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 29, 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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'Woefully Inadequate' Budget Okeyed Bradford With Small Sticks Bloc High Hopes Bared

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i Tentatively By County School BoardA In LegislatureBradford For New IndustryWork

$812,588 school system budget, in some respects termed "County's legislative

The unadorned columns -at the entrance to the The "other half of the'Federal Gun Detector- "woefully inadequate," was tentatively adopted by the |delegation said this week it will

Florida State Prison,do?'t look complex. at all a litQe, black box .whlc cuts loose with .a raucous Bradford County School Board Saturday.The [[stick county unwaveringly bloc to keep with metropolitan the small Started By Chamber Of Commerce

buzz uhen anyone attempts to sneak budget provides)' tax increase. In fact, the tax To
but they are. Between them Is an electro? areas from getting control of the Secure Clothing Plant -

magnetic field so delicate It can,detect hairpins through with metal objects. Sensitivity of the millage on the special Brooker school district is halved. I Florida Legislature. x

is so it.will not sound off at. Th_.. TtnarA will.. Tnppf.. at 10 a.m.
adjustable ----- -- -- -- ----
or tacks In shoes. The columns are part of thenewlyInstalled gadget The Bradford delegatior.. along The Starke Chamber
Federal Gun here betag.wearers of belt buckles and w tches. Here.lt' Monday' August 1, to hold a pub tween schools operation of the ,,'ith other legislators from rural and of Commerce this week unwrapped
Detecty started to
E. 1tten. $ udgetary hearing and forfti- county, andth e hospital polish up a plan for locating a new clothing
tested by guard J._ C. Smith."f! Is operated by guard :, corpora- }ilorida in the long drawn-out manufacturing
auy adopt the annual document tion). s quabble: over reappointment, plant in Starke.

County School Supt. Harmon j. Other sources of county school 1;lew the present session as the. The Chamber is dealing directly with S. H. Leslie, pres

It Goes zz BuzzPrison Hornbeck Stirs P! Morgan said it was "not a g1budget" !money include a 10 mill levy, "'last stand" by rural Florida to' ident of Florida Sun Wear, Inc., which now is located in
because it provides traditional domina- Miami.. _ _
which will raise $52,795: a district r naintain its _ _

Anger At,UnionJury's $1,800 for emergencies and $5,000 levy of seven mills which will t ion of the Legislature although The plant at the outset will that Florida Sun Wear
for maintenance. prospectsare
building "f. raise $36,956 and a two mill tax t.he bulk of the population has employ 45. Ultimately, when its so bright that
Sentinel Last' the budget contained the plant could
VerdictPublic year; for buildings and bus reserves, ihifted, to urban centers. contracts are consolidated employment be a
$6,000 for emergencies and $13,000 profit-making enterprise
which will raise $10,959. This means Sen. Charley E. is expected to reach 100. which would
Interest local
maintenance. j'Fatcbwork" capital.
ire at the mercy sen- 'the Johns and Rep. Doyle E. Conner Major problem facing the Cham The
Despite the fact that county Big Dad
Want good solid razingone that flutters the pulse, Heroux, Repairs ;{ Gov. LeRoy ber of Commerce plant was financed
a tence given George" A. thus puts up a whopping $143 \,rill not go along with is financing a with popular subscription.
weakens,the knees and creates longing for hiding place? slayer of Ass't Prison Supt. J. G. Morgan funds said the new for !budget $93, Morgan said the Minimum < provides only 'patc1awork" lease. story
Try walking through the new portals at the Florida State Godwin last April, has been stir- Foundation Program made it < repairs and maintenance."If meeting of
Prison. Chances are you'll get'.the best razzing of all times. red up by a convict who faces steam boiler bad. mandatory for the School Board I L:ess by constitutional amendment which The proposal is not\inlike that Commerce directors Chamber of

n _-,.. ..--- ._..,_,, ......... 'li"adPNl1. the electric chair. one goes to take $55.000 of this amount to I r a small county also gets ultimately led to the estab- Monday:
snsa t.v..aw, u" ---- -- there won't be a cent left, be lishment The seasonal nature
off-set of the of labor
the metropolian Big Dad In
machine Samuel Hornbeck._ who faces match state i senator to plant in
Gun Detector an expensive metal objects as keys and coinson said. f Starke. i Miami hag handicapped

Installed 'u' the. direct.- result a table. Then they walk electricution when Gov. LeRoy Morgan said the reason for the That leaves the School Board t L: influence. Prospects Sun Wear It has been Florida

of the gun 'am.uggltngepi ode between'(he two Columns. If'they Collins returns from a Northern poor budgeting is that fixed costi, with less than $100,000 to per- Favor Bradford-Union will But Chamber Bright thorn that the has such a
which ended la the fatal shotting : raspberry shed trip next week based a plea for And, they said they also directors indicated company sub.
are given the they many of them mandatory because form necessary services, he pointed contracted some work to
of Asst Prison, SupO. G. God more metal until they 'comeclean" clemency on the fact that a Union of the State Minimum Foundation out I t ight any efforts to split facturers in Alabama and manu.
I f: and Union's senatorial district Hopes Georgia..
County ,jury recommended mercy RenewedFor I
win. I and the machine, remains Program. eats up practically all State Pays Most Saw
was back in Apr \., for Heroux, an acknowledgedkiller. t t: during the reapportionmentsessions Exhibit
The shooting
silent of the made available
< frou
money But added Morgan the county years
in Talla- ago,
started in now going on upon seeing th4
But it all 'February'1 Otherwise, of course they're in county funds. g has no cause for compaint While hassee. 'Copter BaseA Bradford County exhibit
when an attractive for a more exhaustive "shake Hornbeck said it was difficult: As for the maintenance item of it pays $130,000 in sales taxes and State Fair in Tampa Leslie
blonde of the Miami ,* for him to understand how he $5,000. he said, ?'We 16 Both said about everyone is 'ed show.
ought interest
down, prison ,terminology for a $75,000 for automotive tags each telegram from U. in locating In
crowd sauntered through .the Prison must die for the murder of a I agreed that Bay in West Florida S. Sen.. Bradford
search! spend that much right now for year, this totals only $205,000 II George Smathers County.
gates to visit George Heroux Sinclair- makes plain' that the Duval County policeman when paint Buildings are going to F taken from the county. Schools I ind Monroe in South Florida are F this week that a renewed hope Correspondence

Jr.. convicted bank robber .and: machine does not replace.the old- testimony strongly indicated he pieces, and it would save moneyin alone get over $700,000 a year I entitled to senators of their own training base with helicopter pilot has been spasmotic on the subject
for escaping is of their vast increase a $2,000,000 ever since.
kidnapper with an urge fashioned 'search by hand. "The did not firea single shot duringan the long run. But the money:\from the state. This because payroll can be located On March 5, Leslie visited

prison walls. machine ls I nothing more than a attempted robbery. just isn't there." I; "Dade and bigger xounties are in population in recent I ford County. near Brad ,Since, then.__ Chamber secretary Starke.

Gun la GIGrdle metal, detector," he points out. The policeman, Thomas A. No: Drastic Changes J paying for our schools," commented ;years. Smathers: said rAianon-- L Howe and President -
and Monrc the Jerry-
The visitor, Ruth HerDux' Staf- "It indicated the presence of Robinson apparently was killed The budget contains no drastic Morgan. And, they added Bay within the still is Army Department -,Gay have gone to Miami for
senators con.
fa, had a tiny .25 calibre automatic metal. That's: all nothingmore. by Hornbeck's confederate, Myron I changes from the one adoptedlast He pointed out the school system : can get from private seeking bids ferences with Leslie,

In her girdle and a bag of It simply is added protec. Peter Goldman, who also died in L year. Overall spending jumps will be operated on 83 percent present framework. The Legislature ,will establish contractors, who i. The proposal now has
1 have agreedto and firmed
bullets in her hand. With a crowdof the affray. from $704,978 to $812,588. primarily :- state funds and 12 per cent :l in various bills base, probably operate the up to the extent that Gay, Tom

visitors ganging around 'the tiop."We'stll1 have- to actually search "My weakness is stealing," said I because of a $200 teacher pay local funds. the proposalBut insists on giv- .North or Central somewhere Florida. in Slade! Guy Andrews and Carl
de Gov. Collins
gate the contraband'escaped visitors "and convicts for dope,, the condemned man. "I was a I raise provided by the 1955 Legislature Not included in overall budge- Sarasota The training base Johns all Chambers directors _
senator also to will
tection. Whiskey", illicit 'letters or other r thief but all I took was money, Thi3 raise will be passedon tary figures are bond construction ing a Brevard. If these terned after the be pat? .agreed Monday to serve as a com

,Later she said'ne wasn'tuhlle .\contraband. The machine will I I not lives." to Bradford teachers.The funds raised by "AmendmentOne. and, perhaps, from within the I raft training school propeller in air- mittee to get a building underway.

.,...;A.O'M..nM.*4.v.___ .H___ searched_ mainly noV detect those." Hornbeck complained! to the budget breakdown reveals ." This amounted to $525.000last senators 38-member come framework of A private contractor Marianna. GGay told the directors that

because Heroux's friends had so Along with the super-duper governor that Heroux "killed in the federal government will pro- year but with the spending present school, holding a operates the Leslie wants 12,000 square feet
it populous
Senate means
the contract
scared her that she, ,wanted to model- installed, at the Prison cold blood and has a more violent vide only $30,000 for schools, program near its end totals South Florida, will grasp controlof I the. Air Force while with of manufacturing space on a plot

"get it over WIUII" whether caughtor gate. the 'g ards have acquired :record than I, and yet was given mainly for the school lunch pro only $59,730 this year. Morgan Force cadets. training Air of land large enough about two

not another weapon of the same type. life." gram. This is only about two said even the $59,730 already is the UpperChamber Deal Starke Chamber of I I i'I acres, to permit expansion if

Heroux. somehow, concealed the It is a portable metal detector. per cent of planned expenditures. earmarked for payment for work Package oficials learned Commerce necessary, ,
A Union added Johns and of the
County last Consequently
weapon until April, when he This machine has a "wand" or"paddle" jury The largest source of revenue, is already performed. 'proposal several copter 20 Year Lease
started a shooting spree which attached by wires to a month found Heroux guilty of the state under the Minimum Tax ReductionThe Conner, they believe the ultimate investigation weeks ago. Upon Gay said he believed that
first degree murder but it solution will be a "package deal"which they were told Leslfa
recommended is
killed Godwin and wounded twoguards. portable box about the size of a Foundation Program. Itvwill provide tax reduction comes in District all bids were in that willing to advance $10,000
increase the Senate'smembership and on
suitcase. The wand. when passed mercy. This made a life $561.662 including $421- 18, Brooker, which owes only would County could Bradford a 20 year lease for the
County Jury gave I I will detect sentence mandatory. Court ,officials 000 for- teacher ,salaries, $32,000 from 38 to 40 by a not be the site. It would be building
A Union over persons or objects, said ; $2,500 on a 1928 bond issue. This week, Smathers ideal indicated Gay
.. HeYoux life for the. killing. Ruth metal. ._ ,?.. only one death verdict for transportation $$12,000 capita: !*Morgan said the millage can be constitutional amendment the old bids were wired that and other directors, if the $10,000

and her husband,'RaT Staff ardrew I ":'Tut that paddle.C near a p had ever been returned in Union Outlay, $43,000 bond service, $10- cut from four to two and .the Under this plan they said, the ones will be thrown out and'new i was applied toward the tail end
County.The will give a senator to taken
Legislature later.
10 year sentences for their roles. son's mouth and it will buzz r-I 400 textbooks. bonds retired next year, so the Chamber directors [of the lease.
senator to E.
Monroe Bay.
and a L.
Need Seen I cause of the fillings in his sentence actually was no Race Traek Money Board approved. t and Guy Mathews This means Leslie would

The incident pointed up the :said Sinclair. "We have one fellow -! penalty for Heroux, since he already County funds going into schools In a routine action, the Board Then, to make things legal. it l began Andrews immediately something under $400 a month pay

need. too late to avoid one of the who was sewed up with wire 13 serving 50 years for amount to 143693. Of this authorized Morgan to use existing will adjourn, reconvene immediately contractors from contacting private I''rental until the end of the leasing

Prison's worse tragedies, for during surgery. and it buzzes rotbery and kidnapping. amount, $48,333 will be race track funds to retire $4,500 in bonds after and pass a"institutional earlier inviting a list secured period, at which time tha $10,000

something to guard against smug- from the metal embedded in his Letters from readers in this money which is distributed equally owed by District 3, Starke, instead amendment increasing the Senate'smembership Camp them to inspect 'advance would be paid toward the

gling of weapons to the Prison's body." tone are appearing in a Jacksonville between the 67 counties. (Brad- of the $1,500 usually retired to 40 and giving sen- stone Air Base Blanding and Key. 'rent.j .

2009. convicts. The main value of this instrument S newspaper: ford's annual share is about annually. Morgan said the funds ators to Sarasota in the South Matthews said as he possible sites. 'j Chamber directors indicated

This led to the recent installation said Sinclair, is for search- "One can hardly but wonder if $145,000, but it is split equally be- are on hand. and Okaloosa in the West. of the State had assurance'they would plan on a $60,000 max-

of the Federal Gun Detector.I ing such objects as mattresses for Hornbeck isn't right. Why Is it The constitutional amendmentwill it would permit Armory Board that. imum cost of building and land.
to that a man who probably didn't I have to be approved in astatewide Camp Blanding
isn't imposing to With $10,000
The gadget concealed weapons. Previously, be used for I advance, that would
see. Two columns installed at I mattresses had to be ripped apart. actually pull a trigger to kill a election before it can purpose. such a military leave $50,000 to raise in order to
Land Deal I
the main gate are fastened by I policeman goes to the chair, yet At Blanding be valid. If any of the 'locate the industry in Starke.

wires to a black metal box 20 Starke.Seeks. Offers another thug who coldbloodedlyshot This arrangement, they said, local facilities contractors choose Easily Financed .
columnsIs down a prison official gets would preserve the domination of he makes his bid Andrews
feet indicated
away. on that that
On Installing Power but life term? rural counties in the Legislature. basis. If the bid is I I I under
an electro-magnetic field, Metal nothing a : by accepted this plan, as outlined, the t'manc-
passing through this field sounds Units From New BernThe I "Something is cockeyed with Angers Former Ownersknew Both Johns and Conner, like then will be the Army, the base ing could be put over even with

n_ hi.p__ nn____. with nn.. a_ most.___ the. two- .juries there and thousrh- most legislators from the smaller The situated here. private profit-making capital of

alarming tone and a red light City of Starke this week jl have no sympathy for either Bradford County citizens who nothing about it. In one counties, fear that a city-domi- within 500 helicopter miles base must be I necessary. "There'll be no diff I.

flashes on the box panel called for bids on transportingand man. I can see how Hornbeck, relinquished their lands for Camp piece at the Keystone Air Base, nated Legislature would tamper Ala. It will of Camp Rucker ulty in getting a loan under

Very Sensitive installing its five new elec- facing death can be competely Blanding aren't too happy about I showed them by tax stamps with state revenue which now is persons. employ about 500) those circumstances," he said.

According to the Prison's new trical generators purchased from confused. the State Armory Board's cashing what I payed for the property. distributed among the counties. Construction '"If he will advance $10,000 and

assistant superintendent, DeWitt the City of New Bern N. C. "Sometimes you wonder at our in on ilmenite royalties paid Still they wouldn't pay its value.! Racing Revenue 80,000 feet would include pay $400 a month, we can do the

Sinclair, the gadget is so sensitive The bids' for disassembling, jury system." by E. I. DuPont de Nemours. "Joe Wilson and I were the only They cited racing revenue, 180 of hangar space for rest.
it will detect shoe tacks and shipping and reinstalling the units Notary Publics In the area. While which now is divided equally be-
Under terms of a new lease, Chamber of Probably the first catch will be
hair pins, belt buckles and watches will ts opened August 12. Also Board Seeks we.helped them with workas tween the counties and amountsto Commerce Pres
Ban paper Jerry raising some $1,500 for and
DuPont now is paying 65 centsa about $150,000 Gay warned of I plans
a a
rings and earrings.But opened at the same time will be a public service, those vultures year. The couple ol t
since detection of these 'bids for air compressor and bat ton royalty for mining 15,000 came down and stole money, which is a drop in the developments which may handicap -, specifications. These usually are

innocent bits of metal is ridiculous, tery equipment necessary to operate On 'Junk' BusesAn acres of state and federal land ,ty." our proper S bucket to such counties a!( Dade I development of the copter, necessary before a loan is possible.Gay .

the machine I is "toned down" to the new units. extending from the vicinity of and Duval, means a lot to the I.base here. stressed that the deal is
effort to remove some of Thomas, and some of the otherlandowners One fluid. Leslie has not
smaller counties. is the yet formally
Lawtey to Keystone Heights. necessity for clear
such an extent that it performsthe City Clerk Carl Johns was Unable near
Bradford County's "junk" school the land in blamed Cong. Charles I What about the I air lanes. He said the agreed to put up $10,000 and the
major duty of detecting knives to estimate the cost of the buses from All of was private alignment of Army may: :
and guns. installation and new equipment. the highways was hands until the early 1940's, when Bennett of Jacksonville and Sen. the 15th Senatorial District, which (determine Blanding of Keystone. cost of the building still is subjectto
made Saturday by the School Spessard L. Holland of Bartow for
Nevertheless. it still detects a Starke purchased the five 1.000 it was condemned or bought to F embraces Bradford and Union I f is too close to air traffic at Cecil i t investigation.

lot of innocent metaL The raspy kilowatt generators from New Board.The expand the Camp Blanding area. cooking up the deal which after counties? There have been recent Field near Jacksonville.The 'I The directors also indicated the
Board World
instructed CountySupt. War n, sewed, the land
buzzer sounds off because of keys Bern for 175000.: Under con- Blanding became a training base legislative efforts to divorcethe other possible handicap .is I subject of financing is indefinite.
Harmon P. Morgan to in- for the Armory Board. |
coins, fountain pens and this struction are added plant facilities : for 60,000 soldiers at one time. two and throw Bradford into that some surplus airbases, available -, Whether the building is privately

is hard to believe tinfoil foundin I to house the new units. vestigate the possibility of bor- Under terms of the new lease "Bennett and Holland rammedit ja I district with the more populous elsewhere may already have, financed or publicly subscribed
rowing $18,000 to buy between I down throats," said Thomas, :
cigarette packages.Must I On August 15, the City Boardof the State Armory Board will receive our 'Clay. necessary hangar space, housing: depends on the amount of public
three to six
buses all according to "It rankles in breast. .
Johns and
my I and Conner other facilities.
"Come Clean"Visitor8 Bond Trustees will open bids the royalties which, when total- ar!> Ow.u".t'to.i i6.j support.
types purchased. Another large landowner in the.!opposed to aYha ge .
and convicts have come for purchase of a half ton pickup ed, amount to over $10 an acre in the! .
Morgan favored the .
idea not-
area Luther Powell had
to accept the new procedure. After truck. It plans to trade in a 1943 for the sandy area containing was who I. alignment. They point cut that
routine search, they shed such model. ing the Board may save money by and scrub oak. Some of F 1,500 acres in his own name while Union and Bradford once were the'

buying the vehicles in volume instead pines the to the federal another 2,000 were owned by his I same county and some of the old 'I II Ode To The ArmadilloOne
money goes
of year-to-year emergency father, the late L. C. Powell. i I ties still exist.

purchases. government. Powell said they received :I They said the
economy is similar night last week
Morgan said he believed the If the land was in private hands,
little than the
more $10 an for l
acre philosophy
is not far
would to the land apart E. C. Clark, who lives
law allows the School Board to the royalty go the property largely because it.. and the population is not toornNuitate. 'S

,. S borrow $18 000 to be paid out overa owners. was timbered."I I j I [ In a log cabin three

six-year period. Later, Morgan L But it isn't just the new lease feel I I I miles east of Starke,
they should have
said the law was amended by the that sparked the, unhappiness. The put a I heard his dogs set up
price on it after the war and givenus Restaurant S ,
1955 Legislature, and he would former owners have sought to regain the I,, : Operator an awful html Clark
right to buy it back said
______ ha"eto- seek more information L, title of the land for the past Near Hampton Dies i ;
Powell. Tve even tried to get a I found the dogs had
N4L from Tallahassee.The I few years. In fact, they banded
timber lease with no luck." cornered little
I !After Heart a funny -
school said .
superintendent together and sent a representativeto -
But, speaking of the DuPont
_ __ the county had one 1941 bus on Washington in 1952, but it wasa I armor-plated animal -
.1 operation. Powell said. "I'm gladthey're Martin Krause, operator of the that is
Dog's SS the road and several 1946 and "futile mission. I supposedto
1947 models. For the first timein Starke Mayor J. R. Wainwright here. I think they're doing II!restaurant at Hampton Junction. ) / reside only in South
a good job. The died \
payroll Monday
evening following a
;; _ years the county bought three!I who was half-owner of 4,400 acres a lot to Starke." heait America and westernU.
: II |[. attack.
new buses last year. ;I commented that "all the property S. Clark got his
Board Chairman J. E. Brown I I E. K. Ferryman, former county'] Funeral services were held at':'
j owners got a raw deal. judge, said he 'DeWitt C. Jones in S ; gun and blazed away.
Eye termed the older buses as "junk." was given about' Chapel Starke( I
Members H. A. Lawson and Dan I He said the government awarded -i I$16 an acre for 300 heavily timbered -I Wednesday with the Rev. Willardj I S.--: -: At left, he holds hi*

Starling agreed the Board should L I $15.000 for the 4,400 acres and acres. He simply said "I:Jones of Hampton officiating. i, trophy: a genuine armadillo -

"get those things off the road. "that wouldn't" even pay for the. would like to get the land back."!Interment :was in the family plot S third or

View Morgan warned however the timber. He added, "They took Since all of the leased area is\in Ridgewood N. Y. I" -i fourth to be found In
: the land at a time (during the in adjacent Mr. Krause was stricken Mon. -
IL unty would save money by buv- Clay County, and; '-i1 and around Starke in
'1I later in the year. At the war) when it was unpatriotic to since state land cannot be taxed.1!day morning and passed away in > recent years. No

''''nt. most counties are making i I protest"I ,Clay County finds itself with aj!.a Gainesville hospital the same to one
: seems know where
Tt I large hunk of evening. :
5 hIs purchases preparation tax exempt property. -, !I
: _
; for the fall term and the prices thought the property would revert: Rep. Doyle E. Conner said he I i. He moved to Bradford County j .c the Florida armadillos

are up.There. to private owners when no longer supported a bill in the 1955 Legis-]!from Brooklyn, Jf. Y., over a year II j are coming from.

was some discussion ot needed for military purposes. lature which would have allowed;I I ago. He wag a retired shipf itter,

the typs of vehicles to be pur- [Disclosures since then show the Clay to tax the leased area. The,I'having worked with the Navy. ARMADILLO: Any of the great variety of omnivorous burrowIng -

I |chased. Lawson favored a sleek deeds did not have reversion'till was killed in House committee.4':He was a member of the Evan-\ mammals, having a jointed, protective covering of bony

175-passenger model costing $7,- clauses. I The argument of those seeking'gelical I Church. F, plates. They are found throughout South America and northto

Ylpe! Here come the dogcatcher. This Is the dog's eye view of i 500. for the Brooker run butI A. J. Thomas Sr.. who received i 1 lto keep the Camp area intact in I I Surviving are his wife Anne,II Texas.-Standard( Dictionary).

the City of Starke's new dog net, which Isn't likely to be used since I I Morgan said the vehicle was stall I $5 or $6 an acre for 960 'acresin hands is that military reopening Evert Krause of Hampton: two;

the hoop measures four feet across, the handle six feet long and the in the experimental stage. the lease area said the land was of the Camp is more like:I sons, George E. Yangle of Phoenix The armored armadillo Is a funny Utile beast; -

whole work* neighs over 50 pounds. Starke officials ordered the net Morgan favored, instead the "confiscated." He suggested the ly with the property in one piece. ; Ariz., and Howard Krause with The dictionary says that he's a stranger to the East.
standard former landowners might seek This also maintains the, the Air Force in Japan; two
66-passenger model but groups
for $U,from the City of Jackson\UIe. which claimed they ,used it : But the silly little "dilly"- tired of climate that is torrlder-
no decision was made. redress by asking the government former andowners were adequ te-. brothers Frederick of Brooklynand
and the net was just the berries. It doesn't work that way in Starke The motion to borrow the money L- to permit a law suit. ly paid for the land in view of the George of Chicago, DL: two Doesn't. know he ain't supposed to, to he's often found

Dogcatcher Ocar Water, holding the net, prefers to use his hand., was made by Lawson and seconded "They rode right over us," commented fact it was undeveloped and the sisters, Mrs. Katherine Rotamelof ia Florida.toO. .

"Jat'kson'We has right dogcatcher* to carry this thing around," he I by Starling. The systemhas I! Thomas. "They sent peo existence of the valuable mineral' Long Island N Y., and Mrs.

grunted. 22 buses at present. ple in to appraise the land who ,was not suspected. I Helen Morgan of Adana. Turkey

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IB CIrc-.lt t'oart. Bradford Coutr. 133S.lUFFTCIAL.
Florida Clla. "-T. SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAS ;
editorial Farmer's Miner Peyton Roberson. Plaintiff, Clerk of said Court
Diary \ts. Annie Laura Wilson. Roberson. By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk You are hereby notified( that a 22 day of August. 1955; ,
Defendant. Case I'o. 10-1053 Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch ETlild- Suit for divorce and custody o* otherwise the allegations of sail ;.
Order Of Publlotlom And Notice To ing. Jacksonville Florida. minor children has been filed Complaint will be taken as confess-
# i By Sam McGarveykill Affftri State Of Florida Tot Attys. for Pl!. 4/15 it 8/5 against you in the above named ed by j
Annie Laura Wilson Roberson, Court and cause and yon are required This notice shall be published t
The Arctic And Florida whose residence and: address is AOTICE TOPPER to serve a copy of your an. one each week for four consecutive '
the weeds and loosen up the '5944? Oak Street, Eastman Georgia. In Circuit Court. Bradford County swer the or Plaintiffs pleading to the complainton weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
Attorney .
soil, and now the plants are start- August You are 15. 1955 required in the to above appear named on Florida J. In Hollenbeck.rhunrrry.Clayton .Plaintiff.'S.' Wm. D, Morgan 507 Clark Build Dated this 18 day of July, US5. *
Have Plenty In CommonDid ing to grow. Sam hoed out one I(Court Ind cause, wherein plaintiff Helen G, Hollenbeck. Defendant lug, Jacksonville Florida, (OFFICIAL SHAD Charles A. DarbY }
I Beeks'divorce.Bradtora and file the original in the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court !.
bed and worked in some raw lountyelegraph shall Xotlee To Appear Case Xo. 19-10-9! the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
bonemeaL ]publish this Order In nest fourweekly To: Helen G. Hollenbeck. whose before the 7 32: 4t 5:12VAWTAS71r
Florida giant refrigerator -
ever think of as a
you .
S S residence and address is* 903 Van- I'
? Witness my hand and official seal derver Avenue Wilmington Dela
We are already getting the land at Starke. Florida, this July 13. ware.
We don't mean a place to store meats and mak- in shape for our next season's v--_ !

ings for alads. Nor do we mean the deep berry patch. We cut it under a f

freeze, where those dewey fresh vegetables are few weeks ago, but with all the ;
stored for the darkest days ofwinter.. Seems like there is always trash and sawdust we had there i iI
We mean Florida's reputation as a "cooling off" something good to eat on a farm, it is going to take time for it to I
and right now it is peanuts.We .
green is to cut it .
and rot. It our plan over
haven for tax evaders, gun-toting gamblers
dug a few hills this week,started -
times before at-
convicted .felons who seek Florida climate when them, and couldn't stop. several more we 1955
tempt to bed it up which will be I
"things get hot" up North. (Pause, while, Sam shells a few some time late in August BIG OVEN ALL-PORCELAIN
For example, two men'- John Hoyt Shepherdand and then chews reflectively). S II

James R. Matthews were convicted as Some:: people like 'em boiled some After we bed it up we plan to

gamblers as the aftermath of the badly needed parched but Sam likes them best fumigate the, soil where our berry I II

cleanup of the filthy and corrupt Phenix City in just as they come out of the rows will be, as when we talkedto FOOD
ground. They are not quite ready Leon Norman recently, he holdus I
Alabama. yet, but still they taste GOOD!
that it helps a great deaL We
Now the two are building a restaurant and S .
understand it also helps the grassto FREEZER I
store near the Daytona Beach oceanfront. Went to see :Mr. and :Mrs. H. H. grow but if it helps one.it. is 0

Florida has plenty lawbreaker of ,the home (Harry) Lewis this week, who bound to help the other. L
grown variety. Nassau and Baker counties are live just off Bayless Highway, and e S

best known as the moonshine manufacturing got 1,000 sweet potato vines. Afterwe Visited Mr. J. L. Orr who liveson & j1 _

capitals of Florida'The stuff, made by local boys, cut and loaded them in old the Old Conner homestead. _
Nellie Belle, we sat on the Lewis'porch Although he is living alone now
is marketed'broadly in the northern tier of coun-
and visited awhile, glad to (his son Tom is in service), Mr. 3
ties nearest the Georgia line. They're: milkingthe dill r.
get out of the hot sun.
Orr is doing a fine job of building
state ,and federal governments of millions a pastures and keeping his farm

year in tax money. We had a delicious dinner with going. Only trouble right now is
,And we ventura to say there isn't a county in them (the Lewises, and their that the red bugs are giving hima
Florida that doesn't have a dealer in "Cuban end" daughter, Mrs. Thelma Conner fit and they seem-to enjoy chew- U 1t1

the cute little game based on the Saturday evening and her daughter, Yvonne) con- ing on ex-Yankees as much as .
sisting of stew, boiled rice, peas do Rebels. '
outcome of the Cuban lottery. Cuban end they on
beans, potatoes, tomatoes, hot S .
costs only 10 cents a slice, and it's a rotten busi- biscuits corn bread, blackberry
And speaking of pests, we are
ness that robs the ignorant who, of course, need jelly fig preserves, Iced tea, cof- still trying to de-flea Leo. We
the for bread and meat. fee and lots Sam
money more. especially tried to make him sit in a glava-
In addition to the home grown variety of crime enjoyed the. sweet-sour. pickles. nized tub full of water this week t
Florida has had its share of invasions by the big but the rascal is just too big, -
that Al "vacationed"with On the way home Alice spieda and he
timers. Don't forget Capone doesn't like to take a bath
his mobsters on an expensive Florida estate. huge turtle shell hanging on a anj: how. We dusted him with
And remember the Kefauver investigation, fence post, and it was as big as 5 per cent DDT, used BHC, flea

in 1950 we or so, which showed a fabulous gambling way a galvanized home we tub.were The speculatingon rest of the but soap still, flea he powder keeps, scratching.and lots more Butwe're ;::1 LIMITED I I F

empire known as the "S and G Syndicate run how it got there. '
stubborn. Either we'll
Chicago until some local boys managedto get :1 1 QUANTITY
by a gang S rid of those fleas or we'll wear MODEl ,
muscle into the racket. Ifwe remember cor- That evening we set out the ourselves out trying. HC-7 ; I

rectly, this was something of an eight million dollar sweet potato vines, and it was as -

a year business. Alice said, "one of the easiest Alice set out some tomato fait-Safe Alarm System 0 Counterbalanced Lid I I : I .

Most of these invasions of "foreign talent" jobs on a farm". We had fertilized plants this week. She had some Positive Action Latch a Removable Baskets '
of the beds with 4-7-5 containing in the cold frame which we planted t.
it's matter
have been broken up. But only a
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chlordane, and we hope that Selective Temperature Control :
time until other outsiders recognize Florida and helpsto back in the spring, So she decided ,
control the insects. We made to see what they'd do if
its opulent tourist business as a fertile field. iM' I nKsrosMl I 7
the beds high as last year we given a chance. I '
Messrs. Shepherd and Matthews could be the learned that sweet potato beds S .

forerunner of things worse to come. have to be way up from the mid- This hot sun sure does heat Plenty of Freezer Supplies r .

We see where Gov. LeRoy Collins has calledon dles. things up. The tractor seat for r Come hi 'today

Florida's 67 sheriffs to tighten down. Maybehe instance. Sam squatted on it, C

ports ought on efforts to go further the sheriffs and require are making written to re-reduce him Sam these has days his working work cut the out berry for after old Katrinka had been in G. J. M G R IFF We Service What We Sell '

runner beds. We have a fairly the scorching rays for a few hours,
organized crime.It good stand, but! with all the rain and bounced three feet in the
would be interesting to observe how many we've had, plus the water we put air. What with a hole in his GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Gl J L I F F
sheriffs have commendable arrest records as com- m
on by irrigation, the plants need breeches, his bottom sizzled likea Cor. Call and Walnut Sts. Phone 229 Starke, Fla.
pared to those whose achievements consist most- ed working. We used the wheel piece of bacon in a hot frying
ly of hauling in tourists who run traffic lights. hoe on both side of the rows to pan.Home We Service Everything We Sell GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

Maybe its time to open the refrigerator door Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229

and cast some light on the subject. /-:0 DemonstrationNotes

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Streamliners And PeonsComes .

now the venerable Caleb J. King Sr., )} tl js'W:a$ DOROTHY by ROSS Important# # #thought# to# keep in mind z : fiY :

who in a weighty Florida Times-Union column ) vi.lx; W Home Demonstration
Agent I There's no need to worry about stalling in hot-weather traffic; no
hints that ,installment buying' herald the / vI
may need to about fill
worry balky hot-engine starting Just up at your
end of American society.He I 1 t I
Gulf station with New Super-Refined Gulf NO-NOX-the gasoline
says family indebtedness may reflect the Pears :: cups sugar, 2 lemons, one-half cup i that's made with evaporation control to prevent vapor-lock. And

attitude. "Let us eat, drink and be merry, for Pears are all-around contribu- Vn'sar. tablespoon salt, 1 table- always protect your engine with New Gulfpride H.D. Select, the
tomorrow we may die." tors of minerals; vitamins and spoon cinnamon, 1 tablespoon motor oil that controls carbon. t
other helps for' good eating and cloves, 1 teaspoon grated nutmeg.
Something will have to be'done about this moral
well-balanced meals. In fact they Grind
: pears with coarse blade
decay attacking our society he In short,
belong in group' 3 of the Basic 7 of food chopper. Grind lemon
let's all this stuff with time
folks quit buying Food Groups. rind after squeezing juiceout..
payments. For a fine grained texture and Combine all ingred.ients'L'1cluding ii

Now, we know Mr. King works for a newspaper good flavor, gather pears when lemon juice, and cook until mix

largely owned by railroads., And we see nothing fully grown but not entirely ripened. ture is thick and tender. Pour ,

particularly insidious about that. But, we won- Keep at room temperature hot into sterile jars and .seal.
der, has he thought this thing out? several days or longer for ripen Process. 10 minutes in boiling
ing. Pears are best for eating water bath.
Not many can afford cash for stoves, refrigerators -
fresh when the flesh at the stem State Council MeetingMrs. .
freezers automobiles, homes tractors and
end yields_readily to slight pres- E. J. Whelan president of
other farming implements, typewriters, washers sure of the thumb. Underripepears the Lawtey Home DemonstrationClub ;
ironers and other conveniences nay, necessities. can be used for cooking attended the state meetingof '

So if time purchases stop, workers producing because the heat completes the the Home Demonstration Council -

these goods: face starvation. The thing snowballsto ripening process. at the University of Florida

such an extent that, when the turnover of For a quick and easy way to this month 83 a delegate. This is
money ceases practically everybody will be in prepare fresh pears that your the second year she has attended As -

the bread lines. family will enjoy, try this: Short Courses in various phasesof .

And, when shipments halt, what will happen to Tear Crisp home in making are given each u y.A

Mr. King's railroads?, Will they collect freighton 1 quart pared and sliced fresh meeting.year connection About 400 with the state
pears cup sifted flour 1 cup
empty cars shifted from one end of these brown sugar, one-half cup butter, all parts of Florida attended these
United States to the other? one-half teaspoon vanilla one- classes this year.

But there is another aspect we don't like about eighth teaspoon salt Attending with Mrs. Whelanwas
Mr. King's scholarly musings. We know and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr. of
Put sliced in buttered
pears a lawtey. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. ... ... .,. .' '.'
Mr. knows '
we presume King the greatest deep pie pan. Mix flour and Miss Patricia .. -
borrowers in the world are the railroads. The sugar. Cut butter, vanilla and Miss Elizabeth Wainwright and I
railroads BELIEVE in time salt into the flour-sugar mixture Ann Tatum were
Look at history. The railroads borrowed to with a fork or pastry blender. cates present were when awarded.short course certifi- : New u1f No'Nox Gasoline delivers not just the highest octane but t j

open up the South and the West. And we are Spread over the fruit. Bake in a :Mrs. Whelan took a short II
moderate over (350 degrees)
thankful they did. The railroads borrow today course sequence that included instruction -
about 25-45 minutes or until the .
in order to revamp equipment, venture into new fruit is tender and the crumb on real estate trans-

fields, experiment with streamliners. For all this crust is a golden brown. Serve actions finance, and contracts insurance.Mrs. and. banking. full working octane II

we are thankful.In warm with or without cream. 6-8 .
fact railroads borrow to such an extent servings. Note: If sweetened Dinkins Whelan and I felt commented "Mrs. \
that the time II
. they NEVER ACTUALLY OWN much of their canned or frozen fruit is used,
. equipment. Look at the streamliners. Somewhere reduce the amount of sugar in We and wish effort more was Bradford very well County spent Y because its super-refined to bum clean II
the crust. I
emblazoned on the iron you will see some- home demonstration women would i
thing like this: "Hanover Bank of New York." Pear Mince Meat attend the short courses." Y NO GASOLINE, no matter how high more complete engine protection I Ithe I
Want to
conserve some of those
Know what that means? It means the rail- pears? This is different and is YOU'LL LOVE-the new Ester- octane, will let your engine extra gas mileage in short-trip, I
roads never get out of debt. By the time deliver full power performance-
they delicious eaten with meats or as brook purse-size fountain pens'In ,EwCUtF stop-and-go driving .
get a car paid for. it's worn out and they borrowto a relish with your meals. pastel shades. Only $2.38 at Brad- TAI6END ho NOX mile after mile-unless it burnsclean. freedom from vapor lock, engine
build another. In short, banks keep the title 2 dozen large hard pears 6 ford County Telegraph. That's why it pays to always 1 use stumbling and stalling I
to the rolling equipment. new NO-NOX. Gulf NO-NOX is the _
..ctNrl- See what a difference Gulf super-refining makes .
knock Intoday's
I clean-burning fuel that gives no ,no pre-ignitioo-fleD
Is Mr. King, then hinting that we are to havea Gulf takes out the "dirty-burning tail-end** of you

double standard? Is big business perfectly free From where I sit...fy Joe Marsh I gasoline-at the refinery-to bring you new clean- full working octane day in,day out. high-compression engines I
addition ..
to finance itself by borrowing while the peon | burning Gulf NO-NOX. you I
, citizens must curb their for betterment :'.<"&:i'
appetites ? _ _ m a _ _ rer .. ....(?' ..:. at
Picture Mr. King's argument carried to its r / :
logical conclusion: Modern Science Finally B Now! For the ultimate in working octane performance! .aiways I use Gulf's 1;; ." \ I

Maw looks up from her scrub board or wood J Catches Up With GrandpaI I super-refined gas-oil team.Jew Gulf NoNox Gasoline and .- ;
stove. Junior starts his six-mile trudge to school,

and paw hitches up his one-mule plow, WHILE got put in my place the other From where I sit, there's prob- QqgI4 Y YThe
STREAMLINER ZOOMS PAST. eight.Deserveditteo.Myfather- sound reasoning back of I Hew Gulf nde Hl: Select Motor on g

Nuts! in-law said we were due for bad most old sayings..back of cuij- -
weather.Birds are flying low,"he thing people have learned to believe only motor oil super-refined Assures lower oQ consumption '-

_...._.._.... _",.-_.._.,_-._...-.,._,-,.,_..-..w,.,,__....,_",,....- .-...,._" ._,._....,._"......_.._.--"."...,. ........,...,.,........._..... reported. That means a storm. in. Take the idea of a stitch B by the Process for mod- % I.
Provides the >gf>protective
I started to josh with the old ia time saving nine-sparing rods fl .T emhigh-compressloncngmes. filmeverdevelopedinamotaorAlchlor I .
TELEGRAPHEST. gentleman about being supersti and spoiling children-of drink- I Controls carbon :,
E. L MATTHEWS OWNER 1879 AND EDITOR tious. Then my nephew Jim, on ing hot milk,or a refreshing glass Combats corrosive acids Available in 3 grades-SAB f ; I
vacation from college pipes up. of beer at bedtime.You may not B and deposits rust 10W.SAE2020W.SAE30F. I

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS- "Grandad's right," he says. hold with any of these beliefs
e PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY "At least, that's what they say. fourtelt... bat it's not smart to 00.- - - - - _ __ _ 1_ __ J

at school," Jim goes on. "The give them the "bird.:"

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. heavy air get before storm
you a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES forces insects down low-so high- 111 F. REGISTER & SON .DISTRIBUTORS

ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS.1.75 flying birds have to swoop along 80e .riGv'l..J./( I

_THE ..o ACT.......oIIod1 OF MARCH .3.'...1879....11I111II_....r.'R, _. ,_IJI.- COrnT !L. IKS. tliuA State Rrrtatrt Foundation Phone 155 -- Starke, Florida


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FRIDAY, JULY 29. 1955


Keystone Heights PINE LEVELby HAMPTON A&P's...<.! + oceans of savings guarantee

Sirs. II. 31. Mcltaei By Mrs. D. E. Hill
Bridal ShowerA A1A..A..A..A.l 1..1 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEdmundson a

miscellaneous shower was held Last Sunday the Pine Level Death i. z H1Iimmer&4i !
at the home of Mrs. E. T. Martin church had a visiting minister, Robert Edmundson, 16, son of
in. honor of Miss: Sandra Wei- Rev. Chick, of the youth camp Mr. and Mrs. Clyde'Edmundson of 4l
chel, whose marriage will take near Branford, in the absence of Miami, former Bradford County l ti
place next month. Pastor W. E. Hall, who was fill- residents, was killed Wednesday ,'.
Miss Weichel also was the guestof another 13, ,in a motor- .
ing pulpit. afternoon, July "' ,
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honor at another shower at the Mrs. Wallace Welch and baby, scooter accident near his home. I : :; : ,

W. J. SippeUe home last weeK. Linda, of Robbins Field, Ga., spent Edmundson, who had been rid- .
Mrs.. Sipprelle and Mrs. John De- last week with her grandparents, ing the; scooter, was off the side I I ,/1 Blue Plate Sweet ft
tweiler were hostesses for the affair Rev. and Mrs. Hall. of the street when a hot rod '
The Rev. and Mrs. Hall, :Miss pulled over into him to avoid hit-j : ,

Anniversary June Conner and :Miss Pansey ting a passing truck. The boy : POTATOES
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe Johnson and Bobby Sapp left this I was killed instantly in the colli- i ; I
quietly observed their 49th wed- morning to attend the Tri-State sion, which was witnessed by his I ,

ding anniversary July 18 at their Fellowship 'at Pensacola this uncle, Wylie Edmundson. .ft .f><'' .J Whole and Cut, Golden Yams '
home on Lake Geneva. Forsythe, week.Miss Funeral services were Monday, _. ,1. I 1 4
formerly an engineer on the B Mary Lee Batten of Lake- |July 18 in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. .$ In Syrup
and 0 Railroad, retired seven land is visiting :Miss Geraldine Lester Slade of Hampton attendedthe seer -
years ago. Fender. funeral services. The Ed-I'' t : :. '.< lO:: SayQatASP! Can CABIN HOME' I
Church Notes Mrs.' A. J. Fender and children mundsons are cousins of Mrs.I ', e 290z 23C

The Community Church Women were visiting her parents, Mr. and Slade. 1 :- .W'. ',?l.'<''' I CORN MEAL.
R. L. Batten, at Theressa Endeavor .
will hold a food sale in front of Mrs. Christian N, .J.: T ''
the Postoffice 6, last week. Members of the Christian .. -.4 > BETTY
Saturday, Aug. : CROCKER
and Mrs. W. B. Starlingand Christian L ,. 'AK ,
Mr. Endeavor of Hampton -
at 10 : 'f'x
a.m. Special orders maybe White, Yellow or Devils Food
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles Church had dinner Sunday at the r Lb
placed calling or Mrs.information Nettie Young obtainedby or and Mr. John Sheely, all of Jack- University Cafeteria in Gaines-I Glenn Ford comforts Eleanor Parker when she collapses In a dramatic 10:019C: 5 Bag29C

Mrs. Sara McDonald. sonville, were visiting Mrs. Alma ville, and toured the campus and scene In "Interrupted Melody," love story based on the life of famed CAKE MIXES 3

Weddings Starling Tuesday of last week. I visited.Florida State Museum during singer Marjorie Lawrence. This starts a three day run at the
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Mr. and :Mrs. B. M. aicKae, th&afternoon.Arrangements Florida
Bernice Sloan Keystone's
popu Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton and I for the outing
lar lady barber, became the bride I IONA Full PackTOMATOES
Mrs. J. G. Jackson of Starke were made by Howard Jones, ,son
of Paul Taggard of Melrose in a were visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde of the .Rev. and Mrs.. Willard M. [home. Recent BirthsMr. I 303 Can JIM DANDY
Georgia ,ceremony recently. It is! Hughey in- Gainesville Saturday Jones, who also accompanied the Mr. and Mrs. Max Hagar and 1 oc
hoped that Mrs. Taggard will find I night. young people on the tour. son of Orlando, formerly of Hamp- and Mrs. Bob Lane of GRITSLbBagWC
time between her
household'dutiesto Mr. and Mrs. James Wain- ton, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Starke announce the birth of a
remain at the Keystone Barber wright and children, Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Castle of Perry Sunday son, Bobby Gene, on July 15 in
Shop, where she has made many Elaine, of Lawtey, were visitingMr. Flint :Mich., daughter and son-in-,, Rothelle Jones, son of.Mr. and Alachua General Hospital.
friends. and Mrs. Russell Thomas .,law of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott of!I':Mrs. Raleigh Brannen, left Monday I II SHERBERT Pints 5
Club ActivitiesThe Saturday night. Hampton, have rented the May 1' for the west coast'to report 2 45C
spirit of co-operation was Mrs. Russell Thomas and chil- house on the Hicks road'in Hampton I for overseas duty, following a 30-
clearly shown by the Keystone dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald and expect to move in about day furlough in Hampton with v
Rotary Club and the Melrose Williams! and son, Gerald, at Mel August 1. Mr. and Mrs. Castle, [his family. .A & P 303 CANS
Lions Club as they worked side rose Sunday. afternoon. I who have been visiting with the Miss Norma Jean Jones, Miss
by side toward a common goal on Mrs. Elam Lewis and daughter i Lotts for their vacation, have been Emma Jean Hall, Rothelle Jones for NUTLEY
Saturday, July 16.. They stagedan and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. I"sold" on Hampton and have decided I and Donald Slade drove to Daytona APPLE SAUCE 2 25C I

,afternoon and evening for the C. Laramore of Bethel, were visiting I to make their home here. Beach Sunday. OLEO
benefit of the Future Farmers' Of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis j.I Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnel of I ,, ,
r" "
America Scholarship Fund. Olustee i moved last week into the
Saturday afternoon. Car Permit Action !
Ed Allen, agriculture teachersat !house at the intersection of High-
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and WHITE
the Melrose High School, started Mr, and Rita left Saturday for;
[daughter, ,
months ago and it hag grown in weeks visit with Mr. and and Mrs. Lester Slade were [ The monthly report of the Flor-
leaps and bounds in a short time. Mrs.a two Tom Corbit of Ft. Myers. visiting in Palatka Thursday.Miss ida Department of Public Safety I

On the agenda for the day and Mrs. W.'C.,Conner and daughter Connie Sweeney of Gaines- reveals the following driving., I GRAPESC _
evening program was' a fish fry Yvonne, spent Saturday night ville visited in Hampton for sev- license actions: I
and barbacue, supper _and a .softball with her sister, Mrs. Bishop)eral days last week with Miss Robert Lee or' Starke and Ar- "Lucky dog he belongs to
game between the Keysone Thomas, and family at Brooker. 'Barbara Matchett and Mr. and I thur Edward Broughton of Gra- the chef at the Guidon Grill:" OR BLACKBERRY
LI 8 25C
Rotary and the Melrose Lions Mr. and Mrs. Sam McGarvey I Mrs. Robert Cox and daughter.Mr. ham, revoked; :Margaret McBride A dog's life doesn't 2/ I
Club. The affair drew over 700 of Lawtey were dinner guests of j and Mrs.. Oscar McGee and Gamble of Starke and Samuel look so bad I \' PRESERVES
people. Mr.-and :Mrs. H. H. Lewis Tuesday -;family of Starke. former Hamp- James Brown and Esau Miller of i When such fine bones "\ .
AccidentThe of last week. 'r! many friends of Mrs. C. J. The H. M. McRae's spent part)Hampton Sunday. I lins Smith of Starke, and Henry 2 Ib jar 49C
Mulhofer are pleased to learn of last week in Jacksonville with Mrs. Carl Brown of New River Ervin of Lawtey cancelled; Doyle I PoundU.
that she is improving rapidly from Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and( visited Mrs. Vernon Slade in Elain Hazen of Brooker, returnedby GUIDON GRILLGeorge CHERRIES 29C
the accident' aboard the train that other relatives. ,Hampton Monday. Mr. and Mrs.: Parole Commission with re-
was carrying her and Mr. Mul Mrs. John Schultz and daughter i Slade and Vernon Slade Jr. visitedin j strictions.

hofer to the Shriners Conventionin Mildred, returned to their I Tallahassee Sunday. Kopelousos, Owner S. NO. 1 WHITE 6 BOTTLE CARTON !
Chicago. Mrs. Mulhofer was after visit I Miss Barbara Sue Barksdale of BOOKKEEPING SUPPLIES Starke Fla.
home in Pittsburgh a
thrown to the floor as the train B. M. Starke visited for several days in Ledgers, Binders, etc. Bradford
the H. M. and ;
here with
rounded a sharp curve. Her many McRae and other friends. On|Hampton last week with Mrs. County Telegraph. POTATOES 10/bbag29C I R. C. COLAS I E

friends .are happy to .learn that Tuesday night Mrs. Schultz was Betty May and daughter, Melody.
the accident was not of a serious birthday surprise" Members of the Intermediate; I I
honored with a
nature and they both will be backin party attended by 32 persons.HIGHLAND. I Girls' Class of the Baptist Sunday! FIRM RIPE )C
Keystone as soon as Mrs. Mul School will leave

hofer is strong enough to make .._..._._._._.............v..Y9y.J. . ,'Miss Betty Durling as chaperonefor : I TOES Pound 15C Plus Deposit I
the trip.Baptist. I a week's camp at Bill Rice's I .
Church Tenn. .
Ranch at Murf reesboro,
The Training Unions of the First',. I I Those planning to make the trip ; .'
Baptist Church are holding an at' are Misses Avoy Williams, Sheb-j CRISP ICEBERG
tendance drive for the older and By Mrs. Lacy Norman I bie Prevatt, Becky McClellan,:| Large Head VyD 'j

younger groups of the church. W... .. ......&. Ruth Perry, and? Rose Gregory. I BANKING- SERVICE LETTUCE 15CSjA I V R B E
The older group met at the'home I Mr. and Mrs. Orien, Jones and
of Mrs. C. T. Parker to discuss Church NewsThursday family of Eulee formerly of I FRESH TENDER
plans. The younger group met night W. C. Hardee I Hampton, visited the C. L. Coopers
at the home of Mrs. Harold became a new deacon in the High-'Friday enroute to a fishing vacation -! Pound Sozcan2lC"SUPERRIGHT"
Ridaught. A social hour followed land church/ Several preachers and I farther south. at the tip of your pen PEE BEANS 15C

the meeting of both groups. deacons from different churches I Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke I

Mrs. C. B. Hartley'' and daughter were present. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of Archer by mail " I' .
Sunday School 9:45: Worship visited Sunday afternoon with
Diana are spending a vacation -
in Mississippi Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. each Mrs. T. F. Brown. COOKED OCEAN SPRAY
Miss Capitola Poellot has returned Sunday. Wednesday at 7:30, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King of Sometimes it may be difficult to get to this CRANBERRYSAUCE
to her home in Bridgewell, Prayer Meeting each week. Sun- Jacksonville visited Friday eve
Pa., after a three week visit with day School Supt. J. Eunice, Pas- ning at the home of :Mr. and Mrs.D. : bank in person, but it's always easy to

Mrs. Sarah McDonald. Miss p,,' tor E. C. Harvey. E. HilL Macintoshwere bank-by-mail. Remember this short-cut to PICNICS
lot Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
was very much impressedwith -
Keystone and hopes to return Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof in Miami last weekend due save you_time cmd effort Lb Can
to the illness of Mr. MacIntosh'sbrother.
next year for her vacation. the week- 23C
Jacksonville spent You can't beat A&P's "SuperRight" -
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hynds Jr.
end with Mrs. Mosely's parents
and children of Artsia, Calif., were the Leonard Normans. Visitors at the G. W. Saxons lean Cooked Picnics
recent guests of Mrs. Hynds par- I last week were Mr. and Mrs. Will a 1 for tenderness, tastiness and C.
ents, :Mr and Mrs. E. L. Kyle on Rachel Norman Vaughn I Saxon and Mrs. Cleo Hunter and! thriftness. Small 4 to 6 lb. 3 9
Lake Keystone. Prescott were visiting Vaughn'sIfather sons Tony apd Johnny of Ft. FLORIDA BANK STARKE average. BLUE TAG
Mrs. Helen Noonan has returned Lonnie Prescott' at Riverside -'Lauderdale. Weekend visitors ..ELBERTASuperRight
Hospital. from Columbus, Ga., were Mr.
from a three day vacation at children(
Daytona Beach. Raiford Manning and and Mrs. Charles Payne, George j Member Florida National Group PEACHES
Mrs. Pat Fraher spent a weekin of Jacksonville visited the Leonard -,Payne and mother, Mrs. Marguerite ,4 All MeatFRANKS
Normans Tuesday night. Payne and her mother :Mrs.: !
Detroit Mich., visiting friends
and relatives. Lacey Norman and E. C. Har-,Rodgers. All visited the G. W.j r LB 39 303
2 39C
, Miss Ann Morgan who has been vey were in Jacksonville on business -:Saxons, Holland Payne and the
Tuesday. I Gene Birts. Super-Right Western Lean Meaty

T/E. Pease of St. :Marys, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and I SPARE RIBS LB 39C
visited! the Lacey Normans the sons of Lawtey visited last week

past week. with .Mrs. J. L..Williams of Hamp- Allgood Brand Sugar Cured Sliced LIBBY'S

Eeedie Mae Harvey of Jacksonville ton. tli4 :tfSl .
visited the Leonard Normans Marel Rhoden visited relativesin -_. ,_, BACON LB 47CCanned
w Sunday afternoon.E. Hampton last weekend and with Meats

Vila C. Harvey, Lacey Norman'and his mother, Mrs. John Blackmon.Mr. I Hormel Canned Cooked

son, Larry, were in Gainesville ; Rhoden is stationed at Ft. HAMS 4 lb. Size $3.99 12
on business Monday. Jackson, S. C. BEEF. 4&
I / Olen Jacksonville visited -
r Raye of
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and } Capt'n. John's Quick Frozen Fantail
last I
J. W. Home on Tuesday
children of Heilbronn visited
and Leonard Normans on week. BREADED SHRIMP l49C Corned Beef lIb canCandy
Sunday. N. O. Manning of St. Petersburg!

Mrs. Clara Boone of Jacksonville .visited Saturday_ at the...,.Jeff... Perry '" I Food'S'for HASH 29C
weekend tii-a. 4"_' C? Popcorn 4 for Strained Baby
L] friends and relatives here.G. with I .cit."i:.. .. i- :.'':. --', Cracker Jack 19c Gerbers 29c

t L. Sapp of Heilbronn was inj II J Potted 8-4 oz'can, 3 for
business Sunday.I I I .3 Royal Hawaiian 6 1-2 oz
,.. Highland on Wash Your Clothes I can
II Angelus 10 oz pkg. -
dedication I Tuna Fish 29c MEAT 23
There's! nothing startling about I II w I
money you save when youshop 1 ville Heights Baptist Church Sunday 9 Bath Size I
4 bars for
for York air conditioners : afternoon. I Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? 2 Vienna 2 ran far I
at CHAS. C. SHEPHERD i For 40c! Calo cans Woodbury 36c
a. guest of her friend, :Miss Ann!I 25c
trading here means buying the I Dog Food SAUSAGE 33cCleaner
1 Vandiver of Spartanburgh, S. C., FREE Bleach If Desired! II Shortening Ib can
best J middle of In this
for less. Hew home recently. Her parents, 1 i iI I The one in the course. Snowdrift 29c

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. MQrgan Jr., 9 i I \YIth Brush 14-oz
of the inflated dollar and inflated Tasty Libby'sTRIPE CanCan
met her at the airport in Jackson I 2 for Keebler Club Ib pkg.
We Will j
Cards have been received from I prices, we still offer ,one hundred pennieson Bab-O 23c Crackers 35c 23C
Mrs. Frank Egan and Mrs. Wini Dry Tour Clothes !i
fred Handley, who left Keystone I i the dollar in quality merchandise. Seeus
an July 11 for New York State. For 20cIn 1 Parker'sPrices in this ad effective through

Jr Mr., and and children Mrs. J.of K.South Hoberstroh Wil- New Automatic Driers! I first and make your dollars last. J Jane Saturday July 30.

liamsport Pa., on a 10 day .
are I II /"ttl pNNN qN tNN111 U
1 I 1 vacation as guests of :Mr. Haberstroth'jJ e II PEACH
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. SElVICfKOCH'S

I II Haberstroh. I r
The J. M. Nelsons and their DRUG STORE '
Q N11 {NY YY "1 l1iYy tl. L.NI
sons. Brice and Johnny, who flew I TheVasheteria\/ t
I I 'II their own plane from their home ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED STREUSSEL 412 Call St. Starke Fla.
in Ottowa, Ohio, returned home 49C
last Wednesday after a ten day Temple .\". Starke ; PIE SPECIAL
vacation spent with Mrs. Nelson's I Open until 9 P.M. Every Friday

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lou- .. .' ,
don. j ",-, ---, .'- -. -- --' I


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4rsrnssrrflflsflcrs rr rrs r SS SS. -rJt i
has been filed against yea In the
above named Court and causa and Street ifications, Jacksonville, Florhta. Spec Jin part, with or without cause anSi I
YOU are required to serve a copy of the may be purchased from ''or to accept the bids that in Its
your answer or pleading to the mentioned Architects and judgment will be for the best; Interests (
complaint on the Plaintiff !Engineers for the sum Of $%.'0 per of the City of Starke.
Attorney T. David Burns. SOS copy. General contractors who sub- CITY COUNCIL
Guaranty Life I mit bona fide bids and return the
Building Jackson City of Starke, Florida
ville Florida documents in good condition, will
be refunded T;:, 3t 8/18
and file the original In tbe office the above cost for as I
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court .on many as two (%) complete sets of -: -
specifications. {
or before the I TO BIDDERS
29 day of August 1355; A bid bond properly executed by proposals will be received by the
t Gladys Mooty otherwise toe allegations of Bald the bidder and by a qualified Sure City of Starke. Florida until S P.M.
Phone 35 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turner of Complaint will be taken as con. ty or a certified or cashier's check (Eastern Standard Time) on August
teased by TJJU. on any National Bank, in a 12, 1953: for the Furnishing of
Lawtey announce the birth of sum not
a This notice shall be published less than five (5%) percent of the Battery Charger and Batteries for
-flSflSSSS S S S S rnrrrrssrssnsrssesssI Miss Dobbs /daughter Valarie Sue July 20 once each week for four consecutive amount bid, made payable to the Power Plant as listed" and described \
I : at Doctor's hospital weeks In the Bradford County Tele City of. Starke, Florida, must accompany -, in these specifications.
I 127 Guests Attend Colson Family ReunionAt : graph. each bid as a guarantee i Each bid shall be submitted in .*
Dated this 27 day of July 1955. thai the ladder will not withdraw (duplicate and shall be addressed to ,
Brooker On Mr. Colson's 72nd The Starke Maternity'Hospital (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daro from the competition after opening I I Carl Johns, City Clerk, City of i
Birthday Marries ___ announces the following births: Clerk of the Circuit Court the bids, and in the event the con Starke. Florida marked "FfRN- I
__ tract is IISH1XG OF
Mr. and Mrs. James By Marian L. Crosby, D..nttty Cl rv awarded to the Bidder, he BATTERY CHARGER I
Mr. and Mrs. G. B., Colson of son and children, Mr. and Mrs D. Knight: '1/%' it 8/19 will within ten (10) days thereafter 'through BATTERIES". and delivered I
of Brooker a son, Andrew Jackson enter into contract and furnish the mail orothlrwlse.to ,
Brooker entertained at a family G. W. Colson and children, Mr. I July 21. NOTICE TO APPEAR required bond failing which the he the office of the City Clerk City
reunion Sunday, which was also and Mrs. Maurice Edwards and JamesE. ', ClreBit Court Bradford Coaaty shall forfeit deposit as liquidated Hall. t
.j Mr. and Mrs. Warren Starling Florida! !. Chaarerr. damages. The Bid Bond and Per All proposals shall be based on &
in celebration' of Mr. Colson'sflnd children Mr. and Mrs. Conner formance point of <
Doyle of Starke II. Cortes, Plaintiff, vs. Henri Bond are required to be delivery of equipment at *
a son
birthday anniversary. Mrs. Annie Colson and Mrs. "F [ Edward Cortes Defendant.Case I[Surety secured from an agency of the the The City of Starke, Florida. I
,; July 23. Xo. 10-1104 or Insurance Company I I City reserves the right to
picnic tables were spread in Ruby Perkins of Starke. Bfo lre To AppearTo I which agency shall have an estab- waive informalities in any bid; to <
the back yard where abonteom Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and Starling Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Donn of : Henrietta Cortes', whose res- of lished place of business in the City.fin reject any or all bids in whole or i
Baldwin, a son, James Leslie, idence and address Is: 16 Drake Starke and be duly licensed to part with or without cause and/ (
dinner was served, topped off with daughter, Martha, of Raiford; Mr. 25. July Avenue, New Rochelle, New York. conduct business therein. or to accept the bids that in iu I
a large beautiful birthday cake and Mrs. R. L. Colson of Gulf: You are hereby notified that a Each bid shall be addressed to the judgment of will be for the best interest .t
; the
complete with multicolored candles. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Deaver of j suit for divorce City Council, City of Starke, Flor- da. city of Starke, Flori- *
Port, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. A. T. has been filed against you in the ida, marked
Williams of New Port Richey; Hampton, a daughter, Deborah(above named C urt and cause and i i and Reinstalling'Disassembling five shipping CITY COUNCIL
Ann, July 26. you are required to serve a copy of KW Diesel Generator 'Ity of Starke Florida
Among the 127 guests were Mr. Mrs. Ruby Adams of Charleston, your answer or pleading to the complaint City of Starke. Florida"Units, for the 7293t 815
Mr. and Mrs. and be delivered -
Colson's brother and sisters: P. S.' S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly I Arthur Gibson Gerald on R.the Plaintiffs Attorney to City Clerk, City of Starke, r f
Hart 202 Smith
Colson of El Pasco Tex. Mrs. and son Wendell of Mr. Loudon Jr. of Starke, a son, Ar- ing, Build- Florida, either by a representative
Lawtey, ... .... Jacksonville Florida, of the Bidder who shall 1
----- thur Gibson obtain
Loudon HI and file a receipt -
July 27. the original in the officeof f
Harriet Williams of New Port and Mrs. T. J. Andrews of Morris- therefor or by registered :
Mr. Miss Clerk
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs are Betty Jo Starling and Roman of the Circuit Court with
Richy and Mrs. Margare.t Kelleyof ton; Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelleyof on or before the return receipt requested.
announcing marriage of their Alvarez standing The City reserves the I
up with the Miss Hazel Robertson 29 day of August 1955; right to
Lawtey. Miami Mr. and Mrs. Luther waive
; informalities'
daughter, Dorothy Eloise, to young people. otherwise the allegations of said in any bid; to
members of Reel of Winter Haven Mr. and Complaint will reject any or all bids in whole
Other the family ; Edward Marries be taken as confess or I
James Starling son of Mr. and Mrs. Starling are occupying Mr. Eberle ed by you.
present were: Lantie Colson and Mrs. Ken Boyston of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs: Joe Starling of Law- one of the McKinney This- notice shall be published I-
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Guynn of Mr. and Mrs. Shuler Laird of Hazel once each week for four consecutive
apartments on Call Street. Mr. Robertson and Mr. weeks In the Bradford
Fort White Mr. and Mrs. Crawfordville Mrs. W. S. Ed- tey.The County Telegraph.
Spencer ; wedding took place Friday Starling is a solicitor for Dixie: Russell Eberle were married at .
Colson and Kay Mr. and Mrs. wards of Tampa; J. F. Colson of Dated this 26 day of July, 1955. !
evening in Folkston, Ga., with. Lily Milling Co. in this territory.J. ,. Folkston, Ga., in a double ring (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby IpJMI
Arthur Little and children of Lake Brooksville; Mrs. Ruby Richard, i ceremony on Wednesday, July 20. Clerk of the Circuit Court. \ \
City; Mrs. Mary Lou Ellis Mr. Jimmie Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eberle By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I L STARKE
are at homeat FLAJ
and Mrs. Willis Duren and children Curtis Mathews and children Mrs. 870 Weldon Street.Jacksonville. 1/:' it 8/19

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eberle Neta Truluck and granddaughter, NOTICE TO APPEAR Sunday. Monday and Tuesday

and Gary Mr. and Mrs. W. A. of Alachua; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mc- la Florida Circuit Coart.la Chancery Bradford County July 31. Aug. 1, 2

Eberle and children, Mr., and Mrs': Cormick and daughter of Orange Boy Margaret Lynch, Plaintiff. vs. Vincent DOUBLE FEATURE _

Henry Sachl! and Mr. and Mrs. Park: Mr. and Mrs. John Truluckof F. Lynch Defendant.Case No. BOTH IX CINEMASCOPE

Jim Hazen, all of Jacksonville; Fayeteville N. C.; Mrs. Sarah Dies In Kingsley I..VotUe To Appear 10-1093 THE ANT BEAR a QUITE UARCS

Mr. and Mrs., Hal Maines and Hallman of Chattanooga, Term.; Bea Farber dropped me a sug- D. Doyle and the Doyle Cleaners I To: Vincent and address F. Lynch.is: whose 1683 York resIdence Captain LightfootWith IN STZ CATT IS CAPHBU OF DU I
children of Lake Butler Mrs. Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Mr. and gestion t'other day which I think staff are all taking their vacations A three-year-old child, whose Avenue, New York, New York. Rock Hudson, Barbara Rush JIN6 A HOLT IN SOLID GROUKO) ,

Virginia Belling and daughter, Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. I should pass on to all prospective next week and 'the plant family from Jacksonville was on You are hereby notified that a AND I THAT wia HIPS rr TPOMVIt'IP4ItSSIIIAP4.5MINU1t5

Mary Virginia, Mr., and Mra Reddish Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. vacationers and that's to double will be closed during that time .a weekend outing, drowned in ha suit been for divorces filed against you In the Many Rivers To xa* HMt>g cfc j]|

Tomas Rimes and children, Mr. J. K. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. check the house for any four- Garnita and Charlie Parker arrive Kingsley Lake last Sunday. above named Court and cause and. -.-

and Mrs. Colson Rimes and Mr. Douglas and children, Mrs. Roy legged visitors before locking up home this weekend from Fort Lee, The child was Philip Jacob your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- i Cross

and Mrs. Tom Edwards of Worthington Tomlinson and children and Mrs. .. seems that when the Farbers Va. for a weeks furlough attending Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs. on the Plaintiff's Attorney

; Mr. and Mrs. R. A._ Col- Eva Harrell of Brooker. got back from their three weeks I the Junior R.A. Camp at James Sparks. Gainesville Samuel \V., Florida Getzen, P. O. Box 81, I'[I With Robert Parker Taylor and Eleanor

Canadian trip they found a stray 'Swan lake last week were Bill The family had been at the and file the original in the office of II IIthe :P.IUS Color Cartoon for Children
kitten wandering around inside Green, Jimmy Lawson, Perman beach only 20 minutes and Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court on

Dinner Party Honors Home Demonstration the house which hadn't been opened Roberts, Michael Sheppard, Al Sparks had just finished spreading or 29:before day of the August. 1955; Wed., Thurs. Aug.$ 3, 4

Resident Of Graham Council's Meeting I the whole three weeks the Yancey and Charles King i a picnic lunch when the otherwise Complaint will the be allegations taken as confessed of said- I- DOUBLE FEATURE -

Farbers" had taken their own cat Spending next week at Jacksonville drowning occurred: ed you.

A surprise: birthday dinner recently Held At HeilbronnThe to the vets for boarding while Beach will be Dolly Simpson Spectators said Sparks took This each notice week shall for be four publishedonce consecutive Black Horse Canyon COSTUME

'was held in honor of Mrs. they were gone but didn't know Vivian Harley, Jackie Colley, Philip and three other children into weeks In the Bradford County IX TECHNICOLOR

Home Demonstration Cowl that their cat had a visitor just Gail Rowe, Gail Duke, Melissa the water for a dip before Telegraph. With Joel :McCrea and Marl

G. W. Rivers of Graham, who ty Council held its quarterly meet- before locking up the house.... the Stallings, Margaret Rose Duncan, l lunch. While the father watchedhis (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 26 day) Charles of July A.,Darby 1955. Blanchard JEWELRYReg.

celebrated her 50th birthday an- ing Tuesday at the Heilbronn kitten was none the worse for his Loryee Dryden, Sandra and Linda oldest. son dive off a nearby Clerk of the Circuit Court -AND-

niversary.Mrs. school with Mrs. E. L. Cox pre three weeks fasting a little on Johns and Marilyn Moore pier, the two younger children By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 7/29 4t Clerk 8/19

Rivers knew nothing about siding. the lean side. and fortunately hear that Charlie Cowen was init- played a few feet away near thewater's In The Circuit Court. Klithth Judicial Cult of the CobraWith $1.00 Value

the plans until the guests were The morning was devoted to the he didn't do any damage to the ated into the Phi Delta Kappa edge. ('Ir'aU of FJorlda, la And i Faith Pomergue and '

arriving. She received many business meeting. Mrs. A. H. house trying to get out. fraternity at the U. of F. last When Sparks turned around to Fur Ural/Old I.V CHANCERY Counts. 10-1103 I Long Riehard'i Now--59c

lovely gifts.Attending.,. Harley Sr: gave the devotionaland Hear that Norma Dean Thompson Wednesday night Charlie, who see how they were behaving, the Margaret Van Dever, Plus Cartoon for

were her only daughter Miss Edith Moore, secretaryread will assume the nursing posi- has been attending summer school 3-year-old had disappeared.Don vs. Plaintiff, Reg $2.00 ValueNow1.1O

and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. the minutes of the last meet- tion in Dr. Barry's office commencing there, has been laid up with virus Bagwell, an employe of the Earl Van Dever. Fri., Sat. Aug. 5, 6 I

ing. Several matters of routine next week when Dr. the past week noted that the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in Defendant. DOUBLE FEATURE _

Leon Ellington and their two business were taken care of and Adams reopens his office D. E. Knight estate has been Starke, said a doctor at the scene To: Earl>OTICE Van TO Dever DKFEM1, whose address Lord of the

girls Rita and Sharlene: Mr. and reports made. The resignation. of Marion Long, who has been nurs- clearing the property just Eastof gave the boy artificial respirationuntil and place of residence is un- JungleWith

Mrs. Talmadge Kelley and familyof Mrs. W. W. Hammond, prsident, ing in Dr. Barry's office while Dr. Alligator Creek on E. Call St. the ambulance arrived.He known.You are hereby notified that a Wayne Morris i iI'
was read and accepted.The said they thought they detected suit for divorce has been filed
Tallahassee; Clyde Kelley of Adams was in service, will re- it will be subdivided into AND -

Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. luncheon was a lovely covered sume her..former position as Dr. lots a faint pulse when they cause against; and you you in are the hereby above required entitled Down Laredo

Kelley and daughter of Jackson dish affair.In Adam's nurse ,.. noted that Peg- Capt. (F.M.) Buck Williams reported picked up the child about 2 p.m., to file your Answer with the Clerkof Way UDIOANDG1P\\

ville; Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews I the afternoon, Miss Alice I gy Ann Neel Is ,-nOw working at for further duty July 11 and they continued revival efforts thereof this Court upon and Plaintiff's to serve Attorney a copy, With Rex Allen

of State, Farm; Mr. and Mrs. Jones, home economist for Florida' the Green Cove Springs N.A.S. at the Maguire Air Force Basein while enroute to the hospital. Samuel V. Holch, 409-A Main St., Plus Serial Chap. 12 Cartoon for

Austin Kelley of Jacksonville;; Power and Light Company, pre' .. spotted Barbara Norman, clerk i N. J. from where he flew over Doctors worked to revive the child Daytona the 31st Beach day Florida of August not, laterIhan 1955. !Children .

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mott and I sented a very informative and L.. in Duckys, flashing a beautiful to Frustenfeldbruck, (wow!) Ger- until 4 p.m. I f you fail to do so, decree pro, III--- -- -. -__ .. ,- I
I'onf."oaill hp pnterpd aainetem .
family of Brooker;' Mr. and Mrs. interesting program on the newer.method ruby ring she received from Germany many where he is attached to The Sparks family moved to iib -relief-demanded In-the" Bill I --

Gidd Howard! of Gainesville; Mr. of laundering. In tracing from guess who? ? ? Noted the 1807-AACS Wing as squadron Jacksonville about one year ago. of Complaint.
and Mrs. J. W. and the development of home launder. that for The other children include three Witness my hand and seal of said
Kelley familyof our blonde Jackie Colley at commander the next 3 years Court this 26 day of July, 1955.
Brooker; Mrs. Nellie VarnesQI PI ing through the years, she cited I' Koch's soda fountain turned up his wife, Jeanette, and sons, boys and a girl. (OFFICIAL SEAL) ROBBINS'J

Jacksonville the washing machine as an energy I i {as.! a vivacious brunette last Fri- Ricky and Bob, hope to be able Clerk Charles Circuit A. Darby Court,

savei1.! to join him! there around the 1st Long Illness Claims Bradford County Florida

Junior Women Plan She said, "Two things that get: day.Nice to have Sonja Andersonand of Nov. see that Frank McKinney Life Of Mrs. Thede Ey Marian L. Crosby- Deputy:.':'!> it Clerk.I19 J '
clothes clean are hot water and a ,
son, John, back with us after has taken over the Snack

Party On August 4 detergent. She discussed con. 3 months sojourn in Hanover, Bar on Temple Ave. newly- Native Of Bradford Sealed bids CALL will FOR be received BIDS by the '-. _. .J -

trolled sudsing detergents and I Germany, where she visited her weds Eloise and James Starling Board of Bond Trustees of the Cityof I
The Junior Woman's Club I is other I Mrs. Lois Starke, Flordla, at the City Hail '
their excellent qualities over parents and other members of her have rented one of the McKinney Long Thede, 39, sister i in Starke, Florida, until 7:00 o'clockP.

giving a Coca-Cola party Thurs detergents.As family Sonja and John and Apts. on W. Call St. and Rod- of Telfair Long of Starke and .M., on Monday the 15th day of J rfE A

day morning. August 4, at the for the washing action of little John are moving into one ney and Janice Hall have rented a school teacher in Gainesville. August A.D., 1955 at which time I
home of Mrs. John Arthur Torodeon the brands she said the died at St. Vincent's and place all bids received be
name results of the Martin cottages on Temple the Dowling cottage on W. Call Hos- publicly opened and read aloud for I
North Walnut street. are the same if the machine avenue this weekend the, cot-, St. pital in Jacksonville after an extended the purchase of one Standard one-

Hostesses will be. Mrs. T. G. is used correctly. tage that was formerly occupiedby ; Jean Vickers celebrated her 3rd I illness. half cylinders ton pick-up six-ply truck tires.six One or eight 1948 ARE CLOSE OUTSOne

Ritch chairman, Mrs. J. M. Vick- Four door prizes were given the R. V. Kindells (he was birthday on Wednesday afternoonat The funeral was held Thursday one-half ton Chevrolet pick-up
ers, Mrs. Vernon .silcox, Mrs. center in the truck to be traded, can be seen atCity
away a crocheted piece, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
with one of the BurtonWalkerroad a party for 50 of her little Light and Water Plant.
Stanley Noegel and Mrs. N. B. and three boxes of detergent. MinI crews) who have moved I friends the youngsters received i Home Chapel at Starke with The said Board of Bond Trustee Group Of -I
Rosier Jr. also reserves the right to accept or reject
Jones I burial in
gave everyone a Crosby Lake Cemetery.
back to their home in Plant City P favors of play telephones, suckers I any or all bids.

and pot holder from her company. Eoline Smith tells me that and balloons hear the Baptistand The Rev. Robert D. Sommers, BOARD OF POND TRUSTEES OF LITTLE GIRL'S .
..4-- ; pastor of the First Methodist CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDABy
daughter JoAnn, who is summer Methodist are both holding : Carl Johns, City Clerk
CASH REWARD PresbyterianVomen schooling at the U. of Ga. is their Vacation Bible Schools next Church of Starke, officiated.Mrs. 7/29 3t 8/12:
I ; Thede was born April 11, SANDALS99C
Hold Meet teaching twirling one day a weekin week with the Baptists startingoff AOTICK TO BIDDERS
Tuesday i Madison, Ga. their program with a parade: 1916, at Starke. She was the Proposals will be received by th
:?, ? !UYU i daughter of Felix H. and Cornelia City of St 'rke, Florida, until a P.M
Hear that Lyle (Bucky) Buckof down Call St. on Friday morning
The Women of the First Pres (Eastern Standard Time) on August
Church State Farm and Byron New- ending up at the church for regis: Peek Long. Her mother who survives 12. 1955 for the .Furnishing o
byterian met Tuesday eve her and Air Receivers
: in Starke. Air Compressor
in the comb of Starke volunteered for tration. listed and described
ning Sunday School Building for Power Plant as
with the Guess thats it for this Thede had been a teacher in !
i with the Mrs. K. G. duty armed services last week these specifications.Each
president at submitted In
SidneyLanier in Gainesville bid shall be
Monday destination unknownat in the next
see you ,
Duncan presiding. for two duplicate and shall be addressed t(]
Miss Louise Stern de-! this writing ... Mildred and -Carolyn years prior to her death. Carl Johns City Clerk, City o
gave the Her husband is a teacher at the Starke. Florida. marked FURNISH
votionals. After the business ING AIR COMPRESSOR AND AllRECEIVERS" El White Red
Stephen Foster school in Gaines-
Miss Alvarez MrsT Futch Honored
Sylvia and delivered throughthe
meeting an
programwas Black Multi
vill e. mail or otherwise to the officeof Children's Sizes 5.3 1
presented by Mrs. Robert: Honored With Bridal With Stork Shower She was a member of Phi Kappa the City Clerk. City HaIL
Paterson, who directed short ', .,All proposals shall be based on a
a Last Phi and Kappa Phi Delta and point of delivery of equipment at
play assisted by Mrs. Lonnie Shower Tuesday Mrs. Benton Futch was the a 'graduate of the University of the City of Starke, Florida. -

.. H You fade Now Fulwood and Mrs. H. L. Gibson. : Miss Sylvia Alvarez, popular honoree at a delightful storkshower Florida College of Education. waive The informalities City reserves in the any right bid; to to One Group Ladies HouseDRESSES 1

fonHW Mrs. J. E. Kite and Mrs. H. Tuesday evening given at In addition to her mother and reject any or all bids in whole or
L. Gibson were hostesses duringthe bride-elect was the inspiration fora I i in part. with or without cause
survivers include one the bids that in its
the home of Mrs. Paul Faulkneron and/or to accept :
I social hour.WCTU
lovely shower given Tues- i son, Richard R. Thede Jr., five judgment will be for the best interest NIGHyaG
{jleifianOil day evening from seven to nine Westmoreland Street. brothers, Telfair Long of Starke of the City of Starke Flori

MeetingThe o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. f Hostesses were Miss Elizabeth Allen Long of Long Branch, Calif., da. CITY COUNCIL %WNS I

T. Thomas on South Wf ter Street. City of Starke, Florida.
Jackson, Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua, Comer Long of Clewiston, Richard 7/29 St 8/1 4
Laura Scott Union of the Hostesses for the affair were I I Long of Clewiston
Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. Vernie and William -
Floor FurnaceCuh WCTU will meet Friday at 3 Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mrs. Cula L. of Gainesville CALL FOR BIDS FOR (
p.m. Thornton, :Mrs. Fate Brown Mrs. Long ; and DISASSEMBLING. SHIPPING AM] -
in the Tabernacle Coran Mrs. Garl Mathews. Mrs.
Annex.Rt"BBEE one sister Mrs. )
Bob Myrick Mrs. Fred Haislop, Margaret Carroll REINSTALLING Fit E-1000 KW
In on that old stove or George Anderson, Mrs. Lowell Miss Betty Jo Starling Mrs. Sid !of Jacksonville. DIESEL GENERATOR FOR IMTS

other heating equipment... Mathews Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Mrs. ney Jackson, Mrs. Paul Faulkner, i CITY OF STARKE. FLORID 1
STAMPS W. J. Dodd Jr. Mrs. J. A. Griffin TOT STAPLING KIT be received
hetheritwork.or not! We'll Stamp Mrs. Doyle Conner and Mrs. John complete Sealed Proposals will
pay you well to TRADE Pads, Stamp Pad Ink. Bradford I Mrs. T. B. Harding and Mrs. V. Kenney. :'with staples. 98c. Bradford by Florida the ,City until Council 5:00: ,P.M.City of(Easterr Stark thk /

EARLY!Don't waitjoffer County Telegraph. V. Hazen. County Telegraph. 1955 '
; good A motif of Standard Time) August 12th
lovely color
now and for limited time only. Attractive arrangements of yelloiLe for Disassembling. Shipping and Reinstalling .
and I !:
green was carried NOTICE TO APPEAR Five 1000 KW Diese
4.- roses in varigated shades were attractive cut flower IB Clrralt CO.r" Bradford Coaatr. Generator Units for the City ol
Get a Coleman Oil Floor arrangementsthroughout :
Furnace placed at points of interest Florida I. Chameerr. Starke. Florida.
the home with the Pearl Lunet Terry Benson, Plaintiff,, All material and equipment fun I
and GUARANTEE YOURSELF throughout the party rooms. The same yellow and green floral arrangement vs. Alvin Benson DefendantCase ished and all work performed thai:I : -.. -
COLONIAL refreshment table was beautiful I Xo. 10-1106 be in accordance with the specifications -
l .
'Central-Heating" Comfort centfrijig' Vie: lice1 1 ,\otlee T* AppearTo and contract documents pertaining fw" -
with a white organdy cloth over covered refreshment table. I : Alvin Benson. whose residence thereto which may be examined 1 .. 2
blue linen. Centering the table i and address: Unknown: at the office of the Citj i. : 4
flat rtglttM Appropriate games were played i You are hereby notified that a Clerk Starke Florida and at tbi]
M Oval W IInwU FLORISTPHONE was a crystal bowl holding white during the evening and prizes suit for offices of Reynolds, Smith & Hills i\\
.! Toktliving* gladioli and white roses inter- Divorce Architects and Engineers, 227 Par
ma were awarded to Mrs. Joyce Futchand
... spersed with blue
.poct 01. pompoms. '
.J.01'tIn."U. 218 Balancing the arrangement were The honoree was- the recipientof double crystal candle holders hold- :
many lovely and useful gifts 'C'P.
ing burning blue tapers. To one ;. :
from the 50 invited
(i) side on the table guests. Her .. Values
was a miniature hostesses i -
bride doll in a white lace bridal beautiful bassinet presented her with a WATCH\ REPAIRING .".' :
as a memento '..ti: To 3.8S
FLOWERSFor Mrs. B. T. Thomas greeted the of the occasion. We Put It In Perfect Running Order It Must Be ..

Set free Demonstration T oda guests dot I s door and presented : Clean To Be Accurate When It Goes On A Rampage .
/--------- -'- All Occasions Methodist CircleCircle 499 t99I
them to the receiving line com : See US I

As Little posed of the honoree, her mother,,
2.50As DISH GARDENS 1 of the Methodist \ -N I .. I II ? .. _
WeekGAY'S :Mrs. Ralph B. Alvarez, and members
POTTED PLANTS of the hostess committee. Church will meet Tuesday, August Ladies and. Gents Nationally Advertised : .
2, at 10. ajn. in the Kingsley Lake F I.
Mrs. Cola Coran wJ in chargeof
HOMEAPPLIANCES home of Mrs. EL L. Matthews,
the gift tables and Mrs. George WATCHESWILLIAM'S
i with Mrs.V.. E. Middleton as co-
Anderson presided at the ,
Flowers 'WiredAnywhere book. Pouring punch were Mrs. hostess. .. Sizes 32 to 44 Sizes 9 to 2-1 12INS'

W. J. Dodd, Mrs. T. B. Harding lovely and useful gifts from the JEWELRY

PHONE 10 and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Also as- invited 275 guests ant\fie hostess

Cor. Court & Madison sisting in serving were Mrs. Jack: es also presented her with the "THE STORE
151 W. Call St. Phone 375 R 0 B B
: I
Starke, Fla. Nona St. Starke Mrs.Hazen.D.Mrs.L. Thomas.Lavern Outlaw and I pattern large platter as a of memento her chosen of the china oc be Starke, Fla. I, S OF VALUES"I







I I I I II 11111.. ., I' I Mrs. W. H. Struth spent the II S-Sgt. and Mrs. Pat J. McNabbof Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Shupe of Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Martha Landrum was the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of I

weekend with Mr. and 'Mrs. W. Shreveport, La.. were visiting Eau Gallic were visiting Mr. and and Mrs. J. R. guest of }fro and Mrs. Clair SiefFort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. i

L. Edwards in Jacksonville.; Mr. and Mrs. J. R Kelly last Mrs. R. F. Demorest over the lantic. Beach ferman and son, Dick in St. B. Haynes of Winter Haven and

Mr. and Mrs. Frow Stricklandhave Friday.Mr. weekend. the Northeast Petersburg last week. Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, "

had as guests the past week and Mrs: E. L. Patton of Mrs. Willie Mae Denton and Council. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wrye of Ga., were guests during the past i

Mr, and Mrs. N. T. Riccardi and Jacksonville who are summeringat son, Mikel, leave Saturday for a Mrs. Sam Miami were weekend guests of week of Mrs. Bertha' Pearce. They i

son, Mike York of Miami, :Mr. the White Feather Court' In ten day vacation in South Florida. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones.ail attended a family reunion at 1

Jacksonville Heights entertained at Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Key will Mrs. Lyle Berthe home of Mr. and Mrs. G. V.
and Mrs. H. W. Moyer of Keystone Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs.
IN THE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Page I a family reunion at the Keystone spend the next two weeks vaca- spent a few days tha Pearce will leave next WedPhillips in Lake City.

and family of St. Augustine and Heights Pavilion Sunday. Among tioning in New York, Washington, i ing relatives. nesday for California. Mrs. Sauls Mrs. Stuart Dent of Jacksonville -

--- - - -- --- I- I Mr. Mrs.E. D. C., and Massachusetts. and Mrs. Virginia Atkinson
-- Bryan Erwin and son, Bryan. Jrn those present were, and i Mr. and Mrs. will visit her son-in-law and daugh-
of State Farm. L.. Matthews and family Dr. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry and. Live Oak were ter Mr. of Palatka were luncheon guests
Mrs. H. F. Glasow of Cocoa was, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis and I and Mrs. J. W. Prather
visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. Brown daughter of Jessup,, Ga.. spent Mrs. J. L. Kirchner and son and Mrs. W. E. Middleton and family spent Sunday at St. Augustine -i of Mr. and Mrs. .in Pasadena for several weeks.Thursday of Mrs. Edward Burns.

from Wednesday to Friday of last last Thursday with her grand- David, of Louisville, Ky., are ar- daughter; Madge, of Starke, Mr. Beach. I :Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Pearce will spend two monthsMrs.. Hogan Smith visited Mrs.
and Mrs. Earl Middleton and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran daughter, visiting her son-in-law and Thomas E. Oldham in Jackson-
mother, Mrs. Daisy Perryman. riving today for a week's visit
week.Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten Jr. Among the guests of Mrs. W. with her daughter Mrs. Benedict \V. Q. Dowling of Eustis. spent Wednesday of last week I Ohio are visiting daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hill ville Tuesday.

and family of Anniston Ala., have H. Struth on July 19, the occasion Finzer and Mr. Finzer. I Edward Parker of Cocoa spent shopping in Tampa.Mrs. parents, Mr. and in Claremont and son-in-law and Mrs. W. T. Saxon or Fort

been spending the past two weeks being her'81st birthday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Normanare i the weekend with his brotherinlaw C. D. Dishinger of Jack- ton, for ten days. I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lauderdale and Mrs. Bertha

with Mrs. W. C. Wooten Sr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, :Mrs. returning home this weekend and sister Mr. and Mrs. T. sonville' and Miss Kay Dishingerof Mr. and Mrs. Smyth in Pala Alto, after which Pearce, visited their sister Mrs. I

Mr. and Mrs. Don Championand Leah Bauknight and Mr. and Mrs. after vacationing in New York. L Mersereau. Atlanta were weekend guestsof L. G. she will go to Silver Bay, Minn., G. V. Phillips in Lake City onto f

children were vacationing at W. G. Struth of Jacksonville and Mrs. Conner is in Marian-' Mr. and Mrs. M, W. Lance hadas Mrs. Loyree Hartmann. Miss Wiggins up to visit her son-in-law and daugh Tuesday.ter I

their cottage on Hall Lake the Mrs. W. W. Page and daughter, Doyle week her mother guests over the weekend: Mrs. Dishinger is remaining with Mrs. C, over the ter, Mr. and Mrs. {V. G. Godwin. F. W. Varnadoe and daugh- I
na this visiting Hartmann this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clark ter, Mary Lu, of Palatka were
past two weeks. Merrill Lynn, of Lake City. Mrs. B. E. Bennett.Mr. R. N. Carswell and daughters of Hemmingway Ulray of I
Mrs. W. D. Hicks and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez and and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsand Waycross, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Effie Johns spent Sunday cation for ten Belvedere, S. C., were weekend visiting friends here several days I

:Marilyn of Lakeland are guests three children of Fort Myers are children of Wesconnett were Richardson and daughters of Val- at Raiford as guest of Mrs. Bessie Lt. CoL Harold guests of Mr. and :Mrs. I. E. Clark. last week. I!

this week of Cot and Mrs. J. A. spending two weeks with Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans- dosta, Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp. Augustine The Clarks also had as guests, I

Griffin. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. by on Sunday. Burbank Jr. and sons of Fer- Mr. and Mrs. B. Miller of Long Service local Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark of KILL Ticks Fleas Otfors

1 I Miss Barbara Colley is visitingMr. I nandina Beach, Mrs. B. R. Quinn Island, N. Y. spent several daysas Starke \ Jacksonville on Sunday and Mr. "G E T Z E M" I
BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY and Mrs. W. W. Caines in Decatur and daughter, Wanda of Iver- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles last week. and Mrs. P. C. Mahathy of Tallahassee -I I $1.00 PT. Pisa ::w- Poktace I

Ga. this week. ness, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lance Hess. They like Starke and are Read our on Tuesday. Send Cask. Check or Money Order
Mrs. Herb Thomas and daughter
SALE Bullington Studio and and sons of St. Simons Island, and interested in purchasing property The Money Back Guarantee '
birds easily trained full of love Gift Shop -' Oil painting sets. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dempsey and' here. B. Sewell, Guy Kathleen, spent the weekend

and affection. Make wonderful pets. No experience needed-Reg. $2.93- daughter of Atlanta. Ruby Cartier and Charles Dyal Estate Brokers., in Sarasota visiting relatives.

All In full plumage In all colors. Blues now $1.93.Mr. Sonia Hunter spent the weekendin were visiting in Jacksonville Sat- Mrs. Russell ." --' ,o-"' -;-'".-. '-<- -, }j -..

In all shades. 'Yellows, greens and and Mrs. Charles Sanbornof Fargo, Ga., as guest of Mr. urday. ter, Gail, have '-=-

white. Also yellow-faced blues. AU Lake Worth were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter and fami- Mrs. Effie Jcias was Thursday from two weeks

raised and acclimated to our Florida and Mrs. Harry Mooty last Friday: ly.Mr. guest of Mrs. F. W. Webb in Haw- Island.
M-Sgt. W. E. Plummer is homeon and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and i thorne. Mr. and Mrs. I
climate. Hundreds to choose from.
a month's furlough with his family spent Sunday at Atlantic Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were, son, Bill, of

OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND family' from duty with the Air Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dew- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W., Wednesday and
Force in France week of Mr. and Dedicated To Community Service -
ey Albertson and family. A. Scott in Gainesville last Thursday
Mrs. E. M. Hazen of Brookeris CAR The Olsons also -Movie Are Better Than Ever"
visiting her sons and families, AT SE IOURTS 66 SERVICE departure for Toronto Canada guest, Jack
to I
Mr. and Mrs. (If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
the V. V. Hazens and M. F. visit you your
STATION.Dianne her mother and other
Highway 21Keystone Heights Hazens. and Buster Ritch of tives. Mrs. Scott accompanied rela-by. daughters, cut ad out and present it to Box Office for.FREE TICKETSFri.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Lake City, were
Hialeah are spending several her sister, Mrs. Walter Glatzau ol
Tampa will spend the weekend weeks with their cousins Tom and DeLand. will visit ner guests of : ) 29 30 Sunday, Monday Tuesday
their brother in. ., Sat. July July 31, Aug. 1, 2
with Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. Jan Ritch at Kingsley Lake. Buffalo, N. Y. enroute to Canada.,I!Dampier.

W. Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis are Pfc. Rita R. Miller USMC, stationed YOU'LL DOUBLE FEATURE'A'tconderJullore story!"

Mrs. Wallace Faulk and daugh- in Fort Myers for two weeks at Quantico Va., is spend-, brook purse-size '
v shades. LUMBER JACK Htfda Hopper
ters of Jacksonville spent Satur- pastel says
visiting Mrs. J. T. Corbitt.Mr. ing her furlough with her parents,
day with Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Car- and Mrs. Reid Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Miller and ford County 's DRAMATIC ROMANCE I
r ter Sr.Read. Mr. and Mrs. With Sterling Hayden and VeratiMu'
daughter are in Miami this week family.
our letter in this issue of and Paul M RalstonCINTERRUPTED
t I
visiting relatives. I Mrs. Warren Perkins ,
and brother
The Te-lt"gTaph-A. J. Thomas, W. were Sunday
and chil-
Mrs. Steve Simmons
E. R.
B. Sewell, Guy Andrews, Real Poppell returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. AND -
dren and Barbara Bates are va- from MELODYIN
a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Estate Brokers.Mr. .
l t r and Mrs. Jimmy Chasteenand cationing at Daytona Beach is this their brother J. W. Poppell, in, I(grandson, Phil, GLASS TOMB COLORS -
week while MrSimmons com- El Paso
who is
quite UL At ""
children spent the past three spent a CINEMASCOPE
and forth.
muting back this he
SLIGHTLY USED weeks at the Jimmy Brownlee Mrs. S. L. Peek and grand- time seems slightly improved. Mrs. Tyler Jones. FORD

cottage on Kingsley Lake. daughter, Katharine Peek, and Arch Thomas GLENN( ,
Mr and Mrs.. M. E. Coker and Major and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan State Junior
15 FOOTGIBSON Mr. Mrs. L. D. Vining of
and and
children ,
are returning to their in Lakeland ELEANOR
son. Tommy, of Jacksonville are
Peek and
Starke, and Darby home at Vent ,
spending this week at the Mundy Hills Farms, Va.. ----
Ward of Lake City day.Mr.
and Mrs.
today after
HOMEFREEZER several weeks visit and Mrs.
cottage on Kingsley Lake. Plus "Bean Stalk
will attend the wedding of S. L. with Mrs. O. Bunny" Cartoon
L. Haynes Sr. and of Fort
Mr. and Mrs.
George Kaufmannand
Hol- and Latest World News
Peek Jr. to Mrs. Margaret
family. Mrs. Haynes and grandson last week of I
family spent the two
land Walters in Dublin Ga., on
V Arthur
weeks vacationing in Chicago and Holliday Jr., are ac- Thomas.Mr. .
I Sunday I afternoon at the First
Barrington HI., visiting friends companing the Scanlans for amonth's and Mrs. HARMON P. MORGAN
I Baptist Church.
and relatives. visit. daughter, Karen,
WE CARE FOR YOUR CAR I Mrs. Lloyd Green in and Miss Beach Sara Jesse Moore of Douglas, Ga., and Mrs. J. F. JOHN IRELAND Wed. Thurs. and Fri.
Barefoot were Daytona
AT SEYMOUR'S 66 SERVICESTATION visited Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Harris sonville were Aug. 3 4 5
Green's ,
Wednesday visiting Mrs. Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Plus "Spare That Child" Cartoon

/ 3199H Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Farber and father, J. W. Abernathy. Theressa Colson of Belleview and Chap. 2, Black Arrow
Mr. and Mrs. A. Nugent and is spending this week with her ttx.tt; )1;:::'::.:: : II 1>l4t\.eAS
son, Gary, Ronald Prevatt and in
the days
family spent past cousin Kay Hart. 1=-
Mrs. Alex Shelp returned home N. Y., due to the seri- COMING
( Syracuse Mr. and Mrs. John
Christiansen, SOON
last week from three weeks vaca- father.Mr. I
ous illness of Mr. Nugent's I Mrs. W. H. Hart
tion and visit with I and Mr. and
and Mrs. Seeber Goodmanand Mrs. Ellis Thornton Strategic Air .:: eftnCommand
relatives New York and North were in Jack-
Silver Springs
family visited sonville on Sunday.Mr. .
Ontario, Canada. faarlunaltownuw.ul.ovwna1
HART FURNITURECO. Mrs. F. M. Williams on Sunday. and Mrs. Travis Curtis, a .-antwocota .
and sons, is
Hansel of Jacksonville
Betty and Mrs. Panola Mitcham 0'I
of At-
Ricky and Bob the
spent past L.
at the
visiting Patsy Stevens lanta and Mrs. L. N. Sigman of Plus "Ben and Me" and Latest
two with
weeks their uncle and GREEN
,.. Starke.. Fla. ., ." aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Denty: D.Mrs.Greens C. D.this: Williams is in Lakeland Social to Thursday Circle of Ga.,last spent Tuesday World News

in Vidalia Ga. The Dentys spent where she is in charge of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile week Sr.with r.SCHARLEY .. __ __ __ ,_ _' _. _!i-- ___,-'" '
the weekend with Mrs. Williams
the School of Missions next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle will

here.Mrs. Larry Gibson and Harmon Mor- vacation in Tennessee and North
Ovid Lewis and
daughtersare gan attended the adult education Carolina next week. AN OPEN LETTER
in Tchula. Miss., for two weeks Wed-
meeting in Tallahassee on Gene Pass returned to his homein
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
nesday. Tallahassee To Our Friends Everywhere
M.. Bedwell.Mr. Sunday after six
weeks visit with his grandpar
and Mrs. Earl B. Searingand
ALBUM As a Gift from Bull- ents Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green.
children and Mrs. W. H. Perkins
with E. Starke Florida
'-" Studio and Gift Shop
Ington i
returned Thursday from Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and,
-- the purchase of your Diamond family spent the weekend in Au- about this July 25, 1955
Lakeland, where had been
THE OF THE they Wedding rings. See us today for burndale visiting Mr. and Mrs.
BEST BUY YEAR visiting Mr. R B. Trask for ten complete details. W. M. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs: Every For the past four or five months we hate been studying the

days.Misses Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oathout of Frank Castleberry. to sales of real estate by the auction method. We have been read-
Barbara Lance and Joanne
CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS AND Slade returned home Sat-' Bushnell, were Monday visitors I Rev. W. S. McAliley and family, or damage ,, tog advertisements and have been receiving clippings from other

of Mr, and Mrs. Larry Gibson. were called to Abbeville. S. C., it's the states where this method of selling is being practiced and we
urday from Cienfuegas, ,
where they attended the Youth Jimmy Lovett and Miss Mary last Saturday by the death of Mr.McAliles ., tivity have been discussing the method with those who have observedit
Beth of Lake City spent\
Camp for the past six weeks. the weekend Phillips with Mr. and Mrs. Aliley. Funeral aunt,services Mrs. W. S. held Mc: cling, in operation and with those in our own State of Florida, who

I I were : would be considered authorities in real estate sales and manage-
I OFFERS YOU A II II I James C. Lovett. j Sunday afternoon. The McAlileys causes ment.

I Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. of Bi- will remain in South Carolina fora : bility

tllMlllilRAG.l1ef loxi, Miss., is spending this week two weeks vacation, returning entire family This last week our own people in Bradford County have had

I Iq'fft1/! fotOOSt with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to Starke about August 10. an opportunity to observe the auction method in actual operation -

George Flynn Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Bar

1955 Mrs. C. E. Devlin spent the nes returned last Friday after a We want to know what you think about it? We want you

k666 past and two Philadelphia weeks in Auburn visiting, N.rela-Y., Florida.tour of points of interest in South Charley to talk with the sellers and we want you to talk with the buy-

I ers and then we want your ideas.If .

I tives.Mr. Doane Thomas of Wildwood i* this is the to sell real estate want to knowit.
and Mrs. E. Barnish of Den- way your we

I ville, N. J., are guests this weekof spending mother, Mrs.this week R. A.with Thomas.W. his.grand & Son We want to serve the people who have thus far contributedto

FILL DIRTGOOD Mr. and Mrs. Smith Devoe. A. Stern and daughter, our own personal welfare and to the welfare and well being

John Mixon spent the first weekin : Louise spent the weekend at St Phone 13 of the real estate business in Starke.

i I I I You save real money and RICH New Orleans for an eye check Augustine Beach. .......... We are not going to advise you yet. We want you to advise -

fain real cooking convenience : up.Mrs. us.
I -- Bessie Strickland of Long'Branch I
I on MAGIC this bargain'priced CHEF! a TOP SOILSee correspondent for the It's Another HANSBROUGH Auction There is no doubt that this method will sell your property

I Come in and let us show Telegraph, has returned to her and if you want a ready and quick sale we are sure this is the

I you the worth-mote tea.I .- home after a lengthy stay in St. Successful Selling Since 1911 method. But before entering this field of salesmanship we want

I tures which make MAGIC JACKSON Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville.Her your ideas.

( CHEftoday'sfinest! BILL husband, J. L. Strickland, reports mUU V rt After you have satisfied yourself about the auction method
U !
I RED WHEEL OVEN. Jackson Transfer Company amazing progress after her I V and you are desirous of selling your property we want you to

/ HEAT REGULATOR Phone 165Chiropractic 12 weeks of illness. clip out this letter or the lower part thereof and return it to

I DOUBLE-FAMED Mr. Lawton Bryan is visiting his For Your Cordial and Enthusiastic us giving your name and address and briefly describing your
OVEN WINDOW I daughter Mrs. Dock Wilson, in
I t OVEN LIGHT Waldo. day Tuesday, and Wednesday of Last ) property.Our.

I MAGIC PILOT Read our letter in this issue of 19.. 20 and Also at the 375-Acre purpose in writing this letter is that since we are

COOL The Telt"graph-A. J. Thomas, W. County on Friday (July 22)) of Last We striving to serve our friends as real estate brokers we are undera

FULLY AUTOMATIC LIGHTING B. Sewell, Guy Andrews, Real direct and responsible obligation to each one to give them

'I LUMILINE BACK PANEL realized how Estate Brokers. There Is NO Substitute for prompt, honest and reliable service and to give it to them in the
WORK LIGHT / Have )'ou'er
I HANDY SWING-OUT BROILER much unhappiness and how Misses Ruby Cartier, Ruby most modern and approved methods.So .

I ONE-HOUR MANUAL TIMER FREE many failure in life are the re- Thornton Wanda Thornton and IIANSBROUGH if you are interested in selling your property by the auc-

MAGIC CHEF UNI-BURNER Installation sult of poor health Ollie Williamson were fishing in tion method or by the usual method kindly mail the clipping
Daytona over the weekend. They Successful Selling Since 1911
The most natural and lasting with information
DIVIDED STORAGE COMPARTMENT as suggested above and your communication
also visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl
FULL PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISH PAYMENTS AS way to regain and maintain Cartier. MON., AUG. 8 2 P.M. TUES., AUG. will be considered.,confldentlal and win be highly appreciated.
LOW AS health is thru Chiropractic care.
I You just can't buy a better range Below is such a case: Miss Elizabeth Bryan is visiting 400-Arre Mabel Boyer 'Ra.t'''. 160 Acre Farm A. J. THOMAS
I / than MAGIC/ CHEF 8.63.\ relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. Farm. 10 ..I. of MadlM... a. Hwy aide af Hl*.w?
i Patient aged 60 had high 53. 15 _I. Qultm, Ca. I.- ''.. Bradford W. B. SEWELL
as guests Hou
( eroom.
blood pressure was extremely proved with hare, cable ete.j GUY ANDREWSRegistered
this month her with deuce. .tire ;
cousins from New feBecd. crofeBfed ew
ONLY199.50Less nervous and tired all the time. York. vtIre and pot.. tractor, farm
After a series of Chiropractic ,tare,.ete. 0 Real Estate Brokers
Miss Wanda
Your Trade In 40.00i.IF adjustments the symptoms dis- Hughie Harris were visiting at and the WED., AUG. 10 1 P.M. 355 Temple Ave, Tel 383
appeared and patient reported P. O. Box 368
feeling the best she had felt home of Miss Eloise Green in Rai- Choice 2S5-\ re RaBch-Farm. 4 nillec Southeast Starke
159.50 in ford recently. Frontage OB HUanar lOOj aelU .11 whole or .. ,
years. To friends of Reamer Crews. his in* ants; rattle,. hog. eow, eqnlpmeBt.
For an honest evaluation of
your health problemslsit the I address is Pvt Reamer Crews, RA We Still Have A Few Days Open In
34946213. 73rd AFA Bn, 1st Armd.

Div. Fort Hood, Tex. TURN YOUR HOLDINGS INTO Please mail this without delay:
Mote Women Cock Chef
M Magic Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crawfordand I
Hate any worthwhile real estate, baiiae, t* My Name Is__ _
CHIROPRACTICCLINIC sons, Donald and _-
Allen have quietly use the Hl\SBROlGH Ahxolote .tuctioB -t my
than ca my other range Iir moved back to Starke from :Miami I klnce 1811 an the Safe-Fa"t-SBre-FaIr War to bUT
COLLECT Orlando 330331 :Mtea 30879.ANSBROUG. address is- _. I wish
Carol and Johnny and
2 blocks north of Post OfficeIn Jimmy Pollet have returned to (do not)

Starke their home in Orlando after an extended to *U. I (do) believe the auction method is a good way to
No Obligation visit with their grandparents -
offer my property for sale which Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan
Phone 108

APPLIANCE CO. Office hours daily except Thurs. Sr.Mr.. and Mrs. Leonard v_ _,_
9 to 12 1:30 to 5:30
PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA. Evenings and Thursdayby spent the weekend with friends at -

camp in Crackertown on the ,_ ____ __ _,
West Coast. .



MUU.\I, dLLT 29, 1' '"

County's Cattlemen Opera Singer's Story at 7 P.M., on Tuesday the 2nd day -
of August A.D.. 1955, as a Board of .
And Farming BureauTo To Appear At FloridaA Equalizers complaints for the and purpose receiving of testimony hearing -- .= 'O_ _,__ -0 '_: .>oC .'_ 0 '. : '_';;;_=: ;t : .'-_ :_ =--j

f as to the value of any proper-
Hold Joint MeetA
And lyrical love story, based 01 I ty real or personal or mixed as \ ''' '''--
fixed by the Tax
for the ;
the .
life of singer Mara
the Bradford year against the owner or
joint meeting of
jorie Lawrence is revealed ii agent of such property. ;
Cattlemen's Association an I (OFFICIAL SEAL) James A. Lewis :
the Bradford Farm Bureau will]I "Interrupted Melody" which opens Chairman of City Council ',
Sunday for a three day run al t City of Siarke Florida
be held at Brooker at 7:30 pan.. Carl Johns I.
r the Florida Theater.
City Clerk
Friday, August 5.
Eleanor Parker is cast in th 7/22 2t 7/29
I Supper will be served for $1 per -
role of the famed :=
person in the school cafeteria. opera singer CALL FOR BIDS s
Geo. T. Ilugglns [who, at the height of her career Sealed Bids will be taken up to r-
By The meeting will be held in the was stricken by infantile 10:00 o'clock August I, 1955 for
County Agent school auditorium. paralysis. furnishing to the Board of County .
The film portrays the heart- Commissioners of Bradford County ..
I Agricultural Extension Service Maurice Edwards Jr. and J. R. Florida
Kelly, presidents of the two organizations warming story of her recoveryand 70 Cocos Australis Palm Trees ::::::: rood
climb to greater fame. 4-5 feet high and the
Soybeans Looking Good year of tree growth. For each urged attendance. Glenn Ford plays the ing of these palms In designated plant--
Last summer might have beer I year over 10, add one half pound Because of conflicting meetings, Miss part places in Bradford County. 11//IIII1I-
Lawrence's doctor The Board
husband, reserves the
the of that had I It fertilized trees last there will be no of right to
.beginning a crop you your : July meeting who reject any or all bids.
not been in our county in a long: February, cut these amounts in I the Cattlemen's Association. career is for willing hers.to sacrifice his own Bradford Board of County County Commissioners. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat, July 30

time. Interest in soybeans has: half. Apply fertilizer, broadcast. The film an MGM production, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Florida
spread all over the county. In I Grass Needs Nitrogen is filmed in By Charles A. Darby Clerk.
Cinemascope and col-
fact, new interest in this versatile Weather conditions are favor- 7/22 2t 729LOCAL
or against a background of some .
crop has spread all over the state.. able for applying nitrogen to of the world's greatest music. '.---. -<" < r ..- -,. _,. Maxwell HouseCOFFEE (Limit One, Please)
Soybeans make an excellent grass. Ammonium nitrate is your < '

cover crop, grazing crop, hay, most economical material to ap-
silage or combine beans for oil. ply. One hundred pounds per Stokes Infant Dies l-lbVacPak
F i E E 19C
The new processing plant at acre is the minimum. A little Funeral services were held last MOVING STORAGE .
Brooker to crush beans this fall more will be better if you want Dear Sir:
is boosting our interest in plant faster growth and more grazing.In I have noted with considerable Friday in Rockwood Cemetery
ing. Soybean oil'meal Is ex- ammonium nitrate, one half interest a news clipping sent me .I near Stokes for Rudy Ray

cellent protein supplement for the nitrogen is quickly availableand from page 1 of your edition of 'Mr and three-day-old infant of
winter feeding. Meal from crushed the other half follows after it July 8, headlined, "Package Mail- Brooker.In Mrs. Rudolph Stokes of Shortening (Limit One, Please)

beans can be kept by the pro-: has gone through a chemical ing Changes Wrought at Post addition to
ducer or meal will, be available at I change. This condition makes Office," untrue the parents, the
and containing LbCan
the plant at attractive prices. ammonium nitrate a favorable statements relative to Railway baby is survived by a sister, Linda. OR LONGDISTANCE I S PRY .3 59Ci

There are many good plantings material for grass pastures. Express and the government's CARD OF tANKS
in'the county. For you to makea Rat Killing Now II parcel post system attributed to i

comparison m give you one How about cleaning out and Mr. William B. Henderson, executive Words cannot express our I SAFE
of the best I have seen at Brooker. I cleaning up around grain storage vice-president of the Parcel heartfelt gratitude to the many West
J. V. Edwards has one field I places before new grain is put in? Post Association. friends who called, for the kind I DEPENDABLE Bartlett
about. On July 15 Rats are of words of sympathy and the
that he boasts one our most destruc- many
It to that of
the planting was six weeks old. tive rodents. They are filthy creatures your occurs readers may me be misled many by floral offerings during our recent I ECONOMICAL I No. 303 Can
They and bereavement. May God add his PEARS E S 19C
Beans are in 3 1-2 ft. rows. I are carriers of several the self-serving and distorted
are meeting in the middles and human diseases. statements of the Parcel Post As- ;richest blessings to each of your ;. .
are better than 2 1-2 ft. high. Rat baits are available now sociation. 'lives. Mr. and Mrs. David Cottle PHONE 311 .

Rate of seeding wai one bushel that are easy economical, and ef and family. 'I .
been two basic issues
There have -
fective. Come see us about the .
250-J !
acre. or -
involved in actions of the
If you are nearer to Raleigh use of Warfarin rat bait. We havea Tropical Fancy
which in 1951 established -
Conner, go by his place and you limited supply available at a Congress PEST CONTROL I
will see a pretty field that might very attractive introductory price, current parcel post regulations Agents For
give J. V. close competition. Certified or it is available at local stores. which now apply to the Post Of- TERMITESALL DELCHER BROS. I R ICE 3LbCeoPkg 29C

soybean seed are available Hog GrowthAn status fice at Stark first-class. because post of its office.new TYPES OF ,
county. Contact us for in- Alabama report tells us that as a i
in the GROVE
I issues involve government SPRAYING
formation. 75: per cent of the growth re- The R. B. ALVAREZ
with enterprise ..
competition private
Four-II Boys At Camp sponse of pigs depends on good,: the accumulation of Florida Pest Control
Four-H boys enjoyed their feeding and management practices :.more than a billion dollars of tax-1 & Chemical Co. Transfer and Armour
week at 4-H camp Cherry Lakein while only 25 per cent is in-
A day at herited. ]payer-borne fourth-class parcel Phone Franklin 6-6035: Storage Co.
Madison county.
72-oz Can
camp began with the bugle soundat Similar results were shown in :post deficits. 24 N. W. 16th Ave. S. Court St. Starke Fla. BEEF 39CBIG
6:30 a.m. The day's activities .a film I recently saw at a com- The taxpayer subsidies over the Gainesville, Fla. CORNED
included three good meals, swim- :.munity livestock meeting. The :years benefited mainly a relatively Call for estimate Perryman Bldg.

recreation, assembly meeting importance of care and feedingwas 1 small number of mail order and .
ming, devotional period, some educational very forcefully brought out 4 direct selling companies such as I- ... ._n, __ __ < < _,
work and interesting by showing us what happened I II those represented in the member- .
when 8 common woods hogs were:'ship of Mr. Henderson's organization -
Thirty-one Bradford 4-H Boys I captured and given proper management companies that do not pay REMAIN \ \ \
participated. Special honor ribbons and feed. You will haveto local taxes in Starke or in Brad- COOL WHEN BEEF SALE !

were awarded each memberof try it to know what can happen. ford County and that simultan- THE SUMMER
the squad led by Terrell Green I The key to proper feeding is to eously have enjoyed an unfair tax-
a member of the Brooker club. balance the ration with the proper payer-assist in competing with the SAYS INSULATION
local merchants who advertise in EAT-R1TE TENDER
Terrell did a very outstandingjob amount of high-quality protein. .
as leader of his squad. The Proteins supplementing your grazing your publication.For ) THEN I'M DONE!" CII UCK HEAVY BABY
eight squads were competition crops, pasture or grain is a example statements by the

all week for honors. must if you want more favorable chairman of the board of the ,.,. BEEF BEEF
Bradford boys were camping with I results with your hog speeding' Parcel Post Association indicate --- Poo

. boys from Clay, Union and Marion i program.Gas that the mail selling company he t .d
counties. In addition to the coun- Tax Refund represents, enjoyed during the ROAST S Lb39CLbI9C

ty agent from each county, the The Legislature has simplified i I post office department's 1953 fiscal Ea I

boys had the camp director and the gas tax refund program for ; year, a subsidy of about I
life guard assisting in supervisionof farmers and commercial fisher- $750,000 in its use of parcel
activities. A system of camp men. If you use 125 gallons of post ... I DILDIM l1 Round Bone

government allowed the boys to gasoline during the year in your A. L. Hammell 1 ;' 11 Lb Lb

operate the camp as much as pos- farming operation, you are eligible President, i C LOCAL TRADEMARKS,k.. SHLD. ROAST 49C 39
sible. A lunch room dietician was refund.for the four cent per gallon Railway Express ,
in charge of the kitchen and preparation 1
of all meals. Boys returned Pick'up a form from our officeon New York

home about noon on Satur- which you request your refund )I Sirloin or ClubSTEAKS

permit. In making this request all Cattlemens Association will join I = --
day.Speaking for the entire group, you do is give your name and ad- SERVICES Lb Lb
the Farm Bureau in a special meet. OJ -, _1 S S 19C 49C
we want to thank the parents of dress and''signify that you are at Brooker. _

the boys the county commissioners farming. Stop in for your forms Supper will be served in they I =Bu16DERs' IUPPd 1E 1
and the School Board for help and get in on this refund program. I
Cattlemen Will Not School Cafeteria for $1. A spe-
ing make our 4-H camp a suc- T-Bone
The regular cattlemens meeting cial meeting is being planned and _
cess.Mr.. R. E. Hornsby was our bus which would be.July 29, will all farmers and cattlemen are --- Lb OAC Lb PAC

d.-i vSweek,.., .A"..."_ ."..-. -ctavA/1.---- with..-- us all u be held August 5 instead. The urged to attend. STEAKS
at tamp. We are glad he .
could stay, and he has already put
in his bid for the trip next sum
mer. MODEL
Forward Control chassis
Fertilize Citrus Trees ... Lb TTflC Lb
During the last two weeks in '
parallel-design frames
is time to give 4.110
July a good your G.V.W.-UP TO 18,000 LBS. I
citrus trees a little fertilizer. A r I

general fertilizer like 4-8-8 or JL! New deep-drop I-beam front axle NEW LOW-CAB- ;
even 8-8-8 is good to use. It (Forward Control) FORWARD SERIES Beef
should have the minor elementslike ... Replaces( the old 'I

magnesium, manganese and New Power Steering fashioned C.O.E! -, Lb LB
copper added.If fejtfra-cort option offered in oil models I
trees are less than 10 years gjgi except Forward Control New 12.volt electrical I system }
old give each tree one and one }

half pounds per tree for each .... New higher gross torque !I New optional_ ...Airmatic. .. seat <_ ::- ...'n ,_ > -" '_-= .: __: _.-= _. -,_ -__:_ ::';- ::: /'
and horsepower ratings i New 4-point

I engine mounting system t

with great newdevelopments, 2 POWER-PACKED V8 _. I Hickory Sweet (Days Fresher!)
New more rugged
c Greatest engine choice in standard 3-speed !

SMITTY'SBARBER r -' ..:. Chevrolet truck history! Synchro-Mesh transmissionOnly S Lie E 0 BACON Lb 49C

new Chevrolet Task New wide-tread I New long-wheelbase

force trucks bring you all front axles I '/.-ton pickup w_model_
SHOPCourt :
these truly modern features. NEW f:, :p:
Street Opposite If don them in the Now, Hotchkiss Drive on PANORAMICWINDSHIELD \ c.:; Firm Ripe
you get All Models '-' ._ .
Court House truck you buy, you're gettingon _: ___l I : :

old fashioned truck. New larger, quieter I New domelight switch .

WILL YOUR BE PATRONAGE GREATLY slow-speed, fan I' on instrument panel TOM A TOE S lLbs : 29C

4H NEw I' Full-View rear window .

New concealed Safety Steps I New rebound-controlled seat U. S. No. 1 White

D. ii. SMITH CHEVROLET New exterior

Owner & Operator 'l""lr'I. New HighlevelVentilation System I ". chrome option POTATOES S 1 0 Lbs

1"J7JJ" New greater wheelbase range- 2SC
AIM"I( :C o, II., 104 to 220 inches

New distinctive 2-tone New standard 34-inch frame width
TRUCKS color styling ....


FRIGIDAIREMade JUST ONE I New New higher longer capacity front water springs pump I I standard NEW TUBELESS-on-NEW'/jon POWER TIRES models' BRAKES---.-.-.. .- E i10Cans I IJesse Ir 99C

only by General New heavy-duty Standard on 2-ton models -
All other I "i option
Motors Corp. single-speed rear axle W \ anon others.
Electric Refrigerators are ---- --
made by other companies New Flite-Ride De Luxe Cabs I--u--New hand lever Jewell Apple, Peach or Cherry Fruit
Custom cabs at extra cost for parking brake
and cannot use the word

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................... Farm, and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. E. Wilkinson. I,.before otherwise the the 15 day allegations' of August.of 1)55 said; : or the before Clerk the of the 15 day Circuit of Court August on,,,
son. David of Starke attended the The W. S. C. S. of the Meth- Arthur Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand I Complaint will be taken as confessed 1955: otherwise the allegations! of! "TI0KOFF"A
i LAWTEY% Methodist picnic at Kingsley Lake odist church met at the home of Mrs. Gary Buckles and daughter sons of Jacksonville are:' by yen. said Complaint will be taken as confessed j
This notice shall be
'I publishedonce by yon.
on Thursday. Mrs. Eunice Kelly on Tuesday Martha Sue, and Miss Delyene spending their vacation with Mr.i, each week for four consecu- This notice shall be published i i SENSATIONAL NEW'
I Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. Crews of' Jacksonville spent the and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. !,tive week In the Bradford County one each week for four consecutive DISCOVERY!
By Sirs. Joyce T. Futch i Cecil Donald Harris who were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. (Bill) Ed- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Miss Jewell Raulerson of Jack-',!I Telegraph Dated this 11 day of July, 1955. graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
AAA & &&&&& &.. ... &.& !recently married. Mrs. Harris the wards of Atlanta former residents ion Crews. sonville spent the week with her I I(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dated this 13 day of July 1935.: Give your dog: a capsule .
Clerk of the Cirault Court Rid him of Fleas I Ticks
Bridal fomer Dorothy Taylor was a mem- of Lawtey, are spending Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott of cousins, Misses Gwen and Aice I'' By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. wby :
ShowerMrs. ber of the graduating class of the their vacation at Kingsley Lake. ,Williston were Sunday dinner Raulerson. 'I 4/15 4t 8/5 Clerk of the Circuit Court AT ALL DRUG STORES
Carl Griffis, the former Mr. Mr., and Mrs. R. L. Smith of' By' Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Lawtey Junior High School in Visitors at the home of Mr and guests of Mrs. Mott's parents, 4/15 4t 8/5
Sammie Gault, was the inspira- June. Mrs. Troy Bennett during the :and Mrs. Carl Hilliard. Jacksonville were, visiting Mr. and I NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
tion for avlovely bridal shower The community extends con- week were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weekend guests of Mrs. Effie Mrs. R. L. Bradley, and other rela- rm Clremlt Court Bradford. County
Saturday evening at the home of gratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Jacksonville and Mr. Miner and Miss Mary Ann Motes tives here this weekend. i Irving I. Chaueery.Arnold Rowe Plaintiff vs. T' That's Our Business
Jack Estes.Appropriate James Starling, whose marriagetook and Mrs. Johnny Bennett and were Mrs. H. Fitzpatrick of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. One Garrett of Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, Defendant _
games were played Tallahassee weekend Case No. 19-1086 If It's Glass We Have It!
place in Georgia last Friday family of the State Farm. sonville, Mrs. Guita Payne of Sanford were guestsof .tlee To Appear. -
during the evening and prizes evening. The Harold Eunice family and and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch and To: Patricia Ann Gibson Howe, L2 1ITM! CALL WRITE or VISIT
were awarded to Mrs. Lonnie whose residence and address Is: Unknown -
The H. C. Kelly family attendedthe the Winton Parrish family were Wells and daughter, Nina of Cres- family.Mr. and whose last known ad.
Futch and Miss Mary Ann Motes. Colson reunion at the homeof fishing in Bulls Creek on Satur- cent City. and Mrs Shirley Johnson dress was: 115 West Seventh, Jacksonville Joe Peters Glass Co.
Mrs. Griffin was the Florida.
recipientof Mr. Mrs. G. B. Colson in and family spent last weekend in
and Ton are hereby notified that
Mrs. Noon Mott and grandson, a
many beautiful and useful Brooker last Sunday Betty Jean Teston visited Ocala with relatives.Mr. suit for 1' aiiri FOR ANY GLASS NEED
James Mott, of Brooker were
from Dh'orcehas
gifts the 25
guests thatwere. and her Mrs. R. Mel- and Mrs. Paul Bennett hadas
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters grandmother, A.
visiting the Edgar Wilkinson been filed against you In the We Design Modern Store Fronts
present and many that were family spent Sunday with Mr. ton, in Ocoee for two weeks. Her weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. above named Court and cause and
unable to attend. and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham in uncle, Lloyd Harris, brought her family on Sunday. Bobby Bennett and son, Richard, you are required to serve a* copy of Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Hostesses were Mrs. Tip Dixon, Charles Moore was a visitor to your answer or pleading to the complaint Table Tops
of Daytona.
Maxville.Mr. home and enjoyed a visit with his on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Mrs. Edward Lee Massey, Miss Percy W.. Kelly of Miami sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Jacksonville on Saturday.Miss Sunday visitors at the home of H.Building E. Nichols., Jacksonville.309 Guaranty Life, 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
Louise Dixon and Newman Day- Florida
Mrs. Jack Estes. Beverly of
was dinner guest of his brother Mrs. Lonnie Teston.Mr. Mr. R. L. McCall were Mr. and and file the original In the office of
Delicious and Miss Jackie Harley of
refreshments tona
of assorted Hermie Kelly and family. and Mrs. William Wooten Mrs. R. H. Outlaw and daughterof
cookies and lemonade were serv- Jack Wainwright motored to and family of Atlanta are spend- Jacksonville spent the weekend Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. .

ed. Dahlgren, Va.. and brought home ing some time with Mr. Wooten's with Miss Connie Harley. George McCall of Palatka, and
his sister, Mrs. Jack Brassell and mother, Mrs. Jessie Wooten, at Clyde Robbins spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. George McCall of VISIT CALL WRITE
Miss Mary Julia Futch returned daughter, Peggy Lee, and youngson her lake home. end in Lake City. Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
from Tallahassee on Monday after Jack Dirrell. Mr. Brassellwill Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbellwere Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish are DeHaven of Green Cove Springs.
spending some time with her aunt come for his family in the in Gainesville for the week- visiting his mother, Mrs. V. R. INC-
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John P. near future Reddish.Mr. MARION FINANCE COMPANY .
Wyrick. Mrs. Jack Harvey of v Orlando, C. B. Hiatt family enjoyeda and Mrs. N. P. Hicks have Clrcalt Curt. Bradford Coaaty ,
Mrs. G._ W Durham of Jack- Miss Alene Brown Mrs. Gara Dor- day of fishing at Cedar Keys had as recent guests their son Florida la Chaneery.Helen .
sonville was 'a dinner guest of man and Carl Peavy of Ocoee, on Saturday. Edward, and family of Memphis, ,Charles Theresa Franklin Cagney Cagney Plaintiff, Defendant vs.- P. O. Box 446 -- GAINESVILLE

her sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry, and Miss Thelma Dorman of Ke- Donald Ray Griffis, who is em- Tenn., and their daughter and Settee To Appear.To .Case No. 10-1080

on Thursday.Mr. nosha, Wise. spent last week ployed in Lake City, spent the son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. : Charles Franklin Cagney, 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE '.
and Mrs. George Roberts with :Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, weekend with his parents, Mr and McAteer and family of Virginia whose residence and address Is: 1606
and son, Rickey, of the State Mr. and! Mrs. Blaine Teston and Mrs. Fonso Griffis and brother, Beach, Va. 17th Too Street.are hereby Washington notified D. that C. a PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT

Gene._ Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith have roll for
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kemp and I received word that they have anew 'Chas I Divorce been filed against you in the I
I family are visiting Mr. Kemp's grand daughter Shelly Mar- above named Court and cause and
FACTORY ENGINEERED mother in Savannah, Ga., this I cella. She is the daughter of Mr. you Hans are G.required Taenzler to serve Jr., a 109 copy Law of .
week. and Mrs. W. M. Smith; Exchange Building, Jacksonville, $25.00 LOANS S $300.I
The Baptist W. M. U. held its Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsand your answer or pleading to the com
APPROVED FACTORY on Tuesday eve- plaint the Plaintiffs
monthly program son of Gainesville were Saturday on Attorneyand
of Mrs. Selma file the original In the office of I
at the home
ning dinner guests of Mr. and
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
SERVICE PARTS Eunice. Mrs. Sennie Prevatt attended -
this meeting for the first

time since her recent illness.

Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning Vernon Teston and Bobby Nor- A
man were business visitors to
Wrecker Service Jacksonville on Monday.Mrs. .

Frank Jones and daughter -

Miss Maxine,. and son, Tom-
Melrose were guests at the '"' '.
my, of
TESTING AND STARTER Methodist picnic on Thursday.Mr. ..
BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and

LINING SALES BATTERIES family returned Thursday from Fbr OutdTbor f.
FENDER Tallahassee where they spent s LIvihgn
REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL their vacation with Mr. Padgett's .

BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE sister family., Mrs. Alberta Carr, and ,

Recent visitors at the home "
Complete Lubrication Service
of the W. Fred Moore famil "

were :Mrs. David Boyer and so ,
DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS Gary, of Lynn, and Mrs. Jewel] ..

Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks Royal of Tampa. .
Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Leslie an "

We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs Danny Phillips Fellmon am
Wayne Redd motored to Alma i,
at its Bflghtest .- .

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Ga.were, met on Sunday there by morning.Mr. and The Mrs y ;

Fate Redd, and exchanged thE 0

600 Temple Ave. jjjBjFfiililJ Phone 69 Redd boys for Miss Ola :
Phillips, who had spent severa 1] '
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Red .
Miss Virginia and Jimmy Saptof
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I check, and the American Legion rhese men'are very zealous workers 8 day of August 1955: Defendants, and unnamed defendant is un- taken against you for the relief de-
Posts of Palatka and Starke; performed I and have been combing the ;otherwise the allegations Of said NOTICE known. I manded In the Complaint.
Complaint will be taken confessed '
a ceremony of honor in j state, county and city for the 4 by yon. as THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: This is, therefore, to commandeach i It is hereby ordered, that this
G. C. and Jessie E.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy behalf of the deceased. very best talent to present for I once This each notice, week ihall for four be consecutive published Livingston Livingston his wife if living, and notified of you and, required and you to are serve hereby a Notice week for shall four be consecutive published once weeks each lathe

The obituary was read by Mother :your listening pleasure on the weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY It dead their unknown heirs at copy of your Answer or other plead- Bradford County Telegraph, a
law, devisees
TELEGRAPH. legatees or grantees; ing to the Complaint filed herein, weekly newspaper, published In
Ozora EditorAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&&A&&A&&aa&aa&a&A&
Johnson Nonie PuHum, longtime citizen I last Sunday in August the 28th. Dated this 6 day of July, 1955. the unknown heirs at law, their on plaintiffs' attorneys. Williamsand Bradford County. Florida.

& & & & & & & &&& & 'and friend of the family. :Music All members, especially, men I(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby legatees,, devisees, grantees Weller, deceased or assignees Futch P. O. Box 183, Starke, Witness my hand and the Official
------------------------ ----------------- of Angeline Florida
and file the An- I
was furnished by the choirs of ]pledged their financial and moral Clerk of the Circuit Court. ; Martha L. Kent and -Kent. Seal of our said Circuit Court at
I Marian I swer or other pleadings in the office -
By Crosby. tarke,
Deputy Clerk Bradford
Summer Program Ends choral reading and creative danc- her unknown husband if living, and
Allen support to this of the Clerk of the Circuit
Chapel and Mt. of
Pisgah program whichwe 7/8 4t 7/23 if dead, their unknown heirs at (I this the 13 day of July A.D. 1955.
The activity program for the ing have, been combined with Lincoln City with guest soloist know will be a success due to law, legatees, devisees or grantees; Court in and for Bradford County : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Florida, before the 15
NOTICE OF INTENTION on or day of'1
summer conducted at Lawtey music. The attendance at both from Jacksonville who sang, "Face 1 the dynamic leadership involved. APPLICATION FOR FINAL C. F. Rigdon and Diana Rigdon, his August, A.D., 1955. If you fail to I(IBy Marian Clerk L Crosby of said Deputy Circuit Clerk Court
: wife, if living, and if dead their unknown -
Training School and RJ.E. at centers averaged around one hun- To Face." Supervisor Johnson Lay-leader Leona Royal again DISCHARGE heirs at law, legatees, devisees do so. Decree Pro Confesso will be 4, 15 it 1p /$

Starke will close this week after dred each. sang, 111 Walk With God." ]praised the twelve clubs of the .IB Court Probate of the County Law 1933)Judge, wife or grantees; Ruby A. Ritch -._. .- -' .. ,- -

eight fairly successful weeks of We hope this is just the be- The principal eulogy was delivered church for .the very fine reports State Bradford of FloridaIn County Bradford the of County Carl, Ritch Florida of; Starke.Gladys -- -, -. '.- _' n ___ __" '._ '____-'._. _.'.P"- _
operation. The program was ginning of a broader, bigger and thus far, but is asking each and re the Estate of Fannie M. Harrington, a widow, of Starke
steered by the General School the summerin by Rev. B. J. Williams, 'deceased. Green Bradford County, Florida: J. F. Hoilingsworth ;AVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
better program for former the deceased. I every member to continue to do as Executor of the Es-
Supervisor L. H. Gibson, assistedby our schools. We. are deeply pastor I his! part spiritually and financially IV PROBATE tate of F. C. Holllngsworth, deceased -
He. was masterful in his three TO ALL, WHOSE IT MAY CONCERN: of Laurens. South Carolina; J. j
Dr. F. Jennings.The to Mr. H. P. Morgan for the church. Notice Is I
grateful way approach saying: "Joe Williams : Ask your- hereby given that Lor- M. Edwards and Lucille Edwards, DRASTIC
school Corkers Included county superintendent, members self this question "If all the mem- enzo D. Green filed his final reportas his wife of Starke Bradford County -
was three persons what : administrator of the estate of Florida
; N. Sternberg and Gus-
Principals Anderson and Thomp- of the Board of Public Instruction, bers in church Fannie M.
thought he was, what he my were just like Green deceased; that he sie Sternberg, his wife of Daytona
kins and Sup :rvisor Johnson. The, bus officials for the services and you me, what kind of church would has filed his petition for final discharge Beach, Volusta County, Florida; L. FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE
thought he and what God and that he will
volunteer workers of Lawtey madea contributions that they made was church be?" the Honorable apply to D. Green and Mae' Green, his wife
my Theron A.
knew he was." He further stated Yawn. of Starke, Bradford County Florida;
tremendous contribution to the: which helped to make our pro .Mt Pisgah AJkLE. Church, County Judge of Bradford County and any and all other persons claim-
that God looks at the heart of a Florida on the 8th day of August. REDUCTIONSKeep
ing right, title interest in
any or
Area which included Hobby Rev. E.
Library Variety person while we look at things L. Walker pastor will also I 1955, for approval of same and for and to the following described landsin
Crafts. Many interesting objects for the participate in the forthcoming :final discharge as Administrator of the City of Starke. Bradford
from the outward appearance. the estate of Fannie M. Green, deceased Yeur INSURANCE in STARKE and still
were made by the adults i made for the children. District Sunday School Convention on this 8th day of July. County, Florida, to-wit: benefit
Many out-of-town ministers parti 1955. Lots Six (6) Seven (7) Eight (8) from the LOWEST
possible .
and the children.At at Lake Butler. The church Lorenzo D. Green, Administratorof
Clark Buried
and Nine of Block Eleven ,
cipated in the program with Rev. the estate of Fannie M. (9) (11)
RJ.E. the volunteers made James Clark was claimed by John Groover, pastor serving as still has on the drive for the build- Green. deceased. in Livingston Truby and Company's -
Addition to the Town of ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY
their largest contribution in thearea i death on July 15 and was funeral- master of ceremonies. ing program and is calling on 7/8 4t 7/29 Starke. Florida In Section Twen-

of swimming on Monday',I ized at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church members and friends to donate ty-eight (28) Township Six (6)
Wednesday and Friday. Supervisor on Monday afternoon. He was a Church News "blocks." How many blocks have REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO East.South, Range Twenty-two (22) Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone

Johnson and Principal I citizen of Lincoln City for nearly New Bethel Baptist Church,Rev.A. you purchased by giving dollars Notice Is hereby given that the You and each of you are hereby
Thompkins wishes to use this I liv- .. Vinson, will hold regular services and dimes? :undersigned, under the provisions of notified that there has been filed in
a century. He was the only starting with Sun- Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Acts the Circuit Court in and for Drad- 285 129 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
} on Sunday ,
method to thank following per ing citizen that remembered vividly We would welcome news from 4>t 1941 will register with the Clerk ford County Florida a ComplaintIn
sons for services: Elizabeth L the Harmon Murray episode in day School at 9:3.0 a. m., Supt. all other churches in the Brad- ]Df Bradford the Circuit County.Court State in of and Florida for, Chancery wherein Denver R. Dev- .

Givens, Alma Jenkins, Sophia L Bradford County. He was survived Saul Hankerson in charge. Deacon ford County-Starke area which 1 upon receipt of proof of publication wife rick, and are Chessie plaintiffs M., and DevrlcK each) his of .I SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE

Royal, Pauline Marshall, Mabel I by a host of relatives and :I Royal assistant will be on would include Ebenezer, Mt. Nebo, name of of this: Bradford notice,Motor the Court fictitious, under you is a defendant, the style j I _. ..._ _.. '_ _c. _.'"_ C- _" __ _
Battle Bertha De'" Laura Whit, friends which included his sister, 'hand, while Deacon Little adult Antioch, First Born Temple and I which we are engaged in business which Chessie is M.Denver Devrick,R.nw Devrick wife, plaintiffs and- II I I .- .- .-- -" ",. -. -- ;( ---- _.."". .'
more, Jewell Cummings, Leila L Mary Frazier, from Daytona 'I''teacher, is asking all of his scholars many others. See your editor by i Starke at ,1123 Florida.N. State That the Road parties 200, vs. G. C. Livingston et al., !

Suggs and Alberta Albright. Beach. The interment was ata to be present and on time forth noon each Monday on the cornerof Interested in said business are: Malcolm i defendants ed decree the relief therein pray- '
being a quieting and
The hobby area has made L Oddfellows Cemetery by the very interesting lesson. North and Oak St. just across I M. Pownall.Pownall Starke and wife Fla., Elizabeth firming the plaintiffs' title to the ,
Those of who did not attend lands hereinabove described, and for ,
small contrib *ion by making rugs I Hughes-Chestnut Funeral Home. you from Rev. Damon Dell's barber Dated this 8th day of July A.D., other relief and it further
appearing -
the School of 1955,
Sunday your at Starke, Bradford County
out of G.I. shoe strings, flower I Williams Funeral shop. Florida. from said sworn Complaintthat
choice: should have gone to learn! the names of the defendantsare HUNDREDSof
of various types, earings and I The family of the late Joe Williams I Smnmer'bitors 7/8 4t 7/29 unknown, except as therein set
Motto if
the nothing more
The aunt of Hamp Chandler, and addresses
clay modeling. Many valuable i of forth that the and
were recipients many which said: "Be not deceived Ida Butler, native of Starke but Im The Circuit Court Of -The Eighth residences of said defendants are
things have been molded with L sympathies at the funeral on Sun- God is not mocked, for whatsoever Judicial Circuit Im And For Brad- unknown, and that there is no per- details are managed and economic
powder and painted by the, chiL. at Allen Chapel A.M.E. at present residing in West Palm ford County Florida. son or persons in the State of Flor-
day attended trained and
a man soweth; that shall Beach has been in the city for la Chaurerr. No. 10-1089 ida, the service of process upon ally that only a
dren. Church. The Lily White Lodge of he also GaL 6.7 : DENVER R. DEVRICK, asd whom would bind said absent or careful organization attend when
Morning can
check to reap. several weeks visiting with Al- CH ESSIE M. DEVRICK, unknown defendants, and that each
about five Jacksonville a
In music education presented
worship at 11:30 a. m. evening tamese Chandler and: her husband. Plaintiff, known and named defendant is the urgent need for serving is at
persons have had applied music: the family, the Pall Bearers Lodger vs. the
[ worship at 7:30: m. The public over age of twenty-one years,
experience at RJ.E. At Lawte 'of Reno presented a resolution and is invited p. She reports a very delightfulstay G. C. LIVINGSTON et at, and that the age of each unknownof I hand
to attend all services. and has not indicated when

Allen Chapel AJrt.E. Church, she will return to the eastern
Rev. John Groover, pastor willhold shore. She is a teacher at Palm DeWITT C. JONESPhone

Sunday School at 10:00: a. m. 'I View Elementary School of West 7 Starke, Fla.Funeral .
with Supt. Homer Williams in Palm Beach. JOHNSON MOTORS II I

SPRING SALE charge. Teachers Irene Thomas,,'I Sidney Williams, process serverof Director Ambulance Service
Broxton and Sally Ron- New York City visited relatives -
dolph with E. Givens will be on and friends recently but SEE TilE COMPLETE LINE AT Our local funeral home enables na to offer convenience tni

hand to greet you. Don't forget was unable to remain for the service not otherwli available.

the District Sunday School Con- funeral: of his Uncle Joe. He now
vention will be held at the Meth- resides at 830 Ashford St., Brook STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES III '" 41

odist Church in Lake Butler start- lyn 7, N. Y. He is the brother of: I We furnish the highest type &tervic at lowest price, tad

H SEATCOVERS ing Wednesday July 27, and end- Fred Williams of the city. PHONES 45 AND 333gwwww accept ANT life Insurance policy in force, !Issued by ANT
ing on Sunday, July 31. So far -
as la In full fuieraL
company, payment part or on a
no delegates has been named for
NOTICE TO APPEAR 'I Consultation carries no obligation.
the Sunday School. President I. Circuit Court. Bradford County. ,
I I j
Elizabeth Givens will attend the Florida la Chancery.
Richard L. T. Greene. Plaintiff vs.
---- -- ----- -
meeting and represent the Mis- Guillermina R. Greene, Defendant. ... -
sionary Society of the church. A Case yo. lO-lOTf ,
Notice To Appear .
I k'
Thorn Thumb Wedding is being To: Guillermlna R. Greene, whose< -
9S planned for the missionary group, residence and address is: Aquadilla,
Puerto Rico.
20 I by the president. Watch this pa- You are hereby notified that a
Sedan per for the date and time of pre, suit for divorce
I has been filed against you in the
sentation.Mt. above named Court and cause and r a> ft. ..
Moriah Methodist Church,,. you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading: to the
I Rev. D. W. Demps pastor will]i l C-mplalnt on the Plaintiff's Attorney
CHASM C. SHEPHERD have its Annual Men's Day observance Hans G. Taenzler. Jr., 109 Law ley,
Exchange Building. Jacksonville
on ,the fourth Sundajin r Florida +e 1
TV RADIO SEAT COVERS August with Robert Dell anc I and file the original In the office .
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
: : .;: : Louis Kelly serving as chairmen. or before the

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Adult EducationAt Two Bradford Youths I Lawtey School's Wall,Postal'Branch Seeks Company To Publish

BHS DesignedFor OopsWe're Attend Forestry Camp' Cracks Bring Demand II Messenger: For MailStarke Directory For City

CHURCHESAt Two Bradford County boys, For State Inspection Postmaster G. J. Me- The man knocking at your

Older Heads sorry honestly* itwon't Anthony Crawford and Glen B.I A State Education Department I Griff Jr. said this week he is accepting -I door next month may seem nosey,
happen again. Crawford are among 105 youths bids for a mail messengerto but don't kick him out
Want to go to school, even if Those are the words of attending a forestry training camp architect will be asked to inspect I carry mail from the depot to He probably will be a representative -

your hair is gray and your backIs School Supervisor L. H. Gib- this week at O'Leno State ,Park exterior wall cracks of the Law- the Postoffice and return. of the National Directory

:The TabernacleThe Church At bent son to the Starke TelephoneCo. near High Springs.The tey white school to see if the McGriff said he will accept bids Publishing Co., which proposes to
building is in danger of
There's room for you af Brad is until Starke
camp sponsored by the noon on August 5. They publish a city directory.
Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle Be Host July 31 ford High. The cost is low the It all came about as Brad, wood-using industries and operated ing. will be forwarded to Atlanta for Chamber of Commerce directors

was the scene impressive company congenial, and the subjects ford High physical education by the Florida Forest Service. School Board Member Dan evaluation.The were informed of the directory
meetings during the weekend For Starke Church varied. helping Starling called attention to the
students were lending a The outing is both a summer postmaster said the job in- proposal last Monday. They look-
when Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Allenof Hampton Christian Church Interested In typing? Short- hand in laying out the camp and a summer school. The fissures at Saturday's meeting of volves three round trips a day between ed with favor on the plan, particularly -
the Kingston Bible College in hand? Bookkeeping? Hath? playground near the USO build- boys the School Board. He said the since Starke streets have
will be host to the Christian spend five hours a day in depot and Postoffice for six
Canada were present to bring Church of Starke in Convention English? Spanish? Art? ing. They were putting down classes, mostly in-the-woods in- cracks, located at each end of the I days a week. On Sundays, two been renamed and houses renum- i
beautiful colored slide pictures of railroad crossties for use.as building, were large enough to bered
the, work of the College. Sunday, July 31, with morningand Every one of these are currently barriers. struction. They study such sub- accomodate a man's hand. 'and a half trips are necessary. recently. !
afternoon services and a bas- available in the adult educa- benches and parking jects as fence post treating, gum
A3 Mrs. Allen's contribution to ket dinner at noon.J. tion program. The only chargeis They ran across a large farming, fire, prevention and County School Supt HarmonP. Federal Foodstuffs Starke Men SelectedFor
she several
meeting played axe. .
and out Morgan said
root got a mighty forest insects. the building was
Sherwood, of Starke, will be $2 per course. This is for ad-
violin numbers. Mrs. Allen is mu- speaker at the morning service ministration and equipmentThe Wham! No root. The session ends Friday with a constructed in 1918. He said he Valued At $10,784 Big Legion Jobs
sical director the
of College,
at all. noticed the
Oops! Twasn't a root cracks two three
beginning at 11 a.m., followed by courses are, tailored for Individual fried chicken and trimmings ban- or Given To Bradford
teaching violin and piano Nope. Telephone cable instead years ago. At that time, it was Florida State Commander of
communion service at 12 noon. needs, not the old rote
Sunday morning Rev. Allen occupied I -' and phones went out quet.All examined hy a state architect and the American Legion, Arch Thomas -
the ''pulpit: Special music C. F. Dance of Lake Butler will system in. crowded classrooms. all over that section of town. of the youths attending the t,the building deemed safe. Federally-donated commodities, Jr., has appointed two of his
speak at. the afternoon service at After the student achieves mas- camp are members of mostly foodstuffs,
was rendered at this service. Couple of weeks later. More the Future Morgan amounted to fellow townsmen to high posts in '
Monday night an Interested 2 p.m. tery of a subject regardless of crossties, more root, more axe. Farmers of America. I should agreed take another school look inspectors -'$10,784 in value were used in the the state organization. I

group gathered in the Tabernacle Dinner will be. served at the ,how long it takes he can drop Wham! No root :the at I Bradford County School system Thomas chose L. H. Gibson.
building to
Annex to informal 'tables on the church ground at out or jump to another course. if the during the past school :year. school supervisor in Bradford
enjoy an
pro-: Willard M. Oops! No root at all. Yep 12 Bradford Women cracks have widened. He said he
gram of violin music and view 12:30 p.m. The Rev. There are no report cards. But Another telephone cable would write Tallahassee to The commodities are part of County, as chairman of the de

some of the interesting and edu- Jones, pastor of the Hampton if the student wants formal course same one in fact, but in a Attend Food MeetingTwelve inspection.i requestthe $2.463,252 in goods donated in the partment's press publicity. W. H. I

cational scenic films shown by Mr. Church, 'extended a welcome ,to credit, he can get it by passinga different location. i state last year by the Florida Department Graham, Starke clothier, was ap
Allen. members and friends to attend test. women from Bradford of Public Welfare. pointed assistant sergeant-at-arnts I
The telephone I
The Aliens left Tuesday morn- the convention services and dinner company says County will leave Monday to attend -Bradford Soil Unit The for the department.Both I
Says Supervisor L. H. Gibson, Gibson, was absolutely won- 'I agency serves as the distributing -
ing for Jacksonville to fill an ap- "Adult instruction is usually aim- derful about the two episodes. the State School Food Service ,Slates August Meet group for the United men will serve during the- '

pointment there and will then Presbyterian ChurchSat.3 ed at developing individual mastery Each repair. took a full day. Training at Tallahassee States 1955-56 Legion year. .

take their journey, northward to : of a subject rather than attending We're sorry, says Gibson.It in through Saturday of next week,I The new Board of Supervisorsfor Department of Agricul Thomas, young Starke attorney,

their home, p". m, Adult Choir Prac- classes for a specified won't happen again.Examination preparation for cafeteria workat the Bradford Soil Conservation ture.The was .elected head of the Florida
Tuesday evening the Tabernacle tice. number of meetings." Bradford County schools this J District will hold its organization- commodities come to Florida Legion earlier thIs year.

group was privileged to have Sun.-9:45 a. m. Sunday School; The classes also are designedso Slated year. jal I meeting Thursday, August 4, without cost through the fed-

Rev. 'R. Clark Crosby' bring a 11 a. m.' :Morning Worship' Serv- advanced students are en- Those planning to make the(at Lloyd Green's home. ..eral price support program and CARD OF THANKS

chalk talk on "The Cross.; It was ice sermon by Rev R. W. Nel- couraged to help the beginners. For Rural Postman trip are Mattie Gresham, Alice I The Board is composed of Zed-' the national school lunch pro- Toth I
Attila G.
family or
illustrated by the Gospel ,song son, Penney Farms.at 8 p. m. Chris-Union Math is taken by easy steps. i In Bradford County Jenkins, Ida Mae Burney, Maggie ra Hamilton Foster Shi Smith,'I lunchrooms gram. They to are make used in, school would like to thank the many
"The Way of the Cross leads Evening Worship First a more nutritional -
Spanish follows a conversational Glisson, Mildred Lawson and Sam McGarvey, J. B. White and friends who sent flowers and
Rev. R. meal available
Home, sung by Rev, Crosby. tian Church sermon by at the
I The U. S. Civil Service Commission
Sara Hunter Green. cards and expressed sympathy
Regular 'services will continue W. Nelson. Starke; Myrtle lowest possible price.
throughout the week and visitors Prayer meeting and junior choir Consequently, a beginner can i this week announced it is Jones, Brooker; Minnie Johns,I The Board will choose its of- Among the items, totaling 40- during the death of his stepfather

always welcome.An practice will not be held due to register in any class at any time. I accepting applications for a rural Theressa; Rosa Moore, Heilbronn ficers and pick chairmen for the 612 pounds, used in five Bradford Eugene Benko. The Family of
He she won't be out placeat i mail carrier to serve the Starke Attila G. Toth.
or of
the minister whileon major committees of J Aj
interesting feature of the the absence of all. :Postoffice. Springs; Florabelle Nettles and publicity, County lunchrooms were beans, <
Saturday night meeting was the vacation. education, program, legislationand canned beef, butter, cheese, cot-,
I Applications must be filed with Nan Moody, New River and Mrs. '
So it isn't unusual' to see an ; finance. tonseed
reading of the Scripture in Braille products, figs, grapefruit
1 the, U. S. Civil Service Commis-
tmmm..mmn m adult education class at BHS con- Ruby Cooper, Hampton. It is the Board's sections, dried milk,
Lake.But- Ester-
by Tommy Fillyaw of sion, Washington, 25, D. C., before duty to carry orange juice YOU'LL LOVE the new
tain students whose academic 16.Applicants. ,Raleigh Brannen will drive a out the work of conserving Brad- II concentrate, canned peaches, pea-

ler.HiWay GRAHAM background range from the ele- August must reside within Bradford school bus to take the for County natural resources. In nut butter, rice, and canned to- brook purse-size fountain pens la

Chapel mentary grades to advanced col- I women to Tallahassee, picking up carrying out this mandate, it matoes. Brad-
Postof- at
the delivery area of the pastel shades. Only $1.58
i more passengers in Lake. Butler works with a number of federal, I The
Assembly of God average number of meals
Mrs. John McKinneyLLAAAUVl&AALL4AL4AALA lege.Says .fice. Age limits are from 18 to .
I Gibson, "As any teacher 50 except to those entitled to and Lake City. state and county agencies. served daily amounted to 1,580. s ford County Telegraph. |i ,'
School at 10
Sunday; Sunday I
knows, progress in a class varies I]. I
a. m. a class for every age. Wor- veteran preference.
I considerably within the according -
ship Hour, 11 a. m. EvangelisticHour II I Mr, and Mrs. Ike Lefevers and to- ability, initiative group and I i The post will be awarded on an I'
8 p. m. daughter, Margie, visited with .examination basis. The examination -
of the individual student -
Tuesday: 8 p. ra., mid-week I their son and daughter-in-law, experience. I,i probably will be held in the

Preaching Service. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers of
. Thursday: 8 p. m.. Missionary I,Tampa, lash week. "When the so-called advanced fall.The Commission seeks to fill the Barksdale9sSTOCK flflilifl

Preaching Service. Mr. and Mrs. Willie West of students help the beginners, they post left vacant by the retire-

,Saturday: 3 "p. m., Children's Palmetto spent the week with help themselves and quickly" per- ment of Ellery M. Davis, who .
Story and Recreation Hour., Mrs. West's mother Mrs. Elizabeth cieve their own limitations. served 39 years with the Post-
ES252SZSZS2S2SZS2SZ52SH5ESHS3S2SIt's 'Dryden That's why adult education is office.

Mrs. Equilla Roberts spent ,the working out so well at BHS. I I

week in Patterson, Ga., visitingher If the regular run of subjects Schools
sister-in-law and family, Mrs. doesn't interest you, what about -

Gladys Wasdin. landscaping? Or interior decora- Era In Bradford UP FOR I
tion? Craftwork in leather or
M Mr.- and Mrs. Charles :Moody of
711 Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. wood? Public Speaking? Mechanical -

1 Yr Wright and children of Starke drawing and blueprinting? Nearly FinishedThe JACLTO SCHOOL I
Music appreciation? English?
11 were visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. John old-fashioned one-teacher

Moody Sunday afternoon.Mr. Trench or German? country school passed from the
These, classes can t>e organized, I
and Mrs. Buddie Stokes and Bradford County scene recently One Lot Ladies
children and Mr. and Mrs. Russell probably by September, if 15 per- with the closing of the Brooker LADIES PANTIES
I and children in Miami sons show interest in any one School. 1
Starling are. Negro Elementary
this week. catagory. School Supt. Harmon P. Mor- I $1.00 Values MEN'S SUN DRESSES '
Those interested can contact I SUITS I
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand gan said this week there are sev- I I
children were visiting Mr. County School Supt. Harmon P.! eral reasons for the trend toward ONLY 49c 2.t9:
Morgan, Gibson, pr BHS Prin- '
and Mrs. W. P. Bennett in Gaines- centralization of school localities. I.
Charles Partin. .
Too Late ville last Monday afternoon. cipal "it is
"For one thing, he.said. '
Everyone is busy getting to- believed that a teacher can do a l One Lot Ladies Peter PanBRASSIERS

Then! tacco ready for market. 2,500 Licenses better job working with one class, LADIES BLOUSES ? 'd

This community was saddenedto rather than several."

While home burns learn of the death of Mrs. Issued By YawnIn "Then, too," he added, "it Is e 0
your you
Kinney, who died in Ocala last almost impossible to provide cafe- 1-3 OFF
wish had carried 4.95 Value 2.98
may you
Sunday, -
Year Period teria service in small schools, or I
more fire insurance. Mrs. Kate Starling was visiting special courses such as music or .

Before you have- a loss- relatives in Gainesville the past Nearly 2,500 hunting and fish- art. One Lot'3.50 Value

check up your policies with week. ing licenses issued and the office other of permitswere Coun- "Up to a point where you havea LADIES HATS Starting At $11.30MEN'S 2.29
this It's not too late Lamar Starling and RaymondMoody teacher for each grade, it is
Theron A. Yawn to the
NOW. are spending the week in, ty Judge better to have consolidation," Up To 4.95 ,
value of $6,537.50 during the past
Jacksonville relatives. Morgan said.Another Children'sSPORT
year ending June 30, according to
Mr and :Mrs. Jimmie, Elmer oi reason for the central- 1.98

H. C. Wall AgencyPhone Lacrosse spent the weekend wiMr th figures Here released is a breakdown this week. of the ization of school facilities, :Mor- SHIRTS DRESSES

and Mrs. J. H. Surrency.Mr. gan stated, is the decline in the
various types of licenses:
: 146 and Mrs. John Moody spent t state percentage of rural population
Fishing resident $2, Reg.
in Jacksonville last, with the dropping of 1 LOT 1-2 PRICE
a! few, .days 1.411; non-resident state, $10.50; consequent
200 E. Call Street week with their children.Mr. 'rural school enrollment. ALL JEWELRY
9; non-resident 14-day, $3,25, 4953.95 2.79
Starke Fla. and Mrs. John McKinney, Total fishing licenses issued: 1,582. I He gave the following examples: 1 LOT 1.3 OFF

and children spent Sunday withMrs. I Hunting resident county, $2, Brooker, 1946 206 pupils, 1955 2.98--- .

'ra.....cIcIcIcIlIcIcI..:......:......:.....:.......................ca......ca......rs....era.....ca.....ra....ca......n.... Will Melton in Waldo. 245; resident other than home '-128 pupils; Lawtey, 1946 285 1-3 OFF 1.98 One Counter Assorted
county, $4.50, 3; resident state, I pupils, 1955 262 pupils; Heil- .
l I 1.98 .

I II i II ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing fi i I $7.50$26.50' 365 1; ;non-resident non-resident 10 state day,,,, bronn 97 pupils.1946 He- said 116 pupils the enrollment 1955 SWIM SUITS ,1.29 MERCHANTS49C

Established 1894 remained about
I Iz' $11.50, 3. Total hunting licenses ,at" Hampton has MEN'S TROUSERS
issued: 617.Trapping, the same. '

". '... ',' '- ... -.... .' resident, 3252. I At the present time, Morgan I ONE LOT
.. ; ,- "W I' :>;: -'.' : :i- ..... .M'- :",- ...; '_., Summer
In addition, the judge's office said, there are two-teacher Tropicals Wash

-Co issued 155 public hunting permitsfor schools at Water Oak, Hampton 1-3 OFF and Wear Men's

\ FIRST B''Arp..TrI S Tj H'U..R'.C.H. a total of $780; issued 95 old and Thurston or Lincoln City.' ONE LOT Reg. Sale

age permits (which allow those Other rural schools have the SWIM TRUNKS

STARKE, FLA. under 15 or over 65 to fish or following number of teachers:
2 OFF 6.95-5.95 4.98
hunt without a license; issued 24 Heilbronn, 4; Brooker, 4; Hamp- 1- 3.95-2.95 1.98

duplicate hunting licenses at 25 ton, 5; Lawtey, 10.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor cents each.Farm 4.95.. 2.98

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Kingsley Lake Water Ladies Summer 11.95 .' 7.98 Boy'sSPORT

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Unit Hits Found At Record Low

New Fuel TaxesThe Walking Boy'sPolo
Lake .
I Kingsley is among many;
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. '
Florida lakes which have dropped
Sunday School 9:45t.: Training Union 6:45 P.M. Florida Farm Bureau this to: new lows because of the pro- 1- 3 OFF SHORTS Shirts 3952.95 1.98
week came out with full scale
longed dry spell, according to .
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00: P.M. opposition to the proposal to in- U. Geological Survey records. 3.98 Values 1.00 Values 1.29

crease federal taxes from two to 1.59 1.19
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at three cents a gallon for gasolineand The Survey said four of the

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. from two to six cents a 'gal- representative lakes hitting new LADIES DRESSES 1.98 69C Children's
lows were Kingsley, Orange, between
lon for diesel fuel.
.. .. .
Gainesville and Ocala,
:-. -.- "" -, The. federal proposal also in- Men's Summei "
nehaha at Clermont and Tohope- SANDALSHATS
.. creases the tax on heavy duty 1-3 OFF
Kissimmee. Men's Dress
n.'_', . ..; .- truck tires from five to 15 centsa kalgia near
pound. Other lakes were reported con- Reduced To 98c

REVIVALFaith The Farm Bureau's executivevice siderably below normal levels. 5.003.95 SHOESReduced And

president T. K. McClane.. II II Old timers say they remember ONE LOT
Winter Park, said the taxes would,,Kingsley hitting such a low only 2.49 To
1- 3 OFF
Church raise the cost of producing and one time before. At that time,,
Baptist -- transporting agricultural products.The [they said a car could be driven LADIES DRESSES 2.95 1.95 4,98 Whites and Patents

federal plan is sponsoredby I around the lake on the exposed 1.49
Block West of 301 on Raiford Hiway
Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower, ;beach. Children's -
'who proposes to finance a multi- I 98C
Beginning August 1st I .
billion dollar road constructionvrsram. Cleaner To Close Boy's PANTIES

It under
is consideration
Continuing Through August 14th
by Congress. Doyle the Cleaner will be closed DUNGAREESDouble

McClane charged the programI Monday, August 1, to Monday, Ladies 29CGHAMBREY
: onlv increases the
: farmer'stax
I August 8, while employes are on Seat & Knee and Zipper
I load. but it places full em- SHOES 98C
Grace Baptist Church, Samoset, Fla. nhasis on limited access urban vacation. -

Conducting Services, 8:00 Each Evening and interstate highways.! It gives All Summer Sandals SHIRTSON
Bro. Pierce will also conduct a 25 minute broadcast over srant attention t3! roads which .

Radio Station W.D.V.H., Starke, beginning Aug. 2nd, farmers really use he said. want to thank each and SALE 1-3 OFF 98C

Time 1:05 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. Sponsored by Faith If national defense is the pur- every' one for the kindness shownto ,

Baptist Church and friends. pose of new road building, said we children in the sickness of II

McClane the cost should be borne our father, Rev. James Clark. Al- .

BEGIN MAKING PLANS NOW TO,ATTEND THESE ;by all citizens, not just road users. so for the share you gave in his .

Sen-ices and Listen to Broadcasts I McClane also said road con- death. Thanks for the cards, telegrams : BARKSDALE'S DEFT STORE

struction decisions should lie the wonderful dinner after .
; EVERYONE WELCOME A. E. MASSEY, Pastor principally with the 'states, since the: funeral, and other expressions Starke, Florida '

they can best determine need. of sympathy.
.. --- - .- I His Sons and Daughters .


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Music Games Chow ; duce the necessary revenues for these budgets for the ensuing fsc"ll: :
year are
School FathersHit

Special Tax School District Xo. 1 ___ __ ? Jiillj ,.
!- Pounty General S.-hool Fund _10
---------- Mills
r- : Building and Bus Reserve Fund _____ 2 Mills
Uist. NO. ;. interest,; and Sinking Fund ._____ 1 Mill
Quality Of ijI.rTI Dist. No. 18 Interest and :Sink: Fund ---_____I"__ 9 MIlls ...

: Complete details of each separate part of the school bud"". ""<.
: mariztd all> '" are on file and are available for public
in.p.- z ':i a
the office of the County Superintendent of Public instruct'.n" ( t' ..-
New BuildingsBradord ..urthuu?. :starke: Florida and will also be available for such Duolla
hearing t-'gethrr with all supporting statements ana Jn orn _i"v"w.
interested persons are cordially invited to participate in the public
hearing and discuss the school program and budget for thV ,
County School Board for the ensuing fiscal year.rr..ADuRD t '11.1.;''

members made plain this week
rciJUC '
they're riot :yet happy about the H. P. Morgan Secretary 'Tu'i:

quality of $300,000 in new facilities If 7 .3
school. --
at the Starke -

tors commented Board don't member think"I hope they're Dan those through.I contrac-Starling. Sell It Rent It Trade It

Music. Music. Music.! Tripping the musical notes has been
think the Board ought to go a

down ,there and take a look at part of the Summer Program all along first under Mrs. I-Iona 1VITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

that shabby work." Canova, then under new bandmaster 31. C. Thompson. The stu-

Board members then chimed in dents had both individual and group attention with the new Low Rates Good Results tasy To Place

with construction details they dis bandmaster concentrating on whipping the band into shape be- ZO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION .
liked. Member L. T. Johns said Young limbs got plenty of workout on the new Then came refreshment time, when all the kid 5 Oc
fore the fall football season. Hitting the hot licks are Don Seymour I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2eOP
the ceiling in the new music playground equipment spotted around the USO dies lined up for milk and doughnuts or other
(left) and Gladys Thompson (right). The band master is! DlscorXT 15 PER CENT O\' TWO OR MOHR 1XIFRTIOVH
building isn't up to par. County Center during the Summer Program, which closgoodIes.. And the refreshments, too were parted I

School Supt. Harmon P. Morgan in the center.EightWeek. this week. The equipment, most of it donatot the Summer Program. Who are the bright- I 25* ADDITIONAL FOR BLIXD ADS OR ADS XOT PAID I.V ADVICE

said the grading around the buildings ed and Installed with free labor, has been well eyed boys sharing their attention between GUARANTEED t'sed: Mens and Lad FOR RENT-
unsatisfactory.. Starlingsaid used by the kiddies. Hanging like monkeys are doughnuts and camera? Jim Moore is on the ies Watches. $1 down $1 a week feet of floor space.(or less All)or square part
the' doors In the gym are not Summer Closes at tfchg suitable for
installed correctly. Program Jimmy Waters of Lawtey (left) and Junior left and Wayne CLSty on the right. Both are storage. will apartment.remodel office to ,suit or

Sanders of Starke. tenant. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Box 6,
from Starke.
Commented Morgan "I don'tfeel I I Keep Your InsuranceIN Starke. tfchg

the contractor can call the For Bradford School '
- Today PupilsBradford and rails, rope came from Camp CARD OF THANKS REASON DETERIORATES I-
Job complete. STARKE WANTED
I .- .. Blanding, local merchants gave DEALS. AND BENUMBS SPIRITUAL -
As the result of the discussion, material and labor. May we take this method of POWERS."

the Board agreed Saturday! that County's ejght-week ed as a joint parent-child activity Gibson said the playground is thanking our neighbors and (UNION SIGNAL) CHECK OUR RATES Listings In $2,000 and $1,000

Morgan and Starling-along with Summer Program for school stu- .which will make the Summer Pro- not complete. Yet. it is an excellent friends for their kind expressionsof BEFORE BUYINGNo Bracket. Have Buyers Wait

any .other interested members dents closes today, with dreamsof gram a family affair. start on "Halloweenproof"equipment. sympathy in our bereavement OTICK: OP TAX EQI'\LIZVTIO\- Fees ing. Other listings Appreciat

should inspect the buildings and an even better 1956 programin i And, said Gibson there is no especially Mr. Bill Lane and Mr. The City Council of the City of Membership ed. Free
Starke. Florida, will meet at the Quick Claim Sen-ice Open Listtofs.
come up with a list of faults to the making. treason the program cannot include Now available are horseshoeand .Fate Brown. These expressions City Hall, in the City Clerk's officeat I i

guide! the contractor, School Supervisor L. H. Gibson a day camp at nearby lakes courts climb have been deeply appreciated.- 7 P.M.. on Tuesday, the 2nd day
j volleyball a rope Strout
August.. A.D.. 1953. as a Board of Doyle E. CONNER Realty
Morgan said the contractor isGossett believes this year's program for the youngsters. chinning and balancing bars, shuffleboard I Sally Williams and family. Equalizers for the purpose of hearIng I

which was considerably expanded "This thing has unlimited possibilities complaints and receiving testimony -
and Parker ConstructionCo. and basketball courts, I as to the value of any property INSURANCE JOIDTIE hANSEN, Rep.
of Jacksonville the same company was something of a qualified suc he said. broad jump and even special facilities real or personal or mixed as I 5 Miles South of Starke on 301

which is building a $55,593 cess. He plans activities even One of the difficulties this year for hopscotch and marbles. W.C.T.U."ALCOHOL year fixed 1 bv>:55 the against Tax Assessor the owner for the or Starke's Only Mutual P. O. Box 307 Starte, Fla.

addition to the Starke power bigger and better next year. was understaffing, particularlysince The playground is for year- agent of such property. Agency

plant. "We used to have little more the county had little money (OFFICIAL SEAL) James A. Lewis Phone 285 136 W. Call
round use, sail Gibson. "It was VIOLATES OUR Chairman of City Council FOR S.\LE-one 1% case drink box,

'At the Stark school, the Jacksonville than a summer swimming program to pour into a summer program. I designed for safety and durability, STEWARDSHIP OF THE MIND City of Starke. Florida one able.electric Also Juke box. Reason

firm has constructed a ," said Gibson. "This year I.The county, however, did help 'and it should be there for a while." AND BODY. IT DETHRONES Carl City Clerk Johns no lOt WAT A FINE "I.\\or range practically one Hotpoint new. electric 1150.00.

1,000 seat gymnasium costing I we took in a lot more activities furnish transportation for the The Summer Program began 7'!! 2t 7/29 We will soon have in your vicinitya Apply Stars and Stripes, Kingsley
and attendance between the youngsters. lovely little Spinet Piano famous Lake. 3tp 7/29
$12 O.000. a 350-capacity cafetor-, June 6. For eight weeks the NOTICE make, late model; and to a responsible -

iura costing $50,000, an eight- 150 and 200 mark. I But it was Gibson who sparkedone youngsters studied in assembly and Notice is hereby given that the fr.llowins described land, will be party we will transfer for a FOR SALE-Pineapple pears ft

classroom addition for 280 stu- -But we will evaluate this :year's of the program's major improvements individual sessions, practiced music sold Hall at Lawtey.public, auction on Monday the 22nd day of August 115! :>. at City small monthly down terms.payment This Instrument and on easy U:I Courthouse bushel on trees.on Old One Lake mile west Butler of

dents costing $95,000 and a modern program and get things lined up Scattered all around and read, watched films and due for taxes herein County set of opposite Bradford to State of Florida to Iathe amount offered at a big reduction. Write grade. Ira Andreu, Rt. 1, Box 244.
the together with all
music building for $35,000. for next year. It can be broadened the USO Center, site of the pro swam. A number of field trips of such sale and advertising. name costs O.immediately Box 2613. to Jacksonville Credit Manager Fla., and, P. 2tp 7/22

more-drawing in more young gram, is rugged playground equip- were held. ('ITOF L1WTEY WEST OK HUI.HOU you will be advised where it can

Wainwright Seeks sters for a better program." ment which helped round out the The activities close today (Fri- DeiwrlpUon \.r be seen. Stchg -8/5 ,

In the future, said Gibson, he activities. day) with presentation of achievement Tat
W 75 ft of Il//I
Lots 5 and 6 Elk. J. E. Wall f ,
can envision a night program each: Material for tha playground, all awards for field day activi- Lots 7 and 8 Rlk i. Elk 2 J). B. Thomas 120.50 13.50 POSITION WANTED-Experienced
Post "
Mayor AgainMayor Friday. Complete with skits and donated, .came from everywhere.The I ties. The field day was staged Lots Blk 15 7 Except and 8 Ilk Lot 1 18 ,v. F. Moore 7.50 middle, available aged couple for motel, now manage-employed .; pp'te
band concerts, it would be design- Seaboard gave rialroad tiesStarke's Thursday. N4 of Lot 1 and Lots :2.! 7 and Torode 4.50 men Sept. 1st. Best of references

J, R. Wainwright ,this 8 of Blk 22 L. P. Rafuse 3.50 sober and reliable.VanSickle Florida pre- ., ..*.as.f i---
week paid a $65.16 fee and form; N% of Blk 9''SSH Eva Grant Est. 450 Fla. Robert 2tp Bonifay.7/29

ally qualified re-election.. One of Blk 25 N S Ceo. F. Young Est 4.50 FOR SALE-New S x 8 x 16 Con- Evinrude Motors
Farm Equipment Money i Legion Will Sponsor ft. Lot E and 23 Ft.W on and W. side by 100 of crete block 18c. Cement $I.tO
With two more weeks to go Stat \ per bag. Mortar Mix 11.25 per
Road J. L. Waters Parts
before the August 23 qualification Lost On Bucking Bronc EventIn 16.50 bag. Bradford Engiaeeiing C" Service
Street Comm. at a point 20 ft. N. of phone 94. Starke. tf
deadline, Wainwright and W. T SlatedAt School's Stadium Cor. of State St. and Lake I _
Roundup Ave. and on W. side of State
(Billy) Jackson already are vying But All's WellSome St. run N. 20 ft. W 70 ft. N. BILL SOTO Zimmel Runabouts

for the City's chief post. I A semi-professional rodeo an 20 ft.V.. 30 ft, N. 20 ft. E. ,

Jackson, a Purple Heart vet LakeFarm of that $21,000 dumpedand I, American Legion project to raise 70 ft. to P.O.B. Alfonzo Griffis 23.00 SIGN SHOPOne

eran of World War n and now a Cherry lost in downtown Jacksonvillemay : funds for developing Bradford ('ITCP L.WnKST OF RAILROAD FRED'S MARINE

City councilman, also has paid have been yours but don't Fair facilities, will be staged at E. 15 ft. of Lot <5 and E 54 ft. Mile South

the $65.16 qualifying fee. wives attending the second worry it was fully covered by: the high school stadium August of Lot 7 S. M. frown 3.00 CENTER

Wainwright has served as annual Farm and Home insurance.A 12-13. \V. 179: ft. of Lot 7 J. S. Eunice Sr. 15.50 On Keystone Highway
Lot 9
Sadie Crawford 1.50
mayOr for the past six years A Equipment Roundup at Cherry bag :containing '$21,000 inuall Legion Commander L. H. Gib- W"ir of Lot 10 A Joyce Bennett Brown 2.50 AH Temple & Pratt Starke

native of Starke, he graduatedfrom Lake 4-H Club Camp August 2-4 S: bills consigned from the, son said the Legion wanted plenty Lot S4 of 12 Lot 15 62.7J' x 65' Joyce Lizzie! Walker McGuire Est 2.50 4.50 Types Signs

Bradford High and attendedthe will get first-rate instruction In Florida Bank at Starke to Florida of local talent, and Bradford "cow- E and W 60 ft. x N and. S 133 RUBBER STAMPS made to order;

University of Florida.He an important phase of homemaking National in Jacksonville, droppedout : boys" were asked to contact Billy ft. Lot 12 Mamie Brown %.00 IF YOU NEED any yard work or daters facsimile, numberers stamps. Bradford, notary seal,
1 Lot 100/ ft. In landscaping done. See Edward County
square Cor.
resigned after eight years freezing foodstuffs for home of a foot-square hatch acci- Graham at Alvarez's Store. Lot 15 C. C. Anderson 3.00 Jones, last house on dirt road Telegraph. tf
I(I Gibson said the admission will Lot I S/D of Blk 16 street by Bid Dad Plant. 4tp 1/:'
with the Florida Road Department dently unbolted in an armored Lucille Kittles 2.50 L& PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -

and was, with the U. S. use.The roundup, sponsored by the. car. I be $1 for adults and 50 cents for Lot N 100 and ft.S E in and SW W Corner by 274 ft.of WANTED-Experienced man to sell STATE BANK KEY.
children. H & A Hospital and Life Insurance STOXE HEIGHTS, FLA, MEM.
Animals will be furn. Lot 17 S
Army..,Enjfineers for two years. Florida Agricultural Extension The money fell out of sight ex. 1J7 ft. Bertha Florence 3.50 in Bradford and Union: Coun- HER FDIC. I

Since J94ijie has been engagedin Service, will feature the-newest until Wednesday, when Jacksonville ished by E. Pardee of Palatka One ft.Lot N and 126 ft. E and W by 100 ties. W> operate in all states and
S in SE Cor. of Lot LET J. D. ODOM, JR.
started. If havea
who has help
participated 1 number you you
the automobile business and technique in handling beef pork. police arrested several ne, a 17 Bill Jenkins Est. 4.00 car and interested. Write John R\DLB Torn

in farming:! poultry and even fish,' for the' groes for theft and recovered; of successful and entertainingrodeos. cIo Eula Bell Smith Stephens, 206 Standard Bldg', Atlanta CATTLB AD HOGS
Lot 100 x 364 ft. In Lot 17 Ga. SALES -
3. 2tp 7/29
David Mack 3.50
He is a member of the Starke home freezer. In addition a number some of"the cash. \V 60 ft. of S', 94 ft. of E 120 Live Ollk Each WtcUeidarGalaerrllle

Methodist Church, a charter member of commercial firms will haveon Here's what happened: The funds are to be used in developing ft. of Lot 1$ J. H. Seymour 6.00 Each Friday
exhibits the latest Fair facilities out on 80 ft. E and W x 102 ft Nand ELECTRIC MOTORS U
and past president of the hand as S
Every Friday a Guy Marvin,,, Elk. 18 Eliza McClenton 3.00 -
Lions Club, a charter member 'of type freezing equ'ra % Inc., armored truck at the .Temple Lot 19 M. L. Crews 2.50 Rewound and Serviced
stops Gibson said that, after this year, Lot %3.\ except: N. 100 ft. Arthur Lee 4.50 FOR SALE
the Elks, a member of the Brad- From 60 to 70 prizes, rangingfrom Starke bank and pjcks up money, the rodeo will be included as a W>,4 of X 335; ft, of Lot 30 General Machine Work_ All
ford Cattlemen's Association anda home appliances to sporting: consigned for Jacksonville. It: Lot 29 J. H. Moore 5.00
part of the Lot 50 x 50 feet Work Guaranteed sonable SLAG ROCK
Bradford Fair West of Road Benjamin Finn 3.50
director in the state association, equipment, will be given persons i reaches Jacksonville after banking which is scheduled for the latter,'I S 165 ft. of Lot 32 Allen Scott 2.50 Pates

and a member and past presidentof attending. hours so the money is kept in L part of October. 1 Acre West of Rd. on S. side Excellent for Drivewaysand
of Lot
the. Bradford Farm Bureau. Tentative are laid for an I,a vault over night On J. J. Smith 3.00
plans company 1 Ac. in SE Cor of Lot 35 and 38 Parkways
He is married to the former insect exhibit: a poisonous plant t:I Saturday morning armored trucks ex. Parcel sold to Clifford RED SEAL

Katie Fugate and they have four i Starke Car DesignersTo Kelly Alfred Johnson 3.50 Per
display; a model electric fence; a make final delivery. Lot :? ELECTRIC & MACHINE $3.00 YardIn

children. water system for a farm home;:; Last week, the truck picked up Be Saluted During Lot 42 Will Jessie LeeHappy Mae Smith 3.50 3.50 SHOPF. 5 Yard Lots

Wainwright said that, if re- treat 40'\t of tobacco beds; pre a Starke bank bag containing; W Lot 1 49 Ac of Lot 43 KittIes 1:50: W. GRAUDOX Owner, Mgr.

elected he will "continue to serve emerge. weed control; humus I $15,000 in $20 bills, $5.000 in $5's,, NBC Radio, Broadcast Lot 48 and and 1/3 1/3 of of Lot Lot 46 46 .Fannie.1.V.. Robinson Stewart %2.50.50 Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 Can

the public in a sound and conscientious and cover crop valuations and 1 I and $1,000 in $l's. The money Starke brothers. Charles and Lot 50 and. 50 A Mary Kitties 2.50 BILLY JACKSON

manner." many others.A was stored in Jacksonville Friday Lot 65CITY Arthur Pearce 3.50

I, E. Clark retired railway con- in truck for the short.: Lonzo Kirkland, regional winners I OP KINDERGARTEN Registration Aug.' Phone 165
$200 water system for the night. put a 1.\\n.taOTrS 8/D 11, 12 and 13. Ira. Clyde Priest,
struction foreman has paid the the I ride to Florida National. in the 1955 Fisher Body Craftsman's Box 894. Starlt4tl'hlr /12
farm will be one of top prizes .1 Lot 2 Rosa Johnson 2.50 RADIOS REPAIRED
$30 fee for qualification as a to be given one of the persons at.. But the hatch had become un Guild model car contest, 1/3 of S 205( ft. of Lot 6. Lot 4 FOR SALE-Ford Tractor, with
candidate 'will be honored over the NBC Personal Property Tax Sara Brown 37.00 I AU Make All M4eUkle
for the Council.W. disc. S ft.
City duty double plow
tending the session. Cherry Lake bolted. Since the truck was I \v. 60 ft. of N. 110 ft. of Lot 6 James Waters %.S) heavy attach &...... ckarvea *Mraatee4CHAS.
H. (Billy) Noegel has announced coast-to-coast radio network Tues Lot 3 tandem disc, cultivating C. SHEPHERD
Camp is in Madison County. loaded with many bags of currency J. E. Wall 2.50 ments. J500.00 W. M. Harris,
; day, August 2, at 8 fJ W. Tall .*. .f.rk. PV **S
for a Council post but/ the $21,000 wasn't missed 1 p.m. Penney Farms Fla. 2tp 7/29 ------
The three-day pro\ 1m opens I The Ethel D. Reddish. City Clerk
has not yet qualified. 10 until later.C. broadcast will salute the City of Lawtey, Florida POWER MOWERS For Rt and
2 at a.mVtith
Posts to be filled September 13 Tuesday, August 1955 regional winners and an- Sale. We service what we sell.
registration. E. Hernwall of the Starke 8! UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY for men Tiny's Service Staffon, Tempi
are mayor, city clerk, chief of nounce the eight national winners BKSOLITIOV and women of ambition-Fidelity Ave. tfchg
information can b>I bank said the banking insurance who Interstate Life Insurance Company .
police and the two council seats. Additional I :I are to receive university
Agent t: system is so swift that a checl Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12, Florida Statutes, 1953 can place several more men
obtained rom County .1 Uw scholarships. The Kirkland boys I notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the Bradford and women in its A. and H. Department BULL-DOZING FILL
for $21,000 deposited t0
George Huggins or Home Demon was still are in the running for the County Board of Public Instruction on Monday August 1. 1955 to &ellltll famous White
Amusement Firm stration Agent Dorothy Ross. Starke bank's account even beforE! scholarships at the hour of 10:00 a.m. in the County Board Meeting Room of the Shield Line of Hospitalization DIRT LAND CLEARING
which'ary from Courthouse Medical-Surgical and Income Pro-
at Starke Florida for the
the local bank officials knew thE! purpose of discussing with the
$1.000 to $4,000 in value.jeweler'Saiuc. citizens of the county the proposed school budget of said county for tection Plan. Great and constant Oyster Shell Peat Humus
At EndThe I money was missing. ludg'etls year beginning July I, 1935 and ending June :0, 1956, which demand assures you top commissions -
Survey New Bradford Roads summarized as follows: and generous and steady re- Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways
newals. We train you. supply extra -
Will Be InspectedThe I. BIDCET FOR THE SIPPOIIT AND MUVTEXAVCE OP !SCHOOLS fine pre-contacted leads and
Starke Chamber of Commerce No Gambling Stamps help you every step of the way. OVID LEWIS
If 21, have a car
are over
Anticipated Rrerlpt you
was told this week that a Florida Road Department; Issued In Bradford. :: I and are willing to work. contactMr. W. Madison St. Starke

survey of a new industrial site will make its final Inspection oi A. Federal Sources 30.200.00 Lowry Room 4. 16 West University PH. S 6-W
P. State Sources Avenue, Gainesville Flor-
north of Starke would be completed I Bradford County's new secondary ESaTs: Local Sheriff C. County & District 561,662.00 Ult ..O') ida between the hours of 9 to 11

in a few days. the week of August A.M. Interviews all this week. WANTED-Graduate Nurse for
roads during
I PRESENTS Phono Franklin 21565. Itch 3 to 11 shift. Doctors
: Bradford County I Total Anticipated Receipts duty.
Paul Parker of the C. W. Par- I, County Attorney Hollis V. No residents of : PROUDLY 1 Cash balance beginningof .., 743,315.00 Hospital tfchg

ker Amusement Company had Knight said Thursday are currently holders of a fedS styling year' 10.906.00 HOUSE FOR RENT partly furnished. -
puta ,t I rBltasculint Investments $ii per mo. Rt. I, Cox 164-B. FOR SALE-Three building lots on
deposit on the 25-acre tract now Knight said this is the last:I[eral gambling stamp Sheriff P. I The UrmosC -.. ,.. 17000.00 itt Elanding Road. "4 mile from City

owned by Julia Rinicella. The site chance for Bradford County citizens -' D. Reddish reported this week. The Diamond Dial Total Available Cash and Limits. FOR RENT-Four room
SOMEONE Rem furnished cottage. Shady lawn
is on the Lawtey highway about to get any faulty construction Gov. LeRoy Collins recently ordered I Brommelby I, Receipts S12,5S3.00Propo.ed :! BARGAIN ington Quietwriter FOR Portable-Type- enclosed porches, electric kitchen.

three miles from Starke, and is corrected. I Florida sheriffs to move, Dean E\pendltnrr i.,: ... writer with Miracle Tab and car- Adults. Mrs. L. M. Clark Rt 1.
rving case. Office demonstrator. Box 440 Bessent Rd. left of
accessible to both truck and rail Knight himself has criticizedsome I' !swiftly and effectively against any 2.1. General Control 19.S25.00 $125 value. Yours for $100. Brad Call St. bridge one mile. tfchg
'' holding such a stamp. Collins BULOYA 510,216.00 fnrd Cnnntv Tpl"e-ranh. tf
person -
transportation.The of the roads as being of 3. Operation of Plant 35.000.00

amusement company plansto poor construction. said he wanted to assure no 4. Maintenance .OOO.OO. < DID YOU LOSE pair yellow gold
I ,.outbreak of illegal gambling.The Auxiliary Agencies 73,808.00 rimless eye-glasses! near Crafts
develop an amusement park "We've had many general complaints I 6.o'ixed Charges 16.300,00' men's Barracks at 'amp Bland-

equipment assembly plant em- about defective construction -.I! federal government requires 7. Veterans Schools 4.000.00 ... ing early in World War II. Octa-

ploying 60 mechanics at the outset -I but now we must have specific -'operators of lotteries or similar 4 -So 9. Capital Debt Service Outlay 42,450.00:32.923.00;:! .;, gonal not. Owner lenses,may one claim bi-focal.at Brad-other

Its headquarters are in Iowa.i complaints. gambling operations to purchasea fnrd ('oontT"I..eraph.. Stp 8/12
I Total Proposed Expenditures .
:9. U.00
Completion of the survey and I "I'd appriciate it if persons., $50 stamp annually and to pay /c-r\ Reserves, Investments and W.XTED-Are you dissatisfied 1

abstract will finish all local ac'I J with complaints will contact me a 10 per cent tax each year. 1 Balances 73,074.00S12.5S8.00 with your work Would you

tion. The next step is for Parkerto Since such gambling operationsare Total Ike a business! of your own? If
or other officials so we can cor- I / Proposed Expenditures tn. write RawlelghX Dept. F>O-
complete the purchase and start construction. federal ack-
1 chance to get anything done." stamps are virtually -

nowledging violation of the state II. BIDGET FOR DISTRICT!! IAS FL'DS: -" -- --- .- -- .. -.- -
criminal code: '. : FOR SALE-Pre-cast cement doorsteps -
ft--_ L -.-- Rerrlptus : ? made in 4 ft. and 3 ft. length!!'
Reddish said only one Bradford .; 1-" .. BIAS Complete net 4 ft 3 tread $15. 5
resident Cash balances, beginning ". ,. ft. complete 3 tr.-ad $1!. Slightly
had '
ever acquired a fed- 4.699.00 i .
of Installed.
year more Also Tile
WINEER% ELECTRIC SERVICE eral stamp, and the stamp was relinquished Taxes Asses ed.. 3.778.00 I RADIO And cuntracting estimates by request.
See M. R. Jndd. 127 Lafayette St.
a or so ",
year .
ago. Total Available Cash and : or phone 215-J. 3tp -8/12

Current Receipts <:.. 8.477.00 {
LOST-Saturday. July 2S Ford car i
,f ,'
Master MasonsDistrict < :
on ring with dnor key in
Expenditure: ,, Starke. Mr. L. G. Peet, Rt. 1. i
Melroae, Fla. 1t2 I
Commissions 393ClO.
Deputy Grand Mason :
Ben B. Rowland reminded Master 211t. 14 b eeW, II .. Payment of Bonds 7000.00 FOR R Unfurnished five room I
RADIOAND II 4s,tiM4 I.sI.I prlCisiel'" Interest on Bonds &60.09" house and bath on 617 E. 10th .
Masons this week that a dinner Ist-\181certiW _St. See Marvin next door. Itp i
meeting at the Bradford at Total Appropriations :,960' ". .
: Lodge I fpU.. wkcHUU Mi* LOW PRICES HELP WANTED-Male and Female !
,, 7 pan. July 29 will honor Roy T. -I nbinasM.M --Ills. III. BO\D CO"STRtTTIQtT: : \D: S.B.E.1 -Elg Steady Earnings for man :

Lord, Most Worshipful GrandMaster k 11III........ .-. -- Why Pay More or woman. Distribute Nationally !
TELEVISIONSales of Masons in Florida. 5wtef WN4 b..1 Rteelptss ; Advertised Watkins Products in
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20 Years Experience Starke. No experience or invest i
ZENITH 17- $250.00 Cash Balance. beginning of'f ment needed. Age no barrier. \

Evanston! T1311R 59.95 r I I year .' : S ,7:0.00 9Phone Easy to establish year 'round bus-
Bake SaleThe .. ":;-" iness' full or part time. Write
Eapeadlt.re _;,. C. R. Ruble. Dept. 1The J. R. i
When Your TV Needs Project; I. II, IV. V. &; VI S9.109.10: 427WDAY Watkins Company, Memphis 2.
Service Call 166 and Service Women of the First Presbyterian DAHMER'SStarke Cash balance, reserve 710.90 __'!enn. Itp !
will hold their regular OR NIGHT
ssssssssssJ-rss=sssrrsrsrs-rsrrts SrSSSrSSStS FOR SALE-Two 75 ft. x 300 ft.
monthly bake sale Saturday, Total appropriation and 920 Thomas St. lots on Sinclair St. See F. D.
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida Fla. cftftft. .
reserve Key A & P .
Aug. 6, in front of Barksdale's, --, at or call 1C or 25JJ.r

from 9 until noon. The millage levy to be levied on the IJJS;; assessment rolls to pro '---- -- -_ .. -- -. -'.. Itp


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