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 22, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I I Starke Council Turns Down ProposalTo Ilmenite Mining Acreages -

Purchase Spare Power Generator

The Starke City Council Tuesday refused with a 3-2 vote I Vastly Increased In Size f fEE

to augment electrical expansion program by buying up

spare parts for its new generators1. I

The Council had before it an of- I
I DuPont
Best Bidder On
fer to bid on a generator, a com- I I Leasing

plicated switch system, and a dis- ALL WET I i I

assembled diesel engine. The en- Mineral-Rich LandsThe
Starke garbage collection is 1
gine has been damaged and needs
all wet!

repairs.The That's just the trouble. It's heavy mineral mining rights of E.I. DuPont de

offer was from New Bern, so wet that the garbagemencan't rsemours in the Camp Blanding vicinity have almost tripled
N. C., from which the City'alreadyhas
electrical load it on trucks. 1 I in area and now embrace 18,000 acres
purchased five of the -
Flames fed by oil and grease, gasoline and paints raged through units. This was the complaint of O. L. At the same time, DuPont's royalty payments for the

l'ie\uome' Paint and Body Works (n Starke Friday, eating their way Councilmen W. T. Jackson and C. Geiger, la charge of City 3IF I privilege of mining have more than doubled.

through a 115,000 Investment in building, equipment and supplies. Two George Kopelousos maintained garbage collection, as he appeared I These developments
before the City Council I I were re-
vehicles, a truck and an automobile, also were consumed by flames. I that, while the city would have no last Tuesday.He ir I Map At Left vealed this week in documents

use for the damaged block, the said about 90 per cent of filed with the Clay County clerkof
accessories were well worth mak- Map at left shows the termendous the circuit court.
residents have They were
no tops on gar-
ing a bid. bage cans and the rains fill L increase' in acreage recently leased confirmed and spelled out in detail -

Want To Bid them to the brim. Many use 55 rLIt to E. I. DuPont de Xemours for by Col. Ralph W. Cooper Jr.

They sought to send a represen- gallon drums, which makes the : mining of ilminite and other of St. Augustine, quartermasterfor

Fire tative to New Bern with authori- situation even worse. [ 1 heavy minerals. The acreage the State Armory Board.

zation to bid up to $10,000 on the The Council discussed the under lease was increased roughly In brief, DuPont's mining area

I equipment. Their view was supported -1 I I, problem at length. Members from 7,000 to 18,000. The origi has increased from 7,000 to 18,000

by Riley Wasdin, Starke agreed there's a limit to H20 nal lease (shaded area near bottom acres. Royalties paid by DuPont

power plant superintendent.They the City can handle.In ." ..', of map), executed with the Tiave h increased from 30 cents to

Flames Fed By Combustibles Race Rapidly said a generator cost $10- informal action, Councilmen State Armory Board In 1947, consisted -' 65 cents per gross ton of mineral

000 new. If one burns out, as they ((1)) requested home ownersto of 3,800 acres and was Royalty Doubled
Through Newsomes Auto Work do about every six years, repairs secure cans with tops and I f" : used in development of the Trail DuPont has been paying the

will cost $5,000. Wasdin said, "If ((2) asked business houses to 7- Ridge plant. The Delaware company Armory Board about $40,000 a

Hungry flames fed by paints, gasoline, oil and other I the price is right, it will be worth permit garbagemen to punch then acquired mineral rightsto year under the old royalty sche

while." holes in bottoms of drums. a second area of 3,200 acres dule. The new scale will bring in
combustibles raged unchecked through Newsome's Paint ':-- :;
i Jackson; who made the motion Otherwise, said Councilmen, rv ..'.,. .> (shaded area top of map) for the over $$80,000 a year.
and Body Works last Friday totally destroying the $15,000
to bid on the equipment, said he.,I collectors will not be required J z Highland plant. The new lease The new agreement sweepingly -

plant and two vehicles. :thought the city could pick it upI I to pick up garbage.City's .V \ i' connects (white area in center) extends the mining area, which

Owner.Jesse. Newsome said the fire "destroyed the savingsof for $3,000 to 5000. If the dam- I ; > H is the two old holdings with 8,000 : parallels the Bradford-Clay coun-

a lifetime." :aged block 1 is of no use, he said it! acres and extend southward I ty line, from Highland on the

The fire, which was punctuated known I I could be junked and the city still I Loan Plan 2 2s LEASE (white area at bottom) with an north almost to Keystone Heightson

with minor flames additional 3,200 acres. the south.
explosions as Chief Carpenter said the flames would save money by storing the 2o

reached gasoline and paint thinner, were too fierce to overcome. 'Besides !I.extra equipment for later use. To Be ValidatedCourt There is no indication the new .

,sent a huge column' of smoke in- the combustible material, he flaxen OpposesThe agreement calls for vastly increased -

to the sky. said the building was "wide open" plan was,, opposed most validation proceedings to o Local Property mining facilities. DuPont

Efforts of firemen were futile. around eaves and doors, and plen- strongly by Councilman Lucian authorize the City of Starke to says, in effect, it will use existing

Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said ty of oxygen was available for the Hazen, who said the plant expan- float a $750,000 bond issue for 4 "Q :,;:. facilities of the Trail Ridge and
firemen primarily were concerned a Highland mines.
flames. sion as presently envisioned utility improvements will be filedin
For Auction
fire within Up
with keeping the The
No Hope is supposed to last the city 10 or Circuit Court here next week. .. l 0 ;/-; new leasing arrangementcame
bounds since it could not be ex- i
"There wasn't a thing we coulddo ,12 years. Arch Thomas Jr., City attorney, I s ( + 4 as the result of bidding, in

tinguished.Couldn't Quinch except contain the fire," he I He and Councilman James Lewis said he believed the legal aspectof ;F a rc ,'',,k'j'Jf w:ag,., Brings$50,000 which three firms showed interestin

said. "There was no hope for pointed out that spare parts the bond issue would be com- 10 f ; .0 ; leasing the vast area for strip
"All the water in the universewouldn't 4" mining.
putting it out. pleted within two months. j, '\
:were furnished with the five units .
have it out com
put ,' .., Ilmenite Valuable
The authori- '. : .
$750,000 is merely ;
Newsome estimated his total already purchased. )o
mented Carpenter. ', \-. I Three pieces of property sold Recovered from Camp Blandingsoil
zation. The City has not yet de- .,
loss at $15.000, with only $3,000 Jackson and Kopelousos voted. 4: ,-""
'The autn shop, a wooden frame .. auction here week for a by
termined issueit '" at this a process of strip mining -
how much of .
covered insurance.He for the Lewis an &
by purchase Hazen and ,
building covered with tin, was : i
I u total of $50,000.Falling using barges floating in
i '"
will float. The is to A4iV ,
Ewell Lawson : money
located near the Lion's Club in said equipment alone against. made lakes
auctioneer'shammer are such
finance general utility expansion. ; under the prized
the east section of town. It was amounted to $10,000 or $12,000.In During the discussion, Supt. :" '. ;j" minerals as ilmenite, zircon and
I including a larger plant, new were:
founded by Newsome 11 years ago addition, such items as paint I Wasdin hinted that Starke may staurolite. Ilmenite is
water tower and similar improve The eight-unit Floral Motel,
and had three employees. glass ,and car parts were valuedat outgrow the new facilities sooner valuable as paint and
I ments. The bonds are to be repaid '. located two miles north of Starkeon a pigment
Newsome was loading cattle 3000. than originally thought. He noted : some of the heavy minerals are
from utility revenue. U. S. 301, sold to Mrs. Lillie
south of Starke when the fire On Tuesday, Newsome asked that the present plant, with 1,400 used in jet engines.

,started. The building already was and received City Council's permission kilowatt capacity, was putting o'Jt. As a temporary measure the ,;. ..... McCall of Knoxville, Tenn., for Humphreys Gold Corp., under
,. has borrowed -- $18,500.
in ruins, ,although _til|,.flaming, i ,,to.remove the_ remaining:,1.160 kilowatts Tuesday already $250- contract with the Deleware Du-
when he arrived. timbers by burning, with Lower Output 000, which will be repaid from the ME Pinehurst Tourist Court comprising Ponts, does all the actual mining.
inten-I I I
$750000 bond issue. This moneywas ,.. a grocery store, service
Suspects Short tions of rebuilding on the And although the five new 4 .V DuPont has been mining in- the
gen used for the $175,000 purchase LEASE station, trailer owner's
An employee, Roy Griffis, was I. Part of the building was shared erators are rated at 5,000 kilo garage Camp Blanding vicinity since 1949.
first Ao see the fire. He said it. with the outboard motor and lawn-I watts, they actually should be run of five generating units, residence, and seven cabinson It had, in late 1947, leased mineral
construction to house
of a building Highway 100 at south ity
began in the corner where paint mower business of V. S. St. John.John's I at only 3,500 output. I rights for 3,800 acres owned by
the units, and transportation from limits sold :Mrs. F. Clover-
to H.
stored and used. Since electrical '
was St. loss was not determined. During the meeting, the Council -I ,the state southeast of Starke. On
connections also were located also: North Carolina for the machinery settle of Rt. 1, Starke for $16,500. this site, it developed the Trail

in the vicinity, he suspecteda Validation proceedings is a pro The Leonhard apartments on Ridge mine.
short might have started the Commended M. A. Payne for his cedure which must be. followed North Cherry Street comprisingfour Highland Plant

Final Services Held job' in marking off streets and when bonds are floated. It guar units in the old J. M. Trubyhouse Later, DuPont
fire.Griffis he For Keystone Citizen numbering residences and busi antees the legality of the issue and five units in a newer mining
quickly removed car rights to some 3,200 acres privately
nesses within the city. The Coun and thus bond the
assures buyers one-story structure, sold to W. T.
of the Rev. R. E. MacBlain. But i owned
Palatka DAC Honors near Highland.
two other vehicles could not be Frederick Wooster Sampson, cil voted to pay $352 for his 176 issue is valid.Large Rainmakers Halt (Billy) Jackson' of Starke for There it developed the Highland

-saved. One of them was ,on a 85, resident of Keystone Heights'hours labor on the project. Labor Henry R. McGauley, $15,000.All plant.

rack, the other without a wheeL for the past seven years, died sud for four others engaged in the Legion Meet Native Of BrookerA Seeding Of SkyHave sales were handled by the The new area leased by DuPont
project cost $511.
Destroyed was a truck belong denly at the residence of a son, Hansbrough National Realty and closes the 8,000 acre gap betweenthe
Agreed to pay the county $7.50an ( In Starke noticed? The Auction Co. known
L. and Clarence Sampson, last week. Staged you rains a nationally
ing to L. Libby a car own chapter of the Disabled two mines. In addition it
unidentified He was born in Webster, N. Y., hour for maintaining 12,000 have stopped. concern which is licensed and
ed by an Negro. American another 3,200
Veterans in Palatka has opens up acre area
January 16, 1870. His .feet of dirt road within the city About 150 Legion and Legion bonded to operate in 37 states.
parents And coincidence
Within 15 minutes after the been named in the honor of or not south of the Trail Ridge mine.
the were the late Henry and Mary limits. This is expected to cost Auxiliary members were in Starke a rainmakers have cut off their Home office of the Hansbroughorganization
alarm sounded at 11:10 a.m., Brooker native killed in the ma Some of the land under lease is
Fire Sampson. He was a retired farmer $100 a year. last Sunday attending an in- chines. is in Louisville, Ky.,
front and roof collapsed. Korean conflict. federal, not state, owned. It look-
and a member of the MethodistChurch. Housing For Firemen structional school for the officersin while the Florida office is in Or
later down the tin sid Z.
men pulled ( the 57 posts located in the The chapter was named in W. Hamilton of Brooker,,I special permission from Secretaryof
ing to extinguish the remainingflames. Examined but did not purchase, honor of Henry R. McGauley, chairman of the Bradford County lando. the Army Robert T. Stevens to

Surviving are his wife: Bertha;;1'plans for a $7,500 duplex housing Northern District. who enlisted .in the Army at 17 Weather Committee, last week. The three sales held here this open the area to mining.
unit for disc of full-time firemen. The session was held in the week were their first in this Immediate
Ten Firemen Sprague Sampson of Keystone and died of rifle fire ffVe days sought the committee's permissionto Some Royalties Split
Ten firemen including seven Heights; two sons, Clarence of Cost of the plans is $22.50. ThC e USO Center and Bradford High. after arriving in Korea. cut off the spigot of art ical vicinity, but H. H. Hans The royalty paid on federal land

volunteers, worked over the Keystone Heights and Roy .I Council discussed the possibility of In charge were Department Vice The young McGauley was the rain, mainly because the groundin I brough Sr., who founded the buss must be split after expenses, between

smoulding ruins over two hours. Sampson of Rochester, N. Y.; one purchasing property adjacent to Commander John W. Collins Jr. brother of Mrs. Charles Hardy of the Brooker area was too wet ness in 1911, said they had otherproperties the State Armory Board

The fire was declared out at 1:35 daughter, Mrs. Grace Filby of the City Hall, some of which maybe of Lake City and Emma Adams, Starke.He to plant soybeans.He to sell here in the near and the federal government. All

Rochester: three brothers, Jim,I used for the duplex. president of the American Legion was born at Brooker July never got permission. Seems future. royalties on state lands go to the

p.m.The fire department termed the William and Bert Sampson, all of Discussed acquiring asphalt another d Auxiliary. 23, 1932, the son of the late Rev.G. .I as though farmers in the vicinityof Mrs. McCall, the new owner, of Armory Board alone.

building, 'valued at $2.000. a total I Rochester: and two sisters, also materials for maintaining The meeting was called by E. McGauley who later was Camp Blanding and Floral Motel, was visiting rela The acreages now involved are:

loss. It listed the cause as un of Rochester. streets in Starke. State Commander A. J. Thomasof pastor of the Palatka Heights farm needed more rain.1J0ydGreen's tives at Merrit, Fla., when she read 3,800 acres of state land originally -

about the auction in a newspaper. leased for the Trail Ridge
Mrs. McGauley But, says Hamilton, reports
still resides in Palatka.He from the Water Resources Development She came to Starke by bus, madethe mine; 3,200 acres leased or purchased
successful bid, and will returnto from for
private owners
attended the Brooker Corp. indicate all hat
I school : two
Truly settle her affairs in Knoxville the Highland mine; 8,000< acres of
and later the machines
high school in Pa- the Tallahasseearea
latka.Starke's. have been shut down. before taking possession of 'the federal land (nett lease) connecting
property in about a month. The ] the two mines; 3,200 acres of
the I shut doesn't know if the former owners were :Mr. and Mrs. state land (new lease) south of
was ordered because of
CouncilTo H. A. Fox. the Trail Ridge mine.
I abundance of rain or because
tAMrs. I cloud formations The Cherry Street propertieswere After receiving Army permission
were not
Hear ProtestsOn seeding. "ripe"for sold by :Mr. and Mrs. Fred to put more of the territory

Leonhard of Keystone Heights and under lease, the State Armory

Property RollThe Anyway, the soil is drying out were purchased by Mrs. Leon Board last March called for bids

And Brooker farmers are, after all, hard's son, Jackson, local agent I on mining the new area. Bids

Starke City Council will getting soybean seeds in the for Central Truck Lines and a were submitted by DuPont, the

meet at 7 p.m. August 7 to hear I ground. member of the City Council. National Lead' Company and the

protests over property assessmentsfor t Mrs. Cloversettle, new owner of Bear Creek Mining Company.

1955. Dr. Adams Reopens the Pinehurst Tourist Court and DuPont Bid Best

wistaria vines s.i twine The Council already has indi" Grocery, plans to take early pos Analysis of the bids shows clear-
The would have
murmured, claicung Gone In Starke
r Going Going : : cated ad valorm taxes will be session and will operate the, busi ly that DuPont submitted the
around the porch where Mrs. J. M. at her high lace collar and look-
(I j On Street levied for the first ness. She formerly managed the most profitable for the state. In
ing; with unbelieving at a jI The Old J. M. Truby Home Cherry time in fouror I Dr. H. H. Adams, physicianformerly
sit eyes
used to crocheting away I
Truby I, five jears. Starke has been i Dan Moore service station andarage addition, DuPont agreed to let I
woman in shorts and halter. practicing in Starke,
the long, hot summer afternoons.The Members of the auctioneer's I "Why this house is worth much 1 course, is that in this electronic widely advertised as a tax-free''I will reopen his offices here August on Highway 100 near the higher royalty apply both to

wistaria'ine's the same atomic, and supersonic age, no one I city during this period. '1. Theressa. The seller, Mrs. Anna old and new areas under lease.DuPont's I
party began moving through the more than that, Mrs. Truby I i
else has changed. j
but everything has time to sit on a south veranda The tax millage for the I Albrecht, bought the propertyabout bid is expected to
stately old home, built high [crowd, lining up opening bids. would have said to herself in hurt i City I Dr. Adams has been in Army i
The ,land! sip cold lemonade. has not been set. It will be de- seven years ago from ZekeDI''den. yield at least $80,400 a year, while
Boys came around with souvenir "It be more than service for the
off the ground in the style of the' surprise. might past two years. r
termined National Lead's would have
1880's is now divided into four pencils and tickets for the "drawing" 70 years old but it was built of I j I "More's the pity, she would largely by the assessed Dr. A. J. Barry, who has been
j ''have I said had she known. dollar value of property. brought in only $40,000 and Bear I
apartments. Little remains of the of silver dollars at intervals j:heart pine and cypress. You can't'get I' practicing in Dr. Adams' offices, (Continued on Page Eight)

early Victorian charm of its original -!j during the sale. It was a hot aft j: lumber like that anymore." j I!! Out in the yard, things slowed Council Chairman James Lewis will open an office of his own in Mason's State Chief I II II

interior except the wide pine I ernoon, and kegs of ice water and But out in the crowd, opinion![I down after the first rush of early explained that increased demandson the same building. His new of \ I

boards of the floor and an ornate;,cartons of paper cups were set up w-33 different 'These old homes'i Bidding.I The auctioneer pleaded the city for such improvementsas fices are expected to be occupied To Speak In Starke Home Mail Date t

glass and wrought iron chandelier+;in the shade of the ancient oaks. '- nice in their day, but they justain't cajoled almost wept. "Sure- water mains and sewers made August 1, also.
i "Ice water!" Mrs. !i ly can't be through," he moan- the tax necessary. City Clerk District Deputy Grand
over the stairway in the hall. i Truby would] modern, one spectator summed you the Set I
Tuesday afternoon the old house I',(have snorted. .'Imagine anyone j'' it up. "Folks want new stuff,II ]I ed. "It's incredible impossible Carl Johns remarked recently the Mrs. Palma Chitty Ben B. Rowland announced DefinitelyThe

went on the auction block. i i|coming to the Truby home for ice'I.nowadays. All those old porches,j I I I to stand by and see this fine City is in bad shape financially week that the Eighth Masonic I date for home mail delivery !
water! sold for this ridiculous The tax roll is being compiledby Wins Jaycee BoatMrs. District meeting will be held inj
If Mrs. Truby dressed in her_ Why I always served my I'1- waste space just waste property I in Starke has been definitely !
County Tax Assessor Gene Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. and
long black silk and high lace col-j i guests cold lemonade or perhaps space." price! ; set for August 16. !
Long. Long has de- Palma Chitty of Starke Ain Starke on July 29 in
lar, had still been sitting on her ,'a dish of strawberries, in season." It's a good thing Mrs. Trubycouldn't But the crowd was through. Cars Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr.tentatively !
Her husband I' termined the city has property! vas winner of the $550 boating honor of Most Worshipful GrandMaster
shaded south veranda, she would I Jacob Truby, was a hear his remarks or the began moving off, along Pennsylvania announced the date i
prominent assessed at $3,726,695, not includ- given away Saturday by of Masons in Florida, RoyT.
have been amazed to see an auc grower and shipper, for gentleman would have had an Avenue. Pennsylvania ing railroad and the Starke Jaycees. Lord. last week. Now he has formal :
tioneer's station pull in many ;years considered the patron property authorization
wagon up his hands. the :
saint of the argument on I Avenue to Mrs. Truby, that is which is under court test. The boat along with trailerand All Master Masons are cordially postal
the yard about 2 o'clock Tuesday strawberry industry regional office in
in Starke. "Waste space!" she would have Street Only $2,104,720 of this is tax outboard motor, was the prize invited. Dinner will be served at Atlanta to !
Cherry on present city
afternoon. Shortly thereafter a I I start home mail
sniffed a very subdued'and able, however. for donations solicited the pastmonth 7 p.m., after which the GrandMaster August 16.
crowd began to gather men in I At a signal from the auctioneer maps. I McGriff still has not received ;
ladylike of course. "It is The taxable property includes by Jaycees. The donations will deliver his message.
sport shirts and visored straw the bidding started. Assistants began to sit cool "Such goings on," the little ladyin 'w'ent the necessary supplies and
I wasting space on a 've- $1,446.530 in real estate and into a Jaycee fund for chil Lodges represented in the Eighth
hats women in sunback dresses l shouting the offers they had randa and crochet hot dren's equipment but these details are
on a sum- long black silk would have mut- $658,190 personal property. recreational facilities. District are Pinehill at Brooker, :

and children in little more :obtained by circulating through mer afternoon? Waste space, in- tered in disgust, as she picked up I Not taxable are $1,585,475 in The prize was awarded at a Bradford at Starke, Lake Butler not likely to interfere with the ;'

than the altogether. I' the crowd $5000 $5,750 deed! her crocheting and moved to a 'homesteads and $36,500 belongingto dance in the Starke USO building Dawkins at Macclenny, Raiford, deadline.
"Sakes alive!" Mrs. I $6,000 $6,500 .
What Mrs. couldn't know
Truby shadier spot on the porch. widows and disabled. Saturday. Sanderson, Lawtey and Baldwin.


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Cuban First Lady Fines Levied In June PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JULY 2* 1953 I

i editorial'OuterSpace' Farmer's DiaryBy Rejects Invitation Net $1,842 In CountyAn Bradford ControllingMites usual damage to clover and ex- I

perimental control measures were i
,; I Sam McGarvey unsuccessful effort to bring The sum of $1,842 collected by With ChemicalsBradford adopted. I

:Mrs. Fulgencio Batista, wife of Sheriff P. D. Reddish for fines Huggins said sulphur seemedas
Architecture Cuba's to Starke County farmers are
president, as a
Our runner patch looks pretty and forfeitures during the monthof effective as any other ma- i
visitor was made by the local using sulphur, systox parathionand
and rotation
good, with the plants doing some grazing seemed
was turned over to Coun- malathion j
Chamber to check red
of Commerce.Mrs.
Causes American RevoltEvery growing, but here, too, it is too ty Commission Clerk Charles Dar- mites on clover, to to help. Weeds in pastures appeared I
wet to hoe. Trouble is that it is Batista was in Tampa attending by this week. according to act as hosts for the t
County Agent G. T. Huggins.The .
not too wet for the weeds to the Fair of Progress. An mites. 1
and then committee
now congressional. Largest fine assessed was for pest was doing more than
or other public body shows a flash of genius ands grow, and if we don't do some- invitation to extend the visit to over $300 against a trucker for YOU'LL LOVE the Dew Ester- !

a display of spunk that goes far toward restoringour thing soon, the weeds will take Starke was made by Mrs. Marion violating the highway code relating expenses of the sheriff and county brook purse-size fountain pens In

faith in human nature and the ultimate effi- over. Howe, Chamber of Commerce to weight of vehicles. judges offices as well as other pastel shades. Only $ .58 at Brad t
secretary, but the invitation was Clerk Darby puts this moneyin allied functions. ford County Telegraph.
cacy of public boards and bodies. Our tomatoes are about gone, t
declined as impossible at this the Fine and Forfeiture
Such an instance came last week when the Hard for us to believe we are and we sure are sorry to see them
time. Fund, and it is used to defray t tI
House Appropriations Committee abruptly shutoff in the "dog days" now because, go. Wish there was some way of ,

funds for the newly dedicated Air Force except for the middle of the day, extending the season, for it seemsa -

Academy at Colorado Springs. Reason: the nationwide it !is fairly comfortable. Of course, shame that we can only have
such a short
dissatisfaction with the fantastic "outth< afternoon showers cool good ripe .
er space" design that a team of architectual exhibitionists things off, and then it is hard to y

dreamed up for the proposed academy believe we are in the middle of Leo has' fleas, and we've tried
buildings. the' summer. Can it be that "our about everything to get rid of -1955

Despite warnings from the Air Force brass that blood has thinned out," as the them so far. But no matter what

this action would mean "a year lost" on the project saying goes?'. we do, next time we look at the BIG OVEN ALL-PORCELAIH
ordered halt the garish friendly monster, there he is
the committee on
the bush-and-bog harrow,
Then he
scratching and chewing.
glass and aluminum buildings until plans are cut last season's berry patch,
makes a place raw, he gets
"more firmly established." Outspoken critics had grass, weeds, berry plants, sawdust screw worms, and we doctor him FOOD j ,

'termed the designs as half baked, barren, inhuman and all. We have learned for that. We'll have to get rid

and commercial. Especially offensive to that in order ,to cut under heavy of his fleas, because they must be

many was the proposed chapel which had the app of grass we must cut the as annoying him as red bugs FREEZERONLY : -_ _

pearance of a glorified hack saw with the teeth just as slowly as old Katrinka are to us, and it makes us itch _

turned up and possessed none of the beauty and | will move. If we go fast, the to think of them. _
disc rides right over the dried .
embodied in structures de-
spirituality usually
grass and does no good at all. The kitchen garden is about
voted to worship. The land we cut is for this year'sberry taken with Bermuda ,
over grass
This public revolt against the Air Force Acade- patch, which we 'expect to and we are going to have a fine

my designs is further evidence of a trend back set out in September.. time trying to grow anything.else

toward commonsense in architecture. Americansare there now. The devlish stuff
discovering anew the beauty and utility of na Got the rest of the fence post will grow practically anywhere,
ture's materials and are recognizing the shallow- logs' peeled clean (the bugs did and when it starts to feed on the

ness and artificiality of much of the architectural the hard work) and now they are- fertilizer in the garden there is f 35 i
stacked up off the ground and it. And to .
hokum of recent years. Business men and homed simply no stopping A.
] ing. on we will treat
think that some, people plant it!!! a
makers are finding new uses and values in natural them with a mixture of Penta and -
materials. burnt motor oil and then we'll; Hot blueberry muffins for ----.- =
In some of the most expensive homes, for instance have about 120 posts. But we 1 breakfast Sunday morning. Thatis

we find more and more all-wood kitchens, need a lot more. one Yankee dish that we have
old brick fireplaces and walls, and other throw- never cared for particularly, but M, I .,
A Those little gasolinepoweredrotary these good. It must be because I
backs to an earlier and more gracious age. were -
similar trend is developing in heavy construction.A lawnmowers sure do a 1 they were Bradford County <
wonderful job. We let the grass! blueberries. t:= :oj
New York investment firm is switching
large -
< aback our home get tall and I --
to natural stone as the material for a new -
ragged, and it would be almost
Back in the early spring we
$20 million skyscraper. Commenting on the re- impossible: to cut with a hand fertilized around our fruit trees in t LIMITED I I
cent fad for glass and metal buildings, one New mower, but we are getting it t the orchard and mulched them ,

York writer observed sadly that "the new structures ,done with our putt-putt fairlyeasily. with pine straw. It helped a great i .V MODEL QUANTITY
gleam with the sudden shock of unpeeledtin But we try to be careful 1 deal for the trees look better than

cans and new bottles, strewn at random in with it, for it can cause a serious ever before. But our grape vines L HC-7FailSafe

a dull but well furnished room." accident. are a disappointment; one is big Alarm System Counterbalanced Lid
and flourishing the male which I I "Iijl
The designers of the Air Force Academy attempted
A while ago we never wouldhave does not bear grapes; the female Positive Action Latch Removable Baskets
their ill-fated "out of
explain believed that it could get too is small and and
this world" by saying they were attempting to i wet too work the land, but now, sign of a grape.puny not a Selective Temperature Control

bring forth structures. that would be timeless and| whether it's the rainmakers or ,
fhtf QMrAAJI ::1 f: tPtm: I p.KGl} IJE W
ageless. But how wrong they were! Actually just Nature, the soil is too wet It doesn't seem possible to us, ;: t I '

their designs were the most dated that could be for us to bed up for a sweet but we have been farming now for of Freezer
imagined. Twenty-five years from now they'T potato planting. We've cut thepatch over six and a half years here in Plenty Supplies 'orne in
several times trying to dryit BC. In it Today
many ways though
would be pointed out as "one of those architectual'
out, and hope we can bed it up seems as if we have lived here

atrocities long of last the we middle appear 1950's"At to be re-learning what before it rains again. all our lives. We must like it! G. J.MCG R IFF We Service What We Sell

our forebears knew before us. Artificial prod-

ucts, regardless of the ingenuity of their creation, SOIL CONSERVATION GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
still cannot match the majesty of nature. Man, G. J L MCGRIFF

with#11 his ingenuity, has failed to develop a bet- N-E-W-S Cor. Call and Walnut Sts. Phone 229 Starke, Fla.

ter building material than the white marble of am: We Service Everything We Sell GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
Vermont quarries, or the clay from which the By Bill HaasU ,
Cor Call & Walnut Sts.
Phone 229
Romans fashioned bricks. It is significant that S. SOIL CONSERVATION o ...-- = C ., .-- _-_-., .. .-ws
the bricks in the Roman Coliseum are still stand- __ -

ing after 2,200 years of exposure. SERVICE ? .
Stamped-out designs on aluminum wall panels ; t ax I
sdi .
..are attractive once. But they are gaudily pa-
thetic beside the timeless dignity of the limestone Pete Reddish used the District's cola Bahfo pastures. Rodman I

structures of our state and national capitols. Na- rotocycle mower to cut down the Underhill also used the District's ,

ture; it would seem, still does it best. weed competition in his pastures. fertilizer distributor to fertilizehis ,
Now that we are getting some Pensacola Bahia.

rain the weeds are starting to
The Woes Qi Short Memoriesmemories grow. The weeds that the stockwon't M. L. Lawson used the District's ,
rotocycle mower to mow down the n'n'I
eat are growing up and
weeds in a field he is going to
are short! shading out the. grass. By mow- put into soybeans. M. L. states

Along around 1947 or so, folks in Nassau Coun- ing these weeds nobefore they that he can do a better job of BJ
seed out you not only give the; V V
ty worked up a Ocean Highway and Port Author- cutting the weeds in of he mows ;
grass more growing room but
ity to finance a toll road and ferry from Fernan- you also cut down on next years them down first.

dina to the Jacksonville beaches. It sounded fine weed crop. Jim Brownlee, a District Co- TOP CAPACITY 6H-ft. Pickup! Ford F-100, GVW 5,000 lbs Famed
on paper. Short Stroke 130-h.p. Power King V-8. Also available: 118h.p.Six .
operator, used Mr. Orr's
They got legislative authorization, floated a Floyd and C C. Crosby used mower to mow the weeds on his a with the shortest piston stroke of any leading truck six.

$4,000,000 bond issue and set to' work. Then the Districts' rolling weed chopperto new Pensacola Bahia pasture. "I
cut down their tobacco stalks. '
came tales of abuses a construction contract "You know sure have more grass than I ; r4 :.
tobacco stalks
negotiated instead of awarded to the low bidderas are thought I had," stated Jim after 1't
mighty wiry", states Floyd, "but ; '
customary, purchase of two broken-down and when I use a chopper on the mowing the weeds down. Fr ; I

virtually worthless ferries, enormous sums spent stalks I have very little trouble in Plain A 4I
for "publicity" and a whole pile of lawyer's fees. putting them under and in a

It was strictly their business, until the bonds short time I can get my ground some folks, the number

defaulted. Then, under the pretense of protecting ready without a lot of trash three is unlucky

Florida's credit rating, the State Road Depart- hanging up on my equipment." That's the way it turned out fora
Negro who gave his name as
ment refinanced the whole shebang.
I stopped by Eddy Allen's place James Brown. Judge Alex Yawn '
Result? Nassau has a first class toll road which the other day to look at his to- has set his bond at $200.

operates in the red. Who is picking up the tab? bacco. The last time I saw the Brown is; charged with (1)) driv-

We taxpayer, of course. tobacco the plants were fighting ing while intoxicated, ((2) driving
How now Brown Cow? The 1935 Legislature hard to live and Eddy was fight- without a permit (3)) improper
authorized the same Nassau Authority to build a ing hard to get an irrigation sys- license tag.WEPHEMSWIVS. NOW 1 TON MORE GVW-Ford F-600 "2-tonner" has GVW boostedpruced

toll road extension northward to Brunswick Ga.It's tem in. Well Eddy got the irriga- to 18,000 Ibs-he: equipped with heavy-duty rear axle, heavy-duty
tion system and the tobacco is springs, 6-stud wheels, and 140-h.p. Short Stroke V-8 engine.
all so furtive that no one seems to knew the
size of the bond issue involved.If well over head high. Mrs. Allen .
remarked "We sure wouldn't have V
the Florida Road Department has one ounce had any tobacco this year if it : N /3

of descretion it would stop the new robbery in wasn't for our irrigation system." :0

some way shape or form. y'Why .
In short, this is where we came in. But like Freeman Register, a Bradford /I"l :
Soil Conservation District Cooper-
we say, people have short memories.
ator, used the District's fertilizer
distributor to fertilize his Pensa-

Be Safe Or SorryAbout I A n

15,000 farm residents will be killed in ChiropracticNenous

accidents this year, if past records are any indica-

tion of the future. Another 1,200,000 will be in- tension is invariably 'a

jured. caused by; a spinal trucks s, y

National Farm Safety Week has been set for misalignment producing a

July 24-30. It's a good time to remind soil tillers pressure on one or more of '
that agriculture has the highest number of accidental the spinal nerves. Your fish around looking for expert NOW I TON MORE GVW Ford T-800 tandem now has 42,000 lbs,

work deaths than any other occupation. Chiropractor is a specialistin air conditioning/ ? Call on GVW. 170-h.p. Short Stroke V-8.11,000-lb. front axle available. In-
CIL\S. C. SHEPHERD for creased capacities in almost all models from "2-ton" up!
Practically everyone knows the elementaryrules correcting these condi- -
of safety. Follow them and make liars out tions as well as many other YORK AIR COXDITIOXIXG ,4'V

of the statisticians.A conditions in which the We guarantee to please

body does not function nor-

mally. dea1ersIe r '
friend reports a disgrunted farmer came out For an honest evaluationof \- are 1he only
of a doctor's office last week and Stroke
growled to his health Sh 0 rt <
wife: "Sixteen cows, two dozen hogs, 1,000 your who give you
visit the
truck.ower .
chickens, and an SO-acre farm and that durn every '55
fool says I need a hobby!r' P '

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E L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR 2 blocks north of Post OfficeIn ".D.A.F. TilE MONEYMAKERS FOR 55


Phone 108 Andrews Motor
Office hours daily except Thurs. )

SUBSCRIPTION RATES 9 to 12 1:30 to 5:30
ONE YEAR 3.00 -- SIX MONTHS 1.75
Evenings and Thursdayby IADISOX1> ADAMS STS.
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'99999Y9Y.. YYTTTTTTTTTY ville on Monday.Mr. "The Seven Little Foys" At Florida rTTTTTYTTYYYYYYYYYTYTYTt I Ii i
and Mrs. 'Seeber Doyle An- i I

drews, of Wildwood spent last .. ._. ... ...
LAIIEI% week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred :- -"------- -,.',v '-, -. .v.y uu BAYLESS HIM A&P features quality foods in every department, all I

Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Tom I.. m y 'n' w i
By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch Casey Jr. By Anna Ruth CrosbyAttAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :, Visit all the thrifty departments -

UttAAAtiAAiAAtAAAiAAAAAOTooIeRedgraes Mrs. Edward Whealen and :Mrs. take advantage of

Paul Dinkins Sr. spent several t AAP's: continuing program of
a tt Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
days of last week at Daytona t plenty of ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders are ti and family of Jacksonville were I variety
later attended a
announcing the marriage of their Senior Beach.Home They Demonstration short 1 recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. t I j plenty of eating enjoymentand
H. B. plenty of benefits for
daughter, Pauline Anders Red- course at the University of Flori- Kelly F ""
This community was saddenedlast i weary budgets)! A&P K
Mrs. Dinkinswas
graves, to Edward O'Toole, on da in Gainesville. PPJ&D
the delegate from Bradford Thursday to hear of the deathof such an easy, friendly placeto
July 4, at Folkston, Ga.
County. Mrs. H. C., Wainwright, Robert Edmondson, son of Mr. shop such a grand
Miss Cheri Redgraves was Misses Elizabeth Tatum and Pa- :.. and Mrs. Clyde Edmondson of place to san: Come see!
her mother's only attendant. Mr. tricia Wainwright attended the / I' Miami. The R. R. Crosbys left f
O'Toole,who is a Marine, and Mrs. ,.. '
closing exercises of the course on for 'Miami last Friday to stay a HEARTY VIGOROUS 1-2 Lb. Pkg.
O'Toole will leave soon for Los few days with them. I
Angeles, Calif., where he will be Friday.Mr. I OUR OWN TEA 53c TO BALANCE
stationed. and Mrs. Woodrow Clend- ... Bob Carraway of was I
ining and family of Plant City ; aP a recent guest of the Raymond I

Recent visitors at the home of,, were recent visitors at the homeof P a x< nrJ Crosbys.: DEL MONTE

Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins were' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. nya We are glad to see Mrs. Wil- KETCHUP 8 UDG E I S SIONA I
their nephews, C. A. Prevatt of'Mrs. Clendining was formerlyMrs. liam Crosby at home again after 2 14-ozbottles35c
Carrie Prevatt. spending a few days in the hospital. -
Gibsonton and Clarence Prevattof I' .
The Harold Eunice family
Tampa, and their son and
spent Sunday in Maxville with Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Martin and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. ;
Mrs. Eunices' parents, the God- family have returned from their 303 cans 1 OC
Paul Dinkins Jr. of Antony !
vacation in California. LIGHT MEAT
Mrs. W Fred Moore and family wins.Mrs. "
II. R. Hildreth and son, Miss Beverly Jo Crosby of the
afternoon DRINK and ENJOY
spent Tuesday at Kings- I Plus Deposit
Corkie, returned to their home in ''... State Farm spent last week with TUNA FLAKES
ley Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Rex
Mixon of Jacksonville, who are Waco, Texas, last week after an I t -. OS* 4JI e .g. ,';. ., ;,: :.v( Anna Ruth Crosby. I R. C. COLAS 6hot! ctn 19c

spending their vacation there. Miss extended visit with her mother, -......._.? .....__. .._._,.4.J'.j Members of the BaYless Hiway I

Gail Moore stayed with the :Mixon's Mrs. Leonia Edwards. I Don't be misled by the neat "Se\en Little Foys.Thej're as wild: a Baptist Church enjoyed a fish fry I IOXA Plain 26ozCANS 39C
or Self-Rising
until Friday. Miss Peggy Mitchell, of Hebron, bunch of hooligans ever to vaudetille's sawdust trail. The film, at Hampton Lake last Friday '

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman' Va., is spending some time with starring! comedian Bob Hope, opens Sunday at the Florida Theatre fora night. FLOUR 25'bbag $1.63
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rich I her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. three-day run. Church services, Sunday School.
ard Bennett and }tr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Milo Smith and is taking BTU, and Prayer Meeting same

Bobby Bennett, in Daytona, last I I care of the new Smith twins, fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE ter Donna. I time as usual. Young Peoples I CABIN HOME LADY BETTY
I Margaret Ann and Mary Ann. Meeting every Saturday night at

weekend.Blaine Thompson and Billy \n-' I I, Mrs M. E. Granger of Palm FARM 1 1By Judge Miss and Frances Mrs. T.Caldwell A. Yawn and and 8. Rev. H. C. Martin pastor. CORN MEAL Sib bag 29c PRUNE JUICE

ders' names were unintentionlyj j Beach was visiting Mrs. Mary Red- children spent the weekend at were served by her mother to the
omitted from the list of 4-H camp-!,,dish on Monday. 'Cypress Gardens and Lake Wales. five couples attending.Mrs. JIM DANDY
Mrs. O. E. young
ers. The boys reported a wonderful -j! We are sorry to lose the R. W. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAlA I' Miss Faye Hudson enjoyed a O. E. Crosby and little GRITS Sib bag 33c Quart
time. 'Mosely Jr. family which has j small birthday party at her nome Eddy Faye Cain were in Jacksonville 15CnOTTLE

Mrs. Leslie Prevatt and daugh- moved to< Orlando. 1 Mr. and Mrs D. E. Crews and hast Friday night. Refreshments last Friday. ,I
ter Gail were Wednesday dinner Mrs. Louie Belle Wainwrightand I baby of Montgomery, Ala. spent I SUXXYFIELD PURE:

guests of her parents, Mr. and daughters are staying: in the weekend with his parents, Mr.I .. -, y LARD 4 'lb carton
Mrs. Willie Griffis. I 3c
Jacksonville where Mrs. Wain-
and Mrs. G. E. Crews. O
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and wright is employed. Cecil Addison is spending a SCREEN IN THE.. 'off I SA SEXIX.\

their house guest, Mrs. Jones Weekend visitors at the A. M. few days in Jacksonville with his I II
were business visitors to Jackson- Blanchard home were Mr. and brother-in-law and sister, Mr and I PORCH AND SOON LEO CORNED BEEF
Mrs. J. B. Dye o'f Ft. Lauderdaleand :Mrs. AlbertYhit I pound 19c
Kingsley Lake, and Miss Ar- Mrs. WILL ,
R. P. McLendon and chil- J2-oz 3fiC
FRIGIDflIRETHERE'S' I thurine Blanchard of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
dren were shopping in Gainesville! WHITE HOUSE
T. C. Edwards, :Mrs. C. B. Monday.Mrs. TO YOUR GREAT \
Hiatt and daughter, Marguerite, MILK 3 tall cans CAN
: G. E. Crews and 35c
JUST ONE daughter ]i ANOTHER
visited Mrs. Edwards' son, Carl, tJQY -
Mrs. L. W. Francis, and children i
!on Saturday in Gainesville. Carl
FRIGIDAIREMade has been a patient in Alachua were guests of Mrs. Crews' brother -; ROOM -# -- --------- ------ II ## ,_ I __
only by General General several Lewis Clemons, in Gainesville i I
Hospital for days.
Motors Corp.- All other Thursday of last week. ]I !
Mrs. Sue Thomas and Miss A&P's Thrift Priced 'Super-Right'Meats !
1st Sgt. and Mrs. Calvin Williams
Electric Refrigerators are Laura Witcher visited their father -|
made by other companiesand Jerry Witcher, in the Veterans who have been stationed in j fYJ
cannot use the word Hospital at Lake City on Sunday Alaska, have settled in Biloxi, "Super-Right' Tender Cooked Ready to EastPound
afternoon. Miss. Friends will be interestedto ,
Frigidaire. The annual picnic of the know that they have purchaseda
:Methodist Church was held at! home there. S SMOKED HAMS 53C
{Want A ..GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Kingsley Lake on Thursday after-' Mr. and Mrs. Seabie Rucker and

? ? noon. son Michael of Jacksonville spent

Tommy Griffis of Starke was the weekend with Mrs. Rucker's Freshly! Super-Right Top Quality Sliced Break. I
THEN SEE visiting Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad-:
on Monday. ley. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. BradleyJr. GROUND BEEF, 3 Ibs $1Morton's BACON Ib 55c !

E. H. SMITHTenth Recent guests at the home of ., also of Jacksonville, spent 1Bt1/LDER' = .
I Super-Right Meat
Mrs. Mattie Henderson were Mr. Sunday with the Bradleys. !
and :Mrs. C. B. Cannon and Mr. Sunday visitors at the J. G. 4S 3 3'd s'A' L Quick Frozen Chicken, Beef FRANKS, lb 43e '

and Temple Ave. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and familyof Caldwell home were Mrs. Annie ......... or Turkey
Starke, Fla Jacksonville. and Mrs. Ala Luffman, and Mr. POT PIES, 4 for 8geUgood Brand Tender Smoked f
Sunday visitors at the hOme ofMr. :I and Mrs. Clayton Gurr and daugh- SLICED BACON 47c
and Mrs. Troy Bennett were
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Bill) Wall of Super-Right Canadian Super-Right
Starke, Charlie Gunter and Mr. BACON 8-oz pkg. 55c I
and Mrs" Billy Arpin of Jackson- Repeated By Popular Demand !

ille. ; Cap'n John's French Fried 10 OZ Pkg. Super-Right Fancy Smoked
f' Ott Mrs. Buford Higginbotham,
,raNOiE j10 mother of Mrs. Waters, Mr. and FISH STICKS, 39c LIVER SAUSAGE, lb 39c

Miss Lyle Schmehl Muriel of Higginbotham Jacksonville, and of FREE! FREE! FREE! ## -II #1-----111- __ ___ I_ I II _I I ## _# _#I I
Maxville spent Sunday with :Mr. ,
and Mrs. James Waters. Little -- -. -
Danny Waters went home with Electric Wiring Installation With Purchase of Ms California FRESH Seedless Grapes or
his grandmother for a visit. 1; PEACHES lb 25cu.
Mrs. Willie Mae Foman of Savannah

INSURE YOUR and Mrs. Nellie Mae Dry- THIS RANGE S. No. 1 WhitePOTATOES i I"'l+
den of Jacksonville were visitingMr. !
and Mrs. Perry Davis last 10 lb bag 35c
PART TOO!' week. .

Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. L. H. Fresh Tender
IF YOUR home burns after
.y f
Hill enjoyed a trip to the Stephen -
the mortgage note is paid will Foster Memorial on Sunday.The POLE BEANS Ib 15c

there be sufficient money G. W. Roberts Sr. and Jr. f iJ
from the insurance to reim- and the Vernon Silcox family are Firm Red Ripe, Large SizeWATERMELONS

burse you for the value of at Kingsley Lake for an extended
your equity? t, _
stay.Mrs.. Jack Pons of Tallahassee 3
Wouldn't you be relieved to spent the weekend with her par- FOR $1
know that your insurance is ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red --

adequate to protect you, too? dish. Terrie returned with her
mother after a visit with her
INSURE NOW WITH grandparents.The .
b-- Golden Ripe
Mack Carter family and

H. C. Wall Agency the swim day Ed afternoon.in Carter Kingsley family Lake enjoyed on Sun-a BANANAS LB' IC

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kemp and 6
t[ Phone: 146 sons of Austin, Tex., are enjoyingthe 0 0. j ::
Joyce Futch rental house. Mr.
111 TIDE, Large Pkg 30c Giant Size 72c
200 E. Call Street Kemp leaves soon for duty over- _

Starke, Fla. seas.H.. JOY, Reg. Bottle 30c Giant Size 72c ;rg JANE PARKER
T. Bennett and George Grif- = FREE
J252SZS25Z52525252SZ52SHS252525H fis moved the Wilfred Dinkins' .ti ..a\ CHEER Lge Pkg. 30c Giant Size 72c ;" ate & >;
from Jacksonville Beach to San-. 3 [ ANGEL
ford on Monday.Mr. Electric Wiring Installation DREFT, Large Pkg 30c Giant Size 72c
and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and
family of Jacksonville were Sun- .t '. or FREE Gift of equal OXYDOL. Large Pkg 30c Giant Size 62c f ;; f3 9

day dinner guests of 101r. and Mrs ,'alue'to Customers DUZ DETERGENT FOOD
joYINs sToRAJr Walter Wilkerson. / who Large Pkg. 30c ; -,-

Miss Catherine Young a former: already h&s electric range DIAL SOAP, Bath Bars, 2 for 35c
teacher in the local school, and her:
mother stopped by to see Mrs. service, with purchase of DIAL SOAP, Reg. Bars, 2 for 25c CA K E large 'I7-oz 49C

H. C. Kelly on Saturday. They this
were enroute from Ohio to their range. IVORY SOAP, Reg. Bars, 3 for 25c RINGIVORY

home in Lakeland.Mr. .
and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead PRICE 279.95 Less Trade SOAP, Per. Size Bars, 4 for 23c

LOCAL OR LONGDISTANCE and daughters spent Sunday af- IVORY
Limited SOAP, Large Bars 2 for 27c
ternoon at Santa Fe Lake. Time Only JANE PARKER

Mrs. Margaret Kelly, who has CASHMERE BOUQUET Reg, 3 Bars. 25c
0 SAFE been visiting her daughter and
son-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. Roy; CASHMERE BOUQUET, Bath 2 Bars 25c BLUEBERRY
DEPENDABLE Tomlinson in New River, is hereto
Large Giant"
spend some time with her son,
S ECONOMICAL H. C. Kelly and family. WITH TRADE IVORY SNOW Pkg. 30c Size 60c -

Mrs. Lorene Smith and childrenof
Jacksonville SPIC'N SPAN, Mb Pkg. acARMOUR'S
visited her parents
PHONE 311or Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling
this weekend.A TREET, 12 oz can 37c

250-J birthday dinner, and a fare- NO Down Payments Armour's StarCHOPPED Special C
well get-to-gether for :Mr. and< -., HAM, 12 oz Can 49c PIE I E 3
Agents For Mrs. O'Toole, was enjoyed by all Little as $2.90 Per Wk. -- LARGE 8INCH 7
the family of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Armour's

DELCHER BROS. Anders on Sunday. Others pres- VIENNA SAUSAGE, 2 Cans 33e
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny;
Jenkins and family of Jacksonville SALE 2 79.95 LIPTON'S TEA BAGS 16 Bags 25c
R. B. ALVAREZTransfer ,
and Palatka.Mr.Mr. and. Mrs. James Andersof PRICE Sunshine Brand U.11.,1 p. !I-ls w.1 MI.

and and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and HI-HO CRACKERS Mb. box 35c p si

Storage Co.S. son Jacksonville, Wendell on, were Thursday.shopping in INKIER L ERE ELECTRIC L I SERVICE E Keebler Choc. Fudge w.rr 4IMIM*4 MUI 114 UMul

Court St. Starke Fla. SANDWICH COOKIES, Pkg 43c
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Open Until 9:00: P.M. Every Friday Night
Perryman Bldg. brook purse-size fountain pens in I 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke Fla. HI-C ORANGE DRINK, 46 oz Can 27c Prices in this ad effective through Sat, July %3FRIDAY .
-' pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad-
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J. FRIDAY.-. Jri.v- --- .*... .to....;..,..

Miss Moncrief Plans Junior Women's Club State Farm Ladies 'l Miss j i
Dorothy Taylor Summer 1
Program ,Army Display Slated
To Wed August 2 7 !Holds Lake LuncheonMembers
.. See Demonstration i \Veds Mr. C. D. Harris'

I i In Baptist Ceremony. of the Junior Women's On Arranging BudsThe _______;___-, I Pupils To Take !,!from The McPherson Third:: Army mobile, Ga., display will be ;
-'- -
L' Club enjoyed a luncheon and in Starke
Saturday, July 23. (
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swimming party at the officers State Farm Home Demon- .. Augustine TourA I The display will contain scale \

club on Kingsley Lake Thursday, stration Club held its regular ....,.;..0- models of the famous V-2, Corp- ,
July 14. monthly meeting in the club house ; ..- picnic and tour of St. Au- oral, Nike and other guided mis- )
Gladys Mooty. In charge of arrangements were Tuesday at 2 p.m. with Mrs. A. gustine today (Friday) will windup 'I sUes. A number of working j

Phone 35 ( Mrs. John A. Torode, chairman, C. Belch president, presiding.Miss the week-long study of the models also will be displayed. [
F Dorothy Ross, home dem- :, State of Florida by students at-
Mrs. Leon Grey, Mrs. S. G. Den- The exhibition, located in the :
II 1 I" I' 1 mark, Mrs. H. .H. Adams, Mrs. onstration agent, announced the ....;..- ._ 00_ tending the Summer Program. recruiting bus. will be parked !

Miss Nina Bride Elect Honored Seymour :Marco and Mrs. Randal county council meeting to be heldin Supervisor L. H. Gibson said the near the, Florida Theatre.
Bishop, Chitty.In Heilbronn next Tuesday. The youngsters all week have studied !

With Shower At Home Of Mrs. Hogan SmithA I addition to the club members.I program will be "Modern Methodsof books. maps and films about Flori- !. Circuit tonrt. Bradford Ceantr, :

the affair was enjoyed by several Laundering" by Miss Alice ..f' da. Today, the study ends witha Miner Florida Peyton I. Chmmtrrj.Roberson. Plaintiff, I'
highlight of the summer social Struth, Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs. guests: Mrs. N. P. Riccardi of 1 Jones, Florida Power and Light i full day in Florida's oldest city.'vs. Annie Laura Wilson.! Rohtrson !

season was the beautiful brid- 31:. F. Colley Mrs. Dave Paulk, Miami, sister of Mrs. Fro .Strick home economist. Students are to meet at the Defendant Order Of Pllhllt'atl..DeI Case No Notice 10-10&S .I

al shower given Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., and Mrs. land; Mrs. George Roberts of the The following Friday, July 29, USO Center at 8 p.m. They are Appears State Of Florida Tat To 1 I

from 5 to 6:30: o'clock by Mrs.' Carl Lamar Johns. Passing trays State Farm; Mrs. Leslie Biggs of there will be a program planning to return byt:30 p.m. whose Annie residence Laura Wilson Roberson 1(
Mural Gardner and Mrs. W. Hogan were Misses Gail Dukes, Diana Atlanta, Ga.; and :Mrs. Carl meeting in the agent's office, and On the schedule is a visit to 504'j Oak Street. Eastman: address Georgia IS.
Smith at the home of the latteron Boring of Jacksonville Beach, Bet- Roberts. all club presidents and delegates Fort San Marco and other histor- You are required to appear on \
August 15. 1955, in
North Walnut street honoring ty Ann Simmons, Sylvia Paulk, should attend. ical sites, a picnic lunch, and a Court and cause, wherein above plaintiff named

Miss Nina Bishop, popular bride- Gail Rowe, Jackie Colley, Mellissa ,. Baptist's WMU Unit The demonstration was on arranging Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bryan of swim in the Atlantic which, sur- seeks Bradtora divorce. f'
Prevatt. Starke announce, the marriage of prisingly of the Telegraph chill
elect' Stallings and Jackie ; flowers for the home, enough, some publish this Order In next four :
A color scheme of pink and The honoree received many love- Holds Regular Meet given by Mrs. R. F. Young. She their niece, Miss Dorothy Taylorof students have not seen. week.ly Issues. \

white was achieved in the artistic ly and useful gifts from the 250 suggested a list of equipment Starke, to Cecil Donald Harrisof I All regular Summer Program Witness Starke.my Florida hand and this official July sealat 13, ,

floral arrangements decorating the invited guests, and the hostessesalso The monthly meeting of the needed for arranging flowers. For Lake Butler, son of Mrs. D. N. activities are suspended for the 1955. .\:

party rooms of the home. The tea presented Miss Bishop with First Baptist Woman's MissionaryUnion I containers, she suggested very (Doc) Harris of Lake Butler. day. Parents and friends of (OFFIOIAL/EAL As Clerk) Charles of said A. Darby Court

table in the dining room was over- the sugar dish of her chosen china was held on Tuesday witha inexpensive ones and she showed The wedding took place on students have been invited to By Marian Lv Crosby Deputy Clerk I

laid with a handsome imported pattern as a remembrance of the covered dish luncheon at noon. several. Holders or frogs are important Saturday, July 9, in Nahunta, Ga. participate in the trip. Zach. Jacksonville H. Douglas, 505 Florida.Lyn'h Euildingr. -

cutwork cloth and centered with a occasion. The pastor Rev. Lewis D. I and the sharp needle point The couple will reside in Gaines-, Next Thursday students will Attys. for PIf. 1 13 4t 55;
Haines, and Mrs. Haines, were ville. I participate in a field day. -
picture arrangement of a pink nylon I frogs make, excellent ones. Condition super- I
net parasol decorated with __ 0 __ honored with a surprise party for I flowers by cutting the vised by J. C. Hobbs, Leonard ,
pink and white florettes. Baptist Women Pay Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief of their 25th wedding anniversary. I stems on a slant and submerge Brooker Circle MeetsIn Register, J. B. Dick, Miss Nina FOLKS! DON'T FORGETWE

The parasol as standing on a Surprise Honor To the State Farm announce the Mrs. R. A. Green, president, con- them in water up to their heads Mrs. Green's HomeThe Bishop, Mrs. Cleo Andrews and
engagement and approaching mar- ducted the business Miss Florence
base which was graced with gar- meeting duringthe for a few hours or overnight Jennings.
Minister And WifeRev.
lands of pink flowers and puffs of riage of their daughter, Jimmie luncheon hour. It was votedto Completely submerge foliage. Cut Lubedia Pinhoster Circle i Judges for the events will be
Juanita, to 'Joseph Stevens Walker change the date of the M. C. Thompson,
illusion. this business. i Hugh Ingramand A BAKERY
Balancing flowers should IN
arrange- and Mrs. Lewis D. Haines never be in a draft. !in Brooker met at the home of
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and : : Tom
ment were four silver program meeting from the Casey. .
single can- were delightfully surprised when She made three types of arrangements Mrs. Wilson Green Tuesday, July -
dle holders Walker Sr. of Jacksonville.The third Tuesday of each month to II Gibson said parents and othersare
holding .tall burning : moribana, free stand- STARKE
they were feted at the. regular 12, with Mrs. Joyce Castlin, president
wedding will take place the first of the invited to attend the field
pink tapers. Around the base of Baptist WMU luncheon Tuesdayin Tuesday month, ing or symmetrical, and seven I presiding. day
Saturday evening. August 27, at with the Circles : activities.
the third
the holders taking
were of pink point. The hostess
nylon was Mrs. H. The devotional given by
honor the Haines' was
of twenty-
net and showers of narrow fifth wedding anniversary.As 7:30: o'clock in the First Baptist: Tuesday.One I II I M. Richarde. I Mrs. Frank Tinny and Mrs. L. Achievement awards for field Goods Baked Fresh Daily]

pink satin ribbon. Large silver Church, Starke. of the highlights was a talk day activities will be awarded to

trays held beautifully decorated the Haines entered the Miss Moncrief attended the I by Samuel Ho from Hong Kong, Miss Dobbs Honored I Dyal.After the business meeting, Mrs. students Friday morning July 29. GLAZED DONUTS EACH

petitfours and open face sand- Baptist Recreation Hall where the University of Florida where she,I,China. Mr. Ho is a student at : With Wilson Green conducted a discus- I Next week will complete the DAY
luncheon was served, the approx- was a member of the Kappa Delta Bridal ShowerAt
'wiches. Stetson University in DeLand, having sion of community missions. ,eieht-week Summer Program,
As the guests arrived they were mately in 60 members and guests sorority.Mr. I been brought to the United : Legion BuildingMiss i The next meeting is scheduled which began June 6. Friday.

greeted at the door by Mrs. J. W. joined singing "Happy Anni- : Walker I is a graduate of the I States: as a WMU scholarship stu- : i for August 16 at the home of ,July 29, is the final day.

Kincaid and presented to the receiving versary. They received a corsage -University of Florida where he is,' I Eloise Dobbs, whose mar- Mrs. Howard Douglas. I

line composed of Mrs. seated.and boutonnaire before being a member of the Beta Theta Phi dent.He will return to Stetson as a riage to James Starling of Law- I II I McGarvev And Green XIRASPECIAL
fraternity. tey will be an event of this weekend -
Mural Card er. Miss Nina Bishopand sophomore this fall. Ultimately, Moncrief Steps Down Elected To Soil JobsSam
Mrs. Hogan ,Smith. Miss The tables were arranged in a No invitations are being issued he expects to return to China as a I was the inspiration for a
U shape with the central table lovely bridal shower Monday eve- As Hospital OfficerJ.
Madge Middleton invited th'e for the wedding or for the recep- medical missionary. McGarvey ana L. J. Green
,having as a centerpiece a unique ning in the American Legion Hall.
guests ,to the tea table. Presidingat tion which will immediately foj- During this summer he is serv- ] will serve four year terms as
the silver double wedding ring arrangementof low in the recreation building, but Hostesses for the affair were
coffee service were ing as a missionary speaker for supervisors for the Bradford Soil
floral foam with silver ribbon Mrs. Fred Mrs. Carl
Mrs. all friends and relatives in-
George Roberts of Lawteyand are the Royal Ambassador Camps con- Conservation District.
tied to button chrysanthemums Hunter, Mrs. Denver Devrick,
Mrs. VV. C. Powell. Serving vited to attend. ducted for Baptist boys in Florida. They were chosen in an elec-
representing the diamond. The Miss Joyce Ward, Mrs. F. L. Wat- '
at "
punch a separate table were tion last week. Green '" .
Mrs. "rings" were placed on a base of J terson, Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Mrs. Fate was re- ...
A. Bishop Jr., Mrs. Ber- elected while McGarvey fills the t" -
floral foam covered with silvered Brown, Mrs. Walter Howell, Mrs. I \
non Silcox. Mrs. T. G. Ritch and seat of V. R. Ferguson, who did ""tylp
:Mrs. Joe magnolia leaves and cones. Ira Wilson and Mrs. Paul Faulk-
ValinskL .q
seek re-election. There are
In front of this arrangementwere
Assisting in serving and caring the figures "25" in floral ner.The bride's table was attrac- five supervisors in the district. /
i !
for the I \
guests were Mrs. H. C. foam. Down the entire length of tive with a lovely white lace cloth -

Brown Mrs. Pauline Torode, Mrs. the banquet tables were placed I and centred with a low bowl hold- C of C Meeting I 6... "

George Roberts Jr.. Mrs. Merrill clusters of' silvered magnolia' Will be nice to see Rev. Bob to see that Jim and Eunice Mon-I ing pastel gladioli. The center- \

leaves and cones and casino and Sommer back in the pulpit at the crief have started on I piece was balanced with burning J. H. Moncrief, hospital super I The Starke Chamber of Commerce -

NOTICE interspersed with white, pompoms. Methodist church Sunday after an their new home on West Madison I white tapers in crystal holders. ,visor at the State Farm since ,' board of directors will hold

Following the luncheon several absence of five weeks receiveda It'll be on the lot that they I Each of the hostesses and honored !1934, this week retired after 30 its regular meeting Monday July
To'The Nicest Ada" Colson :filled in and improved several I in I 23; at 1:30: p.m. in the Chamber
People In impromptu speeches were given. card from "Miss guest wore gladioli corsages 'years of state service.

The'orld Rev. and Mrs. Haines have spent postmarked Tucson, Ariz. correct- years ago. pastel hues.Appropriate. I, Moncrief, a licensed medical ,I office. Pres. Jerry Gay requests
almost half of their married life ing us in that she is leaving Tuc- It's twin girls for the Milo games were played 'technologist, will join the staff of all board members be present.
CUSTOMERS in this parish.As son (not Texas, as we had in a Smiths of Lawtey who also havean during the evening and prizes 'II Dr. C. J. Houpt, Starke osteopath 0 ..
S PHIL'S RESTAURANTWill a memento of the occasion previous issue) on July 15 to older son and daughter 'were awarded to Miss Sylvia Paulk as hospital administrator. i -- - - -- -

be closed from the Haines were presented with a visit her daughter :Marjorie (Mrs.E. little brunette :Mary Ann weighedin 'and Miss Dobbs. Moncrief started his medical

Aug. 1 large silver lazy susan, two beau- ;. J.) Wilt in Long Valley, N. J. at" 8 1-2 pounds and redhead Miss Dobbs was: the recipient of ;work in 1924 at the State Hospital .PWIjISTARKE
To Aug. 27. tiful silver cake and sandwich for several months :Miss Ada Margaret Ann tipped the scalesat many lovely and useful gifts from in Chattahoochee when W- V. .

We trust you will bare with trays, and 30 pieces of their also quipped on her card that 7 lbs. 15 oz. the petite the 140 invited guests. Her Knott was superintendent.He. ]

us during our vacation. chosen silver service. there is no such scenery in Texasas darlin's were born on July 9 hostesses presented her with a was transferred to the State -

there is in Arizona that at Doctor's Hospital' hear that place setting in her chosen china Farm at Raiford in 1934 as hospital Sun.. :Mon., Tues.

Garnett and Phil Ladies Of Christian statement ought to bring up a Virginia Harris is the only one pattern and also the vegetable supervisor. Aside from his July] 24, 25, 26

good argument. who got some good shots of :Mrs. 'bowl of the same pattern as remembrance laboratory and X-ray duties, he DOUBLE FEATUREUNDERWATER-

Church Meet In Home Hear that Dr. D. L. Nix, form- Priest's kindergarten graduation | of the occasion. has assisted in over 4,000 major

Of Mrs. Novis Ward erly of the State Farm, who has class last month and if any proud j Among the out-of-town guests operations. MEN'S FORREST GREEN

been with the reserve unit of the parents of the members of the]were Mrs. Preston Fillmon and v IN TEChNICOLOR

COLONIALFLORIST Members of the Ladies Councilof U. S. Army, has been called into class want reprints of the exercises -I Mrs. Claude Moore of Tampa, Mrs. Bible School OpensAt With Gilbert Roland and Lori WORK PANTSAnd

the First Christian Church met active duty Carol Jennings, just get in touch with, her.]Alvin Atkinson, Mrs. Harvey Duf- Nelvm
Lawson, Hear that Leonard and Dooley fie Mrs. Mrs. Baptist ChurchThe
at the home of :Mrs. Novis Wardin Helen Haines, Agnes Tommy Crapps, Filmed in FLORIDA at
Saratoga Heights Nancy D\\ Pre and Clair Jean Smith' and son, Larry, are being I George Reeves, and Mrs. Clyde I
Tuesday night Bible
with 13 members :Mundy were at the Baptist G-A. transferred by the International Smith, all of Jacksonville, and First Baptist vacation SILVER SPRINGS

Mrs. VV. L. Andrews present.had chargeof camp at Swan Lake last week, Paper Co. from Panama City tot Mrs. Arch Dobbs of State Farm. I school will begin August 10.1 and AND SHIRTSBy
continue August Reg-
in Tampa DeFuniak Springs on Aug. 1st through
the Y.W.A.
at camp
PHONE 218. the given program.Mrs.The Ward devotionalwas this are week, and will be counselorsfor another big event for that :i BusinessVoman Unit istration will be held on July 29 Bad Day at Black
by from
weekend Adams I! I at 9:30: a.m., followed by a parade RockWith DICKIE
the third chapter of John. Prayerwas the Junior G.A.'s at the Bap Mjr. Herlong Entertained MondayMrs.

(j offered by :Mrs. Betty Sher- tist Assembly grounds at Tampa will be discharged from the Armyat through town. Anne Francis( and Dean

) wood. The topic of the programwas Bay for the next five weeks Camp Gordon on July 31st and Mildred Doyle, presidentof Mrs. Clyde Priest, principal, an- Jagger
Methodist Youth will resume his M.D. herein the following as depart-
"Love," and each member and attending the practice the Starke Business and Pro- nounces Plus Color Cartoon for Children PANTSValue
FLOWERSFor present had a short part on the Camp at Leesburg this week: are Starke Joalyce Graham is fessional Women's Club, was mental superintendents:

program. Randy Johns, Bob Smith, D. Ritch enjoying a stay of two weeks at hostess Monday evening to club Mrs. L. A. Canova, music director Wed., Thur. July 27, 28

All Occasions Also discussed the Green, Don Page, Flora Slade, Camp Weed hear the 10th Divi- members and their guests at a ; Mrs. Patsy Silcox, nursery; DOUBLE FEATURE
"What the Christian was question Carol Temple, Kathy Struth, sion, of which Pvt. Albert Stefen- covered dish supper at her home. Mrs. Mike Sheppard, beginners; 99

DISH GARDENS means in the community." Church Carol Ann Green, and Marcia elli is a member, landed in Germany Co-hostess for this occasion was Mrs. Russell Norman and Mrs. T. Stranger on Horseback i
Miller. last week. B. Harding, primary; Mrs. Charles
Plans were laid for all Mrs. Desta Dyal. After supper IN' TECHNICOLOR: .
POTTED PLANTS picnic at Kingsley Lake an, Friday day, Noted that Clara Starling is anew On the moving list recentlywe ih the yard, a brief business session Oakes, junior; Mrs. H.. A. Lawson, With Joel McCrea $4.50 L *

I clerk at Ducky's Starke store I find the :M. C. Thompsons, was held. intermediate.
POTTERYFlowers'Vired July 29. Mrs. Audry Kite is I
chairman.Mrs. while. Margaret Hersey and Louise (he's the new bandmaster) have j' SAND-
Johnson are clerking in Ducky'sat moved into the Ruby Conway I .
Moitt closed the meeting TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The Asphalt JungleWith
Keystone Heights Bette i house on Washington St. theJ. Whereas I. P. D. Reddish. by virtue of my office as Sheriff of Brad-
with prayer. Mrs. Ward served Florida. hold in custody certain unclaimed SHIRTSValue I
ford County have and my Sterling Haj den
down .
Anywhere delicious refreshments. Deas will be holding B. Dicks have rented one of the bond and evidence moneys which have come into mv hands prior to
'"' fort at Martha's next week while Martin cottages on Temple Ave. January 1, 1955. and which have not been claimed, and which are listedas Plus Cartoon for Children

Martha Ned Yancey and family Kenneth and follows, to-wit;
and Carolyn Fuqua,/
Nona St. Starke
\VO\V Circle MeetsIn are vacationing at Spring have moved into their new home ) Name of Defendant :Name of Dond"mantmount Fri., Sat. July] 29, 30 .49

Andrews Home Lake. see the Hugh Hutsons, in Pinehaven the J. T. Pollard Leroy Angus Irvin Hall Defendant Defendant $200.00 J23.00 DOUBLE FEATURE -

Jr. have moved into their new family has rented the Chief Alvarez Mrs. Angus Hall Defendant $200.00

Members of the Supreme Forest i Pinehaven home and the J. cottage on Bay St. while Elija L-ucian Pittman Blocker Defendant Defendant $25.00 J25.00 GO TO MARSWith $3.95 *

I Woodmen Circle met in the 0. McDaniels have moved into the former tenant, Rosa Phillips, ..1.V.. Wiggins Defendant $25.00 Bud Abbott and Lou Costello L

home of Mrs. W. L. Andrews Tues the Silcox upstairs apartment on I has moved out to her farm in Cordon L. f:. Ratliff Jones .. Defendant Defendant $3.50$2.25 AND -

day night for their regular social Clark St.Don.t Bradford County the C. L. Cecil Tyler Defendant $1.50
meeting. you get all excited when I Overturfs, Jr. have moved into I Austin Smith Defendant $25.00 Two Gun MarshalWith
Finis Melton Defendant $268.14ubrey i
Plans were made to help furn- you get one of those small envelopes -, their new home in Pinehaven and .-\ Logan Defendant $25.00 Guy Madison & Andy DevIse

ish the new WOW Hall, which is : in the mail which you just have noted that Eve Godwin's new I Willie W.Jorden Hall f Defendant Defendant $50.00 50.)0John Plus Serial Chap. 11 and Cartoonfor ROBBINS'I

to be built in the near future. know is an invitation to a partyor home on Blanding Blvd., just west Rufus A. Johnson, Jr. Defendant $1.85 Children

GaGmes were enjoyed and Mrs. somethin' well I know of of the J. M. Vickers', is going up I Dave Willie Crawford Turner Defendant Defendant $28.75$25.00 I I

Andrews served refreshments.The four individuals who in the past in leaps and bounds. i William Starling Defendant $25.00 -I _

next meeting will be in the month received such envelopes and Nina Bishop was toasted at a :; Jimmie William Lee W. Griffin Reeves Defendant Defendant $50.00$50.00 .

WOW Hall Tuesday night, July when opening them found nothingbut birthday dinner in her honor on ''I Elva Hampton Defendant $16.6i <>

26 at 8 p.m. Mrs. T. C. Chastain just a blank invitation July 10 at the Gold House I
bond and evidence moneysare
I i Notice is hereby given that unless such .
will preside, and all members are 4idn't have written on it who the helping to celebrate the affair I I claimed on or before the first day of September 1855. the same WEDDING .
asked to attend. party was for, where 'bouts or were :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, shall be forfeited to Bradford County Florida and shall be paid Into
\\ to the -
.. !I tire Fine and Forfeiture Fund of said County pursuant provisions
... I when soooo hostesses had bet- Dot and Bill Powell and family, of Section 116.21, Florida Statutes. 1953. Persons having or Here is good news for
/'}HE CotURtD PECCAR or ,_ ter take note and slow down a 'Buddy and Lil Bishop and son, ; claiming any interest In any of the aforesaid bond and evidence moneys be-
: ,
\ 0. shall file their written claims with me as Sheriff of said County
iSOUTHERN' UNHID OWW AND little bit and check their invitations !'I Mural Gardner and Hal Solem I fore September L 1955. and shall make sufficient proof of ownershipto BULLINGTON STUDIO &
MIX1CO H43 A MUSK POUCH.IT before mailing them will me as said Sheriff. Unless claim is filed within such time as aforesaid -
-- Patsy Coleman celebrated her 8th
)Bur nH4AI4rf Wash Your Clothes all claims in reference thereto are forever barred. GIFT SHOP
save a lot of disappointments. 6th with week during the month of 1
IGN Of' Ar U. birthday on July a partyfor This notice shall be published for one
-" Charlene Hardy, who was 14 July 1955 in the Bradford County Telegraph, a newspaper of general
20 of her friends and Louise
Has Special Gift for You
circulation in said County and State.Cien a ;lfl
BRIDES BIRTHDAYS 9 Pounds years old and Jerome Edwards, Tenly and Margaret BroVn gavea under my hand at Starke Bradford: County Florida, this Juy : \
who was 16 celebrated the occasions birthday party on July 8 18. 1935. I Your WEDDING PORTRAIT .. $, \ .
.Jt.v. .
For 40c! at a joint birthday party for Marvin Brown who was Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida.
It 7/22 ALBUM And Your X
jour gift-problems to the last Friday evening the Charles celebrating! his 16th anniversary

BULLINGTON: STl'DlOXD FREE Bleach If Desired! Hardys for 25 teenagers who enjoyed the 20 teenager guests enjoyed rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTyTfTTTTTTTTTYTTTTVTyyTTTEXPERT DIAMOND WEDDING RING

GIFT SHOP. We feature gifts games and delicious refresh- refreshments and games in which .
for every occasion gifts that eWe ments during the evening prizes were awarded to the win- BOTH For The Price 1 '. :' A. .

another joint birthday party was ners and last but not least, of 1':
different. Come in, :
are anytime .
Will celebrated Wednesday afternoonby little :Mike: White celebrated his WATCH REPAIRINGWe '
look around. We :Mike Chitty who is 8 years 1st birthday on July 11th. I The complete story ofour /j 1

guarantee )'ou'O be back againan Dry Your Clothes old and brother who will .
Wayne I erred in last
Sorry reporting Wedding in .7.r
[ : Put It In Perfect Running Order It Must Be :
again. be 7 old and on Monday I
years week that Harry Green had ,
Accurate When It Goes On A Rampage mounted in a beautiful wed- '
For 20cIn morning Joyce Denmark celebrated caught a 90-pound tarpon i Clean To Be 3 / J
FOR GIFTS YOU CAN GIVE her 5th birthday at a small Seems the big fish was actually I See US ding album you will cherish a i j .

WITH PRIDE, New Automatic Driers! party for a few of her little girl hooked by Chip Wainwright of lifetime included with the i' .f (fi a

LET BtUL.: GTo. "S BE friends. Penney Farms and Harry was a purchase of you wedding

YOUR: GLiDE.STUDIOADGIFTP. See Lib and Gil Newcomb and member of the party who helpedreel : Ladies and Gents Nationally i Advertised rings at BULLINGTON PHONE 265

sons back in town after a nice I in the big fish during the .1
vacation i I STUDIO & GIFT SHOP. Or Come In Today for Complete -
trip but they say the hour and 40 minutes it took to WATCHESWILLIAM'S

weather was hot even in Canada land him Others in the party
Details and see the
The Washeteria All the local Davy Crock-, were Vernice Thornton, Carol -'a

etts might well envy young David Baker Bill Seimer (all local) and JEWELRY Many Lovely Styles: to
Dyal whose fur hat is made froma Bob Wilson and Floyd Gnann of

temple Are. Starke ginu-wine coonskin cured by a Middleburg : 151 W. Call St. Phone 375AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Choose from. We will arrange -

relative and given to David and Seems to be all for now See Starke, Fla. I I 8 Easy Terms.
fashioned into a cap by his grand' I I you in the next I ,
mother, Mrs. T. L. Casey Nice -Carolyn I .


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1 6 _rrrr' I I _I Sf_J-fI-rrr frrJ .. JI IrSg' .._rfIItrgd"a" I'-Shi Ann and Jimmy Smith flew Mike and Wayne Chitty had as Receives Award Noted Policeman derver Avenue, Wilmington before the

to Stratford, Okla., last weekto guests last week, their cousins, ware. Dela-I 23 day of August 195s;
You are hereby notifies otherwise
the allegations of said
visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carolyn and Gary Sullivan of Wil- Suit for divorce and '! Complaint will be taken as confessed -

Foster Shi Smith and son, Step- liston. They also have as guests Bradford Native, minor children has been filed by you. ,
against you in the above named This
notice shall be published
hen, left for Stratford on Wednes- this week their cousins, Peggy and Court and cause and you are required once each week for four consecutive i
day by automobile to get their Joan Crenshaw of Ocala. Marries July 10A to serve a copy of your answer weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I
or pleading to the complainton graph.
daughter and son and visit rela- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas and the Plaintiffs Attorney Dated this 16 day of July: 1955.
tives and will also drive throughthe children of Inverness were recent Starke native, who as a I Wm. D. :Morgan 507 Clark Build- i(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Miami Ing. Jacksonville. Florida. I L Clerk of the Circuit
policeman, captured assassin Court
Smokey Mountains enroute guests of Mrs. Zena Brown. and file the original in the office of ,By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
home. I Joseph Zangara in the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I'1
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. DeLacey of '/!! 4Il!

.1_pJ-rt I I I I rllll I I'' 4 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wallace of Ocala and Mr. and :Mrs. LeonardGill I attempted shooting of Pres. I IWIXTER'S

;and Mrs. J. C. Martin of Mr and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of West Palm Beach were Sunday and son, Randy, of Auburn- Franklin D. Roosevelt, was married I
night Mr. and Mrs. W. '' in St Petersburg recently.He FROZEN FOOD
Fort McCoy spent the weekend Oviedo and son, LL Harold Jordan guests of dale were weekend guests of Mr. CENTER
is S. G. Red
( ) Crews
I' G. Haile Sr.
and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Mr. and
with Mrs. R. F. Young. of Key West, were overnight
I husky six-footer who is related Thanks the
of last week of Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin Haile and :Mrs. Paul Faulkner. many people living in Starke who answeredour
Miss Betty Jane Henry of At- guests Wednesday to Sheriff P. D. Reddish and other
three daughters returned to their Kenneth Clark of Jacksonvillewas ad and subscribed to
lanta was the weekend guest I of Mrs. T. J. Griffin. The Jordans III Bradford County citizens. our "AMANA FOOD PLAN"

Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. left 'Thursday for Boston, Mass.. home three in weeks Miami vacation last Friday at after visiting his parents, :Mr. and I Crews on July 10 married Lorraine ,; They recommend us to 'YOU!' One of our Food Consultants
where will visit Mr. and Mrs.L. Kings- Mrs. I. E. Clark last Thursday.Miss .
Miss Carolyn Edwards, James E. Jordan they Jr. for two weeks. ley Lake and visiting his parents, Frances Arrintton of Atlanta I I Van Voorhees of Miami at live in Starke Mr. R. A. Craven.

High and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie (Mr. and :Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. the St Petersburg home of Crews' I

Sapp of Gainesville spent the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone spent Mrs. W. E. Bradley of Miamiis W. Sinclair this week. !I sister, Mrs. A. G. Meister. Contact .
weekend fishing at Gulf Ham- the past week in Greenville. pa., I Marilyn Cox, daughter of Mr. and Crews joined Miami's police
sister B.
visiting her Mrs. J. Mr. and :Mrs. George :Miller
nock.Mr.. visiting friends and relatives.Mr. this week. Mrs. E. L, Cox of Starke, has received force in 1925. Six times he arrested -
Sapp friends WINTER'S
spent last week visiting FROZEN FOOD CENTER
.-and Mrs. H1. L. Hill of Val-' and Mrs Tyler Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and I and relatives in :Marion, Ala., and the PE'pslCoIaIerit mobster Al Capone for

dosta, Ga., were weekend guestsof family were vacationing the past son, Buzzy, were iA Miami from Newman, Ga.Cornelius Award for outstanding \\ork in "vagrancy," since police could 4551 St. Johns Ave. Jacksonville
weeks in Miami and Fernan- her community. She is a member find no greater charges. Capone Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae two Wednesday to Friday where they :Moore returned home '
I of the Methodist Youth Fellowship -
later served time for evading
Sr. dina Beach. went to get their daughter, Lu. Saturday after 26 days in St.
and won the Rotary taxes, but he was never Convicted
who has been attending summer Vincent's Hospital, where he underwent .

"Every Visitor An Honored Guest" band camp at the University. of surgery. Citizenship grade. She Award has been in the active eighth in of Crews a major was crime.assigned as a spe-\ _',' l : -' _' '.=-. -_ __ _-' ::-:':==!\f' ':.'_ .: -='. ._-. ",

Miami. :Mrs. C. B. Midkiff and childrenof I
CHURCH !-II for six years, aII ramp\ for the
FIRST BAPTIST cial motorcycle escort car
and Mrs. Jack Haile
Mr. and
Kingsport, Tenn., are spendingthis
counselor for three, and a camp Roosevelt while
of president-elect
HAMPTON FLA. son, Mike, of Miami will spend week with Mr. and Mrs. \ I
junior lifeguard for one. She now Roosevelt was on a Miami visit I ]
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bias.
Don E. Hill Supt. is teaching swimming with the in 1933. With the Roosevelt partywas I
10 A.M.
School while
Sunday W. G. Haile Sr. enroute to Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining haveas J
Training Union 7 P.M. Edward Saxon, Director North Carolina for two weeks :Miss Louise Donaldson summer school program. Mayor: Arton Cermak of I
Chicago. Dedicated To Community Service _
MARVIN FAILE, Pastor vacation.Mr. Of Decatur, Ga., for two weeks .I DK2 and Mrs. Lyle Anderson I II "MoTlea Are Better Than E'er"If

Sermons On July 2-1 and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and and J. C. Vining of Valdosta, Ga., I and children of Chincotheague, Zangara, an Italian immigrant
Hear family were visiting :Mr. and Mrs. for one week. Va., arrive today for two weeks ,was seated on the second row of you find your name concealed in the Florida
11A.M. "Foundation For Fruitful Christian Life" Fred Leonhard in Keystone Waters benches as Roosevelt addressed acrow'd Theatre Ad
:Mr. and Mrs. W. L. furlough with Mr. Anderson's parents cut ad out and it
present to Box Office for
8 P.M.-"The Big Payoff Heights on Sunday.Mr. and daughter, Claire, of Reids- :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson. of 10,000 in Bayfront Park. FREE TICKETS

SPECIAL MUSIC AT BOTH SERVICES and Mrs. W. E. Green were ville, Ga., will be weekend guestsof They will all spend the first week He cut loose with a number of SAT. JULY 23 ONLY I Sunday. :Monday, Tuesday

vacationing in South Florida .last Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly.Mr. 10f August at the Denmark cot- shots missing Roosevelt although i DOUBLE FEATURE -

week. : and Mrs. M. H. Williams ;;tage on Kingsley Lake. I II fatally wounding Cermalk. Iti I ; July 2t, 25, 26

Mrs. Charles E. Knight of of Eustis spent the weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland was Crews who grabbed the gun '' I II I

TOBACCO SELLS HIGHERAT Gainesville visited :Mrs. D. E. their son and daughter-in-law, I Jr spent the weekend in Ocala t from Zangara. :,I Ij j l "." "I! I : .
executed Rai-1
Knight and Hollis Knight on Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams.Mrs. I[and Silver Springs. Zangara was at mTh

LIVE OAK FLORIDA Clifford Geiger and Mrs. I Mrs. H.V.. Townsend of At- ford for the crime. His body is :,
Carter of Miami is Ethel Reed of Green Cove Springswere lanta and daughter, Mrs. L. V. II buried at the State Prison. 1'lMIILY

Tobacco Averaged $55.42 in 1951 at Live Oak's Market spending two weeks with his visiting friends here Tues- Lowber and five children of Monroe Crews is no longer with the I'

Where 12,765,122 Pounds Sold for $6,733,841.42The uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. I Wash., spent Thursday to Miami police force. His hobby of I

K. Tyus. day.Mr.. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and i Saturday with Mrs. Townsend's I,refinishing fire arms has grown .

Highest Price Average in the F1orida-Ge rgia Belt Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson and family spent Sunday at Silver other daughter, Mrs. Albert Lee I to the point where; he has the

THERE IS A REASON FOR TillS HIGH AVERAGE family had as guests at Spring Springs. Crosby Jr. and family. I:second largest electroplating concern -
:3 SETS WAREHOUSE OPERATORS WHO KNOW Lake last week, Mr. and :Mrs. Suzi and Steve Broadway are I} Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Thomas of I in the South. ,

TOBACCO HOW TO,SELL IT FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR Henry :McKelvy of Daytona spending two weeks in St. Peters-j IMiami are spending this week with I:\OTICK OF FOHKCLOSVHK SILK1 I II

Beach. burg visiting relatives.J. I Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale. I Notice is hereby given that the i i u*

9 Warehouses 2 Sets Buyers and Graders Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller E. Mundorff is visiting Cot I Mrs. T. J. Griffin is, in :I(undersigned,! under, as and Clerk by of virtue the Ciruitourt of th- i I II Plus "Back Alley Uproar" Car-

Get The High Dollar Sell At Live Oak had as guests at Santa Fe Lake and Mrs. W. H. Mundorff in Ta- I ville at the home of Jackson-I'Final Decree of Foreclosure herl'to'I I MAN unarm Axntn I
last weekend :Mr. and :Mrs. Bill vares. i law and daughter, Dr. I fore entered in that certain caust' I r LAUD'SCOTT- KENNEIJY toon and Latest World News
of the
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Tilley and family of Starke and :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts were |C. C. Mendoza for several weeks I pending Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida I \

HAVE FUN AT LIVE OAK Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley and in Atlanta over the weekend attending 'I'[while Mrs. Mendoza is on a Scan- I I in and for Bradford County, 10-In IRELAND TedSSoolor VAN PATEL
son of Jacksonville.Mrs. the Southeastern Gift,!dinavian tour through Norway 707 Chancery in which being Swift & Company a A
4 BIG SATURDAY W. H. Hart and daughter, Show at the :Municipal Auditor- 'and Sweden and taking a North I corporation. Is plaintiff, and H. H. WILLIAM DIETERLE I Wed., Thurs. July 27. 28
Green, Jr. and his \wife, Lucille E. SemnpUj b*jttui Mmtpk UCM.C n t fimi miCnp
Kay, of Starke and Mrs. Hart'ssisterinlaw I Cape cruise. Enroute home Mrs. 11. Greene. W.0 cit FraBtSu ytrG rpP 1
JULY 23 JULY 30 AUG. 6 AUG. 13 Green also known as H. m rt 1I I -
Mrs. W. C. :Manning, ium.John Arthur Torode was in 'Mendoza will stop off for a five I II Jr. and his wife, Lucille E. Greene, I j Cmp W.Gmp A rAJUUOVNT BOW I vM.G.M's t
Florida D. J. Charbonneau. a i MERRIEST MUSICAL!
FEATURING THE SUWANNEE RIVER' JAMBQJIKE and children of Jacksonville returned Daytona Beach last Friday at- day motor tour of Scotland. !widow also known as Mrs. Edward AND

A Three Hour Show of C.oUDtryIn..lc:: and Fun home Sunday after six tending a meeting of the Florida I l;. Charbonneau, also known a- I -it:
weeks vacation in Provo and Salt Florida Charbonneau, and Citizens i, i \ FRANK SINATRA
Petroleum :Marketers Assn., of I I JUNGLE TERRORS! \
FREE TO ALL- 8:00 P. :M.: FOOTBALL FIELD Magazine Of Rotary Bank of Gainesville andV. S.I AFRICAN
Lake, Utah and in the Yellow- which he is a director. j llivers. are defendants will offer ] KATHRYN GRAYSON.L
'I for sale and sell at pub',: outcry to
stone National Park. Gainesvilleis Discussed At Meet I
FREE liVESTOCK FOR TOBACCO GROWERS Billie Lee Bryan of the highest and best bidder for i-ash 1 *
FREE STREET DANCES JULY 28 AND AUGUST 11 I :Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lawterof spending this week with her 1 at 4he South door of the Courthouse .a & GENE KELLY _
Spartanburg, S. C., were week- i A discussion of the many interesting !of Bradford County in the City "t i t;
cousin, Charlene Hardy.
CASH BALL QUEEN Starke, Florida, on the 1st day of I
end guests of Mrs. Carrie Ingram.Mr. Chase Hardy is in Gainesvillethis I features of The Rotar- August 1955, at the hour of 12:00 I

These And Other Entertainment Yours During Lawter was stationed at week with his grandmother, 'ian, official publication of RotaryI o'clock Noon the situate following in Bradford described -
TilE 1935 SUWANNEE UIrnU..} y Camp Blanding and roomed with Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. I International, was given at the1i County Florida: I
Mrs. Ingram during the war. Von- i Wednesday luncheon of the Starke Southeast Quarter of Southwest /J/p !
and daughter,
J. F. Clardy Quarter of Section 27. Township
TOBACCO FESTIVALAll Mrs. J. D. Mathews returned by overnight guests Tuesday -(Rotary Club by Col. R. H. Kelley. 6 South, Range 20 East continuing COlOIn .
ceil, were TEcHrncoLOfltk
plane Tuesday after spending -;| Now living in retirement at 40 acres more or less 4 1
other daughter ,
of Mr. Clardy's said property being sold to satisfy KP81NT *)
three weeks with her brother, I. Melrose Col. was the first I
Sponsored By TIlt"SUWANNEE and family Kelley said Final Decree. |
Mrs. Carl Hunter, II __'_ -', __ :2i
C. Roberts. in Port Arthur, Tex. I commanding officer at Camp I Dated this 20 day of July, 1955 I,I .2. --:
COUNTY CHAMBER: OF COMMERCE: enroute from Las Cruce,
:Miss Barbara while (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Plus "Ghost! Town" Cartoon and
Lang of Long Blanding in the early days of
in Clerk Circuit Court
M. their home Zephyr- .
N. to I ..
Beach, Calif., is spending the summer ]World War II. He was introduc-I I Bradford County. FloridaIt -" Latest! World News

with her uncle and aunt, :Mr. hills.Mr.. and :Mrs. Bill Graham and .ed by Col. T. T. Long, who had I 7/22 \ Plus "Treasure Jest" Cartoon,

and Mrs. Bill Sapp. I are spending two weeks at(charge of the program. I II I xoTirn; OF T.1(11': \LIK\TIO\ I II and 'hap. No. 1, Serial "Black

Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Gentry and family on Kingsley I Rotary President T. H. Slade I The City Council- the City of I Arrow"M. COMING SOONInterrupted
the Alvarez cottage 1 I Starke Florida will meet at the
daughter Vira Jean, returned Lake. The D. A. Monteiths, who !j announced the appointment of R. I City Hall, in the City Clerk's office!'
after E. Edmondson Institutional at 7 P.M., on Tuesday the 2nd day i i MelodyCHECKERBOARD
Sunday spending the past the Alvarez : as :of G. MCMILLAN
have been occupying : August, A.D. 1935 as:: a Board of t
two weeks in Pineville, Ky., as will stay at the Graham :Representative to Boy Scout I II ;Equalizers for the purpose of heal I -
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and Mrs. Gentry attended the and Mrs. V. C. Bridges have 'named Merit Badge Counselor. ,ty, real or personal or mixed as j
Shrine's Convention from the 11th their son for the Troop. I:fixed by the Tax Assessor for the i II II . 11.& .
for PM-feoJflIt had as guests last week year 1955 against the owner. 01 CIlli.i EI&fI. . .
to 14th in Chicago. Miss Gentry and daughter-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. j It was also announced that I,'agent of such property. |
remained in Kentucky with the children of District Governor Joe Drummond I (OFFICIAL SEAL) James A. Lewis
Willis and
Thomas Chairman of City Council
f" ( Lawsons.Mr. Seequachi, Tenn. of Jacksonville will pay his affi- City of Starke, Florida 4_ e

and Mrs. Glenn Jacksonville cial visit to the Starke club on Carl Johns
Conner and Harold Mills of City Clerk
a1; 1r'I Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. are sepnd- Beach spent Tuesday to Satur- I[I Wednesday August 3. A Club 7/22 2t 7/29 NEWSBy
ing this week in Atlanta Jerome Ed- Assembly will be held that evening -
Ga., and day of last week with CALL FOR IIIDS s"
I. Asheville, N. C., visiting friends wards. at the officers club at Camp I Sealed Bids will be taken up to Jim Chasteen :

relatives. ;Blandmg.I 10:00 o'clock August 1, 1955 for
and of Plant City
Mrs. Grace Pearce furnishing to the Board of County
Tommy and Larry Yarbray of was the weekend guest Of Mrs. I Commissioners of Bradford County, BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN

Atlanta are spending a month J. H. Fields. And spending a few Tobacco Festival I I Florida 70 Cocos Australis Palm Trees 1 10m& Cherry Sts. Stork, Fin _, -
with their grandparents, Mr. and days this week with Mrs. Fieldsis 4-5 feet high and the plant-

:Mrs. George D. Stauffer. Larry Mrs. Harold Ford or Cocoa. Set At Live Oak ing places of these in palms Bradford in designated County.-

) underwent an emergency appendectomy Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and The Board reserves the right to YOUR HENS CAN FEED r SEW FOLKSI
at Doctor's last Mrs. J. H. Fields I reject any or all bids. -
Hospital son Herby, and The first of three big free Tobacco Board of County Commissioners had the pleasure of meetingMr.

4t1 -, F] Thursaay. k and house guest, Mrs. Harold I Festival programs will be OFFICIAL Bradford County, Florida YOUR PULLETS and Mrs. J. R. Hixson. Theyare
.. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Dampierand Ford spent Tuesday afternoon in S held at the high school athletic I By Charles A.) Darby, Clerk. the new owners of the "Ole

children, Prue and Stevie, of Jacksonville.Mrs. I field in Live Oak Saturday night, 7/22 2t 7/29 ,.'.\. Jeff Lewis Place" out on the

Jacksonville were last Friday H. C. Bollinger and daugh- 'iJuly 23, starting at 7:30 o'clock i, XOTICE TO APPEARIn t Brownlee Road. I would like to
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.ampier. ters and Mrs. R. C. Crosby are '! Circuit Court,
A cordial invitation to all citi- ;| Bradford County, say to you Mr. and Mrs. Hixson,
,.. ) spending three weeks visit'dg' 'II Floridat In Chancery. I
Bradford wish
zens of Starke and Clayton J, Hollenbeck Plaintiff you the best of every-
t V :.If YOU TRADE NOW Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hood of friends and relatives in Ohio. Mrs. .{County to enjoy the fun has been ;t Helen G. ilollenbeckDefendant.. thing in all your undertakings.
Clewiston in Case No.
and daughter, Miss Bollinger and daughters are .issued I by Louie C. Wadsworth )fi Xotlre To AppearTo li-10-92
; : Louise Hood of Jacksonville. were Greenville and Delphos while Mrs. .. WORMY PIGS
(president of the Suwannee Coun- : Helen (; Hollenbe k. who!','
for a tf(IJ-- Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.T. Crosby is in Toledo, Dayton and 1|I ty Chamber of Commerce. The residentand addrcsc i". 903 Van

B. Harding. Lima.bidiig. L ,,
b Suwannee: River Jamboree, under | ;

,;!. :J. t 1i i I the direction of Nashville country: ;- :

music star, Jack Henderson, will .,

Oil FlootFurnace1here's provide free entertainment for !!
.jrqiirq How are your hens laying right
the entire family for the next four
Saturday nights. j now? In flocks we've seen 10 i

S F per cent 20 per cent, or 30
Five registered bulls and 10
1! money In that old stove or other heating equip- registered boars will be, given cent of the old hens could be
We'll I I I culled without the owners miss-
; pay you just to TRADE early, and guarantee ) away to tobacco growers duringthe -

yourself "central heating" comfort this winter! Hurry **. Festival Jamboree programs. { ing a single egg. Don't you
I-offer good for limited time only! 9 think it's time to cull out the Did you know that one wormy
Gate prizes will also be featured i
I loafers from your flock? pig wastes: 2 bu. corn, 15 tbs.
Other festivities include two'
I STRENGTH! Culling is not a hard job, but of supplement and takes up to
Get One Of These Coleman Oil Floor Furnaces street dances scheduled for the two
.- I courthouse square in Live Oak j|I it's one that is easy to put off. more weeks to market; but
;L'-' w w < the Of July 28'' But those loafers are eating you can worm that pig for a few
.and GUARANTEE YOURSELF Winter Comfort S -5 Thursday evenings
I" their pennies the Purina Way.
heads off and
t and August 11. Music will be > your pull-
i::: 2:$ at home, ., provided by Claude Bedenbaugh ets need feed that could be We have some worms on display
KMM b f To Nta! withColeman's !JJ in
our store
.','$ and his Florida Orange Pickers McCULLOCH bought with money the culls came
"SuperGKmlaUoa1"oil '. I Virginia would bring. Culling sounds from Mr. Guy Parish's pigs
'" c and Jim and Jesse and the -
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floor furnace. R -he t3 air. \ 'fw -' I SUPER wormed with
S -; I like a common sense poultry Purina's Pig
circulates it 85% fastu.I \ A communDyspirtis 1 I Boys.Young Wormer. AIkfr..
strong practice, don't think? Parrish what
tobacco :
Spreads ladies, 16 to 25, of you

I!comer Never warmth lets to floor-level farthest \' necessary to increase local "> I I I growing families, are eligi- ; If you don't know how to cull, kind did of for a job him.Purina Pig Wormer -

\fir let coldt Coleman Low. \ ble to enter the Suwannee River maybe we could teach you.

|t>raU burner wings EXTRA \ c.S. wealth and prosperity. Our ownS Tobacco Queen contest sponsoredby 33 There's no obligation. Whetheryou HEALTH HINT

heat from oil! .5 S' SS\'S .$ the Live Oak Jaycees. Final ( are a Purina feeder or not I
... merchants need our patronage. entry date has been extended we will be more than glad to Now's the time to begin your

f fa* *.#;<., or Dual Wall Mod And they can usually serve us II through August 1. and registration ; help you with your culling prob-I fight against flies on your farm.

els. Take no "living" space S S .5 S blanks are available at the Cham- j, New Horsepower lem. You'll really save money, Every fly killed now represents

I instaU easily. Dual wall model ; better than strangers con.Let's ber of Commerce in Live Oak. 0 New Wrap-around Handlebar if you regularly cull your flock. millions of flies later in the year.

(right) fits in wall between .. S efforts The Queen will be announced at I New TO help keep production high
all unite in our t tS to Engine FeaturesFLORIDA
two rooms. Both models cir _ the Festival Jamboree programon this year start now on a sound

culate heat throughout home. P' (? ; build up the financial strength August 6. GROUP :MEETINGS: Fly Control Program to k"',

x -- Ih extending the ,invitation I stock comfortable, happy and

See FREE demonstration today of ovrhcm_ .community.i President Wadsworth said, "We We are going to hold meetings free from flies.
are p.t>i.d of the excellent records [ at our warehouse July 26, We have powetful Purina
foty Ttrmt-3 y.on (o Po/J' ... set by the Live Oak market, and 27, 28, 29, 30, at 4 P.)(. For Sprays

Pay as i tWo< is our way of saying thanksfor those, of you interested in a For Runs

2.50 the past and continued pa- profitable poultry, hog, beef operation For Milk Cow

little as per \\k. tronage of Florida tobacco grow- come on out You don'tWant For Stock Cattle

ers." to miss these meetings.The For Poultry House,,

SAWCOMPANY hog meetings will be on the For Homes

( 'FLORIDA BANK STARKE Family Reunion 26 29, and 30; poultry meetingon Including the wonderful new

GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESPhone 27; and the beef cattle meeting -I "dry" killer you sprinkle on the

A family reunion of all descendants on the 28. I I floor. It draws flies and kills
Member Florida National Group 2727 N. W. 6th St. F them in
just a few minutes.
10 i" of Matt A. B. Howardto
Court & Madison Sts. b
honor his only living child Gainesville, Florida JIM
Stark'e Fla. Frank M. H9ward of McAlpin CHASTEEN

will be held July 31 at Strickland'sLanding il Ph.: Franklin 63111AkAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj . .. '. .-'.'- '. -
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\ ,,; a,' of the trade and know how to they looked like the watches Being unable to really evaluate : ,. : '
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': ,,; perhaps some actual cases frdm jewelry. store dealers at a higher little and caring less about the -I I i
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;' ., ." A factory worker told the Bet- ended with appearance. The man who makes a little worse -
,1- :C: ter Business Bureau that he watches being sold at "discount" and sells a little cheaper.
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,:Y' I' bought a room air conditioner were inferior. They are easy victims to the '
...'. ," ., ) >- ... through an employe organization Another case involved a "dis- appeal of high "list" prices (which ..
; '. ;';/ :: at a wholesale, price of three hun count house" that used a meth- don't mean a thing) and seeming-
;:' 'i.\. ; dred dollars but later learned he od of billing customers by ly "low" selling prices and falseR
',: ;{ could have bought it at a retail showing on the statement the or misleading "wholesale" or '
,.;, store for $269.95. "wholesale price of the item "discount" claims.
I purchased, immediately beneath The use of high "list" ,
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; which appeared an added charge 4whether: in the sale of automo'J
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,: !r.: at its wholesale price. How of "10 per cent, with the total of < biles, milk of magnesia, or mattresses '"'
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have owed by the purchaser. public in the.determination. of .
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,J. ., ::: .. thing from a furniture store at It simply isn't possible to have the merchandise, you had better \ r ,__'
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had paid "wholesale." is no magic in merchandising. For in any kind of buying, you .': :.t
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Mrs. Nora Layfield is visitingfor 'walk on crutches. This is where Bethune-Cookman College, Day-
-- HAMPTONBy a few weeks in Clearwaterwith he'll have to "walk alone." tona Beach. Rev. Dell is a teacher -

her daughter, Mrs. H. C. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Church News of social studies at RJ E. high

CHURCHES Jernigan, and will attend her Mt. Vernon Methodist Church, school.
Mrs. D. E. Hill
grandson's wedding there Satur- Ozora Johnson, EditorAALAAAAAAALALLAAAALAAAALAALAAALLAAAAAAALA Rev. J. L. Milton, pastor, will hold Stephen and Lula Singleton enjoyed -

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day.Mr. .
RESIDENT :: and Mrs. J. E. Toles and 'TTTTTT.Adult feast will be administered by the wife and their three children --

Miss Sara Rucker of Rome, Ga., ,pastor on Sunday morning and at Marguerite, Victoria Clarence and
DIES IX OCALAMr. Class his family. He and his wife of '
Worship Service Set At The Tabernacle arrived in Hampton Sunday fora a 3 p.m. The Gospel singing group Harold for more than a week
Mary King, 75, a We are !Still! enrolling adults at few days are residing in Pleasant
two-week vacation in Florida. from Gainesville will be featuredin They hail from West Palm Beach.While
In Methodist ChurchThere resident of Hampton until two RJ.E. and adult City. The
Lawtey for the new bride is a grad-
moment of in this section Florida
Inauguration of a Mr. and Mrs. Toles are the par- concert. According to B. J. of
I years died Sunday evening classes. The uate of Jones School
ago evening Or-
registrationfee ,
prayer for government and leaders ents of Mrs. Marvin Faile. Kelly you will miss a treat if you the entire family visited Marine-
will be.a union evening in Ocala at the home of her is lando, but
$2 for the
entire term. before moving to Starke
i- formed a prelude to the morning i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Toppiiffe of do not hear this singing group. land studios and many points of
worship service at the First daughter, where had been resided with
she her
hour of worship at the Taber- Green Cove Springs were week- The classes in shorthand and brother in Rai- The admission is free but a interest in St. Augustine.
Methodist Church Sunday nightat living recently. ford Station.
nacle Sunday. end visitors at :Mrs. T. F. Brown's typing11 be taught by Bettie silver offering will be collected. Roberts Death

8 o'clock.Rev. The Christian and American Funeral services for Mrs. King [home. Mr. Toppliffe, from Philadelphia Home, who will be head of the Sgt. Alvin Jenkins Jr. was joined -I All members and friends in the We regret to report the deathof

R. D. Sommer, pastor of 'Flags formed a proper setting, were held Tuesday afternoon at Pa.,' is stationed at the Business Education Dept. of in matrimony on this same dayto II XI'Rh'er, Brooker and Starke the mother of Maceo Roberts

the hostess church, will presideand martial music followed by prayer Santa Fe Cemetery with burial naval base at Green Cove Springs, R.J.E. According to Principal Gloria :Mae Tyson of Starke. areas are invited to attend the She resided in Sanderson. Ma\ -
will be assisted by Rev. J. E. and the of there beside her husband. Eddie Thompkins, she will She is the youngest daughter of
singing one. stanza of I and is :Mrs. Brown's great-nephew. reportfor I services. Holy Communion will belle Estella Roberts, his wife
Sherwood. The Methodist Youth "My Country 'Tis Of Thee" completed Besides her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Ola M. Perkins has rented duty around August 1. Roosevelt and Diana Tyson anda be served at the morning worship is the principal of Wateroak El.'-

Choir will lead the singing and the short but impressive i vella Abernath of Ocala, NO-I I the May house where the Max Mr. :Morgan: county superintendent former student of R.J.E. high. hour.i mentary School. The funeral \\,,'

will sing an anthem. 1 I service. This period will be ob! survived by a son Edgar King, Hagar's lived, and expects to has received approval Sgt. Jenkins is the youngest son i I New Bethel Baptist Church. be held in Sanderson. We off,,-.

The sermon for the evening Strved each Sunday morning at of Tampa. I move in this week. from the Board of Public Instruction of Prof. A. O. Jenkins. He is a 'I Rev. A. Vinson pastor, will hold our deepest sympathy to Mace1

will be delivered by Rev. W. S.I the 'hour- of worship.The Rev. :Marvin Faile was in chargeof Donald Cooper, son of Mr. and to purchase ten new typewriters -['graduate of R.J.E. and has had !services on Sunday starting with and his entire family.

McAhley, pastor of the First, speaker next Tuesday evening the service. Mrs. King was a Mrs. C. L. Cooper, is visiting for for this new department.The more than an decade of service in :Sunday School, Deacon Saul Army Pvt. Robert P. Tyson Ji ,
Presbyterian Church. member several weeks in Cross City with first ten adults to enroll for the U. S. Air Force. He is stationed -
will be Rev. R. Clark Cros- of Hampton Baptist [ Hankerson in charge. All members -:whose parents live on Route 2.

Members of the First Christian,' by, who will bring a chalk talk on Church. Mrs. Clealon Rhodes. I typing will make up the first at Aberdeen Md. His bridewill delegates, ministers and ,Starke, recently arrived at Foil

First Methodist and First Presby- "The Way of The Cross" and special Hardyj Chen Housewarming Sunday visitors at the R- O.I,section of this class. Your receipt -I join him in Maryland. Sgt. visiting friends reported a very I Lewis, Wash., and is now a member
terian Churches are urged to sup- music. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardyand Simmons home were Russell!i I will be your machine number will leave the city on successful Sunday School Con- of the 2d Infantry Division

port these services, and the gen- The Ladies' Auxiliary, thoughnot family were surprised with a Raulerson and friend from JaCk-I' SO if you have not registeredand 'Friday. He reports improvement vention last week at the church. Valuable combat experience obtained -
of his
eral public is cordially invited. great in numbers, are doing house-warming at their new homeon sonville and John I I' plan to take typing, enroll deau. sister Mary Jenkins Gira-I Every hour was interesting and I in Korea by the "Indian-

good work as they meet each Highway 301 north of Starke, Lake Butler. Mr. and :Mrs. Charles I I tomght.I ,beneficial from the local program, head" division is utilized in th,'

Presbyterian Church Thursday afternoon for prayer and Thursday night, July 21. Edwards and family of Jackson-',I I More than twenty persons have On June 25, Jewell Scott of! on Wednesday to the final sessionon I vigorous training of the umt.

A letter ville were weekend guests of the enrolled at R.J.E. and Lawtey, Lawtey married Isaac Cummings I Sunday, July 17. Sally Ran
planning. read from the Mr. and Mrs. Hardy, who moved I Tyson, a cannoneer in Batten
Sat. 3 p.m., Adult Choir Bethlehem Palestine Orphange last week to their new home from Simmons' home. I but the fee has not been paid. of Starke. The couple is at home I dolph of Allen Chapel A.M.E. extended -I A of the division's S2d Anti-Au-
Practice where little I Mrs. Annie Godwin, who is em Until you do that the State Department to their many friends in Pleasant II the welcome address in
I a boy is supported by|Hampton, were hosts to many, j City. I craft Artillery Batallion, WAS
Sun. 9:45 a.m., Sunday i I the Auxiliary tells of the shortage friends and relatives from Hamp- ployed at Camp Crystal Lake, ot: Education; will not!] Jewell is a May graduate j -- />f I|behalf of all the churches in the I stationed at Fort Bliss Tex. before
Wor- of water spent the weekend at her homein consider you as an official stud- R.J.E. high school with the second I community. The Sunday School
School; 11 a.m., Morning drying up of vege- ton for the. surprise party. Mrs. arriving for duty at Fort
ship Service; 8 p.m., Evening tation and water being rationed.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTT Dick Hinson, Mrs. Frank Williams Hampton.Mrs. ent. We expect a representativevery I honor. We wish for all three of will miss Sophia Royal, church I Lewis.A .
Frank Thomas is now emplOyed these couples years and of I mother and
;years loyal
soon. member. who
Union Worship Service, sermon by
and Mrs. J. W. Home, were hostesses 1951 graduate of R.J.E. High
at the Farm Colony near Let have full and success and happiness.Joe left the city on
Rev. W. S. McAliley. V for the event. us a complete Monday for an School and a former employe ot
Tues. b.8 p.m.. The Women of WMU Hears Baptist Gainesville.Mrs. enrollment. Regular attendance Williams Dies extended visit with her childrenin L. L. Hall Construction Company
: John E. Hammond of Joe Williams, veteran businessman Virginia and
the Church. World Alliance Program I and punctuality is very important. Philadelphia, Pa. Tyson entered the Army Feb
IIEILBRONNI Crystal Lake spent Saturday in ,Classes should of Reno, recently died at She will be in
a her
Wed. 7:30 p.m., Prayer meet Baptist World Alliance, and its begin promptly at accompanied by ruary of this year and completedbasic
ing and study of Psalms 1115. i I 50th anniversary meeting in Hampton with the W. W. Ham- 7 and close at 10 each Tuesday government hospital in North two smaller grandchildren Jackie'I training at Camp Gordon
By Mrs. Anrel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I monds. and [Carolina. His wife Sally was at Marshall and Valera Jenkins.Mt. .
Thurs. 3 p.m., Junior Choir London this week, was the subjectof Thursday night. Rev. A. R. I Ga.
practice. theVMU at the Mrs. Mary Dyal and Mrs. W. W. Randolph has been named chap- his bedside. Mortal Methodist Cnurch,

July meeting program at the Baptist Hammond had dinner Monday at lain for the R.J.E. class and plansto He was a veteran of World WarI Rev. D. W. Demps, past r, will

Rev. Stedham, associate direc- Church the Farm Colony in Gainesvillewith begin devotions on time a member of Allen Chapel have Men's Day Sunday with
Hi-Way Chapel Thursday night, July 14.
tor for the Santa Fe River New Mr. and Mrs. Russell A.M.E. Church.
Dyal. Summer Program He will be remembered Chairmen Kelly and Dell in PEST CONTROL
Assembly of God River and St Johns River Mrs. Charles lUcks presentedthe Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade and
Baptist Sorry, n0 time for "Follies." as the proprietor of charge. A nice program has been ,

Sunday Sunday School 10 Association, brought inspiring 'program, telling highlights of Mrs. W. M. Slade drove to Douglas Since the. swimming program has "Jones Hot Spot." He was transferred prepared for you, so don't miss it. j
messages at both morning and the 'Alliance's growth in 50 years, Ga. last week to take Mrs. taken from the Lake Plans TERMITESALL
a.m. A class for every age. Wor- so much we have not City vet- are being made for participation -
ship Hour 11 a.m. EvangelisticHour evening services Sunday. and relating high points of this I Juanell Slade home after her. been able to practice enough to erans hospital when doctors there in the District Conference TYPES OF

Mrs. Lorene Cutcliff and present- meeting- in London. visit in Hampton. could do no for his on I GROVE SPRAYING
8 p.m.Tuesday children give you a good show. Principals more condi- August 10 at Wrightsville

Midweek Preach-' of Anniston, Ala., have been Following the program, Mrs. Anderson and Thompkins think we tion.He Methodist Church, Jacksonville.I

ing Service 8 p.m. spending some time with her parents K. B. Watterson and Mrs. Frank "Seven Little Foys" should present only the best to leaves to mourn his loss a I Rev. Damon Dell, District Supt. ; Florida Pest Control

Thursday Missionary Preach- Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Rosier. Thomas served refreshments to Starts At FloridaThe the public and the participants ,devoted wife, granddaughter, and will be in charge. & Chemical Co.

ing Service 8 p.m. Granny Carmichael is back fora 18 members and guests. change each day. one brother, Frank Williams, Summer VKitors Phone Franklin 6-6035;

Saturday Children's Story visit with relatives here after Alderman Reunion Held rib-ticking and eye- The population is very fluid music teacher at Jacksonville anda Myrler and B. J. Kelly are en- 24 N. W. 16th Ate.

and Recreation Hour 3 p.m. spending some time with Mr. and Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Alderman of dampening story of love and show!this is largely due to the water host of other relatives and joying the visit of their daughter Gainesville, Fla
Mrs. Freeman Crosby in Tampa. Hampton were host to the annual I,content in the program. Next friends. The funeral services will Doretha and granddaughtersLowee
Alderman business will be revealed at the Call for estimateALVAREZ'
family reunion Sunday, week is the last be held Sunday at 2
Clifford Norman, Wayne Sapp Florida Theatre when "The Seven chance to parti- p.m.1th and Vera. They are the

and Morris Carter spent last weekat July 1,0.With [,Little Foys" opens Sunday for a cipate in any of the activiiies of Chestnut Funeral Home in charge. I daughters of Rev. Roosevelt Dell,
169 for
the picnic
present Lumpkin Home
the The
the 4-H program. pa-
Camp at Cherry Lake three-day run.
lunch served in the Hampton trons well children Invited Alvin Lumpkin is home from
as as are -
near Madison.Mr. I I IEstablished
Stars include Bob Hope as Ed-
schoolhouse due to rain, those to participate. the Alachua General Hospital of \len's.Clothing
and :Mrs. .T. N. Norman die Foy, one of vaudeville's greats, III STORE
attending represented many other :Marriage Vows Gainesville., He wishes to thank 1891I
recently visited her parents, Mr. and Italian newcomer :Milly Vitale
states, as well as communities I
On Saturday, July 16, Henry his many friends for their visits
and I his wife. James has
Mrs. H. M. McRae of Pine as Cagney a
throughout the state of Florida. i' Morris added another member to and kind expressions while there. I Ifj I-
Level. supporting role.
ft {,Guests were present from Michi- .
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon The story revolves around a ,..:.. .
Sapp were]gan, South Carolina, North Caro- .'
in Jacksonville last week. lina, Georgia and Maryland. vaudeville performer who fell in -1--
\ love in spite himself, fathered
:Mr. and A
I Mrs. Marklee Normanand program was presented to
children then lost his
little daughter of Hampton the group by several members of seven and

!were visiting Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy [the annual reunion organization, wife. Then the father and chil-
dren hit the sawdust trail. PROUD
Norman Sunday afternoon.Mr. ''II and new officers were elected for j
The film is in VistaVison and ,
I and Mrs. Ancel Normanand ; year's reunion.
"SEE US AT OUR BEST Technicolor and features nine
daughter, Carolyn, and Mr. .
SEE US: AT THE GUIDON' Miss Louise Adkins a'nd Joel songs.Starke ,
and Mrs. Homer Stearns of Ta- ''. '' '
Smith of Jacksonville and Mr. .
vares, enjoyed a trip to points of .- .
and Mrs. Calvin Richards of Gets $3,230In : ,:, ".:- ,,-
Choice meat and poultry interest in South Florida. They : ;.... -' -
Arcadia were recent weekend .
visited :Mr. and Mrs. GroverRhodes Cigarette TaxesA -
1'Iay their part guests of Mr. and :Mrs. GeraldI
in Mr. and Mrs. \Vj
But Savory Cooking Tampa I I Adkins in Hampton.Mrs. .
Marvin Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs. check for $$3,230.58 was received -
Is Art.GUIDON. Effie Bedenbaugh was released -
an : this week by the City of
John Todd in Ocoee. Mrs. Hub- '
from the Palatka hospital Starke from the State Beverage
bard came home with them for a
last week and is recuperating at
visit here with relatives.ESTERBROOK Department for cigarette taxes
home following her recent illness. collected during the month of May.
:Mrs. Alma left last week
Dyal than the check
It is $440 higher
George Kopelousos Owner
America's for Washington, D. C. to be with received for April, and $400 higher -

Starke, Fla. oldest name in pen-making. Complete her daughter, Miss Peggy Dyal, than the amount received for

I line at Bradford County who has been ill However it is '
Maya year ago. ,-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen and considerably below the record- t .:: -' --/-::<:':!{::; lfjii: ..: .:'". -
9Ti grandson Ardel spent last week- breaking $3,500 check receivedfor

end in Lakeland with their son, .
last September.Other
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Dennis Brannen. municipalities receivedthe 'T \\
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell visited fora following amounts (with that

couple of days in Jacksonvillelast for the preceding month shownin -r '

FLA. week with her daughter and parenthesis): OUR APPOINTMENT
family, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burris
Brooker. $313.09, ($235.40));

REV. LEWIS D. Pastor and daughters. Hampton, $78.16, ($82.84)); Key-
:Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ellis of
I stone Heights, $581.72, ($556.55)); ,

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Michigan, newlyweds, visited in Lawtey, $291.10, ($254.59)). II I
Hampton Sunday with :Mrs. I
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130
Mamie Meade. 'Mr. Ellis is Mrs.
Meade's grandson.Mr. Recent Birth: I AUTHORIZED DEALER
for the
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. and Mrs. \V. F. Tucker and :Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Brassellof

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.: Training Union 6:43 P.M. son of Live Oak were Saturday Dahlgren, Va., announce the

visitors at the Wiley Williamsons. birth of a son. Jack Dirrell Jr., on

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Mrs. Evelyn Hicks and daugh June 29. Mrs. Brassell 1 is the I
ters of Jacksonville visited in L
former Miss Marguerite Wainwright -
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Hampton Sunday with Mr. and of Lawtey.

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Mrs. Cleve Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Welch of

I -_- h :. "" : ;...:_ ?_ -" :_--' =. -j Orlando visited recently with :Mr. Recent Birth:
and Mrs. W. H. Maxwell in Hamp-
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lance of
ton. Mr. Welch is Mrs. Maxwell's
Starke announce the birth of a
brother.Mr. .
son, Bobby Gene, born July 15 in ,)1 god
and Mrs. L. P. Bradley
the Alachua General Hospital at
have returned to Hampton from
Tfe, IYM, SIMMONS, *4, ,Gainesville.
Tampa and are at present making
their home with the Wiley Wil


Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sparkmanof & '

Jacksonville are the parentsof ,

a son born Thursday July 14.

Mrs. parkman is the former

Hazel Brown.

:Mrs.: Ola Gillispie of Lincoln. We are proud to he selected as a

Nebr., was visiting this week in

Hampton with her sister, Mrs.

guest spent the weekend in St.

Petersburg.Mr. .

a granddaughter. and Mrs., J.Joyce E. Adkins Beal and of Ford Tractor Headquarter is the place in the Gainesville area I

Hampton visited in Sarasota,

Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? r Coral Mr. Gables and Mrs.and Raleigh Miami this Brannen week. 1 where you get the Ford Tractor to fill your needs Ford offers I

visited Sunday in Flemingtonwith CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON \
I !
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Johnson.M. about this
question THE
The one in the middle, that's as obvious as I L. Watterson returned home

elephant in booth. Out this week from Riverside Hospital A woman falls over a lawnmower
an a phone neat
in Jacksonville where he undejc"t AND THE TYPE FOR ALL JOBS
A boy sticks his fin
complete stock of merchandise, our fast efficient --- an operation last week. :
into a whirling fan.
( !.c.s. :Mae: Sweeney of Gaines- .
service and, more importantly, our Everything happens at our \ 8 Great Models! h. \
vie'ant!! last weekend in Hampton 2 Power Ser ies .
ability to please you always is your guar- with; the Claude :Mays.: Sat- store. Someday someone will fI f

urday evening she had dinner get hurt. Can we get store
antee that you will hike out our front door Ij
with the K. B. Wattersons in liability insurance to protect .

satisfied with a day's shopping. h,'-'ir of Mrs.Mrs.Sweeney Watterson's, Mrs. birth-Xita us from costly lawsuits? WON'T YOU COME IN SOON? WE ARE ANXIOUS TO MEET YOU

hnson al'ldc3, May visited

'ItTiDflLi Emma Lamoreaux at Smith LakeMrr'Lv.

KOCH'S _DRUG _STORE (Mrs NV.1 Frank. were Williams in Jacksonville and daughter Charley E. Johns CENTRAL TRACTOR CO. i ir

'i ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED Tuesday. Nell: remained to visit

with the R. C. Gray family for a ,I & Son
II Agency
r- few cbvsRev I 4488 N. W. 6th Street

1 1 i jMBEUYHt I and :Mrs.: :Marvin: Faile,, Gainesville Ha. Phone FR-65-430
fnone 13 Starke, FlaJ
: ,
Mi-s Cirolyn Toles and Miss Betty _
: 3' ..- drove to Jacksonville _._ 0



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Driving- License I llmenite Mining Hello Central I j Everyone Worries It Pays! Red Cross Requests I I Recent BirthsMr.

Help For Veterans
II. II. Hansbrough Sr., whose II
I .
Costs Hiked ForPublic I and Mrs. H. J Waters of
company auctioned off three
Acreages Nearly Over Farm SafetyIn valuable piece of property in 'i I' Government hospitals throughout -I Starke are the parents ot a son

Schooling'The Phone Books Are Out Starke this week is a strong ''I the country are in need of' Leland Douglas born July J9 tn

bt lit'\t'r in newspaper adtertbing. !comfort items according to the'I the Alachua General Hospital
cost of Florida driving licenses I I l local Red Cross.
In Size I Week I --r-
is going up from $I to ,Tripled Starke's new telephone book, -- Special In his pre-auction spiel' the !| Items such as kit nags. sewing :Mr. and :Mrs. G. E. Hicks -f
$1.25. complete with a record high of, A. eider Hansbrough who is kits bed jackets, layettes and are receiving congratulations -

The 1955 Legislature hiked the (Continued from Page One) 700 listings is being distributed ;T* Everyone but is past 70 but who has the bounce knitted socks'to cover casts are on the birth of a son. Danmc

cost of driving permits to finance Creek's $66,300.In this week by the Starke Telephone everyone and enthusiasm of a man half in constant demand. Specifications Ray, July 14 in the Starke Maternity

driver education in the state'spublic : addition DuPont will pay a Company. put to save the farmer's neck. I that age told spectators of materials and full instructions .- HospitaL
minimum royalty of $1,000 a That's the conclusion to be'
schools. Better than ony other means, the effectheness of auction are supplied.Individuals

According to County Judge month regardless of whether the the telephone directory reflectsthe drawn from the material which adxertisement. run in the Tele or groups interested t ..

Alex Yawn,' who issues the per area is mined or not. and of the' has in I
growth expansion poured into the Telegraph of- graph. helping supply these needs are PKOTECTO Flreproff Scent.

mits, the new law goes into effect DuPont indicated intentions ,pf, city. 1 !,fice the past few days. It all "Few of you realize how requested to contact Mrs. Edward!lily Bovex, Cash Bo\e with or
1. But it will not moving the Highlands mine into At end World War II, Hall at the
August the of 'started when Pres. wMely y"ir looal: nensnaper is local Red Cross office,jnithout trays. Bradford
Dwight D. County
affect most motorists until Sep the new area within a few months, when metal shortages crippled circulated and read," Hans- phone either 74-W or 267-W. i'Telegraph.

tember 1, when the 1956 licensesgo probably by November. Once full growth of the system, Starke had Eisenhower proclaimed July 2-1-1 hrough said. "Yl"e had replies

on sale. production is underway, its opera- only 198 telephones. In those : 'I 30 as National Farm Safety Week. I from set'en states in response --.

Yawn called attention to other tion is expected to yield 100,000 days, no one remembered numbers Some of the "
| safety material to our ads in the Telegraph,
laws all enacted by the last Legis- tons of ilmenite, 60000' tons of and the system operated virtuallyon 'originated from the cotton and II he added. Sell It Rent It Trade It

lature, which affect the issuanceof zircon and staurlite, and 30,000of patron names only. I tobacco fields of New York City, Hansbrough founded the business

driving permits. mixed concentrates annually. But the expansion since 19-161 II. A. Bishop Jr. and that's why it seems everybody in 1911 and is now assistel I WITH

One. of these requires anyone Trail Ridge To Move I has been explosive. H. A. (Buddy) ; .- but everybody wants the bv: h's three sons and a staff A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

under 18 to produce a certified I I DuPont also indicated that, as Bishop Jr., chief of the system over to dial will cost $400,000, farmer to be more careful. of almost 100. j' Low Rates

copy of a birth certificate before soon as minerals are exhausted at says there now are 742 phones. with $230,000 of it for the Starke The Safety Week is being spon- "I don't let '('m call me the Good Results Easy To Place

getting a license. Yawn thinks the Trail Ridge mine, the.Trail I Some of these are public phones, exchange only. sored by the National Safety old man." he boasted. I !0 WORDS OR LESS. OXE INSERTION 5$,.

the new law a good one since he Ridge plant also will be moved company phones, extensions and The telephone company, like Council along with the U. S. Department "We wouldn't dare." put in EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

recently recalled two licenses be- into the new area. Production in unlisted numbers, so only 700 appear many old Starke businesses, has of Agriculture. son Charles who assisted his n'"f"O""T OF IS PER CENT OV TWO OR MOBR INSERTION

cause youngsters falsified their the area then will double. in the directory. i its veteran employes. One of Here are some "tf the facts: htht'rith the auctions in 25c ADDITIONAL

DuPont said that when all of Besides installation of tele- them is Mrs. Lois Johns, who Chances are that 14000 toi I !Starke. "lie can out-talk and FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS %01' P.hliNAflV.CEFOR _

ages.Another law affecting minors its mining equipment is utilized, phones, one improvement was inauguration went to work on September 15, 15.000 farm residents will be out-walk any of us every dayin GfARAXTEED Used Sims and REXT-4.000 (or lwi! .
that youngsters under cost of the complete facilities of toll line to the les Watches!. (i down {I a feet of floor 4uan-
requires the a 1928. A Negro, Joe Morris has killed in accidents this year. ) the week. at Dahmers. Lad.// suitable for SPCeU1 "r pal' :
16, who can secure restricted permits available would be $4,000,000. State Farm in 1949. And folks been with the company since 1940. Another 1,200,000 will be injured.) storage. Will apartment remodel otre.t" ?'

must be accompanied while Employed at the plant site would nowadays take it for granted they I The new phone book? Well, This makes farming the na-! tenant. Mrs. A. Z. Atfkuw Box SUI<:

driving by a licensed driver over be 150 men with a total payroll of can call Humphreys Gold or Camp H. B. Adams is the first name tion's third most hazardous in- Starke Baseball Keep Your InsuranceIN Starkt'o tf'hg

18 years. The older driver must 625000.. Blanding without toll charges. listed. The last name alphabe- dustry. Only mining and

actually occupy the front seat. DuPont expressed preference fora Bishop report the phone com,tically is Newell B. Zepp, prob- struction have a higher con-I STARKE I II WANTED

Yawn thinks this law is good I 50-year lease on the property pany was founded in 1901 by a ably the first "Z" ever to be listed. deaths. But even then, agricul- I Team Drops Out CHECK OUR I I Listings in $2,00 and
RATES $1,000
too. although he recognizes its in national man known only as Roberts. It
to; be suspended only a Incidentally, there still is no ture has the bi2"hest"'UBER of ,
effectiveness depends on local law emergency. The Armory Board was acquired by H. A. Bishop Sr. listing under the letter "X." accidental deaths. i BEFORE BUYINGNo ra<'ket. Have Buyers Wait-

enforcement.One did not reveal the time-limit on on August 16, 1922, and has beenin The most popular letter in the And Bradford farmers take Of TournamentThe Membership Fees ing. Other ListingAppreciat-

minor law does away with the lease actually put in force. the family ever since despite book Is "S," which has 88 listings. note, there is good excuse for the Quick Claim Service ed. Free Open Listings.

the "special chauffeur's" license, The Delaware firm said it would frequent offers to purchase by This probably stems from the fact city worker's "coffee break."

which was issued for drivers of use titanium for which it will pay major systems such as Bell. that 17 businesses start their Since farm mishaps happen more Starke American Legion I Doyle E. CONNER I Strout Realty
carriers and school buses.In junior baseball team was knockedout
common 65 cents a ton, in its own manu- Buddy Bishop still is laying titles with "Starke. frequently during late morningor

its place, they will get the. facturing operation. Zircon and. plans for major improvements.The Second most popular letter is late afternoon, when body reflexes of the district baseball tournament INSURANCE J01INIE IIAXSEX, Ret I
regular chauffeur's license, nor-, the 1 long-range plan. with no "B" with 60 Includedare Wednesday night when it 5 Miles South
other minerals will be sold on listings. are sluggish, safety men of Starke on SOI
mally issued to operators of vehicles open market, and the royalty on I target date for completion as yet 13 listings which start with .recommend rural workers copy dropped a game to Ocala with a Starke's Only Mutual P. O. Box 307 Starke, Fla. I
for hire. includes a conversion to the dial : their 14-10 score. Agency :
these will be three per cent f.o.b. "Bradford. city brothers and take coffee
And the 1956 licenses will have value at the mine. system. I 1 I I The Coca-Cola bottling plant breaks about 10:30: a.m. and 3:30: If Starke had won tilt game it Phone 285: 136 W. Call! POll sALE-On IS case drink box.

one new item on their face. 'It It said the land would be restored Since outlying exchanges haveto down through the years, has managed p.m.I (would have played Gainesville for I able.one electric Juke> box. Reason-

will be a blank providing space as nearly as possible to be cut into dial first, Bishop I I I to keep the lowest telephone I I the district championship I>O 1OI' WANT i FINE PIlNOfc range.Also practically'one "otPoInt new. electri,

for the licensed driver to put his its existing condition. Filtrationand now is in the process of converting -i number number 1 in the I. Clark To Make In the play during the past \ will soon have in your vicinitya Apply Stars and Stripe, Kingsley 113000!
blood type, if he happens to know basin precautionswill Lawtey and Kingsley Lake to book. I I Bid I week the team has won three lovely little Spinet Piano famous 1Jk<;_ ttp ".;t
make, late model; and to a responsible -
it. be taken against contamination the new system.He Candidates for longest names in For Council Chair I games and dropped two. I party we will transfer for a FOR bushel S.\LE-Pineapple pears $t

----I---- of streams and lakes. has purchased the Carl the book are Hollingsworth and The team defeated Williston on small monthly down terms.payment This instrument and on easy U Courthouse on treesOne on Old Lake mile west Butler>f

Armory Board figures indicate Ritch building near the City Hall, Killingsworth, both with 13 let- 'i July 14 and Ocala on July 18. It offered at a big reduction. Write I grad Ira Andreu. nt. 2, Box SI 4Stp .
and this will be the I ters. Gainesville default I immediately to Credit Manager, F 7 ss
DuPont has been mining annually ultimately won over by I
Now Open I U. Box 2613 Jacksonville Fla. and
about 101.500 tons of ilmenite home of the new dial system. The I Starke isn't heavy on the Jones July 15. but dropoed a game to Ij you mil be ad\i>ed where it can I I

9,468 tons of zircon, and 22.754 L old building on Walnut Street in I family. There are only three j Gainesville July 19 and to Ocala l>e seen tehgPOSITION 1115 I

SMITTY'SBARBER tons of staurolite fro the Trail I frpnt of the Postoffice probablywill ,Juy! 20.
listings. But the name Thomas I
alone. be used for a Jacksom' lle-. In its Williston match the
Ridge plant middle aged couple. now employ- '
Gainesville toll exchange.:! has 14 listings, Johns has 11. team won by 11-5 margin after ed. available for motel manage-
SHOPCourt Smith has 9, Green and I II men Sept. 1st. Best of references. '
Such changes do not come and _:: getting six base hits and commit-
More Material SoughtFor M>ber and reliable. Florida preferred -
easily. Bishop figures the changelaw -I Brown 9 each. ting no errors. Williston got six Uobert VanSickle. Bonifay
Street Opposite Sorority ProjectBeta hits and made seven errors. Wallace Fla %tp 7/19i I

Court HouseS And He Lived Happily I Rivers picked up his second I Evinrude Motors
Sigma Phi sorority'still GOOD USED
win for Starke's Post 56. Parts ..
material for Service
YOUR PATRONAGE would like absorbent Gainesville forfeited the July 15 TIRESSEYMOUR'S i
"Cancer Closet" a public Ever AfterThe
WILL BE GREATLYAPPRECIATED its game because it used an ineligible !
service project to help cancer player in center field. But 66 Zimmel
I Runabouts
victims. following fairy tale was the Hardy trees and nearby ''I during the actual play Gainesville SERVICE STATION '
The sorority welcomes dona- lifted directly from Starke'snew Green Fields. .
Hunter near- at squeeze ? by with a 2-1 win.
tions of white shirts, sheets and telephone book: by in the Parks dodged a .:\ Starke outhit the Gainesville team FRED'S
LA FOR SALE-New 8 x: 8 x: 16 Con-
similar materiaL The Knight Drew his Lance Stump, ran to the Wells and ;\ I seven to five and made only three crete block. 18c Cement $1.40
asked to telephoneMrs. and took a Quick Peek down threw bag. Mortar Mix CENTER
Donors are Waters on the flames.A I. E. Clark retired errors as compared to Gaines"ilIe's per $1.25 per
Owner & Operator railway bag. Bradford ,
at 224-J. The the Lane for a Fair to Engineering Co.
John Deas Lady Gray Lambe, frightened by construction foreman this week four. But Starke couldn'thit phone 94. Starke. tf
material will be picked up. rescue from the Savage Out- the furor, ran right into the announced his I when it needed it most. RandallDavis Temple & Pratt Starke I
candidacy for the
Priest, but he saw only a Young mouths of Lyons. Staike City Council, subject to.j i pitched good ball for Starke BILL SOTO RUBBER

leaning Barefoot against The fire was put out only the September 13 election. by striking out nine men. daters, STAMPS made to order

J I the Wall and ringing a Bell. ( by Haile and snow Flakes} and Clark seeks to fill one of two The July 18 win over Ocala was SIGN SHOPOne facsimile numberers.stamps Bradford notary seals'County
He cast a Stern look to the a1 o"f TelE'l"raph.
Flume water brought from seats which become vacant the by' 8-5 score. This was the first tt

North toward Glasgow but the nearby Sink. five-member Council.A on game of the district tournament.The Mile South 2 o PAID O.V SAVINGS KEYSTONE

there he saw only a Gay Good- The Wise Champion of the veteran of World War I, I game was close and was tied On Keystone Highway STONE STATE BANK KEY.
man flying Kite and munch- MEf-
a Lady Fair suppressed a Long Clark three different times. In the BER FDIC.
served as Seaboard Air
ing Graham Crackers. Yawn and decided to wait until Line Railroad construction foreman -"eighth inning, Starke loaded the All Types SignsFOR -

Toward his left, Sparks fly Munday or next Sommeror for 36 consecutive bases on two walks and an error. GOOD
as fire Burns the Wood. The even the Christmas Holiday years. Curtis :McGee hit a line drive
has lived in
Starke for the past LEASE -Xew, Modern Sinclair
forest turns Brown, then Whiteas before looking further for his six And I single that scored three runs, and Service Station at a very desirable TIRESSEYMOUR'S
years Starke
was a
Machine the flames begin Searing Hart's desire.Noegel I Starke had the ball Randall location on Xorth Temple Ave. in I
Sewing Operators for a five-year period several L I game. City of Starke. Will be completed
Davis pitched all the way for by Aug. 1st. Phone 14 or 323-J.f I 66
ago. has wife and
w. T. Jackson Bids Seeks Seat six grown children.He a i I Starke. He gave seven hits, three tfchg SERVICE STATIONLET

& On I walks and struck out 10 men. FOR SALE 2 Aluminum cool-vent
Experienced UnexperiencedAGES Starke CouncilW. is
a member of the First
awnings $5 each. Bradford County
For Mayor's PostW. In the July 19 game Gainesville
Baptist Church, the American I Telegraph. tf J. D. ODOM, JR.
35 H. (Billy) Noegel, Starkecar and made a fluke hit to score two HANDLE TOUR
THRU Legion,
18 the. 40 8
T. (Billy) Jackson, local dealer and society. run in the fifth inning and rack IF YOU NEED any yard work or CATTLE AND BOGS
who twice has missed He has landscaping done. See
Edward _
; never sought public of SALES
agent for the Central Truck
Benefits Include Life & Hospital election to the City Council by fice before. ed up a 5-4 winning score. Gainesville Jones, last house on dirt road Lire Oak Each Wednndaf
Company Group Lines, this week announced his got only four hits, but one of street by Bid Dad Plant. 4tp 7/!:} G>UeTlIle Each FrIday
Paid Vacations and Others narrowest of margins this Clark said, "If the
Insurance taxpayersof U
candidacy as of Starke.
mayor week announced those really counted. Starke collected UNDERWOOD NOISELESS typewriter
again as a candi- the City of Starke want I -
Jackson, 33-year-old Purple good for sale. Good condition.
six hits and played good
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE date for a Council seat. supervision I think I $55. Bradford County
can do the
Heart of FOR
veteran World War II, defensive ball. Edwin Johns Telegraph.tf SALE >
10th & CHURCH STREETS Two vacancies on the Councilare job. I to
propose put forward
has served six years on the City a L
ball for
pitched good steady
to be filled in September 13 constructive i
Council. He now is completinghis program, standing Starke. SLAG ROCK
third two-year term. Xoegel, who has a wife and for a bigger and better Starke." REAL ESTATE
BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. He has resided in Starke since two Excellent for Drivewaysand
children has been a resident of Speaks For Bradford I
1930 and has a wife and four chil-I Quiz ShowThere's FOR SALE Parkways
Starke for 25 years. He said his .
Starke, Fla. dren. He is president of the I primary goal in seeking office is ,I I I, 5 room house, modern roBten.lenrrN. $3.00 Per YardIn
a show undeF- '""'--
Lions Club, ah elder in the Pres- quiz !. 3Vi aorm fertile land IB
t- -- byterian Church, and a member I clean government for way at the Bradford County I nearby to".. pa\ed ntrrrt fruit 5 Yard Lets
Starke. trees, earaee and poultry houne.2.0on.oo .
of the American Legion. I Courthouse, and the prizes
Twice $ don par meat, balance Call
A BONDED REPRESENTATIVEof Except for war-time service, he I previously, Noegel has total $1,123.Just like reat.I .
sought election to the Council.
has been the trucking line agentin look in the sheriff's of- BILLY JACKSON
2 bed room house, recently redone -
Both times
the Starke for 15 years. he was edged out by I fice. Sheriff P. D. Reddish is I iBBide. acre land, paired Phone 165

Singer Sewing Machine Companyis He served as an infantrymanin only Noegel one vote.said he would welcome having a hard time givingthe I r : :- ': I Priced highway.; right Thrre with ullea term of. Markr.
Europe during World War II money away. .
in the support from both those who did Seems that !l. f' :.Three apartment "oa.r. I. RADIOS REPAIRED
and was wounded by mortar fire. over a period of I 1 I
Starkr. Pate mtrtet and well All Makes: All
and tho3e who did not i.. ttodeU
STARKE AREA He was hositalized for 24 months."I him in past elections. support years from 1948 through 2:,-'[:"<" 1'S .. ..- .Hunted priced rrm.omljr.Fifteen aua..101e diU" pan.IM
plan to run for office on the 1952 21 people posted bonds CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
home Tea
new to be builtIn W. Call St. Utarfcf PH. ta
EACH basis of a sound and constructive for various offenses. Some Roman AlvareZ of Starke I'nit \.. 2. Santera Height,

program, stressing a sanitary and Closing Meeting Set cases were dismissed. In :represented Bradford County in Starke* neweot development. Re POWER MOWERS For R.t and
TUESDAY and sere your house .ow. pay later Salt'"e service what we sell
clean city," said Jackson.'JI At Christian SchoolThe others, the bond posted was ;the recent speaking contest sponsored VI and Fill flnanrinK< nvnllable.For Tiny's Service Station Temple

__ for will continue to be an ad'ocate larger than the fine levied.In I by the Soil Conservation real these evtate and ore other or alli bargain. In Ave. tfchr

SERVICE REPAIRSmail of the municipal power plant Vacation Bible School of either case, the 21 folks Service. The contest was stagedin .
and seek to keep it in first-class the First Christian Church is didn't claim their bond money. Jacksonville, with other speak- A. J. THOMAS FILL

coupon below shape." concluding its week's Bible The sheriff has it, but he ing events scheduled later. Alvarez W. B. SEWELL or DIRT -- LAND CLEARING I

-SINGER- -SEWING- MACHINE- -CO.- - Jackson is seeking a two-year school with a program at the doesn't want it. In fact, he's spoke on the subject, "What GUY ANDREWS Oyster Shell Peat Humus \

term as mayor in the September church Friday evening at 8 trying to give it away by run- Soil Conservation district supervisors Registered Real Estate Broken

402 No. Marion Street 13 election. The incumbent is J. o'clock. The parents of the ning an ad. are doing for my county." 3:3 Temple \ Bldg. Sand -.I'aving Driveways
n. Telephone 3S3
Lake City, Florida R. Wainwright, Starke automotive Bible school members and the' The deadline is Sept. 1. I Marke, Florida I OVID LEWIS

Gentlemen: dealer. whose term is expiring. public are invited to attend. After that, the bond money will h

I am in need of the following: Approximately 80 young folks be turned over to the countyfor W. C. T. U. I II FuR Sale-House an 1 acre, n.>dt>rn I W. Madison St. Starke

___Sen Machine. - and govermental expenses. conveniences 2% mi. on State ltd. PH. 336WWANTEDGraduate
ice on my prt'st"ntdng Physicians Review helpers have attended the 16 to Raiford. A bargain for cash.

___-.___Service on my present Vacuum Cleaner Bible school in the past week. IS IT RIGHT ? ? I I Call Eston Jordan at 105-W 412
Hospital Practice "IS IT RIGHT TO LICENSE N. Cherry St.. Starke. lip Nurse for
______ \ new Sew tag Machine Wainwright Bids floor duty. 3 to 11 shift. Doctors
FOR S.\LE-Xe\\ 3-bedroom home tfchj

X.IE ._- --___-.________________ surrounding Physicians communities from Starke met Friday and-,I Recent BirthMr. For Mayor's Post WILL MAKE A MAN DRUNK, with Keystone lake frontage Heights on Rt.Extra 109! near lots 'I'FOR SALE-Three building lots on

AND THEN PUNISH TIlE MAN with commercial value. Dr. Bol- flanding Road. Vt mile from City
I and Mrs. Vernon Underhill
ADDRESS _-_____-_____-_---_-- ----------- night at the home of Dr. T. Mayor JR. Wainwright an FOR BEING DRUNK?" lineer. Ph. 108. Starke ltp G. Ritch to discuss matters rela- of Albany, Ga., announce the nounced yesterday that he will bea I I furnished cottage. Shady lawn,
_ pnm tive to Bradford County's hospital birth of a son, Randall Leon, July candidate for re-election (NATIONAL VOICE.) WANTED-Experienced man to self 1 1If I enclosed porches electric kitchen.
CITY ____--_____ ------ in. the & A Hospital and Life Insur-I I I Adults. Mrs. L. It Clark Rt. 1.
S construction. 11. The paternal grandparentsare 1 Box 440. Bessent Rd. left of
which is under forthcoming city election. a nee in Bradford and Union Coun- |
ties. %Ve in all states and I Call St. bridge, one mile tfcher
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill L I
I The group has held a numberof Mayor Wainwright stated that help you get started. If you have \I
meetings and expects to. receive of Starke. he would make a formal announce- ELECTRICAL a car and Interested. Write John

a charter from the Florida ment at a later date. CONTRACTINGHOME Stephens 3. 206 Standard Bid?., Atlanta i
2tp 7'23
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Medical Association next Spring.It Presto! ,

will become the Bradford Coun-
County Makes Second ELECTRIC MOTORS
ty Medical Association.Dr. Starke is bigger than it
7'NJT1I' Ritch said the group, which thinks. Try For Palm TreesThe COMMERCIALS Rewound and Serviced

included six physicians, revieweda The City was notified of this General Machine Work All

number of by-laws for operationof rather astonishing fact by M. county is making another. SMALL APPLIANCES Work GuaranteedRt'asonable I 1

hospitals.He A. Ps"neho was hired by the try at buying palm trees. REPAIRED

' RADIO explained that the physicianswill City Council to measure off It called for bids on one batch I Rates PHONE 414-J 1,

advise the hospital trusteesas Starke streets and number with county beautification in.iAll Work GuaranteedReasonable !

AND to rules and regulations regarding houses and businesses. mind but didn't get a single.i/J PricesPHONE RED SEAL WANTED-White Lady to live In ,.

medical practice-in the Reported Payne: The "City valid bid. It seems none of that S ELECTRIC & MACHINE home and take care of three

TELEVISIONSales new hospital.The Limits" sign out on the New variety are available. 277-J SHOPF. children Phone S4-J.for working mother.Itchg

ZEXITII ir meeting was for the doctorsto Blanding Road has been placed So they're re-advertising now 125 Washington St. W GRAUDOX, Owner, Mgr.

Ennston T1811B 159.95 I 6 familiarize themselves with S50 feet too close to town. for 70 "Cocos Australia PalmTrees" Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 FOR SALE-Ford Tractor, with
heavy duty double disc plow 6 ft.
prevailing practices in other hos The City Council took official four to five feet high. Bids I MOENCHElectrical tandem disc, cultivating attach
When Your TV Needs pitals. recognition of the information will be opened August 1. ments. $00.00 W. M. Harris,
Serilce Call 166 and Service FOR SALE-.1941 Model Dodge Penney Farms, Fla. 2tp 7/29!
Tuesday night, decided the issue
Wrecker. 122 E. Call St., Phone
Sn=4 SflSt rSSrSSSS.SflSSSSS VS St A rfl Sr_seers I isn't crucial unless of course', OXE-FOR-ALL Ball Point Pen I Service 24%. ltp WILL DO WASHING and ironing at

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida MIMOGRAPII Stencils Paper, | nearby *ixpayers take it too Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Brad:I AND CONTRACTING KIVDERGAflTEN Registration Aug. 1 r.I Box home.13$,Margaret Hiway 16 Gamble.. turn left Pvt at 2.

!Ink. .Bradford County Telegraph j !seriously! ford County Telegraph. 11. 12 and U. Mrs. Clyde Priest. I Crosby's Store first house on
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Bradford County Telegraph'


Starke Boys Design Winning Models :
rr-- Does Talk Of Governorship Mean County Korean Veteran

1 I Sees No Easy Finish To DilemmaRay

Shakeup In Politics ? \some interesting C. Reddish experiences of Lawtey during had r--U--1 4 t

i a recent 17-month hitch with I II

E the Army in Korea.
It Continued rumblings from Sen. !I --J
Almost "a spitting image" of I
Charley E. Johns, apparently seek- and became nominee for senate !I his father, Bryant, Lawtey coun- ,
ing political vengeance against Signs president. For that reason, he'cilman, Lt. Reddish served with !
<< Gov. LeRoy Collins, indicate a had no opposition from Union I the United Nationals I i

s ; .: % r wide-open race next spring for County or otherwise in 1952. Armistice team, composed Military of I .!
: state senator from the Bradford- Union Out For Blood ; g Y Y{ f
: 3,, delegates from Switzerland, fI
Union district. Sa-Union Count, which has not i en, Poland and swed-I I fI
And there appears a good had a senator since 1944, mightbe I r I
chance that Union County, denieda Of The out for blood. Ray's impression of the South i
senator since 1944, might be out Some Bradford County observers I Koreans is that they are indolent I'I'I '
I and do no more work than they i
; t for some vengeance of its own. say they wouldn't object to a
Twice, in recent Senate debate, Union I had to, that they live in grass I
County senator if he's a
'J. ::tV shacks, and although 1
they produce
I I'I ;
:: Sen. Johns has indicated he mightrun man who is acceptable and can > f i
t an abundance I
of rice, there is
: next spring. In Times
governor represent the district well. Ques- .
> ,-. : each case, his hints were coupled tion is, "Who is acceptable?'" ('I generally a shortage because so ;
] much of it is exported.
II If with criticism of Gov. Collins'administration. There are some politically ambitious -

_'___ ....... ::.J I I potentials in Union County. Despite the fact that the na-
In most recent debate, Johns One of these is Andrews, a tives are short and of slight I
Brothers Lonzo Kirkland (upper right) and Charles D. KIrkland ol said: "It was God's will that I '" build, they are tremendously .

Starke walked off with top state and regional honors with their auto was not named for a two year ----- political I,I strong and often carry burdens,

mobile models entered in the Fbher Body Craftsman's Guild contest. .term, so that I could be named The intersection of Charley Street and Johns Avenue found in Law I as County memberof I backs.as heavy as 300 lbs on their* Ray C. Reddish

Both youths won $150 cash, an expense-free trip to Detroit and a for a four year term." tey is something of a unique tribute to Sea Charley Johns of Starke. the House. He doubtless would

chance for university scholarships. This shows the makings of a Pointing to the signs Is Mrs. Owen Phillips whose husband an have a pulling power in Union Korea is about as different"solution to the Korean problem,

first-class feud. As fellow sen- electrician recuperating from a heart attack sought to give Johns County and rural areas of Brad- from Bradford as it is possiblefor I for as he sees it, the South
ators, Johns and Collins frequently a place to be, Ray said, with
Koreans have all the agricultureand
credit for Lawtey street pa\ing. lie also erected Ted Avenue
Two Starke Youths Get Honors were on opposite sides of the signsin ford.Bradford has more citizens and most of the country bare and desolate the North Koreans all the industry -
( honor of Mrs. Johns) and named other streets for different and mountainous.
There is
fence. voters than smaller Union. It can and matters are at a
Bitter CampaignLater members of the Johns family. The naming is strictly unofficial. The outvote Union. good hunting, he added, with stalemate now.Incidentally .

p For Entries In Model ContestTwo when Johns took over Lawtey City Council has taken no action. I But outvoting Union won't pheasant and a small variety of Ray visited Japan

the state's reins as acting governor mean a thing if Bradford puts upa .deer plentiful. 'and reports that it is one of the
Starke boys walked away upon the death of Gov DanT. ness. Johns never has been a He pointed out that he is in theHouse's flock of candidates. The vote The' national dish of Korea is i iI i most beautiful: countries in the
with regional honors in the Fish figure on the Senate floor or top spot As a freshman I called "kemchi "
McCarty, he sought electionfor will be so diluted that one. Union which Ray said i world.
er Body Craftsman's model car School ProgramSaid two-year term in 1954. But otherwise who took defeat senator, his prestige would hit candidate could sweep the field. is a mixture of rice and various I Before serving in Korea with
easily. He seldom is satisfied rock bottom.
competition. Collins unseated the acting governor Major QuestionsThe vegetables, highly seasoned with I the Army, Ray attended the Unijversity -
Aa a reward, brothers CharlesD. in a campaign marked with with half-way measures. Fresh Material questions are these: hot pepper and garlic. This dish I I of Florida, but since his
Kirkland and Lonzo Kirkland SuccessfulAs extreme bitterness. Can't Run For Both That leaves room for fresh material Will Johns run for senator or is mixed in the summer, buriedin return in January he has been
will receive $150 cash and an ex Johns' continued hints appar But Johns won't be able to run in Bradford. governor? the ground where it ferments. 'enrolled at the University of

pense-free trip to the Craftman's ently mean that .it the State for both senator and governor in I But unless reapportionmentaffects I I Will Union make a united bid and brought out to eat during the 'I \rizona, studying mining.
Guild 'convention in Detroit Au- Supreme Court lets Collins run the primaries next :May. He will senatorial districting in the to the ? winter. I However, he plans to go backto
Finish Nears Bradford must reckon senatorship
gust 25. for a full four year term Johns have to pick one or the other.If I area Will ambitious Bradford candi- Ray does not see any happy the U of F in the fall.
Both also will get a crack at will be seeking political vengenancein he runs for governor, it with Union County. dates dilute the
vote and thus
Union Bradford in the --- --
winning university scholarship 1956. leaves the field wide open for new and hand
With an average.attendance of same. 15th Senatorial District. the senatorship to Union on
awards from $1,000 to I
ranging Johns could be simply keepingthe senatorial candidates.One BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY
$4.000 in value. 175 to 200 students, School Super- There once was a "gentleman's a silver platter?
Collins group off-balance, with of the most obvious pros- I There still is one more gimmick. PARRAKEETSBaby
Starke had three ,visor 1. H. Gibson said he be- agreement" that the district's
actually entries
and three winners in the lieved the summer program couldbe the idea of backing another candi- pects is Rep. Doyle E. Conner, senator should be alternated every ,Rep. Sam Saunders of Middleburg birds easily trained, full of love
date. He could be
simply sendingup Starke insurance i is to have
youthful agent seeking Clay and Bradford -
declared a "fair success. I four years.
model contest. Rim- and affection. Make wonderful
car Gay A. pets.
has I
trial balloons to see if he
"We lot said and cattleman who has represent Under his Johns became counties put into the same
ert Jr. who modeled a hard top are learning a : agreement AU in full plumage In all colors. Bluesin
support.But ed Bradford in the House of Re- district with Union going into
Gibson "and we hope to have i senator in 1944. The agree-
sports car won second place be meaning busi- all shades. Yellows, and
he might greens
since 1950. another. This is
Junior age division on a state better programs each year with ment called for Bradford to r< part of the re-
wide basis. He will receive a $100 broader participation, extending: But Conner won't run. He is linquish the office in 1948. apportionment fight now in the white. Also yellow-faced blues. All
cash award for his first modeling even to adults." Even Juror Lists nominee for House speaker in the I But Johns breached the.agree- Legislature. raised and aci'lima ted to our Florida

attempt. The program wound up its 1957 session of the Legislature, ment terming it,outmoded and 'Saunder's motives are obvious. climate. Hundreds to choose from.

The Kirkland brothers came out seventh week today, and there is Grow In BradfordSeems and it would be unprecedented for !backward because alternating Clay is larger than Bradford, and
on top all the way around. They only one week remaining. the. session him to step down from such a senators diluted the. district's in- I it can elect its own senator despite OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND

took first place in both the state will end July 29. like everything is getting high position. He would be violating fluence in Tallahassee. This made Bradford's opposing vote.
and in the region consisting of Gibson announced that M. C. bigger and better in Bradford a pledge to the 95 membersof Fred Andrews the Union County I In this case, all speculation is BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARMOn

Florida, Alabama and MisswfpplContest Thompson, the new band director,' County and even the courtroomsare the House. candidate mighty mad, but .moot. Bradford candidateseven -
Veteran has taken over the reins of summer I bustling with business. Conner this week confirmed he Andrews was whipped.So i Sen. Johns may not havea Highway 21Keystone Heights

Charles Kirkland is a contest music education. Mrs. Now for the first time, thereis would not seek the senatorship. Johns won the 1948 race, I chance.

vet an of three having Mona Canova had been substituting to be a county judge's jury list, I i
to serve only in the court of Judge
in this field. Music education
placed first in state and region'in
extends from 1 to 4:30 p.m. daily. Theron A. Yawn.A .
1954.His list of over 200 electors was
1955 entry, which took Gibson also said School Supt.
Harmon P. Morgan had designated I given by Clerk Charles Darby <
Senior first place in state and region
Mrs. Cleo Andrews to handle''the Board of County Commission :i\
model .
was a of a five-
,. ers'meeting recently, so the .c m. I"
passenger hard top of the future. children from the Brooker area. :
Lonzo Kirkland had never en- She replaces Wilmer T. CoramJr. I missioners could delete any per. B'efote ,
sons not eligible to serve by reason over .
tered a model before. His five- former Brooker principal who 'you pay
passenger hard top took first is taking a new post at Gaines- of disability, non-residence, or
other reasons.
place junior division in both state ville.
and region. The Brooker pupils are trans The remaining names will be put '.. elety-
ported each morning to Starke by into a box, and juries drawn as re-
Judges in Detroit, Mich. the
nation's automotive center, spent school bus.Gibson quired.A $2300 for a' smaller
circuit court jury list will be
three weeks deciding the victors: said the summerpro ca
The Kirkland brothers, along gram "owes much to the organizations prepared around the first of the

with 38 other regional winners, and leaders of the com year.
now have an invitation to attend munity interested in the welfareof
the Guild's annual convention in its youth. We would like to State Sales Tax Nets
Detroit with the Guild picking up'!'thank each one individually for $130,885 In Bradford FIND OUT HOW MUCH MORE THE BIG, 188-HP MERCURY GIVES YOU FOR YOUR MONEY
the tab. their help, but that is impossible'Gibson

Scholarship Offered said the following persons State sales taxes amounting to .:.Y'. '.:_{... "
There the experts will look over helped financially: A. J. $130,885 were paid in Bradford :.>.:':*:'N7/-1:

the 40 model automobiles and 'Thomas Jr. Mrs. Fred F. Stump, County during the last fiscal .. ... :/;.; .
pick eight of the best. To the i Dr. A, Y. Covington K. G. Dun .
I'I year, according to State Comp- ...:.....,,,:.x: '
winning model builders will go can. Mrs. William E. Bigham Jr.. troller Ray E. Green.
university scholarships.The Miss Lillian Stump, Mr. and Mrs. r
The figures are for the 12 w ,-
eight scholarships two Charles E. Devlin, Mrs. Mae Mer-
,month fiscal year which ended
each in the amounts of $4,000. sereau A. L. Crosby Jr., J. D. June 30.Green. I
$2,000 and Dupre, Edward S. Beebe MajorHarry
$3000. $1,000 are said the sales tax, which II
the top awards, to be given to M. Hatcher Jr., J. R. Kelly, is three per cent on most items II lit
the four best model car buildersin E. L. Matthews C. H. Nasworthy, except food and medicines, yielded I 'wk
the Junior (12-15 years) and G. S. Newcomb, W. H. Nollman,
574.036.423 in the entire state in I
Senior ((16-19 years) age divisions. I sheriff P. D. Reddish, Freeman the past 12 months. This i is I
Judges are members of the Reg'ster Jr., Clyde Sinclair, T. 11. $8.000.000 larger than the total I
General Motors Styling Section ylade I A. J. Thomas Sr., Judge for the previous year. I
industrial arts instructors fro Yawn, Mrs. }Maryon B. j :
.Arnold I Bradford County receives no I
Detroit public schools, and Rev. S. )J. Sparks, Mrs. direct benefit from the tax. It _
sentatives from the Guild's technical Cora Quattlebaum, Dr. T. G. Ritch,(goes into the state's general _
department ([Mrs. ,W. B. Mundy, Judge GeorgeL I
[revenue for overall govern- Ii
The miniature eutomo'Jiles are Patten, and Roscoe Bullmgton. i

scored ,on the basis of scale accuracy I I The following organizations and I mental purposes. I: ? IZLY

workmanship,. painting, busness: establishments aided the ,Paulk, X. M. Smith James Lewis :
originality of design, artistic meritof program financially: the BradfordCounty I Ewell Lawson, Lucian Hazen, A. II _
design: and practicability.The I Children's Committee, the! I iL. Crosby Jr., B. T. Thomas, I
three Rtarke 'youths esti- 'Gem Jewelry Co., the Starke Elementary i, Raleigh Brannen. Ralph Gainey, ,,

mated they spent 500 tedious Parent-Teacher Association -,tf f. A. Lawson, Joe Wood and the II I
hours of work on their models. the, Bradford County High iFFA| boys, the Jaycees, George I,

cchool Parent-Teacher Associ'inn Kopelousos, the Board of County
the Business and Professional]1 1 Commissioners and Mr. Eurney, I
FILL DIRTGOOD Women the Rotarv Club, the! Mayor J. Wainwright, the

Tunior Woman's Club, the Board 1 ,Service Center, the City Council I, ,. '. _.. .' .h..' '" .' ..'
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RICH of County Commissioners, the and the crew of Mr. Hicks, the t .' -.J-, '. ", .:.". .."/::::> "-.. J:; >>:< '.,.,
Woman's Club, and Alvarez' Denmark Furniture Company, the I MiWAw-.w ., nrofGa..,.t..yds.w.wwdcrwa.- ;.._....,,.......-_...,..,_.__.-.. _......_ __.:.:.. .;,".: .(.' :,"':';:'i'.;'''.0 iff,(' ; ;.x ...>>H' .

TOP SOIL Store. Starke Ministerial Alliance, Tom,I I .. PUQU.

I The program is indebted to the..Mersereau Plumbing Company

See I:following persons and establish I(Bill Soto for his attractive signs i I Enjoy all these big-car fine-car features for
,ments for their help with variou I and painting Superintendent Har-! ,
BILL JACKSON materials and services: Francis mon Morgan and the Board of
B. Beard, the crew of the Florida J Public Instruction Red Seal Electric I I' (
Jackson Transfer Company Power and Light Co., Starke Co., and the boYs from the I than the deluxe models of the "low-price" 3 .

Phone 165 Builders' Supplies, Western Auto f high school physical education I .'
Associate Store Priest's Store, classes.
I. E. Clark W. T. Jackson, Dave I I
1. BIG SIZE-BIG WEIGHT. Mercurys are bigger all over 4. ULTRA-SMART AND LUXURIOUS INTERIORS. Two-tone
I than cars inllie low-price field. Bigger in length interior color combinations are available in every
bigger in width bigger in wheel base. The Mercury model. So are specially designed fabrics and patterns --
VISIT CALL WRITE Monterey shown weighs close to 3700 pounds.. .givesinstead of ordinary upholsteries. So beautiful you'll IT PAYS TO OWN A
you big-car stability on the road. want to leave the door open! .

t 2. SUPER TOROUE POWER. Mercurys have more power 5. 4-BARREL VACUUM CARBURETOR is standard on every
INC. than ever-188 hp in Customs and Montereys; 198 hp model at no extra cost. You enjoy 2-barrel economy m E R [ U HY
MARION FINANCE COMPANY in Montclairs. :More important is the new way this for normal driving 4-barrel pickup for getaways.andpower

I is put to work in the everyday driving rangespassing.. Unique anti-fouling high-compression spark: ; '- ;;..
for smoother effortless getaways safer passing. plugs help provide top performance in all speed ranges '
3. EXCLUSIVE STYLING. Mercury's beauty is fresh dis6.. AND YOU SAVE ON FUTURE RESALE VALUE. Mercury !.
tinctive-shared by no other car on the road. Lines consistently leads its class in high resale value according SUPER POWERDon't
218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE are clean, smooth as silk. Use of chrome and color is to independent reports. You protect your ; '..
simple, beautiful, in good taste. Mercury's standout investment-can expect to get back more of the miss the big television hit,
styling is available in all 11 models in 3 series. original purchase price when you trade again.Joitd Ed Sullivan's "TOAST OF
M coBporuoa of onvfocfuriri'"'ivggcjfed lid or factory rttaf pnc*>, wing Mtraff Ciulom 2-door Sedan(not iBvitofed}. TOWN: Sunday evening,
25.00 L O"A N S $300.00 I Ir 8:00, WMBR-TV, Channel 4. .


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As Old As He Feels Marvin Rosier Says Complaint will be taken as conftss- ,August A.D., 1955. If you fail to week for four consecutive weeks In Starke, Bradford County, Florida
Home Demonstration This notice shall be published ,do so. Decree Pro 'Confesso will be the Bradford County Telegraph, a this the 13 day of July AD 1955.
Tobacco once each week for four consecu- :taken against you for the relief demanded weekly newspaper, published in I i(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
\ IrrigationIs tive weeks In the Bradford County in the Complaint. Bradford County, Florida. |. Clerk of said Circuit Court
i ; ) Notes Telegraph. I It is hereby ordered, that this Witness my hand and the Official {I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk4,154t85
7t 4i Very SuccessfulIrrigation Dated this 29 day of June. 1J55. Notice shall be published once each Seal of our said Circuit Court atl|I i
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
byDOROTHY ._ Clerk of the Circuit Court
: paid for- a good part By Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk j
ROSS of its .cost this season Marvin 7/1 4t 7/!!

A Home Demonstration Agent Rosier said this week, in reviewing !. The Circuit Court'Of The EighthJudicial I fear Reduced 40%

, .his first experience with it on his County Circuit, Florida.In And For Bradford Engine -

[tobacco crop. I. Cbancerr. :>o. 10-10S9
Gainesville Meeting leader. Rosier whose farm is located DENVER R. DEVRICK. asd

The State Home Demonstration Some of the types of leadersare about five miles northwest of CHESSIE :M. DES RICK plaintiff, Motor Oil

Council meeting was held last the skill leader who teaches tF Lawtey on the Rosier. Road said v?. wfthTrop-Artic

week at the University of Florida, a skill such as making bread orsewing he planted his tobacco late, about G. C. LIVINGSTON Defendant, et at, ,

Gainesville, at which over four a garment, the thinking May 3. NOTICE (THE DIFFERENCE IN WEIGHT IS A DIFFERENCE IN WEAR!)

hundred people were registered. [leader who moulds opinions, .and He is cropping it now, and says THE G. C.STATE Livingston OF FLORIDA.and Jessie TO: E.

Those attending from Bradford the> helping leader who makes it that it has good color and weight, Livingston, his wife, if living and J?
Mrs. E. J. Whelan, possible for movements such as if dead, their unknown heirs at
County were both of which he thinks were
law, legatees, devisees or grantees; .r r/i//I ( .
Mrs Paul Dinkins Sr. (council 4-H to develop. Miss Sikes, in helped by irrigation. In addition the unknown heirs at law, their

delegate), and :Miss Dorothy Ross. closing, stated that one out of he said that irrigation cut downon signees legatees,,of devisees Angeline grantees Weller, deceased or as--

The former two received certifi- five persons is a leader.As ; re-setjing, thus saving time ; Martha L. Kent and -Kent. ,
their attendance and her unknown husband, if living, and
> cater for perfect one speaker, Dr. Gordon,I expense. if dead their unknown heirs at
and participation. Mrs. T. W. minister of the Gainesville Presby- Rosier uses an overhead sprinkler law. legatees, devisees or grantees;

,. Markey, Brooker, and :Mrs. Eldon terian Church, so aptly put it when system, powered with 28-hp.. 'iC wife F., if Rigdon living,and and Diana if dead Rigdon.their un-his

Sapp, Heilbronn went one day.Mrs. he spoke on leadership, "How I gasoline engine, and 10 No. 40 known heirs at law legatees, devisees -
E. L. Cox and Miss Dorothy little we pay for our way of life."I Garfield Johns hasn't let his 74 sprinklers, each of which delivers the wife or of grantees; Ruby A. Ritch, e"
Carl Bitch of Starke,
Ross attended the state dress revue By being a leader, one can help ;years bother him one bit. He used about 18 gallons per minute. One Bradford County, Florida; Gladys i

\ Thursday night. pay for his way in life. "A closed I horse and plow to cultivate his source of his water is a two-inch Bradford Harrington a widow of Starke. In an engine test equal i ito
I four acres of Dixie 18 and County. Florida; J. F. Hol-
The crafts exhibit consisted of hand gives nothing" and one has com well. lingsworth, as Executor of the_ Es- 2500 miles of. driving, I
Dixie runner. peanuts on ClydelIall's tate of F. C. Hollingsworth, deceased
learned when he has I
\ rugs in which Mrs. Cox's unique really givenit of
farm near Theressa. He expects Laurens South Carolina; J. piston rings lubricated with
t com: shuck door mat created mucli to someone else. NOTICE TO APPEAR M. Edwards and Lucille Edwards, t In an identical test
a ;yield of 50 bushels of corn I. Clremlt Court. Bradford County, his wife, of Starke, Bradford Coun-
curiosity and Mrs. Dave Creen'stwo Man-Made Fibers II'an acre. Flerldat I. Chancery ty, Florida;. N. Sternberg and Gus- ordinary oil lost_weight, t I piston rings lubricated with
toned lavender crochet rug Care and handling today's fabrics Mildred O'Xeal. PlaIntiff VS. Sam ale Sternberg, his wife, of Daytona

was admired for its beauty. presents _.many problems to 1 uel Paul O'Neal, DefendantCase No. 10-1053 D.Beach Green, Volusla and Mae County Green, Florida, his wife; L. showing extensive wear. .t'f: Phillips U Trop-Artic Oil

Everything was geared around, all homemakers. Here are the fibers. Dacron is resistant, too. Suttee To Appear of Starke, Bradford County. Florida; II showed scarcely any
the theme of the council meetingsand specific characteristics of the 2. Tendency to graying and Samuel Paul O'Neal, whose residence and ing any and all other persons claim
and address is: Unknown. any right, title or interest in
: man-made fibers. yellowing in nylons. Nylon is and to the wear at o3.i .
short course "Yesterday'sDreams You are hereby notified that a following described lands
Today's Actions, To' more difficult to keep white than suit forDivorce in the City of Starke, Bradford
1. Sensitivity to sunlight. Experiments County,
and custody of minor child Florida, to-wit: ::
morrow's Accomplishments." show that nylon loses dacron or orlon. Some, authori has been filed against you In the Lots Six (6) Seven (7) Eight (8) Sill
ties advise washing white nylons above named Court and cause and and Nine (9) of Block Eleven (11), I
At one of the morning assemblies strength or weakens when ex- separately from colored clothes. you are required to serve a copy of in Livingston Truby and Company's ,
Miss Anna Mae Sikes, state posed in a sunny window. Rotate your answer or pleading to the Addition to the Town of i
White nylons will take on dyes complaint on the Plaintiffs Starke Florida, In Section Twen-
around the houseso
home demonstration agent spoke' nylon curtains from colored fabrics..SOAK before Attorney Alfred C. Scott, 106 ty-eight (28) Township Six (6)
they get different exposures, Smith Building Jacksonville. Fla. South, Range Twenty-two (22) TfM ,
to the group about the opportunity when possible. You might inter- washing. In hard waiter use a and file the original In the office You East.and L .:. ,
BUILT of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on each of you are hereby t
synthetic and i .
there Is for leadership in Home change them from top to bottom. detergent or before the notified that there has been filed in .

Demonstration work and the satis- Orion has the greatest resistance I rinse be thoroughly. A mild bleach I otherwise 1 day of the August.allegations 1955: of laid the ford Circuit County Court, Florida in ,and a Complaint for Brad .,i" <" "" --_.'-<<.'-'- a7iv:lrYw: sS.twaw _ww..a r.I .
may WashOFTE.'Il. u'I.1
faction one gets from being a' to sunlight of all the man-made' used occasionally. Complaint will be taken as con- in Chancery wherein Denver R. Dev- 'v<;,;
Most whites can be fessed by you. tick and Chessie M. Devrick, his
washed in the automatic washerin This notice shall be publishedonce wife are plaintiffs, and each of WIIiG
J each week for four consecutive you Is a defendant, the style of ITS PEBFORMAXCE i TIIAT COUNTS' }I= IIUluIU', yf6 iuIlK
160 degree water. weeks in the Bradford County Tele which is Denver R. Devrick and apldlllllIppa )
Chessie :M. Devrick, titS Iull! AAIH
3. Weakening of elastic. Cloth- graph. wife plaIn- .I1
Dated this 24 day of June, 1955. tiffs, vs. G. C. Livingston, et aL, The difference in piston ring wear illustrated above proves ao
with elastic defendants
ing thread in its the
con- relief
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Court being prayed about the of oils 1
struction or with elastic bands Clerk of the Circuit firming a decree quieting and con important point performance motor : : Ilf'

should be washed with soap and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 7/1 4t Clerk 7/22: lands hereinabove the plaintiffs'described title and to the for Most engine wear occurs when you first start your car or !iAii; =-

THE COMPLETE LINE AT water. The synthetic detergents other ing from relief said, and sworn it further appear under stop-and-go driving conditions with an engine that hasn'twarmed 1I! _- _-- ,'

soften or cause the rubber to Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPE.RI. County, are that the names of the defendants Complaint up.It takes a very special kind of oil to flow quickly and "'tl '

deteriorate. Florida: In Chancery.Johnny forth unknown, and that, except as therein set protect your motor when you start, and then to protect moving R
Plaintiff, vs. the addresses
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONES 4. Static electricity. Manufac- Shirley Stratton C Stratton, Defendant residences unknown of said defendants and are parts from sludge and varnish after the engine heats up. TRop '.W1i

turers recommend the wearing ofa Case No. 10-1062 son or persons, and that In the there State U no per- ARTIC AH-Weather Motor Oil gives you this double protection. '

45 AND 333 cotton slip under a dress or suit .To.tI'r: Shirley To .Apprnr Stratton whose residence ida whom, the would service of process of Flor-upon Compared to older types of oils, it can even double engine life
made of man-made fibers. and address Is: Unknown. bind said absent or
5. Gas fading in acetates. This You are hereby notified that a known unknown and defendants, and that each In a motor bil it's performance that counts.And TROP-AR'nC ,

I suit for divorce over the named defendant is gives super performance! You'll get easier starting ; If r ,
may be controlled by dipping |has been filed against you In the and age of twenty-one years, save f ?
washable acetates in a solution above named Caurt and cause and and that the age of each unknown gasoline. and you can sate 15% to 45% on oil consumption.Get ; i h
r made by adding one-half teaspoonof you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint known. defendant is un- TROP-ARTIC from jour Phillips 66 Dealer. 'I ,h
I sal-soda to on the Plaintiff's AttorneyE. is, therefore, to command
a pint of water. each of
I Florida you and
K. Ferryman Starke. ;you are hereby PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY -
DRAPES When storing acetates do not have I and file the original In the office notified and required to serve a
I them: too near woolen garments of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton copy ing to of your the Answer or other plead.
or before the Complaint filed herein,
8 because wool is slightly acid. 1 day of August, 1955; on plaintiffs' attorneys, Williams
I Avoid storing acetates near moth otherwise the allegations of said Florida, P. O. Box 188, Starke, .
confessed and file
Complaint will be taken as the original Answer '
crystals and in contact over a by you. or other pleadings in the -
period of time with 'bleached This notice shall be published Court Clerk of the Circuit
once each week for four consecutive and for Bradford
paper since this may also cause weeks In the Bradford County Tele Florida, on or before the.15 County day of,
Fabrics Elegant \
Styling 1
: fading. Dacron have graph.
I gas may Dated this 28 day of June, 1955.
Perfect Tailoring ,.. t, 1. problems of gas fading becausethe (OFFIC Clerk Eof ) Charles Circuit A. Court
used for dacronas
same dyes are
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
1 for acetates. 7/1 4t 7/2
CALL PEG at 239 _
For Ad\Ice r ; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I. Circuit Court Bradford County,
Notice is hereby given that the ,Marie Artl Plaintiff, vs. Irvan Ar-
undersigned, under the provisions of |tis Defendant Case No. 10-1064 Get
:.a Chapter 20.933 Laws of Florida. Acts NotUe To Appear '
of 1941, will register with the Clerkof To:. Irvan Artls. whose residenceand
the Circuit Court In and for address is: Unknown.You .
Bradford County. State of Florida, are hereby notified that a
upon receipt of proof of publica- suit for divorce
tion of this notice, the fictitious has been filed against you In the
Y:" K4r name of: Bradford Motor Court.'un. above named Court and cause and
,r' der,which we are engaged In business you are required to serve a copy of .
at 1123 N. State Road %00, vour answer or pleading to the com-
Starke Florida. That the parties plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney .. -
r Chas. C. Shepherd interested in said business are: Malcolm T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla.. C
Pownall and wife, ElizabethM. and file the original in the office of '
Pownall. Starke. Fla. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
TV Radio Free Estimates Dated this 8th day of July, A.D., or before the '
i 1955. at Starke, Bradford County, 1 day of August. 1955:
of said .
.:"' ___J_ _J_ _n_ _n_'_._._ _.___ _._._._._,_ ,}''I I Florida. 7/8 4t 7/29 ed otherwise by you. the allegations i r

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Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy Williams & Futch, P. a Box once each week for four consecu
for month's vacation, found it
:YYYYYYYYTTTYTTTYTTYTYYfY Air Arm a : Marian U Crosby: Deputy: Clerk I and file the original the office of tive weeks in the Bradford Count
Keysfone's'Civil necessary to defer their vacation 1/8 4t 1/9 the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor Telegraph.Dated
trip until the week of July 18.Mr. I before the 1 day of August, this !4 day of June V955
NOTICE OF TE\TIO\ TO M.LKE.LPPLICATION 1955; otherwise the allegations of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Keystone HeightsLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .. -" and Mrs. C. J. Mulhofer are FOR l said Complaint will be taken a* Clerk of the Circuit Coon
'. ".." : DISCHARGE FINAL confessed by yon. .
in Chicago, where Mr. Mulhofer By Marian I Crosby. Deputy ClerhI141T83;
: Probate Law 1933) I This notice shall
:< be published
.is attending the Shriners Com'ention In Court of the County Judge, I .
j T V in that city. Bradford County. I
Rotary Club State of FlorIdaIn
: Letters and cards have been [ re the Estate of Fannie 1L Green -
The Keystone Heights Rotary 7Q I received from Mrs. Willis Chick, deceased.
Club played host to C. R. Drum- :who is IV PROBITE I FACTORY
mond Friday, July 15. Drummondis i. 'I'I I N. H. Notice hereby given that Lor-
Governor of the 242nd districtof enzo D. Green filed his final report j
I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Baxter, as administrator of the estate of APPROVED FACTORY
Rotary International and Is y ji former New England residents who Fannie M. Green, deceased; that he I,
making his annual official visitto h ", ,has filed his petition for final discharge -
the 24 Clubs I now make their home in Keystone, II and that he will apply to I SERVICE PARTS
Rotary in the are on an extended vacation trip the Honorable Theron A. Yawn.
North Florida section. I County Judge of Bradford County :
which will take them through the Florida, on the 8th day of August, i 1
He addressed the club tend then 'i.
Carolinas New 1955 for approval of same and for
conferred II Virginia and final Administrator of Washing{ Painting Repairing Reconditioning
with President C. J. discharge as ,
ti1 8n 1.Hampshire. the estate of Fannie M. Green deceased I
Bastedo Bill Beloteon
and Secretary on this Sth day of July, 1955. Wrecker Service
Rotary Administration and IDEAL GIFTS: E&terbrook Lorenzo D. Green, Administrator
of the estate of Fannie M. I
Service Activities.Drummond -t' Fountain Pens, Pen & Pencil Sets, Green, deceased.
is suburban man- Desk Sets. Bradford County Telegraph 7/S it 7/:' BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
ager of the. Southern Bell at Jack- TESTING
Eonville and .a member of the Officials of the Civil Air Patrol unit at Keystone Checking the oil level is one of the first steps 1 I 'I NOTICE TO APPEAR I BRAKE AND STARTER

Rotary there. Heights try out their Link trainer which re- In preparing planes for flight, and that's exactly In Circuit Court, Bradford County, i I' LINING TUBES GENERATOR
NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida In Chancery 1
Birthday PartiesMr. cently was put back in use after repairs. The what Mrs. Marjorie L. Jones is doing for the ID Circuit Court. Bradford County. Earl BarrIer Plaintiff, Catherine I FENDER SALES BATTERIES

and Mrs. Einer Roblin and trainer which simulates actual flying conditions Civil Air Patrol exercises at Keystone Heights.was Richard Florida L.In T. Chancery.Greene, Plaintiff, vs. Barrier, Defendant.Case Xo.' 10-1053 I. REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICALBODY

daughter Karen of Jacksonvilleand was designed for instrument training but the Jones Is the wife of Nelson E. Jones, em- Guillermlna R. Greene, Defendant. Notice To AppearTo I WORK SERVICE SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rohlin Case Xo. 10-1072 : Catherine Earner whose residence -
Keystone unit uses it to give cadets the "feel" ployed with Charles Shepherd of Starke. She Notice To Appear and address is: 37 Brown
and son, Roger of San Landro To: Guillermina R. Greene, whose Street, Lexington, North Carolina.
of flying before they actually take to the air. is adjutent, Jones Is operations officer for the residence and address is: Aquadllla. You are hereby notified that
Calif., were guests at a birthdayin Puerto Rico. Complete Lubrication Service
r honor of their father, Carl E. Left to right are Walter King and Commander Keystone CAP. Sirs. Jones mother of several You are hereby notified that a suit Divorcehas for

Rohlin Sr., of Keystone Heightson Bert Christoffers of Keystone and J. D Seymour children is typical of those who give time and has suit been for filed divorce against you In the been filed against you In the DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS '
I above named Court and and
July 5. The Ellis Rohlin family of Starke. effort to CAP.of above named Court and cause and you are required to serve cause a copy of I
will remain in Keystone for your you are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of your answer or pleading to the com- : Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
another week before returning I Westfield, N. J. have returned home from aj to visit Keystone periodically.Cards t'mplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney"TICKOFF":
Work month's vacation at their have Hans G. Taenzler Jr., 109 Law We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
home to California.The has started on the New spent been received from Exchange Pudding, Jacksonville
Welker Byrons were din- Educational Building and interestis summer home in the Smokies. Prof. Pait of the University of Florida,
ner guests of Mr, and Mrs. David at a high pitch in meeting the Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Pitcher and Florida, Director of the Com- 'of and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

Nelson Friday evening, July 8. obligations financially in its con Mr and Mrs. Raymond Cason of munity Church choir, who is on 'or before the A SENSATIONAL NEW ,
The occasion was Mrs. Byron's :struction. The report of the treasurer Adele Ga., were recent guests of an extensive vacation trip throughthe I otherwise 8 day of the August allegations, 1955; of said DISCOVERY! I 600 Ave.
birthday. is highly encouraging and Mr. and Mrs. George Massa on New England States. Dr. Complaint will be taken as contest Temple lp |]W Phone 69
ed by
Church Notes i the Board of Trustees are very Lake View Drive. The Pitcher'sand Pait will spend a week with This! you.notice shall be publishedonce Give your dog a capsule!
Rev. and Mrs. Malcom Davis happy to make such a report. the Cason's were on their friends in Maine. each week for four consecutive Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
will occupy the new home recently I The Sunday School attendance honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sipe. TELEGRAPH. AT ALL DRUG STORES
I, who Dated this 6 day of July 1955. J I .:...... '' _. ,.,, ,
has been few "
purchased from Mrs. Amelia I, growing the past Mrs. Marguerite Colby and Miss were to leave this past week (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby -- .. -. -- -.. -'- -.- --.'--- ,. -.-,- -' -_._ ,
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First Baptist Church. Rev Davisis tis I now in the possession of Mr. will arrive the first part of the
the new pastor and a welcome 'Watson's class. week as guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. .

addition to Keystone's growing l Beacwith.
church family. Mrs. D. B. Hartley and family Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Stuckey are

A., Congressional Meeting by the i are now occupying the Egan home I the proud parents of a son born
members of the Community Church recently vacated by the Egan's. July 6 at the Alachua General : You want

will be held Sunday, July 24, for Mrs. Hartley will remain here in Hospital in Gainesville.Mr. purify

the purpose of amending the by- Keystone until she can join her and Mrs. Edgar Carl. \Vei- .
laws and authorizing the Board of'husband in Okinawa.Mr. chel Jr. of Jassine Ave. announce
Trustees to execute the mortgageand and Mrs. Frank Corner of the coming marriage of their

other papers. Baltimore, Md., are guests of Mrs.I daughter, Sandra Linnea, to
Greetings from Mr. and Mrs. Corner's sister, Mrs. Charles T.I Courtney Everett Howe of Cuba, -

Lester W. Neefus. who make Smith on Lake View Drive. N. Y. The wedding will take : what
their home in Melrose during the I }fr. and Mrs Art Beckwith place at the Community Churchon ; in you drink
winter months and worship at the who came here several years ago August 6. A reception at the :

Community Church, were received from New York City, are enjoying WeicheJ home will follow the l

during the week by the pastor.Mr. their new home on Keystone Lake. ceremony. The young people are .
and Mrs. Neefus are residents Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds both graduates of Penn State.

Mrs. Jack Haverstroth and .
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That's Our Business I from a vacation. in Williamsport,, -:. ...' -. -.. ,
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If It's Glass We Have It! Pa.Cards '
have been received from '
CALL WRITE or VISIT Mr. and Mrs. John Kargis, who ; 1

are vacationing in Houston, Texas. .

Joe Peters Glass Co. I Frank Keystone Egan and, a now former residing residentof in -. C..'" //cf\ >.' .

FOR 'ANY GLASS NEED Odgenburgh, N. Y., writes that '.'_ >M,. \\t'':; .- .. _
We Design Modern Store Fronts he had made a very successful ..;....ii ,: r' __. .. :. :_ '
Just Mail Us A Pattern for start in the insurance field in that r"t' ).
city. Mrs. Egan left recently to ": : "t'i .
Table Tons join her husband. The Egans have, L 'k v\ Everything good to drink starts with water :-*>
1313 N.W. 4th PL :
Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 rented their home here and intend .- -.' ... .
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no 0 fJO ft ft f$ f! ft.nn ; .
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-.: j .: ::. *....:.. .: ': tangy citrus juice; the Romans, golden honey. But always, anywhere, the

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IS too wet e. ?, flavors of Coca-Cola Syrup r .
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rte. ? Most of us think of water as being everywhere. In drinking form, how

I ; ever, it is becoming a world-wide problem. Erosion, increases in popula .

..a b > as y. I tion, and the expansion of industry are contributing to a growing shortage '

>: of water and are creating varying standards of purity.

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Y' filtering ,processes. But that isn't all. ;;

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This corn \ g I .)+#:f. bottle is a blend of"good things from nine sunny climes," and each syrup

t5 % ingredient, as well as all other materials, is tested for taste strength

is c 4 and purity. .
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a K \; J ;I:. t t a delicious taste make purity and pleasure a part of the pause that refreshes'

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Exacting tests In Security's laboratories determine the nutritional

value of all ingredients. of all Security Feeds after -
t '1 they are milled before delivery. Now .and then a feeder gets /, ..- .. -- > ': /;.-..- : -" '< YOU ARE INVITED to visit our bottling /
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isn't a better feed than Security on the market today because .},.r:; : comes to you pure as sunlight. Call 4. a
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FRIDAY 2*. 1933
I North by Madison Street, on the II
BANGHonestly -1 West by Bay Street, on the East I
6 and South by aforesaid Block one
t (1). Said Lots, portions of Lots
violence hasn't returned and parcel being more particularly -
to Call Street. And the prInt- t described as follows:
Commence at the Northeasterly ,.
ing business is as safe as ever. Boast corner of said Block one (1) for
Those loud bangs In the vicinity thence point of in beginning and run "y SImportant
Westerly direction
of the Telegraph's new buildingcame along the Northerly boundary i
from .32 calibre cartridge.But thereof, continuing in a Wester-)
a Huge } '
1 ly direction
rul along a Westerly "-
it's nailing studs not men. prolongation of said Northerly!

Ernest Trlest, contractor for the F boundary sixty, a and distance fifty-eight of two hundred hun--

Job, says all the noise comes froma Catch id. dredths (260.58) feet to its Inter
Stud Driver. It is ectlon with the Easterly thought to
Remington boundary of the right-of-way of ..r.rI
a gun, of sorts. But a nail Instead Bay Street; run thence in a
attached to Southerly direction along said as
of a bullet -
Easterly boundary a distance of
the .32 cartridge. The "gun" one hundred thirty-three and one I keep mind:
hundredths (153.01): feet
drives the nail right through a 2 Permanent Reference Monumenton a I ,

x 4 and into brickwork. r r1iti the Northwesterly Corner of When it's" safe make .
to sure '
cents. But Lot four (4) of aforesaid Block I pass you'vegot ;, i
Each shot cost 21 %_ 4 one (1); run thence in an East- the gasoline that lets you enjoy full .
Trlest explains it's a lot cheaper erly direction along the Norther i
than drilling holes installing bolts J. L. Waters, Lawtey merchant (left) and Lawtey Marshal D. B. ly continuing boundary along of said Let four (4) working octane performance.Stop in at your ? '

and filling in with cement Dick Thomas display a fine string of black bass totaling 24 1-2 pound prolongation thereof an a Easterly distanceof I Gulf station and ask the man for New Super- x

But gosh it really fe roughon in weight The largest weighed in at 9 1-2 pounds. All were caughton I eighty-eight one hundred hundredths forty-five(145 and,gg) I Refined Gulf NO-NOX.And make sure your \

nearby CalMre ten. And it's a recent fishing trip to Big Santa Fe. feet to an iron stake on the East- engine is protected with New Gulfpride H.D. a
erly boundary of Lot five
I (5) of
reminiscent of years ago when the said Block; run thence in a I Select, the motor oil that controls carbon. '
building was a bar your answer or pleadinsr com- Southerly direction along said
the Telegraph blaint the Plaintiffs Attorney
on Easterly boundary, being also the
and somebody ran into a fatal bullet tnd file the original In me office of Westerly boundary of Lot
(6) Of
I You Can't Win the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
said ,
a distance of
right where the linotype now before the 15 day of August 1955; three and twenty- / I
seventeen hundredths
stands. otherwise the allegations of said (23.1T feet to an iron stake .
I INO..ICE confessed I ;
doesn't Complaint will be taken as last aforesaid .
Nowadays, if the fine iron stake being i 1kJ ,

get you, the court costs will! This by( you.notice shall be published in distance a Northerly of sixty direction(60) feet and from a .. .
APPEAR week for four consecu-
TO .. Recently a motorist was once each the Southwesterly corner of said
.. Co ty Bradford County
IB ClM-Qll C rt. Bradford tive week in the Lot Six (6)
; run thence in an I
Florldai I. Cfc..c ry. brought before County Judge Telegraph. Easterly direction and
Helen Theresa Cagney Plaintiff "s. Dated this 11 day of July, Uoa.lOFFICIAL the parallel to
Defendant. Theron A. Yawn on the chargeof Southerly boundary of said
A. Darby
Charles. Franklin CaagnNo.. 101080Itoilre passing another vehicle on I Clerk SEAL of the Circuit Court Block thirty-one, a distance and six of one hundredths hundred qjkt } .

Ta AppearTo Franklin Cagney, a railroad crossing.The 'By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk (131.06) feet to a Concrete Mon- Jlyi '
: Charles 4j # '
ument on the Easterly boundary y' x .1. t !
residence and address Is: 1606 motorist told Judge '
whobe. ;
I of Lot seven (7), being also the :
17th Street. Warhington. D. that C. a Yawn that his wife was sick, I NOTIPB TO APPEtK Easterly boundary of aforesaid f """ "
notified 1
You are 1erebJ been la Clrrnll Court Bradford ConmtyPlnrliUt Block one (1); last aforesaid ,y.k .
Itttl tnt that he had never before I. Chancery. Concrete Mounment ] "
being in a > '
Divorce In the convicted of a traffic violation, Arnold Irving Rowe Plaintiff vs. Northerly direction and a dis r. i',
bat been filed against you Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, Defendant. tance of sixty -u.- _,
(60) feet from
above named fnyrr 'n'i MIII"and t-jid, all in all, acted so peni- Case No. 10-1086 Southeasterly the
I corner of said block I "
tent and reasonable that the ,-llr* To Appear.To I one (1); run thence in a Northerly -
let him off .with a $1 : Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe direction along the Easterly -

Judge whose ,residence and whose and last address known Is: Unknown ad-- (1) boundary a distance of of said one Block hundred one : New Gulf NoNox Gasoline delivers :

fine.PS.: Court costs: sheriff dress was: 115 West. Seventh Jack- fifty-five and seventeen hun not just the highest octane but
701005tile sonville, Florida.You dredths (155.17) feet to point of
$12.50; county judge $7.50 are hereby notified that a beginning.

total $19.50. suit for You. and each of you, are hereby ...

666 ,. Dh'orcehas been filed against you In and the in notified the Circuit that there Court has of the been Eighth filed full !
above named Court and cause of Judicial Circuit in and for Brad working octane
you are required to serve a copy ford County.
of Florida.a
you are required to serve a ropy the Complaint
or pleading to ('om-
Hans G. Taenzler, Jr., 109 Law Plaintiff's AttorneyH. in Chancery wherein Bertha Pearce r
paint the
a widow, is r
Exchange Building Jacksonville, plaintiff and each of
Florida, E. Nichols, 309 Guaranty Life you is defendant, the style of which ::
Building Jacksonville Florida, Is Bertha Pearce because its super-refined to burn clean
v. Drury
.. and file the original In the office of et. at, defendants, the relief thereIn ) I
:. '\ : the Clerk of thp Circuit Court nor prayed being a Decree -
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before the 15 day of August and confirming

SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE 1955 said;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as con of and to the other lands hereinabove the plaintiff's described title, <; '. \ No GASOLINE no matter how high more complete engine protection I

fessed by you. relief and it further ap- pill- \ the octane will let engine
pearing from said your
sworn I
This notice shall be published that the Complaint extra gas mileage in short-trip,
names of deliver
once each week for four consecutive are unknown, the defendants oiPTY BURNING NEW Gull full power performance- stop-and-go driving
except as therein
weeks In the Bradford County -
forth and that the addresses and tAlt INO IO NoI mileaftermile-unlessitburnsclean.

Dated this 13 day of July 1955. unknown residences and of said that defendants are That's why it pays to always use freedom from vapor-lock, engine I

FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE (OFFICIAL Clerk, SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Court.Py -oarby. son Florida or ,persons the service within there of the process is State no per-Isn of I See what a difference Gulf super-refining makes.new NO-NOX. Gulf NO-NOX is the stumbling and stalling I

Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Chancery Gulf fuel that no knock, no pre-ignitin-e"ea in
4/15 4t 8/5 upon whom would bind takes out the "dirty-burning tail-end" of clean-burning gives you :

REDUCTIONSKeep and said that absent each or known unknown and defendants named I gasoline-at the refinery-to bring you new clean- full working octane day in, day out. today's high-compression engines I

IB The Circuit Court Of The Eighth fendant is over the age of In addition .
de-I NO-NOX. you get.
Judicial Circuit. !. And For Brad- one years, and that the age of I burning
Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit ford Ceral7. Florida. unknown and unnamed ,
In Caaarery. is unknown; P" -- -- -- - - - -. 1-a
from the LOWEST possible rates.STARKE'S PEARCE, a widow. This ,
BERTHA therefore,
I I!I I vs. Plaintiff you hereby Js'notified each of and you to required and command you are to i Now! For the ultimate in working octane performance always use Gulf's ,/("': ',':' I

ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY 'DRURT REDDISH, et. al, serve a copy of your Answer / '
Defendants. er pleading to the Complaint or here-oth- I super-refined gas-oil team..New Gulf NoNox Gasoline andNewGulfpiideH.D.SelectMotorOil :
NOTICETILE : In, \plaintiff's attorneys. Williams 7
L Conner Insurance AgencyPhone STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: and Futch. P. O. Box 188 Starke 8
Doyle ,
Drury Reddish -Reddish Florida, and file the original Answer -
his unknown wife if living and if or other pleading in the office I 0
dead, their unknown heirs at law of the Clerk of the Circuit Court S1 :
285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. legatees, devisees or grantees, and and for Bradford County Florida.In "
1 all other persons claiming by, I
through or under them; John D. McKinley Annri., SAVE SAVE and -McKinley. his unknown vise Pro Confesso will be taken by the Alchlor Process for mod- : ":='' ':" "
SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ $ wife. If living, and If dead, against you for the relief demanded Frondes the toughest protec- >:: : } ;I I.
their unknown heirs at law, legatees In the Complaint. I ern highrompressionenginesn the film ever developed u s
devisees or grantees, and all a
other persons claiming by throughor KAttiJ".fch1fe be jr published ordered once that each this I Controls carbon motor oilAvailable II
under them J. N. Jones and wife week for
: four consecutive weeks in I* Combats corrosive adds, rust in 3 grades-SAB10W.SAE2020W.SAE30. Y
A. V. Jones, if living, and'If dead the Bradford County Telegraph, I
their unknown heirs at law, legatees weekly newspaper, published in a tad deposits $
devisees or grantees, and all Starke, Bradford County Florida.
other persons claiming-, throughor Witness my hand and the Seal of L---------------a----. .
under them; Vasco Dale Alvarez our said Circuit Court -
HUNDREDSof and wife-if living Alvarez, and, if his dead their unknown un Bradford%9th day C2unTtr June Florida AD.,:; this Starke the
known heirs at law legatees, devisees CHARLES A. DARBY F. REGISTER &S ON rrr DISTRIBUTORS
Calista Demeria
or grantees: Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Alvarez and her unknown husband. By: Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
details are managed and economic- if living and It dead, their unknown 7/1 4t '
heirs at law. legatees, devisees o 712r Phone 155 -- Starke Florida
ally attended that only a trained and grantees, and all other persons ,

careful organization can attend when claiming by, through or under
them C. M. Alvarez, andAl
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the urgent need for serving is at varez, his unknown wife. If living,
and if dead their unknown heirs at
hand. law, legatees, devisees grantees;
J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Nell Andrews -
his wife of Bradford County.
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Florida; Louella T. Struth of Brad.
ford County, Florida; Annie Mae
7 Starke Fla. I Ensor former Annie 'Mae Kemper
of Duval County, Florida; and any
.ww.I 4 and all other persons claiming any Just !
right, title or interest in and to the JQQk.what you're missing
Funeral Director Ambulance Service following described lands in Brad- ,
ford CountFlorida, to-wit:
Our local tuneral home enables ua to offer convenience au.: All of Lots one (1), Two (2) and
three (3) and Lots six (6) and
services not otherwise available seven (7) except the Southerly
sixty (60) feet thereof, and the
I II Northerly sixteen and eigthy-
three hundredths (16.83) feet of
We furnish the highest type eervtc at lowest prices and Lot five (5) of Block one (1) ofPearce's

accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, sued by ANT J to Plat Re-subdivision recorded In Flat accordIng Book
2, 32 of the 1 1I
I page public recordsof
company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral Bradford County. Florida together -

Consultation carries no obligation. J with a parcel identified on
I i paid Plat as NOT INCLUDED IN
THIS PLAT and bounded on the



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