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: August 5, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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$216,874 Budget t Auto-Train Crash Takes Life

__ Gets Final Okey 4 :- School Racial Studies

By County BoardA .r __ Approved For County

whopping $21 ,873 ,
requiring- new taxation, was .,

______ Bradford formally : adapted Cojinty -.Monday Commission.by the. 1A Bradford School I I i School Board Makes Cautious Approach

The budget is 22 per cent, or Portals To Segregation Issue

$39,066, larger than last year's.: To OpenIn The Bradford
County School
The largest'inC'ea Board treading
e is in General cautiously
Fund expenditures whichare. Three WeeksBradford on a problem delicate both politically and legally, agreed this

increased from $62,893 to $88,528.: week to establish advisory committees and
conduct studies
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Road and bridge. maintenance is'' __ County Schools will regarding segregation of races in local schools.
1riC; increased from $8unl begin the fail The action took
$$73,033 to term August 29, place in a Monday meeting with
while law enforcement' activitiesare 1 according to County School Supt. atmosphere of general dislike for integration of an
calculated to'increase from Harmon P. Morgan. members races. Most

$35,876 to $38,156.. Morgan said teacher preplanning made no bones about their distaste for intecration.__ _n__.
L But the Board took the view hat
The county's, share of Health : sessions will begin August
; its back is against the wall, and School
Unit operations remains stabilized ____ 15. At this time, teachers will it must show Fathers
around the $6,000 figure. 1 layout the year ahead. progress on the

For the second time, the Board I A lengthy) freight train early Tuesday brought i First graders who are entering test problem in Bradford in the event of a court Adopt $872,588Budget

met 'as a Board of Equalizers to death to Andrew Magyari (left) of Starke, 39-.I the Star? elementary school The Board's County. ,

hear protests of tax assessments. year-old father of eight. The Southbound engine should register on Friday, Au- of four concrete action consisted For YearThe
Also for the second time one gust 19. This to separate moves:
no .i, crashed into Magyari's car door on the driver's is allow first 1. It asked
of the
appeared to protest. grade teachers to organize their
.;: side. Train crewmen reported the car appeared classes six white PTA groups in establish Bradford school system's
Although the budget was increased school opens Au-
Last Run considerably in .size, there I to be parked or stalled on the tracks with no gust 29.Pupils. ing a committee to study integration $812,588 budget was formally

will be no increase in the $ headlights on. It took rescuers 45 minutes to problems. adopted Monday, with the Coun-
.. county- 4 may be brought in
The railroad rails at Waldo' their heavy tourist traffic, he has wide 17.25 millage. The in extricate Magyarl from the car. Deputy Sheriff time during the day by the par-any I 2. It asked cooperation of an existing ty minor School Board making only ona

. were;, shining in the suns Just as made 20 trips a mont \'t Miamion creased expenditures are adequately Fate Brown, above, examines the damaged auto- ent or other responsible person.School Negro committee, also to revision.

they had ever since men decidedto the Meteor.He covered by taxes on new prop 1.. mobile. officials called atten- |study integration. The Board decided to budgetan

exploit the wilderness of South remembers when the railroad 1- erty within the county.In tion to the state law which requires -I 3. It authorized a questionnaire extra $18,000 which it intendsto

Florida. II hops were located at Wal] routine actions, the Board: beginning students to be I study of sentiment of both Ne- borrow for new school buses,

The sturdily built and heavily do. Many years ago, they were Accepted' the $120 bid of six years old before January 1,, groes and whites in the county. in an effort to get some of theschool's

creosoted depot, perched close to moved, to Wildwood. Skaggs Landscape Gardens; for Andrew Magyari! 39, Fatally Injured 1956. Children who are five now 4. It authorized a testing pro- I road. "junk" vehicles off the

the road bed like thousands of Railroad people heard about furnishing 70 Cocos Australis must have another birthday be- gram embracing every white and I

others across the nation, had not j Juntas mith's Last Run. Likesome : palms, four to five feet in size, fore January 1. Negro school student in the county -I The budget had been called

changed in over 20 years. secret brotherhood, about for beautifying the county. In I Auto-Train Crash North Of Starke First with an idea of revealing any "woefully inadequate" by County
I i graders cannot be School
registered Supt. Harmon
educational discrepancies Moran.
The 50 met between.
Silver Junius
Seaboard's Meteor, Smith at Wildwood, Agreed to move a fence and I -- -- -
unless school officials_ .. re- who referred
streaking down from the North while he was enroute back from build a bridge across a ditch near I II qeive birth ---- -- the two races. specifically to such
has been making the run since Miami, and held a 10-minute be- the property of B. C. Holtzendorf I Andrew Magyari, 39, father of''I train apparently lifted the vehicle record a certificate, Bible Actions! Necessary provisions as $1,800 for emer-

1940 or so. tween-train impromptu party Agreed to see that the culvert ,eight children, was fatally injured -../-instead of dragging itsinceit or other reasonable proofof Board members generally agreed gencies and $5,000 for mainten-

And the blue-suited conductor with Ass't Seaboard Supt. S. F. in front of the Jack Parker home, early Tuesday momingwhen was severely damaged but not age. with County School Supt. Harmon ance.Last
his car was struck by a mangled. So the parents of beginning P. Morgan that year's budget contained
pacing the tracks, ready to climb O'Steen officiating. damaged by road contractors is the actions are
aboard for a day's work, and impatiently Bade in 1927 or so, Junius repaired. southbound Seaboard freight train Magyari, who was engaged in pupils can get acquainted with necessary so the county will have $6,000 for emergencies and $13,000

glancing at his pocket Smith moved to the country town Agreed to replace a culvert in just north of'Starke. the well drilling business with his the school system and teachers, 'something to chow if its good in- I for maintenance.But .

watch, looked liked any other of Starke. And, since time'weighs 1 front of the 1 Lester Johns home. The crash occurred at 2:30 a. m.on brother, John, of Starke, had recently the faculty and cafeteria manager tentions are questioned in a court explained Morgan, these
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a crossing back of Joe's Grillon installed a well and Sarah Hunter will hold an "openhouse" items could not be increased because
rauroaa man sweating out his j heavy between runs, he borrowed At the request of Mrs. Dick test.The
train. $200 from Tom Griffin and bought Ellington, agreed to grade a short U. S. Highway 301. Magyar pasture land belonging to Ho- during the August 19 Board's problem stems other school costs were fixed
But into died five hours later in the Ala- gan Smith. Members of the family registration. from last by law or state regulation and
this scene-last Fridaywas the dry cleaning business. It( piece of road just off Highway year's edict from the U.
a red letter day. Junius consisted mostly of a tub of gasoline 301 north of Starke. chua General Hospital at Gaines- speculated that he had gone to Morgan said all teaching jobs S. Supreme Court, which struck could not be reduced.

Smith was making his Last Run. in the back and two 20- ville.The the site in the early morning have been filled. And all instruc- down the "separate but equal" The budget's adoption means

In 1912, at the age of 22, the pound irons. crew of train number 99, hours to inspect the new pump's tional personnel will receive the doctrine it had established in the there will be no increase in school

Gainesville youth secured a cleri He has a letter from Supt. I L Utility Details which had 144 cars, reported the operation.He annual $200 salary increase voted 1890's. taxes. In fact, the tax in the

cal'job with the Seaboard in Wal C. Bates of the Seaboard's North car was not moving and appearedto had resided in Starke for by the 1955 Legislature. The Court said it is not suffi- Brooker district was reduced from
do. Polished Off be stalled the the 30 For the fall session, :Morgan expects cient four to two mills because the
The railroad has just converted Florida Division. It says something By parked or on past years. I that Negroes have equal facilities bonded
Its wood burners to coaL like this: "On behalf of the tracks. They did not detect headlights Funeral Services were held at the. .$525,000, in new facilitiesincluding Delvin intn n'.hnIM.... indebtness is nearly re
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Now Junius Smith was making management and for the writer City Council on the vehicle. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thurs the new RJE building a new factor in the field of"V'V6.1'cegre- paid.In

his Last Run, from Waldo to Mi- personally I want to extend sincere Unable to stop, the engine hit: day afternoon, with Robert Haist-' and wide expansion in the gation litigation, it said separate other actions the Board:

>4<**r1iml and'return. appreciation for the excellent Details revolving around the the car'at. about 40 miles per hour. eh. officiating. Burial was. in the for Starke white school -to be ready facilities may adversely affect the Agreed rebuilt-to purchase for $1,500a
He had shifted 'Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown said I family plot at Crosby Lake Ceme use. seven-foot Steinway
quickly from record you have built and City of Starke's $750,000 : outlook of Negro students, I
utility The grand
new construction piano for the
clerical work to rolling stock. He the friends the vehicle was moved 900 feet: was financed thereby new music
have made for discriminating
you expansion were'polished off the tery.Besides against:
was promoted to conductor in, this company over a period of by I down the track. his brother, he is survived with a bond issue under I them. building. Also agreed to purchase
City Council
Tuesday night. "Amendment for $795
1920. During 43 years he had many years." Councilmen learned there's Don Bagwell of the Jones Funeral by his wife, Margaret Bennett One. Morgan said In one fell swoop, the Supreme I a smaller Baldwin piano,
still the new, for the
traveled I Home said Magyari suffered I Magyari four daughters, county is entitled to float new cafetorium.
umpteen thousands of Junius Smith never hurt ; Court overturned
was chance
a the City may pick up another $75,000 under the segregation practices !' Decided to check into
miles and I fractures of I Shirley, Linda, Barbara and San- amend- reports
never, in the line of on the railroad, although he hada some power plant equipment at ,compound an arm I ment. in 17 Southern states. It: that termites
duty, journeyed north of Jacksonville few narrow escapes. Once, down bargain counter rates. 'and leg, severe head cuts, and I i dra Magyari, all of Starke; four asked Southern states to submit I invasion are making another
probable serious internal injuries sons, Paul, who is stationed with county has applied for the j of Bradford High build
nor west of the Suwannee in Auburndale around 1931 their ideas
or so, Two weeks ago, the City $75,000 bond issue on when and how segre ing.
River. it appeared the engine was over cit refused to authorize a CounT max- were no other passengers. the Army at Ft. Jackson, S. C., I.struction of to finance con- gation is to be abolished.
The Silver Meteor, the Sea- turning. Smith stayed with the imum The train was delayed 45 minutes Bobby, Frederick and Glen :Mag- a new classroom wing Florida Brief
$10,000 bid for a for the Starke
board's crack speeder, slowed reluctantly train, but other personnel jumped ,damaged power unit at New partly Bern, 1 the length of time it tookto yari of Starke. Surviving also are .The unit will elementary school. One of the most outstanding Cattlemen-Farm Units

to a brief stop in Wal over a ditch so wide they had .N. C. The damaged unit is a twin I free Magyari's arm from under his father, John Magyari of Starke. struct. take a year to con- briefs was filed by Florida Atty. Will Meet In Brooker
do. Junius t t the dashboard. two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Os-
Smith hefted himself to wade-not jump-back over. to the five units already Gen. Richard W. Ervin. who re
aboard and waved farewell as he He remembers when Starke wasfull I by Starke from New Bern purchased The car. a 1950 Hudson, was borne of Chicago and Mrs. Annie I luctantly accepted the Court's decision I A joint meeting of the Bradford

started his Last Run. of old-time railroaders. Now I for 175000. truck at the driver's door. The Hardentrook of Starke. I Football Practice_ ___.. I _. ?hilt?v -otmifi.....(..*. *iui.- (/1'ij .nine!_ fltia. [[County Cattlemen's! -A"AAI'I-----_tinn'V. _

He was conductor on the first he recalls only Ike Williamson City Councilmen Billy Jackson Opens At BradfordBradford ((2) local administration. When it 'land the Farm Bureau, to discuss
Seaboard passenger train to run and L. S. Hutto. and made final [feed ingredients
j George Kopelousos said the a finding, the Court I will be held tonight
into Miami That was in 1926. He The Last Run means that quipment would be worth much No Protest Heard As Starts High School football virtually agreed with Ervin and (Friday) at the Brooker

had served 43 years except fora Junius Smith has "retired." The I more than $10.000 for the spare City practice will start Monday, Au- set no definite date for integra 'I I school cafeteria.

six year leave because of ill- word is used advisedly because I parts alone. But other councilmen gust 15, Coach Leonard Register tion.Ervin County Agent George Huggins

ness.He he plans active management of disagreed. announced this week. backed with a $10,000 said a fried chicken dinner

put in plenty of time on his dry cleaning and laundry firm City Clerk Carl Johns said Tues- To Break Five-Year Ban On TaxesThe Register said practice would be study of the problem, argued that [will be served at 7:30 p. m. by

Peggy Starke's own claim to in Starke. (lay that New Bern received only held each day from 8 to 10 a. m.. immediate integration would lead i the Brooker P-TA for $1 a plate.

railroad fame, which used to run But there'll never be another a "junk" $2.000 bid on the equip- Starke City Council, preparing to slap on a City ad ,and from 3 to 5 p. m. I II (Continued on Page Eight) I The feed discussion will follow

to goes the only Suwannee ag far River as Bell.but And now, day like last Friday. That was the] nent and now plans to negotiate ralorum tax for the first time in five years, this week received in the Brooker school auditorium.

he sale. Officials promised noto not single protest of i its $3,726,626 tax roll
months with Last a
during the Run. ,
t; Councilmen sell without consultin Starke.I But the Council won't gel; around to breaking the sad Funds Held Up Until School I

Minor Fire Hits Complaints InvitedAs I purchase could be indicated made for if$5,000or the news about the tax rate or mil lage until later. Repaired. -

Engineers Check less, the City would save money City Clerk Carl Johns Long, A. L. Crosby Jr., S. G. I Members of the Bradford Coun-, by Goin were the large front job although it has
Florida TheatreA by ed the tax millage can't eXPlain-I 'ty School Board made a first- steps of the He taken much
stocking gym.
up on an extra tur- Denmark and Mrs. Ruth Broad- they supervision."
Bradford RoadwaysAnother tocharger:: governor, switchboardand I until the Council adopts a hand tour Monday of the $300,000 were not level and probably would Board
minor fire. in the Florida similar items.Meanwhile for the fiscal year starting October fin new facilities at the Starke have to be tore down and replaced. members indicated satisfaction

Theatre's projection booth emptiedthe inviSution for complaints the Council forged I' 1. Only when anticipated expenditures In other actions, the Council:(school and decided to "sit on" But, he said, the contractor which such phases as

theatre of some 75 patrons of faulty secondary road ahead with other details neces- I are kno11.can. the Agreed t0 run sewer lines if I$20,000 owed the contractor until should be given an opportunity to plumbing, electircal wiring and

Monday afternoon. construction in Bradford Countywas I sary for the power plant I Council affix a tax rate. I possible, and water lines to the minor irregularities are ironed out. grind them down with the possi- heating in the new structures.

Flames were confined to the issued this week by H. A.i sion now in progress. expan- But there will be a tax rate Temple Avenue area being developed Making the tour with the Board bility of making them acceptable. ly But most members, particular

(Buddy) Bishop Jr., chairman of: I because of increased demands for as a fair ground by the were Gainesville architects San- Goin found these other Dan Starling, expressed con
projection equipment, although It agreed to hire, at $35 : tinued
the a day dissatisfaction
County Commission. services, and Starke property owners American Legion. Request made ford Goin and Jack Moore and 1. South door of the with the
smoke poured from the booth. 'This is the last chance for any I' plus transportation Robert A. actually are divvying up right by Legion Commander Larry Gib- resident architect Frank George. replaced. gym shouldbe mortar work.

Projectionist Wesley Thomas person with a complaint to get vise Brydon of Jacksonville to super- now, since the tax will be collected son, who said the facilities would At the conclusion of the tour, 2. East door of the music build- I And, while there have been difficulties .
said a film splice became caught I effective action," said Bishop. "I from New transfer of machinery on the 1955 calender year. be:: needed when the fair openedin I|Goin recommended the Board request ing should be replaced I during the constructionperiod.
wish anyone with complaints would [don's to Starke. Bry- Actually, only $2,104,720 of the October. the State Department of 3. More fill and grading needed I School Supt. Harmon P.
tell one the references were closely tax As- Education make its formal in- /Morgan reminded the Board that
of County
Interrupted MelodyFire county commis- checked and he roll-prepared by Agreed with City Clerk'Johns "around both gym and music I Gossett-Parker
was highly
I sioners." mended recom- sessor Gene Longis taxable.. that some merchants are welch- spection, which is necessary be- building. was low bidder on

in the projection booth I Two Road Department Engine- as a power plant specialist. This consists of $1,446,530 non-: ing a bit on the City occupa- fore the buildings can be turned, "I don't mean to imply the projects by 30000.
Councilmen you At the
Monday interrupted the movie I ers, Jim Brewer of Lake City and indicated he would exempt property along with $658- tional licenses, which are $10 for over to the county. didn't get your money's worth," [ school, the Jacksonville .
the I firm
showing in the Florida Theatre. i.Horton I Buchan of Tallahassee, go on payroll when it was determined 190 in personal property. first $2,000 in merchandise and $1 But he told the Board not to |said Goin. "You have good serviceable 1,000 seat has constructed a
''made I tentative contractors are ready Totally exempt is $1,621,905. It for each additional : I relinquish the remaining $20,000 gymnasium costing
The film on the screen was a inspection of I to move the 1000. Coun-l,, I I buildings. It probably $120,000.
"Interrupted Melody." the roads last Friday. They made I! machinery. Bids formoving I consists of homesteads and prop- 'jcil' authorized a study'of a more it owes the Gossett and Parker won't cost the contractor over ium a 350-capacity cafetor
I II the equipment will be I equitable Construction Co. of Jacksonville $500 to I. costing $50,000, an eight-
I a three-hour tour of the roads / licensing system. I 1 j make the minor revisions. classroom
;opened August 12. I.until the work is I'I addition for 280 students -
along with County Atty. Hollis 1 I _. II, Agreed to meet at 8 n. m. AH.I finished up. 1 feel you have gotten pretty
in costing $95,000
the interior of the machine, the In still another action_ th,. : One of the items found and a modern
V. good results.
Knight. Two ? I gust 15 You
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film.became overheated and caught Council agreed to call for bids on building for 35000.
on fire.Gene. | But said Knight, a much more registration books in preparation
20,000 pounds of copper wire for ; Starke J. R. Wainwright .
thorough I Mayor for the City election.
inspection will be made
Raynor, relief the plant expansion. and Councilman ,' -.2-; .- .
manager City
later, -' :
probably next week. The I Decided to investigate :
while manager Ira Harris is on I Jackson, both candidates purchaseof r
,inspection planned for this week land t :;.;
parcel adjacent to -
vacation, asked the City 4
patrons to the in
I did not mature. Legion Promises I seeking mayor's post Hall for purpose of future :
leave the ex
building .
as a safety the September 13 election,
Knight said some of the road- pansion. The land is .
measure. He said the exit was I \\ere a bit late for Council I currently
orderly and beds were washed out, and work- Good Bronc Show owned by Circuit Judge George j;;
no one was injured. I meeting Tuesday night.
men are to stabilize them to! (Patten. Suggestion to purchase -
Damage limited I Councilman George Kope- 4'if
was to the ,
avoid washing. One of the ma- : jwas made by Mayor J. R. VVain-I ''-
An -
i amateur
projection equipment. The fire i bucking bronc lousos, something of a wag I
jor fault, said Knight, is within I wright. -;
put one machine out of order I program with plenty of spills, f when it comes to politics, asked 1 !
temporarily, but it was repaired the city limits of Starke. where thrills and chills is promised by "Where are the two mayors Agreed to investigate possibility .""

before the day was out. The film adequate right of way was not I I the Starke American Legion,.I ?" of purchasing the site of Jesse

was destroyed.The furnished for sufficient ditch j which is sponsoring a rodeo in the Newsome's Auto Body Works I.v4 I.

Fire Department was called slope and drainage. high school stadium August 12- which was burned out, for erection
but Ass'L Chief Claude Pickett The roads under inspection were 13. erty belonging to widows and the ''of a City workshop.

said there was little to be done built with a $1,000,000bondissue E. Pardee of Palatka who is I disabled. Agreed to furnish an Independent -

except clear the building of fumes. which is to be repaid by the surplus furnishing animals and equipment I The Council decided that City Oil Co. service station on L'

gasoline tax accuring to for the event, expects par Hall doesn't provide adequate North Temple with water and .
Radio Station Opens Bradford County. ticipation by:: 50 head of live- space for voting on election day, electricity, with the service station ---- E:: -p"IJ! ."" t::.,

stock and 100 amateur contest- so the adjacent Fire Station was to share cost of water pipe. School Board members and architects both Architect
Contractor for most of the work Frank George (
Morning Devotionals ants from Bradford and Alachua established as the polling place agreed corrective right) explains ceiling
Agreed to measures
cut a tree near the are necessary to construction in Bradford
was Burton-Walker ConstructionCo. counties. the 13 election. High's new
during September music
Radio station I home of Mrs. Archibald Johns. level the front steps of Bradford High's new building in
WDVH is Starke to
inaug- of Plant City.Children's The School Board
rodeo will start each nightat Johns said the Fire Departmenthad $120,000 Chairman
urating a series Agreed to erect tower gymnasium, with contractor Gossett J.
of morning devotionals -i help a E. Brown as the School
8 p. m. It is expected to extend agreed to station its rolling and Board inspected the
conducted by Rev. LewisD. i donated by the Seaboard Rail- Parker Co. of Jacksonville required to do new structure
CommitteeThe over a two hour period. equipment outside the building Monday. Architects found
Haines Church pastor of the First I Admission will be $1 for adults while voting is in progress. But, way, near the school for civil defense the work. Inspecting the steps, left to right, small details needing correcting in the $35,000 only
Baptist in
Starke. are architects
I Bradford County Children's and 50 cents for children. Legion as usual the ballots will be counted purposes. Frank George and Jack Moore of structure. which is part of Starke's
The new program will be heard Committee will hold its luncheon in Gainesville, County School $300,000 in
I% Commander Larry Gibson said I City HalL Postponed a proposal by Maur- Sapt. Harmon P. new school construction.
each morning Monday through I meeting Tuesday, August 9 at funds cleared by the rodeo will To run the election the Board ice Edwards to engineer street Morgan, architect Sanford Gon of Gainsville include Other new facilities
Friday, from 7:15: to 7:30 over noon in the Methodist Recreation a gym, cafetorium, classrooms and of-
WDVH ((930)). I I be used solely for developing picked the same "poll holders"as paving for a 10 per cent fee of and School Board members Dan Starling and fices, all to be used for the first
Hall. Fair facilities on Temple Avenue last )'ear-T. C. Hazen, Telfair the estimated $50,000 cost. J II. A. Lawson. tIme this fall
opens August 29.

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IB Circuit t.>rt. Bradford C..t,.. 1355. PAGE TWO 1 i
FRIDA.U'GrST 5, 1953 !
Florida t la Cka.c editorialPure Miner Peyton Roberson Plaintiff As Clerk of said Court
Farmer's DiaryBy vs. Annie Laura Wilson Roberson, By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk You are hereby notifies that a :22!: day of August. 1>55: (
Defendant. Case Xo. 10-10SJ Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Eullding. Suit for divorce and custody or otherwise the allegations of said
Order Of PabllmtloB And Notice To Jacksonville Florida. minor children has been filed Complaint will be taken as confessed .
Sam McGarveytry Appear; State Of Florida Tel Attrs. for Pl!. 4115.U. J/5 against you in the above named by you. :
Annie Laura Wilson Roberson. Court and cause and you are required This notice shall be publlshelonce I
to serve a copy of your answer each week for four consecutive
whose residence and: address is NOTICE TOPPER
Waters Of Government son or pleading to the complainton weeks in the Bradford: County Tele- .
to start running things. Ros- ; Oak Street Eastman Georgia.You la Circuit Court Bradford County, the Plaintiffs Attorney graph.
coe went over to a corner of the August are 15, 1955.required In the to above appear named on Florida: la hanrcrf. Wm. D. Morgan, 581 Clark Build- Dated this 16 day of July 1933.
Clayton J. Hollenbeck. Plaintiff. "S. ingJacksonville,
barnyard and shook his head as Court Slid cause wherein plaintiff Helen G. Hollenbeck, Defendant.Case Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
Polluted By Self InterestA seeks divorce. and file the original In the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court t
if to say: "Don't those ladies Bradiora county Telegraph shall X.tlc To AppearTo No. ld-10-92 before the Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk ;I
know I'm a rooster!" publish this Order in next: four : Helen G Hollenbei-k. whose 7 J! 4t S 12
former State Senator from Live Oak tells weekly Issues. residence and address is' 903 Vanderver 1
heard in Witness my hand and official seal Avenue Wilmington Dela-
one of the strangest true stories Been working at the straw- at Starke. Florida this July 13. ware.

many a day.It berry runner patch this week I

seems that businessmen took stock one day .-'AW and it is a real job with the soil t,
and noted that much of the town's population so wet that it is hard to hoe. and
particularly Negroes was squandering its pay Rain rain and more rain. As the weeds growing all the time.
someone said in Lawtey the other Used the wheel hoe to get mostof
every Sat'day on two popular pastimes, drinking day, someone must have forgot to the ....weeds but in the row it LIw LAZj

shine and playing lotteries. turn off the rainmaking machine.We is another matter. __:
They decided it would benefit the communitymost understand that the genera- 1 1955

if the money went into legitimate trade tors are turned off now and it'll After trying both ways it BIG OVEN ALl.PORCELAII

thereby bolstering the local economy and properly be all right with us if they leave looks to us that it is about as '

providing shoes overalls, grits and bacon for the them that way for a long time. fast to pull the weeds by hand

populace. It was a laudable combination of self- Just one more big "toadstrangling" as it is to try to hoe them out. RANGE
rain right now and we'llhave Some of the grass and weeds are
interest and public service.
to use our irrigation sys- right up in with the plants and
So the citizens banded together, drove the old tem to pump the water back into there it is a matter of bend down

sheriff out of office and put in a reform candi- the ground.s and pick out around the plant, or

date who vowed to clean up the town. It was a you'll have it to do over again

highly successful drive. However with the wet weatherour later. The plants that have been

The new sheriff took his job seriously. With sweet potato planting has cleaned out and fertilized with

out ado he threw moonshiners and bolita peddlersinto got off to a good start and thatis bonemeal are starting to look
decided improvement over
the clink. The lid was on, to use an under- good. I
last year when the vines just sat t fl
world term and crime ceased to flourish. f
; for months and did nothing. We Still feeding Slugger the steer
Then the businessmen took a second look. made high beds and it is a good in the barnyard trying to fatten ie ORYTLy

Streets were virtually bare on Sat'day. And thing we did; now we're think- him. Give him a big load of corn __

down at the bus station were lines of tenant ing of working some more soil stalks every day along with some :

farmers boarding buses for adjacent towns, where up just as soon as it gets dry shelled corn and some cottonseed I __ .

they could get shine and bolita. enough to work.. meal. He looks good but whata t ._
And. after getting likkered and happy they job it is trying to keep his big
We're digging a few peanuts filled!
and baconn belly
were buying their shoes overalls, grits these days-just a few hills to .

: other towns. to eat. We
get some dug a cou-
One thing we've.noticed as
The businessmen reacted immediately. They ple of quarts of them the other
around to various farms in
threw out the new sheriff and re-elected the old day shelled them and Alice fried the county is that each farmer
them in with butter. I
a pan some
seems to have his own particularhoe I
one.We this because it demonstrates an When salted the peanuts were
liked story to suit him. We've seen just ,
old theory of ours that people after all, do not just able.about the best eating imagin- about every kind you can imagineso ?z. ,

want good government.Oh S e far. i

we know they profess otherwise. Good After six years of raising chickens When visiting a neighbors soy z-TY -
ideal is bean field which has lots of cof-
government, as a theory or lofty some- we've decided to adopt the LIMItED I I
and seeks. fee weed growing in it, we were .' _
thing everyone praises old-fashioned method of keepinga
But what happens when the chips!' are down? flock of hens and let them steala the talking doggone about weed.some way Maybe to utilize that's v 4 MODEL QUANTITYFailSafe I

We get mad at the man who doesn't put Aunt nest and raise some "biddies." the answer, but then we supposeif HC.7 I i I II
hot when That way we won't get so many
Susie on the payroll. Our blood gets we did find a good use for it,
eggs but at least it won't costus Alarm Counterbalanced Lid
the dogcatcher picks .up our untagged canine. so much for feed as chickenscan perversely the stuff would quit System I I I '

We see red when utilities are cut off for non- find a good part of their growing so well. Positive Action Latch a Removable Baskets

payment. Our Irish is aroused when the super needs around the farm. It may m Selective Temperature Control .. I'Ie

highway misses our front doorsteps. We finagle not be as efficient a way to pro- Seems to us that quite a few v

around with politics to get government contracts.It's duce eggs but often those effi- people in farming are going to : l ;Jrf I irit: tQ( {; t q I fJi.G1frI EZfR L-__:

sort of like the newspaper business. Everyone cient ways run into an awful lot have trouble getting into Heaven.

but everyone, wants a bold and aggressive of cost. S We mean that just about everyone Plenty of Freezer SuppliesMCGRIF '
of us exaggerates the numberof
Come in Today
which reports the truth fearlessly.We .
newspaper So, inasmuch as we have some eggs his chickens are laying
scandals bared full discussion of meet-
want old hens and no rooster (a very or quarts of milk his pet cow is
ings and business affairs. We want a free press necessary adjunct to the hen- giving and does it without mean- G. I. We Service What We Sell

with free access to information.That biddie project) we went over to ing to. But when someone asks:
is. we want it until brother Willie is Mr. and Mrs. McConnell who "How are you chickens laying?"

picked up for drunken driving. We want it untilwe live west of Lawtey and boughta it's awful hard to tell the truth GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor. G. J L MCGRIFFGENERAL

sell property and don't care to reveal the fine young red rooster whichwe and say that you're only gettingtwo
Call and Walnut Sts. Phone 229 Starke Fla.
named Roscoe. Well the first a day. much easier to say, ,
price. We want it until we publicly protest our thing that happened to Roscoe is carelessly: "Oh, we're getting We Service Everything We Sell ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.
assessment. We want it until a squabble
tax that the old hens beat the stuff- about half a dozen a day." But if
Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229Important
splits our church down the middle.In ing out of him. Apparently they all farmers are kept out of

short, folks want good government and told him that they had been get- Heaven for that reason there's
.. ,_. ,
without '- --- "' -- .
home. -
a fearless press until it comes close to ting along quite well sure going to be a lot of them in ---- --- -

Then efficient government and fearless news him and that he had better not the other place! !

paper become tyrants out to steal our worldly VyVVVVVVVVUVVVUYVVVVLONG part of May until the last two

goods and rob our families of reputation.The weeks so feel I am forgiven for

answer? We don't know. We suspect it BRANCHby falling down on the job.

is found in the teaching of the Man 2.000 years

ago whose primary message as we know it Mrs. i. U StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA trVYYf..................

was the drowning of self interest.

Until that great message i is fully absorbed, we PINE LEVELby e ;_::9: :; :

pity the poor honest office holder. His public, We learn with sorrow that Tim /1 _-:.:-'__.
like Dr. Jekle and Mr. Hyde, has two very differ- Blackburn suffered a severe :Mrs. II. :M. :McKueJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. vM ti 1

ent faces. heart attack Saturday night and ., "
We don't believe the situation is hopeless. But. is hospitalized in Jacksonville.We .
wish him a speedy recovery.Mrs. Rev. Bill Kingston of Jackson-
as a temporary measure we prescribe two aspirin Walter Lang of Tampa ville brought the message at Pine

a large glass of water, and constant practice at returned home Tuesday after a Level Baptist Church. He and his

fence straddling visit in Long Branch during the family were dinner guests of Rev.

illness of her mother, Mrs. J. L. and Mrs. Hall.
Strickland. Mrs. Mildred Ayers We were glad to have with us
Eat Thy Bread With Joy. also was in Long Branch during at church Sunday Mrs. Sarah

Mrs. Strickland's illness but she Evans of Plant City and Mr. and
hand findeth to do do it Mrs. 0.4 X wr
"Whatsoever thy returned to Newport News Va., Lavon Alvarez and daughter M1 ry iI

with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, after learning her husband was Susan of Orlando.

nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest." ill with a stomach disorder. Mrs. W. C. Conner and daughter -

These words are from Ecclesiastes ninth Others visiting Mrs. Stricklandwere Yvonne and Miss Goldie ,

chapter. They were quoted Monday in the rather two sons Irving E. Fieldsof Thomas of Brooker spent part of w s I
last week at St. Augustine Beach.
incongruous surroundings of a *6'niewn"at' drab Hopewell Va., and Lacy Fieldsof
Hampton, Va., and a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were thought to keep in mind:
Courthouse room with cracking plaster. :Mrs. Burlie Lioutza of Fayetteville visiting Mrs. Groover Moore and
Reading the scripture was L. T. Johns, Hampton N. C. son Buford, at Brooker Monday.Mr.
railroad man. It was followed by a prayer The, ladies adult class at Long and Mrs. V. E. Thornton I There's no need to worry about stalling in hot-weather traffic; no'c
of Starke were dinner guests Mr. and need to worry about balky hot-engine starting! Just fill up at your r
offered by H. A. Lawson, operator a Branch Church Sunday had 20 of
Mrs. Clinton Eves at Heilbronn Gulf station with New Super-Refined Gulf No-Nox-the gasoline
meat business.It present the largest number for
that's made with control to vapor-lock. And
Springs Sunday.Mrs. evaporation prevent
seem a peculiar to a meetingof quite some time. There were 70
may way open
A. J. with New HLD. Select,the
Fender and children always protect your engine Gulfpride
at School. The
present Sunday
the Bradford County School Board. That is.
were recent visitors of :Mrs. JohnForsyth I motor oil that controls carbon.
it may seem peculiar to city folk who have lost message during the morning wor- at Heilbronn and Mrs.Fender's .
based the second
ship on
the humbleness that with rural life.
goes brother
and sister-in-law,
coming of Christ, with text from
But to us, it seems wonderfully appropriateto the 25th chapter of Matthew. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Batten at

open a meeting with acknowledgment of a There also was a fellowship meet- Starke. B a
Supreme Being. Because School Board members ing after service. Dinner guests of the A. J. Fen-

hold the and of The Maxville church ders Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. New Gulf MOX Gasoline :
growth development our :youth is havinga Earl Goodman of Starke and Mr. delivers not just the highest octane but
in their hands it is not unusual that they feel training Sunday
the burden too heavy for human hands alone. School work this ....week and Long and Mrs. L. Jordon of Columbus.
Ga. An afternoon visitor
We do not interpret this to mean all of the Branch. members are participating. Fender's brother. C. W.was Battenof Mrs. "" il "il 1t

School Board's actions are divinely inspired and Several have insisted that this Hampton. full working octane :

above criticism. The members are subject to old hunter hurry and get well so Mr. and Mrs. George McRae of _

the same human frailties as the rest of us. In she can go skunk hunting again. Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. M. J.

short, we are not flawless and a bad policy decision She isn't interested much in the McRae of Starke were visitingthe because it's super-refined to burn clean :
H. M. McRaes
on Tuesday ,
could conceivably follow on the heels of a skunks anymore she has learned
afternoon of last week. I
Scripture reading. that there are. a few armadillo SS .
. .. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and \ t
around matter how more complete engine protection
parading has GASOLINE,no high
the here one ; I
At time the sets
tone for
Scripture a been son, Gerald Mrs. B. M. Myrickand k k NO l
the meeting. It sets forth the School Board's visiting the husband's garden children of Plant City and octane,will let your engine .extra gas mileage in short-trip I
so she is going off on another
intentions of doing good, to the best of its ability.So hunt some of these nights when Mrs. Robert Myrick and childrenof DIRTY BURNINC NEW Cut! delher full power performance- stop-and-go driving I
while we question the policy decisions Starke were dinner guests of TAIL-END \-' IIO-NOX mileaftermile-unlessitburnsclean.
may she can get up pep enough to freedom from lock, engine
we certainly cannot question the motives. chase the new animal. the H. M. McRaes Friday of last That's why it pays to always use'stumbling and stalling I

The Scripture reading comes like a cool breezeon Monday morning when this week. See what a difference Gulf super-refiniag makes.new NO-NOX. Gulf NO-NOX is the I

a hot day. After a meeting paced by the Nimrod came on the back porch Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Clyde visitors Hughey at Pine of I Gulf takes out the "dirty-burning tail-end" of clean-burning fuel that gives you no knCCk.DO: pre'Ignitio0-even in
Scriptures the School Board members can follow first thing there was a full grown Level and Starke Sunday.In I gasoline-at the refinery-to bring you new cleanfull working octane day in,day out. today's high-compression engines II

Ecclesiastes' instructions of "Go thy way, eat thy rabbit in the garden and the man burning Gulf NO-NOX. In addition, you get .
of the house didn't see Mr.-Rabbit! iy
bread with joy, and drink thy wine with a merry The Nimrod of the family saw the The Circuit Court Eighth Ja- - - - - - - :. ': -
heart; for God now accepteth thy works." rabbit, dashed back into the dtrial Clr sit .( Florida la Aid "
house (at a snails pace!) grabbedthe For Bralfo.d IX CHANCERY royntr.No. 10-1105 I Now! For the ultimate in working: octane performance always use Gulf's 7 I

We racked our brains for a solution to theLegislature's gun rushed back as fast as Margaret Van Dever '' Ii
lengthening reapportionment wrangle she could hunted the rabbit out vs. Plaintiff. B v super-refined gas-oil team...New Gulf NoNox Gasoline andNew6ulfpiideH.D.SelectMotorOil

and finally hit on a solution. Move the from the dead grass shot where Earl Van Dever Defendant. e

legislators to open-sided tents in the Evergladesand she saw the rabbit hide and NOTICE TO DEFENDTo i G F i iI
wounded the rabbit. She wasn'table : Earl Van Dever. whose address sf.
let the mosquitoes have a voice in the adjournment and place residence is un- I
to go and hunt the big game known.
date. and it got away and no one else You are hereby notified that a The only motor oil super-refined Assures lower oil consumption
t -'._ ."-"'. Ti 'I 1...Taiaitia.iaii>,iiimiilir............., J ....>""uhi..._.a>jtj| was industrious enough to go and suit for divorce has been filed by the Alchlor Process for mod- I
against you in the above entitled
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. hunt the thing! cause; and you are hereby required g ., ern high-compression engines. Provides the toughest protectivefilm II
to file Answer with the Cleric in motor oil
your ever developed a -
Anyway, that rabbit knows '
1870 of this Court and to serve a copy Controls carbon y II
E. L. MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR there is some one here who can thereof upon Plaintiff's Attorney,
K Combats c4Toth! acids, f'JSt'ahble: in 3 gra'des -SAE
Samuel V. Holch. 409-A Main St.
make a big noise even if they do
Daytona Beach. Florida not later an-1 dz7bits lOW, SAE O/10W, SAE 30. I
OLDEST WEEKLY NEW$- fail to shoot where they want to! than the list day of August. 1955.If .
tJ'FLORIDA" CONTINOUSLY We are glad to be able to write confesso you fail will be to entered do so. against decree you pro L... '-5'A III 11tQ .. ... e/r w --- _Y .1. 4r ... ...IF.

some nonsense again this week.It for the relief demanded in the Bill
THE SAME MASTHEAD. seems our readers enjoy my of Complaint.
Witness my hand and seal of said F.r REGISTER & SON ... DISTRIBUTORSPhone
big hunts the rabbit did this Court this :* day of July U55.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES hunting. I had nothing to do withit (OFFICIAL SEAL)
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS t.73 Charles A. Darby.
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY. AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS Hope to be able to hold up my Clerk Circuit Court
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARK FLORIDA. UNDER correspondence in the future.Have Bradford County FloridaBy 155 Starke Florida
Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,
ACT OF MARCH 3. 1171.
THE been in bed since the latter
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rrnr.rn.n..r.Ym..m Sunday to visit Mrs. Roberts' River was visiting Miss Gayle I

uncle, Horace Stokes, who suffered Moore several days of last week.

HAMPTONBy a heart attack recently. Recent visitors at the home Smart
Pound A&P'eONR
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Toles, Miss Lawtey ry Df Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green shoppers swarming
Carolyn Toles, and Miss Sara Here Mr. Green's sisters, Miss
Sirs. D. E. 11111LkAAAAkAAAAAAAAAkAAAAkA Rucker returned last weekend to Mige Green of Madison and Mrs.

Rome, Ga., after visiting in School tfarylene Ferguson and son of
Hampton with the Marvin Failes. Chipley.Mr. .
Mrs. Albert Birt and childrenof
and Mrs. James
St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Hat. Visiting with Mrs. Louise Cracks t. Starke attended services Starlingof at ;
tie Lane of Tampa are visiting Manier and her son Charles this the First
Baptist Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs Ira Lester and week is Gordon Schock from
morning were dinner guestsof
other relatives in Hampton for Canada.Mr. Are No w Mr. __
g. Starling's parents, Mr. and -- -= -
several! weeks. and Mrs. Leon Campbell of Mrs. Joseph Starling. c
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade Largo visited the J. J. Branneqs I Miss Arthurine Blanchard of I
and Mrs. T. F. Brown in Hampton ONR OWN
moved Mrs. Juanell Slade and Hazard Jacksonville spent the weekend BLEND ,

children from Douglas Ga., to Monday and Tuesday. with her father, Mr. A. M Blan- 1
Hampton last weekend.- Mrs. Miss Emma Hicks of Plant JJ: chard and sister, Miss Enza. I

Slade is living with Mr. and Mrs. City has returned home after a R _., Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton and TEA BAGS

W. M. Slade. (visit with the J. W. Bedenbaughs.Mrs. .,; >' ( :'1 daughter, Julene, have just returned -I j
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lyles and I Bedenbaugh is convalescingat ,; '! \1 from Tampa where they I
children moved from Hampton to home since her recent illness. spent their
Starke last week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Edelstein Despite the cracks in the exterior walls of the white school at Law-Norton's parents.Mrs. vacation. with Mr. I only s I Ic
tey school is In
no danger of 4 8for I
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell visited In of Stewart spent last weekend architect Sanford collapsing according to Gainesville Nellie Mae Housley of 39C
Jacksonville the first part of this with Mrs. T. F. Brown enrouteto Coin. Coin Inspected the building at the urging Jacksonville visited the A. M. Sirr
week. Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Edelstein is of School Board member Dan Starling. School Supt. Harmon P. Blanchard family Sunday afternoon -

Billy Saxon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brown's niece... Morgan said the cracks are several years old and perhaps are not Miss Arthurine Blanchard SULTANA Tender Whole SUYe a1 A'PI

Mrs. W. A. Saxon, was a weekend unusual since the school was built In 1918. Meanwhile, youngstersare returned to Jacksonville with her. l-Ib Can I

visitor on the Clyde Rahme farm f..yyyyyyyyyy.IIIGHLAND curious about the fissures, as shown by Wayne KIrkland, son of Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. GREEN BEANS 5C

near Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Anis Kirkland of Lawtey, nine-year-old fourth grader Perry Davis were Rev. Worth I
Leroy Rhoden was taken to in the Lawtey school. and their daughter, Mrs. Nellie A&P FANCY
Alachua County hospital in Mae Dryden, of Jacksonville. ANN PAGE
Gainesville Saturday for treat Visitors of the O. J. Phillips
I ment. i I By Mrs. Lacy Norman1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Blackburn. ........a+.yyy.YT9YT9... family during the week were Mrs. '' BUTTER 12-0% jar ORANGE

Mr, and Mrs. Bishop of Jacksonville Uncle Tim Blackburn is seriously James Phillips of Biloxi, 'Miss., 35CJUICE

and her brother and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosely ill at a Jacksonville hospital. LAWTEY\ Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips,
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McClendonand
of Jacksonville returned, home We wish him a speedy recovery.
Williams visit- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsof DAILY BRAND Two Diets
of Penney Farms
Sunday after spending the week- Lonnie Prescott is some better. By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Waldo. 2 46-oz cn
ed friends:!?in, Hampton Sunday. end with the Leonard Normans.E. Aunt Francis 43C
Norman is
Clf} ( Slgdebon! of Mr. and Mrs. C. Harvey made a business still ill. I Miss Mary Julia Futch is spending 21ca15c
Avory-Slade, returned to Maxville I Friends are offering birthday the week in Jacksonville with
trip to Mayo on Saturday. Little Shelia and Mike Normanare
for the weekend with his uncle greetings to Hazel and Geraldine her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs.
and aunt, },Ir. and Mrs. Joe Lucas Those attending the union meet- Griffis. staying with their grandparents G. W. Durham. "
ing at the Jacksonville Heights Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse, NUTLEY COLORED Ann Page Tender Cooked
and grandfather, C. M. Greene.
Pastor Calvin Johns while I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry of
Mau- of the their mother, :Mrs. Harold
Church Friday were
after urday.Mr. .their visit in Hampton Sat- die Baptist Smith, Clara Boone, Ellen Bethel Baptist Church filled the Norman is a patient in St. Vincent's -Nashville[ are spending their va- MARGARINE 1-lb Ctns BAKEDBEANS
cation with Mrs. Barry's mother, 35C
: and Mrs. G. L. Roberts of Norman, Carson Griffis, Bill Pen pulpit of Pastor E. C. Harvey : Hospital. Mrs. Selma Eunice. They, with
darvis, Dick Starling and Tim The closing exercises for the [
Highway 301 drove to Brooker while, he was in :Mayo. I Daily Vacation Bible School at the Mrs. Eunice, visited Mr. and Mrs.

,- Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman First Baptist Church were held Joe Lane in DeLand on Sunday.Mr. PROCESS AMERICAN Cheese Food

and son Larry met their children, Friday evening. Rev. Merle Pack- and Mrs. Seeber Doyle

the Richard Sapps of Green Cove ham brought an appropriate, mes- Andrews of Wildwood were Sun- CHED-O-BIT 2 Lb Loaf l-lh en
day evening guests of Mr. and 75C 3 35C
HUNDREDSof Springs, at Kingsley Lake for an sage after their the part children on the had program.completed Mrs. W. Fred Moore.

outing. Delicious home made cake and The H. T. Markham family of
The Dick Starlings of Heil. ice cream was served. Gainesville spent the weekend MISSION INN Unpeeled Halves
det&ils managed and economic- bronn 'I with the Dan .
are were in our community Starling family.Mr.
Sue Thomas
to Day- Vegetable
trained and and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt 1-lb Cans
ally attended only a Sunday afternoon. I tons on Friday with Miss Beverly APRICOTS
careful organization can attend when Lillian and Sandra Norman of Newman for an extended visit. stopped by to see the Carl Pre- 35C
is at Lawtey have vatt family as they were enrouteto DECO
the urgent need for serving spent several days The Doc Wainwright family
hand. with Maggie Crews and Freda moved to Jacksonville on Friday.We their home in Ocala, after
Hardee. are sorry to have them leave.(spending some time in Michigan. A&P FANCY APPLE Ib can C
The John Bennetts of the State Mrs. Leona Edwards and Miss Other guests of the Prevatts' 3 73
DeWITT C. JONES Farm in were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Harveyof Cans
were our community Elizabeth Terry are attending a' "
Phone 7 ,Starke, Fla. Sunday afternoon. |cafeteria work shop in Tallahassee -'I' Jacksonville.Mr.. 25C l-lb. Can 27clSuperRight"
14 J--p Shirley Smith spend Wednes- this week. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and

day and Thursday with the Higgins' Mrs. Lulu Dority had her M. W. Lance of Starke attendedthe
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur at Maxville. as Methodist church last Sunday.Mr. .
guests this week Mrs. Milton
local funeral home enable u to offer convenience tai Clara Boone of Jacksonville I Jenkins and family of Jacksonville Slade spoke in the absence of
the pastor, Rev. Troy M. Wake-
service not otherwise available. spent last week with the Homer Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Earl /
Smiths. field. Mr. Lance led the singing. Meat
Dority and family of Jackson- Buys
.. Mrs. A. P. Hallman returned to
Sunday school 9:45: a. m., wor-
W. furnish the highest type service at loweet price, and ship service 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ville.Little Miss Diana Bennett of her home in Chattanooga afteran SUPER-RIGHT Western Sugar Cured
extended visit with her brother,
accept ANT life Insurance policy in force, lasted by ANT each Sunday. Prayer service State Farm spent Sunday with Hermie Kelly and family. Her L""SUPERRIGHT' I

company, aa, payment la part or in full on a fuieraL Wednesday at 8 p. m. J. Eunice. her little cousins, Misses Judy and mother, Mrs. Margaret Kelly, ac- SLAB BACON 39C

Consultation carrier no obligation. Sunday school superintendent; E. Brenda Bennett. companied her and will stay for ,
} C. Harvey, pastor. :Miss Maxine Andrews of New
___ some, time.
u '
1 Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch Western Milk Fed Veal Shoulder .

p were in Greensboro last week as Lb

: ,\\2Zi. We're celebrating with Leadership Deals! the. family.guests of They the also L. B.visited Crosby'sSr. the CHUCK ROAST S 29CAll

: f. "" L. B. Crosbys Jr. in Tallahassee.
/'A ) : /v /rv "v x-s.
e *, > v. / \i Those attending the Stokes Re- Good Famous D & G Grade A 4 to 5 Ib
union in Toledo, Ga., H. T.
< were
<.tr Bennett and family, Edwin Star- Sliced Bacon Ib 47c Fat Hens Ib 47c
11 .
jr and H.
ling family T. Markhamand
Copeland Pure Pork
family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Super-Right All Meat
re Wilkerson, and Mrs. Dan Star- Bag Sausage Ib 39c Sliced Bologna 23c I

.t Summer ling.We are sorry to report that Super-Right Cooked Super-Right '

'r-1; ))1 Mr. Tim Blackburn and Harold Sliced Salami 8-oz pkg 29c i All Meat Franks Ib 43c
Eunice are patients in St. Vin

cent's hospital. ,
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f Vvk Recent visitors at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were Fresh Fruits & VegetablesRED
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Williams of
+*< Bandwagon New Port Richey; Mrs. Roy Tom- FIRM RIPETOMATOES

ilson and children of New River;

Mrs. Sam Gillispie of Ft. Meade \1 Lb or Pkg
and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Marsh- 19C

ban and family of Tampa. f

ping Mrs.in Della Starke Norman:Monday was morning.shop- I S. No. 1
1/I Mr. and :Mrs. Bryant Reddish 0.jiOTA Bag I

spent the weekend in Tallahasseewith :: S 19C
/ their daughter and son-in-
H' ,
"tffigSiplMjpg jaIdOUK
law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons. -:. r .
> \ They and the Pons enjoyed a tripto SEEDLESS WHITE
; ;
Alligator Point on the Gulf.
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,. ? lL -'. .. .. NOTICE TO APPEARt
'" Clrrult Court Bradford County
OJ" \l: /..... --- Florida !. C.mmrrTj. Golden Ripe CubanBananas
... ( Arnold Irving Rowe. PlaIntiff. vs.
i, 'I ,..'. Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, Defendant. -
I.\:, Case Xo. 1010861.rlee 3 for 25c
; T. Appear
., J....:.... ., whose To: Patricia residence Ann and address Gibson is Rowe.: Un- Freestone .
known, and whose last known address Cucumbers 2 for 15c Peaches Ib
'j- .Ci. was: 115 West Seventh. Jacksonville 25c
'fT Florida.
" \
\. you 10' 0" IP f eoture" 1 suit Divorcehas for Pole Beans Ib 15c Carrots 2 pkgs 25c
1.. \ been filed against you In the
0-0 Oifw"0" above named Court and cause and
16 diditKlira \._ "._ you are required to serve a copy of
UU -of.ford's anrO'I your answer or pleading to the complaint -

A 'l 1p0 Ford'r 4erb''o dyLm4 : : I e) Ford Cars are selling at a leadership pace. Building. E.on Nichols the Jacksonville.Plaintiff's 309 Guaranty AttorneyH. Florida Life, -" Kitchen Charm
f dyie.
.;J m \M in and tile the original in the office of
'.t\ de'igned'osto'l 110"1... .toJ : And it looks like this is going to be the the before Clerk the of the 15 day Circuit of Court August ODor 'p Jane Parker Waxed Paper 100 ft Roll 19c

I 1ri01iM 10rQ,',gHy enWtll 1955; otherwise the allegations of l \r flrpj>|

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w-' ils 1\99 "sw agility/ This notice shall be published

I\\ V0"fa sd* ;al p\i.sec der possil'O better than '54, when more people bought once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- Marcal

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dr'.1 Ford Cars than other make! SEAL)
erfef any ( Circuit Court
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By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
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PAGE FOUR _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _' _ FRIDAY., ",r.r ---- --- ---- ----
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
. J-ra-J--s-r.-J- j-ssrS JJsJsg Miss Bishop Honored before the onCr I
5 day of September, 1955;
With Kitchen ShowerMrs. otherwise the allegations of said BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY
Complaint will he taken a* conteaa-!
: W. H. Graham and Mrs. :d by you. j.J PARRAKEETS
This notice iba.ll ct published
Junius Smith entertained at a once each week for four consecutive Baby birds easily trained, full of love

Methodist lovely kitchen shower Wednesday weeks rraph.in the Bradford County Tele. and affection. Make wonderful pets.

evening at the home of the latteron Dated this 3 day of August 1955. ft All in full plumage in all colors. Blues
(OFFICIAL SEAL; Charles A. Daroi
St. Clair Street Miss
honoring Clerk of the Circuit Court in all shades. Yellows greens, and
Mooty gL-- 'Nina Bishop, bride-elect. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
f/i 4t 8/26 Also yellow-faced blues. All
Phone 35 Ceremony 1 Sandwiches and coffee were __ raised and acclimated to our Florida '
served buffet at. the close of the NOTICE TO APPEAR \
la Circuit Court Bradford Co..ty, climate. Hundreds to choose from.
social evening. Florida !. Chaacery.Doree .

Miss Bishop To Wed Miss Jimmie Moncrief Unites I :Miss Bishop received many love- Coleman D.P.Houchins Houchins Plaintiff Defendant.vs. OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND

!ly and useful gifts from the 20 Case No. 10-1129

Mr. Andrews Aug. 10 Honored With ShowerIn i :,invited guests, and the hostesses Order To Appears Of PublIcation state Of And Florida Notice Tot BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARMOn

In Methodist Rites State Farm HomeMiss Miss : i I presented her with a personal Coleman P. Houchins. whose residence -
and address is: 503 X. Sth
remembrance the
gift as a oc St., Hopewell Virginia Highway 21 Keystone Heights

Miss Nina Bishop and Joseph Jimmie Moncrief, whose casion. You are required to appear on
i Sept. 5. 1955, in the above named
Andrews m will be united in marriage -marriage to Joseph Walker will Cressler Court and cause! wherein plaintiff

Wednesday evening, August be an event of August 27, was J Keystone Bridge Club seeks divorce and custody of minor ,

10, at 7 o'clock In.the First the inspiration for a delightful children Bradford County Telegraph shall i I '

:Methodist Church with Rev. R. bridal shower given Thursday : : ( To Hold Meet Monday publish this Order in next four

D. Sommer performing the double afternoon of last week at the And weekly Witness issues. I JOHNSON MOTORS
The Duplicate Contract Bridge my hand and officialseal
ring ceremony. home of Mrs. J. C. Wallace at at Starke, Florida, this August .1
Club at Keystone Heights will
4, 1S55. i
Mrs. Mural Gardner will attend State Farm.Hostesses. 1 meet Monday night at 8 p.m. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Churtes A. DarbyAs SEE THE
the bride as matron of honor and for the affair were Mr. Booth : Clerk of said Court! COMPLETE IE AT
will be Miss Mrs. Wallace. Mrs. R. P. Mc- Winners in the July 25 game By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk|
serving as bridesmaids Rlcharde Mrs.T. were :Miss Sarah Underwood and Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life \
Mrs. Ness Lendon, Mrs. H. M. Eldg., Jacksonville, Florida.
of ,
Shirley Scott Tampa i I
Sebree of Umatilla and Mrs. H. A. Yawn Jr., Mrs. J. G. Cald- Mrs. Ann Bissell. Second place Attys. for Plf. 8/% 4t S'26 STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLiES
winners Mrs. Vesta Aiken
A. Bishop Jr. of Starke. well and Mrs. W. N. North. were I
of mixed 1 and Mrs. William BOyd..
Beautiful arrangements
Attending the groom as best used to Winners on August 1 were Mr. PHONES 45 AND 333
man will be W. C.. Powell. Ushers summer flowers were ASTHMAMost
and Mrs. John Karges and Misses
the party
will be Jerome Johns John Ar- advantage throughout :
refreshment table Catherine and Marian Graham.
thur Torode and Dr. T. .G. Ritch.A rooms. The ITST1I
was overlaid with a lovely cut- cases of asthma are

reception will immediatelyfollow work cloth and centered with a Carlyse Duke Casey Defendant. caused by a pressure on the
the wedding at the StarkeWoman's arrangement of cut flow- Case No. 10-1120:! nerves that control our breath
graceful :Notice To Appear
ers flanked by burning white tap- To: Carlyse Duke Casey, whose ing. Removal of the nerve
residence and address is: 715 Mo- pressure restores health in a CLOSEOUTON
ers in crystal holders. hone ,'enue, Norfolk 6, Virginia.
Miss Dicandio Weds I Misses Nancy Bates, Jane You are hereby notified that a natural way. Below is such a
cult for
!Richarde and Frances Caldwell assisted Merritt Cres- white nylon net with of Divorcehas rase.Boy
Mr. and Mrs. W sprays been filed against In the 6 had attacks of
Mr. Jeff J. ChanceyIn the hostesses in serving the you age as-
sler are announcing the marriageof Pinocchio chrysanthemums tied above named Court and cause and thma almost night.During GROCERIESONE
Methodist RitesMr. guests. their daughter, Anne, to William with narrow white satin loops you are required to serve a copy! of every
the your answer or pleading the complaint attacks parents felt
The hostesses presented Booth Mr. placed at intervals. All the
Kemper son of appointments on the Plaintiff' Attorney that each breath would be his
bride-to-be with the creamer in and Mrs. William F. Booth of used were of silver. Louis T. Ransom 519 Profes-
: and Mrs. Leon Dicandio of sional Building Jacksonville. last because of the extreme
her chosen china pattern as a The bride's table was centered
Starke are announcing the mar- difficulty to breath. Patient was
memento of the occasion. The wedding took place Saturday with a beautiful three-tiered wed- and file the original In the office of
riage of their daughter Virginia the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor X-rayed and given spinal ad-
Vetia, to Jeff J. Chancey, son of Approximately 40 guests attended morning, July 30, at 11 o'clockin ding cake around which were ruffles before the 5 day of September, justments which removed the
this delightful affair. the First Methodist Church before of white nylon illusion inter- 1555; otherwise the allegations of 2ND
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. ChanceySr. said Complaint will be taken M nerve pressure, thus restoring
and few intimate spersed with white pompom nose- 1-2 PRICE
of Patterson, Ga. relatives a confessed by you. normal breathing. Patient gained -
WSCS MeetingsCircle friends. Rev. R. D. Sommer and gays. Flanking this arrangementwere This notice shall bl publishedonce
The wedding was solemnized each week for four consecutive weight and enjoys normal
white in low silver
Rev. J. E. Sherwood performedthe tapers weeks In the Bradford County health
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Four of the First double ring ceremony.The holders. The mantel in the Telegraph. j
Dated this 3 day of August. 1955. Bring your health problems to
the First Methodist Church,
in lounge held a lovely fan shaped
Methodist Church WSCS will meet bride, who was given (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Starke, with Rev. R. D. Sommer Monday, August 8, at 8 p.m. marriage by her father, chose for arrangement of white gladioli and Clerk of the Circuit Court theBOLLINGER ,
performing the double ring cere- of By MarIan L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk While They Last !
The meeting will be held at the her only attendant Miss Florence mums against a background 8/5 4t 8/26 I

mony. home of Mrs. John A. Torode at Brown. Marcus Brown attended magnolia leaves. Other native 'I
Mrs. Clayton Wise attended the' with the as best man. greenery was used throughout the NOTICE TO APPEAR CHIROPRACTICCLINIC \
513 North Walnut Street groom IB Tke Clrralt Coin ot Bradford C. H. NASWORTHY
bride as honor attendant and Mrs. Edward Schwab as co- Following the lovely but simple lounge for the occasion. I County, Florida. IB Cfca.r.ry.

Joseph L. Chancey Jr. attendedhis hostess. wedding ceremony, a wedding :Mrs. Marcus Brown cut the wed- Matthew L. Bright Plaintiff, vs.
Elouise Bright Defendant.
brother as best man. breakfast was held at 12 o'clockin ding cake. Case No. 10-1116 2 blocks north of Post Office 172 E CALL ST. :Next To Spark's Barber Shop

Circle 3 met in the home of The couple is at homeat \tlre To AppearsTo In Starke
The bride was given In marriageby the Episcopal Parish House on I young : Elouise Bright, whose residence .
her father in a ceremony per- Mrs. Daisy Perryman. Followingthe Church Street. the J. G. Holton apartment on and address is: 2 St. Paul 9 to 12 1:30 to 5:30

formed before a few intimate opening prayer by Mrs. Joe The buffet table for the break- North Cherry Street after a short Place, Eronx New York suit Evenings and Thursdayby _- "
friends and relatives.A Andrews, chairman, a SpiritualSkit overlaid with beautiful wedding trip to St. Augustine.The You are hereby notified that a _I _lItI- \
I fast was a for divorce custody! and controlof appointment ---- -- --- ----" --- -- ----
Miss Miller bride will enter her senior minor childrenhas
was given by ,
lovely reception was held at imported Point de Venice linen been filed against you In the
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, and Miss year at the University of Floridain
above named Cturt and cause! and
the Brown Derby following the cloth and centered with an an-
Kate Struth. Mrs. Jack McComb the fall. Mr. Booth is a you are required to serve a cepy of lli

wedding for approximately 30 gave an interesting talk on "This tique 5-branch candelabra hold- graduate of the University of your plaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the COIC-!

guests. The linen covered bride's is God's world," The meeting was lug burning white tapers. Aroundthe Florida and is now employed at Kitchen & Schwartz, 713 Pro- I ,

table was centered with a crystal closed with prayer by Mrs. Shep- candelabra were ruffles of Humphreys Gold Corp. fessional Florida Building, Jacksonville, Dedicated To Community Service (

bowl holding an artistic arrange- herd. and file the original in the officeof I, "Movies Are Better Than Ever"If '
1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
ment of white chrysanthemumsand or before the -- C) II I
Laura Scott Branch 5 day of September. 1955; you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
fernery. At one end of the otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken as confessed cut ad out and present it to Box Office forFREE TICKETS
Holds MeetThe j
table was the three-tiered wed- Of WCTU by you. jI I

ding cake and at the other end Laura Scott Union of the This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce I Thurs., Friday, Aug. 4, 5 SundayMonday Tuesday

was crystal bowl weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
WCTU held its monthly meeting graph. Late Show-11 P.M. Aug. 7, 8,9MBPl
Mrs. Jimmy Swindejl presidedat Friday afternoon with the vice Dated this 2 day of August 1955. I

the punch bowl and Mrs. Ches- president, Mrs. Jennie Thorn- We tree-lovers took another Crews house on N. Walnut .- (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the) Charles Circuit A.Court.Darby Iiiit/iil ut i

ter L. Wise cut the wedding cake. quest, presiding in the absence of beating this week when three the Edmund Dubruyns are rentingone By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
8/5 4t 8/26
Mr. and Mrs. Chancey are at the president, who is visiting in more aging oaks were removed of the Redgrave apts. on S.

home at the Flume apartment California and Canada.An along Starke's prettiest street- Water St. Eunice Blair is NOTICE T(' APPEAR It's convenient

following a short wedding trip to interesting hour of devo- North Walnut Understandthat occupying the Scott house, cornerof IB Florida Circuit i IB CoBrt.Chancery Bradford COBrfji It's comfortable III

Folkston, Ga. I tional, reports and planning was adjacent property owners Temple and Washington, for- Luzerne S. Drown Plaintiff, vs. It costs less ,
Anna McKay Brown. Defendant.
Mr. Chancey la a chef at the presented after which refresh- asked that they be taken out be- merly occupied by the H. C. Case No. 10-1119 i One j

Brown Derby and Mrs. Chanceyis ments were served. The meeting cause their age made 'em dangerous Douglases the Earl Griffises Notice' To Appear I .
To: Anna McKay Brown whose Way-
waitress'at Brown until 26. in wind storm, but I can't have moved from the Knight up-
a the Derby. adjourned August a residence and address is: UnknownYou Montreal, Canada $29.10
thinking that the street now stairs apt. on W. Madison to the are hereby notified that a
help suit for Bowling Green, Ky. 12.90
looks like a six year old kid'smouth Mallory Thomas house on 11th Divorce j Also Latest World News and Color

with the front teeth missing St., and Jack and Clara Hazen bas been tiled against you in the !Henderson, Ky. 15.00 I Cartoon

SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE those huge skeletons left will be moving soon to the Lucian above named Court and cause! and I Dodge City Kan. 29.30 I
.you are required to serve a copy! of Chicago, 111. 21.45
Conner house Center St. MRS. GEORGE KAUF'3IANNCxcOtIUfl.I..dW2Ofx.
to on '
trunks of three :
standing with I your answer or pleading to -
i Idaho Falls,Jdaho 46.15
in diameter are grim reminders Sorry' to hear that Roscoe Bull- complaint! on the Plaintiff.

DRASTIC four feet of the beautiful shade we .i ington I is out of circulation for a Attorney Professional Louis Building T. Ransom, Jackson-, 519 Gainesville, Ga. 8.90 Wed., Thurs., Fri. v
Indianapolis. Ind. 18.10 H UMo a t H.qI..f.d.4' STdfOFHOMK SOUND
during this 90-plus few days and is in Alachua Gen- yule Florida
used to enjoy Walnut eral Hospital Also hospitalized and tile the original In the office of Albuquerque, N" M. 35.90 Aug. 10, 11, 12
street I could add that I'm is Janie (Avery) Carswell Corpus Christi!, Texas 26.55
dare who is occupying room 501 in St. Seattle, Wash. 54.95Spartanburg ,
but I just
REDUCTIONSKeep anybody half dead'to too start whacking awayat Vincent's, Jacksonville Inci- FILL DIRTGOOD S. C. 9.05 .. Sat., Aug. 5, 6

limbs While there'slife dentally, Janie and Ed are up Ashe\ilIeN. C. 9.65 DOUBLE FEATURE JJ1J

Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit ,my there's hope, you know from Tampa for the month of RICH Charlotte, N. C. 9.35 '

from the LOWEST possible rates.STARKE'S Hear that Barney :McRae Jr. August, giving Avery Inn a : Flat U. S. Tit Arizona Thoroughbred

has been accepted as -a pre-reg- "face-lifting". Anne and Mary I I TOP SOILSee save *n 1:,.,. J0"o" Each WtfWith With Dusty King C

ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY istrant in the 1955-56 freshman Agnes Matthews are spending a a Round-Trip. Tnktt ANDPhantom I -

University of Miami week in Madison ag guests of ... .

E. Conner Insurance class School at of the Medicine He was Rae and Nell Norfleet, who spent dREYHOUND BUS STATION Of The ; RDII

Doyle Agency among the 75 Florida residents I last week with the Matthews BILL JACKSONJackson 649 Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. CdoblkLUXE

accepted from 181 applicants girls at Kingsley PHONE 147-J Opera L ONEMASCOP
Phone 285 129 W. Call St. Starke Fla Robbie Barksdale celebrated his Transfer Company '
Note that Frances Douglas Crosby With Nelson Eddy and Suzanne )
has been added to the staff at 4th birthday anniversary at a Phone 165You'll ?a Foster '.4 VlCT0R MATURE

I Jerry family party on July 24 Karen f
SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE Wall Insurance Agency
Monday! Feeney entertained 15 of her lit- Also Cartoon
Colley joined the Navy Cartoon and Serial Also Color

and left for processing at Charleston tIe friends.on. Aug. 1, her 3rd an- ; 7j{ t : !r$ ;.
niversary Carole :McRae who -- --
S. C. Spotted Sharon -- ,,-,- :--- = --- : -. -- --- : : -= /
Green flashing a diamond ring was 13 on Wednesday, celebratedwith
a small party that eveningfor
presented to her by Riley
few friends and
and a young
see Jan
BY IE. SIMMONS, B-S Charles Kirkland back home after Kate Struth passed another mile THE NEW IMPROVED

: counseling at Boy Scout Camp stone on Aug. 4 .. '- <
Lost Sheep Dept: eightyearold T7 :
Echockotee for the past eight ,
weeks Linda Huggins, daughter of'I
staunch Methodist George Hug- ;
Donald Hardenbrook of Ft.
Sgt. gins, along with friend Martha
Worth Texas arrived here Thurs- Jeffords of High Springs, headedfor Emerson
30 furlough before
day on days the Methodist Vacation Bible ,
being shipped
School Monday only to wind up,
him with an
Oleeta presented somehow, at the Baptist VBS,

eight-pound son, born at the Jax which opened the same day .

NAS hospital the day before Remarked Linda, who finally got \L7
Don's arrival Oleeta and the j
into the right pew on Tuesday:
two children will stay with her "I had a good time at both!" el.evision
mother, Boots Green, while Donis
'Sail for now See you in the
overseas Hear that Katty next .
Monteith is leaving soon for New-
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? foundland for a stay of several enjoy your home as

months with son, Ralph, and fami- much as a carefreeacatioo
ly Well, that's one way of In Clrrait Court Bradford Coanty. 21 Inch Console
after buying a York air con- ONLYWith
Hey diddle diddle, the one in the middle. getting cooled off, anyhow Florida IB Chancery.
Charlotte Griffing Plaintiff. vs. ditioner from CHAS. C.
Bill Plummer will leave next Leonard F. Griffing Defendant.
that wide satisfied Case No. 10-1126:! SHEPHERD. Aluminized
Any citizen sporting Thursday by plane to return to Notice To Appeart

his station with the 388th Fighter To: Leonard F. Griffing. who e

smile is a lead pipe cinch to know the valueof Bomber Wing, Etain, France, Yaphank residence, and Long address Island. is New: Box York 354, .d Picture Tube ..

after a delightful 30-day respite You are hereby notified that a tt.

the buck. With prices spiraling higher from duty, spent here with his nas suit Deen for niea divorce! against. you in. the.. Filter ScreenSHEPHERD

family Ida Lee and their above named Court and cause and
daughters will remain in Starke you are required to serve a copy! of
than an Alpine mountain climber we still 'your answer or pleading to the
during the rest of Bill's overseas mplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney .

tour, which end next March T. Frank Landrum, Starke,

offer quality stuff at low, low prices. Try i Hear that :Myra Peek (Mrs. S. L.I I I and Florida file the original In the officeof Gives You The Highest Trade-in Allowance .-

Sr.ill move into her attrac- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
or before the
us anytime. tive new home on N. Church St. 5 day of September. 1955; Come In And See These Bargains .. Full Stock In All Price

next week Mr. and Mrs. Ray otherwise the allegations of said! j
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Taylor and son of Genoa, Ohio i by you. Ranges. Styles and Models
This notice shall be published .
have moved into the house N.
once each week for four consecutive!
KOCHrS DRUG STORE% Walnut vacated by Dr. Pete and weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY
Felos who have into
Anna moved Dated this 3 day of August 1955.

.. ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED the W. B. Scroggins house on (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
COMnnrUNEpJ DIUGS,SUNDRIES ACOSMT1C5HONES3 : Blanding Blvd. Mr. Taylor is By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk .
a supervisor at Humphreys 8/5 4t 8/26 1.

> WeOEUVEli STAtkFt. The Calvin Starlings have NOTICE TO APPEARIn

moved from the Kopelousos rental Circuit Cent, Bradford Coaaty, RADIO .- TV SEAT COVERS
Florida In
I ; house on St. Clair to the Maude Alexander Chaatery.Casey Plaintiff, vs. -

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South Carolina other relief and it further Florida, and file the original Answer
of one Standard one- ed, of Laurens. ; J. ;
_J JrJrrrJJJITfl Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Campbell Gail Willis of Sequatchie, Tenn., the half purchase ton pick-up truck. six or eight M. Edwards and Lucille Edwards lug from said sworn appear-I! or other pleadings in the office
of Largo, Mrs. J. J. Brannen and spent last week with her grand- cylinders. six-ply tires. One 1948 his wife. of Starke, Bradford County -I[that the names of the of the Clerk of th. Circuit
ton Chevrolet pick-up Florida; K. Sternberg and Gus-I are unknown, except as therein set' Court in and for Bradford County,
Mrs. T. F. Brown of Hamptonwere mother, Mrs. V. O. Bridges and truck to be traded can be seen at ale Sternberg.' his wife of Daytona;forth. and that the addresses and Florida, on or before the 15 day of
guests of Mrs. D. W. :Moore her aunt Mrs. Jim Davenport City Light and Water Plant. Beach, Volusia County, Florida; L. residences of said defendants are August A.D., 1955. If you fail to
The said Board of Bond Trustees D. Green and Mae: Green, his wife unknown and that there is no per- do so. Decree Pro Cvufsi will be
ane day last week. Mrs. Harold Black and baby reserves the right to accept or reject of Starke, Bradford County. Florida; son or persons in the State of FlorIda taken against you for the relief demanded -
Mrs. A. I. Sasser and grand- I daughter are visiting her parents, any or all bids. and any and all other persons claim- I the service of process upon in the Complaint.It .
BOARD OF BOND: TRUSTEES OF ing any right, title or interest In I whom would bind said absent or Is hereby ordered, that this
daughter, Miss Melba Miller of I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey, and CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy and to the following described landsin unknown defendants, and that each Notice shall be published once each
Monticello are guests of Mr. and !family for two weeks. : Carl Johns City Clerk the City of Starke, Bradford known and named defendant is week for four consecutive weeks In
NEWS 7/9 3t 8/1! County. Florida, to-wit: over the age of twenty-one years the Bradford County Telegraph. a
r Mrs. I. P. Shepherd this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Colemanand Lots Six (6) Seven (7) Eight (8) and that the age of each unknownand weekly newspaper. published In

Miss Vida Jean Gentry left Wed- daughters, Patsy and Barbara, In The Circuit Court, Eighth; Judicial and Nine (9) of Block Eleven (11), unnamed defendant is un Bradford County. Florida.
in Livingston Truby and Com known.
Circuit of Florida IB Aid Witness my hand and the Official
---- -- .I nesday for St. Petersburg to and Yvonne Purdee of Ocala attended For Bradford County. 1 I pany's Addition to the Town of This Is, therefore to command Seal of our said Circuit Court at
I Grand Ole in In Cbaurery.CITY Starke. Florida In Section Twen each of you, and you are hereby I Starke, Bradford County Florida,
visit aunt Mrs. Marie Mc- the Opera
:Mayor and Mrs. George Slick of Mrs. Allen Peck of Jacksonville I her OF STARKE, a Municipality I ty-eight (%8) Township Six (6) notified and required to serve a ,this the 13 day of July A.D 1955.
Miami spent a *ew days last week spent a few days this week with Millin. Jacksonville Friday night. in the County of Bradford, State I' South, Range Twenty-two (22) copy of your Answer or other plead- I {OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross of of Florida, Petitioner, East. ing to the Complaint filed herein, Clerk of said Circuit Court
with Mr. and :Mrs. S. W. Halsten.I :Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern. Mrs. G. H. Bennett spent last VB.STATE You and each of you are lereby on plaintiffs' attorneys, Williamsand By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Gloria Bell of Jacksonville is Seaman Charles Strickland Jr.f week in Macon and Hawkinsville Jacksonville were Sunday dinner OF FLORIDA. and the Tax- notified that there has been filed in Futch, P. O. Box 1S8 Starke. I 4,15 4t $/5

her cousin Linda Wasdin. of Newport, R. I.. has spent the Ga. visiting relatives. guests of Mrs. Effie Johns. payers, Property Owners and Citizens the Circuit Court in and for Prad-
visiting of the CITY OF STARKE. Including ford County Florida a Complaint ,
br3. Mae Edwards of Keystone past two weeks with his grand DRESS SALE AT MARTHA'S, I Friends of Mrs. Ralph Gainey :Non-Residents owning In Chancery wherein Denver R. Dev- -
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hais will be glad to know that she property or subject to taxation I rick and Chessie :M. Devrick his ,
Mrs. parents, 1 Dress Extra
Heights is veiling her sister, regular price therein. Respondents. I wife are plaintiffs, and each of
is at home after undergoing sur- CAVSETo is defendant, the of I i
E. A. Edwards. Dress $1.00. ORDER TO SHOW you a style I Iwblch
ten.Miss Louise Stern left by plane gery at Alachua General hospital.The the State of Florida. throughthe is Denver R. Devrick and
Rev. and Mrs. Jack C. Haisten and Mrs. Walters
Benny State Attorney for the EighthJudicial Chessle M. Derrick Die wife plaintiffs -
of Tampa were overnight guests Thursday for Charlotte. N. C., and and children of Middle Village new address of E.V. Circuit of Mild Stale, the vs. G. C. Livingston et aL
Covington Va., for two weeks Hodges Jr. is 250 Arbor Hill Drive evrral Property Owuera, Taxpayer defendants, the relief therein prayed -
Tuesday of their nephew, Mr. and N. Y.. are spending several weeks CltUeu and Other Hat being a decree quieting and confirming -
Mrs. S. W. Halst&n. visit with friends.Mr. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. Jackson, Miss. lag or Claiming a.y right, title or the plaintiffs' title to the
and Mrs. Robert .Hayman Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jackson and Interest Im Property to be affected lands hereinabove described and forDon't
DRESS SALE ATLRTHA'S, L. Crosby Sr. and Mr. and Mrs.A. by the Immanre by the City
1 Dress regular price Extra and children of Kalamazoo, Mich., L. Crosby Jr. daughter, Kathryn. have movedto of Markc. }Florida of Bonds c:
Starke from Lakeland. At hereinafter more particularly: described
spent the first of the week with present -
Dress $1.00. Miss Pat Lambe and Mrs. Lon- with her I or to be affected in any 1I 1
Mrs. Vergie Flynn. they are residing I
Mrs. D.
Miss Alice St. John and war IberebytYou 1I
nie Sullivan are leaving on 'I
Christiano and children of Darien, Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Saunders. August father, A. J. Bryan. and each of you are here- I
I II for three weeks visit with rela- Miss Elizabeth has returned -, by required to appear on the 24th
COWL, are spending several weeks had as guests, Mrs. D. E. Whitehead tives in Brunswick, Canada. Some Bryan day of August, 1955, at 10:00 I
of High Springs on Thursdayof from Jacksonville: where o'clock A. M. before the Circuit I SLIGHTLY USED
with their parents, Mr. and of the relatives the two sistershaven't relatives. Court of Bradford County Florida, I
Mrs. V. S. St. John. last week and Mr. and Mrs. she was visiting at the Court House in Starke, Flor- I
seen in 16 to 20 years. Mrs. Alice Conner and her rela- ida, and show the 15 FOOTGIBSON
Mrs. Kate Sheppard is spendingthis Caspar Hurst and son, Ralph, of cause why prayer -
Mrs. Titus Olson and of the Petition filed in the above I
Mrs. C. D. tives from New York were visiting -
week with her son and daugh Lake City on Sunday. entitled proceeding should not be
Williams are attending the Schoolof other relatives in St. Peters- granted and the bonds therein described -
Mrs. Gladys Pricher of Mulberry -
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin HO ''EFREEZER
Missions of the Methodist burg over the weekend.Mr. and the proceedings authorIzing -
Sheppard, in Valdosta, Ca. spent last week with Mr. and the issuance thereof. validated -
Mrs.: Ewell Lawson. WSCS in Lakeland this week. and Mrs. Cecil Harris of and confirmed said bonds consisting -

Mrs. Martha Gonzalez Gainesville were visiting Mr. and of Seven Hundred Fifty
of '
1/2 Price on Summer Dresses, Tampais Thousand Dollars ($750,000.00)1tillty V
Hats and Sportswear At Leila's visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mrs. Lloyd Bryan in Starke and Revenue and Refunding I
Harris in Lake Butler Bonds dated August 1, 19i 5, ma-
i Lt.' Com. and Mrs. John Mc- Gonzalez and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mrs. Dick
turing serially on August 1st of
Cort and children of Sanford were Phillips for two weeks. over the weekend. each of the years 1956 to 1985. both Be Late!
cc< of I inclusive bearing interest, payable 1
Miss Mary Lou Thompson As Good As New
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quick returned to Wash- semi-annually, at such rate as shall

Donald McRae. ington, D. C., after spending two Daytona is visiting her cousins, be determined upon the sale thereof You can't board the '
Me- not in excess of four per centum train
and JoAnn
vigr1 s\ Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and weeks visiting his parents, Mr. Misses Shirley (i%) per annum, a more particular after it has left the station,
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. H. Quick. Daniel. description of said bonds being contained i
Leaton (Buddy) Matthews has in the Petition filed in this neither can you get insuranceon 319.95
A. B. Woodham in Jacksonville Mrs. C. F. Sayles of Miami is proceedings.DONE :
afternoon.Mr. returned from Orlando, where he : AXD ORDERED at Starke, your home after it burns
Sunday visiting her sister Mrs. E. K.
has been visiting his aunt and Florida, this the 3rd day of Aug., down.
and Mrs. Albert Lee CrosbyJr. Perryman and Judge Perryman 1955.
and children attended the at Kingsley Lake. uncle. (Signed) Geo. L. Fatten Before it is too late, checkup
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bryan is Judge of the Circuit Court of
grand opening of the new Lake Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips her brother-in-law and the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the amount of insuranceyou

City VA Hospital on Sunday after and son, Neil, spent the past two I II expecting sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wigginsof County.Florida in and for ETadford carry on your property HART FURNITURECO.

weeks vacationing ,in the Smoky 8/5 3t 8/19 with this agency NOW! I
noon.Mr. Roberson of I I Rochester, N. Y., as guests.
and Clyde
Mountains, N. C., and also visiting .
the sisterof
also is
"I've got gold in teeth, 1 Mrs. Wiggins la The Circuit Court or The
my Dublin Ga. were Tuesday guestsof Eighth
Mrs. Phillips' father. Harold Mrs. George Cartier.Mr. Judicial Circuit. Ia And For Brad- H. Starke. Fla
what I need Is food in my Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick. ford County, Florida. C. Wall Agency
Steidley, in High Point, N. C. and Mrs. Richard Cartier of
stomach!" Miss Betty Conner was a guestof IB Chancery.o.. to-USB
Mrs. Lucile Davis is visitingMr. Ft. Benning visited his sister and DENVER R. DEVRICK, asd
For those who know Jeanell Bullington Sunday.Mr. Phone 146
and Mrs. A. D. Kemp in Crest- brought his mother home over the M. DEVRICK. I g
food and love it and Mrs. Sam Bonvisutoand Plaintiff,
good Jacksonville view for several weeks after which weekend. "C 200 E. Call
Anita McDaniel of Street
G. C.
We serve it right and Mrs. she will spend some time with her Mrs. J. L. Chancey of West Palm
guests of Mr. I Defendants
and plenty of it. were McDaniel Sunday.Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Beach is spending two weeks with NOTICE Starke, Fla.JSH525252S252525Z52525Z525252S2. .
Luther Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. in DeFuniak her sister, Mrs. Wesley Andrewsand THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Carter re- G. C.
and :Mrs. Oscar Livingston and Jessie E. -
weeks Springs. Mr. Andrews. Livingston, his wife, if living. and II
GUIDON GRILLGeorge turned Saturday from a two Mrs. W. P. Knight of Americus ,if dead, their unknown heirs at _
vacation spent in Hot Springs, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carter are law, legatees, devisees or grantees: -
returning to their home in Birmingham Ga., spent a few days last week the unknown heirs at law, their

Kopelousos, Owner Ark.JoAnn McDaniel spent Satur- Ala., today after a weeks with Mrs. George Anderson. Mrs. legatees, of devisees Angeline grantees Weller, deceased or assignees .-\

Starke Fla. with Knight. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. ; Martha L. Kent and -Ken .
Jacksonville visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
day night in Newsome spent last Fridayat her unknown husband, if living andIf
r Mrs. Sam Bonvisuto. Taylor. The Taylors also have as i dead their unknown heirs at
her sister, visitors, Mr. and Mrs.: Jack At-' Marineland.Mrs. law. legatees devisees or grantees;

______._._. yyyyyyiyTTTyTTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTyTTyyyyyyyyyy. kinson of Birmingham from Wednesday George Roberts of Lawteyand \C.wife F., if Rigdon living,and and Diana if dead Rigdon., their unknown his- WE NFL iIFS
Mrs. J. W. Andrews of
to Sunday. Kings- heirs at law, legatees devisees -
: EXPERT :t';. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. the wife of Carl Ritch of Starke,
Wednesday of last week visiting ETadford County, Florida; Gladys
REPAIRING .4 visited Bok Tower and Cypress Zack Roberts of Hastings in St.Luke's Harrington a widow, of tarke.
WATCH .4 Gardens over the weekend. Bradford County. Florida: J. F. Hol
.4 I hosDital.
lingsworth, as Executor of the Es-
DRESS SLET 3IAUTILVS, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambersof tate of F. C. Hollingsworth. deceasCHARLEY -
In Perfect Running Order It Must Be 3 J 1 Dress regular price Extra Lake Butler
: We Put>1t were Monday :::::;: :no:::::::::::::::;::;:' ::::nJtJF' :
: Clean To Be Accurate When It Goes On A Rampage .4 Dress $1.00. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley IIH111 NEI TRIADS$

See US <
<4: two weeks in Gainesville on business the weekend in Fort Lauderdale

: Ladies and Gents Nationally AdvertisedWATCHES
II: Mr.. and Mrs. .J. M. :Allen of and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Jr.

i I ,Houston, Texas, were Sunday dinner ,and children, of Gainesville are

: guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Seeber spending the month of August at (2-;; ,. .$4kx\

II Goodman.Mrs. the Adkins summer home on ( :

JEWELRY I J. J. Davis of Rutledge Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Fred r., : \ ,.!b /

WILLIAM'S I I I Ga., Mrs. Roy Dial of Albany Ga., Guy and children of Gainesville, \ \ I / I

Phone 375 : and Mrs. A. F. Jenkins of Madison who have spent the month of July KA I 'I

: 151 W. Call St. : Ga., are spending a few days there, and Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. and : -.") il2KTTh'

: Starke, Fla. I4 with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile. children of Norfolk, Va., who 1i
A..J Harold Mills of Jacksonville have spent the past ten days there,

Beach was the weekend guest of; returned to their respective homeson

Jerome Mrs.Edwards.James Stewart of Tampa Sunday.Mrs.. Ada. Alexander visited Mrs.B. : \ .i

spent the weekend with her Haines in Winter Haven from JOHNS & SON 'J4\\\J\\ \\

e er, Mrs. M. H. Colley. moth-I Wednesday to Tuesday. Miss about this question

:Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wilma Alexander is leaving for

NEWSBy Gainesville were visiting Mr. and, Winter Haven today to be the Every year in every county

CHECKERBOARD Mrs. E. D. Tenly on Sunday. guest of Mrs. Haines for the com there is at least one good ,

Jim Chasteen Mrs. J. H. Williams and daughter ing week. windstorm that blows trees -'" ..... ,. .

Cynthia, of Marianna and Den- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Adams spent and limbs down onto houses, '

BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN10th nis Bennett of Cottondale are the past two weeks in Mexico blows off roofs or roofing, .'" Iiii;. ,

spending this week with their City and also in Laredo, Tex., t IJit .ITi!
& Cherry Sts. Storke, Flo. their and smashes garages, chimneys, : 1
sisters Mrs. Conner of visiting son daughter- -
Doyle <
windows and doors. Does 1) -f.11 I I1r : j
Starke and Mrs. Cecil Sewell in in-law, S-Sgt. and Mrs. Robert D. (:1
ASK FOR FREE I Adams and 'extended coverage' on a Fire '-
Jacksonville. daughters. I -
Group MeetingsI wT -
I Mrs. M. H. Colley and her mother -I I 1/2 Price on Summer Dresses, Policy cover all such wind- '

HOG BOOKLETNext Mrs. J. F. Houser, left Wed- Hats and Sportswear At Leila's storm damage? a We buy all! the unused

would like to report that we I Mrs. W. L. Blair of Starke and .
nesday for Flat Rock, Ala., where r
in our store,
had some mighty good groupmeetings time you're I I Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove mileage in
Prof- Mrs. Houser will visit her son and your
this week. These ask for a copy of the Triple
past '
Mr. and Mrs. C. Springs attended the Wesleyan E. Johns
Book. It will help open Charley
homesof its Hog
were held at the !
meetings tires when
Service Guild School of
Harold Norman, Levy Norman the door to the Purina Hog Profit L. Houser. while Mrs. Colley will I present
on to Washington, D. C., to Lakeland from Friday to Sun-
for 1955. Many helpful go
and Volly Griffis. We d.on'twant Plan I

to miss anyone, so if you 'management tips in this 24-page visit Colley.her daughter Miss Shirley day.Mrs.. W. W. Caines and daugh- & Son Agency 4 you trade for. .

of illustrated booklet. Be sure to ;;4-
would like for us to have one \
ters and Mrs. Robert Graves of
Patsy Stevens and Betty Han-
these meetings in your neighbor- ask for yours. Phone 13 Starke Fla. j
sen returned to their home in Decatur, Ga., were overnight ,
hood and we don't have one scheduled guests Saturday of Mrs. Del Col-
Jacksonville after spending two AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATMEATB.
please let us kn.oWe 70 weeks with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. ley and Mrs. Daisy' Perryman.
will try to keep you Ps* lthrough _
Miss Barbara ,r ,
CALF AT1 MONTHSYes Green. Colley: who had
to when --- -- r- - G000fiEAR
this column as spent the wek with the
'/: Price on Summer Dresses past
and where these future meetings sir, when you grow Holstein Hats and Sportswear At Leila's Caines, returned home with them.

will be held. calves that weigh 70 Ibs. Paul Paulk of St. Mary's, Ga., Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Sherwoodand ..DIe

As I said before the sole pur- more than the average calf at 4 is visiting his uncle and aunt, son. Joe are spending from .FL': '

pose of these meetings is to help months, you're really ahead. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk. Aug. 7 to Aug. 28 visiting their L STARKE .

you make your operation a more Bigger calves with larger frames Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Tippens and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman TUBELESSDeluxe

profitable one just by pointingout make bigger, more rugged heifers family of Jacksonville and Mrs. Hannah in Marlinton, W. Va., and Sun., Mon., and Tues
when they freshen. That's whatthey're Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherwood in
E. B. Andrews Lake Butler
the common sense practicesthat of were Aug. 7, 8, 9
been doing at the Purina Paw Paw, W. Va..aianon .
you may be overlooking. Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. N. ...__ "._ L YYh DOUBLE FEATURE -
Research Farm, B. Rosier. Linda ,Rosier returned iUri nowe ana son,

with the Tippens for a week's Gene leave next Monday for four Both in Cinemascope SuperCushionsGoodyear's

SAVE CORN SAVE visit in Jacksonville. weeks trip to New York City, SITTING BULLWith

:Misses Joyce and Judy Morganare Buffalo, Niagara Falls and also to Dale Robertson & Mary exclusive 3-T TripleTemSeal Construction give a double line of

MONEYHog visiting relatives in Jasper attend the National Exhibition in Murphy pered Cord Body makes the new Tubedefense against punctures.

not let those this week. Toronto, Canada. -AND- less DeLuxe Super-Cushion one of the Better Blowout Protection this great

Men Why Mrs. J. B. Sapp visited her sister Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Chasteenand safest tires ever built new tire has no tube to chafe, pinch, or

hogs of yours save you some Mrs. Donnie Moore in Gainesville son, J. Roy, spent the weekendat ROSE MARIEWith strongest, blow out.
money. If you were hating to St. Augustine Beach.

buy that corn crop that you Miss Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Moore and Ann Blyth Howard Keel Better Puncture Protection TripleFit! lour present wheels no extras
Madge Middleton is returning Cofor
raised you would have to pay home today from River- daughter, Marilyn, of Blacksheer, Plus Cartoon for Children Tempered 3-T Cord plus exclusive Gripto buy!

around $1.96 per bu. for It and if The Purina Calf Plan will help side Hospital where she has been Ga., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wed., Thur., Aug. 10, 11 MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND

you feed it straight to your hogsit :you do the same thing, too. receiving treatments for the past Del Colley and Mrs. Daisy Perry- DOUBLE FEATURE
would take 14 bu. of com to And, this plan costs you only -

put on 100 Ibs. of gain thus, about half the cost of raising a I week.Mr.: and Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr. man.Mr.. and Mrs. Randall Chitty The Glass WebWith NEW SMALL-7RVCK TUBELESS TIRES/ BY GOODYEAR

costing you ((14 x 1.96 27.44)), calf with milk and some grain. !and children, Patty and Mike, of were in Lakeland, Ga., on Sunday Ed\v. G. Robinson

2744. BUT with 43 Ibs. Purina Here's how you do it. Jacksonville spent Sunday with visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chow bu. of off milk at 3 -AND- Get all these tubeless advantages:
Hog -I- 5 corn you Take calf only Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. Matthews and M. F. Chitty.

can put on 100 lb. gain- for a old. Feed Purina Nursing
days Big House USAWith
family at Kingsley Lake. Miss Florence Brown was home S Greater and blowout protection
cost of %.-11 -:- 5 X 1.96 -| Chow gruel for 30 days. That'sone I puncture
Douglas Deaa of Haines is for the Meeker
City weekend from FSU. Ralph
12.27) $12.27 and a sating .of' 25 lb. bag. II Make ordinary repairs without dismounting
visiting his uncle and Plus Cartoon
aunt, Mr. Gene for Children
Howe has been
$15.17 per 100 Ibs. It is needlessfor Dry Calf Startena is kept before I. and :Mrs. J. E. Hardy and family.Mr. spendingthe Cooler running no tube to chafe

me to say which of these programs calf from 3rd day to 4 and Mrs. past two weeks with his Fri. Sat. Aug. 12 13 3.T Cord 'I
will S. J. Douberly of brother, Raymond Howe Jr.. in S More recaps on stronger Body
put more money months old. Hay is given after
Lakeland spent Tuesday to Satur- St. Augustine.Mrs. DOUBLE FEATURE S treed Iife24'better
pocket. To make ppJ..47clonger
)0Ur really the 2 months old.
day of last week with their daughter. (
most out of your operation In addition to getting bigger, Mrs. C. J. Houpt and Dr. Jacqueline lloorer and Mrs.H. Spy Chasers
Join the band-wagon of smart E. Tucker were in I
4 months. Leo Huntz Hall
growthier calves at Houpt. Gorcey -
hog men by getting on the Purina -I this is easier to less Jacksonville Saturday. j --"GOODMA SERVICE STATION I'
Program. I plan use, DRESS SALE AT 5IARTILVS, I ANDSavage t "S '
troublesome with scours and
Dress FrontierWith
regular price Extra TALL FOR BIDS I I'
Yours for the asking. costs less far less. $1.00.Mr. Sealed bids will be received by the SEEBER D. GOODMAN
\\1 Board of Bond Trustees of the City Allan Rocky Lane I

JIM CHASTEEN and Mrs. V. W. Strickland of Starke Starke,, Florida Flordia,,until at the 7:00 City o'clock Hallin Plus Serial Chap. 11 Cartoonfor U. S. 301 at South City Limits !,

are visiting his parents, Mr. and P.M., on Monday the 15th day of Children

. . Mrs. V. W. Strickland Sr. in Day- August AJX, 1J55 at which will time be Starke, Fla. I
W.V.V.VJ all bids received
.1 and-place
. tona Beach this week. publicly opened and read aloud for It

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................. ...................... .... tend this invitation to the Clay 29 day of August 1SSS; Carl Johns. City Clerk City of terests of the City of Starke.
otherwise the allegations of said Starke. Florida marked "FURNISH .
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED bounty teachers also. Complaint will be taken as con. ING AIR COMPRESSOR AND AIRRECEIVERS" City of Starke Florida '. --: -=- .- ::::: .
fessed ---- -- --- - -
Summer Visitors xon. and delivered through 7/29 3t 8/12
This notice small be published the mail or otherwise to the officeof
Daniel and Louise McRae
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY are once each week for four consecutive I the City Clerk. City HalL
/isiting relatives and friends in weeks: in the Bradford County Tele. All proposals shall be based on a NOTICE TO BIDDERS FACTORY ENGINEERED
Proposals will
graph. received by the
Bj Ozora Johnson Editor Starke. She will be rememberedis point of delivery of equipment at City of Starke.
I Dated this 27 day of July 1J55. the City of Starke Florida. Florida until 5 P.M.
Louise Gilchrist, sister of Rev. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby (Eastern Standard Time) on August FACTORY
The City reserves the right to APPROVED
...................AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..J Clerk of the Circuit Court informalities 12, 1955 for the Furnishing of
waive in any bid; to
and Mrs. A. R. Randolph. They
By Marian L Battery Charger and Batteries for
Crosby Deputy Clerk reject any or all bids in whole or
gummer Picnic I(I trial Memorial College and Be- now reside in Delray Beach.They 7/29 4t 8/1'| )in part with or without cause Power in these Plant specifications.Each as listed and. described SERVICE PARTS

The culminating activity of the I thune-Cookman College and has will leave this week to visit oth- NOTICE TO APPEAR and/or judgment to accept will be the for bids the that best in in-its bid shall be submitted in

summer program was a delightful taught Business Education at !r relatives and friends in Mcclae IVCI"lt Ce Bradford Coaaty, terest of the City of Starke Flori- duplicate and shall be addressed to
picnic at beautiful Lake Whit Richard Murray High School St. Ga.Sally Moses FloridaIa Cortes Chancery.Plaintiff vs. Henri. da. CITY COUNCIL Starke Johns Florida City, marked Clerk City"FURN of 'Washing Painting Repairing Reconditioning
more at Camp Blanding on Fri. Augustine. She comes to us highly Randolph and Gail are etta Cortes Defendant. City of Starke Florida. ISHING OF BATTERY CHARGER

day July 29. qualified and will serve as secretary visiting with relatives and friendsin Notice T* AppearTo Case No. 10-llOf 7/29 St 8/12 AND through BATTERIES"the mail or, and otherwise delivered to 'Wrecker Service

The volunteers responsible forth to Principal Thompkinsand I Tampa. Sally is a 10th grade : Henrietta Cortes, whose residence CALL FOR BIDS FOR the office of the City Clerk City
planning and services at R. teach business education to I student of R. J. E. and pianistof Avenue.and New address Rochelle is:New 16 Drake York. DISASSEMBLING! SHIPPING AND All proposals shall be based on a

J. E. were chairman Alma Jenkins high school students and adultsin Greater Allen Chapel AJlLE.: You are hereby notified that a REINSTALLING FIVE-1000 KW I point of delivery of equipment at BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
suit for divorce DIESEL GENERATOR UNITS the City of Starke Florida.
Pauline Marshall, Mabel Battle the evening. Church. has against FOR TESTING; AND STARTER

Essie( Holland Dorothy Wilson Summer Study Ends Willie James Lumpkin Jr. ne- above named Court and you cause In and Sealed CITY Proposals OF STARKE.will FLORIDA be receivedby waive The Informalities City reserves in the any right bid; to to BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR

Queenie Green More than Principal Price of Thurston I phew of Calvin Lumpkin, is visiting your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com of the City Council. City of Starke. in reject any or all bids in whole or LINING

fifty persons were in attendancefrom Elementary reports nothing but, the city from Adel Ga. Willie plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Florida until 5:00: P.M. (Eastern or part to accept with or the without bids that cause in and/its FENDER SALES BATTERIES
Gerald R. Standard Time) August 12th. 1955.
Starke. work and plenty of it at Florida I James is a 10th grade student Jacksonville Hart. 202 Florida Smith BuildIng for Disassembling: Shipping and Reinstalling I Judgment will be for the best REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL

The Lawtey volunteers that A and M: University, Tallahassee. and plans to return for school the an<-rile. the original rn the office Five 1000 KW Diesel da.terest of .the city of Starke in-I BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
'I of the Clerk Generator Units for the City of
her term last of this month. Aunt Ella ;< 'Circuit Court CITY COUNCIL
took the leadership included: Patrons She has been writing on or before the Starke. Florida.All ,
Strong Clark and True reports and doing quite a bit of II I says Willie James has been a lot 29 day of August 1955; material and equipment furnished City of Starke Florida
i I otherwise the and all work performed shall 7/29 3t 8/12
Love Smith. A capacity bus load research. Principal Price expectsto of company for Uncle "Koot"while Complaint will allegations be taken as confess of said be in accordance with the specifications Complete Lubrication Service

end several cars came from Law be awarded the Master of he is convalescing from his ed by you. and contract documents per
Science in Education this sum I broken leg.Professor. This notice! shall be Published taining thereto which may be examined PEST CONTROL DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
once each week for four consecutive at the office of the City
tey.Principals Anderson and Thomp- I Angie Franklin of weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Clerk, Starke Florida and at the I
mer.No 'graph.. offices of Reynolds Smith & Hills Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
kins were pleased with the refreshments I less burdened is Susanne :Worthington Springs consolidated Dated this 26 day of July. 1955 Architects and Engineers 227 Park TERMITESALL :

which included as Williams teacher of primary school has just returned to the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby. Street. Jacksonville Florida. Spec
I We Can On
I Arrange Financing Major Repairs
Circuit ifications be
Marian Court may purchased from
could eat at Hampton Training city after an extended visit with Crosby
much sea food as one grades By I* Deputy Clerk the above mentioned Architects and GROVE
plenty of chicken salad lemon school, who expects to completethe two sisters, Fozzie Lyons and 7/29 4t 8/19 Engineers for the sum of $%.'0 per SPRAYING i

ade and cake. required courses for the B. Evelyn Coleman both of Detroit, TO APPEAR copy.mit bona General fide contractors bids and return who sub.the Florida Pest Control HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR' CO.

Over 100 persons participatedin S. degree in elementary educa Mich. While there she visited t. Circa C*""*. Bradford C..t,., documents in good condition will

the summer activity programin tion.Earl many points of interest that in- MargarettLynchyPlaintiff, vs. Vin be many refunded as two the(2)above complete cost sets for as of & Chemical Co. i 600 Temple Are =gj||| Phone 69

each school center. Supervisor E. Minott music specialistof cluded the border areas of Cana cent F. Lynch. Defendant. specifications.A Phone Franklin 6-6035

Johnson helped in Lawtey and th ; county 13 doing further da. Rev. J. P. Franklin is delighted Notl.e To Case No. 10-1098 bid bond properly executed by 21 N. W. 16th Ave.
education at to have his family home after To the bidder and by a qualified Surety YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER
R. J. E.School study in elementary : Vincent F. Lynch or a certified or cashier's checkon Gainesville Fla.

Opens A and M., Roosevelt Dell has having led the life of a bachelorfor Avenue.idence and New address is: 1683eYork any National Bank in a sum not Call for estimate _. t.
York. less than five -- -- -
(5 -
%) percent of the I --
in social the month. and
five hours past Kelly ;
wonderingwhen completed :;
are You .
Many parents are hereby amount bid made payable -
to -
notified that a' the >- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- ----- -
they will be freed from the studies at Bethume-Cookman College Mae B. Scott have as house guest suit for divorce City of Starke. Florida must accompany -

daily noises and activities of the Elmer Shell will complete their sister Mahali Salter, of above named fUed Court against and you cause In and that the Didder each bid will as not a guarantee withdraw

children at home. You have exactly nine hours in physical educationat Belleglade. you are required to serve a copy of from the competition after opening
Btthune-Cookman, Rachel Church News your answer or pleading to the corn- the bids, an three weeks before we will ,-- plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney tract is awarded to the Bidder he
begin sharing your children with Donald has been studying at Florida Greater Antioch Baptist Church Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. Box 81. will within ten (10) days thereafter VISIT CALL WRITE

you. We hope that you will have I Normal to complete requirements Rev. Alphonso Jenkins, pastor" and Gainesville tile the original Florida, In the office enter required into bond contract failing and furnish which the he

them end their vacations by Aug. in elementary education.We began revival on August 1. All the Clerk of the Circuit Court on of shall forfeit deposit as liquidated
at wish for all of these fine and or before the damages. The Bid Bond and Per
register the ministers congregationsof
28 so that they may
29 INC.
day of August. 1955; formance Bond are required to be MARION COMPANY
their respective schools on Mon teachers in Bradford success and the entire city are invited to otherwise the allegations of said secured from an agency of the FINANCE

day Aug. 29. hope that they will make "A's" participate in the prayer meet 'Complaint by you.will be taken as Confessed which Surety agency or Insurance shall have an Company estab .,

Adult ClassesIt that will mean more than "ab ings and nightly services. Rev. This notice shall be published lished place of business in the Cityof

is still not too late to enroll sent minded." We look forwardto Jenkins feels that a "soul saving tlve once weeks each week In the for Bradford four consecu- conduct Starke business and be therein.duly licensed to P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE _

for adult education in Bradford ; greeting each of you on Mon campaign" is needed in Starke. Telegraph. Count Each bid shall be addressed to the

County. It is better to enroll day August 15. ,All Christians art asked to pray (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 26 day) Charles of July, 1955. City Council City of Starke Flor 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

early and get a full year of study. Hygiene Workshop that someone may be saved during By MarianleL of th. Deputy A. Darby Court ida ping marked and Reinstalling"Disassembling.five -Ship 1000 PHONE FR6.5333 COLLECT

The classes will not end until the According to School Supt. H. their revival meetings. No Crosby, Clerk KW Diesel Generator Units for the

,end of the regular school term P. Morgan a workshop is being special invitation will be extended 7/29 U 8/19 City of Starke. Florida", and be delivered -
to City Clerk City of
and will start again around July planned in mental hygiene by Dr. to the churches as this meth- ProposalsCwill TO be BIDDERS Florida, either by a representativeof

1, 1956. The registration fee is McComus of the Department of od is being used to invite the City of Starke Florida received until by 5 the the Bidder who shall obtain a receipt -
; therefor or by registered mail
$2 for the entire year. The fee Health In Jacksonville. Lecture general public. So come out. and (Eastern 12 ffcJ'S-.on. Aug-ust with return receipt requested.The .

will be used to purchase suppliesend I and films will be a part of the assist in Psalms and prayers to Air Compressors Air Receivers of City reserves the right to $25.00 LOANS $300.00
for Power waive informalities In any bid; to
materials for the operationof 'daily presentations. God for the saving of sinner and In these Plant as listed and described reject any or all bids in whole or

the program. Each person will Supervisor Johnson has communications the righteous to repentance. During Each speclt1cationB.submitted in part with or without cause and/
duplicate andsshallbbe Into or to accept the bids that in its
purchase his own books and keep from the State Depart the entire week of August 1 addressed judgment will: be for the best in

them. Bring a pencil notebookand ment of Education in Tallahassee the Antioch Church will be in -- .
- -- -- '
dictionary each Tuesday and indicating that field services will I charge of services and prayer -- -- -- -,,- -- -- -- "--- --. __ ___ __ __ ___ __ _._ __ _. __ n __ __ _. ___ .-- -_ o __'__n. -,

Thursday. Two classes are goingon be given by Dr. Victor B. John meeting. On Monday night after -- 'n -
: one at Lawtey taught by A. son on Tuesday August 16 to all the second Sunday Dr. F. W. IIIBIJ' l 'ANSBRO-UGFd w

B. Anderson and R. J. E. taughtby teachers in the county while W. Williams moderator of the First / __ HANS. : f f :, __ __ ;

O. R. Johnson. For your delight E. Combs, supervisor of Negro Central Association will be in __ :

enroll tonight! secondary schools, will work at 1 charge. May we expect you to attend

Classes in typing will begin I R. J. E. high school, and Super these services?

Tuesday Aug. 16. The new teacher visor Minnie Hall Fields will Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. STARKE "North Florida Growing Industrial Area" .- BRADFORD COUNTY

hails from St. Augustine She work with the elementary teacherson Church will hold regular servicesall

is Bettie Home, graduate of Fort August 17. These appointmentshave day Sunday. Rev. John Groover

Valley State College further been confirmed by Dr. Sam pastor, will be in charge. Sun- ABSOLUTE UNRESERVED

study at Florida A and M University Moorer and Mr. D. E. Williams of day School at 10 a. m. with Supt.

and Bethune-Cookman the State Department of Educa Homer Williams, presiding. We 160-Acre Suburban Ranch-Farm li 285-Acre Highway 100

College. She has served as secretary tion. Teachers of Union County regret to report that President

at Florida A and M University have been invited to participatein Elizabeth Givens of the Missionary Ranch-Farm

Florida Normal and Indus- our workshop. We plan to ex- Society and teacher of 1 1/ .Story, 3-Bedroom Residence Large Highway Frontage

the adult class is ill and was not e
able to attend the District Con Homesites

ference held recently in Lake But

.. -'I "w--- ler. Rev. Groover was our representative
along with Rev. A. R. 9-1 'P.M. -

Randolph, who was the builder of
lASH!! VARD [ 80 Acres with Native Grasses N Home
i the church in Lake Butler. Both Each Side of Highway 229 Improved w

I reported a very inspirational con ... It.ahlt Also Selling Tractor, Cattle, Mules, Chickens Tractor, Angus Cows, Cattle, Shoats, Mare, Etc.

'" ference. ford prVBttI"ned fcuceekkful operation oC our fine 1 GO-A ere BradBealtT -
County n* '?: Thrtttorf we have commissioned the HANSBHOIGH National Due to the fact that other interests require our fall time elsewhere, we have
} Stork Visits d ut'tloa Company to *'". to tile highest and best bidder without re.ena.h authorized the HANSBHOIGH National Realty & Auction Company to sell our
far tBij rs It's another grandson for Sophia tlo., our hn.K.STke home and produt'the land at ABSOLUTE Arc'rION, on Bradford County holdings, at ABSOLUTE, UNRESERVED! AlCTIOV, .. the premises -
premises' oa Tuesday. August 9. beginning at 1:00 P.M. Entire property will to the highest and best bidder. These consist of our highly improved 285.03acre
Royal president of R. J. E.school's be open for I."putlon after 10 '.'!. oa this d.,.. Representatives 01 the Auction RANCH-FARM, approximately one-half ..lIe.D Highway 100. lust fear miles
Company will be 011 the of Starke, to be divided so that you may purchase beautiful large nigh-
P. T. A. She is visiting .
Ju"t 3/4 mile from IIroandll."a" 0 2 from the h.art.of frontage homcsltes, or the home and large farm and then an opportunity will
with the baby daughter :Mildred Iowa tat the Bradford County Court house). on Highway :'.'9! about 1V4 miles Went be given to purchase as a whole. Also selling tractor farming equipment, cattle,
(Royal Cowart of Philadelphia. of l. s. 301. This farm ban approximately M>-aere. with all Improvements on the hogs etc. I
east side of III&h"a 22 9. and the unimproved 8O-aere, wonderful pasture laud Several thousands of dollars have been spent In Improving this ranch, formerly -
f Mildred and her new son are doing and timber lies on the opposite side of the road. These two SO-aere traets will be known as the H. A. Green place, with fine new' Dutcand of pas
fine. offered separately and *" whole to suit your needswhether It be for the SO- ture. ApproximatelyiOacres of native grasses Pensacola Bahla
with Indigo Clover and Crimson CUover. Ideal for stock and there thick
: acre Improvements, or M>-acres without improvements. grain are two *
:741,11111 It's a grandson for the Leon One and one-half eta of large pine and cypress with a natural barn and windbreak. The entire
rexidence has
story 6 rooms Including; 3 bedrooms, full bath
property fenced and cross-fenced with practically mew wire and strands of barb
ard Crawfords of Lawtey. Mother and additional KhOHer-bnth. Large screened parches on two IIld... This will be
on top to hold hogs and cattle.
sold partially furnUhed. inventory of which will be There Is
1 1M given the buyer.
and son are doing fine in Jack also a 5-room house with bath which is presently rented. A 3-room and bath The ranch has. ail necessary buildings, Including tool sheds etc., for Its snecessfal -
sonville and expect to return to pottage will also sell furnished. Each house has hot water heater and is wired operation.This
will present an exceptional opportunity to bathe heart of North
Bradford County in a few weeks.E. for IB addition electric range.there U AH property Is In very good condition both inside and out. Florida's growingagricultural, and industrial area, a highly Imprvied ranch-farm.
a and ,
garage carport milk shed and other build-
; 1 I Burney is a teacher of third lags Water '" electrically pumped from two wells. Five large necessary oak trees provide a home snrburbaa to Starke, the county ".lIt. or horarsltea of your own choosing .
on the main thoroughfare from North Florida to Palatka, Daytona Beach and the
an abundance of shade. All these
improvements, and 16-aeres for cultivation
and fourth grade at Lawtey Atlantic East Coast.
are located on the 80-aeres. on the east side of Highway ::U.
I Training school of which C. C. The west SO-acren are most suitable for livestock range with ample pasture ALSO TR4CTOR. TOOLS. LIVESTOCK
Anderson is principal. Mildred for approximately 33 head of rattle. Also Includes excellent timber. You may buy separately or as many as you wish of the following: items .f
Eleven-acres of mature and productive trees (approximately :::n prop.rllonal tractor
pecan property and disc trailer six black Angus cows with calves at
Turner teacher of second grade,, vide a substantial addition to the income afforded by the Farm-ranch operation side, three Heifers, two milk (cows elaht head of grade cattle, two grade cow with
)'IrrbffJi1 I Ia is matriculating at Florida A ALSO SELLING LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT. ETC. calves; 59 shunts, ten 110"11' mare etc.Furniture .
her masters An opportunity will be given to purchase separately from the real estate, a In the home Is Included la the Auction .
and M University on tractor and all its accessories consisting disc, planter and two sets of plows. TERMS: UC down at Auction! balance, to be announced.
degree. She expects to be the God AUo a :-".f'.1 trailer and :1 bend of good rattle, mule and 50 chickens, etc, etc.
TERMS :o% down at Auction! b.l.n'e..1I cash or liberal terms to be announced. MR. AND MR. CHAS. A. SHELLEY,
arrival in the
mother of the new Mil. AND MRS. 31. L. LAWSON. Owners. MR. AND SIRS I. T. LIONS: Owners.
a ._ II/ You TRADE NOW (j Burnev family. She will return
n --
I*.o the.county for duty on August 400-ACRE MADISON COUNTY RANCH W

e for a 4wtw""jOi1 I 15. Saturday August 6 1P.M.


I. Clrenlt Conrt. Bradford Coanty. -Acre A. C. Blsscll Farm. Beautiful waterfront nomesites,
Located on Highway 53 Just 10 miles North of Madison and 15: miles South of highway
Florida la Chancery. Qnltman, Georgia '/ miles front Camp Cherry Lake and near the Florida-Georgia plots, baby farms 4bedroombsth home. One-half mile water front-
Floor Furnace Pearl Lunet Terry Benson. Plaintiff State LI... Camp Cherry Lake Is a fishing and swimming, resort with a fine community Offered alt. o.In 11.530.; at Boggy Creek Bridge. I mi. East of Klsslmmee.
vs. Alvin Benson Defendant tracts and as a whole.
Case No. 10-1106 club house where 4-H clubs center their North Florida activities. Here
alto Is a garage store church and large new grade school.
\tlee AppearTo
Alvin Benson whose residenceand The land Is level to rolling, rich sandy loam soil with a clay base 300-acrei are In
: cultivation and 100-aerem In woodland no waste land. Ideal for rattle and livestock,
address Is: Unknown:
grain and track farming cotton and tobaecv 43 acres tobacco allotment. Due to the
I There's money in that old stove or other heating equip suit You for are hereby notified that a mild climate la this area, cattle, sheep, hones, hogs and poultry fair well all year Friday 12 1 P.M.
Dent! We'll pay you just to TRADE early, and guarantee Divorce round, with a minimum amount of winter feeding. This farm I. also ideal for growing August at
tnek vegetables, grains and
other garden
watermelons grasses
peanuts corn potatoes
yourself "central heating" comfort this winter! Hurryoffer hat been filed against yon In the ... and at.t'ke... located
with markets la both Madison and Q.It. Loading chutes are Sunset
above named Court and cause Plf Raal'lI. Hw*. I* at. Xart'4H".e.
Large Lake
frontage, 25
for limited the Madison and Qaltman end of the farm.Crossfencing _,
good time only! of oa S. Orlando.
you are required to serve a copy la good condition. Ample Many bldgs, choice clientele good Income, ideal 1..
line fencing
your answer or, Bl* dlngr to the la new wire and posts cation; everything sells; boats, horses, equipment. I.raft.re.de.. as
for some 150 to ZOO head .f cattle in addition a
complaint the Plaintiff water supply available at all time. to care whole or separately.
on T. David Burns. 308 te other livestock aad farm needs. A aner.f.IUBe creek, fed hf two never-dry
Get One Of These Coleman Oil Floor .
Guaranty Life EuildingJackson- springs, runs nearly the entire length of the farm. Also a well on each e.d of the
ville. Florida farm and two ponds and a creek on the property. The abundant water supply has provided -
and file the original In the officeof water to others daring extreme dry weather.
.and GUARANTEE YOURSELF Winter Comfort!
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Water electrically pumped to new 2-bedroom home whichIs of white asbestos.
shingle. This home rests on n knoll overlooking approximately one mile ef the highway.Contains
before theWash
I IAW or large pine-paneled. living room with archway to dining room Roomy kitchen Watch For Dates
.....h fey T.H.aewAIColemaa'e"Sup.Clrtulatiann .- -- has double sink with steel cabinets. Each of the 2 bedrooms, connected by tub and
bath shower have walk-in closets. Bath has linen closet nnd mirrored medicine eab-
; v n + a i - -- -- -- I...,. All rooms are nicely decorated have riling light fixtures floarescent lighting Hotel Alefana downtown B..lta.11. II...,.. 3411. Retail stores, .tt. Many
I oil floor furnace Reheats air in kitchen. Venetian blinds on all windows" a total of 17. Hardwood floors throughout other homes. business .pp.rt..ltlu I. grawl.g Central Fla.. East Coast
circulates. it 85% faster Your Clothes the house. Heated daring the few necessary short periods, by Dearborn heater with vacation land Florlda'a Golden Gulf Wt C..t. Industrial 'ple.lt.r.1 -
North Florida and
\ large outside Butane gas tank. Investment I. other States
I Spreads warmth to farthest The 4 2 acre tobacco allotment has produced an excellent crop this present season
comer. Never lets floor-level \ and will be housed to a 6-acre tobacco barn. "bo. fine 32x30' pack house good barn
B Founds implement shed and other outbuilding to accomodate the necessities for this largeranchfarm.
air fet cold Coleman Low. a

Draft burner wring EXTRA' ; The entire farm has been stamped and Is in perfect condition to cultivate with Turn Your Holdings Into Cash
beat from oil! For tractor, combine and rotary.
The present tenants, who live In the tenant house on the property, are availablefor
y the new owner, if desired. If yon hare nay worthwhile Idle ..
4et. FREE Bleach If Desired! Here In this choice section of North Florida Is found the best hunting for fox coon wish t. .eta rest estate or badness that
tlal I T.W or Dual Wall Mod- you tun into cask qulekly;
the .
;use H* !iBROl'GH *. ,
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possum, rabbit, squirrel and birds. .. Method, proses al.l' 1811 .e
Take BO "living" space, Inspect the property thoroughly after 10:00 A.M. TERMS% down at Auction; Bay and Sell. V.e only have few t. lae the Safe-Fast.S.r..Falr Way t.
a dates
install easily. Dual vail model ,x eWe 'balance Lou may pay all cash or assume existing mortgage. ('e.tart a. at once for I.tt'nlew and inspection remaining open I. Aaggt
i MRS. MABEL BOYER Owner. 'UptI..
(right) fits in wall, between i 1f' Phone COLLECT Orlando 3-8633, l\1tu 3-47p.

itwo rooms. Both models circulate af Will (Write for Descriptive Brochure)
heat throughout home a ;

\ See tREE Jentutratita today a Dry Your Clothes All Of The Terms: 201

} For 20cIn
.Tory ftrmt-i Tara to fcyl t AboveProperties Down at allAuctions

New Automatic Driers!

Pay as ;
2.50little e e
as per \vk.GAY'S e
Open forInspection t Balance to

HOME APPLIANCESPhone The Washeteria .' s- : Be Announcedafter

10 a.m. on Grounds i

10 Court & Madison Sts., Temple Ave. Starke Let Us SELL for You i

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Springs with :Mrs. Starling'smother I once each week for four consecutive -i i(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
DEDAN BAPTISTA same time. Don't forget Young yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyGRAHAM I week In the Bradford County:!' Clerk of the Cireult Court
Peoples meeting every Saturday Mrs. E. Hines, who is ina Telegraph. j i.By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I
revival at the Dedan Baptist night at 8. Rev. H. C. Martin, serious condition. Dated this 11 day of July, 1955. 4/15 It 3,5ALVAREZ'

Church will start August 10, be- pastor.CTTYTTTYYTTYTYYYYYYTYfff. Mrs. Robert Coleman of Talla-
11111 I ...,.
ginning at 7:30 p. m. with a song hassee visited the Campanelloslast
.JCHURCHES service. Services will begin at 8 I I Jlrs. John McKlnney1A.wAAAAAA.uAAAAAAu.a week. I STORE Men's Clothing {I

.' p. m., with the Rev. John Dix of :Mrs. P. Martineau is on the Established 189-1 wa i.That's

Lake City serving as evangelist. sick list this week. _
Pastor Lacy Conway said every- STATE FARMBy Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stokes visited -, Mr. and Mrs. John Willis of

one is invited to the revival in Miami last week. Nichols visited his parents, Mr.
At The TabernacleMessages Presbyterian ChurchSat. Mrs. O. E. Crosby Colen M. Rathff. who is em- and Mrs. A. Willis, last week. I Our BusinessIf

I SINGING CONVENTION ployed in Gainesville, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Willie Strickland ,
of appreciation for ., Aug. 6-9 a. m. to noon, weekend with his parents, Mr. of Ft. :McCoy, and Mr. and Mrs. !
the music being broadcast for Barksdale's, The Bradford Union Singing I I i: CALL WRITE or VISIT
Bake Sale (in front of Birthday Party and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff. E. Strickland of Nichols visited
shut-ins on the Saturday night sponsored by Women of the Convention will hold a sing in the Mrs. 0. E. Crosby entertainedwith Mrs. Albert Sparks and Mrs. friends and relatives here last !i
Youth Program and other Taber- Raiford Baptist Church Sunday at' a birthday party for her week. I Joe Peters Glass Co.
Church. Adult Choir practice 3 Crenshaw, both of Gainesville,
nacle services are being received. I 2:30 p. m. Everyone is invited. Cain, .
I granddaughter, Eddy Faye visited friends and relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Jerrell
It is the purpose of these broad- p.- m. Tuesday afternoon, the occasion last week. visited friends in Georgia last i FOR ANY GLASS NEED

casts to bring a little cheer and' Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn f,1 vvyT1yTvyvvy,1,1BAYLESS being Eddy Faye's ninth birthdaY.! Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Starlingand week. Grandma Jerrell is now: We Design Modern Store Fronts

comfort to shut-insein the neigh' ing Worship 11 a. m., sermon by Seven little guests attended. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. P. Starling, all visiting her son and family in I! Just Mail I Us A Pattern for
borhood. Others are invited to Rev. R. W. Nelson. Penney Farms. HMAY\ :Mrs. Crosby was Mrs. of Gainesville, visited Mrs. Kate Jacksonville. I Table Tops

participate held. in the services being Union Evening Worship 8 p. m. I Clarice Thompson.Miss Starling Saturday afternoon.Mr. I Charley Frazier of Miami was i 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

First Presbyterian Church, with By Anna Ruth Crosby Peggy Henderson was the and Mrs. Ike Lefever and the weekend guest of his parents,I

sermon by Rev. John Dickson, guest of the. Hudsons last week. daughter. Margie spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazier. I. -.- ... _OIL- --0- -.-,-.-....
Hi-Way Chapel supply minister. We are sorry to report that end in with Tom Lefever Horace McKinney is working in 1"--
Tuesday, 8 p. m., circles of the Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Martin and Miss Linda Kay Alvarez has beenon Gainesville now.ON'EFORALL. \\I I
and family. DRAPES t.-
Assembly of God Women of the Church meet as family and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby the sick list for the past week. :

follows: No. 1 with Mrs. T. A. Crosby were in Jacksonville last Mr. and :Mrs. P. S. Crews hadas Mrs. Joe Cail spent two weeks i i o r rI
School at 10a. vacation the Florida Farm SLIP COVERS 11
Sunday:, Sunday Yawn; No. 2 with Mrs. Charles Saturday. weekend guests her niece, Miss from I Ball Point Pen
m., a class for Wor- No. 3 with Mrs. Lester Colony at her home here. I
age. Ward
every ; Richard Rowe of Taft is spend- atrica Willard of Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Bradford !
ship Hour, 11 a. m. EvangelisticHour Crews at the Mitchell cottage on ing a while with Vincent Kelly. .and Mrs. D. L. Shaw AUburndale'l i Mrs. Julia Crews has returned County Telegraph. I UPHOLSTERY II
home after visiting relatives
S p. m. Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmans Mrs. Lewis Francis I
Regular Prayer Meeting and entertained with a birthday partyfor who have spent the last six weeks Florida and Georgia.Mr. NOTICE TO APPE.RI. 4 i Beautiful Fabrics Elegant Styling a i
8 Missionary :
Thursday: p. m., will not be I and Mrs. V. L. Circuit COlin Bradford County i Perfect s
Junior Choir practice their daughter, Deloris, last with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. McKinneyof Florida IB Chiarerr. Tailoring \
Preaching Service. held due to absence of the pastor, Friday night. Refreshments were E. Crews, left for her home in Gainesville and Miss Helen Helen Theresa Cagney. Plaintiff, vs. I i I
Saturday: 3 p. mn Children's Rev. W. S. McAliley. He. will return served to the 50 young people who Maryland last Thursday.Mrs. I I Burns of Tryon N. C. were din- ,Charles. Franklin Case Cagney No., Defendant. 10-10SO- CALL PEG at 239 I

Story and Recreation Hour. to his pulpit on Sunday, enjoyed the evening with the hon-. O. E. Crosby and daughter, ner guests of Mr and Mrs. John Notice To Appear ;i
To Charles Franklin Cagney.
Aug. McKinney last Sunday.
1 oree.Miss Miss Beverly Jo and Misses Martha whose residence and address is: 1606 For Advice
__ I Martha Winkler of Starke, Winkler and Mary Alyce Mrs.: Myrtie Osteen of Miamiis 17th Street. Washington. D. C. f fI fI fI fI
I visiting her brother and sister- You are hereby notified that a
Misses Mary Alyce, Beverly ,
Crosby and Mrs. Floyd Crosby unit for
__ and Anna Ruth Crosby, Mr. and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Star- Divorce
and daughter Anna Ruth, and
Mrs. and Buie has been filed against you In the
FIRST Bobby Crosby,
BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE son, Russell, were business visitorsin ling.Mr. above named Court and cause and
Crosby attended the Grand Ole Jacksonville last Thursday.If and Mrs. Bobby Surrencyof you are required to servo a rope of
Opry in Jacksonville last Friday Tampa spent the weekend herewith Hans G. Taenzler, Jr., 109 Law I
resident has ,
FLA. any news please Exchange Building Jacksonville
night. leave it in Box 38. relatives. Florida. I
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand John Surrency spent Saturday your answer or pleading to the com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney I
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor family of Jacksonville were visiting his brother, Billy, who is and file the original In tAe office of Chas. C. Shepherd
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- a patient in a Jacksonville hos- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I v

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Crosby last Sunday.Mr. brook purse-size fountain pens in pital.Mr. otherwise before the the 15 day allegations of August.of 1955 said; I I

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford I and Mrs. Perry Starling Complaint by will be taken as confessed TV Radio Free Estimates
entertained at their County Telegraph. Sunday afternoon in you.
home last spent High This notice shall be published-..
I Friday night with a hamburgerfry .. w
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. for the young people of Bay- ,

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:43 P.M. less Hiway Church. Games were
enjoyed by about 25 young peo- I t
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. ple.
I Mrs. Doris Ziegler and two
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVII at (children of Miami were visiting .\

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby last .

week.Mrs. 4.1
Thelma Conner was hos-
tess to a Stanley Party at her .
home recently.
Russell Crosby spent from Wed- i

REVIVAL nesday to Saturday in St. Luke's ,

hospital in Jacksonville for an .

operation on his foot, last week. ;':'. o a's

Robert Crosby and Misses Mary /
Beulah Missionary Baptist ChurchLocated Alyce Beverly Jo and Anna Ruth ,- 1i
Crosby were visiting in Jacksonville -

recently.Mrs. ..
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-' f' .
on Route 21, three miles South of Route 16 Raymond Crosby spentone ,-. ...
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in Jacksonville with .- .J
Sunday .'
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AUGUST 8 TO AUGUST 13 her sister recently. ,
Robert and Waverly Weber of
EVANGELIST Jacksonville are spending a while (, s'a
with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cros- ,
t : \ \ ,
by.The Vacation Bible School at a? rI I

of Lemon Heights Church, Palatka Bayless Hiway started recentlyand .

will run through this week.

Song Service 7:30 Preaching 8:00 Miss Betty Ann McCulla of Ala- ---.,rr "-
bama is helping. Commencement
exercises will be held tonight

Public Cordially Invited (Friday). .. %
Church services, B. T. U. Sun-
: ,
day school and prayer meeting

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--School's- Racial l good. Test Every Child Johns AnnouncesAs [;,-,.-. Keystone many cards and and vicinty gifts for received the I! It .

I "One of the things we ought to during her illness. \ Sell Rent It Trade It

I!do is to test every child in Bradford City's ClerkCarl National "! 4 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hancock of :

County. to determine educa- pr-- g v Charlotte. N. C., and Lt. and '
ApprovedBy r-- :Mrs. John of Shreve- $ OO Monthly Tim" LOST-Key oham with ;3; or 6 keys
Study tional levels. This may show the Johns, clerk of the Cityof Guard :: \1rL i1 McHugh I Spare I and plastic rose emblem, be:
port, La., were recent guests of r tween poftofficr and J'hns
two groups on entirely different Starke for 23 years, this week Refilling and collecting money from' Ruby

levels. announced he is ,a candidate for 1-0 1A L( [:Mr. and .Mrs. W. J. Andre. I' our machines five in cent this High area. Grade Xo Selling.To Xnt. |I office Beauty Shop. Leave at Telegraph HP _

County UnitContinued "And the facts are that not one re-election in the September 13 Has FiveVacancies I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Ryan and qualify for work you must

additional student can be admittedto election. I children, recent guests of Mr. and I have oar. references, $$40 cash SMALT MODEKX PIANO for I secured by inventory. Devoting excellent liha )e. Just taken in on
( from Page One) Bradford High. There juztisnt "All I plan to do is tend to the E' Mrs. Chester :Moody, nave returned hours a week to business your trade. May be had for only $2i.CJ:! ) I
to their home. Kent Ryan end on percentage collections will down. I wish 1 had a dozen it-
to bloodshed. And he said the room for more students. job to the best of my ability," r ,. \ net up to $tOO monthly with very sell for this: low low jm.OO. See
Supreme Court "should not be the "We've got to study this thing. said Johns, who paid his $180 I and his nephew Tommy Bailey, good possibilities of taking overfull in Starke by writing or calling
also recent guests of the Moody's, time. Income increasing ac Gridley Music Co., Inc., 1025 V.University .
school '
board of the nation." It might wreck our system. qualification fee Monday. _
school \have returned to their home in cordingly. For interview, include Ave., GaineHill. Fla
State School Supt Thomas D.'I" Board Chairman J. E. Brown remarked native 4 phone in application. Write Ufhg _
Johns is a of Hampton, '
West Palm Beach. Royal Distributing Co.. Inc.. 1001
"the Supreme Courtdosen't __ ___
Bailey has recommended that the' vio i but he has resided in Starke since ; !i_ :Merrial and Merrian twin I Chestnut St., Phila. 7. Fa. FOR SALE-IO ft. Electric refr _
counties establish bi-racial committees care. If we can show !he was 13 years of age. Up gerator like ne\\\ J125 Tabl! ______
remarked that the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie I model TV including aerial
he large
to study the problem in lence. disturbed. I He first was elected as city The oath of office in Starke's National Guard unit was administered! Betts, who are on vacation in GIRL'S 26" BICYCLE for !sale $:5.1 J60. Wringer type washing ma- _

Florida. Board may be unduly clerk in 1932 and he has served Tuesday night to Paul E. Starling. 1'7. of Heilbronn Springs. Officer Little used. Mrs. Hrrnwall 714West chine $35. Electric portable sewing -
"The Supreme Court judges are I Sylacauga, Ala., visiting their Call. Itp machine $35. 7 qt. pressure
"Caught Short"County appointed by the president," he .continuously since October 1 of giving the oath is Lt. Col. Robert V. Link of Jacksonville, Battalion grandmother and aunt for the canner $15. Boys Sr. bytik 1 $2 _
that year. FOR REXT-:3 bedroom apt.. unfur- Hold framed mirror 20 <:2 $5
School Morgantold '
Supt. said. "If he runs for re-election, commander. The Starke unit, which has an authorized strength of I f past three weeks. are expected nished. Also 4-room apt., furnished. i Pop-up toaster two burner h." _

the Board Monday that "if he'll try to keep it dcwn until after -i "The City of Starke is undergoing 81 men, still has five vacancies. Men who enlist within the next I to return home soon.Mr. Private entrance. Both newly plates. bath room Malc.n X
I'm afraid we'll be i a great period of expan- : decorated. 3UI X. Walnut St. junk. .One owner. \". B 1'. \ in. _
we do nothing. election." 1 week will have the opportunity to attend camp, beginning August 13, : and Mrs. J. C. Williams: and 41'hlZ' v2' Lawte), Fla. Inquire at Standard
caught short in the event of a sion. said Johns referring to the I Station. ir\//
SIcCellan daughter, Joan, are guests of Mr.
at Ft.
test. About 100 Years! $750,000 bond issue for utility : Ala.. LOST Bimeh of keys in P.O. or
court and Mrs. N. C. Hardenbergh. They FOR REXT-To a couple. h.d-
Member L. T. Johns said sar- from P.O. to :Slrt X. Walnut St. tw
"We should have advisory discussion -i improvements soon to be floated. YYYYYYVVYYYYYYVyyyyyyyVVKeystone Mrs. Chester Moody on Brooklyn will remain here in Keystone fora Please return to P.O. Box 91, room modern furnished houi!! T\
castlt'ally- "The Supreme and
I telephone at Ran .
It should be dis Johns termed the expansion "a Starke. Boyer b Ui
groups. : has already shown that it's smarter Lake, have returned to their homein short time before returning to _16. Uaiford ltd. Starke. iu.-e: _
We big job, the largest ever under-
with PTA
cussed groups. Tampa. their home in Charleston, S. C. FOR REXT-Furnis-hed house on
than previous court. He FOR .
any .,
taken in Starke. large W
send out KingIt'Lake for month of
should questionnaires
1 E. and Mrs. John Masters Tusca- house Electric
Mrs. D. Bartley daughter of
added later that integration would range in good .m
August. Slstrunk's Feed & Seed
will be He added "There are bound to dition. Sell
determine whether there : $60 cash R. E
I Diane friends loosa, Ala. associate professorat Co. Itch
are visiting ,
about 100 .
enforcement "take time all right. be difficulties which can best be Hornsby. pkt. 1, Box 160. Sa"k _
violence, whether law I'd I and relatives in Biloxi :Miss. the University of Alabama, and <( years say. solved by a man with experience.I FOR fALEail xes-nural and
officers can maintain peace. Member H. A. Lawson sug- feel my experience will be needed Town Council I :Miss Elizabeth Holmes of Miss Dale Hansen of Philadelphia, City. Sistrunk's Feed & Seed: Co.Itchsr. I FOR 8.\LE-Psf'd sofa in g",.d ''n- _

We need factual evidence. gested a county-wide vote to determine to handle these prob-' The Town Council recently Brooklyn Bay is on vacation in recent guests of Col. Emma Vogel dition. 522 West Yadi",.,, A','
"You do like Talmadge and many
can Miami. have returned to their respective HP
sentiment on integration, ems."' adopted a budget of 523,735 for WANTED TO BUT tract of timber I
the other guys in Georgia, by Just homes. saw log size. Pay prices or LAKE FRONT
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Andersenof top PROPERTY FOR
but the Board took no formal ac 1955-56. This is
The clerk's term extends about $7,000 above
city shares Give and
sounding off against the Court. saw on. price \LE-Phone J501. Anna S .lames
aver a last year's budget. Greenville, S. C., are guests of location. E. P. Maynard. Reddish. Realtor. Keystone Hel ht".
That may be a good thing politically tion.Morgan said the Negro view of two-year period. The millage was raised from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgen. W. C. T. U. Fla. 2tpS/12:! ltp1.t.E
but doubt &
I they're doing any FEMALE HELP W4XTED -
the problem would be presented by V. E. Thornton Seeks 8 I to 10 on property assessed at Jackie Scott of New Britain, 'I -rooming business make

"',.UI'IIIi'I"tI'iIII.III, ', an existing five-member committee $781,469, town treasurer C. H.: Conn., is a guest of his grand-' ALCOHOLISM. PECAN FA KM WITH COMFORTABLE opening available for responsih-!
10 l'ERCEXTIORE: PREVALENT man or woman with car tn a"on i
headed by Prof. A. O. Jenkins, Re-Election As ChiefW. Haberstroh said. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dwyer hOME: farm women in Bradford iun-

ALL GASOLINE former RJE principalThe The citizens of Keystone are for the month of August. THAN TUBERCULOSIS. ty. Full or spare time. Opportunity -
50 PERCF.XT :MORE I'RE'j'ALEXT "It Arrr pecan farm and 3 liedruom I to make U) a day. Writ.
proposed testing of every E. (Ebb) Thornton, Starke's justly proud of their City Couiu]Jackie! was recently awarded the modern homewith furniture Mc.Ness Company. P. O R \ :2768

RETAILERS Bradford child if national trendis chief of police for the past six cil headed by Mayor L. Beasley. Eagle Scout Badge in the Scout Tills CANCER. I miir from !Mark.-. '::.OOO.flO DeSoto Station. MemphiT.'nn
a i 225 }'ERCEXTIORE: PREVALENT dunn pa)......, balaarr nltkln I
valid will show Negro students I years, has announced his candi- The co-operative spirit of the! Jamboree held in, Washington.;! the ,.ar". Up
dacy for re-election to a fourth council is making Keystone of D. C.Mrs.. I POLIOMYOLITIS. -
Important lagging from two to five grades A. J. THOU ISAV. i WANTED
behind on educational levels. Some term in the coming September the most outstanding communitiesin E. W. Dwyer wishes to! NATIONAL fVOICE H. K\VKLL I
city election.So thank her friends here in ( ) tlAMJRKUS: I
authorities say this is due to deficient Florida in which to work and many Heal Kklate:: Broker Listings In $2,000 and $4,000

far, Thornton is the only live. It has gained wide publicity
The Allied Gasoline Retailers educational background and 3.15 T.wplee.. Pkome 3S3StarLe Bracket. Hate Buyers Walt-
is not an inherited trait. candidate to pay the $156 qualifying throughout many parts of the XOTICK Florida

Association of Florida fee for the office of chief. nation. Notice is hereby given that the following described land will be Ing. Other Ustings Appreciat

Keystone is proud of its beau- sold at public auction on Monday the :22nd!:! day of August, 1955. at City ed. Free Open Listings.
will hold an important District Rotary Head Hall Lawtey, County of Bradford, State of Florida to pay the amount GUARANTEED Used Mens and Ladies -
Jack R. Smith Bids tiful homes and its up to date due for taxes herein set opposite to the name. together with all costs Watcher. $I down $1 a week

meeting at the City Hall. Makes Official Visit For business center on Lawrence of such sale and advertising. at Dahmers. tfchg Strout Realty
Job On
Boulevard. Visitors on vacation CITY OF L1WTEY WEST OF HULKOU)

Starke, Florida. on Friday, Sept. 13 ElectionJack here leave Keystone with a deep Dmrrlptlon Owner Taxes Keep Your InsuranceIN JOIIXIE IIAXSEX, Rep.
impression that it is the ideal 5 Miles South of Starke on 301
August 12. at 8 P.M. All W 75 ft. of Lots 5 and 6 Elk 4 J. n. Wall 20.5))
R. Smith, manager of the place to retire in the golden I Lots 7 and 8 Elk 6-L. Elk 2 1). B. Thomas 13.50 STARKE P. O. Box 307 Starke, Fla.
years of their lives. Rlk 15 Except Lot 1 W. F. Moore ..5i
gasoline retailers are most Starke branch of the Central Lots 7 and 8 Rlk 18 Pauline Torode 4.50
Florida Gas and Appliance Co. The citizens are high in their N'4 of Lot I and Lots 2, 7 and CHECK OUR RATES

cordially invited to attend. since 1951 this week qualified as praise for the action they took on I 8 of Elk 22 L. P. Rafuse 3.50 BEFORE BUYING
I N% of Blk 25 Eva Grant Est. 4.50
a candidate for the Starke City [putting the quietus on the pro- 1S% of Blk 25 Geo. F. Young Est 4.50
';-.. .:. :. .r Council. posal to tax the Clay Electric One Lot 23 Ft. X and S by 100 Membership: Fees
ft E and W on W. side of
Smith, 28, is making his first I Cooperation. The Co-op is a valuable -I I State Road J. L. Waters 16.50 Quick Claim Service

bid for public office. He seeks asset to Keystone and has Co mm. at a point 20 ft. N. of
I an annual payroll of $300,000 I Cor. of State St. and Lake Doyle E. CONNER
Now Open one of two seats which will be, a i I Ave. and on W. side of State

filled in the September 13 elec: year, which guarantees financial I :;;t. run X. 20 ft. W 70 ft. X. INSURANCE
stability to the community. A I 20 ft. W. 30 ft. X. 20 ft. E.
70 ft. to P.O.B. Alfonzo Griffis 23.00
SMITTY'SBARBER tion.Smith is a veteran of World ,great deal of credit is due the I Starke's Only Mutual I Evinrude Motors

Clay Electric Coop in the devel-I CITY OF. L.\""TEl' EAST OF BAILROAD
War II, serving in the Pacific Agency Parts Service

Theatre and in Japan during the opment of the entire Lake Regionin IE. 15 ft. of Lot 6 and E 54 ft.
SHOPCourt occupation. He has been with the which Keystone is the center.I of Lot 7 S. M. Prown 3.00 Phone 285 136 W. CallDO
W. 179 ft. of Lot 7 J. S. Eunice Sr. 15.50
C. R. Drummond Central Florida Gas Co. for the Swimming ProgramThe I Lot 9 Sadie Crawford 1.50 Zimmel Runabouts
Street Opposite Club W',\\i of Lot 10 A Joyce Bennett Brown 2.50
past 13 years and manager of the Rotary has Just completed YOU WANT: \. FIVE PIANOt
Lofl% Lizzie McGuire Est 4 50
Court houseS C. R. Drummond of Starke branch since its opening.I I another successful swim Sii of Lot 15 82.75': r: 65'E Joyce Walker 2.50 We lovely will little soon have Spinet in Piano your, vicinitya famous

vIDe Beach, governor: Jackson-I He is married and has threechildren. ming program for the residentsof and \V 60 (t. x X and S 135 make late model; and to a respon- FRED'S MARINE
ft. Lot 12
Mamie Brown 2.00C.
YOUR PATRONAGE trict 242, Rotary He resides in a recently Keystone and vicinity. The affair sible party we will transfer for a
I 1 Lot 100 ft. square In XE Cor. small down payment and on easy CENTER
WILL BE GREATLY paid his official visit to the Starke purchased home in Saratoga was held at the Keystone Lot 15 C. Anderson 3.?>0 monthly terms. This Instrument U:
Rotary Club Wednesday.At Beach Pavilion. A dinner of fish Lot 1 S/D of Elk 16 Lucille Kittles 2.50 offered at a big reduction. Write
APPRECIATED Heights. Lot 100 ft. E and W by 274 ft. immediately to Credit Manager, P. Temple & Pratt Starke
noon he addressed the reg- He is a native of Georgia but fry and barbecued chicken with Nand S in S\V Corner of O. Box 2613, Jacksonville Fla.. and

ular luncheon meeting of the club I was raised in Trenton. He is a potato salad was served. At the Lot 17 ex. S 1S7 ft. Bertha Florence 3.50 you will be advised where it can
One Lot 126 ft. E and W by 100 be seen. RUBBER STAMPS made
to order
D. H. SMITH and in the evening conducted a i member of the American Legion conclusion of the dinner, badges ft. Nand S in SE Cor. of Lot Stchg 3/5 daters, nurabererg. notary seals;,

club assembly, held following a i the First Baptist Church the were awarded to the children who 17Lot Bill Jenkins Est. 4.00 facsimile stamps. Bradford County
FOR SALE Xew !S I 8 16 Con- Telegraph.
qualified in the.swimming c/o Eula Bell Smith x x tf
supper in the officers club at Starke Jaycees, and the volunteer pro- block, ISc. Cement
Owner & Operator I 100 x 364 ft. In Lot 17 David Mack .50 crete $1.40
r Camp Blanding. Fire Department. gram activities. C. Bastedo was W 60 ft. of N. 94 ft. of E 120 per bag. Mortar Mix $U5 per Z.% PAID OX SAVIXGS KEY-
master of ceremonies and introduced ft. of Lot IS J. H. Seymour 6.00 bag. Bradford Engineering Co. STONE STATE BANK KET-
Governor Drummond is subur- l80 ft. E and W x 102 ft. X and phone 94. Starke. tf STOXE HEIGHTS FLA.. MEM-
ban manager for Southern Bell Two Starke Brothers Forrest Wood, program S Blk. IS Eliza McClenton 3.01) _HER FDIC.
director.Mr. Lot 19
M. L. Crews 2.51)
at Jacksonville Beach and is one I Lot 23A except N. 100 ft. Arthur Lee 4.50J. BILL SOTO LET J. D. ODOM. JR.
of the 238 District Governorsssupen" May Appear In FilmTwo and Mrs. Earl Gill and son, Wi of X. 335 ft. of Lot 30 HANDLE TOm

Ray, recent guests of Mr. and Lot 29 H. Moore 5.00 CATTLE A\D: _HOGS
the activities
Sing of some SIGN SHOPOne BALES
COLONIALFLORIST Lot 50 x 50 feet West of Road Benjamin Finn 3.50
Starke brothers Live
8,700 Rotary Clubs with a mem- youthful THORNTON' ANNOUNCES S 165 ft. of Lot 32 Allen 'Scott 2.50 Galaegyille Oak Each WedaertarEaeh

bership of 414,000 in 92 countries. Charles D. and Lonzo Kirkland, 1 Acre West of Rd. on S. side Mile South Friday U

In his luncheon address Drum- may appear on the Park Theater I hereby announce my candidacyfor 1 Ac.of Lot in SE 35 Cor of Lot 35 and 36 J. J. Smith 3.00 On
Keystone Highway
I mond stated that Rotary Inter- screen around August 10. re-election to the office of ex. Parcel sold to Clifford \ 15 MiW HOMES

national has spent more than Theater manager A. H. Carratt Chief of Police of the City of 1,I Kelly Alfred Johnson 3.50
Lot 37 "- "''" All SARATOGA HEIGHTS
said would Jessie Mae Smith 3 3B Types Signs
he three minute
screen a -
PHONE 218 $1,750,000 in recent years throughits Starke subject to the will of the I Lot 42 Will Lee 3.50 ConntriirtlaB
film, distributed by General I W 1 Ac of Lot 43 starts Immediately,
program of student fellow- voters in the City Election of Happy Kittles 1.50 S already aeld. Price to leteraa.

ships, which enable outstanding Motors of the Fisher Body Sept. 13. Having served in this I Lot Lot 4S 49 and and 1/3 1/3 of of Lot Lot 46 46 Fannie. Robinson Stewart 2.50J. 1100.00 dow,., $50.00 I. OBe mealh
W. %
and $33.OO: e. rloftlnjc. \. Vet.
Guild Model Car B
(i) college graduates to study for one' Craftsman's capacity for eight years, I feel Lot 50 and 50 A Mary Kittles 2.50 ELECTRIC MOTORS raa $ oo.oo dowB, .mUalOB

year in countries other than their Contest. that the experience gained ena- Lot 65CITY Arthur Pearce 3.30: Rewound and Serviced amuitat eloalag, balBBre I...

Since when the The Kirkland brothers are regional bles to the OF LAWTEY OTT'S thait rest. Kitrhea eqalpmeBt If
own. 1947 pro- me efficiently perform i/D de lied. Make year .eleetloB
FLOWERSFor gram was started, 709 Fellow- winners in the contest. duties of this office. I would like Lot 2 Rosa Johnson 2.50 General Machine Work .- All Dew

ships have been awarded to stu- Both were awarded $150 cash, a to see each of you personally, but : 1/3 of S 205 ft. of Lot 6. Lot 4 Work GuaranteedReasonable A. J. THOMAS
chance at university scholarships, Personal Property Tax Sam Brown 37.00 Rates %v. B. SEWELL
All Occasions dents in 57 countries.At since this is impossible, I'take or
W. 60 (t. of !\. 110 ft. of Lot 6 James Waters %.5')
the conclusion of his ad- and an expense free trip to the this means of asking your vote Lot 3 J. E. Wall 2.50 GUY ANDREWSReal

DISH GARDENS H. of nation's automotive center at Detroit and will RED SEAL
dress, T. Slade president support, which be greatly Ethel D. Reddish. City Clerk Estate Brokers

the Starke Club, presented Drum- Mich. appreciated. Yours sincerely, City of Lawtey Florida ELECTRIC & MACHINE 335 Temple A,e. TeleBheae 3S3
POTTED PLATSPO1ERY The movie to be shown locallywas MarLe. Florida
mond with a handsome travellingcase. W. E. Thornton"TICKOFF" I
filmed during the Detroit SHOP
festivities. F. W. GRAUDON": Owner, Mgr.

\ Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 FOR
KILL Ticks Fleas O4orsG \Keystone Air Patrol

E T Z E :\[" ( SLAG ROCK
'1.00 PT. Pin S3c: Pontage {Plans Aerial Mission 11, 12 and 13. Mrs. Clyde Priest
Send Ca"h. Check or Money Order DISCOVERY! Box 694. Stark. 4tctig SillUNIQUE Excellent for
Nona St. Starke P.O. BOX 1006 1I1.LEII.Ia.. I The Drivewaysand
Money Back Guarantee Keystone Heights and Give your dog a capsutelRid OPPORTUNITY for men Parkways
I Ocala sQuadrons of the Civil Air and women of ambition-Fidelity
him of Fleas & Ticks!
po Insurance Company -
.-I Patrol will cooperate in another Interstate Life $3.00 Per
place several more
.. -. -- joint mission Sunday to help the RADIOAND and women in its A. and H. Department 5 Yard
.--. -- Ground Observer Corps coordinate to sell Its famous White Lets
= Shield Line of Hospitalization.
its spotting and radio filter head- I Medical-Surgical and Income Pro- Call

Need Some quarters in Jacksonville. tection demand Plan.assures Great you and top constant commissions BILLY JACKSON

and generous and steady re-
newals. We train you. supply extra Phone 165
Recent BirthSgt. ZENITH 17" fine pre-contacted leads and

TRANSPORTATION? Evanston T1811R .7J _ help you every step of the way.
. GOOD If you are over 21, have a car RADIOS REPAIRED
and Mrs. Donald N. Har- and are willing to work contactMr.
denbrook of Starke announce the 666 When Your TV Needs Lowry, Room 4. 16 West University RN..llle AD Hake AU Model
Gainesville, FlorIda ekarceB KBara.tee4
SEE and Service Avenue
Service Call 166
birth of a son, Mark Edward, of J to 11 CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
between the hours
.1 w. ran !lit. .t..*. pt. txt
August 2 at the Jacksonville Naval ,sspssss-fls-s--flssssssss-rrsrrrflsss rr s-s.. A.M.: Write complete resume for

BOB HAMMONDAT Hospital. Mrs. Hardenbrookis 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida week.interview.Phone Interviews Franklin 2-1565.all this POWER MOWERS For Rt and
Sale. We
service what we sell
the former Oleeta Grenn, Itchg Tiny'a Service Station Temple

'daughter of Mrs. Nelson Green --- BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE-Rem- Ave. tfchgr

and the late Mr. Green. ington Quietwriter Portable Type- .
writer with Miracle Tab and carrying BULL-DOZING -- FILL
I case. Office demonstrator.
SIMPSONURQUHART'SGOODWILL .- J125 value. Tours for $100. Bradford DIRT .. LAND CLEARING

The Starke Maternity Hospital LNiae Ice atom- moo-th and rich. f Y Cmintv Telegraph. tf

announces the following births: And due.lor a nbtAaa vrtck DID YOU LOSE pair yellow gold Oyster Shell Peat Humus

USED CAR LOT ON SOUTH WALNUT Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Downey of Cn: ..d lapbariM si ........ d Ihreejhb > rimless eye-glasses near Crafts- Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways
&% & men' Barracks at Camp Bland-
hudaw KwriISordm's
AND INQUIRE ABOUT SUCH Starke, a son, Paul Lacy, July 27. dio"tomptiagl : ing early in World War II. Octagonal -

Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Woodyardof jUK I lenses, one bi-tocal, other OVID LEWISW.
not. Owner may claim at Brad-
Week End SpecialsAS Jacksonville, a son, Jack Edward & S' &* ford County Telegraph. 3tp 8/12 Madison St. Starke

July 31. PH. 356-W

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( LV. FOR SALE-Three building lots
y ? on
BIAS Elanding Road. H mile from City

1848 FORD $195.00 MONUMENTSLOWEST (! M3 E : Limits.furnished FOR cottage.REXT-Shady Four lawn room, ,

'i \ RADIO And enclosed porehes, electric kitchen. I

1946 FORD $195.00 Adults. Mrs. L. M, Clark. Rt I.
PRICES I Call St. bridge, one mile. tfchz-

No Extra ChargeFor (

1942 DeSOTO $ 99.00 I Setting In Or Near !


S Why Pay More



FOR SALE ce.ment
MEMORIALS IXC 427-W -Pre-cast doorsteps i
made in 4 ft. and 5 ft. lengths. I
ESTABLISHED 1930 Complete set 4 ft. 3 tread $15. 5
PHONE 132 iwj1 DAY OR NIGHT ft. complete 2 tread $1%. Slijrht-
m rOUJT It. 920 Thomas St. ly more installed. Also Tile

,"CIt0 NVIUI, ROIIDA if its BORDENS it's gat to be good! See contracting estimates by request.
M. R. Judd, 127 Lafayette St.
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