Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 jii Ball Team Wins The Man, The Gun The Woman Keystone Flyers

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Three Straight I :' ,_ l.. Battle WeatherTo

I The Starke American Legion's Fill MissionMembers For

basebaU team racked up three, BradfordRecord

straight wins, in the, past two
weeks, whipping Ocala during a of the Keystone
double header June 30 and Willis- Heights Civil Air Patrol braving

_ton July 5. I rain and high winds, did their Breaking $216,874 Budget

Games slated for last Monday j:41w: part Saturday in testing the meddle Given Tentative
Just flip the awith and run for an umbrella Those are the plansof and Tuesday rained of the state's Ground Observer ApprovalA

Mrs. Carson Griffis at Highland, north of Lautey, who is operator But the Starke were team will play out. : ) '.. Corps.

of the only rainmaking machine in the Bradford County area. The Gainesville' at Starke at .8 p.m. 'i: The Keystone unit, along witha record breaking tentative 1955-56 county budget of

machine releases silver iodide in an invisible vapor and the chemical Friday, July 15.' Jacksonville group, flew a num- $216,874 was adopted by the Bradford County Board
moisture in the form of 'The ber of forays into east and west County Commissioners of
supposedly makes clouds release their Ocala July tournament 1823. will be held .in Raymond Staffa (left), race track exercise boy, and Ruth Heroux North Florida during the eastern Courthouse. in a special meeting :Monday at the

I Staffa this week received 10 years sentences for their roles in smuggling Air Defense Commanding train-

The two games in Ocala were a gun to convict George Heroux in the State Prison. The gun, ing exercise for civil defense. Calling for an increase of 22 per cent or $39,066

rain.The started to go seven innings, but a .25 calibre automatic of Italian make, is pictured in the center. It Although the weather delayedand last year's budget, the new schedule of spending holds over
the first lasted the
before Post 56 tax
Rain CameDeluges scored four runs in the top of the was used by Heroux in the April 4 fatal shooting of J. G. Godwin, as-, interrupted flights during the millage of at 17.25, same as last year. This is possible be-

12th to win 7-3. sistant prison superintendent. day, Keystone Commander Bert cause an equal increase in county revenup-

.,, ,, Christoffers termed the mission a ----
Bring Move To Halt Rainmaking Randall Davis pitched beautiful') success. On a similar mission recently About a third of the increase,

baseball for 12 innings, giving the Keystone unit was August 16 Set $13,855 for payment of outstanding
But Can The Faucet Be Cut Off? Ocala only five hits. indebtedness,
Two of these Gun cited as the best in the state. is included in
-_ were of the scratch type. The; Smugglers With Keystone Air Field as For Home Mail the budget at the insistence of

team backed him with 10 hits and base of the state auditor, who told the
Bradford County. operations, took
Rainmaker no, the rains have come to planes off
or Board
week committed only one error, com and flew west over Gainesville as August 16 is the it must stop carrying bills
Hardly a day passes without showers.and Hardly rocking a chair pared to Ocala's five hits and six;I Draw 10 Years far as Chief land, then north to for home mail delivery new in- I lover from one year to the next.
three pitchfork
passes without two or errors. Heretofore, it has been
knockedout I I High Springs before returning. Starke, Postmaster G. J. Mc the prac-
downpours. Even the railroad signals in Starke are The second game went seven I,, They also flew over Palatka to GriEf Jr. said this week. [tice in Bradford County, 83 well

of whack by thunderstorms. innings with Wallace Rivers giving Judge Gives Staffas Maximum Penalty Marineland and return. :McGriff stressed the date Is as many others, to pay bills left

The question is: Are Uie rains-- only three hits. Post 56 backed The mission was under command strictly tentative and subject over at the end of a fiscal year

purely an outpouring of nature and; deposited them 'on one spot, Wallace up, getting seven hits and I For Part In Godwin Killing of Col. Harold Ashley of to change by higher postal out of the following year's funds.

or are they the work of rain- the total would be about the size no errors. The final score was Jacksonville and squadron commanders authorities.The But this, in turn, necessitateda

makers, employed by Bradfordand of one grain of salt. 62. i I Maximum ten year sentence for their gun smuggling Christoffers of Keystone postmaster still has not shortage at the end of that year,

20 other counties to bring According to wind
drought relief ,conditions, the vapor is supposed were Randall Davis with five for G. Godwin were' meted out Monday to Raymond Staffa and I the Jacksonville squadron. formal authorization. But More For Indigents

Z. W. Hamilton of Brooker i to bring rain within five to 150 nine, Eulie Rushton three for 'Ruth Heroux Staffa. Keystone members participating he said the postal authoritiesat The balance of the increase is
chairman of Bradford's 12-man miles. seven, and Glen Reddish four for The two had pleaded guilty to conveying a small foreign were Capt. C. B. Marvin, Lt the Jacksonville regional offices largely'explained by an additional

rainmaking committee, thinks the Before the rainmakers can eight. The whole team looked I make automatic to convict George Heroux. who used the: Marjorie Jones, Lt. Jacque Collins hare advised him everything $5,000 budgeted for hospital care

rainmakers are doing the job.Andhe bring rain, two factors are neces good and, the hitting L& beginning April 4 to kill.Godwin. Lt. Roy Browning, Harry would be ready August for indigents, $2,500 extra for
thinks Bradford has enough. I First, there must be cloud to pick Baker, James Puckett, Lt. Walter 16. costs of
sary. up.
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Hamilton this week was attempting I Second, the temperature ,inside The third game wag won Tues- found Heroux- guilty'J J-.J of w. I I King, Lt. Walter Mulhoffer, Capt. $2,100 for elections $1,500 for

to reach other members I the cloud must be as low as 27 day night in Williston. The Starke murder but saved first'de-I and there was no intention of its I t. T. Lovorn, Austin Bell, Thomas beautification of highways.

of the weather committee. He, i3 .degrees Fahrenheit. team banged out 10 hits gree use as an escape weapon. L.. Barnes, Lt. William Breeze, Smaller
and er- the electric chair increases
seeking to cut off the faucet until I Iodide As Nuclei rored only twice to down Willis- by I I However, Heroux tried to make Lt. W. B. Belote and Lt. John Lifesaving Classes of the items occur in many
as 43
farmers can seed in the I i ing mercy. i his break by forcing a guard to out of the
get The minute iodide particles ton 10 to 5. sentence' Hammond.The Scheduled At School total of 76 were
Heroux received a life upped, a reflec .
ground. nuclei for rain take him from his cell block at
serve (tas starting cadets were Jerry Colley
Edwin Johns started for Post because, some jurors said, there tion of the county's growth and
Plenty Of Rain drops. They flow from a genera 56 but was replaced by Randall was doubt in the Jury's mind gun point. He saw Godwin, shot Eugene Howe, Myron Prevatt. Lifesaving classes for advanced added cost of its services.
He said silver iodide generatorsin tor at the rate of a million billiona Davis in the him once in thj shoulder, then Larry LaMee. Stuart Jones. Red swimmers will be held next weekin Here
third. are
whether some
Johns had the Godwin slaying occurred of the typical
Lake City Newberry and such minute. Air currents carry trouble with his chased him into a prison office Salmon and John C. Cooper. a connection with the school's increases:
spots are hard at work and them up to the clouds. gained control. Davis during an escape attemptor and shot him again. He. was over- member of the Florida Air Na- summer program, according to
"we're of rain" as for the. win and whether it was a premediated powered, only after two An increase of $2.50 weekly was
getting plenty That's the service that Brad looked wounding tional Guard. J. C. Hobbs.
good with his curve baiL grudge killing because Godwin voted to the
the seeded clouds drift over Brad- ford bought when it agreed last other guards. road maintenancecrew
Buddy Weaver, the all-state sent Heroux to solitary confine- Strong swimmers 12 years old and $5 a week more to both
ford.Explaining June to chip in $1,723 as its shareof basketball star, absorbed the loss ment. Was Child BridaMrs. 90th BirthdayMrs. or in the 7th grade will be en- the; road superintendent. and
he is seeking Staffa who modeled
per- the $81,500 cost of bringing once
for Williston tered in. the junior lifesavingclass.
mission to call off the rainmakers rain to 20 North Florida and being knocked out Calm At Sentencing clothes in New York, was a child janitor.
Johns of Starke
Laura .
in the fifth inning. Circuit JudeGeor2'e. __ L._ _Patten_ Those 16 years or in the
for a while he said, "Over in this two South Georgia counties. - -- .. bride at 15 and is the, mother ofa who recently celebrated her 90th Insurance policies on county
section of the county, we'd like The money, which went to the !!;win Johns has looked good!levied the maximum penalty by ,.six-year-old child living in New birthday, has received a vast number 11th gradeill be in the senior buildings increased to provide

to tell them to put it off. We're Water Resources DevelopmentCorp .lately on first base. Gus Kopelou- r giving the Staffas ten years each. York. She divorced her first bus- of congratulations.One group. I coverage up to 80 per cent of the

4 getting all we can use. We're of Denver, Cola., also pays sog has improved greatly and is. Both took the sentencing calmly.. band. then married Heroux inig2. letter from CongressmanBilly Hobbs asked those interested to worth: workmen's compensation

, gettIng' our share; aM it'i'' even for. liability' Insurance Incase beginning to hit. in the clutch. Mrs. Staffa.. before sentencing! Matthews, wished Mrs. contact him before Monday.. The insurance taken out on county

, too wet to plant soybeans." someone takes a' notion to sue Coach Register is, well pleased, : asked for leniency because of their She lived with him six months Johns "heartfelt congratulations I,classes will be held four days employees.

The chairman of the weather the rainmakers for drowning with the recent improvement in'cooperation with law officers. before Heroux drew a total of 50 and best wishes for more next week. Transportation will Welfare Hiked .
I many
committee in the adjacent countyof their pet ducks.Incidentally the whole team.Building. I' After sentencing, the 23yearold 'yearg'prison for robbery and kidnapping years of continued happiness." I be furnished to Kingsley Lake. I I The amount budgeted for weJ-

Alachua agrees the rainmakersare .Bradford- still I shapely' and attractive blonde incidents which occurred '.fare and hospitalization is raisedin

bringing the showers. "A lacks,$300 of raising its share'of Permits .remarked to a deputy, "Georgie before she know him. every item; the state welfare

number of Us believe the rains are the -rainmaker's fee. If the I I.was right. There just isn't any Without benefit of divorce, she BUS Bandmaster Gets Early Start department budget was increasedby

coming from the machines," said money isn't raised, the county will Hit Half MillionThere !just ce." married Staffa last March. $300; the general welfare fund,

li[. Bryant. be dropped from the plan in six Testimony revealed Heroux approached FaceBigamy Charge used generally for emergencycases

Are Rains Natural? months. was over a half million Mrs. Staffa for aid in a Both the Staffas apparently can On Planning For Football Season from $600 to $900; the appropriation -

Are the rains natural? That's dollars of home and business construction prison escape. He asked for large receive up to five years additional for tuberculosis patients -

, a big question. Bradford in Starke in 1954, ac; calibre guns and contrived an imprisonment for bigamy. It will in the state hospital from

The U, S. Weather Bureau's Highway cording to figures released this elaborate plan for smuggling the be up to authorities in Dade Coun- Bradford County's new and $2,400 to $3,500, due to more

long-range weather map shows an week by City Clerk Carl Johns. guns and other material for a ty, where they were married, to energetic bandmaster, a horn r patients sent from Bradford

anticipated heavy rainfall during Accidents Rising, The total of $546,098 in buildingwas prison escape. press charges. tooter himself, already is buckling County.

July from Lake City to Key West. as follows: Made Purchase Under state law, both the Staf down to the Job of whipping a Due to greater court activities,

So maybe Bradford would be. receiving Says Road PatrolThe New residences, 82, costing Staffa, a 27-year-old race track fas will be eligible for parole in snappy school band into shape for ',5' the items budgeted for witness

the rains rainmaker.. or $432050; remodeled residences, boy in Miami, purchased the .25 six months. football season. fees, juries, insanity hearings, and

no--'. number of Bradford County 12, costing $11,748; new business calibre Italian automatic with a Generally speaking, however, "There'll be lots of work to do," similar expenses, all have been

And a secret test conducted automobile accidents in June buildings, 7, costing $76,500; remodeled $50 or $60 money order sent by a parole will be impossible until they commented M. C. Thompson. "You enlarged.

by New York University and the tripled the number reported for business buildings, 13, convict. have served a third of the sen know, folks see their band at the Only new items added to the

Office of Naval Research seemsto June of 1954. ,.costing $25,800.During Mrs. Staffa with the gun in her tence. Even this is determinedby worse time during football budget are one for $825 to erecta

show that rain can not be, the past six months of girdle and bullets in hand, passed their prison behavior and pros- season at the first of the school] fence around the county jail,
State Patrolman C.
artifically induced on a big scale i Highway 1955, building construction in inspection of guards on visiting pects for rehabilitation. year. They seldom see their band I. and $1,500 to be used for beautification -

The test was designed to study I Musgrove reported nine accidents Starke has totaled $137,279, In- day February 11 and left gun and The possibility that Staffa when its really in good shape the of the county's highways.

large-scale effects of rainmaking.It .I injured 11 people in June. Last cluding both business and residen- bullets under toweling in the would draw draw a lighter sentence last part of the school year." Impounding Reduction

had no bearing. localized, efforts year during the same period, there tial ladies room. Somehow, Heroux: than Mrs. Staffa becauseof That's why, explained Thompson Only place where a reduction

which may show some signsof were only three accidents and Included in recent permits, was got the gun and concealed it for his relatively minor part and he would like band members occurs in the, budget is a cut in

success. none was injured. one issued to Mrs. J. G. Godwin two months from guards, who his cooperation with officials -both past and prospective the impounding appropriation of

On the basis of their extensive Property damage totaled $3,065 for a $9,200 residence on New I were warned about the weapon. did not materialize. However, to contact him now. $1,200 last year to $500 this year.

tests, NYU and the Navy said no this year as compared to $1,825 Blanding Road. Mrs. Godwin The Staffas maintained the gun parole officials may take this into Thompson reported to BHS for! The Board debated this reduction

soap rain can't be induced overa last year. now resides at the State Farm.I,was simply to show "good faith" account. dutv Julv. 1. after something of! ___ _J .kM and finally decided en this amount
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large area.Generator. .i A running picture of the automobile -I where her husband was fatally---1 a furor over his appointment. The to cover the sheriffs expenses

Near Bradford mishap scene reveals thatso shot by convict George Heroux in Boat Award-Dance Tobacco Quota local School Board split 2-2 be- ------------ -- under the new fence law which

The only generator near Bradford far this year Bradford has had April. Set For SaturdayThe tween him and former bandmasterCarl M. C. Thompson takes effect this fall

County is located at Highland 32 accidents injuring 27 people, Data In Mails i Roberts. County Supt. Harmon Income for the county is in-

near the northern Bradford killing one, and resulting in Saratoga Residents Bradford County Jaycees P. Morgan finally declared I the school creased as follows:

County line on U. S. 301. This $22,295 damage. During the will sponsor a dance Saturday 'in Flue-cured, tobacco allotments 1 Thompson as bandmaster becauseof Thompson expects about 170() The new division of racing

generator doesn't effect Bradford .same period last year there were Receive Rural Mail the'Starke USO building accord- for the 1956 crop have been mailed automatic operation of the law. students for band work. Accord funds, whereby the Board of
L. :
probably is 22 accidents injuring six killing ing to President Tom Casey. to Thompson, who was bandmaster their County Commissioners, the Boardof
designed to bring Residents in growers July 8, 1955, so ing Jo ability, they will be
rains to Duval County. two and bringing $11,815 in can'receive' Saratoga Heights Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. that each grower will have this at Chipley, didn't even know about placed in the concert marching 3 Public Instruction. and' the
damage. mail delivery and the 'refreshment bar will be the controversy. The job change band or three other Hospital Corp. each have an equal
The catagories -
unimposing generator immediately if they erect rural information before the July 23. but he share, results in
Musgrove continues to reportan open shortly after. meant no salary raise. junior an additional
housed ,
in a metal cabinet elementary, beginners.
and increase in arrests for traffic type mailboxes near the road; The boat, the prize for donations referendum., The referendum, according -j sought to get closer to the University Thompson explained this $11,000 for the Commission.An .
not unlike portable barbe- system -
a Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. said
violations in Bradford. In June, solicited the past month, to N. J. Davis, Chairman of Florida because of his r I is to students additional $476,977 assessed
cue pit. U located in the rear of necessary keep
the Carson Griffis store. Poweredby ,he ,arrested 13 issued 66 written this week. I will be .awarded at 11 p.m. of the Bradford County Agricultural daughter, Gladys Kathryn 17, I working up the ladder so the band I|valuation on real and personal

house I warnings and cited 24 for faulty McGriff said the service started II There is no admission chargeto Stabilization and Conservation plans to enter as a pharmacy always will have talent property is estimated to bring
current it coming
about a foot thick, and three measures feet I equipment. In June of 1954, there July 1. but failure to erect mail- the dance. Patrons simply are : Committee will determine student. to replenish those graduating. $8,307 in,new taxes to the county.

wide and deep.It were four arrests 36 warningsand boxes is hindering development of' asked to show their donation whether marketing quotas and Other members of the Thompson The bandmaster has nothingbut Other items which will reflect

is operated by Mrs. Carson no faulty equipment citations.So the new roufe. ticket to the doorman. price support will be in effect family include his wife. Carmi!' praise for the new BHS music i greater income to the. county are

Griffis, who get3 her orders by far this year Musgrove has He said Saratoga Heights Teceh.es for the 1956 crop. A farm's I I and a son. Macky, 15. All members -, building, a $35,000 structure to candidate's election filing fees of

telephone from headquarters in arrested 97. issued "365 warningsand delivery daily about 3 p.m.except Lake Lot Owners marketing quota is the production I except Mrs. Thompson play be used the first time this year. about $2,600; confiscated automobile

Tallahassee. The gadget started cited 93 for faulty equipment. Sundays.The from. the. farm where the acreage I band instruments. "It's one of the nicest of its equipment $1,500; added
rural service includes many aGes not exceed the allotment Thompson himself "plays some kind in Florida" revenue in the fine and forfeiture
work June 18 he said. "Jack
and sometimes I
runs features not available on other Ordered To Move Chairman of all instruments." It>r the past fund $5,330 additional
12 hours straight. Motor Mail Details I Davis reminds Brad- sonville, Miami or Tampa would ; gasoline
I routes said McGriff. He said ford several he has led an I taxes $6,000.
County flue-cured tobacco years be proud of it.
Inside the Gray top Pellets of the Specified By McGriffStarke I patrons will receive parcel post Road BarricadesCan growers that the July 23 referendum orchestra for advanced music "No matter how large the I Budget Tentative

generatoris I can register mail and can purchase will determine whether students. His Chipley group had county grows, the music buildingwill ; The budget la tentative and will
a square hopper full of dark Postmaster G. J. Mc- money orders and stamps.In a lakefront owner block offa not become final until it
10 is form-
marketing and pieces.
quotas allotments be
gray thumbnail.pellets about This the size of a Griff Jr. this week warned pa- addition to Saratoga Heights, county road leading to his partof will continue acreage in effect. Thompson expects to start an handle a large 200-piece enough.band." It can ally adopted at the next meetingof
coke high-grade, trons on the city's proposed new McGriff said patrons on Alton the lake? The growers have three choices: orchestra at BHS, one of per- Thompson would like students the Board, which will be held

foundry iodide and impregnated "ithsU'er motorized route that they must Road to Pratt Street, two blocksin The Board of County Commissioners for quotas for the next 3 years, haps 15 pieces. He explains thisprovides interested in instrumental work August 1.
acetone. secure rural-type mailboxes to the same general area, also ruled against the practicein for outlet for advanced Clerk Charles stated
An electric motor quotas for 1956 only, or to an 'during the summer to contact him Darby
located under be included in home delivery.He can avail themselves of the services -I a meeting Monday at the court- discontinue students who after masteringroutine I' during the meeting that he bud-
the quotas for 1956. If :at the school. He is available at
hopper operates an automatic said they could not be included by erecting mailboxes. I house. I at least band to lose get is based on both
to two-thirds of the growers pieces begin the school from 8:30 to 4:30 week- estimated
feed drop a few pellets at a in the foot routes because McGriff said full particulars can The :matter came to the atten- voting approve quotas, price I!interest unless offered other chal- 4.. .'."-. revenue, and that consequently it
time at the rate of sup- uaJ
one poundan of the mileage involved. be secured at the postoffice. tion of the Board when Commissioner port at 90 is all but impossible determinein
hour. per cent of parity wjll lenges. Beginning band students will
I They may be brought into regular Jesse R. Chastain told the be available to growers who COM- In ,addition, he said knowledgeof be given individual instruction advance exactly what costs and
The pellets tinkle down the routes later, but they must have Board that several lakefront I.
:i Voters At Keystone owners ply with their farm acreage allot- orchestra music often enables while advanced students will be revenue will be.
steel chute into a cylinder full of !i rural type boxes near the road to I at Sante Fe Lake had erected I
ments. If more, than one-third students to work their way scheduled by Here is a copy of the tentative
fiercely glowing coals. The small !i be brought into the system im, Object To HospitalClay fences across the county roads i groups. Tryoutsfor budget as
oppose, the will not be through college. adopted:
program majorettes will be announced
of fire is started ;
pot with cigar- mediately. l leading to the lake.
I|tin I operation in 1956. If the vote The new bandmaster is a nativeof later. (Continued on Page Ten)
ette lighter fuel. Once started. Those on the motorized route County this week voted The reason given for the action
is unfavorable for South Carolina, but he has at-
quotas for Thompson said he is
a fan under the cylinder keeps live on the 200 and 300 block on 1,569 to 103 to establish a county was that some people had used 1956 only, there will be another tended both FSU and U of F. He I establish special hours for willing students Newer Wide Screen
the fire at 2.700 to 3,000 degrees North Broadway, 300 and 400 "the lake front for wild parties! ,
hospital authority, despite objec- referendum next year. has been in band work 22 years with day jobs.
Fahrenheit. block on West Center, 100-300 and the property owners objected Installed By ParkThe
in three at Chat-
tions at Keystone Heights. seven Chipley, "The main thing right now is
InUtible Vapor block: inclusive on North Christian. and took the action described.
Objections in Keystone were Lawtey Road : tahoochee, four at the Boys In- to have all the band students take Park Theatre in Starke is
The result U a few sparks. since 400 North Orange and 500 West "We need more public accessto dustrial School at Marianna. anda
the silver iodide is an invisible Pratt. based on proposals to locate a!| our lakes, not less," ChairmanH. Gets County advantage of the summer monthsto installing the wide CinemaScope
ApprovalThe numter of in North Caro-
which rides the air currentsup years preDaTe for the busy fall session screen according to A. H. Carrett
vapor Residents on adjacent streets hospital at Green Cove Springs,jl] A. Bishop Jr. stated. "

into the clouds. can be included by putting boxeson which some residents term too far The Board instructed ClerkCharles Board of County Commissioners lina.BHS furnishes the heavier And. he gaid. owner and operator.The .
The silver iodide particles :are I per- he said, "Judging from the new screen will go into use
the above streets. The boxes, from Keystone. I'* Darby to notify the persons voted. Monday to grade cussion and bass instruments for the band has
support received in for the first time
so small that if every one of the termed "out of bounds," must involved that it is against,i and widen by'eight feet the road band Sunday with a
members. The
Keystone was the only one of I lighter instruments the past apparently the commun-' double! bill
i showing
165,000,000 in the United bear their I of of
the law
persons names. to erect a barricade across leading from ,the hard road in 1
States had 10,000 of them, and McGriff locks 11 precincts to oppose the plan. ) ; must acquired byj I p ity wants a good band. I will do[Sinbad" in SuperScope and
said approved a: public and to remove them East Lawtey to the Lawtey Training the students, although they can utmost band's'I'[
they all filed past a given point may be used on the boxes. I The precinct vote was 44 to 20. as soon as possible. I School (Negro). i be purchased cheaper through my development.to continue the

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"The Far Horizons" PAGE TWO ,
editorial Districting Need FKIDAV, JULY 15, 1953 ,t
Farmer's DiaryBy Starts At FloridaThe tj j
Recited To BoardThe tion. supervisor of registra' as a polling place is contrary to !
Sam fabulous I
t McGarrey saga of Lewis
01 Freedom Found and Clark's daring expedition into need for re-districting wide Crosby pointed out the The Board instructed Clerk I
Blessings the discrepancy y same fr -
feared Bradford Of.
North- County's'oting Charles
Sam attended his first meeti.'lgwith precincts cincts wIth New River Darby to investigate and j
west Territory is unfolded in "The was outlined to the Boardof having report back
the Soil Conservation on needs
Supervisors S5 to be I
registered, and
In Free Flow 01 InformationThe Far Horizons," which Sun- County Commissioners its Xortt done to
this week and enjoyed it opens recent Starke with 2,229, showing the bring about re-districting. I
very much. He told the group day at the Florida Theatre for a meeting by Mrs. Marian L. extremes.She _

former attorney for the Bradford County he doesn't know anything about three day run. the hazardous trek into the Northwest told the Board that by law F"TERBCOOKmerlca'j I',

School Board suggested recently the Board couldgo the work, but the group said that The film stars Fred MacMumy, where the explorers were each precinct is supposed to have oldest name in :

into "executive session" if it did not wish the he could learn. Incidentally, Charlton Heston, Donna Reed and faced with brutal nature hostile about 500 voters in it and, fur line at pen-making.Bradford County Complete
what Lloyd Green, Foster Ski Smith Barbara Hale. Indians delicate thermore, use of the courthouse
newspaper to report to the people on was and a love prob. Telegraph
and Dick Ferguson took turns The story, one that has thrilled
transpiring behind closed doors. ,
in telling "tall stories." Lloyd won Americans for 150 years, tells of lem.The film is in Vistavision.tAWTASflC1.
"Executive session" is an euphemism for "sec- When we killed a moccasin
with his story about a one-eyed .. I
ret session." our berry patch about a snake.
someone said there was boundto .
ago e
It is to the everlasting credit of School Board be another one there, too.
members and to County School Supt. Harmon P. Well, when Sam cut up the patch Started skinning the bark off !

Morgan that the suggestion received scant atten- this week he was doing two things some of the fence posts we cuta

tion. We commend them highly. both looking for strawberry few months ago and left on the

Most boards now recognize that conducting watermelons which had volunteered ground for the bugs t& peel. The

public business beh'ing closed doors is a throwbackto there, and keeping a"good lookout idea seems to work fine, for the --1955

the dark ages of political chicanery.The for snakes.He bark now comes off very easily BIG OVEN ALL-PORCELAIN
philosophy of the secret session is that taxpayers had cut the. whole patch, and the wood seems to be good
and had seen a cat and two rob- and sound yet. This is the first
have the right to know only what offIcIalsdesire bits come bouncing out, but narya time we've been able to put the RANGE

them to know. Public information can be sign of a slithering snake. How- bugs to work, and if we can get

turned on and off like a water spigot. When ever, when he started back over, them to peel the bark off fence
controversy or skulldruggery is close at hand the patch, there was the moccasin post logs, who knows what other

presto! the secret session cuts off the streamof crawling across the patch towardthe jobs we can find. .them.. ,._ BU4 !
information. swamp. _
We maintain that any meeting of public officials Sam wheeled old Katrinka the Had our first "roasting ears" of _
this week and they
the season
handling public funds or deciding public pol- tractor around and then for the And '
were certainly good eating. .
icy should be open to the public. next five minutes had an exciting to think that we didn't know how

We term this "access to information. It is time trying to kill the snake with good young field corn is when we 7

very closely allied to the familiar term, "freedomof the harrow. In the meantime first came down here six years ONLY

the press." Alice arrived on the scene, armed ago. / /
It is perfectly obvious that a free press is of with a hoe, and she finished the '_

no use at.all unless it also has full access to. in- job" .quickly Alice busy this week doing /
S and freezing. She t
more canning s
formation.We la
know the the words "freedom of the press"have Took a trip up to Carson Grif- made some pepper relish and a .
fis' store at Highland to see the batch of corn relish, both mighty ,
been abused at times. Many publishersuse
-to eat. <
rain-making machine located in good things '
them to yell "Wolf" so frequently that the back of his place. It is certainly T

public is starting to believe freedom of the pressis a very simple gadget, and it "Herm" Hamilton said last

a legal device to protect the selfish interests of hardly seems possible that it can week that lightning very rarely
money-hungry publishers. persuade the. clouds to change struck here in Florida. Not long
Someone missed the boat somewhere. Citizensdo moisture into rain. But we haveno after that it struck somewhere

not understand that freedom of the press is a doubt but that the whole near his home and tore up his -;
scheme works. newly-installed water pump,
e e knocking one part about 100 feet
has more right to attend public meetingsor
press of rain
the amount
Judging by away.
delve into public/records than the everyday we have been getting lately, were e LIMITED I I
garden variety of citizen.In not going to need any rain Saw a flock of birds in the corn
short, the press is guaranteed nothing that makers for a while. But then which looked quite different from I MODEL QUANTITYv
the citizen is not guaranteed. The press is not Alice saw a story in the paper those we see regularly around HC 7
elevated above the citizen. which said the Weather Dept. here. Then we saw a couple of v

Yet, the press and the newspaper in partic- forecast for this area for July them and realized they are doves. Fail-Safe Alarm System Counterbalanced Lid
was heavy rain and cool tempera- First time we've, seen any number -
ular has a much greater responsibility' than. tures. So maybe we're only get- of them. Positive Action Latch Removable Baskets
the citizen. e *. SWell
ting what was already ordered. Selective
. True, the newspaper is a business seeking profit. old hard-headed Finnegan, Temperature ControlWKtiMKlM e

It is like the shoe store, the feed dealer, the We tried to hoe our strawberryrunner the erratic water pump, .is work 1 I
motion picture theatre, the grocery store. Its patch this week, but be- ing again and all his past sins I I Ie

business dealings should be fair and square lieve it or not, it was too wet are forgiven now. But like the of Freezer Supplies
too. At this time hired hand who is reliable when
just as any good business is conducted. Another thing r dome in
Yet. the newspaper 'has an additional respon- of the year it doesn't take much sober, but seldom that way, we Today;
effort to really get soaking wet expect Finnegan to go on a rampage -

the sibility.newspaper Ths is more a duty than to a INFORM.business. This It becomes makes with but hoeing perspiration now is, hot and work.man alive, day or again holiday.especially on a Sun G. J. MCGRIFFGENERAL We Service What We Sell

institution institution which
a -: an
should be dedicated to public service of the high- ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
G. L
Cor. Call and Walnut Sts.
Upon adequate information published in newspapers Phone 229 Starke, Fla.

the citizen is expected to act intelligentlyfor NEWSBy We Service Everything We Sell ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

the public good. He cannot act without proper Cor., Call S-, Walnut .0..,t".03. Phone 229
information.The Bill HaasU _.
Telegraph recognizes its semi-public status.It -
feels the responsibility to inform. It is ultra

sensitive about this duty. SERVICE NOW !

And when it fights a battle for access to infor- Ate; t ,.
mation for" freedom of the the --- '
or press Get our {leadership ?
The boys and girls who are ing material from the District are : de'al-jduring our
feels it is ,
Telegraph simply fulfilling ?
a respon- taking part in the summer school J. L. Orr, Rodman Underhill G. .. ". '
sibility to inform the public. 4 program visited the Bradford Soil T. Huggins, Maurice Edwards Jr., f" '-Ji.:...
The Telegraph is aware the democratic form of Conservation District nursery and Jessie Newsome and Foster Shi ,
government demands that public decisions be F.F.A. farm as part of their Smith. Most of these folks are e 1 ,
hammered out on the anvil of dissention.' In fact, studies in conservation of our getting out a small plot of grass
unanimity of opinion often indicates a govern- natural resources. Mr. Hobbs from which they will make larger CORD

ment is sick. For it is only in dicatorships that and Mr. Casey supervised this tripto pasture planting later in the year.
the 'nursery and farm. The District will fertilize this plotof
affairs move smoothly without dissention. .
While at the nursery and farm Coastal Bermuda again and in
The is officials
Telegraph aware public can
the children stand a short time there will be more
saw of pine
have honest differences of opinion to the best a
!! as
planting material available to
trees planted by the F.F.A. boys.At .
policy. The Telegraph can respect the opinions the nursery they watched the more folks who are interested in

without agreeing with them. digging of Coastal Bermuda plant- making small nursery plantingson

The Telegraph is aware that, under very infrequent ing material. Also the boys and their own farms.J. .

circumstances will girls saw the different Q.
premature publicity rarities of R. Wainwright stated that
jeopardize chances for a new industry, or high soybeans and grasses that are his Clemson Soybeans got to the
way, or similar improvements. planted. This trip gave the children height of 52 inches and that it
The Telegraph is aware that some crime news many of which are city boys would make good hay if he hadn't t
coverage is likely to be in bad taste in Bradford and girls, the opportunity to see wanted to gather the beans.YOU'LL .
some of the problemsthe
County homes, or might encourage similar crimes. farmers have to overcome in -
The Telegraph's goals are these: ;helping to produce food for them
:Meetings fully open to the public, not just to and also in conserving our natural LOVE the new Ester-
the newspaper. resources. brook purse-size fountain pens in

Record; fully open to the public, not just. to the Henry LaPort, whose place is pastel County shades.Telegraph.Only $2.58 at Bradford

newspaper. ]located south of town on highway
A free and unhampered discussion of all issues :100, used the District's rotocycle .

concerning the public, with the liberty to pass on 'mower; to mow the weeds in his FILL DIRT

the information for action by the citizenry.But l pecan grovevBub'Carter ,
these cannot be given without corresponding GOOD RICH \ I.e I.-
who farming in .
responsibility. This is not a new Telegraph I
i the
Lawtey community used the
policy it simply is old ; TOP SOILSee 1k
; an one restated: ]District's grain drill to plant soy r" ,
The Telegraph'will thoroughly cover public 1 beans. Bub' states that he is .

meetings, giving: fair expression in news stories >going to use the soybeans for a
to all sides of any particular question. (cover crop.
The Telegraph will not intentionally damagethe BILL JACKSONJackson
in J. B. White has been digging Transfer
community any way particularly in respect Company
similar; to improvements premature publicity.on new industry. or terial( from Bermuda the District's planting nursery.ma- Phone 165ALVAREZ'

Some of the folks who got plant
The Telegraph will respect the opinions of t

others but reserves the right to disagree in its

editorial The Telegraph columns.will not offend the tastes of the I I STORE Men's Clothing' I
family crime
,:-or publish stories that could have a
detrimental effect on family or individual. Right Too get years-a ead Thunderbird Styling .r
now you can get a
There is one final reminder to the officialdomand a : Whichever of Ford's 16 models you choose,you ::
iIrtrf"._ e get styling Inspired by the Thunderbird e"
citizenry of Bradford County. ,
World % on a new 55 FORD! : styling designed to slay in stylel! :
history has amply demonstrated that .
From where I .
when power-thirsty and selfish individuals seek sit...by Joe Marsh This promises to be the most successful sales year in Ford History. : You get reassuring Trigger-Torque "Go" ;

control of any particular parcel of real estate, So were celebrating in advance by offering Leadership Deals that : Whichever of ford 3 mighty engines you ;:

their first act is suppression of the written word. will step up even further the leadership pace at which Fords have e select, its Trigger-Torque power wi2'v you .
Need we cite Hitler's Germany, Stalin's Rus- Neither Rain Nor Hail been selling all year long. e split-iecond reiponuveneit for starts .
sia, Peron's Argentina? :. quicker pasting ability,greater driving pleature. :
Nor Broken Boxes! The fact is, we want to help make this still .
Tryanny: starts with secret meetings and sup- a bigger year than : You get smooth Angle-Poised Ride :
54 when
pression. Without full and above-board discussions more people bought Ford Cars than any other

public service can become a personal vehIcle Red Fowler, local R.F.D. mailman stamps, cashing money orders- make! There's never been a finer time than right now to get a :: well With as Ford's up-and-down Angle-Poised shock Ride is ,cushioned head-on as to ::

for vengeance a passport to individual ,got an English car-with a saving us trips to the Post Office. money-saving deal for a new Ford. Let us prove this by making : make even the smooth roods seem smoother. :
prosperity, or a ducat for dasterdly deeds. right-hand drive so he can stuff Let's fix up those boxes so he can you an offer on your present car. Well make it so easy for you to :
Let's not let it happen here! mailboxes from behind the wheel get his chores done fast. own a new Ford that we believe you'll agree now is the time to : Come la for our :.
start enjoying the fine car of its field. the '55 FORD!
.. ,. ..,,. ,. "It's great! Red reports."Butit From where I sit, obligations : "leadership de l't FO R D :
..... .
--YYAYIWLJIF'uaX t"X'''''It'II.-' """' M1 II.'IIYIAdld6 IMM.WYL" I 5 -..."......-.wI. would work a lot better if all always work both ways. For-instance

THE BRADFORD COUNTY box holders would follow regula I figure that fm obligtd :. en a brandaew'SSNOW :
TELEGRAPHEST. tions. A mailbox should be 40 to respect right to* IS THE TIME TO GET .
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n.nYYYYV Vunn.ntnL 1 on Saturday.Mrs. (Monday for Tallahassee' to spend Mr. Jerry Witcher to Lake City YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTY
Sidney Starling, of the some, time with her aunt and he entered the
Monday where
LAITEY% State. Farm was the Saturday uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick Veterans'HospitalCongratulations PINE LEVELby MANAGER KING AT A&P' THIS WEEK--
dinner guest of Mrs. Steve Starl- The following boys left Monday
By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch ing'Jr.Mrs.. morning for a week at 4-H camp I to Mr. and 1\Ir\ II. M. BIclUeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AND TO HONOR YOU THE CUSTOMER HE HAS
1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJErnest : J. G. Godwin of the State at Cherry Lake near Madison; Mrs. Carl (Buddy) Griffis, who
Farm spent Sunday with her Reese and William Parrish, John- were married on Saturday. Mrs.:
Ft. Va.,
Wells of Story
mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish. ,ny Devore, Clyde( Wainwright ARRANGED A WEEK LONG
spent last week with his mother' Griffis is the former Miss Sammie Mrs. John Schultz and daughter -
Mrs. Mae Wells. On Sunday Mrs. Ray Acres and son, Roger Eddie Harvey, Jimmy Waters Gault. Mildred of Pittsburgh, Penn..
Dale, of Haleyville Ala., is visit- Terry and Ralph Futch, Gary AL
afternoon Mrs. Wells and Miss are visiting the H. M. and B.
Mr. and Mrs. C. ,
Bennett, Tommy Carter, Donald R. Peltry
Enza Blanchard carried Ernestto ing her parents, Mr. and Mfs. McRaes.
Thomas, Randall Bradley, and Carl Franklin Gilmore, and Hoyt
Jacksonville, where he caught Charley Bowen. Yarbrough.The Tanksley and family from Geor- Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.H. .
a train for camp. Sunday guests of Mr. R. L. gia and Greenville, respectively, H. Lewis were Rev and Mrs. KINGSIZEVALUE
The Womans :Missionary Society McCall, were Mrs. R. H. Outlaw Daily Vacation Bible were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Curtis Harris of Belmore, Mr
of the First Baptist Church. and daughter, Ellen, of Jacksonville School at the First Baptist Church I T. Tanksley for the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis and chil-
held its monthly musiness meet- !Mr. and Mrs. George McCallof will begin next Monday and run i dren of Kingsley Ga. Mr. and
ing at the Church on Tuesday eve- Palalka and Mr. and Mrs. C. for two weeks. All children of and Mrs. Robert Carlton of I I Mrs. Lewis also visited Mrs.
W. DeHaven of Green Cove the community are invited to at- Jacksonville spent the weekend
ning. After the meeting, the Groover Moore and Mr. and Mrs.
ladies of the Methodist W.S.Q.S Springs. lend.Mr. with Mrs. Carlton's parents, Mr. Nevin Molt at Brooker.Mr. .
joined the group and proceededto Weekend guests of Mr. and and Mrs. C. A. Cox of and Mrs. F. M. Cruce. and Mrs. Clyde Hughey of
the home of Mrs. Volley Red- Mrs. C. W. Thomas were.Mr: and Hampton were visiting Mr. and; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bowlingand Gainesville spent Saturday night f
dish and gave her a surprise birth- Mrs. Gary Garner of Starke,. Miss Mrs. O. J. Phillips on Sunday.I family of West Virginia were with the B. M. McRaes.Mrs. .
day party. This,was Mrs. Red- Laura Witcher' of Heilbronn, Mrs. In[ the afternoon the Phillips went I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruceon O. R. Alvarez of Heilbronn
Melva Hatton and of to Theressa visit Mrs.J. .
dish's 79th birthday.Mr. family to an aunt Sunday. Another recent visitor section spent Monday with the H.
Sneads, and Miss Donna Gail S. Jones. ,
and Mrs. Ernest Peavy and M. McRaes.
Upchurch of Miami. Mr. S. J. Futch of Jacksonvillewas of the.Cruces was T. L. Rosier. -
Mrs. Gara Dorman of Ocoee and
Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and Mrs. Lulu Cruce has moved visiting relatives here last Bernice Cruce has returned to YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- This Week The Spotlight Is On
from Heilbronn to the Manning week. home after spending some time ,in brook purse-size fountain pens in
family of Ocala were visiting the The Manager of Your
Carl house. Mrs. Sue Thomas and Miss 'Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs. pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford A&P Store
Prevails last weekend. TheJ
Miss Mary Julia Futch left Laura Witcher took their father, Robert Carlton. i County Telegraph.
C. Prevatts left on Monday fora A&P has told him "you're the king:, and he's
vacation In Michigan. going all out to make this
.... .. an outstanding ,
!fr. and :Mrs. Commodore Crewsof ; : event with these
S:.;,':<:> "king-sized" buys for you
the State Farm were Wednes- throughout the store. Be sure to ask about
day dinner guests of,Mr. and Mrs. them when you visit the store. .

Perry Davis. You can't afford to miss this celebration be- "
Ed Teslon of MacDill Field, ... '5.: ::. :" : '
cause it will save you more than ever beforeon
Tampa, spent last week with his d 'I ,.
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Blaine : In motor transport your weekly food shopping! Your man- a
Teston. 7 ager is waiting to greet you! Come see ., ;
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe attended come save at A&P! "aFrederick ''
\ ,
the Rowe reunion at Mac- e / .if": ,
last F "" ""... \" .
and Mrs.Sunday.Mr. Milo Smith are leads the way lc SALE! : ': .: 1 ,

the parents of twin girls. F f '. ;'
? ti Ajr : :
Mrs. J. B. Bradley and Mrs. J. HiresROOT u/ ,
T Futch were Wednesday dinner / D. Key
guests of !fr. and Mrs. Les Prevail BEER
at the State Farm. ) MANAGER 7 Years Service

Mrs. Mamie Andreu of Dade
City and lillle Miss Terry Pons ONE 6 Botl. Ctn. 27c = 412 CALL STREET

of Tallahassee are visiting Mr. Another Ctn lc STARKE
and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.

Miss Elizabeth Terry spent several .. Total
days of last week In Jack- 18C
sonville with her sister and broth- \
er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs G. W. PRICE
Durham. Mrs. Durham broughther 41C
home on Saturday and visited
relatives and friends for the day. _
A birthday party for Miss Linda -_ Dressed and Drawn
Shaw was given by her parents A'"r OUR OWN
Grade A

ent.There, were on Thursday about '25 guests afternoon.pres- ..". FRYERS Florida TEA /2LbPkg 49C

Walter Terry, of Chatlahoochee
Is visiting his nieces, :Miss Eliza- THE HYDRA-UAT1C V8 TOWN AND COUNTRY RVSABOUT
beth Terry and Mrs. Joyce Futch. 2 1-2 CANS

Mr. Terry on June observed 30. his 90th birthday Sign. of a going-ahead concern., LB 45C PEAnsLEIT2CANS$ 63C

The First Baptist Church hada
treat on Thursday evening, ,
when a group of young people THIS Blue Chip CMC smartly tells the resulting from Hydra-Malic Drive and other

from Tennessee Temple College world that your business is doing very well, exclusive features, you'll find !k does very A&P PINEAPPLE

rendered Mr. and a musical Mrs. Johnny program.Bennett I thank you. And as you add up the savings well by you. Let us prove it! Ann Page JUICE 46 Oz Can 23CPEACH

and family of State Farm were or PINEAPPLE '
visiting the Troy Bennets on Fri
Your In to Slue Chip
day.Miss -- See us, too, for rIp' /e-Ch eCKe" d/ used trucks PRESERVES
Jackie Harley, who is NEW GOLDEN

spending aunt and uncle the ,summer Mr. and with Mrs. Nel-her Lb Can !
son Blocker, at, Atlantic Beach, .. ... 2-lb I s
spent the week with her parents 2 8SC

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley. Mr. SOUTH WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE, FLA. JAR .
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FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK U. S. Government Securities 212891554.48 FLORIDA BANKat

PENSACOLA Florida County and Municipal Bonds:;. 22,597,078.30. DE LAND ..
Federal Reserve Bank Stock 890,850.00 CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS
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Bridal Party Honors Presbyterian Women : w. : ;,. 'i the Circuit Court in and for Brad each of you, and you are hereby
a t p'1. .f! ford County Florida. a Complaint :I notified and required to serve a
Mrs. Sidney JacksonMrs. Hold Circle Meets in Chancery wherein Denver K. Dev- 'jcopy I of your Answer or other plead-
;I',,; rick and Chessie M. Derrick his ing to the Complaint filed herein.on .
wife are plaintiffs, and each of
i plaintiffs' attorneys, Williamsand
Sidney Jackson a recent Mrs Q. T. Lyons entertained you is a defendant, the style of i Fntch, P. O. Box IS 8, Starke,
bride, was the inspiration for a Circle Two of the First Presby- which i> Denver R. Devrick and Florida, and file the original An-

1 delightful miscellaneous ,shower terian Women of the Church at Miss : J fI Chessie, \s M.. G.DevncK C. Livingston, im wife et plaintiffs a I.,, swer of or the other Clerk pleadings of the in the circuit office
given Tuesday evening at the her home on the Keystone I '" iefendants, the relief therein prayed Court in and for Bradford Count>

home of Mrs. Doyle Conner on Heights highway Tuesday night. ,* r 1' .J.,, '. firming being the a decree plaintiffs'quieting title and to con-the Florida August on A.D.or, before 1955. If the you 15 day fail "tu
Gladys Mooty Clark Street. Mrs. Louise Harden brought the Douglas J'Ii > -7i. lands hereinabo\e described and for do so. Decree Pro C<>nfessoill be
i ; other relief and it further appear- taken against you for the relief demanded -
Mrs. Alton Bible
Phone 35 Hostesses were study from the book of Acts. .",' ing from said sworn Complaintthat in the Complaint
Dobbs, Miss June Conner Mrs. Mrs. John Mixon presided over a ; ti -I the names of the defendantsare
It is
hereby ordered that this
------------- -- except as therein set
- -
rsrrrrr Paul Faulkner Mrs. J. C. Sapp, short business meeting.The Vt forth and that the addresses and Notice shall be published once earn
Mrs. John Kennedy, Mrs. Tommy hostesses served refresh- Weds residences of said defendants are week for four consecutive weeks in
Auxiliary Of Legion WCTU Meeting Held Lewis, Mrs. Elva McRae, :Mrs.F. ments to the. twelve ladies who son unknown or persons, and that in the there State Is of no Florida per-- the weekly Bradford newspaper County published Telegraph in a.

Chooses Mrs. MorganAs Friday Afternoon L. Watterson Mrs. Kenneth were present. The August meeting + the service of process upon Bradford County, Florida.
and Mrs. Doyle Conner.A will meet at the of Mrs. whom would bind said absent or Witness my hand and the Official
Fuqua Lamar
unknown Seal of
HomeThe iA defendants, and that each our said Circuit Court at
Newest PresidentMrs. At Quigley's pink and white, color motif Charles Ward. known and named defendant is Starke. Bradford County, Florida,
achieved in the attractive r over the age of twentyoneyears, this the 13 day of July A D !1955.I .
){. M. Morgan was elected postponed June meeting of was ti.4 I and that the age of each unknownand OFFICIAL fcEAL Charles A Darby
party> decorations and refresh- Circle 3 met at the home of } unnamed defendant is un- I Clerk i"f aid Mreui' Court
i the Laura Scott W.C.T.U. was .
president of the Post 56 American I' ments. Games were played during Mrs. W. A. Stern Tuesday, at 8 Crosby Fr known. 'By :\la'lan L Cr 'Sb>, )epun Clerk
Legion Auxiliary at a called meet- held Friday afternoon in the This is. therefore to command 4 15 4t 8'S
the evening and prizes were p.m. with six members'present.. I
home of Mrs. J. T. Quigley on rAt __
ing Monday evening. Mabel 'Street.American awarded to Miss Eloise Dobbs and Mrs. L. H: Gibson, chairman, pre- 1,.,.,, ." q_ ._.. __ ,_ .,.. _,.__-' ". ,,",,.:',.li-!,__: 'L -
Other officers, selected were Mrs. Sidney Jackson. sided over the business meeting.Mrs. Home a
Mrs. I. E. Clark vice president; Flags were promin- The hostesses presented the B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. gavean : _" -1 .: :',r :

Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer, secretary- ently displayed and stands of honoree with the platter and interesting program entitled ; ,! .:: I ).: Park TheatreWIDE
treasurer Mrs. Guy Andrews petunias helped to make the .
; vegetable bowl of her chosen china "Flesh and Spirit. Mrs. L. H. -
Mrs. Jim Ritch, chap- rooms and porches fragrant and I'
historian; pattern as a memento of the oc- Gibson gave a talk on Christiancitizenship. I
lain; Mrs. Claude Crowson and attractive. Presiding was Mrs. I '

Mrs. J. O. sergeants' at arms. Florence Hipple, president. Temp casion.Twenty-five guests enjoyed this The hostess, assisted by her I a ,J' SCREEN AND GIANT

Mrs., A. J. Tfcomas Jr., Mrs. T. erance songs were sung prior to delightful occasion.Episcopal daughter Miss Louise Stern, serv-. t fir CINEMASCOPE NEWLY INSTALLED
Stone the devotional period, which was r
C. Hazen Jr. and Mrs. Ray ed refreshments during the so-
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are executive; board members. i conducted by Mrs. Quigley. This cial hour.Recent. !
Installation will be held Sunday: was concluded with a solo and Auxiliary 'f ,

afternoon at the North Area prayer. Holds Monthly MeetThe Birth DOUBLE FEATURE .

School of Instruction from 2 to The usual reports were heard : SON OF SINBADIn

4 p.m. at the High School library. and approved. One new member:I St. Martha's Womans Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wager of

All members of the local_ unit was received It was announcedby Auxiliary of the Episcopal Church. Starke are the proud parents of d Supercope With Dale Robertson and Sally Forrest
are invited to attend. Mrs. Hipple that she and Mrs. held its monthly meeting Monday, a son, David Francis born July AND
I Wood expect to leave soon for July 11, at the home of Mrs. 0. L.
8 in St. Vincent's Hospital.
Miss Bishop Honored California to spend the rest of Beasley.The SEVEN BRIDES FORrVrN
the summer with friends and ,rel program chairman, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Powell of
With Bridal Shower atives. Clara Leaman, offered the devotional Macclenny are receiving congratu- .
I They hope to attend the National and gave 'an interesting lations on the birth of a son, RROTUERSIN
Mrs. Nina Bishop", popular W.C.T.U. Convention in Pasadena talk on the education and social. Jonathan Ray, born July 7 at the I Miss Frances Douglas, daughterof satin streamers. v. Btall

bride-elect was honored at a later In the season returning homein habits of children in India. [Alachua General Hospital. I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Douglas, I Mrs. Douglas chose for her CINEMASCOPE With Jane Powell

lovely buffet luncheon Saturadyat September.The Mrs. Stanley Noegel presidedover I i became the bride of Lamar R. daughter's wedding a street Also Color Cartoon
Crosby of Mr. and Mrs. Al- length mauve dress with white ,
1 o'clock given by Mrs. H. C. meeting closed with the the business meeting and The Doctor's Hospital an- I I -" II III "
Aaronlc Benediction repeated in plans were discussed for a dinnerto nounces the following births: bert Lee Crosby Sr., in a lovely accessories.Mrs. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY JULY 20, 21
Brown Mrs. Glen Duke and Mrs. unison, after which the hostess be held in September. The Mr. and Mrs. Milo, ,Smith of ceremony Friday evening, July 1, Crosby, mother of the DOUBLE FEATURE .
T. G. Ritch at the home of the and at 8 o'clock at the home of the wore a white and brown
served her guests dainty homemade meeting' was dismissed by the Lawtey, twin girls Mary Ann
latter on East Call Street.. cookies and ice cream. The Rev. R. E. McBlain. Margaret Ann born July 9. bride on Eighth Street, Starke. dress complimented with brown CLOUDED YELLOWWith

Attractive arrangements ot July meeting will be held the During the social hour the Mr.: 'and' Mrs.rD. H. Sheppardof Rev. J. E. Sherwood of the First accessories.A .
summer cut flowers were used in last Friday in the month with the hostess served refreshments. Starke a daughter July 11.; '" Christian Church performed the reception Immediately followed Jean Simmons and Trevor Howard

decorating the home for the lunch- place to be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. Caleau'of double ring ceremony. the, wedding at the Douglas AND

eon with a handsome arrange- Waldo, a daughter, born July 13. 'The young couple repeated their home. The bride's table was attractive ,
ment of the same blossoms cen- Miss Joan Furlong and Mrs. Motel Group Stages -, vows before an improvised altarof with a lace cloth and DARK VIOLENCE !

tering the buffet luncheon table. Levy Canova and son, David are First Annual PicnicThe The Starke Maternity Hospital white gladioli and pompoms, in centered with a three-tiered wed-

The hostesses presented Miss! spending from Wednesday to next announces the following births: pedestal baskets against a background ding cake topped with a miniature With John Carrol and Adele Mara

Bishop with a personal gift as a Thursday attending Music Weekat Bradford Motor Court Association :Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green of. of palms and ferns. White i bride and groom. White pom- Plus Color Cartoon
remembrance ,of the occasion. : the Baptist Assembly in Ridge-I. held its first annual Starke, a daughter, Deborah ,Ann,i tapers in branched candelabra poms and fern graced the edge of MIDNIGHT SHOW WEDNESDAY NITE ONLY

Attending, this delightful affair picnic Tuesday from 11 to 2:30: i born July 9.' cast a soft glow over the setting. the table. The centerpiece was " I II' ,. ,." ,."
were 12 guests. crest, N. C. o'clock at the Kingsley Lake homeof Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods of Mrs. Ken Boynton of Gainesville, balanced by silver candelabra hold- FRIDAY, SATURDAY JULY 22, 23

Carl Johns. Starke, a son, Walter Wayne born aunt of the bride, played soft ing burning white tapers. DOUBLE FEATURE .
The 30 members and guests enjoyed -I July 10.Suslow. : music on the piano before the Miss Elaine Colson kept the

Of This swimming and boating priorto wedding and also used the tradi- bride's book, Mrs. Wayne Douglascut FRANCIS AT WEST POINT
the Price
For their picnic luncheon. After Given Dinner, tional wedding marches. Miss the wedding cake and :Mrs.

the luncheon a short business Carol Ann Pickett, soloist sang"I Sam Bleasdale presided at the AND
Beautiful Harwich Range AloneYOU meeting was held, presided over By New York Workers Love You Truly" and "Be- punch bowl.

by the president, C. L. Scholl. Lawrence Suslow 29yearoldson cause." After spending some time with I TEXAS UPRISINGWith

In charge of the luncheon ar- of Ben (Sarge) Suslow of Richard Crosby of Brooker, a their guests Mr. and Mrs. Crosby

CAN HAVE rangements were Mrs. Newel Starke, was honored with a testi- cousin of the groom, served as took a short wedding trip to I Bill Elliott
Vett of the Dixie Motel, Starke, monial dinner by fellow Internal best man. Jacksonville Beach. The bride Plus Serial and Color Cartoon

and Mrs. Milton Valentine of the Revenue workers in New York Miss Claire Douglas served her chose for traveling a blue nylon j ._
RANGE TANK GAS AND Yankee Motel, Waldo. recently. sister as bridesmaid and only atendant. dress complimented with pink ac- ... -. -, - _:,. -. :. ._ --=?"
Suslow, who is both an attorneyand t; She was gowned in a cessories. At present they are I

WSCS MeetingCircle a certified public accountant, blue taffeta waltz length formal living in an apartment in North j
INSTALLATION is leaving Internal Revenue to and carried a cascade bouquet of Starke. ,

Four of the First join a New York firm specializingin pink carnations with pink satin I Both Mr. and Mrs. Crosby are t tI

Methodist Church WSCS met tax problems. Purpose of the streamers. graduates of Bradford High I I ...... '." '1
Monday. evening at the home of farewell dinner was to presenthim The bride, who was given in I School. Mrs. Crosby is employedas
Mrs. Frow Strickland at Kings- with a plaque for his govern- marriage by her father, chose for bookkeeper at the Band G
ley Lake. ment service. her wedding a lovely embroidered Truck stop and Mr. Crosby is -

I .. i-.rt a..uu... Picture, plates of the Methodist Ben Suslow left last week for net over taffeta gown featuring I employed at the Florida State im- j
IL .ururrww........ .uaur. Church were distributed to the New York to attend the dinner. long,sleeves that tapered to points provement Commission at Camp
... members to be sold. He will remain for a month's visit. over her wrists. The fitted bodice Blanding.

.. ., was complimented with a high Among the out-of-town guests
-._ _'n" __ __- -___ _-_. neck and round collar with self were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gay of "BULOV
. buttons down the back. Her fin- Jacksonville Beach, Mr. and Mrs. "

r rI ri ger tip veil of sheerest nylon illu- Richburg Hardy of Pompano
@ sion was attached to a Juliet cap Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Royn-
DEBIC decorated with lily of the valley. ton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenk- y WaterproofWatch

She carried a white prayer book ins of Gainesville and Mr. and

I topped with a. purplethroatedorchid Mrs. Wayne Douglas of Jackson-

STARKE FLA. from which fell long white ville.
L Time
Owners WarnedCity wife, if living, and if dead, their un-
Dog known heirs at law legatees de-
iJf'z visees or grantees; Ruby A. Ritch, < o .
ONE NITE ONLY.. 11 P.M. dogcatcher Oscar Waters Kradford the: wife of County Carl Ritch.Florida of; Starke Gladys,
reminded Starke residents this Harrington a widow of Starke.
WEDNESDAY Y, JULY 20TH week that dogs must wear two Bradford County. :Florida; J. F. Hol- /
I lingsworth as Executor of the Es-
tags one for innoculation and tate of F. C. Hollingsworth deceased flrrie
All Seats 52c Including Tax one for city licensing. of Laurens. South Carolina; J. A r"/?mR ittrs r
M Edwards and Lucille Edwards Y4tr Yid' n
:.. Dog owners are given one tag r br \
his wife, of Starke Bradford Coun- r \
i :::; HEY MAN'' Dig This Crazy Show by veterinarians when dogs are ty sie, Sternberg Florida; N., his Sternberg wife, of and Daytona Gus- 01
tit 1 innoculated. Residents then must Reach, Voluia
With Beautiful Girls County Florida: .L.
secure a $1 tag from the city. D. Green ant Mae Green, his wife
'of Starke, Bradford County. Florida:
and any and all other persons claim I aJ/h7t. /
In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth ing any right title or interest in I :
Judicial Circuit. In And For Brad- and to the following described landsin
ford Count, Florida. the City of Starke, Bradford I A.
Iu Cbanwy.o.. 10-10S9 County Florida to-wit: / grlto bI
DENVER R. DEVRICK, asd Lots Six (6) Seven (7) Eight (8) II
CHESSIE M. DEVRICK, and Nine (9) of Block Eleven (11 I, 0
.. Plaintiff in Livingston Truby and Com- 0
PRESENTEDBY vs'. pany's Addition to the Town of
G. C. LIVINGSTON, et al., Starke. Florida in Section Twen-
Defendants', ty-eight (28) Township Six (6)) I : o I
All Burners -- Including Oven :NOTICE South, Range Twenty-two (22) ,
MAD O. C. Livingston and Jessie' E. You and each of you, are hereby II
THE Livingston, his wife. If living, andif notified that there has been filed in I I
Burners Light Automatically dead their unknown heirs at
> DR.MORRIS law, legatees, devisees or grantees;
the unknown heirs at law, their
legatees, devisees grantees or assignees -
No More Matches of Angeline Weller, deceased -
; Martha L. Kent and -Kent. 1
her unknown husband, if living, andif .i
dead their unknown heirs at
law. legatee, devisees or grantees;
GUARANTEED The oven burner and C F. Rigdon and Diana Rigdon, his \
4 ,

top burners are guaranteed for the life of SENATOR
r a t
y w4'p.tl 17 jewels, certified waters -
the range. pIli'l shack resistut,
i y ; 11A I;1 A unbreokoble lifetime ..arni -
l/ :; ': t spring, gntHHignetic, ndum
PORCELAIN All gleaming white bonds and did tuiury exbond. -
surfaces .: r' passiow .

finished in ACID RESISTANT titan i Uht$49.50 ivoilobte *dktor(03)

( / ( : dial)
ium glazed Porcelain. yt

ALL PORCELAIN oven and broiler. I I. pjV ."It's a good thing they boughta

YORK air conditioner from

drawer ... Smokeless rollout Broiler ... CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD .
they'll need it." I

Roomy storage bin and drawer. h TOPoPUTAA BUIOVA "23" 'A'

BtUtF-THl OSTR SNOT 23 |e.ei timed I*sii pred- ,,
THE J BURY ITS HEAD tN THE SAND sin adjustment,self rnding, r a r, .

\\e can't even begin to give \ tended breoVoble o'erpreof muespnng,.raised ur f

Only 164.95 MONSTER OMAA you an idea of thea- gold minerals,shock resistant, I'
i onti BiognetK. radium loads i\
riety of cameras and supplies, ond diel, snap second bead
etc. in our stotk. Drop by the I $5950 BULOYA "23"0'

sm; BULUXGTOX STUDIO AXD (Also notable with II jewels, timed tt sic pied- ;
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and look
AFTER LOW DOWN PAYMENT 0/; beaked uterprooi, III- '
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to our long list of satisfied cus i I i 1 i j.,. gold_"r 1IIs.dud itustut.latHnagaelK I
sweep tttwt
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, I Mrs. Edith Lancaster of Atlanta Mr.. and Mrs. R. C. Dunn of I Mrs. W. S. McAliley and chil South Carolina and their children. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Brown and) -

is spending this week with Jacksonville Beach and Mr. and dren returned home Monday after Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Weest and Mr. and Mrs. J. C- Sapp left I

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gresham. Mrs. J. C. Kesterson of Nept'me spending a week with her parents children of :Miami: and Mrs. T. F. Wednesday for a week's trip\

Friends of W. G. Hail Sr. will .Beach were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ivey. Brown of Hampton were Tuesday through the Smokey Mountains.Mr. .

Potd II be happy to hear he returned home !Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering. The Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Coleman dinner guests of :Mrs. D. W. Moore. and :Mrs. W. H. Nollman,l i

? last week after being confined in II Pickerings entertained at a buffet returned to their jobs after several i Mrs. L. L. Simpson returned left Thursday for a vacation in

St. Vincent's hospital the past 23 supper Saturday evening for their days vacation. .last week from Detroit Mich Asheville and Highlands, N. C.

houseguests. Also include in the Charles Ivey of Pensacola is i where she spent a month with her They are being joined by their I

iZ-NThC NEWS I days.Mrs.. .C. D. Williams is returning supper party were Mr. and :Mrs. visiting Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Mc daughter Mrs. Theodore Hopper. j son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I
home today from Junaiuska: N. C.. R. B. Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Gar Aliley. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins and I.

." r and also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mathews, Miss Sylviz Alvarez and Allen Johns is a patient in St. her granddaughter, Martha Hop- daughters of Jacksonville.Mr. .

Michael Pickering. Vincent's in Jacksoncille. per, who will spend the summer and Mrs. B. C. Phelps and I
Mr. and MM. Lonrie Mullis and Mrs. Elizabeth Seal of Jacksonville Beck: in Hendersonville, N C., for
past the ten days. Mrs. J. D. Doyle and sister Mrs. Errol Alvarez was in Jacksonville daughters of Chattanooga Tenn.. J
last been the past here.Mrs.
daughter, Alicia Ann, spent has spending
O. W. White Sr. are spending a month at ColonialInn 1
Mr. Mrs. R. F. Prather and daughter Thursday visiting her spent
week at St. Augustine Beach. two weeks with her parents Patsy Stevens of Jacksonville
Sandra, of La. brother and Mrs. Joe Braden and Tuesday visiting her daughter while Mr. Phelps is in this I
Jennings, spent
:Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and and Mrs. W. E. Flakes. i spending three weeks with her district
Saturday to Wednesday in Miami Miss Myrtle Reddish.Mr. Mrs. Charles Fields in Jackson representing the
children of Montgomery. Ala., Mrs. J. R. Kite is spending from grandparents Mr. and :Mrs. L. D. Oil Co.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ed and Mrs. Fred Kirkland I r
former Starke residents were to Saturday in Tallahassee Green. ville.Miss !
Tuesday Mrs. ,
Charles Turney of Jacksonville -
wards. Mr. Prather is have moved to Starke and are
arriving student of
Joyce a
visiting friends here last week. visiting Judge and Mrs. Glenn Friends of Mrs. Jula: Bryant located is visiting Mrs. Carrie I i CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
this weekend from Jennings to in the Alvarez apartments. U of F was visiting Mrs. C. S.
Virginia Caruso and Henry Terrell and Dr. and, Mrs. R. P. will be happy to hear !she' returned Ward. about this question
spend the following week with Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Partin on Tuesday.
Caruso of Jacksonville are spend- Stubbins. home last Saturday after being his family here. Thornton last weekend were their :Mr. and Mrs. Howell Moredock ,

ing this week with their cousins i Mr and Mrs. Vt V- Hazen confined in the Alachua Genoral Mr. and Mrs. Otis Geiger and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I Mr. and and:Mrs.Miss Dave Maxine Paulk An-and Fund children, Dea and Dale, of! You cant pick up the news

Elissa and Raymond StefanellL visited Neal Hazel a patient 'in Hospital for the past four months... family spent last week at Lake I Mrs.. Jack McIntyre of Auburn- drews daughters weekend in Fort Miami are occupying the Dell' paper without reading about

:Mrs. W. D. Hollingsworth was Hope Haven Hospital on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Adams were Geneva.S. I dale and children Billy and Oran. Myers with spent Mr.the, and Mrs. Brooks:cottage on Kingsley Lake for the the death or serious injury on

and daughterinlaw and Mrs. A. H. Henry were in Weirsdale over the weekend remainder of the summer.R. .
visiting son G. Denmark attended the Guests this weekend will be. : vacation trips from auto
Miss Paulk who accidents
Hollings Cove en Sunday visiting! Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobs. Sylvia A. Weeks Mrs. Joe Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis in Green Springs Furniture Mart in High Point, another son-in-law and daughter, and
the weeks sports
has two swimming
worth in Winter Park the past visiting her sister! ,iMrs. Lossie Mrs. Joe Gumber anj son, Tommy N. C., the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bronson of spent past attended the funeral of their or
her uncle and aunt in Fort Myers boating, etc. Does
left for a month's your
Wilbur. Tuesday aunt Mrs. Annie Turner, an Ala
week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell were Mrs. Eve Edwards and son,

Linda Smith has been in Fort Mrs. Carl Roberts Mrs. S. G. v.sit with Lt. and Mrs. George vacationing in South Florida last Jimmy of Atlanta arrived Sunday returned Mrs. C.home S. Partin with her attended family.the chua Wednesday of last week. agency sell Trip Accident Insurance

Pierce the past week visiting her Denmark, Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. Wilson in New Orleans La. week. to spend two weeks with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Darby of i to cover a trip of several
Audio-Visual conference at U of F
Marcus Jr. were in Mr. and Mrs. Alton iievell and and Mrs. Godwin. Bayard were visiting the Charles days or weeks?
uncle and aunt, Mrand and Mrs. Arch Thomas Mrs. Ed Simpson was called tUrichsvife o Henry on Monday and Tuesday.
daughter, Judy, of Tallahassee Darby family on Wednesday.
Baggett.Mr. Jacksonville shopping on Tuesday.Mr. last week v/Itft: Mr. and Ohio the past weekend Mr. and :Mrs. E. C. Morris and Mrs. A. Russell Norman visited -

.- and Mrs.- F. R. Pittman of and Mrs. Barney McRae Mrs.spent<; Sale at K'ngsley Lake. by the death of her mother. daughter, Sue of Pompano Beach her sister, Mrs. D. N. Denmark

Folkston, Ga., were Saturday Jr. of Lake City were Saturday i "y Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennille spent several days last week with Sr. in Jacksonville last Friday. XOTICE
The Sales a so had as a guest last The registration book of the City
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. evening dinner guests of Mr. and Friday, Mrs. Ralph Dixo.i of Win Ga., is visiting her brother-in-law their son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mrs. Norman was taken sick withvirus of Starke Florida will be open for Charley E Johns

Quick. Mrs. Al Harley. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K. G and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. while there and has been registration of electors, at the City
ter Garden. Hall, ,
Jr. in the City of Starke. Florida
Mr. and Mrs. p, M. Barefootand Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn and Duncan. Miss Barbara Daniels, home home sick since then. from Tuesday July 12. A.D. 1955.

granddaughter Margaret Ann and children of Tampa are spending Misses Sharon McQuagge Mrs. L. R. Gooding and Mrs.J. demonstration agent of FranklinCounty Mrs. :Minnie Poythress and from 9:0AM. to 5:00 P.M each day
with Connie students of U ofF lexcept Saturdays from 9:00 A.M to & Son
this their two weeks vacation J. Tolbert and Donna is the this week of Agency
Phillips spent a few days of Miss Kathryn daughter guest daughter, Mrs. Vernon Brinson 112-00 oVlock noon through Saturday I

week in St. Petersburg visiting the senior Flynns. were guests of Charleston, S. C., spent the Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland, while of Macclenny, were visiting Mr ,-lock, August 13th AD. 1955 15:0lo' o
relatives. Major and Mrs. 'J. A. Scanlanand Kelly Saturday and Hollis past week with Mr. and Mrs. H. attending the short courses at and Mrs. John Arthur Torode and CITY noon.OF ST AflKE. FLORIDA. Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and family 'of Warrenton, Va., Mrs. D. E. Kaiga K. Davis. UofF. family On Sunday. By +;arl Johns, ,1 j
in Jacksonville Tuesday
spending a month with Mrs. Knight were Registration Officer U
at are
family are spending this week Scanlan's mother, Mrs. O. L. on business anI shopping.\ .
Kingsley .
the Denmark cottage on They were also recent visitors of -

Lake. Haynes Sr. McRate Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Knight in t HAfsBg{ 1J.C!f ff $ ,t i"cj tilt
Mrs. Jimmy
Mrs. Dwight Marshall and children Mr.children and are in Portsmouth, Gainesville.Mr. ... -. ... .. _.n. n_ _.. ... ___ .. '_ _" ._ .. .
of Apalachiola are spendingseveral and
and Mrs. R. H. MacLeanand
weeks with her parents |Va.,:visiting her parents for a few
this we:!k. children of Orlando were STARKE. North Florida's Growing Industrial Area'
Rowland. days
Mr. and Mrs. Ben overnight guests Saturday of Mr. BRADFORD COUNTY Opportunities -- FLORIDA

[ 1 and Mrs. Henry Godwin.Mr. .

t and Mrs. RLdolph Link have

., re*ured from a week's visit in :Masonry FLORAL MOTEL| 8 Completely
Dae to other ialerests rqlrlBflr our tall time It In. 375 ACRE
Constructed nrtftnttrf that RANCH
L(xington! and Sa'rurg.! N. C. Furn. Units tte ell ear *.lu.blr FLORAL MOTEL situated Just tno milts

Waiter Jennings rcturreo home 4 BUILDINGS AND OWNER'S RESIDENCEOn north of Marke on heitllr trarrlrd Highway I' S. 301. whlrh U MARION COUNTY HWY. 40
one of the
Tuest"a after three weeks in U. S. Highway 301, Miles: North of StarkeAbsolute tral and Writ major t'oant national Florida.thoroughfares Its. large and from valuable'the north frontage to t>of n- 8 Miles West of Ocala

the. Korth whew he visited his 219 ft. OB this hlghnar with a depth of :3 ft. offer an Inviting
for financing first ImpreimloB of Florida to to the tourist .. Fri. July 22 12
reasons grandparents: in 11.fools and Iowa : t"- .i Tr TMh portonlty for large espanUoB. Thin and provides ep- noon
v 8-nnIt motel I* of modern
and also went fishing in Canada. '.y.. ',. :,. .j t. .t masonry ronntrurtion, ronnlHtlnx 4 bldg. with two nnlts IB C".....
ll .:..Id Mrs ilj'vt Mille ani In The addition, there lit a 5-room owner home with a :-'.1' garage.
:' '' buildings are IB exeellent rendition decorated with
yourJBparat w: of Etowan. Ttr.n. spent last : ; J... light around the eaten of roof. There I* also an attractive neon elre 1m
: week with !!.* ani Mrs. Biake i Brie Klga IB front of the property I

I. Jackson and family at Siring ,., ..
this bank
Lake. Earn unit In eompletely and airelf fnrnUhed. The interior of the Improxed nanrh-B-Farm, known a.
4r room.. are In excellent condition and are tastefully decorated. The Smith >... 2 place. 200 acre P..-
Mrs. L. H. Jennings flew up to r- building hate individual electric water heater applying an Macola Bahla and Paagola. pasture
"", Fort Dix N. J., over the weekendto abundance of hot water at all tlmcv, with a minimum of eipenxe ISO: A. fine peanut ample woodland -
to the owner. A deep well gibes a continuous. shelter feared, C"rD..f..d
supply of fine water.
visit her husband Major Jen The motel IK provided with with .. .,
a canopy of large pia... Kiting beauty .aHlt.bol"Ir. barb top and
nings. and shade a.. an added attraction to the traveler. The pnrehaner bottom; heart outstanding Fla.
I* altered a going and yrokperous bukinexii, completely IlIr.lllb.d.lrtlaJl ranch section surrounded by large
Mr. and :Mrs. E. D. Tenly entertained rattle rani-hex, m ml. paced Hwy

31 members of their 40 front. 8! mile West of Ocala, fire
Low bank interest rate; : reunion : among the large pines i* the onner' home. Thl rridenre protection and drlte spare aroundentire
family at a family on contains farm, not
two bedrooms, Iltfnx room dining r..om. kitchen, facing hlghwaTf
service July 3 and also celebrated the bath and also has afar garage and offer the ottorr primary fine water from 3 well, large. concrete
Prompt for family life nhile being rontenient to the block barn shed storageroom
list birthday anniversary of Mrs.Tenly's .I BlOtfl. operation ol the ; rat-proof metal crib. Eater

No "red tape"No father C. H. Walters of from either Hwy. 40 or Fellowship
I I 0 Unrestricted toad; beautiful shaded bomesite.
Jacksonville.Mrs. Also selling cattle, Iltrstock, equip
"extras"You v The thousand of earn that are channelled through this
major ment.
Mae Jones and grandson, thorouehlare from the north, are the chief rra.uns for the heavy _____ _

-- build bank credit Mike of Jacksonville spent Tuesday tourist traiel past this location and prevent' an outstanding opportunity ST. PETERSBURG
for an investor who wi..hen to obtain
P.M. a profitable and
w with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. MONDAY 2:00. JULY 18 pleaxant buine with unlimited pohsibilitie for expan.sion.
You deal with local people Matthews and family and Mrs. Monday, July 25

who are interested_ in you. W. E. Middleton at Kingsley Lake. 219 Feet Frontage on U. S. Highway 301 1.10.P.M. '
MR. AMI SIRS II. A. FOX, Owner 3.10 BOTH *, .:\rE S, feralabed
You can insure car Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham had 223 Feet in Depth for Expansion Area 2-bedroom. tile bath home, living
your as guests during the past week I room kitchen-dinette, ample closets

anywhere you please.FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Harris and pated dowatottn driteway.S blk*.garage Tampa Bay.4 ml.
J e t
b' children of Nashville, Tenn., Mr. 2-STORY 4-APARTMENTS 3:30 P.M.
HOME 45410 niHTMOlTII: 0"E... X, Corner -
and Mrs. Fred Housman and children 5 UNITS 1-FLOOR Inanmnrh a* we are now making our home out of the .11,., and 3 bldg. Modern 2-bedroom
of Mayfield Ky., and Mr. cannot glee the continued attention that !.. necessary for the nuccessful home Using room, Pullman kitchen.
mr INCOME operation that we hate experienced, dinette Fla. room. Efficiency
we are diKpooing of apt.
and Mrs. Manley Leaven of Jack- has large
our exceptionally fine Income and iatenttnirnt properties at the ting-bedroom, kitchen,
sonville. Corner of Cherry and 8th Streets corner of Cherry and "Mb" M.. In Star.... equipment, hats,. Both furnished.

BANK STARKE Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Offered Separately and As A Whole Clearwater Beach

are spending this week at the Th*
property front 150 .
ft. \
Cherry M and 104 ft. on Slh St, ,TUES. JULY
Carpenter's cottage on Lake being a nice landscaped corner lot with. U large shade tree.. The 26 1 :30 P.M.
Maas. large; 15-Mory home contain 4 643
apts. and the 1-otory bldg. baa 5. F.SPI.tDE-Prartically new
Member Florida National Group Santa Fe. rental unit*. These will be offered M that >ou may buy them 5-nnll apt. bldg* OB Beach oxerlooks -
Mrs. R. F. Young returned home t separately or a* a whole, to suit jour need and demand. t.alf. Very well located

last Friday after spending the among Furniture other and hlgh-clax furnishing rental Included.nails.

past three weeks in Clearwatervisiting

I her sister, Mrs. M. L. 2 The upstairs 2-fctory with corner home ha. 4 apt. 2 on the first floor and Mickcliff Apts. Sanford
entrance for the hrrnnd floor .
Jphn. Mrs. Young was accompanied i* a porch on each fide of the bonne, both Bpxtalrs and apt* down.There WEDNES., JULY 27-2 P.M.
Each apt. ha. it. own pritate bath hot water tS-Vnit. 2-story
home by her granddaughter i hinter Is complcttly Mlckeliff Apia, lot
J _.. furnished and separate electric meter Tfei bldg. makes 75 i x I: 135. Each unit with closed
June Martin who will visit an ideal situation for an owner apt and 3 additional for incomeor porch front, rear entrance;
all 4 separ
for a week. ..rt,. may be rented if owner doe not dc..lre to lite on the prop ate meter Aewly decorated hardwood

tHjATBf5JARKE Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Varnes spent out. Large floors,room xenetian, plenty blind of*closet'''ru-;

I the weekend with her parents Mr. r ample parking. 5 unit entirely

Mrs. J. J. in Jack furnished. OPEafter 10 \.>>.
and Curling The 1 floor Mils;., completed In Itt..l: .contain S modern rental
sonville. unit, each with litlng room bedroom
kltchen-dionrtte and bath. Daytona
Each Beach
Dedicated To Community Service Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith \ completely. One-car fnrnlkhed and furnikhing will be Included In ..laeu..tlon.
"Movie Are Better Than Eer"If spent the weekend in Lake City garage entered from the Mb !M. side. THURS., JULY 28

visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. P.M.Cromlry's .-

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Bob In addition to being an unnoual combination of bomb Income and S. Atlantic Ocean 'I.wp..** 3521:
Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. intCktiuent, the property i* Ideally located in Ate, 2IM ft. from waters
and it to one of the
cut ad out present Childs. I best cities in the state of .Florida with its school, recognued edge at high tide 3 xalaablr tacome .
Mrs. Donald and : ktorex, indnktry and agriculture. chnrrbe,, units for home Income, 1.-
and Kelly
Mr. The
., JULY 16 ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE few Absolute 1 Unrestricted Cherry "'. are only 2 block Kat of I'. properties!J>. 'Ml oter. at pated:iIO- ::" .N. meat la best rental area. Large
a Cherry
family of Tampa spent Street 2 block* from .school just 4 block from'the corner lot ample for expansion
days last week with :Mr. and I downtown hn..inc,* district; grocery and hardware heart stores vf only the 7:30 P.M.-
Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Von's Chicken House," 304 X.

g Miss Frances Durden of Jack I TUESDAY JULY 19 aiRs AM) Jills. outstanding Kldgewood. Axe.restaurant(1. S. 1),fine newest bldg..
sonville Beach is visiting her 21 ; l.KOMIUU), Owner offered equipment fixture and property

cousin Miss Linda Johns this i Includes All Furnishings in Each Rental Ideal location separately for businesses or altogether.and of-

week. fice.

GARYCOOPER tOR AYOUNG Mrs. D. H. Handley of Lakelandand -- HAINES CITY

Mrs. Onie Hood of Mulberry

d in Auttxajtfy JfatSffH.iAfonqCameJot. are guests of Mrs. P. S. Denmarkfor TOURIST PINEHURST COURT FRIDAY, JULY,. 29

.. ten days. III health forces me to sell my Pinehnrnt Tourist Court. 3:30 P. 1.
; Grocery
Home Sertlce Station which I hate built to 3 large lute on east side Hwys I'll
Colson a
Diane and Margaret are ery prosperous
Grocery, Service Station, Trailer Park Residence operation otrr a period of 7 ).B,.. -, surrounded by businesses, being
with WILLIAM DEMAREST DAN DURYEA'FRANK '' I spending this week with their Stock only xacaat business lots in this
Furniture Fixtures Equipment .
area. 8
Colsonin choice .om .bllllla...
SUUI'A CNUU MTOTS tOtf. KOOUCT10H ] .W m grandmother Mrs. G. B. All tarnishing, stock and fixture. will be included ia the bid Jots west side highway
Brooker. and also attending price, and the highest and best bidder' will 1.....,' \LL. one 7:30 P.M.MUKUII _

Bible School there.JJe're .
Vacation IlF:' T.u'n.\'T
on C. S.
Directed by STUART MEISUR ScrtwrieyJ1"1 ****:F. The property face approximately 10 ft. on the blest side of High- Hwys. I1-D::. at Hinson Ate, finest
way list. just Inside the south city limit of Starke. and run apprutinatrly restaurant bldg, fixture. Orlando.
AND M.I ft. in depth. The Iiiicbnr Tourist Court i* Lakeland.. Large ground for etpaaaioa
prominently located xo a* to be seen for parking; building I*
some distance,
Gene leads cavalry Sun., Mon., and Tues. d of set en ...Haj:;.... These hate protrn to be a.r and) good conftist with pull-in appeal. Also concrete modern

cadets m langt war! source of rrtenue, located on the route from the north through 2-hedrnom home (some furniture)
July 17 IS, 19 80130.MarLe to Falatka and the. East Coast. There i* a No a garage adjoining. _

.l Watch for Dates onA.

fjl into CHAWW CCKNA BARBARAMACMURRAY'HESTON'REEO'HAIE I The nudes main the bldg. all bldg; shown In the abote aerial xiett) in- ('. Risxcl Farm oa Hwy. S'M, 6
r ( ttrll-ktockrd and litlne quarters of 3 rooms and bath with a ml.. East: hlxsiiunire. KO; acre. blahI -
JI well-equipped grocery meat display refrigerator Improtrd. 4-bedroom :2-bath
I deep freeze, electric slicing machine, electric orates, home
rte 2O-caxc elect ; S 7i: mile water front. !old ia
THEFARHORIZONS I etc. '1 hi* I box.* an ample extraordinary counter, spare high-rlax and plenty of fchrltlng, etc., tract, for fishing, weekend, or retlrement
profitable business. home Mctirath
: .
Member proper.
of the
Cooprratitc Grocery Association of Ocala. tics Harbor
I The Oak, Cedar Street,
bldg. also ban sen ire station covered area with 2 pump 4 ..I. S. of Daytona JI"...... 2
of the new I
standard ,
rQ6 Oil Co. one of the leading gasolines used modern. home
by the
; one with effirienry,
local .
b touring public Iloweter If the new purchaser folly furnished
TECHNICOLOR so desires other Just complet
COLOR BY these ray he rrmotrd and other .1
pumps installed ed.umerous
a* no "voIr..t writ-shaded home-
or lease i* liOnID existence.The .
MIUUU KHMRtST-AlAN REED t site, near I. S. I, best residential
EDUARDO NORIEGA errs section. Also other East Cost
Plus "Kubin Rodent Hood" Cartoonand _. ,. I proper)ies, Central I
.1UJA II P>NE .1I.Uo\ THOMAS Unrestricted spacious ground include Florida holding
t+sr.RUDttPN MATt M.MM Absolute 0 pie spaces for S trailer and offers am and \lext Coast In test meats.
expansion for
Last Chapter Serial ..NS10N HILilSEOUiMtHLMMTH area additional rental unit, or trailer parking_ !
fc r I I The herlD."n; sign; in front of the property I* an attraction for II I
} some distance In either direction here I* also neon tubing and If >oo hate any Idle real estate or !
Fran v< novel fluorescent lighting In (runt of the business that
store and cabin. you to
turn into
MICHAEL GILHOOLY I.5MaA1a Ol It*ShOStKXteS I ... .- Highway 100 Just Inside South City Limits cash quickly, use the IftSHItOGil -

N4.a teaCa.rc ,tIJMM.lTr .n ("'1'10'\
Wed.. Thur. and Fri. A FAMUOWtT FICTNREYISIAYISIOHI .; '. puss) .... WEDNESDAY :0 0 JULY 20 3IHS. ALBIZRT ALnitKCIlT, Owner. )Safe Method- Fast protrn Sure since 1011 to l/e \j..
Fair \\J ,
July 20, 21, 22 ... \\ ? .Buy and Sell .\. ....... d.__.n_.. "...0.._>._. i't.- I,
I \Ulrll..t. Contact n, at
pare fur Intenien
.t't I
!! \ thanHul for and
'I{I"e U2. The Triends we've madeWho've The Above Properties Open for Inspection after 10 A M. on Date Advertised, with Representative in Attendance.\ ii *.( .. "h"n inpection: COLLECT without Orlando..._
I ,.
? ....".few-,Aa1 W-.t trove
Gtass'SI.pper come to us i iI

: For plumbing! aid.PIIOXE .
Plus "Baby Buggy Bunny" Cart oon I
and Latent World News TERMS : On All Property, FREE! CASH and i ii I

20f; Down i
IN Souvenirs Just
SPECTACUt.AR COLOR I b a for Attending I
JTARRING S. E. SIMMONS Auction; Balance

'ISSUE riRON'MI HAEl lDING- COMING' SOON to be Announced. 1 t t s I t WRITE FOR Auctions! !i

Plus Paramount Presents Vh to- DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURES I
Seven Little Foys SESSION, IF DESIRED 1

\ision.. .. . .. .. .. _. 414-J '' LET US SELL FOR YOU I

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f VVVVVYVVvrVTTVYVVVVTI Prescott, seriously ill in Riverside Food Store Manager and Mrs. John Schultz and daughter otherwise the allegations of said NOTICE TO APPEAR Divorce- J I Z5 day of July 1955; I
Hospital with a heart ail :Mildred of .Pittsburgh, Penn, fessed Complaint will be taken as con- I. Circuit Coart. Br4i.r4 Co.r.h has been filed against you m the II otherwise the allegations of said
xou.; Florida IB Ckaatwrr- Comolaint will "e taken as confessI -
,ment, Francis Norman, Mr. Converse Said King For WeekF. spent Thursday afternoon with This notice skill be published Angela Fattorusso. Plaintiff, vs. above named Court and cause and i I by you
i ind Bertice Griffis. We Mrs. L. A. Crosby. once each week for four consecutive Ralph Fattorusso. Defendant. you are required to serve a copy of This notice shall be published
weeks In the Bradford County Tele your answer or pleading to the
Case No. 10-1054 once each week for four consecutive
Bj Airs. Lacy Norman wish the sick ones a speedy re Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby graph. Notice' T. AppearsTo complaint on the Plaintiff' I weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
covery. have moved to the old Parks place Dated this 24 day of June. 1955. I' : Ralph Fattorusso, whose residence Attorney William D. Morgan graph.
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Rachel Norman, Vaughn Pres- Starke. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby I and address is: 73 Stewart Florida 507 Clark Building, Jacksonville Dated this !! day of June. 1933.
near Clerk of the Circuit Court Street, Brooklyn, New York. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A DaroJ
Norman WeddingMiss cott and the Prescott sisters were Rev. Malcolm Galbrieth will deliver By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I I You are hereby notified that a rand I file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on of By Marian Clerk L Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Court Clerk.
7/1 4t 'I/%: suit for
Evelyn Norman and visiting Lonnie Prescott at River- the message at Bayless Hiway sr before the 6/24 4t 7/15
side Hospital Sunday.Mr. Church next Sunday.
Charles Mosely were quieUy mar-
ried recently: Judge Alex Yawn and Mrs. Charles Mosely Church services same time as I
e at Starke. They will reside in returned Sunday to Jacksonville, uSual. Remember :youth meeting

Jacksonville. where Mrs. Mosely is employed.Ann I every Saturday at 8 p.m.
Church News Harvey and Ona Hardee Cheirrolets got
Bible. School ended July 1 with were shopping in Jacksonville -

good attendance throughout. Tuesday. CLIP BOARDS: Aluminum,

Teachers included Miss Helen On the sick list at Clay Hill Wood or Masonite. Letter, legalor

Hardee Ruby :Mosely, lona and are Mr. and Mrs. Faircloth and I note size. Bradford County

Barbara Gene Thompson,; )jAn Mrs. Bessie Strickland. We hope I Telegraph.
Harvey, Vida Mae and Ellen Nor-! they will be up and around soon.! I

man, secretary Virginia Herdon, Janie Marr Youngston and son of, Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR C .aty. a new honey of a hardtop I

music by Debbie Phillips, all under -i Charlotte, N. C., are. spending a'' I.Ftorlda' I. Claa.rery. .
principal E. C. Harvey. Sarah' few days here with friends and D. Key Richard L. T. Greene, Plaintiff. .
t GulllermIna R. 10ant.Nottee
Norman transported children. I relatives. Cas& o. %
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. each II I Bud Wilkinson, Lacey"and Lar- Every American father gets one To Appear
I 24-hour each when he Gulllermina R. Greene
Sunday. Worship service 11 ajn. ry Norman were in Gainesville' is acclaimed period"King year for residence To and address is: Aquadilla. with a lower-than-ever price tag
a Day
and 8 meet- puerto nico.
p.m. Sunday. Prayer Monday on business. notified that aha8UbVa
but there is one businessman in You are hereby
ing each Wednesday at 8 p.m. Zettie Pargett spent last weekend Starke and 17 of his associates in nr filed divorce against you In the
Teachers meeting each Sunday at
in Jacksonville with her Northeast Florida who are "Kingsfor above named Court and cause and
7:30 p.m. Sunday School Supt., you are required to serve a copythe . .. ..... ...
J. Eunice, Pastor, E. C. Harvey. grandchildren the Vernon Griffis'. a Yeek" all of this week. YOUI' answer or Plaintiff'S pleading Attorney ..': .. :..:.. :
Mrs. Brown Austin and chil- Singled out for this honor is c.mplalnt on the

Beedie Mae Harvey of Mac- dren are spending a few weeks in the local A and P Food Store ExchangeaL'utldi g,clack onville, / '

clenny spent Sunday afternoon manager the 13 supermarket FlorIda, original in the officeof
Daytona Beach with her mother- and tile the
with friends here. managers in Jacksonville, and the the ClerK of the Circuit Court on'
Winfred Wilkinson and Ona in-law, Alice Austin. four or before the
managers of A and P storesat 8 day'of August, 1955; : I II
Hardee entertained their Sunday Mrs. Sarah and Floyd Normanwere Jacksonville Beach, Green Cove otherwise the allegations of said IL
School class Saturday with a in Jacksonville the past week Springs, Gainesville and St. Au' Complaint will be taken as confessed _
picnic and swimming party. I to help move Mr. and Mrs. C. gustine.
On the sick list are Lonnie Mosely into their new apartment. The Starke "King" is F. D.j!weeks each in the week BRADFORD for four consecutive COUNTYTELEGRAPH. 1i

Key, the A and P a I
y manager of Dated this 6 day of July 1955
r store here. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
Robert M. Smith president of Clerk of the, Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk
DRAPES By Marian L. Crosby t tThe
the southern division of the. food 118 U 7/29 '

chain, explained the unique cele- H
e COVERS bration at a kickoff banquet for \PPL1CATIOFOR FI>ALDISCHAUGB _

the honored store managers in Probate Law 1933) new "Two-Ten" Sport Coupe
UPHOLSTERYBeautiful Jacksonville last week. "To most IB Court of the County Judge,
people, particularly to your custo- Bradford County
of Florida .
Fabrics Elegant Styling mers, you are 'Mr. A and P' !In re State the Estate of Fannie M. Green,

Perfect Tailoring \i Smith said. deceased. I. pROBVrETO ..

t ,I "We would like, through this Notice ALL WHOM is hereby IT MAY given CONCERN that Lor-: i,:Maybe you've had a yen for a windows. Nothing but fresh air COMBINE YOUR NEW

CALL PEG at 259 '' I week-long promotion, to convincethem enzo D. Green filed his final report CHEVROLET PURCHASE WITH
; ,l'i; I that we, too, are very con- as Fannie administrator M. Green of deceased the estate: that he of hardtop but couldn't quite squeeze and a picture-window view. Best YOU VACATION PLANSI!
For Advice t scious of your importance to the has filed his petition for final dis-
,.. ,,7, I :local commercial picture and that 'charge the Honorable and that Theron he will A.apply Yaw to. .it into your budget. If so, thisi of all, this big, beautiful "Two- through Order us a, then new pick Chevrolet it up ol

the management! of this Companyis Judge of Bradford County, the plant in Flint, Michigan,
I II grateful for the loyalty and I Florida, on the 8th day of August baby's for you.! It's the hardtop Ten" Sport Coupe is priced right see Chevrolets built, if you
approval of same and for !
:1955 for
enterprise you have displayed." I final discharge as Administrator of as only Chevrolet I builds it. Long, down with the two-door sedans in like, and drive yours home.
I Host at the banquet was Vice I the estate of Fannie M. Green, deceased Chances ore, you'll save a

President G. L. Lyle, general Lorenzo. on this D. 8th Green day, Administratorof of July, 195a. low and plenty saucy, like its convertible Chevrolet's field. It lists for less substantial travel share costsl of your vocation .

(I superintendent of the Company's the estate of Fannie M.

Florida operations, who classifiedthe Green, deceased. 1/8 4t 7/29 cousin. It's an honesttothan any other leading hardtop
> 1

: I Chas. C. Shepherd promotion"King as for a a"plan Week"whereby manager we In Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEAR County, goodness hardtop, too-no? center sold today. Come in and see what e

/TV Radio Free Estimates men may give in our proper business credit, to the the store key Earl Florida Barrier la Chancery., Plaintiff Catherine pillars when you roll down the a walloping bargain it is. 1.

.:..,_ _,_ _,..... .... .. .... v- .... ._,_,_..... _'_'_4.' managers." Barrier, Defendant.Case No. 10-1059 .
Notice To Appear .
To: Catherine Barrier whose res-
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy idence and address is: 37 Brown TORODE CHEVROLET
Street, Lexington, North Carolina. CO.
You are hereby notified that a
? GRAHAMMrs. suit DivorceHas for

11L been filed against you In the ]PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STREETS STARKE FLAt .
o above named Court. and cause and I
John McKlnneTt.uuAAAAUA.uuAAAAA.I you are required to serve a copy of I
your answer or pleading to the complaint -

on the Plaintiff's Attorney O. Pox .' ':. ....;\::"\'!. .. -.U.,... .N'. .. .M .... .. :.' .,... (..0<.. "N".'., .. .,,,.. ...... .
Williams & Futch. P.
Birthday DinnerA and file the original In the office of
;; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
MCU11OC'SUPER surprise birthday dinner was or before the 1 day of August, E v mee.aM. Ii
given Sunday for John McKinney, 1955; otherwise the allegations of .
33 who was celebrating his 67th said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as ; i

birthday anniversary. Dinner This each notice week shall for four be publishedonce consecu- ', ....,'..,, ....'...:.. ,;..,"... ... a 'I
the front > : ::
was spread on long porchof
tive weeks in the Bradford County
..+ '.., .
his home, and :Mr. McKinney Telegraph. M
received nice : Dated this 24 day of June. 1955.
many gifts. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Some of the guests included I Clerk of the Circuit Court 14t
I Mrs. Will Melton and son, Gene, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 7/1 4t Clerk 7/22
of Wald'o, Mrs. Lizzie Wynn of I
Starke, Mrs. Arce. Moit cf Starke, NOTICE TO APPEAR
r. Circuit Coart. Bradford County.:
." Mrs. Annie Ward and children of Florldat IB Ckancery.:
Mildred O'Neal. Plaintiff, vs" Sam-
Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. B. McKinney .
; uel Paul O'Neal, Defendant
of Starke, Horace McKinney of I Case No. 10-1058
Starke, Mr. acid Mrs. Carl Wynnof Notice To Appear
Whether you cut wood for fun or profit, take it from jour I Samuel Paul O'Neal whose resi-
Starke, and Johnny Wall of dence and address Is: Unknown.You -' :'
I old sid lick, Joe Me Pine, who has been using Chain Saws for Starke. are hereby notified that a
: a long, long lime, it'll pay you to go right away and get a !, suit forDivorce
demonstration of McCulloch's new Model SUPER 3) Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Starlingwere and custody of minor child
visiting Mrs. Starling's mother has been filed against you In the
it it and feel the extra performance, above named Court and cause and
Prove to yourself Try
Mrs. Lizzie Himes
High 'you are required to serve a copy of
'extra light weight with perfect balance. No other saw in its Springs Sunday. your answer or pleading to the
price class cuts so fast. The SUPER 33 with all the famous ,complaint jon the Plaintiff's
McCulloch professional features, and extra durability makes it Miss Emily McKinney left Mon. Attorney Alfred C. Scott 106
day for Tampa to visit her sister, Smith Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
the big news in the Chain Saw field today. and file the original In the officeof
Mrs. W. B. Johnson4. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .. .. .....
Cut low stumps with the SUPER 33 with either a straight '. Mrs. John Frost and children or before the ;Sg I' ..,
blade, or a McCulloch fast-cutting Plunge Bow. .of Tampa were visiting Mr. and 1 day of August 1955:

..... .Mrs. John McKinney last Sunday. Important thought to keep in mind: '
p oe 7Ptwe Grow More Trees; Mr and Mrs. Barry Dyal were
minds you: Prevent Forest fires. visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Carlton COLONIAL There are times when it can be awfully embarrassing to stall.There's "

,,v v Davis'Sunday in Waldo. no need to worry about stalling in hot-weather traffic.no need to f
+ /'-.. ,.. worry about balky hot-engine starting!Just fill up at your Gulf station I
FLORIDA SAW COMPANY vvvvvvvvvvvnvvmvvvvvvBAYLESS -n with New Super-Refined Gulf NG-NOX-the gasoline that's made

2727 N. W. 6th Street FLORISTPHONE a with evaporation control to prevent vapor-lock.And always protect |

Phone FR.6-3411 Gainesville, Fla. HIWAY\ 218 your controls engine carbon.with New Gulfpride HJD..Select, the motor oil that I


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6 Piece Miss Ardelia Hall of Jackson-
t -
Joyce ville is Crosby spending; a while with FLOWERSFpr New Gulf NO'HOX Gasoline delivers not just the highest octane hut :

MAPLEDINING :Mrs. Lois Newmans and her
All Occasions
husband were visiting her brother,
Ovid Thomas, who is in a Palat-
ROOMPhone ka hospital. f ,.h full working octane,
:Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and POTTED PLANTS
I -
family and Tim Lewis of Crescent, I
SUITE i I Ga., have been visiting the W. C. POTTERY .:
80 Starke, Fla. Wards. because its super-refined to bum clean

Miss Florence Martin and Neil Flowers WiredAnywhere : II
; r : .
Smith of Starke and Miss Pansy
4 Chairs 1 Dropleaf Table .I Crosby and Buie Crosby were in t No GASOLINE,no matter how high more complete engine protection I

Jacksonville Sunday. a. octane, will let your engine
1 China Cabinet :Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford of Nona St. Starke DIRTY BURNING NEW GULF deliver full power performance- extra gas mileage in short-trip, I

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Tul-END NO-N0% mile after mile-unJess it burns clean. stop-and-go drivingfreedom I

and Mrs. C. C. Crosby.Mr. That's why it pays to always use from vapor-lock and en I
.. ..----r : and :Mrs. Barney Eggersand ,
family and Mrs. Eggers of -- -.--,-. '-' _. I See what a difference Gulf super-refining makes. new NO-NOX. Gulf NO-NOX is the gine stalling I

4 ITI Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Gulf takes out the "dirty-burning tail-end" of clean-burning fuel that gives you no knock,no pre-ignition-even In

Mrs. T. N. Norman and :Mr. and Wash Your Clothes I gasoline-at the refinery-to bring you newcJeanfun working octane day in, day out. today's high-compression engines I

Mrs. Elton Sapp last weekend.Mr. 9 Pounds I burning Gulf NO-NOX. In addition, you get. I
I and Mrs. Earl Spender and :
I children of Atlanta, Ga., spent For 40c! .- 151 1mteIII- - - - - - .I.:.<.<::.;'t.f" .>..-.../.;./.. .1

I last week with her parents, Mr. I Now 1 For the ultimate in working octane performance always use Gulf if/!:!:' .,.;. : I
and :Mrs. R. M.
Crosby. FREE Bleach If Desired! ..
lfll 1g1j visiting Spencers her have sister been and brotherinlaw to :Miami- eWe I super-refined gas-oil team-New Gulf NoNox Gasoline and 7 >"',... I

q/1 fUNO\\\ and 24.Mrs., new:Mr.. R.son and M., Mrs.Stephen Crosby Loran,entertainedlast born Conner June Dry Your Will Clothes Gr5 New Gulfpride H.D. Select Motor Oil ( :

Friday with an informal I The only motor oil super-refined Assures lower oil consumption !

For 20cIn r by the Alchlor Process fomodProides the ... .
party. Mrs. Crosby was assistedby protec- :r :,{. ,,; :
:Mrs. Earl Spencer. I ij: ::_ ern high-compression engines. the film ever developed in a ,.d ', ;_""' I
New Automatic Driers!
Miss Sharon Woods of Jacksonville i : ;. /' Controls carbon motor oilAvailable .. I

is spending a while with Combats corrosive acids, rust in 3 grades-SAE W I

\ LIWas Janice Conner. and deposits; lOW, SAE 20/20W, SAE 30. ;...
Mr. and :Mrs. K. A. Holly and L
'-'+ L P t7+" +wF 9e. g FAG R9C Q L4 Or7 1. a tag m ltsi tt9 I49 r sal 8. ?tres ass is inns jr.
$189.95 N-O-W son, Earl, of Starke moved last
Thursday to Georgia. They were
active members of Bayless Hiway The Washeteria'Femple \ '

169.95 Church. F. REGISTER & S ON ... DISTRIBUTORS
:Mrs. S. R. Clark and family have Ave Starke
sold there home here and movedto

Kingsley Lake. Phone 155 -- Starke FloridaI'
Mrs. H. :M. McRae of Pine Level .0 ._ 0'. .... ,-r I
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ryY YYYYYYYY1tY TYYYYYYY1 sisters-in-law, Mrs. Gladys Green showing the patrol made in completing :Uw, legatees, devisees or grantees; three and seventeen hundredths in prayed being a Decree quietingand week for four consecutive weeks in Bradford County. Florida, this the
I J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Nell Andrew nun feet to an Iron stake; confirming the plaintiff's titleto the Bradford County Telegraph a Hh day of June. A.D. 1955.
and daughters, and Mrs. Warren- the best practice mission : *, hIs wife of Bradford County last aforesaid Iron stake being the lands hereinabove described weekly newspaper, published in CHARLES A. DARBY
HAMPTONBy etta Crawford of Heilbronn I in the state of Florida. :Florida; Louella T. Struth of Bradford In a Northerly direction and a and other relief and it further appearing Starke. Bradford County, Florida. Clerk of said Circuit Court.
I County, Florida; Annie :Mae distance of sixty (60) feet from from said sworn Complaintthat Witness my hand and the Seal of By: Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Springs.Mrs. I Mrs. Allen Dean and son, Dud- Bnaor, former Annie Mae Kemper, the Southwesterly corner of said the names of the defendantsare our' said Circuit Court at Starke 7/1 4t 7. 2SENGINEERED
i Ernest Hunter and sons ley, have returned home from twoweek's ;of Duval County. Florida; and any Lot Six ((); run thence in an unknown, except as therein set -
Sin. D. E. II1U"aaaaaaaaAaaaaaaaaaaa& ind all other persons claiming any Easterly direction and parallel to forth, and that the addresses and .
vacation in ._..... _., .
of Ft. Lauderdale visiting Wilmington, ; -
are I right title or Interest In and to the the Southerly boundary of said residences of said defendants are -"' "' -:- -
this week with the George Sax Del. i j jI Following described lands in Bradford Block, distance of one hundred unknown and that there is no per- -- ---- --- -. - -- -- -- .---- ------>
& I I Manown and children I County. Florida to-wit: thirty-one and six hundredths son or persons within the State of
Voyle (131.06) feet to a Concrete Mon- Florida, the service of process isn
Council Sets Tax ons.Mr.. and Mrs W. 'T. Saxon of Page and Jan are visitingher All of Lots one (1), Two (%) and ument on the Easterly boundaryof Chancery upon whom would bind FACTORY
three (3) and Lots six (6) and Lot seven (7). being also the said absent or unknown defendants
Treasurer W. H. Maxwell
Oakland Park visited in Hampton parents in Buffalo, N. Y. seven_ (7) except the Southerlysixty Easterly boundary of aforesaid and that each known and named defendant -
,reviewed the financial report for this week with Mrs. J. IL Mr. and Mrs. Bart Holm have (CO) feet thereof, and the Block one (1); last aforesaid is over the age of twentyone FACTORY
the fiscal year at the monthly Northerly sixteen and eigthy- Concrete Mounment being in a years, and that the age of each APPROVED
returned their home from a
Saxon. to three hundredths (16.83) feet of Northerly direction and a distance unknown and unnamed defendantIs '
business meeting of Hampton city Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and vacation in Miami Lot five (5) of Block one (1) ofPearce's of sixty (60) feet from the unknown;
Re-subdivision accord- Southeasterly corner of said block This is, therefore, to commandyou SERVICE PARTS
council Tuesday 5.
evening July
children Mr. and Mrs. Aughtry Vance entertaineda Plat recorded in Plat Book
of Hampton, Ing to one (1); run thence in a North- and each of you, and you are
City tax books for the year Mrs. J. R. Lucas and children, Mr. large group of friends at her 2, page 32 of the public recordsof erly direction along the Easterly hereby notified and required to
were read and discussed, with the the 4 weekend. Bradford County, Florida, together boundary of said Block one oth-er
and Mrs. C. N. Greene, Mrs. home over July with a parcel identified on (1) a distance of one hundred pleading to the Complaint herein -
tax for 1955-56 set at 3.5 mills Mosley and Miss Lula Harris of The Hendersons of Gainesville said Plat as NOT INCLUDED IN fifty-five and seventeen hun- on plaintiff's attorneys. Williamsand Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
THIS PLAT and bounded on the dred t ha (155.17) feet to point of Futch, P. O. Box 188, Starke, -
$100 assessed evaluation the
per Maxville, visited Gold Head spent the July 3 weekend at the North by Madison Street on the beginning. Florida and file the original An- Wrecker Service
,same as the previous year. Branch State Park last week. Eula Walker Cottage. Mrs. Hen- West by. Bay.Street, on the East You and each of you, are hereby swer or other pleading in the officeof
G. P. Wadsworth, Hampton James Thomas was surprisedwith derson is the granddaughter of and(1). South Said by Lots aforesaid, portions Block of Lots one in notified the that there has been filed and the for Clerk Bradford of the County Circuit, Court Florida in

mayor, was able to attend the a birthday party at his home Mrs. Walker. and parcel being more partiCUlar-I(Judicial Circuit Circuit Court in and of the for Eighth Brad- on or before the 1st day of August I BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
meeting: at the town hall for the Friday evening July 1, for his Mrs. R. G. Evans of Dallas,I ly described as ,,ford County. Florida, a Complaint A.D., 1955. if you fail to do so. Decree TESTING AND STARTER
in Pro Confesso will be taken
Commence the Chancery wherein
at Northeasterlycorner Bertha Pearce
first time since his recent illness. fourteenth birthday. Punch and Texas, was a recent guest of her of said Block one (1) for a widow, is plaintiff and each of against you for the relief demanded BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR
Herman Damon Dies cake were served to approximately sister, Mrs. Lindsay Walker. point of beginning and run you is defendant the style of which in the Complaint. LINING
thence in a Westerly direction Is Bertha Pearce v. Drury Reddish It is hereby ordered that this i : BATTERIES
Herman Damon father of Mrs. Hal of SALES
of Mr. and Mrs. Wright
20 guests. James Is the son I along the Northerly boundary et. aL, defendants, the relief there- Notice -Shall be published once each I
John Parker, died Sunday eveningin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas. Sarasota were recent guests of thereof continuing in a Westerly REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
Derby, N. Y., following an auto- Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson.Lt direction along a Westerly
prolongation of said Northerly I BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
mobile accident a few days before.i and Mrs. Allen B. Headleyand boundary a distance of two hun- I
The father of Mrs. John Parker I yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyfVVYKeystone daughter, Ellen, are now dred sixty and fifty-eight hun- BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY -
I dredths (360.58) feet to its Intersection I
of Hampton, Mr. Damon has spent occupying their new home in Jacksonville with the Easterly PARRAKEETSBaby Complete Lubrication Service
several winters here with his I They were guests of boundary of the right-of-way of
I HeightsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Bay Street; run thence in a birds easily trained, full of lore I
daughter. He had been staying Jrs. Headley's parents for the southerly direction along said DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
with his son, Charles Damon, in' past two months while their new Easterly boundary a distance of and affection. Make wonderful pets.

Clean N. Y., at the time of the home was being completed.Mr. one hundredths hundred thirty-three(133.01) feet and to one a All in full plumage in all rotors. Bluesin Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
accident. and Mrs. W. B. Goodloe and Permanent Reference Monumenton all shades. Yellows, greens, and
Firemen's Ball
the Northwesterly Corner of We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
Mrs. Parker left Hampton Mon- The Firemen's Ball held an- sons, recent guests of Mrs. G. od- Lot four (4) of aforesaid Block white. Also jellou-faced blues. All
day morning for New York to nually at the Keystone Pavilionis oe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. one (1); run thence in an East- raised and act lima ted to our Florida
erly direction along the Northerly -
attend the funeral. one of the high lights of the Wiggins, have returned to their boundary of said Lot four (4) climate. Hundred to choose from. HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
home in Staunton, Va. continuing along an Easterly
social season in Keystone. The prolongation thereof a distanceof
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Isreal of I committee, reports the sale of Pete Alderman, who Is confinedin one hundred forty-five and OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND 600 Temple Ave. Phone 69
Archer visited three days last' tickets highly satisfactory and the the Veterans Hospital in Lake eighty-eight hundredths (143.88)
feet to an iron stake on the East-
week in Hampton with the L. A. financial success of the affair is City, is making satisfactory pro- erly boundary of Lot five .(5) of BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARM
Halls. The Halls and their guests assured. The department has gress and hopes to be back in said Southerly Block;direction run thence along in said a YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALERCocaCola

vacationed during that time on collected $1 000 to date in member- circulation before long again. Easterly boundary, being also the On Highway 21- Keystone Heights I .

the Oklawaka River. ship dues \and looks forward to Mrs. M. Ryan is visiting her Westerly said Block boundary, a distance of of Lot twenty(6) of I -- -- ----.-- .: -, _:. -.- -- -. '::: :: .: .::.. : --
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper and bolstering its treasury with the daughter, Mrs. M. T. McDonald, -

family moved this week into the dance receipts. and family in Miami. ., .
old bank building on Hampton'smain Police ChiefKeystone Mrs. James A. Goodson has -

street, from their former can feel justly proudof been confined to her home for the
home at the Intersection of Highway Homer Casey, its chief of past month by illness. .

, 301. police. Casey served 20 years Miss Mary Ann Morgan is a
Mr. and Mrs. Richard May and with the U. S. government as a guest of her friend Miss Ann

daughter vacationed for several special investigator in the Trea- Vandiveer, in Spartenburg: S. C. .
days last week to Tampa, Miami, sury Department The Edwin Bennetts of Gaines-. --

and up the East coast by Cocoa He retired from government ville and Keystone are on a va- ip vI
Beach. Mr. May was on furlough service to make his home in Key- cation trip through the state.'
fOr the week from the Air Forceat stone. Pressure was brought to They will stop over to visit Mr.

Gunter Field, Montgomery, bear to accept the post of policingthe Bennett's sister Mrs. E. Ellinger,

Ala.Mr. town, and he. has done an excellent and Junior Bennett, who has just
and Mrs. Gordon Weest job.Birthday returned from Korea to tnter:
and family of Miami are visiting PartyA University Of Florida. ,

this week with Mrs. T, F. Brown joint birthday party was held Mr. and Mrs. W. Charles and .
and son Frank in Hampton. Mr. at Keystone Beach in honor of son Woody of :Miami were recent
Weest is Mrs. Brown's son. the twin daughters of Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wat "

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope and Mrs. Ernie Betts, Merrion and son. Mrs. Charles is a sister of
son of Eau Gallie visited in Hamp- Merrill, who reached their 12th Mrs. Watson.

ton last week with Mr. and Mrs. birthday on June 30. Also honoredwas Mrs. Fred Dodd and daughter,

Edward Saxon. Bruce Prevatt, son of Mr. Sylvia, Miss Elizabeth Allmendinger -
Members of the IntermediateGirls' and Mrs. Myron Prevatt, who was and Miss Martin Schick, are N

class of Hampton Baptist' i 14 on the same day. Games were attending the Sword Of The Lord I /, ; I
Sunday School sponsored a refreshment played and a Ibnch served. Conference at Toccoa, Ga. % f I

hour at Hampton Town Stork Shower Mrs. John Kargis entertainedthe :.. 4i.
Hall Wednesday evening, follow- Mrs. E. V. Whittle was guestof Travel Club at a Fish Fry : ;

ing the regular prayer meeting honor at a stork shower Thurs- Dinner at her home on July 4.

service at the church. Funds day evening at the home of Mrs. This was the final gathering of
raised by the project are to pro- Cannon on Peach Street. The the club until fall. After the ..

Tide transportation expenses for party contest was won by Mrs. dinner, Railroad Canasta was &h
the girls to attend a youth week G orge Schaeffer. Bridge was played. The men were pitted ( v ) : .

camp at Evangelist Bill Rice's played and refreshments served. against the women, which resulted -
ranch at Murfreesborough, Tenn., The Keystone Duplicate Bridge in victory for the men. High Y ,-..- ;,o> 4 :

during August. Club omitted its weekly play over' scores were made by John Kargi;, ;
Mrs. Juanell Slade and childrenof the 4th of July week end; but re- E. W. Dwyer and C. Sipe. The n.Y 1Y

Douglas, Ga., spent last weekin sumed play at the Woman's Club. club will resume play on WednEs-
Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. on Monday evening, July 11. day. Oct. 5.

W. M. Slade. The Community Church Men's :Mr., and Mrs. Wm. Reynoldsand
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Morris and Club held a picnic supper on the family have returned home ,

children of Pompano visited Mrs. beautiful grounds of S. E. McKayon from a month's vacation spent at # i ,

Morris' father, B. Y. Saxon, last Monday evening, July 11. their summer home in Highlands,
week enroute to Salt Lake City, The Dorcas Class of the First ,NC._ Hs

Utah. Benny Saxon, grandson of Baptist Church held its annual Alfred B. Watson, son of Mr.I.

Mr. Saxon, came with them from I banquet during the week. A tur- and Mrs. A. B. Watson cf Key- "
Pompano to stay with his grand-i key dinner was served in the stone, has been named to the

father for several weeks. I. Holiday customary manner and Merit List of Emory at Oxford.
Elder and Mrs. Harry Eddy of was thoroughly enjoyed by all Ga.. according to Registrar M. C. i
Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. who attended. Mrs. C. A. Louden I Wiley. The honor goes to stud- tNa' .

May of Hampton attended serv- Sr. is president of the Dorcas I ents for superior academic work

ices at the Primitive Baptist Lit- Class. I. and excellent deportment. 'o-i 'a % y y ,

tle Friendship Church in Hahira, Miss Marlyn Layton, daughter ,,, \, ; 4'
Ga., Sunday. They also visited of Judge and Mrs. Layton of \ $+ t

the Stephen Foster Memorial at Jacksonville, is directing Music

White Springs.Mrs. Week at the First Baptist Church.

Eddie Allen and daughters Miss Layton will be a Junior at C9: Ytt
visited last week with Mrs. Allen's Stetson University this falL totoOStJe666

brother J. A. Cantrell and family Capt. Bert Christoffer, commander (x.4 f

in Columbus, Ga. of the Keystone Civil Air Patrol -

Guests Monday at the home of is receiving congratulationsfrom
Mrs. Ina Forsythe were her all over the state on the fine

In The Clrrult Court Of The Eighth is simply. delicious and refreshing.
Judicial Circuit. IB And For Brad-
ford Countr. Florida.
I. C..ry.

HUNDREDSof (BERTHA PEACE vs. a widow Plaintiff. Y. Coke has a distinctive good taste, all its own. I

details are managed and economic- DRURT REDDISH, eta Defendants.at. '.

ally attended that only a trained and THE STATE OF NOTICE FLORIDA, TO: V <' ; : .v...: And when you feel the need for a bit off
I Iquick
careful organization can attend when Drury Reddish and -Reddish.
his unknown wife If living and i
need for serving at
the urgent dead their unknown heirs at law, it's wonderful how Coca-Cola -
hand. legatees devisees or grantees, and .';. energy,
all other persons claiming by,
under them John D. McKinley -
through or :
and -McKinley. his un- i 'cg brings you hack so refreshed so quickly,
DeVVITT C. JONESPhone known wire If living, and If dead, ;
their unknown heirs at law legat-
7 Starke Fla. ees devisees or grantees, and all
other persons claiming by through with as few calories as half f
or under them; J. :-l. Jones and wife, fI
funeral Director Ambulance Service A. V. Jones, if living, and if dead
their unknown heirs at law. legato
ees. devisees or grantees, and all an average, juicy grapefruit. I
Our local funeral home enable ua to offer convenience t&4 other persons claiming by. through
services not otherwise available.We or under them: Vasco Dale Alvarez .
and -Alvarez, his unknown {
wife if living, and if dead their unknown Enjoy Coca-Cola. I
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or grantees: Calista Demeria
furnish the highest type cervic at lowest prices, and Alvarez and her unknown husband,

accept ANY life insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY heirs if living.at and law.if legatees dead their, devisees unknown or It's delicious and refreshing. / I Ii Ii

company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. grantees, and' all other persons i
claiming by, through or undei i
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TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Society, Tampa. The county District Convention Complaint will be taken as confessed -!. HILLIARD and GENEVA HIL-
went over the top twice and the The fourth annual by you. LIAPvD his wife Petitioners. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I session of This notice shall be 23 day of July 1953; graph.
published :NOTICE: APPEAR
.negro committee made valuable the Sunday School and Baptist once each week for four consecu To: James Newton Devereani. otherwise the allegations of said Dated this ?1 day of June, 1S55.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. contribution. Miss Dorothy Alvarez i Training Union District Conven- tive weeks in the Bradford County. S9-3545 Naval Supply Depot, Box Complaint ed by you.will be taken as contess-(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbV
Telegraph. 45 Naval Ease Navy 115, ( Clerk of the circuit Court
plans to call a meeting of !tion will convene at New Bethel Dated this 29 day of June 1955. New York, N. Y. c/of F.P.O. This notice shall be pnbllshedBy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
By Ozora Johnson.. Editor this committee In the very near Baptist Church July 14 to, 17. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby You are hereby notified that a once each week for four consecutive 6/2 4t 7/15
aaa.aa..a. . . ..,. . . . ... . . future to make plans for the 1956 This session is an auxiliary to the By Marian L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk petition> has been filed in the above
------------------------ AAAAAAAAAAAAA dudtadtu styled court and cause by Luther C.
campaign We are urging some Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist As- 7/1 4t 7/22 Hilliard and his wife, Geneva Hil-

Lawtey Wins Ball Game Swimming, the feature of the of the patrons to head up these sociation, of which Rev. D. E. NOTICE-TO APPEAR hard Frink.for the a adoption minor by of the Daryl petitioners Randall -- BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor

Players from Lawtey and summer program, is being accentuated drives in 1956 and give the teachers White is moderator.Rev. In The Circuit Court ot Bradford Luther C. Hilliard and Geneva

Orange Park tangled Monday with rain. "Dog Days" are more time to teach,, Don't be A. Vinson will be host Lucille County Florida In Chancery. serve iilliard.a copy and you of your are required Answer or to Reliable Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop
in the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park rainy days, but that has not cut too modest to volunteer for these pastor. The public is cordially B. McMahan McMahan, Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Earl Objections to show cause why said Starke Business Firms

at Jacksonville. It was the sec cur atendance on Monday, Wed- services, "for the life you save invited to attend these meetings. Notice To Case No. 10.1051 the petition petitioners'should attorney not be granted, Theron, on A.

ond baseball game of the district nreday and Friday for the tripto may be your own". Special music will be featured To: Earl Appears B. McMahan, whose residence Yawn, Jr., :Bradford County Court
playoff of the National Baseball the beautiful Lake Whitamore Scouts Meet and address is: A. Battery. House. Starke, }Florida and file'the I
Don't miss inspirational
throughout. the 68th AFA Bn. original in the office of the Clerkof
43 in. Mortars
Tournament, with Lawtey win- on the Camp Bland hg Military The following scouts were pres- sermons each night. Hood. Texas. Fort the Circuit Court on or before
ning by a score of 126. reservation. We like li there very ent in a meeting at RJ.E. last According to Deacon John Diggs.i. You are hereby notified that a suit July 25, 1955. HIGH TESTED OPEN
for Divorce Herein fail not or a decree SUNDAY
Charles Titson of Lawtey went much and we are doin everythingto Wednesday: Eddie Neal, John guests from many part of Florida has been filed against In the confesso will be entered against you. I

the entire distance in the game make this privilege constantly Givens, Alfred Baker, Dan Flem- will be in attendance to this convention above named Court and you cause and of WITNESS said Court my In hand Starke and, Bradford the seal .. 1
facing 42 batters, striking out 6, possible to our students. ming, Kyler Cohen and J. C.Tvson you are required to serve a cepy cf County, Florida this 22 day of June, CONCRETEBLOCKS 7:30 10:30: A.M.

walked 5 and giving up 9 hits. I We think_swimming is a_year.! I I plaint your answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to Attorney the con:- 1955.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I.1. 12:30 8:00 P.M.

Charlie Goodson of Orange Park round need for our bOys ana girls Scoutmaster Aaron Holly pre XOTICE OF INTENTION TO Gerald R. Hart 202 Smith Bldg., As Clerk of said Circuit Court.

went to the top of the 4th inning and that two months and no more I sided, assisted by committeemen Notice REGISTER Is hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the and Jacksonville file the original Florida in the office By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 6/24 4t Clerk.7/15 I I e

when the Lawtey big bats demanded would be robbery. According to .Willie Bass and H. Brooks Remarks undersigned, under the provisions of of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on FULL
I Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. Acts or before the And LINE OF
another pitcher. Goodsoj the report of some principals in were made by Supervisor
.f 1941, will register with the Clerkof 25 day of July. 1955: NOTICE TO APPEAR GROCERIES
was relieved by Jim Hicks who a recent workshop conference at Johnson, who stated that we would the Circuit Court in and for otherwise the allegations of said! I la[ Circuit Court. Bradford County READYMIXEDCONCRETE i I
faced 24 batters, striking out 5, Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona make an earnest effort to help Bradford County of State of of Florida, Complaint will be taken as confessed Florida In Chancery.
upon receipt proof publication by WEST
walked 3, and gave up 5 hits. Beach, swimming is a partof develop the scout program in of this notice, the fictitious This you.notice shall be published I Dorothy George Wilhelm Wilhelm.Plaintiff Defendant., vs. Henry END
Goodson was also knocked out of their physical education program Bradford County. name of: Bradford Motor Court under once each week for four consecutiveweeks Case No. 10-1053 I
which we are engaged in busi-
the pitchers box by Lawtey. In and the city 'ch mber of She further suggested that we ness at 1123 N. State Road 200, graph. In the Bradford County Tele- Notice To AppearTo Phone 94 I GROCERYWELDING
: Henry George Wilhelm, whose
spite of his loss, Goodson was commerce and: council] provideda have a program and call it Starke. Florida. That the parties Dated this 13 day of June, 1955. esidence and address is: Unknown. I

the greater player for his team pier, lake and all facilities i.i- "Scouts on Parade" and have, a I colm interested Pownall in said and business wife, ElizabethM. are: Mal (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the) Charles Circuit A.Court.Darby suit You for are divorce hereby and notifies custody( that of a BRADFORDENGINEERING i

getting 3 hits out of 4 times at lading <* bath house for the representative from the Scout! .Dated Pownall.this Starke 8th Fla.of BJ Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk minor child has been filed CO.
day July A.D., _
bat, 2 singles and a double. Silas experience. Council in Jacksonville come over, 1955, at Starke, Bradford County 6/24 4t 7/15 Court against you in the above named I :- -
cause and you are reqUired
Jenkins was he outstanding hitter Swimming is scheduled two and interpret the. program fully' Florida. 7/8 4t 7/29 Ia The Circuit Court Of The Eighth to serve a copy of your answer 1 if
for Lawtey, getting 3 single hits hours twice, per week during to the parents, with demonstration -' Judicial For Bradford Circuit of Florida la and the or Plaintiffs pleading AttorneyE. to the complainton iI

cut of 4 times at bat. regular school. Some of the I by members of troups 71 of. In NOTICE TO APPEAR In Chancery.Re County.. K. Ferryman, Starke, Floridaand 24 Hour Service CAST IROX _
The tourney, of which 10 teams' adult chaperons and'volunteers Starke and 71-A of Lawtey.In i Florida Circuit In Court, Bradford County : Adoption of DARYL RANDALL file the original In the office of BRASS _
Chancery. FRINK. A Minor, by LUTHER C. the Clerk of the Circuit Court ALL KINDS ALTO REPAIRS CAST
have entered is a single elimIna- are: Mabel Battles MargaretDeSue I this connection Scout master Johnny C. Stratton, Plaintiff, VS. I
tion I Dorothy Wilson, Queen Shirley Stratton, Defendant. li WRECKER SERVICE
sponsored by the I Holly appointed a membership Case No. 10-1062 ii CUMBER'SWELDING
National Baseball Congress. The i Green, Pauline Nobles of Ala committee: J. C. Tyson, John Notice To AppearTo Phone 9118
winning team will be chua, Pauline Marshall, Alma : Shirley Stratton, whose residence I u SHOP
presentedwith Givens and Dan Flemming. Cubs. and address is: Unknown. I
a trophy and represent this' Jenkins and Elizabeth Givens. I and scouts are needed. The mem- You are hereby notified that a WHEN FAMILIES GROW THOMAS TRUCK Phone 2J
district in the Parents are invited to bring suit for divorce vo i Cor. 10th & Thompson
finals In Kansasin bership fee is 50 cents. The has been filed against you in the I TERMINAL _
the National Tourney in August (their children out every day and scout bringing in the first five above named Ceurt and cause and AND THAT IS GREAT !1/2 Mile SoutL on SOl

Games were played for the have weaving experiences. Wehave members will be given a $2 cash your are answer required or pleading to toa the copy complaint of. '! I II
entire week with finals Saturday lots of thr3.il and shoestrirgs. prize, while the scout bringing in on the Plaintiff's Attorney' HOMES+ OFTEN AREINADEQUATE I
night of last Buy a crocheting needle E. K. Ferryman. Starke. Florida, BILL CONEY
week. C. c. Anderson the; highest number over 5 by and file the original in the officeof 1 ISLAND
is treasurer of the team. and learn how to Snake your ownscaifs. the time of the program will re the Clerk of the Circuit Courton pIN DRY CLEANING SANDWICH SHOP
or before the
Airman Only tw weeks left to
Jenkins ceive a cash award from the
/ day of August. 1955; FOREMOST ICE
Sgt.- Jenkins is Make a contrjbufhn to the sumxer I supervisor. otherwise the allegations of said CREAM
on leave to be .
Complaint will be taken as confessed i AND 3IILK
at the bedside, of his sick sister, program. More committeemen are needed.So by you. : Sandwkhes
Mary Jenkins'Giradeau.. We School will close on Friday far we have three, which in This notice shall be published qoo Of All Kinds
regret July 29, but the la 3 for culmi- once each week for four consecutive WE CALL FOR I Open 8 a.m. 10:30
that pan.
she was returned r> the clude Elmer Shell, former chair weeks In the Bradford County Tele-

hospital in Gainesville on :Mon nating will be activity by the children man, and Robert Dell. Marion: 1 I graph.Dated this 28 day of June, 1955. AND DELIVER : ALL DAY SUNDAY
day July 11. Sgt. Jenkins is the next week. Dell and Elizabeth Givens will (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Tenth Street
For the sake of the name we will Clerk of the Circuit Court.
youngest son Den Mothers. Phone 135
of prof. A. o. serve as
call it "SUMMER SCHOOL By Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ins, retired principal of RJE FOLLIES 'Sails To England 7/1 It 7/22
school. He 13 stationed Aber'deen OF 1955". 1'l1 admission Legertha Hudson and her two -.--.-- NEW METHOD
at will be free. 1 I AUTIIE: TO APPEAR J 1 "L..1 L..A P.. w- _
Air Force Base. SgL Jenkins sons, Winfred and Jerome, will'In Circuit Court, Bradford County O LOCAL TRADEMARKS,J.... CLEANERS I "HERB'S&bG.313remPl.M.
is on a 20 day leave but plans You can't afford to miss this I leave Starke this week by trainto ,Marie Florida Artis In, Plaintiff Chancery., vs. Irvan Ar- ..
to stand by for the improvementof variety of music, dances,I sail on the S. S. Neptunia, from tis Defendant. Case No. 10-1064 : KING KONETTYTTTTTYTTTYTYTYTTYTTT
skits and dramatics.! Aaron Allen To Appear
his sister, Mary. We are prayIng will be at the Canada to Southhampton, Eng-\\NOtl.t' Irvan Artis, whose residence I
piano and will :
for her speedy land, where they will join Roose and address is: Unknown. !
recovery. be featured in "Bop" and You DRIVE-IN
"Boogie"This are hereby notified that
Alvin (Koot) Lumpkins is well is the velt Hudson "of the U. S. Navy. suit for divorce a y ILDERS Schwinn Bicycles
on the way to same youngster that Hudson has been planning for has been filed against you In the Do SE Package Milk Shakes
recovery. He is was awarded $10 by :Mr. Torode above named Court and cause and AKD REPAIRING
learning to walk on crutches at at the Lion's Club this reunion for quite some time you are required to serve a copy of I And
the General Hospital in Gaines.. amateur con We hope that their third child,. your answer or pleading to the com f1I&' PLI ( SAWS FILEDLAWN I
test. I KING I
ville, according to his wife, Ela. 200 Percent Club which is expected soon, will be, TFranktLandrum. Starke.Attorney Fla., ,' I Is MOWERS REPAIRED i KONES
He should be released a bouncing baby girl. We wish. and file the original In the office of a. -
soon That Your editor }has: been awardeda : the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Simpson Bike Shop DELICIOUSs.
Is "Bon ,.. _
Legertha Voyage" .
good news to his or before the .b. -
many friends certificate of merit Walnut St. 'I. .
and a mem 1 REFRESHING
and relatives. I Church NewsML day of August 1955: :
bership card in the 200 Percent otherwise the allegations of said ALAA
Summer Program I Moriah Methodist Church,, I
Club of the American CancerThat's :
Rev. D. W. Demps, pastor, had
-" \inspirational services all day beginning -

with Sunday School at :
Our Business 9:30: a.m. Supt. W. Brooks in ,*

01 4 If It's Glass We Have It! charge. At the morning service

111 CALL WRITE or VISIT I: hour ,"Love afternoon Feast" worship was administered was- ITS HOT I MERCURYS RISING I

(dl I, Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR I participation services at New in the Bethel ordination Baptist

ANY GLASS NEED culminated church.: The with evenfag"Holy Commun-worship

We Design Modern\ Store Fronts ion. RECORD SALES MEAN RECORD DEALS

Just Mail Us A Pattern for Former members from out of

Table Tops town included Brother and Sister

1313 Clarence Battle and :Minnie Smith.
NW.4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
Church Lay Leader Leona Royal
., '" -+ '!' .r
-- complimented the 12 church clubson
-. :- --- .. _n .. _. ._ -.. I I the very fine way they are ",. .

SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE working and reporting[:' and invites -

:: the cooperation and help of S

those who have not yet made T TA
contributions. ,
n ) p y ",F.,. Syr / Y
Plans have been made for the

FIRE AND annual Men's Day program with ''Ykt,
AUTO INSURANCERATE Robert Dell and Louis Kelly serv- .z M r n R a 8f

ing as chairmen. The fourth Sun- 1 0k A, ytl

REDUCTIONSKeep day in August will be the date of
q yM.i4. A )9
this program featuring the men "

Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit of the church and outstandingmen

from the LOWEST possible rates. in the church connection
throughout Florida.

STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY We may be lucky enough tget .k J AMY

Thomas Demps. son of the

pastor to bring a male group from

Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency Bethune-Cookman College, since...

he is the director of vocal music K't

Phone 285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. there.. Thomas Demps Is also an r 'y. >_...",,"c ''''' $ '''W" t '
outstanding tenor soloist.

Allen Chapel A.M.E., Church,
SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE Rev; John Groover, will hoi : -. l l.0.

regular services on Sunday, July ..". -= "w !
I 17, commencing with Sunda <

School at 10 a.m.. Supt. H. Wi-

hams in charge.. The Missionary r .r i
Society will sponsor a Tom k-
: :

FAR MERS S SUP PLY Thumb president started Wedding E. on Givens.Tuesday according The rehearsal at the to- -!

church. She will be assisted by .

A. R. JOHNSON Johnson.members Irene Thomas and Ozora v) r, Yc'

This wedding is being sponsored % A

FEEDS to raise the assessment for the w Y' '

Sunday School Convention, which

will begin on Wednesday, July 2',
at Lake Butler. THE NEW I9J-HORSETOWER MONTCtAIR HARDTOP COUPE, shown above, is one of Mercury's 11 models, ix i'3 series.There is a Mercury priced to fit any budget. GHAs >,

GROCERIES Reno Theatre ...
The weekend feature will be

I "The Baby Ruth Story." Persons Mercury: sales cash outlay down
go goes -
p FERTILIZERSPhone who are lovers of baseball will be upyour
I thrilled with this picture. Th THE BIG MOVE IS TO MERCURY

new management promises you out' miss the biggest summer savings yet --
51-W .
Cora Cherry & Tenth Sts. is c
good sound effects and very good Mercury setting new V

pictures. :Make a date to go t sales records every month. 8t
the Reno movie Friday or Satur YOU SAVE 4 WAYS with Mercury sales still booming AND LOOK WHAT YOU GET Exclusive styling More than 2,000,000 Merciirys'

For more POULTRY PROFIT day night of this week and every ,we can offer top allowance for your present car. shared by no other car. 11 models in 3 series to have been bought since 1946.1 [, 5-$ .

I week during the summer. Mercury prices start below 13 models in the low choose from. A bigger-all-over Mercury-in length,

\ Adult Classes price field-so and wheel base. A 9
you save again. Mercury's operat.idth new super-compression

feed I be Classes held each in adult education wil 1 ing economy and low upkeep save you still more. SUPEB-TOBQUE V-8 engine-198 horsepower in the $ 1' \\

Tuesday and Thursday And remember Mercury[ consistently leads its field Mercury Montclair (shown above); 183 horsepower
I night from 7. to 10. Th
RBD.RDSB Lawtey class will be taught by in resale value-as independent surveys show. in the Mercury Custom and Monterey. Plus H Vt I

I A. B. Anderson, while the RJ.E. many extra-value features at no extra cost! To /it S I S .
80sed ,
M o conporuM of owfocfuws o/jgesW U or factory refoif price; I
Every Red Rose Poultry Feed Wateroak, Lincoln City and mug a M rcurjr Custom 2-door Sedan(not iHmfrnW/ ). save the most, act now. Stop in today! Saidtetonho loowbat !
I Hampton adults will be Mrcury, M a nod kal 1 I
iC is flock-tested, scientifically taugh neoAr hcrtottd ttn not' I
at RJ.E. by Supervisor Johnson
L e compounded and balanced to The registration fee is $2 for the 11MISS&I

H give your flock all the) nutrient entire term, which should be, pai IT PAYS TO OWN !

I -4 i they need for vigorous growth in full this week. Material for Am'ERURYFORFUTURESTYQr@ .'" i

Y. And production. instructional purposes will be pur \ j
chased with these fees. Each ,
+ Start feeding for
person will buy and keep their
'e poultry! profit -get Red Rosa own books. A good dictionaryand :

.' Poultry Feeds for your sack.L encyclopedia should be among; McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS .

the first books you buy. We need

"': '- :': :::.;:' -_:- : ._' ': ..' '::,.- ':.."', ," -: <::'-'':'.. -:::-::., ': I more adults. ENROLL TONIGHT! I I Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, .Fla.I ,:



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At The TabernacleComing Priest who spent much of the f r !
SERVICE MEN Four GuardsmenLeave time overseas in the Pacific

soon to the Fundamental Theatre, and Sgt. John L. Griffis, : '--
Gospel Tabernacle will be 1'ev. who spent many months in j".B;; j---Jt:: ; ijr-r-_=.- : If i
VI CHURCHES W. T. Allen, Maritime Directorof For CampFour Europe. --. -- -- -'---- ::':=-:-:,- i
the International Christian Both were in the Guard, then t it,
Mission of Nova Scotia, Canada. members Of the National .I applied for 24 months of active
Dates will be announced later. Guard unit in Starke left recentlyfor duty as non-commissioned officers. Z I!
Mrs. Florence Hippie and Mrs. After completion of this tour. r !
eight weeks of basic Army r 1t I
Presbyterian Church Christian Vacation Mae Wood will be missed
greatly combat training at Fort Jackson, they have been assigned to the !
Bible School from the services during the next S. C. local Guard for completion of
Sat., Adult Choir Practice, OpensThe i
two months. They left :Monday their three year enlistmentThe i
3 p.m.Sunday Attending the session are Pvts. t
Sunday School at 9:45 vacation Bible School of. afternoon for their summer vacation Henry O. Lawson, Albert K. Stafford Company started again its I !,
, a.m.. Morning Worship "After- the First Christian Church will which they will spend with Louie L. Starling and HiramF. weekly drills last Monday night, i!
Thoughts on Independence" at begin Monday at 9 a.m. relatives and friends in California. Wasdin. July 11. At the drill on July 18 .
All children and it will have its annual
11 a.m.. Union young After inventory
Evening Worship XEW completion of the combat
Service In First Presbyterian invited. Refreshments will training, the Guardsmen will be conducted by a representative of
be served each day by the ladiesof STAGES HOMECOMING: the Adjutant General's office.
Church at 8 p.m. with sermon by Arley W. McRae, son of :Mr. placed on orders for a return to I
Women's Council of the
Rev. J. E. Sherwood. the The New River Baptist Church their home station at Starke. The unit will leave for camp in i
and Mrs. J. W. McRae of Starke
Tuesday, Summer meeting of Church. is at Ellington Air Force. Base, will stage its annual HomecomingJuly These four, along with about 50 August with advance detach- Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? !
Suwannee Presbytery at the First Capable teachers will be presentto Houston, Tex., for a four-weeks 17.Buddy. other Florida Guardsmen, are the ments leaving on August 11 and !
Presbyterian Church in Gaines teach each child. The nursery Reserve Officers first to attend such a course for'the main body on The in the middle right?
Training Corps following one Right. That I
will be W. C. Colson
ville at 10 a.m.Wednesday open. I members of reserve components.The .
superintendent of the school will (ROTC) summer encampmentwhich Cottle KilledIn August 13. The unit will travel I smirking smile is the
tip-off. We
Prayer Meeting began on June,, 19. program was recently approved smug, I
and study of Psalms 6-10 at 7:30 be assisted by Pastor Sherwood. Georgia AccidentBuddy and put into effect by the by bus to Jacksonville then depart -, have the "
Along with approximately 200 federal government. by train for Fort McClellanin exactly buy at exactly the price

p.m.Thursday, annual Sunday Hi-Way Chapel I from fellow reserve officer trainees Cottle, 21, son of :Mr. Recently joining the local Guard Alabama.The that will send you home as happy as the
colleges and universities and Mrs. David Cottle Route 1,
School of unit two unit has three vacancies.
picnic at were I
Montgomery Conference former members
Assembly of God throughout the country, he will Starke, was one of two persons who chronic worrier who has just learned that
Center on Crystal Lake recently returned from Interested are invited to
Chester Roberson, Pastor
at 6:30 p.m."TICKOFF". I be various given intensive training in killed July 2 .in an automobile months of active duty. 24I I investigate at the Armory at any the hydrogen bomb is no more dangerousthan
Air Force technical and collision five miles south of Wood- I
Sunday: Sunday School 10 am., I They are SFC Granvil D. ''time.
a class for every age; \\'orshipI I administrative duties. bine, Gr.Sheriff. a hiccup. We specialize in making our

Hour 11 a.m.; Evangelistic Hour. Classroom instruction and actual W. E. Smith of Camden customers happy.
8 p.m. ', observance of field operations County listed the other casualtyas

SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY!NEW Service Tuesday, 8,p.m.Thursday mid-week. Preaching. flying;, along will be with a part orientation of his train in' of Tampa.Mrs. Haulie Knight Cook, 71,| JOHNSON, MOTORS Come in for a Treatment

+Give your dog a capsule! ing program. He said it appeared the car
:Missionary Preartiing -
Rid him of Fleas IS Ticks! Upon completion Of training he driven by Mrs. Cook veered SAFETVSEBVICEKOCH'S
Service 8 p.m. will return to the University of SEE TilE COMPLETE: LINE AT
Children's story and across the road in front of the a
recreation hour, 3 p.m. on-coming car driven by young DRUG STORE
Warrant Officer Homer L. Cottle. Both were killed instant STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
|Eggleston, son of A. F. Eggleston ly. There were no other occupants ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
"Every Visitor An Honored Guest"FIRST
in either
of Raiford is a member of the car.
BAPTIST CHURCH 11th Armored Cavalry Regimentat Oxley Mortuary of Fernandina PHONES 45 AND 333I
Fort Knox, Ky. Beach \va.j in charge of preliminary -
HAMPTON. FLA. Eggleston is a maintenance of- arrangements. Jones Funeral .
Sunday School 10 A.M. Don E. Hill, Supt. I ficer with the regiment's 2d Bat Home in Starke said final rites I I I :: :: :
Union Director talion. His wife Edith were conducted for young Cottlein ---
Training 7 P.M. Edward Saxon, I lives in -
Louisville, Ky. The warrant officer Georgia. j
David Cottle is timber
is a veteran of 18 years of a opera
HEAR THESE SERMONS ON JULY 17 Army service. tor with interests both in Starke tI

11 A.M.-"When God's People Get Together" and Woodbine. I I WINTER'S
Claude J. Johns Jr., son Of Mr.
8 P.lI."The\ Slaughter of Five Kings"SPECIAL
and :Mrs. Claude J. Johns of Armory Board Plans
MUSIC AT BOTH SERVICES Starke, is attending the Air Fores Brings to Starkethe
ROTC summer training unit at I I,Fencing Of Blanding

MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. I I I
-' .
:!' -- :- -.;;.;; _."-. Cadet Johns, who completed his Piece-meal fencing of the Camp finest freezer and food plan by
Blanding reservation will be start
junior year in advanced AFROTC,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE is attending a 4-week summer t'dithin the next two months, Am
to the State
according Armory
training period as a part of his ana
Reserve officer training at college. Board's quartermaster, Col. Ralph
Following the completion of
summer camp, he will be eligiblefor Cooper said it was financially
. REV.) LEWIS D. HAINES. PastorJefferson appointment as a second lieutenant impossible to fence the 70,000 acre EAT BETTER PAY LESS
at is the Board'sintention
S in the Air Force Reserves.He area once. It '
and Court Streets In The Heart of Town is a graduate of the University to fence a mile or so at ..
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 of North Carolina. a time. Regular hog fence will -"x-: -

A-2c Charles L. Jenkins of the be Cooper used. said the fencing. is necessary i W: !. YOUR PAYMENT FOR THE

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. U. S. Air Force from Lowry AFBin because of Armory Board Ii

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Denver, Colo., is spending a 14 plans to work the area for forest .
day leave with his parents, :Mr. products. He said fire lanes and I FREEZER PLUS THE FOOD
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. and Mrs. Charles A. Jenkins of other protective features also are
Starke. planned.The .
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Jenkins is a 1954 Bradford High quartermaster: is stationedat eeB IS NO MORE
11 a.m.. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. graduate. He will report to Armory Board headquarters in YOU

Bergstrom AFB at Austin, Tex., St. Augustine, but he is in this
- < --- .- -- .. .-. on July 16, for further orders. area vacation.. .
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PARE TE.'iNo FRIDAY., JTI.V .is.. 19SS
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(Millage Levied Last Year 5.28 Estimated This Year 7). Deposits of States and political once each week for four consecutive .. 195S; otherwise the allegations of I graph.

New Tax Levy Seen For CountyContinued Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund I Other deposits subdivision(certifiedand 721,400.11 Telegraph.week In the Bradford County i said teased Complaint by you. wm be taken as conDated this 13 day of July )195;;.

Estimated Expenses Last Year This Year officers' checks Dated this 11 day of July, 1955 This notice shall be (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. "arb'
etc.) 17963.11 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charies A. Darby published 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Salary of Road Superintendent 3164.10 3,424.10 TOTAL DEPOSITS 3,2:3,429.26 Clerk of the Circuit Court once weeks each In the week Bradford for four consecutln : ey Mania 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk

( from Page One) Salary Road Maintenance Crew 25,324.00Maintenance 26,444.00 Other liabilities 41,000.42 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 4/15 4t Clerk S a I County Tell" -- i 13 41 S -

TENTATIVE BUDGET County Road Buildings 300.00 600.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES -=
(not including subordinated
Of Estimated Revenue. Receipts, and Expenditures Repair & Upkeep County Road Equipment 10,000.00 11000.00 obligationsshown Circuit Court. Bradford County
Report. below) 3,264.429.63 Floridai I. Cbaacrry. Sell It Rent ft
Trade It
Of Bradford County For The Fiscal Year 1953-1936 .Rent of Equipment 500.00 500.00 Arnold Irving Rowe. plaintiff. \s :

General Fund Gasoline, Fuel Oil & Lubricants 7,000.00 7,500.00 Capital Accounts Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, Defend
Capital 50.000,00 ant. Case No. 19-10S6
Estimated Receipts Last Year This Year Other Road Supplies 500.00 600.00 Surplus 225,600.00 .Notlet To Appear.To : ll A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Insurance Undivided profits 15,449.53 : Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, I
Taxes ((7.71 Mills) on assessed valuation: 2,000.00Timber Reserves (and retirement whose residence and address IS. Unknown -
& Other Material3 and whose last known address II Low Rates Good Results
of 5080389.00 39169.79 Bridge 5,000.00 5,000.00 account for preferred 1 I fiasy To Place
capital was: 115est Seventh, Jacksonville -
Railroad & Telegraph Licenses 500.00 600.00 Purchase of Right-of-way Proposed Roads 750.00 750.00 74.004.3J Florida. I !0 WORDS OR LESS ONE LNSERTIOTT 5 ,

Racing Monies 18,750.00 43,000.00 Expenses of Procuring Right-of-Way 1,000.00 3,500.00 COUNTS TOTAL CAPIL AC- 364.433.88 :suit You for are hereby notified that a j EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2oniscorT

Insurance Agents Licenses 540.00 600.00 Beautification of Highways 1500.00 TOTAL LIABILITIESAND I Divorcehas OF is PER CENT o\ TWO OR MORE iSERTinv2S !

39,512.88 Purchase of New Equipment been filed against you In the I .
Taxes. 7.11 Mills on 5557366.00 10,565.78 10,305.00 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS above named Court and cause and : ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS XOT PAID IV ADVANCE

Candidates Filing Fees 2620.00 Road Tax Due & Payable to Municipalities 6,500.00 7300.00 :',62SS83.54 'you are required to serve a copy of
+This bank's capital con- FOR RENT-Five room unfurnished OK
Occupational Licenses 1000.00 1600.00 Payment of Outstanding Indebtednes3 3,500.00 sists of: !plaint your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the com I house. Mrs. L. l.:. Morgan, :$: r. feet REXT-4.eoo of floor spa('"or !All?>,,.r squar.:I'al"uitable "
Common stock with total Rt. 2. Lr 57. Starke
H E, lip $ for .
500.00 600.00 Nichols S09: Guaranty Life apartat. of ,,r
Beverage Licenses .. par value of $J50.000 I Building, Jacksonville. Florida, I storage \viij remodel
Excess Fees I 'w.>.>rf-.,- 300.00 500.00 total Appropriations : $72,553.83 $83,923.10 I I 1 and file the original In the office of LaKEFRONT Cottage for rent ac- Starke.tl'nant11',.. A. Z. Adkm, n6 suit
300.00 700.00 Reserve for Contingencies 479.35 248.39 Memoranda I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on c-ummodate nine people. W. S. : tf.hs
Excess Fees : < \ Assets pledged or assigned or before the 15 day of August. :Sibley: Silver Lake. Phone 3S53: FOR
300.00 750.00 ;; ._ to secure liabilities I i Keystone Height-- ltp REXT-Purnuhed two bedroom
Excess Fees : -and--- .fr\f-.' nttiAi----.* .mi.._..rtstcAc.._ .1.110..v.vvv.v CC1 Aft .I modern home to cuuple tel-
Excess Fees 300.00 500.00 Total Budget .', '},. $73,033.23 $84,171.49 FOR REXT-Furnished cottage on l'\'i"j..n' telephone and deep freeze
Amount Tar State-' I, S. L. Peek Jr., President of the Kingsley Lake. Mrs. E. J. Dunlin at h'o.r fa"iho edge of ton
950.00 Payable by Collector to Treasurer '
Excess Fees : 350.00 for Health Unit above named bank, do solemnly ELECTRICALCONTRACTING *. Sr. Phone 11S-J. Itchg .l. t. 16. P'* RdSeti mt' ther.
t. 240.00 240.00 Estimate of Receipts ". Last Year This Year swear that the above statement 1'1 __. .nJat! noon tinu-. 11th
Rents true and that it fully and correctly WANTED-Fi\e beef type heifers.
Other Revenue Receipts ., 775.00 1,000.00 Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. represents the true state of the One bull calf Notify Fred Miller. FOR SALE-Three C'w> and tw
several matters herein contained lit. 1. Box 2SS-A. Starke. lip 'earlingo. reasonable. .
154.02 Billy Finei'
Transfer from I. & S. Fund 547.33 14.75 Florida Statutes 1.26 Mills Assessed and set forth to the best of my HOME ___ Ralfurd, Fla. 111
on 508038900. knowledge and belief. FOR SALE-Chihuahua puppies.
Call after 5 o'clock. Ben Mizell. CAXNI.VO
$93,187.63 Levy for Health Unit under Sec Correct-Attest S. I... Huff. nand good
Total Estimated Receipts. 63572.12 I. : Peek Jr. Phone ItJ Up 'U5 per hamper
50 Ib<<. Drive
Less 5 Per Cent 3,178.60 4659.38 154.02 Fl rida Statutes 1.14 Mills'Assessedon Harold R. F. Bartlett C. Wall SMALL APPLIANCES WILL BABY SIT Day or Night State Market one mile on 301 pass turn Farmers east-

$5,557,366.00 I' ;Ernest J. Snead Leonhard Apt. No. 2, North Cherry at Joe Xoegel's Grill tint drive
,. 6,335.40 Directors. REPAIRED St lip way over Seaboard RR_ Ztp ,1
95 Per Cent Estimated Receipts, 60393.52 88,528.25 of Florida, FOR
County of Bradford. S3: FOR RENT-Five room unfurnished S.\LE-Fh'lr Worms
All Work $1.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 2500.00 Total Estimated' Receipts $6,321.24 $6,335.40 Sworn to and subscribed before tnf Guaranteed house Two miles out on old 100 Day or eight.X ext door per
$62,893.52 $88,528.25 I Less 5 Per Cent 316.06 this 12th day of July 1955 and Reasonable PricesPHONE l.Yownlee Rd. 5!. L. Lawson _to Mike Klonde lipOR
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances t 316.70. I hereby certify that I am not an Phone 184. ltchg -
I officer or director of this bank. S F 8ALE-n ft \ "tur Dry Box,
(SEAL) Helen E. Glasgow Notary FOR SALE Hotpolnt electric 20 Y. G. E. Compress
(Millage,Levied Last Year 7.71. Estimated This Year, 7,11)) 95 Per Cent: of Estimated; Receipts 6,005.18 6,018.70 Public. State of Florida at large. 277-J range $100. Excellent condition.Mrs. cirCUlating tan with counter built top.hi

a My commission expires. February' 4, 125 Washington St. Jimmy Crosby phone 275-J. Wbisp..ringPinl'!!. Stark-, ..ite.
Generalund 1. 1956. Up -
: Total Estimated Receipts and Balances $6,005.18 Bonded by the American Surety Co. FOR SALE-<-One It case drink 4
$6,018.70 box
Estimated Expenses: : : pf N. Y. I EXPERIENCE Waitress wanted one It''trlr juke bux
(Millage Levied Last Year 1.26 Estimated This Year MOENCHElectrical '. Also -
Salaries of County Commissioners 6000.00 6000.00 I 1.14J' Apply Lazy Susan Restaurant one Hotpoint eleetri,

Salary Cleric Board of County. Commissioners 1,800.00 1,800.00 Amount Payable by Tax Collector to State",Treasurer: for'Health Unit: I I* Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County I Keystone Heights. Itchg Apply range Lakl' Stars practically and Stripes he\\., Kingsley$150.00
of Registration 900.00 900.00' Estimated!! Expenses Last Year, This Yar Florida In ('lIant'er,. ServiceAND FOR SALE-Young Dapple gray 3tp 7'29
stallion. Reasonable. See J. E.
Attorney to Board 25.00, 25.00 Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. Charles Theresa Franklin Cagney.Cagney Plaintiff Defend... CONTRACTING Wall. 713 R, Laura St. lipXEAT. FOR REXT-t'nfuinished two bedroom .

48.00 48.00 I 154.02 Florida Statutes 1.26 Mills Assessed 6005.18" ant. Case No. 10-1080 Screened apartments.:*" water heater. -
Sheriffs Attendance Per Diem \utlre To AppearTo I CLEAN elderly widower porch Adulto only

Administrative Fees of Clerk Circuit Court 800.00 1,000.00 Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. ?' ... : Charles Franklin Cagney. I wishes Permanent.nice. Have congenial home. Phone 113-W, Mrs R. F. Young:
whose residence and address is 1606 my own car. lip
Office of Tax Assessor 5,500.00 6,757.00 I 154.02 Florida Statutes 1.14 Mills'Assessed 6,018.7) 17th Street. Wa.-hington. D. C. Will pay well for right place. Ad- FOR
You are hereby notified that a dress: R. R S.. Box 823 Starke, bushel SALE-Pineapple pears $1 ,
Office of Tax Assessor 5,500.00 6,757.50 < .. cult for ChiropracticWhen Fla Itp on trees. One mile west of
Coroners InquestMaintenance 200.00 200.00 I Total Appropriations $6,005.18 6018.70 Divorcehas gradf' Ira Andreu on Old, nt.Lake 2, Box Butler 244.
been filed against in the i
& Repairs County Courthouse above named Court and cause and people are restored!! to GOOD USED 2tp 7:23:

& Annex 2,500.00 3,000.00) Total Budget $6,005.18 $6,018.70The you are required to serve' a copy of health through Chiropracticthey TIRESSEYMOUR'S FOR SALE-Cream Jersey milk
your answer or pleading to the cow three
Salary of Janitor 2,385.00 2,645.00) above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Tentative plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney com often think a miracle has old calt. years Milking old gal with month

Board as adopted July llth 1955 in a Special Meeting of the Hans G. Taenzler. Jr., 109 Law 66 James T Wainwright per day
Courthouse & Annex Utilities Expenses 1.200,00' 1,400.00() Exchange Building Jacksonville, been performed. Actually the Wainwrights Farm at T. I.

Courthouse & Annex Fuel Expenses. 900.00 1,200.00() ,Board of County Commissioners Bradford County. and Florida.file the original In the office of Chiropractor just removed the SERVICE STATIONFOR Lawtey "eh* )

Expenses of Election 1000.00 3.100.00( (OFFICIAL SEAL) CHARLES A. DARBY the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or pressure along the spinal nerves
before the 15 day of August, 1955 RENT-Furnished and
: unfur
Legal Advertising 600.00 1.000.00() Clerk to the Board of County otherwise the allegations of said thus permitting each organ to nished apartments. Also cottage.

Administrative Supplies & Expenses 3,000.00 3,500.00( Commissioners, Bradford County.H. Complaint by you.will be' taken as confessed work normally as the Creator in.Excellent.W. II. desirable Xollman, location.201 W. Madi close

Insurance 1.200,00 1,500.00( A. Bishop, Jr., ChairmanThe This notice shall be published intended it should. son. tfch&

Salaries of Circuit Court Judges 417.12 417.12 Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County will meet
,. 4 This solution to health prob- FOR SALE-New S x S x 16 Con
Secretaries to Circuit'Court Judges 561.82 575.00 on August 1st, 1955 at 10:00 o'clock AJrt. for the purpose of hearing crete block ISc Cement $1.40 I
lems many times seems too per bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 u I
Salary of State Attorneys 347.64 347.6-1 requests and complaints regarding the 1955:1956 Budgets, and from Now Open bag. Bradford Engineering per Co.
simple to believe yet the fact
Welfare Department Appropriation 4200.00 4,500.00 day to day thereafter if it deems It necessary. phone 94. Starke., tf Evinrude Motors
remains it does restore and I
General Welfare 600.00 900.00

Tuberculosi.s Patients in State Sanatorium 2,400.00 3,500.00 Starke RR Signals Band Participation SMITTY'SBARBER cases maintain where health everything in hundreds has of BILL SOTO Parts -- Service

Library Hospital Appropriation Expenses for Indigents 5.080,39 000.00 10200.00 300.00 Snarled By StormIt Explained To Group SHOPCourt failed. SIGN SHOPOne Zimmel Runabouts

Salary & Expenses County Service Officer 1,000.00 2,000.00 was a thunderstorm which M. C. Thompson, new BHSbandinaster BOLLINGER Mile South

County Agent Salary & Expenses 3,600.00 3,600.00 aused: Starke's new railroad barriers was guest speaker Street Opposite On Keystone FRED'S!

Home Demonstration Agent Salary & Expenses 2400.00 2450.00 to pull those bloopers Sunday at the monthly meeting of the Court House CHIROPRACTIC Highway MARINE

Demonstration & IlluStration Material 300.00 400.00 night. Bradford County Children's' Committee S CLINIC All Types SignsFOR CENTER

4.H ,Club Camp (Girls) & State Short Course 150.00 200.00 The gates malfunctioned twice at noon Tuesday. YOUR PATRONAGE V
unday> with observers described 2 blocks north of Post Office Temple & Pratt
some saying Thompson .the important St
4-H Club Camp (Boys) & State Short Course 150.O0 200.00 WILL BE GREATLY LEASE-New. Modern Sinclair rke
Forest Farmer 1,640.00 1,640.00 L they tied up traffic an houror part that participation in APPRECIATED In Starke Service Station at a very desirable
location on North Temple Ave. in
'R1bllcity & Public Improvement 1,100.00 1. ..oOPaYl11en so. t the band program plays in building Phone 103 City of Starke. Will be completed L GL"ARA."lTEED lea Used Mens hd Lad.
X. M. Smith, agent )r the Seaboard character and the physical by Aug. 1st. Phone 124 or 322-J. \\'atches. U down $1 a. Week
Office hours dally except Thurs. : at Dahmera
:ot.-Outstanding Indebtedness 10355.00 Airline. Railroad, said tfchg tfchg
an well-being of the student. D. H. 'SMITHOwner ,
Courthouse 1& Annex Capital Expense 500.00 900.00s electrical storm kicked off theystem's 9to12 1:30to5:30 FOR S.LEon'ery easy terms RUBBER STAMPS made

Equipment-tor Assessor's Office 1,727.44 breaker. The trouble I Evenings and Thursday modern three bedroom house, rebuilt daten, numberers notary to order"al",;
& Operator and redecorated. On Ed. facsimile
by appointment stamps Bradford
Equipment for Assessor's Office \ '1,729.(4 1,729.44 was remedied quickly the first W. C. T. U. wards Loop. See W. H. Nollman, Telegraph. COplltT tfZ

time. I. _.. __ / I Starke. tfchg
But it happened again and the i FOR SALE 2 Aluminum cool-vent STATE BANK _
Total $62,60Ul $88,217.20 V KEY.
railroad's electrician had taken awnings. $3 each. Bradford County HEIGHTS, FLA, MEM
Reserve for Contingencies 289.11 311.05 TIME AT TilE EXPENSE OF Telegraph. tf: BER FDIC.
off to make repairs at Hawthorne.
systemwas NATIONAL VOICE) .: Direct from owner, choice real GOOD
Total Budget $62,893.52 $88,528.25Fine
not cleared up until another REPAIRING j etate 15,000 up. What have

and Forfeiture Fund expert arrived from Baldwin. la Circuit: c!,grt, Bradford Loaatr. WATCH( you)Motels to sell Trailer? Business.Courts. Homes Apart. TIRESSEYMOUR'S

,Estimate of Reeeipts Last Year This Year The Seaboard's complicated and Florida !. Chanrery. .. ments, Hotels. Ranches. Acreage
Valuation automatic barrier system a de- Miner vs. Annie Peyton Laura Roberson.Wilson. Roberson.Plaintiff We Put It In Perfect Running Order It Must Be Subdivisions etc. Give price, location 66
Taxes ((3 Mills: ) on Assessed of description. R. Richie,
:5ded: improvement over the oldlinker Defendant. Case Xo. 10-1088 Clean To Be Accurate When It Goes On A Rampage ... 1S28 Fig. St, Kenner, La. SERVICE STATION
5080389.00 15,2U.16 Order Of Pabllratlon And Notice To .
bRacing and bells was installed a Appears State Of Florida Tei See US :. Stp 7/13 _
Monies 1400.00 month ago at a cost of $100,000. Annie Laura Wilson Roberson, ..
Confiscated Automotive Equipment 750.90 2,100.00 whose residence and: address Is ..
504Vi! Oak Street. Eastman. Georgia. j I .. Electric Motors LET J. D. ODON. JR

Taxes 2 :Mills: on $5,557,366.00.. 11114.72 Bradford Properties You are required to appear on Ladies and Gents Nationally Advertised : CATTLE HANDLE AND TOUR
August 15, 195S.; in the above named AND SALES _
Fines & Forfeitures 20000.00 25,350.00Other
\ To Be Auctioned Off Court 2nd cause wherein plaintiff SERVICEDGeneral Live Oik EUeh, Wednendar
seeks divorce.
Revenue Receipts T 300.00 200.00 WATCHESWILLIAM'S Gainesville Each Friday
Bradrora county Telegraph shall

.v Three pieces of Bradford County publish Issues.this Order In next tourweekly I : Machine Work U

Total Estimated Receipts $36,291.16 $40,16-1.72 property will be sold at public Witness my hand and official seal All Work Guaranteed FOR SALE

Less Five Per Cent. l,8U.55 2,008.23 auction this month, by Hans- at Starke. Florida, this July 13. JEWELRY
Reasonable! Rates
brough National Realty & Auction (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : SLAG ROCK

95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 34,476.61 38,156.49 Company of Orlando. !' By Marian L. Crosby As Clerk Deputy of said Court Clerk : 151 W. Call St. Phone 375 RED SEAL

Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 1,400.00 Offered for sale will be the Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building Starke, Fla. Excellent for Drivewaysand
I Jacksonville, Florida.
following: :
Floral Motel; eight furnished '
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 35876.61 $38,156.49 SHOPF.
units; located on Highway 301 REPORT OP CONDITION OF THE $3.00 Per Yard
(Millage Levied Last Year 3. Estimated This Year 2)). two mile3 north of "FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE" W. ORAUDON ,
; owners, OP STARKE IN' THE STATE OP. In 5 Yard Lets
FIne and Forfeiture Fund Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fox. Auction FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE! OPBl ,. A BONDED REPRESENTATIVEof Owner Manager

Estimated Expenses July 18.Private. SINKS! OJINE.u..te 30, 1935. the Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 Call 1 C

Salary of Juvenile Judge 300.00 300.00' home; corner Cherryand Cash balances with other Starke }1. I BILLY JACKSON
banks Ineludlng'l'e..n.
Salary of Juvenile Counselor 1000.00 1,000.00' 8th Sts.; owners,' Mr. and balances and cash items' Singer Sewing Machine Company -

Mrs. Fred Leonhard. Auction July r in process of'collection 423,611.35 FOR SALE-Battery Brooder holds Phone 165
Salary of County Prosecuting Attorney 300.00 300.00' 19. United States GoYernment ;is in theSTARKE % 45 chicks. Two fried size. R. A. ,

Jailor, County Jail 2,400.00 2400.00' obligations direct and ," I'iettles.Rt.-i.jn'.f1'ont !of.Pelican R.1DIO9 BCPAJBED
Pinehurst Tourist Court; grocery guaranteed 2153114.50 AREA Club. 2tp"7/15 .( .v 't.
Impounding Appropriation 1200.00 500.00' Obligations of States and "All Hake. -" AJttM.4e1.
& apartment; on Highway political subdivisions 250.078.53 ..... ... .
Fees & Cost of Clerk Circuit Court 1000.00 1,000.00 I 100 inside south limits Loans and discounts (Including -_ EACH IF YOU NEED any yard work or ckarre. ruCHAS. ...ted
city ; owner landscaping done. See Edward C. SHEPHERD I
Fees & Costs of County .ludge 5,000.00 5,500.00 I Mrs. Anna Albrecht. Auction I drafts) $180.98 over- 770,584.05 TUESDAY and THURSDAY Jones. last house on dirt road X* W. Call it. Itarfc ft. .I

Fees & Costs of County Sheriff 11,500.00 12000.00 I July 20. Bank premises owned $6.- street by Bid Dad Plant. 4tp 7/29 POWER MOWERS For R.t and
73S,2!, furniture and for
Bailiffs & Deputies 500.00 500.00 All properties will be- open for I fixtures $7.281.51 14.019.7t UNDERWOOD NOISELESS typewriter Tiny's Sale. We Service service Station what we- aelL t

Sheriffs Commissions on Fines Collected 750.00 1000.00 I I inspection at 10 a.m. on the day Other assets 17475.35' SALES SERVICE REPAIRS $55. Bradford for sale.County Good Telegraph.condition. Ave.. Tempi ttchg 1

Youth Counselling Service 4 Expenses 735.00 735.00 of sale. The auction will beginat TOTAL ASSETS 3,623,833.54 mail below tfI
Conviction Fees of County Prosecuting Attorney 600.00 600.00, p.m.Rotarians UakllltlM - -- - - I FOR SALE-Small lot facing onRd. -

Witness Fees oo.oo 800.00 Demand deposits of Individuals SINGER SEWING lL.CIIThco.. 100 one mile South City tim DIRT LAND CLEARING
partnerships, its. N. Thorsland RFD 1, Box i
Jury Pay Roil 500.00 600.00( At Starke and corporations 1,700,733.49 403 No. Marion Street 121. Starke. Fla. 2tp '7/15 I. Oyster SheD Peat Homos

Other Court Costs &: Fees 1,000.00 1.200.00( Back Pupil ExchangeStarke Time deposits, partnerships of Individuals and- Lake City, Florida FOR SALE OR RENT-New three i Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways t,
corporation 698.904.41 Gentlemen: I bedroom home with lake frontage
Maintenance& Jail 750.00 750.0(
Repairs County
Deposits of United States on Rt. 100 near Keystone Heights.Extra .
Utilities &; Fuel Expenses County Jail 1,000.00 1,150.0( Rotarians contributed Government (Including I am In need of the following: lots with commercial value OVID LEWIS ,
$360 to the Rotary FoundationFund postal savings 84,373,14 __ .. Dr. Bollinger phone 103 Starke.
_. ....Service on my present Sewing Machine.
& Cars of
Feeding : Prisoners 4,200.00 4,200.00Law ( Itp W. Madison St. Starke

Administration & 300.00 800.00( at their meeting here Wed -- ___-__Service on my present Vacuum Cleaner PH. ,t
Supplies : SM-W
nesday, making participation for FOR RE 'T-one bedroom cottage
In.vrance 300.00 -A new Sewing Machine furnished. No children or pets. !
the Starke club 100 cent.
per Mrs. L. D. Vining phone 49. Itp A.'iTED-Graduate
Insanity Inquiries 500.00 600.00 Bill Graham talked on the NAME ___--__--_____ -- floor duty. 3 to 11 shift.Nurse Doctors for
Jail Fence 825.00( Foundation, telling how the funds Hospital tfchl'

Purchase of 2-.ay Radio Equipment for are used for exchanging students ADDRESS -_ ---- ---_------- ---- REAL ESTATE -

Sheriffs Office 561.55 with foreign countries. CITY ,_- PHONE- -.- FOR SALE Want To Sell?
Maintenance 2-way Radio & Parts 750.00 800.00 NOTICE I .

I Notice is hereby given that the 3 room house, modern ro>te>-
County Assessor! of Taxes for Frad- I I Ifur**. 3H arr. fertile I... !. List with us. Write or Call by t
Total Appropriations 35352.55 $37,860.00 ford County Florida will meet with nearby town, paied street trait New Office for details on our
of Commissioners: t treeii. and poultry bonne.S2JHM.OO .
the Board County garage
Reserve for Contingencies 52t.06 296.49 of said County in the office 'of the doia payment balance method of selling.
Clerk of Circuit Court at Starke, INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE like rent.
Florida, at 10:00 o'clock1.., ,Au- FREE LISTING AND I
Total Budget $35,876.61 $38,156.49 gust 1. A.D., 1955 for the purpose 2 bed room house> rrrrntly re- ADVERTISINGStrout
of hearing complaints and receiving door iakldr. acre land, pavrdIgbnar. I
Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund'F testimony as to the value of any Three mile ef Starke. !.
.tlD1ate of Receipts property. real. personal. or intangible I Priced right with terms. Realty
personal as fixed by the said t
Taxes (5.28 Mills on Assessed Valuation County Assessor of Taxes! on his "CAN WE EAT OUT DEAR? Three apartment houses la JOHNIE HANSEN, Rep.
Assessment Rolls for the year 1955 Starke. Fated ntreeU and well
of 5080389.00 26.82U5 and for the purpose of perfecting, THE SINK IS STOPPED UP sHunted, priced reaiwtnably. I, 5 Miles South of Starke on 301 1

Gasoline Tax 21,000.00 33,000.00' receding and equalizing such as %GAIN"Men RADIO 1I
sessments. The County Assessor of Fifteen new home to be built P. O. Box 307, Starke Ha. !I
Racing MorJes 21,250.00 10,200.00 Taxes and the Board of County: in our town In ('.It \e. 2, Saratoga Height,
Commissioners continue in Starke'a Benext development. Reerte -
may session AND i
Taxes 7 Mills on 5557366.00 33,901.56 from day to day for one weekor L Don't need persuasion I .. jour house now pay later. -
\',\ and Fill financing available. FOR SALE-Three building lots on
Other Revenue as long as necessary.
Receipts 750.00 6,500.00Total All persons owning property subject They dine their wives TELEVISIONSales For these and ether bargain la IManding Road. % mile from City \
to assessment in Bradford On : real entate see or rail: Limits. FOR REXT-Four room
occasion.GUIDON .
any furnished cottage. Shady lawn,
notified ZENITH 17"
Florida are to
Estimated Receipts $75,82U5 $88.601.56 County ap .95 enclosed porches, electric kitchen
pear at such meeting. or meetings, I. A. J. THOMAS
Evanston T1814R Adults. Mrs. L. M.. Clark. Rt.
Less 5 Per Cent 3.91.221,430.07 to make such complaints or give
W. B. SEWELL or Box 440. Bessent Rd. left of
testimony as to the value of any GRILL
property, real or personal as fixed When Your TV Needs GUY.'DREWSRegl..trr. Call St bridge one mile tfchg

95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 72,033.23 84,171.4 upon by the his County Assessment Assessor rolls of as Taxes they I George Kopelousos, Owner St'nice Call 166 and Service .... Real Estate Broker DISTRIBUTOR for large morning i i

Balances. be Brought Forward: Cash 1,000.00 may desire. rrsssnsrrnsrsreflSSSSSS flSS SrSSSJSS_ ran-C newspaper route In Starke Area.
Given by order of the Board of Starke, Fla. Starke Florida 325: Temple Ate. Telephone 333Marke. Cash bond and good car required.
County Commissioners of Bradford 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Florida Write P. O. Box 205, Palatka,

Total Estimated 0 County Florida. July 5. AD., 1J55; t -' p. Fla. 2tp 7'15I
Receipts and Balances $73,033.23 $34,171.4 Charles A. Darby Clerk. I _

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