfurnished RunaboutsFRED'S ;

have gone Into buildings. for children *h,. bonds to be renald from thecoznty's : through. Beginning in September, home. price. Board should continue Excellent desirable. location. close
carrying in. AV. H.
attending school in Bradford share of state funds. No the pupils will take o\er. I I Xollman. 201 W. lladi-
theft and collision insurance son.
I( They traveled around the coun fire, tfchg I II I MARINE

try from Florida to :Massachusetts : {I Bradford Motor Court on some of the older
New Gymnasium FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x It Con CENTER
and also fished in Canada. school buses. ISc.
[Sold To Pennsylvania crete block Cement $1.40
.. .. They lived in swank hotels and "After all," he asked "Who is per bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per
-- -" Temple & Pratt
; ;;. Couple J. E. Wall to old school bag. Bradford Engineering Co. Starke
: visited the race tracks. By going steal an yellow phone :$Ij. Starke. tf 'I '

-'-- "George was bus?"
tone
always
good
S ._ she said. The 16-unit Bradford Motor Discussion revealed that the I FOR REXT:-3-room apartment all
4: r- furnished, window
fan,
: Needed Court, owned by J. E. Wall Jr.since Board pays bus premiums amounting BILL SOTO electric box, hot water.gas Reason range

.. Weapon its construction in 1952 was with the able rent. Would like working
to
$1,000 a :year,
Heroux first himself ; couple or man. Adults
I
represented only.
SIGN SHOPOne -
sold July 1 toMr. and Mrs. Ma!- : premium in some cases nearly the Mrs. Errol Alvarez, 602 Lafayette
to Ruth salesman '
a ofi
St.
as I
I calm Pownall of Coatesvilla, Tenn. actual cash value of the bus. I 21p7 Ii
.
>; dental supplies. Later, when she
:Mile South
discovered him I| It is the first motor court yen Board member Ethan A. Sapp 1 GUARANTEED fsed Mens and Lad-

carrying a gun, he I i I ture for the Pownalls. He was a said some of the old'buses were On Keystone Highway ICs Watches. II down Jl a week
explained he
at Dahmers.
really was a gambler'and :
registered architect in Pennsyl1 not worth more than $50 or $i5.8ae tfchg
needed the weapon for de- 1;
vania.The. All Types Signs FOR
fense. $800 SALE-Log Cabin house on S

1 I motor court, located at Morgan told the Board about acres Rd. 100 of,land the on third Keystone house Height
Ruth
said across
she is afraid
of
guns.; I Starke's northern city limits on: $800 could be saved annually by FOR LEASE-New, Modern Sinclair RR track at City Limits. Over
Heroux did not display exceptional Service Station at a very desirable 300 feet on Rd. 100. Good terms.
I U. S. 301 first dropping the insurance on the
was in Ben
constructed "Sarge"
interest in location on Xorth Temple Ave. inCity Suslow, Box 1003
weapons, for
except occasional
1 ___ 1952 with 10 units. An additionalsix older buses. of Starke. Will be completedby Starke. ltt'hsr
practice she said. Neither
\ "' Aug. 1st. Phone 124 or S22-J.
--- units were added in Februaryof "It must be. understood he tfchg
of them, she said drank
i& this year. said "that we are not by any, PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS and In
heavil)". FOR REXT-Unfurnished five room stallation. H. B. Hamilton 324 I
: The Pownalls areaoy reside in means thinking of dropping liability hou.-e. lights and water, bath. At Cherry St. or P. O. Box 1108,
"George never had vast amounts I| the attached three-bedroom insurance on any buses." 617 E, 10th St. See Marvin next: Starke. 4tp t24RUBBER
_' j of money" she said. i resi- door. ltp I
"Occasionally
I' Chairman J. E. Brown suggested
d STAMPS
c ence. With them two made to order
.; are sons: :
,
.. he would gamble some. I've seen daters, numberers,
FOR SALE-on terms, notary
..
t :r I i Malcolm Jr. 22 and Morgan inspect the buses and I very easy seals
Thomas 16 facsimile
him put $200 on horse and ; modern three bedroom house. rebuilt stamps. Bradford County
a
Biggest job of Starke school construction was the gymnasium, costing 120000. The building, whichmea"UffS ] sometimes win a thousand dole I M rs. Pownall's mother, Mrs. Edwin drop policies on the older ones. and redecorated. On Edwards Telegraph. tf
; Board Loop. See W. H. :\01lman.Stark. ,,
Eventually, the adopted i a
108 by 90 feet, seats 1,000 people on bleachers which fold Into the walls when not in use. I l lar:." I Moore, and her brother I E. .. tfchg %5 PAID ON SAVINGS KEY-
M. Moore. motion by H. A. Lawson that only: STONE STATE BANK KEY.
The main basketball court measures 94 by 50 feet. For practice sessions, the bleachers are folded back I Did Heroux pal around with a j buses less than four years old be FOR SALE-2 Aluminum cool-vent STONE HEIGHTS, FLA.., MEMBER -

creating two practice courts measuring 74 by 40 feet. The building also contains a ticket office, a gang?" No, she said. He had L I I Wall said his plans are indefinite. I completely covered with insur awnings!, n. each. Bradford CountyTelegraph. tf FDIC.
He has rented a home' I in
concession stand, and modern shower facilities for boys and girls.New' only one close friend. I ance.
Starke, plans to help the Pownalls FLORIDA PROPERTY DESIRED ACCESSORIES
Heroux Arrested i I and take a vacation. The discussion concerning Tele Direct from owner, choice real
Cafetorium After six months as man and graph coverage of School Board etate, $15,000 up. What have
jr The real estate exchange was you to Fell? Business Homes
w ife, Heroux was arrested for a meetings stemmed from news
Motels. Trailer Courts Apartments
handled SEYMOUR'S
by Worth and Worth 66
.-- -- .. .- .,- Kansas bank robbery, for whichhe of stories concerning a 2.2 tie vote Hotels. Ranches, Acreage,
: ',.. :; .' "" "i"f;. Tampa, which specializes in motor Subdivisions etc. Give price location
-., v' 't "-" ". ..--1,.. ., drew a 25-year term. Ruth, courts Williams and Futch over selection of a Bradford High description. R. Richie,, SERVICE STATION
I '.\ who had not- known him when th Le were School bandmaster. The disputewas 1928 Fig St., Kenner. La.
attorneys for Wajl, and Alex Yawn
:tp 'IllS.
rol-bery was committed, saw him dissolved after Supt. Morgan: .
for
Pownall. LET J. D. ODOH,
'I only a few times after the arrest declared M. C. Thompson was: HAXDLB TOrn JR.
,
I She met Rav Staffa. a former director automatically because of Electric Motors CATTLE ANn_HOGS I
I SALES
race horse jockey, in New Yorkin Rotary Launches state law.. I REWOUND AND Live Onk Each WriutnttT

i 1954. They came separately Never Dodged Gileegeille Each Friday

I'to Miami, during the racing Into 18th Year Chairman Brown referring to SERVICEDGeneral U
'
[port last fall. and were sea-I;I news stories in which other Board Machine Work FOR SALE

March. Ruth says she told A. J. Thomas Sr., retiring president i members. commented at his absence I
All Work Guaranteed
.husband she was not divorced of the Starke Rotary Club, at a meeting, said, "I have SLAG ROCK

'from Heroux, Staffa says she didinot. Yielded the gavel to T. H. Slade been on the Board for 12 years! Reasonable Rates

.. -. I Wednesday as the organization and in all that time I have never! Excellent for
"
;
; Drivewaysand
>.- launched into that I RED SEAL
.. Meanwhile, Heroux had been its eighteenth )'ear'as' been in a disturbance like Parkways
.. ki..._ $.. brought to Florida to face trial Starke's oldest civic luncheon last meeting. I have never dodgedan '

The new cafetorium is for the Starke elementary school only the older cafetorium be operated: for armed robbery and the kidnapping -|club.I issue .. ." ELECTRIC & MACHINE $3.00 Per Yard

for high school students. Furnished with the latest in cooking facilities, it will have the capacity to: of two policemen in!I "Aside from our churches, there: Board attorney Lex Greeiycom- SHOPF. In 5 Yard Lets

feed S50( children at one time. Morgan explains the seating capacity estimate actually is low more Dade County. He was given a 25:b no other organization whose mented, "The Board can alwaysgo W. GRAUDON

children can be accommodated at one time. The ne building cost $:>0.000. year sentence and sent to ti iet I principles and aims, when proper-i into executive session." Sucha Owner Manager Call

ily lived, serve mankind session would be closed to the
State Prison in 1952. I to any BILLY JACKSON
Temple & Pratt Ph. 397
New Classrooms Ruth told Heroux's father she l higher degree than do those of' public and the press. Starke ilL

was in Florida and was willingto I j Rotary." President Slade said In'' But Supt. Morgan said "I Phone 165

. visit George. She paid three i or ,prefacing his outline of the Club's see no reason for closed meetings,I Brooder holds
SALE-Battery
I FOR
; : C four visits to Heroux at the State(''program of activities for the new and I doubt very much whether' 45 chicks. Two" fried size. R. A. RADIOS REPAIREDAll

E Prison. they are legal. Personally, I have Nettles, lit. 1$ in front of Pelican I Slake; All M.deU8ei
year.He 2tp 7/15 ....kle charge
Club. gura.te4
". .4 Made Mistake ,I stressed the fact that the always found the newspaper to be CUAS. C. SHEPHEBD

it "That was my mistake" he,,club will need an increased budget fair and I am always available to IF landscaping YOU XEED done.any yard See work Edward or TO W. can g t. Ktarfcr Pfc. S3*

t, said. "As soon as George found j:if the program is carried out, and answer any and all questions relating Jones last house on dirt road I POWER MOWERS For Rt and

............ out I was in Florida I found!'I|he named Guy .Andrews as chairman to school matters. street by Bid Dad Plant. 4tp 7/2-a Titty's Sale.Ve Service service what we BelL

A I Ii notes on my front doorstep. Cars. of a finance committee with Principles Involved FOR REXT-Small furnished house A\'e. Station. Temple tfchg

.,. _. kept passing the house atj I iJ. H. DuPre and T T. "So far as I am concerned, the located at 55$ W. Call St. or -
looking Long as
.
._. j I
phone 11J-J. Also cottage on
'
,- -- -i : members. and strict adherence to
,. ; + principles BULL-DOZING
::.:. '. ; ,. me suspiciously. I became afraid. Kingbley Lake for rent after FILL
>- .. S. .. ,. ,-t <... '. '' .. '" .-. .. ..:.:. -:,. ;:;;',. Heroux began pressuring h er'I I Chairman of the four main sonalities, but rather a matter of 14, by week. or month. Mrs. E. J.Dowlinsr. DIRT LAND CLEARINGOyster
.' . .: . Itchg
"
.- branches of principals and strict adherence to;
:' to furnish him guns. Big guns, Rotary service for the
.-. 'r. : : ,, :- oJ l like shotguns and machine is.n ew year were announced the school laws." FOR SALE-I-bedroom house all Shell Peat Humus
.. .,.:. '_' ..... ;i. ..:r.v.._ ;;!; gin as follows modern conveniences, partially:
Chairman Brown the overall
JiII' > Club
"I told : Service set
George I could never Dr. R. S. MullinsL -. furnished. 1 acre land. Call Eston Bid;. Sand -raving Driveways
The new jStarke elementary school wing, built at at cost of $95,000, contains eight additional classrooms those. Where in the world gild t Vocational Service, L. H. Gibson tone of the meeting when he said, Jordan 105-W, 412 N. Cherry SI.

and a number of offices. It adds room for 280 additional students, but Morgan said students I get the money? George said Community Service, George "We've always gone along with Itp OVID LEWISW.

already are on hand to more than fill the new tacit ity. The classroom are of modem design one I the boys I don't know who 'L. Patten; International Serv- the recommendations of the school UNDERWOOD writer for sale.NOISELESS Good condition.type Madison St. Starke

side with windows taking maximum advantage of natural light, the other opening onto a covered they were, his friends, I guess -I I ice.i E. L. Matthews. trustees and I think that from $55. Bradford County Telegraph.tf: PH. 3S6-W
to work
now we going together -
and I would be suspicious until I showed on are
walkway patio. chased in a bottle. The application for the good of the schoolsystem.
good faith. George said I would FOR REXT 4-room furnished WANTED-Graduate Nurse for
have to get him a of heat brought out the .' apartment, private bath. Adults floor duty. 3 to 11 shift. Doctors ,
New Music Building "I him the gun. writing.: She had no idea how In other matters, the Board: preferred. Mre. 'D. L. Silcox 331: Hospital. tfchg
got gun. It was a Clark St. Itchg
tiny"thing. And I didn't get it for Heroux secured invisible ink while Accepted with regret the resignation FOR SALE BY OWNER:-Over 5
Cuilt at a cost of $35,000, the him to in prison.So of Bill'Coram, former LADIES BILLFOLD left at Florida acres of high land, 275 front feet
escape with. George himself Power & Light Co. Owner may on Hiway 301, by 1,331 feet deep
brand new Starke music building said-it wouldn't do. I got the that is Ruth Heroux, the principal at Brooker School; no have by identifying. Itch g about 3 miles south of Starke.

Is the latest in modern music construction pun and it All-American type whose bedside] successor to Coram was announced : My sign on property.-Ben Sns-
.. .. gave to him just to shelf contains LOST-Two, part cocker spaniel low, Box 1003. Starke. Ztclig
*
it has a band room, ahoral show my good faith. I was scared."I a row of medicine by the Board. female dogs, with Lake City Inoculation
know I bottles, cosmetics, and a Bible Considered lists of equipment tags. One black long
( room instrument and uniform pled guilty to giving haired. the other black and tan
him a gun SQ he could escape. furnished by a local church worker. needed to supply the new school with spots over eyes. Lost from Want To Sell?
j storage rooms eight individual But cafeterias. and the prices and Spring Lake on June 14. Later
I
honestly. didn't. I
pled seen the vicinity of
practice rooms and two of guilty because I believed they'd: Confinement said Ruth, has I then suggested that Supt. Morgan Gold in Corp. Reward Humphreys Of ferei Lbt with us. Write or Call by

jf : licf'In part it ls built of special charge me with first degree murder. made her very nervous and she. is I discuss the matter with the school David Starke.H. Montgomery, Box flZ 5, New Office for details on our
a under a doctor's care. Her main personnel responsible for serving ltj.,
sound-proof bocks. Double I was afraid to -die." method of selling.
i interest is what her own sentence meals and make purchases in accordance PROPERTY FOR SALE on paved
glass in Intf'riorindows insure Bullets In Hand will be. She can receive 10'yea; .15.I with the funds available. street. One acre near new hos FREE LISTING AND
The small Italian make gun pital. hady and cool. Five room
one practicing student \\ill not I in- was not loaded when "If anyone had told me a year Moved that bids be solicited house with tub bath. Frontage for ADVERTISINGStrout

tertl'relith another. Room wallsare she concealed ago that rd be in jail," she said j. for the seats needed for the new two more. residences. J. T.Quiglev. .
it in her girdle and Hchg
.-' ... canted to avoid musical ('('bot'S.It it smuggled scanning the 'bars in IiWilder-1 classrooms. Realty .
past guards when
she
; i is part of a long range program ment, "I would have Authorized the purchase of 10 LOST-Yellow female collie one JOIIXIE HANSEN Rep
visited Heroux in the prison. The year old. Named "Gypsy", Call
-:; : o '' and: i> designed to ultimately ccfletdirectiytothestage nL bullets she said were in a small crazy. I(typewriters for the commercial 374-J. Itch g ;3 Miles South of Starke on SOl

of a *asr clasped'in her hand. s- -: FOP. SALE-Small lot facing on P. O. Box 307, Starke Fla.
proposed neauditorium.. -- -- ---
Rd. 109 one mile South City Limit
Was :
.she
frightened? "No.
I !!. N. Thorsland, RFD 1, Box _
iust didn't care. I had been MNKLER 121. Starke. Fla. %tp 7/15

C. S. Partin Picked Health Unit Nurse Starke Gas Dealers hounded so much about the gunit ELECTRIC SERVICE FOR SALE OR REXT-New three PRE-CAST stallation. PEPTIC H. B. TANKS Hamilton.' and 224 In-

was a relief to get it bedroom home with lake Cherry St. or P. O.. Box 1108
over with frontageon
For Education Post I|Takes Short CourseMrs. Told Of Tax RefundThe whAther I was caught or not." Rt. 100 near Keystone Heights. Phone 415-W. Starke. Ztp 7/8
i Extra lots with commercial value.
Bradford High School Principal Arlin McKnight Bradford Starke I She placed the weapon undernnper Dr. Bollinger, phone 108 Starke. FOR gilts.S.LE-Two Each has nice Hamshlre i
chapter of I ths good breeding
Charles S. Partin has been chosena i I '. towelin: in the ladies rest Itp! and is well marked. Eight months
,, County public health nurse, leaves Florida Allied Gasoline Retailers! old,
member of the governing boardof I room. How Heroux got hold of FOR SALE-One acre with small ready to breed. $50. G. T. I
., Saturday for the University of Association met in the Con rt- i the : house unfinished near Bethel Huggins. Phone %13. 2tchg '7/8
: and
the Department of Secondary weapon concealed. it has'le.r s\p I I- FOR JiENT-Two bedroom furnish
North Carolina where she house Tuesday night to hear ani RADIO II Church. A Bargain. Qulgley & ed
School'Principals.The i will attend I. been revealed. I i, r)avl... Itch- house, (12 Lake St. Also one
I address by C. G. of JacksoKvflle bed furnished
10-day short course on Floyd What about I I cottage. Adults.
announcement made the lengthy letter FOR SALE of land Wellitreet Phone 183-W, Mrs. A. F. Sauls. J.
was by cancer control association field rep re- % ) AND Strip on 638
, Heroux wrote her detailing elaborate Paved front. Bargain. McMahon St., tfchg
Ed Her.ders.-n of Tallahassee, executive i Mrs. McKnight was awarded a sentative. escape plans involving -- i Quiglev & T>avff.. Itrh-*

d-rector or the Florida '.short course scholarship by the Floyd gave a history of I tha secret codes and invisible ink thecmurgling TELEVISIONSales FOR SALE!-fprlght piano poodndition. FOR Danding SALE-Three Road. H building mile from lots City on

Edacatcn! Association. The secondary ''Florida division of the American AGRA and explained the two i per ; of guns in a can of ZENITH 17" .95 < J100 110. Telephone Jill, Limits. FOR RENT-Four room j
'I Cancer cent evaporation and shrinkage lard! Evanston T1811K 159 Mrs. M. M. Sargent, KeystoneHt'il"hts. furnished cottage. Shady lawn
Society
school group is associated Up: enclosed porches electric kitchen.
with the FEA.Henderson tax refund given gasoline dealers Letter Fantastic Adults. J.Irs. L. JL Clark. Rt. 1.
I jby the 1955 Legislature.! .. When Your TV Needs FOR TIFXT-One bedroom cottage Box 440. Beesent Rd. left of
said Partin was recommended -. Phil Constans of Gainesville who "That was fantastic. I never Service Call 166 and Service I furnished. Xo children or pets.: Call St. bridge one mile. tfchg I
I I I Gasoline retailers interested [thought Georee Mrs. L D. Vlning phone 49. ItpAPARTMENT !
by Pres. .John Sexton created a vacancy when he moved would follow it
of the I t I (in joining! the association were I couldn't
\ Secondary Princpal's35n.. from the district to which he was skfd to contact L. B. Alvarez at It 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I FOP. REXT-Large newspaper route In Starke Area. )
On the board, Partin repla<"es chosen to serve. !'Temple ; was just impossible bedroom kitchen prhitr bath, Cah b..nd and gmdSr required
and Call streets. p reh and private fit ranee. 514 Wnte
The invisible ink It was pur- ---- P. O. Bwi 2"5, Palatka,
---- West Madison Ave
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