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 12, 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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4;; Registered Voters Pass 1,800 1 Mark Single

;: As Deadline Nears For City's BooksNoon BTh COUNTY TELPH Copy C

tomorrow, August 13, is city limits also must register.

the voter registration deadline Candidates have until August Official County Publication Established In 1879

t for the City of Starke's Septem 23 to qualify for office, but so far

ber 13 election. the field has been smaller than --- -
i j FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1955 -- --
A check of the records Tuesday anticipated in preliminary specu- NUMBER SIX

j disclosed Starke has 1,810 registered l ation. -

voters. But the City Council J. R. Wainwright and W. T.

will meet Monday night at 8 ,Jackson are the sole entries so These Aren't Views of City Dump I City Asks SanctionFor

p.m. to cull out the names of far, for Starke mayor. Wainwrighthas

those who have died or moved six years experience as mayor, I
away since last year. while Jackson has six years on the V

Chances are, however, that the City Council and expresses a spe- t t 'r+t', pY : :
yr J
election will be held with close cial plant interest expansion.No in .the current power V : i, Big Issue

opposition has cropped i
Election DopeHere for City Clerk Johns, who hashld I Circuit Court Requested To Validate

the post for 23 years. Nor
are the Important farts ,! $750,000 Borrowing ProgramThe
does W. E. (Ebb) Thornton.Starke's I
In connection with the City II
thief of police for six I
election for choosing a mayor, years, have opposition for reelection City of Starke this week asked legal sanction of its

chief of police, city clerk and as yet. proprosed $750,000 bond program for expansion of electric
two councilmen: I: power and sewer utilities.
Early predictions were that a s j I
: II
August IS, registration books wide field of candidates would I In a 33-page document filed with Clerk of the Circuit

close present themselves for City Coun- ''I I Court Charles Darby, the City detailed its financing and

,August 23, high noon, candidates cil, primarily because there will spending program and asked validation by Circuit Judge

qualification deadline. be two outright Council vacan- !I George L. Patten.iPostoffice .

September IS, election day. cies .for which no incumbent is ........: ,. !'...,. Judge Patten set
a validation
Polling place, Fire Station. seeking re-election. This is because ; I t
'I hearing for
August 24
Polling hours, 7 a. m. to 7 Jackson is seeking the I Ready at 10 a.m.

p. m. mayor's post and Councilman In The Distance, The Gentle Lapping Of Kingsley {Waters I If ..in Starke his will chambers.be Representing
George Kopelousos is retiring .
Thomas Jr.
from politics. For Home Postal
to 1,800 eligible to cast ballots. Candidates this far qualifiedare All bond issues are validated in

City'Clerk Carl Johns said, that )J. E. Clark, retired railroad the courts as a type of insurance
registration the past few' weeks construction foreman; W. H. to bond buyers that the issue is

have been "fairly heavy," (Billy) Noegel, car dealer: and Delivery Aug. 16 valid from every legal standpoint.

Johns warned once, again that Jack R. Smith, manager of a local Great Strides

city residents must.register espe gas and appliance company. I Inauguration of But the voluminous documentalso

dally for city elections. Registration Speculation is rife, however, livery in Starke is home mail de- serves to remind of the great
books does not expected next strides Starke has made in
on the county' recent
to that joining in the race will be 1 Tuesday, August 16, without a years.
automatically qualify a person
S. E. Sparks Starke barber, and t hitch, according to
vote in the city election.And' !I !I G. J. Postmaster For example, net profit of the
VAItV V McGriff Jr.
Ovid Lewis, operator of a grading V light and
Johns reminded that test- .,_ ) jea McGriff said he water works has more
dents recently included within'the and fill business. had official
((authorization and necessary equip-

Chasteen Slates Unusual Electrical 'Postal ment to start home mail delivery. City Of StarkeTo
inspectors will be in Starke
Mishap Breaks Leg i Tuesday to see the new delivery Pay ItselfThe
Canine DunkingEvery system inaugurated.
Of Starke' AttorneyAn ( Home mail City of Starke will have
bringing a number to pay light bilk to itself in the
dog has his day even electrical jolt, so severe I of changes in the local postal future.

the flea-bitten tick-tortured and that contracting leg muscles brokea system. That's, one assurance the City

mange-marred variety. hip bone, hospitalized Frank t One is that all local mail will is giving prospective holders of

And what should! be,more appro- Landrum last Saturday.The require a three cent stamp. Rural its new $750,000 bond issue details
priate than dogs having. their day unusual accident -occurredat Home Away From HomThey're "''Nor Exclaimed Health Officer I routes always have required a of which were revealed this-

during "dog days?" the Starke attorney's camp inthe' three cent stamp, but strictly week in a validation suit.

At least, so thinks Jim Chas- Ocala National Forest. local mail has been going for two The pay-itself provision

teen of Brownlee and Chasteen, Landrum's office staff said the Shots of Kingsley LakeFlies cents. sures bond holders that electrical as--

who hat ef.Saturday, August 13, attorney was standing in a creek McGriff said a parcel post truck current and consequently

as Dog Dunking Day at his estab- near his house. He was. workingon will go into service Tuesday. It revenue, will not "leak out" durIng -

lishment on the corner of Tenth ,, a ;water pump, which shorted Cans Abandoned will deliver packages every day the ,life of the bonds.
and Cherry.. aedent.: current through his ClothingVie except Sunday. City Clerk Carl Johns said

All dog.of.rDers' ;''jiliig) and( old, body.. For Attention At LakesideThe Recreation Or RuinAll Another change will be the in- the utilities at City Hall have

in this"area are invited to bring Contraction of the leg muscleswas stallation, probably Monday, of been metered and paid. for a

their dogs in this Saturday for a so severe and sudden that his flies, nasty little black ones, buzzed constantly. Bradford County should be shocked at conditions five street mail boxes. Starke number of years. But be expects

free dip in a solution that will help right hip was broken. Blackened campfire ashes dotted the landscape. Here discovered by Dr. A. Y. Covington on the shallow southern now has one, a drive-in box lo- some tuunetered electric-

rid the,pet* el+pi Yanted summer Doctors .at St. Vincent's hospitalin were fish bones half cleaned of cooked flesh. Over there shore of Kingsley Lake. cated immediately in front of ity has beeR used at the power (
guests" Q'V -' Ji Jacksonville operated and were raw fish heads, each with one glassy eye staring at the Postoffice. plant-perhaps for pumping
Lake residents should be shocked at
,_; A'large me&ft'druny.fffled witha placed a metal pin in the hipbone skv.. unsanitary con- The new boxes will be locatedat water and operating compressors
solution of Purina Jiange ..Con.trot. Monday Landrum's progress Watermelon line oozed ditions that literally threaten their lives. Ministers and Court and Call, Madison and and even this will be

?will be placed on.! 'the parkinglot ,is. 'reported. : as' satisfactory. underfoot. Beer cans argued juices'with' they're coming from. Prevailing{. upright citizens should be shocked at stories of immoral Orange, Temple and Brownlee metered and paid in the future.

next to the store and a crew x' '- one another over standing space winds are'blowjng.tM.n aver-ihe1 conduct stemming from unsupervised use of lake prop Call and Water, and Brownies

will bd on hand to"dfunkMhe dogs. Cost Of- Recording I Beer bottles, both whole and lake from here. ,j erty. and Water.IStarke. than doubled in seven years _

Following the dunking, free samples Is Hiked broken, were hidden hazards. "It's the worse garbage heap in'' But the shock should be mixed with pity pity that from 517,266 in 1947 to 537,269 in
will be Documents
of Purina Dog Chow the State of Florida." ( Guard 1954.
out to those who have Waste paper and cardboard, shimmering lakes are so near, yet so far, for Bradford Unit Since the
given Violating Law five
The overhead costs in the legal subdued by rain, laid limply over per cent utilities
brought their dogs in. I I trade are going up-just a bit. bottles, cans, bushes and other Technically, pointed out -Cov- citizens. I Departs For Camp tax was first levied in 19.47, its
Chasteen says that this is some- Clerk of the Circuit Court debris. Fifty gallon drums, most- ington, users of Poor Hole are Yes there are public beaches on the far side-of the net yield has increased from

thing new in service to dog own- Charles Darby said the 1955 Leg- ly rusted through and through, violating the law. They can be I lake. They and their concessions will be used for day- 'Saturday Evening 57,690 to 512,949 a year.

ers, and he is looking forward to islature provided some minor rested forlornly nearby like arrested for trespassing. I long outings. The City's brief, drawn by
everybody having a lot of fun at The land belongs to the State I Thomas, cites the "unprecedentedgrowth
hikes in the fee necessary for damaged tanks on an abandoned I Yet it is unlikely that a father and mother with
Dog Dunking Day, starting at 2 I beachhead. Armory Board, which has dis- i, Starke's National Guard unit, of the City" and says it
filing documents in his office. five children! will lay out $1.75 for a few minute's after- 84
Saturday couraged trespassing with signs strong. leaves en masse has "placed an increased
I As most knows, the Abandoned Suit work burdenon
everyone and other dip. :day for its annual satur-I
measures. The conditions i the electrical, water and
woman's rested
clerk of the court is the county'schief A bathing suit sewer
said We deplore the conditions found at Poor Hole. But training at Ft. :McClellan "
no' .
Covington, can by systems of the City. It adds
Try-Outs Set Friday recorder. About im- waist high in a bush, cast therein ,
every I moment abandon. Hand- means be blamed on the Armory ;': we do not deplore the use of Poor Hole for swimming. i The mass of detail involved in "It is necessary that immediate
transaction in the coun I
For BHS MajorettesGirls portant ty crosses his desk for perma- kerchiefs, undergarments and Board. Bradford County fathers have furnished.nothing better. !:I a troop movement has been ironed steps be taken to extend and enlarge -

nent recording. signs of immoral conduct littered The Board he pointed out, is I The people have no where else to go. i out, according to Warrant Officer the facilities of the system

here's your chance. the ground. not operating a public beach. Iti i The State Armory Board owns the land. Its first i', Albert L. Crosby Jr., and the unit in order to meet present needs .
Trials for .Bradford High ma Darby said most of the filing is not i is prepared to
And, from back in the bushes, responsible for sanitary reaction be go. Improvements Imperath'e"Extensions
to erect a strong fence and station
about 10 may a
jorettes will be held Friday, Au- fees were raised per facilities, water and I Already, advance details
supervision are and
the inevitable stench of i improvements
gust 12, beginning at 1 p.m. cent. The exception are those involving came needed at a recreation center. 'I guard with shotgun nearby. ,enroute to Ft. McClellan to to the system are

Bandmaster M. C. Thompson I chancery cases, where a human facilities beings wherever sanitary Beach CondemnedIn The Armory Board fcas a legal right to bar tres- I'I smooth the way for the larger order to preserve the imperative public health in

asked interested girls to meet i in 25 per cent hike raised the fee "No" exclaimed are lacking.Dr. A. Y. Cov- a letter to Lt. Col. J. A. I passers because it owns the land. It is our understanding ,troop movement. I I and safety of the inhabitants of

the new music building, whereall from 57.50 to $10. Griffin of that carelessness has resulted in Yesterday ( the
ington, Bradford County health Blanding. Covingtonhas a $1.000 II Thursday) an adVance City of Starke ."
will be given a try-out at the The hike, which affects all Flo- .
condemned the detachment left
officer. I beach as a public timber fire in the area. by truck. Here is what the City proposes
twirling game. rida counties, became effective For Covington was not nuisance. This, he explains in The State Armory Board has a moral right to close I It carried most of the unit supplies to do: ,
He said girls in grades seven i August 3. exam-I'strong terms, is his duty in i and will make ready the It will issue
ininsr the Starke city protecting the land. The sub-rosa bathing privilege has been dread- I bonds which apply
through twelve are eligible. I the health billeting areas. In the
and advance
welfare of I (Continued
stood within 20 feet of on Page Ten
r: stead he I fully abused, as any observer can see. detachment )
concerned.The .
everyone were Neal
Capt. II.
Kingsley Lake, within earshot of matter will be referred I Yet, we think a guard and a strong fence are not I Bertelsen Sgt. Lynn Hamilton

Crash Of Two Autos \West Of Starke the softly "Poor lapping Hole"waters. Adj. Gen. Mark Lance in St.to solutions. They will raise unhealthy antagonism and I I|Cpl. Zack Crawford, Cpl. Lamar,1 Legion Sponsored

Covington was at "Poor Hole," ,Augustine, and action probablywill challenge, the county's youth to dare-deviltry. ,Crosby, Pfc. Wallace Parrish and I i Rodeo Will
: result promptly. We propose, instead, that the State Armory Board |Pfc Owen Alvarez. Start
local slang for the major recrea-
Kills One Seriously Injures ThreeNewlywed tional outlet for innumerable Brad- Covington termed Poor Hole cooperate in establishing a park at Poor Hole for Brad- I Also yesterday, Cpl. Samuel G.' Two

;ford County citizens. "a danger to people in the entirearea" ford and Clay county citizens. II I Bleasdale left for a precampmess Shows Today

Poor Hole is a short drive from because of lack of sewer The Armory Board now is getting $80,000 a year school for kitchen personnel.He A Bradford
I and water facilities.He was driven to Jacksonvilleand County rodeo, com-
Starke, straight out the new from ilmenite royalties since the mineral is mined in plete with a downtown
Cecil warned that "human ele- transported to Ft. McCIellan parade,
Harris 22 of Blanding road five the miles town-down or so. In I ments are flushing right into the the area. Soon, when the Highland plant moves into by plane. gets underway today (Friday)
the of
'4 Dukes was fatally vicinity a vast number of lake and comprise a definite health new, position, it will receive $160,000 a year. On Saturday morning, an advance for a two-night stand.
injured Sunday Blanding gates off to the left. hazard." He urged the immediate We understand the Armory Board has its commit- I motor company will leave The rodeo events, sponsored by
S r car trails snake, the
\rt1 a when his car all lead to Poor Hole, a action. ments. We know some of the royalty is split with the I for the purpose of providing ve-\ I: Starke American Legion Post
j Until then I hides for use of the Starke unit j 156. starts at 5 p.m. today with a
playful boys and federal
(left under examination thousand feet or so of Kingsley'smost government. We are aware the Board is com- 'downtown I
by me- beautiful beach. The site girls splash Kingsley's waters, mitted to protect the property and upgrade the timber. 'I(during the training period. This[awarded parade. Prizes will be
chanic Charlie unable to see the danger which detail includes Lt. Billy D. Dans- j to the best dressed boy
would do more than justice tFlorida's o Yet we cannot believe in terms of good will and and
girl the
Alvarez of mansion may lurk in crystal clear drop- by, Sgt. Joseph N. Warren, Cp 1..1 i I parade, which
Starke ) was new governors lets. pure humanity that the Armory Board will miss A. Q. Smith, Pfc Johnnie Coward, |.1I I will be grouped at the football

a struck with terrific should it be located there by $5.000 used to provide water, erect dressing rooms and Pfc Donald Green, Pvt. Lucian[ stadium.

impact by some political quirk.On I Couple From Indiana build sanitary facilities at the beach.In Bradley and Pvt. Charles G. WiIi -I The rodeo itself will be held
July 4, said Covington
another'ehide backed three turn. the Bradford County (Commission could I i liamson. i at the Starke High School stadium I
were reported up 'Hurt In Auto Mishap The main of [ at 8 p. m. Friday and Satur- i
C r seven miles west blocks into the sand hills. Al well spend $1,000 a year to furnish a caretaker duringthe I body personnel i
(I will leave Starke by bus Saturda yiday. The program will consist
of Starke. ready, two fights and cuttings An Indiana man and wife were summer months. There would be no concessionsto |of amateur
night around 8:15. At Jacksonville competition plus additional -
have been reported from this area. injured late Monday when their compete with private operators. they will board a train to, ,|, talent and entertainment

Violent death Sunday broke upa county. People Can Be Filthy ,car overturned a few miles west There may be legal objections to a Bradford County camp. i furnished: by the crew of director -

month-long marriage by taking nairis was born at Dukes, near Surveying the debris Coving-j'I'road.of Starke On the Lake Butler employe working in Clay County. But this can be over- I This may be the last :year the E. Pardee of Palatka.

the life of Cecil Harris 22, and LaKe Butler, in 1933. He attended I ton said. "I just can't" believe come. For example, the Alachua County School Board (local unit will attend field trainjing Pardee invited anyone with a

critically injuring his 16-year-old Lake Butler schools and was employed I people can be so filthy. nine I Thomas Hospitalized in Gainesville were operates a summer camp at Crystal Lake in Clay County. at Ft. McClellan. 'j'flair for horsemanship to join the
I at Mayhew for examination
wife Both are from the Bradford at the University of Flori- He spoke last Saturday a beautiful -,.I and his wife, Mrs. Celenire The Armory Board cannot act until it has a firm Until the present the Starke 'parade Friday. As for the rodeo
da in Gainesville as a tractor ..in the morning. It was May- unit has been the Headquarters, itself, he invited anyone with a
area.Harris day. Already eight people hew 63, for treatment of a broken proposal. We believe the Bradford Board of County i,
was fatally injured on driver. sunny and Headquarters Company of the j rough bronc "to bring him on
the Lake Butler road, seven miles I He was a veteran of the Korean were swimming and fishing: at hip. Commissioners has a duty to present that proposal.We !Second Battalion, 12ith Infantry I j i. down and well try to ride him."

west of Starke, when a Dodge j I conflict, serving in the U. S. Army Poor Hole on the south end of the I I Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown see this issue in the simple light of "recreationor But the 48th Division is slated ,j Pardee is furnishing animals

driven by a Raiford negro ap-'two, years, including 10. months lake.A. .11954'said Mrs. Mayhew was driving the ruin." "Poor Hole". should be changed to "People's for conversion to an armored division -.(;I and equipment, and he expects
parently ran a stop sign and duty in Germany. tent, with no sides, was Pontiac when it overturned. Beach." this fall. The units in the participation by 50 head of live-

crashed into Harris' 1953 Ford. '! Funeral services were held ing between two pines. Two adults Mayhew said it appeared the car division, including the local unit stock and 100 amateur contestants -
Both cars were demolished. I 'campers were fishing, two little went out of control because of a : from Bradford
Thursday and
afternoon at the graveside will be redesigned to fit an armored Alachua
State trooper C. Musgrove said : with the Rev. Curtis Har- hoys were swimming. steering malfunction. No other Bradford Board Hires New TeachersThe division. counties.

the crash occured when Eugene':ris officiating. Burial was in the Covington pointed to the natural cars were involved. Since the principal attack weapon Entrants are required to register -

McRae. 55. Raiford negro, drove;,family plot in Elzey Chapel Cem- slopes, which starts hundredsof The Majhews, from Gary, Ind., Bradford County School,,High School. Burr replaces Bill in an armored division is the at Alvarez' Store in Starke
hired 14;Coram, who went to
through a stop sign on the Brown-1,jetefy near Lake Butler. yards from the lake and eases were en route to Sorrento to attend Board Aug. 1 formally Gainesville tank, the Starke unit may abandon by noon today. Boys and girls
Harriscar. '. down to the shallow water.\ a funeral.ISamuel new members of the instructional High as assistant principal.
lee Road and collided with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home gently rifles for heavier weapons. living outside Starke may call
I'of Starke was in charge of ar- It was. he explained, hard pan personnel.All Those approved as teachers for rodeo headquarters at 42 in
Harris died two hours after he barely covered with topsoiL ( Renfroe Earns of the teachers were nomi- Bradford High were Barbara Starke.
1 I rangements. Ex-Starke Resident
nated by the Board of School Bunch, Winton E. Criswell, Geraldine -
was taken to the Alachua General ,[ Survivors include his mother Perfect For Pollution Although Pardee will furnish
i Diploma From U T. DuMars Phillips
of F Trustees. Margaret
Hospital in Gainesville. His wife, ;(Mrs. Emma Hunter Harris of This thing is a perfect wash'or Passes In Colorado rodeo animals, amateurs may ride
M. Jane Trawick. F.
Heading the list was C. Marjorie
suffering severe brain and facial, Lake Butler; six sisters, Mrs... trash and pollution. Samuel L. Renfroe son of Mr. of BHS Lee was chosen Bradford High their own horses or ponies. En-
Thompson Chipley as
injuries, is in critical condition. this hill including I Mrs. Myron Harmon the former trants will compete in such con-
Ruby Thompson of Starke Mrs. "Everything on and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe.of. Starke, bandmaster. of his ,librarian.
Also in critical condition is] Edna Myers and Mrs. Bertie My human excrement, washes i will receive a B. S. degree in Approval New Starke Miss Louise Scott, daughterof tests as calf and wild horse rid-
McRae, the Raiford driver, and a ers of Miami Mrs. Vergie Addi- directly into the lake. I've been i commencement exercises Saturday selection was a mere formality I elementary teachersare Rev. and Mrs. George F. Scott:, ing, wild steer wrestling and calf
since County School Supt. HarmonP. Muriel C. Gay, Lonnie W. former residents of Starke died
passenger in his vehicle Ethel son of Worthington Springs, Mrs. wondering where all the beer cans night at the University of roping.
Guest, 45, Starke negro. Both Blanche Crews of Olustee, and and trash were coming fromwhen Florida. :Morgan already had declared I Moench, Minnie L. Patray, and suddenly while visiting her daughter Local Legion Commander Lar-

have head and internal injuries.Mr. Mrs. Evelyn Dix of Providence.Five it washed up on the other Renfroe has been accepted as a Thompson as bandmaster because Margaret Walters. Annie Ruth in Colorado. ry Gibson pointed out that funds

and Mrs. Harris were married brothers, Sebe and Anthony side. medical student at Vanderbilt I of a 2-2 deadlock on the Board. Haraway is a new Lawtey Junior The burial was at Lakeland in cleared by the rodeo will be used

July 9. She is: the former Harris of Starke, Will and "For the first time, Kingsle University, Nashville, Tenn., and I The Board also approved John!High teacher. I the andledin family Mrs. Harmon plot on resided August in 4.Dun-Mr. solely for developing Fair facili

Dorothy Taylor who resided in i Marklee Harris of Lake Butler, residents have been complainingabout \will leave Sept. 26 to begin: his Burr, now a teacher at Lawtey,I Bettie Home was selected to I where Mr. Harmon was engaged ties on Temple Avenue.
Admission be
will adults
$1 for
the northwest section of Bradford I land Cleve Harris of Miami flies. Now I see'here studies there. I las[ principal of the Brooker Junior'teach at the RJE Negro school. in business. and 50 cents for children.J. .



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sented clever skits to tell what PAGE TWO FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. 1953
they studied and learned. Miss AND BATTERIES", and delivered
editorial Farmer's DiaryBy Anna Mae Sikes State Home through the mail or otherwise to
against you in the above entitled residence and address" is: !J'V .in-
the office of the City Clerk City
Demonstration Agent, and Mr. cause; and you are hereby requiredto derver Avenue, Wilmington. De'.iware. -
Hall.All file your Answer with the Clerkof .
Sam McGarvey H. G. Clayton, Director of the proposals shall be based on a this Court and to serve a copy You are hereby notified that a
Agricultural Extension Service. point of delivery of equipment at thereof upon Plaintiff's Attorney, Suit for divorce and cu'tuy: ,'f
And YOUThe the City of Starke, Florida. Samuel V. Holch. 409-A, Main St., minor children has been fiiei
Reapportionment leaf buds as they appear. We did presented certificates to those The City reserves the right to Daytona Beach. Florida not later against you in the above names
who had,successfully completedtheir waive informalities in any bid; to than the 31st day of August. IS:55. Court and cause and you are required -
not DDT read that it all bids In whole
use as we reject any or or
If you fail to .do so. decree pro to serve a copy of your ar.swer -
Florida Legislature met again this week, : will keep the runner plants from week's work. in part with or without cause and! confesso will be entered against you or pleading to the compla.nt:
satis- or to accept the bids that in its relief demanded in the Bill on the Plaintiffs Attorney
for the
apparently just as far as ever from any taking root, according to the judgment will be for the best Interest of Complaint.
Wm. D. Morgan 507 Clark Building
solution to the reapportionment hassle USDA Yearbook on Insects. of the city of Starke. Flori- Witness my hand and seal of said Jacksonville Florida,
factory in Tallahasseefor YOU'LL: LOVE the new Ester- da. CITY COUNCIL, Court this 26 day of July, 1955. and file the original in the office of
that has kept solons sweltering brook purse-size fountain pens in City of Starke, Florid (OFFICIAL SEAL) the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Then about ,
we sprinkled 100 Charles A. Darby before the
most of a long, hot summer. shades. $2.58 Brad ;f:' 3t s/i:
pastel Only at Clerk Circuit Court
headlines"to Ibs. of raw bonemeal (at $7 a bag) :: day of August, 1>55;
morning glance at ford Bradford County. Florida otherwise
Outside of a County Telegraph the allegations of sail
on top of the runner plant beds, Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
it is lu Circuit Complaint will be taken confessed
fellows did yesterday, The Court Kishth Judicial as -
what those '!;'J it f/I9
see and raked it in. Now it will be a Clr-uit ol Florida. la And by you.
doubtful that the man-in-the-street has given between the and the For Rra Ifi.rt t''owpt This notice shall be publishedonce
race runners OTICE TO BIDDF.RSProposals
and the If anyone around here wantsto IX CHANCERY Xo 10-1103 NOTICE TO APPEAR each week for four consecutlv
to the issues involved weeds with that fertilizer to will be received by the weeks in the Bradford County Tela-
help Margaret Van
much for be sure to have a busy sum- City of Starke, Florida, until 5 P.M. DHePlaintif'f In Circuit Court. Bradford County, graph.
significance that the wrangle them both. (Eastern Standard Time) on August Florida: la Chancery.Clayton .
special mer, just let him set out vs. Dated this 16 day of ,
some 1%, 1955 for the Furnishing of J. Hollenbeck Plaintiff v<= July 1J35
citizens of Florida's 55 "small" counties. berry runner plants on old dirt in Battery Charger and Batteries for Earl Van Deter. Helen G. Hollenbeok, DefendantTae (OFFICIAL SHAD Charles A. Daroy
the idea At meeting of the Soil Con- Defendant. X->. 10-10-92 Clerk of the Circuit Court
at a Power listed
Plant and described
disgusted as
Most of us were pretty July and then try to keep aheadof In -. NOTICE TO DKFKMJ Notice To AppearTo By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk
these specifications.
session in the first place, and sinceit the weeds. Sam has been servation Service at Lloyd Green'sthis To: Earl Van Dever whose ad- : Helen U. Ilollenbnk. whose 7 2: 4t S :3
Each bid shall be submitted
of a special week, when we had some in dress and place of residence is un-
been busy with the usual summer everlastingly at the, job, right duplicate and shall be adJr;*<* began we've to through the good homemade ice cream, Lloyd Carl Johns City Clerk, City of You are hereby notified that a
trying sun and all, and
occupations of swatting mosquitoes, said he is going to try makingsome Starke, Florida, marked "FURX- suit for. divorce .has been filed
that annual two although he has the beds in fair
preparing for honey-flavored ice .
keep cool, and shape they are far from being cream.We've -
weeks off with pay. clean of weeds. never heard of it before,

One small county senator confided to friends but it sure does sound good.
that he has received only two expressions "from He made quite a lot of head- *

the people back home, and it looks like the votersin way this week by using a wheel We're back again at giving Leo,
our watchdog, shots against heart- 1AWTAS71C
district just don't care or do not fully hoe with a six-pronged cultivatoron
my worms. Started them a while
ramifications of what is going on. it, and worked right over the 1955
stand .the ago but when his temperaturewent
to the majorityand runner plants. That did a lot
Sometimes I feel like capitulating towards getting the weeds rightin up we discontinued them, on BIG OVEN ALL-PORCELAIN
home." the advice of "Doc" MulHns. Leo
the row, as well as a lot
No wonder the senator feels that way. As the close to the plants. The best wayis up is a good patient, and we hope
and more obvious that we can go on and completethe I
it has become
weeks drag on to pull the weeds by hand, but
that the reapportionment battle is no that is really slow work! treatments, for unless we can o e lr r
those darned worms will be the
life and deathIdilJ'UtJb
It is. in fact a
+*mnoaf in a tpanot, ,
*** M end of him.
struggle between the "big" counties and the Everyone says that you shouldset S- # e ,

"small" counties for the control of Florida's purse out runners on new dirt, but Dug a small patch of peanutsthis
where is the new dirt to come
strings the race track funds, gasoline week, from the lower end of
from year after ? We think -
and other state aid funds that are distributed that year the field where it is still wet. waak -
someday there will be a
Wanted to them out, in case
formula. get
according to set weed killer to use, which will get e e. e
when the fight first arose everything except the we should get heavy rains from
Several years ago berry plants.
the hurricane which is threaten- 1
to permit horse and dog racing in Florida, the But in the meantime, we are the ing now. Lots of weeds in this : :4

larger counties said, in effect, to the smaller weed. killers. end of the field, and consequently. E
counties of the state: "If you let us have these few peanuts.
attracting thousands of extra visitors to Gave the sweet potatoes whichwe .
races, set out recently, a hoeing, and
particular areas each year, we will be gladto Alice fertilized and hoed the
our for
once we did a job right on
see that all state funds derived from race time. The weeds were small and tomatoes she set out last week :
divided equally among the 67 and the plants look pretty goodso
track sources are shallow rooted, and mostly it was
far. It would be good to have .
counties." easy hoeing. Now if the 'taders

Since then the larger South Florida counties get going as they can, they'll some more tomatoes, because they II
last short time.
have grown by leaps and bounds, they are filled soon take over from everything such a L1UA

population and in order to except our enemy the coffee Y
with cosmopolitan ,
a bean weed. Still feeding Slugger, the steerwe
make their mushroom growth easier on them- 5.5 a are fattening in the barnyard. I

selves they now want to backtrack on their origi- Then dusted the 'taders with We give him about 35 ears of f ttn" gY ,

nal agreement. By their actions they now say, chlordane, using a crocus sack. corn, along with the cornstalks, _

in effect "We want ail the race track money, for For a small job, that is about as plus some cottonseed meal everyday Is

we are the ones who send these funds to Talla- good a way of putting out dust and he is getting fat as a Mi '
hassee." They feel the same about the gasolinetax that we know of. Hope we havea tick. LIMITID I
this for have S e
crop year, we
and others.
The larger counties already have control of the made only one other in the six Roscoe, the new Rooster i s: MODEl QUANTITY Tr
years we've been farming. really an early bird. He. starts .. 1
House of Representatives. But before they can HC.7. ,
crowing about 4 a.m. and if he!
their fund-shifting bills enacted into law, I
get Also dusted the berry runner keeps that up much longer some Fail-Safe Alarm Counterbalanced Udj '
control of the Senate ; System
they must gain complete beds with chlordane as we had a thing tells us that he is going tc

and therein lies the cause of the long and tortuous lot of mole crickets, and also find himself in hot water, with s 1 o Positive Action Latch a Removable Batketo .' '

reapportionment struggle. some insects chewing off the new bunch of rice for company. Selective Temperature Control I I '

Twelve large .counties in Florida have 67 per .

cent of the state's population, leaving 55 small Home Demonstration ''MliSJiflfti j 1 \ -Q (Qf, {H J t JJR.G! !jEgfg : :. I ie

counties with the other 33 per cent. The 55 small

counties now receive $29,312,623 more in state ; ;L% Notes Plenty of Freezer Supplies Come in Today -

aid than is raised in these counties by taxes. The (

other 12 counties raise taxes in excess of by

$59.406,673 more than they receive in State aid. t' 1 DOROTHY ROSS :<- G. I. N'GRIFF We Service What We Sell

To bring the full significance of the situation 'L'-J1.' Home Demonstration Agent

closer home, let's look at what happens right in .

our own 15th Senatorial District, comprised of GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES G. I MCGRIFF I F F
Bradford and Union counties. Bradford receives Chlordane for Ants plant. A 2 percent water-basi e ,
Midsummer is the season when chlordane preparation in variou:s Cor. Call and Walnut Sts. Phone 229 Starke, Fh.

$759,206 annually in state aid which is $605.747 many houses and .yards are in- forms is recommended for us<'e GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
more than it collects in county taxes ($189.459)). vaded by troops of ants. TO get outdoors. We Service Everything We Sell
Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
Union receives $436,704 in state aid a surplusof rid of these pests the first stepis Chlordane is poisonous to peo_ -

$390,378 above the amount it collects in county to find their nests and thento pie and pets as well as to antsA .

taxes ($46.323)). treat them with an insecticide. few simple precautions are required -

What is true for Bradford and Union is true Outdoors the nests are usually for its use in or aroun
for all of the other 55 small counties of Florida.If easy to see-small mounds of the home. Keep the insecticid.,e '

these funds were taken away from our small soil on the ground, near flag- away from children, pets, foods'.
stones and sidewalks, in decayingtree dishes, and cooking utensils; b<
counties now, it would mean a complete break- foundations.
trunks, near certain not to inhale the spra;ee
down of their governmental functions as it would Finding ant nests indoors is a mist. If chlordane gets onto thi

not be possible to raise this amount of money by difficult problem. Usually the best skin, wash it off immediatel;

local taxation. you can do it to watch the trailsof with soap and water. I

The 55 so-called little counties will have to the ants, trace them to a base- State Council Meeting

stick together and they have been doing just board or door frame, and apply This week let's see what Mr..

that to keep control of the Senate. It i is their the insecticide there. Paul Dinkins Sr. has to say abou: VEAR
the State ,
only hope to save themselves and their citizens The most effective insecticidein Council Meeting sh
attended last month in Gaines
from taxation that would amount to virtual con- the home is 2 percent oil-base ville. She is the .

fiscation. chlordane paint brush solution Or sprayer, applied as with near a our county council delegate and attendei fron 1 w E A Lr !

Those who favor giving the balance of powerto as possible to where the nests may all the business sessions and th, '''''i\-.

the big counties say that the Senate majorityis be located. Water-base chlordane council meeting short course:, -

not doing what the Florida Constitution says sprays are also effective. Paint or "Expanding the Services of th ... .. .1 "-v.-"'}
.... '
agricultural Extension Service. <; .. '\
they must do. But the Senate passed a bill which spray the chlordane:, along base- -' '-- :?' u
Tuesday morning it was reported !- 1-
would give South Florida one additional senatorat boards, cracks in floors, 'door and that there are 10,669 Horn
the expense of North Florida. Governor Collins window frames, sinks, electric Demonstration members and 4 1 ?
outlets. This check
vetoed the bill and is insisting on one which way you can county councils in the state.
the ants before they get into
would give the big counties two senators at the foods and onto tables. Chlordanehas Wednesday morning the county i-

expense of the small counties and the balanceof a long lasting effect and it council reports were given b.y w t ff \. ry .
power. is usually not to the council presidents. Eac h -
necessary spray
The Legislature also passed a bill to be pre- the same surface more than once speaker was allowed one and one k* ;...,-'" ,'..\.. \11'

sented to the people in the form of a constitutional every one to three months. If half minutes in their to tell of some highlight Ll- ,.,..,-' or '"" f \1i
Mrs. Dir
program. -
amendment which will if passed, give every coun- ants continue to appear spray kins ll 1J
other surfaces and reported on our home in:- J
ty a senator and solve the reapportionment issue be coming from.A areas they may provement project. '

for all time. This solution would follow the pat- Thursday morning the followin g

tern of the U. S. government which gives each good preventive measure state officers were elected: pres i- o x

state equal representation in its highest law- against ants is to keep all containers dent, Mrs. George Otto of Sem ii i-
of food, flour canisters
making body, the Senate, while representation in and bread boxes tightly closed. To, nole county was re-elected; firs stS
the lower House is based vice-president. Mr. T. Browninof
on population. It mightbe keep ants from entering the house
that this plan, which has worked Polk county also re-electee i I';
so well in apply chlordane along the out- second
vice-president :Mrs. W. P.
our Federal government, would work equally well side walls from the ground up to Aldrich of Manatee county; se< -
at the state level. the windows.
retary, Mrs. W. S. Lee from Bn -

Citizens of Florida's smaller counties who have Ants also injure plants and yard; and treasurer, Mrs. M. 'r.

been paying scant attention to the reapportionment trees-not only the roots but also Crutchfield.

fight, would do well to sit up and take the above ground portions of the Friday morning the classes pri e-

!notice.__ It isn't so much a matter of senators as Super "8 8" Holiday Coup

it is dollars. And the dollars (if you're a residentof A'lrtitutmfnlRom <

a small county) may come out of YOUR pocketif

the fight is lost. 1; where I sit ... fy Joe Marsh

"Get out the vote" editorials generally are as AND THE

dull as most of those TV jokes. Consequently, Snack xw IS OLDSMOBILE !
we're not reminding about the oppressed in totali- .,.
tarian countries, the citizen's duty, every vote For Ducks LOCAL DELIVERED PRICE Now vbile summer sales are soaring-h the easiest
time ever to deal yourself behind the wheel of a new
counting, and the blood, sweat and tears of fore- ..' Oldsmobile 1$ 2-Door Sedan Oldsmobile! You'll know instantly why this thrilling

fathers. But here is one last reminder Starke <"0 as low as ( State glamour queen is the most wanted car in all Olds history!
has a city election Coming back from Balesville the bug population" too. Why do $ and local It's that exciting new"Go-Ahead" look! Il'i that dramatic
on September 13. But youcan't the other night I noticed a poweryou suppose I never thought of A taxes **tra- "flying color" styling! And what a smooth team await

vote unless registered and CITY REGIS ful light at Whitey Fisher's Duck it before" "choice of model the touch of your toe the commanding "Rocket" 202

TRATION BOOKS CLOSE AT NOON TOMORROW Farm. Seemed to be shining out From where I sit Whitey's the and Your body price depends style, optional upon equipment and Engine and Hydra-Mat Super Drive'! So come in now
AUGUST 13. find out why August is the hottest month of the
the in
over water. Price may slightly
type who's always ready to pioneer accessories. vary
and the hottest is
.....YU--...-''"".LWwYYLw-.. ...''MMII"..............q'..,rfi....,,",,.....l,"",kL'\:\.....st.""V.0.,..'...""' ....... I stopped to ask Whitey what a worth-while new trick. Me, adjoining communities. year to Optional car erf extra ceil.

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH went on. He took me down to his I stick to old methods.Just a case

pond and pointed out a 200-watt of personal feeling, I guess .
E. L. MATTHEWS.OWNER AND EDITOR bulb-rigged up on a pole about like the way you may prefer coffee OLDSMOBIL-E

three feet above the surface. The with meals while I always prefer

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER light was attracting thousana traditional glass of beer. Not
If PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY of insects for the ducks to eat. that Fd claim you're wrong-respect -

Seemed kind of odd to me-but for the other man's opinion For COOL driving Res anAIRCONDITIONED .
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. Whitey was enthusiastic. "Best is my "guiding light TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES idea I ever heard of," he claims. 17.1

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1 The Pastor and the Board of "Seven Year Itch" At Florida week C., and vacation Pennsylvania.in Washington, D'I'I' .

Trustees are very grateful to the
members of the circle for the in- Miss Sandra Weichel was hon- i1'1.Tft7; -lJtiJi f1fJ _
Keystone Heights ored at a Monday morning coffee ..
the '
terest they have shown tin .
given by Mrs. Huntley Redfearnat .:i' - ... --'.j
.construction of the new Educa-
....AAA.A.AAAA..A...... tional Building. i : her home on Lake Geneva" on
July 18. The decoration for the
Greetings from Dr. Pait, organ-
Community Church
I affair was a and yellow
ist director of the choir, have been green
young people's group has color scheme. Miss Weichel was
I received from Quebec, Canada. -ftV
recently made a contribution of presented with an appropriategift
I to the choir
will return
Dr. Pait
s '
$50 to the
building fund. The by Mrs. Redfearn.Mr. .
i the first Sunday in September.
young people are eagerly looking
Baptist Young Folks enjoyed a and Mrs. C. J. Mulhofer,
forward to .
the completion of the .fkH
new Educational Building with its Swim Party with a picnic supperat : who attended the Shriners Con-I
enlarged facilities which will provide Keystone Beach held 'Friday, .vention in Chicago, returned home
for their activities.Dr. night. The two groups participating .recently.

Hon would like to have a I were the Intermediate and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sipe,
Junior Choir organized among the Young People's groups of the left July 25 for a month's vaca- ANN PAGE Rich Creamy
I!i I First Baptist Church. After the tion in The :;
Pennsylvania. Sipes
our young people to work in con- Ai Jar1lbCan
junction with our well organized swim and supper, numerous games will visit their old home in But- MAYONNAISE Qt 41C
Senior Choir. There are many were played. : ler as guests of friends and rela-
Beach Pavilion
talented youngsters with fine
voices In the Sunday School, and The Keystone Beach Pavilion, I tives.Charles and Bessie Ridenour 1 IONA Cream
he would greatly appreciate the under the very capable manage- have returned home from Camp I t
services of any member of the ment of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Crystal, where they spent the
congregation with some musical Rideaught, has proven a valuable past two weeks. .. GOLDEN CORN 1 DC
addition to the teenagers and
background to organize this and Mrs. Elsie Johnston, a recent $ee,
youngsters of Keystone
worthwhile project in our church guest of her daughter, Mrs. William -
work. vicinity. An innovation in the Marilyn Monroe seems to have her hands full in this lively scene Hall has returned to her Sire of A'P! CRISPO Tasty
The Nightingale Circle has con- form of dance and dance instruc- from "The Seven Year Itch," the CinemaSrope account of a summer home in Miami.E. c. e

tributed the sum of $500 to the tion by Bill Camp of Jacksonville bachelor and the girl who lives upstairs. The men, left to right, are C. Robin and family spenta 1-lb Boxes
Tuesday night is on added FIG BARS 2 43CIIsslOn
new Educational Building Fund.PINT every feature to the beach activities. Tom Ewell, Robert Strauss and Sonny Tufts. The film will appearat recent weekend with Mr. Rob-

The beach is enjoying its best the Florida Theatre for a three-day run starting Sunday. in's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Inn Unpeeled
Robin Sr., en oute. to their homein A&P
season in its long history. Wedge-Cut Cheddar
I Baker, in Detroit, Mich. is making a tour through Florida.I Jacksonville from a vacation APRICOT
I I III Wt'i<'ht'I-lIowe I Mrs. John Butler and sons and in Miami Mb Cut
Preparations for the Sandra Thomas Simpson Jr., nephewof spent
niece from Pa., MILD
McKeesport wererecent CHEESE 49C
Weichel and Courtney Howe wed Mrs. Anna James, who has guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. L. Stallings, local music HALVES
ding were completed during the been vacationing Yiffe for the past [Charles Forsythe and Mr. and teacher, will spend the first two
week. The wedding took place two weeks, returned to his home weeks in August in New York
[Mrs. Elmer Forsythe in Lake ANN PAGE
Saturday and was one of the in Rockford, ill. and Pennsylvania. She will accompany 2 3SC
Geneva. Mrs. Butler and the two
the social in her mother, Mrs. E. M.
highlights of season 12-oz
Watson Hardenbergh has re- :Mrs. Forsythe's are sisters. CANSAiP
Keystone. Guests were present Thompson of Earleton, and sister. PRESERVES 17C
turned home from Canada, Conn.,
I I Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Carlson
from Denver, Colo., Philadelphia, where he attended the funeralof Mrs. A. W. Smith of Gainesville,
Pa., Washington, D. C., and many his uncle, George B. Harden have, returned home from a two to a family reunion. I

i parts of Florida. bergh, who died at the age of 74. ....0.-- Fancy GOLD MEDAL Plain or Self Rising
Cadet OfficersAt Dr. and Mrs. Paul Holl and TOMATOJUICE '
a CAP meeting recently, Lt. I C 10-lb
home to
children have returned FLOUR 51 97C

commander William Breeze of the-Keystone senior cadet CAP with Pittsburgh Dr. Holl's after parents a two week, Dr. visit and : :S: t :I'rou','-'Q'N. :B: .. '

announced the appointment of
Mrs. A. J. Holl Sr. | APPLE KEG
the following cadet officers:
Cadet Commander Myron C. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holl left' 46-ozcan
21C 46-oz Can
1 Prevatt Executive Officer RogerW. Monday for a vacation trip' APPLE JUICE 19C
0 Phelps, Adjutant Linda Sue through Ohio and Pennsylvania.1]

Lovorn, Flight Leader Floyd. Dr. and Mrs. Holl will return to
Baker. Keystone after Labor Day. I
Mr. and Mrs. John Kargis have IONA THOMPSON WHITE
Mrs. Frank Walrath left Sunday returned home from a three week r
by plane for Detroit, Mich.,\vacationvvisiting their soninlawand FULL PACKTOMATOES y

where she.will attend the wedding daughter in Houston, Texas. ?71at SEEDLESSGRAPES .1 1
of her nephew Richard Mr. and Mrs. James Price left tfs
Gunther, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Thursday for a ten day vacationin I s\ .. :.
fl-C' Gunther. Mrs. Walrath, while Tennessee, where they will nf/A
up North, will visit her parents, visit friends and relatives. 31 /-oz 2SC

) Mr. and Mrs. :Melvin Kerr of Sam Holland is on a vacation in ; li
Melvin, Mich. Virginia where he will visit his I Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? CANS
Mrs. Melba Hubbell, a recent ,
brothers. While Sam is away
guest of Mrs. Anna James, has Mrs. Holland will have her grand- The one in the middle -- who else? If all our
purchased the home of the Ca- Hol- Armour's StarDeviled
children, Tom and Kathleen
hoon's on Brooklyn Lake. Mrs. land of Jacksonville, as her guests. satisfied customers were laid end-to-end, Ham 17c Ie
Hubbell was here
accompanied by
Mrs. John Cellar of Key West

/ her and daughter her friend, :Miss, Miss Irene Olive Hubbell Lind-, was the guest of hef" parents, Rev. the one on the end of the line would be six Armour'.'} Star
and Mrs. B. R. Weld.
Strom, who are school teachers in '
River Grove, HI. Mrs. Joe Wright of Wilson, N. years late getting home to dinner. Custo- :
C., was a guest of her sister, Mrs.! GOLDEN RIPE
William Lee Reynolds son of Star 2 for
Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds, Al Nelson here in Keystone I II mer satisfaction, made up of quality merchandise Potted Meat 25c Lb
long time residents of Keystone, Heights. BANANAS 1 Oc

has opened new insurance of- G. E. Wiggins and his grandson low prices and fast, friendly:service Armour's Corned
fice in the Reynolds Bldg. in the I Denby, have returned from! -
rear of the Keystone Motors Co. a five week trip through is our policy. Test us. Beef Hash 29c RIPEArmour's
He hag just completed a two Mrs. Wiggins visited relatives in
year training period with the Green Cove Springs during the Lb or Pkg
American Insurance Co. of New-!absence of Mr. Wiggins. SAFITY 5E8VICEKOCH'S Corned Beef 45c TOMATOES I 19C

ark, N. J. I I Lake Geneva I
Mrs. B. Aiken has returned Mr. and Mrs. H. Ritenour and Fresh CrispLETTUCE

home from a ten day vacation I daughter and Mrs. Pearl Homer ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED Tuna Fish 35c '

with relatives and friends in Atlanta 'I l of Connellsville, Pa., stopped fora Minute maid 3 for I Each
Ga. short visit with the Ray For- 19C
Miss Ginger McKay left by, sythes recently :Mrs. Rithnour is StARKJEiHA; Orange Juice 55c
plane Sunday to visit her uncle employed at the B and 0 Rail-
i{f 4iiS gs b be good I Waxed Paper 100 ft.
and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. R. D., road Shop in Connellsville and LARGE

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Woodbury 25c
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f Large Size COOKED PICNICS Lb 43C
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1I Miss Montie Hutchings Bride-Elect Feted Beach Buffet Dinner Junior \Vomen's Party I

I I With Miscellaneous Shower Tuesday EveningMiss Honors Starke Couple I Held In Torode, Home

j : :Montie Hutchings, bride-
elect, was feted at a lovely miscellaneous Buffet Supper Party Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kesterson I Is The Junior Woman's Club held ,
Keystone # shower Tuesday evening : entertained with a delightful buffet -I its annual Coca Cola party at the ,
= at the home of Mrs.; Guy j Follows Rehearsal Of dinner in their home at 720 borne of Mrs. John A. Torode on

Gladys Mooty -.. : Sale, 4,04 Cherry: Street Hostesses Bishop-Andrews Rites First Street, Neptune Beach, on |Walnut 4.Hostesses. Street on Thursday, Au-

Phone 35 for the affair were Mrs. Levy II Saturday evening, August 6, hon gust
Ceremony Canova, Mrs. Ewell i I were Mrs T. G.
Lawson Mr.
.- and Mrs. J. W. Andrews.
._J-___ (i1';. Freeman oring Miss Sylvia Alvarez and Ritch. chairman, Mrs. J. M. Vick-
Register Jr.
Mrs. Don Jr. were nost and hostess at a Michael
Pickering, whose
Mrs. mar- ers, Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs.
Neel Maxie
Carter Sr., Mrs.
Impressive Double Ring Ceremony Unites Unites Jack Hazen, Mrs. John Pierce j Tuesday delightful buffet supper party, riage will be solemnized September Stanley Noegel and :Mrs. N. B.
evening at the
Parish 2.
Mrs. Margaret Walters And Mr. S. L PeekThe : y e: Mrs. Lacy Silcox and Mrs. Guy House on Church Street, honoring ,Rosier Jr.
Comprising the guest list i I i The home was .
} Miss were attractively decorated
marriage of Mrs. :Margaret trim, worn with a white straw r' : ., ....!I G, ..- .... ., Sale.The party rooms of the Sale Joseph whose Bishop marriage and their was son an, Mr.Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, and with a green linen cloth on
MIss r "lIP and Mrs. L. N. Pickering, the dining room table
Holland Walters of which
hat. '
daughter Her bouquet was of white home was decorated with beautiful event of Wednesday evening at 7
Mrs. William Henry Holland and and orchid miniature 'mums. 'D. '\_" .- arrangements of roses, dahlias I o'clock in the First Methodist Miss parents of the honored couple, white carnations in a clear crystal I
the late Mr. Holland of Dublin, The groom had for his best man ": 'ti",,:- .... and zinnias. A pink and white Church. Dorothy Alvarez, sister of bowl.Postal.
Ca. to Sinclair Llewellyn (Jim- hi* brother, Darby Peek of Lake Weichel 1. ", ,:; ':_ : ", ._" color motif was carried out on The supper party followed the Mr.the bride-elect all of Starke and
mie) Peek Jr., son of Mrs. Mira City. Ushers were Roy Ward of ,,- It" ." "'" the table arrangement with the |wedding rehearsal of the honored and Beach.Mrs. R. C. Dunn of Jacksonville Rural Route
Darby Peek and the late Sinclair Lake City and James O. Irwin of l! 'fable overlaid with a lovely white couple. I

L. Peek of Starke, was solemnizedat [Louisville. And ,?.,, ,, if. _. _; : lace. cloth. Centered were pink and The lounge of the Parish House :I I,Open For Applicants
an impressive double ring cere A ., -' ." !f" .v'. white arrangements was [ProfessionalVomen
reception was held immediately : of pompoms decorated with Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. reminded -
mony Sunday afternoon, July 31, following the wedding in : tMr. and gladioli in a silver bowl entwined greenery and floral arrangements Set August Meeting this week that one pos-
at two o'clock in the First Baptist the Education Building at the with pink net illusion. placed at vantage points. The ition is open for postoffice em-
Church at Dublin. Dr. Rufus D.. church, and pink carnations and Howe -I ",: ,: s Balancing the centerpiece were mantel was a focal point with a Members of the Business and ployment.The .
Hodges, pastor of the church officiated pink gladioli decorated the reception -; burning white candles in single I I fan-shaped arrangement of white Professional Woman's Club will U. S. Civil Service Comnus-
in the presence of'the room. In the receivingline _, silver candle holders. Silver 1 gladioli and pink asters. The meet at the home of Florence sion still is accepting applicationsfor

two families. 'I were Mrs. Holland, motherof j compotes and trays held dainty buffet table was overlaid with an Jennings at 8 p. m. Monday for a rural mail carrier, to fill a
The chancel of the church was' the bride, :Mrs. Peek, motherof decorated cakes, nuts and mints. imported Italian cutwork cloth] their regular August meeting. vacancy left by the retiremem ot
with southern palms the the bride and ; The buffet in the diningroom held and centered with Elva Stewart
beautiful groom, S an antique five- will be cohostess.and Ellery M. Davis. The deadline is
forming the background for Pic-] groom and Mrs. Irwin. : a beautiful arrangement of pink 1 1 I branch candelabra holding burning the program on the Industrial August 16.McGriff.
ardy pink gladioli and pink cathedral Mrs. Holland wore for her .: : Radiance: roses and a five branch white tapers. In the center was I School project will be given by : said he could supply ad-
candles. A musical pro- daughter's wedding an original ; silver candelabra with burning I an epergne filled with pink rose I Miss Jennings. ditional information.
gram was presented by Mrs. Cecil model of opal blue linen and lace, -, ;i k white tapers. buds. "
W. Walters Sr., organist and Mrs. with rhinestone button trim a As the guests arrived, they were I The table, where the bridal
M. Z. Claxton, vocalist. After the Louise hat of white straw threaded greeted by Mrs. Canova, who ask- :party was seated. wa- ientrd H ,
vows the couple knelt on a white with rhinestones- with a small The Community Church of Keystone ist. and Miss Bobbe Bastedo, solo- -ed them to sign the guest bookon with a silver tray holding] a I .
satin prayer bench for the prayer. veil. Her corsage was of white Heights was the setting at ist. "September Song" was Miss the porch. Standing in the silver compote which was filled
The bride was escorted to the carnations. Mrs. Peek was wear- three o'clock last Saturday after- Bastedo's first selection, and during receiving line were Mrs. Sale, with light pink rose buds. Around
altar by her elder son, William ing a French voile in slate blue, noon when the pastor, Dr. A. J. the ceremony she sang "The' Miss Hutchings, Mrs. Rufus Hut- the base of the compote was a
Terrell Walters. She wore a the bodice embroidered with white Holl, united in marriage Miss Sandra Lord's Prayer." chings, mother of the bride-elect garland of pink rose buds and ivy.
beautiful dress of Camellia pink and her hat of white had a nose Linnea Weichel, daughter of The bride was given in marriageby i and Mrs. J. B. Green of Eustis, Flanking low this arrangement were /
Chantilly lace over pink satin I veil. Her flowers were pink car Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Weichel Jr. her father and had as her maid mother of the groomelect.Mrs. silver candle holders with

with a lace jacket and satin sash, nations. of Keystone Heights, and Court of honor her sister,Miss Barbara Lawson, Mrs. Register and burning white candles.As l71R
and the graceful skirt was street I, The bride's table was over- ney Everett Howe, son of Mr. and I Weichel. Bridesmaids were Miss Mrs. Pierce invited the guests to served the guests arrived they were
length. Her slippers were matching laid with a white satin cloth and Mrs. E. E. Howe of Cuba, New Patricia Hennessy of Washington, the tea table and Mrs. Silcox Mrs. punch on the terrace by
satin, and her hat, a Wesco centered with a three-tiered wed: York. D. C., Miss Sara Gibson of Bar- presided at the gift table. :Mrs. Farm George and Roberts Jr. of State ( :
pink straw, had a pink satin rose ding cake which was embossed' The vows were exchanged beforean tow,-?Miss Betsy Gibson of Bar- Neel and Mrs. Hazen presided at Torode. Also Mrs. John Arthur
and brim veil. She carried a bouquet with pink icing roses. Pink tapers altar on either side of which tow, and :Mrs. E. T. Martin of Key the punch table. Also assistingthe ing assisting in serve
were Mrs.
of Sweetheart roses pink in crystal candelabra were decorated i stood tall arrangements of white I stone Heights. Miss Hollis Wid- hostesses in serving were Mrs. Vernon Silcox Leslie Biggs Mrs.
and Her carnations, tube and dowfield James Lewis, Mrs. Earl Miles, Mrs. George
carnations stephanotis. to match the cake, and roses Fuji of Denver, Colo., a cousinof Roberts
pearls were a gift from the pink carnations in a crystal vase mums. Palms and multi-branched the bride, was junior brides- Mrs. George Anderson. Mrs. E. Sr. of Lawtey Mrs. W.
groom. completed the table decorations.Mrs. candelabra holding burning white maid. All attendants wore cry- Harold Epps, and Misses Linda Moorer.Torode and Mrs. Jacqueline : :I :
tapers formed an effective background stalette Kay Sale, Brenda Lewis and E.

Mrs. James O. Irwin Jr., of L. D. Vining of Starke cut gowns fashioned with empire Thirty members
Louisville, Ga., cousin of the the wedding cake and Mrs. Rufus for the double ring cere I bodices featuring square neck Elaine Sykes of Miami.As party of the wedding
Hodges Jr., of Vidette, and mony. lines. The princess lines a memento of the occasion, delightful af
bride, was her only attendant Her of the fair.
dress was a street length Princess Mrs. John Ellis Rountree of Twin As candles were lighted by Bobby [gowns dipped into wide waltz the hostesses presented the hono- [Mro] [ W. :

model in aqua nylon with white City, assisted in serving punch. Redfearn, preceding the ceremony, length skirts, poised over taffeta. ree with the gravy ladle of her .
lace yoke and rhinestone buttomSUEPHERD'SMWS Dee and Lynwood Walters, daughter a program of nuptial music was They wore matching, shirred picture chosen silver pattern. Crosby Family Host
and son of the bride, also assisted rendered by James Carter, organ- hats with black bows and carried Among the out-of-town guests To Reunion MeetingMr. opens many doorsYou
----- at the reception. cascade bouauets-, of .nink. .. ,."p_ were Mrs.J. H. Hooten of Eustis, I
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I Mr. Peek and his bride left fox nations. The gowns of all attend-v'-j i grandmother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby -
the mountains of North Carolina ants were of peacock blue except Mrs. J. B. Green of Eustis, Mrs. ,' Sr. were hosts at a family re- can travel where you please, or enjoy leisure
Miss Fay Paulk Tells that of the maid of Schneider of Orlando and.'nnion at home with
after spending some time with honor which Henry Sunday for their sons and money in the bank. Doors to oppa-
their guests. They returned on 'Of Wedding Ceremony was American beauty. Mrs. Joan York of Fernandina II daughters and families at their tunity open more readily to those'who have a reserve -
Tuesday and are making their 'I Planned For 3 Serving as best man for Mr. Beach. home on Andrews St., where a in their savings account.
home at 503 North Church Street, I Sept. Howe was Lee Wetmore of Scran- Approximately 75 guests called covered dish supper was enjoyed.
Starke. :Mrs. Peek Jr. wore for I ton. Pa. Ushers were E. T. Martin during the party hours. Members of the family present It pays in many ways. to
traveling a Navy original Park- Marvin T. Hearst, and Alfred were: Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Hardy save regularly at this bank.
lane costume suit piped in rose, I Watson, all of Keystone Heights. Mr. And Mrs. \Viggins and children of Pompano Beach. .
her hat was a modish Navy straw, r The lovely blonde bride chose for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gay of Jacksonville -
and she wore a corsage of sweet- her marriage a frosty white gownin Surprised With Party Mr. and Mrs. Benny

heart roses from her wedding crystalette over shimmering taf On 25th AnniversaryMr. Walters and children of Middle
bouquet.Mrs. feta. Shirred banding of the cry- Village, N. Y., :Mr. and Mrs. E.
: Peek Jr. received, her AB stalette outlined the Bateau neck- and Mrs. Orie Wigginswere A. Jones of Compton, Calif., and 'FLOR1DA BANK STARKE
degree from Georgia State; Col- line of the delicately molded bodice delightfully surprised at a Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bleasdale and
lege for Women and just before which fastened with self covered party given in their honor Sat- children, Mrs. Bill Nichols and
her marriage she was enrolled in buttons. The long Dior waistline urday evening by their soninlawand children, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Member Florida National Group
the graduate school at Mercer dipped into the vast skirt of the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. Albert

"Go to CI1AS. C. SHEPHERD University. For the past several :" tier upon tier of shirred crystal- Neel, in celebration of the Wig- Lee Crosby Jr. and children, all
years Mrs. Peek has been a member lette] which,fell to the floor in gins' 25th wedding anniversary.The of Starke. .
for York air conditioners. Theyare of the faculty of Saxon graceful folds and swept into the refreshment table was at- ,,
the best yon can buy Heights school, Dublin, Ga., and vast court train. Her veil of illusion tractively appointed with a crystal JL__ _._ .: __ :__.-___ ___' --- _ .h. _' _>O : _:: '_- __:,,,
at the most reasonable price." this fall she will be affiliated with was attached to a crown of punch bowl centering the
the Starke Elementary School. .;. .......... I seed pearls. She wore matching :table and flanked by burning -
Mr. Peek is a graduate of Bradford shirred mitts and carried a bouquet -..white tapers in single candle- EverythingMust
High School, is active in fr''l'4'. .,- I of tube roses with white orchid holders. Around the punch bowl RONIIISFINAL I S
I Go!
civic affairs and is president of center. fern was arranged, interspersed
the Florida Bank At Starke. Mrs. Weichel, mother of the ,with rose blossoms. :Mixed arrangements -
Out-of-town guests ,at the wedding 4 ,4.., bride, wore a lilac crystallettewaltz of cut flowers were
and reception included Mrs.S. length afternoon drees with also placed at points of interest
L Peek Sr., little Katherine Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk are lace inserts. She chose matching throughout the party rooms of
Peek, daughter of the groom, :announcing the engagement and accessories and a purple orchid the Wiggins home. Mrs. R. R.
and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining, all :approaching marriage of their corsage. Hutchings presided at the punch
:of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Roy I Ii daughter Fay, to 2nd Lt. Ervin L Immediately after the ceremonya bowl.

I i Ward and Darby Peek of Lake Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. reception was held at the home The 20 guests included Mr. and
City. Reddish Andrews. I!of the bride's parents on Keystone Mrs. Leo Wiggins and Mr. and

The wedding will be, an event: Lake. Among those assisting were Mrs. John Moyer and daughter, aEe
Mrs. Chancey Honored I of Saturday evening, September :Mrs. Alfred Watson, who kept the Janie, of Jacksonville. Z&e
3 at 8 o'clock in the First Bap :bride's book, and Miss Gertrude
\Vith Party ThursdayMrs. tist Church at Starke. Houser and Mrs. Jay Wood of WSCS Meeting Held
No invitations are being issued I Jacksonville, who poured punch.
Jeff Chancey, a recent I but all friends and relatives of The wedding cake was cut by Mrs. On Monday Evening
bride, was the inspiration for a
I the young couple are invited to Wm. J. Siprelle. Mrs. Kyle Mc-
lovely miscellaneous shower given attend.. Murtry and Mrs. A. S. Widdow- The regular meeting of Circle
Thursday afternoon of last week field of Denver, Colo assisted inserving. 1, WSCS, of the First Methodist
by Mrs. J. S. Swindell and Mrs.F. I ALL
j Miss Alvarez HonoreeAt Church was held Monday eveningat
I F. Flume at the home of the
Mrs. John Torode
After remaining with the guestsfor the home of c_ ;
Bridal Tea StagedIn some time, Mr. and Mrs. Howe with the leader, Mrs. L. O. Hin-
-- Jacksonville BeachA left for a leisurely trip to their son presiding.The LADIES :
i new home in Philadelphia, Pa.. devotional was offered by .
THEATRE tea honoring Miss Sylvia I where Mr. Howe is an assistant Mrs. H. Bradford. The programon I'''
i buyer for Wannamaker's.Mrs. "Conversation on Spiritual
Alvarez, bride-elect, was given
STARKE last Saturday by Mrs. R. C. Dunn Howe graduated from Penn Classics" was in charge of Mrs.
and Mrs. J. C. Kesterson in the State University in 1955 and Mr. Howard Myers. Mrs. Charlotte 4x; DRESSES *
Dedicated To Community Service former's home at Jacksonville Howe graduated from the same Miller offered a solo. .
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Beach. school in '54. Delicious refreshments were

Carrying out a color motif of .served by the hostesses, Mrs. To- Values To
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad pink and white, the hostesses I Ladies Of Christian I rode and Mrs. Edward Schwab.
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for.FREE TICKETS placed graceful k.'Ii.. ; ':: I 12.95
arrangements of ,
Church Stage Picnic .,' 1 S ,
mixed summer flowers throughout -

Saturday. August 13 SUN., MON., AND TUES. the receiving rooms of the And.Regular MeetingMembers
AUGUST 14, 15, 16 home. The 'refreshment table, R
DOUBLE FEATURE overlaid with a white organdy of the Woman's Council ALL LADIES BACK JOSCHOOL
Marilyn Monroe cloth over pink, held an artistic of the Christian Church held

-=-,.,..,HIU.,Mi iiM7 Tom EWELL Sonny TUFTS'SEVEN arrangement of pink and white their picnic at the Camp Blanding SKIRTS & BLOUSES SPECIALS
L gladioli. officers club as a guest of :Mrs.
The hostesses presented Miss Jordan.
IID D1 flit } YEAR Alvarez with a cup and saucer I I After swimming and games, a : FOR BOYS

"U\.. Jf1l _, ITCH' of her chosen china pattern as a lunch was spread. Planning the [iIk\s. DUNGAREES $ 49I
remembrance of the occasion. affair were Mrs. Audrey Kite, 49 _

\ ... $ 'A= Cinemascope and Color Invited to call between the Mrs. W. 1., Andrews and Mrs. '" 'i-,".(.t1.i.0,."lr ." J.l. SIZe 4-16
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hours of four to six o'clock Betty Sherwood. All members of < /. _
'- .- Also Latest News and Cartoon were i "",'-'t'JW;'.}"' 75 guests. Circle 1 served as hostesses. There -
Paid for Boy Short Sleeve
Among the out-of-town guests were 35 present you
AND CHARLES A. DARBY were Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, motherof Iembers of the, Council met vih SPORT) SHIRTS
the bride-elect, Mrs. L. N. in the Christian Church sanctu- When you have an automobile ,

Wed.. Thur., and Fri. Pickering, mother of the groom- ary Tuesday night for the regular accident you will be glad you i J I / r if S..2.10 Size
August 17 18, 19 elect, and Miss Dorothy Alvarez, business meeting. Mrs. W. L. carried complete insurance Regard 12.18
,I sister of the bride-elect. I Andrews presided. protection. :: \ \ '
-DOUBLEFEATURE- in the & $1-9
J' Participating program )\ $149
Mrs. Prevatt Mrs. Then insurance \J JBOY'S
., ,- It Came From Beneath latter. were Margaret your company I J
-, 'Bessie Colson, Mrs. Novis Ward
I Attractive arrangements of not you, pays the claims
r Cliudette! .;T Or sot The Sea mixed summer flowers were used(and Mrs. Eunice Wilson. made against you for personal -

Colbert Welles to advantage in decorating the I The Council will meet Tuesday injuries to others, damageto 17n
With Faith Domergue and Kenneth home for the occasion. The i night, August 16, for a program '
zeBrentm buffet
L i' the property of others and KHAKI
Tobey table was covered with a beautiful -I and social meeting. Circle 1, Mrs. AND GRAY Size 6-16
TOMORROWFOREVER i white lace cloth and centered i Audrey Kite as leader, will meet I also damage to your own car.
AND at the home of Mrs. W.
IS I with an artistic arrangement of L An
the same blossoms. I drews. Circle 2, Mrs. Bessie Col Consult this agency. PANTSROBBINS'

... icii! 1A1SN= Ilcbl'' lm I CreatureVith The The hostesses presented the son leader, will meet in the par-

P Atom Brain honoree with a 32 piece set of .sonage.
= I china as a memento of the oc-i i All members are asked to attend HI' CI Wall\ AgencyPhone

Also Serial and Color Cartoon With Richard Penning and I Ingt'lia casion. Mrs. Chancey also received -I since plans will be laid for j
.\ Stevens I II many lovely and useful redecorating the parsonage while I liThe
II Store
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gifts from the 25 invited guests. E. Sherwoodare
MRS. CARL ROBERTS AKo Latest News Events and I Dianne on vacation.
I Colson kept the
I Cartoon guest 200 E. Call Street
book during the party hours, REMIXGTOX of Values"
- ., three to five o'clock, and Mrs. Starke. Fla.
--- _- - --. . .-, ., ..' ]1. A. Colson assisted in serving. Bradford County Tele- -' ,-, .
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"11 6A 6 66 6 I I. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell of JaCk- Mrs. T, J. Griffin and Miss Annie Death Claims Starke
'Registration Day I II Bradford Polio Unit ; I I Recent Birth: i
sonville were Saturday guests of : Darby will return home Saturday I
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin. after four weeks in Jacksonville Brother And Sister :Will Borrow $9,000 Mr. and Mrs. Martin DeFelice i

.I at the home of Dr. and Slated August 19 I of Keystone Heights announce the 1
Mrs. Riley Wasdin and daughter ;
In Matter Of HoursA Hospital Debts i
:Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Mrs. birth of a daughter. Judith Mane i
Linda, spent a few days last
/ week at Kingsley Lake visiting Mendoza: was on a European tour. For First GradesRemember brother and sister from I' The Bradford chapter of they'I:,August 4. at Doctor's hospital i

ulIN Mrs. Wasdin's brother and family, :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and those spine-tingling Starke Willie G. Harris and Miss'I National Polio Foundation plans i II!t:;.. ,::Q::_!=:: .J:. j
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of .son, Mike, of :Miami spent Fridayto borrow
Harry .to $9,000 to pay costs of j
THE NEWSMrs. chills on your First Day At Jeanette Harris, died only hours 'j
Jacksonville, who spent the weekat Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. School? apart last Wednesday.Mr. treating local polio patients. i
Stricklands.Mrs. G. Haile Sr. The Hailes also had i
A lot of spines will be tingling : Harris was 64. Miss Harris Treasurer Hugh Ingram said I
.4 III I r V H. M. Richarde of State as Sunday guests Mrs. Lamar. Friday, August 19, as ISO-odd was 77. Both were hospitalized the chapter this week paid J1.699)) i

Ted Osborne of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale; and Farm spend from Monday to Haile and family of St. Peters- youngsters embark on that long, in Jacksonville. I I in hospital bills. But, because it'! I

Texas Is visiting her parents, daughter, Linda Kay, were in Thursday at Little Switzerland, burg.Mrs. trail of academic learning.For Double funeral services will be owes $9,000, more, it is asking'''\
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wood, for ten Jacksonville Sunday visiting Mrs. N. C., where she drove her aunt D. J. Clark of Tampa spent August 19 is registrationday held in the Congregational an advance from the national organization -

days.Friends Jack Sale of Blountstown, who is Mrs. C. F. Sayles of Miami, to the the weekend with Mrs. C. D. Williams for first graders in the Starke Methodist Church north of Starkeat to pay local bills. 'I

of Mrs. J. A. Griffin confined in a hospital there. Sayles summer home Mrs. Sayles Elementary School And school 3 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be "Sometime within the next t!

will regret to hear of the deathof Mrs. J. M. Ritter, Miss Selma has been visiting her sister, Mrs.E. Mrs. Robert Stevens and children officials are seeking to make it at Sante Fe Cemetery with De- month or two the local chapter I

her mother, Mrs. F. R. Coker, Cattman and E. D. Hoy of K. Perryman, for the past ten of Jacksonville were visitingMr. a' grand day, with refreshmentsand Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in should have discharged

in Lakeland. last Friday. Attending ,Tampa are guests for a few daysof days. and Mrs. L. D. Green on Sun all.When charge.Mr. previous obligations said In-)

the funeral on Monday I Mrs. Shellie Hall and the L. S. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith day. Linda and Marjorie Stevens it's all over, the kiddies Harris and Miss Harris are graia.

in Lakeland were Mrs. C. H. Hutto family. spent Sunday in Lake City visiting remained with their grandparents, will be registered and really prepared survived by one brother, who resides Ingram said Bradford County I

Nasworthy, Mrs. W. B. .Mundy, Mrs. Steve Weldon and son, relatives. the L. D. Greens, for the week. for school when it officially in Waycross, Ga. Mr. Harrisis seldom, if ever, has met its quota I
Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. B. T. Jimmy, will spend Monday to Mrs. Henrietta Hunt had as Sun-
August 29. survived for
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Varnes were opens by a son, William defraying its share of the I
Thomas and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Wednesday of next week in Win- visiting friends .in Jacksonville day guests her son and family School officials warn the children (Buddy) Harris of Starke. polio cost. Of funds raised locally,'

Mrs. J. B. Sapp, who has been ter Park visiting Mrs. Weldon's Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hunt ,of must be six-years-old priorto half is spent by the local chapter CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
sick in bed the past week, is parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Jacksonville. Frankie Hunt is remaining January 1, 1956. Otherwise, and half is sent to the national ,
greatly improved. Shaffer. Martha Weldon will and Mrs. H. B. Adams spent with his grandmother, says state law, they are too PromotionTV organization. I about this questionOur

Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steele and spend the same time with her Sunday in Weirsdale visiting their this week. I young to enter school. I Highway
daughter, Sandra of Louisville, uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. W. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Mrs. J. R. And parents should bring with! Motion Picture is Ingram Bradford currently" television aerial, like all
Mrs. J. C. Jacobs. Their grandson, in Jacksonville busi- I treating 10 or 12 postpoliocases the rest, is practically challenging
Ky.. spent last Saturday with W. Shaffer in Tavares.Mr. Kelly were them, at registration, adequate
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. and Mrs. Herb Thomas Jimmy Jacobs, returned with them ness on Thursday. proof of the child's age. This must May Include StarkeStarke [amounts, and to one exceptional case the wind to blow it
:Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Colley and and daughter Kathleen, and Mr. for a week's visit. Mrs. Inez Kelly is visiting her be a birth certificate, Bible record be on TV soon. ,tion. for hospitaliza- down. Is the aerial consideredpart

daughter, Linda, and sons, Doug and Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas and DK2 and Mrs. Lyle Andersonand son and family, Mr. and Mrs. or similar evidence. may of our house and coveredby
The U. S. 301 Association has
and Bobby, of Washington, D. C., .family of Wildwood spent the children left Tuesday for Donald Kelly?in Tampa. School officials also suggested I the extended coverage of
are visiting Mr. Colley's mother, !weekend in the Scrub. Columbia, S. C., after two weeks Mrs. Paul Faulkner and son, beginning pupils be immunizedfor authorized a movie company to WOW Meeting our fire policy, or is special

Mrs. Laura Colley, this week. Mrs. Ethel Parks returned home :visit with Mr. Anderson's parents, Paul, and brother, Meed Lewis, tetanus,diphtheria and typhoid.For .i film a sequence depicting a family I insurance needed
traveling the length of 301 from I WOW Camp 138 will meet
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were Wednesday after a month's tripto Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson. The spent the weekend in Fort Myers a pre-school checkup, they I
Baltimore to Sarasota. The 28-IAugust 16 8 to discuss
vacationing last week in Cherokee, visit Chief and Mrs. T. S. Lyle Andersons will visit relatives visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cor- suggest parents contact private I at pan.
I .minute film is to be shown the. construction of hall
I on a the
N. C., Tullahoma, Temu, and Hogsed at Parris Island, S. C., in Columbia for two weeks before bitt. Mrs. Faulkner's parents, Mr. physicians or the County Health on
200 television stations and will new lot. Every member
Charlotte, N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Black I returning to their new base in and Mrs. Emery Lewis returned Clinic, which will receive chil- is urgedto Johns
be made available for other show- attend. Charley
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill and and family in Atlanta. Washington, D. C. home with her after a two weeks dren on Wednesday or Saturday

Mrs. Joe Simmons are visiting Miss Frances Landrum spent Little Mike Anderson spent last visit with the Corbitts. morning. ings.The The WOW meets the first and i

relatives in Boston Mass., this last week with her grandparents, week with his grandparents, Mr. Mrs. R. O. Dansby returned home Registration, incidentally, will film company plans to include third Tuesday in every month. & Son

week. I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Landrum in and Mrs. H. H. Lappe in Gaines Tuesday of last week from St. I be under the covered walkway on a 3 minute sequence of the AgencyPhone

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen I(I Brooksville.Cpl. Vincent's hospital, where she was the west side of the cafeteria. family spending the night in FILE FOLDERS, Index Cards,

have had as guests, Mrs. Marion and Mrs. Joe Montieth of ville.Mrs.. has moved to confined for a week following an August 19 also will be "Open Starke and getting in a bit of Alphabetical Indexes, Metal Card 13 Starke, Fla.
E. F. Phillips I
Sapp of Lake Butler and Mrs. Columbia, S. C., are visiting his operation.Col. House" for the elementary school, fishing nearby. Files. Bradford County I I
James Norman of Columbia, Ga., parents Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon Rt. 1 Box 251A, Lake City. I and Mrs. T. T. Long and j gas it shows off its new cafetorium I' Only hitch is that Starke's shareof ... .....

on Monday evening and Mr. and tieth, and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Mrs. Effie Johns and brother, I family are vacationing at the T. eight classrooms and rinci- the cost was to be $500. The I

t Mrs.. Johnny Pearson and childrenof McGriff Jr. this week. M. D. Carter, and Mr. and Mrs. I H. Slade home this week on pal's office. Also on hand for Starke Chamber of Commerce has II

Thibodeax, La., on Monday and Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gaines- Oscar Carter spent Mrs.Sunday Johns'in Kingsley Lake while the Sladesare sight-seeing will be the grass gotten a reduction to $350. I BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor

Tuesday. .. ville spent the weekend with Mr. Dade City visiting vacationing in the Smoky covered school grounds, and the Chamber of Commerce directors -

and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr., Mr. sister, Mrs. Carrie Smith. Mountains.Mr. playground equipment. I informed of the proposal, Reliable Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop

and Mrs. C. J. Harris and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wiggins of and Mrs. Roy Andrews and I Refreshments will be served as asked a further reduction to $250. Starke Business Firms

and Mrs. Lex Green. Rochester, N. Y., are visiting Mr. family of Westconnet spent Sun- visitors pass through the cafe- !They figured motel and restaurant

Miss Idell Landrum arrives and Mrs. George. Carter and Mr. day with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans- teria. operators would be willing to split
.DEB" home Saturday from' Durham, and Mrs. Lloyd Bryan this week. by. On August 25 and 26, the new the $250 cost. II..LI

TARKE FL-:. N. C.. for three weeks vacation. Sgt. Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones of cafeteria will have two "trial I HIGH TESTED OPEN '

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Curry and arrived home last Wednesdayafter Compton, Calif., are vacationing runs." Everyone is invited, pro- Three Friends Barber THICK WALL SUNDAY
son, Paul, of Cecil Field are spend- a year and a half servicein for two weeks 'with Mr. and Mrs. vided reservations are made by 4

, SUN., MON., TUES.I ing a few days this week with Korea to visit his mother, Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby Sr. and Mr. and p. m. Tuesday, August 23. Lunch Shop Leased By SmithW. 7:30 10:30 A.M.
I AUG. 14. 15. 16 Mr. Davis, and grandfather, Jr. and family. CONCRETEBLOCKS
and Mrs. H. K. Tyua. Mr. Margaret Mrs. A. L. Crosby will be served between 12 and 1
DOUBLE FEATURE Curry, Who is receiving his discharge T. S. Williams, for a month. He Mrs. Del Colley and Mrs. Mildred for 50 cents a meal. Reserva- B. (Bill) Mundy, after 30 12:30 8:00 P.M.\ I Ie jS l

Both In Cinemascope from the Navy this week, will report to Fort Bragg, N. C., Beard Cuttino will spend the week- tions may be made by calling years of barbering in Starke, has
and his family'leave Saturday for after his furlough. Oliver graduated .end at Titusville.Mr. 422-W. leased his Three Friends BarberShop

Chief Crazy Horse their home In Minnesota. from BHS in the class of : and Mrs. Thurman Hatha-j to Austin Smith. And FULL LINE OF
Elaine Sykes of Miami is 1953 and is known to his class I children of .. .I I
IX TECHNICOLOR spending way and Mental Health Needs Mundy, who is stepping out for READY.MIXEDCONCRETE I GROCERIESWEST
With Victor Mature & Suzan Ball this week with her cousin, mates as Ju Ju. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Calvin(, I health reasons, said he wished to
Linda Kay Sale. Mr. and Mrs. Byron C. Brantley I Johns this week. For Youth ExplainedTo thank Bradford residents for their END
-AND- Mr and Mrs. Bill daughter Belvy1 Ann and son Peeler of Fernan-
, Graham and Miss Patricia years of patronage, and he said
Hit The DeckWith children are spending this week Gary of Brooksville, Ind., are dina and Sam Renfroe of the Uni- Local CommitteeLack he was leaving the business "with I Phone 94 GROCERYWELDING
visiting in Tallahassee, the spending this week with his Florida were Friday great reluctance
I Jane Powell, Tony Martin &: Stephen versity of of facilities for dealing because of the I
Foster Memorial mother Mrs. M. N. Brantley. last week of Mr. friends
and the I've
re- evening guests through the BRADFORDENGINEERING
Debbie Reynolds with the
the home of.. psychotic or emotionally I
visitors at
mainder of the week at Recent
their Cowen.
Plus Color Cartoon for Children camp Mr. and and Mrs. Charlie I disturbed child is the weak link years. I ,
in the Scrub. Mrs. Ara Moitt were CO.
in the chain of mental health Mundy said he would resume;
Wed. Thur. 17 18 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Christianand ))frs. V. R. Andrew and Mrs. N. F.. i business .
Aug. :Mr. and Adult School Degree development, members of the when his health permits. ]
family of Charleston, W. Va., Andrew of Dade City,
DOUBLE FEATURE were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. George Cook of Miami, Mrs. Available In CountyDid Bradford County Children's Com- I

JOHNNY DARK Bias last Friday. W. W.: Carter of Lakeland. Mr. mittee luncheon were told at Tuesday.The their monthly. j i. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester 24 Hour ServiceALL CAST IRON BRASS _

Mrs. A. A. Peck of Jacksonville and Mrs. C. P. Tison, of Jackson- fate rob you of your high meeting !brook purse-size fountain pens (nr I KINDS AUTO REPAIRS CAST STEEL
IN TEC1LMCOLOR spent Tuesday to Saturday of last ville, Mrs. W. A. Alvarez of Jack- school degree? Well, you adults speaker was Dr. R. W. Mc pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford I
With Tony Curtis Piper Laurie I week with Mr. and Mrs. Eustis sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bur- can receive it now, simply by j Comas, dierctor, Division of Men I County Telegraph. WRECKER SERVICE CUMBER'SWELDING

AND McKnight. din of Shirley, Ind., Mr. and Mrs.L. passing an exam. I tal'Health, State Board of Health. Phone 9118 SHOP

Berlin 'I Mr.'and Mrs.-Thomas Trammel A. Wynn of Hampton Lake and For the first time, Bradford has'!The statement was made in replyto I . Phone 248-J!
Express awarding a question by Dr. Florence .. .. THOMAS TRUCK
of for
and son -- -- --
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Perry of Mrs. Ruse Spivery a testing program 1, - I Cor. 10th & Thompson
With Merle Oberon and Robert
Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dade City. high school equivalency diplomasto Jennings, Bradford County juve- TERMINAL

Ryan Patterson of Dawson. Ga.. were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cobb were those, who missed getting a degree nile counselor, who asked what : COLONIALFLORIST 1/2 Mile South on 301
Plus Cartoon for Children Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. weekend visitors of Mrs. D. W. in earlier years. could be done with a child who

Moore. Spending his vacation It's simple. Take a test ad- showed such symptoms and yet i
Charlie Cowen. CONEY
Fri.. Sat. Aug. 19.20 They all had a ISLAND
with his grandmother is David ministered by testing director could not be sent to a regular
DOUBLE FEATURE picinc supper that evening at I
mental institution. DRY
Kingsley Lake. Wayne Moore. Willam Patray and under super- L CLEANING
PHFFFT Dr. A. J. Barry will leave Sun- vision of Principal Charles Partin, Dr. McComas said that, unfortunately FOREMOST ICE CREAM
Leon Thomas of Melrose was
day for Atlanta, Ga. where he Supervisor Larry Gibson and Supt opinion in this field 'I AND MILK
With Judy Holllday and Jack visiting his brother-in-law and I PHONE 218
will take a four weeks refresher I I|Harmon P. Morgan.If varied so greatly there was no Sandwiches Of All Kinds
Carson sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barks- I
hospital course. you pass it, you get the di- program at the present time that I Open 8 ajn. 10:30 p.m.
dale on Sunday.Mr. CALL FOR
-AND- :Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Carson ploma. If you don't, take a few could be considered effective. He I
and Mrs. J. W. Home and I ( ) ALL DAY SUNDAY
and children, Linda and Frank, of the adult night classes and) try reviewed legislation passed at the AND DELIVER
On The Spanish TrailWith sons of Hampton had Sunday Tenth Street
of Pittsburgh, Pa., are visitingMrs. again. / I II (. last session of the State Legislature -
dinner with their son-in-law and
Roy Rogers Carson's mother, Mrs. Pate Until recently, the diplomas I in the interest of a more FLOWERSFor Phone 135
Plus Serial Chap. IS and Cartoonfor daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gassett. i effective I mental health
I I were awarded only in such spots programin
Barksdale in celebration NEW METHOD
and -
Children Mr. and Mrs. G. J. :McGriff were Jacksonville and Gainesvlile. Florida.Dr. I All Occasions
of Mr. Home's birthday an-
among the General Electric deal I They are popular with veterans McComas was accompaniedby i CLEANERSBob
I mversary. I ers enjoying an expense-paid holi-I whose education was cut short W. L. Whitehurst psychiatristwith DISH GARDENS Green 315 Temple Ave.

day at the Fountainbleau Hotel in by war.Free. the division, who also discussed POTTED PLANTS KONEDRIVEIN
Miami Beach last week. They I various phases of the pro-

were awarded the trip for selling Eye Examination gram.,. POTTERY YYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyySchwinn

IT'S LATER THAN 'YOU THINK! their quota of appliances.Mrs. The speakers were introducedby Bicycles
A. N. Holliady and daughter Offered To StudentsAll H. P. Morgan, superintendentof Flowers 'WiredAnywhere Package Milk Shakes

Hope, leave Sunday for two Bradford County schools. I AND REPAIRING And
weeks visit with Major and :Mrs.J. I children attending schoolin II I SAWS FILED KING
YOU ONLY HAVE UNTIL A. Scanlan at Vent Hill Farms, the Northeast Florida area are i LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED
invited attend the fourth an- Starke Boys Return
to iI
Va.Mr. Nona St. Starke Simpson Bike DELICIOUS
Saturday, Aug. 13 -- 12 Noon to RegisterFOR : and :Mrs. Sam Anderson and : nual sight-screening program Au- From Model ContestTwo I, S. Walnut St.Shop REFRESHINGFlorida
DK-2 and Mrs. gust 22 through 26 at Jackson- '
Lyle Anderson I Starke brothers, Charles >:, .- -- ., -- :. --..-.-,/ ....... .. ..........- ..- -
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ; ville.The and Lonzo Kirkland, have returned I

THE CITY ELECTION and Farm.Lt.Mrs.. Bobby Turner at State Association Northeast Florida Optometric of the- from a several day trip to Detroit -i '. _, h _-. ., '.' 't. ._. _'. -_ -_ .. '". ___ ::: _'_ =- .
Mich., where they were
Robert Berger, enroute from event, will be assisted by members guests of Fisher Body Craftman's
Please Register If You Are QualifiedAND Camp Gordon, Ga., .to the Far of the optometric professional I I i Guild.

.t! East, was a recent guest of Dr. organization who give their Both youths won regional hon-

PLEASE DONT FORGET TO VOTE FORJ. I and Mrs. H. H. Adams. time to this public-service pro- ors in the Guild's model car contest

Mrs. Eugenia D. Worley of gram in the interest of sight con- They received the expense-

R. WAINWRIGHT FOR MAYOR Aiken, S. C., is spending two weeks servation. free trip and $150 cash prizes. TheatreSUNI

with her sister Mrs. Claude Crow- This year's tests will be madeat The boys also were eligible for
son, and :Mr. Crowson. The Crow- the American Legion Hall, 311 university scholarships awardedin
SEPTEMBER 13TH sons also had weekend ,
as guests West Duval Street. Optometristswill the contest, but the scholar-
their nephew, Lt. Jamie Worley of be on duty from 9 a. m. to ships were awarded to other en- -
Eglin Field. 5 p. m. each day. No charge is trants. I

Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter, made for the test and written reports MOD. TUES. AUGUST 14 15 16

Kay, spent Tuesday to Friday of are sent to the parents and BOOKKEEPING SUPPLIES ,

last week visiting relatives in to the family physician.Last Ledgers, Binders etc. Bradford

BE SANITARY WITHHAMILTON'S Baxley. Ga.Sheriff I year 753 children regis-. County Telegraph.

I and :Mrs. P. D. Reddish tered for the screening.Dr. I --
I and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley entertained -
I Seymour Marco, Starke

PRE CAST SEPTIC TANKS I Friday evening at a supper for Mrs.party Reddish's last 1 1I ,optometrist will participate in the cf k r I Marilyn MonroeI

I and Mrs. Tilley's sister, Mrs. D. ,
:M. Heath of Fort Lauderdale, who
had spent the past week with her Daughter Of Former .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. .
Sapp. Starke Resident Dies

y The supper party, enjoyed by 14 (, n EWELL SUNNY TUFTS

guests, was held at the Bill Red- I Friends of Mrs. :Miriam Kick- I

dishes at Kingsley Lake. liter of St. Augustine, formerly of I .

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and Starke. will regret to hear of the .

a son, Curtis, spent the weekend at i death of her daughter, Sammie .
Daytona Beach.: j Elaine Kickliter, 23, on July 29 t It unttt i I in

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and in Atlanta, Ga. I

family have as guests this week, Funeral services were held

I[Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs. Mattie ,Sunday, July 31, in the Patterson "Mom always works it so we !' '

Barry of Wauchula, and her Funeral l Home Chapel with burialin end up at the Guidon Grill!" Seven Year Itch'CINEMASCOPE
I I(sister Mrs. C. C. Deas and sons Westview Cemetery, Atlanta.

i of Haines City. Rev. W. Arnold Smith, pastor of Pop goes along
LW 'I Mike and John Reddish are Inman Park Baptist Church of with Ior's neat trick I .

i spending this week with their Atlanta, officiated.In Could be our place

uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. D. addition to her mother, survivors he too would pick? : AND
M. Heath in Fort Lauderdale. The Miss COLOR
I include three I
boys will also visit their brother I Claire Kickliter St. Augustine i
I and sister-in-law, 1st Class Airman I[ ; Mrs Wendell Hendricksl GUIDON'GRILLGeorge I I
and Mrs. Reddish
Dolph at i
Newnan,, Ga.; and :Miss Barbara n
1 West Palm Beach. Ann Kennedy of Atlanta, Ga. 'I Also Latest News and
Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Kopelousos, Owner
Box 11 OS Starke, Fla. Phone 415-W l children of St. Augustine spent TYPING PAPER, onion skin, Starke, Fla.

I the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Second Sheets, Carbon Paper. 1 _
J. .,. __. _
iJunius Smith. Bradford County Telegraph. '.- p- -- .4'. .'-."-,. --.- -.- -- .- -. _. ._ __ _' .,-u: --_____________."....




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vile, N. C. They will also visit
VYYYYYYYYYYYYYVVYYYYYYV TYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 'once each week for four consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
their son, Freddy, who attendsa I weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY Clerk of the Circuit Court. I
boys school near Hendersonville. I TELEGRAPH. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
LAWTEY% ; HIGHLAND GRAHAM Dated this 3 day of August 19.5. 8 5 4t 8. 26
Mrs. Nellie O'Steen and Mrs I
Hattie Mathis of Tampa and 'ii
By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch
Mrs. Lou Norman of Heilbronn By Sirs. Lacy Norman Mrs. John MrKlnneyu.aaua..aua.auua.u

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFreddie are visiting their sister, Mrs .................&...... I
Dinkins returned home'Monday Mary Reddish. Bradford I
Miss Judy Bennett spent the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof Mrs. Mertie Osteen of Miami I i i
after June and
weekend with her aunt and uncle, Jacksonville spent the weekend and her granddaughter, Murhee I HUNDREDS
July in Jacksonville with his
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett at Newcomer with Mrs. Mosely's parents, theL. Parker, returned to their home i i
aunt Miss Adel Dinkins and
the State Farm M. Normans. Sunday.
another aunt and uncle, Mr. and !
Mrs. Horace Cox. I IMr. Mrs. W. F. Moore and daughter Several from Highland were In Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney of details are managed and economically -
I Miss Gayle, were shoppingin Packs the study course offered at Max- and children spent the weekend i j attended that only a trained and
.- and Mrs. Claude Rowe ensjoyed Jacksonville vile last week. The teacher was ,
on Wednesday. with relatives in Tampa. Emily careful organization can attend when
a weekend in Atlanta with i Mr. and Mrs. Paul of Rev. Locker of the Riverview
Griffis McKinney returned home with the urgent need for serving is at
Mr. Rowe's brother-in-law and Jacksonville were, weekend guestsof Baptist Church in Jacksonville. them after spending a month with hand.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bur- Mrs. Griffis' mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis I her sister, Mi s. W. B. Johnson, in
ton.The Daisy Sutton. and little daughter of Jacksonville Tampa.
C. B. Hiatt family were Mrs. Joyce Futch and son, attended church here Sun- A large crowd attended the DeVVITT C. JONES

visiting Mr. Hiatt's mother, Mrs.J. Ralph, were shopping in Jack- I day.Mr. Sunday School mass meeting at I Phone 7 Starke, Fla.I .
:M. Lee, Jacksonville, on Sun- sonville on Saturday. : ; and Mrs. M. L. Thompson the Baptist Church Thursday I AI
I Mrs. John Shuford and Dave of ,Jacksonville were visiting the
night of last week.
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle An- had as weekend guests Mr. and Lacey Normans Saturday! after- Cemetery Working I Director Ambulance Service

drews came up from Wildwood on Mrs. Joe Shuford and family of noon. There will be an all-day work- Our.local funeral home enables nj to offer convenience* W
Monday and carried Renee and St. Augustine.Mrs. Latest newcomer to Bradford County is this un-named Shetland pony, Little Lillian and Sandra Nor- ing at old :ML Sinai Cemeteryon service not otherwise available.We .

Mickey Moore home with them Harold Eunice and Mrs. which measures all of knee-high. The little fellow, born Sunday wasa man of Lawtey spent two weeks Thursday, Aug. 18. All inter- ,
for a visit while Mr. and Mrs. Selma Eunice have visited Harold day old when the photograph was snapped. Holding the pony is here with Maggie Crews. They are ested persons are urged to come J I' I Y Y "A

Fred Moore and daughter, Miss Eunice in St. Vincent's Hospital owner R. C. (Pee Wee) Dampier, who has gone in for pony raisingin !spending this week with their and help. Bring tools to work with furnish the highest! type eervic at lowest price, and
Gayle, are spending a week with many times this week. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. and lunch. Be prepared to stay I accept ANT life insurance policy in force, issued by ANT
He 12 mares, two studs and five
a big way. owns ponies
Lewis Norman.
their daughter, Mrs. Wesley! Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Phillips and I II I I until the job is finished. company, u payment in part or In full on a tuners
Thomas and family in Henderson- family spent Sunday' in Waldo as showing considerable progress since he started last year. Dampierisn't Mrs. L. M. Norman and son! I Consultation carries no obligation.
sure of the going price for ponies, but he thinks it is $300 fora Carl, were in Green'Cove Springson whose I '
I To: Leonard F. Gritting J
gentle animal. This doesn't include the Junior pictured above _' business Friday. II residence and address Is: Box :I.

he's still too rough! I' Dickey Sapp of Green Cove I Yaphank You are, Long hereby Island notified Xew 354'1 ._. __'. '.. '_ _- __ _-" -. ::_-..s":1.-:1.: __.._ "___
Springs returned home Saturday I suit for divorce
JOHNSON MOTORSSEE guests of their sons, Colemanand vacation. I after spending last week with the I,:above baa been named filed Court against and you cause In and the
Leslie, and their wives. Mrs. Effie Miner spent the Lacey Normans. you are required to serve! a copy of FACTORYF ENGINEERED
:Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright of weekend in New Smyrna Beach Mr. and Mrs. Louie Carter of your answer or PlaintiffS pleading AttorneyT to the
t.mplaint on the
THE COMPLETE LINE AT State Farm and her mother, Mrs. and Crescent City. Her daughter, Clay Hill and granddaughter, Frank Landrum, Starke, APPROVED FACTORY

Leona Edwards, were, visiting Mr. Mrs. Frank Wells, and grand- Sharon Mosely, and Shirley Smith and Florida file the original In the office
and Mrs. Carl Edwards and babyin daughters, Miss Mary Ann and I watched the cow auction in of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on SERVICE PARTS
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONES Gainesville on Saturday.Mrs. Nina, returned with tier to spenda Gainesville Monday. or 5 before day of the September 1955;
Mamie Futch brought heron few days. Little Sandra Lang of Tampa otherwise the allegations of said

45 AND 333Hey Floyd, home from Alachua Mr. Carl Hilliard was visitinghis spent a few days with the Homer Complaint by you.will be taken aa confessed Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
General Hospital on Saturday. We wife in St. Vincent's Hospital Smiths. This notice shall! be published

t .hope he will soon be able to be this week. Sunday School 9:45: a. m., Worship Wrecker Service (

LTT.ru1-; going to town. Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.

had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. m. Teachers and officers meeting
KIMBWHG and Mrs. Wailen Sapp and Mrs. LONG BRANCH each Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday TESTING BRAKE AND STARTER I

Annie, Stevens of Jacksonvilleand School Supt. J. Eunice, pastor JUST ONE LINING TUBES GENERATOR

-- several of the young people by Airs. 1. L. Strickland E. C. Harvey. FRIGIDAIREMade FENDER SALES BATTERIES
) YOUR DOG TO OUR Free from the Baptist church. I
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and;\' ....................... REMINGTON1 ADDING MA only by General REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
\ sons of Jacksonville spent the Daisy Lang returned home from CHINES. Bradford County Tele- '
Electric Refrigerators
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Tallahassee, where she has spent graph. are
006OUNKIN Moseley Sr. the week with the other school NOTICE TO APPEAR made by other companies Complete Lubrication Service
and the word
t Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer at- cafeteria workers taking instruc- la Circuit Court Bradford County, cannot use
tended services at the First Bap- tions in cafeteria operations. Charlotte Florida In Griffing Chancerr.Plaintiff, vs. Frigidaire. DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
tist Church Sunday night and We recently learned that the Leonard F. Griffing. Defendant. I II
i Case No. 10-1126 Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
1 were overnight guests of the W. son-in-law of Jack Wilkinson, Notice To Appears"TICKOFF" Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE

Fred Moore family.Mr. Duke, has undergone a severe Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
DAY and Mrs. Irvin Shaw and !siege; of typhoid fever but is improving ? ? I

I family and Miss Ola Mae Phillips at the present time. THEN SEE HAnoi BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
spent Saturday in Keystone I All of the children who attend

Heights. 'ed camp at Keystone Heights returned A SENSATIONAL NEW E. H. SMITHTenth ,

er>oa Rev. A. E. Massey preached in 11 home last Saturday.We DISCOVERY! 600 Temple Ave. ||?$ff i|| Phone 69 'E:
Ocala on Sunday. Mr. Ed Pierce
understand the attendanceat
Give your dog a capsule!
filled the pulpit at Faith Bap- Sunday School last Sundaywas Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! and Temple Ae. YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER1.rT'
SAT. AUG. 13 -- 2 TO 4 P. M. tist.Mrs. average and Rev. Higdon'smessage I'
Georgia Ann Sapp's son, was one of the best. We,, I .. _.'__. ,_- __ ___" _..
Everett Burney, of Jacksonville missed Sunday School and church I II "" ---. --.-- -. - .- .- .__._ -------..--. ,
Have fun and give your dog a treat at our Free DOG visited her on Saturday.Mr. I as we went to see the doctor and
and Mrs. W. M. Smith of did not get back in time to at-
DUNKING DAY. Starke brought their new daughter ; .
tend.We : L 1s
We'll dip your dog in a solution of Purina Mange to see her grandparents, Mr. haven't any news again :

Control to help rid him of fleas, lice, ticks or other and day. Mrs. Jesse Smith, on Sun- this week, haven't learned any-
thing of interest.
irritating .. make him feel good all over. OA pa -
pests. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine We received a letter last week

Put a collar and leash on your pet and bring him in Teston last weekend were Ed from Mrs. Parry, our former Mc-
Teston of Mr. and Mrs.
Tampa Ness dealer, stating Mr. Parry
fora free dunking. Ernest Peavy and Mrs. Gara Dor- suffered a stroke and was at the

Of man of Ocoee. Corning hospital for awhile, then s $>.
Fun -- Free Samples Mrs. Grace Buckley and Miss they returned him to their daugh- .

PURINA DOG CHOW Deleyne Crews of Jacksonvillespent ter's home. He is in bed yet but \ _
the weekend with their par- some better, right side is still : ;: ,:1 : ;
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Crews. useless but speech is improving.In q
Brownlee & ChasteenPhone Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker case any of you folks wish to
and sons of Atlantic Beach were send a card or letter, the addressis
Sunday guests of Mrs. Blocker's Canton Road, Route 3, Coming -
143 Cor. 10th & Cherry at Depot
mother, Mrs. A. H. Harley.Mr. N. Y. They wish to come
and Mrs. T. L. Casey Jr. back to Florida if Mr. Parry recovers -
if B BVBvwtiBBBBiili I a0, ? returned this week from Auburn- sufficently to make the
TBBBBBBBBBBBB I1 dale where they had spent their trip.

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PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STREETS STARKE, FLA. Phone 155 -- Starke, Florida

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'vv.rvvnvv.evvvrnvyyna 1 Crawford. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By Marian: I.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Council Hears Talk 8/5 4t 8/26

Jack Trawick, county health I e ss' In Circuit Court. Bradford Con q,
inspector, spoke to Hampton city r Florida! I. 1t..hOry.
Mrs. D. E. IllUAAAAAAAAA&&A&AAA Luzerne S. Prown Plaintiff, vs.
council at its regular monthly 4 Anna McKay Brown. Defendant.

& meeting at the. city hall last week, Case No. 10-1113
Notice To
Eggplant Appears
discussing services available to
City Election 13 To: Anna McKay Brown whose
Sept. ; .Hampton through the county unit. residence and address is: Unknown Emerson
Voters Must Register You are hereby notified that a .
Sanitation laws in force in the Flourish
suit fnr
Vacancies for mayor, city clerk, county were enumerated by Tra- _. f\lvnrce I
marshal aM three councilmen are I has been filed against you in the I
'wick, and he stressed the fact .
to be filled at Hampton's annual 'I' above named Court and cause and j
that his department is for the On Farm Of you are.requlred to serve a copy of
city election September 13, it I -
your answer or pleading to the
service of the entire county and
was determinded at the July meet- complaint on th Plalntlf"*
I may be called upon for help with Attorney Louis T. Ransom 519
ing of the council last week at the
Professional Jacksonville Television
I any sanitation problem that may WainwrightEggplant Building j I II
city hall. t3 I Florida
arise in Hampton or other .out
1 and file the original In the office of
Voter registration books are
lying towns within the county. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
now open and have been placedat Discussing of the sanitation or b fftro th. ,
5 day of September, 1955
Mrs. Home's store for all
question was broached by a local I otherwise the allegations of said I
those not previously registered as Complaint will h taken as confessed I
problem recently of hogs kept I
voters in the city. Qualificationsto within the city limits. }l This by you notice shall be published 21 Inch Console ONLY

vote in the city election are Council members at the meeting i II once each week for fnur consecuttvt
{'weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
residence within the city limits .I also voted; for a street light With
for six months and residence to be added at the south end of Dated this 3 day of August, 1955. Aluminized
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj
within Bradford county for one Division Street. Attendance at \! of the Circuit Court I

year. New voters must registerby last week's meeting was 100 per- I I By Marian').. Crosby, Deputy 8/5 4t CIrVI 8/26 I Picture Tube --

Saturday, August 20. cent. For the first time in several shoulder high, pushed skyward by recent rains, are flourishing _

In order to file to run for of- months, due to both sickness and on the 15 acre tract farmed by Mayor J. K. \Vain\\right of Starke NOTICE TO APPEAR I Filter ScreenSHEPHERD
Circuit Court Bradford County,
tice candidates must circulate a vacation absences. (pictured) and Ernie Teston of Ft. ;Mjers.: The crop is planted in\IB Florida; In Chancery. .

petition and obtain names of 10 Rexhal At Hampton March and harvesting begins June 15. The long harvesting season (Coleman Doree D.P.Houchins Houchins Plaintiff.Defendant.\s.

registered voters, and submit it Baptist ChurchDr. i extends until frost hits the plants in the fall. While Wainwright is Case No. 101129Order
to \V. H. Maxwell, city clerk. Of Publication And Notice
I C. F. Weigle, author of the I pleased with the yield of some 500 bushels thus far, he is disappointed To Appear! State Of Florida T.; Gives You The Highest Trade-in Allowance
All three councilman vacanciesare ;gospel hymn, "No One Ever Cared Coleman P. Houchins whose resi-
at the which this also is
price dropped heavily year. Marketing
for two-year terms; the mayor's For Me Like Jesus," will be evan- dence and address Is: 503 X. 8th
II difficult the price unknown until the hits Northern St., Hopewell, VirginiaYou Come And
office is for a one-year term; gelist for a week's meetings at virtually produce are required to appear on In See These Bargains -- Full Stock In All Price

the clerk, a one-year term; and Hampton Baptist Church Sunday, markets. If toe price doesn't improve, Wainwright may have to (Sept. 5. 1955. in the above named

the marshall, a two-year term. August 14 through Sunday, Au- plow the field under. .i*' Court seeks divorce and cause.and wherein custody of plaintiff minor Ranges -- Styles and Models

Present officers whose terms ex- gust 21. Services will begin at 8 children

pire are G P. Wadsworth, mayor p. in. each evening, and Sunday L. A. Halls. or before the publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four
W. H. Maxwell clerk Mark- services at 11 following :Mr. and :Mrs. E. H. Faile and 5 day of September 1955; weekly issues.
; ; morning a. m., otherwise the allegations of said
W. H. I daughter, Miss Patricia Faile, Complaint will be taken as confessed Witness my hand and official
lee Norman marshall
; Sunday School at 10 a. m.
seal at Starke Florida, this August C
Griffin A. C. Dennison and Don- Dinner will be served on the Miss Carolyn Beatty and Mrs. A. This you.notice shah be publishedonce 4, 1955.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
R. Faile returned Monday to their (
aid Hill, councilmen. church grounds Sunday noon August each week for four consecutive As Clerk of said Court
21 home in Lancaster, S. C., after weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Rv Marian L. Clerk
Councilmen not up for re-elec-I(I for the closing day of Crosby Deputy
several days visit in Hamptonwith graph. Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life RADIO TV SEAT COVERS
tion J. W. Home and the revival. Marvin Faile, pastor,
are Dated this 2 day of August 1955. Eldg., Jacksonville, Florida.
I II I invited all members and friendsof the Marvin Faile family. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy Attys. for Plf. 84t 8/26

the church to attend the meet- Mrs. Mildred Deavers and ""- ---
daughters of Norfolk, Va., are ,

ings.Mrs. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ira I
Claude May was guest of
Lester in Hampton. :Mrs. Deaversis
GASH honor at a birthday dinner Sun-
l-iBWARf1 the former Mildred Birt.
day, August 7, at the Tower'House
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson,

far IUJul restaurant in Gainesville. Mrs. T. F. Brown and Robert
e a c
k t Present were Mr. and Mrs. May,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox and Cooper were Tallahassee visitors

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Saturday.Mr. Taste15i

May, and Richard May of Hamp- and Mrs. C. L. Cooper The :

.f I II ton and Mrs. May Sweeney and drove to Cross City Sunday. Don-

daughters Joan and Connie of ald and Clarinell Cooper, who; .

Gainesville. Mrs. Cox and Richard have been visiting relatives there,

and Mrs. Clealon Rhodes returnedto
May, daughter and son of Mrs.

May, were hosts for the occasion. Hampton with them. I 5t555P4Qfl 9'Ts
Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges and ...
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Morris and ....-_ ..-.. .. -
family of :Macclenny visited Sun- -.....
daughter Sue of Pompano
at the H. B. Wiggins home.
II You If silt How returned from a trip to Salt Lake day .
:Mr. and Mrs. James Broome _
City, Utah, and are visiting in
lor HEW
a and family of Orlando are visiting
Hampton this week with Mrs.
relatives in Hampton for a two-
Morris' father, B. Y. Saxon, and ,
weeks vacation. .
in Starke with the S. G. Den- 1a'
memnOil marks. Roy Morgan of Jacksonville is ;

visiting in Hampton with his '
Mr. and, Mrs. Bill West and ,
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean
son Mark of Jacksonville visitedat

Floor FurnaceCash the J. W. Home's Sunday en- Johnson.Mr. of
and Mrs. Wilson May
route from Dunnellon.Mr. Gainesville visited their parentsin I ,

in on that old stove or and Mrs. Omer Ferryman Hampton Sunday, Mr. and .. .. "*>$P -'*
other heating .. of Knoxville, Tenn., visited this and Mrs. :Minnie
equipment. Mrs. H. D. May .
whether it works or notl! We'll week with Mr and Mrs. Arnold Marcionny. here the

pay you well to TRADE Haddock. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Chasen of are real facts.} from ,,..: \

EARLY!Don't wait;offer good Miss Avoy Williams, Miss Sheb-
Hampton and his mother, Mrs. -
now and for limited time only. ble Prevatt, Miss Ruth Perry, and '
Gainesville will leave
Cowan of : ;

Get a Coleman Oil Floor Furnace their chaperones, Miss Betty Dur- j Saturday for Dallas, Tex., where an independent
ling and Mrs. Richard May
Mrs. Cowan it to have a medical source :
and GUARANTEE- YOURSELF daughter Melody returned Mon-(checkup.Mrs. :- .i.ih1t; s i-- T .

day from youth,week camp at .
"Central-Heating" Comfort Bill Rice's ranch at Murfreesboro I Ida Parrish of "Earlton .' -
:Beach returned last week from
f lol rtgiiUror ; Tenn. Melody May was confinedto Illinois where she has been visiting Bulletin 'No. 4
Dual Wall the hospital in Murfreesboro TEA. :MARKETING: : FACTS ; that makes Coca-Cola
no fnodtlt.'living Take* during part of their stay. The and is now visiting with her .. ; J\
and Mr. and
I son-in-law daughter
taty ipoc to.iiutgtl...or* girls are all in the Baptist Sun '!Mrs. Emory Brown of Hampton. -- -- --- - -- _. .- -- ---- ---- -- JUNE J 1954At .

day school intermediate girls' j Work has begun recently on a

class.Mr. I mew home for Mr. and :Mrs. Otto TEA'S CALORIE STORY outsell all other

l 1 and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and i[Hicks on their farm south of

Mrs. George Williams attended a

25th anniversary party in Stark.,Hampton.Mr. and Mrs. Donahue Crawford the request of the Tea Council, the Miner Laboratories, Chicago,. Illinois, scientif national brands j

Saturday evening for Mr. and I visited in Valdosta, Ga., last ically examined 31 different varieties of hot and cold beverages and computed the caloric I .

See Free_ _Demonstration.!!. TodayAs Mrs. Orie Wiggins. Many; rela- I weekend.. content of each. As the following table shoes, tea without additives has significantly W. *

tives and friends attended the W. H. Griffin visited in Jacksonville less calories than any of the other popular drinks. .

gathering.Mrs. the first of the week drinks
of soft
Little L. R. Yates and children Griffins. Approximate Calories Per '
2.50Per with the Percy
As WeekGAY'S left last week for San Antonio, Mrs. Nita Johnson of Hampton Beverage 6 Fluid Ounce Serving

. Tex., after a visit in Hamptonwith is visiting in Ft. :Myers "with .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox. Grape Juice Canned & Bottled 121 combined
HOMEAPPLIANCES her daughter.
Miss Peggy Dyal returned last Milk 107 ',J' ; V_. .

week from Washington, D. C., Grape Juice Frozen 101 v __ .-

where she has been living, and CILL FOR BIDS the Orange Flavor Drink 95 .
Sealed bids will be received by
plans to make her home with her Board of Bond Trustees of the City Orange Juice Fresh 94 .
PHONE 10 mother, Mrs. Alma Dyal, near of Starke, Flordia at the City Hall ">'" Mwww'
in Starke, Florida, until 7:00 o'clock BerryjFJavor ? 94
Cor. Court & Madison: Hampton.Mr. P.M., on Monday the 15th day of .Orange'Juice'-.Ffozen 't'
and Mrs. Clyde Israel of August A.D.. 1955 at which tIme <; .- 8a-... it
Starke .
Fla. and place all bids received will be Super Coola 87 '
Archer visited Sunday with thYYYVYYYYYYYYVYYTYYyyyyYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYY e publicly opened and read aloud'for ,t-& .. ; I : ; .,
the purchase of one Standard one- Root Beer 86 "1' I
half ton pick-up truck, six or eight ( LemonadeFrozen -
cylinders, six-ply tires. One 194S % v
one-half ton Chevrolet pick-up Pepsi'Cola 8 6 The famous bottle that
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EXPERT truck to be traded can be seen at
City Light and Water Plant. "" Royal Cro.'Cola t 83 de' talldsforquahtyrefreshment."ocaCola
E The said Board of Bond Trustees .
the right to accept or reject .78
reserves the world
WATCH REPAIRING I IWe any or all bids. n"-r '&.....,>... .. .u.-,_...... 9 over "
CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDABy Sugar Free Root Beer 19

Put It In Perfect Order It Must Be : Carl Johns. City Clerk Free i
I Running 7/9:1t: 8/12 Sugar Orange Drink 17 .

Clean To Be Accurate When It Goes On A Rampage 3 NOTICE TO APPEAR Coffee 11-_ f _

See US I. Circuit Court Bradford County Tea .4 w.kar
Florida !. Chancery.
Alexander Casey Plaintiff vs. Coffee and Tea served *iih the following flavorings: -'
Carlyse Duke Casey Defendant. M

Ladies and Gents Nationally Advertised :Xotlce To AppearTo CaseNo. 10-1120 6 ounces Hot or Iced Coffee 11 calories 6 I '

I WATCHESWILLIAM'S I i i residence: Carlyse and address Duke Casey is: 715, whose Mo- + 16 calories for each teaspoon of sugar t .

,i|hone You\\enue are hereby Norfolk notified 6, Virginia.that a + 30 calories for each 1/2 ounce of cream 1

,suit for .
1, Divorce 6 ounces HOT COFFEE. 1 teaspoon of sugar and r : 'f

JEWELRY 'i nag been tiled against you In the 1/2 of ii
)labors named Court and cause and ounce cream 57 calorics
you are required to serve a copy of 6
i i ounces ICED
151 W. Call St. Phone 375 1, your answer or pleading to the comI COFfEE 11/2 teaspoons of sugar 1
t I plaint the Plaintiffs Attorney
i and 1 of
Starke Fla. ounce cream 94 calorics
Louis T. Hansom 519 Professional -
3 I Building, Jacksonville, 6 ounces Hot or Iced Ten 4 calories / /
and file the original In the office of .
j /
Court + 16 calories for each e
- the Clerk of the Circuit on teaspoon of
--.- .-. .- .. I !or before the 5 day of September, 9 calories for sugar / I
1955; otherwise the allegations of each 1/2 ounce of milk F
said Complaint will be taken ai + 2 calories for each 1/8 .
S SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE S SAVE confessed by you. segment of lemon

This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecutive 6 ounces HOT TEA, 1 teaspoon of and '
I weeks In the Bradford County sugar
DRASTIC ,I Telegraph. 1/2 ounce of null 29 calories
Dated this 3 day of August 1955.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 6 ounces ICED TEA. 1 1/2 teaspoons of sugar and
: Clerk of the Circuit Court
FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE By Marian 1. CrosbY. Deputy Clerk 1/8 segment of lemon 30 calories + t/
i 8/5 4t 8/16:! p

REDUCTIONSKeep The NOTICE Circuit TO Conn APPEAR 01 BradfordCatintr. :'. }jI ,' :"j.n.:.: ll tHV $ -' 6'f.; ifj' (9 j 91j-- I
;1.8 '.N : (
Florida. In Clinnr ry. --- -- -- -- u --- --- -- u u. '-.- ------- _. -.- .- _ I
Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit ()Matthew L Bright Plaintiff, vs. f
Eloulse Bright Defendant. i I
from the LOWEST rates.STARKE'S .
possible Case No. 10-1116
'Notice To Appear II Ii
j I To: Elouise Bright whose residence I
ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY and address is: 2 St. Paul
Place, Eronx.: New York
r You are hereby notified that a suit i i

Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency for minor divorce childrenhas custody and controlof NEW SIZE AVAILABlE ONLY AT DEALERS IN THE AREA

been filed against you In the BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE
above named Curt and cause and
Phone 2S5 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. you are required to serve a cepy of I
your answer or pleading to the complaint

SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAY,J Kitchen Building& Schwartz., Jacksonville 713 Professional 'C i 1955. THE COCA-COU: COMPAW
"Crts" is !
a rej'jtered: : : "
1' Florida
and file the original in the office
I ,
of the Clerk or the Circuit Court on ./'*



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--- mID.T.t"GrST I!. 1935
Chief Mason Gets Award In StarkeOnehundred each of the years 195S to 19S5. boll]above named Court and cause and 2
inclusive in pan.'h or without cause", i da. _
OF INtEREST TO COLORED bearing Interest, payable you are required to serve '
a of and
copy or to accept the bids that In its' CITY COl .NCIT.C.ty .
at such I
rate shallbe
as your answer or pleading to the complaint judgment will I... f .r the be
-t interest : yf iurke. Fnda.:
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy determined upon the sale thereof on the Plaintiffs Attorney itf the C.:y ut Stat ke FlvriI I S1SOL
not In excess of four per centum Samuel "-. Getzen, P. O Box 81, T. :23 3t
(4'T ) per annum, a more particular Gainesville, Florida .
Ozora Johnson Editor tained description the of said bonds being con- and file the original in the office of -
in filed in this
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on "
proceedings. That's
Our BusinessIf
or before the

: Ends I take vacations. 1955.Florida, this the 3rd day of Aug., otherwise the allegations of said I If It's Glass We Have It!

More than 30 teachers of Bradford -i Baptist RallyAccording (Signed) Ceo. L. Patten. Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed 4- I CALL WRITE or VISIT
e4 sy Judge of the Circuit Court of This notice shall be published I
County negro schools will return to Marzie Barnes, I the Eighth ;Judicial Circuit of once each week for four consecutive {

to their respective ,schoolson loyal member of Ebenezer Baptist Florida County. in. and for Bradford Telegraph.weeks in' the Bradford County !. Joe Peters Glass Co

Monday, AUg st. 15th. I Church, a rally will be held 8/5 3t 8/19 Dated this 26 day of July, 155; ; 'I
Their first week of planningwill 'for Florida Normal and Industrial : I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby FOR ANY GLASS NEED
be spent in Starke, at R. J. E. Memorial College in an effort to : Ila Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Coontf, By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, DeputClerk Circuit Court i I We Design Modern Store Fronts

consolidated high school. A work- get food stuff and ,money for the I Florida In Chancery. 7/29 4t 8.9'' Just Mail Us A
shop in Mental Hygiene has been college. It is the usual customfor Pearl Lunet Terry Benson, Plaintiff, I Pattern fOl'Table
vs. Alvin Benson, Defendant \OTICK: : TO BIDDUIIS Tops
planned for them by Dr. McComas the patrons and friends to I Case :No. 10-1106 Proposals will be received bthe
of the State Department of' give food' donations to their Notice To Appear City of Starke, Florida, until 5 P.M.I: I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
To: Alvin Benson whose residenceand (Eastern Standard Time) on August -
Health Jacksonville.On church school. Dr. Royal Wendell.I address 1 is: Unknown: is: U55 for the Furnishing ot

Monday, August 22, the Puryear, president will be most You are hereby notified that a Air Compressor and Air Receiver I,
suit for for Power Plant as listed and described -
teachers will go to their individ-; grateful for cooperation and I ( Divorcehas In these specifications. I,
ual schools. The Bradford County' support of all the loyal Baptistsin ; been filed against you In the Each bid shall be submitted in''t
i zi above named Court and causa and duplicate and shall be addressed tol t
Teachers Association will hold its the Starke area. Last year the you are required to serve a copy of Carl ;Johns, City Clerk, City of i I
initial meeting on Friday Au-i rally was held at Greater New your answer or pleading to the Starke. Florida marked "FrRXISH-
complaint on the Plaintiff's AIR COMPRESSOR AND AIR
gust 26 with president C. C. 'And-, Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. A. Attorney T. David Burns. 308 RECEIVERS", and delivered through
In charge. Many of the I I Vinson, pastor. The Mt. Sinai Guaranty Life Puilding, Jacksonville the mail or otherwise to the officeof
erson Florida the City Clerk, City Hall.
teachers have attended summer II(Missionary Baptist Association- and file the original In the office All proposals shall be based on a
school and some have enjoyed vacations Missionary Department is spear- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on point of delivery of equipment at
I i or before the the City of Starke Florida 't
as far north as Philadel- heading this drive. Rev. Whiteis 29 day of August, 1955; I' The City reserves the right to
and New York while others Moderator and Marzie Barnesis otherwise the allegations of said waive informalities in any bid to

have phia gone as far south in Floridaas president. This rally will take 4)1a fessed Complaint by yjou.will be taken as con reject any or all Bids in whole or SEAT

Miami and Key West. place on the Second Sunday in This notice shall be publishedonce .t

29 August. Bring canned goods, sugar each week for four consecutive
Registration August weeks in Bradford Tele-
the County r
All pupils are asked to report vegetables and fruits that graph. PEST CONTROL

individual schools on will not perish immediately. The Dated this 27 day of ;July, 1955. COVERS
[ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Monday, August 29 at 8:30 a. m. college is greatly in need of all Clerk of the Circuit Court TERMITESALL

statement will be made the help you can give. Donations By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
An official I 7/29 4t 8/19 TYPES OF
by Superintendent Morgan regarding by check or cash will bt; accepted.New and fifty Master Masons and other distinguished guests GROVE SPKAYIXGFlorida 4-Door 95

consolidation, but as far Cafetorium were in NOTICE TO APPEAR
present Starke July 29 when
Roy T. Lord
( of Jacksonville
right) -
Wateroak IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, 20
as your editor knows. According to Principal E. Grand Master of Free and Accepted Masons in Florida, receiveda Florida! IB Chancery.Moses Pest Control Sedan .
school center the cafetorium will Cortes, Plaintiff, vs. Henri- & Up
primary ,
will be a token
of fraternal
Estellanobert.9 good will. .Making the presentation is Worshipful etta Cortes Defendant.Case & Chemical Co.
Maybelle be for services to all students
with open the No. 10.1104Notice
in charge and Lincoln this term. Milk will be served Master Gene Long at Eighth Masonic District meeting and To AppearTo Phone Franklin 6-6035

City school ((.Thurston) will also with each lunch for a small fee. dinner. District Deputy Grand Master Ben B. Rowland introduced idence: Henrietta and address Cortes is,: whose 16 Drake res- 24, X. W. 16th Ave CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

be primary with Principal S. C. Alma Jenkins will serve as man- Mr. Lord, who spoke on public schools as an American heritage, the Avenue, Sew Rochelle, New York. Gainesville, Fla.

R. Price, In charge. ager, while Charity Williams will building of todaj's youth and faithfulness to nation. suit You for are divorce hereby notified that a Call for estimate TV RADIO SEAT COVERS

Hampton School will remain serve as assistant. These persons has been filed against you In the

with Principal M. Taylorin attended a workshop for.I have its annual Men's Day eluding Xon-Residents owning above named Curt and cause and of
the same tol I you are required to serve a copy .
charge .and S. Williams assist- school lunch workers at Bethune- Sunday August 28. According therein property, Respondents or subject to taxation your answer or pleading to the cornplaint -I I
chairman Robert Dell and Louis on the Plaintiffs Attorney
ant teacher. Lawtey school with Cookman College DaytonaBeach OIUIEH TO SHOW CAUSETo Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith Build-

C. C. Anderson In charge will add during the third week in Kelly, the program will start at the State of Florida, throughthe ing, Jacksonville, Florida
and the staff 9:30 a. m. with Edwin Robinson : State Attorney for the Eighth and file the original in the officeof VISIT CALL WRITE
the eighth the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
June.Mrs. serving! as superintendent of the I i Judicial Clrrult of ad Mate. the or before the
will remain the same. Jones, manager of Brad -- several Property On Bern, Tax-
29 day of August 1955
\ ;
R. J. E. will have the same fac- ford High School cafeteria will Sunday School. I pa)..n, (Cltixrn and Other Hating otherwise the allegations of said
The guest teachers will include or Claiming: any right, title or Complaint will be taken confessed I
ulty with Eddie Thompkins principal assist in the planning for the interest la Property to be affertrd by you. as I MARION FINANCE COMPANY' 1NC-
Robert Scott and R. Perry Jr. I
One teacher by the Issuance by the Cityof '
in charge. first week or two. According to This notice shall be published ,
has been added for The speaker for the 11 a. m. serv- Markr, Florida, of Boad.lI"rI'IDaU..r once each week for four consecutive
Bettie Home, Supt. Morgan, Mrs Jones has more particularly deeribed. -
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
ice will be J, W. E. Bow- I
education. Special Bishop or to be affected la
commercial In the B. anyMay graph.
done a wonderful job P. O. Box 446 .. GAINESVILLE -
E. E. Minott ens of the Atlantic Area. Music tlt..r..bnYou Dated this 26 day of July, 1955.
teachers will I H. S. cafeteria and can do much will be furnished by the male and each of you are here- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and Elizabeth Givens and I. C. to get us off to a good start.A by required to appear on the 24th Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Jelson in special education. Guid- l chorus, Dan Hankerson at the' day of Aagust, 1955, at 10:00: By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
cafeteria committee will be : 'I o'clock A. M. before the Circuit 7/29 4t 8/19
ance and counselling will be a named by 'principal Thompkins to piano. Court of Bradford County, Florida, PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT
feature in the program this The afternoon services will be- at the Court House in Starke, Florida NOTICE TO APPEAR
new assist these two ladies. We hope gin at 3 p. m. with Professor C. and show cause why the prayer la Circuit Court Bradford County,
that all will put school of the Petition filed in the above Florida: In Chancery.Margaret .
term.The C. Anderson, principal of Lawtey entitled should Lynch Vincent
internal organization of the this proceeding not be I Plaintiff vs. -
lunch in their budget for Training School, as guest speaker. granted and the bonds therein de F. Lynch, Defendant.
school has not been released by and let all of your childreneat scribed and the proceedings authorizing Case No. 10-1033
year Prof. Anderson has recently the issuance thereof .N'olUe To
validated Appear
principal Thompkins. Last year: hot lunch. It will pay off with earned the Master of Education and confirmed, said bonds con To; Vincent P. Lynch whose residence $25.00 LOANS $300.00
M. 1... Paul served as chairman of better health for each member of sisting of Seven Hundred Fifty and address is: 1683 York
"of from Columbia University. A vo- Thousand Dollars ($750,000.00Utility )I Avenue, Sew York, New York.
the Elementary Department not have
family.It' do
the they cal solo will be rendered by Leon- Revenue and Refunding You are hereby notified that a
R. J. E. and secretary of the hot Bonds dated August 1, .
breakfast and can get a ard Crawford of his school ma, suit for divorce
Bradford County Teachers Asso- when return turing serially on August 1st ol has been filed against you in the
lunch supper you and president of the PTA.

ciation. from work you will be 1(7:3 --p:m. the guest- speaker .., -..,.

Trarhers Credit Union amazed at the reduction In your I will be Eugene Young, Civil

More than 40 teachers have now doctor bill. l I(service employee of Jacksonville.

become members of the BCTCU. A school lunch bulletin will be iA vocal solo will be rendered :''f'D t

Mr. !.I, Payne,. secretary-treasure<<: published each week by the com-jby I Roosevelt Kelly, other music D '
\ ::\t ,
Is in- .
that the
stated membership
mittee. We are counting on each by the male chorus. Levy Lennon

creasing So rapidly and the shares patron for complete participation. -'of Greater Allen Chapel and Dea-

and loans are getting so large If you do not have a child of ;,con John Diggs of New Bethel CD

that the organization may soon be your own that can eat in the Baptist Church will serve as

able to declare dividends.The cafetorium adopt one for five I,masters of ceremanies during'

following persons have meals per week at $1 without .these services. You can't affordto

shares in the organization: A. milk, with milk $1.25. Our music miss one of the greatest Men's

B. Anderson, C. C.' Anderson, E.I specialist E. E. Minott will Day programs of the year. All

Thompkins. S. C. Price, M. Turner -, plan music for the lunch hours. I men are asked to discharge their IIFI

E. R. Shell B. J. Lennon, L. Adult Education ',full financial obligations to the I :

S. Williams, O. Rv Johnson, Mable Persons interested in typing and. church for this day especially and 'i :

,Jenkins, E. Givens and M. Taylor.'.office practice will be able to I' '.J
all days generally. I .'?:.':....:
Many others hare indicated that, the tables and Rev. '
start as soon as ; Antioch Baptist Church, ..4;
they will join early this term. other machines have come. Ac- ..Alphonso Jenkins, pastor, is still i ", t r"N.ra ,%, vlky EE

The organization is nonprofitand t: cording to Mr. Morgan, all ,lin the midst of its "Soul Saving' YZ ,t .w$. 4 m ,, ;..,

: grants loans up to $300.This;; equipment should be here by September j Campaign. The prayer meeting

organization was a blessing tc 1. All classes will meet was a success. Rev. Jenkins isj

many of the teachers this sum.I'on Tuesday, August. 16. inviting all the people of Starke

mer. At one per cent interest i it t; Church News to participate in this revival

was not hard for many of themto L Mt. Moriah Methodist Church.I meeting.

attend summer school and I Rev. D.V.. Demps, pastor, will I..

IIStSEVIn1.i1G. IlIPpnf.0
NOTiCF. nt:1\ST\lLI'G F1\ .;-IOI 3 liW

CHITS .. .,,... .
D1KSEL GENKBVTOll: : ; t4a4..av?<;; .. s. J e S4YAf .
Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands will\ le FOR /4
sold at public auction on Monday the 22nd day of August, 1J53. at City (.IT" OF STVUKE. FLORID %. ,
Hall, Uiwtey, County of Bradford. Mate of Florida to pay the amount Sealed Proposals will be received \ '
due for taus herein set opposite to the name, together with all costs bv the City Council, City of Starke. : M: \
of such sale and advertising Florida, until 5:00: P.M. (Eastern
Standard Time) August 12th.:! 1955, i tN
CITY OF 1.\WTt\-... VEST OF It l1.noU for Disassembling, Shipping and Re-
installing Five 1000 KW Diesel
DmrrlptloB OnarrW Tairx Generator Units for the City of T tTSz

'75 ft. of Lots 5 and 6 F.lk 4 ;J. E. Wall Starke Florida. a' r \
Lots 7 and 8 lilk 6-u. Blk D. B. $20.50 All material and equipment furnished -
Mlk 15 Thomas 13.50 and all work performed !shall! '
Except Lot 1
Lots 7 and 8 Iflk ISN4 W. F. Moore 7.50 be in accordance with the specifications -
of Lot Torode 450 and contract documents per- 1' / J
1 and Lots 2. 7 and : a
8 of l\k! 2: I* P. RafiAftEta 3.50 taining thereto at the which office of may the be City examined :- : te <

NH of Blk 2* Grant Est. 4.50 Clerk, Starke, Florida and at the
S% of Blk 25 0..0. F. Young Est. 450 offices of Reynolds, Smith & Hills, & as'
One LIt 21 Ft. X and S by 100 Architects and Engineers, 27: Park
ft. E and W onV.. side of
State Road J. L. Waters Street Jacksonville, Florida. Spec- .
1S.502J.OO ;
from .
ifications may be purchased ., \ :. : t ,r5..rY.. $' f
Comm at a point 20 ft. X. of the above mentioned Architects and .. '\,' .obi .h c.: :% }'
Cor. of State St. and Lake : aC':% .R,
Engineers for the sum of $2.00: per .b : r..x: :. .
Ave. and on "'. side of State COP). General contractors who submit .n\' ,. 0(:a.x.,. Ac;SA. w
St. run -V. 20 ft. W 70 ft. X. bona fide bids and return the S ? Yw.wwcw .
20 ft. W. JO ft. X. :0 ft. E. documents In good condition, will : :
75 ft, to P.O.B. Alfonzo GriffisCITY : be refunded the above cost for as!!< \a. L1mA
I many as two (2) complete sets of .
OF L1UTF.Y EIST OF 1l.tlLROtDE. specifications.

15 ft. of Lot 6 and E 51 ft. A bid bond properly executed by

W.of ITS Lot ft.7 of Lot 7 J.S. M.S. Eunice Prown, Sr. 1550 3.00 ty the, or bidder a certified and by or a cashier's qualified checkon Sure- Were the biggest deals in town I

loOt S Sadie Crawford 1.50 any Xational Bank In a sum not I cooking
of the
AVi of Lot 10 A Joyce Bennett Brown 250 less than five (5%) percent up
Lot 12Si Lizzie McGuire Est 45.1 amount bid, made payable to the
; of Lot 15 62.73' x 65'E Joyce Walker' 2.50 City of Starke Florida must accompany -
each bid as a
and \\ 60 ft. s X and S is guaranteethat
the Rldder will not withdraw
ft. Lot 12 Mamie Brown 2.00
from the competition after openingthe
I Lot 100 ft. square in XE Cor. I bids, and in the event the con-
Lot 15 C. '('. Anderson S.30 tract is awarded to the Bidder, he Record Mercury sales enable us to operate -
Lot 1 SP of Blk 16 Lucille Kittles( v 2.50 will, within ten (10) days thereafter .
Lot 100 ft E and AV by 274 ft.
enter into contract and furnish the
Lot N and 17 S in SW Corner of required bond failing which he at a lower profit per deal. We can SERVED WITH ALL THESE SIZZLING EXTRAS
n. S 1J7 ft. Bertha Florence 3.50 shall forfeit deposit as liquidated :
Oue Lot 126:! ft. E and W by 100 damages. The Bid Bond and Performance 1.77
ft. N and S in SE Cor. Bond are required to be
of Lot
for THAN
give car
11 hill Jenkins Estoo 4.00 secured from an agency of the you more your present V I
Surety or Insurance Company, -
Lot 100 x 364 ft. In Lot 17 FulaMack Smith which agency shall have an established / t
w SO ft of N. 94 ft. of E 120 \ 3.50 place jf business in the Cityof some cases as much as $200 more than 1 i
- ft. of Lot 18 Starke and be duly licensed to .
80 ft. E and W x 10* ft. N and J. H. Seymour 6.00 conduct business therein. New 188-hp SUPER-TORQUE V-8 engine (the Two-tone interior with chafe 9'-sp 1 I t

Lot S Rlk. 18 Eliza McClenton 3,00. Each bid shall be addressed to the other dealers in town! most power you can buy at this price) fabrics, patterns, colors ,r.'

Lot IS 23i. except :v. lee ft. Arthur M. L. Crews Lee' 2.50 City, marked Council, City'Disassembling of Starke, FlorIda Shipping -- 4-barrel vacuum carburetor for high economy Directional turn indicators f

\v,4 of N. U5 ft. of Lot ,0f 450 and Reinstalling five 1004) plus super pickup Vacuum booster for windshield wTjJeTJ! s '; 1
Lot :9 ;J. II. Moore KW Diesel Generator Units for the
rAt 50 x 50 feet West 500 Florida", and be delivered Unique new anti-fouling high-compression Two sun visors :z
of Road City of Starke ;
S 16S ft. of Lot 33 Allen Benjamin Scott Finn 350 2.50 to City Clerk City of Starke IT PAYS TO OWN A spark plugs for top performance at oil speeds Armrests

1 Acre West Rd' on S. aide Florida either by a representativeof Ball-joint front suspension for easier handling And other convenient extras
vt Lot 35 the Bidder who shall obtain a receipt many .. I
1 Ac in SE Cor of Lot J. J. .Smltk 3.00 therefor or by registered mail and corneringTubeless i "
35 and 36
f'x Parcel] sold to with return receipt requested.The I tires for added safety .
Kelly: Clifford City reserves the right to ACT NOW! PRICES SUBJECT TO CHAISE WITHOUT MT1CE!
Alfred m E R [ u RY
Lot 37 Johnson S.50 waive informalities in any bid: to Full-flow oil filter This price h for a Mercury Colon 2-door.6-passing.,Seda.
Lot 42 Je fOre Mae Smith 3.50 reject any or all bids in whole or Oil-bath air cleaner Slate and local taxes,if say additional Two-ton paid,while
W 1 Ac of Lot 43 Will LeeHappy :3.5 I '} 'In part, with or without cause and/ tvet, bumper guards fender ful wheel does, and
Lot 4S and 1/3 of Lot 4i Fannie Kittles 1.50Lt or to accept the bids that in its Clove I and I luggage\/ compartment Gghtsa x optiooal eqll p",*", ,mCl III lw prices.l Priceuubject
StewartJ. : will be for the best interests
4S and 2.50 judgment -
of Lot 48 rcourtesy and map l tights to>>>daagewdha4.Wita
Lot 50 and 70 A ryRubinson 2.50 il of the City of Starke. FOR FUTURE STYLING SUPER POWER
Lot (5 2.50 i' CITY COUXCIL ..
Arthur Pearce 3.50. City of Starke. Florida "-

CITY OF :J.Wn01'1'5 8/0 7/23 3t 8/12

Lot 2 IB the Circuit Court. Eighth Jadl.rial .
lof S 205 ft. Rosa Johnson %.30 Circuit of Florida IB Aa4
Lot 6. Lot 4

Lot w.Personal U 3 ft. of Property x. 110 ft.Tax of Lot ( Sam James Brown Waters 37.00i For la OF Bradford('haarrrr.CITV STARKE Cauat. a).Municipality McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS

;J. E. Wall 2.50 in the County of Bradford, Stateof
Florida, Petitioner,

City Ethel of D.Lawtey Reddish., Florida City Clerk vs.STATE .OF FLORIDA and the Taxpayers Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, FIa.PACE .

Property Owners and Citizen -
1 $ of the CITY OF STARKE.: In-

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ii A cemetery working at the Old Our recent sad loss leaves usj I I.n. 11'111' ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing IWI IWII :

Band Sinai Cemetery will be held with grateful hearts toward I''', Established 1894 ;t
., Thursday[ August 18. g neighbors and friends. Their comforting -, I
j CHURCBEi a. The cemetery committee urged expressions of sympathy I

Moving an, interested to come, bringing I and thoughtfulness will always I
t ools and lunch prepared to stay I be remembered. Mrs. Andrew,
intil the working is completed.\Magyar! and family.

_. : NW 1
At The TabernacleThe Noted EvangelistWill Day --- -- J! -_ --- --__ -. : .- -__ _: .', --. -- .- .-; \

service at the Tabernacle Conduct Hampton EIt. "Every Visitor An Honored Guest"I I

I i Tuesday interest since night every was of member unusual of Services Aug. 14-21 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ''I 10 ft. NORGE i ipS

i the congregation took an active Hampton, Fla. CU. .
band, and band Is .
part. Some latent talent was moving day for the Bradford High a incompleteunless : .

brought to light as various ones it has shiny hats. Here bandmaster 31. C. Thompson lines up SundaySchool :Morning Worship "

it: sang solos, played the organ and the head pieces in the equipment storage room of Bradford High's new 10 A.M.Training : 11 P.M.: pS pSWITH AUTOMATIC JET DEFROST
i presided over the meeting. I music building as it Is occupied for the first time. The building was

I Another Interesting feature was t built for $33,000 and will be used this ).t'ar. Thompson said it will Union Evening Worship ..for less than other
the presentation of a large and I' : accommodate a 150-piece band. 7 P.M. 8 P.M.:
; beautiful Bible to the sponsorsof I I 8 cu. ft. BRANDS
the work, for Tabernacle use God he loves so well. "vvvvvvv'vvvvvvv.. HEAR DR. CHARLES F. WEIGLE AUG. 1421. FIRST I
by Mr and Mrs. Mike McRae. t Everyone is invited to attend
, The book was used for the eve these services beginning promptlyat PINE LEVELby
ning lesson and the sponsor reviewed 8 o'clock each night. NING AT 8. I ?

the lives of many of the b".F ; YOU
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old . 4
Prophets. -- - -- - -- --- -


We are glad to report that ourpastor's
OPEN REVtVAL AUGUST 21 wife, Mrs. W. E. Hall, \
Ends With Field is getting along fine after undergoing 'I' C '{ \-
A revival meeting, with the I I I
Rev. Jack Hall as evangelist, will an operation Monday / .t\t -
Glendale Hospital, Palatka. I I ,

open Sunday at Clay, August Hill Baptist 21. Churchon Day Activities sionaries C. L. Jones from, one Berea of our Baptist mis-, e;fO OOv.Se.. Nl .' __: _I ; H I NORGEREFRIGERATOR

Pastor W. D. Jones said a song Church, Jacksonville, conducted 1'110 \}JE.tO J '

service 7:30. Preaching will begin will each commence evening at at Dr. Charles F. Weigle, 83 year The Bradford County Summer services at Pine Level Sunday \ G CFA Q : I ,",od.1 JS.105S _dklvjt5Sk! fnizwtaportnul
old evangelist and song writer, Program for children completedan night. He will be leaving soon for : i 'b
8 p. m.Rev. eight-week session of recreational the Mexico mission field. 09J.
conduct servicesat
Jones Issued cordial invitation will evangelistic OotA ONLY $229
to the Hampton Baptist Church and educational activities Lamar Clough and Mrs. Fred Af2ADD"A elf
for everyone participate with a field day sports'event July Haislop led the Youth Class at .
in the revival. starting Sunday, August 14, f6 _. "" ="$.,. J
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through August 21. 28. the church Sunday night with pl-e l ,
I Boys and girls were divided I II about 30 young people present. .
BEULAH BAPTIST Dr. Weigle has preached the I into Junior and Senior classes :Those who left for Youth Camp .
"REVIVAL CONTINUES Gospel of Christ for more than based on age levels. The program Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Lu- ::::E5 NORGEAUTOMATIC m HORGE I
50 years and has written more consisted of races, accuracy and I cian Conner and son, Douglas,
Revival services at Beulah Bap- than 400 The most ELECTRIC
songs. s
distance throwing, standing and Misses June Conner, Patricia Alvarez
, tist Church will continue through famous of his compositions tsl i running broad-jumps, rope climbing -I Gale Reddish, Pansy John- WASHER i RANGE .fa
song with fjrc/us/Vd/
and rope jumping and similar son, Bobby Sapp, Larry Dobbs,
at 7:30 p. m. Preaching Jesus." He recently wrote musicto .' wilUnf..ireHI.StUD
activities. and Gerta Fae Thornton. TIMELINE
begins at 8 p. m., with Rev. John the 'Twenty-third Psalm" and
Winners in the girls divisionwere :Mrs. J. W. McRae and son CONTROL
Strickland of Palatka in the pulpit will sing It, along with others he SUIfAC UNITS
.. Charlene Dennis, Senior division .
James visited her son, Arley Mc-
has written, during the course of Ietularlffdced tgnlarly,Priced
and Joanne Mobley, Junior Rae, at Crystal Lake Camp Sun Mod.I AW.410
Sunday School at 10:15 a. m. the meeting.Still $18900.
division. Runners-up were Sandra day afternoon.Mrs. a--' :--- '23995 Modtl t-3010
Sunday, preaching at 11 with young at heart, Dr. Weigle Craven and Linda Lee. .
Pastor R Clark'Crosby bringingthe appeals to youth as well as to Senior winner for the boys was visiting Alice her Crosby brother-in-law of Plant Cityis and BUILDBRSSUPPLlE GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESPhone
message. Dinner on the audiences composed of older peo Jim Hobbs with runner-up Bobo -
Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
grounds at noon, followed by ple. Everyone will be blessed as Starling. Bryan Greene won the I Lewis'j'1 C4S&3Jat.A.l..
Mr. Mrs. F.
I. and A. 10 Court & Madison Sts.
2:30 with music _
: service special he teaches the congregation in Junior class with Richard Hobbs .- -
offered by Dr. C. F. Weigie<< and choruses he has written sings the second. Prizes consisted of merchandise -I family of Jacksonville spent the Starke, Fla.
weekend with the H. M. McRaes
message by Evangelist Strickland.The well known hymns he has composed gift certificates at local
and others. Saturday night they
public is cordially invited. and preaches the Word of stores.
were all dinner guests of Mr. and
The activities for the I -
girls were
Mrs. Robert Myrick of Starke
the direction Miss Nina
under of
then went to Waldo to visit C
assisted Mrs. Cleo Andrews
Bishop by friends. Upon returning, they wentto GE N R AL
and Dr. Florence
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE T. N. Normans and enjoyed a
C. Hobbs directed the events large churn of homemade ice

FLA. for boys and assisted J. B. Dick.by Leonard Register -I cream. Mr., Hall was getting some .;;.".""."'...-..........."."_"'-.... .
mileage on the new Mercury that
Judges for all contests were he in Starke Saturday.We '
bought ;: TRUGhKS
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Tom Hugh Casey B. Ingram., M. C. Thompson and were glad to have Roscoe I tY MOTOR TRANSPORTEven \ _. '
Bullington back in church Sunday
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Red Cross cards were presentedto after his recent illness. I '
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 the students enrolled in the __ .
Joanne I
swimming program. Ryan x\' S.I
was awarded a prize for her work'. Health Nurse Back R

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. in the library section. All awards L. From Cancer StudyMrs. .. LEADS THE / f' "

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. were made at the closing assembly "'.,. : WAy/
last Friday. : Arlin\ L. McKnight, nurse '"
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. General director of the program,i'.,at the Bradford County Health '.,.,..-." '.....'........"..., ............,.w i
L. H. Gibson, said plans for the Clinic, recently returned from the
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at next year are already under way. I'University of North Carolina,
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. "I wish to express our thanks where she was enrolled in the

.. .. for the splendid assistance givento summer short course in cancer
h the program by the community, nursing.She I F :Y R,' t

.. A its agencies, its organizations, had been awarded a $100'I
-. .. -- "' and its individuals. We hope to scholarship by the Florida division
improve the program each year to of the American Cancer So ..
the point that participation will ciety. I .. .
REVIVALHOPE include all the childrenbut
not only
; ..
adults as well" Gibson said. "_ ;.. _._ :. .y .._0. ; ., JI
.. .'I' ...
Cancer Drive $ringsPraise Wash Your Clothes I t I :. .r- ,
To BradfordThe 9 Pounds ---f II'li-

AT THERESSA Florida division of the -/
American Cancer Society has For 40c! .

August 14th thru 20th. singled out Bradford as one of y
FREE Bleach If Desired!
11 counties in the "200 per cent

Song Service Each Night 7:t5 club." )00. ..
Bradford, along with 10 others, -,. -W ;
more than doubled its cancer y r obr fry to Elitt Crip zalruJx.
E. C. HARVEY EvangelistM. We Will
campaign quota. Under chairman

L. Packham, Pastor I quota Dorothy raised was$1,401.92 Alvarez$700. although the county the Dry Your Clothes its looks carry weightA

For 20cIn

EVERYONE WELCOME YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Blue Chip CMC is massively framed, ruggedly axled and mightilyengined to
brook purse-size fountain pens in New Automatic Driers!
do its work. It also is add business. The
pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad distinctively smart to prestige to your
ford County Telegraph. combination makes an outstanding investment let us tell you more about it.
See us, too, for Triple-Checked/ / / trucks


A Better Tire! temple Ave. &arke


Its safer S t7 cr
: DO U't be a ..

,. I
3WaY S Many housewives are slaves in rhelJ'own

homes, scrubbing up to seven tons

I R'o! dishes a year.They an he freed of
I this drudgery-for just pennies a dayI -
TOOTH RIB : ; when teddy I Kilowatt! takes over the job.

/:4 And on automatic electric! dishwasher
also deans, sanitizes and rinses in
TIJiEtE I : Frcccl::
hotter water than hands can stand. f fh

Deluxe Super-Cushions -t an Q __ It fewer dries broken and stores dishes.dishes out of sight,.:'. f I f

b/GOOD/flEAII i ;. I Get your dishwasher cow and start enjoying It t I!

Only Goodyear has Triple-Tempered 3-T Nylon for extra wRq p lQ a. E I e c,f.r I C freedom from kitchen drudgery! !

strength, better blowout and puncture protection, better m'r.aD.I'n er,, "

performance, longer mileage. Only Goodyear has this t',, r.DOd/,11 P," "' 1
three-way safety-action tread design that gives you more s pay e,r cndi. : isnwasher. _
than 8,000 gripping edges for swifter, safer stops, plus easkr,por rrg 8J !

extra protection against dangerous skids. I, n

modal M.allev .nodN ...
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u :
0 -working
kltc S6HfAC_


S. 301 at South City Limits ;

Starke, Fla.


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.. ,,.,. vr"V r.. _ FRIDAY. AUGUST 1!.. 1935
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-tur. *L1:

= -- I
I ment, the City plans to spend its 4 Bradford's Football -- ---,

City Asks Court money in Refund this manner Od Bonds: life __ .4' I r1f County's Tobacco Practice Commences : Sell It Rent It TradeD

1. $34,000 in sewer revenue j : rY Monday Says Coach
The Tree k ,
bonds, issued in 1953, will be replaced .J Growers Approve ,
To Approve Bond with equal amount of the ; .'

.I'new bonds. an This old issue', originally ,it I High Football begins practice Monday at at Bradford 8 a.m.. \J1V1TH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

I issued in the amount of 'That Grows f7 ..c'In V Existing SystemI I Coach Lennard Register remindedthis I

Borrowing PlansContinued i J40.000, is currently being repaid S itf week. II\ Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
The city I
from utility revenues. Register asked all interested
is paying four per cent interest. The Bradford County tobacco growers boys to be at the field house Monday -I SOt

( from Page One) I 2. $250OOO in Electric Light Certificates I along with those of the en- morning. He said they should E.CDDITIOX.L WORD 2cimCOFNT

only to power and water plant I issued in April of this tire flue-cured belt, voted overwhelmingly li equipped with sox. tee shirt, I 2S? ADDITION! OF 15 FOR PER BLIND CENT ADS OV OR TWO ADS OR:.NOT MORE P\ID I>I> ADl"NCE'

revenue. Bond holders have no year, will be repaid in full This i for a three-year extension shorts and a combination lock for

lien on the equipment, nor can"was a stop-gap issue, which was Garden of federal allotment con-,their lockers. FOR :RENT-Kingslej' Lake three ,vIil keep chddrt.i; da\ ,. -

they require the City to levy an,sold so the City could purchase I trols. Boys coming out for football thru bedroom June.cottage furnished, Sept. Apt NU 2 Leonhard A,,';v n N g"'
All modern
conven Cherry
'\valorum tax for'bond purposes.j electrical equipment offered for !I As a result, the U. S. Agriculj j for the first time should presenta iences. Rea.-onable rent One St ii.

The $750.000 in bonds, each bondn sale by the City of New Bern, I tural Stabilization Board will, birth certificate or other evidence mile Hnke South:Hani StrukUiidt.: Landing. FOR SALE-Bu.ianS Ut* ..1' 1"r.landing >\\
Hi 1. Starke
the amount of $1,000 will ma- N. C. With this money, the City continue to govern tobacco of age.Register Jtehi of Road. Also MI..i':; '14, -
ure at varying times. The first purchased five generators for allotments for three more years. j asked all BHS, letter- I I $;Smith 2.50 TAKES standard THIS good, used L. C. from city limits., AUo f"""d, n.,,.. a
pewriter, in.
nature in 1956. the last in 1985. $175,000 and has a $55,593 power ( Bradford County Agent George i men to meet him at the field carriage. Cleaned, serviced, ready $35.portable anted Cnderwood: Baby t> |1"\\.-i.i".
juntr ; '
The improvements will consisto plant addition under constnuction. Huggins said the farmers supported :house Saturday, August 13, at 1p.m. I I to go. Bradford County Telegraph & low feeding and ria\ hait

entire Bids for transporting the generators I allotments because of fear of The meeting is for he tf Mrs. L. M. Clark. Pa i i: v 44,
; rehabilitation of the existing Bessant
There ha\e been doubt, but it's happening anyhow! Starke restaurateur Rd., left at call S'
electrical distribution to Starke will be opened August a tobacco surplus. which would ,purpose of issuing new shoes and nOAT-PI'wood. 12 ft. Twinsize bridge. 1 mile j. !>'e:
George Kopelou the pecan tree which will grow I bed new maUrO'-". El. Drill
tem and its .conversion from S5-1 12. send prices to rock bottom. i lockers. B & D V. Others Keystone FOR REXT-Two ,
to 4,160 volts. New lines are expected -I 3. $466,000 will be spent on the through the roof of his new restaurant. now under construction on I i Under the allotment system. Register said BHS will! play 10 Heights 2141 or fiox 70 LakeO"I1..a apartment with roo prmtr f trll(1 t, rh" .

to bring in another 300' electrical distribution system rehabilitation North Temple. Workmen on the structure, for which there is a ,I each farmer's tobacco is restricted !varsity games and six B squad I I Up I Madjsn porch and St. entrant ", '4 \\ ,.

customers. I new water tank and $20,000 building permit, simply are surrounding the tree with roofingarea in acreage and no new acreages 'contests this! year. The opening Lawn ;Mowing reasonable. Evenings J';
I I I after ti\ ', Every Friday houror WANTED ,
New Water Tank I sewer improvements.- I (note joists ,'n picture). Name of the new restaurant will be the can be opened up unless the ;game will beth Macclenny! at job. Phone 396-J Itp Keeper, 5-** day Experienced week pn-i ,'I,:,", M k'

Also included are installation Of Money Still Owed I Garden, and he hopes to open for business in October. farmer has two years experience. 'Macclenny, on September 16. Apply in writing to the Pi'.nit '; a
out that AXTED-One or two men to room County Telegraph ,
The City's brief points Violators are subject to 40 cents : Cuing x-
a new 250,000 gallon elevated and board starting 15th August. periente and referemeSM : .v
installations and Starke still owes $77.000 on a a pound penalty. !Circuit Court Clerk Mrs. Pate Ga..s>ett, 1305 West confidential 1 cc'hC'
tank meter
water ,
I Madison P O Box 375
which UpI
bond issue ,
rehabiltation and extension of $80,000 utility "We've had a good crop in WANTED-Man with ..
TobaccoI I to *
mains.A was floated in 1953. But these Longer SERVICE MEN Bradford this year," said Huggins. 1 Displeased With Law FOR SALE-House and one acre on hog farm Small housea. '
water is one mile from city limits Raiford able. S. F:. Kennedy, :
bonds. on which the City paying "It's good in one sense of the 1\1"1"''''
third Improvement will be ad- 'Governing Charities Road. Reasonably priced. All Hei1iht: Phone 27I. H"
four per cent interest do not begin word, but bad in the sense that modern con\ienres See Eston
dition of lateral sewers and until 1958 and can- Hours 412 X. Cherry St. Phone 105-W. I WOULD $100 A WEEK in"rt."t \.Hi
maturing Marketing the market be overburdened. |1
may all
Practically organizations ,
The J
stations. I Up Watkins Co. i is. Making
not be retired now. He said some farmers were producing !!,soliciting funds for charitable pur- a Ih.ewlre man or a .tualifu ,i
According to the validation docu- tax 1 'I' HELP WANTED ATTENTION: lady to distribute national ,
But the City said the utility a ton to the acre. |!:poses in Bradford County will ) advertised
Man Wanted for Rawleigh business product in Bradford
fund has acoumulated $80,000 to I Start August 15 Huggins said Bradford had 121 j[!have to get a permit from Circuit ",. Sell to 1500 families.:' Write Count>. Are you the one whom
payoff this issue, although considerably i tobacco producing to-'I todav Rawleigh'", Dept. FAH- we are trYing to contau'IM.
Court Clerk
growers ] Charles according -
Darby *
I >;n-S.!' Memphis Tenn:' ltp or wire us at 659 West Pta-hr.-
FILL DIRTGOOD more will be needed be- bacco on 383 acres. to a new state law which I St. N.E. Atlanta. Ga. 41l'hjtl! .

cause of mounting interest. Members of Florida's Congres- Only 69 voted in the allotment !went into effect last week. I' FOR of SALE repairs-Upright Suitable piano for in child's need MALE & FEMALE HELP Wt'r.

RICH The City promises that as soon sional delegation notified the : election. All 69 voted for the I "I think it is a good law," said practice piano. 746V, Madison. ED-Pooming business make.-

as enough utility tax money has Telegraph this week that the three-year extension of allot-i!Darby, "But I think the circuit Itp man opening or woman available with for rrspon-ibi.
TOP SOILSee accumulated to pay off the 1953 Florida-Georgia flue-cured tobacco ments. I court clerk is the wrong one to BIG STEADY EARNINGS for manor on farm women in Bradford Com '
80,000 issue, it will use the five markets would be open five! Alternatives on the ballot included administer it. woman. Distribute Nationally ty tunity Full or spare time Oppor.
Advertised Watkins to make S40 a day WWi
per cent utility tax to pay off the and a half hours a day beginning a one year extension or I "I'm in no position to say yes Starke. No experience Products or investment in- McNess Companv, P. o Box ""'..

new $150,000 issue. Monday, August 15. : outright opposition to the allot- jor no to any charitable cause. needed Age no barrier. PeSoto Station. Memphis, T'nll
Easy to establish 'round IIDWANTED
BILL JACKSON Tax To Remain Growers throughout the tobacco] I,ment system. I The Legislature is to0 quick to business, full or part time. Write

The City also promises it will not belt had protested the U. S. Agricultural -i' II Nation-wide, Huggins said 90 ';dump such jobs on the circuit C R. Ruble Dept 8-2 The J. R. I

Jackson Transfer Company repeal the 1947 five per cent Department's August 21| I per cent in the flue cured belt approved -i court c'erk." Watkins Tennessee Company, ;Memphis lip 2, I
Phone 165 Ii I'utility tax as long as it owes action in operating the markets A-3c Elma L. (Bunt) Crews, j j the three year extension. He pointed out the new duty I Listings in $2,000 and $4,000
I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews I I FOR S.\LE-l Power Meat Grinder I
(money on the new $750,000 bond only three and a half hours daily. will further burden his office with Bracket. Hate
the State Farm, left New J100HO. 1 Dump TruckInternational. Buyers Wait-
I 'issue. They said unsold tobacco was deteriorating of ,i i Starke Dogcatcher ,work, while it provides no fees $250.00; l Chevrolet Truck
City Clerk Carl Johns said the on the floor.A York in July for England, wherehe !for hiring of additional t'mplo"es. 1'.. Ton Stake Dody. J200.00; 1 Ing. Other Listings Appreciat
will be stationed for three Makes Record Haul I', Tiailer-Wood 2 wheel. )5000.\ ed. Free
bond issue is arranged so that telegram from Cong. D. R.. The new law, which became 8 ft. Show Case, $30.00; 1 All Open Listings.
is more than double years. Crews enlisted in the Air I effective Aug. 2, spscifies the Class Show Case. $30.00. 1 Boat *
revenue ( :
utility Billy) Matthews and Sens. I
Force in November of 1954 and There's no reason to complain $75.00. 1 Boat Motor 6HP. $10000. Strout
Now Open I the'amount needed to retire the Spessard Holland and George I applicant must be found "respon- Quigley & Da\is 2tchg Realty
has served in both Texas and I about the efficiency of Starke "
$750,000 bond issue. To the bond Smathers said the longer operating -I sible. Darby pointed out he has
I His address is 7523 dogcatcher O. C. Waters. I I JOILVIE
I WANTED TO BUY tract of timber IIANSEX
: in- Rep.
broker, this is a 2.0 coverage"and hours would continue no facilities for making an
I throughout Support Squadron, APO 24?, New Within the past month Waters saiv log size. Pay top prices or I 5 Miles South of Starke on 301
SMITTY'SBARBER a good omen on the market. the marketing season. vestigation.The saw on shares. Give price and
York N. Y. has captured 61 dogs. City Coun-I P. O. Box 807
Johns said the "picture looksbright" Reason for the shorter hours, law exempts churches and location E P. Maynard, Reddish Starke, Fla.Evinrude .
% %
cil tp8/l
SHOPCourt in respect to the bond is- said the delegation, was that a Pvt. Leon A. Ricks, son of Mr. ment, of recently$3 a head approved, or a totaiof pa-: I(nationally recognized organiza-
great deal of the tobacco is under I tions except those that retain
and Mrs. James Ricks of Starke, $187.41 including a bit for dog
Street sue.This is in contrast to the past federal loan and must be preparedfor recently arrived in Alaska and, (.locally 50 per cent or more of the PECAN FIRM WITH COMFORTABLE r'"-'-- ---'. U _

Court HouseS Opposite issues, for which the city had to lengthy storage by drying now is assigned to the Port of food.Commented Council Chairman funds solicited. I I HOME

I pay a four per cent interest rate. Temporarily, they said, there Wittier. I James Lewis, "I've noticed the The permits must be renewed
20 Acre .. .
holder and S
annually and the permit pera -
Since municipal bond interest is was not sufficient drying machin- Ricks, who entered the Armyin dog population thinning out." roam modern ke.* with fanl.
YOUR PATRONAGEWILL not taxable as income, the bonds ery to handle the large crop. January, will undergo rigorous I must file a statement of receiptsand tare 1 mile from Stark. tS.eo0.00

BE GREATLY generally are favorites and resultin Sales on the FloridaGeorgiamarkets cold-weather training while guard''Bradford expenditures. des fist year payet. balaaee nltkla
Youths Face _,___ ._
-- -I-S-- __
APPRECIATED low interest rates.A through August 5 totaled ing the northern approaches to II' 4 o
$270.000 utility revenue bond 122 million pounds as comparedto the United States. Auto Larceny ChargesTwo I, Recent Births W. B. SEWELL MotorsParts

issue floated by Palatka recently 103 million pounds during the I GIT ANDREWS:

D. H. SMITH brought a 3.34 per cent interest same period last year. Jonathan R. Taylor Jr., son of Bradford County youths, I The Starke Maternity Hospital Real Estate Brokers Service

although the city was warn- They said 22 million pounds, or Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor Sr. LeRoy Addison and Earl Muse, i:announces the following births: 33S Temple \.". Pfcoae 383

Owner & Operator rate ed the, market is currently glutted 18 per cent of the crop, has been of Starke, has completed the leng- are facing charges for theft of a Mrs. and Mrs. Claude Morgan of Stark, Florida

(with municipal bonds.A pledged for price support loans. thy and strenuous training at the 1948 Ford from the G. J. McGriff I I,Starke, a son, Kenneth Gregory, Zimmel Runabouts
1955 General Military Science Re- automobile in Starke 7.
This compares with eight million agency re August I
pounds pledged during last year's serve Officers Training Corps cently. I I I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of ,

BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY entire marketing season. ,Summer Camp at Ft. Benning, I The two were arrested in Jack- ..vStarke, a son, Randolph Caroll, Keep Your InsuranceIN FRED'S MARINE

Ga. J sonville. County Judge Alex:August 9. CENTER

PARRAKEETS Taylor, along with 1,300 other Yawn set their bond at $500 each.McGriffs j Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kuhn of
Stiff Penalty Given STARKE
Baby birds easily trained, full of lo'eand student cadets from 34 universities -I employes said the carl i Starke. a son, Vernon- Harrison, Temple & Pratt

affection. Make wonderful pets. For Three Violations in the Third Army Area, has {had just been acquired as a trade- [I August 10. CHECK OUR RATES I Starke

"fought" through 288 hours of Jin and was parked on the street !I
All in full plumage in all colors. Blues I BEFORE BUYINGNo RL'BBER STAMPS
James Brown Jacksonville negro rigorous training. Much of this near the Baptist Church. The i daters, made to order;

in all shades. Yellows, greens, and drew 150 days in jail or $175 has been with basic infantry wea-I car's electrical system apparentlywas I, :\OT1CK tueuxt OF 3.KLKtTIO lit": : 'I i I I'I Membership Fees facsimile numberers stamps. Bradford, notary County seals,

white. Also yellow-faced blue- All !fine recently when Judge Alex pons, such as the M-l rifle. shorted to get the vehicle !' J. )t. Wainwright Mayor of i iI i iibtarke Quick Claim Service Telegraph. tf

raised! and acclimated to our Florida Yawn sentenced him for three The 288 hour training schedule started. I.I authority, Florida vested, in byirtue me by law of the dlieretij I 1 2.% PAID OX: SAVINGS KEYSTONE -

climate. Hundreds to choose from. different highway violations. ended with a 72 hour tactical call an election to be held Doyle E. CONNER STATE BANK KEYSTONE -
Brown pleaded guilty to drunken field problem which will test the at the Fire Station in the aforesaid 'j FDIC.HEIGHTS, FLA- MEalBER .
Office Of Attorney I'town by the qualified voters on
ON HAND driving, without abilities of each cadet. INSURANCE
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS driving a leadership Tuesday September 13. 1955. for the
license, and operating a car without Increased In Size purpose of electing the following I. Starke's Only Mutual HANDLE J. D. ODOM.YOUR JR

BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARMOn I proper tag. The arrest was Willie L. Carter, Navy fireman officers ONE MAYOR: FOR TWO YEARS CATTLE AND HOGS

I made, by Highway Patrolman C. apprentice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr., Starke attorney -I I ONE CITY CLERK, TREASURER.TAX Agency Llvr Oak- Each SALES WtdituUr_
Willie L. Carter of Lawtey, is I ASSESSOR: AN'D TAX COLLECTOR -1 Phone 285 136 W. Call Galaenrille
Highway 21 Keystone Heights I Musgrove. I is enlarging his office FOR TWO YEARS Each Friday
Yawn suspended sentence on the scheduled to dock at Long Beach 'space in the Temple Avenue build- ONE CHIEF OF POLICE FOR .it

I charge of operating car with- Calif.. August 22 aboard the heavy ing owned by Mrs. B. J. Aldermanof TWOYALD'ERMEX FOR TWO I'FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 18 Con-

--- ILi1I1PONTIAC crusier USS Los Angeles.The Grandin. YEARS I crete block, ISt Cement $1.40 IS NEW HOMES
.' -. out proper tag because Brown Los Angeles, flagship of Inspectors of said election: per bag Mortar Mix $1.25 per S UUTOG.IIEIGIITS
pleaded ignorance of the law. Thomas said the extra space is T. C. Hazen bag. Bradford Engineering Co. ConntrortloB at.rt. Immediately,
Commander Cruiser Division 5, needed, especially since his election T. T. LongA. phone 91. Starke. tf U already aold. "rl,. to letrraan
has completed a six month tour L. Crosby, Jr. IUO.IW do". P.T..t..oCIIJ
as state commander of the

TRADE INS! County Judge Cases of duty in the Far East. I American Legion earlier this I S"0.'Utl..U...., Denmark u fl.-A.a UGU"AJ" BILL SOTO wltfcla lu..IBJr.08; oar: month Wteraiui tZXijoo uaJI at

I In te'timony.hereof, I hereunto down payment numlaal
Number 68 In July year. amount
subscribe my name and cause the at tlomiuis. Balance le..
II P\t. F. Griffis Jr., whose
Sidney The' be hereunto SIGN SHOPOne rent.
I enlargement consists of including seal of the said town to HIlrbeB equipmentalrd. If dr-
County Judge Alex Yawn disposed parents live in Starke, recently adjacent office affixed this the 2nd day of ('DnpIcI,,. dale :Notrmber -
Nice LATE MODEL USED space August. A. D, 1955. 15, 111;; Main- krlrrtlo.
Extremely TOur
We have several during arrived in Germany as a member Mile
of 68 the monthof .
I cases formerly occupied by the real (OFFICIAL :SEAL: ) no"
CARS which have been traded in on 1955 Pontiacs. July, with highway violations of the 9th Infantry Division. He I estate business of Arch ThomasSr. J. R. Wainwright Clerk Mayor On Keystone Highway A. J. THOMAS
ATTEST: Carl Johns, City
entered the in 1954 and
These Cars are usually one-owner low-mileage cars and 'cropping up as the most frequent Army ; 8/% 5t 9/9 W. B. SEWELL or
basic at Fort
offense. completed training
Types Signs
re-conditioned in our shop when NOTHE
have been thoroughly involved Jackson 'S. C.
Thirty-four of the cases Gasoline Tax Yields In The Circuit Court. Eighth Judlrnl Real Elilate Broker
motor vehicles. Reckless Circuit Of Florida, land For 3;;:; T.mpl.t.. TrlrBhoae 383

necessary. driving accounted for 18 cases, M-Sgt. Dewitt C. Padgett, son $33,580 In BradfordGasoline la Bradford t huarrrr.Count. .- _Starke, Florida \

COME IN AND no driving license for five, drunken of Mr. and Mrs James W. Pad-I Samuel D. Hardison. Plaintiffs.
driving for six, other auto- I gett of Brooker, left Germany I taxes amounting to I Sephronia Hardison, Defendant.

Compare Our Cars and PricesWITH mobile offenses for five. last :Month as part of Operation i $33,580 were collected in Brad I I Notice To Defend Case No. 10-1135 Rewound and Serviced FOR SALE

Gyroscope, the Army's new unit ford County during the month of TO: Sephronia Hard-on, whose
The Judge also handled seven ,place or residence and address is Gl'neralIat'hine Work All SLAG ROCK
ANYONE cases involving fishing with a rotation plan.Sergeant .1 June, State Comptroller Ray E.1 I unknown.I Work Guaranteed -Reasonable
Green this are. hereby notified that a
unit week.
Padgett's the reported
sein, five worthless check cases, I' I suit for divorce has been filed RatesRED Excellent for
1st Infantry Division, is being Green said 479,725 gallons were
four involving other types of I against you in the above entitled
1954 FORD V-S TUDOR SEDAN $ 1495 fraud, seven drunken cases, and replaced in Europe by the 10th I sold in the county. Of the seven cause; and you are hereby requiredto Parkways
file Answer with the Clerkof
Heater, Turn Signals six involving assault and battery. Infantry Division. The 1st will be cents a gallon tax collected, $11- this your Court and to serve a copy SEAL $3.00 Per Yard .

stationed at Fort Riley, Kan.,II 389 were fed back to the countyfor thereof upon Plaintiff's attorney.Samuel ELECTRIC & MACHINE
V. 409-A ;Main Street, In
Holch. 5 Yard Lots
when the is road bonds
operation complete.P or county road SHOPF.
1953 PONTIAC CHIEFLAIN DE Daytona Peach Florida not later
$1595.00LUXE 1"------------, dgeU is a veteran of more I I construction. than the 15th day of September, W. GR.UDOOwot'r, Mgr. Call
-I.Dr. Sedan Loaded Power 1955. If fail do Decree i
j you to so
| than six years in the Army. He State-wide, gasoline sales Pro Confesso will be entered against Temple i Pratt Ph. 397 BILLY JACKSON
Steering, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Tinted Glass, Did You Know? is a holder of the Korean Service ''I amounted to 98,136,917 gallons in you for the relief demanded In the

W'hite'all Tires, Etc. Ribbon with three campaign stars. June, and the tax collected was Bill of Complaint. Phone 165
I WITNESS my hand and seal of
Many illnesses are not due toj $6,869,584. This is 13 per cent or I said Court this 5 day of August, KIVUERCARTEN 11. 12 and 13. Mrs.Registration Clyde Priest Aug,

diseased organs but to nerve $$803000, more than collected for 1955 fbi 694. Starke 4tche 8/12 RADIOS REPAIREDAll
1933: CHEVROLET 210" 4-DR., $ 1195 I Lightning Strikes I (COURT SEAL) Charles A Dart pressures nhich prevent the or-| the month last
same year. Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Coun Mike All Me4eU
I pans from \\orking normally. Lonzi Norman Farm I Quietwrlter Portable Type- Re__oBable CH4S.charge C. K .r.itcH

1952: CHEVROLET SKYLINE DELUXE I Below Is such a case: Manj II Twice At Same Spot writer ca with!'e. Miracle Office demonstrat9r.Tab and carrying rftl W. Tall 9t. SHEPHERD.tnl. Pfc. SS$
\V.C.T.U. I J123 value. Yours for $100. Brad-
Age 38. Had severe fall and ford Coiintv Teleeraph tf Rt t and
Radio, Heater. New Tires i Lightning has struck twice Sale. We service what we selL
I was knocked out for a time.!II on A CHICAGO EXPERIMENTER i Tiny's Service Station Temple
WITH GUARANTEE I the farm of Lonzi Norman west DID YOU LOSE pair yellow gold Ave.
I There was no apparent injur{ SAYS MICE WILL KILL THEMSELVES FloridaCt666 rimless eye-glasses near Craftsm..n' techI'
jof town at the junction of Brownlee ,
f but later developed WHISKEY Barracks at Camp Bland-
headat'hl'S,1 j
1931 PLYMOUTH CONVERTIBLE CPE. $! ..00WEEKEND I! | Road and Bayless Highway. ing early in World War II. Octagonal BULL-DOZING FILL
tension GET .
595 in neck, nervousness and : IF THEY A CHANCE.ARE lenses, one bi-focal, other
Radio, Heater White Walls I trouble sleeping. Still later hej j- I The first time, several years YOU A 31.OR A not Owner may claim at Bradford DIRT .. LAND CLEARINGOyster
ago, the bolt struck tree. County Telegraph. Zip 8/12
a pecan
of tired MOUSE? ? ?
j complained being all the
I ..
igniting a nearby hay stack. The Shell Peat Humus
| time and occasional numbness in I !fire spread to Norman's large (NATIONAL VOICE.) _u.. _,_ ___ ,_ .__ _
SPECIALS : legs. Bldf. Sand-Pat fag Drh'ewa.sOVID
I It barn, which was totally destroyed.In -

| A Chiropractor found a dis-I the latest visit to the Nor- BIAS LEWISV.

1946 NASH Club Coupe $149.00 t, i placed \ertabrae was pressing I man farm on a recent Sunday, WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE I RADIO And Madison. St. Starke

"4 I I on the spinal cord and thus producing lightning struck another pecan PH. 356-W

| his distress. The tree, about 50 feet from the one
1946 MERCURY $149.00 I PI'f'S-I
sure was removed and hit previously. Under the tree lITHI TELEVISIONREPAIRS

This were huddled several pigs and
symptoms disappeared. pa-
1946 PLYMOUTH $149.00
ient now enjoys normal health.I every last pig was killed. The

loss was estimated at close to .
1946 OLDS $99.00 i For an honest evaluation of I $500.

i your health problems, visit the I II Some of Norman's neighborshave RADIOAND *

1942 DESOTO $99.00 I I II advised him they'd move off I LOW PRICES
\ BOLLINGER the place if they were in his shoes,

1938 CHEVROLET $79.00SIMPSONURQUHART I CHIROPRACTIC I II but he doesn't believe in trying" to TELEVISIONSales Why ,Pay More i I,

"run away from lightning. 20 Years Experience
159.95 r U 9Phone .
Evanston T1814R ,
| 3 blocks north of Post Office I II !I
Ball Point Pen
In Starke I II When Your TV Needs 427-W FOR SALE-Pre-cast cement door- I
| Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Brad- and Servicerssflfltfl1t steps made in 4 ft. and 5 ft. lengths. ..

j 9 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 ; ford County Telegraph. Service Call 166 rrrSSrJtflSSS-flfl DAY OR NIGHT Complete. complete set 2 4 tread ft. 3 $12.tread Slightly $1>. aft -
| Evenings and Thursday j I 920 Thomas St. I more installed. Also Tile
f by appointment : 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida contracting estimates by request.

.- I PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS. ------J See M R. Judd 127 Lafayette St. ,
'I' -,-.- .. -." .:.- -.------- .:. Bradford County Telegraph. i ----- or phone 213-J. Ztp 3/1! :